THIS DAILY Pit CSa
official faff, or ib oiti.
A Few Words upon the Condition of Cincinnati.
Ws tor i ll city and at Camp Harri
(on tnattsr of 10,000 men enlitted for active
tnillltrt swtIc whnrw nod where rer a
call tnal made. These met art tha best
possible spaterlal for toldlert. Brava, abl
bodleA Rtoluta, enthusiastically attached, ta
tbe Cwwntry and tt evnsa, when transformed
y by education aad disclpUna Into soldier,
and Commanded by offlowf in whom they
bar oocfidenee, the world can not furniiti
And this number may be Inoreaced almost
indefinitely. Wbea a call li made, tbe
question ii not vba shall, but who ibaQ not
enlist. No bounty on enlistment ii necev
tary. Vourg men leave respeotable and
profitable occupations to take np armi.
Every nan look) upon himself at a possible
Soldier, and teems, rather tban otherwise, to
hope that the exigency will arrive which
Will meka it imperative apon him to follow
to battle be banner of his coon try.
And thil ii the sum total of oar military
inventory onabundanctofbrav and spirited
men. Upon sbla point wif feel reluctant to
peek: M we feel ; but the time has come
when aoiDething should be said when, at
least, some weak hint or slight Intimation
should be thrown .out as to what Is indis
pensable to transform this great mass of
material into soldiers, and give it something
like warlike efficiency. .
Tbe word is in eTery-body'a month, and
we need cot hesitate to repeat It. We want
a hkab aitftortVy coupled with ability. We
bave it not. It is not here ; nor are there
perceptible evidences that it Is any-where.
So far as there are any visible symptoms
from which to Judge, we have neither
National nor State Executives.
We will not pretend to affirm, with abso
lute positivenesa, that we have not over ns a
most able and vigilant President and Gov
ernor, whose wisdom, like the sleepless eye
of Providence, perpetually overlooks our
condition, to ward off dangers, and environ
us with everything necessary for oar protec
tion; tut we can say with certainty that, if
such M tbe case, their movements are bo pe
culiar, and are made with so much caution
that they bare, to far, entirely failed to be
Hreceptible. ' . i. . . . ,
Next to Washington if we must lay next
to Washington Cincinnati is the most im
portant point that bat been exposed to inva
ion by this quarrel of the Government.
It is not only more important, bat it is
more exposed than any other. Such
being tbe ease, (be first and most imperative
duty of the President, next if it is next
to the preparation of tbe Capital for defense,
is to supply this place properly with officers
of skill and reputation, and abundantly with
all kinds of munitions. Thil baa not been
done. " We' are as if we were out of the
Union orphans thrown upon the world, to
fight par own battle with our own Impla
non ta. ' We would -not say these things thai
publicly if we" weranot aware that they
had an hundred times been pressed upon
the powers that be, through private chan
nels and by personal appeals ; . bnt it seems
to os that tha tins it eoatiag when it will
be necessary to fact) tha ia flexible facts of
our position, and if we are to have no repre
sentative of the national authority, to begin,
as soon as possible, to look out for a sub
stitutes v .
The elty of Cincinnati, no one will dispute
Is tha principal point of danger In Ohio. It
is here, and from here that all tha defease of
tbe State against invasion mast be mad. It
should be the bead quarters of Ohio; and it
is bare that the military ability of tbe State
if it baa any should be located, and its best
material concentrated. Nothing of the kind
bat been done. We are, to att outward ap
pearance, as If we bad no Commander-in-
Chief of oar State army. Representations of
our destitution meet with no satisfactory
swponxeand tbe opinions which men are
beginning to form and express upon the
question, whether or not Gov. Dennisori it
equal to the emergency, are the reverse of
One of two things are indicated by the
necessities of tbe case : This body of men
should either receive the attention that is
-due to them should be supplied with what
ever ia necessary to their eomplete efficiency,
ia officers and materials or they should
disband. Cincinnati should be put in a
condition of defense, or Its citizens should
letnrn to their homes; and if they shall hap
pen to be invaded, prepare to ransom what
tbey can not defend. It would be simply
to court slaughter to go to the field of battle
as tbey are, and this neither their duty to
themselves nor to their country requires.
We suppose that we shall be charged with
baring exposed our weak point to the ene
my. Cpon that bead we have made np our
mind. We bave refrained from speaking
partly from ideas of prudence, and partly in
the belief that something would be done
where tbe necessity la so obvious, quite as
long at is consistent with oar ideas of duty.
Let the censure fall where It belongs. .
The Secession Slide of Hon. John Bell.
Tbe facility with which old John Bell, the
individual chosen par excellence to represent
the moat violent form of attachment to the
Union, went over to tbe Secessionists, is a
fact which may help ns to form an estimate
of the value of violent profusions of love to
tbe Union coming from gentlemen resident
in 8ttee tenth of the Ohio. . .i .
Mr. Bell, ia his recent speech at Nashville,
fell into the current phraseology of Beeea-
sion at naturally as If he had been studying
I the part for years. He talks of tbe "onne-
oersary, aggressive, creel, unjnst and wan
ton war which is being forced", upon the
j Boutli, at If such unnecessary, aggressive,
cruel, unjust and wanton war was a thing of
fact and not a thing of the Imagination.
i Mr. Bell, therefore,' it not only a Secession-
lilt, betas ioflam matory Secessionist; and we
I bar tbe right to suspect that while be was
( permitting himself to be made the represent-
etive of the Union' sentiment of tbe nation,
'- be wan acting, under false colon, end pro.
: leasing riolent love of that for which be bad
In reality no feelings of attachment
It ia true that tbe old gentleman may
j have become a little soured by bi fail are to
reach tbe Presidency; but twrartbelem bit
conduct show how. little able the respect
I bla eoeterv stive solid ma of the South are
' to withstand the current of a prevailing
i popular eentiaaent. 1
Commerce With Friendly States.
It is pleasant to observe that, (a pursuance
; of tbe plan of. making war on principle of
; pure benevelenc, adopted, by Governor,
Dennison, ear commerce with our friendly
' Belgbliunt over the border ia munitions: of
war and article of subsistence goes on a
ever, nineteen kegs of powder aad twenty.
ve tierce of bacon having bean shipped
jeatwday by a bout on Coliunbia-atreet,
per tit MaytTille packet, to tome place in
Kentucky. A tha buainet was transacted
4 taaat so wear informed with tha kaowV
edge aad content of tha Committee of Tig
liaaoa, we hT the right to uppate that it
is all right; and if th consignee of this
powder, their-Aelra aarifaee aaail .
ailed upon, a few dajl hence, to tufa it
tinder oar no, we shall have tbe sublime
satisfaction of feeling that we have nobody
but onrtelve to blame for th proceeding,
which will be a great consolation. v
The Plan the Campaign of the Pouding
Thursday's New York Timet observed.
Every day that Is wasted now will coat
the nation $1,000,000 and 1,000 lives.
Tbe military observer has been pur.iled by
what ba has seen during the week, but th
news jnat received that tke Pennsylvania
troops bave been recalled from Oorkeysville,
no lOeger putties, but amasea. There mittht
bave been some doubt what plan to adopt
nrder the supposition that Maryland would
prove loyal ; but the instant her treasonable
purposes were known, tbe plan of the earn
paiga no longer presented an alternative,.
What a spectacle is now prevented, 80,000,000
of people of the hiRhest intelligence, courage
and wealth, can only receive news from their
Capital at intervals of many days, and then
only through the Straggling travelers I Not
a moment is to be lost. The entire force of
Pennsly vania should at once be thrown into
Maryland, for the twofold purpose of threat,
ening Baltimore, and protecting the commu
nication with Ohio and tbe West. By the
unaccountable blunder of sending the Penn
sylvania forces to swell unnecessarily the
lesions of New Tork and the Eastern States,
the rebels are left unmolested, and at liberty
not only to cut off the great highway to the
Capital, but also to interfere with the pre
carious route over Annapolis.
Tbe Government must at once change Its
tactics and adopt a plan of campaign worthy
of the power and resources of the Republic
Difpatth 3.000 Pennsylvanians instantly to
Havre de-Grace to bold that place fir ml v.
and gradually re-esUbliBhthecommunication
with Baltimore; marcn tbe remainder of the
Pennsylvania contingent, say 10,000 men,
on Baltimore and tha extreme western part
of Maryland, for the purpose before men
tioned. 1 his aone, we reoels ot Maryland
Will be obliged to desist from annoying the
Annapolis road by any considerable force.
The half-disciplined, but loyal, brave and
wining men, that we bave just seen past
through our streets, should be employed in
guarding this indispensable communication
with the Capital. Such a service these men
could perform as well as troops of better dis
cipline, and, while tbus occupied, they
would letrn their duties i soldiers.
Deplete onr State armory, if necessary, of
their artillery, to defend the most dangerous
E laces on tbe Annapolis Road, for now the
onorof the country depends upon keeping
this communication open. Of course, every
regiment sufficiently drilled should pass on
toJhe defense of tbe Capital. A telegraph
between Annapolis and Washington should
be established and could be established
within forty eight hours. A dozen of our
swift river steamers of light draft, should at
once be sent to Chesapeake Bay, to keep up
a constant communication between Havre-de-Grace
and Annapolis. ' In this manner,
we should, by means of the telegraph, be
within seven hours' distance of the Capital.
Tbe present state of things is intolerable
The report that Washington stands in need
of provisions is of painful import; The want
should be attended to by employing every
available coasting steamer to carry pro
visions to Annapolis, and by dispatching a
few hundred freight cars with locomotive
engines to tbe Annapolis road. These pre
liminary measures admit not of a moment's
delay. In good time Maryland will be in our
hands, and tbe refractory rebels at Baltimore
put down, and our forces from the West will
pour into Washington by the line of the
Potomac. The great question, how to deal
with our Southern foes, may then be decided
and the battle ground carried over the Po
tomac. But at this moment the nation's
honor and safety demands onr attention
nearer borne. i
Another Secession Contrast Between Presidents
Lincoln and Davis—The South
Parting of Peace.
The New Orleans Orctctnt remarks :
.. .President Davta- is a Scholar, statesman,
soldier and patriotic man. - He has issued his
proclamation for defensive purposes solely,
lie does not desire to iojure the Northern
people, ana only wtsbes, Lincoln's proclama
tion having forced him to it, to adopt such
defensive and aggressive measures as will
be likely soonest to bring the Northern
people to their senses. From the first)
be end tbe people he represents bave been
tor peace. They are now for peace. They
do not wish to fire a hostile shot at the
Northern people, either on land or sea. and
every shot tbey have fired, or mar hereafter
Are, will be exclusively cm the principle of
wsu-uciense. ah uoy asa, or ever nave
asked, is a peaceableeeparatlon and an quit
able apportionment of tbe property and
debts ot the old national partnership.
This baa been denied them by Lincoln's
Government. Every proposition for peace
bat been spurned with contempt wanton,
causeless war has been declared against
them end, while they are well prepared to
meet the enemy on land, they are preparing
to attack his commerce on sea, by issuing
letters-of marque and reprise. We expect,
shortly, to know of some hundreds of pri
vateermen afloat, and to bear that Northern
ocean commerce is in rapid process of exter
mination. As we were the first to suggest
this mode of terrible retaliation, it affords us
great pleasure that President Davis imme
diately sdopted it after teeing Lincoln's
ruthless declaration of war against the people
of seven States that had never wronged him
Abraham Lincoln it neither a scholar, a
soldier, a statesman, nor an honest man. Un
educated, UDCoth, inexperienced, and with
nothing to recommend nim of an ennobling
nature, be was. br a mere accident, elected
to a position b is no more fitted to occupy
than a baboon it to fill the chair Louis Na
poleon to ably adorns. He has performed
bis role characteristically ever since he was
inducted into office; and the antics he has
played would have been sufficiently amus
ing to a laughing crowd of happy plantation
nee-roes, were it not for tbe fact that neither
children nor fools should be permitted to
play with fire near a combustible vicinity.
President Lincoln and Country.
A correspondent tend the New Tork
Timti an extract from' a speech made by
Abraham Lincoln in 1840, daring the great
political campaign of that year. He had
been holding a debate with Messrs. Douglai
and Lamborn, and in reply to a remark of
the latter that they were sore of victory,'
Mr. Lincoln said:
The probability that we mar fall in tha
struggle, onght not to deter us from the
support of a cause which we deem to be just;
it shall not deter me. If ever I feel tha
soul within me elevate and expand to those
dimensions not wholly nnworthv of its Al
mighty Architect, it it when I contemplate
tbe cause or my country, deserted by all the
world besides and I standinsr np boldlv and
alone, and hurling defiance at her victorious
oppressor. Here, without contemplating
consequences, bel lore high Heaven, and in
me lace or me world, J tutor eternal fidelity
K meiuti cause, at I aeem it, of tin laa oj
my lfe. my liberty, and my love. And who,
that thinks with me, will not fearlessly
,1 . . U .... T . 1 . . . . '
uup iu uavu uii i uute. jjei none latter,
who thinks ha is right, and we may succeed.
But, If after all we shall fall, be it so. We
shall bave the proud consolation of Baying
to our conscience, and to the departed shade
of our country's freedom, that the course
approved bv our judgment and adored by
pur heart' in disaster, ia chains, in torture,
in death, wt never faltered in defending.
Thil was language worthy even of the
present emergency. It indicates a patriotic
devotion to the welfare of tbe country,
which should inspire confidence in tho man
.who altered it, and who is now the leader of
the nation in it struggle for the preterra.
tion of it existence. . .
Arkansan About to Secede.
Th MemphidppMj learn that th Ark
ansas Convention will pat an ordinance of
(Secession on the 7th proximo.
Ia th name of Hearea, or the other place
rather, why don't fhe secede T There is no
State we eaa to well part with. - She should
have been th first to go out; and w tmlj
hope the will be the last to return. , ,
. .'I....' 1 I 11 l,.-: ? '
A PiTBioTio Finn is PbilidiLfstu. A
patriotic Philadelphia firm received on Sat
urday an order from Charleston for 200,000
rurcussion caps, to ba forwarded immediately
v express. The firm at once endorsed npoa
tb order these words :
mOtltme Tbe within order it herewith
returned. Our dutv to our Government
will aver permit us to Airnuh any military
good to your taction.
. very my''ji . .
mn 1 - .1 ! f. .1 1 4 I- an -NVA-
u t HWUW W MIB iwiumtnj,
lop ornesoentod with the LnuedStatos flag.
wiia. ui vorus iwaa mi iwwii, , pamw
tinder Death, aad adilreaaed to th partie jjt
LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Gen. Scott Declares Washington Safe from
Gen. Scott Declares Washington Safe from all Present Attacks.
' HArTMe, Pi, April M. Oen Scott
assured n gentleman, yesterday, that Wash
ington was safe against all present a tS
Our informant confirms the arrive' there
of the Third New York aad tbe E ghta
Military Preparations in Virginia—Large
Assembly of Troops Three—Baltimore
PstRTSviLLB, Mo., April W. The Balti
more Htm taya that a tram started for Wash
ington yesterday afternoon. When it
reached Annapolis Junction, finding Fed
eral troop there, lining the road, they pat
back, apprehending seizure.
Six thousand volunteers are In Richmond.
Ya, ready for service.
A street battery is being erected at York-
town, and another three mile above Rich
mond, V. i -
Tbe steamer Janet town bat been fitted no
at Richmond for war purposes.
rour mousana troops are at Harper s
Ferry end 3,MX) at Norfolk.
There will be 25.000 volunteers at Rich
mond by the close of the week.
The schooner Anna J. Ruttell, with wheat
from Richmond, for a Massachusetts port,
has been seized.
It is reported that the troops at Harper'
Ferry 'have been ordered to 'some other
po nt, supposed to be near the Capital.
roe iialtimore sun bas a leader which
indicates tbe conservative influence Is gain
ing ground in that city. It emnhaticallv
declares that it is not a Secession paper:
says that the passage of an ordinance of
Secession by tbe Legislature would be an
arroganon oi power not Tested in It. It
favots calling a State Convention, the dele.
fates to be elected directly from the people,
t denies the stories of violence to Union
men at Baltimore.
Movements of Vessels—New Telegraphic
Arrangements to Washington.
April 26. Tbe steamer Yan
kee sailed to day with sealed orders armed
with two broadside guns and four flying ar
tillery. The frigate Constitution sailed from
Annapolis Thursday evening with the
middies of the naval academy. Collector
Barney received important dispatches from
Washington, purport unknown. The Key
stone Slate reports no armament along the
Potomac nor cannon on the banks as re
ported. The frigate Cumberland and other
vessels are at Fort Monroe.
The American Telegraph Company will
commence receiving messages from Wash
ington in tbe morning; those deposited in
the office before balf-past one o'clock of each
day will reach Washington tbe same evening.
Arrangements are being made by which an
almost hourly communication will be made
with Wsshington. Tbe press will thus be
enabled to furnish a much fuller and more
reliable idea of tbe state of affairs at Wash
ington than they hare done for some days.
Baltimore Quiet—Troops Going to Washington
April 26. A private letter
from Baltimore tayt that the city is quiet
again; that troops are passing from Annap
olis to Washington without interruption;
that there seems to be no desire or intention
to interfere; that the conservative senti
ment is predominating again, and that all
feel more hopeful of peace to-day.
No Vessels Permitted to Leave the Port of
Wilmington, N. C.—No Seizure of Vessels
Yet in that State.
New York, April 26. The following dis
patch was received by Postmaster Taylor,
"The route to Washington via Annapolis
Is now open, and we shall despatch a train
from here daily at 11:30 A. M., and a line
will be started daily from Annapolis to con
nect with our line np, which will arrive
at 9:30 P. M. The mailt can betaken by
this route. Signed 8. M. FKLLON,
President of the Philadelphia, Wilmington,
and Baltimore Railroad."
A gentleman just returned from the Sonth
Bays no vessels are permitted to leave the
port ot Wilmington, N. 0., and those load
ing bare been obliged to discharge their
The commander nt Fort Caswell, at the
mouth of Cape Fear River, N. C, would not
permit any vessels to pass the fort. No
seizures of vessels had been made.
Alleged Prospect of Amicable Relations
April 26. -,,1 Au
thorities have, returned from yesterday's
Conference with tbe citiseaa of Mligon and
Cincinnati, and express their confidence that
amicable relations will be preserved between
t'ae three cities, during the present state of
The troops which left for the Southern
Confederacy, yesterday, went unarmed, and
against tbe advice of the Governor. The re
port that arms belonging to this Common
wealth went forward for their use is denied
by the highest official authority.
Funds Raised in Buffalo, N. Y., for the
have been "raised in this city for military
The Potomac Reported Fortified on Both
Niw Tore, 26. The pilot of the
steamer Baltic says the Potomac is strongly
fortified on both tides. As the steamer
Columbia left Annapolis yesterday morning,
he distinctly heard several sloop volleys,
therefore, be thinks communication has been
forced open. The steamer Maryland ar
rived at Annapolis Thursday morning, with
naval officers and men, and a good supply of
guns to fortify Annapolis, She paased
Thursday afternoon the steamer De Soto.
which took aboard the crews of two small
boats. They were crews of eaptnred light
ships, or Union men fleeing for their lives
from Virginia. The light on Capet Henry
and Charles were extinguished, and the
light ship removed from it station, at the
mouth of the Potomac The officers of the
Columbia fear the Pamee hat been taken.
The fears are probably unfounded.
Secession Plan Frustrated in Missouri—
Precautionary Measures Taken.
Louis, Mo, April 26 Twenty-two
thousand stand of arms, with amunitioa,
were tent from the United States Arsenal in
this city to Alton, last night, whence tbey
will be forwarded to Springfield, to arm the
Rumor bciuir current vesterdar that tha
powder magazine of Lafliu, Smith k Boies,
ur iuucb auuvo uie cuy, vuiu oesoizea oj
irresponsible parties, Mr.Laflin called on the
Police Commissioners to protect it, and a
detachment of State militia were ordered out
to guard it last night To day all the pow
der was purchased by the State Government.
Iha livening Journal learn by letter and
by private sources, that two German were
arrested yesterday at Wentxville, Mo., who
confessed that a plan had been hud to burn
the bridges on the North Missouri, Pacific
and Iron Mountain Railroad, to prevent the
concentration of troopi at St. hvtit from- the
Volunteer! continue to enter the arsenal
under tbe President'i proclamation. There
are now about 3,000 men there, undergoing
a rigorous drilling. Several companies of
Stale militia are recruiting, and a itrict
guard is ktpt over their armorie every
, Kennett McKenzie, one of the oldest mer
chants oi 8u Louis, died this morning.
Arrival of a Propeller at Milwanlie Wis.
M ilw ackui, Wit., April 26. The propeller
Buckeye arrived tbia morning from the
Lower Lake th tint boat of the teaton
through the ttraiti.. -
Removal of Arms from the St. Louis
CbjoAo, III , April 18. 2L000 stead of
armi were removed from the arsenal at St.
Louis, last night, an4 taken to Springfield,
in this but. , , , , . 1( ,.4
Seizure of a Steamer with Powder at
Cairo. Ill April 26. Tha steamer C.
JUlbnan, from Sv Louis to Nashville, was
abandoned by the officers and crew, opposite
this nine, to-dar. The deserted tteamar waa
boarded by Captain Scott, of the tteamer
htallow, who found on board 1,000 kegs of
powuer, ana a targe quauiuy or ouer con-
vaoana gooat, it IS tupposea mat tut cap
tain ana crew of tha Jiilluum deserted her
fur fear of the ceeseqoenoea if caught by tbe
treopt at thi point. 0 . . , ; f .
Escape of Staves from Maryland—Great
Fears of Further Losses.
, BAkiiiavie, Paul., April t It it re
ported that an attack wet mad by Mary,
landers on Hanever, York County, on Tues
day, occasioned by th great stampede of
negroes.' Reliable avowant tajr that whole
finnille arecroaslng into this State. A re
port place tbe total lor of slave by Mary
land aince the troubles began, at WW. Grnat
rears are entertained la uie bontur counties
of Maryland of the departure of tbe entire
'are population. , i .
W learn from Alexandria that the tow
la bristling with bayonets and cannon. The
churches are occupied by troops from the
surrounding eewatry. It it rumored that
Governor Letcher bat refused to allow the
navigation oi b Potomac to be InterruDted;
also, directing tbe troop on the border to
act on the defensive, and to make no ag
gress Ire movement against the Federal
forces, or to aid Maryland.
Proposed Southern Attack on Cairo.
' Oxnw Hi- April 2. Paisemrer from
the South report that troopi are being raised
at Memphis, Randolph, and other Southern
points. Their plan it to proceed by rail to
Columbus, Ky., and from there march to
Cairo, attacking it from the opposite tide of
the river. .
. Tbe steamer J. D. Perm, from SL Lonia
to Memphis, wag brought to last night, but
no contraband (roods were found on her. and
the wat allowed to proceed on her way.
Three Northern Schooners Seized in
—Maine Men Badly Treated—Baltimore
Again Declared Growing Conservative.
Pxhrtvill. 111.. April 26. F ive Maine
timbermen, ordered out of Virginia, bave
pawea nere. i ney report mat turee schoon
ers Ueneral Knox. Victory, and Genoa, at
Maine were seised in Pakumpka River,
Va. Cannon were placed aboard the Gen
eral Knox, and the Secession flag hoisted.
The Maine men were ordered to leave by
Colonel Lee, on Saturday, and placed nnder
guard. They obtained a pass from Gov
ernor Letcher ont of the State. They were
interrupted frequently, being intercepted by
troops at Baltimore. Tbey appealed to Gen
eral Trimble personally, who expressed re
gret that the travelers were interfered with,
and protected their departure.
Intelligent men from Baltimore expres
confidence that Secession will be overruled.
Tbe Hun't leader of to-day is regarded as a
most favorable symptom of the index of fu
A gentleman declared publicly la Bar
num's Hotel that the Secession flag will not
be allowed to remain in that city but a few
Most Indisputable evidences have been re
ceived to- night of reaction in the public sen
timent of Baltimore.
Still Another Crisis in Mexico.
Niw Orlsans, April 26. The Ttnnetset,
from Vera Cruz, the 22d Inst., has arrived.
The Macedonian was at Sacrifices.
There has been another ministerial crisis,
resulting in the resignation of Senor Priefor
snd the appointment of Senor Mata as Min
ister of Finance. -
Gen. Zoragoza bas been made Minister of
The typhoid fever prevails badly at the
capital. Ministers Weller and Matthews are
down with it.
The Spanish bark Conception, which was
declared a good prize, has been condemned.
Gold mines of fabulous extent are reported
to have been discovered on the Isthmus of
Tbe Mexican Congress was to have met on
the 21st. Juarez wat doubtlesi declared
Federal Troops About to Capture Indianola.
Houston (Texas) advices say a courier had
arrived from Indianola, stating that the Fed
eral troops were encamped at Green Lake to
take Indianola, and had commenced fortify
ing themselves. The troopi number 600, and
600 additional are expected to arrive from
Judge Hays, with a party of Texans and
two pieces of artillery, was fortifying him
self with cotton bales and sand bags, on Dog
Island, as he feared an attack from the Fed
A letter from Brownsville lays news had
been received that Cortinas, with 600 Mexi
cans, bad crossed the Rio Grande at Roma,
and bad laid the town in ashes, killing
eighteen Americans. Two oompanies from
Ringgold Barracks started in pursuit of him.
The city here presents a most warlike and
military appearance. Tha city is crowded
with volunteers, and the beats of the drum,
and the heavy tramp of armed men is hearo,
day and night, -
Secession Feeling in Missouri.
Clinton, Hirrt Coostt, Mo., April 26.
A large Southern Right meeting waa held
here yesterday. . , .
- The resolutions favor immediate socession,
and recommend the Legislature to pass the
ordinance'; request the Governor to repel, by
military force, any attempt, by President
Lincoln, to march troops, or to reinforce ar
senals or forte ia. this State ; aad eoniptt
ment Governor Jackson's reply to Mr. Lin
coln; Tbe feeling in Benton, Henry, and St.
Clair Counties is overhelmingly for secesion,
and meetings are held daily.
The Stars and Stripes Waving in Baltimore.
Pibbtstilli, Md., April 26. A gentleman
just from Baltimore says the stars and stripes
float over tbe Hall of the Minute-men and
on Butcher's Hill.
The Government Charters More Steamers.
York, April 26 The Government
has chartered several more steamers.
General Wilson has been commissioned by
the Government to obtain large guns for the
defense of Annapolis, and two additional
regiments from Massachusetts.
Reign of Terror in Virginia—Citizens Flying
from the States.
Harbisrcro, Pinna., April 26. A large
number of Virginians bave arrived here,
mostly from Fairfax County, escaping rather
than take tbe test oath or be subjected to
imprisonment. They lay there are full 15,
000 armed troopi in Virginia
Perfect security is now felt at Washing
ton. Provisioni are plenty. The Pawnee ia
safe. - ,
Louisville, April 26. The river ii falling
rapidly, with nine feet water in the channel.
The weather it cloudy.
Thi Riasom Why Fort Sdmtsb was
Attackid. The New Orleani Bulletin pub
lishes the extract below from "a private let
ter from a distinguished citizen of Ken
tucky:" If Secession will bring good timet here, I
pray its speedy coming. We have never had
inch stringency in money. Nothing com
mands it. Failures are frequent among men
heretofore regarded wealthy and safe. Prop
erty hat depreciated immensely in Value,
owing to the large quantity of land, Ac,
thrown into market by failures, executions.
Ac. I try to convince every-body that if
Kentncky will plant herself by the tide of
me iomeaeraie oiaiee toat is, go witn
them she will insure peace to the country,
restore confidence and bring back prosperity.
The Union sentiment it ttill ttrong here,
fostered by the non-action policy of Lincoln,
and promoted by hit judicious dispensation
of Federal patronage in this and the pther
Border State. He is fast bringing- the
Unionist to hi faithful support. From
being apologists, they are becoming defend'
era and adherent. Unless something it
done by the Confederate States to confirm
their position as an independent and power'
fal republic, their friends in the Bordef
States will be crushed, and there will be a
powerful Lincoln party here, which will
irrevocably seal the destiny of the remaining
Southern State now in the Union at part of
the Northern Confederacy. My daily wish
i that Sumter or Pickens may be attacked
or gotten possession of in a manner which
wiO be the result of tbe riehtful claim ef
your Confederacy, and not on the grounds f
Line ucy or miuwry necessity on in pan ei
Kooomk)Al Fsamnii EiTBAvaeARO II
Fraici. A Paris correspondent eayt:
Female extravagance, in France, la net,
after all. to treat at we bave beea led to
believe, if an opinion may be formed from
tbe adventure or a velvet dree, incidentally
recounted in the coarse of a recent law-suit,
before one of tbe Paris tribunal. The drest
in question wa originally made for a
duchess, whd destined it for court asage.
The materials,- twenty-two yards of avlc
velvet, at $1 tbe yard, eost $363. After
hairing worn it at two official reception, th
duchess rave - the drees -to her emme de
chambre. This i th sole act of eaumvaganee
in the whole affair.'' The servant told her
mistress present, at half it original price, 10
a lady ot title, but not rich enough ftbankt
to that abominable Revolation of I1tn I) to
Indulge ia span new ruxurleej The seoond
turciaser. after twice weanaa the dress, dia
posed of it, ia her turn, to a tnerobeuft
Wife, who sold H to a marrkande a fa toilette,
or dealer in female clothing, who found a
customer for it in a (tag prince, who et
hap into rest patterns, which ah distributed
among her admirers,
Secession Rejoicings Over the Imagined.
Resignation of General Scott.
Of ' supposed resignatidn Of Gen. Scott,
in new urieani nututin says: ...
Tbe resignation at this tint of Gen. Rcott,
the pridn snd boast of Hi United Ktatee
aimy, Will bave a powerful moral Influence.
He it U.oked npon at the first Captain of the
age, era ma ADeand bit pngnacioutecrew
tiy, Chare, bad confidently relied npon him
to conduct their Administration through the
wpr vuiru vurj nave so wantonly inaugu
rated. There are many United State army
vim. i'w uT Tvr Hwaea op to dcoic a
their intellectual, as well aa thnir n(nui
head, who will now follow the example of
mjcii nn-Bt uuici, aou uirow up tneireommla.
lions ; tn rank and file of the army will b
donioializtd: the Black-Ilnnublioan will be
disheartened at the loss of the man by whose
military scienc wry xpociea to reduce to
Submission the "rebels" of th South, while
tbe great nations of Europe, to whom the
name and fame of Scott haa been familiar for
haif a century, will gather from tbe fact of
nil resignation a more just and comprehen
sive sppreciation of the magnitude and im
portance of oar revolution.
The New Orleans Picayune alto speak
with gratification ot th same event as fol
Aoart from the accession of a iudirment so
experienced, a beard so clear, a band so po w
etful, to the councils and to tbe army of th
new Confederacy, the moral effect of such an
event in the history of our new Republic
will be incalculable. General Scott's career
bas been marked by unceasing devotion to
bis country, from tbe time when, a youth, he
left his Southern home to take arms in de
fence of that country, and soon made his
mark, as a gallant toldier, a skillful officer,
and a sagacious and reliable general. The
laurels won by him in tbe held were not
more fairly won, nor are they yet more
green, tban those which he has, on every
occasion where his administrative services
were called in requisition, most nobly earned
in tbe council. In man an exigent crisis
of affairs, he has stood in the breach, and
has saved bis conatry from peril. He bas
ever been tbe staff upon which the Adminis
tratiocs have confidently leaned, when a
clear head and a strong arm hav been
needed. ' '
av-Olothua renovated aa nealna, St B. Third,
ay A. A. XTTTXm. Clock, Watohta and Mwelrr,
Bo, lit and 171 Ccntral-areaa.
e" niGBLT IareaTiiiT. Tha ladlM, while prom-
enadln along our fashionable thoroughfare, will
bear in mind that Hr. Jas. 0. Ooia hat tha largeit
stock of Paraaoli and Sun Umbrellas ever brought
to thia cltr, and gentlemen will find an aodloM vat
rletr of Canes. Flan call at S Wait Fourth-at ,
directly opposite tha Futofflo. Frioat to anlt tha
W Waiottfri.-Ball A TeoBAS, No IMWaat
Fourth' at., having had anoh a demand far thalr
Torn ado t dm, and not wlahlng to be behind th
time, an now aaannfaotoriag ometbing In th
shape of Warotypeat Paraona getting a Picture
there will b farored with a fall view of all th bat
tle to coma off within th next three months,
gratia. v '
V 1, P. Ball, tha original and oalr, everlast
ing, and noTer.to-be-oono.aend "J. P ," it atlll
taking Picture, of all atr le and dimensions, at hit
Galletri Ho. SO Vnt Fourth-at , over La Boutli.
Uer'a atom. A visit to "No. So" will oonvlno
verr bodr of th axoollenoa ot th work of that
Resignation of General Scott. DIED.
BOQERB.-On Frtdur morning, April tn. at hit
rea-'dence, la OovtngtOD, Kentucky, Ur. Bamnol U.
B kci, agflfl atxty-bne yean and eight months.
1 orient! service at tho Uatbedritl, la OoTlngton,
on Sundny afternoon. April S3, punctually at lit
o'cl ck Friends of tho family an iavitod to at
tend Ttithi ut furtbor aotice
Pepftri In Ni Hampshire, Htsaourl and
M iuneaota, pleas publish
Weodinp, and Vlsrtmp, Oaroa,
an graved and Printed. a aaaad PrMt.D L Ba
BtatkMMar aad BaTelopoa. .
HHIFLBT A SMITH.
CBooeasaors to H H clhlpin a Bru.,1
f4 Wmt rnarth-atTM.
aNrlkaU.QUAK.TKtiSi'Oat Til it H.K
PAIB Oir STATC AKMS. -
. GUNS AND PISTOLS REPAIRED '
. t o at- 1 ' '
EVENS'S' VAiZl?Y WOBltS,
64 WBBT tbUBTH-STRKIIT.
ST ATTENTION! IHONTKOV1R&Y
(Pba-nlz uompauy UM von an
hereb notified to aesemble at Hetdouartera
THIS (Saturday) BVJCM1BG, at 7 o'olook, for
i Jly ordeof tho Oommlttoo.
i.j. a. ksnbrtb co it pa -wa
an slad to I otic that the Gutbrio Grain, who,
dctcnadtriiai 1 Uipir rsalmont at 0m
with a determination tn keea ua tbootd oraao
iearion." A met-ng wl I be held on atuNO&T
IVKNJNO. The Koeruttlog Oommltt- an J.
Loyd Wayne, 0. O. Cbainplla aad John Wolleyy a
WTHE COMPANY B. H1GHDAND
GUABi8, through' teir Captain; remra their
tii (iii ks to Mr Peter 1 horn peon for spiritual coq
anlMtif n. etc. t alo. to Juhn BI1t A Co.. tiakara.
t r mini fHTon In their line of buslnQiig ; also, to
their d a mere us rrteiids, who hare ao liberallr ad
miDiiterea to tueir maa wdh a-
BliArwin bas moved bla Htad.qiiartere to
lot wist rouriii'Siroei, aecona iory.
vcanta one hundred active and able -boi
men and aevanty throo hotaee. Tbe mate
naa maoo nuproviaiun mr iurui.aiu uursvo.
be fiimiahed by lubacription or the city. So not
watt too lorg.
(uiht rti . n iirwn aiTTiav.
TS Honea, at $125 each.... ....-.........t3l100
73 Artillery Saddles WIO
.70 Artillery Harnof.tos...m...wm.......M.....M l.sot
ton Muynard Revolver! ................. e.OiiO
100 Cutlaaw......... 2UO
100 U&tloraaa (gray ablit, blue panta, and soft
e nt . ...... ........ .......... ...... ... .... . ..... soo
t Bpub 0-lb. Caunona 5 (0
6 8ia.bnrae Onn.wagiaa....w......M....... 1,300
. eCalanona (slx-horto) t.noa
Bt peuaaa of rsaaiaallou..WM. ........ suo
.... 17 .000
m JAHTI8Tl PHOTOGRAPH Gl
BPvXk tiKKK, too aourta-aa. raotograpns,
bath plant and painted la oil.
Jyl6 tf . BATON m WEBBBB.
p-rFl.INT I.tKJKH CHANGED TO
aaVST l'kHOUBSION. and all oiler guo-work
dona chnan and oulck. at Oiodonatl Tvno Foua-
dery'e atachino-abop, aorner vine aad lioogworth-
f-3S HPIBITCAI.IMM D R . JOHN
k3Sr MAYUEW, of Horn York, aa able leo
turer, will apeak in Mecbanica' lnitltuta HaIK
oorner Blilb and Tlne-at , SUNDAY MOBNING
at li o ciooa, ana in toe evening.
SP-r-1. o. O. F.-Til tS ANNIVitit-
pointed by the several Lodgea aod Ka- .y?-
campmenta will meet at Magnolia" v - . - J
Hall, eoroor of Walnut and 8ixth-au., vjeri'
TH IB (Batutday)BVKNtNO, April 7,
at 74 o'clock. OBAS. BTBVBN8, Chairman.
Attention I Mothers I
TKN THOUSAND PAIRS OF
tJhildren'a bhoea for aaW at la cants ner
pair, at too uriginai vnaap ouoe-aaon,
0. 839 CBNIBAIt-AYh
apS7-b - Hear Ninth at.
P-rbTHB MKDICAL PROPBtrtlOltr,
ftvi and alt othera oppoaed to tha f.t'lowlng
aotion of Dn. filaokouui. Hamilton and Wbltlug,
ea a Medical Board of Bxamluers for tha Army:
" That no apptloaut shall aa examined for tha p--eltlon
of Burgeon wbo la not a graduate of a regu
lar (Allopaiblo) Medical Collage," will meet at the
Mechanica' luatltuta, la tbe room formerly occu
pied br the School Board, at 'clock IHlaUSatur.
aay) lattnooa, apru si.- -api
OfFlUB 01N01NNAT1 FUBIi 00., IV
. ClKotNaaTl. April S3, 1961. 1
W-SiaTHlt ANNPAfc MEETING OF
bOPi Ih. Slocklio'oera of thia Company, forth
election of twelve Director, will ba held at thalr
umoe, on atuatiA i, tna aia oi otay ntt, uhwwb
tne UOUfB OI WO OIOCE A. m . ana I o cious r. jn.
apzd j U. M. HUBBtCb, aeonUiy.
Orrics OmoiaHAM. BauiiaaLt Ins. Oo.,
' April at, last. J-
r- Tntt BTBlvniBatSOFTHIS OO.vt
SC9,PAhI ara benor aoubed that tha an.
nuaTmeetiug for tka election of lllrectoia. will be
held at thia office, on t'jUDtt. tbe ath day of
May next, aelweea u novaaf i nut a. a. ml
and"l o'cWok P, at. ,. . .,
iive 1KB null INrtnAtaniCa.
T'uuae two Now kork Cimpaulea, llie
GaHMANTA LIFB and tha GgHMAblA JTlhB
LMllANOa txirara eaou witn aiauaia
paeb capital of M,ifu, and owned and manaaMl
Drmini nt anltd wealth, take riaka I Gincin.
pan at beta York rua. Tout arlabiac luauraua
at- n 'Xbmt. uir.'-'
i . d!t Weat Third -tt., S 1
xeha-tf-Bat 'j i : Ohio Valley Bauk Building.
(Ftomth NIcholaaTill (Jeaaamibe Oouaty, U.J.A
Vamooratot SLaich tl, law. ;
aa i - i.tR.. fl W PiiRIOKit SIOANBIN'
fcaJ5h AVIAN BKilKlIa.B ara uuavualed by
Kiy agents lhat an olfered In the market for purl
in tl.a hWid. aaid LLua alltainatiUH dlaeaaa float
Ibeayatem. ' Tbey have eetebliauod for theuiaelvea
au euvutbla reputation iu this loi-alitv, by virtue of
tba great good tbey have accompli. bed In relieving
kuany eaaea wbiuh kav raaaatwd all ihf yHuile
pr evloue to tlilf uea.
guraala at U.e nrinctnej oflcl.Vo. S NaBt Fourth'
otnbet, and by druaglala and Blarouaal enreilf
Mirouguottl te Miuutrr.
la "ri;rit,'Titm upTiUiHUkCbl
faOPSt'S' TUB liUi. rililLa, VpLTuH.-Ti
Ga nxi Sunday atwk, t)a Churih to ba ded'eated
bioh tbe kit hev. Arcbblanop will fin aeua,
dlQtWf tbe at uat Blaaaed baocaiaeatt- Arcbea.
Vial tbuir will be in attendance. Th careuiouy
will be more tka oeually iutevaailng and laiareea.
't,. awatl tlieabdroaiaa Blaliopa ut tbe e-awviaee,
abh 11.. af iliuI ALLutiaf tba Glaterclaaa. are ex.
pected to be pieaaut o tha oceajiva. Aduiiaaloa
ky lliket, aitf aitt ea, ' .... ... -
CROVER, & . MKERWOISELESS
I he Tolnntecr's Manual,
Oompllod from BAnnaa'S TACTIOS. With Im.
, .y ;BI GKN. T. W0BTH1NOT0N,
1 Oradukt of Weat Point, and lew Oeaerat Baoond
- - Brigade, Benntk Brna1a, t. T. M., -ASSISflB
BT MAOB SIDNBT BUBBANK. '
Commandant at Newport Barrack a, Bentucly, and
; LIEt-T. F. T. BWAINB, V. I. A4 '
With tha if anaal of -
Sharp's Rifle and Carbine and
i Colt's Revolver,
BI CAFT. W. X. JOHNSON, V. B. A. ',
' For ante by all Bookaellart.
, Just raoelved and for tale by
HICKEY & CARROLL,
No. 73 West Fourth-st.
BILAS MAINEH The Weaver of Raveloe.
By th author of " Adam Bed," "Mill on th
Floae," "Boenea of Clerical Life.'! On volume
12mo. Cloth. Prio T5 oenta.
CURRENTS AND COUNTER-CURRENTS
IN HEDIUAI, BUIKNCB-Wlth Other Addraaaa
and laaaya. By Oliver Wendell Holmea. On
volume Itmo. Frio II tt.
AFTER ICEBERGS WITH A PAINTER
A Bummer Voyage to Labrador aad Around New.
foundland. By Bar. Louis la. Noble. On vol.
12mo. Prlc II to.
Rlokey & Carroll,
T3 Weat Fourth-st.
W an prepared to furolah
eiLK.VTOJtSTED AND COTTON FLAGS
AT 8H0BT N0TI0B.
JOHN SHILLITO& CO.,
" 101, 103 and 105
ap27-f ' WEST FOTJH.Tn.BT.
' Champagne Cider.
Afu BBlli SrPBHI It CHA1MPAGNB
A VP CIDtB, made from eolected frutt, war
ranted pun, juat reoeired, on consignment, and for
apz7-cm fjuaB. W . rBASKLIN,
r BOPinSATE HOUSE.
THIS WELL KNOWN HOTBIi HAS
pwaed li-to the bands of the uoderaicned, and
wil be thoroughly nnovated and nady feir the re
eeptitn of lueeta n th FIBdT DAT OF At AT.
Transient boarders will be .charged l per day.
Brgular boarden taken on tbe moat reasonable
teiu'B Fine, large and airy rooms for familie.
apn-ti- x. t. S&&DI, rroprietor.
QAIHP BTOOLbFOII 8AL.B CHEAP,
- At 99 irourtn-at., east to rottotno,
HITCHSLL A BAMM1L8BERO.
AM PREPARED TO RBOEITR ALL
kluda of orders in the lin of ;
Awnings, Tents, Flags, etc.
AU orders promptly attended to.
1 MO. 144 BIXTH-eVFKJCBT,
a.a27-f Between Bace and Elm. -
THESE TERY CHOICE GOODS t
C0C0AINE for tha HAIR,
KALLIST0N for tha COMPLEXION, ,
TOOTH-WASH for the TEETH,
AND THE "
SUPERIOR FL .MM EXTRACTS,
TO Bl TJ8KD IM 0O0KINO,
Have no Bivals for the Pnrpaeea for
wblcn they are intended.
Ladles will la their Famlllea nly theae
alter having made trial ef theaa.
9" For aala at Wholesale, ia Cincinnati, by
K. SCANLAN A CO f BCIBB, BURST! IN A C0.
J. AC BBAKIBT i - ALLBN A CO.f B. MAO.
BBADT; BUBD8AL A BBO.j B. S. XHIB80N
G0. at. DI2.0N) aad at BataUby all Draggltta.
Bear Ravens Duck I
SUITABLE FOB. HOLDIER' TENTS.
10,000 Yard for Btvle Cheap I
JOHN SIIILLITO & CO.,
101, 103 and 105
f YANDKER tl. II V IXf RIOT B. -
11- raugipattDl, Pfttchoulr, ImpKM Cugeul),
Jockey 01 ub, tiwet Briar, BondatbtU, Oerauturt.,
Verkeeit, iUMt and Tr7 otUar favwrlU BxtrtM
Save Your Leaky Rooft ! -
VTTR RAT'S PATENT ODTTA-HRORA
tJJ li(x lNU. The aiaterlals of wbich It ia son.
poeed combine every reaulalt tor a practically lia
. . . J. r. OAT, Agent,
mbl-cm 973 Syoamore-atreet.
SWOHDH, BBLTB, UF AVT; ETTIt,
' VO. Bt) WE8I F1FTH-3TX.EET, ,
plt-a . . Ctnxlnnall, Ohio.
T J .'' Fl3 I NTIIE L,
Agent tor A., PATNt 00 Jtuboaaaort of I. B.
i i. TtlBAaUtt,
aam.f, roi.T.iiiT ai r. ivtonbt dub
W to A. fAVNB A 00 Ho nooep, pei Una
U ""Ybb'a'm PATH.,
Marsh t. 181. ' ' . . ,ii.
M W, (rtjdel VltA .fUBOeaM UA -t'DDaeUwlsai IHKMH,
xnvUor t em ale. oa tbe LivUMtt cttiUtilo Diana, therta-
br iMoriaif qolik mni rouaawat cmraa. at Wtr
cbavrar. on T Biiva irg icKr-piM uiri
tar, nsA AUOt ail Chrome AfleutiiAwi of loni
Lsanditiar. PeouirlDsT aiivitia aiedic. aid.' O flic a&
OmitExitciUoa liooDnva, 167 eycauiit.( ttwfa
Fillli and Hixth, CiuuluyaO, ObU,, mliei-om
BAFtllLY Fl.tMJAl.-.'tue BHLM. FAM.
tV ILT Flour. h"li bru4. In '" aud fur
auie or aa.avni pvaiaa, ao. dip a ex
KPINRB PtUOAR rt.-llkd BAHHtbt
Cruabed - dud tuilred aagar.
t hilar olpliia; loo do A V bite do. do. J. I vujl dol
wftB. d. do flo. do., in' autre and for tale y A. A.
ltei iua a
t wLiaa, sie aad ii a.i.u.
Mieix tiiuis -a nitf.ia. niM-ai
i'l M.uW'iar, I etor axtd (uc ab by A. A.
vOLtXAat, Jtltr SJ'Aa eaa4a.ee, tern t
Gatt-flDKBD If AM. ANDEKKF.
.atra xtiioar-ouxtid h.aa. SuutWr Wcaad i do.
do. Bet f, Davi.'a do.. In at aud fgt aala pr A. A,
COLT B, S 1 udVi f Mala at.
v.n la atvtU, at II iiulsuM'l). ELutk auj
ppotulwl AdaaiunlU'eArlx tt tU ! of Wia,
Tall hicbardaon, doceaaed. anat-cF
fAiiiLi; tmm MIXES 1 1
MTU Tflli TIME
T O O 33 T
A. T t :
No. US West Fourth-st.,
Is offering his entire stock at arW. i
LtTltT Wnvvft.wwa .
BLACK BILK MANTILLAS, . , , .
BAByUKS. PALETOTS, JAOQOBS,
LAOS MANTILLAS AND POINTS I
An elegant aseortment of
PA BIS TUFKnKR, .
IN EVERT aTYI.. '
' TXinra Ttniaa SB 111..
PARAROLia AND UlrlgtRELLAP), -
ULOTES AND ROslBRT,
MITTS AND PANSt.
LINEN 8HEK rlNOS.
' AH of tbe ehnletiat hMmb nt
BLEACHED COTTOM SHEETINGS N0 SHIRTINGS.
IRISH LINK VS.
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF H ABEBD ABHERY.
xxi uas&i rxaiill.
atlon of porch aiera, aa I am determined aot to b.
undersold by any hous la tha city. . , .
X. O. ' BUE aLdXld,
118 WEST FOTJBTH-ST.
ARMY: BLANKETS !
WB CAN FURNISH, IN TWO OR
three darn' notioe tha mcrular a-rav IRtr
BLANKETS. SAmplea In store.
101. 103 AND 105
av esmt I3!"o-u.artIa.axttxeta
CII.KFI.AGS.-PRICB9 RANGE FROM
S4H to Sli oomn' ate
BliNUNO FLAGS, of all sites, made to order
tPti0uiLau euDus rijaus. axil rest, set
8xis, ;8xao, lis
fBiAiaxi ri.AUB, ot au aites, vholeaals and
ayar Fleld-nlecea for Flaa t Ftaara ent ant; Tie.
. Wholesale Mannraetnrara, '
ap 164 Vloe-atreat.
Cincinnati, namllton & Dajton
; ; RAILROAD COMPANY.
8UPFBINT NDENT'S OFFICE,!
... ClKOiHNATI, Apiit 22, l6l. J
TRAINS WILL IiEATR CINCINNATI
for Camp Berrleo", at fii08 aod ejiS A. At..
2.33, StiOS. diitS- 38 and 53 P. At,
Leave Camp Oronnda at fttHH. W14 Bnd fti43
A. at., lWj, 6i38. 6.43 and 8.5A P. X.
ap25 P. KoLtatM) Hweevlntemdaat.
nDTimis I'll BliACKING-I N
Jp eartbeo pota, contains twice aa much oil aa
Coiuujuu bi.A luff. 1. convenient In pplloatioB,
and glvaa a qulcg ana diuabie pllah. -
Btxtler'a Premium tllaeklna;,
Tliree siaes In tin bnxee Small, New tf edtam and
Large. Orders aoliciled. Factory 39 Vine-street.
apA-w . . d, ouiijan, ageni.
DRUMS AND FIFES!
OF BEST QUALITY, AT TUB LOW
AST nrloea. Alao. all kinds of Hualoal la.
atrnmenta. ALBKHT KkBLL.
K- . Vaoufaotarer and Importer of .
MUSICAL INdTBOMKNTB, ,
ap21-f 1 80 Vin. at., bat. Fourth and Firth,
Block-tin Pipe. '
FOR A SUPERIOR KIND OF BLOCK
TIN Ufa., for Blue Lick, Soda, eto . caU on
apl 101 West Blxth-at., bet. Tine and Baoa.
OYATi HAVANA IiOTTEttY-EX-
XatttVUJ&iiiJi&KX. ia u rawing of April 4,
lSo. 1,829 drew tOO,O00f 4,548 drew 9 1 00,000,
Ko. 12,666 drew 0.1 9,000 No fl,6 draw g 10,000)
No. IA.117 drew 830000. Being the fire Friacl
iriretj cunea ana inTorma.ion rarnisnea or
p20-tf IS A TIC. B. TAY LOU, l;j BrosvdwaT, N.T.
Major's Proclamation.' ,
' i " ClTT OF GlIfOINNATI. ' J .
rflHB DI8TITRBBD CONDITION OF
JL cjur countrri n thai tan &n intna MnitettAdint in
the minds of all clavMeit of th community.
It U at ttaie tine the Mpecial dutr of all food and
loyal cliitwoe to auetain tbe Municipal ae well a
the General Goveronmot, and to do every ihlac 4n
their power to aliay the excitement, and to aid In
me pri-Bvrvaiion ana uinroemeD. oi law ana oraer.
Therefore. 1. Gor Uatch. Mavor of tha eitT of
Cincinnati, do lrnue thia niy pruclamatin to all
citieeiiB, r&questipff tfiem to refrain from the dii-
cuhiod oi an exciting topici in pa one ana enjoin
ing upon tbem to dlttcourage nd avoid all contra
Kilon of orowdi in the atreeU; aud, in order that
e peace of the city may be preserved! that due re
spect, obedience and aid be given to the Chief of
Felice and the force under his command, so that
disorder may be avoided, and the dasigos of evil
disposed persons frustrated.
KtftcieDt measures have been taken to guard
against any movements hostile In their character
to the Government or the United Htates.
Any Information pertaining to the pnbllo safety
will receive fioper Mteatiou, tf reportad, to me at
f x Oivsai under my hand, aad tha corporate
h. 8. eeal eflhecity of Cincinnati this twenty
L a-Y--'J seoond day of April, ene thousand eigbt
hundred aad sjxty-one. . . tv
. ap28 - OB0RQ1 HA TO IT, Mayor.'1
MmONABIiB BlIIRf IvfANtTFAOk
KUJUHw OOIHW i L
WKM FOUa-tTH-TBinr .
, FatAtrtOtrtae OreW. .. h - aa-siy
Ctf CCiB.-OINCINNATI, FEBRUARY
txif'wLA' AO, icoi, i uit tap tu tnjititj t. u at ui inuara
B. 1). Ashcraftt sixty-two years old, ant) amioutd
with tkarslysis In his left eiUe, did, iu MoveiuWr
last, receivs an injury on on ten leg, wmcn oecauie
a tvnre of a verv alarinina sice. beiutT about two bv
five inches, aud spreatlinf rapidly and being cov
ered with a coating of gveen. mucous matter.
Upon procuring medical advice. I was told It would
Tuva tn ha out onan and tha bone of tha lam acradi
A boot tltla time I Imtkut aotjuaiuted witA JDr. J
JH aBKtta, and, procuring nu aiiacs naive, i ap
ttlid ii to tha aora. Tha third aDelioatioa removed
all tha asuoous matter, and left Ku aora olaau It
eomDted baiiug; euA, after using but four
boxes of the fUlve, I had tbe pleasure or eeeiny tbe
I 1 , L Bta dawejlll, 93 aat f rout-et.
The IVavtnr I th only ftbratdaa aaw Uvla inba
en kill and cor a CeAoor ejltbeut ioatrixuttinta off
r.i. He alee cores Piles aod ill kluda of Hon
benauU.aa, eto, Odio, Art air-et.,' oorner t
Cutter. Oaloebeuxa, J A-ACAotP. M.
ap7.bf DA. J. HtBIBlf.
r OOtKAtNM BNT JAVA toOKKkt m0,
ut swueUed. xfd pouketa v.rv auperlor l)td
nmtot JavaOdl. e -Al baw Old Sant'H Oi.fle.
fud too cans pur f reuna noene ana Jva uuitae,
b.aadtHlb oau. put uaiprM.lr for tamtlr wee
Jror tele br JOHN B ATiS. bpUvna) JbaatM Bajlid,
ng, ByoaJtor-tret. 1 , 1 evtt '
tOIV GET', WHOLItSALI DIALfB
I Li White rilut, Green aud black QLAHaVrAllxf,
Hal klvoaaaoi-.traet. near tke BteaaabaeJ Laud.
Aut. aetweea Proul aud OolumbU, Ola jtjil, O.
Salr-pint riaaka,lemlj"bn, LauU.ua. to.
Conntrr MerobanU' ordWr eolloUed, and tiled at
Terr P pnoea. WUB niapatoa.
! h.camiijl;lIa& cxj-
tAVANrrAOTCIAEItai tjan a
'FAorrmnH pw Et, nwn
trva, Flew gba, k.llruad Aaal
, aaouas tot the aal at li..u(a aeitt
i, ho. It laaattWasax -ewet, CkauaUaa ,
bta Iswa aad t sawaii '
i.i-M, ana .
darad and O. Y 8a.ar, Inivertag. : lyO barrel A
white baapar, Lov.iiug'a. - Id etur and fur eel.
AAUOIf A. UilAH, .Ai aad $44 aUta-st. aad .
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FBIcriToT 5S W, FOLfiTn-STe
GRO VJSI. & BAKER'S' "
' It tbj ftnlr on that nannfactnre tb "
Ddttble-lock and Shwtile-atitch
Sewing Machines I ,
No. 58 est Fourth-st
From New York Auctions.'
Now opening, large lots of '
SEASONABLE DRESS GOODS '
Which w offer at about hair ooet of bmportattoa.
Oloa bayert ar Invited to give at a call.
101. 103 and 105
DAT & IflATLAGK,
No. 89 Pearl-street,
HAVE A LABQB STOCK Of MEW AMD BEA
. Print mt all beat brand
Olsskamt aad Olaskaa Lawis) ' '
lawst, Oramadlra, Uralae
Bareaea, Darese Aaalale, Lawellswl
Valeaola, Pspllna, Bilk, Che.llle
Foulard, M-etlne, Acalaa
Clothe, fjaealmere, 8atlaeta
Tweed, Marseille, Nanklnet '
Iilaea Daek, Faraar Twllla
Bealma and Drills, Shlrtlaa 8triaea
Tick, Brawa aad Bleached SloaUanw
A IiABOE A8S0BIMBNT OF :
IV O T I O 1ST SI
IE LABOE TABIITT.
To which they invite tbe attention of btrrera.
C I NCI N N ATI0ISTI LLERY I
8. N. Plfee'B Haffnella Wblstj,
"I. PIKE dk CO..
IS A -JO 90 STOA4
MOEK-df aula manataotom of th
MILITARY SHIRT S
. AT EICHAHDSON'S, .
A. PKW ' MO It HI LKFT I
... J J BllTLkB, Aweiit. .19 vine-et , Oiucianattt
Pleaee send as (bj rail) 87! d"ion aasorted liiea si
jrour KXUKI.S10H ri.tJID 1WK It a.llVwelL
Koura, trulr, BOWKK. ST KW A RT i oo..
. , . . Wbolottle Btatloaer.
Fay's Tags on hand. a23 aw
. NEEDLES, OIL,
, -' ' SHITTTI.ES, ETO.
EMBBOIDEBT 8ILE, 8APDLEBS1, TBA at,
- JTKJKO, BPOtL BILK.; 00TI0N AND
i I.ISEE THBBAD. . ' .
, nW' Bewlng-machloe Agents supplied with avarp
kind of Twist and Meedlea, direct from tha maa
turera, bp J. H. JOD VET,
TS Weat lonxth-rt., up stairs, Olaoiaaatx,
PBBFEOT FITT1MO -
BOSTON SHIRT FAOTORT,
Xa. -A Itleppner. Asent,
NORTH-EAST COB. Una AMD V1MI-STJU
Over Oole A Hopkins. Bntrano oa fifth-.
(SELF MBABUBBMBNT FOR SHI
aay to understand that any on can tak bla wa
geasnreforfihlrta. I warrant good fit. Tbaoaak
be paid to tb Expreas Company oa receipt ot
pnutea airecllona sakt tree everywhere.
1 de J. MelRDLR, FA8HIONABt.' ,
Uw Merchant Tailor, 1T6 Vine-at , Oinolnoati,
Oblo, hav jiut received a large assortment of a. '
parlor French and Kngli.b Clotba, Uaaalmeree, tleU
ton nd Batlst Goatines, very rich Plain and "
Fancy Hllks and Paris Cash mere Vestings, ready,
suade Ooata, Pant, and Vesta.
ALB0-8hlrta. Dnderahlrta, Oollara, Eureka and
Plagie Oravftta, baadkerobiefs, eto. malt
L-AJVW Jks BODUSY, 11
Founders 8-ndEnglne-buildersv ,:i
onr Job aad Water -street, aUotaaata, , ' "V
laeul . .
. : Ught forthe MlUiou.
WE A I, I. WANT A GOOD I,I(llPr f
tor reading and working purposes. We are t
heartily tired of lb fllthlneaa of onai-oil. Its amell,
and the breaking of cblmneya. Let its hail w4ltr
gladness tb introduction of '
ra. gbecnats o&s t&raps
It ha no email, haa no chimney, I perntetrp '
afe, can b 'ued a alght lamp, or will' Ughtv
a large room for on oent an hour. It may be auea i
at Mo. 204 Vim-street, between Fifth and taxi. - -
bend ecaut and get olrouaur. -
aV-BBS'f Fx,DIDdllent gallon. '
JOHN U. MACDDNALD,
' apt Agent fur th Weat and Bonth.
Ban Mutual Insurance Companj ' .
erOIMOIEMATI. ' ' :; -Office,
No. Wart Third at (BvaM A.Ce.'e Baaae
; . Budiling.) . . ..
THIS Com FA NY IS PREPARED. ViJ'
t.uetv application, for InsureuceDwlUiisv .
Wexeh'tuaes, BfenuOtcteTiee, Pnrntture aud hlaac '
ahead lee. Fe'Maautuail froal on. auiiT. yaara. . . Y
' - 'niaacToas! - ' , ,
a. b. J.azx. ,. . josnua jone . . , i
V TIT i .. ....... - i w m .'.'l
n . Miaaiw. : , , ., aa. n. wane.
J, , t-ie. . , j:
Tt .a o. i '
' JualaiaB' 'llowoaw' ' " 'l
Caleb 0. Wiuuniat. . e
WM. X. x'lUfPs FxaMlil.at.
E. L. IttuiM, Bccrotary.
e.pie ,s - .
PROBATE rot7RJ NOTt-fTE.-A!- 1 '
Hl.aad oi atlXTutl B. ILIbbK. -Notic i "
hereby gtMB l:hai tli atiU;ribur , aaal .been , t
riu um. aMMaueoos aiuio a. xiui. . AU perawa .
aviBgclajuu. against )ilia r noliiiifcA to aieaeut... .
UmiiV dirV antl,, ,itictrdl aooorj im to law, t. J
JOUM Af, KNMr4, assignee, o..' Walnut at.7
Cioiuti, HamUtoaOoal)', OW. a.'u-ct-W '
nA9IIl,T', COMMON M.RtTKO.f,
II,37J.-riaet A. UfCKiiBtoi .t. William Vr. 5'
uxm. Divorce. Tb. d.foiiuuot la beruby potlned M
bat the planum Sled bar paiittua aviust bira on
I , I h 1WmW iMMt. .t.rs .a rh.r. th. mJl '
fcleBdant with il'Jtei-y, and prays to I. ujMorutt 'Ji
em her aaid husl-aud, aid to h.va allmy aud
ooata, in at uuue e appvr op or beloc tb eux ,
day of Jur-a, li-nL, ac plead, pulwar o deoiur' .
thereto, tba eaia II be haxI in pi. aleaci H-St'.R.Uhc'iatd-'Hlll'ril.
, t. F.Bik, UttlliOIlT A. VIBtiBBSOll. t
A turner fu PetlHoaee, April Hltol. apix-f Si K 'a
.xlw Uie f.
t onutr, Ub
vviruu.u. th um ,,iiro uar Ot April, inei, Mil.
i auaiiv uwa oraer f Attachment In the ouv .
1 ,aetun for tue sum t fit. 1 he oaae U sal for heal. .
! U.nb. 17tbof Ma), Ml, at t o'!'' J
I cuwUaiaii,iraTii.ii. loutTuoufl. fii'C
h , .'-a . Wt Tw4- l3 , cJH iil.t
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