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WAtm," ma mir," rn nutr, lout,- Povmy - BOARvrNi," e.--At- 94fBtfMfH09lV 494ttvf toHl4F feVslM fcJwJ((l 6at00BRft f Jree Bees, eWM he Inserted evWeese 49 seats. AKfBlr-A WM-HtlMl-la ned lately . Asptr ei week stetitn ft. ANTfcH-A COM HON CUR POP Not om e.iekold. Appl at 1 1 Penrlsl.- en-b IV ATFD om reep.rtsMe family to ait-pt Tf a llltlu dot ttare. tmkl 014. Apply at 9 Xlm.it, iJ7-il B7 ANTKI A 01 II L -To ornk, wash, Iron and vV to make bereelf generally asefnl. Call at ATI glith et ., api7t ANTKIV-A ,TUATION-T.doir.nerel houeework, chamber. ork, or to nok. WMh nd Iron. Addrrna A. M , thin offire. ap3ft-b AM'kl- r)TUBAR tut rnrnllura and oth-r Rcoda, at 0. BblNN CU.'B, Mo, '201 Vmt Fifth at. eplvfa ATTrHl-MTUATIIIMH-By two irla, to do vv df iiral hMiwwnrk In a private family. fo objection to tna oumitrr. (rood refereuoee.- Ad el.ee. a. J. B , Pr.es Olnc.. apM-b , , "VTDsTTOATIOS-Ai salesman, In a V V viluilfttaia houMe, b a young man of eight yean1 experience- Produceor lruit-atore prt-ferrod. Ailerne H. r) . Preen Orson. ap.7 b t-V',l'rKDA PAHTNSJR-ToRO a short die. V fsnc from the cltr and take eonal interaet In rmlred Apply at store, 81 Fourth it. Miner well aecnred. apT7 b AV AlSTED-BtlPKRIOR PIOTDRKS -Ton can v get them at the Union Gallery, where all kind of ce-ee ate mid at lower prlcee than else, where Photographa In all eolon okeep, at MO TV est Tilthst. apK be WAMTKD-BKRPIOTllRI-Llftlu(herUrn luminous ei ee to hie with a smile, she said, I'll to to JOUr-BOa'S Uallary. Nintn and BWiti, where the wt-rk la of the beet kind, aad the prlcee lower than elsewhere, ap27-b' W ANTFh-BT A FOOK-KIBPKR Whop time la not fully occupied, a ael of botka to poet, KatlKfec.tory references .Wen. Terms mod. .rate. Address 11 0 , Preea Orilce. ap'H-be WaKTED-l B1TU ATION-To do aeneral TV housework, eooklnir. eto No objectlnn to the country. Apply at 443 Froat-st., between. Cenlrsl-aT and John it. ap7-b BTAfiTKI) BO Alt PINO A gentleman and V a He .tea boarding at Qlendafe, or at eome noint thie elde. on tbe Cincinnati, Hamilton and IHyfc a Hallmed. Addreea O., Bex 1.8UH, Cin cinnati PoetufllKl. ap27-e ANThD-A GOOD GIRL To go to the country, to watk and Iron for the summer or year. Mnt come well recommended. None other teed apply at 1 W8 west foorlh-et. apar-b WAHTFD-H18 tlKltrIBR-roreln back her burning teara, ebe aald. gladly, but firmly. We will not go to euch a email plnoe for our likrDp m. but will to to APPKOA I t 8 mam moth Gallery, corner of Fifth atd Main. ap27-a A NT En The Union ehall be preeerred I That the talk of hundred who da'ly Tlelt APPLBUATK'B great l.lkeneea Uenot, comer of rlfin and Main U. Prlcee to eu.lt tbe hard tlmee. Jtememhfr. pl?7 b TlTANTIiD -A SITUATION Ab clrk. la ft T clnthlur -Iry-irood or aromry wtors, GomI refereuoea. Add rem W. J. L., Prww Office, (ftp? b' WA1NTED TO BENT-A Hoaw of ntu or trn ntonis, centrilf located, with all mad- crn 1mproemei't. Posaesiioa by May 1 or sooner. - Add rem (i. U , Futtofllo. ap36 b 17TltD-VOLUNTBR8-To form ft Com- T paiiv of Infantry for active flenrtce, at 'J 5 M eet Fonrlh-Bt . over Moor Wllstaoh'i 8ook atore. In the fourth itory ap-b WANT fen-A GIRL Tooook, wash and iron for a snail family. Apply next door to the Broadway ti change. In the Imperial Saloon. - fap3ft-toj WANTED-A WOMAN -To go to the country, V to work. Inquire of HUGH KROWN, Fruit dealer, north-wort corner of rifth and Wal nut it . ap3S b WANTKD A SITUATION To do general housework, or to cook, in a private family. Good refeiencea given. Apply to No. A4 Flfth-st., npstaire. ap2$ b WAMTED-HOFTSHBy a prompt. paying ten. ant, aimail honae of five room, yard Aa. Family em all. Good reference! girem. Addreea liock Box OJ'J, Cincinnati. ap2Vc WANTED-HIS LI KEN KS3 Forcing back her burning leare. the taid, eadly, bnt firmly yen ehall net leave nn til yon have visited JOHNSON'S Gallery, Ninth and Main, whore the work fe good and the prlcee low. ap36 b WAN? BD-K very body to know that the eteamer Little Weetern leavet the Main at. Bridge, on the Ulaml Oanal, for Gamp Harrison! at, o'clock A. M.( returning, leavea Oaup Hur rlaon at AH o'clock P. M. Round trip, afto. ap27-b -m.7 iMBD- -AGENT 8-To aell Union Pin, d Pin. with "rod. whfta -viid hlna' Xbe Shield Pin, with ribbone, appropriate and beaut ful badge for 10 e ttmee. AOdresi J. ctartum. Btamp, tfrana ftbd Btncll Gutter, 130 Fifth-it. ep37-b AT&D Unlon-loving people to know that the beet place In the Union to get Uion Pictures, in nfat Union caws, ie at the llnlin Gal lery! No. 20 Watt Fiftn-tt. Union Photographi at Union price. ap?6 b WANTEI Every man woman and child In the olty ad connty to knew that they can nrsenre ticttttr Shoea. Bootn. Oaitera, eto., at A. B. BABUOUR'S, 140 West Fif h-.t , near Baoe, for leas money than anv where else in th olty. ap36-f WMBD-KINTUCRT LAND-Any penon ) having n tract of land of from ten to ona hurdred arree within tlx miles of Oovington or ' t Newport situated on ft turnpike or the river, can f find cash pnrchaner, If the prloa meeta theec- V, IF""""" ettlce, uai e girls, ions at i Ignncies or the timea, by audreuing J, il , at thla laming particulars, price, eto. apiz-a NTKD- Fa ml fee and others can obtain tbe beat of female aervanta. Also, respecta wtin re Terences, can pr-cure good situa h Female Kmolovmant Ulrica. I'lH Witl. t-st., up stairs, Beom No. A. A lady attends. 17ANTKD Any one having $76 caah to put int bnriineM. and ensaae lmmedlatelv. can evore one-half interest In a businss which will Y7 17 ptoue par weak. Appsy to ualjs cm.. i.lS Watuut-st. ap26-b m VANTKD IN NEWfORT. Kf.-A house v w ai'Q lot, oi on to eigne rooms tiid lot of five to eiaht rooms, for which I will eichsngaaome valuable farming lands la Illi nois or Indiana. J.B HlbDALL. apzo-o No. 77 West Third-st. WANTBD-A family wishing to eo gage a pleas ant turuisbed resldeuce, four eyuares from the Post- office, for four mouths.can hear of an oppjr iiinitv to do so, satisfactory ftusurftuoes being given, itt 63 Hcfarlandst. . ap36-b WANTED A SADDLE A new or seond band man's Saddle, fur which advertising in ' ; Daily Press will be given. Address SUBURBAN, f " care of Press Offloe. ap4 WATKI LADY for a oompanlon, ona qualified to aot as nnrae, oan apply at second tenemeut in row of cottages on Main -at , Coving ton, between Third and, jTourth-sU., near Oeniral- ftv. Ferry. ap22-h 11J AT1D Clerks, salesmen, book keepers, bar keepers, porter, waiters, carpenters, me chanics and others aeeklng actuations should apply at tha Mfcrcliftnta' Clerks' Registry Office, Ne. ZH Walnnt-st. mhi tf HALE A 00. WANTBIf AGEN1S To oanvaa for " Pad dock's Bank Mirror." None othera need apply than those who can coma well recommended, and give security. A gotd opening is otTerttd to energetic and responsible parsine. Apply at "Bank Blfrrtr" Gfflca, south east corner oi Third and Walnut-sis, between. 4 and P. M, apll-U BOARDING. BOA B PI NO A gentleman and lady, and two or three single gentlemen, oan be pleasantly accorrmodated with board In a small private fam ily, ca reaeonftbla terns, by applying at M East ird-st , bet Broadway and Ludlow. aprf b BOaBDINGOds large front room, on tha eecond floor, for a family or aingle gen Heme a. Also, good accommodations for dayDorders. An ly M -30 Baoe at. ap27-b IJOAHDIXJ-A gentleman, and lady, or two M or three single gentlemen, can be accommo dated with board and pleasant rooms, at 470 Kv-oiett-st. Location pleasaBs. Oar pass tha honso every ten minutca. Terras moderate. . ap27-b BOA B DIN G Ona nioe front room, for gentle man and wile. Also, vaoanciea for single, gen tlemen. Apply at No. 84 East Fiflh-st,, onrner of Broadway. apM - b OAR DIN J On fine room, on the first floor, to rnt, with board, to gentleman and lady or two ftfantleraen. where there are but Xw board are, at 37 Longworth-st., oor Baoe. ap2eb OABDINO A gontleman and hfs wife, or three siogle gentleuien, ran obtain board, with a pleasant Tout room, at H'.iS Race st , if ap plied fur iiu wed lately. Rufereuces exchanged. r - ' lftpa-bJ VfOARBlNU-Twoor three small tamiliea can JL be accommodated with boardiug and eleaeant rooms AlkO.a few single genUuxneAftt We4 peveoth-st. Terms reasonable. , apJ3 h I If VAHf'fln'U116 or two rami lias win And - uuwui, vwbiu UMI UIV Ulli. VH ww HU)1 1 Jkv.; street cara will be running past the door in a itwdays: large, shady grouiid Apply to J. li. OON K. LIN'B store, 100 Woat rifth-sL ftp-6-d 111 OARDINO-Famillea aud single geutlemea can ha accomuotliUad with --1 rx.mi it wo front) and twaid, by applying a( Mo, 1A4 Iroadway, JJay boardwra oatitad. ftpM-d BOARDING A few furnished front rooaas for the accommodation of genilamea and ladles. Can be saeft mt 104 Broadway, bet wean Third and Fourth. . KOARDlNeAt177Symmorosft. Nohrsak. lug p thuae bard tiiuaa but will eontiaae as isufon. Furnished rooms for lkaiili tinglo snen ran be aocommodate4 with board and lodiring, ltay boarders also. p&-f PERSONAL. PBV80NAL-A brother of HCOH MA01B THY ie la Ih.oltr, and vUl mt him at the i teM OflJoa at e olm to dar. ap-be ahei elae in the our. JalM 1,1'ltMllN AL-To wkom U nar euncarn, H. 0. Uddin, U3t4 M alnut-at., heteieea blxth and retenth-ate.: wlndo.hadt., gilt and plain, aut op I. ear iilef aarinr and other aladl oi mattreaee. iovsu-n, ava ajuutulr aHlHalLJi'i'lii uo lisUiy. utti Jo-tf PatUHONAI-W.KKMTa CO., mannftvrtnre. oluullei', .entleMiu'e, Mleeoa' and children', fcoote Mdehoae, Ha. It fifth-.traet, three doora aatoiKae. The w. k la all dune br oomnetent kanda. and la warrentud- Paiuee ohma i . - ..... FOUND. I.MH'ND A whit.-and. oleek Hotter, Wedneedar 1 Uet had .collar arouad kla ueek, with look .'UeLtHl l.a .wnerea. hav. hint hf aalline at li innt. and payia oharaaa. apn-h TO LOAN. - ' ' j i" I.AN-$-,)-i,lotot?,iinoto loan on 1 . 1 j properly, Ajip to i, L. UlVb.lt N, 00 idtret. .oaA-b ('INNATI AGS NOT ii! f M Us U the world. 144 Mai.. FOR SALE. T KAt tWLtIf-H(JUBa)-On Ke'r i1 tj of eletit fwmi, hell and aide entrant, rrlr. ft.om. lt, Store and Ierellln on Hltri t. Aleo, Oxtrera n (Jf..t. Applr to A. " Mm MA MA, ft? Weal Third et. ape-b pdw atI.R A bedenm. brow, heraa, fnmtf V and In (rood rondlllon. Inquire at J A HkS WAIt,'B etable, Sjoemnr. .treet, below fonrth. .. apJe-o-j l.-iOR Hai.R MOBTGAnR-MorKS-flin. AlM JC a lot, 2fi hi an ft, for $100. Cincinnati Poat.ofnoe. Addreea Box 3 10 ap h 1,OR SAI.K-OR IXOHANGI-A Prletlna . iiDIre, In Honthern lllnoin. A .rent bareahi will beilran. Addraaa F" A0IB(X, Preea uffioa, I (apM-f ) IH)R plALK-STOCK AND rUTOBla-Of Av . Jewelry and Fencr Ptura, In the western part rt the cltr, dolni . fair bnlnee Pwellln. aitaohed Will be enld o. reasonable tarme. Ad drewj. R. OBKKW, PreeeOfhw. aplt tf FOR aiAl.K-LAND-Twclre.f r-eof Land ; 4 acrea In frnlt : new hon ont-heuaee, Ac, on the eame, on the Bine Bork Tornpike, 9 mllee from flinolnaatl, ana 1 mile from white ak Oathollo tlhnrrh will be anld eheap and on aaef terena. If purchased aeon. For pertlculera. Inquire on the Srr-nileee, or of B. T. BROWN, corner Oetirt and lain, Cincinnati (era f ) WB OOLLIRB. lil R BAl.K -UNITKD STATRS G0V1RN-l-1 HUNT L.NDB-AII2H to SO oente per aore, Pereone deelrln. can effect entrlea of the United Ptatea Gorernuiont Lande In HLennrl at the thnn Vrlc.,, on application to the nnrierelaned, who la anthorlredtotekeappllcntleneln dne form. Then landaaranot eaempj. J. M. TRUWBHIDUC, at E.C.Moarae AOo.'i Benk.rtO Weet Third it. I ImbJo tf .1 " t ,t i , r. n rnnin ' m oa acree, in uier on ti e Little Miami Hallroad. Ijlnton a coed roaii leading from Loveland ; 40 acrea cleared, and IS acre. wood. land. There te an orchard of 1.700 treee, ooneietir. of 1 Ono neach-treee. in fine bearins; con ditio. ; tna remainder, of apple, pear and cherry, treee, belnniPR to bear. A leo, raepberrloe, aorae. beiriee, etrawlterrlea, Ao The above property Ilea In a good nele.hh3rhood. The Station at LoveUnd amiTfte excellent fecillllee to thoee who may dealre tbe adrantaaee of railroed oonTeyance. City property will be taken in part payment An pi? to THOMAS B. PAX TON, Attorney at Law, lit vt Third-It., or to Oil ABLCS PAX TON, on the premlsea. apt xe FOR RENT. FOR R BNT TWO ftOOMS AND CBLLA8 In Gotuge N. 6 4 J Oerge-at., near Free aiftn.j Inquire at 449 George-st. apS7-b WT'Olt RENT-TWO OB THRR1 BOOMI Y Suitable fr ft gentleman and wife or single yerson. Inquire at 199 Bicbmond-et. ap26-d FOR RRNT-HUC8KS-I have nine dwelling b on tee for rent. Any pore on wanting to rent will sell, from A to 10 A. It. and 1 to 8 P. M., at No. 3 West Thlrd-st., on W. N. D"BA. ap27-b RBNTlWKULlNOUOrJSB-ho. 3.19 - Jjfnuworih st , containing nine rooms and ail the modern improvements, ana in good order. 011, frni 8 to 10 A . M . and 1 to P. M.t at No. 3 West Thii4-st.,on W. N. DORA. ap37 b FOR R It NT- U0U8B-A house cf twelve rooms In an acre and ft h-lf lot, in good repair, on Fast Walnut H PI, near Cook's Nursery. For terms Inquire of BKNAY G LABEL, at tho toll-gnte. on Hadieon-rrad. ap2&-d IOH R BNT A most eligible HOUSff. cen . t rally located, of ten rooms, with or wlthont fur niter. Also, if deirtd, a biisinne worth S3 ooo perannom Address 8. B B , this office. apK-b FOR K KNT-Tw- n-oros In a pleasant location. mit ble for a snvatll famtly. Inquire at tho Ticket otf ce, oor. Tine and Baker street. ap34 d FOR RENT Four rooms on second floor, to ft tin all fsmHy. Water and bath-tab. Inqnlre np-fftnlrn at l3t Sixth-st., near tha corner nf Baca and 8lth. ap-9-d 17 OR RKNT-HOnSK-Three-etory. 6 Harrl. ? ion St., S doors east of Broadway, vacant May 1, and will be retted to a good tenant at ft lafr prloa. Also, ft House on Walnnt Hilli, within cltv limits. apM-d 0. W. JAM KS, Office 9 Harrison-st. FOR RUNT-OB LKA8K-A Honne of five rooms. Inquire on Poplar-st.t first brick noose on the north aide, west of f reemar-at. sp29-f WM B OnVMINT. FOR RBNT BTORB No. laJT WalnnKst., between Filth and Sixth. Inquira of POOB CO i Walnutvst, ap!6 tf FjR RENT H OOSI - Containing seven rooms and cellars, and garden well filled with fruit, within sight of tne cHy Inquire at Brigh ton Station, for W. OKA NO K, Mount Harrison. fap22 hJ FOR KENT-HALL-A large halltn the Me tropolitan Building, corner or Ninth and Wal-cnt-st. Also, ona store on the first floor of tha inquire ti fdun a uu., 143 Walnut at. iaplft-tf FOR RENT For ten months, with the priv ilege of ft lontrer time, a Oountrv BAsfdAncn. of fifteen acres, with a neat brick houso, with eight rooms ana large cenar, an 11 wu ana two cisterns ; nood. convenient stable. Thr Is a mnoA arr.hn.rA of choice grafted fruit : also, blackberry, raspberry, atrawberrv. eto . en the til ace. It li on tbi Hnnt. omery Pike, two m ilea from the city Inquire nf irJAKi.as ma wit, near tna place, or or h. . 1 n. aj, ariiiBH, uoio. apJQ-G LOST. W nT-On Fridav.a md for brown. TnrHnraint MA Tha finder will be Hberally rewarded by ra- .arDiirg uer 10 00. J.CKS vfea oik.d-s.. ap-b U. HAZKN8. T OST-$5 BXWABD-A Bow and flva pigs, on M-d Bur.dav last, marked with ahta in thair Uft oars aud ft piece cut out of their rlht ears, Tho Siider ws ill receive the above reward by Inaviof wUfm av yjg jrvmt rra.er-Bw. apDv OHT-Oa Thursday evening, between Fifth and jnonna ana M-ignm ana ijinn. two gia ana one black shell rings. On ona of the gold rings waa the following fDScription: V0 G. G , from Amos Tha finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving too same at 100 omce 01 ice v,t u. ana v. B. B. Company, Vine-st., above Fourth. ap37-a T O8T A CBEOK Drawn by D. Gibson A Co., m- 10 ai. juaooy a ixTnr.ior 96 tss, payaoie at a. L. JUowrv A Co.'s The flndrr will be suitably r warded by leaving the same at D. GIBSON A 00 dHColHmbia at. ft26-b FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE From ti.ooo to 93,000 orth of good fieal flsUte In Illinois, far city or Covirgton property. Addreea Box So. 1,900. AUCTION SALES. A. tTCTION 1ALK-DT 1. ORAFF A KOHT,. J. urulluie at A notion. MONDAY MO UN- lfiu. April 2V, at oar store, Ho. IS Kael Fonrth.et., will he eolri, at o'clock, large Quantity of Houee- ap2T JACOB OBAFF. Anotlonear. AUCTION SALE By 8 BDBBARD.-At trade roome, No. it I Weet Fifch-itroet, u laire. Book., f.ntlery and Biationerr at auction. THIS EVKN1NQ (BaturdaT) April 17, at haU-paat aeen o'clock, will he aold, br catalogue, a val uable and eplendid collection or Uiicollariaone and Gift Books, Blank Booke, Note, Letter and Cap Paper, KnTelopee, Phineae'a Lead Penalle. Oarmel'. Hair Pencile, Steel Pena, Poeaet Kuivee, Ac, Ac, B. Cataloguea ar. pubiUhed, and tho good, ar. vyott ivi uuiUUIHie. . ap37-. 8. 0. HUBBABD, Aoo'eei Timee Mpy.l .... AVCTION 8AI.B-BT KSLLOOS A WILLIAMS-Salee-rooma Moa. tt-A and 44 East Tlilrd-st.-Drr Ooods, Boote, Shoes, Notions, Fur. nilure, et.., at Auctlc Will be eold at our raoms 1U1S (Saturday) MOltMINO, April 27, at 9 o'olook, a small stock of Dry (taxis, Clothing, Boot and Bhoes. and Notions. ALSO-At 10 o'clock A large stock of Furniture, from . manufacturer, ooneieting of Bedsteads, bu leans, wardrobes, deeks, book'Caaas, sofas soola Klaa . , l.-H v. . k ... n. - .1.1 . . .. . n,,..',.l.l louDiea, cribs, stand's, and . general assortment o'f cumtp. uiH.ionr wnn a lot oi aeoon. nana House- noia tiooos, f uralture, eio. ap2f A. P. WILLIAMS, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALK-BY 0. BLINK A -CO. nules.rotm. no uui weet Jlllin-Btroet rur nliure of a Prirat. family at Auctlou. Will ba sold at Public Aactlon, at 1 S9 West Fourth-st., on UATUBDAT MOBNlNt. April tl, at t o'clack, tha entire Furniture of a fauillr declining housekeep ing, consietlug 1. part as follows : Boeewood Sec la- Die ana Kllsabetn UBalr, s Parlor Ubaire, Window aeata or Ott..roana. Qentleman'a RMltnin nktr. Center and Card-tables, Sidebeard, Kxtenslon pining -table. Book-case and Secretary, Half-canopy Bedsteads, Waab-stands, Tables, Chairs, CarnU, Ul,rBubj k ...I V.. t L t..l. n:,., ut. . i . T Cot k-etove. Chin, and Iroistoue Warn, klloue. Utensils, Ac, Ac apo .bi.b oiiinn, Aaetionaer, j -W.M. If. HKWBON, TOOK IIOIII. 91 WIST TUIBD BTBBH, OINOIKNATI, BCYS AND NBTjT.S STOCKS, BONDS and other Socurltiea, oa Oouiiuisaio. only; arsvt).ui f.u. an. maae. uoiieo&iona. .pa-am SPRING , MILLINERY I I AN WOW OPENING A SPLENDID ' A ' Block of far i . . - - - Kibbontjar-; - Flower t ! French Pattern Bonnets; : And MiIliorf Goods of every description, wholev .- aaia aad retail. , . ' i : ' i i ' - .--'. ar. W-IUX3X1. jr. nAIaMEK'S eOSNKTICLOITfON M. opus tbe poroa of tha akin, aud allows that to paM off la lnaensiola oersDlratiaa which would otirerwiee aocontulata Dear tha surface. It la tho great ssin-aariuor of tna age. Mtariy tnirtoeo yeara' experience haa proved that pimp lee and other eruptions of the lace, latter, salt-rheum, r tug worm, aryaipelaa, aad every other Itch log and Irritating diaeaao of the akin, an relieved by a single aapU nation of thin great reined v, and in a short Uma efloctnally cured. Anaon fcir 4 Co., 47 Warren at., How York, aay j "As aoqualntaaoo of oars haa been cured by It of acaema oa both legs aud feet, alter having beaa arunovnoed luottrabie by phrat ciana la aud out of tha hitapiiai. Tha writer hta a) been ourd of tha aatue trouble, after having ww UAAA3 w cvuia uaua oi par lu.iwi guoiiths." . nu nooenia, or six pottiei for if WL r T' Will be aeut by ei preea to .uy part of the DnitW Kanulaoturur and Intoortor of Pt fa airy, . 31 West Vourtkagt.. OiitvtuuaiL ' A I-UMTHAT4K'rt BALE Olf HKAL iA fATIB. In pui-uance of an Order of oaio of ilia rrovaie toon oi naiuiiion iwaniy, uokt, ng direotad, we will ofl-r ft-r stt ou the preuiaee, at puuuo Rw nua. vm j t.oua k adiu w, 1001 , two 0'of''ok.P M , the foUovriuM dtmorihed tut of ground, sivnatoo la the Cvtinty of UauiUton mud the Btttte oi Uuio t i ue iraoi or parcoi oi laua Kuuwa ana deaig natad aa Lot nusuLairod Tweaty-Lwo i&) en tha tu n plat of the town of Lock. I aad, la said County Et liniiiiltoa and btato of Ohio, appraiaed at ona uiidred and aiaty doilara, fr-e of dowar. . . Terma of aale. one-third aashj balauo In obe and two years, wiu. iatoriNtt.securtx by mortgagaoB tna nrauuaea aota. . n. b. my is k in. ju., a 8 A BAH L MOERlH, ' ' Administratois of I he Aetata of fnkpa-dW W. B. Morris, daoaaas -WTOTICII I HRHB BT ' OITBN THAT f ui mu-viiiaw uAadi iMcu appoiuven an rj q u : : ooa a ammuMirmirur au in mui or II A,lsil A aju A.. xiaiAU. awe m abu, iou c-.iiniv, w--'-g. Is ..... tolAAj H. VUm, i vi WHMmAKii aaaawa m aana - liaii iw TIIE DAILY PRESS. Popular Advertisements. TU OMafawaai DsiLT Fa see at lae awaaewi etas a later aad smaVovaaeal As ev. TU fnaHiUm a etaaat Mm mUkm iaiifsa laborers aa mf an awas ewwIasiM aw4 oaaa. tutssrWieaisaai, saa- ply ia. .sapie mtth . usaasiMuwas svaioA Am only to ee pHed is ee HppHtr4mt4. ' A brirf .dVsrff.eavmt e. tht tM.1 Pa.ee plnrm lhobicl fieor tnoiy laeamMuls a both leAorers end employers, end a OKyere Md aefters. r Jauneeis Ce afteerMeMuna) map be reeefe las ales mr iae vaiLT t a tea, seated, and Mdreseea) le aaiaee aaiSMis ar enMafiere, WANTS! WANTS!! -If to want a get-rant., .drertls. In I THB DAJLT PBC8S. If fon want a Hons., adrertl.e to T1H PAItT PBC8S. If t on want t Bell any tblna. adrertle. la I TH1 DAILY PBB89. ' If ton wast to Bay any thins, ad rertlee In . ' TBI DAILY PBC88. In fact erery want can be enrolled by adrertlelnf It I - TUU AIL PBB88. City News. Tel largest home-made bread in the city can be had at Smith's Bakery, loath-east corner of Court and John. ' ap2J-f Td Parsnts. Go to Wm. Kent k Oo.'a. Fifth-trcet, east of Race, For children's shoes. I be are home mannfaetare, and cheap. Tai tnpplr of delicacies continnes at Rob ert Orr's, No. 11 West Fifth-street. Go there for Oysters, Baltimore shad, pickles, Jco. Mst.oro logical (Tbssrtations B f Henry Ware, No. 7 West Fourth-st, April 26 : 0'otocs'. JtaroMefer. Thm taiimsaer. T A. M 3D l Abo.eaero 0 It M 29 M Aboreaero 77 t. M.....M SO : . , Alxrre aero -77 ,. Bprikq Styli. Don't forget that the spring style of silk hats introduced by Phil. Endson, at 149 Main-street, below Fourth, is indispensable to a genteel outfit. Mom Cbiap Goods, Great bargains in fancy and Btaple dry goods at L. D. Oornor's old, reliable establishment, corner of Central arenne and Longworth. North-wEStsRW Horn Goards. All per sons desirous of forming a North-western Eome Guard, will meet at the Brighton EDgine-honse, tO-nipht. Sirmoh on TBI Cribis. ReT. M. D. Con way will preach a sermon on the subject of "Loyalty and Neutrality," at the First Con gregational Church, corner of Fourth and Race-streets, at eleven o'clock to-morrow. Tarost Hatch. The "Cincinnati Rifles" will meet at their armory, No. 92 West Fourth-street, to-day at two o'clock, and proceed to Mount Hope, for the purpose of practicing skirmishing and target shooting. ' w Garibaldi Guards. Ah Italian company, consisting of fifty members, has been formed in this city, and is drilling nightly at Hart's Building. As the company is not full, it is desirable that others should enlist. FURKRAL SIRMOH OR TBI IATB JCDSI McLiak. A sermon commemoratire of the late Judge McLean, of the Supreme Court of the United States, will be preached at Wesley Chapel, on to morrow morning at eleven o'clock, by Rer. D. W. Clark. D. D. . Southqati Hoosn Chang of Proprulori. By reference to an advertisement in another column, it will be seen that D. J. Bean, an old printer, has become proprietor .of the Southgata House. Mr. Bean will make an accommodating landlord, and we hope he will ba liberally patronised. Labor Armt ih ths Firld. One hundred and seventy- five companies of Ohio volun teers hare been accepted to go into immedi ate service. One hundred and thirty -seven have been accepted subject to future requlsl tion. Total, 312, making in all about 25,000 men. 't Sbirwir'b Battrrt. W. G. Sherwin hat enrolled 100 men for a battery of' Flying Ar tillery, and applied to tha Uenrew for ao ceptance. He is fully prepared to commence drilling as soon as they can be supplied with arms. If not accepted by the State, let the city supply them. We need at least four such batteries. ; ; Flas Prrsrbtatiokb To morrow the Franklin Guards will receive a finer flag, to be presented to them by their former asso ciatesthe printers in this city. A beautiful silk flag, with golden stars, and the motto "God and the Right," in scribed on its folds, is now on exhibition at L. C. BusU's, No. 118 Fourth-street, It waa procnredTjy a subscription of the citizens, and will be sent as a present to the Zouave Company, now at Washington. ' Mail Robbibt. Yesterday morning, a Clerk attached to the Blank Agency of the Post-office Department, and having access to the mailing room, was detected in the act of purloining a package of letters addressed to Ironton, Ohio, The letters were recovered from him before hehadanopportunityoftame paring with them. A warrant for his apprehen sion was sworiurat before United States Com missioner Halliday for the Southern District of Ohio, and he was taken Into custody by the United States Marshal, where he waived an examination, and was committed for trial. .V' m -. . ' Cap? aim J.- H. Patrick, of Company A, Highland Guards, in the name of the Com pany, returns thanks for the following lib eral donations: To Henry Nye for onetieroe of hams and cash collected by him, between $100 and $200; Bntterfield, Jennings k Clarke, for cash collected, over $100, and one English cheese, one box of cigars, and ona large box of tobocco, sent by a friend of theirs; J. B. Bell for $75 cash; Richardson Ellis (ot the "Caledonian Shades," ).for (rmu mtrablt favors; Smith McAlpih, one large cheese; Jas. Walker at Co., oae barrel of ale; T. HoGonnegal and friends, ona box of oranges and .one box of lemons ; and to thousands of other friends for favors which will not be forgotten. - ... i ei i v Arrival op Pbopissob Lows, Professor Lowe, the balloonist, ' who ascended from this city oa Saturday last, arrived here Yes terday morning. He states that ha started at fifteen minutes before four o'clock A. M., In the presence of, few friends, and, after getting fairly in the air, was carried nearly eastward by a gentle current, of wind, until he reached the valley which divides the Alleghanles from the Blue Ridge Mountains, when he lowered his balloon, at half' past Bine o'clock, at small village, aud Inquired the locality., The people, who had never be fore tees a balloon, were greatly frightened, and It , was soma time, befor they would hold any conversation with their strange visitor; . l - -' - , Having gained the Information he desired, he' proceeded on his coarse; bat as soon as ha; reached the mountain current ha was carried to the southward, and Anally landed short distanea north of Columbia, Boat Carolina, just before one o'clock, and about nine hours after his ascension. The dis tance graveled could not hava been leas than, 1,000 miles, so that ha must- hava moved at tha rate of more than 1) miles per hour. He was arrested once in South Carolina, as spy, but on Informing bis captors who he was, was dismissed. On two other occa sions he was closely questioned,' bat was finally permitted to proceed homeward. ? He la very much fatigued, having traveled day and sight, with but abort inUarrals for reet sine Uis departure oae waskage, J ..- Large Meeting at Union Hall—Shipment of Contraband Goods to Neutral States Denounced. la accordance with a carl published In the morning paper, at 1ert 5,000 persons as sembled at the Union Hall, on Vine-street, yesterday, to take into consideration the loV'iect of the shipment of contraband goods to tbe neutral States, and the course of the Stale and municipal authorities with refer enrt to the subject,' ' ' - On motion, Mr. Egglestoa was called to be Chair, andbefb.-e taking his place ex plained the ohject of tbe meeting ' so far as he Understood it. He remarked that he was bppoFed to the holding of many meetings in times like these; he was for action, not words. He referred to the visit of the Louis vllls Committee, and said that the members Spoke of the glories of the past, of the suffer ings on tbe River Raisin, and the victories of New Orleans, and eulogiced the American flag; but not one of them would commit himself to the support of the Constitution and the laws against rebellion. They were for Union, but did not confound it with the Government. They talk of neutrality, but that, is impossible. He loved Kentucky for what she had done, but he loved Ohio, and Maine,' and New York better, because they bad nobly re sponded to the call of the President for troops, to sustain the Constitution and the Government, in this hour of peril. Cheers Would you . not all have loved Kentucky more if she, too, had responded T Cries of "Yes, yes," and cheers. Do you not wish Kentucky had followed the example of Ohio and New York? "Yes." Kentucky can not remain neutral any more than Ohio; she will not be per mitted to stand as a barrier between the traitors and their deserters. When the Pres ident orders us to march through Kentucky to chastiEe the rebels further South, w will do it tremendous applause, and cries of " that's so "). Those States are not loyal who Impose even a passive resistance to the Government, and Kentucky must form no exception to the rule He would not let a musket, or an ounce of amunition or provisions go to Kentucky; we will know where their destiny is, if once tbey cross the river. In reference to Gov. Dennison's letter, he said that if that official had known the true state of the ease, he did not believe he would have written what he did. Lewis A. Allen and J. S. Menkin were elected Secretaries, and Dr. J. J. Qutnn, H. A. Edwards, J. S. Driver and Wm. A. McCalL Vice-Preaidenta. . On motion, the following committee on resolutions, expressive of the sense of the meeting, was appointed : ' Peter Zinn, John S. Perkins, Charles Thomas, John Pollock, Captain Tweed, N. Bartlett and Samuel Hirst. Pending the absence of the committee, Mr. Kirby took the floor, and made a few remarksm behalf of the Committee of Safety. He said that the Governor had united with a few interested merchants, who wished to make money by sending provisions to the South. For his part, be was for submitting to the authorities while they defended the people's rights, but when they fail to do this, they should hear an emphatio expression of tbepublie sentiment. The city authorities say they have no power to stop the contra band trade. Hisses. A few persons are for a neutrality here and in Kentucky, but that was nonsense. Every American who is not for his flag is against it, and the sooner the lines are drawn the better. Cheers If the civil authorities did not help in the movement, the people would take the matter in band, and, like Napoleon, end the war with a clap of thunder. Cheers. He ridi culed the "armed neutrality" of certain cititens of - Newport, and said that the patriotism which did not go beyond a single village was of little importance. - Cheers. He then assured the people that if they would stand by (he committaw, is. committee would do its duty. Cheers and cries of "We will," "wewill."J ' Mr. Eggleston said he believed the author ities would not interfere if they knew the public sentiment, and the people proceeded peaceably. Mr. Darr remarked that the Louisville committee were accompanied by merchants, who had made purchases of provisions on the strength of the permission of Governor Dennison, but that he, in company with committee, had waited on the sellers, and they had agreed not to send the articles; and he had likewise warned the railroad and steamboat companies not to transport pro visions, and they had agreed to comply. A number of persons engaged in tha commis sion business had consented to examine all boxes consigned to them before- reshipplng He said that it was too late to stand on form alities ; we must know that treason can be acted as well as written ; that a State may be in rebellion without having passed am ordi nance of secession. ' No provisions should be allowed to go to States which did not furnish troops to put down treason. Cheers. - General S. F. Carey said that in Louis villa expeditions in . aid of tha Southern Confederacy were fitted out openly, and tha men who pretended to be for the Union did not rebuke them. If there be Union men in .' Kentucky they should come out and let us know who they are. Unless they speak now they are traitors. We can only recog nize as friends those who are active for the Government. Let those who are " neutral" have neither aid nor comfort, Cheers. . ' The passage through all parts of the com mon country must be kept open.; Let Baltic more be laid in ashes, and Maryland con verted lnUf Free State, if this only will open the way to the Capital, Tremendous cheers. , ,-. - Our work is greater than that done by our farthers, for it is more difficult to sustain than to erect a Government. This rebellion must be crushed at any cost,. even if. tha country be converted into a howling wilder ness, to be inhabited by a better race of men. ' All Europe- la interested in this straggle. See with what ardor our adopted citUens engage la the contest, and they are a type of millions of Germans, Irish and English, who i watch every movement across tha water with eager interest j for as goes the victory here, goes tha causa of humanity every where. - We must vindicate tha capacity of man for sell government, and we Will do it, Cheers - - . Thav speaker was vehemently sheared at the close of almost every sentence. ; . . , Rev.M.D. Conway being called upon, Said: 11 y iYimdt mntt Fellow mm .-. I a in one of those who do not believe in an armed or any Other kind of neutrality. Applause A neutrality! Why. It reads like a village newspaper, neutral in political and religion I It is unworthy, attttrly unworthy, of a great Stat In this Confederacy to stand neutral, when the liberties of tha people are assailed and absolately in danger of deatntction. How would it do for any man to proclaim himself neutral and to fold his arma when bis mother was attacked by a bearf He saj-a 1 Will be neutral whea our dearest rights are assailed aha right of tha pple to elect their own President; to elect their own ora. cers; to carry forward their Government; not to have their officers Imposed upon them at the point of the bayonet and the colum-biad.- In aae of the old Hebrew poems, wa read that Orpah kissed her mother in-law. but Ruth cleaved unto her. Kentucky kissed the American .Mag, but Ohio and all true &tattv) cleave unto it Ioud cheering. . It seems we have had soma kissing going oa in this city some kissing of the American colura, W.U, it is vary easy to klaa. .Judas did it before, taught. But I belie that .we ahotU4ilu this tha bout of peril, ckavt on to it, and t mr tasd-rrerrt wranathla ptat, and defend It to tbe last. Tnose hills of ft en tricky 1 here they are commanding; Cincinnati. If Mr. Jefferson Davis should order aa army through Kentucky, what ana. u.r. i. aucn a rotii aa w sain, wm nan tncky would resist bis march. - ("Cries of "no trae," No such nonsense as that can be swe lowed down in a neighborhood where we have free schools, at leant.- Laughter. There would ant ba a los- laid acmes his rail road track. Cries of "That's so." Not one via would resist the march of bis army. Mr. Davis wonldsay: Yea, my dear Kentuckiana, that it what I want; all I want of you is, that yon remain neutral armed neutrality, if you like, so as you don't interrupt me. Cries of 'Thai's so."l Bnt I have' rot something to ray, and I have my pulpit to aav it in. There I can say what I winb, and i ao not reel line making an extended speecn bere to-day. I will say to you, however, that there Is In such a time as this no medium between loyalty- and treachery. (App)aose. There is no middle ground in the contest. There is no fenoe now. Tbe ftiate of Kentucky can not sit on the fence, for it has got so sharp each side that it will rat her in two if she attempts to sit on it. luiugnter.j -r Mr. Zinn then came forward with the fol lowing report, unanimously recommended by the Committee on Resolutions : Jletolmd: That wa have read with tha moat profound regret the letter of Governor Dennison to Mayor Hatch, Inasmuch as there can no longeT be any reasonable doubt in the minds ef all citizens loyal to the Union, that the arms and provisions being shipped southwardly, are forwarded under ''such cir sumaiantif evidence as to create a moral certainty of an intention to use them against tti ;" end that it is now too late to draw nice distinctions between open rebellion and armed neutrality against the Union, . - Setolvtd: That while we are ready, in case of necessity, to peril our lives and prop erty in defense of tbe Union men of Ken tucky, tbat tbe movements of troops from that State, the correspondence between the rebels and her Governor, her open refusal to respond to the call for troops in behalf of the Union, and other acts of disloyalty on the part of many of her prominent men, ad monish us to prepare for her onen Secessson in cue of any considerable reverse to tbe Union caun in any part of the country, and that every prudential consideration requires us su prepare lor sen ueiense; "lo trust in God, and keep our powder dry." - Itesolved: That tbe measures of the com mittee of the Home Guard deies-aten. and of the citizens at home, in refusing to forward arms and provisions southwardly, are highly patriotic and precautionary, and deserve the approval of all Union men; and that they be earnestlv reauested to continue tli.tr endeavors to rentier aid and comfort to their country. tittolvti: ibat a committee often citizens be appointed to wait upon tbe Mayor, and urge a suspension of all shipments of arms and provisions until further information In regard thereto is received from the National and State Governments. JCetolved: That committee of ton elti. sens, and as many others as choose to accom pany tnem, proceed to Columbus imme diately, and respectfully, but firmly, request Governor Dennison to reconsider the terms of his letter to Mayor Hatch, and to lake measurea for the prevention of any further shipments southwardly of all articles contra band of war. Retotoed: That the Home Guards of the several wards be requested to name ten good, responsible men in each ward, to act with the organized committee in carrying out the objeot of this meeting. The resolutions were adopted with loud .cheers. Tbe following additional resolutions were then adopted : Setolvid i That, in the sense of this meet ing, "armed neutrality," bv any State of this Union, t rieiiin to the G'overnnuntl Raolmtd : That any man or set of men in Cincinnati or elsewhere, who knowinirlv ..it. ur amp. one ounce oi nour or pouna oi provisions, or any arms or other articles ii u: r a . wbicb are contraband of war, to any person or any State, which has not declared its firm determination to sustain the Government in the present crisis, is a traitor and deserves tbe doom of a traitor. Setolved: Tbat if the Union men of Ken- tlllb-w will nt a nit Kw hm fl- a- -"-- J ... uu ung VI If Ml UUUUHJj we will stand by and defend them now ana wnen tne war is over. ; . . ( . Messrs. Captain Coe, Captain , Lewis A. Allen, P. B. Baker, Judge Woodruff, N. D. Menkin, Dr. J. M. McKence, Captain Trow, Judge Parker, Charles Thomas and Judge Oliver were appointed a committee to go to Colsmbua to -are;. Oovernot Dennteon td modify his positions, as assumed in his letter to the Mayor. .... The subjoined resolution was offered by Dr. Jordon, and adopted with great applause: Retolved: That it is the opinion of this meeting mat no more troops should be marcnea round tne city or .Baltimore. - The following is the committee to wait on the Mayor: . . - H. M. Bates. J. W. Fitiirerald. H. A. Ed wards, H. Kiersted, A. P. Copen, George L. jobDsion, j. u. uavis, u. ttoyce, At. Jackson, A. W. Gilbert. . . ..... "The members of the committee are re quested to meet at the Metropolitan Build ing, on Walnut and Ninth-streets, at nine o'clock, on Saturday, April 27. ' BlBIXXSS MlR'S PBATBB-aTMTIHU AT SatrTB k Nixon's Hall. The meeting yesterday morning was opened by reading tbe 4th chapter of the 1st epistle general of John. The request of a family in trouble was presented for prayer. The only surviving daughter of Ex-President Harrison sent the same request for a son whom she had long ago consecrated to Christ, and whom she lately consecrated to the service of his coun try. A mother and son alo asked prayers for a son and brother now absent from borne. Some striking facts were related by one present, showing the possibility of entire religious consecration and military teal being combined in the same person. A company of volunteers had been formed in a small villagethe location of a College and Theo logical School which - contained 160. pro fessed Christians. - He had never witnessed greater religious devotion in any people than in these volunteers. Their language to their friends in parting was, " We go not ex pecting to return."' The speaker's prayer was that God might work through them in their military occupation $ that there might be found one immense camp-meeting, from which should result the glory of God. . ' Tbe attendance was about the same aa usual. To-day will be held tha children's meeting. ," , ' . . t ' TTT Mi i i - p. Fourth Ward Bomb Guarrs. At a meet ing of the Fourth Ward .Home Guards the following officers were elected: Captain, G, W. 0. Johnston; First' Lieutenant, Joseph Boatmen; Second Lieutenant, A. Hams; Third Lieutenant, Dennis MuCoy; First Ser geant, J, M. Johnston; Second Sergeant, Jan. Myers; Third Sergaant, John Litten; Fourth Sergeant, Jas. t MoCafferty; Fifth Sergeant, 0, 8. Maguira. 'A communication waa received from Dr. P. F Maley, tender ing his services to the families of those who have enlisted in the "ward for the defease of their country, free of charge. 1 Also, one from S. M. Ayert, giving medicines free of charge to the same parties, which were both accepted. . ... . Tiasa Bulbs. The' Tiger Rifle is the name of a company just organized, composed of many of our most prominent citizens. They are armed. with Colt's army revolvers, aqd numbers fifty men.'' At the election last evening, the following oflioers were chosen; Captain,' F. P. Cablll j First Lieutenant,' H, 8. BJalcbford ; Second Lieutenant, W, li. Patterson ( First Sergeant, I. O. Schooley ; Second Sergeant, James ' T. ; Williamson j treasures, M. H. Ludwkk.i ... 1 . - t . ' . ' -.! - FirrsssTB Ward Horn Goards. Ooaa. pny B of the Fifteenth Ward Home Guards held a meeting last evening, and elected the following officers: Captain, Cbaa. A. Reader; First Lieutenant, William.' D.Dalton ;, Second Lieutenant,' JameeT Causing, jr4 Third Lieutenant, Samuel. JloOune; Ensign, WiU liam Stihlelmyer.1 . '.-Ji '.':",.L' THE WAR EXCITEMENT. Meetings in the Country—A Breckinridge Democrat Mobbed in Louisiana—Miscellaneous Matters. , Meetings are held nightly la various part of tbe county, end military companies are being organized with great rapidity. To show the spirit every.where prevalent, tha following reports are subjoined: ' MEETING AT MONTGOMERY. citizens of Montgomery and vicinity aatera bled tn mati to take steps for the organiza tion of a Home Guard. , Tbe meeting was called to order, and 0. Constable, Esq., appointed Chairman, and J. E. Brown Secretary. The following gentlemen were appointed committee to draft resolutions: George Ceist, Rev. McKlnney, L. Eastrfge, J. E. Naylor and J. C. Hnnt. ' . After a brief retirement, tha following were reported and unanimously adopted: WbrrbaSI The Government of the United States has been assailed by traitors at home, and the rebellion having euroroed such mag nitude ss to require the President to call upon all loyal citizens to aid in enforcing tbe laws and to preserve the flag of their country from the base insults now being offered it. Therefore, be it - Retolved: That we heartily indorse and approve the act of the President in calling upon the patriots of the country to defend its honor, and to maintain its integrity and perpetuity, tbat the blessing of this Free Government may be preserved for genera tions yet to come. Reiolvtd: Tbat we are devoted to the cause of tbe Union, the Constitution and the enforcement of the laws as they now exist. Retolved: That we feel It alike our duty as well as our privilege to respond to the call of our country in such manner as we can in the present crisis of our national affairs. Retolved: That all who can consistently leave heme should feel it their duty to enter tbe regular service of their country at once, that their help may be afforded at those points where most needed. Retolved: That we now form a eomnany, to be called tbe Montgomery Minute Guard, wbicb all are Invited to join, and which is hereby pledged to do duty in any part of the county of Hamilton, at the caU of the proper authorities.. Messrs. 0. Snyder, L. Bernard, and J. 0. Hunt were appointed Recruiting Com mittee. ' Messrs. M. Rosbrook, A. Walker,' J. 0. Ross, C. Constable, and John Todd com mittee to procure arms and equipments. Patriotic addresses were made by Messrs. W. B. Kennedy, Rev. McKinney, Goe. Crist, and others. After which the names of fifty were en rolled aa members of the Home Guard. UNION MEETING IN MILFORD. At a meeting of the citizens of Milford and vicinity, held on Saturday evening, April 19, in Kugler's Hall, the following resolutions were adopted : ' Wbsrbas, A number of the States of this Union are now in open rebellion against the Federal Government, refusing ooedieoce to its Constitution and laws, unlawfully seizing its property, besieging and capturing its forts, and threatening to invade the Capital of tbe nation and our own State, Retolved: That we, the citizens of Milford and vicinity, without distinction of party, cordially and enthusiastically approve of the determination of the Federal Government, in this crisis of ournational affairs, to enforce the Constitution and laws of tbe Unior, and ibat we offer in itasnpport tbe pledge-of "our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor." - - Retolved: Tbat it is our duty to organize Immediately a Home Guard for the protec tion of our families and property, the de fense of tbe National Flag, and the mainte nance of the Federal Government. Retolved: That in this orisia we know but nothing our country, and reoegoize ni enemies in any State but our oountry's foes. Retolved: That we adopt for our motto tbat noble sentiment of tbe illustrious patriot and statesman, Daniel Webster " Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and insen arable." ' Retolved: That tha name ot those who wish to enlist in tbe service of their country be enrolled to-night, .and that the company so firmed ba styled the Milford Home Guard. Retolved: Tbat the proceedings of this meeting be published in the papers of Cler mont and Hamilton Counties. . Ninty persons enrolled their names for the Home Guard. Twenty-five enlisted for im mediate service under Captain Smyaor. The meeting then adjourned to meet Monday evening, to elect officers and drill. - BRECKINRIDGE DEMOCRAT MOBBED IN LOUISIANA. " i IBIABA. M. H. Cook, a Breckinridge Democrat of this city, narrowly escaped with hi life, a short time since, from Louisiana, simply because be was a Northern man,. He man aged to jump on boat which neared the shore, at the place designated for his execu tion, while the attention of the crowd was directed another way. IMPORTANT ACTION OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE HOME GUARD. At meeting this morning of the Com mittee of Publio Safety and Home Guard, held at their room, 141 Main-street, the fol lowing series of resolutions were unani mously adopted: Wbbrbas; It is b well-settled principle tbat "those who are not for us, are against us, snd as tba General Government of the United States is threatened with destruction by armed rebels and traitors within many of the Southern States, and ha called upon the several States for troops to aid in put ting down rebellion, and sustaining our na tional flag; and, whereas, several of our Sister States, by their properly constituted authorities, have positively refused all aid to tbe General Government in this, its hour ot greatest need, and have permitted the enrollment of citizens tor the purpose of fighting the battles of those States in armed rebellion to tbe Government of the United States; therefore, Retolved: Tbat trna patriotism and self preservation demands that we sheuld take prompt and efficient measures to prevent all shipments of arms or munitions of war, and all produce and provisions to ail port of the disloyal States. ... , Retolved: That we earnestly caU upon every true lover of his' country to refrain from shipping articles, aa above described, and, also, to report to this committee any and all parties of whom he may bare knowledge aa shipping, or intending to ship, any of the articles above mentioned ; and Ruohndr Further, that the eitizens of each ward be, requested to report to this committee ten reliable and prompt citizen who will aid this coqniitee in carrying out the above objects. . .j J. . . , .. Tba Chairman was instructed to report the above action of the committee to the meeting to be held at the hall of the German. Institute, at eleven o'olock. .. ;. ; i -.. f ' " aw ) '1 1 is- " ' ' , i .- i.u . Mujtabt ArroiRTMBOT.J. H Bates, of this' city, ba been .appointed a Brigadier General of the Ohio "Volunteer Militia, called ir-to service- under tba requisition of tha. President, aad will relieve Oan. Ly tie in tha command W Camp Harrison, havlng "been notified to ttbat effect by Major Genera McLeljaad, , .. ... . - V ,,'.', ' BlatMSALA 'very gay and apparently happy bridal party, arrivaii at thaSpaaoet House, an evening or two since, from Jessa mine County, Kentucky, and were married la the drawing room of that Hotel. , They did not seem to bars in their own case any fear of eeceasioa, or to bold, In these rebellious liraes' the idea Cat advanced to tb lover of hi daughter; Barcisi.'- " ' J r -'-m -i - -.. Tbb LorjisTiLLa Dblmattob. Most of tha Louisville Peaba Delegation left their quar ters at the Spencer House yesterday and re turned homo, though several of tha Kan. tuck lass remained behind, to take a look at the wr preparation's in our city., j i. ." " " i HoTOmaaoa, at JUQ Tine-street, ha ra-, calved Vanity; Fair, tha Budget of Fua, Frank Leslie1 Illustrated Newspaper, House, hold Journal and Wayerly, all tta this week. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT. John flit'lte a, ft. McOrwgor, aaslgnaa of Milne k Co. Judge Sloter heard this caae In mom No. 1 It came up oa exceptions to certain It.ms in tba account of the assignee, the manpenaattoa) allowed to tna 4rk f j said aaaignaevJ. Darr, jr and to lawyers' fees, o. ..... Mr. Darr stated (hat he was' one of the principal clerks In the banking-Donee of f iln k C'Oj, aad at the time of the Winding nn of their bneiMaa, had his salary fixed at 4,000 per annum. Tbe assignee ratified tbts appointment, and continued him aa clerk for two years and three months. ' Tbe witness named several alaces ha had to viait in connection with the business of tbe estate, one of the point being Baltimore. Conrt Did you pass througbt " ' ' ' ' 1 ' Witness I did; and if I take a hand In this war I may bave to do so again. M r. D. was on the stand for about an hour, and wa examined on behalf of plaintiff by Cob Henderson, and by R. M. Corwine on the other side. . After partly hearing the testimony, the Court adjourned further bearing until Monday. EMANcrrATRo. A mulatto woman, aged thirty-three years, named Mary Jane Cain, formerly the slave of Mary Taylor Key (widow of Francis 8. Key), in the Districtof Columbia, received her emancipation papers. It sppeared she bad been brought to this State by her mistress (since deceased) elevea years ago, and has resided here ever sinoe then. In Room No. 2, before Judge Hoadley, the rase ot Walker vt. Walker, referred to in former-report, was still in progress. PROBATE COURT. elected to take under tbe will of her deceased husband, Jesse Cunningham. J. Swift k Co. filed a deed of assignment to Henry Simpkinson. Bond, $2,600. COVINGTON NEWS. Grard Cilibratiob or thb Establish- BRUT Or TBB Ordrr OF I. O. O. F. IR THB Uhitid States. Yesterday being the forty second anniversary of tbe establishment of Oddfellowsbip in tbe United States, waa celebrated by the lodges and encampment of the three cities of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport in a grand united procession. All the lodges in each city were represented. The Cincinnati procession was formed on Sixth-street, and proceeded thence west to Elm-street; south on Elm to Fourth; east on Fourth to Vine ; south on Vine to Cov ington Ferry Landing. Tbe Newport procession formed at the Oddfellows Hall, and - proceeded to the Covington Bridge. The Covington procession formed at their ball at half-past one o'clock P. and marched down Fifth street to Scott, down Scott to Fourth, on Fourth to the Licking Bridge, where the lodges were received from Newport; thence down Garrard to Front, down Front to the Ferry Landing, where tbe lodges were received from Cincinnati, at two o'clock ; thence up Scott to Third, down Third to Madison, up Madison to Pike, out Pike to Bank Lick, on Bank Lick to Elev enth, on Eleventh to Madison, down MadL son to Eighth, on Eighth to Scott, down Scott to Sixth, on Sixth to Greenup, down Greenup to Fourth, on Fourth to Newport, up Madison to Columbia, along Columbia to Jeffeison, up Jefferson to York, up York to Tibbatts, out Tibbatts to Monmouth, down Monmouth to Mayo, out Mayo to Saratoga, down Saratoga to Jefferson, along Jefferson to Monmouth, down Monmouth to the river, along the river to York, on York to Belle, vue, down Bellevue to the Bridge, where the different lodges returned to their respective halls.- - The Cincinnati procession arrived at Sixth and Walnut-streets about half-past fire o'clock, when they dispersed. The numoor in the procession eras between 1,000 and 1,100. of which about 700 were from Cincinnati. Tbe remainder were about equally divided between Covington and Newport. Seven different bands attended tbe procession, play ing the different national airs on the route. The Star spangled Banner was carried at the head of each Newport and Covington di vision ; those of Cincinnati were preceded by the banners of their order. The Cincin nati procession was conveyed acroai tna Ohio in two ferry-boats, both being crowded. On landing, the Newport and Oovington procession parted and allowed them to march through, all parties doffing their hats in friendly recognition. Tbe same action was reversed aad performed alternately at different points on tha route. Newport and Covington were each represented by (bar InHoaa aim! nn. sSMtenni.n The celebration was considered by all who witnessed it aa the finest exhibition of the kind ever witnessed in this city. It is ear nestly hoped that it may have a salutary .fleet tn nmrltinino iwwiit ImaI!,. lutn.. n wt "W the citizens of the three places. , ', . How to Display Unior Frtuso.-In passing throagh the streets daily, we do not lliBMl... mr .... IT.tAfl O .. AnlHI. mm mmm &wttiwu uage 'J 1 lJ X o W. the people of Kentucky : .1. . m .11 .1 : . 1 .1 , 1 .' viu iu attej ail uisbrnsh ui vuoir 1UJBUVJ uy the Union, tbey can best do so by display ing the stars and stripes. . . [COMMUNICATED.] [COMMUNICATED.] SUPT'S OFFICE, C., H. & D. R. R., CINCINNATI, April 26, 1861. : Impressions having gone out that train would be run on this road to the Camp Grounds, next Sunday, I wish so state in your paper that such is not the case, as no trains will be run. Yours, respectfully, D. McLAREN, Superintendent. , Obsarizatior ov-tbb Woodward Guards. At a meeting of the Woodward Guards, yesterday afternoon, Mr. Augustus C. Paul, of Newport, was unanimously elected Cap tain of the corps. He is a graduate of the Kentucky Military Institute, and a thorough soldier. This company is now ready for active service, and safe to go into camp in few day. : -. A Virginia View of Its Opponents at the North. ! highly-grammatical haad of" IKAo We Have to Fight," indulges in this highly-elegant invective: Tbe proceedings of tha brutal mobs in Fbilatleluhia. New York. Ac, ar of course what might be expected of those sewers into which tbe whole world has poured it super fluous filth and scum. The action of these church-burning, flour-plundering, swinish groundling, baa no terrors for any but their Northern masters, tha cowardly conserv atives, or conservative cowards, who sue cunibed at the. first onset of their wbit slaves. It is not only easy, but deliehtfuL. for bestial and craven natures to be ferocious and bloodthirsty where there is no danmr. and Philadelphia, New York, Ac, being sun posed to be perfectly secure from bombard ment, or course tne nogs, wolves, nyeuas, Ac , bad it all their own way. . But upon the barbarians who comnose the lower order of the Northern cities, and wno are niucn interior in numanity and rav finrment to African negroes, it is a waste of ammunition to exhaust a tingle invective, The groesnes and bastialitiea of these "lewd fellows of tbe baser sort" are all upon the surface, and therefore, bad a they arc, they ar not a contemptible a their master. With some exception, the wealthy classes of the Northern cities are reptiles who have emerged from, tbe -aama Stygian mud ia w bich tba mora demonstrative and Bneleaa mob ar now wallowing, aud I auwiae differ from them except in their wealth, whisk has no power to confer elevated seae. ti menu or purity of character. . , . . (Jona.uue.ntlv. as ibeis own BawSDaner testify, the classes of those ailiei sailed oou- ervanva, wuicn it nut aaouier name lor men of money, are the most depraved and ignorant of auy society In the world which pretends to social ele'atioa and icfiucnoe. It h) believed that J'aria, I ita worst days, never equaled the corruption of sociaiy among the iiwhionalle Sihaaae la tke NurUu ern cities. '-. j -... " For true conservatism we hava the most profound respect, and Heaven forbid that, la forming a new Alovarataant, tha-. South should leave rots 'or branch of tW aocarMd levelling and agrarian.'- spirit which has brought this country to. its nreaant ruin, But for the whitad political and moral Svn olthres of tbe North, tai ltd conservatives, Simply because tbey have money in their purses and seek to conserve it at the coat of a sanon s peace and nappiuess, we nave no sentiments but those ax profound, loathing suit auuutntun. 1,! j - rt ' ' ' . Thb Attack ob For Pickbrb. Thnr. dav' Louisville (Kt.) Journal tarsi -- Paymaster Chamber, ' of - Alabama, ' at ' Mootntnery, direct front fensacoia, reports that Gen. Bragg is not ye ready to make aa attack on Fort Pickens, and he does not think it likely that or. will be made soon. Between fir and six thousand Confederate troops Bow invest tha fortification." ' '-- - j :yuX . .' 'i ....... ...v. n ... North. RIVER NEWS. Hphlo to ini reading here Wpidly, bnt , 1 less SO than it ba been, having declined - - - daring tb twnty-fonr hour ending last evening some four fret, leaving B channel depth at thl point, sccording to (he Watr- work report, of aboot tweaty-four feet, , . , The river at Pittsburg was falling yesterday, - - with terts feet water tber. " " " ' "' The weather continued very pleasant here ,' . H yesterday, tbongh the temperature wa higher tbaa for two Says previous, and ln! the sun It Was quite hot;' the atmosphere giving indication of rain.- - Business on th Landing was still do- , ddedly dull, though the Wharf wa partially ' oevered with freight. No boats of conse quent ar going out, and none forth lower i ports, except the Lon$rille mail packet. . 'K Rate of freight rule as follow, quotation ,.,r In many instance being nominal: . ' PRrAeaW'.Ootwm, TA..I etolaaew an flrnrar, faa. t f Cr limit..! whisky, one.; Flour. Soc.. mK 7 ira, 4OC.1 Ponnd rrelahu. We. per ins aoama. '-4. fcle. JHrls.--HeaTT Ponnd rretfflica, aoo. pmt 101 , Wharitr end Oil, SC Rer barrel: autre, IMu Ala, ' ', r SOe. per hrl. S-ammrille. WTileRv en A" Oil, Son. er Barrel. ' ' '' , 1 tWre.-Whlenr and Oil, W. par barrel; Poaaw 1 irdwitM. mm;, wmr iw pminna . H-ekrill- Vonnd Krelgljte. SSJSIfto.: Drr Ooorla. -IVnnd Krelgljte. asflMo.: Dry Ooorla, a. 6e., Oil, Hho 8.t! Al.SSe.j Flnur.ello! "tf is Jiteer. Pound I rfdahta, 7 VPr brU t a , and f 1 frr polo la aboYe, w tai.kj.Sj " 'lonr, il so. .srtratwtf I tittle Book UV. Iln. -. IUV., VII, " -) M1, 412 VI. rionr. vew iree. wnisst, ft: uimiuij row, StaJ t Pork, 7.V.; Feoon in bhda., Sue., and oth-r Pound ITrelrrite, tyyfttno. per 100; Lard in .tic .,-.') sees. Ar., s- per luo; Horses. (12 a Lewi-, fca- ' .. chinerj,7ae.eie. - . r '-it Yesterday' Louisville paper observe .'a -i . The River i (till falling very fast, with? " twelve and a half feet water In tbe canal , p i last evening by the mark. On the fall there were about two feet steamboat water. '- During th previous twenty-four hours the M river had fallen about three feet at thai I wharf. Tbe weather haa continued clear- k and quite pleasant, j Tbe Neptune left Memphis Tnesday, and : the Glendale left Wednesday for the Ohio. '. Tuesday' Appeal ba the following : ' Th River is rising somewhat more rapidly t than on Saturday, and ia within twenty , . , inches of high -water mark. Business was ,- , rather active jesterday. Tbe weather waa , fine and warm, and dust U beginning to be ' . troublesome. Capt. Dnrbio, of the Little ; , Rock, which arrived in tbe city last evening, , reports the Arkansas River failing fast, and' j tbe Mississippi running over the banks,, where not protected by levees. ' , Monday's New Orleans Cretcent has th , ' following Summary of receipt during the- week: .:- The receipts of the leading articles of sta- , ' 1 pie produce per these arrivals, we recapitu- . 1 late as follows: Cotton, 10,207 bains; suar, 4,396 bhds. and brls.; molasses, 5.406 Oris.: . ' tobacco, 2,683 bhds.; flour, 38,938 brlsj '' T wheat, 6,168 sacks; corn, 175,121 sacks; oats, ' " 1 13,498 sacks; pork, 6,480 brie, and tierces: bacon, 2,531 tierces and casks; whisky, L14J ,.. brls ; hay, 6,454 bales, and 4,446 hides. . , Teaterday' St. Louis Repullicm re- 7 mark: . i. f : j The River here hi nearly stationary. The ' r Mississippi River is rising from Keokuk' ' down. The River at Keokuk was rising ' pretty apidly when tbe Hannibal City left. ' ' The Illinois River is falling slowly, and bank - - full. The Missouri River is falling from ' T Leavenworth down, and in good Btage. - - The weather continue very fine, and bad- ' ' ! ness on the levee was dulL' ( Arrivals yesterday were the Ameriens and - ' Belle Peoria, from Illinoie River; J. HI f Smith, from Tennessee River: Belle of Mem- phis, from Memphis; Hannibal City, front' 't( Keokuk; Clara Hine, from Dubuque; City ' of Alton, from Alton, and Morrison, Alonso : ' ' Child and Nebraska, from New Orleans. ' "' ' STEAMBOAT REGISTER. Hsdison: to.ir.olla, lareille: Madison, N.w Or- ' trans; J. B rurd, Lonis.llle:-Jaoub Poe. 81 line is: , f hellanca, Pitulmr.; Bi-lla Greote, Ht. !nis;Bee- i ton. Bis Handrj Ida Mar, fia.hr Ills; lAucaetar hel. Werllle V Slrtai-- Jeoo. Rtr-eeeT, Loalsrille; rosea ; .n, Madison; Masnolia, Mareauile; So. to a. tr Baear t anoaeter No. 4, Nerlrie ; . B y,rd, ' ' JcjIi toe, Pitubvirt ; Prairie Evee, Ureas Waa.au. J ' : " What the Union Men in Kentucky Advocate. '' Yesterday's Loulsvilf Journal ebeerree : We are 'in'' fkvor''of' bavins; Kentucky armed, and armed effectnally, as loon as ' ! this can be done according to the regular : ' J form of law armed, aot for aggression, - , not for-participation in the mfsreable war " '! between the North and tbe South, but for4 tbe maintenance ef her position of neutrality -between tbe warrrng sections and' for the' "' expulsion of all invading belligerents from ' ' ' her borders. Certainlv wa would haRn. . - ' tucky armed, but we do not well know bow to exnort ner upon tniaaiilv.es refauti Dee trsTing, as the Courier does, the fact thatsba is now comparatively unarmed, an 6 a tbe Courier says "defenseless." . And we may all set about Inquiring how,! in the present state of sectional jeaTousiit and suspicions,' the work ot arming her ia to be accomplished. ' We may well inquire where we are to procure the arms even if a half or a whole million be raised to pay for tbem. Isy before yesterday wo heard- a very handsome premium offered for every Sharped rifle tbat should be furnished here, and the 4 o-entleman.-to whom the offer waa made, de- ' tormined to go to New Tork at once and try - to procure tbe articles wanted. - " " "1 But he might a well spar, himself the et-' ; '' pense and trouble of the journey, for, since ' ' tbe raising of troops to fight against the U. ' '' 1 S. Government under the Hag of tbe South- 1 '" ern Oontedercy, has been not only tolerated ' "': but openly encouraged in Kentucky, and ""1 since all tbe disunion organs in Kentucky " have proclaimed that the wiH, within the -' briefest practicable time, enroll herself aa a ' member of tbat Confederacy, ber people -' -Jiat e not the slightest earthly chanoe of ob- " taining rifles or any other munition of war -from New York or any other non-lavehold- ' tng State in the country. The purchase cam ' '' not be made la any one of those State, and, 11 even if it could, tbe transportation could by ' no jxiesibility De enecteo. - t a ' W here, then, are arms to be had to relieve ' Kentucky from what the Courier tells the -world is her "defenseless" condition? Cer- tainly not from Virginia, for .Virginia' own ' -. people, according to authentic statements In ' ' her own Secession organs, are unarmed to a most deplorable extent, , having neither -, rifles, muskets, powder, nor the materials of which powder ia made, and being, since the - 1 destruction of the works at Harper's Ferry, without a tingle establishment in' which Small urn can ba manufactured.' - ' . There is not now, o far aa we know or believe, a Military manufactory of small arms in any on. of th tiaveholding Statea) and, although the troop in- aeveral of these States have a considerable quantity of arm seized from- United Statee forts, armories, arsenals, &e.,'they have by no means eaousrh for their own purposes, and certainly none i s to spare ton. unaouDieuiy tne people of the South and of the Border fcitetea, instead ' of depending,- as they have always done, -"'4 upon the North for all the munition ot at war, should establish manufactories of arm ic! within their own borderer but this would d ri require so much time tbat none will areata - of undertaking it in tbe way of prvDarsUioa 'til (or the terrible exigency that is how upoa us. . j -1 f . ;v.'t re l at . U ..ii 0 t , ' 1 a- i.e. . , VlBOlBIA COMPUMIHT TO AROLmoBUVR.. :. nt The-Richmond (Va.)- Danatck aayst "In AboJuioniM proper are we ruling spirit of.' lo tha Morth. Booaer r later, tiiev- alwava carry their point. -Th.y dosarve to rule, fortv they have more determination of soal, mere -ni OOBvietionof principle, more persistsney ot- -l purpose ana lutmamttj os pauwioD, auaa tne 1 clafse called eonservative-wboae intereu Bra eJways their sole thought, and who a weigh every act by its promisee of gain." ,.,t A. PniMMTH ATOH'el H4I.B UWMKAI. A tal'll S. In nurettaui-e ol ua oidr ot ai.pi im atent and lyiuxpf tit. Probata t)ust t 11 .(UMiua Couutr. (jhtu, 1 atill otter Iih- ea'a, at PuLttlo Aoo- n.ll, on IKI1AV, t.eiHihaar of aw, leal, at it .'Uoek A, tLt tUe luuotsaue deauclie4 M aci,.ua, tiuu. ta it,. Koinnua or rue iHrun-ii,i.. tn I in .- B- ti . .. . All that pho. or pareel of land situated I. tna' eonnty ot fiamlltoa ait. ul llluo, li ms In ilia iatll. VUt UU let til HUUU tt'ltt 1. tiilKll.'.U,, sliip, aecoua fraftioutl r.i-Ke of the !t1iuii Pur chase I and beia tba norrtb bartetf lciS t'X -et, O. tlt.saaptiaMhiilvii. itt ii,. 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