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PAH," j-MW(f mimtfmt It BAR. . r--. . WrBrtTAOt.l ,, ,i, Th. rosts en th. Pill.T FRX88, at any Poit roa At I' Host of Olo, It lev, oVnta sor bnertar, of this BBov,Hi-yBb! In advanea, alfAe OJXtokn The Fostatye ee alas la M oaala per.tterter, at tare swathe, payable In advance, mi las 'flat of efeNearp. ' ' ' IMMORTALITY OF BEAUTY. IMMORTALITY OF BEAUTY. BY J. H. ELLIOT. A peantlftil nan, ma a bright snnmer day, . Fflt a Vittm anawlve; d'-.p at Its h.art ; t droafied lu ariad petals ana failed ewajy'.';, And acett red Ita rate leaves apart. . j ' A bceailfut life, on a baaiiiirnl day, Vl'ent (mt On a tentlful ath, ' ' 'i ' And a beautiful formi,! ran like flay . Slept beaulilBily Without breath. The srtB.ttid Ikes pnnMI whin the fragrant iW a', . ... . t Drank an anwnatH eeima that hoar. -Tata it " " '" "ulaaa AneTtb.WlnnlmneTteJnnwnr. ' The beaatlfiil part of tbet Iteeatlfal lira ., Float.dliptothebnautilul.ky; And feel in auala alia an In Unite feaeey Thatabeautilni thlo can ausSie. , , i The Heroine of Harriet Beecher Stowe's New Novel—Description of "Agnes of Sorrento. Tb JHlimtit open Chapter of Mrs. fitows's new story, iiN q Sorrento, and the heroine of the UI U thus in trod need I ' " The wttinpT snnbeiinif slant over the An tique gateway of Sorrento, faiinif into e-oldra bronze tb brown freestone vestment of old Saint Antonio, who, with hie heavy atone mlttr end upraised bands, has fjr ten turiciiept watch therenpoo. A quiet time be baa of it np there in tbe golden Italian air, in petrified act of bleaslnff, While orange lichens and green moMee from year to year embroider quaint pattern! on tbe seams of. his sacerdotal vestments, and small tastels of grass volunteer to ornament tbe folds of his priestly drapery, and golden showers ef bloswnis from some more hrdy nlant fall from his ample sleeve-cuffs. Little birds perch endchitter and wipe their beaks nnconoerted'y, now on the tip of his now And now on the point of his miter, while the world below ores on its way pretty ranch as it did wbt-n the good stftnt u alive, and, in tUspairof the human brotherhood, took: to preaching to the birds and the fishes. Wboevt-r passed beneath this old arched gateway, thus saiaWguarded, in the year of our Lord's gtace , might have seen under its shadow, Bitting opposite to a stand of golden orange?, tbe little Agnes. A very pretty picture was she, reader, with euch a face as Jou some times see Fainted in those wayside shrines of sunny lia'y, wht-te the lamp burns pale at evening, and gfllj flower and cjclauiea are renewed with fjvtiy morning. Sfce might hare been fifteen, or there Abonts, but was to small of stature that she seemed jet a child. Her black hair was parted in a white unbroken seam down to the high forehead, whose serious arch, like that of A cathedral door, spoke of thought and prayer. Beneath the shadows ot tuts brow lay brown, translucent, eyes, into whose thoughtful depths one might look as pilgriuis gue into the water of some saintly well, cool acd pure dowa to the unblemished and st the bottom. Tbe small lips bad A gentle compression which indicated a repressed strength of feel ing; while tbe straight liaeof tbe noes, and the flexible delicate nostril, were perfect as in tbeee sculptured fragments of the antique which the soil of Italy so often gires forth in t ha day from the lenulchres of the oast. The habitual pose of the head And face had tbe (by uplouking grace of a yiolet; and yet there was h crave tranouilitr of expression,. which gave a peculiar oegree of character to the whole figure. At the moment at which we hare called your atteDtioia, tbe fair head is bent, the long eye-lashes lie softly down on the pale, smooth chick;, for the Are Maria bell is mounding from the Cathedral, of Sorrento, And tbe child is.biuy with hex beads. Mode of Ending the War. . Wednesday's New York Tuns observes: Sooth Carolina has shown A great deal of plock in Iter efforts to prepare for war.. She has sent to Furope, according to report, and bought rifled cannon. The North are at least ber equal in will and courage. . We hare one . thousand fold ber money and means to buy in Europe the best munitions of war. The nation that brings into the field the moat destructive artillery and rifles will win the day. Witness the campaign of LooU Napoleon in Italy. Tfca jiu.U aiflea of the French, sared the English ai my at Internum. Now,, it is absolutely in the power of the North to overwhelm and crush the South in tbe field at once and forever. Let the great Northern States send agents and ships to Eu rope to iuy at any cost 500 rifled cannon, and 200,000 Minis rifles, and the hour of bitter dUuoisfiture of the South in battle, is at hand, and thousand of our brare soos re saved from death. This may be reduced almost to a matter ot infallible calculation. , But it should be accomuanied bv another Act, which commends itself to the merchants of New York and Boston as a jnatter of preservation and common sense, as well as the molt enlightened patriotism. -We can not wail to build a Navr. in order to make the Piesident's blockade (omplelt and effectual. - Yet it must be perfect, or we lose millions afloat upon the sea?, as well as enable tbe rebels to protect this wicksd.aud cruel war. Let the merchant of New York and Bos ton then, vie with each ether in baying in Europe A fleet of strong and swift small war steamers, and hermetically seal the Southern coact , The certain result of these two measures wi'l be to drive the rebels from the battle held, and starve, and reduce them speedily to reason, Jt. vrill tain thonuandt of North ern livtt ; millions of Northern money, and f feci tft'dy a peace. A New Stil is New Zsaland. In New Zealand - there is. along the shores, A fine metallic sand which has the appearance of fiLe 81 eel filings, and if a magnet be dropped upon it and taken up again the instrument will be found thickly coaled with the iron granules. Tbe place where tbe sand abounds is along the base of an sxtinct volcano, and xteada several uiles along the coast, to the depth of many feet, and haying A corre sponding breadth. Some of it has been carried to England, and submitted to ex periments which have demonstrated the fact that, it affords superior steel. It is pro nounced to, be the t ureal ore at preset. known;, it contaias 8ct44 of peroxyde lion, J oi oxoue ot titanium, wnn siuca, nd only U of waste in 100 parts. Investigations show that if titanium i mixed with iron, the character of the steel greatly jnproved; but titanium being scarce ore, such a mixture is too expensive for arduiary purpose, feature bas stopped, ia here aaJ made free gift of both metals tbe Wrgeat scale.., The steel has been formed into ca&ora. scissors, saws, pen-knives, table- cutltiy.i surgical Jrstraments, . i-c; and the closeness of the grain, the fineness of the polish, and keenness of the edge, place in t ha tore moat rank Almost In the position of s new maud. In the surgical instruments, the edges have been examined by the micro scope, and have stood, the test in. keeping the uparisf ityi., It is stated to possess pe culiar aivaaLage for gun-barrels, And boriBf-catlers tor ordinary purposes. . , AtKiarLAsa ' Jodmai Cam oat roi PAOB.-Tbe Baltimore Patriot says i - It were better that (he feu'd'shouTI bear. rested whete it is than be allowed to pro grtsA Enough has been done to satisfy that the sections will fight, and that with dtspeiatioa, and the eon last, may be the more fierce end deadly, because sectional. It is Aiad aitfht tkit appear to the view. Flee American cltixens have encouraged faud until tbey hare become each: other's deadly Mamies, and are preparing to shed eaca, other's blood. Is not this view sorHeieutt Ca we not fairly estimate . ether's feeling and purposes, and eaoMtrage each other to submission T ' ' 1 Taa only blood that has bean, shed bat flows nioa the soil of Maryland, and tne blood of the tens of Uarjiaud And llaaa. cbusetts has miugltj In the sanguinary eost Hict, Let Maryland and Massachusetts, the greatest Aunerera, lustead, f encourag ing leeiBtaoee and fcostUity vo each ether, unite in their purpose of mediation, and. lisA true fiieod and patriots, eoaaeut the ItliMMt tbat ha Mown upon tlx altar, sxntcraUd 0 patriotism and peaoa, flactiv in tba tvdju luteal os oats aacuunal iiHi, ultiaMi. Let th names f tb warnnir Jailii4 b 'pased br tsps sacrifiua, whil ubAoe our animoaity and dispose US tur fv(9' brotharbood of tov. aud rind b'P. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. , t of is A it ' us a heretofore noted, continues uninterrupted, Moiey is still in very good supply, and daily accumulating; th applications fat Lewis being ' light at the DiseounVhouseV wfcta they are made ai before, on first-class securities At 1013 per cent, per annum. " Easter A XxebAnga remained rery firm yesierflay at for Ohio And Bank of the State of Isdlaaa Paper, and 33J premium tor Kentucky Notes. Oeld was stiU steady at B premium) doalers giving 8Q4 for asy lota offered. ' . . , ' TJncurrent Honey wa mry heavy, and aotrje Brokers were Still unwilling to buy Btetyof the Bsnkt on the list, especially Eastern Virginia Tennessee and Neir Or leans, as the Express Companies will set BBdjertake to send packages to those parts of tbe'eonntry nnder existing troubles. Bate, nearly as can be given, are these : New Orleans,10; North Carolina, 050; Ia diasa Stock, specie-paving, 1; feonsjrlvania (interior), 6; Virginia (Wheeling City), 16;! Wheeling Branches, 1520 ; other sol vent Virginia, 2530; Missouri, 15: Iowa, 6 Wisconsin (solvent). 20Xg)25; Wisconsin (discredited) 65f70; Illinois (solvent). 20; Illitois (discreditedX Maryland (in terior), 10; Tennessee (old Banks), 15: Ten nessee (free Banks), 20; Michigaa and Can ada, 6; Alabama, 60; South Carolina and Georgia, 60 discount. , Exchange and Coin still rule as follows : ' . . Btiymff. StUmt- Wew Tera Buttit..- I pram. Sift' ptvta Aoalcn., t prem. s,oit pram. Philadflphtaw-. t pram. pram. Baltlmora , 7O10 pram hfw ()rlan. 10 dta. nominal Aaiarloan Oold.... A praak . pram. The Imports and Exports of various arti cles, during the twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon were as follows: Imports Apples, 379 barrels; Barley, 1,892 buphels; Batter, 112 kegs; Corn, 6,812 bushels; Coffee. 543 bsgs: Flour, 602 barrels; Hay, 140 bales; Hogs. 1,357 bead: Lard, 47 barrels: Molasses, 112 barrels; Oats, 93 bush; Pork and Bacon, 3 hide, and 1 tierce; Pota'oes, 453 brls.: Kye, 406 busb- sugar, 10 Unas.; Wheat, 1,375 bushels; Whisky, .784 barrels. Hrvartt Annies. 178 barrels Butter. 8 kegt; Candles, 33 boxes; Cheese, 45 boxes; Ootlee. 307 bags; Flour, 143 barrels; Hogs, 1.256 bead: Lard, 163 oris.; Molasses, 139 barrels; Malt, 1,288 bush.; Oats, 18bush ; Pork and Bacon 226 hhds., 72 tierces, and 239 b ir relej Potatoes, 104 barrels; Rre, 110 bushels; Sugar, 94 hhds ; Salt, 63 barrels; Whisky, 4.5S barrels. i Flour remained unchanged yesterday, with a light local demand only ; the rates for superfine and low extra being nominal, and for choice brands, $1 75 to $5. Whisky sold to tbe extent of 600 barrels, at 1234c, with A dull market. Mess Pork was in limited demand at $16 79 to $16 87; city brands being held at $17, . No demand for Bacon or bulk Meats,- but Lard was in request, 300 tierces telling at 9c. There Was a limited city' and country demand for Groceries At previous prices. ' The quotations for Wheat were still nominal, on account of a difference in the views of buyers and sellers. Corn, Bye and Barley continued dull, and Oats steady. - . Yesterday's Louisville Courier observes in respect to Thursday's Provision Market: . Tbe general market is very quiet, with but little doing in any of the leading articles of trade. Flour is dull, with but A small demand for the home trade., We quote At $4 fc6 for superfine to choice family grades. . Grain is quiet, with nothing domt', and quotations are nominal. Groceries are very ouiet. Provisions are very auiet. with but little doing. Tbe demand for mess Pork is smaller for home consumption, at $17 60 17 75 for c.ty brands. Bacon is firm, At 734c for Shoulders. 9o. for Rib Sides, 10a. for clrar Bib, and 11c for clear sides. Thursday'! TVioum says of Wednesday'! New York Stock Market ; R J ;r . The business of the Stock Board this morning was only to a moderate extent. Tbe , tendency ot prices , was downward throughout, with a trifling ; rally now and tben at the close of. the ceils. . The market was much less excited than of late, there be ng a growing confidence in th ability of the Government to hold Washington against any danger which may threaten it, and in tne eventual result ot me present connick The future, however, ia so full of gloom, dis- aster and doubt that w can haraly look tor any permanent strength in the Stock market until these are removed The short are the principal buyers of Stocks, to-day, but evince a willingness to put out new contracts wnen ever there was any demand. The time con tracts, however, were to vary Jimited extent, it not tie in it easy to get out sellerr options. and as the public have little or no interest now in tne Btoci specuiauon, ouvera' op tions were alto in limited demand. Between the Boards there was nothing doing. At the Second Board Ure same feeling pre vailed as at the morning session, but with less strength. The Bales were to a large extent for cash, although the bear offer tneir op tions fraely, and quotations were yiVA per cent. on. i ne aecitne or toe aay is i per cent, in Central. VA rer cent. Erie, V per cent, in Hudson River, 2 per cent. In Harlem, y, per cent, in loieoo, i per cent, in uaiena, 3 tier ent. in Rock ' Island, sic. In State Stocks the movement wan-moderate and the market without violent fluctuations, except in Virginias. Missouri sixes tell on to HX Ken tuck ys Are 80 and Tennessee Sixes 48. Virginas were very heavy, and after opening al46 touched 41 Against 48 yesterday. Twelve per eent. Treasury Notes sold at par. In Government securities there was but little done, and tbe quotations are of 12 per cent, itailroad bonds are very dull and Price are generally lower. me same nunioer ot tne uioune remark in regard to Wednesday's "New Tork Mone tary affairs: Tbe Money Market remains ranch the same as noticed yesterday. Th Discount-houses are, however, doing but little, there being but little demand, excepting for strictly gilt- edged Paper, -which goes at 66 per cent. Name not of this description go, if at alL at very high rates. On demand th supply is still very abundant at 46 per cent. The offerings at Bank are rAthef. larger than for. A month, cast. ' The elosing rate for Exchange per this steamer show still lower figures than w quoted yesterday, - Sterling, ia quoted at 1051G6 for best names. Francs 5.40 5.35. Large orders hay gone out for Gold in return lor .isius. Th following is last week's statement of the Boston Banks: ' apital Stock are abd Discounts Specie H f . ltue truni atkar Bataka.w, Due to other Banks 1 posits n. Cti tuiatKB.w...., .$.18,251,700 . 6,7S,7 m, MiO.sou ., (,442,0110 ., 19,1111,700 ,2al,uw Kbw Yobs Cattli klaiicrr. Thurtdav. April 25. At th Liv Stock Market th supply of animals is fully to th demand. Tlie rectipt at tb various city yards, far th vtek ending ytsterdar, nnmbered 8,525 Beei (.suit; is iiiicn uowsj i,im veal Calves; 8,843 Sheep aad Lambs; 6,615 liv Hogs total 10,209. Tb abundance of cheap fret b Shad, tbe swrrplus Of Beef last week, and the anwllliognees of Brokers to iriv th usual credit to Butchers, many of whom ar " off for the war," depressed th sales, and price closed At last week's low rat, or 8)i(3i9c. per pound, estimated d rawed weight, for flu grade Cattle, and from that down to 6Me. for inferior erade. 1 Tbtr i beginning; to be demand for second clasf, not poor grade of bollock, for packing for army supplies. Milch eows sell slowly at former low rata, wb.il calves be bought t one wn price. .' Bom of tl m wr sold at 34e. per lb., And good Ceive At that. Sheep are very plenty, aad 50c. ver bead lower. 'Tbey were no all sold. Hogs ar in fair supply at si trifling advance. . - " ' ' Cincinnati Produce Market. FRIDAY EVENING, April 26. as ba and U te ' FL0VE Tier is no thanes in th mar. let.' Th demand is local and unite litrht. C boic brand sell at 4 7&iJ5. ' Nothing ioiag in superfin ot low grade ot exua, sod tiriifs or sucn ar nominal, ' sA WlSKY About AUO brla. sold at 12Vc. ) maikat is doll and tb supply In excess -.U- A A . - . - H0JViblU.3 Ma Pork is in limited 1 Hamiand at ftl5 tUitili ill city brands ar I I, aid at 117. A. fair demand for Lard, and I fctA) tiarces sold at 8c t Ko demand tut Bacon t4 bulk li.aiA, autd tjrice remain Jtuar.lj . liKuCERTESnrTha buaines doing is con-' lad to tb Uiuiud cuuBiry and CHJ trad t)a.iuaad of auma.ul lai;nituj to mat (fbtskl carrutt wauta. Privb remain changed. erar67,0. Molasse 3X3)33 and Coffee 13(sj,l4c WHEAT 1 ber Is nothing nsw la the market; buyers and sellers remain apart in their rlew, and prices mwt be enoted nom inal. The sales reported were 250 bushels prime red at ftOc; 200 bushels choice red at IWc. ; 160 baabeta inferior red And white At 80c and 200 bushels prime ,red at 97o. , .,. COHN The matket continues dull, but prices are unchanged ; we quote Ear at 81 4c, at the npper and lower depot. OATS Tbe demand is fair, and the market rules steady at 27c, in bulk; the re ceipt are liRht. , RYE -Tbe market remains dull And nom inal at 50o. for prime. -BARLEY The demand continue lim ited, and prices are to a great extent nom inal ; the asking rates are &5653. for prime Fall. ' ' ' MAY The market In steady, with a fair demand at $ll(oul2 per tun for prim Tim othy, in bales, on arrival. CllEESE continues dull and prices are about nominal at 8 Ho. for Western Reserve, and 9c. for Hamburg and English Dairy. BUTTER The demand for th choice qaalites continues firm at 1516c. for Cen tral Ohio and Western Reserve; other quali ties are dull and unsaleable. : APPLES Tbe market continues dull, but without any change in price. We quote fair to prime at'$l 25ail 60 per brl and choice at $1 75. POTATOES sre in moderate demand, from the local trade, at $11 10 per barrel for prime Neshanocks. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Niw Your, April 26 P. M. Cotton con tinues very firm, with a fair demand ; sales 2,500 bales at 13(3, 14c. for Middling Up lands. Flour advanced 610c per brl., with mod erate demand for export and home consump tion: fair speculative inquiry; sales 21,000 brls., at $5 106 20 for superfine State, $5 2D 5 35 for extra State, $5 105 20 for su perfine Western, $5 255 50 for common to medium extra Western, $5 656 65 for shipping brands extra round-hoop Ohio, And $6 6ti7 for trade brands do., tbe market closing fiim, with no sellers f good extra State below $5 30. Canadian Flour has slightly advanced, with more doing; sales i.2tj oris., at o data i bo lor common to very choice extra. Kve f lour selling at S3 10(5)4. Corn-meal firmly held, with fair demand; sales 300 brls. Marsh's caloric at $3 15. Vthiskv without important change: sale GOO brls , At $18K18a Vt neat l(a,2c. better, Wttn a moderate ex port and home-trade demand, also A fair speculative inquiry: sales of 18,500 bushels inferior and common Chicago Spring at $1 17X1 20.. delivered: 6,500 bush, red State at $1 171 31 for inferior to good; 19,000 tiusn. prime muwauKie ctuD at ft u, de livered ; 16,500 bosh. Winter red Western at $1 81l 3.?; 1,200 bush, red Jersey at $1 40; 4,000 LuBh. white Canadian at $1-50; 12,600 bosh, white Western at $1 40(g) I 66. Kye fiim and io good request: sales of 7,600 bush, at 6C68c,lnfeiior to prime. Barley dull and declining: Bales of 4,000 bUBh. State at 655Sc, the inside price in store. Corn firmer with a pretty good demand for export and home consumption : sales of 79,000 bush at 68c. for old mixed Western in store and delivered; 633466c. for new do.-, 63G4c. for New Jersey yellow; 70Ko. for old do t 63c. for Northern yellow, and 70c. for white Southern. Oats in fair request at 3537c ft r Wtstern and Canadian; 3536c. for State; email lots at A trifle over these quotations. Pork dnll and declining: sales of 800 brls. at $18 37(a,18 60 for mess; $13 60 for prime, including 600 brie, mess at buyers' option, to Augnst 20. Beef quiet, without quotable change: sales of 2,050 brls. at $44 60 for country prime; $6 876 25 for country mess; $9 87 10 60 for repacked mess; $10 60 &12 for extra mess; prime mess Beef quiet and unchanged: sales of 20 tierces India mess at $19. Beef Hams quiet at$1315 25. Cut Meats unchanged: sales of 150 packages at 6K6c for Shoulders, and 8k(5)8Xo. for Hams. - Bacon dull. Lard heavy and lower: sale or na oris, at yi(guoc, chiefly 10c tor prime. , Butter selling at 1015c. for Ohio, and 15 20c for State, Cheese steady at 7 leic for inferior to prime. ' -, Sugar Raw is dull and unchanged: sales of 416 hhds. Cuba At 4K(5Xc.. bv auction. And 200 bhds. prime Porto Rico at 66Kc. Molasses quiet ana uncnangea: saiesot tuu hhds. Cuba Muscovado At 22c; 69 hhds. Porto Rico At 30c bv auction, And 150 brls. Hew Orleans At 263i30c ' , [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. I itrsy Tobk. April 26. (Stocks dull and ratber Heavy. Ubicaeo and ltock Island, r35J; Milwaukie and Mississippi, 4)4; Galena and Chicago, 66; Manama, 99 i; Heading, 31: etr York Central, Ti'A; Hudson Third Central. TIM: Hudson Bonds, 65; Erie Bonds of '62, 55; Tennessee 6s, 42; Treasury 12s, 100X'; United State 6s oi Y4, lay, ; Cleveland ana Toledo. liy unicago, Burlington and yuincy, do; Illinois Central Scrip, Michigan Southern, guranteed, 27: Uarlemt preferred, ) Canton Co., 8; Harlem Third, 77; Missouri 6s, 37; Virginia 6s, 43; United States 6s, '81, 86 i. (Coupons.) 1 BACTirrjL Prokinada AMD StTHnoosoritas or TBI Pirutiav Capital. A Lima (S. A.) letter-writer says : - 1 The new Aletnada has been restored under Castillia'i administration, and for beauty of design or ornamental appearance, could be favorably compared to the " Promenades" in Europe, and certainly superior to our own. A broad: avenue runs tbrougn tbe center, with choice shrubbery and elegant statuary on either side. There is an air of freshness and order about the whole, and as a public resort, it was trnly a nne conception, and tastefully carried out. Every pleasant even ing a band of music is on the grounds, and numerous lights interspersed through the foliage, reflect from the statuary and fount ains, and lend a pleasing charm to the scene. It is a redeeming leatnre or (Jastillia Gov ernment to note a portion of the publio revenue expended in this war. He ha added much in the form of ornament, and revived many work of art. ' The broni statu of Bolivar is of most elegant design. suju ius Kuiiiuru uguro vi vuiumuus (Ulte as worthy of remark. ' w itnin two miles or Lima, upon tbe banks of th Rimac, there is a beautiful and exten sive garden, ia which are located the fresh water baths. Tne river altords an unhuhng supply of water, and from ita generous rise the grounds retain a constant verdure and luxuriance of foliage most pleasing to the eye. it is truly a cnarming spot, and frequented by, thoaaaada arvary day. Cbarailltos, th Newport of Lima, is distant from the city eight mile, and connected by railway like Callao. During tbe season the "fashionables" resort daily to this place to enjoy the luxury of surf bathing and bracing sea-air. COMPABISOA BaTWIU 1812 AHD 1801,. valued correspondent an octogenarian, by th way writes as follow of the war feel ing now and in 1812; , ',, I assure you that the feelini tot fight I a thousand times stronger now thaa it was in tb War of 1812. Th people are wrought np. not to a freniy, bat to a cool and calm determination to make A great sacrifice of blood ana treasure t save the Union irons thtspoilar. . The simple fact that the traitor In the late Cabinet both robbed and betrayed the Government they had sworn to support, has given a terrible earnest to' the whole North that it must now light And win, or give an tb fre institution bequeathed to us by- our father forover. and become . the jest and scorn of the civilized world. me oniy reaiure oi ui times seriously io bei regretted, is tb morbid fotliag of th ApoUuonut. , A tew, swd, thank trad, they ara varv few. f oar best men. am to d. mentea on me sucjeci oi negro Slavery was Uiev ar ai crazy as aver wa Jonn Drown, and what ia worse of all. ther really mt liov inai tne negroe wouia oeeome gooa citizen end grew cotton, after extirpating thit snaaters. If that whole border should st ceo ana sena a urg army xsono, i tear there will be many John, iSrowns soon their rtar, and th torch and th Bowi- kOiN Wilt do ii terrible worki . tut- PATiiond SriRr op Oaasaat Soorv. Vt'. laara fruit. Waab in gtoa thai Uenaral eoott ha been thorooguly arc used at th reports spread at lh baton concarning resigBAtioiv - H took occavuoa tta aay to arnuD oi senuemea. several or wnom were omcers,auiu wag uma puuatcu was sat usaas vwKOy. ... ') . s- . -t - Hut: I bv aarvad half A ceatary aniag that beantiful tUg, aad though I bay firmest coc&denc in yon all, ana in usUriotism. I oen more easily believe yu would trampl that flag in th dust irtatl sboAlal ever b aoisxl or rliraa tians this katsr af tciaL Jiu. Sir I Die Ood. I rill tuitit Anaay aan I tor I LhibB, and tbt.L too, uudac tb proHKUnj I ittas oi uia ptai pjntsiKiau vsuusas. Advertised Letters. OFFICIAL LIST. ehaepa of ens eont. rraos celllnl ft tbna will pleat b prepare with the ntxwtantrnnattir. ' atv-paranna eatllnt nr tnma lattan Will plaamaay tnr n ttnHM, anil ntn nntnbar anil data of lint. W"Th office will ba open at tiatf-pewt aatan A. M an etoaa at al P. M. nnmlnraOnioe npaa from nlna . M. la hair-peat tan A. If. I 1 aMaay co Mm wiv a-! aiwa Pntnti Lhw. m Mi WM anritif Im tmrfi eAroMialMM o mnv papr gmtituh la tinctnmaii : t PKe. ft. And twit fnrtn-r naitrf' That t.tit of tltararetiHilnlns nnrallad for In any Poatoffloa In any eity, taa ot vlllHta, ahara a nwapapAr ahall hf printed. Phnll hrnftAr tin nnlill.hrrl nni nnl Jn the aewpapar which, bwin la.iH-4 waekly or uiirupr, naii mmvm in, nra-Rl eireniaunn wunio tnt- rnDpe oi delivery of aaid olnco, to ba d.-.iaad by ilia P,itrniit(r at anch attlrM.-NtM PnWJin- 1mm. paatd Marx JS, 1U1. Saturday, April 27.—No. 17. WOMEN'S LIST. AnablnbaiiaMffi.i, KmrnaAdama Mra T.ydla AiuntronsMr.Hfnrl.ua AraiitroD Mrs Hart B ttrealaw Mrs Allea ,, i . Bnra Mra Latrra Btirnra Mia At na B.aiioiid Mid Loitiaa BruolilngbanMraadalimboothby Mia lionlaa Brannou Mm Allca Bitot. Mt.. Mania Br.Hiln Ml At,b . Bannlator Mia. Nany Blips Mia Apnea Bryon Mt Lanra A O B'-nder tatbarlnaor Janellfiyd I m im nouta Brnwor Miw Em.liaa Bohr Mi. Iiou'.a rtacn mil. alien Bnldvin Mrs Kva 0 BurdjMltilCW Barlow Mra Bobeon Butl.r MiH Baohael Brim Mr. Pauline Btitlm-Mra Vlrslnla Blaka M i.. Su.aa Brown Mia. Catharine Brown M l.a Jannetta 0 Brown Mr. Aliaaliath Browa Mrs Ana Q C Caaaat Mr. Mary (ktrrarian Mi.. Mary T Canloy Mra Mary Cu.hmaa Miaa Mary . 8ro.ley Mr. Pri.cilia .mpbell Mtaa Ro.a Claflia Ml.. Ti.BnM.ea Cameron Mra Sarah Jana Cooler MlMoaiah A Clark Mary Clark Mi.. Alma Clark Mra M A O'ark Mi.. Orrell Clark Miaa BleaabethH mi., airy Hannah J ' Barry Mlaa (lorfftana Balbcolor Mi"! Mali.ua Burn. M .. Jnhannah i.liop Mr. J R Backely Mm Kate A Cnnnlngbam Annla M Carver Mi.. Brinaot Ullna Mr. U.tharlne ' Oitllan Mlra Charlotte Ow grove Mra Kliu . . Comley Kliaabath Croa all M ra Jenny S Caldboll Mr. Julia M Crow Mien JeoDie C.SHfdr Miaa Loniia L'onea Mr. 1. Yf CollihB Mr. Latltla , , Ijli.tmell Mra 18.104.22.168a Cnrpantar Mra Lutbar UoddiDftvn Mrs Maty X StrTrane Mra Anna Tlalrain Ann 1 Dillon Mra Bllaabath , Pay Ml.. Julia ' li.rl. M I.. J Darliag Mr. Mary Ponno.an Mrt Rarhal Cimailck Mra Wm U Pynionn Sri K lavi Mra Mellna . DarllMr. Jnlia A Klwlrk 111.8 0brt.b9na Epply Mlaatiszla L Saun Mra A A V Barton Mi., p loreDdK kTans Miaa Margaret Fnltcn Mra Abram Flnley Miaa Mary Firth Mi.. Mary A Feroald Mra Mary Ford Mr. Maria Ferrel Mi.. Racaaal Foster Min. Kue Vraiiar Mra Wm rraor nlm Anna Fouta Mra Ahbia FrlttMraCM farrl MraO ' Itzaiobona Mri Qelan FreLCh Mi.. Matilda Fraukliu allsa Mary . - ... Geary Mra ttlr.hath OaftherMtM Txinlna Grova MlM Mary Guthrie Mise Mary Gillespie Mra Kancy A Glan Mrs KoberU Glhoa Miaa Sallia ) : unlit an a,nr.aoata Gfb.an Mra J.mea . Uui'tcrd Itnrrlet K ' tiri frory Hannah t.inner at aiv (Jai'Don Maty B Uaraguty Miaa B.rah 4 - Cresyenor Mini Lanra A I II Huntsman MI'S Kettla ' Hnrnm'll Min Kate ; Hill Ml.. Maggie Uaston Mrs Mary J Hooker Miss Ltdia Humma't Mia. Lonlna ' . .Harrington Mis. Mary t F ardent Tl if s AH IlunnMraCA Hsmmond MisaM D H.ll Jira Head Mr. 11 Htallo Mr. 0 ' i i- llall Josephine llnph. Sli.a Margie Harri. Mra Ltwllen Xi Babbard Miaa Mary A Hmlln Mrs Mary T , nawains mis. l'neue A . Howard Miss Virginia Hatlleld M r. Slalia Sherman Mrs Sophia F auston Mrs Tom Hawaii Mra Mary I and J Irons Mra H Johnson Mra A B Johnson M ias A nna Johbson Mr. Alex -Janus Mra Ball It Jackson Mip. M John.on Mr. km ma Jamas Mrs Alisabeth J Ire. Miss Helens I Jackson Mrs Jane Johnaoa Mia Mary Jacebs Mrs L K James MiM Bhoda J Zoney ousaa 11 I K Kavaneuah Mrs Ann H Kelleber Miss Mary A Kaltcn Maria King Mrs Margaret K Keating Miss Mollis , Kslly Mra Mary i i I . Lorknan Mrs Ann A . Lillay Mra Katllda lowry Ml.. 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W altera Miss Mary Aaa West Mrs Mary t oris Masa Mary aa . Walker Mrs A A ' W inder Bra Cat keriae Waters Mrs W.uab Mra Amanda - wriiilit airs alias) a ,, W blither All W hutier Miss Ellen 1 Warner si tea nary si V,llc Mrs Bhoda W hiahtlay Mra Jtliaabetb whittbrd Boaetu Williams Mra Sarah I ' , ' tinlglsy Miss Anna Quail Mrs Abb MEN'S LIST. in bis m uav j tU your thai thaa. ihi Alexander Cbas Allen TV ' ' Anderson st ti Aittes v it . . aasurrfOBsa ' andrvws a r armstroagAM Anthony H Austin Dr PA Almon Allert Anoerson John Alias Wm O Allenovty A W Antbory Josbna ackaraoa Wm Alia uu M n : Aiwa m .iuuhw Appleby. . ... ., .. .,- , . Vartlett AOolBBsrnnmT' ' Bartlatt Geo O Burrougb Daoi baldwInWB' BeiryTLW . BfWar Lewie Barnes Nswtoa Bala Lyman Butaa s D ' Bakatlleans Blake Albert t. Berkaa Juha Baud And H i bald J O- Divwaiee aoDV Blaisdeil Ootar ilrowuiee Bout B..1 m.l A Busett Jamea H Bell II Bisatti Camilla Bradley John r Baker W H neatly unee a jyantun j A at Dargor aiiuon Bitchar Albeit T Bros BeonfW A ' Bieneau ALoveiSBItil. John i. blue W to, H i raraA cuti.r ueory jcum w m .trlilUI t B.k. J.mea 0 Butler Tboa iurt Cbatlea Beutlav M A Burnett TboaM Beak It Burnbaum John Bartoa B H Boa die PaM w, Baua.fuid Jaua Berry Win H tlry Haul . Byruallviaua Slasswsau Bingham A Wjl iSeaaatl Joaafh Bender W U Baruaid C B . bloom JaniM BaarTb'a BrasemalerraA BoydJokaW' Bukap Wm JSuriiaon jvena, prewuer e awwra w ia B.auetlCrGe' BiatsnMJ t " I tl j " & n O"' 'I ' 1 ' Cask Chaa Chara Idwaid . Conaely Mfehaal .H.pk V caataaa a .- wakvm ueeiaa Clark Israel , I KaverHenryO 3 Chall ,M . f J. neat I tiaiiaoa Juavakl 6arr Patter Cullina Henir A'oikian Jobu : JJhrletabr C.ujpbSII m "Conrttisy Joba. ,var -"w,.l,t . . CAu. M.iira. .. . Oaioarl Bob! OabipCuTIIras CoDiaJW ' rl J (June Peter I. CuwawjBi Caidweil JaStas Oala B 8 . Carpenter W W I Cuuniiugs JauasU uoalagksm CataU . - VII fcobSA itUiUi a fkaplaJIt Crorar Walter CuT.lon C " hrJ, JoEb Caolorth H urrpAlax ... : rtaviev Joba O Uleret.nnr VlewaerAJ illtKuia eon ira.ie. nai CuaUM Maradaa Tra.g at -' Corufoitb 8 It ikiwan,BajisBali,til ant Jaaaaa , !roee Wna . AC, tkeliv Jmi.uU.Ji Cer.y W m Cliantt Aagltst ' Ooad JoLn Coma W A VllWllt AO tXlieteaj C4bura 1 riks ijioiss ansa y . t bus suuinsr aaa at vntius Cu, 1 ho. Csli - m " Oveitier tttt t'Cuoratiriioa f tllu Edrlla f vdu..ii ivyertvi oin im. .11 i.rr I u.l.lll 11 Cberoa H ' Cellu annuel. f tawia yiaakW Ueaaea. : I.s.Cbltair Wul Cnedwlrk D A rsuce CeiauuiWU ibaaWtsPrCayi J '. t ) .,,9 ,,k.m fl TveS rl IlavtsWrn' Iaaitao AntJoasrltowaD AAA Ooliava JToball Iad AbraMi Ijavls M . LarrUbarUa ltuieat Mwara xiavtaj w S ai m. si skit i V bull kbea LJfiiiis4 W MMI 1 : . , .. . T . , , I .,,,. M5.t., I FflifcMjr - f F-lwftrdt A JtT-rlw CHrlti Xdttm dj JoUo 1C 4 I " Falntr K M , r.irb.nk. N laaa Ita O th ion Ji.lin Poatar Pmnela S Plafb t -anala . Fraoter ltanlel Fi.rh fl S , FOa John . i rootarH ' .F'Tdnnr Jacob F.t.rJamaiD riam Jork Falrohlld A r , Falrbank. John froi'h.t SUtlien. Fr.nca Matt haw ruaa Lurhar y,uarrTKiibanirrfth.rty p k nt,-b lt, b.r Win t r.t.a.UT, llo.it wmH .r jiua Vt ri.h.r W r W fraak S A Oo,0 ... . in ... . 0 , , (taitrirbCT Or.tT Mr Otll flbaa ' On ta-h.ll I 'baa F Oilman B.abbarUallib.r A Co O, trnlti Capt ' Gam Pln U.Ui.nr Uapt ' Oni, li A UIIU'alebB, . (fray 0qi. S Orrrti f JranaGB " Ollham Jnna Oreer John K OlaMjamrat Uraa Joka W . OillvrtJP (IIIIWjnA G.nlman Iuao (h.idman Jowofa Ulliaw Haarr Ualloway Jha II Uinil.r J, irti tj Oarriiwa Mark Oiahr.m Nathan 1'ilii.oa norrta wrrity banraneataaa Harhll Q- dmiti K U Vop Mrhclaa UrlcKoia MlrbaaiUihba A'lbnrt (Irah.m Rot,.rt Omnnk Hlrhar Vll.aa Wat A - Ooraaa I W Ualay Theodora ataorOaplI Urdon W f rj.mtttnn It T Hanly Jahle ' '! Hamlin ti B ' , . . Il.in.r R r t flNtttllton John tiawatn. m JU.tnilton A Hat-Hanaon John fl.lri Haahaa John Hlrginbotham 'Howard HI. ' Harriaon A Bedpea Inaao HnrriMja Mlllonllounra H 1 Hammond Oliver Hni.antrBer C ( H oltn.n Jaaaep ft.fe.Thne Harrlgan aad'w Hawkins Henry Higglnbnthaai W Hill Co MelMe JnhK al lllf.v W,rt Humphtey A tip Hirst J P Humphrey. Wm llelinisrs, Voor-Hasklna Jaa A . HaneookThoa hisAt'S Hlrkoy Henry TJIlager IJatnl P Haloaney FTankHunter W H . Hought Wm - ' nraanen ti n llaren II J I Howard Walter Hny Frank H HareyJH lloctor Thoa , il.i t.lt Dennis H-.nell Torry L ll.la I Hollmsn Fdntaa Hugbee .1 c.pt M.il.t Thns H ll.nSla Geo .HoHter M.rtin HiuffltiaClannoa Uartley Daniel Holland Michael I " 1 Initial. Amnrlraa Medlral Tn.tlHtta. Agent Oreen-str.et Line...,rns s,attrei.street, corner 01 i.inn tain or steamer Stephen Decatar Lucas County Oil Company. I aaal J T.h.ll It X 1 Jw.ah B Johnson Jerome Jones J as par M Jonea John B Johnaon H A Jonea Harul kf. Jones 8 W Ingersoll 11 H ' Jefferson Saml lllll AM Junes Thoa Judd Mrs or MraJaek H in J roan wm Jennings Oeo S James Wm J Johns Jscob x Jonas Caaalns MUJone. T J Jonea A latoa Janea W Layer- James J r Jr,hn John O Johnaon Aleok atta .Triben John Jonson Darius T Jonas Wm H Jurden Mlcholaa Jonea Joa Johnston W W K K in Daniel M Klatnroth Id. Kennedy Patrick Kit.gKdwaldN mtind or Thomas Roily John Bargraanar Hen -Kara 11 KohnAbe ryK. . KnighlRoht , Kirg.bnry A BT KatlemanH' Keys Ollrar A KitterC Kinney Hon R Karshnar Dr W KimtOOB' Hetobnm Jamsa w I Kellogg A s!mlthKennedy J I" B KannedyThos.; Kelwft.Tld KllanJ KaneWra Ketcbam W a KorepesJW Kranse w Knok Ellas Ketr Moore Kimmell Theo Kendall Francis Kennedy Mloh'l dora Keener Samuel Klrby Thoa ! . , , Laurent CbarlaaLayman D A ' Lydon Martin L 1 Leigb ton Geo M Leads M LiTingston OhasLerder A Do O KLoogCaptLH Llndsey Andrew H Lake M J LotiS Alexander Lines Kdmntid Laxton Kobt Lat Uoa Master Logan Cspt t T Llthgood 1'hillp BAiswunh , LaesoD, Isaac M Lloyd A Lytle James PS Lynch B B Levinr :. Luinow eoan Luamn uuvar Lee A WancfcardLuers Herniaa Loniiton A Ar Leonard K8 Langhliu Joel M noli Lewis Col O B Lumonon. Jamas bowry W Lectaiipte Edw'dLucky H II Laflin T ! Latonlimothf Looker Samuel OLong Wnl j . Mace WcParlln Tellx AT cKulty Joseph McKentle Come Mrdlennan Chaa B , . . Hut . Wi McTnernyT Mj lrary Wllnoa , McOrewW MtKown KobarttlcChlan John Mcneorge W MMcEeoale W MoUb.aney 81m-McOrawGran- Mot.l.h C 0 ' ' mea 11 Tilfa McKerwanDa- McCey JH McDonald A Co J yid 8 S McCormlck Jas T MrOttire James McKnight W WJMcOornilck J B McGorern Pat- McKenzieCom McCoy J C - rick MclntyraJohn MoOullough J M Mtltenald John Mclutlra 8 C , . , . j m - ' - ; Miller DrBeoj FMetcalFCharle. Hahonay Kea- 3 , ton . nedy . MillrrW Allen MillrnaOW Measlck Joseph " Miller A Byron Merworth Geo MerrellJ i" ., Miller William Miner Dr B P Mun M Q ' J' Martin Monro Bey GeoNMets A Co Messrs Moore Cdward Myers Jonas M 311 or I. ob James BMnrmoek JameaMllllgan Michael Moora Thoa , K Marka Mosea M Morrison Jamas M lobel Jame May Nathan M orria Oeo W . Marsh Israel - MayOscarGS, . Moote I, Montgomerr JnoMitchell O H Morris W B Man well John Maloolaj Bohsrt Moore Kev Wm KMed es J G MarshKu-sell MaxBAK 1 Mitchell James Murphy Thomasl Myte Christian Moranjohn Mu.oroft Saml J MuilanAJ ' Millett John P M ills Thomas -Mulloy Candy Mills John , . Morrow Wilson ( Ml'hhoff, Jonas Marshall John" Mills W F Co 1 Mattlok Jaaob MnrdookThotiJI Morte AngnstusSMurray HuKh Moran Wm MiloiAndr 1 Moata Biram O ManosmaThoa Munhall Corns- Murphy H . Murphy William Uua - saaiuvn ir at. a Kelsoa ChaHea I Nellos Jaraaa Nye Dr Oeo W . Nantrup Henry NickolaonD Kutt Jasper SI e" Veartoai V ft. Morbote Jamas T Kapler Bolosac Olmstesd A L ' O'Oonaor Id- O'Briaa Jamas Olira lluraa mund F Ostrom L A O'KelU James I Owen. John W O'DoaneU Mlchl . ,;F Plerson Obaa O Porter A Crom. Pnnrmell John Pierce Elijah wall Parker Jas D S rcaraon H B ' Pettabom Andy P la J At wood Patterson Jno H Parry Edruuua Ferrin J B Patterson Sarid Pinners 00 Piatt H 8 t ? Fi . . PlumtnerKO i Piert0 Ur Par sh Dayld Peck W H - roisau D rwon , s-vuituia w mw .aa. Porter Chs IT " way rneipa o r Parker Alexan- Pluakatt V , Pettlnsel' Wm - der a a ar.er r,Dai a r DhblMfl W ' Parker KdwaeA PeLkan Wm a ' Peifta Augustus PUilley Henry .. , ; Quion Daniel Quimby Geo A . . as, -i Hoblnson Bay., Banlhac A Lan-Backel John a tnon a OO uvruni. orr j a. Risen Bey Gee BadoliS Allan F Bobb John H Riw.rUi (J O Bone A J Beese J Roberta Incch BodKera Josph Kodors Jas Boberta HP. Bice Simeon B AtceAtio Kussev B F BugglesAThomp-Bose Henry B son Butherlord Joa Bock wall Ohaa BUeynolds Mich Boaa K Kellogg . aal Beardon Dan Bawe Louis Boa Frank ' ' Boo nor Owen - I Holland loo K Bowell Robert Barnier DaTid Bran-Patriok Uagle :harlay ' Beynolds CliatonBaymond JoaephBoyse T O R.a.n urBhre BltberWm Bookwood W O Bobina 8 I Began Win I , SmKha Smith John B Smith Victor fmitb A Hsll Bmltb lisvua Bmith Barry D Bmith W klCo,l Bniitn v at Scott John . Binitn Martin u nuittu wm g - Beott 8am T Bhaw John Scott bam . Shepherd 8 I SlmMon L ShnverJohn bhspbaid cnas Bieaeua j v Bt wart David B feellera Geo K Sttphew Joa A (Jo Stuart Beury B BchlotfexFred 0 Bpodi.us; J, hn It Stewart sr u Diuae.au Ateph.n., Mill- Snider K T bhaikluton John creek Bcau su Bears Thoa BteaensonWK Sparks E Sherman J 0 Seesurs lr rtrawnerry nao nnoupsamesu SualisChaa . Sherwood a-W Sawyer Nath J Btratton A W ' Btanifleld K H Sands Martin Bolan Agaatln. BnullGeoS . Stark M O SeltcnDrCbaa SeateaJobn Simpson L Q Kfimrmi a tl Bklnner Jaa u a stone si vron m Stitliff Judge BcallanJas SulliTan Bobt B Sponord A B Simons eosepb "SlmpaonHts SUatIs Alexanderalack Jaa a Bberia Thoa Bwain T B Baa Willis SaandaraAlbartBHavageJoa A 8ayder John . bturdvan tl 1 - T I Tbowiaa Joseph Thomas David Thompson A J TlmmuAB B P Tbompson T J Traher Hiram B Tavlor Bennett Tanner J A Titvior Jemea l urney u j a Taylor Biehard Traoey ailcba.1' Thompson JameeTreyer J. M Dr l urney w m Talmadita T W Tbompson tt l rieser J ax Thomson J W Todd H B Dr TaDley Wm W Torenoa saml Thomson James Terry J M TbtmpaoB Uao WTbtOB Dr J 0 TJ VptcnXO . C finer Frank . :. v - "V '"'w CphaneJT Tan Hons . . i Ward Thoa Walker Alex Wright Jess. ' Whltfard H K Dr . w luoa i,eenaer wanner John Walker Win M -Wilson John W WsiusJH Wbeelar Was J Wilsoa UaybnrBWeoda James WheelerO Wilcox Lewis 0 Winter 118 Warner Phlllp.HWIls, a John Waresus Leon- wnitai v vriisonjouna ara we. i Wllliamsoa W OWilsoa Elijah Wiss.tr Marqaia VIIIIUlUl. A . -. TTUBOB Vt 111 m Johnathan WllMn Lnka ' Wells T, Williams llal-Wells Meyer Warford Lewis cuuu a wells a uo Hatera riluy Williams FraakWyatt ObaunoayWiudser Peter M F Wix Kichard Williams r 0' 1 Waters Chu 1 ' Woodbnra Bob. wniiama yv m wells uhaa n-rftt i ITr'ebt John WWalcott Dr P VeamU Patrick w rttiht U.ory P Wee us a a war i w spies a. a uo Wrioi.t iii,lr..W,rlh n.vM . Wr,.ril R T Dr , Walters David Woodbury Wal- vsr.k. r..iu TS1.1.K n a . : ... a ft la'.lahfrT VelWn B ' tV tight )f AT SWaraal B W WaalkttM Wa Y n . Touog Daa Yates Alf Zskialat Uc:. : 1 Yonng BB JOHN L. VATTIER. P. MISCELLANEOUS. ,9 ' ' Cll- H . " , .. 3 . . ' -" a , 1 ' B. " H"f" i , a t, ia FraaervUif de..... ,, Orusaed, rowaeiwo. Loaf aa Oraa'aU. IS Ale Co Sea He Java tllea -..Vm J. H.Tt. Jte, u, soo . F. aaA lana. do 60, sat. Black dv.....Ja, ad, Cocoa aad Choc ta tne Cliswee 1J. IM Tabls gait, per ba:.la nrrai.,HM.NH..,aNM aS, tax MoleSAMW Zauta Ounants Ta uefraorn uuroB , HamTtJ. 0. NyslZTlfc Turkish Prq&MNlM dltMS AjUistlna.VWM.lAi bunch EMasTZZalM Iisyrua ....... ifrdaBio-ty .... . I Lauins'oJM Btarcb ...M....A. So Bar Hmm.M.m. utfA. i. to CrttlU Sua.,.i.li IK BuuliM-1.l!,,w...TZ.Ic ft " Tarra'a.aaa Span to a PUlts.,.. Mi a( : S WaallAiiaa (JriMAin t-niAi - . s?arama....Jive I , Aimm J2UO TaaLM ?MOa4jtaawMMwM. Caritvy bwt4 H-nip letd.M., Fish Ood. ........c r-'""a ,M tTl aVC4T0AJl aai V SMAA) lOttlii Vthlut o Sylcsa uttaega ,.JM Ui0Bea MaiT3 iDeantoa., by ' f 1 1 Fapper., AUeica, Ot lr Vlrttrsfar, Qlur..HW..7o Pivkled PviK a..M.,ws sPlawatlca. PrsjaAVarVtlS. PtB( srr hlja J, W.M. ar.BACBa aASUsBB.. lJlkM kslAMtSAAvM. ruwdfMra, LrvsuLAyiAs aja yt sMa au fuowis btninf to I Us Uvd. ' Woa White tAmi i 1 X ChKAHsti, thtr fiAA.UKs iaiuauniV turtnKtbW swabraits4 tAsae, Bare su tii(jroa u u vrure tiy ausuuutl aiid thuaa uidw.iiM Liiue can rely r.1... t..jBi eUe,i ii.d Im slu 1 aooMrsafe. aad tiaS Skkostt ttlaVI tuttule tvrtws.' All aidtoM ttftVaraid tw. ai U tit sVawAjU PlU sa si it a r ,f V1, f "''Jr It ft aVaUb W " Vi vv : ttAa.U4nKarcliU.ldl, aJ.U-aa ' 1 M,sse, ., a. ..)ea. aa. tlaa- aaat CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. SvOTif T. T Who h It & T pnttfiiK hfnTt th" (Mtf IVrtsnftl of tht city of ijg. clMwt', the ft-UowtT d Ovil.imnw., tovrtti Ti tvnUblioh th nrtfim r H0aBrstrt)V frota rm-wiftn-iit ti o On.inrd-itnt. , In puriniinrA of tbn law.fiAid OrfUnntimi-'M wie rffid, lnl um th tub), nr tht Olnrkt tntrnotMi Io (t?fonr w?jp.' ntitlo it th MiitUaof uf th Tim law raju(rtTH all cUIdii for dnmn that majr Wr from nalrt .TTiproTintntLlo h flld In wrldn wtih'h ottT Ohrrh.Mtttlnir iWt, thm tMnonnt of wKniRjriaimd, wtth.o two wk after th irt.ofl of th lime rtiiirM (or th Bithlicatioa ai. Mirh nctlre, whea the uni will be Uken it for tnal aotloMa tU A t.li W M M M t mi l th. ther UOhtJJtPB. Notice M hernli r ! iht ih.a im psjTinma; rrnim inn i try wmfrrtl Ot la MTtfllnsT the Vitf of OlnelnnatTthe folhrwlna OnJ iaaitr. in wh Tn.tMlHh tht trade of Aatnmitreet, from th worth rorpnrntloo line, 1,740 feet Botitb waMlf. In uriiTir of the law, nald Orftlnano wa twlosj) retui, Kid on th thU, an th Clerk in. atrTintefl to fir four wU' Bvtlo of th Mndenor f h Mine. Tba law teqnfrM all eialm ihr aamairet that maf w legnrrea nil ciKinw wr anniunt in at maf oa aid tniprerast-to be Oled In wrltjnff ('ity ('lei It, aettinv forth th amonnt of i claimed, wittifn two weeki after th vri i roi Vithj th tfatnanta Biratlati t lh time rQwlred for th uhllcatlon of vicn i ire, WMB ui MUM Will M MBtt (U lot ImI -ctio. . . . . mhn.M RAM. t. OQHWINI, City CUrk. TrOTfrE Trt ALli WHOM IT 91 AT rOR al I KKN. IN ft Ice la herehr jfireo. that tbers ai eadlnf before the Cltr 4ionc(T of th oltf of OU CtDnftti, the followitif Ordlneare, to-wlt : To esitabllah th (ird of LlTlntatoBatrtt from John-eticet to Llnn-itreel. Tojrrttde and pavewith bowM-r-ston, LoBf-tU-ler, from Orchard-street to LUHtTtr-street. ! To ftradn, rTe and repair with howlder-aton. Batters' -alky, from Kim street to Plum-)tret. Tt'pradeand par With brick th sidewalk on VirdUv-strret, ftom Central avenue to Klm-strt!, To i grade and pave with brtotr, th sidewalk on th iurth fie of Oraudla street, from CDtrl aTentie to riom-street In pnninano of th law. 44 Ordiaanoe were twir read, laid oa th Ubl. and th Clerk In structed to giv four weeks noiio of th eaduc7 of the am. The law reotilre all claims for dam a res that maf cot oe from said Improvement to b filed Is wrttini with tbe TJiiT Clerk, settin forth the amonnt a iamaces claimed, within two weeks after the expir ation of th time required for th publication cf such Tiotlr, when th aam wlU b takw up lor final action ap'sftVdw GKOROl M. OAffKY, Olty Clerk SEALED PROPOSALS. NOTICB TO CONTRACTORS. AT A meeting of th Board of City Improvements, held on Frio a?, April 19, 1861, It was Hrnnirfii; That alt bids, wlir the Sureties har not rrtfmed the bonds in person, will b held bj th OUHIU Mil lUKirDlslI HIU VUlUa Br order oi the Board. art-W OKOHGK J. GUILFORD, Clerk. SKAI.FI CKlVt.D PHIIPOMAIaH WIl.l. lift UK. at the Office of the Board or OitT Im provements, until nine o'clock A. M. of TO USD AY, A pill 30, 11, for rejtrsdius;, repairlpg and pavm?. with ffOfri. hard-burned naTliis-ttrlck. on a bed of tlean sand frur inches deep, the sidewalks n Mar ir -street, from Pearl-street to Third-street. Each bid to be acenmnaniod hr two surttia. Bid ders to on th printed, forms, as no other will b iwlved. By order or the Board. ' aran-tt QKOBGK J. qUILTOBP, Clerk. vZVATsRO PKOPOHAI.M WII 1, BR KB 19 CK1VED at the office of th B ard of Oity Im- proTmeutfl until nine o clock A. M. of TUESDAY, a pTip aW imit ior Dunmng eieven scone Arcnvai- s, iwi, ror Duiiaing eieven stone Arcnjm pass th water nuder Kant Front-street, i wahinRton-street and the Batt Oorpwa e of tbe )itT, as follows : Tor is, xo retefn iion-line i woof tnree reet interior diameter; inree ot ronr feel, Interior diamtr; and ix of five feet Interior diameter. aorordinsT to the nliAni and MDeRiflr.iAtioiisi 'on file in the City CM1 Kneineer's office. aarn uia io oa .tccompaniea oy iwoiureiies. Dia llers to as the printed i jnns, as no other will be re celled, 'i iyoiMrortni5oara. . apao-tt OKfBQB J. OniLrOBP, OTert. StAi.y o phoposaIaH wild br kk CK1VKU at the ofllee of the Board of City Ira-F-roTf metita, nntil nine o'clock A. M. of TCTKBDriY,' Apri) SO, ltvl, for nradinK and macadamizing Hathaway lane, from McMillan-street to tVinaor stieot, as foPows : Grade, sit curbs and pave the gmiert six ieei wioe, eacn sine, wicn gooa, sauna iiineinrh limestone, on a bed of clean ffraTel. aix Inches doep, and macadmlze th center between wnn nrxiKen swie, iweiveiizi lucnes aeep. " Kach bid io accompanied bytwo sureties. Bid ders to use the printed Xyrms, as no other will be revived. Jjy order oi tne poara. ap30-tt GIOKGB J. GU1LF0BD, Clerk. SKAL,KI PIIOPOSAL8 WIL,!. BB RE. -C'KlVkDat the OBce of the Board of City Ira praveroents, nntil ninao'clook A. M. of TUESDAY. April do, ii, lor umtuiii. . iiuus area viuver., ui two feet interior diameter and about nli,ety feet in l.ngtn, to pass me water uuuer i orranca-ruaa aia JTnreat-ayeniie. to tba ctilrert under said avenue. according to tba plans and apsciflcatlona 6n fit. la aba RiipineeT-s t ilice. Bach bid to be accompanied by two snrettes; Bid- dera to naa tba prluted forms, as no other will ba recetvea. , li uraww .11 i.ni, BpgQ-tt . (jKOHIig J. OUILFOBD, Clerk. SBAL.KD rHOl'OSAl.8 WILL, B8 It Be I El VKI at the enlce of the Brd of 0'ltr Im- Srovcaisnte until nine o'clock A. M of TimsA Y, .pril 30. lfail, for regrading, raaetting enrbe, and rnrniabing new onaa wbaye neoeasary, and paving, with good, aruod bewider-stone on a bed of clean gravel ten incboa deep, Pendleton. street, from the nortb gutter of Hani-street So the north line of worawara-eiieei. ancitioina inree rowe oi areesea fntter-stones. and double row of twelva-by-six-lnch turgings af Dayton. Xenla or Indiana Hat-rock atone at all the crossings . kAcn uia vo ne aGoemnannea ny two aureus.. Die ders to use tba printed forma, as no other will b. yecaivbd. ' - 1 - di orner ot tne noarq. , , , ap20-tt GkOBOSl J. BPILT0BD, Olerh. ' SEALED PKOP4ISAL.8 WII.I, BB HE. CKlVADat theOOiceof the Board of City Im proyemeata nntil 4t o'clock A. M. of 10ASDAY, April. 3it, 1861, for regiadiug, resetting curbs, attd furnishing new ones -where necessary, and pevtag, sitb good, sound bowlder-atons. on a bed or cien gravel taelve Inches deep. Kaat rront-street, irom Fan , ' 1,1 en.,.., im, t, u t ,, .1,. ,i r.nrn. , r.t i ,mi II,, m of the city of Cincinnati, including three rows oTdreaaed gnTtarstoLes, ana oouote row a sweive ty.stx inch naggings or Jav too, Aenia or anaiana tJat.rock stone at all tba crossings KicAx bid to ba Accomaaaisd by two anretles. ' Bidders to use tba printed forms, as no otber will pereoeivea. i .. -. m uruvi III .ua uuuu, np2U-tt OKUBOR J. GUILFORD, Clerk. (Times and Volk.blatt copy.) CITY ORDINANCE. Ka. 1.1 AN OB DIN AN OE TO ASSESS A Smarlal Tax on the Real Estate bound in Third street, fiom Boller-Btret-t to the Miami Oanal , . 1 (SECT I ON 1. Jfeu oraainta oy iw tu v uonhcii in min nf tktmaittmalL That the sum of twensWacdsrht- cents and eigbty-four hundredthi of one eot be levied aatfl as-e-a on eacn 100c mm. 01 i,esaverai lota o( land bounding and abutting Third street, from Bntler-itrvet to the Miami Canal, as tbe sld lots ara delineated and described in tbe Civil Ku gineer't plat, now on record la the City Auditor's Oftice. for the cost and expense of paving, with, good, hard-burned pavipg-briok. the sidewalks on eaoti sirianf Third. Htret. from Butler etruet to the Mi ami Oanal. according to ths estimate of thaCiril Engineer aforesaid. ... ' oso. I. l nai trie owners 01 me treYorai ioio ui innn nnon each fro lit foot of which tba sum aforesaid is aseeswd, shall pay the amounts of money by them severally due, in that behalf to J O. Muthert, contractor, within twenty days from the date of this ordinance, or he subject to tha Interest and penalty allowed upon the same. - lnne ai int ivouncu voamoajr, in iu tjivy ui vm cliinaU, this twenty.fourtb day of April Jo ba year eightiien hundred and sixty-one. . . DAmuAiu mt AAAiaoAi a,iiaiuiiaf. - Axtest: Oioeoi M. Casky, City Cierk. ap26 c LEGAL NOTICES. 8 , t' . sa aa far w oa ta ts IA. I las III PUKKUANCK OS" AN OKDKK OF sale to ns directed wa will offer for salo at Pnblio Auction' on tha premises, at 3 o'clock 4 al., oa 8A1UBDAT, May 20, lolii, tbe following Real Es tate, ueionstn cu sua eatate oi w.aa. bloi ru, lot niaritad "A" (on a plat filed in this ease) being 31 Bet3tj incbesfrant on Front street and extend, lng bank on Luxllow-atreet to the laadiog. A. Kalsea at Sll.otv. ixit niaraea -d iod bsiu piat,; iugSU (eat 1 Incbaa In front oa Front street, and extending back to tha landing. Appraised at a.o(i. LrOi marKeo v ion saia piai,) Deinx : fsei 111-6 inches in front, an front -street aud Si HJUUIUK UtUa W UW laAIIUlUK. A ppt niBBiA A fr) nj. In Havuiilton OtninLv. Ohio. Tsrms of aaloiiathtrd cash, balance in two annual payuients. with Inter sat secured hj mortgage. , V.B MOHumjr., 1 DAUAU L.JUUa19, -xAdminlstraton of tha estate of VY. B. Morris, do. eeaeed. p-ttatd ADrviIISiIHTRATOR'8 8ALB OF EBiL JtHTATK, In purrjuauos of an order of sals the Probate tJonrt of uamiiten uounty, unu, ma direcied. lwiUoffur fur sale on tha pieiuises, at public Auction, on MONDAY, May 6, 1861, at two AvLu.k p. af . Shss foilowina dsMorlbed lot round, situated in tlie County of Hamilton, and ia State of Ohio t Tha tract or parcel of lsiid known and aeeiKnatea as iei no. is in a uu oi iuo division and partition, as made br Moses Brooke, MarkU. Kealratid 8o. W. tikaats, ooamassiou ers In fart it ion, and record d in Book No 167, pa? Afpri, of Hamilton County Eooorda which same Lot Ma la ! M feet wide by 13 IW tw WiiinaUd in said plat vt partitiou, aud being a ri of north Rnga or tne suoaivtston oi tns soutti pan oi oiilyourth seetioa in town (oar, Ivi Srst frac tional range ot tne niami rurjuase, as taiu oni reoorded by the administrator of laraai idlow, aaU.uavui.jl MttllOllftW, ODi llJirtl Cii,. UMOwJ ! VUI iwo years wnn itiwniia" vr a PieiUj-WSSOiO,,, , WIV,T iylai Ja Y. Bopoaaa Att'y. . . ' ap--dtUt STATE Or OHIO, HAMTlTOIf OTUNTY, bb 6uisriar Cuii oi LMoiatiaUjMUiio) Attacbmeut iUnry. Mvck, Uruiavun Mk Biiaoa Mtt. k, prtnars a Maok A Brothers, pleiot iHs, h ti 0- I, bel ts aud J. T. BbarU, dfendaats. I'eff ndU are hereby notifled tmt oa the tM ot Msiotv, A. 1 lssl plaiutiits ajva-SH.uiod filed tUStr peillii n in iu paia auperior vvuui wi viuuii net!, ike obiaot aad dsaeand f which U to e-hUiijx iudtt meat afiBU tba iwtd dfoudsifiu for the 10111 1 ead htlrst ftwm leoeosjr rltt, aa aviQ afjivauanis are n,oiin-a (ierf , nny w Brasneaii aud Jrtmtys B. Laws, partners as G ttra hsars A U. bav ieea duiy served as iuasUes t..mm Avotiori. ad (bavt oroeerty in the hauMs of said O. sVraHUeara to,, confuting 01 luuacco, lii ftifB to the laid defendants, has been at lave h t)its action, to be subletted lt tha paytmiL4 uf jusltyuieut. that unless the said diTeudauU p aav aujar iwm AoUtWIW' Ids tha aaavtA IMLititMl -OU Maf D plead,. ai'tweT OT oeft tus tun i tft iune, A. U. iottl, the aruer M sia illbegrantad, M. H. W. TILDKM. Uua w Apnt rivrirwn ja nitHkiY fiiVCN TniT jintd aud uUiilitlod itie sobiMribex htas Wn appoinUd aad tjiilitiod as Aduiiniairatris oo the es4te af Jen 8. UoOor Siu k, dscsaseot ata oi ttauAjiwa vouuiy. Jbated at Cincinnati, this TTtb day of Jrrh, i I aa s. m A ski ad aJ.u U mm I SIba its aloCUKHlCkl. s)4'-rTht" t Admmt.tretrl. -larOTltBt -TUB I NUKKttlUNEO OTICat THsI been aoaotuead a IV j. been appotliaMi and Btl.tttted I bv She Prulfttta tirt yl bbUiUta t,.,uuty. tJlitw, aa Adiitiui.iial.ir Jt WlLLlAai. TSIIAIbi , Uarchlrt. lfil. ' I WltiLl.n I ttt, A .LU, ae'"Bi,-a, tut. or UiliJk-c8 jlTklJNksJof Mrs-. btbAN tLIU bV.-Noiio. litaebf' fvn thiat ths kubscrlbtjr has beeu a sifTieeof Mrs Snsan k Ibby, aad as Las taksa pjawbIus of her ailKjia. AU tyvauus having clalniH agtilust her are nutintd to prt-at-iit tibsiu, duly athsnUostd Sjouordiaa to law. t0 Job M; INMri, tviguM . W-Jtiul--l., Clutioiti, sjUmuva vVwAihitv.w, ' - sat-sjs- RAILROADS. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD! wtWO TiTTf fjFATF ciwrrvsTt J. naiir for M. Lorn, wairo, mm Mli-4trtO A. If. jr (apsp biapv r, an, , Thi-ee Trains hw Isootorlllw 4io9 A, ; 4 iAO r. M. M , , a , inrinj Krenlnf Kipree AfJIO P. M, , jLotiiTille Aocomi.-Haflea leavstt at "to Tm FOR 1 HKOIJUH Tlt'k 118, flea apply at ofllee If. 1 Pnrcet HmwornP t' fjioe; at Hpenoar flowe otAoe l a Mo. 7 We Third aud at the lKt, c tnr of Front and MitUtB. 010 Bun B. MoOLwIjLAN, General Aper1nteadffta OmalbBSM eall let passengers, npl CHICAGO! GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE. Indianapolis and Cincinnati Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. K-O OnAflOB 0 CARS TS) rnTlIA1.' OL18, at wblcb plaoa It aaltal r-nw.'. with rallroadaforantt rmta all alnta J IB th Waal and Korth-waat. SMm i cnANtm or timb.' OH AND AITEB if OK DAT. APRIL la, lssl, TBBAA rA8HRNO TBAIHA Laara Olnetnaatl dally, from the toot of Mm at , on s-roTit; tbroMgh to lDdianapollS! Terra Hattt... LafaretU and (Jliloa ia adrano of all otber voataa. . riBSf TSAIir-t) A. H.-OBIOAOO MAtlr Arrives at Indianapolis at I0:a0 A. St., I.afWrett at 1:40 P. M., riil'atrr :!0 P. M . oonnectlng at Chl- ?tao with all Western and If arth-we.tarn Trains, prre Haute Trala leaves Iadianapolls at l:Sn P. M. eK(X)NI TBA IK JiJ.l r. ai. Indianapolis, La. fayette. Hprlnpflelri, Qnlncy. Palmyra and St. Jo seph Rxpreas arrtTa at lndianapolla at 6:15 P. M. Lafayette at 9:111 P. M., Bprlnffleld. at I M A. , Unlncy at H V. P. M.. Palmyra at 2: IS P. M 8t. Jnaeph at 12:M A. M., AU:hl.on, K. T., at l' A. at. Terre Hattta and Altoa Ttala laayaa Indiana pells at R:2P P. M TDIRD TRAIH-Mi.lO P. M, -CHICAGO BX-PBK8a-ArrWea at ladianapolia at It P. M, La fayette at l:4fl A. Mi Oklcaxo at 7:30 A.M. con aectlng at Chicago with all Western and Kortb. we.tern Trains. Sleepinsara ara attache to all alsht train, on this line, and run thronsh So Chicago without .hanga of car.. Be snra ron ara la th. rlcht tlckat.olBoa befora roa pnrohasa yonr tickets, and sak for tickata via T,.wT.nmh.rs ..rl ladlanaaolla Vara the same, and time shorter than by any other ffonta. itsffrra&e eneoaea inrongn, Throe (fh tickets, fond until need. jbbu tickets, rood until nsa, oa oioainen at th tlrket-offloes at th fipenoer Howft, M. W. corner of Broadway and Vronl-sts I N. 1 Bnrnet Hoone corner, and at th epot Oftlo, foot of M Hi st., on Front, where all necessary Information star bobad . m OmniDiwe run to nna imra cn tram, ana win call for paswnRera at all hotels and nil part of tbe 9 learina aoamss ai eitner omc. W. H. 1j. VUBLH, General Ticket Agent. " O. B. UOTTOJNiUlnolnnatl Ayent. aptft H. O. LOHt) President. 1861. 1861. FAST TIME. LITTLE MIAMI LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. HAND AFTER WNDAT. APTLXl, 14, aW ' IftAU Trial tit. will deMfT taKoWJ raxr- Olncinnatlt Hamilton and lftvtoo Dt- Kt jror rnmiltoit. Ktovf Htobmond IndtftOftOa iDd Weit; LognBp'rt an A Went i tnd Onvtoa Ooniwoto t Dayton with Orpeofille and Miami Kail road ; with iton and Alio'-lR-u Baiiroad lor Lima. Chicago and the "Went; Toledo. Detroit and Canada: with fiandn-ky Day too and Cincinnati Batlroad torHandimfcT, Ac 7 A. M. CINCINNATI MPRRSS-rreaa Lilttl Miamf Oepot. Oimnecta Tia duuuiDtu and Clfvelaad; via Oolnmbns, Orevtllne and Pitbnrj Tfa Oolnmttiis. 3tenbviTilie and Pittborff; ia tk Itupbn, Be) air and Ben won i also for Bpiinirnsld. C tiiiecta with Cincinnati, Wunington and Zanw Til'eXaUrcad. A. ffl. ACCTOIttMODATION From Cincinnati, r, ami ton and Dajto. Depot If 01 Ham Il;m Oxford and Liberty. 9& A. Mm ACCaM MOD ATION From l.titt MIsAtnl lkMjt. ConBeciflvlaafJoltimbufi. Bell air and IMlUbiirfth, via Columbui and CleTeland, and Via 0o!umbu8.Cretline and Pittsburgh tX; P. ni. KXCKhNh-rram OlBcinnatl. Hamilton and Dayton Depot For Hamilton, Ok- foid and lj.nflrtjre uoDnecw 10 uonnersv-uw. ijon nectiat Dayton with Bauduaky, Dayton and Cin cinnati Railroad to Foreit. Connects with Green- wlllaasinil M itA mi K iirrB.fi. 3: t F. M. ACCOMiWODATIO!l-Froni T.itti Miftmi Deaot- ror ciuaiDUB ana BDrinTnia. 5:3 H F. M. EXPRKHH rrom yuiotnatl. tiapiilion ana Day iepoi ror namuioDi nica tnt-n-i. Indtnanolia and WmL Connects at Dar- Ut with Dayton and Michigan Bailroad for Lima and I hicaao, and for Toltvlvt, Detr lt aud Oaoaia. tl F. 1H. Ai;i;ilil I'lUUA TIU.i-i1 ram lihw Miami Depot- or Aenta. unnuecta wi.n umcm m.tl. Wllmitisitnn And KanMTflle Railroad. a&ski p nt r'iirtfyi,ivnxloi From Oin- cinnatii Hiallton and Daytan Depot For Glea- tti v. nr. Wmrrr TtirPifRSS From Oincln natl. llarailton and Dayton Depot. Connect! vis Cotiim jut, StaubenTille and ritubnrgp na winm bun. OMtllna ud Plttaburff. rla Oolnmbaa. Bell air and Bmiwoo. Tia Columbui, Be) lair and Pitta- borg 1 aad Tia nommbna ana uiavaiaaa. - BLKKPIiV(MJiVli01ITHlTAlN. Trnins leara Dayton for the East. Tia Colnmbnt. at 12.33 A.M .Ilia A M.auJ 5i4 5 P. M. a 11 trains, run dtvllv CSundaTli exceutedi. axeent the INial t Fxprese. which leaves buoday Uight m plara oi Saturdaiy night, . for al. mfortnatloa and Thronrt Tlctets yiaaae apply at the Offices, sos)theast oornar of Front and . HntAutwavi west ilrle of Vine-street.- betweet. the Poetofflce and ths Bnrnet Hunsa; iSo. T West Third- street: bixtixrea, vesoi, tana as ua sias aioat- , street Depot. t Trains ran dt uommnns lime, wnioa w sevon minutes faster than Cincinnati time, P. W. KTHAbUH. Oenarai Ttokat Affeftt. nnnlbniM call for naaHaaers br lea Tina dtr0 1 tlona at the Ticket Offlos. , . , . , pia DENTAL. . , B:p. BBLENAFi DBNTI8T;- Teeth extracted without pain, drugi, a er shocks to the nervous syitesn. Hj modB.y of opera tine od application Is different from any now In nsa, and is exhilarating initsad rlAhllitAttrisv in the svpitem. Teeth filled snbstaa tially and Artincial Teeth mads In all the various tvlea,tisnlt the meet fust id ions. Terms moderate. hi B. All Kastara, Mtera. and Yirgiiiia money token at par. Crrio-131 West ronrth-st., dn., O. defA rR, lvTFR EDITH. KSITIST.-OFFfCTll si M b utn-s... DStwosa tMbcs ana sim-- No.i 1.tki. near Baoe-st. Teeth ejttraoted viyf'v without Min, on a new principle, without the nee of drnfi-s ar any injurious atrent. P urioos arent. Positively bo fcumbtif . Having naa neany xwenry years- ex perlenoa ia tha practioa of bia profeasloa la this eity, he oan give perfect satisfaction to all who will patronise him. His terms ara so reasons! '-a that yon will say. nearly oaa-half by ceiling oa him. JTAFT (8l'CCB880J TO KNflWI- TObf A TAFX), IT s ! v: . DA-HM8T. " ;. v.v I Ho. & West Foarth-art., Between Walnnt and Vlna-sta., ' Cincinnati, Ohio. OYSTER TRADE. . , of w of H AIi IB W S , I , .ft - VI I- ., Ne Plus Ultra KOall. U I 0 lljlij KO J. dally, by the Adams Iipreaa, 11 ALl'fi I'B rivaled aud celebrated cboioe I .1 o PLANTED BAJaTIMOBB OT8TIB8. ' A! oonaUnt dally .apply alwny. oa hand, so .,.. mnA A,n,iitM hi obtain, at any time darin tno seaaoa. tnoaa auperior uiawiv w ree., muh and in tba abeil. warrautea xreso atia swee.. i ara extra la aiaa, and of tba moat eiioioaa oavor. I Zloloeart Orr, t ruui iswmi nrthja - r' - s , - , " - ' m m l iivmI JtiMnnt allowed in th. trade parties. Taima eaaa. aa-tfaoa MISCELLANEOUS. stun .aaf dtr A of tha in. ths Wi' I petu ' r tMl.' A 14 sat W ap lvjuted auch ti mv'J GNS OF IMr T.ll.ESf f ii I V Til ' :.r t) ; ff C?;.(-Fpnpt S TAX fjontar! '''aalri praaarad ' t 4lj aVIHTJw OF SIGBS, 41 AstHBBB,' '' . JTlVVJilAU wv wajs . - - . '-,., 1- . I tli, i akort aotloaaud aa tbe aaeal taaaoaabia, i.r -aw wa n.n...n.Ajl.' norrT rouasx' no. i3a ,TT ..' ' laoU-tfl . - VIK; Wghlf .Important Jnforniatloa. 121 API AND O KNTL.lt Mil PI WIM ooarrva stusti ill. uiuii.t mmm ..umi.ii laS ftreesiug B.tl,li.l.oit uf T. Vv BlCAlilpl I 1 Kit A CO. is situated at lata) atKbtk.at betwaea rtrl-av aad Joknnit.,. Ciacluiusu, wbarawll ktad. Ida ai straw ftjuuea aow MM.eMi.w very latwaS laeutim., I I .tt--tou..w UwMAti d4 ahd Aaislasd la aapertct Style. . . - t. .- ' -wWl VirAI.O klAIK.WOMaN A4.KNty. BsPtKwiaat Ulrala U A. . SUT lb MaXS' SUThUW ! Lt a tl..is.Liji trtaaav. VJUjaiSA, , a. - 'if . .IsiJM t . - - M HAT AICAWCALM.bV WsVaas ' v n t Malnsi. O.aolitat'l , -rr. rm , V VOV TUIE'ltO1 AWT ruiaU, Jk, VAn l lr a it la Be f u ilioa, wMM tmmt I'MmiS wul ba BAora itk.lr te be Been tliaa in eea. mmwt a ASwsa4 mi is BAaMasaisadBiSssia INSURANCE. LIT!! IIIOTJRAIIOn JstrrDAABiwrrrr i,iriiSDBAoio.a ' '. !; or nawsaa, a. t., . Insnr.s JLaivssa Only. .' AOOUmrtiATRD IHRANal, JAN. , 18a), . ,t an,nxH,orJo 001 JHrldaad, January ( Porty.Ava par aaaS. ' Da. . f . WH ITK.'stamrst. FTAarntstsj. JtJDM W. HAHTWIbU Ara. Oflloa of Olaolnnatl Inanraaca Uo Ma. 4 rnMMP Landlag. taht-af INSURANCE! Hon Ina. Co., New Tork....0piraa 1,P9,SS Joatliwntal Im. Ot Maw Tork...,- ,,. snn.tsa lasarasTlralns. Oo., Haw Iork.M. Ko.oss . Horth Aav Flra Ina. Ua., Hew Tork.MMM ' SMaa Baonrlty Fir Ina. Co., Raw Tork ... Sno.n Waatara Maa. Ia. Oa., PlttslMd, Haas... MA ' MsTefcanta Ina. Oo. of Hartford, Oooa... SSt, I. T. Llfa Ina, Oo.. H. t...AaaaTa-l,7rl M Msy Pollaias tanaA la abov. Int claaa Oomp aha, and loaaes promptly adjusted snd paid br W. Is. Evans fc Co,, GENESAIa INSDBANO AOEIfTa, ' 88 W1BT TBIBD-flT., CISOIHSTATI. Ram, r rsrawrssTOa, n W. W. fcVarborons Miles Oraanwood : Tyler Iarlrkm SUo.i 8 DaTla. jr., A Oo. t HeKtelWh, Seasmanod A On.; Wynua, ' Balnea A Oo. ; W. B. Smith A Oo. 1 Itawsoa. Wllay A Oo. ; Hnnnewell, Hill A Co.; Two A Slbta Bprlagar A Whltaaaan ; Hulra, Cokatal A Ua. Uan-yf J OHoion aTsu2aii::i BT TBI JITMINSURMnBCO OF HARTFORD, CONM, iMarvwrsUwal Mll-Oliaurtrr T islssai tfOoItirsI fJTwM NATI In ante-dttlnsv all sreaent ! tunranoa oompanies aad acencins In ths twawraaaf boeiaess In thtsotti. ibtrty-nvs fnw' oouat muk dnty be re, oombined with wealth eprienn,eiiij arise and liberality! eapeolally oommebd the Atmm Insnranos Oemsany to tha favorable awtronag e this oommnnlty stand Ins; solitary and alone, tiaff sole mrvlvor and Hvins; s4onear of Cincinnati an jaw Ynters oi two. Tne lartaat toss vm nnainea n any inpniwsna oOTiipany at one Are 1 Ohio was by the iHtua, M Uhilliootha, April. 12. a ad amounted to f 114.W1 BTi oeny aaia prior w iniriy aaj nwi me ore aaio ia r nncmitan anting tn nn jmMt 177.e48 7Uw Cash Capital, - - $lf600,00t. Abaolnte and Bnlm paired, wltB a aat swaps st SJSlaeV sr. Aad tb praatlre of forty one years sueosm sMaa peneaea. lasaasoaeBsa or , Over 5100,000 hi onto s-c7lK FIB! AN IB LAND HAT10TIO. Atska aaeeptaal at terms oonslsteBt with solvsssv id fair arnte. Esaecial atteiltlon alvea to laawa anca of Dwalliass and oontenta tor tarrns of oa t Sr. yeara. Application asada so aay duly antaortaaa aarawA aromptly attaaded to. By etriot attention to a learla. Imate In.nranoa bnsineaa, thiaOompany I. ewebst-f to oaer botb Indemnity for tbe pat and aeanrttaV lay tb. future Policies Issued withoat delay by CARTES, dfc LINDSBY, Acaatsa, Ho. 40 Main-strsat, and No. It) Vme-allwA. , 4. J. tiuuaa.li, Agent, ami ton. 17 tb m, F. BUBH. Ak, ;ent,(Jov!aKton, a fcll-ny O. t IKlH,l MISCELLANEOUS. of iff 1 ! t - U NO. tus. that uey , an j .f I Ia' " 7L , , i I IM- i ,,,', mhTt swCPOT , ... f- Ala. kd.aa. aaP HAIiLV'-piTESn. BALL, CARROLL !To.e4&Iiilntx,)il rrrHaT wumr iki,Iabt,bi fiki Arm M. BUBOI.AB PBOOF BAKKU.-Tney have gives! ' SSura satlsfaottoa than any other now In nee. rV'e offet a reward af OKA TmKiHANO OOIa , LABS to any person that nan, np to the present tiena f bow a slngl. lnstar.o. wheraju thar bars failed I ., , pmeerva their oontenfta. ' With this 8 AFT. wa challrriite.il oosn petition, s Being tbe best Ffre Proof. Burglar Treof, or rlva j and Burglar Proof bow mane; aud ara willing to tea. f with aay establishment la tbe Baton, aud ths ja'ty , (alllua Srst to forfeit to tbe other ths sura of 2 . t i Wa ar prepared so Curaeah a letter stale, and at - ,,, aeat, thaa any otoaT aaajaataotnraa u th rJaMust late.. ,1 Seoona-han atsa ot other anakenalao oa hass. 4 We respectfully Invite the public to call aaSasaafc . I. Say stock before pnrebaalu eutewaer. i W&U CARROU COl, trll-air - o. Metnswt Hanlis's Bell and Brass roandrj, HILM WOBK. f formerly Oeorga li. Hanks) ,1a. liiO Eaat Beoend-atreat, Oinclauatl. -, BKLUH KEPTCUNHTANTLk UN HArTB or made toorder, of any siae np to s,tjo pounds, and In cbimea, as wanted. Si ery variety of Brass Work and Bras, and Composition Oaattnge made t ' rder. Auk), an band, Babbitt Metal and spelts Bolder, ana every tusjonpitea er nnianea subs worx, , IKs rtrn au ariTTirvts. Particular atteutica stiven to Steamboat Wou ani,h XVmKwlit.lrnn Pinlna. and rittinos nut BOS Bteam and w ater Oaugea, katalic Pack Ing, Whlatlei. Bluweia. Busrlne Bells. An. Laaer.bear CoCJUt ASut all other varTetlea always oa hand, . liluaa An a laxxt, Dnpanavaaaavsa. . TH! CHEAPEST ' and moat , -DCRABLB ftOOFINja Por DriLfIGJ, " RAIL ROAD CARS, Steamboats, presrrvtng Metal Roofs, Ac. ' iwroBUaaiioai osTAiMBo or J. 1. gay, agent, til Ryamore St., CiBfjnoati, 0. pl-tfl I ROOFING! 1 ROOFING ! rnp! rTiAi m.HTq mai.ljj I BOOriNOlaomirad te Uia pubMeastne beat aaal heapeat Metal stool acrw naea,tia menra navin nafaa tasted br aa exaertenoeof saazv 4a tbiaalty and vb sluity. Applied to flat or steep, old er new bull. Isiga. Ho solder need Butaned aeenraly wttbonl aosura to tbe action of the element. ' . rFr8paid sheeta, boxed for shipment tr any parts! , She United btatea,aan ba applied by any one wlthao Aiaary raark animal salli. Orders promptly Sited. flAI.HWELL A CO.. siyls-tf a. HtSllJN KB't? Balk -oi? seny-tr , TUUJaAB aiuiu, oupennienama ... jll "ANiNs,Jia,W --JVh -X 0T t, cr I.ITMHBK. ' Wagon, auj 1 jrm Baw sniti. Haobinary, Horses, ottwr personal property, and the lea4hold premisea oonneoTea wnn me Baw-iuiHui i""4 j.Bucat(,. Pursuant to an order 01 tne rroDiwuoun 01 nam 11- ton County. Ohio. I will, on MOD OA Y, the 6th day f May, lbtil, ofler at publlo auction on thapremteesj ; known aa 'Af ucrait oiui ow-uini, im w . tha south side of front-street, wwii of th Miauil Caaal, in the'eitr of Oincinnatl, all tba interest of said Richard Ashoraft in the luasrhold property de Krlbed in tba ded of tbe aaotgnment (referenca be g here made to said deed on file in said Cjurt for A Diore 1eriicuivr amcripiiVDr. mimj u t7aiu w mill tnereon, and all the machinery, engines, boll ers, ensftms;, iHineys, oeitu ltsMM4at AVbsU SlftOsSil thsluOO tins and aeuurtetinoas ius lumoer ja ana aoout sua mill and on said premises; also the ofllee and eta bit ' on said premtsee, and all other personal property re ritjiilrg nniold, Including horsos, lumber, wagons, c- Torms IT or all saJos of and node, sash; fur J II MAM VVSJH tf-fW UU arViVVrji K I w, say V1UV I a l sjaaaa - - days, and for all sales ol ov- iuw; aarsditaf sit ... 1 os Diircnasers ia De laaea who seoroveii' security. By order ef Oovt, said leasehold premisea Aeeigneaaf aViohasA .tior.e, , Bonn A H euros, Attoruora, u3-dWe ea '", I REMOVALsa i t. f ' Is, a i.. d Sowul t tl . ,,- yiu ne aoM separately irom sue ree. vi ui. p, urwi wrt . H aud also said mill maobinerr. As., separately or to- i J- fetliay, aa sutd aa.iKOee In his discretion) may deans ' i - est. A large aasmuttf of luiaber-of dtrferent kind " ,;l ill hesuld. . KObEbTO AbltOhiFT. I" W xn.Tw Vandiv or. k AWNINQ AKi TE:Nf .AKEr,,.:.,: AS' ttEMOTED FROM , BIS ' OWaV .tn,I7llia Hv,iinAT.L.. to ' AST IHIBD-BT.; HTTl( fVcAJIOMl'S !' here hs will bf bW W'raoalie or&r, fcr yrorA, 1 1 rj wttiTyrtFin. TrnRnat DOT OR i. IlSli. ,L i .7 i..w - a irty V IfUl. .1 It ia ina vet , Votriaary art and bkueing- haaaba.vetobflformthaaui.lto t,LA. n be f.aaid at all tiaMe aa bJA' l"r.T aiusul mii.UK, Nil. I Blebaaas 'A. e a-blaed, hasa tIAt ks oan lif, .t. AU kiuua wf florae PeOota. Oautuaauta AaA hihueute, aoataatly ea haaA. j c 1 1 Fiatula ts A? Treated mint, wM.owENi,VFrrnoiTTTsiai A.A knlle Or .iaatara, by a Sew, elaiple and paea. bar aetbtl el eiaaeuaeat, disoovwaiMt bp bniet i. at auout eii.i,s. yeaaa ago, ai. wnisb naa tweet ps ... t.t.,U i with OouiBULt kaooMa in every oae. IV. ,i t.i.,1.1 vita' oo lifciVS U. U Inet twenty five tne abav. I. V S tj Lag keen a altlsaa ot UiioiJitl Aar UU, bAt twenty five years, ai,4 ae'iirf the .tblcWd thai. tue abava I aa iiiiaibog. Sof l,i-b.,r i, :,.ru.w ttoa, apply at hla van sail aaaei,ve. , fe 1 " -r t ""m n -- at . 'I!