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T,n -ron at,k" iRKr Ifoea, tKU b fMMrffvl f or 9ft omit. ' AMFO-HITUA1 "lON-Tn cm.lt or An prQ nal hftixewoik. App' At IPMOooti-Ma il. firiv.-b) At 109 ojrNiiif.ro ereet, bstwe n Thiil a .d h im?. bj Capt i;jAftK. i ANTfP - CHA K K nR HR? - I anne l ihtf ly of J. ). ri'0"EK 8 Bakr, north- i.iiier J Wnlntit t d Wni r PtM. myl-h ANTi h-MlTI AlinN r r mn mini Ifa. r' Hilh tai nier. Ntf rMlriren. AIo. for with giK4 city TeTrTeurfn. U ub,reHi.n lo rm try. Apply at 3o7 Mm-nt. ; .nyl-b rANTEK-A amrtil f.n.11- to U-ertof hoaj-. in ttOBi R Mimit nffhhorh'H, with liMfi tio bave a rtr home Ida thy w.Mi. f annl Pin- Vhton Oa-M enr. Union frame u1iap.r f KTftvrft Tr.hf,Hv in want T 1m-, to call a tha Uoion (Jul ery, HQ Weat ill. hi rtrr. rtwtor(itiht. nil alaee. low pricee. r pinin orcottir'd In ait. . nyJl VANT.D-KFrifi'ir-HbotwKitKi her.Ca'terw ji. treeie It. to a lutiir .art knot. whn ahe finer picture at JOliNHuNS Ua.Ir, Ntnth I Mr n. vbtre the woi k I of the bast klnrl And L- prlcce ljwer tbao . here, my. b ANTH)- M H - A man that nixie arT da ' iriHt-uuii v. titk iui i urn ul hernia, and iff will- tftou tie bimetal iii-odil. it a tiU 2 inilfifl frnro c'tv Appy to HAMhloUM Wlio' N, III 1 l,M lu-fit. myi b l;AMH)Lh()0M,1 A pliyxlcino want on V iii h ri.imln fnrnlrhfd cniiatiittna room). ih or Withi ut boarri, in a leadinc locality. A 1- Bh C IK ft , this office. mrl b 7A"T"PD AoactT ynunir m.ia in ah of T the f'llowiPff ciiipw: Ht (jouIp, Cbh Affo nna nisvlllc, t tare ih Ai(ncy to iittrodune p nd ty vcry fnmliy A iman cnpiiai petiuiru, UaNTI II- By a yminfr man ntncfen yer of V ref, acHuatlon in a bMlMa'i or TeUil t ro. itrqimi&tcfl wMb tli (Jfiman lauguage. Andrqf ItAONVH, U7 Pyratiior.iit. tn?2-b IMNTII); BiTCATtDN -A TrHOtlral Printer, T whit )imm batl churvn of an olflrB In New Ku- iid tor fiiweral yrais, vnts a similar situation fa ifcitv. i)mu givo goad rfM"i(ncB ah to KhtMty Trttr, Ac. Appl atSUThtrd st tnyl-b VTI-A SITI ATHN To travel. or do who oaa 'i ten yfertt' reforei ce f'Oiu hr l-tat. pUcn An- nt Itlt-trnpollten P ereelo amployojenl umoa. f j r.stnith et A ledr atteT.de. myl b J.y ANThD-WUD TIIADK-Wlll lie aieen for It i n iiunivtd Lenda In aood lnctlltiei Ft 'provi d r.hy or country pripert, will py pait h lean be aildreeMil tbrvusb the Omflnntl rt tffre fmylb' K H. KOHD1SH. y aNTIi It Any tpu halug $79 ca.h to put ilti Imi'ltieM. and eiiaaur lnienelUtlr, ori ure Mir-tinlt liiterret iu a tinlutea which will v (;.' Jin. lit per wuok. Aplily tJ UALK A O K, & Wamnt-at myl-b AMI la-At Liinffriew Lunntlc Aarlum. tluee n.o to eirvH in the ward ; one nulo It and llnee vofften to wnra In thi Muuflry mar e who i-roea H.bKlteli prulerred. oalar lrni ;n tu ptr month luyi-b VAM KI-TO yXCHA-GK A quantity of weil-ytlectrd botiathold furultnm for a lot of id In tJoii g ott. Ky. At ply to W. It l.lt, ai d 'i7 Waier.et., utn. CrtAH- myl-c vMHI M I LLIM bit -A guild MillliiT. to go a rhott ditetice up the river A comfort- '...it In u pi.n.iwlnnl he. it O n. .d th nrnmw ronlll ed. inimt-uiutt'iy at lot nait-et pnyi-u- KlTUaTIilN Br a youna married n mil tu ilrlvo carilHio for a private t inny. t'lMvcliiiti to take CMre ota amnll gardoo Haa nail et ycare' expwiei.cat ulelaetplaca. Ad 're J, , Prete 0(11 myl-b AMII1 IfttllHB-A furnished Honee. AtiT TMieoii wlehiug to yocate fur l ha aeaenn 0n d a ipnllcninn. with a rmall f-mliy, who wilt tm.iliin.ru i f It addreea W AN I'fcD. otBoo of 'iiiiy Ptcw, end be will ceil Itumediatoly. my l-b Altr APiTUr- HELP Twocmpeteut women, aa WW cliche tjlrle who bare lived la reapeetalile HBCt'P, or can givo leieretiui-, i:u loir im KnLiua .ifei'i leei eltna'tuna. a only at Metropolitan eomalo HiipkiynieDt Ofnoe, 8i Loiiiwi.rthat. myl-b' llV'ANTHD. If iff V ANTED FXPBESSlON The a was toul in b(-r , hr.y weie so intense I? bltiP and :intid, vIm-i. he oat for litr i intnra at JUti 'hun B Julie) y. Ninth aid Main. Tbe work ll good, and he priced tr low. my I 0 IV ANTfcl-- A gonttfiran and lady can be ac ff c nimo. atod ith honrd a- d a pleafwit front f rccna furribiiNrt) wih a p ivate famil?, In the we-t- rn rurt of the citT. ttetereuce exchaui Aa- drtfR L. A. W.t thin office myl b mTANTl'D-A ma, who wantu to ro into WW luftireKs in a Cetbirot Factory aud PlaniuK mill. thnt does tiot deiMfnd on Sonthero tradn. Also, a go d Windsor rhuir maker For awrttoulars ad a re a wo 174 ueiifioncaine, unio. ap-j-a- n '! Eu Kvery man. wonian and chtia la tbe ciiy ard connty to kow tht they cm prrntn I'ettt-r fcihort. Bootx, Oaitera. etc , at A K. liAKb(iitt 8 4U Wret Kir U-.t . near Uace. f r Ubs moii y th ah any where else to th city. ap26-f Vaiiiiliea and others can obtain tlifi l)t fit of female Hcrvauti. Afeo. re Dec t a- Me girls, with refeiencee. can pr cure g-od Bitna-ti-Lisat tbe Kemale Employment Office, 1 4S W.I. tiut-it , upttaira, fiiow No. 'J. A lady attends, fep'ir, tf 1 w w W" AtsTb D-CletkH, ealcan en, book ktepera. t bar keep, pr-rttfrr witrg carpenters, ne chanlcsand othri rxveklnK a-tnatlopd ebould apply at the MticbaiiU Olerke Kgitry 0nce. No. Wali.nt-it a.b?9 tf 1 H ALU A CO. WMJ AMJsI-AKNl8 To canvaa f.ir " Pad WW dork's bank Miiror " None other i-eetl apfly tbnn the who can coma well recomin aJed, and ai cur ity A go d openin is otTornd to en? rjeffc and teeponsibie para na. Apply at "Bank Miir-r" OtPVe. kv-uth eaat corner of Third and Walnut iii , between 4 and ft r M, apU-tt BOARDING. A ttlea nant fror t room and bovd can be bad at 97 J I HLdW can ue haa pjig tinmd.ate'y kaat Fourth at., by apply uj y 1 'i & ' IT OA lllNO- One nice front ronm. with hnird. b Jl Abo, u frotit room, for a alngle gentleman, at 84 yttib it , cotper f Broadway. myl-b llOAli DlhG-For tent, with bo.rl, yery de 1 11 cirAbie roons. fmniobed or nnfurmipbed, In Minai.nt lufAtinti. within af-w atese of the atroot laaiaar CAra. Apply at No. 11 Kaat Third at. bourdert can be aooonimouatod A fw day- myZ-u BOAfc DIi Famines and iiosle gantlemen can be accoiiitDoditted with pleaaant rwemi foue fifii t) and board by applyinilt0. JO Drtindway. lay boarders wasted aayg-b OAhIlG- A few boir'iera, ladtea or rjoiitte ttiui', can be accnnimoduted at G&DX Kfl'i, ri'Utb-T?at curoer intli rod walnut. i.ocitlon pUaeaiitaid rooms larae am couveaien. Apoiy immediately. U2-1 and hla wife VBOARIllNG A gmtloman MM thrre aingle g-ntlrmt-n drainng b-ard wtta coed front room, 111 pleate call at if 38 """'J'' lUfereLceaeacbaLRtd D1t B0AUD1M3-A gentleman and lady, and two or tbree elrale g. otlemen, can b. pieae.ntly accommodated with board lo a email priv'.te fam ily, tn reaaonaMe tern by applying at 04 Kaat 1 hlrd at , bet Broadway and Ludlow. myl ti BOARDING-BOARD IN Till COONTBY-By a get tu mas, bia wife aid child, not too Irutn tbe city ; muat be oonyenient to a atreet-ralt-read; a pleaaant nnlurniahil room, and tba com. forte of a home ladi-eired Addreaa P., Preea Office, eialiDg price, wcauon, ao. uixi u- BOARDING. FOR SALE. FOR 8AI.K-Tentr fire French Cartridge tlinVa. t ! bert A Lcclergue Patent, at 0. A tl'ICKall'8,No. 1-43 Main-etreet, up atalra. . mys-b'l I,M)R 8Al.E-GIJN8-Oue double-barreled . and two eliittle-lmrreled riflea, new and fur chiap, by railing at ho. 155 ITlun-et., between BHceandllra myl b -arAftU Btal.K OHUAP A Brat rate, nerfectlr- A trohen lamily Horse; Jenny Llud Buggy Ilarneea, la good order, apply at tbiaomco myl-tf I7OR 8Al,K-'B BENT A two and a-hitlf-: Hi 1 r brick dwelltLg-hooee.BUnateden ttighib. el , between Waluut and Slain, containing eleven rotm. with bath-room, water cloaet, atore-roem. Ac , ell In oomplete tepair. Lot Be feet front by feet deep, Wltb aide yara. xerma auu p .yiueuie itaeonable. Apply to HI BAIT A WOOIld, Court and Sycamore. myl-d FOR ALK CNlTiD BTATAS CHlVUKS HUNT LaND8-AtU to HI centa per Perbone deairing can effect entrlee of the United KtuteBGoT.rnment Laoda in aliaaourl at the above ttricta. on application to tha under.fgue'l, who autboriaedtotakaappUcatieiialn dua form Theea Tttuw ut&iAruH, J. M. nk.0 uill2 tf lunita .re tint i.iniDV. K.O. houlaeOo.'ai)uk..tO Weat Third at. "Ttttil MLE M- A FAIiM-lll 6 acrea, in moot roiintv. im mi m from Lnyeland Htattoa. on tt e Little Miami ttallroad. lying on a good Lading from Loveland ; 40 acre, oleared. aod acrea wood-land. Theta la anorcbatd ot 1 roil conai.titig of 1,000 poach-ueea. In line bearing tbe remainder, of apple, pear and cherry .treta, beginning to bear. A lao, raapberriee, gooee beiiiea, attawberrles, AO The an ve property In a good nelahberhood The Station at Loveland -aflbtoa eacelleut facilities to tboae who may the advautagea of railroad conveyance. City property will 1 taken in part payment to TriOM AH B. PAX ION, Attorney at Law, Vt Tblrd-at., ar to UUABL1U PAXtON, on premtaea. - ape PERSONAL. TSTalBSONAL-Tba weraon wh took th..logte A wagon, with a blue bed, April US, from preralai-a or tbe Widow O'Neill, oa the OtneL . n I. ..... mnA Kim No lata -.la rauueeled to turn tba aauie, or legal proceeding will be lor Its recovery. ay-a naUHilKiI IV INT A 4)0.. mauubujturaB A. ofladiee', gentleaieu'B, Mieaaa' aad children poota and ahoea. No. 1'Aei t iflh-etraat, thre. ataat of Kaoa. Tha work ia all done by competent tiauda, aud ia warranted. Priuoa cUaaiwr man JiMf-l H phereetae la the city. DSKPONAL-ta whom It may concern, JL hitvaiot. piaoutacturar ot KatrfdiuAT. aiiH Walnut-at.. between ireveutn-ata.i wlndow-abades, gilt and plain, put aiait rowes between Hixta In auy al la ; apriug aud other kluda of mattreaaea uciuar attanttoa 9 jaoouia muia-ii ceruvated, and Bat ejelalary. STRAYED. CTKAVKD-A email pala red and-whlte 39 white etiliie In tb laiv, and lower part ot tail white Any oa. giving iuforiuaitou of J. w. atklll, at Ike City &. U Blablsa, near Brighton llouee, will be rewarded. myi-b FOUND. 1"0V'N1 Th. only ator. In Cincinnati j hue VouneU, itibbona and Mlllinxrir are Bold vera cheap -No. 18 et Fifth-at., llAin. fmya-k! J. A. B RWLIIHOB. LOST. IOfT - - a. Ball aud tbBcoresrof Ylr andO a. The Bnder, by delivering the same at kto. i.ui at i belaw Tblrd, will be liberally I. warded, .lBBl-bl . FOR RENT. IjOt It T- Ho. 190 Mnlh-t , btwnfla Kim 1 M4 rinra. Ifinnlr. i.fd. b THOMSON, iKitli. f'i'im HUNT SI0MK MMl.tril 111 J trnl rijolMiig Hmfnii, i M ll, For purHcti- mri-b IOK lET-('tll 'OOtiS-To inkllfm. ity. t tn further li'Mirmul Indiilr t 'tml IrOR KlT-Th frrnt and Wit jurlnri nl 1 io riMm)i np ffUlrfl. tut ftnr tall famiir. t 9 4 Ooiirt-tirMi, txtwMa tin and I'mm Ref- tnli.itit flvo r-omi Mid hafmnntt pnperod Arid crircd ftrd Ria thrbiifih the hoiHe.un CIK'k-ntrtM't, b-H'W rrotmnB-m ppl to W J. 11KHNR, No. Rcei., bt third rd fonrth n3 b I Oh fcltlNT-A Rtt r'nsi rumliihfd ro-m la crr-d itorr, mt ltt'J Weft rinrth mreet. Bwi ll? per month, In advance. InatilrenfW K, LahtfiBAR AC-.,namfinir. ml-f L'OIt klrNT-ItBlUK UWKtjLINO-M'lth f"" r rix mi, iiinimer-li lichen at.d tood ard, at MOI Wadptt , t-etneen Linn aud BarnUler. Apply at Seat door eaet. - myi-tf I? OR RENT HOURS Far four monlhea plea. ? ant fort-tehed b')tiM. t-tr tijiinieatrom the Pot OfC- Inquire at l3 Mr-Verlat'd . b-t7een On tral ar. and Plum and Third and Fourth, mtl-b jlK BUNT-A Hl!Hll-Oititl(iln elern JL' rmiinB. ba'-moni, etabie, larae yard, are. m- 1;i nlra of ALBEBT UOSi, aouth-weal CT"r of ghth and uttrai a. apsj-o" 1jOR RKNT-I'OO-A email Rtlck, of fonp 1 toume, with hydreiit, on Worth et. , neet Sev cnth. Apply U i. k e HUMHI.K, 188 liroadiray. rap2Vd'J " Ix twi acM-fltltlk-f,!) JJ Walnui at.. wrpii Fifth and Hialh. tnauira of PIIOR A CO,. Wnlmtt-et. , aplA tf fj-OIt hT-UtiHoB No 18.1 Br adway. I ft dottra n rth of Fllth-at., cnpialulns 12 roomft Itetb, alar-clirpt. a c, In pe'fect edfr. P'ieene. Ion a Irtrn Immediately App y to CtiaS RULE, AlnrMe wtrka, Fi'th and niodarny ap.VI-tf , ' IjMlll H KPt-I-l WBi 1,1 li H .tm-Nj.3T8 - weat Sixth afreet, front, Mdn and hab yerde, twelye rooW'B. pae, hot and cold tmthe and coortinf Terra The houe ta newly fu'n'ahed with ail the modern Imprtrrementa. Apply to W, M, DORA No. 3 Hiii Ihud at , from 8 to 10 A. At. and I to V. 1H. ap-HX 17OIt BFt-nAtL-A lar ball I the Me . tropotllau Bull ting, col ner uf Ninth arid Wei-nnt-et. Aim, ot e atore on the first floor of tha ettme. Inqnlro if P jok A C ., i'iS Walnut at. laplntfj AUCTION SALES. a lllllllt fMAl.K-BY J Ihurhuld Furniture Oa OrArr A KOHL, F hi DAY M 1KN. INil. Mat A. at nine o'rloclt. will la e'd at our eb re, No, 18 Kaat Fouitti-at., a largo quantity af fatnlturo, ambrncit g a gent-rel ara utQinijt. JACOB GhAKF. Auctioneer, " myl IS Kaat Fouith at, W.M.K.HKWtSOCT, STOCg" PeOKEE, SI VEST TI1IBD 8TUEIT, CINCIKNATI, UTJY AM) HBM.S STOCK1, BOWDS and othor Seouritioe, on G onmti-aloa ouly ; negntflitea Loan- and makea Oolleotiova apS-ain MISCELLANEOUS. T BK CINC'IMNATl WKB&LI PR USB A FAMILY NSWSPAPIR, INDEPENDENT ON ALI. SUBJECTS a 1 , . P1V0TM TO 1 fOBSIOS AkD P0SUC8H0 BBW3, LITBBA- - TOBK, BC1SNG1. TH ABT8, COM-. , , KKBOB, AGBIOULTDBI, MB 'CHAN1C8, BDDCATIOHl , la publiabed -EVERY THDR8DAT, From the office of the Dally Praaa, ' YIK1-BT., 0PP081TB THB OUBTOM-HO TJgl CINCINNATI, OHIO, I" - l , BT HENRY REED Ae C., raoriimas, . PHI DQT.LAB A YBAW. IN APVANOB. WAR OUTFITS. India-rubber Camp-blankets, HAVBRSaCKS.KNAPBAOKS priskisq cops, TTavelinf-btg, Gan-coveri, EUCKtTS FOR ARTIIURY AND CAMP, WAGON CtMEBS. tC. K. . All tba abora ware need exteneivelr In tba Uavl can War. with great aucceaa Compenieaor lodlrid ualafurnlahea at tba luweat manutao urera' prloea. .i- . BAK.T cV B1CK.UX, India rubber Depot, 49 Weat ronrth-at , ' myl-!2dp One door weat from Walnut. A. rMA.I,Ii LOT OP ' U. F. PERCUSSION MUSKETS, ; ' WITH BAYONETS. For Bale by ' . B. Kittredgo & Co,, ' -, myl-c 134 BIAIN-gTRgBT. or far f . rifle aala NOTICE. Wives, Children and Aged Dependent Farenta of too Cincinnati Volun teer in the Service of the Gov ernment Needing: Assistance. rroiB COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY M- the Ull u. uncil on me r.iu oay hi oprn, loot, to wbom wae ar-propriated ttt.too for the benefit children and aged dependetit parent, atli moot at meu -ac-cu oaaet. tbe alvee. -BAi.lritiff e-.i.tar re her. on HOBDAYS ndS-TUtPAY of each a. .very watk, at S o'clock P M. ... Kach applicant (or relief will be required to pro dce wilt ten certiflcatea from the Oouacilmen tkrir reapectiy. wardB or from well -Known ottiaens tifthiirwaida 'I he Ct-rt'ncate moat etate the name of tbe appli cant, rualdenca and number In faiulp alao, a bet conipaulaa their huabanda fathera or ao,.a ara attached, and thatthei are reaidenteaf tha city. - Tnvot nua ma ms it u mtatttae. All patriutio ai d benevolent persona, deairone and 75 la aa tiler. road IS treea, ooa ditiun; Ilea deaira ' Ap ply 41 tha X . .iintrikiitl.aln ilia relief f tha tm lieB of Volun. lei re, will nTeaee tend money or check, to tbe tvm- in it tea. apl T AM PREPARED TO RECEIVE ALL M. ktDda ol oraera iu iu. una ot Awnings, Tents. Flags, etc. . All orders promptly attended to. LOUIS WYNJA NO. 144. SIXTH-STREET, ' ap27-f ' Between Bee, and Elm. TltTTI.ER'8 PREMIUM BLACB.INQ IJ Small, Kaw Medium aud Large. BuUer's I'XaToil T31ackira, IN BABTHBH POTS. Faotory, 39 Vine-street. ap30-aw T. 8. BDTLKB, Agent. Save Your Leaky Roofbl fT8EOAYSPATNTOUTTA-PBRCnA J filioli'INa. Tbe materiala of which it la com poaed combine every requielM for a practically porieuabht Boot. . . , a. wit a I BttwuBa mM'Cfla tta Sroamora-street. SPUING MILLINERY! T AM MOW OPENING A SPLENDID M. stock of Xsortneta, - - Rlhhana. FloWera French Pattern Bonnets, And Mi Din dry Good, of .vary deacriptloa, whola- sale aad retail. i tha ba i rM Insti tuted a door auy. 0. and aud rob is aT, WHDB, tTr-. 194 rirm-erBBET. Block-tin Pipe. FOR A filTpKRTOR KIND OP Bt-OCK-TM PlfAnWr Wlue LitA, aoda. etc., call on H. MeCOLLUM, pl 11 West Btaih-et., bet. Viae aud Baoe. op tallac r ESS MACKEREL, aVC.-JIJ"T I CKIVBU, Mi kitta Meal Mackerel (head, ...l. uk.llklt. M A..-al . k.u.,4. .nil 1 . 1 1 . so balf-klta Mo. 1 Balmon ; 60 kite No. I laeluioa ; Six-pound oana bpiobd tsaimuni SibO two-pound ona pound cans fresh BalmoulMO two-pound one-pound cane Loheters aor sal. ry BA1KS, National Theater Building, Byoamora treet. P ROYAL HAVANA I.I lBAUBDiABY.-Ia Di Ciw; tba to the where Uooda near INil. .OTTEttY-B rawtual ol April Mo.1,82 draw 91O0,00t 4AA8 draw SIO0,00O No.12.66a drew 83U.OOO) Mo 9,tl drew ) No. It.SIT drew S)ilOOOe). Being the rive PMapcaahed and Information famished by ap-tf NATIt. B. TAVLOB, l;t Broadway, ACilK FOUNIJ : V. 1BAI.-MR. iue-st .GinolnuatU WkulaaaU Dealers. aw Poat Jdlhi. tluabla a Ill J V - ' J -7-1 kf a,, FKaae aeua u uj Qwn evsj-vui y WlAA", lay's Tags oa hand. HAND It it CHIMP ,B XTBACTB.-s-raogipauul. fatcbouly, jCaipfaas lockey Club, Bweat Briar, awnoeieiia, to.ui-. ALBEBT BOtiA, Draggiat, . W.saa. Oaauai-ar- ul aWatb-ak. .1 - . Verbawa, Bass, lor sat. 111 lag) - THE DAILY PKESa TnmnT.. ... ..tiaV tl It Ttt-air-rT-fr Popular Advertisements. T IVnelmieM Pailt Paaea It taa aoawvl trcam Inbir at 4 mp'oaeiuM tm Ma ett. T'aa fitnimm jowiaiwatoaioa which Alrwiaaea hhtHm laborm ffwl pfnpevera, and Mweaca tnpUml aarf frwraafrp, ay maoaa a if larf eirmUilUm aa4 camp avtraraleeawnU, aapv ply taa awoala wA a ooaeeatoma aaa rm't to Had to hr anaran'a'ed A trie avfearabemeiif ea I' e IAlt,l Faf Be plaoa, lAa elyeat typr moeir (fcotMaea to labor rt and amplopera, aad vera ad ae.'rra. alaei-era to arfrerfeeoteala atap ae raeefped el rae npYa a tee Peli.T I a i en, affiled, and ao'dt-auM to aemer aviWa or nawl-en WANTS! WANTS!! If yon want a t, TH1 PAILT PBKS8. If yoa vant a Honaa, adyertla ta THI DAlILT FBB8S. If yon want to Sell any thlnjr, adrertlae In , TUB DAILY I'RKSS. If yon want to Buy any thine, adrertla In ' , THI DAILY FBKfU. Ill fact eyerr want can be anpplie t by adrertleln ( in : " - . . THU DAILY PBtSS., City News. Botjtk roR .Pah. A desirable ronta on tbe Daily rBUM U offerod to a taik buyer. Apply at tbe Counting-room. - .Till largoat borne-made bread In tbe city can be had at Smith's Bakery, south-east corner of Court and John. ' "-ap29-f Corokbt. A concert will be giten for the benefit ot Findlay Chapel, thhf eyening. Sec advertiBement. ! This ii the lost week at Waggoner'! for oysters. Go and get a can before they are gone, at Waggoner's, 203 Central-avenue. ' Hitiobolooioal Obbertatiois Bj Henry Wars, Mo. T West Fonrth-st, May It Barometer- ' Teeriaeiaehir. ..2t M " , A hove -rry 47 "in Ml A bora aero (Id -W A bore aero 67 O'efoeft. T A. M........ 12 Bt. t p. ST.. . rREOKS Hying in Brooklya or Jamestown, Ky., who wish to become subscribers to tbe Pbbf.s will receive prompt Attention by lear- Irg their names at Mrs. Foske'a grocery, in Jamestown, Ky- t" vi t. i r ' 1 RicnuiTa Wahtsd To till np the ranks of the Highland Guards, now in Camp liar iiEon. Must be able bodied, and sound in trery respeet, All thoee wishiog to join will apply to John ' Martin, 273 Walnut- street, who Will take them to camp. . . 1 Cap. Albert Aymor received notice yes terday that bis company of cavalry was ac cepted, and to report as soon as full. He is in want of a few select men. Office at the United States Hotel This will make one of the tnott efficient companies accepted.. . t te Ukdkbtakir Fined. John Jenkins, the unoei taker, arrested night before lust for removing a corpse outside of tbe city limits for burial, without a permit from the Health Officer, was yesterday fined (5 and costs, in the Police Court. - - 1.. ; ,- Miilitary Books Copyrighted. Mr. T. Wortbington, of this city, copyrighted three books, yesterday, compiled from Hardee's Manual, and designed for the In struction of volunteers. They are all to be translated into German. . . Resignation or a Police Opfiobr. Lieut. Brockington, of the Hammond-street Sta tion house, resigned his position yesterday, and will hereafter be employed as a private watchman, on Main-street. He has been a faithful and obliging officer, and his resig nation will be a great loss to the police force, Flag Presentation. A splendid stand of colors was presented by Miss Anna Inlas to the Home Guards of the Thirteenth Ward, organized by the No. 4 fire company, and was hoisted on their armory, at No. Engine-house, -amid a deafening salute ot tbiity fonr gnns, and an additional three for the fair donor. ' ' , of of to Tbb Qbbrh City Flying Artillery. This company ii now drilling .daily in the Catholic Institute. Their drill sergeant oo cupied tbe same position for eight years in Biagg's Battery. Tbe company are now awaiting assistance from the Governor and tbe City Council, in arming, Ac. Until this is received they will labor under many dif ficulties in tbe way of drill, which however, Captain Sherman is doing his best to ob viate. -. ' aa Tbb Second Kentucky Reoimist. Col. Guthrie yesterday refused a military com pany from Mason, another from Bracken, and another from Pendleton Counties, and three from other parts of tbe State. They will, however, be received to-day, as a lead ing and influential Kentuckian has left for Washington to ask tbe acceptance of second regiment, and it is believed his re quest will be complied with. - of - Pebsonal. Our friend, R. Delavan Mus gey, tbe well-known and talented journalist, of this city, we observe, has an office Cassius M. Clay's battalion at Washington. Mr. Muesey is an accomplished and a gallant gentleman, and will, we feel assured, render bis country good service wben called into action, Gentlemen, after all, make the of soldiers, as tbey do anythiug else which they feel disposed to devote their time and attention. Bayonet Exercise. We are indebted Messrs. Robert Clarke k Co., booksellers, a copy of Captain now Major-Gcneral McClellan'i Manual of Bayonet Exercise, prepared for the use of the army of United States, and printed by order of War Department. Those of our fellow zen soldiers who desire to make the enemy feel particularly uncomfortable in the region of the stomach, with those ugly-looking things which tbey stick on the ends of their muskets, will do well to take a look into this volume. El; aad Dead Lbttbbs. Poit-ojk, Cincinnati, May L, 1861. The following letters, valuable lnclosures, have been turned from the Dead-letter Office, Washing ton; u r-u.ntu.1l A Ho. to.To.hna Cot. Cull aiUun, Klllgoni A Uj. to tibellwir. A Bust. Ihtmpaon A Naaniith to Oolortb A Devltt. tu Sard maud Pottholf. J. B Laadon to bt. W. H. Van Dorea. . Mary Auue Aergan to John Kergan. ; y.lellil A Uuidakuuh to Lewi. Alexander. ' bata'i fit. Pike to Vance A Brother. I Gliieoa Burton to Dan'l Currier. a.. Morgan tu ttimoa D Harvey. I W. W. To Prof. U Dunbar. . : lubt. B. Critcbell la Mrs. 8. A. Critchell. : aran A McLean to Henry Neviu. 1 Giimore A iluiilap to Geo. Bubuah. ! to Beuj. Sreicklng. ' f ' ; ; I J. B Ooukilu A Co. to The.. Jordan. 1 .' ! 0 B. Davie to Agues Stall I ! Heury Borhcnkeuiper to Biepuaa D. Topey. i A. L Scovllle to J. W. Dodd Bggel. A Go. to P. 8. Cooper. - , To obtain these letters, personal applica ntT I! KM tion must be made by one of the parties to J. L. VATTIER, P. M. X- a, 8,001 frinoi- Weekly Report op tbi City Auditor. Tbe City Auditor last night presented to tie City Council the following report of the receipts and expenditures of the city for the past week : Xxpendlltu aa... Atecelpu.. tWS.TtS at 1.6U6 ill REMAINING IN THE CITY TREASURY. aw tt E- -tLA'da!LilSU'i"' ' . Bugenla, . & tooiits ,. 10 90S 7 ., SO I7 It . Ufi A Ii . 774 PS 1M 17,ll at It:i so SOU VI ... 40 1JS It at.Ut at I.9M tl . HIN w. ti.M 1 . ia,4 4 flaneraA Ynod.-. Watcb Fund l.ivbc Vutd.., Fire Depaitmeut fata Bi.kina Vniid.. biiperb rOouit fuud. ..... Wor-houae Jbnd...., Boepital l'uud...M.-M Mrtsicken aut.a - lataaaat food...... ...... G.ar aioa bchooi YuntL. Colon d Hchool tuLd..,,. Ilooee tl kefuaa kuud.. WaUtr-worBB ruud-v iuiuaaaxf JTaud., Tvtal.. ..AMS.tlt St THE WAR EXCITEMENT. THE WAR EXCITEMENT. Camp City—A Second Kentucky Regiment— Anxiety to see Service—The Gubernatorial Peace Conference—Miscellaneous Matters. Clmp Clay, the headquarters of Colonel Guthrie's Kentucsy rrglroent, is located within a few yards of the old corporation line, and nearly on the river bank. A nnnv bet of old, but conlfortMile.Wotk shops, and omnibus sheds, form an excellent protection to the soldiers, and the ground is dry and level. The regiment is made ap of patiiotic Kf Dtnckians, who have very properly disre garded the conduct' of their Governor, and rallied to tbe support or the Uuneral Uov- ernment, and the nag of their country. Tbey are a noble looking lot of men, and will never tarnifh the reputation which their Slate has heretofore enjoyed, and, among patriots, their conduct will gt farto com pensate for official direlection. Six companies from the Border were offered yesterdey, after the regiment was full, and Secretary Cameron has been tele graphed to to accept another regiment, bat as yet no answer haa been received. All the. members are anxious for service, and express a desire that tbey may be imme diately ordered to the most exposed sections of the country. Nothing would please them better than an order to proceed to Washing ton at' cjnee, through Baltimore, and it is believed such an order will be given soon, This enthusiastic desire for active service is general throughout all the regiments and companies iu this vicinity, and were, there any immediate prospect of a fight, this city weald furnish at least 15,000 active soldiers. ' The Proposed Gubernatorial conference, night before last, resulted in nothing the projector, Governor Magoffin, not arriving in time to see the other Executives. Gov ernor Morton left for Indianapolis at three o'clock yesterday morning, and Governor Dcnoiton went to Columbus at seven. The cotiference, we learn, was first suggested by Mr. Magoffin, but as he failed to arrive in time, It , is believed that he originally in- tendtd It as a ruse to gain time. After the Executives bad departed he arrived in Cov ington, accompanied by lion. J. J. Critten den, who entertained tbe citizens of Coving ton and Newport yesterday afternoon and evening. ; , A report of the speeches will be found elsewhere. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. completed their organization, last evening, as an inde pendent military company, by tbe election of the following officers : Captain, R. K. Oox, jr. ;, First Lieutenant, into. Uarsn t beoona Lieutenant, w. Hudson; Third Lieutenant,.!. L Woodward; Ensign, A. Busman; Fust Sergeant, Joveph King; oecona oergcant, r. Li Keex: tnira (Sergeant, H. Robinson ; Fourth Sergeant, F, BucbboVz; Quartermaster SerireanuB Rub- in;on; First Corporal, J. W. Carlton; Second Uorporal, inos. J. Stephens; intra uorporai. M. olarcnant, iiieq. ; fourtn uorporal, Cutter. - They have selected for their armory the Eagle Livery Stable, where they will meet nightly to drill. The Spring Grove Home Guard met at the Bhool-honte on the Winton-road, and, after organization, adopted the following resolu tion : . 4 Eetolved, That we, the undersigned, tuem beis of tbe Spring Grove Home Guird, hereby pledge our lives and our sacred honor tbut wu will faitulully observe tbe foregoing, cout-titution aud tbe by-laws made there under; that we will cherish and promote iuteiesis of the company : and that we uphold and defend the Government of United States and our common country. The following officers were then elected CaOtain. W. P.; Wiltsee; 1st Lieutenant. Burkardt; 2d Lieutenant, J Burnet; Eusign, . Hi. Morris; ljuartermaaier, riatt fevans; Sergeant, C. H. Hunter; 2d Sergeant, Lodge; 3d Sergeant, Sylvester Hand; Sergeant, Charles Murpby; 1st Corporal, Wm. McMakin; 2d Corporal, J. H. Coolidge; 3d Corporal, David Graj; 4th Corporal, Vsnwav: Treasurer, David Gray; Secretary. C. Hr Hunter. Company "A" of the Seventeenth Ward Home Guard, will meet at tbe Firemen's this evening, at half-past seven o'clock, attend to important business. r - a in to to for the the citi little Business Menb' Pbayeb meeting at Smith k Nixon's Hall. A portion of the Sermon on the Mount was read. At tie request the leader, a few moments were spent in lent prayer. " "Duties belong to us, events to God," one. "We should work as Chris tians; be will turn everything to his glory." Tbe 255th bymn was sung. The begin ning of the third stanza was made the ject of comment. The "blessed river Salvation," hire spoken of, like the mentioned in Revelations, was a beautiful figure. Though it pissed through all nations, and its waters were used to supply the cessilies of all, yet its channel grew broader and deeper, and its waters increased. So was with tbe salvation offered by Christ. Let nations tumble against each other war continue, yet ''blessed river of Salvation, pursue tby onward way ; flow thou to nation. Nor in thy richness stay ; stay until all the lowly-triumphant reach home. Proclaim the Lord is come." By request, it was made the special ject of prayer that some one toul might converted at this meeting. ' "Why do we come here?" inquired "Do we, as did the Shepherds of Bethlehem, that we may worship the young Jesus?" Another quoted tbe remarks friend: "You must be very wicked to to attend meeting every morning." We come here, not because we are in ger, but because we have a gracious wbom we love. An anecdote was related of tbe Rev. Lyman Beecber, who was once asked if was any news. "Yes," said he, "The God Omnipotent reigneth, and the Devil trying to." So it is now. con taininaT re .- J ' Attempted Suicide. A girl about teen years of sge, wbose name we suppress, by request, attempted to commit yesterday by taking laudanum, but was by the timely application of a remedy. She it tbe dauguter or a reepectable merchant, and has always in the best society. About eighteen ago she became acquainted with a man of prepossessing appearance, and tachment sprung up between them, bore every evidence of sincerity en the of both tbe young people. The sequel, ever, prove that hit professions were gether hypocritical, as be not only but pome days ago deserted her, since time she haa been partially deranged. COVINGTON NEWS. riiTv CortMciL. The Cltv Council will meet this afternoon at four o clock, at which hour it will hereafter meet, instead of in tbe evening, as heretofore. IftrriNS) at Sasdfobd To There will be a Union meeting at Sandford Town on Fridav ninht next, on which occasion J. W. -. .- r. ..a . . Menzies, .sq., ot uovingion, wiu aaareat uio people. Flao Prbsentatiobt. The Oddfellows, last night, raised a beautiful tUg above their ball. We understand it was presented to them by the ladies for that purpose. Mayor's Oppicb. Henrr Appel and James MoOlure were yesterday flood $4 60. each, costs included, by tbe Mayor, oa charge of breach of the peace. . - PaaanaAL. lion. John J. Crltteadea and Governor Msgottia were ia the eity yester- day, thegueaU ol uownei rinaeu COVINGTON NEWS. May-Day. Yesterday, Mayday, as the children call it, was beautiful, when ws looked np to the iolet sky, and felt the pure air of the love- month like a blessing tipog our brow, . ' But when we thoaght of the- May-days past ; of Uiose bora in the, early years of onr lifc,;the day grew more b6'ntlful to tbe mem ory than to the sense; and tha departed time was idealised by recollections of A half hap pfnee destined never to retort'. ' No month to lovely as May; none that awakes each tender memories ( none tba', so appeals to the spirit and to tbe heart. Tbe initial of May is the first letter of pleasure, lov and peace; and In tbe dark volume of existence it marks tha sombre page with A symbol of light May day has power to reproduce the Fast, r,d the dead years are through it embalmed with mere than Egypt's art.: Not Only embalmed are they, but revivi fied. . , . : . They speak to tu from the tomb; they thrill with tha emotions we impart f-'aod we feel the outstretched hands and the offered lips that are no more, touch us as of old. Acadia rises as wa think of May days gone, Igone with their beanty, their glory, their fascination; and, more than all, with their hope and their content. Tbey will come back never 7 Never, never more !," No more than tbe diluvian dove to the Ark ; tbe water to the rock that Moses smote. 1 - '. 1 Blessed is the May-day ever for what it has given ; for what it baa tanght ; for what it bat proved to the soul of capacity to er joy I When wa saw yesterday to replete with lovelineis,' tba faded pictures of the Past were retouched as with an artist's hand. The Raffaelle of Nature was at work with bis magical pencil, and wa beheld the resur rection of love and beauty as they were be fore they died. ' We beheld them ; bat they faded like a vision, ana while our tongae t altered, our heart said: "Farewell forever." City Council—Proceedings Last Night. do the will the F 1st L. 4th Geo. Hall to of si re marked own sub- of one no it and eveiy not their sub be one. child of a have dan Father Dr. there Lord is nine-' suicide pre vented proper nigniy moved months young an at which part bow alto betrayed, which The City Council met last night at the u-ual hour, President Hirst in tbe Chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. Baker offered a resolution Instructing the Commissioner for the Western District to block the sewer on Columbia-street at Race, Elm and Plum streets. The resolution was referred to tbe committee in connection with the Board of Public Improvements. Mr. Mayer presented a petition of the Queen City Artlltiry Company,' of which Mr. Lewis Hoffman is Captain, stating that tbey were unable to obtain the proper atmt from the State, and praying that they be furnished by the city. The petition was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. ' ' ' ' Mr. Edwards offered a resolution that twenty-three dozen pairs of woolen socks, made in the Female City Prison, be donated to tbe volunteers at Camp Harrison. Adopted. Mr. Walker presented a resolution, from William H. Stevens, Captain of the Horse Company of Union DrsgoonS, tendering their services to the city whenever they rhould be needed. Referred to tbe Military Committee. A list of receipts from licenses was tead, reported by the Mayor, and ordered to be filed, i An ordinance to vacate Keck-alley was, on motion of Mr. Warren, taken from the table and pasted, thereupon the deed of Hr. Henry W. Taylor and wi'e, dedicating twelve feet in width on Livingston-street, fo the dis tance of 260 feet, was presented and accepted. A number of ordinance! were presented by Mr. Warren, Chairman of the Committee on Public Improvements, and passed. Mr. Warren offered a resolution to instruct tbe Oommitsiooe of .the Northern District to open a sewer under Betti-street, at a cost not greater than $125. Mr. Doherty, Chairman of the Committee on Lighting the Cily, offered a resolution borrow the sum of $6,000 of Culberson, Eilgore k Co., for paying bills due the Cin cinnati Coke and Gas light Company. The resolution was referred to the Committee Claims and Finance. A communication from T. C. Ware, City Solicitor, was received, announcing the ap pointment of Wm. Disney, Esq., Assistant Solicitor. The bonds of tbe tame were pre sented and accepted. Mr. Manh presented an ordinance amend ing one now In force, in such a manner as authorize tbe Auditor to administer oaths that capacity, and not at a Notary Puplic Mr. EggleBton bad serious doubts whether the Council had the tight to authorize any one to administer oaths. He referred to case where the city had got into difficulty this way. The City Solicitor was called upon, gave it as hit opinion that the Council the power contemplated by the ordinance. After further consideration the ordinance was referred to the Law Committee. Mr. Glass presented a communication from Thes. J. Peters, City Civil Engineer, repre senting that the City Street Railroad Com panies had not complied with the ordinance by which they were required to keep ttreett paved, many or them being now much out of repair. Referred to the Com mittee on Publia Improvements. Mr. Glass also presented a communication from the Independent Guthrie Gray Regi ment, asking Council to appropriate sum of $10,000 to assist in completing equipment, They stated their object to to preserve their identity at a Cincinnati regiment, by adopting their old uniform. Thia, with an accompanying ordinance the desired amount, was referred to tbe Military Committee. A communication, presented by Mr. wards, asking Council to appropriate for equipping the Cincinnati Rifle Company, was referred to tbe tame committee. An ordinance, appropriating $10 to white wash the fence around Eighth-street Market space, was lost on suspension of the The Council adjourned. Remuneration of Unitrd States DltES. Tbe lOHOWing, aaa uio uaiiiiouia (Penna.) J'ofriol, gives the rate of pay lowed in tne army ut mo ummo, wbich tbe militia it entitled when into aerv ice: Colonel - Ll' uteuant- uoiooei.. Ma ior... ..-.. Captain Jfnat Lieutenant Hecond Lieulenaul Brevet beooao Liniwuw..H k irat. or Oidcrly bergjant. Ol bar Bergaiuita ... Cor aora ia - r rival ee Mutiolaaam - I'ar . ....... .... I ....... DfRrera are required te provide their nniforma and aautoments. but the men clothed nd armed by th Government. Tsui NoiYURRN Chivalry. The Journal savs: We understand that Mrs. Wigfall, wife the erralio Texas Senator, and family residing in a neighboring town, ana bv has been engaged for a Davis, but whether this lady it the wife tbe chief ol the rerjeut, our luiuruiau, not. They will find here a safe refuge the storm which their husbands have to arouse. The men of Maaeachu. aita nnaeaaa the true cbivalric spirit, wage no war upon vuua, log them away nor by Insults. A am, a would be raised to protect them any unwarranted intrusion, ana tue thiet of our people will be with tbem trying future, wben the supremacy Government and the majesty of the law Vindicated. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT. JcDCi Stork. A rery try a Stable 00 a ewing; an ay hiac, tha prtrperty of a lady, was held to bar illegal by the Court; the property being ailjudged Vl be exemptl the same as the tools tor a mechanic; and jtHlpmectwas rendered against the constable ibriaa. ,, . In the matter of ths alignment of Ellis k Bturo. ie. A petition by the assignee, asking for instructions, was ordered to be filed and made part of proceedings in another suit brought by various parties against tbe es tate. ' McGregtrr . Lewis. Claim by represent stives of a landlord for allowance 01 atresia of rent from a fund in court. Motion over toil d. - - Furom Jcnm Hoam.iv. Rust, executor, r. i'tior, administrator, Held: That w hera mere than eighteen months had expired after appointment of administrator, and fur ther time bad not been granted to fettle estate, an nnpald claim might be liquidated by judgment. PROBATE COURT. ' In thk Matt pr or tub Vowirmi Claim id by Hib FATHBTt. The first habtat utrrnu leaned against Uapt. Guthrie, to require him to show caure in Court why be retained Constantino Fecker, a minor, of his liberty, resulting in non-service, the Deputy Sheriff not being able to find tba Captain or the volunteer, a second writ was issued yes. terday. On this second occasion the father had an Interview with his son, who not being willing to return, the father withdrew his objection, and the matter ended. AseioitMitBT Oarcbllbd. The assignment of M. A L. Mete was cancelled, it appearing that an arrangement had been made with the creditors. NEWPORT NEWS. TJitioR Meeting i Newport. There will be a Union meeting at the Court-house to-morrow night. A large attendance is earnestly desired. to on to in a in Fined and Held Ovbb. Valentine Au rtden, residing on the corner of McArthar and Cabot-streets, was yesterday fined $18 and costs fo whipping bis wile. He was alto held over undor $100 bail to keen tbe peace. George Tuttle, for throwing tumblers and stones in the ettablisbment ol Frederic Btutcbte, was fined $15 and costs, and will be held over to-day to keep the peace. He had several coadjutors in tbe offense, one of whom, Henry Hopkins, will be tried to-day. Union .Meetino at Jamestown At a mtetiDg held at Jamestown on Monday night much enthusiasm was manifested. Tue people of that 'burg" are evidently wide awake in tbe good cause. Four hundred pereots are said to have been present. Mr. John Schwartz presided, and F. M. Webster, Esq., and Colonel FearronB addressed the meeting. Tbe Boone Rangers presented a flatt to the Home Guards, greatly higbteninjr tbe interest of the proceedings. Ma. Crittenden in Newport. A flag was raised at tbe residence of Colonel Taylor, ia the eastern part of Newport, yesterday after noon. ..The usual salute was fired. A large number attended, it being generally under stood tbat Mr.1 Crittenden would speak. Colonel Taylor first addteesed the audience, hruny reternog to the early btstory ot Ken tucky end otOtiio, and showiDg the necessity ot preserving friendly relations between them. His views are well known. . Mr. Crittenden followed. His remarks were quite brief. He said that a Roman Veteran, alter thirty years of public service, was dlecharged from further labor. He had been thus engaged for forty years and was new called npon to take the first lesson. He was born in the Connty ot Bonrbou, in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Every pttb that he had punned on 'every subject, every sentiment now entertained he had derived from Kentnckians. We bad lived to sea our great institutions shaken and reeliog like a drunken man. We were really in tbe midst of civil war. Armies were mustering around us. This civil war was not a rumor, but an actual fact. You of tbe North aud South are aiming your guvs at our breast. What was old Kentucky to do? He wanted ber to do ber duty, to preserve ber honor. Her btavery conld not be denied. It bad been tested on too maoy occasions. - But Kentnckiant were called upon to acta part. Active hottililies were all around them. Tbey should try and preserve the peace. He bud tried to brinp; it about in a humble way in Congress. No one could complain of Ktntucky that she had brought on this strife. She had always fulfilled her consti tutional obligations, aod bad a right to maintain ber neutrality. He contended tbat it was the highest office she could fi.l to raise the hand of mediation between brethren. Both parties were urging Kentacky to fight. She might have the choice of sides, but we could do both sections infinitely more good by our present position. He was in favor ol an armed neutrality. Sections said they could not trust Kentucky in tots posi tion. Why not?- Had she ever violated faith before? Should Kentucky go out to join a vulgar fight. No. Would she secede. Kentucky secede! He bad never though', never dreamed of such a thing. Kentucky knew ber rights and ber duly, and until Bhe waa foiced, by circumstances, to do otherwise, ber present course was the right one for ber to pursue. Mr Crittenden's remarks were warmly applauded throughout. Colonel or Campbell County Militia. As hat been stated in our military items, heretofore, Colonel Guthrie, of the Campbell County militia, bas left tbe county, ae volunteer in the United States Army. We are informed tbat his office in the militia now vacated, according to law. RIVER NEWS. the very the their be ap propriating Ed $500 rules. Sol- al v called moata. t.'IS uo tn 170 on lis 10 in to Iu3 50 HO 611 S9 00 B7 IB) n oo oo tt os own are . ., Boston of are snai a Mrs. of uu.i from con tributed and The Ohio it ttill receding steadily here, having declined, during the twenty-four hours ending Irst evening, some fifteen or sixteen inches, leaving a channel depth at this point, according to the Water-worki report, of about seventeen and a half feet. The River at Pittsburg, yesterday, was stationary, with six feet three inches water there.' The weather wat clear and delightful, yes terday, though rather cool for the season. Business waa extremely dull on the Land ing, tt it has been ever since the civil was inaugurated. Not more than fifteen boatt were at tbe city Wharf, and freights were very scarce, and nearly nominal. Yesterday's Louisville papers say : The river was falling rather tlowly yes terday, with seven feet two inches water . . , . . i r, rv .. the usual, ny tne pier-mia aw uait, inur ing tbe previous twenty-four nours it fallen four inches at the head of the Falls, and one foot at Portland. On tbe F-etlls there were five feet two inches water in pass. Tbe weather was delightfully and pleasant all day, with, however, a heavy rain the night previous. . Yesterday'l St. Louit Democrat observes: ' According to the City Engineer's report, the river rose only half an inch yesterday. It will probably be on a stand to-day. Cairo there are over twenty feet of water, Cairo it greatly inconvenienced by water oozing through the levees. Our latest dales from St. Paul represent the river to have fallen sufficient to admit hnainaaa being done properly on the At Keokuk there were lately heavy tnd tbe tiver wasBtill rising, with seven a half feet on the Rapids. There was a falling off m frieghta. At Hanni bal the river was s ill on the rise. The opiKWite the city was nearly covered over. Tbe farmers are removing their to the bluffs. A portion of South Hannibal is submerged. Tbe tenements situated tha mouth of Bear Creek are no w surrounded by water, and the end it not yet, . At last accounts the river wat three wide at Su Paul, while tbe Minnesota never to high before within tbe memory that mythical personage, tbe "oldest Ab Cbaeka, 3,000 cords of wood floated away, aud the Tillage wat entirely under water. .... The Illinois River, ttill very high, it at the rate of aiz iocheeevery twenty four hours. Tbe Mississippi il stationary, with and a half or five feet in (he channel to- Joseph. ' There wet a rumor In town yesterday tbe Osage bad again risen, and had seven teet water in the channel. STEAMBOAT REGISTER. sytnp. in the of th are - Queeu. Madlaebi Megaolia, Mayaville; G. W. Pitul uigl Lau.atrr Mo. 4, Neville; rrlaad. be Oileaua; Kmma Duncaa, at. Riunie, Bt Paul ...,, ieuaxaree-Telegraph Na. I. Loulivllla, Qu a. Mediaon; Magatlta, Maieviltc; bo. 4, barilla, . . . W "'. I . ! The Secession Press Alarmed at the Vast Uprising of the North. The Orleans iromin. lURuag. m w e m ,.cr, , 'erv Doaailtle n, that a verry fVirta-ideimWe ero and from eve Tiublie oninlnn, portion of tne people inerrat are aetnaora try an Impulse of blind,, irrwtioaal and innan, sate hatred toward aa. And the lf add. ' The Sectional prejudice) among thousands Which, until recent event, had laid dormant and inert, bas been reused te active oVtnon ftratina by the fiendish tactics of Biack Kepvhllcaa journal. These have so min gled the moat violent denunciation of the South aod ila institutions with frantic -ap- fieala in behalf of the Union and tbe Anter ran fltg, at te stir np tbe ignorant manses to a pitch of uncontrollable excitement, and to fill them with vindictive and malignant hostility. If these fomentrra of strife were permitted to direct the policy of the United States Government, a war of extermination gainst the Sooth would be waged. All their counsels tend to tbia object, and aa they appear to be gradually obtaining the ascendency with the Lincoln Administra tion, it may be that before the lapse of many months the conflict will really assume tbe hideous character tbey desire to impart to it. The ZiuWepi obtwrves: i Public ntiment In tbe South hat become a unit. Never before wag there such una nimity on any question as now exist in the Cobftderate Stater, and in those slave BtebM tnat are not yet technically witnin tnem, almost tbe lame unanimity it manifested. The coercive policy of the Black -Republican Government hat produced wbat nothing: else could have 4od. It haa obliterated all autre party differences in the Southern Sutea, and brought all men npon the tame platform of resistance to such coercion. Tbe conserva tive sentiments of tbe border slave States are rapidly Riving wav before tbe razy ef forts at subjugation of tbe usurping despot ism at Washington City. That power seems to have entirely forgot' ten tbat there it a leeislative body known as Congress, for it is arrouatinp; to itself at much authority at Louis Napoleon or the Emperor of Russia ever exercised. The Republican Cabinet bat beea converted into an oligarchy, wielding unlimited auiDonty Genuine Republican theory and practice appear to be completely lost light of. The Lincoln Cabinet, instead of merely carrying into (fleet tbe laws tbat Congress pagae. makes laws ot its own, or rather proceeds to make wsrupon the Confederate States with out any law. Why don't Mr. Lincoln fulmi nate a decree declaring Congress abolished, and himself and his friends in perpetual au ibontT, with power lo do just wbat they like, law or no law? He might at well do this at lo do wbat they are doing. A Military Necessity in Baltimore. easy cannon range gnus Fort McHenry, tays tbe New York 'iVihunt, lies the foundery and machine-shop of the two men wbose cervices to Secession are this day worth more than those of any others in the rebel State of Maryland, Thomas and Hots Wiuaos. Tbe culo.Baf fortune guiued by tbe m on tbe great pub'ic work of ltm sta is openly and defiantly pledged to the destrnction of America and Americans, and as an earnest of their pledge, they are run ning this immense foundery, which ordina rily gives employment to 400 men, night and day on cannon, shot and shell. Every day tbey are furnishing tbe rebels with the means of destroying a hundred of our sons and brothers; every week tby weaken us by a regiment of noble hearts. We lay nothing of murderous steam guns wbich send 600 shots per minute upon their deadly errand ; and one of which is equal to a regiment of riflemen. They may or may not be a success ; we speak only of the labors of the Messrs. Winans in the fabrication of tbe tried and staple material of war, that material, tbe capacity of which for slaughter has been reduced to a mathematical cer tainty. So many cannon ot such a character and caliber so many shot and shell repre sent so niauy men'SliveB A month ago, tbe War Department at Washington taught us a phrase, new tu this nation wben applied to the surrender of a lort a purase wmcu is destined otten to re cor in tbe course of this conflict the terrible pbrase, "military necessity." The people ol ine worth heard, and have learned it well: and to-day tbey ask the War Department whether the proximity in lialtimore of red era! cannon to the Confederate cannon foundery does not suggest another "military necessity., . A word from Washington to the Com msader at Fort McHenry, and this smoking foundry win, wunin:twenty minutes, sink: into a mass of smoking ruins. Tne shells arid bot shot, selected for this work, will have to traverse but little more than a mile of airy space to accomplish their mission destruction. And they may be tbrown as not to interfere with other "property, tfiat he deBirable. Inbebalf of tbe tens of thousand) of brave and patriotic men who are rushing to arms at tbe call of the Nation's Chief, we ask delay in this matter be not reckless play with the lives wbich they so generously proffer in bis defense; in behalf of them and of the milliobs wliote hopes for tbe future bang npon tbem, we ask whether their dtath shots shall longer continue to forged and cast by permission of our G and wbeiber the prevention of this duel crime be not a "military necessity." Mode of Prosecuting the War—A Boston View of the Subject. a is war in - n&a the clear To and the of rains, and re markable bot tom stock-, near miles wat of inhab itant." bad , de clining four St. that or Toreat Gra ham, West ni Louis; . Fireat Laucaaver The Boston Journal observes: We should have at once a proclamation for 200,000 more men, 100,000 for immediate seivice, and the remainder for an army of reset ve. Economy, speed and success all demand no lees a number, Tbe present 75,000, diminished by tbe denial of troops by the Border States, are only three mouth s men, and will serve but a temporary aod partial purpose. Those next called for . .1 , . , . ,, OIL- I 1. Suoum DO tor tne war. me lengtu 91 tbat war depends upon tbe force of the blows struck, and that force depends upon our being able to throw 50,000 men upon a given point, according to the rules and practice of war. ; : . . v in order to put that number of mm in the field, 150,000 are needed to keep open tbe line of communication, and to bold points indispensable in this great theater of opera tions. I he hot season wiu bt upon tto Douin in two montht. That alone is 50,000 men ia tbeir favor. Before that time comes, we must not only have reptlled attacks, oocu- Eied Cairo with a large and available army, eld Baltimore at an indispensable strategic point, put at least 10,000 men on shipboard to menace the whole seacoast of tbe rebels, and, if need be, to co-operate in the occupa tion of New Orleans; but we must strike a blow at and hold Richmond, and follow that by such other blows as can only be dealt by a lnroe force, and wbich the whole property. wisdom and power of tbe North demand, in order tbat this rebellion may be speedily and effectliallv CTUShed. In tbe present temper of the Northern mind, with the people rushing in arms in averv iree State in overwhelming numbers. ' that is jutt at easy as to call for half this force, ana ngnt a ae-iaying, uomuraii&iuK auu Inner war. which would be destructive to government, to property and to this, the most glorious enthusiasm wbich ever seized nnnn a oreat and insulted people. This is the determination of the whole people of the free States: let the Government see to it that it finds full expression in comprehen aive and decisive action. It it only by such a war that we can again extend the blessings of this Government over the whole country, or, railing to do this, tbat we can dictate the terml Ol an eVtaurtltyPy peavoviui awpaaanwia. Hontino or Bralb There were seven or aiokt hno tallow all lying ClOSS tO tUB outer edge ot the ice, and we first opened approaches in form against them. They wma'verr abv. and would not allow the boat to come within shot; but no sooner h.rl ilirv dived Into the tea than their un fortunate habit of curiosity got the better of tbem, and every one 01 them cam oioao arooud tlie boat, popping up their beada like "Jack-in-the box," and nourishing their heel in th air contemptuously ,iiw..a aaain. I never enioved more ex- eiiiino' aixirt then I had for a couple of boo,, or an. for at fast at I could load and fire there wat a great round bullet-head standing like a target In the water ready for me. and, as tbe sea wat calm, nearly mutv ahnt WBJt successful. i- Without tbe boat going 100 yards from tba aivot. I shot dead fifteen seals of tha very largest lite; but, although I took the ulmoet pain not to lire until tbe boat's bead was directed straight toward the seal, anil within thirty vard of him. still I had tbe perverse bad luck to lose twelve out tbe ntleen, ana generally uau tue bvuuiwuuju avatloB of aeeinar them sink out of th reach of tbe harpoon, jutt a second of time too lata. W managed to get bold of three immense fellows, mv harpoouer most culpa bly miaatd his stroke at another, as tbe boat hot passed him while he lay floating on turlace, and the iron "drew" out of a fifth altar ha wa fairly struck. Three of them sank ia water to shallow tbat we easily the bottom with a harpoon, but it wa.ao muddy tbat we groped, lor mem unavan- laaiy fortomeutue. - , .. .. ,-, ; Mistake Ideas of the North in the South A Series of Blunders Corrected. . ,a, The New York Tribmt hat the following: .itt, n i in A r i-A 'T of so if if be v etLment, 9 a aril hich we fnirr tl.ab onr S'lmiit' I ft it w . I 11 I from, those region bave either been Uw Intent 'npo liv julep or too much en-u-n HaP in pnrchaslng gonifn, to mrry but: -alinht.nmnl nf khaip IhaV" avt hnroe jielghlxns much valuable fruit of tnttlligrit ,. , ... Observation. We renumber to have met and , ,,: , . converted with aelever Yank woman who . . ,1. i-t undertook to teach th ideas of half dm-am ' 1 hoys and girls to shoot, npon a Virginia plantation. She told n tbat the georl y ', opinion of those about ber wat, that we are. , to poof and mean thnt w are ready to dry i - -almost anything for a shilling, and khao-d)" lutrly anything for two shillings and six-, ptrtre. ' ' ' ,. CO we una at tots time ma noniiMra newt -aper roarirg in efnaay and fiery way about hordes" cf Northern "mercenaries" pent to ' rnt the general Pontbern throat. Upon ' ' thrust word 300 change are rang, and ',"'.' of tnem . two cornmenta win aiapose, -a nurde," according t our idea, to a gang of - men intent upon plunder; and horde. umly ' go whertlhrre i8omethiDgbside"nlggers, 4 ' to real. Rome was a fair prise- for the . , Gotbs; but all tbe Confederate State to- - .... I A k.nll. ,inioh lAt" anntitrh ' poiuci nuuiu m-iu, " ' - -r. - lor a pair of rapacious rfwtmenuj-Msertaitily lot enough to tempt men from the comforts , , of borne to the discomforts of the field. Nine-tenths ot the wealth of tbe Sooth It -In fancy human stock, of no particular valae to a soldier of fortune f mo value at all to the patriotic Northern volunteer. Mercenary, ' loderd I Those noble aoldiera, who have . just left home, and comfort, and their loved ; once, to fight the battle of the Constitution, asking no recompense but tbe consciousness; of rectitude, mercenaries 1 If to, then War rtn tnd Adnm,tbea Hamilton and Schuyler Were mercenaries I If so, who would Rot be a mercenary I Tbe men of tbe North know, indeed, the value of money. Tbey know what it wjil do; and they know, a Southern rebel will .. find out to their coet, ju the right time to . spend it. History bardly record such apro (use jet enlightened liberality a that which the Northern State bave exhibited. It ia . hardly an exaggeration to say tbat the ent re . wealth of cities and towns, of private cor porations, aod of indiviouaia, bat been tea- , dried to the Government upon it own terms. We do not believe there are tea thousand pereops in Maatacbuteita who hare not given tx mi thing, or done someihiug, for the cause. And tbat which is true of tautsachusetta, ia iTue ot evety other free Stale. Mercenaries, -indeed I Vt e do Dot bave to. put tbe tcrewt oa our bank directors bete to obtain a public loan I Theie is a lace of giving, and a com petition ot muniticei.ee And tbis, too, in time will, we hope, satisfy our quondam brethren in Virginia, Sou'h Usroiiua ana oilier territories or toe uo'itdi -States, tbat we are not so miserably poor aa bey bave been kind enoiign to suppose. A fur all we bave given to the snored cau-ee . of law and otder, we bave still a dollar or to left; and can even borrow a little should oar piesent stock fait us. But we haw hardly tcucbtd tbe popular pocket yet. So tne -(oontr tbe subjects of J. Davis stop laying tiat tiariicular nattering; unction to their souls hat silly notion that we are exceed ingly poor tbe leea will they by and by be diHtppointed. Our property isn't fugacious; baen't two ltgB; doesn' t ruuaway or get tick; . aiid die. Another Southern notion ia, that the mo men we begin to be pinched, and breed to glow dear, we shall be under the domination . ut King Hob and bis army of Itarviog arti sans. 1 hey oo not seeto to take lata ac count the fact, which they will be sternly compelled to take into account ere long, tbat . ae bave a plenty or employment tor our able-bodied men now in putting down this most wickta rebellion, ana a plenty where withal to teed their f.-uiilits while tbey are doing tbe holy work. War makes no mobs it lathtr pi cv entB them. And as f-r the KLdeiicy ot Ihe ftottu to mob demonstra- . none, we can say with the most perfect ou- htltnce that ibere are ten moat at tbe South . lo one at the North; the only difference , Ltmg that here tbe law puts them down, atd at tbe South tbey put down tbe law. - Still another Southern mistake it that tha . South bas a powerful parly at the North. It ., bad once such a party ; but men, whatever may be their pro-slavery views, do not care , to Le themselves slaves- Th North is united . now by a common danger. . Uere aud mere , a giumbler pursue bis avocation, but he is caitlnl not to be loud in the indulgence of lavcrite pastime. There ia really no differ luce of opinion worth mentioning. One Southern newspaper now before na ebjb : Tbe North 1 mud.' . in one sense, tt . ctriainly it somewhat angry, it certainly is . but we bave all around us, at all h iurs ol tbe day and night, camotaMve evidence tbat ibere is method in this Northern mad ness. Pur lunatics, we are getting on raw n ai kably well. From tbat eminent laoatio, Wiiifield Scott, down to private dotard in the ranks, there is no alarming evidence of insanity. Northern theories of liberty and of human tquaiity seem to be hardening into prttty subbtantial practice. Tbe tone of the Southern newspapers, wben epeaking of the wealthy and inlelli- -gent Bud pan iutio North at one great anarchy, and of the Northern - people aa a "godless mob" of "Puritans, Free-lovers, Abolitionists, Mormons, Atheists, and Antal- ganiatioMsis," bas given tbe gentlemen who have cast awoy the slave-whip for the rifle quite a mistaken notion of our resource aa ' -a ell as of our character. Consequently, bavicg said to us, in the elegant language of Marshal Rynders, " We don't believe a word 1 in your d d philanthropy," tbey consider tbat 1 y sayiDg eo they have floored as. - Wa bt g leave to announce to tbem, that they wul find no Free-love in oar fire arms, no ii religion in our revolvers, no theories in our bombardments, no Mormonism in our musketry, no cant in our commissariat, and no niggaidliness lo our military chests. w aie not wild IndianB we are not all mulat- toet we are not all mere shopkeepers we are not all misers we are not all mobocrats some of us at least are honest men, with no) particular inclination to oe beaten, but wild a deaded inclination, when we are trampled upon, to resist. The Only Arbitration Possible Between the Sections. only arbitration tbat can be accepted with dignity or aieiy is tuat 01 tin American people represented in Con greet or in a Con stitutional Convention. Tbe rebels bave ap- Sealed from ballots to bullets; the loyalists ave accepted their challenge. They have determined to prove that we really have a Constitution and Government, and that our institutions are not tbe mere breath of a mob, , but solid and self-sustaining. Tbe loyal Mates and people are ready to try the iasue which the rebels have made up, and to try it in the arena those rebel have chosen. How reluctantly, how regretfully. the loyalists took up the gage of battle bo haughtily thrown by tbe iiiauuionists, the civilized world Das teen ; now tbey will see bow determined the unionist are to see tha tbing out and make a final disposition of it. . If fighting ia what tbe disunionistt ara after, there can be eo better lime than tbe present, and all mediations and suggestions 01 accommouauou emu truest are suaer lut- ptrtinence; but il tbey have taken the sober second thought, and prefer a peaceable solu tion, tba way is open, and there is no need of any Lord Xyons.or bevy of Fx-Presidents to smooths it. Let tbem simply disarm and obey the laws. submitting their grievances, such as they are, to the arbitration of the American people, as represents in t-rongreaa, or lit tuer prefer i.v : 1 - v-.:An-t r.. ' rr-k - i 1 .1 it IBBiiauuilM wuwuMVU. II UJ KJVUIH tbey not do sol By this time, even they must realize that the people bave fully do leimintd that their Federal Government Shall not be subverted aor the Union dm- , solved. Fighting will not tcoompliah theie ends : and, if there to to be a peaceable ad- . justment, where caa they find a tribunal more aigninetj, uium kcubivub, uiurvj oompt. L tent than tbat which it cotupoecd of tha whole American people.- ; i , or the felt Buicioa o A Hottentot in Boston. A ' Hottentot named , Sturman Yenghis, who ' haa been, in connection with other Afi leans, pttfoiiuiiig at the Aquaiuu uardens, la tsoe-' ton, since August lataL cuioiuilled suicide at . -I 11. .1. C 1... .r.. k- 1 IDEat taiaoiiauuiaaiv U14 wtiouay uwiuuuu, vj t banging himself.. He was anout thirty years old. The company couiiatod of four two Bushmen and two Cadres, tut former b.iajf bur black and tbe latter mulatto in color. I I - t , :.- 1 1 appear vuat tue woute xuur were tnviteu to East iioeton by a missionary who bad been.' in that country, to attend service, but Yenr bis declined going. It wat during tbeir ab- tence that be made way with himself, lie was found suspended by the neck in a ssaall rocm in the rear part of tat lower part of tne bonding. - t c .: 1. - Before committing the fatal act, which ap pears to have beea deliberate, be placed his fleets la another part 01 the budding, iu coidance, as hi said, with a euatom ia Lis native land, before taking leave ot Ui world.