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. .... H T 9 CLARABEL. mM Ih' kMh rah , To het III inPl "! ..fit. droft Ww: Witt wbn a b) rrmll4 trie let .trela lhr.vair,li, .-he wt ber tk (""dn'K'it of Ik rvbblB, loo, Sosbepaittall) luleaeil eji.iu, j; Jaet the IK mu 'r lh aid ItHi, , 'ik blrrts b ell fB.IIri a.lp: And Clarahel bran kitfmi fart,' t or aha heard ibe itahhiHl f belle at last, v i A rrl cloe tr lb feifif-a tn lane ran pint, Where lb ttiM'liertVe b.y catne wllfa bis aheap. Now C'arePel Itinnsrit lb b'rd ail war atleep, " Bnt el-e In lb" brain be o'er bt.ad, a Hula brnwr telae. n.Ttne; never a wi,, ' HparH iy ilt wuid trie, nif lafy swlaf ; Thai I .aretel',, fund haarl hail), Knl dT as the ihpr.erd bey ta,t U tk lha.', , l.llr, ae tr.trrtii'1 tils aliei-p, . TTa th u-bt of :iat-i (run and fair, ' ' ' "' 1 1ll a . ai 'ha o.irid wia H- imrdea of ear . . la Hi alt.t a uiet slotp. , r, , ,,, .... Meaawlilletn tha btiwurolrift branch a'pr Beat! Tba Mill brown hid aal iu aiti Aa iketlstrhrva) br k eard hi kli altep, with a etatt, . .. - Th tr.rt werrl. nt'end br riarabal't heart! Aa he luiteud lat aiht at thsate. , i. . Forvry wild thrafht la bar beeen that wr night, 'I ba llllla tin a e . dr. p.r cari-iullr cauxki. And di.ppew with wlared ark la the luvles j.mnf ri.sil That waist) atatuaeeem er traavbleti M tiht. Clarabal a eUs a Ika win (n r. 1 ' bd rarreiiLe fViteis ber leir need, keep, Tba v.ll. y h. baa Ins. In i ji'ura ht'ow. At it bliM qm d thife Simmn nn4 iimmni agok W han tba kahard buy wau hed bia abara . But h IhlnW of a lad Til llm ttJ c.ima, And hr liaart wlta j. U aior.d. Wbm lir bauds thi'Miam riall c-i't away, , , And lif Mil" un lik Ilia aiuili uf Miiy, Abd Ibi-bTuwB blrd'f tons h pi ftd. Loiterings at the Past. " 0 A itjlf nd customs linger, particularly in ihme districts where kdowtaile hs not hid much eceeM. Oa the downs uf ?iutfilh:t wbiie livi-iR lirre of "nii((Ur" were tmijing tbat wunder of modera tinrei the electric teiefjieph in this wild ttud pie turcque land, tbe shepherd might be eeca J'lajiiJd oa tbe same simple pipe tbat bad xco carried in those poru for many ceatu- . Tbe use of oien in the yoke may still be step, etea within six mi!ea of ibe metropolis, in iLe dlitction of Eppiojr Forpst. in the tonlbetn districts the men arc sowinj and plow idk tbe fields at this day dressed in the same costumes as the figure eogve 1 in the unit puieuits are tbown in the Anglo Saxon lllntLinations; end in 8outhrn Italy, in the lural districts, there dots iot seem to Lae k tf n tbe slightest change in tbe f3h ion tif the materials of dies- since the diys of th Cowers. The costs of tbe men are of ucdrtSitd sberp-kios witb the fleeoe on, and therisi of their atiire is made of H-ix oul tivai.d in their own helus, spun with the d'itafl', ard woren witb a loom quite as iin- ;plenihote in use in the day of Homer. - A men iiier on tSoutli luiy remarks tbat in ttvi ral parts of tbe Cimpagna of Rome tbe duues of both sexes are identically the fhn e us we ste rtpresemed in bono ttlieii and othtr sculptures in the Vati'jan, in tbe fiiHi gallery in Floteoce, or in tbe splendid moti bio at Naples. This identity of costume : is tiui d in numerous districts of the Neap oliti ii Kingdom. At Pic;tutn, dug np under the eje4 tbe author, the work me ) disco -er td a gieat many female fiurej, beautifully utiimd in fine cla or teira-c itta; and the cisiurue ol these figures, which mast bare . beeb buried in that fp it lor some ?,000 jeaic, was the si me, without the sligh'tat ; vkria ion asihe present diess of the female f pessMi'ry of the district. ; 1l llie'Northern parts of England a sword- i dat te is pet formed by tbe coal-miners at Cbrisiuies time, dressed in picturesque i ccs'ua.e and gay with lilibons, each armed J witb tn'all swords. Bands of the miners ihus srrajed wander throughout the nei(th bfjiLncd and Tisit tbe houses of the gentry . and villagers. Tbis dince is as old as the i time of tbe Romaos, if not of greater n i tiquity. In the "harvest home" and other t ctttnonies, tbe antiquiry can readily trace i the lingering of costu.nes of a class c origio, I and li e bonfire lighting on tbe bills una lotLir firactices at the New Year's time, I custi ms tonnected with more barbarous i The stone band-mill fur corn-grinding is ! still in n;e in many parts of tbe world; and I in the Holy Land and many other parts of i tbe Last, both yonng and old may oe seen woikiog witn ine aiaiati, weaving at looms, carr) ing leather water-bottles formed of the ttittbed skins cf animaU. drawing water from well, or thresbine corn witb flails in liartit of the same furm as Drevailed when our Savior wandered in that interesting land. . ltailim vs are now branchinzover Kirypt ; ttev have taken root in the ancient laud of India. Uow far is tbe day off when the whittle of the locomotive and the progress which accompanies it will be tbe means of niUliii')iDg the resources of those prolific )REd3,.nd tendering their products avail able in a Unfold extent for tbe uses of man kind throughout the world? In art and literature, there are conven- ' tional' ides which have been retained and harjdid down from one generation of workers to sioiher. In Gloucestershire, not long 1 ago, we saw the common stone cutter of a I rural district fashioning pig-uoughs of a f pure Gothic form, and ornamenting them witb eo much skill that those who had wit- ! nested the operation might mistake them for lemnants of the old cuurches. in the county of Northumberland, where I tbe biocd of tbe inhabitants is a good deal 1 mixtd with tbat of tbe old Danish naral war- riom, e baveofien noticed in carvings acor ; rcspobdeiice witb tbe ornamentation of a Seal diravian origin; this is to be noted in t the little lingerings of carvings in ships and I boaip. He nave seen ice neims otsoine or f ttebruall steam vessels on tbe Tynefasbioned witb ibe heads of beasts and birds, andcoveiel I witb interlaced and z:Ztg ornament. Tbe I caivei who executed these works were J neitW aniiquarians cor educated artists, I and yet, if one of tbese helms could be so exposed to the weather as to give it the ap- peatsnce of age, many of tbe learned would 1 be it clined to compare it wi'b tbe details of I an ai cient sty le of art. !Tluj att ol wood culliog, as it was prac tised in England before iiewick's davs, is still carried forward wi h wonderful in- I tegri y. By chance we met witb an artist I who execmed this description of engraving, and so tkillful was he in bis style, that the most cunning collector of old broalsidei and ballads could cot well distinguish between bis works of yesterday and those of a 100 I j eats ago. I It is remarkable in this metropolis, not- I withstanding tbe changes and improvements I ot tte public taste, and the entire revolu- j lion which has taken place in wood eograv- j ing, to find persons who can design, draw j and cut figuns on the old Tyburn-gallows I type, tbe milk maid with ber pails, the cot. tages and meadows, "tbe Babes in tbe 'Wood," and other decorations of children's 1 books, with all the imperfections, and a'o- turdities of a kind of art which in these dsys would be disgraceful to a schoolboy. ? Tbere is, however, a market (or such pro- J duclions, in the same way as there was for the mi rots and ca'j of tbe Italian image- , man s board about thirty years ago, to which s we have before reftrred. J It should be remarked that tbe artist just mecnoLed had as good an opinion ot bit ailiaiic ability as might be expeuted , Michael Angelo or Albert Durer, and tbat caa a euprenie contempt tor tbe modern - style of wood engraving, which be denoin f inattd "meie cwp tiap, sir; mere clap 'A tisp." t JB COMUDEHSTI Fl0 AT A DlSCDCHT HAVaKA. A Havana letter says: A vretel from a Florida Dort came in tba other eay witb tbe Confederate flag Hying ber sauooality. Tbe boat of tbe CapUio- Geseral immediately came alongside and re ' qiSM'ad tbat it should be at once towered, it Mwwenttd no known ation. aud t msaster, wb bad an American flag ready f band, f oisted tbat in place. He then went to Ibe Vice Consul, Mr. Savage, acting since , tbe departure of Major Belmn, and presented a lesiner from tba Confederate 8tates. Tbe Contul replied, be could recognize no snch t papers ; but on tbe captain representing tbat ! La was innocent in tbs matter, bavins? taken r fomniaud at tbe last moment, and tbe regis- ' ter bvion been taken out in the name of -- previous master, tbe Consul said tbat if i wou.il make oath tbat tbe veasel was owned J wholly by eilinni of the United State; ' wyuld give bim a sea letter, which would i enable Eim lo return to any port in United Stales, hut tbat be abould retain itgisfcr aid fuiward it to Maahingtoa. " l -waw -Olb Fasaiovsro PaTatuTisat iu Cucacu Old fafbksH4 patriotism could not be strained in cburcb at New Haven, Conn, i Oa Bunds the organist played tbe "dtar- spangled fiaBaer," ai an opening roluntary ; to tbe close of tbe sermon. Tbe cboir sang in fine style tbe national ode, "Am.rica, ! end we donbt not fbat every heart responded i to tbe sentiment "God bless our native land. : At lb I close of tbe twrrices tbe organist played "Hail Columbia." Ai the sounds rolled down we noticed the eyee brighten and tbe steps grow firmer, which told all were patriot. The Mania for Turkish Bathe in London. ' A London cjrreepoaxleut swjts I pi We are mad In Indon npnn one point Tuik ihh baths. It If tmpnesihl to eay where 'be munia will end. All the rmMie build ins are being taken by eaterprisinir eim tianirs end fitted Bp with great splendor, for the purpose of bath-rooms; aro for 2 6d. you may be fumed inside ' out fbr that is tbe process for smelting a human being, accordir f to my notions. It Is, as yon per baps know, the nld Roman and the Eastern 1 empooaing ta'h modified, end tbe procet la to melt a ctentnre by hot-air steam, uMd water aud hot water, and wringing the changes on each one till at last the body ittelt is wrung out by human attendants, or rather inhuman attendants, who tqneeze ont of you a cuticle, or mass ot flesh, which tbey afterward show Ton and declnre to be a supeifluous part of humanity, which Was contained In yon; and, indeed, so It looks, ter it is more like mummy deposit than any approximation to cuticle or flesh yon have been accustomed to see. ' It looks very use lees, It is true, but I think tf they could succeed in squeezing a bone oat of your leg Without yonr feeling it, ana yort were shown tbe stick of support, you woald, oa the first impulse, declare it to bs worthless and use less bit of a being. But it is a real danger to tie country, and may, as in case of the Roman people, tend to tbe decline of the nation, and make us effeminate of habit. . Never was a people so foolish as the En glish ia endeavoring to get at some nostrum that would put off the steam of life a horse power or two mom while it lasts, or make it eruuie longer. For this purpose we have diebched ourselves with life pills and quack ery of every description. Well, 1 remember the time when the nostrum was brandy and salt. Ay, bt, said the knowing ones, brandy and rait will lengthen life a third nnd de stroy all the foul humors which humanity eugendets in it by intemperance, and might oveiwoik or underwork. . The rage for brandy and salt was tremendous for a time, and the distillers made a fortune, till a racy psmpb'et appeared one day from the pea of a brother journalist and iiteratrur. who ex- Llained in the most learned, and Greek and atin flavored dialect, tbe true use of brandy and salt. He led the reader wandering and admiring on through every pa$?e, filled with hope that his particular nialady would suc cumb under tbe treatment; when he, at tbe summing up of tbe sqnib and Latin, the piib fell out from tbe last dashes of bis Den thus. Yes, brandy and salt are beyond a 1 praise most useful to mortal man. Tne whole Sicret depends noon the right use of brandy and salt, and, my friendly reader', leie is the secret in a word: take the salt with 3 cur chop, and your brandy with water after 7 our chop. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL Financial Affairs. in he IX as a at a be be tbe bis re I matters continued very quiet, with an eafy market for all sbott time Paperoffered by customers at 1CU per cent., though second c'ass or inferior grades were Tery difficult, it not impossib'o, to dispose of at any prio Currency augmented during the week, and tbe financial feeling rather improved. . . Eastern Exchange remained firm and in good demand during tbe week at 33M premium for Kentucky, and 4 for Ohio and Indiana, though at the close 3 was the gene ral rate; Kentucky Paper having grown better. Gold was in active request, though the demand fell off yesterday, at S premium some dealers selling round lots at 44 pretn ium. Uncurrent Money did not vary materially during the week, but rates at the close were as annexed: New Orleans, 10, North Carolina, 4050; In diana Stock, specie-paying, 1; Pennsylvania (interior), 6; Virginia (Wheeling City), 15; Wheeling Branches, u20 j other sol vent Virginia, 303o: Missouri, 15$ Iowa, !10; Wisconsin (solvent), 25; Wisconsin (discredited) 65(3)70; Illinois (3olveuU, 20; Illinois (discredited), G57d; Maryland (in terior), 10; Tennessee (old Hanks), 15; Tennessee (free Bunks), 202.; Michigan and Canada, 5; Alabama, 50; South Carolina and Georgia, 50 discount. Illinois will probably be lower to-day, on account of the decline in Eastern Exchange we have mentioned at Chicago. Eastern Exchange and Gold ruled last evenioir as follows : Buying. Scllmff. sttm lor tiiffbt.. t oreia. 3 arein IJofltou ... 2 nrem. Sercm. Pbllndtlpbla. BNllirnoro wmw Nt:W Orlcau, American Gold 3 prtrnt. 10 dt,. nominal. 2t4 prem. s prem We quote Baltimore blank, as hardly any tiling is doing at that point, though some dealers draw at par. The imptrts and Exports of various arti cles, during tbe twenty four hours ending j etttrday noon, were as follows : Jmporu Apples, 516 barrels; Butter, 133 begs; Corn, 1,300 bush.: Cbeese, 87 boxes; Collee, 42 bags; Flour, 827 barrels; Hay, 18i bales; Hops, J, 320 head; Lard, 4 barrels and 4 keg; Malt, 593 bushls; Oats, 575 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 36 tibds., 2 tierces, and 729 pnunds; Potatoes, 279 brls ; Salt, 100 barrels; Wbeat. 680 bushels; Whisky, 616 barrels. ExporU Apples, 38 barrels; Barley, C58 bushels: Butter, 13 kegs; Candies, 171 boxes; Corn, 200 bufh.; Cheese, 120 boxes; Coffee, 172 bags; Clover-seed, 82 Darrels; flour, 1,092 barrels; Hogs, 200 held, Lard, 823 brlr., and 454 kegs; Molasses, 77 barrels; Oats, 12 busb.; Pork and Bacon, 246 hhds. 124 tierces, 587 barrels, ana zuu.uuu pounas; Bye, 262 bufhels; Sugar, 78 hhds.; Wheat, 119 buth.j Whisky, 305 barrels. Flour was firm yesterday, and holders were asking higher rates, but no advance was established, tbe sales reaching 600 brls at $4 75 to $5 for extra to family brands. For super fine the price was still $1 50 f 4 CO. Whisky was Tery quiet, only bile, selling at Ulc Host holders of Pro visions bare withdrawn their Btocka from tbe market, and consequently nothing was dene yesterday, and rates were nominal, Groceries sold in tbe regular way to a mod erate extent at previous prices. Wheat, Corn, Rye and Barley were dull, and Oats were fitm, with few transactions. The Cincinnati Horse Market fur the week ending last evening was so very dull, and sales were so few, that it is useless to give quotations. Tbere are now no buyers in market from tbe South, as no shipments making in that direction. Yesterday's Louisville papers say of Toes dij's Provision Market: Provisions ara firm but quiet. There very little dome, owing to the great diffi culiy experienced in shipping. Holders, nowever, are not disposed to sen, tbey pre ferring to bold in anticipation of an advance Sites Pork was sold to-day attldiaUd Bacon is nnchanged, witu but little doing. Tuesday's Tribune tbus Speaks of week's New York Bank Statement) The Bank Statement of the week shows no very important change, excepting Fpecie reserve, which shows a loss of (1,600,000; tbe result, undoubtedly, of drain to tne oouto ana n est. Tbe following is a comparative statement of the condition of tha Banks of New Yotk Ciiv, April 20 and April 27 i ,ril-T j(0riie Iran Sm.l7,lM t ytt 7oi ao Inc. 115.1 fnK f....- ae.wl ai-S tu.r.tu.ilt Doc... 1.6;mjW Circalallua. S.S4S.47S I15.IOT I'.... I3.il li.pu.iu . V0,!Nl,7; 7,M,; I. SIS The aggregates of last week's Philadelphia Bstk statement compare with tboie of previous week as follows: Capital Btaek....iMlu4t Silvio o-j.l.Ino 13 bp. el. t.rm i;it ln.t iniothw Ilka I lilt 6'J l u luctb.r ba ;h,;ih lxpii.it CllLUlailuu..M t,4blS a TiM.OI l...llM.Allt'74 J 0l.i,7i...ll0.jyi t Hi 'l7:i...lJnc M 16 .i. J l'l...l ao..3 ,6ll 03.1... llBO. Vi : Ucnday's New York Monetary matters tbus itleired to in our TuaMUj'l tlacis: la Call Loans there is no change to notice, The supply vt Money is abundant, at per cent, on approved security. The Bauks aia having larger offerings of Paper for count, In consequence ot tbe difficulty passing it in tbe open market, and are inir all thtr possibly can to aocommodata their customers. The Difcount-houset very quiet, and very high rates of interest rule, excepting: for leading names. Favorite Kixtv dav Acceptances so at 6(cii7 per cen Tbe market is 1 per cent, higher than week. Paper which has heretofore sold 5($18 per cent, is now nominally 2(a5 cent, per month. . It Baltimore Monetary matters continue wettied, iLouith they bare Improved some what nines last week hardly any Paper being bfTered or pare baled, nod Exchange on Hem Tork rnling at 38 prem. '' fn Boston and Philadelphia financial af fairs are doll, but Money is easy enough for prim short Paper, which goe at 83)10 per cent, .-,' In Bt, Louis buiine-s is flat, and Eastern Exchange very acaroe at 12 1 prem., and solvent Illinois Paper 10 die." " ' In Chicago Eastern Exchange has declined to 9 ssd 1ft prero which has given snore, activity to business, " " ' . In New Orleans all business greatly de pressed, aid nothing worthy of mention Is doing In Money or Exchange. ,i . Tbe foreign bill market is Twry much de piessed, and good document S erling 'bills have been sold as low ae KM JJ; goodoommer cl signntret at;id2H103, and bankers' as low as 104,. . At. these quotations there is a larger profit bn the importation of specie, . and we must enon have large receipts. The demand for bills is quite limited, excepting for the purpose of importing gold. i M e lear of other failures to-day, mostly amortf Dry Goods dealers. This state of things we must expect to continue as king as remittances are entirely oat off from the South, by repudiation, and to nearly the same extent from tbe West, by the disordered) eute of the Currency, and the high rates of Ex change, i . ' i Tuesdsy's New York Tribune observes in respect to Monday's Stock Market: - Tbe tone of the advices from Washington in tbe morning papers being considered as of a more favorable character than those previously received, tbe Stock Market, be fore the opening of the First Board, was quite bouynnt, nnd Central sold as high as 74. At tbe Board tbe business was very large, and tbe opening transitions ' indi cated tnucn nrmness. The stocks ot the Border States were in better demand, and 1(5)5 per cent, better, in consequence of, the improved tone of tbe advices from Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky, giving hope that these omtes may yet oe saved to tne Union. Tennessee sold at 50, against 43 bid on Saturday. Missouri! advances 2 per cent. Virginias improved to 4U, having been 45 on Saturday. North Carolines also sympathized witn tbe market, although she Beems to have taken hrr stand by the side of Siiuth Caro lina. Pacific Mail was strong at 70, an advance of 20 per cent from the lowest point touched during the recent decline. Panama was also better. In the Railroad Shares there was a large business done, but gi rerally tbe opening prices were not sus tained. The Bear? were free sellers both of cash Stock and their options, and tbe Bull senti ment was not sufficient to resist them. Thtre was but a moderate amount of orders amonc tbe Commission Homej, and after tbe short) bad supplied themselves the rair ket diooped. Central left off at 73, Erie at 21, Ac. Illinois Central, after sales of 1,800 shares, closed at &ii, against bu at tne peniLg. Between the Boards the market At and after the Second Board the market was unfavorably influenced by various rumors from the -South, especially that in retard to delay in the enforcement of tbe blockade of the Southern ports. Quotations wi le to i per cent, lower, and there was not much disposition to operate. North Carolines and Virginias declined 1 per cent. Missouri Sixes per cent. .In Government Securities to-day there . has been a fair kctivity and a firmer feeling. The Registered Sixes of 1861 sold at 88, and the Coupons at 85, which is per cent, better. Twelve per cent, Tieasurv-notes sold at 10, which ia an imwovement. . . In tbe street, at the latest moment, there was a slisht raliv afierstill lower prices than IhnM .El.h iBhrf at tha Nnnn tlnarn Knn quotations did not vary materially from those of Satuidaj af ernooQ. Cincinnati Produce Market. WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 1. FLOUR The msrket is quite firm, and holders asking higher prices, but no advance has been established. Tbe sales comprise 600 brls. at $4 75(5,5 for extra to family brards. Sutierfine remains at $4 50(5)1 60. W HISKY The sales were confined to 250 brls. at 12!4r.. lncludiDB that from wagon. . PKUYl-uUNS There was notning done, end prices remain nominal. Holders hare withdrawn their stock from the markot pretty generally. It is uaelesi to give quota tion a. GROCERIES A moderate demand In the small wav. without change in prices: 50 ihbs Coffee sold at 1314, and some small lots of Sugar at 67c. WHEAT We have no change to notice in tbe maiket ; buyers and sellers remain apart in their views, and prices are nominal; tne only sale reported was 150 bushels prime white at $1 05. CORN The demand is moderate, at 31(a) 24c . at the unuer and lower depots. OATS The supply is light, and they are beld firmly, at 28c, in bulk; 27c. is freely oiterea. RYE The market is unchanged and dull; we ouote prime at 47c. ka iti.r, i Yt e nave no cnancre to nonce a tbe maiket; tbe demand is limited, and prices are nominal. MAI inemarsei rules sieaay, wua fnir demand, at $1112 per tun for prime Timothv, in bales, on arrival. ClitESK The demand continues limited, and prices are merely nominal, at 8c. for AA.Act.rn Ttpflprve anrl RUCn fnrRnrlish Dairr and Hamburg. There are Borne lots of new arrivtp-r: it is sold at be. UU 1 1 bK The market continues au i. 12ia14c. for prime to cho cs U jll, and Itgii for common. APPLES The demand is limited. SI 25M 1 50 per brl. for ntime, and ft tor choice. POTATOES Prime Neshanocks aie moderate demand, at $ll 10 per brl. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. the are is 50, last in over the lad the t2ie VI 1J7 "u9 .H ju are ex. 48 dls of do are last at per Nkw York, May 1 P. Cotton Tery outer, acd prices nominally unchanged: Bales of 2,000 bales at 1314c. for middling , - . i . v pianus. r lour dull, heavy and sc. lower on com mon end medium grades; the home trade only buying to a very limited extent, while tne ainituity in selling sterling uxenange Hh8 almost rut a stop to the export demand sales of 9,400 brls. at $5 105 15 for super tine Btatt; 5 2C(5 30 for extra Mate; 5 ft 5 15 for superfine Western; t5 305 forroniinoa to medium extra Western; tittas bu lor snippine brands extra round botip Ohio; $5 65($7 for trade brands maiket closing heavy. Canaiian Flour mav tie quoted a snaae easier, witn onlr moderate demand : sales of 600 brls. at $5 50 or common to good extra. r lour steady: sales of 100 brls. at 3 10(314. Corn-meal continues in fair request: sales of 500 brls. at $2 85 for Jersey, and $3 lor rsranoywme. Whisky in fair request at prices in fivor ot tbe buyer: sales ot I'M oris, at ia. vt neat maricer. continues neavv ann favor of tbe buyer; tbe difficulty in selling sttrlicE bxcbaDge serionsly cnecks tbe pott demand : tales of 20,000 bush. Milwaukie club at 11 24(!4i 2U, tne latter price liveredr 1.300 busb. red State at tl 17,500 bush. Winter red Western at $1 31 1 3?, in store and delivered; 8,600 bash. white Micuitran at i wrni viy, 2.000 bush red Delaware at $1 35, and 14.000 amber Wisconsin at $1 27, delivered. Rye quiet and steady: sales of 1,500 bush, at 68c. Bar- lev dull and nominal at 55(970e. as to quality, Corn onlr a moderate business doinar, market without important change: sales 41,000 busb. at 67Mti'Wc. for old mixed Western, in store; 68($69c. afloat and liveied ; 64c., in store, for unsound do ; 67c. lor new mixed Western; 6Q69c. new yellow Southern and Jersey, and for white Southern. Oats in limited request at 34(g,35vfor Western and Canadian, 3t5j3c. for8tate. Pork dull and reavy, and lower: sa'es 300 barrels at $17 for mess and $13(gl3 for prime. Total stocks, old and new, 1, f7,0O5 barrels; snme date last month, 51,521 barrel; same da'e last year, barrels. Beef qniet and fitmi sales of ham's at f44 AO for prime, $5 87(g)t) me.'', tH'&lH for repacked mess, and 5t (g12 50 tor extra mess. Total stocks, M 1. 47 575 nackarres: tame date hut month. 55.317 packages ; same date last year, 67,tf3 packager. Prime mess Beef dull and Beef Hams quiet, at $13($15 Western. Cut Meats continue dull, small sales at 6K(96e. for Shoulders, &Hi54, forllnuia. Uaooadull and Lard beavy and lower: sales of hands at 9(au;c tor common to good, Inc. for choice. Butter selling at 10(15c. for Ohio, and 2oc. for State. Cbeese steady at loc. for inferior to prime. Coffee Pendiug Ibe auction sale of announced for to morrow (Thursday), market is very quiet, and there is ouly limited business doing : sales 120 bigs at lmfonKc ; 200 bags Maracaibo at 13' V14c; end 350 bags Lignyre at lflt),i. Sugar flaw dull and nnebaaerd : sale 762 bhda. Cnha at 45V,e., and 147 b m s Havana at 3o cab, in ton d, tor exooit; stock 6,192 bhiis., 53,665 bjtes, and li'iO ! bags. Molassxs qniet and steady: aas 40 hhds. Cnba Mn-covado at 20a., and 18 hhds. Porto Rico at 30c.: stock 20,b&6 bris. , . [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. Krw Ynnr Mav I. Mors dolnt inStorV. but Ibe market is Irregular and generally lower: Chicago and Rock Island, 3(iX Chi rsiro. Borlincton and Quincr, 6G. Bonds 30: Cleveland and Toledo, 23; Galena and Chi cago, 57; Illinois Central Scrip, 67; Michigan Southern Guaranteed, 28, Scrip 30; Michigan Central, 44M; Erie, 1,; Illinois Central Bonds, 8; Paxuflc Mail, 65W; New York Central, 7lX; Hudson, 3G; New York State Sixes of 1862, 100; Missouri Sixns, 39 X; lrcima Sixes. 45!4 : Illinois,;!; iennese Sixes, 4ti, Scrip 3; California Sevens, 73; linittd States Sixes of 1881 (Coupons). 80: Treasury Twelves, 101 1 United tstates Fires of 1874 (Coupons), 78. . : t,,t ... [By Telegraph.] New York Cattle Market. Nsw Yom, May 1 Beef advanced; quoted at CfgiOc. Over 100 head purchased tor the army in Washington. Sheep firmer; quoted at a4ic Swine lower; quoted at 0X A Patriotic Old Woman and a Pathetic Incident. . i - eldest. ' 1 While the Seventh Regiment of New York were waiting for orders in the Philadelphia depot, the following Incident occurred : In the . midst of tbe general uproar and jollity, a clean-looking respectable old lady maae ner appearance, tugging a nuge market-basket on each arm, and making dil igent inquiry fof "some Of the officers." One of tbe sergeants was sent ta Inquire her business, which she stated thus : "I beerd tbat some of your soldier men badn't got any thing to eat, and specially, ..III. - UU IT no VU. V. Ull lW . 11... . T w bronpht you some tbat ia real good, home made biead some ot it l mtde myself, and some of it a neighbor made for me. Here, take It. you are welcome to it, I want to find some one to inve it to. ' : borne ot tbe men, ot course, proposed to pay cer lor it, but sue positively declined, saying: ' No, no I want to give it to you. l had a coy once w no was a soldier in tne regular army; he was all through the Mex ican war, and was killed in battle. I Can't give you much, boys," continued she, wiping away the tears that would come at tbe thought of her own "boy," "but here's my bread, and I bopo some of you may like it. mere 8 a piaie or nice, ires n nutter mere, too, and you may bare tbe basket, and tbe plates, aud everything. Majbe my boy has wanted some bread some time, and I hope some mother cave him gome." Here the old lady, after a minute's struggle, broke entirely down, and with tbe words.: My poor boy my dear Alfred I" she hurried away, leaving her oasKete nenino ner. MISCELLANEOUS. at in 10 45 $5 a 25 20 in ex- de 26: and of de 66(9 for TOe. and nf 25 May 75,054 350 25fr ill iy nn changed. for witb and 450 and 15 Rio tbe a Rio IVEJ 'W 3rO O O JS ! W7 (V J. IvTrARfH.K, F4SHlOA (1 1,B MZd Merer.!.. Trills, 17(f Vine-nt tiinciuimt.. Ohio, hav junt received turga ftsanrtment or Mnnr iritanrii tnn n.iis7iisin uuitnt. t j&nni mure, mhi. ton r(5 Batirtt GotiDeH, very rich Plain and Kanry ilk and Tartu Cubrner VeaUDgi, read. tntid (Vint. Pnnta and ViUi ' ALbO-wiiirts. unicntitrtu, uoiiarn, i. urea a ana Diagic uravais, papoaerf Dieia. oro. mnn LANK fc BODLKY, Founders and Engine-builder. CIRCULAR SAW-MILLS, W00D-W0ESLe MACIIIRESI toraar Joba aad Watar-ftranta. OlBOlBaaM- IM14I CINCINNATI DISTILLERY) 8. R. rite's HagnoU WUsK) , OIHOU-KAT. HIO. SIS. PTKf MOBlt-aT. dfe CO., IS AMD 90 8T0A aula majialactnrars oi ina Delebr-etel MAGNOLIA WHISKY, iMlft-Vl KTAJL GROCERY CARD. . U.Hnsal ,..,7, So Tabla Bait, ner bai.-.tS. rreaorvlncao..H..H vvao Ornehed, Powdered, Srma. ..i, aot .TLOIBJaOH auo ljoai ano uran .. i' aio Gofftio....M....H.M....14a Zante Ourranta .......5, 7 LeKborn uitron ...HJH Java Comm..... luo ttoraoanx rinma....w m Hum.. (J. O. lit V. H. Tea. Mi. SO. SWo O. P. and Imp do 80, 80c Turk Ink Pruno .. lao viae! ao...n....jm, u, ow Ourcs and Choo'ta...2xc 8oadlor Baiaina.. oiincn naimni H..iv Smrrna 11...., ...... Se Alauiada Sioilv IBt Bloe ac auda.. ...... .fto Obeese LanHOacwlas Starch ., larraa a.ltk Bar Moan 4. 7 CaatilaeJoap loa and tea Tallow llo -.4, . '0 Srannta Ptllierti.. St Knillah Walnota..lt l-ream Nnta -. Sa raramna.....'ic filar O0 Taxaa Pecaaa.MM..M. 7a Canarr Saod ruh-Ood . Ix Hema Bad.M BlmuawMMmlM White M. Maccarocl. 18 Vermicelli IU SanUnea Uand W Raloaa Kntmeoa i;iDsnnua.H,.v PerparH...MM.lSo AlBpioa.....9o bozaa, I.t, SSi, eaiaa uil......m..,., ow Uioer vinegar MHH.m.joc Olnaor 70 Pick led Po'k ....J Ptcklea, troaervaa, Pecpor-aaaoa, Sletchupa, ran trl. Kr.innd Hnicea. vankea VeeetatOaa. v Powdara, Lemona and Ormngae, an4 all foods pa taming 10 ma traoa. ( ao'-ri . w . v. vat in, a nuui- APMt.r.r'i r-a or 1.1 - i n.1,1. Miu-hlniv. (InrnoH. Waaona ana oilier peraonal propoity, and the leaaehold promiaaa conni-Gtcd Wlttl Ilia aw mill of Richard Anliiraft. Purmanttoan order or me rwnwuoQn 01 namii t. I'.iin.i. ill, In. I ailll. on SfllMDAY. the 6th dav of Muy, 1H61. offer at public auction on thprmlMS kno n a Abcrafi.'t Steam Baw-mlll,'' ailuatd ii.. .itn aiof-ni rum-Bir!. wran ill ill minju Catihl. iu the city of Cincinnati, all tbe iuterait aid Ktcliarn Atilirrait in ma leaeeuoia pruporij uo-,-iiImmi in iha dd of iha aaHianmant f reference he ink here niaite to ma rleod on nia lo aia u urt lor mere parncuiar neKcnpiion r. aiau m vwam b.w. mill thereon, and all the machinery, anginee, boll era. ehaftinfr, pulleit, beltintt anil appurtenances therein: aiul alao all lha luniuar la ai d ahout ana mill at.il on iaid nron.iiiei: aUo the office and ttahle on auid premiaea.ard all othi-r paraonal property Ac Terms For all ale of fftn and undo, caah; all aalta ot er SMI and aot over S100, a credit of thirty dny. ai d for all nalea of over Sinn, a credit of eiaty A.. .,ni of BiiTchaaara ta he bitten with aanroved arctirity. Hi order et Cvurt, inid ieaaehold pretniea will b told e'ep-rntely from tha raat of the pro party, and alao laid mill machinery, 4c , separately or as said aa- iguee in nil fiiecreuon may oeero A liirsaunaijtit of lumhwrof ritffHriit kinds will be told. BOUKBTO ASHUBAKT, AMIjrneepi ftwnani rtiHiiirit. DonnA ButTOX, Attoruojs. apJ-oWed TOII.KT HOA PH Low'i Brown Win IOW'M HONKYHII4P. Low's Brown Wfiidaor do., Glyoerit.e aad Cam phor do., Old caattia ao., ratm oo., uiycenn no. Almond do.. Whtt Wfndaor do . Omoihua do.. Oar eo., uiyceriD no, .1 4a ..... u.. -a. An 1.iam.-ritara Oil doH WLiU Caatlle do "'c. For Bale by tat W iknr XVatml-aT and titfhb-a VOTIVE lw JlbllbOV GIVEN THAT V thf kuliHrriber ban beftn annointed and onalined aa Adminuitratiiz on tbe eatate ofalamoa a. McCor- toKk, drce&MHi, lale ot Hamilton uonniy Dated at Cincinnati, thla 27th day of March, Uttl Mm ANN MoCORMICK, p4 cTh Admlulwtratrig. rtfURT OF COaTlMON WE AH. HA.HI1 laTON COCMTY, CHlO. -No. 81,763. Petition f..r TiivtrtrrM aiid Allmnnv. Heater Ann Jonel ThrmaaT. Joi e.--The defendant will Uke notice that on the luth day of March, in the year litfl, pluintiff filed her petition fn aaid Court, agalnat faiio, herein charging aaid defendant with extreme cruelty and adultery, and praying for a divorce alimony. Unlee the defendant appear, pleiidt, aiihwera or dtuiura to aald petition, the aanw will heard in his ahaenca, and a decree taken g,''t him. fmh7-faWl H K8T AC H AMN JONtCa 1 TKiNc FKkE-Drs jACKiSON. UKUBKUI A OO. treat with iicceaa all Confidential Dtiieaaea maUnr fmttlat nn ttttt lulMtt Bitlftll tt llfi Bl kOI. there by Insuring onirk and permanent curea, at chargba. iDa for fltteen largo letter-page Ulrou tar, Tree. Alao. ah (Jh route Afleotloaa of standing, requlrfng arWate medical aid. CWoe youaaiiattoB boouib, in oKiniif i wtt gutn ana diiui, uincinBaci. .fine. 11 -ex'i-ri r .KiiTim IM IlKREnY tJIVKN that CaBOLINK 0. BICUaBUSoS be appoiuled Mmiolslratrlx of lit aetata or Tait Blctiariiwin. dcasd. ; apa6-clfe araanill.v Hi m a -finil RHI.S. FAJI. 1L flour. Uii.ioa br.uds. in sl"re andfr aale br AABOH A. UiliTKB, Kos. 310 aud waipi c NI'INTMaTI AOBNO 1 er VOlt TH beat ilAX -PrtBS ia ibe w. orld. laa-eas WM. B CLARK.. taan-ai. -avw r.riv u imt-Ji aT H RCKIVKDi'iS lVl vm rhnin Uni, Uiu. foe aale JOHN bATU, National Jbaatat Building, rjyr ruen -t. aeW ltltPLK rITGAat.-a B K !". . CIIOIOB i.'B tl spli, sugar. In store aed tr aale or a COi.Taat,31laod3l Main 1. apSt CtUtR.n'HKD II A MS AND B at tt CT litre Kug'ir.rurrd lin UK f oii'l. r's br.i.a ; do. Hi... tl..v..-'soo In iii.ro sml tar 14 t V a (JOLI KB. 3t and ,t Ml Wain t apM Ol D fcOVBH PtltmNT J V A ttlKlfK Ju I hikIuJ, tlm pickets -ri aiim-rlor ji.veiniu. i t Jeia Ci.n. - ; i birs O'd 8t lil-a, ai d V(m car.s poie gMiu"l at'ieh . d J a t..ilt, Iti aLdtiih I ins put no si pr-s. I fo-lamllf for sale by JI'UN lU'lta. Naliobal Tceeter 8irsnmr-slret apM 1IAM1LTMN COMMON PLBS)- M a .1 .7 ll.l.ls . ..ruiinilB M. Willi gurson Illvorca. Tha deleoilant H nereor tbat tba plaiutiS Sled ber aetitioa agaiust biia l4lh livoeuiber last, wbtreia shs chergtie tba dfeadaut with adultery, aad praya to lie divorced from ber aaid hualiend, aad to have aiimauy coats; that unieat ha aoaear u or before tbe day of Jure. ItAV, ana plesd, answer or thereto, tbe tame will be heard ia hie abeeaottaad a dinree Uken aaabove staled. .,. 8.V. Blark, BKllHjBT A. FBBOCBaOrf. Attorney for PelllloneF. April II), Itel. aKC-f awjlNEH AND Llil'OK.l9.-vyB TT spared ao eipcnee in tha pnrchaaa of Liquors, which baa been selected eiaiaeelr B08i jaUT I, W OUsT, Ui.Ull-f , IVXid Jbttftilil-ftB of re. foi - TB. ! the and la low long and b"ea win. 341 bV a. PA de. a aVC Hid S 4, milia irg JO. Per. polinea on aaid aud 6ta demur at BATI om In fcedicihAl,urALBiBT Higlily Important TO BUSINESS MEN! THE UHTTUR LIST WAS AlTARDBD TO THE DAILY PRESS FOR EA VINO TBM LARGEST COVINGTON AND NEWPORT CIRCULATION LARGER THAR ALL OTHER PAPERS COSBIXEDll A. d v r tiser a WILL BEAR IT IN MIND, IF TOU WAIT TO BUI 01 KU INT THINfe WAHI TO BINT A HOCBi WANT aWABDIUS OS B0ABDISOJ BAT! LOST AST THINS OK, WANT WOBll ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY PRESS. Utica White Lime. ; Tin rrVBBKSitaNKD hating CuKaStll their facilities ia maoufsclurlnf i , . . i . . a hvAnrHa m .11 Arriura Env amount, ana loose ordering Lime can reir eviog 1 1. em filled, and la Mo 1 eooperaae, and 1 aa, at Utica, lad., will iW,J,J,fn, rilea, Ind.,trlarc 18. IBM. mnit-cm- Ptl.ntR'S eOSMBTIOIiOITIOH opens tha pores ol tbe eKln, aod allows to paee off la Insensible perspiration which otherwise accumulate neat tua auriaoe. jt is great akia-puriner of tba hi, Nearly Ihlrleea years' eaperlruce baa proved that pimpleaand eruptioaa of Ibe face, tetter, Ball-rueum. rlu.worm. erysipelaa, aad ayery other itching and irrltatii dlrrasr of Ibe t-kln.ere r. ni vou oi a siugie appu c.li'.n of this treat remedy, and In a ah'irt eSecluallr cured. Anaon Bater A Oo , 47 Warrea st., New Yoik. eay : " aa aciiuaiiiUnoe of ours Uu eured by it of eoseiaa on both legs aud . iu. h.,!..). Ariu,i,i.Aa Incurable by ahvel- emus iu aud c ut of tba ho.pltal. The writer slao beea curea of tha aama trouble, alter haeiu, liiid every thing ba oould thiuk of far aigbtees sionins. Pi lift m mhU. or ffi bottlM for 12 W. V 11 ill ho ti,t by txtumt to any art of lb Btatesi rreMrti vr wwm r u a, MaiiJMeavUrT mr& iDiporur of Pu aw.w...AuAar atnti Imivtrt Ptfrfuiuurrt mtt IV jtt fftu rouria-..( cisiciuuavi. Fistula In Ano Treated pr ST Pat. WN. OWBBB, WITHOUT TH liar Bttelhod of treatment, discovered byhtii bot aia tit yesra mu, aji4 whlofc baa btai t-u4 witb a3lu aeaawat fa ary caca. ha k-TtJN hat trwMn at n.tttuss. tftf tOlMtailAU fOsT taat twaaqr yaaA. aaa aaatirja iu-mwtwii tb akM tf butubuc. tut furttior liiUna' Itoa, apalr ai bla otrlc ais4 raaidiaoa, Jto. fe 4a 4Mi th -srt...Hpflnaatt. I9YOC ABB IN WANT A BWmWf Mlvarila ta tba PASttd. It 4oaa not -at M4 IN wUi aaaa4U sl at-ab a or, m 4tMAf until INSURANCE. I OHOlOK w T TH 'tfA INSURANCE 00 OF HARTFORD, CONN. Ineerawrauwdl ISI.fkrtar Fwrwtwa i . . . .. - OnabOapltt. EnUrfww Ui MSCTwl I , fDollMTl AenrW FKTaBT.ivaieo in innmrnt J. N ATI la 1Nlt, ant-datlB all areaent Inaw fniniranoa eomranlaa and aBda In th Ininraaai bmlnaai l thlioltr. ThlrtT-Sra faara' oonatawt ntv hra, Bombtnod lk waallk, airinoa,aiiU. Inaa and iia-nntir, aapariaiij wmmniiu .w -, nimraniw fttomaanv to tha faTorabla atroaaa' Ihla commnltr-aiilli- anlltarv and aloaa, tk Sola mrviver and Kvlns aioaawi oX OlaoittSaU sadaf, wrttura of l2. Tha I arrant Ion ever awatalD frf an? laiwtwaw; KmtMnr at on fir te Ohio wa v the .ma, at Uhllllootha, April, ami araonaaMl aa f 114,ll St u A mi- I. thlt-ta dava afv tha lira. I aaia ia uiaotoaav unnni in van ai vawaw hi ' t f I : Cash Capital, -, $1,600,00! JtimotBte aad anlmralrad, with a aet snrsrai Cf i - 514,149tV ' n 0 aal tbe prattitw or amy -on vry meww a, , aarMDoa. lavaaunonia 01 Of er 1100,000 In Ohio 8ecurll&: HI! kK tHLAHD HATIOATlOw. ' ' ' !: ita at terma oonlrtnt with aotvawe) and fair arvflta. Enjiar.lal attention aivan to Inawv anoa of DwauiBt aad oontanM lor tanas r one h St rara, Aprllcailoa mad to an? dnlv antaxxhiwa aaaal avomptly attaaded to. atrlot attention to a liw Imata Inanranea blna, thla lAnananr la anabHd to offr botk lndmnHr for tha nt ami oorllj at the fotnra. rolloiaa laenad withoat dalar bv CARTER afe LINDHBT, Asreata,. Ho. 40 Hatn-atrvat, and B)q 1T1 Vlaa-atraaa, J.J. Huoala, Asant, foiloa, 17th Was 1 P. BI8H, Aa-ant, UorUaton. Ajr. t a P. BU(IhASA. Hawwart. K Slll-av a LIFE INSURANCE ' mutual binttitTiVi INBUBAK0I 00., . or MBWaa, n. J , Tnsxirea Li ve Only. ACCUMULATED MRANH, JAN. 1,1861, 8,oiaoaa sot . Dividend, January Fortr-6ve aar oant, . DaJ. F, WHITB,',kIanarAi txiinm. JOHN W. UABTWEIiL, AKnt. Onto of Cincinnati lnnnranca Oo Mo. 4 PiiMIe Landlna- , mhl-tf INSURANCE! Hofoa Ina. Co. New Tork.. M0 A FIT a L 01,000,0151 Voatlnantal Ins. Oe., Mew York..,,,... 00,004 Niaeaia Flra Ina Oo., Haw Tork .,.,- sno.oot north am. Flra Ins. (Jo Haw Tork. ti.OOt aacuritr Fire Ins Oo., New Tork ... Sm.OOt Waatanl Man Ins. Oo., PtttaAeld, Maw... Un.etll Marchanta' Ina. Oo. of Hartford, Oonn...... tm,oot N. T. LIfa Ina. Co., 1. T.....Aia-ra-tl,7S7,ll n kws- Policies lamed ta abeve ftnt-claa, Oompa alas, and loaaea sromptlr adjaated and paid pv ;W. Is. .Evans & Co., GENEB&L INSCRANC8 AGENT8. AS WBT THIBD-8T., CIS0JN1 ATI. " atr.vm, sv riamraiba, to W. W. Hoarboronak . Milea Oraanwood : Trier Uarldaon Oo. i 8 Davia, g., AOo : Balaelbaeh, 8aa,nii.Kd 4 Oo.i Wynne, alne Oo. : W B. Smith Co.: Oawson, Wllbi & Oo. : Hnnnewoll, Bill A Oo. ; TWMid ft Slbler Printer Whit. man : 8ulr. Kckatain Oo. jaU-vl MISCELLANEOUS. n. this on oa that would tea othev titua baa feet, het 1 :6 -, VVa uusisT HALL, CARROLL O., No. O-A JUC aw. 1 xa-aw tree,! -ii '10 rntnt MOif StKIilABIlri L FlaVBt avFT M. D BUBULAR PBOOr t4 F 3.-Thj bavaal'W wore aatlRtaotloa than any otaar now in aaa. -We offet a reward af ON It TMOCHAN-D Dtla. liABfi lo any iwraon that ran, np to the preaant tine bo a alngte Instaee wherola aha bava tallad a peeerve their coutonta. . With thla 6 AKH ws challectaall eoeaeetMltw, a tolog tha beat fir Proof. Barglar Prof, or Fin end Bnrglar Proof now made; ana are willing to taat e-lthaay aatAblUhaaant In tha Baton, and the part telling flrat to foilelt to taa other tha ana of $2,001 Wa ara prepared to firm tan bttr bate, aud at law sat, than anv ntba taannfaotnrM ta the Unite-' niaieB. ,,-.- - . i . Sacond-band Batai of other maker alec oa bar. a. We reapaotfalty Inviu the pnbllc to call and ax aaa. tne oar eiaok ho for pnrchaalng alaawhar. . HALL, OARROLL CO, knU-ar lo. 61 Maln-aUaa-v Hanks'B Bell nnrlBrass Fonndiy, BlLIrJ WBKb, (formerly Oaorga u tunas) , Ba '0 Kaat Bocond-fltreet, Cincinnati. CELLH KEPTCOMaTANTLKON Htfll or pjadetoorder, of any slaa up to S.viiO pounda, and In chimot, aa wanted. Rary ratiery of Braal Work and Braat and Uompoattion Oaatinga made U nnlar. Alao. en hand. Ba) atltsll itt Metal aad Hpelt Bolder, aud every dewriptiM of unlshed Uras Work. TttflA PTPtT AM IB rraVTNttlV Particular attention given to Ute&mboat Wora snch aa Wronght-lrou Piping, and Fittings ant up Steam acid Water Qangea. lietaiio Packing, Whittles Bliwera. Bugine Bella, Ac Lager-baar Oooaj tvavi ail other varieties always oa baud. a2.tf THOMAS FlttllirSapertntendeiat, vua CHEAPEST and niuat For lil lLi)l;a, DlltAULB ROOFING IN t'SE. a.nt to any frt f tltcrnuiiiir, ill, dirmiiM.. lor !'!- RAIL. ROAD CARS, McnmlKjiir, jirpsMTTing Alctul ltuiil. An. I S FORMATION UB1A1NF.D OF J. P. WAY, AGENT, 273 SycaDort St., (Vinnafi, (I. "TaTTtfr ROOFING PROOFING! I FUTE OrrOAT,F KI.ABTTO BTKTAIillia M. BOOri NO ia offered U the public aa the beat and ebeapeet af etal Boot now need, lie merit, having beetl teated ar an eaaarienoe.of yaara In thitoitr and vt- inltr. Applted to flat or ateep, Ola or new bnlia luga. Ho solder need fastened sacualf wltuoat aoeura to me action oi tne eiementa. Prepared sheet, box Ml tor shipment aa aar parte the nulled Htatea.caa ba aeelied bv anr one wll ea or anr one wna or . ilk err mecaeotoaj skill. Order a romptlr Blled. CALIIWa'LL A CO., sarle-tr Ul Wan Beaead-atraaa, ttrjet CUBK.-CINCINNATI. FEBRUARY 3peJ 23, ltl This ia to certify tbat my fither. B. L. Ashcraft, sixty. two leers old, aod afflicted with paralysis in his left aide, did, lu November last receive aa Injury oo bit left leg, which became a sere of a very alarming aiaa, being abuut two five inchea, and spreadiug raptdly, and being 0v ertd with a coating of greu. mncout matter. Upoa procuring medioal advice. I was told It would have lo lie cut open and the bone of the leg scraped. About this lima 1 beoama acquainted with Dr. lit BFHN, and, procuring his Black Halve, I ap plied it to the aor. The third application removed all the mucous matter, aud left tha sore clean. eon.uieiced h.aliug. aud, after using but boxea or in naive, 1 aaa tue pleasure or teeing sore entirely healed nn. BIlBKBTO ASnORArT, ' Sawmill, 'fi Cast front-. t. Tbe Doctor It tha only phvstclaa aow living wtta can kill aud cure a Caucer without Instruments r.ia. lie alao curea Piles aud U kinds of Korea heumatitm, eto. Office, 5S Barr-et., eorau Cutter. OlBia haura, A, at. lol f. M. apl7-tf Pat. J. HIBBltW. H, CAMPUEL.lt tfc CO- MANITACTUHEBS OW BAM, SH1I1 antT Boiler Iron, View Slaba, Bellroad Baikat tto. SaMi, agenla for the aale at Irontoa Star Nalp Waranoana. Ha, IS Seat lUousid -eereat. Olnolaes Ihla aamrei. aiaaa lei JtEMOVAL. W m. Vandivoer, AWNINQ ANO TENT-MAKER, WW Aft BEMOVKO PROtl Hilt OLB 11 staud. I OO Hycuwora et to 4B BAHT THIBD-ST., BETWBBN HTCAU0B1 ANO BBOADWAX, Where he ID bt happy to receive erderf kit In hie line. aS-U Et VVIIITFHKe.lt, BORHB BOTOSt ia AND blitiKIt, having had thirty tears' etperieuce with aneatenelve piao- jawr i.ela tbe Trteriuary art aud BheelugC jal umLllrd. DK trtaTC lavetoiiiTormtaepai'iie und at all Um. at bit - - iLaU iiA rAi tva fuond I aUeu til. Luainaaa aaa raaiaeno, bu. ntcmmtBTisj Ikrit-si., All kinds, f Horvsj Puwrlera, Ululaaauta iliuauawitU, conamatly oa baa?a. tswa-tf lIMOTI .-J. K. TAYI OR HAS JkV WuV tlD hli iil-Mtat oittoa thuia bia. V.na-wt to A A- eoruar of Jfiitb tal Walout-aU., wr HnjUb'a Tm i'itm wbia.tf 1 H t OI.Ol IAI TOIIaBT-qOAP-A vtr; fliavartiilv, at Jf b AiiLbijN ri, biutb Vine. ...vtt MISCELLANEOUS. RAILROADS. CHICAGO! GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE. Indianapolis and Cincinnati SHORT-LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. mro rnNK o vnttm to w4p. Xw t)MH, at whirb pla. a It nnltea rgr-. ""I with railroad, for and rr.im all nolala V. J,"a. I ta tke Vest and Itorth-waiit. . " CHAMGB OF TtMB. 1 OH AND AFTBtt AIDNDtT,, APitlL 1. J961, TBBBI PAftBENQCS TBAIKB , Leave Utmtanatl dallr. from tha foot of Mill it., on Front! tkronah to Indlanaanlli, Torre llul, tafaratta and Uhloago, ta advance of all olhr "riBUT tBAflf-fJ A. M.-fmIlAOO MAIle ArriTaa at Indlananolla at 10:40 A. M., Wavait at l-4na M..4iH'ar' e:!l f. . connecting at I'hl co with all Woiitarn bad' W-vtl.w.trn TralnB, Terra lUnan Trala loava, Iidlaoaaolia at 1-311 P. St., emvfli laiia- 1II9 r. iDuiaunpuu., --- fTtt, PiiluUd, Uiiincr, Palmr and Bt. Jo aah KaarflMi arrt.a at Indtanan'ill, at (i:l) P. m.t Lfrtt at 9 15 P.M., Hrriuh,d at S 29 A. B , ynlncy at i.t V. M.y Paimrra at S:t" P. M., Bt arpb at 12 0 k M s Atoltlana, K T , at l:S0 A M. Terr naiite.aae Alton Train laavaa IndianapoLia at k V. m THIHD TltAIN-Atflw P. M. CH I0AOO IX- PRKSS-ArrtTM at tadlananolla at II P M.. I.a- farita at 1:4S A. H i -Oblenao at T:90 A. SI . om bectitiRat Chicago With all Wdatara and North. wemern i raina. .. . Sirenini-can ara attached to alt ataht trains na thla line, and ma thronsh to Obtcaco wltbont ehanffa of cam .... . B iTir yoa ara la tha elf ht tlckat-o(llf bfhra Ton anrchaae ronr tickets, and ask for tickets via l,awrancbHTf and Indiauapolia. Para tba aama, and tiro ahortar than br ear ctnaf ronta. , . PHTnraohc4 thronsh. ....,., ThniaKh tlctata, good nntll naad, nan b otbalnrl at tha tlokt-iflica at tha Bpencar Honae. N. W. enrnar of Kroadwav ana rronl-iti. no. tiiirnnt Hona eornar, and at tha Depot Otflca, toot of Mill t.,on rront,hrall Daceaaarr intorauttlon mar Omntbnaaa ma to and from each train, and will call for aaeiMiniiara at all botal, and all aarta of the Itr kr loading addraaa at either office. W. U L. MOBLE, Ueneral Ticket Agent. 0. B. OO TTOM, Oloolnaati Af nt. " aptt U. 0. IiOKB Preatdeat. 1861. FAST TIME. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. iTr AMD AFTER SUNDAY, APItTI. 14, 'w. w iv. iratni win ibbiitt ro; mwi lKiJT 9twn A in. i.Aa'iLiim-iruinr, ninrtinriavtl. TTnvnfltoii fttiil IAvton mi- Fri am I ton, Rut on, Htchmoad, lodUnaft III and Vest; LoKAusjxTt ard Went; and Uivtoa, Oonnecti at Payton with Oropnytllo and Miami Bnilruad; with Dnfto and Hiotiisiti sfUiird lor Lima. Ohlcagts and I he VcRt. ; Toledo, IV trot t anil Cnnafa: with 8fnrJu-kT, Dayton and Cincinnati BiirOaid orBaTditflV, Ac 7 A. TW. CUMINNATI EXPRH8-rfMi tiltllf JH lami immi. tj inuecu Tia iwniMone ana C)cv,aBd: Tia Oolutnbm, OreitHue and Pitutmrtf; TiaCfllumt-nB, -(teub-ivilift and Plttahiir; rta !o uw b - Bp: air nd Bjiiwoo4 ; alao for Horiurflild. U iiDccts with CiDciouati. Wilmington and Zuei Tllif Hail road. HsU A. W. ACCOM MOO ATtOVfrom Cincmnati. daoillton uit. iayton lopot-or U nul la m Oxford and Liberty. Q-a. a. if. AffTsilW HftnTTON-From Lt.ll Mtttml Vb K.. OutoTR vlat olumbitrirrBalUir at.a I'lllpnnrpn, Tia ajoiiinuniM anu iwTomuti, auu via Pn ttnihns If Vrir linn anil PitlDhurch. flanillton and Daytor Dpot For Uirailtn, Ox foidand Lif-frty. CoDnenta to 0nDraTilla. flnn rectnat liny ton with Sniidusky, Dtyton and Cin- utiKti Railroad to Foreat. Oonnct witb tireaa vi lie and Miami Bailrad 3i60 r. M. A t -COIrf M OI IT ION From lltt- Miami Dfaatft- Kor C. lurabna and bpriDgrinlfJ. 5.3H P. M. EXPRKSH-Krtni Ji nati, Hamilton and Dayton Popot-For Uiumlton, Klch ni.nd Indianapolis and VVoat. CounocU at Dnf t..i with Xa,tn and Michigan Railroad for M aw ard i hicniio, and fr Toli-, otr it and Cannla. 0 V. M. ACt O.lliWODATION-Froni Li tlo Miaail Pi-pot-or Xonia. Otmnfti with Oincin nnti Witminatori and ZatiMvllle Knilroad. t,1 P. M. ACiJUM.vlOOATIOM-From Oin ritmati, Hsuillton and Dayton DhboI For lilen dalo 10 P. M. NIGHT KXPRB3S-From Cincin nati. Hamilton and Dayton J)epot. Don u acta via Coitim or, SteubfiDTille and TiiUhnrx, ria Golum bmi. ilnwtilna aad Pittabnrr: Tia Col um bnt. Bll- alraid Pr-xx TiaOolumhoa, Be 11 air aad Pitta kort i nd Tia Holnmbnt and Cli ve j.ad. 8LKKP17IO-4JARHOM THIBTA1H. ' Tralra UaT Dayton for th East. Tia Colnmbua. t tUttiH A, NH i30 A M.aod 5i4 P. M AH tiaiitB run daily (Suodara ex-eptd)( except tbe Nipt t Rxpreaa, which lea Tea Su'tday night, in pi are af Saturdny Dtpbt. iPoi ail miurnsatnoa ana Through Tlokats pi mm ADctr at tha Ofhcea. aontheaat corner of Front and Broadway; weal aide of Vlna-atretj bftweu thro P-t 0.c and the BomM Honnf; No. T Wt Ttrd. fttaetii Bixth-atraat DD"t, and at th Kaat Prout street Papot. , i1 Tralna ran tT Uolmnkni ttma, which te aeTen inniea faiitnr tnan Cincinnati timt P. W. HTBADKll, tionaral Tlckat Aganv Omblbnaea call for paaMmtani byleaTtBg dirao UoDBat theTicksvtOffioa. apL6 . OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. TWO TRAINS 1.EAVF CI40INTI Sail, for bt Ixrals, Ualro. Aw. Miumwiim Mall-A.SIt A. M , . ' Ixpreaa-4tOO P. at. Hire Traiui for Lottiivllla 4i0 LXlHr. M ; 4i30 P. M ' Suadai Rvenfng Kxpraaa 4lto r. at. LoQlsvllle accomtHodatlon lava at-i f. H. FOR THROUGH TK'iKIS. Pltaaa avplr at oraca tlo. 1 Born Honaa.oornar rffiot; at ttponcar Huuaa oflloa ; at No. 7 West Third tt. aa4 at b Oaaot. rn.r of Froot and Ofinaral Snaartateadeat, Onalbntu call far vaataagara. . apli DENTAL. n F. BBIiKWAP, DBNTISTt- gt- Teeth extracted without pain, drug, srahocks to the nerrous ayatem My mode of uuHiatina and aaalication ta different from any now in una, and la exhilarating instead debilitating to tba eyateni. Teeth tilled aubetaii tlalty,and Artificial Teeth made in all the varioor Itylea, to suit theniORt fantidioua. Terma moderate K B.-All Uaaieru, Weatero and Virginia mono? OrrMVYsi West Fourth-at., Cln , 0. deM DR. JSIKB EDITH, DENTIST. OFFTCB oa Siatri-at , b.twaD Uaca and tlm awKaw Ho. 134, Baar Baue-at. Taetb astractad a-Hbont pain, on a new principle, wuhoot tbe ma of drugs r any tuinrioua atrent. Potltlvaly ao baanbuf . Having baa nearly twentr rears' es aerioaoa ia tha practice or hit profeanlun In thl. etty. be aaa aita perfect tatinfactloa to all wha will palroulta nun. nil urni ara ao reaaoaai roa will aava naarlT one-half bf calling aa blia. Ideal J TAFT (OrCCESSOE TO Ktoiiwr fonf tl TAFTJ w.a DBa'TaST. , , No. S8 West Foarth-st., Bttwaaa Walnut and Tlna-ats., sapSi (Jtnetnnatl, Ohio. OYSTER TRADE. S' by J. MALTBY'S Ne Plus Ultra OYSTERS K0.1L NO. 11 THI BCBrWHIBER IB HECFrv7!"ia. dally, by tho Adams tipreas, M AliIBV'S rivaled and celebrated choice) PLANTID BAIT1MOB1 OTBTIBS. a nniuil ilallT anaele always on head, ao that Salni and famili. can obtain, at any time duiiug tbe seaeoo, those superior uyetera in enna, nail-caut anu in tnt men, warraateu iresa auu sweet, x nw bt. axtra la site, aud of tho noat delictoua flavor. I Zlobrt Orr, i Depot, 11 Wast rifth-at. P. B.-A liberal discount allowed to tha traits an partial. Terms caaU. . . . sev-ueoa MISCELLANEOUS. -Bteam ot oi ; ' . ( au4 RR 174 aitl SIGNS OF THE TIMES! siGNsr C. T. PORRI8TALL AT 139 VINB-8T11KBT, Oornar tl IiibM, a stalra. Is prapand as P ALIi USDS OT glONS, BAHHBBJI, ANB PlUTOBlAXj WOBB (aMHBBA ' Oa abort aotloa and oa tha meat rat washes JkJi Work iaavrrited. DONT rOBOBT NO. 132 TIN lnolt-tf 1 Illglily Important Inforniatlon T AB1BS ANR O UNTlBfrtgl WIf.L Si Oil IN hleacliiUM I dlhautrvaa Dibit tllM UlUtlul SADU BUDfT r j.ia.1 PiabiIdat ICstrthll-hrunt ol T. WI TAB A CO. J. ia ailUkitml at 'AtW tikhth at., botwavaa 1, 1 1 al .aT . atri.t Ji.liii.at.. lUucliioati. whera laiodi of tit raw Gooda r iWiib-3 -vo1 fclUr-4 tliA TSiFV iHtitatt iBHlllitQ. M. 8,-IU.f Cloud dj4 taxi lJnUhi is uaro( awyta. aff RI FTAIO ICALBWOBA9 AOBNOT BcaJua tuada & Ji'aii LaiiAa' ajliW wa tantca auraDti iroa, OOttiXAa, . ' - f tV. , ' M dVBPOt Beta I emU VAT 19 BUBUiO. V) M U. ate Baft. bbjbj-ea i etna naianau. titacisj bb rf TOD HAf 1 IrOHT Anr Tainu, V It tttTih 1C It In tbss hl.K8. Brkr vautr saJvaa tlaasBatit will b Bora Hbalf lo ba aaaa tiiaa la wouiiai oi ua aaCtsiau-t. uUiMaJtA CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. TVOTirH TOJIM.WHO H IT If VMm , 1 tl-RS Nntif la slur. -.y niT-ri thrtt Dure ! yfnHnglfor tb VUj '"ttrlt of thi city of Oln eitmati, the fi-llnwlrgt Ort!lTir,nr.f to-wil : T mtahtifh th d m il f Hf nner trrctk flroa i Fnniin ttot toOavrard vtr.t. ' t In Vlirpiifitire I'f lha law, Ha'd (rMinr1ae trrA tmiI, litfrt r g i fie IkMa, anrt tha OfTd intrtiotrf. git a four ' n'.ltra of tha in'len? of tha mm, Tht law rfiiTilrwi all rlaltnn fir dmfi fha mr tf'Tii from id improTptnt'nt t r h 0'inI fn wrtTift with tha 'ity Olerk, strttifisT rorth tha am tint or datnafffwi rlaimad, within twi wn afit T tha ex piration nf tba iira ragnlrd ar tha piMicattn ot vnrh notir, whea vha mum will La iakan up tor flnal action. ftp- ' 9 KM. It. IK.RWINB CUr (t-.rk. ittH fc -to Aisia vvijo.n it nir jfiNiiBtKn. none 11 inTtttty aivra that rti ra I iwrtdliia: t?r.-ra tha :tty iiuanriio. riii vat ot Ulncltinntl th follow I nt Orrllnmnie, to wit : ' t o aataiSllrth tbanrade of Anlt'itn atrwr from tha Sorlh rnrporatlon Una, 1,7 to int nutithwardly. In pnr-uanca of th law, aald Ordh anna wai Iwtca road, laid on tha tabla, and iha O'er It In.' Itrtictad to gl?e fttir vaeka' not Ina nf tha ponddncr of th aama. lha law rrMihlra all elarma f)ir damnra that rnaf arcrwr1 from taid lniproTemiit to tiiVd In writt with tha City Clark, fetllnn furth tha amonut of rlnmsiaTsagi rlnitiiftd. within t im wnxki hftor tha sw.' plration of tha time required ftr lha putillcation of inch fifttlr, whaa tha aama will ba tahav op for aal acttoa. IVOTtCB TO AM. 1vn.M IT NAY CON 11 KBN. Ntlce ia hereby cien, that thre a ndlng trefora the City (Vmocil of the city of m- ainnati, k fnlloWlTtaT OnHltMnrfta. tO-W.t To vntabHsh the grade of LiviiigBton-itreet, from John atif ot U Linn atrfet . Tojtrade and pavawiih bowHor-Btna, Long-aT ley. fr.-m 4,rcbard-itrect t- l.il-artT-atrn-t. To grada. paTe and rernir with b'.wldor-atne. BatUrs'-alley. from Elm atrn-t t' Plnm-atrwt Topradnand nave wtth hrick, tha ei'lwriae on Tlr'dlay-atrpt, from Central a-fnnto Ki-atrat. To grade and pave with brlok.tha aidnwalk nn the nurth Kide of (J rand In nrwl, from Oeuiral aTKLue to rinmitreet. In pnrnanoB of tbe law. aatrt f)rdlaanfta war twice read, laid on the tahb-. and tha tJlt-rk rn tnictd to gire four weeka' notice of the pendem f ol tbe aame. The law reqnlrea an ciaima t-r natnarra inn. may rcriie from aald improTemeni to liflltd la wrUInf wlththeCDy Clerk, Retting f rth the atnonnt tf damafroa claimed, within two tttwi after the eiptt- atioo of tbe time required for the publication t rich notice, whea the aama will he taken up for final action. ' np?iVdw O ROB OB M. CASRT, City Clerk SEALED PROPOSALS. SFAI FO PROPOSAl, Wllili BE KP ( K1V1lI at tbe ollice t.f the Board of City 1m provfemente, until 9 o'clock . M of FRIDAY, My It), lMl, f r (Trading aud pAving Hthawy lre. frcm McMillan-atret to Wluilaof'atrci't, at followa : Grade, aet enrda anl pnTi the gutieri ilx f. t wide, ea n Hide, with oi lonnd vtiue loch linie-rtone, on a hed of olenn g iivel, nix incha dep, and macadamise the centr b'-tween with brokun atnr e iwt-be i ichpa doep F-Hcb bid to be arcompinUd by two eartia. Biddt-ra to oae tho printed furnin, as no other will oa rt civpd. By order of the Board. myMt GKOBttRaT Cl'Tf FOBD, Cletk. tC-FAT,Fn rnorosAf.M vittjt RR RK- v7 hi v fill at tne oiiue m tin U 'jird ot ilt Im- prnTtRKiiti, until 9 o clock a. si. or rttiUAi, IU wy 10, 1N.1, fur regrndiiift, teiniring nnd paritiKi ! witn gird, hard-bunicd i-avliiif-b'irlc, on a bd of oleai aand lour incbea deep rln sidewuika on Mjr-tiri-atreet, from Pearl atrwt I" Tnlrd-tr. ot. Each bid to be accooipanicd by two auretiua. Bid den to uae the printed forum, ue no other will be ra crivd. Bv order of the Board. mvL-tt OKOHH .1 OriLFOBD, OWk. LEGAL NOTICES. all to AO. aaj flMlB hTATK OK OHIO, UA.lIfLTOS M COVNTT, -The Suiwir Cmrt of fint'Ti nttti INo. 14,flil Hunry Nye p'alnliO r ThointaS V. Maddox, lata husband ot Dolia Mitddoi. d -rensid.and John Maddox H'HImn Maddox, Mar tha ftlartdox, Marlon Maddox, l-elia Hiddtix a id: KotertGcvyn Maddox, heira-at law of Delia Uad dox, deceased, detundanta 1 he aaid defend ante are heret.y notified that on tbeAthday of April, A. D im.i tbe etd vUintiff filed hit petition in aaid Conrt which ia attli pend W a thtrtn. Matins- that on th it th of Mat. I "48. M illion Miller was aeltwd- lo f of the fillowtug decrfled premleea, beit'g within tbe corporate Hm Itaoi the city i.f Cincinnati, tm ty of llnilltun. ' anf State of Ohio, Tia: bounded on the east line and limited by a 'ol hated by aaid William Mil'er to Dhtrtea Don n Is, and exteitdiug back weatwArdly teventy thi!i(7i) feet, oae half ine detith ot a lot o-nveted to Maid Miller by Joseph !opprwaith. 1 hum. Duntapand llt'Tinan Cape ; bounubd on th ouith by a brick warflhotiee, incloced br said Inlller; bonndod on the toulh by a lot a dd and conv v d to Mlas Mo'or, brii g parte of lota W oa. W and Ii7. fn tlie HubdWtnlnu of the Bank of the Visited ritntwi, said ht brliR it na'ed an the eRSterly ilde rf I ocko'rt-arentw, be tvvteii U ant and Court-t reta, in aid cttr ot Cia- -cinuatl, attld avenue hariDK tet?n laid otit eiuce aaid , 7i(kvf May, A D IMS; that n Maid 20th nay of May, 1843, Bald Milhr denited the aave with-pr It llepe of purchaao, to onelteunli-. for tne term of f tirtten years, and aaid leae priwl liog tha within two year a from aaid 20th d, of May. in, the ai'd JteitLta fbould erect thereon a brfclt bnlldiag: that If raid Deania bh uld n t elect to rurchnse staid re vcrrioB and fee aim pie, the jd Mil'er to py fr eaid impruTementa ; that rnitd D -n"!' eDterei upa seM pre mi sea aud within two jeara fniaHtd 2th) of Mny, IMS, nurauent to the trnu of aaid !eee ertctfd a biick building on (-eld piemfeen: ; that ' the ytar 1661 aaid let and biiii'iitjp, nnJk aii th es tate, right, title and equity of riu.d demtae hecant vetted in aaid plaintiff, and art now owned by him ; , tbat aald Miller baa departed thia life; that iu pro., rt-cdiiiga In partitiona among the devtsera of fiild M iller, axld lot of ground wi.i a 1 1 fl and parted to , I -niee Site, wife of David K- ktte. aud Dlia Md dox. deoeared, formerly wit of I homaa 11 Maddox.-' eubject to tbe terms of aaid lease; that bef-re thai i expitiition of aaid term of fourteen yearn, and priori to April 1, 1867, plaintiff being tha owner ef a-tid term and contract, elected to itecome the aurchase cf aaid rerert-1 n and fre afmpie; tbat by a deed fioroiald D K. and Lout.-n Kale, plaintiff It the owner of the one undivided half part of e uld prem 1dh; that aid Delia Maddox hii deptrled thin life li.tentate, leaving Tbemaa U Maddux, her htH l aiid, aud the other defendaitti above named, her lt-sal rrpreeen1ativei; that aduiiniiitratlon has not bu n taken ot the peraonal eeiate or aaid Delia 41ml- . dox, dcoeaaisd ; that plaintiff hart paid the Interest tbat ban. accrued on the one-lmir ot the purcume money to be paid to defendant ; that plaiutlff is fn ao rti!Ki(.n ol and baa made lanttbg itup'OTemeMt , on said lot. and ia aow willing to pay dfenanta ' the remaining moiety of purchase m uey up m tha cu' ion to him of aC'nvoaiteof aaid one undi vided one-half part of Raid p remittee, and deaiand fug that the terms of aaid lee he ap'ctftcaily per- b.imed. Anu tne aata aeiei uaniti ara requireo c plead, answer or demur to en id petition on or be fire the 22d dav of June. A D 1WI . otherwise the ararer of aatd petitian will be granted XL. XI. tX Tf . AiuivC'Cls tor ntainiiii. April 25, 1861. ap25 fTh IN PURSUANCE Ok aS OK.OEIt OF sale to us directed w will oHV r for bi1 at Public , Auct'oBl on the are mines, Ht 2 o'cloct P Af , on BATIIKDAY, May 2it, m, the Mlowiogr Bat K-. tat. belonalDfi to the eatate of W. E. ftlorrlu, de ceased, to-wit : l Ol III at If ca a i, on a pi hi uirm iui iiiB';i'rti iwiiipj 21 featih Inches front on Vront atrott and oxtend- liiK oack on A.uuiow Bireei to me ittiuiuff ap- Eroirjfd at $11, Mo. LU marked 11" ( on snidpta',) a ing 20 ftnet 7Te lDchci lu fro it on Front street. nu exienoing uhck io ine jummm, ftpprniBtm Hs ,s.imi. Lot' marked "O" Con naid oUt.t beiDS at tt 11 2-6 inchea fn front, ia F oitt-strnot, aud ex ttiidiim bnek to tba laudiafl AoDruittedat $i 5uo. iu Hamilton Gottoty, ttbio. Tniiivofnaleoiie. third ctir-h, balance In two annual riymuofa with Inter- et leciired by mortgitsfe. v it nuttuia, jr., s A A n n.iniiii tia. 1 Admin 1st ratora of tbe etta'aof W. II. Morrlo, de cMFd apyt-Bat d I ATTACHMENT J( K F O At B V F. HANHKLMANN, a Jnatlca of tha Peace of Cm- ctnnati Township, Hamilton County. Ohio. Win. n ii. unance Ta. r.Duton rarKr. i ne o ifnoani wt 1 take notice that, on tho I'.'tb day of March, ffil, at tie mitiance oi aaia pininiiii, aaia jibinr. rHoed an older of attachment atiiui the property an4 iffects of nid dt ffudant, fur the Bum of ona hundred and twenty nix doll an and forty oaata, and that aaid cauae la adjourned for bearing on tb VI h day of May, Ml. at Viock H. V 1 LieUI A Be AA O.. tUACIUta. Pated March W iHfll nihaViTu Th.B SI PfcHlOH COURT Or1 CINCINNATI. No. ii Daulfl J Fulliiaud Jba Youaz. Partner, Ac., m. . M. Whitney Dffnndint it( take notice that on tha 30 (h day of March, 1-1, paintUffl filed their petition in Ibe above Cuurt ta nToTstr tha um of tAiio aaalunt h'm. aa iodoratr of draft drawn by the Cataract Hank, of Lock port, on the Ocan Bank, Mew York, for the utn of PhH li. and purcbaaed fron hiui by pUiutifTs, which craft ha ben protested for nonpuyiuent, and John!'. To) and baa been aued aa gan iahi-o Defendant i rttjuiita to answer iy xe ViJliu af VJ 1 1 v . UBlUltViV) ntt v, Cincinnati, April II, apll fTh STATEOF OHIO. UaiMILTON COUNT. f B8 -Superior Court of (Micinnatl -(U.TSsi) Attacbiheut Henry Mack. Harmuun Mack and Bimon Mack, partner a Mark A Brother, plaint itta, w U.C. llolrerta and J . i . itoitaria, Ofienoaoia. Icfndanta are hertbf notifli thnt on the 2zd day of March, A- D 161, plaintiff alova-Baraed fllodl tneir petition in tue aaia oapein r joiir oi uiociu rati, the object and demand ot which ia to obtain m uniumeDf aKamat tne aaia avienaania ior .utma oi Itusft AI stiirl tntrtat fnini Dacembtir 6. 1H-VIK and the BHid ditfendauUare notilltd hereby, that Gtaaway Vratiheara aud Jame U. Lawi. partovra as O Ura ahear A Co., buva boon duly aorved aa earntttheea in tb'fl actiou, and that propei-ty in tbe haada of tha aaid O. Braaheara A Co., con lia ting of toliacco, lre- loi aitig to the Hiid aeienaanta. naa oeen atiacneei m this action, to be aubjected to the pynieiit of laid judumeut, that uuleaa tua aaid defendant. plea-J, answer or aeiunr vo iui ttaau iwiitiuu oa vr ntiorn tho atb of J ana, A D. lijol, the prayer of auid ivti tioa wilt be grafted. M, U. ft W. TILDKN. April 3, ibbi. apt i rn iFtOtl.T OF MMIMON PLBAH-NO 2l,47fl6 John W. (.arriann m. hi. Oiibert, juhn Crombie and Wm, Farubam, Nta part nan aa K. GillKtrt A Co. Tha doleiidanU will Uke notioe thai on tha Mb day of January, janl. be ad than in tha above cauae to recofer tha auui of yi.3-M) damage tor tbe breach of oontraot for the delivery of powdv-r, made Wtweeu them and Looiui A Campbell, on tba let cay of May, lt&A, and which powder was never teliverad Tha ft aid claim baa bean aaigued by .oointe A OampttoU to plaiutiif Loon is A Csmp btll and vurwia A Wright bava been ptade gtx-Bl-beea, Ieftndaata ara reajutrati ta auawer ou or beb'ie tbt 1st day of Jane, mhtt-fTn JOHN W USKUON. Att for PI'tT.: "fbTOTlCH THB VNDBHMGNKO HAS all been apaolnttrtl and qualified by tha Probata Cuttrt of Hamilton County, OU'o, aa Administrator Of WILLIAM TBOXKLL. decetu Ute of saiA H. mi H on County, Ohio. B. U fAMlCBaS. March W, )d61. mta-cH W H (IB1TI COI'HT NOTICB- AS- IHKV -KaH t. .I. KJUNbSof Mra. bUbAN K I B B Y. -Notia hare by given that the subscriber baa ra ap Kiistesf assigneeof Mra Busau Kibby, aod as stu b m takeu poasesslou of her etlects. All pera ma bivvlug claims against her are tiotiQ.-d to preneut litem, dul autbuuiicated acconliugto law, to JOHN M. KNNIH. aMignee, i0 Walnut-st.. Cincinnati, UatUiiliun C ubty, ihio. nib27-ct Wed A?2lW,RATOUi HALE OF RKAL d'A" K 'Ii Di-rrtUHiK-e of ordnr of apprlae ii Ht't ai d jmIo, of tbe P-i bue C utt of Htuiltoa 0'Ui.iF. t'hto, I will offer for ik, at Pub.lo Auo tiuu. in :h Kotiindaol the Coitrt-h -ma, in C.noin natl.ro iJtU'Ay, toe 24thdav of May, ) At. I, at 11 clock A. U, Ibe following tiesciibed real aataU, All that pieca or parrel of land situated In tba coubty ol Uamihon and SuOe ol Ohio, beiag in tba sxjuIU wa4uuarterofawotiLnaigbt (a,, third to wu sbia, aeooud ffaotiotial rat go of I lie Miami Pur tbsse; and teiDg tha north part of Lot Mo alx (b). ou tha map i f aubdlvitiuu of tbe Arbegast kwiaie, as tba tatuewas subdivided and laid off to William L Beady, deceawd. by tbe Oominlsstouer In tha stilt in partition In Uamtltoo Couuty CHuu.ua Pi fas, ho, 11 nv, aid couiamiug seven teen ( 17 bet in flout on ArtKatatreet, aud ruuuing back tba aama width to tbaeaat Ilea of tha utt re Uact, k tba aaiua wiU tuuie fully aprear by refarenoa 1 1 tha Uiap i f said subdivision on page MS, voluuie M( Of Ibe Brooids cf Uaiatlton Couuty Oommoa Plana. A pp aiaed at f . Tcitusol Bale-One half caih In band, leaia I $- In twelve utunths, with Interest, t be uM-ured b Lorigageon the premlsea. 0. O. MOO UK, ap eTU Adiuinist r of Wu. U JsWi dcd.