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J1IENII"V TllFClKO As CO, HIIUIM aw WIWIWI'N. . MAT It Te Advertisers-Sunday Press. "Merchants and other Intending to lavor tia nhh dvf.rt.?e.uentt for the Sunday ' Tib, will oblige m by tending than) In at as early n boor Ihil vtnlng a possibla. Capture of Secessionists at St. Louts. The telerph briDRt newi of the captor of at me fifteen or eighteen, hundred Seeea- . lieaUUby Oovernnent troop iSt Louis, irith theii arm and accontremenla. The victory wm a bloodless aaa, ProTidenc blj protected both partif pending the stUletnent ot the qnestioa which aide it will tvenluai.y wpouae. The Southern heart, fired bf tb captor of "it force, will proba bly be appeased by the thought that no fra ternal blood waa apllt In the conflict. The flair U important aa demonstrating that oar "Boatber brethren are amenable to reason when it come backed by weight of ; metal, and tb fore jf number. What Will be don with the prisoner 1 h not announced; but a their perform- , ateej will come within the contemplation Of the law f the United Statei to define and ' pan is h tb crime of treason, it 1 not Inrprob- abl that a litigation will grow oat of the circumstances which will bring the leaders to ' aconaideratioDofthepoaaibilitieaofabempen ' finality. It ia said to be one of the rule! of compensation, that the toil which elaborate poison produces also, with equal spon- taniety, an appropriate antidote. Upon the ' earn principle of natural adjustment, the land which produce traitors produces also hemp a dressing as proper for traitor ai . cage asd onion are to a roasted goose In ' abundance. P. 8. Latih. Since writing the boot w learn that about twenty persons were hilled and several others wounded, for particular of which see telegraph column, The Revolution Going On in the North. . The South is little aware of the fire which It has kindled in the North, We ourselves re hardly aware of it. The tiers rushing ot tb people to arm at the call of the Govern ment is not its most significant fact. That, in It simplest aspect, was a rallying for de fense. The national existence was en dangered by the peril of the Capital ; and until that peril was, in the common opinion, removed, all the thought was turned in that direction. ' . But the people of the North have gained time to reflect: not that cool reflection which take in and weighs deliberately all the facta and circumstances, and accept a long future with the spontaneous change it may bring, a an important elenrent in the calculation ; but that hasty reflection which permit passion to enter in and direct It conclusions which takes cognizance of old grudge and memories of past, real or im aginary injuries, as well a recent insult and wrongs, and demands a summary solu tion of the pendiig difficulty, npoa it own terms, and with little regard to ulterior consequences. If the South has undergone a revolution, time will show tbat the North has undergone on also equally radical and equally ini mical to future nnity and tranquility. They who mix much with) the people can not but have remarked that, so far a the North, at least, is concerned, the North and the South ate drifting away from each other with fear ful rapidity. The old terminology and mode of expression remain; but they are borrowing new and leas pacific meanings. Hen who, a few weeks ago, wer clamorous for concession and compromise, who raised their voice in' favor of peace, at any sacrifice, ard whose solicitude for the permanency of "Southernineutntions'wonld have refreshed . the heart of the most ultra slaverv-propa-i gandiai, now pledge themselves to "the sup I port of the Union" at all hazards and ia all ! extremities intending by this the approval ( of any measures to punish the South for its i. arrogance, and any disturbance of its domes- tic relations which shall be necessary to fore it to keep the peace in the future. The North i coming rapidly to the state j in which a good-natured man find himself, when, after a long series of slights and in . cults patiently borne, some crowning inj ury , at length awakens his passions and incites him to revenge. Then all that he ha suf fered through the past rolJs back npon hi memory ; and he burn to go in at once and ' close. the long-standing account by a final and effective liquidation. He even want additional payment for his forbearance, a well as guaranties for future good conduct, and is in no wise inclined to remit his effort sntil these are acquired. f The North is becoming abolitionized : not the right-tbinking men, but the half think ing one who constitute the majority, and represent tbat degree of political wisdom which Government carry into effect.- The Reasoning which leads these men to that condition of mind Is short, and, to them, Conclusive. 81avery, say they, has been ise cause of all the political agitations which we have experienced. It has perpetually threatened to divide the nation and kindle be torch of civil war between the dissevered actions, and kept us in continual fear that ts threat would be accomplished. It ha J euatad one body of the people of the nation iota another, been the means of creating proud and exacting aristocracy who, at our xpente, bars lorded over ns and who have, at ngtb, to so high a pitch has their arrogance arisen, attempted by violent mean to reduce 4 to subjection. If slavery had not existed eee things would not have happened; there je slavery must cease to exist ; and it is "ie mission af the North to bring it to an ad. The logic ot facts is, to the common mind, rtsistible- A few days ago there wer not ny men who spoke ia this way J now there re multitude. Th sentiment may be transi ry; but while it exists, it if just a potent if it war destined to endurance. What effect will be upon th action of th vmsnent, it is impossible to estimate; -t tbat it will constitute aa element which ill not be without it influence npon th turupoa the war, if not upon th peac at lie beyond, may, at least, be rationally 'ptehtnded. Reduction Rents-Necessity of Retrenchment. waaeauBOe. 5r. Oorg Carlisle, th owner of th en did block of buildings at th corner of urth and Walnut-streets, ha volun )ly signified hi determination ' to ra te th rents charged to hi tenant who hold npon long lease having lev I yean to run, M well as mere temporary upanU t- th rat of twenty-five per .U for th current month, and fifty per t. for th next, ia cas th war pressure U continue. . -Lis movement U in the right direction ; ! ia aa indicative of Mr. Carlyle' sagacity f hi benevolence. He ha th wisdom . that it 1 not only wrong to hold men jntracts that are ruinous to them, but k 1 polJcy. A Just regard tor th future jet him that it is advisable, a far as is s power, to relieve and conserve th at; and it i to be hoped that th x. of a man of o much foresight and iouce rrftLl generally followed, at must com down td the standard h sveat have Imperative! farced npoa us. Th holder of property will, if they look around, discover that they bav pre sented to them th alternative reduction or depopulation- Th tendency In such case, with th greater number I to palli ate to leave a debt to accumulate rather than reduce th price to a um that th ten ant can find the mean to par Tb- prac tice i a bad one; and the trial, In almost every c, ends nnfbrtunately. Tb mor entirely the difficulties of th time are met by direct and firm retrench ment, the mor easy will be the process of recovery. W have been doing business upon on standard, w must now learn to do it npon another; and they who 6 rat tak practical cognisance of this fact, and bring themselves) th most completely withtoi it conditions, will be happiest in the event. Th bankruptcy M general; and "they who longeit play th game of aa unbound and fictitious solvency, will find it bird est to rise when th troubles are over. - .'a . Reduction Rents-Necessity of Retrenchment. Reduction in the Prices of Labor. . Rent are coming down, the price of pro vision are experiency a similar tendency, merchants are contenting themselves with t mailer profit than heretofore, and labor must also consent to a reduction. The lower iui prices paid to labor, the larger the uutn btr of men that can find employment. When the employer is making less than nothing, the employ must content himself with tbat which will furnish hisn the means of subsistence. All mast bend, as much as may be, until the storm blows over. False pride must give way before the imperative demands of the times. The standards of value and price at one period constitute, ia fact, no rule for those of another. . , These are consideration as important to th class which is employed a to that which employs. The golden egg may be reduced In size, but it is still an act of folly to kill the bird by which it I hud. There is a call upon working men ia employment, volun tarily to come down to the standard which the times have fixed. Now is tbe time for Trade Union and those association which assume to regulate tbe price of labor in their several callings, to show that they are actuated by a sense of justice which is able to take in tbe common interest that they can, npon sufficient cause, regulate down ward as well as upward that they are gov erned, not merely by a feeling of avarice, a determination to get all they can, but have broader view, which take in not merely their own, but the necessities of those upon whom they depend for employment, and whose case is even harder than their. Virginia the Seat of War. The leader ot the Confederacy do not hesitate to .express their determination to snake Viginia the seat of war. The policy of the Government will, of course, be to keep the ravage of hostile armies out of the Northern States. This concurrence of views will doubtless giv Virginia the benefit at least for a considerable time to come of being the scene of whatever active operations shall happen to occur. A she, by the act of her politicians, has invited this thing, she will have no right to complain of th consequent ces, however destructive they are to her in teres ts. Her true course would have been, undoubtedly, to keep herself out of the con test until tbe game was played out She will now be in danger of injury from both sides, The Northern force will be supported by an adequate commesariat; but the Southern will not Th President has declared his deter mination to make no war upon private prop erty ; but the wants of the reckless and dis orderly troops of Mr. Davis, will be too im perative to permit them to discriminate with much accuracy batwaam Ot good of rinds and those of enemies. Soldiers who feel the pangs of starvation will care little for policy or consequences. - Besides, there i mor danger in Virginia than farther South of trouble with the ser vile population. They have more distinct conceptions of the ways and means by which freedom is acquired. If they will not fight, they may run ; and a general dropping out of the negro fundum will prove as injurious to tbe future of the Old Dominion as the ravages of war will be to her present. The New York Herald and Southern Indignation. dlaaatlaa. Since Bennett, of the New Tork Herald, turned bis last summersett, his paper is being pioscribed at the South ; and South ern papers are pouring upon him floods of tbe vilest epithets. This is pleasant. While be was, editorially, taking aides with the Secessionists, who so good as he? Bennett has played the game boldly and brilliantly No man in the Union ha disseminated through the South half o many of what tbey call, in that region, "ujfandiary publi cations." By tbe . way of Informing his Southern patrons of the radical enormity of the North, he has sent hundreds of thousands of tbe most rampant abolition speeches and documents broadcast through the country. Be has had hi harvest, and doubtless en- joyed it; and can afford to laugh at the chagrin of those who have contributed so bountii ully to (well his finances. Great is Bennett. Ccttiho tbi Ifissrssirpt Linn. Vr. Orne, a passenger up the river by the Mary Keent, gave information tbat on Sunday nitbt the levee below Friar's Point had been aut. The water rushed over, and has washed way me htm mr roup; uiauftaee iroul me point originally cut, and water was inun dating tbe crops, carrying destruction around. Three white men were detected, a day or two previous, attempting the fiendish work of destruction, and fired at, but they escaped. Later in tbe evening two skiffs were seen at a point lower down, floating silently by in the darkness. They were fired at, but the result was not knowa. Our in formation on this subject is scanty, but we E resume the above to be the facts. Citizens aving property below were suffering great anxiety yesterday, and were inquiring for boats to go down. Hemp hit Appeal, Wtdnet day. - Stiahboat Baiztjass in tb South. We learn from a gentleman from New Or leans that tie line of steamers plying be tween New Orleans and Galveston, Texad, known as the "Morgan Line," and owned by stockholders in the oily of New York, were seized by the military of the Crescent City last Sunday, and davoted for the present to the use of the Southern Confederacy. The "Geddes Line," plying between New Orleans and Mobile, and als owned at the North, it is also understood, will be seized and held Witt tbe wr '.; ter.MemphU Bulletin, A BlADT AMD AM IlDIPIDHr VotOM- tili Tb Littleton, (N. a.) Journal say that as Softtt aa tidings of th threatened at tack oa Washington reached that town, Mr, benjamin W. Killburn took down his rifle and started for the nation's capital to aid in it defense. He is (aid to be an excellent marksman, and anxious to cover a fighting Secasaiooist with tbe sight of bis gun. lie bears his own expenses in the service of hi country. A Tsasio AoTBas i R(At Lirs. Mias Henrietta Irving, well known as an actress in Buffalo, entered the room of J. Wilkes Booth, at Btanwix Hall, Albany, last Friday, andlattackedbim with a dirk, cutting his face badly. She did not, however, succeed in indicting mortal wound. Failing in this, she retired to her own room auT stabbed herself, not bad enough to "go dead." how ever. The cause u disappointed atfoctioa, or some little arTuir of that sort. - . , Fatal SnooTraa Arraiv Tsksbmjcs. A telegraphic dispatch state that- a serious rencounter haJustccnrred ia Knoxville, be tween Captain Wash. Morgan and two man named UougU and Hall. One of the latter two was ahot and Instantly killed, and the otner dasgeroaaly woundad. The difficulty, it is stattu, arose from a political dispute. - - The New York Herald and Southern Indignation. The Course of the Border Slave States. NUMBER III. Ia former article, occnslon wn taka to review the actio of the popular branah of the Kentuoky Leels'atnro daring it recent ilUng.' Resolutions were t tbat time adopted with, great unanimity, "advising and requesting" the President of the United State to pursue a course of pellcy which, If complied with, would have beea no more a or lea than a dereliction of sworn dnty, a cowardly surrender of governmental au thority, a wanton biirayal of a sacred trust reposed tn him by the people, the virtual recognition of a treasonable conspiracy as a legitimate and stieeeasful revolution and a death-blow at popular government for centuries to come. Subsequently, the requisition of tb President ppon the several B rates not in open and armed rebellion for aid In the maintenance of the Government, atrainst usurpation treason and active war, waa met by a flat refusal upon the part of the border (lav States, the Governor of most of them embodying in their replies rank insolence and unblushing falsehood, among whom no on stood forth more prom inently tban the Governor of our neighbor State. Kentucky. A a consistent sequel this Impudent disloyalty ou the part 'f, the 8tate' authoritative representative, armed bodies of men were permitted, Without Iotor hindrance, to march from her soil to join hands with those who (re waring again: the Government, u wolca s'ne i'.:1 claims to be a member. Again, throughout the Winter and to the present time, the Border slaves States Kentucky included have been and still are engaged actively, in sup plying tbe rebellions State with provisions; and when, in view of threatened invasion of the Noitb, and conquest of the Nation's Capitol, the truly loyal Statei proposed to cut off supplies which might reach the re bellious region, directly or indirectly; a bowl comes forth from these border slave States threatening retaliation and border collision I. When the people of this city manifested a determination no longer to supply with food those who were bent on our destruction, a delegation of intelligent and prominent gentlemen of Louisville made us a visit, and among: other matters, desired to know if we intended to deny food to Kentwky t Seme of our worthy citizens the mellow ness of whose hearts was only equaled by their credulity and weakness of back bone, seemed to think it a great hardship that Louisville should be permitted to tlarve, while within such easy reach of this great provision aepot ot tbe morln-west. Human ity overcame tbe dictates of war's stern necessities, and these kind-hearted, weak backed, fraternal citizens eavtd, under the pressure of tbe impending famine in the goodly city of Louisville. They were in favor of an immediate removal of tbe em bargo, and gave promise of it accordingly, which promise would doubtless have been fulfilled, had it not been for the emphatic protest which came forth the neeit day from a large and earnest meeting of sovereigns the cultivation of whose humanitarian sen sibilities had been sadly neglected Our loyal Kentucky friends and brethren returned to their famishing city. Scarcely had our relenting, lachrymose fellow-citizens time to wipe away their tears of compassion, when there (nneared in the Louisville nanera the report of a "close inventory" of provi sidns contained within the corporate bounds of that city, which had been taken in re sponse to apprehensive inquiries as to the probable consequences of tbe continued large shipments of m-ovisions toutkuard. The investigation broneht to liorht a fabulous number of barrels of flour, pork, casks of tmcon, ac., or w nose existence our worthy AJvuiBTiue Tieiiora were, or course, entirely ignorant while on their mission here. In view of this highly satisfactory development, taken in connection with the sunnoaed ann. cessful result of the Cincinnati fraternal mission,' the editor of said papers were of me opinion mat me citizens ol tnat loyal city might still go on serving as commissa ries in behalf of the Confederate rebel forces. - Tbatonr Kentucky friends may labor un der no misapprehension as to th views, reelings and purposes of those States that are truly loyal to the Government, the fol lowing reasons may be presented in justifica- iiou ui iiJGi uiunn, iu aiTMiiug transporta tion bevond tiie boundaries of those States tbat have given nnaiistakable evidences of loyalty; not only of implement ana muni tions of war, but provision! also f 1- Seven Btate nave been, for several months, in a state of armed rebellion against the Govern mentsetting at defiance its authority. 2. Since the 11th of April they have been waging an aggressive warfare upon (aid Government determined upon its over throw. 3. The President made a lawful and necessary requisition upon the several States in aid or it its preservation and maintenance, to which the border slave State responded by refusal, insult duplicity and false hood ; leaving to the free States alone, the honor and glory of cheerfully, heartily sustaining a Government whose fostering care and protection, they could only in tbat way honorably requite. 4. Kentucky is largely a stock raising, grain growing State. For months past she has been transmitting large quantities of provisions to tbe South. If, in ber eagerness to sustain those who are in arms for the avowed ouroose of over throwing that Government at whose hands she still claims protection, she ha exhausted not only her surplusage, but has brought herself into a condition of destitution and dependence, it is not ber misfortune, bnt her fault, for which she would deserve to suffer, aa b jubi penalty ior ner uisioyaity or un worthy avarice. If, on the other hand, ah demands food from those States upon whom she baa thrown tbe whole burden of this con testhaving plenty at home for her own want that she may sell it to those who are at war with us, thereby pocketing a handsome profit, we may, under the circumstances, de cline compliance, and safe! v hold ourselves exempt from merited censure. it toe border Slav elates are de termined to try the experiment of a con tinuance in tbeir assumed position of alleged neutrality armed or otherwise; while tbe free State are waring against formidable treason, pouring out blood and treasure in defense of tbe Government and the Union, battling for tbe heritage of freedom in behalf of future generations, aacrificinar their ma terial interests without stint or limit, upon th altar of their country ; they, the Border Slav State, already bankrupt in loyalty, must expect to share, in some degree, the consequence of the damnable cruaade now being waged against the best Government the world ever saw, and whose only fault ha been a too great indulgence, in time past, of those who are carrying on this cru se de. If, while tbe brave and loyal people of the uncorrupted free State are rushing to the standard of tbeir country, willing and eager to plunge into tbe hottest of tbe battle in behalf of so righteous a cause, let come w hat will; tbey, tbe people of tbe Border slave States, are determined to "stand out in tbe cold." then let them suffer it rigors, and the difference between burning and freezing may not prove very great after ail. The next article will discuss the proposi tion as to whether Kentucky U for or against F. R. Reaction of Secession in Virginia. The Aatiytal Intelligencer has received a letter from a gentleman of standing, resid ing in Jefferson County, Ya, which says: Th civil war Is doing it work here. A body of troop is stationed here, and they would starve were it not for taking by force everything they consume, and paying for it wiui vuguiia bwvk, worm irom tony r forty-three cent on the dollar. Sora0(our farmer are not planting moreecia than will office for their own cousuicption; some are giving up land they leased to be cultivated in corn, for the reason that they do not wish to make crops to be seized in this way. If fifty soldier could be quartered, noon tbwe terms, upon every district in tie'Commoa wealth, she would vote down the Secession Ordinance by a large majority. Tea days age I did not know that a single individual in this end of our country would vote against it besides myself. I ana low perfectly satisfied tbat tbe people of the two district tbat vote here wiil vote against it by a decisive majority, and I believe the vote of our county wiil be against it; and I am enured by gentlemen of the neighboring county of Berkeley that it will go against Secession by an overwhelming majority. Some of our people wish to join the Western Virginia Common iveultii, if the people of the old Commonwealth sustain tbe Secession or dinance. Tbe question has just been started here in tbe valley, aud it subsequent dis cussion and decUion will depend npea the above contingency. Business of all kinds is uspeuded, and, as Is usual ia all auch cases, there is great privation and suffering among the poor, - Yolchtiibs, zuMsia Tai. To rub common bard soap into the threads of stock ings, before putting them oa for a long march, is recommended as a preventive to tli ordinary footaorenees and blistaring which occur to those not used, to Uaveling. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Excitement St. Louis—Several Thousand Stand of Arms Taken from the Secessionists There. [Special Dispatch to the Daily Press.] St,-"Lc!, May 19. Several thouw'jj stanl of arms, brought up tha rivet yester day for the Secessionists, were taken out to Camp Jackson, where one thousand two hundred State troep are enoamped, were captured this afternoon with teelve or fifteen piece of ordnance, by three thous and United " States troop, who sur rounded them, a-jd gave them fifteen minute to surrender at discretion, which tbey did. All of them were deprived of their arms, and are now manning to the arsenal. It was two mile from the river to the camp. ' There 'u immense multi tude, and 9f urse, great excitement. J WAR MOVEMENTS. Negro Insurrection in Owen and Gallatin Counties, Kentucky—The Insurgents led by Two or Three White Citizens of Kentucky —The Government Well Supplied with Soldiers, over Three hundred Thousand Having Answered to the Proclamation of the President—The Secessionist at Harper's Ferry Illy Provided With Arms— A Battle to be FOUGHT between Richmond and Washington in Ten Days—Scarcity and High Price of Provisions in Charleston Richmond—Virginia and North Carolina Bonds Worth Cents on the Dollar—The Ohio Troops Ordered to Zanesville, of Louisville Vetoes the Bill Appropriating $200,000 to Arm the City—Major Rhett, of S. C., Secedes from his Commission as Paymaster in the Army, Leaving $40,000 for—Highly Important from St. Louis—Captain Lyon, of the united States Louis—Captain Lyon, of the united States Troops, Captures Twelve Hundred Secessionists. and Takes them into Camp as Prisoners of War—Attempt to Mob the Volunteers —Twenty Persons, including Two Women, Killed—Doings of the Montgomery Congress—Favorable Reports Received There from Kentucky and Missouri—Capture of More Prizes—The Baltimore Steam- of More Prizes—The Baltimore Steam-Gun in the Hands of the Federal Troops. Butmo Sea, Ind., Hay 10. Tbe reporter at Patriot, Ind., telegraphs that he has been called upon to aid in quelling a negro insur rection which broke out last night in Owen and Gallatin Counties, Ky. Great fears are felt, as it is supposed that the negroes are led on by two or three white citizens of Ken tucky. Tbe people are gathering all their forces to put down the rebellion, and run ners have been sent into Indiana for assist ance. Captain Fells, of this place, who has a company ready for our own State service, has telegraphed that he would immediately send his men and arms to their assistance if needed. The line be been down all the morning between Patriot and Vevay, so that we are without any news from the latter place. It is supposed the line has been cut by the insurgents to prevent tbe transmission of the news of the insurrection. Wasbixqtok, May 10. Tbe States of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois will be subdivided into several military departments, called the De partment of the Ohio. General McClellan, of Ohio, is asssigned to the command. - Tbe President has issued an order that all army officers, except those that entered the service since April 1, shall take and sub scribe anew the oath of allegiance. At least three hundred thousand volunteers have tendered their services to the Govern ment A large train of cars arrived this morning, with troops who passed uninterrupted through Baltimore. , Hahhibbcro, April 10. A letter has been received from an officer at Harper's Ferry, saving tbat the troops there are provided with inferior arms and are badly provisioned; tbinks tbeir chance of success in a conflict with the Federal troops ia very bad, and thinks aa attack by any thing like aa ade quate force would prove successful. The writer is aa officer of skill and twenty years' seivice. A confident expectation prevails la high circle tbat a battle will be fought between Richmond and Washington in tea day. Tbkktob, N. J., Hay 10. The Legislature fiassed the $2,008,000 loan bill; also author zed tbe Governor to raise and equip four regiments, purchase ten thousand stand of arms, and pledging the entire resource of tbe State to quelling the rebellion. Dxtboit, Hay 10. The Military and Vol unteer Relief Bills have passed both bouses of tbe Legislature by an unanimous vote. Tbe former provides for ten regiments to be enrolled, as directed by the Governor, and transferred at the President's order into the Federal service. The latter provide for raising funds by committee for the relief of tbe families of tbe volunteers. Tbe war loan bill, providing $1,000,000 by tbe issue of bonds running twenty- five years, drawing seven per cent interest, also passed without a dissenting voice. The Legislature adjourns to-morrow noon. New York, May 10. Dispatches from Charleston say butter is selling at seventy five cents per pound. No bams or bacon m market, and cattle suffering for hay. It is said Southern troops are better pro vided with knives, dirks and revolvers tban Northern troops, and feel confident of suc cess. Troops at Richmond have not been paid. Flour is $10 per barrel, and pork $50 per barrel. Virginia and Carolina bonds are worth tweuty cent on tbe dollar. Tbe Baltimore Sun tbi morning counsel tbe State to remain loyaL Tbe World dispatch says the main block ading force will be stationed in the Gulf, another portion off Georgia, and a third off Virginia and tbe Carolina. Colonel Fountleroy has resigned. Tbe Ohio troops are ordered to Zaneeville, opposite Wheeling. Lodisvillx, Hay 10. The Mayor's veto of the appropriation of $200,000 to arm the city Ib snstained by tbe Council. The Mayor lay $100,000 i sufficient The Council has ap propriated $10,000 for the relief of the poor. WAsniRarov, May 10. Major Rhett, of South Carolina, Paymaster in the Army, ha seceded from tbe Federal Government, leav ing a balance of $40,000 asrainst him unad justed. Lewis Cliphaneof the National Re publican, ha been appointed Postmaster of the City or wasnington. Harhibbobo. Hay 10. Troops from New York City will hereafter pass through this place, arriving by the East Jersey Road, and going to Baltimore over the Northern Cen tral Railroad. They can reach Washington quicker and cheaper than by the AnaapolU route. Application ha been made by private parties of the Eastern Statee to Governor Curtin to permit bodies of armed free blacks to pas through Pennsylvania. They met with unconditional refusal, and great satis faction ia Expressed her at the Governor's I'cision. Their intentions were to arouse the slaves of the Southern State to rebel lion. . Ab-bafolk, Hay 10. At midnight last night a (quad of about -fifty mounted in surgent fired on th picket guard at Camp Butler, across th Severn River. The gu ard returned the fire. About twenty shot were exchanged. Tskbs Haste, May 10. Eight companies of volunteer arrived here this morulog to organize Camp Vigo. Other companie will arrive to-morrow. The city ia alive with soldier. . , Ft. Loots, May 10. General Frost's brigade of Missouri militia, encamped at Camp Jack son, in the Bee tern outskirts of tbe city, surrendered unconditionally this afternoon, on demand of Giptain Lyon, eommander of the United States force in this city. Captain Lyon marched oa Camp Jackson with some six thousand volunteeis, surrounded it, and and planted eight hold-piece oa the adjoin ing eminence. - The following letter wa wot from Captain Lyon to General Frost "HEAD-QUARTERS U. S. TROOPS. ST. LOUIS May 10. " To General D. M. FrottSiri Your command is regarded as evidently hostile toward the Government J tbe U niled State. It ia for th moat part mad up of those Secessionist who have openly avowed their hostility to th General Government, and have been plotting at the seizure of it property aaa tbe overthrow of it authority. You are openly in communication with th to called poutbera Vtttfv4ic7i Which is now ia war with the United 8tte, and you era receiving at yonr camp, from said Con feeraey and under It Bag, large supplies of Kuitenal of war, the most of which is known to be the property of the United States. f he extraordinary preparations plainly indicate or other tbaa tb well-known Surpose of the Governor of this State, un- VtioM orders you at acting, and whose t-'etpose, recently communicated to the Leg islature, nas just been responded to ty tnat body in the most unparalleled legislation, having ia direct view hostilities to the Gen eral Government and co-operation with its enffnie. In view of these considerations and your failure to disperse In obedience to the proclamation of the President, and of eminent necessity, state policy and welfare, and obligations imposed upon me by In structions from Washington, it Is my duty to demand, sad I do hereby demand of you an ioiaiediate urrenderot your command, With no other condition tban that all per sons surrendering under this demand snail be humanely and kindly treated. Believing myself prepared to enforce this demand, one bait' hour's time before doing so will be al "N. LYON. "Captain of Second Infantry, Commanding Troops." It is understood that General Frost says this letter Was not received by him until his camp was surrounded by the United States troops. He then replied that the encamp ment was organized under the law of tbe State, simply for organizing and drilling the volunteer militia. This military district not expecting any demonstration, w unpre pared to successfully resist attack;. He therefore accepted tbe terms specified ai surrendered bis command about eight hun dred men then la camp, a large number being in the city on tear, then laid down their, arms and were escorted to the C:t prisoners of war. A release on parole was tendered the of ficers and troops, provided they would take oath not to take up arm again against the United States Government, which tbey de clined, on the ground that it implied that tbey had already taken np arms against the Government, which they disclaimed. Just before tbe troops started for the city, and while the State forces were drawn up be tween two line of the volunteers, several rocks were thrown at the volunteers, and a few pistol-shots fired by excited parties In tbe surrounding crowd, which was composed of a large number of citizens, including many women. . One shot took effect in the leg of Captain Blanlowsky, and as he fell he gave the word to fire, which was obeyed by some two or three companies, resulting in the death of upwards ef twenty persons, including two women and several children, and wounding several others. The following names only of those killed ran be ascertained to-night: Walter McDow ell, Thos. A. Haren, Nicholas Knoblach, and Emily Summers. Probably fatally wounded Claiborne Wil son and Truman Wright Intense excitement exists in the city. Large . bodies of men are thronging the stieets. Tbe Dtmocrai and Autieger offices have been threatened by tbe mob, but through the promptness of the Chief of Police,' any violent demonstration thus far has been prevented. All tbe gun-shops in the city are guarded by armed police,- and about two hundred men have been detailed to protect the Democrat and Amieger offices. Tbe lateness of the hour precludes the pos sibility of getting more reliable infermation to-nignt Nxw Ori-ians, Hay 10. Tbe schooner Vtrot'nt'a Antoinette, from Tampico on the 3d, brings $30,000 iu specie. The British war steamer Valor out sailed thence for Vera Cruz with $400,000 in specie Political news unimportant Montoomsrt, Ala May 9. In Congress, to day, nothing was done in public session. In secret session an act was passed to raise additional troops to serve during tbe war. It authorizes the President to accept the services of volunteers without regard to place of enlistment Another act made public authorizes the Postmaster-General to issue a proclamation any day he may select, taking entire charge of postal matters in the Confederate States. Reliable information received in official cir cles says that - more States wiil be in the Confederacy early in June. Clingman is here from North Carolina. Favorable advices are received from Ken tucky and Missouri. Russell,' ib correspondent of tbe London Timet, left last night fully convinced ot the permanency and military resources of tbe Government of tbe Confederate States. Annapolis, Hay 10. A steamer arrived from Fort Monroe reports tbe capture of several prises. On board of one was found au Ex- Lieutenant in the United States Navy. Baltimohb, Hay 10. The celebrated steam gun and three men were captured while going to Harper's Ferry to-day. One of tbe men was Dickinson, the inventor. They were sent to Annapolis. A special correspondent at Fredericksburg says that the Western train was stopped ten miles west of Fredeaick, by the commander of the Virginia troops at that place, and subjected to examination. This will be done to all Westward-bound trains. The Vir ginians number four hundred, and are strongly posted. A train of Western cars with a lot of horses and one hundred beeves, bound to Baltimore, was captured at Har per's Ferry. NbwYoei, May 10. The Herald" New Orleans dispatch of the 9tb, says that Texas troops had left Victoria to intercept Colonel Reeves' command, six hundred strong, above San Antonio. Captain Lee's Company, eighth infantry, bad surrendered at San An te io. Colonel Waite, successor to General Twiggs, is a prisoner of war. The Belgian Consul has denied the statement that he had made arrangements with the Confederate States to supply them with arms from Bel gium. Tbe channel at the entrance of Pen sacola is obstructed by sunken vessels, to pre vent tbe entrance of war vessels. The Secession Doings of the Governer of Missouri Growing Apparent. Tbe St Louis Democrat says: The Republican professes to have tbe con fidence of Governor Jackson, and is continu ally reiterating hi pacific intention. He design only to arm the State for defensive purposes. Hi "armed neutrality" mean nothing of a nature hostile to tbe General Government He is desirous of consulting with th Governor of Kansas, Iowa and Illi nois, for the purpose of preserving peace and good- feeling along the borders of the contig uous States. All this and more of the same kind the Republican has lately been Baying and promising of Governor Jackson. W have never believed a word of it, nor do we believe the intelligent publio have been lulled into any fancied securitey by it Clai borne Fox Jackson is Lb full name, as ren dered by Colonel Benton. " Fox " is the word. A sly and unscrupulous man is our Governor, and he must be watched with hawk eyes. His designs may be inferred from the following, which we clip from the Atlanta Commonwealth of the 3d iust. I "A messenger from Governor Jackson, of Missouri, to President Davis at Montgomery, paosed through Atlanta this forenoon.or the purpote of lolicitiag aid in taking th Arienal at 5r. Louie." This looks very much like armed neutrality for defensive purpose. Front the same pa per we take the following : "Cannon from Fort Sumter passed through Atlanta to day, on their way to Memphis, Tenn. Final dettination not known to us. Tbey are grim-looking monsters." This i the game. These cannon are de signed for Missouri. If they ever get here, we shall find fault with the vigilance of Bea Prentiss, of Cairo. Let our citizens be no lonirer honevfuirled with this talk about tbe pacific intentions of Governor Jackson and bis squad of Seces sionist. They mean secession, ana tnat to be brought about by the most violent and revolutionary mean. - Throughout the State Union men of all classes of politic are be ing persecuted and driven away from their nomes. i Two intelligent Douela Democrat from Benton County, were ia the city yesterday, who had been driven from thnir 'forms and moiiUv tor the exDreasien of their devotion to the Union, the only thing that will noia in era ib obeca bare la ot horn I the , ....; i .. i,i . it;.j c .... e -i, . a - Barrack, and la the armories of tbe gallant Home Guilds of this city. The Secession force encamped in this city at LindeU's Grove, are not at all threatening or danger ous now, but they will soon be re-enforoed from the interior. How far they may be permitted to proceed in tkeir folly and wick edness is a queation for th calm and careful consideration of all good and true Vuioa rnen. Hbavt Suit Aoaikvt a Railway Cob riav. A suit has been brought la the Lafayette (Mo.) Circuit Court, by Job a M. WUiier and J. P. Wheeler against the Lex ington and St. Louis Railroad Company, to reouiv $333,000 fur labor, materials and damage tor tn non-iulmlment or th con tti tvt build thU raUroi.1. HOME INTEREST. , i. - ef Tni tA'U t "n Oats a ;.' BS-UloMla tBTfc irh-,"l a. Htr. B"W Leave rear orrir fur ( DAitv PaaM at th OonntlnR-riwm. Only Tva Cat a Weak, j - A. a. Bvsvsa, DhMka, Watoka aa JVwvrrTi ee. St and tn Ognt.l-wm r Kw ) the time to anbtcrlb tor th Dii,t Pbmk, All th aewa of th ear to be fouait la th Patra, tor only Ta 0ti a WMk. V The llaht ttHya fnonld be nvrf"i by those nrko want ood PIcturM. It ti artlenlarly favore bla for Ursa ronre. Go to J. P. Ball's, No. to West Fonrth-at , over la Bonttlllnr'o. Bear Bam, a laoni Ponoaa who have not yet veaitod tha extenair Plotora Oallorr of Ball a Thomas, acrth aid at Fourth at , oaa af aaoe, alionld do to, aa It la ope to tha publio. It la ika, laoo, fall olhara, frr troth (ill and artlatta Pic. tnrea. MARRIED. ASDIB80N-BAtbET.-Br . t. h Mdien. r-n. ion West Oonrl-at., Sir. Ueorge Andor. Son ni itlaa boola St Ballsy. . TirOMPSOW-McrHRRSOS.-By tha' K-t. D. Pbrraidaua, ho 109 Welt O art at, Br, William Tnompeoa and Ml Jaoa McPhnraoa. ,. , BDRHI-OOBTBLIO Oa Wodneadxy, May S, hr the Moat iev ArchbLhon Pnrcoll, M.j'jr J'taah W. Bark, U 8 A , to Miea Kat Ooatello, of Muiw Batrla, Bear CloionaU. HALli WARBICK-Io Flmlnbr;. y the rooming of Mar t, t the reaiilao o Mra linci Bishop, by Rider P B. Wlloa John P. Hall. 8m of Olaclnnati, and Mirn Kll B. Werrokl jj,! Infmhor. Ky. tUBOKNT lABKlH-On May a, by bt. 1 Oral, Mr John W. 8rtat to Mlaa I tana Lax kln, all of Follclty, Ulermant County, Ohio. OAl'LT-SAXTON-At WVbJngton. Ohio, on April 2ft, by T T Gardner, Kaq , Mr laaao (Unit Alias Margaret At. S.xton, all of that ooBoty. iyvr.v-AljL,K:N-At WaahlnatoB, Ohio, on Awll by K.T. t,J".? ."!: Ho,r irdr d 21 1. Alloa, both afihat pl.c. WedOiM na Sard, VtatkiBarr and Knvalope, vw ' oairuni a nut i ri, (BooeeaaontoH. H. Shipley a Bro., 'A' Wfm p-oorth-MeMC MILITARY NOTICES. WA t II ATVCR VilM 4f'TI V tV miff to w. KHNTrCKV bKuIHRNT-ThmA wl.l.in tn err) under tu salUnt Hero of Fort Bumtor, I will nke inimpdt&to ftpplictUinn at th Heftd- OTllkTtftro Of Anrtrrnn ftiiarciM Riiam 51 aao.mrl floor of BhorfiBuiUing, eror fourth and Kim mona-iiTMM. myio BuidvatkuTbikd Brio. 1st Piv.O V M., d Brio. lwnir.O V M., 1 Cincinnati, Mar 7, 1NM. f MFlfcU KI,KOrott4 OF W THE OTTAI.l th AndT John nun Uuiirdtj. trm horahv onlfrofl totnwt In thlr Arm ury on BATU RDAT, th iflthdayof May, 1861, and proof i to alact, by mllot, on Captain, one first and Second llu te ant. and ona Knainn for tald Onninanr Adjutant (General O. V. M. I Irnitanaht.Oolondl A. K Junk. Ccmmaodioc 34 Briad, m Di. O. V If. my.rt.J Bbad-qvartkm 3d Br.ina.nx 1st Dir., O V. U ,1 uncmnATi, aiay , lorn. - ITTP R OTTAl.lP'f Rn RI RffTisRC eTkP jaKBon Arinieiy, mi me annua oi tna lierve, are hereby ordered to meet at their Aimorr. on W f-DN 880 AT. tha Ifith da of oue Lltilenant for Raid Oomnanv. by oruer ijib,u j . ;jsn a. h. junmn, my7-j Com. Third Brig First Dir. O. V. H. PTUKAl.QlAHTEh8 FOR 1UK K.K PAIB 0T STATE ARMS. GUNS AND PISTOLS REPAIRED AT EVEKS'S VARIETY WORKS, ft24-X 64 WK9T FOURTH-STREET. SPECIAL NOTICES. p-aAKTISTJ4 PHOTOGRAPH OAl feKTV JLKRi, 106 Fourth-ate f faotofraaha, both plain and painted Id oil. jyio-Ki BaruB wbhbkb. f alPRINfl GROVE. ALL PBR IBKA BON 8 having the remains of relatives or li ttid In tha lieoeivjng Vault, at Spring Ornra Cemetery, are requested to attend to their burial 'tnnt aeiaj iff oraer oi tne uoara ol Director. mylOo CVHU8 DAVKNPOBT, Beoretary. ft-s FHIIAI,B PHYMCUN. -MRS, K2V tl Ni, M D , offers her serrteat as Phy tic la n ana Acconcnenr rtt tents boarded. It re qnred. Besidece, 89 Wade st., between John Mad Ontter. mylu MAD A 1MB LA MAK. (4TAR OP AatrntotTT. tiiairrorant. Trim Hnlrit Via. Wain tit. The tout sr. old. rlrh. nnnr. all ah nit Id uiiint. Is at SI SeTenth.at.. betwean Mala and consult this ta'entxT lady on the fumra. Satisfao tloa guaranteed for prtico?ars see small billi, - iroyiu-c-j tPrSNOTICB. -HAVING BBBN sOi called inte active service fur the wa-, I hare this day closed my connection with the Mad ison uouse. j ne noiei win naoiesxi tor re patra. My ciedltors will preeant their claims for adimt ment to Mr. John W. Garrison, at tha Madisn. Mr. O. la also auth' Heed to collet and receipt for claims due me. myll-aM F. P CAillUU. B. OFFICK CINCINNATI EQUITA IKA BLK INSUAtANOB OOM PA N Yl At the abDUAt meeting of this C Jmpany, held on the 6th of May, the fallowing persona were elected Directors for the ensuing year; jsrjiuu lariur. nirt n. sarerjTee. R K Sptinger, J. W Oar, ft Mi, . Georsra Carlisle Charles Andreas. 8 S Smith, B Matlaok, John WbeUtona, Joseph Jone. - John A. Htmps- n, D K. Oady. The Boaid waa orffi.alaf b th nr.tinn nFRrift1 Taylor, President; Jos. K. Smith, Treasurer and Pecretary; T. T. Keckler, Assistant Secretary, and Jts Jones Surveyor. JOS. K. SMITH, 8ic'y. Jibciubau, nay w, myio-j f-Y. 11. M. L. ASSOCIATION. -Tha Booms of tha Association will be cloetd, lor renovation, from tha 15th to 1 ho Ut of May. Tha circulation of Books will be suspended from the 9ih to the Slst of Alay, for tha annual exam in a tion of the Library. All ppraors having or knowing of Books belong ing to the Association are requested to hare them returned as soon as possible after the 9th mt May, oj oruer oi me poara myS C 8 HOLMKS, Use Beo'y. MA X A. MIC AL W HINT. BSALIi PERSONS WISHING TO K" know their futnre Broepents can hare 1 Lein correctly stated by MADAMC AUWlN, at la) I RJat Sixth-et , between Mala and Sycamore, whore she may be consulted on all matters concerning love, marritge, courtship, law-matters and busineaa affairs, and wiil tell the name of tha ladr or gentle man they will marry ; also, the nana of hr visitors. imy7-T- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Regimental and National BILK, WORSTED AND COTTON FLAGS. Had Ib tha boat maanar, at abort aotloa. JOHN SHILLITO&CO., 101, 103 and 105 mll-r WEST FOVBTH.8T. ANOTHER SILK BANNER, PAIJITKO-BT A. H. HintlBU, ON .exhibition TO DAT. at Mo. tit Wat rhird- at. Call au ae It. aarll-a' JOHN KL.L1SON & CO., tO. MAIN-8TBIIT, CINCINNATI, OHIO, (SuKaaaon to Watkla. fra. A Oa.) MATING PTJRCUASKO TUB IRON bAOUSl. Veuud.ra aud ilsnhlna-ahna. -ill CfHiticue tba bnaiaaaa at Hi. old acaud, la ail of Ita br.ucbea, wbara w. will ba hapnr to m tha frtnnda nu pavniBtf oi old aoua., and auppiv ID.OI OB ill. Hni Ithartkl tMrnaa aa hAi-Mt..fir k.n rm baud a full aaaortniratof iron.Bte.1, Nalla. Springa, Alloa, Not, Waabara, tJariias.-bolta, Hamaiara, Anvila. Blackatuitb'a Toola, flli, Uaapa, ew. Alao, aiw uikiiiii diihn uivn huh cuKr-waa i uf appa ratus, Oora Bad Oob-milla, Asricaltural Steam boiltKB, Tf'iu Ibiunb Milla, Kitchen Alilla, S'arol aud Cbureh Bella. Alao, CaMtnga of T.r deaorip tlon, to order. nirll-deod CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO AIR-LINE RAILROAD! OPENED FOR BUSINESS MAY 13, 1861. TnRoron distance aso miibh. Cortr-two Mtlea Shorter tbaa bf aur other Vouta-HLAJaritia CABS OH ALL KIOUI fkAIMS. Pawer-ter Trains leav Olnolnnatl, Hamilton and Dayton Onaot at TiUO A. If . and 5i3j P. M , and run through to ohkaco without oriaasa or Paaaeu. ger or iiufgag Can, ia Wm tint taaa lr aa other route. For Information and Through Ticket, applr at me omcee, aouia-eaat oornar oi aroni aaa jsroea wart woat aide of Viu-at.a betWMn the Poelodi-) aud the Burnet Uonae; Mo. 5 But Third at.; and at Biath-at. lxput and 1S9 Walnat-at. Vreiabt Traiua loafe Ciuclauatl at 8 P. If .and vundiiectlj through to Chicago without roblliluf eaaueuipuiBui. JUUN BBAWrrT.fr., fiopertnUndent. 0BABLI8 K. rVIiLKI, (ieuorat Iwltet Ag.ut, Blclini nd. Innlana. B. V,- t'HAl'Si AM. Uaneral Freight Aaant, 139 vai t i-ci., v-iri!inuat, Ulilu. luyll uric chiv or polio, t POLIO I, I ar Iti. 11. UBIVKUA PHOPOBAI.MWII.I.11K UBCBIVKOAT irla oUice uutil the LfttU inat for nirulahiu the M irla oUice uutil Hie loth mat lor ruruleutog the PolicoSuroeol l)m city with Unilorm Ooata, inooa ftiiojlty with ttr i luitauce of the City Oouucll, aud aiao for fuinUhiu the force with Oapa, arcrduig joui . KuiihgV, arH ' ' Chief uf Polioe. 1)AlfvlfeH'f LOTION Iti IMHANA- M- swTl'N. Fuuutaiu Uounty, lodtaua, M. lH61.-K'lltor of ludianaaoiis Journal I llatV aawn i(l ttaJa JoIirHK.1 SUMUtilllt of tlia WOUiil udarfol cures efUotetf by Palmer's Vegetable UoauLetlo Lo lit ib, 1 kaaa Lhou artUi.taail witb a akla illMaae OC mv ankua fur Dttarlr three sears. I have tried every thing 1 could near of, Wiihuut ftuy beaeAa, 8lus tuur aooouat of the Xotion, 1 went to At tica, aul half a butUe waa all I eould gut. It di4 me an .'i good than any thlug 1 ever tried. I have tout to Oovlugtoii, CrawfordTill aud other alaueef aud can Aud aoie. I Vel assured that If I bad two or thiee bolt Us, a our wwuid be tfot4. Will you please titoert In yutir next ieus of tha Journal tUa tema or ua aigfet ttao aeeas h in iniiiauasouS) aitd obiUa oae ul our aiflioiea snbeoribers P. X. MuK.INfirKTt Fieaartdonly by 80LOH PALM KB, 36 Wast fuii-tu st , Cuiulnnatt. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS look out;. -FOB TH1 ' c 'MOBROW, ;' S'Viidtiy, May la. IT WILL BE DELIVERED BT OABRXERSl AND BOLD BT ' X 3NT F XX 33 TO II IBStTBD ON MONDAY, THE) U. S. VOLUNTEER, anao-... ' ; A Book of Instructions, . . VOB ; , OFFICKH8and80LDIKUS, OomarialD the Principle of ' AIMING AND TARGET PRACTICE, Form of Droat Parade, Datlea of Onard and Senti Beli, Inapection with Mod of Slinging Knapjacka, mnater, Begulatlona for Uniform and Dress of th Army, Manner of Bacrnltln, DaaorlptloB of th ABMT BATION, CAMP EQDIPAOB, Ac, i! Compiled from STAKDARO WORKt OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT, To which la added the BTJLES AND ABTI0LES OF WAR, AKB A , Manual for Colt's EeTolvlngEIfle, Bf Lieutenant P. T. SWAINE, V. 8. A. nIO b Attention, Newsboys ! CALL AT TBE COUNTING-ROOM AND BUT TICKETS FOB SUNDAY'S PRESS! BURNETT'S , STANDARD PREPARATIONS THESE TEBT CHOICE GOODS i C0C0AINE for the HAIR, KALLISTON for tha COMPLEXION, TOOTH-WASH for the TEETH, FLCRIMEL for the HANDKERCHIEF , AMD THE SUPERIOR FLWORIXG EXTRACTS, TO BE CBED IU OOOKINO, Have no Bival for the Pnrpoias for wnicn they sir intended. Ladles villi aae la their Famine only the after havlaaT mad trial af tbeaa. aT For sale at Wholesale, la Olnolnnatl, bf B BOANLAN 4CO ; BOIBB, IOK8TKIN A CO.; J. A O. KKAK1BT; AIiuaN A CO.; B. M AO. RKADT; BIIUH8AL A BKO.; K. 8, EMKBSOMt OKO. II. DIXON : and at Koteli r all I)raiata. Ifelo-oaaAWl Shawls, Mantillas, Dusters, . . Laoe Points, CITIKTIILT M1STILL1P, In all th neweat deelgna, for sale at WAS PRICES for cash. Order. (althfuUr eiaeuted. J. A. DEVOU, (Soocaaaor to Dovoa A ttockwood,) mrlO-ctdp 83 Pearl at , Ulnclnaatl. Kew Dress Trimmings. Straw Bonnets, Bonnet Slbbons. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, Just received from late New Tork aaotlons, at a net aacrioo. J. A. DEVOU, (Sucoeaaor to Devon A Bookwood,) m;10-c3d 83 Parl-at Cincinnati. Attention, Newsboys I CALL AT TBB COCNTING-ttOOM AND BCT TICKETS FOB SUNDAY'S PRESS! : THE XNTELOP UNION BANNER AND NOTB-PAPEIl. BBAUTllfDLLY VBINIKO IU OObOAS, ' Ordera from th ooantrv ooliofte. Bames sent 1)7 mail oa the recti j oi three puataae-atauipa. JAMB3 OAl'aii. mr-o - 8. 1, oor. Fourth aud Hammond ate. Coke for Sale at 3 Cts. per Bush, THE FBP.HKNT STACK OF CORE AT the Oaa Worka will beaold at S oenta aer buah , deliverable la tb 7 ard. or delivered Wilkin out lull, ol ah Worka, at t oeau aer buahel, Arclr at th Voavveor' Olhce, m West Third Streei r7-( AHHItJNKK'H KAI.B-OF T-UTIBKB aw-miil. ataohiaerr, Horaea, Wagoua and other pereouat fropertr, aud the leajehold sreaiiaoa coanected with the aaw-iuill of Kichurd Aahcraft. Purauant to aa order of the Probate Court of Uatn. Iltoa Oountr, Ohio, I will, oa MONDAY, th aoth dr of Mar, lbol, offer at pohlic auction on the pianiiaee ki.own a "A-horrt'a Bteiiin Sftw-mill,' tituated oa the aouth aide of rroat-a., weat of tha Miami CauaL in the city of Oiaciouail, all the Iq tercat ot eaid Stichard Aahcraft in the leasehold nrtiuert dewflbed ln the deod of aaaisurueut (itrfireuoe beins here made to aaid dend oa Ble la euul (Jourt for more prtluular doeotiulloa); alao, the ateam eaw-mlll thnreou, and ell the machinery, eD!nee, boilers, ahaltioa, puliera. beltios and ap purUineucea thareiui aud alao all the lameer In eud about aald Bill! and on said pretuteee; alao, tbe oblce aud tebl.oa aeid premia, aud all other peraoual propel ty reuialniu una luoludina horaea, luu. ber. wasona, Ao. Terma For all ale.of 160 aud uiidor. cah: fur all aalea over Sou aud not over Sluv, a oredlt ot thirty daya, and f r all aalea over Si 00, a credit of alaty dayaj Bete, of purchasers to be tekea With approved eeourlty. hi order of Vuurt, aald letutfbold premlaea will be aold eroerately from tbe ruat of the property, and aleo aald mill machinery, Ao , eeprtely or toaelhar, aa aeid eaetSbee Iu hie diacretion niay do.ru Wit. Aler,ieuatujrof Lojia. bar uf diOeroul kluda will be aold" AOBIBT O. AHHOBAfT, Aeaitinee of JMthaid Aaboraft. Done A ItprrON, Alt janeya. luya-J rtlAPI K IUJ AND MOLAHaMtS AT ill COLllB 8, all au. a-tl ala.u at. tuyll VAtVnB l"INKri'l.h(t, PUACIIICl, jV eeeoited Irearve4 aud Jelllea, Pickled Ore Itera, tlanton Oluacr aad Bllncenieet.all In s1.. Newsboys NEW ADVERTISEMENTS GROlrEIl & BAKER'S BBITBD NOtSBLflIB SEWING LIACnillE PRICB.. TH 13 OOSSFAlyT Is tb onlr ao that manafaetona th Sonble-lock and Shattla-atitoh Sewing liTacliincs I Ko.58est'Fourth-st. fapll-tftp) " Attention - Kewsbojsl CALL AT Till! COUNTING-BOO l AND BUT TICKETS' FOB SUNDAY'S PRESS! r light for the Million. V WTtf ATT W A VASBB m. , . . , J. WW S Jt t IF If L,l JHT .IJ..Ior.r:i,r..r?rtTu'pnVe,., irrt ,k. . : " : ,' ntininoM or coal oll, Ita arnell. yvmmin oi euimneya. Jjet ua hall arita gladne- a the Htrodnction of DB. GBEENB'S OAS 11MP. ' Hfe, d m WM M s wlrht lamp, or Jul : iffh? S od ent ad bo.ir. It mar tm mi - BirtBji, vaen i (a aud BtiUi. Bcr.d A rnt nrf m trnf. Bdl FLUID A A eartt. . 1fA. UHB U. MAUDONALD. Agant frr tli Wmt nl 8-with. SI.l',SF7i0",,P.RlCBS NGE FROM BUNIIM WLAUH, of all !!, made to order (JtliO If. ..ll?V'?0rI.',y "ySCIN TLAOS.S foet long, 3l 12J!iAAf lii ".f,"', 10; . '. PRINTID FLAGS, of all aliea, wholoaal aad Fleld-pleooi for flags) riass ent ont; Tbvf- LTOOtBT BRO., p .' Wholesale Manofar.tnrara, ' 164 Vine-street. ai9S lyilLITARYGOODS! BABUkB. blLt and B K A ss Birr rv s. Vfrl' to.,at . JOUS BJNIB'8. NO. 36 WEST FIFTH-STREET, aplS-B Olntlonatl, Ohio.' OEwiriG siLirsi MACHINE TWIST, ' NEEDLES, OIX, ' -' SltlTTTLES, ETO. EMBBOTDIBT B 1 1 K, 8 A D D LI R 8', TB AM, aAAuai, orwii oii,ai UUTTUM Aru - : ' LIU KM TUBBAO. MP Bewlnf -machine Agenta aupplied with every kind of Twist and Need lea, direct from tb mana turari, by J. H, JOUTET, t Weat Fourth-et., np stairs, Olnolnnatl. lmh23;m WAR OUTFITS. India-rubber Oamp-blstnkete), ' HATBB8A0KS,KHAPBA0BB DBIMKISa-OOPS, TraTline;-bgi, Gna-coTer, BUCKETS FOR ARTILLERY AND CAMP, WAGON- CDVERS, tC, tC. AH the abnra were need extenetvele In the iTvl. can War, with great success. Comptnles or Individ uala furnished at tbe lowest manufactuera prices. BABT 6c BICKOX, India-rubber Depot, 40 Weat Vonrthat , ! my1-l2dp One door weat from Walnut. SHIRTS! PBBFEOTFITTINO BBXRT0, AT TBS BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY, La. Heppnnr, Agent, NOBTB-BABT OOB. FIFTH ABO VINB-BTsV, Over Cola A Hopkins. Bntranoe ogoFifths. SELF mBAHUitBItlENT POR SHlRTSt printed dlrectiona aei. t free everywhere. mt2t aa easy to understand that any oo can take hla ovra tn earn re for rlhlrta. I warrant a good fit TnooasB to be paid to tba Express Company on receipt of goods. mhl-tf . Attention, Newsboys I ;: CALL AT THE COUNTING-ROOM AND BCT TICKETS FOB ' SUNDAY'S PKESS! SPRING MILLINERY! T AM NOW OPENING A SPLENDTTp JB. DtOCE Of Sonnets, (Ft Ribbons. jf Flowers French Pattern Bonnets, And sttilliDerf Ooodi of rery dworlptloQ, wdoU T "WI31313, vTr. mbl Kiri'H-8 rBBBT to rnisicuNS asp otiikrs. XjABT 3T O TIOHi HKALTH OrriOI, OiHcnfMATi, Mmj 7, 1661. TBB PHY9IC1 A1N8 OF INCINMATI ' U1 recAire thU w a flol cll to obtnr tht por tlosof thHol'h OrdinaDO. wtiich iWla ; Section $. It nhall bermftvr be th dutr of mil ptayuiciHni, com m A u (tort of steam nod caurU buata ' condiictoTa of rallroad'traloa, aud all keaperi of boartjiug borJMt, Wvuret aod ooffc hoa m, t tieara a viitten notice at tbe office of the B jrdf Healtbr , wlthoat de y. tu every o (Utinf name and reel deuce) of mall. pox and other enntagiou dlneaatte ; aud every peraon refulu or willful. v negleotiag o give noi Ice of any eurh diaoaae, within twelve noura afttr obUinlog a kuowledge tuerejf, ehall. on con fiction theieuf before tha Police Ouart, forfeit and par to the city a ium not exomMling twenty, nor leea than five dollar, w Uh coeta of pr one iu tlon." Blank may be obtained at th llualth Offloe, by all wbo aa? be in t erected tn the observance nf tb above. inyS-cJ M. U WKluai, HeiUh Officer. ITS W BO O K S. JUBT rilBUSHSB-" WIN NEK'S FettWt Ouiile for tbe Oaltar ;lTf.7.;. -w Winner'. Perfect Guide for the Vlo-IHTV WV? ' clearly and almply treated aa to make eswtaeaaedl it uuueoeaaary to require a teacher. For practice, . Biota than l&O Operatic aud Popular Air arn addri, 1 formmi a complete ooliaoUon of tha beat Alslodiea Of the dhy. Price SO oentaearh, for which they will be for. ward per Biail PMt paid JdHK CHIIRCH, . Weat Fonrth st . ' " Pubtlaher of Mnslo, Inipurter aad Dealer ia Mtul. leal loatramenta. ntyT A rtA Tin nAVTWO LOCATED MYflKlF PEtt- ' MAftiBNTiiV at iSo. 1 Eait Furth-et., fc . tbe purpose of bnytug, eelling. exchangiDg, laaa ng Or renting real ettat or property of any kind, , trie or location, loaning tonr, eeillttg patenta, 4te., I truat my pvrt uocea i, mrtt exprienoe, woli known taergr na Ktra foiiiiiee win in mire troiiag and aatltfaotlon. fttrtlcular attentfuft 4 paid to the al of real eetate, furniture. flatursHin ., jewelry, etc. at auction, on the premiM or ia mf tore, one of the Urgeet aud flueat in the W.t, Muppiior itora log good bwaggage. rVrnltitre, etu. COTTON DUOZIS 8CITABLE FOB BOLDIEEH1 TEKT3. I t ';.- .' ;'. i J ' t" 8,000 Yard lor Bale OUeapt JOHN SIuTlITO & CO., 101, 103 AND IOS 4 Wa1 oux-tli-asitroete (air4-fdp) JaV Crunhed and foeuWed Besar. Lovertu a. ' I hila4)elphtai luu de A White do. do. dj.: los do. BM. . . A r. J . A ,. I - .. A W. . L . . CWLTKll. 8l and 8 Al Main-... ap "fifl BAIRKU CHOICE FAMILY ' tlilu LOUR, la at-.re audloraal.hr Aa BO ' A.wi,ita,sivuiao'.i Baia-ai. auyii Vl-ANE CHACKEKS.-A Pit HUH HUP JBVa rLl of thaae uurihAled Buuii. Orackesa: alao. - Kufliih Crai ilBeils, Bud Bug u- and Okite'sliand (racters. AAttDK A. VObTlfli, 31V and iSAl awa-t id; u.