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HIINHV UttiKliSc CO, " state... ( pnovnrievfvaf. ornoiAi. rtrtn or thb oitt. The City Authorities and the Unfortunate Flaunting Flirting. . Tbe Biunkipml authorities of the city are "view I on of their annual, or serai-annual, iRroxym- of morality. The Mayor haa fMfd bit proclamation, In vrb'ch he de counres the practice of "taunting and flirt 4rl" by females on the public streets, as criminal, and njoini upon tbe police to ccmprehcnd cnt of hand all persons of the firuioln gender, who are found indulging la the? rrprehenxlble amnsenierjts. We bare looked diligently into the pages, cf lllaekttcne, Eoueier, Walker, The Ohio Criminal Law, The Juslite'! Quid, Swan't Trtatite and The Charter and Ordinances, md, as yet, hare been totally unable to find tbe crime or crimes Of " flaunting and flirt ing" distinctly defined, or to gain any clue to the manner in -which they are performed, or the effects they produce npon, the party upon whom they are execnted. Medical Jurisprudence if equally silent. We discover no formulas by which the injuries produced by " flaunting and flirting" may be patho logically identified, or any means pointed out for their cure or counteraction. Nevertheless, we do hear that females, re freshing themselves by a street promenade, upon the delightful evenings with which a pcutle Providence has favored us during the fast week, bare been Eeized upon by the members of our virtuous, judicious and lishlj. intelligent police force, and after en joying comlortable lodgings in the elegant i.psrtments provided at the station-houses, lave been informed by His Honor Judge Puffin, at an early hour next morning that probably in consequence of the large ex penses to which we have been subjected on account of the war they were each required to ray $2 into the corporate Treasury ; in tiefault of which payment it became his duty to recommend their residence, rof a few dajs, at that well-conducted and highly-endowed educational and finishing institu tion the City Prison. We commenced by intimating that these proceedings were the effect of a new acces sion of the moral virtues on the part of our civic pott ntates; but we have already gone far enoup h to show that our ideas upon that point are rather indistinct than otherwise. We begin to suspect that tbe enterprise is pnTelya financial one. Our country is now some say threatened with, and some say ac tually engaged in a war. All known and visible f loperty and capital is in a fur way to be taxed all that it will bear to support the Government and carry on hostile opera tions; and we begin to surmise that these ft males generally young and fashionably epparellf d have fallen under the suspicion, in the minds of onr keen and vigilant author hies, of keeping hid, and out of the reach of the assessor, valuables subject to taxation, vhith have thus failed to be enumerated upon the duplicate ; and that this is an in genious and delicate device by which the tax, or au equivalent penalty is to be col lected. We are Strengthened in this belief by the fact that "this proceeding occurs cotempo lateously with the semi annual tax-paying; aud furthermore, from the fact that it has been announced from the bench that the sum levied during the present week will be $4, instead of the previous $2 the differ ence being, doubtless, in the nature of a penalty for delinquency, or an addition growing out or a further discovery of con cealed valuables by the Board of Equaliza tion. The flaunting and flirting may be an in voluntary act of those who are Bubject to this form of levy, and have been cho3en by the authorities as tbe sign by which they are to be detected ; though there are persons w ho pref bs to believe in a totally different view of the case, and to bold that, in the esteem of those to whom the guardians of jublic murals are entrusted, flaunting and flirting a; e themselves offenses, injurious to f ociety in the sum of 2 during the past veik, with a sliding scale and an upward ttidency, which bring it to double that t mount at the beginning of the present. Perhaps we had better intermit these (peculations upon the more recondite learn ing of the auVir, and turn our attention to the facts. There is, we are told, on each morning, quite an array of females, who, r.'ter spending tbe night in virtnous repose in tbe capi s of the station-houses, are brought btfore His Honor, tbe Judge of Police, in the morning, each and every one of whom has been required to come down with her 12, or, in default thereof, to take up her resi dence in tbe furnished lodgings of the City Prison. Tbe presumption is either that they are something, or that they hive done some thing that justly entitles them to be singled out and dealt with in this manner. Now, we bold that no human being is subject to molestation by the officers of tbe law for what be or the it. The law punishes acts, tot conditions, nor habits, nor trades, nor stations. When a man or woman is guilty of an act which the law defines or forbids, he or the B'ay be, under the proper process, arresttd and dealt with: and any thing be yond that is tyrannical. We saw, a few evenings since, two young, decently-dressed women, who were walking Fourtn-slieet, conducting themselves, to all appearance, properly, seized upon by a watchman and carried off. They are, prob ably, now expiating their offense in jail. But what was their offense? Bo far as we could discover, it consisted in the fact that they were femalta. We saw a plenty of men, on the same evening, palpably drunk, ro!sy and disorderly; but no delicately organized and virtuously indignant guard Ian of the public peace discovered, saw any thing in their flaunting and flirting, to ren der tlitm obnoxious to his sense of propriety: do judicial (entry upon the watchtower of society was laying in wait, to assess any two dollar! npon their finances. O, but thete women axe unchaste ; they ate a variety of bad names, that it Will not do to mention : the very thought of which is contamination. Good I Are there no aiicbatte men ? Suppose tbe police were required to pick op and Incarcerate every man. wJ:o bud sinned with these unchaste women, bow many does any one suppose would be left to give the appearance of life to the streets 7 Cincinnati would look like Tadmor in tbe desert. Thebes and Pale n que are not more solitary than she would be With none at large but tbe righteous. Cut there women go abroad for a bad pur pose. What do tbe men go for T If there were no naughty males in the streets, there would be do naughty female. What we cc tend for is equality. It is a shame it is disgraceful to civilization, Christianity, hu manity, to punish for tbe offense only tbe weaker party. There if not a heathen na tion in the world that does not know better than this, and act npon better, higher, more enlightened, and sounder principles. Sat these bail women are very numerous; . ihey swarm in all our tfaroughbrea. Why do they swarm 7 What is it that drives tbtte unwonted crowd U) the pavementT Want. Starvation.' They go to Cod the I sans to keep soul and body together, in t se times of general distress. Few of them t willingly. Many of thera go with their trts fuli of fears and tuuflf ings ; bat go they must, or die. Poor creatures I Their rase is bard enough without the Intervention of artificial virtue, and pretended chastity and simulated abhorrence of human weak nets, to punish their misfortunes. In the Union, and Yet at War with the Government. Missouri baa not seceded from the Union, nor, as a State, done any act to Indicate her desire to dissolve ber connection with the loyal States; and yet, Missouri, by the act of her Governor and Legislature, is at war with the National Government. The recent proclamation of ber Governor, while pro fessing loyalty to tbe Union, is equivalent to a declaration of war against it ; and thus we bavt, besides, a state of active hostilities with a section which hag revolutionized an Intestine strife In a portion of that which nominally remains. . .. . This war against the Union, in the name of the Union, is the most dangerous compli cation of our national affairs; because it is the signal and initiative of a parly strife at home, whose tendency will be to weaken, and perhaps to paralyze the power of the Kational Government. Holding the rela tion of a foreign enemy, there is nothing wanted but armies and military power to dispose of the Confederacy ; but here is a foe to be met not only in the field, but in the balls of legislation an enemy that, by means of party affiliations and agitations, can make Use f felt. In Congress, to sow dis tention, excite suspicion, and second the foreign by the distractions of a domestic contest. It is easy to see in several of the journals of the Democratic party, a disposition to take sides with the Governor of Missouri against the Government at Washing ton. They do not, of course, as yet sanction, In direct terms, his treachery and rebellion; but tbey, nevertheless, make tbe same issue that he does, and by which be seeks to justify his conduct: that the agreement which he made with General Harney has not been observed by the Administration. It is assumed that through the agency of that officer the Gov ernment conveyed away its paramount au thority over the State of Missouri ; and that in disregarding his contract, it is guilty of an unconstitutional act of oppression and tyranny. It will not take long if Claiborne F. Jackson is not captured and hanged, in the mean time to transform him, in party par lance, inte) a true friend of the Union, in vrhich case the Government will Btand for its enemy. His prosecution will be es teemed a persecution ; and the fact will stand among others to make up a sum total of charges against the Administration, npon the strength of which it will be easy, if not to array reason, to excite prejuuico. It is through instrumentalities like these that the chief's of the Confederacy are able still to play a party game in tbe loyal States, and keep alive the hope to tie the hands of the Government through its subjects, while they make war against it as enemies. The people of the loyal States are not all loyal, We have a class of party journals among n? which find that every thing done by the Administration is either contemptible or tyrannical. They profess, of course, great loyalty; but a thousand open enemies are not half so dangerous as their friendship. The extent of their influence it is impossible to measure, but it is not difficult to be seen. It is felt as deadening moral atmosphere in the community, a demoralizing one in the camp, and it may be a source of division and defeat in the army. In short, our Govern ment is in imminent danger of a party " fire in the rear,'' more ominous to its cause than all the enemies that stand before it. Its true course for the Government in this exigency is to go forward: to follow the ad vice of tbe Irishman at Dennybrook, and "strike wherever it sees a head." For every enemy stricken diown in the fluid, a traitor Will expire at home. "Put on all the power, and make short work," should be the motto. There is nothing tbat tbe secret enemies dread so much as tbe killing of the open ones. Dispose of Mr. Jefferson Davis and bis con federates jhere will in a few hours deny that they ever heard of him. Intense Excitement and Tolerance at the South. A relative of Jeff. Davis, who recently left the South, says : The excitement in the Southern States was greater when I left than ia any part of the North I have yet visited. Every person cepable of using arms, without regard to age, was joioing the volunteers, and the women were not only working in tbe fields, and tilling tbe crops which the men bad already planted, but were learning the use of weapons, for the purpose of protecting their homes against insurrection of negroes or other marauders. No Northern man was safe, even though professing to be in favor of Secession, unless be joined the rauks of the Southern army The day before 1 Btarted a negro was hung, because, by putting obstacles on the railroad track, be had attempted to destroy a number of volunteers who were leaving, and he Stated tbat there was a plot among the nep rocs to kill tbe whites as soon as tbe volunteers had fairly left tbat vicinity. Two daj s afO I received a letter stating that an entire family bad ben massacred by negroes near the same place. I am satisfied that almost the entire negro population of the South is ripe for insurrection, and only await the opportunity. I found at Nashville upward of four thou sand troops, and was informed by one of their commanding officers, that a very large number were on tbe sick list, from causes arising from their own imprudence and impatience of discipline. The President of a college in Tennessee bad been threatened by a mob because he bad suggested to bis students the propriety of advising with their parents or guardians before volunteer ing; and in Coffee County a II r. Jewett was in danger of his life merely because he was born in a Northern State, and would not take part in the war. These are only a few of tbe facts as they exist at the South. For my own part I was forced to leave all my property, excepting the means necessary for expenses of travel, and I shall regret no haidsbips or dangers if at last tbe American .flag floats, cleansed from the terrible pollu tion of slavery, and over a country where both public opinion and tbe press shall be unshackled by any peculiar institution. Escape or a Secsssioh Tbaitob. Thurs day's Boston Traveller gives the particulars of the escape of Captain William Trappman, supposed to be an emissary of Jeff. Davis, who took passage in the America, from Bos ton for Liverpool. A dispatch from Super intendent Kennedy, of New York, ordering bis arrest, was received too late. The Trav eller says: - He exhibited a passport signed by Robert Hunch, British Consul at Charleston. He bad also papers showing tbat be was the bearer ol dispatches from Lord Lyons, British Minister at Washington, to the British Gov ernment, and threatened the direst ven geance of tbat Government if he was inter fered with. Mr. Ainee told him that if he bad papers of a treasonable nature on his person, that a passport signed by Queen Vic toria herself could not save him from arrest. His sute room was then searched, but noth ing of an objectionable character found there, and he was allowed to go out ia the steamer which sailed sooat after. The baggage of Mrs. Trappman was not searched, aud it is possible that privateering couimiasioaa were concealed therein. SioKiricasT Qcestioi. -Tit Paris Pretu asks this significant question: Will tbe French and English permit their vessels to be searched for contraband goods by a Confederacy whose nationality is not recognized by any nation in the world? As a belligerent, it would have this right of search fur the purpoae of self protection, but will the English submit to this indignity to its flag, offered by so imbecile and contempt bis a power? An English on the London Times and our American Quarrel. The London Examiner, which has . never shared in the delusions of other journa's, commenting on the last letter of the London Timet'! correirpondent, say : ; It Is utterly impossible for any right thinking man to rook on such a spectacle, (t. e. Civil war,) with supercilious indiffer ence, or speak of it with any kind of satisfaction. Bad men and mad men there are, we are sorry to say, among us, who not merely do so in private, but who are not ashamed even in pv'allo to give vent to a selfish and sinister glee at what iherstnpM'y mistake for tbe break-down of ponnlar government on tbe other side of the' At lantic Before a campaign is begun or a battle fought, these bit ds of ill-omen raise their exultant cry, not merely over the hecatombs of civil war, which they antici pate, but over tbe ruin of that vast home of republican liberty which has always been to them a cause of spite and spleen. 'These are tbe men who clapped tbeir bands and shouted for joy at the coup d'etat of the 10th of December, because it crushed democratic freedom, and gave France a military master. Ilav blind to the consequences of the event they bailed with shameful exultation, they have sin learned to their cost that the most talkative and theorizing system of republican rule costs British tax payers at least f 10,000,000 lees per annum than the most admirably varnished and I'trfocj-eef pbdse of imperialism. Who can tell what we and other peace loving nations might suffer if it were possible that a similar catastrophe should occur be yond tbe ocean? America hns hitherto been the only great country that for eighty years has maintained ber integrity and indepen dence without a standing army. What a curse to mankind generally, what a danger to us and to every other nation in Christen dom having transmarine possessions, would be the transmutation of tbe unaggressive federalty founded by Washington into an onti democratic and military state. Vet this, we ruppose, is what our reactionary wise acres in Parliament, like Sir John Kamsden atd a few of our cotetiporaries in the press, unpatriotically sigh for. For the sake of being able to count one jeweled diadem tbe more, and to see hereditary titles and estates founded in America, such politicians are Teady to rejoice at the peril that threatens the existence of a polity under which a mul titudinous people has dwelt in peaco and thriven greatly for a period of eighty years. But let no man say that, in such senti ments, the English people have any sympa thy or share. Content with their own tra ditional forms of rule, they recognize in those of America that identity of purpose in the main in which similarity of feature and modification of expression forcibly denote. They can not, and do not, realize the possibil ity of their prosperous and powerful descend ants wantonly flinging away the securities they have so long enjoyed for favorable growth in greatness, opulence and freedom. Tbey do not believe that, in any event, tbe majority of the States will cease to be united in tbeir old Federal bond, or that the main body of tbe American citizens will show any wavering in tbeir attachment to the institutions whose practical worth tbey have, for generations, "experimented aud proved." Even though a Planter Confederacy of slave owning States should succeed in estab lishing iteelf on their Southern frontier, tbe States of the Union would still number twenty millions of dutiful and devoted citi zens within its ample confines; would still possess tbe greatest commerce and mercantile marine (after ours) in tbe world; and wonld still be able to boast with truth and justice tbat tbe foundations of freedom laid by Washington, Adams Jefferson and Franklin bad remained unshaken by the madness of a c imperatively small and specifically inferior Section of the community. For our own part we utterly distrust the vaunts and vaporing? of tbe South; snd we daily look more daubtingly upon their boasted capa bility of sustaining a protracted struggle. But in speculations as to the possible issue of tbe war we are not disposed to indulge. We are ronteut to reiterate our unmingled sorrow at its occurrence, and our profound conviction that after the dark wave of ad versity has sweot over America her self reliant spirit will be found uncruBhed, ber love or liberty uncnanged, ana ner fidelity to the flag of peaceful progress undiminished. Southern Independence with a Yengk ance. There are some curious items in a late copy of tbe Courier of Natchez, Mississippi. For instance, the editor publishes this mov ing appeal in double leaded type: " The receipts of the office during the last two weeks have not been one tenth of its expenses for the same time. We know bow bard times are-tbat a dollar is as big as a cart-wheel; but a printing office requires money every week. This office spends for bands, paper and telegraph, not less than $200 weekly, without taking into regard a single dollar for editorial labor." By way of showing how " independent of the North" the Sonth is, we copy two notices from the advertising columns of the same sheet : " Ntte Philadelphia Shoes. A. J. Postle tbwaite bas just received and has now in Store a large and full stock of Philadelphia made shoes, consisting of;" tea " Coal I Coal. I have just received a sap ply of coal from Pittsburg, cheap for cash. A. Donnas." The Courier also has a begging appeal for funds to fit out a new company of rebel soldiers. An Overseer Dbiven fro thb South, A Hartford (Coon.) paper says: A man who has been acting as an over seer on a cotton plantation at Friar's Point, Calhoun County, Mississippi, was in our cilice on Saturday. He confirms tbe state ments which have been so often printed, relative to abuses practiced by vigilance committees and their satellites, tbe moos, npon unoffending men, guilty of no crime except Northern birth. He was waited upon, and invited to join the army of tbe Southern Confederacy; declining, he was ordered to leave within three days, or be mobbed. He had to make great sacrifices of bis means, and to abandon some of his largest claims: but, as he feit his life to be in peril, he did not shrink from tbe sacrifice, and was glad to be able to get, by acircuitous route, to his old place of residence, Hartford, Conn. He says the army of the South is living upon the beef, pork, ice , which the agent of Jeff. Davis purchased on the I pi er MitsUaippi, before Secession. It will not be so easy tor them to renew tbeir sup plies, when these are exhausted. Roi'i Fxkries Across the Potomac River. A correspondent of the Providence (It. I.) Journal says: A detachment of twenty-five picked men from the Uhode Island Brigade, and twenty five men from the Massachusetts Fifth Ileiri- ruent, in one night constructed six rope ter ries across the Potomac, capable of carrying over seven hundred troops every tea min utes, tuis snows ine great caution mani fested by tbe General-in Chief when he threw his forces over on tbe Virginia side of tbe river, and how well be guarded against any trap Bet by the enemy, at the bridge or else where. Punch on Patti. runch, it seems, 1j taking care of little Patti. The joker says: Describing the debut of Madamoiselle Patti, whose performance seemed to promise us a second Jenny Lind, one of the critics made tbe remark tbat she raised the house en matte to a high pitch of excitement. On reading this, the Viscount, who chanced to be just then in one of bis facetious moods, observed to his friend Bersal: "liaised tbe house, did she? Why, really, then, she must be quite a Hoister Patty I" Am Unpleasant Bedfellow. Recently a man with a traveling menagerie, composed largely of snakes, stopped at the Franklin House, at Orange. T o weeks later a ped lar put up at the same house, and was put to sleep in the same bed where the menagerie man had slept. After his departure in the morning, the chambermaid found one of tbe showman's snakes in the bed, with his bead resting on tbe pillow, where be bad slept all night with the unconscious pedlar. The snake's " mortal coil" was speedily shuttled off. As Impudent Bias. An impudent grizzly bear pushed open tbe door of a cabin at Flat Creek, California, one night recently; in bis explorations, be thrust bis cold nose in the face of lad who resented tbe insult by a blow on the brute's noee, when he retreated, after stealing a lump of meat. Militant Christminos. It is estimated that a very Urge proportion of the babies born id Massachusetts during the Last mouth bare been named in compliment to General Butler. Winfittld&cotts and Robert Ander sons are also very numerous thereabouts. and our American Quarrel. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH THE WAR FOR THE UNION! Matters In Kentuoky. ! .. TRAITOROUS PROCEEDINGS OF GOV. - 'MAGOFFIN. MORE PRIVATEERS CAPTURED OFF CHARLESTON HARBOR. Provisions Shipped to the Rebels from Lamisville. CCNFLICT1KG rU POUTS CONCERNING THE .EVACU ATION 6F HARPER'S FnRY. Movement of Troops Southward. TUB PUBLICATION OF THE MOVICSJBNTS or GOVERNMENT TBOOPS TO BE BTOPPCD. WAR MATTERS IN ST. LOUIS. Oct. Jackson to Make his First t?tatid at I toonville. Ben McCnlloch at the Hoad of Ten Thousand Cherokee Indians. niS EKAPIKESS TO HABCH INTO MI8800BI AT A MOMtNT'S NOTICE). MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. &C. &C. &C. Louisville, June 15. O. B. Cotton, the new Surveyor of this port, enters on the dis charge of bis duties on Monday. The Post master here will deliver letters from the South on payment of the Federal postage by the recipient. A gentleman at Hopkinsville writes the Journal that an oflicer of the Tennessee rebels, stationed near the State line, informed him tbat Governor Magoftin, in answer to an inquiry of the officer what part of Kentucky he should occupy with his troops, advised him to keep his position near the State line, and bold himself in readiness to give assist ance to Kentucky when needed. The Charleston Mercury, of tbe 11th, states that a privateer of Savannah was captured by the brig Perry. The crew, fifteen in number, were transferred to the Minnesota, aud the privateer sent to New York. If the men are hung the ilercury calls on Jefferson Davis to retaliate. It also complains that traitors in tbe harbor are in tbe habit of supplying provisions to the blockading fleet. The Raleigh Standard says that the North Carolina volunteer force numbers twenty thousand men. . New York, June 15. The schooner Savan nah, a privateer in charge of Midshipman Cook, arrived this afternoon with the stars and stripes flying in triumph over the Seces sion rag, captured by tbe brig Perry, about sixty miles off Charleston. She bad taken tbe brig Joseph F. Rockland, and Bent her into Georgetown, S. C. She is a schooner, with an eighteen-pound pivot gun atnidship, and formerly a pilot-boat. Her crew of thirty men were put in irons and transferred to tbe frigate Minnesota. LociBviLLE, June lb. Considerable quan tities of provisions have been received here the past three days, mostly from Madison, ltd., which have gone, and are goiug South via the Nashville Railroad. Sandy Hook, Md, June 15. Accounts are conflicting lrom Harper's Ferry. Some saying that the troops have all left ; others tbat a large force are at Bolivar and in tbu outskirts. The bridge across the Shenan doah baB been spared. American Sags are flying nt Berlin and Knoxville. ' Martinsburg is said to be occupied by a large body of United States troops. Philadelphia, Juue 15. A special dis patch from Hagerstown says the advance guard of General Patterson s division, about ten thousand strong, arrived there this morn ing, and the whole column is rapidly mov ing Southward. [Special to the New York Commercial.] Washington, June 15 More regiments went over into Virginia to-day. Hon. Henry May, the newly-elected Congressman for the' Baltimore District, declares to bis friends he is an out-and-jut Union man. Tbe elec tion throughout the State is an entire Cniou triumph. Another rebel battery has been discovered twentv miles below Acouia Creek, near Matbifts's Point, opposite For . Tobacco, M4-j! il win receive anumiou iu uue lime. Xue Government is negotiating for the purchase of three steamers at Baltimore for war ves sels. Arrangements will be made, in a few days, to prevent the publication of impor tant movements of our troops, especially those having reference to the rebels. St. Louis, June 15. Arrangements have been made by which dispatches from all Eastern points can be transmitted to Kan sas, Nebraska and all points in Western Mis souri, via Quincy and Hannibal, during tbe interruption along the Missouri River. Cali fornia dispatches take tbe same route. Colonel Solomon's Regiment, with four field-pieces and a company of Cavalry, will go out the Pacific Railroad to-nigbt, and an other force of eighthundred or one thousand strong, will leave in the morning. Five batteries of four gnns each, mostly twelve pounders, two eight-inch howitzers, one ten inch mortar and two companies of Cavalry accompany Colonel Siegel's command out the south-western branch of the Pacific Railroad. St. Lons, June 16 Eight hundred troops left Hannibal Thursday for some point in tbe interior, supposed to be Chillicothe, to protect tbe bridges of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. The officers of the Missouri River steamers arrived to day ssy the impression prevailed that Governor Jackson would make his first Btand at Boonville. Cannon and shot have been transferred from Jefferson, and preparations are being made for resistance at that point. Boon ville is situated on a bluff, about forty-five miles above Jefferson City, and connecting by good roads with Cooper, Saline, Howard, Charleston and lioone Counties, and south western part of the State. Rumors are current that the State Con vention w ill soon be called together. A. W. Morrison, Treasurer of the State, was arrested at Vt ashington yesterday, on his way to Jefferson City, but be was released after a brief detention. Tbe Evening Newt learns from a gentleman just from Fort Smith, Ark., that Ben Mc- uuiiocn is mere at ine neaa or ten thousand troops, many of them Cherokee Indians, all armed and mounted on Mustang poors, ready to march into Missouri at a given signal. Tliis needs confirmation. St. Lodis, June 15 The Democrat has just Issued an extra, containing the corre ppondence lrom me military expedition up tbe Missouri River, and a dispatch from Jef ferson Citv. announcing the arrival of the steamers Satan and J. C. Smon at that place, anout two o ciock, wnere tney met witu an enthusiastic reception from the loyal citizens. The city is quietly occupied by General Lyon and his command. The Capitol build iDirs have been taken possession of and the stars and stripes were raised over the cupalo amid many demonstrations of delight from tbe citizens. Governor Jackson was at Boonville yes terday, with bis body-guard, one hundred and twenty men. A letter from Springfield, Mo., says be tween six and seven hundred Secessionists were organized there under the militia bill. Tbe Union men bad also rallied twelve or fifteen hundred strong, armed with rifles and shot-guns. They are determined to maintain tbeir position.. Tbey are organ ized under Colonel John S. Phelps. Reports from the border state that Ben. McCulloch is eDcamped in Benton County, Arkansas, with a force of fifty thousand troops. The first battalion of Colonel Sigil's regi ment reached Rolla, the terminus of the south-western branch of the Pacific Rail road, yesterday afternoon, where they go into camp for the present. About one hundred and eighty State guards fled on their arrival. A Secession flag was taken down by the volunteers, and the stars and stripes raised instead, amid the cheers of the citizens, who declared their loyalty to the Federal Gov ernment. General Lyon's expedition received many manifestations of approval along the river course. - . ., , River News. 15 If. River fou feet six inches by tbe pier mark and falling. Weatber clear and warm, i LoursviLLS, June 10 P. If .River falling Slowly, with six feet four Inches in tbe Canal. Weatber clear, and growing cold fast Mercury 61. . . , , , The Union Convention at Wheeling. Wheeling, June IB. Nothing of moment was done in the Convention to-day. Their time was mostly taken up In discussion about tbe qualification of membership. - Tbe Declaration, the pending ordct of thd day, Whs amended so as to satisfy criticisms on It in yesterday's debate, though decided woik may be looked for next week. The niembers are united in tbeir plan of recon struction of tbe S'ate Government. Denraetlva Fire at Peoria, III. Peoria, III., June. 45. A fire broke out nttwo o'clock this morning in tbe dwelling lictiFe ef James Miller, and spread to the adjoining lumber yard. Tbe priucipal losers are, James Miller, $10,000; Bennet Harri son, lumber dealers, $3,500; C. J. Speck's Hotel, $10,000, and other smaller losses, mak ing a total loss of $35,000 or $40,000. In sured for $22,000. Sunday Evening Dispatches. St. Lons, June 10. Eight regiments of Illinois troops are to be stationed within two hours' march of St. Louis, four at Belleville, four at Caeey ville, and four at Quincy. We have undoubted information that thera weie two thousand State troops at Boonville on Friday, half of them well armed and equip ped, with quite a number of cannon. En trenchments were being thrown np, troops were constantly arriving, and provisions were being made for a determined stand. Tbe Secessionists have full sway in all coun ties all along both sides of tbe Missoui River from the Kansas Berder to Boonville, and the indications are tbat they are pretty well provided for a fight. There are reports of a skirmish near independence, in which the Federal troops were repulsed, which. seems to have some probability, but the telegraph in tbat region is entirely under the control of tbe Secessionists, and reliable repottscan not be bad. QtjiKCY, III., June 18. We learn from a messenger from St. Joseph, Mo , last even ing, tbat Colonel Curtis, of tbe Second Re giment of Iowa volunteers, made his head quarters at St. Joseph. His forces are dis tributed over about one hundred miles of tbe Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. Colonel Bates, of tbe First Regiment, bas distributed his force along the same road, on each side of the Hudson. He has taken the locomotives from the North Missouri Uoad, to prevent them from falling into the hands o the rebels. There are no troops at Hannibal. About one hundred are stationed at tbe bridge near Palmyra. Fears were entertained lucre of an attack last night. Some of Colonel Curtis's force had a diffi culty at a station twenty miles Kast of tit. Joiepb. The station-agents' son had some woitta with one of the soldiers and drew a pistol, declaring that he would hare no sauce from an Abolitionist, when a soldier im mediately shot him dead. Erie, Penna., June 16 The propeller Cataract, Captain McNeely, from Cleveland to Dunkirk, took fire this afternoon about three o'clock ofi' this city, and boat and cargo were entirely destroyed. Fonr per-ons are known to have been drowned by the swamp inn of a Email boat, Tbeir names are John Hornegan, watchman; Hugh Killpatrick, wheelsman, and John Posey and O. H. Gow ens, deck-bands. Tbe survivors werebronght here by the tug Brooks, which went to their assistance. The Cataract was owned by Frank Perew, of Buffalo, and was loaded with flour, tobac co, alcohol, &c. The fire is said to have Originuted in some way from tbe alcohol. The clerk saved his books snd papers. Louisville, June 1G. The steamer Pri oress, from Madison, brought down to day seven hundred barrels of pork and three hundred casks of bacon, a part of which she landed. Subsequently, taking all aboard, she returned with ber cargo to Madison. St. Louis, June 16. Two bridges, at Sturgeon and Centralia, on the North Mis souri Railroad, were burned on Friday night or Saturday morning. Colonel Solomon's regiment went out on the south. west branch of the Pacific Road, last night, and Colonel Brown's regiment, with four pieces of artillery, followed this afternoon. Three companies of Colonel Tallman's regiment, Reserve Guards, went ont on the North Missouri Road, yesterday, to protect the bridges in that direction. A dispatch from Jefferson City to tbe Dem ocrat, says tbat (be steamer Louitiana arrived there thiB morning with Colonel Boernstein's regiment, a battalion of which is now sta tioned in tbe capitol. Judge Morrison, State Treasurer, was also aboard as a prisoner, but has been released. Several tuns of sheet lead and a large quantity of potatoes and bacon have been Seized as contraband. Jeff. Rogers, with $45,000 lntroasnry war rants, designed to pay the soldiers em ployed in the South-west expedition last 1 .i , i i - r i i i : posite here, are also in possession of the Fed eral troops. Arlington Hioiits, June 16 Lieutenant lompainss company of cavalrv reconnoi- tered last night near Fairfax. But few Seces sionists were seen. Alexandria, June 16. The thermometer Btood at one Hundred and live degrees in the sbana yesterday. The people of Vienna are Irj communica tion with the rebels. Their scouts were there up to yesterday, and report the Federal troops at Aieesourg. Washington, Juue 16. It is said that uoinnei stone s command has reached Lees- burg. General .Scott has received informntmn that the rebels are concentrating all tbeir iorces at manassas uap. ueneral Scott has no aouot teat me rebels will make a stand there. A high military officer thinks there will be a move on Manassas Junction annn. Tbe rebels there are talking freely of attack ing asnington, ana seemed quite sanguine of capturing it. . - Tbe New York Timet"! dispatch says that General Butler has demanded fifteen thou sand more troops and will have them in five days. Governor Morgan promised the Gov ernment to send a regiment from New York everv three days until her full quota is dis patched. A Bignal balloon was seen last night at a cor Bidn able elevation over the chain bridge, on the road to Leesburg. It is supposed it was sent up by the rebels. Russia sow possesses two hundred and forty two steamers, of an aggregate power of thirty six thousand nine hundred and thirty fire horses, and two thousand three hundred and seventy four guns. Also, seventy-one sailing vessels, with one thousand four hundred and seventy-seven guns. Return or Motley, the Historian. Mr. Motley, tbe historian, whose spirited defense of this country in the London Timet, has been so favorably recived by the friends of tbe Union on both sides of the Atlantic, is expected home by the steamer next week. He will muke a brief visit to his friends aad relatives in Massachusetts, and rejoin bis family in a few months. , A Modern Marvel A Safe Railway As an instance of bow safe human life may be made iu railroad cars, we would call atten tion to the following extract from the an nual report of the New Jersey Railroad Company, presented a day or two ago: "Upward of three millions of passengers bare been transported safely since tbe last enumeration, making mora than thirty-six millions who have been carried without loss of life or limb in the cars since our organ ization." An Excellent Appointment. Vise Dor othea L. Dix has been appointed Superin tendent of tbe womea nurses for the army, with the exc lusive charge of accepting such persons as she may deem properly fitted for the service. Tbe transportation, subsist ence and wages of nurses will be paid from moneys formerly expended in the wages and support of men nurses. A Wohai Killed at an Oil-Well. Oq Wednesday evening last, Mrs. Cubbison, wife of Uriah Cubbison, of New Castle, Pann , was caught in tbe machinery, at an oil-well, and fatally injured. The accident occurred in the presence of ber husband and Mr. Weynian, who immediately grasped her by tbe body, and endeavored to tear ber loose, but without avail. . . The Bolters. The European travel if enormous this season, and among the travel ers are some who wonld do well to stay here and defend their flag. ' When our country is attacked, no trne patriot can ever go over to the other side I ' Ihdscsnt ExoLTAVies. The Southern press exhibits an indecent and cowardly joy over the second great rieoession victory the slaughter of Colonel Ellsworth. Sued thankfulness for small successes indicates a lurking eonatiousoess tbat graatar one are bejoail tuaic roach. - - Raising or Tits Monster Gon "Unio.v." Tl-o nork of raising tho immense fun "Union," tng tbe Baltimore American, pre vionsly noticed as having been accidentally sni k in the water at one of the Locust Pi int v- hatves, was again resumed recently by tbe ripgeis employed under Mr. J, Wil liams, with every prospect of tbeir being ahletotaipe .it b'ofbre nightfall. Two im mense pieces of timber, placed together like Blicari, were used in connection with three powet fill crabs or falls, which were worked by a force of twenty five men. Fortunately for the success of the undertaking, when the pnn went nnder water, the strap or sling, com posed of bar iron two and -a-quarter inches thick, was left around the gun, near the breech, at a distance of fire feet from the heavy end. An iron chain was placed under this strap, which, while the gun was in eourre or being raised, slipped np to the trunnion of the piece, where it held fast. Tbe rippers Bttached another fastening around tbe muzzle of the gun. When op peratinns closed for the night, at six o'clock, the gun was entirely out of the water, tbe muzzle being several feet above the wharf level. The gun bas yet to be raised several feet before it can be slung on the deck of the schooner, where a bed of heavy timber has been prepared for its reception. Scarcity or Tobacco. The lovers of the weed Bbould begin to smoke and chew spar ingly. The Philadelphia Gaiette sanposes tobacco will be as d?ar in Philadelphia in a short time as it is in London. It states that Richmond supplies tbe Philadelphia and New York markets with nearly ail their whole stock of plug tobacco, and since the war commenced, manufacturing is almost suspended. Over five thousand negroes usually employed in the tobacco factories are either idle or engaged in work connected with fortifications. Since the blockade of tbe port the prices have still further ad vanced. A Philadelphia bouse, that a short time ago madea $20,(jOJ inrestmentincboice pig-tail and lady-twist, is now rejoicing in a return of ten per cent, over the usual mar- Tbe views of honest novertv are alwavs hopeful and prospective. Strength of mus cle and strength of mind form a truly holy alliance; and the future brightens before the steadfast eye of trust. HOME INTEREST. Gsf The Daily Presh Tp Pent a week. , VOnJlotblnt? ronoTt-wj Knd HrpalTtM. 9 a, ThJrC WW Leitve rour orlra for tbe Dait.t Futss at the CoontiDg-rwm. Only Ten Cents a Week MT A. A. iT-rr.a Uocki. WntahM nntf mrft cJ. Ml ant. 271 Centr til -arena. ? Mothers should remember thnt the ulckly eeafion Is about qpuimeneing. Don't dlr getting Pictures of yrur children. Go to J P IUt.l's, Mo. 30 West Fourth-it., who is vory succowful with the little mks, MSW The Oallery of Ball ft Thokah, Fourth-st., eBut of Bnce, in now the resort for those 6sirtng flue Plcfnres. Their reputation as artlnts is world wide. Kxamire their specimens. Gallery always open to Tinhorn. Sunday Evening Dispatches. DIED. HtlCTiKERBAPSKTT-On the 14th .net., at her r 'Jrlence, No, Mi9 Wept Filth-ftreet, Sirs. Bleuner basHtnt, wife of A. T. lilennerhuflBett. DIM.H AOKN At Clifton, on the 14th inst , Gsr rttt iMilliateD, aged sy ye airs, ot congestion of tho bruin Aft) MinffR The triendN of the family are respectfully inrtted to attend Mb funeral, from his lute ronidooee, Clif ton, on 1,1 oi day afternoon, nt two o'clock. Car rlnreN will le in wnititgAt the office of J hn V. Wtltace, Plum and Longwurthst., at one o'clock. DAXTER-On the lith lnnt . Chsrlee, oldest son of JoIid and Mary Dexter, aited 4 years. Wedding and Visiting Cards, BTifrravedand Printed, 8i at and Presses, le i Una BUatlonery and BuTelopes. BHIPLKf ft (SMITH! ' Bncceasore to H U Shlpler A bro.,) f r lJ J Wnnt VoRrth."iei. MILITARY NOTICES. IT ATTENTION! tTNION DRAGOONS! You are requested u meet at yrur Halt on ftlOMiAY EVKNINO, June 17, at 8 oVlock. to retpond to tho call from Gov. Detnison. a H. W. PTEVKN8. 1'aptaln. r-VOLFNTERRS WANTED FOR I.VI- MfPl ATfcJ HKKV1CE.- (Tifteeu hMh hidioi Men to enlist for three years in Cumpuny D. Glnventh Kpgl muut, Ohio Volunteers, i ow in Camp DeonKvi. Apply on MONDAY and Tl'KSlHY, 17th Htid IS h, at No. Jt Carlisle Ifuilding, corner Fourth ant Walnut-streets, up stair. jel6-V MTMTKD STATES DRUM AND FIFE ACT' 'BY - Price List -Tenor (Tunis of wood, fii; Tenor Pr urns nf braes. Bms Prumi, from Sll, $12, $13, fit, filft and 716 en h. ButdtH ti to Shi Trnnipxte. 5 to Sin. Dnnn-beHn. C-Tds, 8 u ares, Sticks, Buss and Tennr Drum bead SKine. Filer from "5c. to $4 each. Drums repalrfd. ('Fin half. S to 8. Alu-iiral It ptrummits f nil kinds, cheap. U KITTING BRO., Drum a d Kile Mnmifucturers, jelfi-f No.2'i7 Went Fifth-street, near Plum. Attention ! Soldiers of the Union ! TTnCRIBRR IS MNU gaJT FaCTI'KINU a.'l haa fur ale every vat-try of CA KTRHHJK, suitAhle to every spi-cles or fire-arm. He also manufactures Cartridges to order in any deAirahli quant It . All kinds of Tl, K-aBMS carefully cleaned and put in oTder a d m utnn'tion siren in their u Apply at 315 We st Thiid st. jelft-c niAD-QUARTkna onio mh.itia and voir- CNTKEB MILITIA. Adjutant Gfneraib Oftici.1 CoLUNitUH, June fi, lrttil, J tWTHB QITATjIFI Rl ELECTORS OF the yihfcN III J lifts, at (Jluctuuatt, ljunii ton County, Oi.fo, Miit-ia f the lie nerve, will meet at their Armories on the 1Mb day of June, A D IMil, between the hours of Id o'clock A M. abd 3 o'clock P M.. and tbeu end there r"Ccei to elect, hy hallut, tho following ullieers: i)ne Otptain, one First Lieutenant, one Second Lieutenant. By order H B CABRINGTON, Adj. Get eral A. E Jqves. Lieutenant Colonel. j"13-c mm taiT-ioo AUi.B-nooiKD Young ftien, accmtui t0 U of tutt lttei form a Company of HH AKP - SHdOTKUS. To act as Nkirmfshers during the present War. Rx tia InrlurementH otieredl Apply at north e-tttt cor, Mttiuund ihird-sts. H. K, .WILLI M3, P. A. TBCaX. je7 Becruitioff Officers. SPECIAL NOTICES. m JttiARTISTS' PHOTOUHAKH lMli VCS&T LltJtV 100 ruurtb-st.-rhotocrapum, both plain and pauitud in oil. jylft-tf BATON ft WEBB KB. ff-sr FEMALE PH YMC1AN. MRS. KING, M D , oilers her aurvices as Phy sieiau and Accoucheur Patients board wd, if re quired. Besidece, 89 Wade-st., between John aud ( otter. mylO ELECTION NOTICB.-AN KLEO- TJO.i fur Triitttoe of Colored Public cbtjuln ft r the emuing yer will be held on MON DAY, June 24 The elfctioo in the Katurn Dis trict will be held at the Public School-Imuse on Seventh-it , east of Broadway. Iu the Western District. In the School huue on Court st., west of John. Polls to Ie opened nt 6 o'clo -k A M. and nosed at 'clock P. M. Br order of the Board of Trunteca. ISAAC M. TBOY, Olerk. ' rje't-e eod m MASOMO NOT ICE. -THERE win te a mettinsot ftltater Ma .et Onset M taster Ma- a VkNING, June 17, at Vv a matter of general e sanaral at(anrlaniu ia ' huLH on MOM) A I KV 8 o'clock. U consider i inttiiest. A full and eenerai attendance is earnt elly requested. La Charfie Times.) Herron's Seminary. m "JTITF TWENTY-FOUR Til SEni itCft ANNUAL EXHIBITION of HKtiUON'd M MINAItY will tnke elnee tit SMITH A NIX ON 'H IlALL.on TlkSDA EVttNI NG, June H. xttviBM Addresses, Dialogue snd Music. je!6-b mNXTABLB'a S I.E. -BY TIR- t V V. tit mi nr. 1st rtl iislaln nm rllrarrul 1 wTTTTell.onTL'KyDAY. the ldtb day olJiine 14,1. at 10 o'clock A M., in the Miami Oaual, at Maiu atreet liritlge, the following Koods and chattels, to-wit: 'i he canal-bo t uIlTUIiN. taken under the water craft law. at Ite suit of Emtnert, Whitney and others MICHAEL bTBAUB, Constable. CitLinnatl, June 6, inrii. J M-j fr-3TnR MK THIERS OF TOE CUT sKS TJCKV AHT UNION are invited ti at. ti-nToBiwi'lal Meeting, on TUKHDAY EVENING NKXT, at their hall, in Holies' Building, oo Thid st , a buslnessof importance will 1m hroiuiht before tbe meetiBK. A W 8KMA. je-16-a President. Ta. M. C. Ac 2C. 11. K. TRAI"S KMtCAttP DRNMSON have CliiWni.u.li ai. and Mil.', A M . & aATSiftO ai-d a P. u Bf fthMNU-L-sre Tamp DennUon at TilO and Oi'iO A. M , Hi ft. fli05 aad T P M. Mound uip Ttckeis i" tt sold for 75 cent. no-if W. W JODWABD, 8 u peri nt ode nt. I From the Decatur, Adams Co., Ind., Bogle, June 6, lM j ff-rjSIN THE-K DAYS OF MALARIA iaV3" ani lnr there J freuutut datuaud tor a tonic stimulant as a preventive, and to brace tip the eysutm after an attack. To tbee re uuiriug something of this kind, we take pleasure In recommending TR. BOBACK Sdtutuavk BitUjis. It Is pleasant ana agreeable, and can be taken by pertnus of the most deiuate constitution, Dk, BOBACK deserves thanks for this prwparatluu, whtih is destined to occupy a position Its merits de serve It Is fur sale at the drug stores. Principal office ISo 0 Bast Vwurth stretlt. Jets a ODIO WD1TE SLLPHLR SPR1XGS, DELAWARE COUNTY, OHIO. O)? F4TOKITR HOUMRR BsXBEBdkTwIII keu-n for Vl.lt.. r., JUNl iu, 1h1 IT.uUiM aaalrlos boarding durius b. Ihmiwi oaa b. auouaiauMl.lfa at reauuaa ralai. . , fur liooais or l&furmatloa, aadrw ,H ,. A. WlLMOtt, JR., ." j , Or J. A.BWAVMK, ,. L7X IMaaara C.. tUla, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DRY GOODS AT RUINOUS RATES! MM MY GOODS! WILL BE OPENED On Monday, June 17, 1861, ' ' -AT- WEATIIERBY'S! TH081 IH WAST OF At Astonishing- Low Prlcea! Wllldovrell t CALL FARI.T. whll. the STOCK 18 FULL AAD OOMPLKTK. No. 112 Fifth-street, jelfi-b BlCTTTEim VINE AKP BACK. CHEAP DRY GOODS -AT DELAND & GOSSAGE'3, WEST FOURTH-ST. SUnrIER SILII3I AT REDUCED PRICES! Foulard lilies! At 35, 3T,' and SO cenli. BILK HUBLIN DE SOIK... AT 371 CENT9. Very desirable for hot weather. SMALL CHECK 8ILK8...AT 50, 9tH aad T5c. K9 Castoner, will find tha abovo Goods very much leva than their value. THIN DEESS GOODS BABIGXS, GltESAPINKS, POPLIK8, M0ZAMBIQUE8, UEBNANIKS, OKOANDIKS, ,. 13ABKUB ANGLAIS, ' GRAPE D KSPAMGE, TISSUES, CRAPE DK PARI4, FAKT-tOLOBED LAWNS Three Ca.ee, at ItH cents. TRAVELING DEESS GOODS. A large assortment of verr desirable fabrics for Tniveling and Welkin Dresses. (IO PIECES OBEY DKBKGK3...AT '4 CENTS. " Very cheap." Summer Garments. Black 811k Basques, B ark Silk Sacquos, Gored Man tillas, Traveling Costumes, Black Lace Points, lllack Lace Maotlllas, Black Lace Buruoos. SW Ladles' and Hisses' Garments made to order. Great Bargains In Embroideries From Bankrupt Importing Houses. &UM.1IER GOODS FOR ENTS AND BOYS' WEAR. LINEN DBILI8, FBEKCII NANKENETTES, BLOUSE LINENS, DBAP D'ErE, ETC. A large ascortir.ut of Ladies' and Hisses' Black Lace Mitts, Silk and Lisle Gloves aud Gauntlets. PARASOLS A'D sUI-GMBRELLAS. LADIES' AND HISSES' H0OP-KK18T8. Summer Quilts and Bedspreads. AHebaate, Honeycomb, Lancaster and Alarscllles Quilts. LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S UOSIEBT. CHlNTZfcS AND GINGHAMS. Yard-wide French Chintz .....At t!i Scents, Chambrays, French and English Gingham's, at DELAND & GOSSAGE'S, jel6 a 74 and T6 West fonrth St. SPECIAL NOriCE. "MEBSONS WAN TIN 1 BE WING-MA- JL i'lilNl-.H to tuase up clotliinii fur U 8. V .lim tNfrti ill he turni-hed with our fmperlttt Loi k atifch bewliift mnchlofi at ONfc-U VLlf our regu lar pride,, which rat) ire from $' to Siix). A there am luauy who could got work plenty and niHkfl good Wtuea If they tly had a inachiae, we will fur ih auch with our f AO Machlue at $15 We suppose; that thio otter, in aduitiuu to our tuauufac. turine; clothing for ho soldiers f roe of chargt, will at lea' beneficial and oonsidrrml an niitrlotto iu mitkiug a dinpluy of flags merely aud doiug not h ii g nit re. UNION MANCFAOTUBINO COMP&NT, Jem.f ' 6 Wort Fourth-st. OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPBIGS Little Miami and Columbus and Xenia ' AMD Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dajton RAILROADS. norNl;TRIP TICKETS TO Til! W Iff J tLMisii n iHie at me several utliietoi tbe compabiea. Price 95. ("o diirtorn. will &t re eive hK TfJKN TIOKFTS unless In do rued at the Springs bf A. n iiiDurii jr,uri a snniiiii. jelC P. W bTMADEB, Gep'l Ticket Agent. Hardee's Tacticsl WATSON'S KDIT10N-PBICS 2.1 CENTS. THE ONLY imiHl7TIIiATEI EDITION aud the only thep edition, with all the orig inal engravings, comprising the School of the Sol. dier aud the Company complete w Approved iy the War Department and t ha accepted drill of the U. S Arm quantity, by me iraae supplied at new ion pnrm, in any u r LjBwia, jejz-ceoa No. S WMt tJUtb-st. -OF CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS WABB, AT COHT. mw Call soin at 59 West Fourth st. je!6-b Ohio Union Loan. Orricg or CoMMimnntKiR or Hinkinii Fphd, Co Lunar, umo, Juu iu, toci. J TTIK COM UltMlONKKSOF THB HIXK INU I'M) of the State of Ohio, invite sub rcriptioDS hy tbt prK-ple of the State to the Loan of $f,uoO,tiO, authorized hy the act of tho Ooieral As semble, "To provide tuunjeth-otully for the defnne of I lie State agtitist litvaM ui," piied April 2fi, 1141. ortin'-nU'S win ts tuanea in sums or vhj", ana up wtd, payable July 1, liwi, at the State Treatury, bearing Interest at the mte of six per cent, per ao num, payable semi annually, and by tbe act au tborivfitg tbe loan free from taxatttiB. SubscrrptloDswIll hs reoeivea at tbe OfiVa of the t muiisafont-rs, in the city of noluratius, at each of the Kt)l tent Iftukfag InHtitutloiis in the Statu, aud at the several County Treasuries in the State, until the hint day of Jaly, ImoI lntrMt will )a ni.niijiitad and na'd from the dfctft of the depart of the money at eithorof the places auuve u Milieu fi. W TYMB, Auditor of State, A. V. HV&AKLh, Secretary of Slate, JAMES HURUAY, Attorney 4efaral. jclS.tjyl C'oiumiHttloners of the Sinking Fund. . Mathey-Caylua Capsules. WITHOUT TASTI OR I'M ILL, TCOR THK HAFR, SPEEDY AND RAD .C 1CAL CUtift at Uonnrrhea, Gleet. Whites, In. tlttoimalb n of tha bladder aud Kiduevs, etc. lathy-Cylus Capsules were tbe ouly uiediclneof the kind admitted to the Universal Exhibition at Paris in Ab. The? are rconi mended by auiDeut French aad English pbysioUua. A complete aburttut.ut jurtt received. JCUWAhD SCA MTiAN A CO., General Wasters Agent, ' ,' jehVo N. E cor. Fourth and Main-sti. THIN CLOT II I NU AT LOW PRICES. We are receiving from the uiauulaucturers Clothing adapted to the prtseut season, which we areat-lling at prfre to suit the times. At H Bast Thi'd st., opposite the Ueuria House. jelA D A. WALDRON. CENT VliaNIIHMO GOODS, M caMO,rt WALDHUN 8, ' jeift Opposite the Uenris Mjuw, DA. WALDBON, MKRfiHANT TAI- LCH. is manuNctnring Olt.ttiiftg at War IMea,t)t Ai last Third-at., oppoaita tha Henri 11 o una. job) rMANCIHKBLLV, H. KUFKL AND HO I'll I A. LOM) VB Y O ANLiattHON.-li.-d.r. Davia s-b.r. t. ot Otuolnnutl Towa.hlp. lU n 111..U Couuty, Cbio.-O. lb 7lb day of atay .tabu ..id Jutl. iMue aa Order of AU.cbui.iit, ia tb, abwv.aoUosk, tuv the aaia f aixty-ttve dol'ars. . - f. KaLt.T. ( Ciuelauatl, Hay U, t .. . . iL-fto . liniiSS MB! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. G ROVER & BAKER'S CELEBRATED NOISELESS IJ'-A.rvXIXY SEWING MACHINE rmcB., ...810 tbzb ooMXAia-r It tbe odIj ana tbat manufacture, tbs Cocblo-lock and Shnttlo-ttitch Sewing LTacliincsI No. 58 West Fourtli-st fapll.tfipl Every Oflicer and rr If ate IN THK A R ItYPTWITI.n 111? MTlTLFKn with a buttle of Palmer's Vegetable Ooemftio Lotii'U. 18 TOUR SKIN CHAFKP, Br lriff iriBTchlnaor cxrrelsp of any kind? OnS arpMrfltinn .ill cure you eft'-ctunllj. AEK lOllB FtKT SOUK FBOM gAMB CATJSKf It will pmv.rqa.llr afBoaclona ia relteTiDg yon ot tbls affliction. ALL KINDS OF OCTANK0CS DtSSASKS, Whether conlaaloils, or ntherwlre. are immediately relieved by its use, and in a abort time elleotuaUf cured. F. r silent Wounds, Tltinu, Rtlnra of Dees tha Bite, of tfpidere ittid other Iusects. and for .11 Vea etable Ti.lfwnn, the Lotion Is pa-ti.'ulurle applica ble, one arplication in recent cases tfooerallf effect ltiK a pi'rii.fiM.ot cure. To ell tbe above casualties the P lil lot Is been. Ueily liable. Fiepnreri only by SOLON PA T.MVIt. Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, ... . 3 We.t Sonrtli-et .OuioiiinsM. And for aale by drngglwts generally. mv25 JITT PFCPtVKD ANO NOW FOTt 8II-(W I 'stent Ke vol vers four, rivn d six-Inrb : Ctr Ta'ont Nvy RhvoIvith; Whitney Improved roit'a Pattern Bevohom, fnr, five and Mx-lnrh; V littney Improved Olt Ptt'rn Navy BevoiVer; lMnnl.attAH Seven nhnoters. Car t rid fe lt nding Kevolvers; War er's Uevolvers. Ptrtridg. lowdh g ; Allrn A Wheolock's celebrated dirtriie lffidlng Hf'vnlvt-rs, No 3 and 32 ( aluo, Allen tfc Wbr lock's Now 20 and 24; Kemingtou'a Revolv er. Itealo A hfder'i Patent. We are nln prepared to tftk orders fr Pharp'i TltfVRRndVhi.no Mini Bi lief and Minkets. of v-hich samples enn hn seen nt our ftorn, No 107 Teail-st. PAl'PKNHKIMf B A iMtKYFOOS. Imygstn SHIRTS! PRKFROTFITTTVO S XX I XX. T S, . AT THE BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY, A. Ueppner, -Afjont. KOBTD-BA8T COB. FIFTH AND VINi BTi Over Oole A Oopkina. ntraoee on rilth-st. ST1.F ItlKAKlTHEMEJIT FOR !TllRe printed directions set free everi where, and at easy to understand that am one can taKe hl on measure for Shirt.. I warrant a good fit Tbecasa to be paid to tbe Kxpresa Ooupauy on receipt ol goods. rnhl-tf SEWING SILKS! MACHINE TWIST, NEEDLES, OIL, SntJTTLES, ETO. EMBROIDERY 81 Ii K, 9 D P L E K S TBAM, FRItiGJC, 8POf)L SILRj COTTON AND LINKS TJ1BBAD. S9 Bawfng.maohine Agent, supplied with .vary kind of Twist and Needles, direct from tbe mana ' turera.by J. H. JOIIVRT, I'i West Fonrth-et., np stain, Ciucluad. Lmb23-cml fun JJutnal Insurance Company OF1 CINCINNATI. Off) co- Ko. 75 West Third st.-Evani & Co.'s Batik VmldlDg. THIS COMPANY I PRFPncn TO it. Mire l'tvfll ngu, Furniture, Wtirchotises, 1VI an til an or lis and Merchandise a?a1nt lorts or daniHfte by Are, at ths ratos of premium u. unity charged by stock companies. The note of tbe Insured U taken In payment of the prrmiuro, upon which note aHHesHuients ara nmdo, from time to time as losses may ncur. Tbe note in returned to the maker at the eiplrs ttn of tbe policy, and there is no lUMlity h-yond the amount of premium note given, which Is fir no greater amenta than stock compauies charge in cab. I'olicy-holders are tbe only membr-rs of th Com pany, and ara entitled to rote at election of oftlcora. Policies issued iorfn-m one to five yeaid. IRJT0ft ; A. B. Latta. Josbna Jones, , J. W Hutfhcl, M. II Crane. J. F. olt-. Joshua TV U lb"nfl, . Wni. T. rhlpr, Caleb U, WbiUoa, Chnrlns J. Smith WM T. PHlPrS, PiM.datit. g. L. SHA-mrOH, Bnretry- jio-tf Special Notice. WJ,. EVAN3 AND n. K. LINDSEY (late of the Mtt a In.urance (Jompine) have this day f'trtned n cepartnernbip, midxr the tiMii nnmeoi BVAN8 A LIM)8KV, tot the purpose of conducting the t u.iness of Fire, Marine and Life Insurance. aaT Tbey vril! continue to represent the following well-koovn and responsible Oompaniea, via: Borne Ins. Co of New Tork...,n.,.Oapital-tl, 000,000 Continental Ins Go. of Now To 600,000 Niagara Fire Ins Co of New York 200,000 North American Fire Ins. no. of N. Y 250,000 Permit? Fire Ins Co of New York 500,0110 Western Mesa. Ina Co. of New York.. lM.ooo Mcrrhtwt' Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn 2Ki,000 N. Y. Life Ina. Co. of N. Y Assets-Sl,707,133 21 Chatter Oak Life Ids- Co . Hartford...... "00,000 00 IiVaNB b LINDSBY, General Insurance Agents, 65 West Third at , " jeS x Ohio Valley Bn'.k Duildina;. DBS. WARDLE & DOUGHTY DKffXISXS, OQWI!ST FOriltH.STREKT, AWK J VJCr iiuw inserting their ver. surcrlor tf Artificial Teeth, at the Tdlowins ratos: Btpffk Full Set, on Gold, Sso to lloo; i ppor 8t. UJir on Gold,S40to g.vi: U polnuoiiGuoi. Full Set. (loot Oontlnnoos Gum, Upper 8, fMi Full Set, Silver. 30 to H-iO; Cpoerget, Sllrer, Sl5 to Slil niv -x Parisian Pearl-drops. PAH 11 AN PF.ABL DBOPS, FOR RE MOVING freckle., tan. etc . aud importing a pearly whitero.s to the complexi'a For Hile by EUWAKD 80AMLAM a CO., DruKgists Jelft.c Nortb.eaat corner Fourth aud Mela.ata. MILITARM500DS! SWOni8, BELTH, EPAULETTES, SASBEb, GIliTand BH.S8 IHJTToXS, LAJK. An., at JOHN BONK U'S, NO. 36 WEST FIFTH-STREET, mya-tf Cincinnati, Ohio. ' cv. ABET LADIKH 8WKET C TW- ft. Ac .lust received: 2Hi canes Cuiitttnaa t 'laret ; Urn cases St. JalMeu Olaret t tM caves Hedoc, lSntbaniwlJohiiSoa'Si vry superior: &o cases La dies' Hweet Catawba; 200 cases Still Oatuwli t. For sale by J ill N B4TK8, jtll National Theater Bnlldlng Hycam r-st. SAR DINE BONELESS 8ARDIN ES. Just received : .'hi aw s H.trUinee half and yuar tvr cans ; also, 10 cases ltonMeni Sardines, httil uans, put up In extra fine oil fur lauiilv ina. For sale by JOHN BATES, jell Nutlnnal Th-ater Building, 8vcan.oro-st, jtPDKEHt'IIIKP KXTKAITS.- rransipannl, Patrhoury, tm press EurieDiSk Jockey Club, bweet Urtar, Kondeltia, Gentuluaii, Vertena. Boaa. aud everv other favor. la RxtrsuaL fur sale br ALBEBT ROSS, PrwKiririt, tar W eor. rrttral a, and BiuhthC ' II l'TT-EIl'8 PKR-Hirn BLACKINCH baallt New Medium aud Largo, Butler's I XL. Oil Tllaoklna. IN KABTniN FOTS. Factory, 39 Tine-street. T. 8. BDTLKB. Alrent. lyUEEE CAN YOU UKT Good-fitUng- Skirt? AT HICHAIIDSON'S, IN TBI MAUONIO BCILDINO, ' ' tit Wa'nnt St., ne.r Third mrl JAIflF.f KILLOUOH'M ESTATE. - No lle K Is beroby giyou that the subaoiiber baa been appointed a id ijualifUd as aduiiul.trator on the estate af James Killouh, duoeaaed, late of Hamilton County, Ohio, on the liith d i of ti.rch. A i).i ; J.a.LiwiJ, rovW-oW.d AdrnMr of estate of deoe.se. VNKAND LIl!OHt.-Wtt UAval v v aaarod no .ipous. tn the pnroh.ee of our Ltqnora, which hay. bees selected axpnaslr M BiiMliaiaal auraoaae. ALBERT BOSS, Drmnrtat, la 1. w aor Gntral and kmlita-at - I SERB CIDBK AM) WHIT1 WINK Vuiear, at A. A. COLTlB'd, 3k aud .Til Mala. mM A IXTKA etJ'fJAH f l'ltlfO IUH4 AMI U Dried Beef, at (J0Lfa,lrb, 310 .ud .141 MaiB. ; myM " IOVKKING'H rBrHKD, ORANfl,!.) J tKl) aud Powdered bu..r, at GOtlKU'S. aittaad S'Al Ma'-- i7. ; ANH BVTKBI WILL FIND IT greatly to tbxir adv.iil.il. to purobaM lh.IV) Orooerle. from FKKOPHON. Ninth an Vlu. biTlt THK WEEKLY PHftNt NOW HEADY, auulalniug the N.w.ol the Wkt, both V,iti ai,d Loci, aud a Telrgrapbie Buuiuiary at Kreau t aLewhei up U tli. hourof guiag lo prM. f , m at U Cvuunus-iyviu. frivsit wbIs,. t