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WAtlTS," -rot KALE," "FOB MMHT," I toer," -rovso," aoASDiNa,- m.-At- SM M H s. mm ht inane tmkmar m. TrV"ANTF.n Olll-To do (eneraf hirtseirork v v II Xtm M In m f.mll nf hut three Demons. In KMWINirt Ky. Must t a good wwher and troner. Nom .ther wanted. App'7 o 8. 0. CHATJI AN. N i S Walnnt-st., Cincinnati. je3l b T INTRI1- -A 8ITPATI0N By a votiu. wo- T man, conk or to do Annlv the corner nf Mound and ftnvnnth.it. Di '""in III IV liu KHUtl Bl UDIIIHnurii Cincinnati Female Seminary la th basement. i J al 1 . Ii ) mmrATBD-A Y0UNO man- -To make him- vv eir generally nsclnl as nnrtnp nfl rtn tliA cleaning up of a store and saloon. None ned ap ply w no can not come recommended for iinnesty and e.ib'iety. Apply, at 4 o'clock this afternoon, at No. J ,1.1 Walnut-it. jall-b WAHTED-25 T8AMRTIRJ-Applt at Men. ters Head-quarters, No. HI Wwt Kourth-nt , np stairs. Wages Sis per month and one ration per day jaJI-b IVANTEn-i SITUATION- By a good sirl. V to do th work of a small fitmllv. for St 25 EI wfpk. Bole re nee given. Address MATTfR, Wnoe. j.v1.-f. W-HT'F.r-Yon to recollect that we err celling t our eiip our miner kr COAL Ol L at 40 coot" or an I Inn : chlmnen l?lrup, never known to (ail to produce a euro price V centi ; ami, a ipioniia ixman V.l cente. Try it. jv;ii-u- TANTED BOABDKTIS-Two or three Ken ' tinmen run lie arnnnimndated with board in V? privnte tamily, by applying at 41tt Longworth t. fci-ferencee exclnwwn. jall-h lirANTKD TWO 0 1 R L S-To do general v housework.' near Main. Apply at Ho. 14 Cast Poarl-st , ja3l-b WAMFD-A WnKLEtt ft WILSON HKW 1NO UACHINK-Kew or second hand, la p-rtef.t order, worih $30 or 860, for which will be given a lady's gold e-atcb, not long in use, and bal ance In cash. Ado rcss CASH, 1'oet-olBco, ('incln. natl. jail c VANTKD-8ITCATION-Br a young woman, child. Uood references given. No wages reaulred. v wicn a cnno. live monms om, to nur-ie Apply ta Mr. WM. OKOTHK R, Ablgail-st., north side, east of and second door from Syoauore. ja1l-bJ MrANTED- -8ITUATIO N By a good ma tt run a Singor Sewing Machine. w chinist. to run Address T., at this offlce jam l IVsTBD-TWO O I R Ti S-To do general T nouseworr. AddIv at 19 J Srcamore-st.. he- tween Fifth and 8ith. jann-b' WANTKO-PUBCIIASHRS-For Patent Cof-fee-rots, from 1 to 16(1 quarts, for army, ho tel and family use. This article is superior lo any other now used Call t O'iopkb BionKr Auction-room, 14 kint Fourth-st. jaD-c Wa"TED-A SML0 HOUNC-Wlth etore- t corner store preierrea-suitao'e lor dry gnons. Any perron having iiucli will hear of a prompt-oiy. ing tenant. Address P. K.. Presi ofnee. ja-i'i b T Merk,.or in any other bnsinpss br which I can mske a living. I have bed tonrteeu years ex perieni'e in the mercantile buainesH, bith in cite and country I would be gad to envage at war f rices. 1 have a large acriuauitance, uotn m he city find country. 1 will give nrat-class refer eLoe. Address Post-office Bix 1.161. Cincinnati. tjn.'Q d V"-NTKD- T AMSTEBS Immediately 2J T gMd teamsters to go to Kentnckyi wngos 8rt iHrmntith and board. Men not svnrn in. Apply at ISO. ivy West rillll-bt., V. BTOHUUM, wxgou rtioster' ja2y-b "mrANTED TO BORROW SHOO For two eare. secared bv mortiinffn ou a hon-ie and lot worth S.VXK. Adilrens JAMhS, at this oiBce. lja2"f) WATKD A 8ITTJATION-In a good mer cantile house, railroad or express companv, -In this city, by a boy about 18. I wish to reintin till of sge, and to Ivecnme a thorough business man. l ncitiwr smoae, cuew nor urioa (a rarny in mis age).ar.d have been taught to do as 1 am told and not afraid of work Kfdorences gtveu. BOSWOUTH, Press Offlce. Adnriss J. jn25 f 1KVTANTED To pay 813. one month's advance w to Mi flood men to enter the seventy -fiillrth Begiment. Kvery wing now in Cimp and ready to rton.i t l.,r 8ceasla H( II ) II SO W K It & KmKUKS. Bectuiunguuicers cornoroi centrai-av.ana uiara street. ja25-h( WAMID-TO TKADBGOOD LAND - In In. diana, for new or good second band ma chinery for the manuficttire of flooring, doors, a h, blindikAc. Address W. T. D.. care of P.ejs Offlce. jaai-r "W ATMTBD-TO T R A D B Some excellent tv K arming Lands on tho Ohio and DUssissippl Bailroad for a stock of good-) to take into the country. Will trade for dry goods groceries, boots and shoes or farming Implements. -Addreee Box -Nu.l,U75, Oincinuatl, Ohio. ja!7-tf WANTBD- -NO I1UHBOO-A Llkenea-i for la worth nothing. Don't throw vav vnnr time at such 4mall invtitutions. but get a t notniog fine Pioture. as low as twenty cents, in ense at A M PliEOA'lVS new Gallery, No. !i Kifth-st , near Valnut. Jia -You may get a wt good Likem is of yourself for nothing I f vonrsolf for noinillff OQII- tlren excepted), a proof of good wrk No iIocmp- 110U, ana POIUO BIIOUIIOU w nil, a uu.,wn a Caliery, 'Jo flflh St.. the cheapest gallery for all kinds of Pictures. jalS tf WANTBD-Tlie advertiser na some excellent Lands in Iowa, which he Is desirous to trade fer Furniture. Would trade for tbe entire furniture of a family declining housekeeping. Address W. s Press Office. noai-u FOR RENT EtOK RENT-ONR ritONT AND HACK JSU iiiiom On Lhe aeoond floor, with a family. consisting of man and wife; gas In bdh rooms, and genteel entrance. Reference required and rent Inaiivsnce. Apply at No 141 liongwurin-sr., ue- tween Plum and centrul-av. "sranit. KENT -PARIORS-Io a very omtrai Addreu J. U., .BP location, at a reasonable rent. this office. jasi-D-' W7VR HENT-LAROD FURNISIIftB FKONC JS-' BOO JI -inquire at o, on aciuwiii oo- tween Plum and uenlral av jaai-u- IOR RKT DWELLING H9TJHB -No. l'J8 ' Clinton-st., containing nine rooms, la good repair, with gas and good cistern. Bent low to iirumpt paying tenant. Inquire at the house from 10 to I o'clock, hey a', wo. Ii4, Ji-o 17' OR OR RENT A PLEASANT FURNISHED hiiiim-Huilahle for a gentleman and wife or MS two single gentleman, can be nau at XI I'lum si, -II. I . BvnKanani1 llt.1H tl MWlvivuwa i;j.vu(.ui9i u. K tttcni'r I uni suuiun-on Drumwin X on the first flour, suitable for a family. Hent to suit the times. Apply at ;ilT Broadway. )a3-c -wjioK. KENT THRKB ROOMS t'n theeeoond Mr door, ana a tiarrei-room, at sun aixuin-.i near Race Innnire at tbe north-east oorner lighth and Bace-sts. j3n-b" n KMT-TWO ROOMS Suitable for xT small family. 1 family. Apply at 39 J West Third street bet. emit ti luorui ure-u-j WJH)11 BRNT-T UBNI8UKD H0U8B-Of six rot mi, incomplete order, in the weitern urt of the city, convenient to a railroad. Will rent rlitao to a prompt tenant. Apply to w. N. PORa., yti WeetTlllrd-street. jaao-a "FsTOR RUNT The flve-story stone-front store Inonlre at 19 or 18 law Buildings, Kast Third-st. Mr No. IS fearl-sc, is lor rein lo a gooo iwioi. JOHN J HUffliW ja'-a-r FOR SALE 1011 SAI K-BAB AND F I X T D R K 8 Will 1 besold low for cash. Apply at SIOSHM'. Hi cbange OiBce, north-east oorner ef Third and Hyca- tiOK HAI.K-AT A ORSAT BARGAIN well-improved Warm in Clermont Co , Ohio, WMll-fmin Ai.ntMinliiv from fin to 100 aeras. situated twelve miles east of Cincinnati, and one and a half miles east of the Batavia Turnpike. For further partio nlars, inuuireof I). 11. II. OOPriN, No. -JO Kast Pearl-st.,orof M0tt JOIIMSON, near tbe pr-iu. !,. jale-x ITsOR BAIjE-OB TBADB -The advertiser ' aTowu Lot lu Xeuia, Ohio, MixIWI, which will sell ion for cash, or wouts it ail" lor a pi.ni'i furniture a bargain. Addiess H. W., Press Olnce. lno2i-if 1 FOR 8 ALB HO M B EXCELLENT LAND Iowa. Would pay part cash and balance land for a small larqi near uincianati, aanreai ti., Pren ua.ee. no- it fTMIK BALE One-half or the while of one I1 Him tMt nrintlna olhrtie iu Indiana. Loca tion flue, ly pa gocd and eatrontxe very fair. narticulais, addiess PKINTKU, Press Omue. uo2tfl fOH. WALK-A FARM -Of 77 acrei, lu Kan- JT dolpb County, iLdiaua, 2 miles from Wli fit. tr- the couutv leat l'rice. frlMI Cain. f 12 oO p r acre, oue (uartur down, balance nn time. Fur full particnlara, apply to i. TODD 'JT3 w aluut-st.. uinciunuii. un. " cl t PiiH4 Ol li ntaMI-M. TtllitrlP- n HON, Umbrella, Parasol and Walking Wuniil.i-lorv, No. itil klain st., letuea rourth nd tifib sis., Cinoionatl. Repairing prom oily tvnuea lo smi-os A. B 112 He- S American Bhenmatlc Liniment. ri'HB PROPKIBTOR ryf Til It 1,1 M. MtN l' Kill euarant'e that it will cure ttheu- malietn aud Upraius. If It d.ws not, the money La refunded iu all cases If Introduced luti .r niv . isbire ao much iulft.rlnc now exists. It would cause thousands to rejoice lu a speedy cure. Try once For tale at the (lift Engine biuse, dixth Vlne-sls., and at Ha. tii llichnioud alniei, slciiiiu. iiai' Uem Demand a Sura Test, Cincinnati, November t, IM1, . J. J. TtrTl.Rit. 1UKNT, SB) VIN STREET l Please aeud us laAdoaeu, quai ims, etc , of your a AUS.LBIUB aiiaiau jrtiU filt, and Bitch oblige . aulUBBT OLABEB A O0.. Wholesale Stationers. fir's Tasi asas, aiHsassa. aan-t SOLDIERS' CLAIMS. Ml. nANOTFII. ATTOHNEY-AT- LAW, No. ftT Want Thlrd-st., will proonra renniona ana oolleot arrrart of par and bounty. No char for conMiltatlon, or In any caM tin I est THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY...... ..JANCAKY 31 FIt Weeks for Fifty Cent. The Pailt Cincinnati I'mks la fnrntohei regu larly and promptly by onr carriers for Tin Csiiti a week ntb wrus for fifty cents. The other city papers cest fifty cents for rout wkks. The Paiss gives all the Regular Telegraph Dispatches; has more City Mews than the others and contains a digest of all the current news of the day omitting the long and dry details. In these times of trial t Tery body's pockets, the earing of a week's snb scriptloneach month Is an Item well worth consid ering. It is our Intention to make the Paces the People' Paver. AnvtaTiffFHrnTS vrt low. City News. MiTROBoiiCoicALOBsiBTATross By Henry Ware, No. 7 West Fourth-st., January 30: 0 clock. Barometer, Thermometer, 7 A. M .......20 AO Above aero at 12 M M Above aero 33 P. M TJ.67 Above aero-33 Job Primmer. These in want of neat and cheap job print- Inp;, can have it executed by calling at the Press OrncB. ETery description of Blanks and Blank Books manufactured at Bhort notice and at war prices. a of A he or In la a. of For long cane at. M- will the it and uaar Those wantine situations as teamsters should glance at our Want column. Pirson al. Paymaster W. H. Johnston armed in this city yesterday from Vir ginia. Cocntt Commissioners. No bills were audited by the Board this morning. - John Davis was discharged from the County Jail. Paying Off. A laree crowd of laborers were assembled at the Quartermaster Ship ment depot, on broad tray, below Columbia. this morning, to receive pay for work done at uamp uennison. Board of Improvement. All the membera who went to Columbus, to lay before the Legislature certain facts in relation to the sen-crage of the city, not having returned, no mucung oi me uoara was neia ims morn- icg. Exhibition or Woodward Mion Sch.iol. Tbe Semi-Annual Exhibition of Woodward ITiph School, will be held in Woodward mil. IrarjRIia-street. between Mam nnd Sjcamore, this afternoon at a quarter to two o'clock. Doors open at one o'clock. No re ferred seats. Tn best and cheapest boots and shoes are at Lawson & Co.'s, OG Fifth-street, near Vine. Thb Catholic TeUaravh savs that "Sister Margaret, who has charge of the Orphan urj tu.u a vuuiuiiudiiiiD will UU UaLUSJT next celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of her profession. Fifty years a good Sister of Cbaritj I A half century of good works- good thoughts good prayers! What is the glory of this world, what its riches, in com parison with such a life?'' Colonel Woodruff. Colonel W. J. Wil. ley was released by tbe Federal Court nt w Heeling, vs., on Monday, unon his Darole of hooor, with the understanding that he, Tcgeiaer.wiin a mr. rerguson, wno nas also been a prisoner at Wheeling for some time, are to go to Richmond and procure the re base of Colonel W. E. Woodruff, of the Second Kentucky Regiment, who is at present a prisoner at Columbia, S. C. Personal. We bad the pleasure yester day of meeting our esteemed friend Andrew P. Watd, Esq , after returning from the East, where he has been for three weeks paBt wandering in the company of his fair bride through the cities of the East New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Pittsburg, ic. We bid the happy pair wel come, and wish them prosperity and length ot days m tneir western nome. W. W. Wert, No. 154 Main street, sells boots and shoes on commission, at auction and retail at less tban cost. Western Abmort. The committee aD- Dointtd by the City Council, County Com missioners ana uuamoer ot tiommerce, nave returned from their excursion to Washing' ton. They report tbat tney naa interviews with tbe President and members of the Cabinet, all of whom expressed their prefer, ence for Cincinnati as the site of tbe pro posed Western armory, rittsburg, the only tormiaabie rival to tms city, is urging ner claims with great energy. The Congress ional committee being unable to agree, the President will appoint a commission to ex amine botn sites, and select the one having the best qualifications. A detailed report will be submitted to the City Council at their next session. The President and Sec retary of War assured the committee that there existed no intention oi removing tne government work from Cincinnati; but that. on the contrary, in their opinion, equity demanded that the West should equip and supply we Army oi tne west. Beukubeb that the lartreaL cheaDest and best stock of Hoots and Slioes is at Lawson k Co.'s, 96 Fifth-street, near Vine. Horbiblb The "local" of the Buffalo Commercial, in describing the late fire at St, James' Hotel, by which all the instruments and paraphernalia ot Mrs. Mat reel s urn sirel8 were destroyed, tnus drops from tne transcendent sublimity or exquisite vivid Den to a statement of a rather matter-of fact niece of information: ' "Tbe flumes clutched the curtains In their fiery grasp, making ashes of their folds as they swept upward; leaped to the drapery of tbe boxes ami above tbe stage, and illumi nated the ball with a grander light tban the red fire of tableaux ever made within it be fore; and then tbey slimly twined around tbe pillars aud galleries, and gnawed inrouga the ceiling and sported from the corners, and rolled in thick, licking, hungry volumes from tbe windows, laughing Horribly al tne pigmy streams trom tbe engines, wuica naa by this began lo play. "Ladies dresses suffered extensively, and we beard one poor girl tell her companion, with tears in her eyes, that she hadn't chmue to her back, not one I Go to W. W, Wert's auction-rooms. No. 104 Main-street, for cheap boots and shoes. Water works Mietino. The Board Tiusttes held their regular meeting yester day afternoon, all the members being present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, and tbe weekly schedule ot olaims, amounting to i.ifisu tf'J, waa al lowed and ordered paid, of which $11165 waa for weekly wages, $587 48 for salaries, and the balance tor sundry claims. Tbe following resolutions were adopted: "Jieeolvid. bv the Board of Trtutect. That the time tor the election of officers of the Works be changed so as to take place at tha first regular meeting of the Hoard in Decem ber of each year, instead of u heretofore; nt.d tbat the officers elected shall enter upon tle discharge of their several dr.tiei on fiist day of January following, aud continue in service for one year thereafter, unless from oflice b j order of the Board dur um said period ot election. "Meeolvea. Tbat tne term or olnce oi Superintendent, Engineer and Secretary, tbe Water collectors in Districts Nos. l. i. and 4, be and is hereby extended on the same terms and conditions as the original elec tions until December 31, looj." No further business was transacted, the Board adjourned. m i i Fob sood boots and shoes, go to Lawson Co., 96 Fifth-street, near Vin Bonn AMD Rhobb at Adotioe. W. WeiL No. 151 Main-street, sells boobj shoes at auotioa every day, retailing auction prices. ,f .. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT. Brown vt. Del and k Gossage. An action to recover for services M clerk in tbe store of defendants. The plaintiff had commenced in 1859, under a contract at tbe rate of $1,200 per BDrjum. Three months after the com mencement of tbe year he was discharged, the defendants claiming; they had good cause, that B. was disobedient, &c Judge Slorer held that the defendants were liable to pay for the full year, and after deducting amonnt of payments made, and tbe amount which plaintiff had received dur ing part of the time tnanother establishment, rendered a judgment for plaintiff. COMMON PLEAS. Jcrt Diraorkd. In the case of J. G. H ont ts. The Cincinnati, Lebanon and Xenia Railroad, the Jury not being able to agree, were discharged by Judge Carter. PROBATE COURT. VoLtHTMM Discharged. Wm. II Jordan and John E. Seidenberg were discharged, in a proceeding In habeui corpus, from the Filly second Regiment, on the ground of minority. PROBATE COURT. AMUSEMENTS Wood's Theater. Miss Julia Daly's en gagement terminates with to-morrow night. Since tbe appearance of this sprightly actress in our midst, she has won many friends and admirers, but sot as "Pamelia," in Our Ft- mate Amerxcan Comm. lo-nigbt she will be the recipient of a farewell benefit, appearing as "JoEephine," in The Child of the Regiment, and as "Pamelia." On Monday night Mr. Charles Bass will appear as "Falstaff," in jf he Merry ntvei of n mdtor, the manage. ment having secured bis services for a lim ited engagement. Natiokal Treater. The Midniahl Anael drew a very good house last evening. It could sot well be otherwise with such a stock company, embracing so much artistic talent. The above beautiful drama will be repeated to-night. WiNcnELL. Do not forget the afternoon entertainment of the inimitable drollerist to morrow at Smith k Ditson's Hall. The pro gramme is decidedly rich, embraeing changes and novelties most interesting. of ' tne tne and a , and r t W. and at Folice Court. There were eighteen cases on tbe docket this mornine. ratricn Kinney was up on tne cbarse of committing an unprovoaea assault upon an old man named Samuel Fowler, engineer at Cooper's bakery, corner of Walnut and Water streets. The old man was engaged in adjusting a steam pipe in the street in front of tbe bakery, when be was suddenly attacked by the ruffian, who struck him on tbe torenead witb a piece or the pipe, lie was sentenced to ten days' imprisonment in tbe county dungeon, on bread and water, and required to pay a fine of $25. Accused was then arraigned on tne charge of as saulting a young man named Henry Lotts at tbe same time and place as tbe above, for wbicn be was ordered to be imprisoned in the diDgeon for five days, and pay a fine of $20. We are of the opinion that Kinney will not be anxious to exercise his "muscle" soon again. Kichaid McNally was arrested for beatinsr a boy named John Heckler, in the same locality tbat Kinney's exploit took place. He was bned i20, and sentenced to tbree days confinement in the onnty dungeon. 1 homos Jones, William Harris and John Milton, the latter a lad of twelve years, and tbe otheis young men, were before the Court, charged with stealing $20 in money from a woman named Harriet Kelly, in the Fifth street Market, yesterday morning. They were not ready for trial, and the case was continued until Monday next. The lad was sent to the House of Ketuge until that time, and the other two were required to enter into bonds of $250 each for their appearance. Mrs. Ann weaver was provided with boardiDg at the School-house for five days at tbe expense of the city. uobert welch was arraigned on tne charge of assault and battery, committed on James loony. This case grew out or a quarrel amoog tbe sboe-nttets in a large establish ment on Fourth-street. Accused was fined $5 and costs. baran ccott was sent to the City Prison for thirty days, on the charge of disorderly conduct. William Yost and James Wilson were up on the charge of malicious destruction property. After a patieat investigation tbe case, it was discovered that there was not a particle of evidence against tbe accused, and they ware discharged, the plaintiff, Fred. Kamp, being required to pay the costs prosecution. rneouore uoiaen was nnea $iu lor com mitting an assault and battery upon a woman. John Tousey was fined $5 on the charge disorderly - conduct, rrancis xoung, vag rancy, sent to the City Prison for six days. James Caffield, driving on sidewalk, fined $2. The case of Alexander Porter, charged with stealing $84 worth of pocket-knives, was continued until Monday, and bail at $000. A Rcsh fob Office. Collector Enoch Carson bas been overwhelmed for a week two past with persons applying for positions as Revenue Olheers on board steamers leav ing, this nort for points below Louisville. Mr. Carson merely transferred a few of deputies, who were performing other duties, to the boats bound down the river, and had no intention of strengthening his already large force of assistants. Tbe impression abroad, however, that the Collector of Dort had a laree number of fat offices to dis pose of, and the consequence wag that appli cants swarmed around him so thick and tbat be was unable to transact any business, being kept busy from morning till night explaining to tne greedy norae oi omce seekers that be had no places for them. Seme dayi the rush at the Custom-house was so great tbat even toe uiems were riouslv hindered from performing their ties. The tide bas slackened considerably during the past two or three day, but every now and then Borne patriotic individual loves bis country dearly nd is willing to crifice many comforts and inconveniences seive her in office may be seen in front the desk in the Custom-house, watching opportunity to button-bole the Cullector. Mr. Caron desires ns to notify all oflice seek ers that he bas no place for them. Sanitary Commission. The Sanitary Commission huld their regular meeting evening, witb a fair representation of mem bers. The minutes of tbe previous meeting been read, Mr. Foadick stated that bad been twelve cases sent forward, at representation of Dr. Massey, for the use tbe hospitals in Kentucky twelve filled with articles most necessary for the of tbe sick. The committee appointed to investigate the frauds practiced upon the army in articles ot coffee and any other supplies, asked for further time on account of sickness in the family of one of the committee. Vice-President Hoadly submitted his of tbe Address of the Commission, which was adopted. Mr. Wilstacb suggested that Judge Hoadly be appointed a committeee to prepare short address for general newspaper publi cation in Southern Ohio, Southern Indiana and Western Pennsylvania. Mr. W. that be believed there was not a paper any ot these sections but would publish such an address willingly. Tbe suggestion, takinrr the form of a resolution, was adopted. Mr. Robins read a very able report on sanitary condition of tbe army, which accepted and ordered to be filed. Dr. Mendenhall reported, in behalf f special committee, adverse to an attempt I raise money tor the uses of the society enoaoino a lecturer Who was willing to tbe commission at the rate of $50 per for bis services. After tbe transaction of soma other tbe commission adjourned. Fob tbb Kaeawha. The steamers and Roet UomLUton will leave this for tha Kanawha River. A of soldiers bave secured passage, and take their departure with the steamers. A Masqueradir im TaocBLi. This morn ing, about four o'cleck, the attention of the police in the neighborhood of the Hammond- street Station-house was attracted by loud noises in tbe direction ot fcjeamore and Third. Hastening to tbe spot, tbey found a man who was attired in such a strange cos tume tbat tbey tbonght probably he was an inhabitant of another world. His pants were very close fitting ones, and were per fectly white, with kuee buckles. Over his shoulders he wore a cloak of some kind, the cut of which was entirely new to the officers. His lint was as large as a small washlng-tnb, and altogether his ppearance was very ludi crous to tbe gnardiaos of the night, who were greatly puzzled to know what to make of tbe man. He was very drunk, and si ou ted every moment at the top of his voice. He was conveyed to tbe station-house, where be was looked upon with great wonderment by the balance of tbe prisoners, one of whom, an Irishman, declared that it was "Jiff Davis, spurs an' all." We forgot to mention that tbe strange in dividual wore high topped boots, with spurs attached. This morning the prisoner had sobered Sufficiently to give an intelligible account of himself. lie was a "matquerade," bad gone to a ball on Broadway, where he personated the character of some nobleman or other, and got gloriously drunk on bad wine. In this dilemma he was found by tbe watchmen. He was very penitent, and btp ged hard to be let off, but was compelled to walk through the Btreets this morning from the station-house to the Police Court, where a small fine was assessed against him by Judge Baffin, A Government Costhactor off for Se cessia. A gentleman who has been a resi dent of this city for several years past, though of Southern birth, disappeared about tbree weeks ago in a very mysterious manner, which led some of his friends to suspect that perhaps he had met with foul play, or that some causalty had befallen him. He was a Government contractor and had some twenty bands in his employ, some of whom be still owes. He left bis place of business one day to go into a neighboring Btreet, and has not since been seen.. A few days ago, however, it was whispered around that tbe delinquent contractor had turned up in " Dixie land." Whether it is true or not, we are unable to say, but think it not at all unlikely, as the gentleman was pretty strongly Southern in bis principles, notwithstanding he had a fat contract from the Government, from which be realized a good round sum. He also has relatives holding high positions in the Rebel army, and he is doubtless, ere this, sporting the sword and epau'etg bimself. ' Bad Ciikditior. Lawrence-street from Front to the Newport ferry landing is in a terribly muddy condition, and pedestrians who are compelled to wade ankle deep through tbe accumulated mud and filth utter maledictions, fearful to bear, upon the gen tleman who owns tbe property. Mr. Walls, who is a resident of our sister city, and who we understand claims the above described real estate, would confer an inestimable favor upon the public, by improving the walk so, at least, no more accidents may happen there. Three coal carts, each having three horses attached; four market wagons, five mules, eleven borss, not to mention numerous lit tle children, have been seen to disappear, in tne uniatnomabie aeptns ot tne iiawrence- street mud. Twkhty SEVENTH Ohio. Lieutenant Col- onel H. Kennett will leave on Monday next, to rejoin bis command tbe Twenty-seventh Ohio, in Missouri. At Winchell's entertainment to-morrow afternoon ladies will be admitted for fifteen cents, and children for ten cents. Cheap fun. COVINGTON NEWS. of of of of Wincbell This greatest of all humorists was greeted by a large audience last evening, who were highly delighted. He gives an other entertainment to night at the same place. We advise all our readers to be on band. Departed. Deputy United States Sur veyor E. H. Samuel left this morning in his official capacity for St. Louis, ou the Bteamer Ht. Cloud, we understand tbat this boat refused to take a Surveyor, according to law, but finding that they could not proceed further than Louisville without one, were compelled to submit to the requirements in such cases made and provided. Arrest of an Alleged Traitob. We learn that Esquire Lucas, a wealthy and in fluential citizen of Grant County, was ar res'ed at Williamstowo on Monday last by (quad of soldiers, detailed from Colonel VY arner's Regiment. Esquire Lucas is the ex-eberiff of Grant County, and was formerly a ReDresentative in the Kentucky Legisla ture. We did not learn the specific charges upon which be was arrested. On Dit. It is rumored that the Covington Postmaster is about to be superseded. Mr. H. Cummings is spoken of as tbe "coming NEWPORT NEWS. T. or bis got the fast in se du who sa to of bis last bay ing there the of cases use tbe re vision Decease op a Rbbel Prisoner One the wretched specimens of rebel mortality, who made part o: tne lot or seventeen pris oners brought down tbe Ohio River a short time since, by tbe steamer Emma, died at the Barracks yesterday. Convalescing. C. F. Beyland, formerly this city, wno was almost tatuliy wounded by a rifle ball, a few weeks since, at Charles ton, Va., is, we are glad to learn, almost en tirely recovered from tbe effects of the wound. He will shortly be enabled to resume duties as clerk in tbe Quartermaster's De partment. Newport Council Proceedings. License to keep coffee-houses were granted to followine persons: Wm. Uorman, at lib: M.Caldwell, at $20; 0. W. B. Wagner Peter Bieitb, at $15 each. An ordinance increasing the salary of Market Master from $100 to $200 per annum was passed. His duties nave also been ma teriallv increased. A Dote of tbe Northern Bank, amounting to $973 15, was ordered to be paid. Increase or Coffee booses in Oub City. A great deal of remark is occasioned among some of our most respectable citizens, at rapid increase of drinking saloons in midst, from two to six licenses Deing grauwu tnr tms mimosa at everv uietuiuir ui ouuuui. While members of the Council are doubtless rloKirnna of increaaiDB? the school fund in tui munnar as much as possible, tbev should also remember tbat by allowing so many these d aces to be established, tney are put tino-aereat temptation in the way of youlh of our city, which must eventually CUU HI mvruiuui uinuj, UU vevu " doors of poverty and crime. Not Contraband. U. S. Surveyor Carson desires ns to say that tbe box of military coats seized by Deputy Ed. Mariana, at Newport Ferry yesterday, are not contra band goods. Tbey were being sent to New port tor tbe purpose of being completed, were part of a Government contract made by Messrs. Msck k Worms. -a stated in the was of a to by aid night buii nets, Dun Uith af ternoon number will "TJudeb which Kino, Benzohun." Con versing to-day with an officer who has charge of the foraging expedition from Oitor ville, Mo., he informs us tbat if you meet ceero and ask him, "Whose hay-stacks those?" he will reply, "Masea's." "Well, what is be Union or Seceah?" The invariably is, "He's boff, massa, boff." Russell, of tbe London Time; is actually "packing up to go." He bas engaged in the Cunard steamer Arabia. said tbat he will employ tbe few remaining days of his sojourn here in hunting up terrible mob wbicn was io periorm shocking things if Mr. Lincoln decided give up Blidell and Mason. Tbe Rock field (III ) Republican sayi: unusually large number of otters and have been eaptored thus far during the on Rock Kiver, the Pacatonica and One of our Rockford fur Informs us tbat tbe amount realized by pers can not fall short ol Bi.uou." [From the Dubuque (Iowa) Times.] Musing of a Gentleman of the Old School. Tbe Ohio is up. Cincinnati Oazette. Is it? And what is it up for? What does it ask? What office does it want? Win. are Its quslifications? What are its ante cedents and proclivities ? Is it conservative or radical ? Does it go in for the President against the TJltralsts, or for the Ultraists without caring a fig for tbe President? Is it in favor of prosecuting tbe war to put down tbe rebellion and restore the Union, or does it boldly declare for over-riding the Constitution and carrying on a fratricidal war for the extermination of slavery ? Does it wink at gigantic frauds in high place., at the shameless peculations and mammoth swindles of contractors and office holders, or is it a reformer and in favor of returning lo the pristine purity of the early fathers of tbe Republic ? "The Ohio is up." Up where ? Up among the hills In the high places, sporting in tbe pure air among old primeval woods, end the rocky fastness of nature? Up where the old for ests stand in all their grandeur ? Up among the mountain ranges of the Alleghanies, where tbe deer and the elk, the panthers and wild things dwell; where tbe sound of the woodman s ax or the crack of the wood man's rifle bave not Invaded tbe silence of nature, or frightened them from their rang ing places? Up where the trout sports in the brooks and running streams, hid in under-shelving rocks, or playing in the noisy ripples, or sleeping in the deep, still places. ''The Ohio is up.'' Up where again? Is it above par and rising? In whose bands is it? In tbe brokers or stock-jobber's ? Is it among the glittering hoard of the miser's strong box, or bas it been hypothecated by some one trembling on the verge of bankruptcy? Do tbe Bulls and Bears rejoice in its "upward tendencies?" Are its paying qualities sure? Is it a twi nty per center, a solid thing, a thing to invest in? Or is it a "faucy" puffed up by the "Bulls" to be torn down by tbe "Hears ( is it a permanent thing to etnwl a pressure, or will it burst like a bubble when a tight time shall come ? Is it paya ble Oil demand, or does it run twenty years with a semi annual-dividend? Will it be kept at par, or will the Shylocks, whose patriotism is gauged by their balance sheet, throw it out ? Catechism for Little Rebels. the C.S. Navy? A. Tbe "Mosquito." Q. What is the Mosquito celebrated for? A. For its Hum. Q. Who is iu Hum? A. Commander Hollins. Q. Which would you prefer fer mail-clad vessels, to iron or steel plate them ? A. I would prefer to steal plate. Q. If closely pursued by Yankees, yet forced to encamp, where would you pitch your tents? A. Pitch 'em away and run like thunder. 0 Suppose the Yankees should send you an officer with a flag of truce, how would you receive him ? A. Stick him and take bis watch. Q. In your opinion how could this war have been prevented? A. By killing all the fools. Q. W hat is a great victory ? A. Any fight in which we are not badly licked. Q. What attitude does England assume toward America just now ? A. A lying attitude, (J Which Generals have been most sue- ceeeful so far, the Northern or the Southern? A. Tbe southern. Q Why so ? A. BicauBe they have succeeded in all they have tried to do. tj And wnat nave tbey tried to do ( A. Nothing. Q Do you know of any Southern pro duct tbat can affect the destinies of the Con federacy more tban Cotton ? A. i es, one. Q What is it? A. Htmp. a of of his tbe J. and the the our of the the and had a are re ply he's pas sage is that sucu to "An minks win ter, Kiah wabkea. dealers trap An army officer in Western Virginia was caught the other day in an unpleasant dilem ma. Two women arrived at Grafton, each claiming to be the wife of a Captain W., of the Federal army, and met in the Captain's tent. The Wheeling Intelligencer gives the upshot of tbe affair thus : Captain W. came in, and seeing in a mo ment that he was in for it, beat a retreat. The nice young woman gathered up her traps Bi d in less time than it has taken us to write this "ower true tale," was on ber way back to Grafton in the same ambulance which had brought Mrs. W. to Beverly, and herself and tbe Captain to grief. But Mrs. W. was all tbat ber dress and bearing denoted ber, and instead of being satisfied with the young woman s departure, intormea tne uoionel ot tbe regiment of all tbat bad occurred, and after effectually exposing ber husband, and denouncing him as a disgrace to tbe uniform be wore, put back: after tbe nice young wo man, whom she threatened to eat np alive and then apply for a divorce. Here is a convincing argument. It is only those who preach hard their sermons that strike sinners to conviction : My brethren and sisters : ef a man's full religion, you can't hurt him. There was the three Arabian children ; tbey put 'em in fiery furnace, betted them seven times better .1 1. 1 ,1 U. V. ... n .1 I j;.1n ninna tban it could be bet, and it didn't singe bar on toeir neaasi Ana mere was jonn, the Evangeler; they put him and where do you think, brethren and sisters, they put Aim t Why, they put him in a caladronic bilin' ile, and biled him all night, and it didn't fate bis shell I And there was Dan'el; they - ... i .1 i i. - put mm lnio a lion s ueu ana wiui, my fellow travelers and respected auditors, yon think be was put into the lion's den for? Vbv. for praying tbree times a day. Don't be alarmed, brethren and sisters; I don think any of you will ever get into a lion's den." Fbesh Maplb Molasjss A correspondent of Field Hole gives the following: Maple .molasses, well made and put np cans right from tbe kettle, and hermetically sealed, as you would can and seal fruits, will keep as fresh as when first boiled from sap; and tbis is decidedly the best plan keeping, as when made in cakes, if exposed to the air, it will lose somewhat of tbe pecu liarly delightful flavor for which it is prieed, and is often injured by insects. this is obviated by canning while hot. many families who do not make it on a large scale, this need be but little expense, as cans tbat bave been emptied through winter can be used until autumn truits them again. Put up your best in way. W nere large quantities are maze market, the buyers must seleot and can themselves. Tbe Rockingham (Va.) Register, of a date, growls terribly about the draft, says of tbe people : They will not submit to a draft. tbey volunteered, and came willingly to defense of their homes, and they are willing to do it again. Remember what I say. this bill becomes a law, the volunteers ley down their arms, and see where power of tbe Convention is to drive into service. Wht Not? An exctianue Duer says: is proposed to employ females in the General Posioffice in London." We suppose Government has just ascertained tbe portant fact tliat it requires jcmaiA w the mar( mails.) Tha Hartford iej savs that about bov a dav. on an average, breaks bis or leg;, or arm, or neca, oy carelessness recklessness in suaing down ma, in ent portions ol Connecticut. Lieutenant-Colonel N orris, of the Indiana cavalry, In General Nelson's now in Kentucky, has resigned, gone to Washington. He is a eaptain in regular army. Tha inlendid orav charcer ridden by licofter in the Mill Spring fight was mounted V, Colonel Fry. after bis horse was shot disabled. The horse fairly belongs to Colonel ai the "spoils of war." Catechism for Little Rebels. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH NOON DISPATCHES. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS LATE SOUTHERN ITEMS. THE PRIVATEER CALHOUN BURNT. 15,000 FEDERAL TROOPS ACROSS GREEN RIVER. Capture of the Schooner Wilder. The Federals Killed in the Picked up on the Beach. The British Consul Claims her as a British Vessel. An Agent to Recover the Remains of Colonel Cameron. Gen. Heintzelman to Command Another Expedition South. Important Movement in the West Hourly Expected. GEN. LANE Sinking of the Stone Fleet in Maffit's Channel. The Ecricsson Iron Battery Launched. of a a a of do t Boston, January 30. In tbe House to day a bill in relation to the rending of the bible in tbe schools, was passed, requiring tbat Eome portion of it shall be read daily, omitting the words in the common English version, so that the Doway version may be read if the school committee require it. The ship-of-the line Vermont was com missioned to day, and will soon leave for Port Royal under command of Captain Baldwin. She is thoroughly fitted for a (tore and hospital ship, and carries an arma ment of four C4 poun,-:s and twenty 32 pounders. New YonK, January 30. The Africa, from Liverpool the 18th, and Queenstown 13lh, is below. Tbe following dispatches are taken from Southern papeie: Acgubta.Ga., January 27. The Savannah Morning Ntws, of this date, says tbat thirteen Federal vessels, seven of which were steam ers of war, reported off Skiddaway Island festerday. Fifteen were also seen from Fort ulaski bound southward. Tbe Confederate steamers Savannah and St.'Johnt have reconnoitered Wall's Cut, and found the enemy trying to remove the ob structions placed in tbat. locality. The Con federates discharged muskets at tbe Yankees. v. ho fled, leaving their provisions, bedding, Diunaets, ac Augusta, Ga., January 28 Intelligence from bavannau states mat six f ederal ves sets entered tbe river yesterday back of Little Tybee, and passed np to the north end of Wilmington Island, trying to cut off communication between Fort Pulaski and Savannah. The enemy shelled Wilmington Island and fired on the Confederate steamer Ida, but done no injury. Commodore Tatnall's fleet was at Thun derbolt, but arrived safe at Savannah. Fort Pulaski has provisions enough to last them six months. Tbe New Orleans Crescent says the steamer Calhoun entered a Louisiana port on Thnrs dny night, where she accidentally burst her 1 . T j 1 11 ni i ii uuner uuu un'Hiuo uumnungeuuie. lueap' tain, fearing a capture, burned the vessel, The cargo was very valuable. Shortly after tbe commencement ef hostilities, the Calhoun was bxed up at New Orleans as a privateer. She made several trips, succeeding in bring ing in a numoer or ricn prizes. The printing office of the Sumter Remib lican, at Americus Galen, was destroyed by nre. Mobile, January 20. Tbe Register states tbat a private diBpatcn from I'ensacola an nounces the safe arrival there of a Confed' erate schooner. The schooner Jesse Richmond, while at tempting to run the blockade, got aground. Tbe captein and crew abandoned her and burned the vetsel, including about 150 bales ot cotton. Nashville, January 2G. Private dis patches from Bowling Green announce 15,000 Federals crosed Green River yester day. Baton Rocoi, January 21. The Gov. ernor to day sent to the Legislature his veto of the bill to loan to the cotton planters $7,000,000 of State Treasury-notes. This settles the Question, as there is not a sufti cient majority for it in either Honse to pass it over the veto. The Mobile Tribune of the 26th states that there bave been nine Federal bodies picked up on tbe beacb, killed tiy our men in tbe taking of tbe schooner Wilder, and exoresses the opinion that at least thirty of the enemy were killed on tbat occasion. The British Consul at Mobile has sent a messenger by Hag ot truce to demaud tue liberation ot tue schooner Wilder, which is claimed as a British vessel. [Special Dispatch to the New York Tribune.] tbe for so All To the tbe de mand this ror Washington, January 30 A request has bfen prepared, through General Wool to tbe rebel military authorities in Richmond, to permit an agent to visit tbe fluid of Bull Run to obtain the remains of Colonel James Cameron and bring tbem to Pennsylvania. Tbe act establishing the Court of Claims will be amended by mnkiug its decision found upon the concurrence of tbree judges with a limit ot appeals to the United Status Supreme Uourt and tne ai"aouity ot uon- - i : - rr l L. : 1 1 . i gressmen to pracuce iu it. iuo uui lur tma purpose win uo presemvu iu-iuurruw. C. B. Waite bas been appointed Justice of Utah [Special Dispatch to the New York Times.] late and the If will the them "It the im one head. or aiuer Second Divi sion, and the Zol and the The House Committee on tbe Pacific Rail road met to-day and determined to report a bill, but without recommending its passage or rejection. Uenerai nione arriveu utro we.;, iur vue purposo of appearing before the Committee on the Conduct of tbe War. It is supposed that h will not return to Poolesville, as he bas expressed a wish to be relieved ot bis commatjd. Tha Herald s dtaoatcn says uenerai ueioi- relman, it is said, is to be placed in command of a new and grand expedition to tbe South, tbe details of wbicn are as jet Kept secret. Tbe President and General McClellan are hourly in expectation of important military movements in Missouri, Kentucky and Ten nessee. . Geteral Hunter's Droclamation to his troops, tbat b 5 will command the expedition ih nla.m in tieraou. i bailed here by n.ilitHr-v man as ma omen of success. General l .ne'a eYnediiion. about which so much has been said, was -only in the imagination of Uenerai Lane himself, and was nevereumor i.A hv the President or General McClellan Central Lane, when commissioned by tbe President, waa informed tbat he woald act es a subordinate oincer to uenerai nuniar, .nd not indmendent of him. General Una tr will probably command the division Poolesville. New Youk, January 31. Tha Times' tot respondent oa board tba steam-transport Catauba, which arrived at Annapolis on the 2Uin met., bas soma interesting particuutri relative to the sinking of the second Eton in Maflit's Channel, one of the entrance Charleston Harbor. Operations were delsyed by the stormy weather until Saturday, when the vesnels were dismasted andsu ik in the same manner those in the main channel. Xaw York, January 31. The floating iron battery which bas lieon building for the three months for tbe Government by Captain Krricssor, at .GreenpjinU Long Islaad, was yesterday lannched in tbe pres. of a large crowd. There have been bnt one hundred working days since the date of contract. Tho battery will be ready for service in over a week. Tbe Richmond Dispatch, of Wednesday, denies the importance of the point gained our fleet, and says that even when it gets Savannah, it will not have accomplished much : thus admitting tbat Savannah is lost. Our fleet may burn Savannah, it adds, but what then? It is not a place ot much im portance has no cotton nor specie, and in is not as big as New York. Arrival of the Steamer Africa. New York, January 31. The Bteamer Africa, from Liverpool the 18 ih and Queens town 19th, arrived here tbis morning, with dajs later advices. Great Bihtaih. Tbe Commissioners of Customs bad received orders to permit free exportation of all articles, agiinst which prohibitions were recently issued. It reported tbat Lord Russell in response a memorial from Liverpool Ship-owners A&ociation in reference to the s'one block of Charleston, said be sent a dispatch in December warning the Geveroment at Washington against the ill-feeling that such proceeding would engender, and also that would lead to the opinion that a recon struction of tbe Union was considered hope Usp. After tbe design was carried out he sent another dispatch, erpre?siog strong hopes tbat tbe sinking of vessels filled with stone would not be repeated elsewhere. It was rumored tbat the French and other Gov ernments were taking similar steps in this connection. Tbe London Morning Post rejoices at the eneral condemnation of the act of sinkinz tbeEe stone vessels, and says that it is rous ing European governments to a common sentiment, and asks why more forbearance should be shown America than was the case when Belgium was reorganized, particularly, as Holland was never guilty of the barbari ties committed by tbe Ualnnet at Wash- ngton. ibe suspension ot specie payments con tinued to be the theme of gloomy prognosti cations for the Northern States. Tbe London Vaitu Acics. in reviewincr Mr. Seward's Trent dispatches, savs that. although it contains mucb that is question able in law, its main positions are certainly oaseu ou acKnowieagea legal principles. More diplomatic correspondence had been published, including a letter from Mr. Sew ard to tne t-eeretary ol tbe Wavy, condemn ing in strong terms the fuct that the British Echooner James Campbell wai ttken into iNew rorKwitn tbe untisn nag tljtng un der tbat of the United States, and another note condemning an American Commander for extracting an oath from British seamen lor a breacb ot tbe o'ocsade tnat tney would not undertake similar proceedings again, and relieving the s atnen from the ob ligations of tbe oaiU. ibe .London Observer suggests tne expedi ency of an intervention by France and En gland between the Federal and Confederate Slates of North America. Such an act would be approved by the whole world. 1 be intervention would be gladly accepted by the Confederate States, and would give satisfaction to every man of the Northern States who bas any thing to lofe. Our Government and tbat ot r ranee will be called upon, therefore, to repeat what was done in tbe esse ot ureece and lurtey. AO one can doubt our power or tbe benefi cial effect of such an intervention. River News. Pittsbcbo, January 31. River thirteen feet by the pier-mark and falling. Weather clear and cool. New York Market. New York, January 31. Receipts of Flour 6,9u!) brls., and the market firm, with a moderate demand: sales of 8,000 brls. at $5 45(3,5 55 for snperfioe State; $5 755 80 for extra State; $5 45(0,5 55 for superfine Western: j lOGirj bj lor common to me dium extra Western, and $5 05G for ship ping brands extra round-noop unto, uana dinn Flour firm: Bales of 500 brls at $5 45tjJ 5 55 for supeiline, and $5 70G 75 for com mon to choice extra. Rye Flour steady at $3 30(ai4 25. Tbe receipts of w beat are 1,088 busbeis: the market is about lc. better; business lim ited: sales ot 0,000 busbeis amner ancbigan at $1 4G; a very small supply offering. Rye firm at 8385o. Barley scarce and firm, with cales of DUO bushels Slate at 8530c Corn turner, with sales of 20,000 bushels at 64G55. for mixed Western. Oats dull at 4142c. for Canadian, West ern and State. Pork unchanged: sales of 250 brls. at $12 13 for mess, and $12 5013 for prime. Beef quiet and firm. Cut Meats dull and firm at $44 60 for Western. Lard dull and heavy: sales 550 brls. at Vi Butter ll15c. for Ohio and 1621o. for State. Cbeeee steady at 5(cjj7c. Whisky quiet and nominal at 2324c. Cincinnati Produce Market. [Furnished by the Merchants' Exchange.] FRIDAY EVENING, January 31. at WHEAT The supply of Wheat is better and the market is dull, but we have no change to report in prices, and quote prime red at 8790c , and prime white at 95c.l, the latter rate for Kentucky : the sales since our last were 300 busbeis prime red at 90o. itolieoreil 900 Ac An. An. on landincr at 88s : I 300 do. do. white at 95c , and 800 do. choice Kentucky wbite at $1 on tue landing. CORN The demand continues good, ana tbe market is firm at 29a. for ear at the lower depots : 0,000 busbeis sold, to arrive, 29 OATS Are nncbanged and steady; wo quote tbem at 28c. in bulk. Ki r, KeniaiDB as last qtioieu; aoc. la freely offered for prime samples, on arrival, but holders generally ask 52(u,53c BAULKY A continued good demand lor prime qualities, and the market rules firm at 42(u,43o., for spring, and 5052c for fall. U A i Tigbt pressed, oi a prime quality, readily commands $1313 50, on arrival. It is wantrd for the army. Loose pressed is dull at $12. CHEKSE The market is unchanged ana firm. We quote Western Reserve at b6io., tne latter rate tor eeiecieu. BUTTER The demand continues fair for the best grades, and the market is steady at l;(.i,l-li'.; common to gooa is uun at ui'yiuu. AFl'Ll'-S The market is steady, at i ov 2 50 per barrel for fair to prime qualities on arrival, and $23 from store. . ' POTATOES Prime qualities are in ngni supply, and the market is firm, at 40o. on ar rival, and 4DC. from store. FLOU K Tne maraet remmus uuu suta heavy and tbe demand quiut light. Superfine $4 It (3.4 15, and extra $4 W&l 20. Family and leiicy range irom WIllhKY A eood demand at full prices: sales of 700 brls. at lGiUiJic, the latter rate for wagon. HUGS The market bas not changed; the demand is quite light, but the number on the market la small, ana noiaers, inereiore, nrnt at $3 15(3)3 35, extra heavy being held at $3 40; receipts, 1,700. ws bare ao saiei to report. , , . PROVISIONS Mem Pork is firm and holders not disposed to sell below $'0, which, is 25c. above the views of buyers; 400 brls. sold last evening at $9 Lard dull and heavy, and little or no demand; It is offered at oV-jfiic&o. . , . , , Bulk Meats dull; there is no demand, and price are nominal at 2(y.4c for Shoulders aud Side. ' GKOCKR1E3 The market is nncbanged and quiet. Molasses 43(45o.; Sugar B SHc foi Cuba, and KKyilOo, fc , Sew Or leans, Ld Coffee iPKQjlOv , , . , '