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is - ,LAST ,EliITION. 4 BY TELEGRAPH. OMAHA, NEB.. Nara 13.The Black Hills lever in this section is increasing, and an expedition is titling out at Choy. lenne. The distance of the mining coun ;try from Cheyenne is 200 miles 100 3mies through settled nountry, and9good wood and water. , titago "truck. , BALTIMORE, March 111.--A Detective from Philadelphia telegraphs that he will be here to-night to take charge of Minnie Arinstrong and Arabella Mingle, tire stage.sivuek school girls who are bold in the Marshal's office in this city. , , Tweed's Cosa ' itEW YORK, March 18.--Tweed's coun sel bas taken an appeal from the deci sien of the Supreme t,ourtyestekday on the writ of habeas. corpus. The case will be argued in tlie Court of Appeals March 22, a writ of error having been granted to day by 5ludge Donoluie. , Finunclai WASBINGTON, D. C., Mar Ch Rational Bank currency received for re demption during the vveek amounts to ta,t83,000. Treasury receipts to-day $806,- 515, of which 093,067 was for customs. The Natioual Bauk circulation now out standing amounts to,C:49,202,489, to se cure which the Treasury holds 004003,- kal in U. 13. Wads. Meunier bunk. ' NEW ORLEANS, March 13..News bab jtis.thCeil-receivt;d here et the bluking of hneetiug- was called order and Mr. the otertner B. H. Hurtt, which left here ' James White elected Temporary Chnir yesterday. The Clerk, Harry Hendren, iman and Wm. Lusbyjr.; Secretary. was drown, and eleven deck-hands, who 1 J...11. Redmond bud John Cook were can not be found, are supposed to. have nominated as,Permattent Chairman df the shared the same fate. I Committee. The Note resulted in the - The RIM, sunk at Island 102, but noth ing us to the cause has jet transpired. , --.-.. End of the Fonteroy-lrork Matter. CHICAGO, 'March 18.A special from Topeka, Kansas, says that the $7,000 package of money which figured so very prominently in the York-Pomeroy expo.' sure, and which has been a continual ' cause of contention was finally disposed, ot to-day. The Altorney -General de eided that the State had no right or title torthe looney, and that the several ac, lions pending for the recovery ot the 'same have been dismissed. The custodian-has turned it over to Pomeroy, pay ing out oi it the costs incurred in the prosecution ot the bribery suit against laini,.amountilig to $2,000. This is under stood to be the end of the whole matter, end that the crimiiral suit against Pnine toy will be disnlissed. LATEST LOCAL. ' A N.YATER.MAIN burst at the corner of lift h and bi ain streets this morning, and workmen are employed la making ttie necessary repairs. THE trial of Sanderson. tbe Springfield PtÑ,-oilice clerk, was closed to-day and a verdict rendered for the defense, acquit ting Mr. Sanderson tit the charges against him. THE secend Of a 'series ot Sabbath. sellout Concerts will be given by the Sabbath-school, in the First Universalist , shurch. Plum,street, to-morrow evening, at 7 o'clock. The public are cordial, luVited. ' , . CLIAELES STONE, a lad ef.10, years, , ....-. , , LATEST' LOCAL. Marriage' Licenses. ' , , . ' A WATER.MALN burst at the corner of The following marriage licenses were lift h and N ain streets this morning, and issued Once our last reportt , workmen are employed in making tile charies T. Dumont, Jr., and Kate G. necessary repairs. - . Wilkerson, Herman Pelhasky and Carrie THE trial of Sanderson. tbe Springfield C. Fieber, John Uhlman and Lizzie AlfPot-eilice clerk, was closed to-tlay and a 'Der, ,Fred 13011'1111g and 'Barbara Koerz Verdict rendered for the defense, acquit- dotter, Isaac M. Carrigan and Mariela ling NI Sanderson ot the charges Kincella, Albt- Naylor and Fanny Ward, egainst him. August Rechterman and Cornelia Sier ' THE secOnd Of a Series ot Sabbath. weitit, (leo. Schata and Minnie Stmt. ker, David Bard and Margaret McBride, vollool. Concerts will be FIVON hy tue Sal). rdt. J. 'Maloney and Mary A. Davie, bath-school, in the . First Uulversalist Christ. Muller and lienrietia 'llagie church, riumatreet, toemorrow evening . -,. . meter, w ni. cessmann and KAtie Birly, ut 7 o'clock. The public are cortliali; iuVited. . ' ' ''.. Junks Steuart and Carrie L. Moore, . ... L . Bernhard SRAM& and Nary Ziper, C. L. CsARLES ' STONE, a lad or-16. years, Thrush and 'della S. Sileraanies Camp while Mailing ducks in a skiff this morn- beil and Carrie Alwesneyer, Edward II. log opposite Fulton,- accidentally .sh,ot Morgan and Nary , E. Edmiston, George . the arm, - causing a, painful ' fiésb wound. Medical aid was summon '.ed and his wound attended to. THE Executive Committee of the Ken Wear State Grange held a ineeting,at the Merchants' Hotel this.morning, to consiLt, with our merchants in regard to locating a -Purchasing Agency tor mein hero of the Order in Northerndientucky. Nothing oi ieterest, however, was done is the matter. - .THE Queen of the West Building As sociation of Cincinnati filed its articles o( incorporation in tile, Omni), itecord er's to-day. ,The capital stock is $SU0,060, divided into shares of $42b each. C.. F. Waldapfel, John Rolfe, P.' Stein birgen, I'. ragels and rhilip S. Goodwill are the Trustees. , UNcLit Jonx ROBEssoN, the veteran showman, has this atternoon decided to run for the dice of Mayor ot Cincinnati. The subject has been urged ,upou for some time by his friends, hut be bad not decided upon a course tintil 8 o'clock to-day, when he gave his consent to appear on the track., The animals will , now be stirred up,- and the show will be lively both in ring and out of it. No one ' knows better than Uncle John, how to manage a big can vas or handle the ropes, and as for work as the polls end handling tickets, who , ,, understands that better than a showman of fifty years experience? COVOnelðs Inquests. Corener Maley this morning held an inquest on the. body.olthe unknown man found dead at Mrs. Jacobs' boarding house, No. 09 John street, day belore yesterday, tinder apparent mysterious circumstances. Front Om testimony t iered, it was ascertained that his name :Was Jacob C. Craft, and that he hailed from ming() .0. The jury returned aver . diet Unit deceased came. to his death frout consumption and abscess of the kidney. The jury in the !Wriest held ow the , bOdy ot the man named Jacob Gruber, found dead at the saloon ot Louis, Voght, at No. ti8 .Court street, yesterday, found a verdict that death had ensued.frout ',congestion ot the brain. , .1. Horrible Heathen Warren County. ' Wednesday afternoon last, an ttged ntall named woir, itear,Hopkins ville, Warren county, in this State, mud ,to, a horrible death.. lie had been en ' gaged in chopping near his house and being in feeble health, is suppose'd to h ive fallen from a striking his head aeainst a fence-rail ith such loom as to , produce temporarfinsensibility. When discovered by his wife a hog Was Searinir his face with the laving ferocity si a siarving hyena.. Her shrieks for help brought neighbors to tier aid, and the mangled remains were removed tO the "house. Voir continued to breath some lour or five hours. His lace and bead presents a sickening sight. His ' nose, cheeks, chin and eyes were entirely destroyed. The deceased Was about 'id pears of age, itud a good man. , , Hamilton County leachers, Adsociailots. --The Hamilton County Teachers' Ass. ciation,held their regular monthly meet. ing in the Council Chamber morn . bng. The meeting was opened Atli a passage 'from Scripture by President Nelstal. followed with prxyei by Mr. Brickley. - - The minutes of the last meeting' were yead and approved. Mr. Florien Crianque Ws chosen Secretary pro tem. The lirst part of the programme was a sebetion of mush; given by several al ihe teachers: "All the world is lost in Beep, and reaped a harvest of ap :.,plause. ' Tristlerof the Lawrenceburg High School, next delighted the members of the Association with an elaborate dis. pussion of ',Skilled Labdr in our 'Publill " letup's," ' Mr; Trietlet, devel,iped the , benefits imparted to the pupil by a skill-, fully trainad teather. Ills production, both as to language and style, was a masterpiece, and deservedly gavee great satistliction. , - This was followed with muslo by Miss Katie 11111s, of Lock land. - Superintendent 'J. Ill Peas lee investi gated the nianner .of instructing the lower grades in arithmetic. ile stated that teachers are too apt ,to apply the pupil's mind, to concrete problems bo lero thecoholar is, well able to add the most simple numbers. Mr. l'easiee's Method was, that the pupil learn to anal, yze a number into its parts either to add or subtract them by tens. , H A-song, "A Home on the Sea," was then sung by Miss C. ()Tay, Reborn panied by Miss Katy Hilts on the organ. On motion the Secretary was ordered to furnish a Bible for the use of the As sociation. The debate, 1,Ought the eurriculum of study in our public echools be reduced?" by Messrs. Oyler and F. O. Wilson next entertained the members. dr. 'Oyler opened the debate. fie asserted that in additiod to orthography, reading, wri ting, history and geography, ,music; &c., at least one foreign language ought te be taughtin the schools; and showed how the mind was. trained by the study of music and foreign languages, and there fore tbe Wet of studies ds not broad enoughfor the mind. After exhausting the subject in ita every branch,Mr.Oyier was followed by Mr. F. O. Wilson, ot Riverside, in a few striking remarifis, ad vocating the same principles. ; , Democratic'Executirc Committee. The CityDemooratio Committee met at Aug's Club-house this morning to ef fect a permanent organization. Tne election of Mr. Redmond, 2a votes being cabt tor, Mr. Redmond awl 21 tor Mr. Cook. - , , , , Mr. JC. Krehnbrink was eleeted Vice President by a vote ot.28 against 22 cast for Mr. Ede ard Dalton. , MG Thomas- F. Oegban WU elected Secretary by a vote.ot 80 against 19 for Mr..Win. Lusby, Jr. ' Mr. David Foltz was elected Treasurer. A motion to proceed to nominate Jus tices oi the Peacé was carried, and 'Squire Rolvekswp was'nomlnated acclam at ion.' A motion that the meetings during the ensuing year be hold at 7 P. M. was car-1 ried, Messrs. J. Derv's, Win. Lusby and Ed ward Mullett were appointed a Committee on Ru es. Tile Piesident was quthorized to ap peint Camptil2n, Committees and , an nounce them at the next meeting. Kri Cg and Rosa Stranser, R. Geriansley und Lucy A. Wilson, E. Riegelman and Clara Warmser, Henry Engelken and Mary Thole, Jacob Beal and Annie Kevf, Eenhard Metzger and Christina Zmnuer map, George IL Bryce' and Rosa Bur tonIttellard Carr and Josephine Clark, Chris. Schuster), and EI:z'th Strantner, Heorge Musters and blary Broca, Harry ISM brand and Louise Kimeger, Tony Grinir and Mena Wet lick, Charles ilel moping and Tenea Willoughby, Conrad Greet and blaegie Swartz, Andrew Mur phy and like E. Coleman, T. N. Rose and Lou.. Schrock, Anton Maier and Frances Stiger, George Ziegler and Min lite Nau, Peteg Eerbenwein and Christi . na Klock ler, - John ' Braun and -Anna Puern, John Keller ant Elizabeth Nall; Wallace T.' Smith and Emile R. liatch, Jacob' Sehnieder and Lizzie Becker, James Greene and Celia Ayre, James A. Leonard and Kate Callahan, T1JOS Lin ming and Mary Thayer, Henry Sei der and Anita Theabold, Fred. Brunst and Emma Hoffmann, Charles Felton and Georgina Woo Hard, Samuel Tiebehnau and Sarah Wits, Alex.' Lelia le and Sa rah IL M. Martin. T. J. Gamma. 111.'L. Clerk. ' 2-he Egner Murder Trial. MOUNING BESSION. III the proceedings ot the Egner 'mur der trial this morning, tile defense re called witnesses already sworn for Hie State. Henry Freiberg was the first witness called: Ritter, on that day when paid hini for Ilia week's labor, was ' dressed to go houre., 1 saw bim in the afternoon, uut whether in his shirt sleeves or not do not know. I did not observe a bruise on his' fore head; I did not hear Ruter say tuat be fell off 'a shed at the lire the previous night; there were no scratches ou his facet.1 did not see his shirt stained with blood; I do not know whether there was blood on his shirt sleeves. In the cross.examination no further facts' were elicited. Henry Freibmg,jr., sworn: There was no blood on the front of Ruler's shirt that I know of; I noticed no bruise on his lorehead; I never heard hint.say how he got the bruise. Cross-examined: Fresh hides came in On that Saturday evening; Schilling helped to unload them; I do not know whether Ruler did. , Officer l'aul us sworn: Iarrested linter, there wits a bruise on his forehead; there were scra,thes on his nose, and his eves appeareu blw.fisened as if be had Veen Cross-examined: I examined his draw ers, shirt aad boots, there were spots of blood on every one ot the articles except. the pants. , The- witnesses' for the defense were mixt called. - Wm. OsterboltI Ilyed in the same .bouse with Ruler; heard of no fuss there that night; SilW Hufer,and be had no scratches on his (nee. Anthony 'lumpier'. swornI know George Rufer;" r saw abont seven o'clock that Saturday evening. He came in mr saloon and bed his Child with him. s He bad no bruise on his fore head. He peter took his cap off. We conversed about four or 'minutes. fie said, You won't see me around here much after -this, as I !lava betn dis charged." .1 asked him the cause, and be said, "I do not know whether Frei berg W AS slack of work, or whether be wanted to hire sonie one who would work cheaper."' He bad., on a colored shirt. ,LShirt identified.' Feederick Rettig: I am acquainted with A. Eguer; I always boarded with Mr. Egner; I worked for A. ligner at that time, and work there nett; also slept at Egner's house; Mr. Wolf slept witirme; I do not know where Fred. was that Saturday night.; A. Egner was in the bar-room and Mra..Egner in the next room. Thera was a light in the saloon when went to bed. lwrtEgner or, Auk wife , , usually closed up the house. I saw Fred Egner go to bed. I had been in bed about half an hour when Fred came. - Re undressed himself as usual. I never heard any OHO get up out. of bed that night. I awoke the next morning at daybreak; Fred. Egner and Wolf were in one bed; I savsi Fred. Egner go to bed;. rsaw him puts his clothes on the chair; I paid no attention to -where his clothes were ly ing the next morning; I heard neither old Egner 'tor his wife come up stairs, as I fell asleep 80011 after young Egner went to bed; I beard no one in A.'Egner's house that night. Nothing new was elic ited in the cross-examination. - Maria A. Butz swornI am a servant girl in the employ of the Egners; I had known the Egners three or four weeks before this occurrence; I slept alone with one child; I usually closed the kitohen door; the hall door at night was usually open. , ' I weut to bed at 10 o'clock that night; the bar-roem was closed at OX o'clock; Mr. and Mrs. Egner went to bed a short time before I did; the,doOr of the bar ' room was closed when Mr. andMrs. Eg Der went Into the yard; I heard no one 'come down stairs after Egner and his 1 wife went to bed. Cross-examined: I could see the Inte 1 rior of tile har-remn the whole tvening. Two boys were the only persons that came into tpe bar-room that evening. There was ho card playing in the bar room that night. I heard Egner talk to one of, the persons named Venus in the bar-room that night; he was drunk. ,Mrs. Eguer first asked use 4o testify in this case after Egner war arrested. ' About a mouth after. the occurrehce, and after I had quit their employ, Mrs. Egner wrote to me that I must come and testify la this case. Mrs. Eguer never told me what to say in giving my testi mony in this case. I received $2 before 1 left, and when I again resumed work at Egneee home 1 obtained 150 per weA. 1 I nevér talked to Mrs.Egner concerning 'this matter; I drank a cup of coffee on 11 the corner ol Court and Main Thursday night, but I never said anithing con esrulug thle ease; Mr. Springineier was there at the time. I never said that they had better not put me on the stand, as I would be obliged to tell the truth. know Mr. Beck; I often saw him; he talked to me concerning tlsis case very often. When I said before that I bad talked to no one but Mrs. Epley I thought a reference was made to the family only. Mr. Beck never told me what to say on the stand. I never told any person what I was going to say on the stand. Mr. Beck told me that I must testify, but as to what be never said a word. At this point the Court adjourned its morning session. The cross-examination will be resumed this afternoon. ..- - , Covington. , Some time during last night thieves entered the coal office of J. E. Brewster, on East Seventh stree,t, and robbed the sate of Its contents, which was no com pensation for their artful and laborious work. The burglars gained entrance in toll() Mee through the back window. The safe door was almost totally demol ished by means of chisels and hannuers. There had been abotit $7 in coppers and about $4 in currency left in the safe, which was all that they carried off with them. The papers and books were strewn all over the floor, which indicates that they made a diligent search for the hidden treasure, but found it not. Mr. Thomas Wynn has returned from his trip to New York. He tells us that while there he visited Brooklyn, but was not admitted to the Beecher trial. A season ticket is what was lacking. Mr. Fred. Ralf, whd keeps a shop at No. 815 Bakewell Rtreet, was yesterday arreeted by U. 8. Deputy Marshal Har rington, and arraigned before U. S. Com missioner Bostwics on the charge of hav ing re; ailed liquor and eigark and menu fautured tobacco continuously slums the 1st of May, 1809, without license. The case was continued until this 'morning. This morning it was apt' n continued till Monday morning. We are reliably Informed that another rich. relation of the well-known cobbler, John Bolliti..,rbr, has departed for the spiiit land. The best part of the busi ness is, that LO one was left besides John to take care of the lortuue of $250,000. The following are the marriage licenses issued since our last report: John Ja quett and Mary Grogan; colored licenses, French Hendricks and Alice Dixon. - - A card in large and glowing letters on one of the doors of what Is known as Wades row, "Small Pox," keeps thst part of the street free front loafers. A number of ornamental shade-trees are being placed in the Court-house yard. , Iu the Mayog's Court this morning bailie Mary alarthit and William Sulli van, charged with two separate drunks. Mary was dismissed with a reprimand, Will am was tined $1 and costs, de fault of winch be was sent to the Conley castle. Coroner McCabe held an Inquest yes terday on the body of a man named So brieski, who died under suspicious cir cumstances on Wednesday. Ile was know n to have had considerable money before his death,. but at the time of his demise had none. The inquest, however, resulted In no new developments. Mr. Degginger, whose store on Pike street was burglariously entered and robbed a few weeks ago, Is endeavoring to raise among the neighboring mer chants a sum suffielent to .einploy a pri vate night watchman. Lt; nigub 11111171.1111Ltii To-morrow morning the confirmation class'ot St. Patti's Protestant Church, at the corner ot Bank Lick and Eleventh streets, will be examined. The eongregation et St. Paul's- Protest ant Church will meet to-morrow after noon at 3 o'clock, to discuss the "school question." A horse was stolen on Thursday night from Mrs. Selbardt, of Le s Mier The special term of the Kenton Critni nal Court, appointed for Mouday, will not commence until Tuesday. The valuable race-horse belonging to the estate of the late Jesse Wilcox was purchased yesterday by Mr. Fred. Over beck, ot this city. Au interesting lecture wad delivered yesterday on the subject of penmanship, before the Covington Teachers' Associa tion, by Professor A. E. Burnett, Super intendent of that science in the Cincin nati public schools. Sheriff Percival, assisted by his dep. tityi N ichblas Corcoran, yesterday morn ing sold at public auction a portion of the goods and chattels of Mr. John B. Costa ou Pike street, who recently filed an application in bankruptcy.-- Toe Democratic Convention of Kenton county to elect delegates to the State Convention at Frankfort, will be held at Independence on Mendez next. -' Newport. 'Before 'Squire Buchanan this morning came Kate Jones, charged with grand larceny. In default ot 300 bail she was cominitted to jail to await the. action of the Grand Jury at the next term of the Criminal Court. Deputy Marshal Taylor drew a silver castor at Lierman's sleight-of-hand per formance, last night. A special session of the School Board this evening. The Paymaster of the Barracks has arrived. , - Widrig has gone -to 'Lents , - , , - ville, and will return in oompany with Rev. Veil. No meeting of the Water-works True tees last night. The capital, stock of the Newport Market Stock Compauy is $50.000. Arti cles oi incorporation were Med at the County Clerk's office yesterday. The regular 'meeting of the Neivport Market Stock Company was held on Fri- , day night at Turners' Hall. The com mittee reported that the ground on live years time could be procured at $45 per foot. A committee of live was appoint ed ,to. procure plans for the erection oi the Market-house, to report on the ltith. Two per cent. of the stock will be paid s very week., The Treasurer's bond was aecepted. The first call of two per cent. on $3,750 was paid. The charter will be read and acknowledged before the Coun ty Clerk. :The completion of St.Stephen's Minh steeple has been approved by Aishop Toebbe. - ' The Miennerchor have elected the fol lowing Moore: Preeldent, Wm. Stapf; Vice Bresident, Jacob kautin; Secretary, F.Bevermann; Corresponding Secretary, Klotzbacb; Financial Secretary,Wm. Gideon; Treasurer, Charles Clintworth; Librarian, Bernard Fischer, Director, Hermann Steinert; Music Committee, Adolph Waldemeyer, Carl Mehl, August Waldemeyer; Amusenient Committee, Fred Wiessier, August Waldemoyer, Bernard FiecherTrustees, John Gees bier, F. Scherer H Eichert. Patterson au'd 'Cheatnut streets are still infested by rowdies. An unknown woman, accompanied by a six-year old girl, wus attacked with an epileptic fit yesterday, On the corner ot Harris anti Monmouth streets, and at tracted alarge and curious crowd. Atter a partial recovery she was taken to a neighboring house. , roLlure contr. Drunk and DisorderlyCharles Cook, $9 avid costs,. Ctiam Neihaus. Frank Gerteson auti Att IMES Herm, Ske and costs ace; Mary licaly, 80 ditys aun Sll5; K. ti. Maxon JOIm 23 and ousts eatth ; Mary Smith, 15 days. MisceilaneousJacon 7,11411110MR and den ry t etit larceny, continued to March 23ð: Ellen W ilkinson. rece.tring stolen goods, continued to March cad; Harris Wolf, rece,v in g stolen oods continued to M al th '.1hi; Mary W 'Ilium dillerhotise harboring Humes, continued to March iti-itit;'Joseph Brown and Joseph Mitrphy, loitering, dismissed; Ephraim Dixon, petit larceny, continued to March 16th; J OIII1 Marshall anti John Wilson, petit lar ceny, tio days and s25 each; Peter Jenner, abusing family, sent it) rfoiAtte Coiirt; Jobe Eictieumub, common thief, continued to March 19111; W m.H. Britt peAt larceny, 50 days and siffie: Lents tenser, petit larceny. $20 and coins; Kogan, horse anti buggY without censeit, vent to Court of Common Pleas; ILW ilson, gaming devices, continued to March tOth; John Gabei, petit larceny, an days hag SWO; James Grant. grand larceny, dis missed; John O'Neitl, va.,,rancy, dismissed; Jacob swan, fugitive from- justice. continued to March nth; 'Archie Collins. gaining devices, , continued to March llth; George W. Miller 1 false pretenses, dismissed: John P.' Howell', Fred. Fermi and Wm. Manniug, burglary, continued to March 23d. Assault and BatteryMI(1y Eibeck, $.5 and costs. RIVER NEWS. The weather to-day i8 clear. wartn and spring-like.. The riser continueslaiðng slow ly, having receded about 2 feet since our last report, with 12ti feet in the channel by the W ater-works marks to-day at noon. The Julia No. 2 reshipued 280 bbis. salt on tile Arlington. , The IL S. Turner has withdrawn from the 11 Memphis trade, and leaves on Wednesday for Shawnettown in continued of her old masteri W. IL Miller. Sho will ply regulaily in the trade between here and Shawneetown. Sir. Joseph P. Rogers., of the Marine Ways, is a Democratic candidate for Council in the First Ward. He is a young man of ability, anti woul muse an exeellent "City Dad." The new stsamer built by Jollies Howard & Co., of Jeffersonville, tor the Louisville, Evana vide & Henderson Mall Co. has b,ien nitm2d "Fawn," anti wilt Mc. completed in about ten days. hhe will eiy between Cinclunati mut Evansville as a weekty packet. The Cominercial suggests Capt. W. O. Tich enor as the commanderof the new lieuderson packet "Fawn," anti we rtiterate the same. TI1011) IS II0 more popular sreamboalmen in this particular trade than Capt. TICI101101', and no bmie. if not too late, that lie may be. called to ' hei neck. The steamer Nick tongwirth, leaving 'to night, le au elegant side-wheel steamer, and ' well adapted to the comforts of excursienists. , e !envoi with a fair complement of p,Ovitt' awl a good Height trip. d he Lherokee is the Wednesday packet for New Orleans, under the auspices of the tin-. Mutual and New OrlAtes Packet Company. We hope that our int:mamma irlenus in cast, Mg their ballots at the spring election, will not forget that hitiiiny Mintier, oar present efficient W barf-inaster, i8 a cendidate for re-electiou. Mr. Milner's name Was brought up before the 'late "Demme." Convention, and dropped. We are glad of it. Now Sid., go in on your record anti let the party alone. ou shad have our vote, and we have a Meador iwo who will lend you a helping hand at the polls. - ,The Kentucky packet Eureka leaves Frauk, fort to-day for Cincinnati, returning, on her nuttier day, Tuesday. The Billy Parsons is to enter the Middienort and Gallipoli trade as a daily packet. The following boats leave Pittsburg to-day and may be expected bele early next week: Juniata, C B. Church, II011SitIOS anti Cliam W. Mead. Tho little Active has entered the Pomeroy and Ironton trade as a triweekly packet. - 'The Wild Gazelle is having a new wheel put ' in place et the Point Pleasant woke. The Thompson Dela leaves Louisville for New Orleaus next ,Tuesday. Two corn-boats were sunk yesterday by the high winds at Caseyvilie. They belonged to James Simpou, ,and we. e insured for ir,500.. The Enterprise. of this city. hail 41,500 of it. , The linal award for carrying the Government supplies ou the upper Miesettri river has heed given to Commodore S. B. Coulson. - The Vermont arrived at New Oi leant; yester day, and the Indiana departed for Cinemeitti. " Arrivals and DeparturesThe following are the arrivals and unpartures Sille0 our last re port,: R. W. Skillinger, front Pittsburg; An des, front Wheelug; Julia No; 2, from Kana wha river: Arlington.. from Memphis, and Shannon, from Nashville, arrived.. 'The W.elkillingor retinue to-night. Tbe Andes left last night. The Julia No. 2, Arling ton Una IA81111011 1C&VO for their respective ports to-"night. The lora packets arrivid and departed on time. The Charlie Bowen, No. 2, antiChas. McDon ald passed up with empty tows. The Keyaione departed for the Moe losvilie mines witti two burges. The Chanipion, No. 8, brought the lien Franklin from Fuiton to the foot of Vine street. The Franklin leaves on Monday for Henderson. Boats Leaving To-dayPittsburg, 11. W. Skillinger; Kanawha, hiena, Ack 2; Nashville, Shannou; Memphis, Arliugrou; New Orleans, Nick Longworth. Leave Next WeckShawneetown,II. 8. Tur ner, Wednestlay, Arkansais Itiver,Kittle Reg ler, Saturday; New Orleans, cheroken and Warner and barges, on Wednesday, and Chas. Rottman on Saturday. ISTAOICS Or USX RIVERS. Monongahela-13 feet and riming at Bmwns vlite. Allegheny-8 feet and rising at Oil City, 16 inches at Parker's landing. Wheeling 0 feet I incites and falling. r Marietta-18 feet and rising. - CharlestonKaunwha b feet :alaches and fall ing, Huntington-21 felt and falling. ' trauktortKontucky IN feet and railing'. Louisville-11m feet du the Falls in the pass and tailing. Evansville-36 feet end rising. NashvilleCumberland falling. with scant 20 feeron thirtieth s. - , , CalroSeti feet aud - , St-Louis-7;i foet and , Little RockArkansas teet inches and risiug. Mr. Webb Morten, the genialSuperintendent at Elias Ehlet's steamboat plautng mill, on test Front street, is a happy man. kie is go, Mg around , "Dmide, dad, dad, dad." Weight, .1 poduns; pex, male. P.tris Drotvti this .morning received a tele gram announcittg the death this morning of Mate Andy Lytle, on board of the Cherokee. Mr. Lytle was ono of eur old-time boatmen, and widely known along the Western waters. be particulars are given. He leaves a family at Nee port, Ky.., Tile CIL:roma) wilt wive here to-morrow. ' Shipments to the several der.arting boats to day look better than during tbe early part of the week.. , , , , There is about 4 feet water at 11111188S City, Me., and the ins la the.r4Ver breaking lita The Chas. Bodmann, wining tip this trip, bas every atate-ro,im occupied. She will have a large passenger trip out next Saturday. Her rooms are large and spacious and fitted up in an elegant manner. A number of rooms hove all eady been engaged for her return trip Sat urday. A plan of her canin can be seen and rooms secured at the steamboat oftlee in the Merchant's Exchange, No. 22 West 'Fourth street. PITTS61110; Mama 18-8 A. M.River rose to 10feet, but is now falling; 9 feet 1 Moms; dark and lowering. Thermometer, 49; wind northwest. CINCINNATI DAILY, MARKET. CINCINNATI. March 18-9 P. M. 1 IFWITR-Market quiet and unchanged. The demand Is only for local consumption. IN e quote; Fancy brands at $5 25,a0 al , per bri.; family is worth $50010; extra, $4 1144 tan sup pernne. 00 9044 IS; and low 1,-radosetta alkepi 10 i per brL Springwnest liour is quoted at Ss 75(qt 51.00 per bid. Rye item is worth S5,0(05 60, 1 end Buckwheat flour St Setae 00 uer MI. I WHEAT-The market is rather armor to. day, with an improved deflated for red, which is quoted ti 0:-(irt 12 for good to choice lots. and white are (lull and unchanged; the former nitwit& $1 124i 15, and white II Lefil 20 for good to prime. , CORN-Tne market is quiet Holders aro firm,-but buyers offer 68e for ear and 610e for libelled for No. 2 mixed. Hales light at quota tions. White remains nominaL 0 a TS-Are quiet gull steady; with no mute rial change in the market. 'No. 2 aro, worth 5tkeItke for mixe.i, and 6 002e for white per bu. Choice are held at 54,5060 per bu, With light timings. RYE-la quiet and steady. No. is selliag to-tifiv at st .0, in elevator. BARLE1-The market is dull and unsteady. Spriug is worth $1 15(01 25 for fair to prime, si Su me choice. Fall la held noutinally at 1 40 for good to prime. allEss PoltK-The market is arm, with fair demand for prime eity at 010 50 por brl; prime couutry is held at $19 25 per bit LARD-There it a firm market and moder aotive for prime steam at 10,(018ho; kettle Is worth itatitS0 no BULK albATS- the market remains quiet. Clear 0,des are worth 10igloNic: wear rib sides, and shoulders, Igma atio per lb, all loose, 30c more tor packed. BACON-The market is film, with moder ate inquiry at 1110e. for clear sides; Ily,eitt for clear rto 8,,,,I;e,t40 for shoulders per lb. Sugar-cured hams are worth 12V1015)0e per lb, and steady. s COTTON-The market is quiet 4o.day. with a moderat demand. Sales of 183 bales Prices are Unchanged. VS e quote: Oulleary, 12f.,,e; good ordinary. 14tiot low middling, Wit); mood middling, Wire per ru. block ou hand, le,500 bales. II ISK 1-There WM a further advance of lo 1 to-day, and the niarket closet, firm and active , at $1 12 per gallon. Sated of 543 brie at that price. , .BEANS-The market has not varied since our last. Ti demand is moderato, with good receipts and prices are steady. Choice naves ure worth 02 MO 25 and mediums, $1 8tX01 90 per hu. BR0OW - CORN-The market continues steady and quiet, with no material chauge. The demand is oniv moderate, but tho supply is not Jorge. Mrti quote: Red brush, 10e; green stalk' braid. ilham2,!,ic; green hurl, 13)0 ial4c per lb, on al rival. 111.1.1"rEtt-The unirket remains quiet, with !JO material change. Tile demand for best ta ble butt& 1- fulty equal to the wit:ch is oulv moderate. Vie receipts of medium and monition qualities are largely ln excess of the sales, as there is a very limited detuand for , bulb. Wo report previous &mutations. Prime to choice table butter is worth 2u.102,86 and wane extra selections in single packages bring IlOc per th. Int rior gra,Ms aie worth aud medium grades are quoted at 224 24e per lit. CHEESE-We observe no change in the mar ket. The demand is moderate, with limited and prime to cho co factory is worth BIWA; per in. COAL-The market remains quiet and steady. Prices-are unenanged. Sales afloat at itairt;c for vino: 7Vatic for Astilaud: for Pittsburg per bushel. We quote, delivered to consumers, Ohio River, 10011c: Asilland,12 Owe; Musktuipint Valley. 15c; Hocking Val iey, front Brighton elevator, 13c; itallawna, i3c; Pit Miura, 1;:(014e; and Kanawha cannel. 24e per bu. COFFEE-The mnrket is euiet with little or , nothing doing beyond a fair cousumptige de mised. We quote: Rio :lo for common, 22(g; 24c for fair to prone. v43,,425o lor choice and. fancy. Laguarra is woi tit 25(0211e, and .fava werth 3314354: per lb. , EGGS-The demand Is light, though the re ceipts are only moderate, and there is a vet y quiet, market at 1942tei per dozen. FEAlllit - The market remains quiet, with no cheep, and deniers pay 4843 per lir for prime live geeee, on arrival. - eland's-Green apples are In good supply lied fair demand at $2 5oga to per bri for fair to choice varietiea. Dried Mut is firm, with moderate demand: apples are worth 70.40ie; peaches, la:She for quarters, tor halves, per Lemons are quotee 06,ge 00 per box. Oranges nre worth $21th.a.4 60 per box for Mesaina, $7 0,08 sti per case for Valencia. liEMP-Tue market is steady and quiet. The arrivals are light and tho demand is only moderate; Holders aro firm and prices CAM tinue unchanged.. Rough Kentucky is worth It ittett 75 per ton, and 'tressed igh(013c per lb. HIDES-Tim market is quiet and steady, w th moderato receipts and demand. , No change ta prices. Wo quote green hmes 748e per ib ; wet salted. 83i(dit.Iic; dry time, 14415c: sneep 7543141 25 for gond, to prime. and 2044 ei for haw tor. IRON-There tag been no change in the market since our MM. We quote the tollowing for iron at 4 months per ton. Iliercoal hot blast H. IL-No. 1, $28g3e: No. 2 do, 827 00; do. mill, 526; Alabama, Geor gia and Tenneisee. No. teldt28; No. t $2114027; mile ke; Mone-coal and eoke iron. No. I, $V1028; No. 2, 25(027; $25Mizil; Charcoal, eold-blaat .-1L R., $40 00450 tie; Alabama, Georgist and Tennessee, warm aim cold blast, laft(gi40. Blooms, 8000. IV rought Scrap per lb, lialyte do, cast, per lb, Wilito: luau- 1 ufactured flat,' round and square bar, boij ed. 2)0(03e; do. charcoal, 33i(got20, per lb; aheet iron. boiled. Nos. 10427, 4,tiett 5-10c; t10, ober coal,. 5 7-1041thie per lb; horse shwa, 25 KIS 40 40 per keg; mule shoes, te 4)00 25 per keg: steel,' Amencau casL 17(018c; American matt:mine steel, Mc: InipOrted toot stea. 2Utit 22c; German steel, 0410c um lb. MILL FEED-The market is steady and quiet. Bran is lu fair request, with only mod erate demand, and quoted $22m23. Shipatias are in limited demand at S23(024. Mnitiiings are firm with fair demand, at $27(032 per ton, on artiv'el, and la more per ton la required in store. N - raOLASSÉS-There Is a fair demand for lo. cal-consumption and the market otKrwise is very quiet aad prices aro unchanged. New Orleans is quoted 60;07oc, and relined :drum, according. to quality, are worth 60420e. uor gallon. N AILS-Are steaay and quiet at Previous prices, and there is a inotleiate emend. We nuote: to 00d. 43 2:4 8 to 10. tO 70, 53 75; 4 to fid, 4 00; 3(1.44 7-1; 2(t, 45 75; StL f. b., 625; cut spikes. Li 00. (ALS-The market remains steady and prices have undergone no material change since out last. Linseed is in moderate demand at hic per gallon. Lard oil Is in fair demand and Jinn at dt 10(41 12 for extra grade oi current make. Refitted petroleum la sumdy and quiet ut (014e per Nation. po'r ATUES-There has been no varlationin the market since our last. There is a good local demand tor the best grades at $1.(01 le per bu, in store for chMee peachblow, with moder ate supply. Inferior qualities are dull and nominal.. , POULTRY-The market is Mill firm ler chickens, with moderate receipts and fair de mand at $4 00(05 2,1 per Moen for either live Dreased turkeys are selling readily at 15,010c per lb.. . RicE-Tee market continues quiet and steady, with a fair consumptive demand at 'Di age, pCr lb for Louisiana, and ti48)ao for Uaro linu per lb; BALT-There is moderate demand for Do mestic at 2a a 250 per bu. and $1 2541 at per brL Turks' Islana is quiet at Ikkeene per Orl. Liverpool is steady and in fair request itt II aft 40 per sack for coarse. SEED-Clover is quiet at 11411tin per lb, in store for prime quality. Timothy is in moder ato demand and trendy at 8042 90 per int. k lax Ili fair request at SI 74 Der bli SVGA It-There is a fair consumptive do mains, but beyond that the market is inactive. We quote: New Orleans at ',VOW; yellow re fined, tkeNUot extra 10410,tict ,13" white,' 103441040; "A" white, leisqldwie; hard, 011o per lb. TALLOW-The receipts and demand being about equal, the market rules steady with no materiat eating. Prune country is worth kig 4190 per lit. uTollAt,to---Market firm, with a fair 'de mand, and sales at the following rates: For manulaoturing purposee-Oright wrap pers, AXON; bright niters, 16422et dark wrappers, 14(018e; dark niter. 10(01ao Der lb. For shipping-Bright leal12444Uot bnglIt in" Iladt00; might was, 11tio; dark leat.154180; (1,ra Ines. dark man. $4100 per4o. Oluo seed kW is worth 15(galte for cigar wrap pers; eakee tor oiler Mier. per UN - I - - - - Cattie. Bogs.. bbeep, lb WoULL-The market Is lesetlire tinder Mei- ted receipts mid light demand. ,No maiming change prices. e quotes Unwashed, motte- jug. irda)tte; unwitehed; 'motion, irleaMitg fleece-wemod. 114(geic; pulled. 401:4 ' eine itsnati Live Meek Market. ' ' CINCINNATI. March ifiit r. St The following are the reccipta and shipments of live stock tor the pain St hours: Cattle. BORN. litseen. Ecceiptit KS ire litt bhipmenta 144 Ste ; BEEr CATTLEThe market is quiet, whit no material yariation. Total range of sonnesa to extra task SO per cental. . HOGSThere is a quiet, and steady market. Good grades are scarce and firm and thize are no choice &hiring. We quote COtHincli IN Pi A N ; Of; medium grades, $6 ii.,(01 NA; good, se fa ttgo SO per conial gross. SHkEPThe iiarket la firm and modeately active at. $4 106 1 pes cent gross for fear . to good. '1 ne following are the receipts and of live stock in this market tor ths week end lug to-day; Peoria Market.' Promå, March ILCora. el 40. Oata: whité 56)VOlae; lamed, L'igrigau ItYa, 41 in. Receipt& Shipment& &On 1St 1,06ii IAA 40011 iildittiO Market. BUFFALO, N. Y.. March 11.--Com in flair db. mand: sales of. new at Tledolliegglklfic. sad mixed at Vic. Oswego Market. OSWEdo, March Ill.Wheat dull: No. Mit wankce. ot 17. Lora (duet at elm Barley dug and uo sales; pinto Canada nominally ol Cleveland Market., CLETALAND. March pl.Wheat etuel and mo. changed. Corn steady and unchanged. Oats steady. firmer and unchanged. l'etnnetnn Ulm: standard whet, Car latao 01110 State test. 12,0; small iota. hole hlther. IMMEM.1.1. 0.0MMNIE , Detroit Market. - DETROIT March 13.Flour quiet and edb changed. Wheat dull: extra. 14X; rie. $i 11; amberi $1 tit Lorn quiet and unchanged at 02)iWitle. Vats quiet and nacho:Awed KS OVic. 1..lover-seed, SO 8040 ' if Gioia !Market. ter. Louis. March 13.Flour quiet and ea. changed. W heat army: x led winter. ' $1073,.; No. 2 spring. $1 Corn steady: No. mixed, iticask,ac, eamh; Lk, May; 10c, June. Ones Orm but inactive at liNgSie. Barley and rye unthanged anti little doing. Whislsy arm at $1 le. Milwaukee alarket. Mmwsr2.22, Marehle.--Flour quiet but firm. Wheat weak: No, 1 iluankee, 93c; No. Mil Yankee, tit;c: April, 88,4e; May, 112e; Onto steady: No. 2, in store, at: May, 55Ae. ttoria scarce and nominally higher; No. 2 'nix is store, Me; May, tee. Nye scarce and bigker: No. 1, in store, 21 01. Barley quiet and lower. No. 2 spring sttatly at 11 MI, eahh: No. 8 spring. 9.1e. Menswhta Market.. MEMPHIS. March 18,Flour In fair siemens and lirm at 44 76. Cord-meal is held at nib. Corn dolt and unsettled at 82(g23c. Oats dull and drooping at 7tKaale. Bay firmer; Ohio Itiver,121g24. Bran lower: U8 ' gaga easy at 20c. Butter gnu at' 20'1033e6 Lard quiet. Bulk meats: demand light and holders at 73i(g,7,4410.3iatio)c. ' Leteieriite Market. ' LOHlsvILLIt. March 13.Cotton firm: sales at 1;,Nc. Flour In fair local and shipping demand, and firm and unchanged. Wheat iu fair armload atm firm: red, 95c amber aud white, 2L Core nominal at 66,aill'o. Oats quiet and Ursa at la 440150., live ateady at $1 10. klay steady: mixed to lair timothy, 1116,,dlit onarrival, Sika20.- Provisions steady. Pork, 219 WOO.. Bulk meats: shoulders, 7141(Ncl clear,' 103go.,' Ba con: shoulders, SW011403. Sugar-cured haunt, 184100. Lard HIM: prime ste-aaN, 1114,14,0; tierce. 14,y0143ic: aeg,10ho - Whisky drill at 61 Bagg,ng, firmer at itthgd8c. ' , Chicago Market. Cille.400. March la.--irogs: Estimated re- celpts 4,010; offered yesterday. 8,74; settings& 6112541 W for inferior to choice, neer: demand light; spring extra, 14 281 6' W. Wheat active and advanceu: No. 1 Cht cog spring. 23011;0,04 No. Chicago do. bats, , regular; till,?4e, strictly fresh. spot; 811,sti April; , Inc May; 90te June; No. 8 Chicago do,8,,bia;, rejected( 79c. Corn: demand light, and held e s Mtn and higher: No. 2 mixed, eixe, spot; 6 0 bid for Aprir: 71,1;c bid May; rejected. 61xe., Oats: demand light, but holders are , firm and bigi er: No. 2, 6230;644c, apo.; 684,41 but for April;56fric May. nye quiet sad ma changed. Barley qui, t and UnChanged. Whisky quiet at al 11. , New York Market. , : NEW YORK, March 13--iflour quiet. firm andi fair tiOnitinð: superfine State and Western, 54 kitg4 83; common to good extra do., H 5 10; goou to choice 55 1545 45; white simile Western extra $5 514;0; extra Ohio, 54 14;96k, et. Louis, 5.548'. Nye dour steady at 4(065 Loin-meal in fair request: Western, 4 45. Wheat le better and in ?air demand: No.1 spring, $1 18g1 22; No. 8 spring, 51 01-01 1136; rejectim spring, 11 08; No. Chicago,M 12lfiwi 1 15; No. 2 Northwest, $1 18451 15.5s; No. Mil- wankee,11 1541 17; ungraded Iowa and MM.. nesota spring, 51 Oval 2t ; winter red Wcoterm, , 51L 28,44 VI: amber Western, $1 21(01 18; whine Western, $1 2841 85. Rye quiet at 90 Mar- , ley steady. Malt quiet. Corn firmerand active: mixed Western, 85 a86xe; yellow W est ern, tilks581110; white western, 85(085Me. Mate a shade hotter anti mederotely active: mixed Western, OU090; white Western, 08470cs Hay firm and unchanged. Whisky quiet at $1 14 , , Tun history of the Henri House in city is suggestive of the good re sults that can be accomplished by inde fatigable exertion and strict attention to business. One year ago CoL Watson, after an absence ot two years, returoed to the Henrie House. ivinch he bad pre viously kept for sixteen years,-finding its patronage scattered and gone- He immediately comufbnced overhauling the house front cellar to garret, and he now -, has the satislaction of seeing it nint among tho first in the city in patronage. The popular price, only $2 per day, Wait superior accommodations and tut e a ventent location to the pu9blic buildings, Post-office, telegraph (Aces, tte., and be-. Mg. connected with all the depots by street railroads which pawl the door ot the hotel every' live minutes, ntakes la beyond doubt the best house in the cliy for the merchant and the business man to stopoitt. We can testily to the read ers ot this paper as to the superior att- - commodation, and civility of the propri,- eters and employes, and recommend to tneir patronage. AVallitiTutalt-0110YIozyaltz tistseoglif ENOR MEMPlits, VICKSBURG sod Ikr Air r ORLEAN S.Leaves SATUR DAY, lath, at a P. Id., positively, the large and elegant passenger steamer N ICU LONG-WO B. id. atinattalts, Master, J. B. alut.tats, Clerk. or treight or passage anply on Week. or to ROI & Bemoans an Menge and office No. A W. Icetu-th at. ilabu-d 1VOTICE.Arwilda Lee, plaintiff, vs. Henze Lee, defendant.State of Ohio. liansittas county Cimrt of COMMOn Pleas.---Henry Len, " whose place of residence is to the plaintiff's. known, will take notice that the plaintitabera named did, on the 4th day el blarch4 Ilia her petition in the Moe ot the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Ilamilton Oddity. Ohio, ease No. 45.228, charging said Henry Lea with (1) three years' willful absence front said plaintiff, and (2) gross neglect of duty towards - said plaintiff for three yews. and asking , she ntay be divorced from said defendant, au& for other relief, which petition wii! stand tes bearing on or after six weeks from the deal ' bet eol. ARWILDA LEN, by Twirl. it DiarLit, her Attorneys. Monk 7th, IOU Duld-bid - , otaillyeefsotolioew8 'fuer three puitssetrecess Hipetaersands shipmeses - . . . Bills lever In IMO 1)081e00) am me.eemee, euperintenuent a a a . i mimeo ...Tee., - a sos a .1.51u .14.,. .. ',la v. ,a s) a wa.ow ,,,,.., 9 ,..s.mos, ., - "-- , .....---- - - , . . and an expedition is titling out at Choy- gated the nianner .of -instructing' the I save Fred. Egner go tO ated;. rsitwhim - The: regular meeting of the NeWport "met , amnia The distance of the mining coun- rower grades ,in arfthmetic. ate stated eatable clothee on the chair; 1 paid no Market Stock Company was held on Fri- leteresenoS Mama 18-8 A. M.-River rose to ;try from Cheyenne is 200 miles, 100 -- that teachers are too apt ,to apply the attention . to where his clothes were ly- day night at Turners' Hall. The oem.. 10 feet, but I8 now falling' 9 feet lint:nee; dark - Cattle. lloase blame ' - miles through settled eountry, and good papa's mind, to eoncrete problems be- ing the next morning; 1 heard neither mittee reported that the ground on five- wanedst.lawering. .Therinote' ;ter, 40; wind north ' Receipt elli tee Mt , , . - . .. . .. VOW and water. . . tore the aeholar is. well able to add the old Egner nor his wife mane up stairs, as years time could be procured at $45 per a ' Shipmenta 144 ' UM . Me .-; . ' ' - ' - ----e -- .- ----sese'''--"------- ' most simple numbers. . Mr. Peasiee's 1 fell asleep 800)n after young Egner went foot. A committee of five was appoint- BESe CATTLE-The market Is quiet, whit . ' .... - - t . - . ..igiego "truck. , ' Method was, that the pupil learn to anal, to bed; 1 beard no one 'in A.'Egner's ed to procure plans for. the erection oi CINCINNATI DAILY,. MANNET. .. -... . no material yariation. Total range of mamma . . BALTIMORE, March 13.-A DetectiVe yze a number into its parts either to add house that night. : Nothing new was enc. the Market-house, to report on- the 18th. CINCINNATI. March 18-9 P. hi. to extra Lime ite per centia . . . , , ; from Philadelphia telegraphs that he or subtract them by tens. . ... ' ited in the cross-examination. -: 'rwo per cent. of the stock will be paid FIDUR-Murket quiet and unchanged. The BOGS-There is a quiet, aud steady market. . , .. . will be here to-night to take charge of , A-song, "ta Heine On the Sea," was Maria A. Butz' sworn-I am a servant every week.- The Treasurer's bond was deituand es only for local censtunptiou. Me Clove gratleseare seareee and :firm and there: are ' .- to; I ancy brands at $5 2.5toet 8.1 per bre; no citome Hering. we nuote common at at 'Minnie Arinstrong and Arabella Mingle, then sung by aims C. O'Fay, media girl in the employ of the Egners; 1 had ateepted. The first call:of two. per cent. ? 1 . 1 1 .1 7.s.,e1 go. e. , go; medium grade., ga 1401 so; good, oo : r tire stage-struck school girls who are panied by Miss Katy Hilts on the organ. known the Egners three or four. weeke on 0,750 was paid. .The charter will be am it s wort I wan 0; extra, et teg . sup. re potence 40 9044 16; and tow , , ' bold In the blarshaPs !Alice in this city. , On motion the Secretary was Ordered before Able occurrence; 1 slept alone read and acknowledged before the Ceuta per brL epringwneat dour is quoted at te Wm bliKEP-The market is firm and moderately , . . . ,. t . ---,---.-e--,--...... - ' to furnish a Bible for the use of the As with one child; 1 usually closed the ty Clerk. .. , gradoset $8 80(ge 10 tett ba per Mlle tiros& ' 5 00 per bbli. Rye Maur is worth 45 -bleb 60, active at: $4 WWI: peacentat gross ler tate ' ,., ', TweetPs Case elgain ' ' , iodation. . . , kitohen doer; the hall door at night was :The completion of SaStephen's Mirth- end Buckwheat flour Ss ifteitto 00 oer bri. . to good. . - . , ,. WhEAT-Tbe market is rather firmer to The.debateal'Ought the eurriculuM of usually-open. . . steeple has been approved by Bishop raattniee.following are the receipta and shipameaa , .. ' Mew Youa, March 13.-eTteeed's coun- . study in our public echools be reduced?" ' 1 weut to bed at 1.0arclock that night; Toebbe. . :. - -. a day, with in improved deemed for red, which of live stock in tbis market tor the week eade . set bas taken an appeal from the deci by Messrs. Oyler and F. G. Wilson, next the bar-roem was closed at OX o'clock; The Miennerchor have elected the fel Is quoted el Orem 12 for good to choice lots. lug to-day; Illit and white are utel and unchanged; the . Receipt& Shipments- - - e '. teen of the Supreme aourtyesterday on Tee. ease eutertained the membere. 1dr. Oyler Mr., and Mrs. Egner went to bed a short lewing Moen': Preeldent, Wm. 8taeft former is ffiela el Mat 16, and white et Lest 20 8,047 ler , the , writ of habeas. corpus. opened the debate. fie asserted that in Buie before 1 did; thcadobr of the bar- Vice Peesident, Jacob Fatitie; Seeretare, fordood to prime. Boys. Olt e . Iteets e -,.., will be argued in the Court of Appeals , , . . additied to orabography, reading,. wra room was closed when- Mr. antiakirs. Eg- F.Bevermann; Corresponding Secretary, C itN-Tne market is quiet. Holders aro abeee aotia Abe - March 22, a writ of error having been Mat, eistory ana geography, music, ac., nor went into the yard; 1 heard no one Klotzbach; Financial Secretary,Wm. nrme.but buyers otter 680 for ear and iffie for -----,-. ---- , ! grunted tO day by a edge,Donoluie. - .. at least one foreign language ought tit be come down etairs after Egner and his Gideon; Treasurer, Charles Clintworth; libellee for No. 2 mixed. Hales light at quota- . Peoria Market.' ------.....---, Lions. White remains nominee . , . taugat In the schools; and showed how wife went to bed. : Librarian, Bernard Fischer; Director, - - . Fifanote& Items. . the mind was. trained by the study of Cross-exathined: 1 could see the inte- Hermann Steinert; alusio Committee o ATS-Are quiet aull steady, with no Mute- Proefee March 18. -Corm 61 tio. Oata: white ' ' i rial change in the market. No. 2 are, worth 56Se(067c; muted, teleate5c. Rye, et M. il-) WASHINGTON, D. C., Mareh 13.-The , music and foreign languages, and there- tier of tile tar-room the whole tvening. Adolph Waidemeyer, Carl Rieke, August . at National Bank currency receive() for re- Wake for mixea, and 6 teak for whim per fore the ordet of studies de not broad Two boys were the only persons that Waldemeyere Amusentent Committee, bu. Choice are he'd at 04466c per bu, with . BlItt110 Market. - .., :definition during the week amounts to enoughfor the mind. After exhausting came. into talk bar-room that evening. Fred Wiessler, August Waidemoyer, light timings. . ' Menem, N. T" March 18.-Com in Mgr de- t . 18,e83,000. Treasury receipt to-day Kee the subject in its every branch, ablia Oyler There was ho card playing in the bar- Bernard Fiedler; Trustees, John Goes- RYE -la quiet and steady. No. it is sedate mend: sales of: new at Tletellicen7630, awl mixed at 760. . . . - . 515, of which $61)3,087 mite for customs. was followed by - Mr. F. G. Wilson, ot room that night.. a heard Earner talk to sier, la Scherer H Elebert. to.duv at 61 .0 in elevator. , The Nutmeat Batik eirealation now out- BA -MAI -I the marget is dull and unsteadv. Riverside, in a few striking remarts, ad- one ofe the persons named I. Venus in Patterson au'd 'Chestnut streets are - Sprieg is worth $1 15(01 25 for fair to prime, .-------...------- . .- . ... , Mande) ainounts to 41;49,202,489, to se. . - . 8 Yoeating the same prinelpies. . . the bar-room that night; he was drunk. still infested by rowdies. . a se tor choice. kali le held nominally at II lie Oswego Atarket. ' eure which the Treasury bold a301,603, , , ,,.,- Jilts. Eauer first asked me Ito testify in An unknown woman, accompanied by 1 40 for good to prime. , -A . A50 in U. la Weds. , Dentocratic'Eeseettet re Committee. this case after Egner was arrested. a sixyear old girl, wee attacked with an OewE00, March 18.-Wheat dull: No. 1 Mee AlLem Poltle-The market is tion, with fair watikee, ot 17. Lom malt at tem Barley dug . st.'"' , . . demand for priute ejty at 410 60 per bffi; prime anti uo eales; prime Ceurada uoutinally el I& ' ' -----------' The CityDelneeratie Committee met ' About a month after. the occurrehee, epileptic fit yesterday', on the corner el cautery is held at $19 25 per bre , ,, '4' .. . ' ' Steamer Itunte. ' ' ' at Atig's Club-house this morning to el- and after 1 had quit their employ, Mrs. Harris anti Monmouth streets, and at- LARD-There it a firm market and moder- ...........---- , , NEw ORLEANS, March 13.1-Newe him feet a permanent orgauieation. Tne Egner wrote to me that I must come and traded large and curious crowd. After soave for prime steam at liteesititse; kettio is , Cleveland Market. litat been received here of- tbe siuking of i ineetiug was called to order and Mr. testify hi this ciao. Mrs. Eguer never a partial recovery ehe was taken to a worth teekise no e inally. CLETILL AND. March 19.-W heat nutet and um. , , tile sterener 13. H. Hunt, which left here ' James White elected Teiteporary Cheir- told me what to say In giving me testi- neighboring house. , BULK MbATe- lite market remains 'quiet. changed. Corn steady and unchanged. Oats ,. Clear mdes are. worth lijeitgloesc: clear rib Heady, firmer and unchanged. yestertihy. Vile Clerk, Harry Hentircu, Linen and Mr. Wni. Lusbyalra Secretary. mony in this ease. 1 recchred $2 before -, - -ate- . . , was drown, and eleven deck-hands, who 1 , J.. II. Redmond had John Cook were roLicre co (TNT i left, and when 1 again resumed work .., sides, Mho, alai stiouitiers, 1)00 600 per 'Mall Petroletun non: standard whjte, Car 1018) ' Call 110t be found, are supposed to. haae ' nominated as, Permanent Chairman df the at Egiatrai home 1 obtained 42 50 per Drunk and Diteirderly-Cheriee Cook, Piaci loose, tee more tor paceed. ilitiNceintaio State test. retee; nem tow egos costseCitate Nelhaus. Frank Gerteson ate' At- BAeuet-The market is film, with moder- . . ' ' allured the same fate. Cumulate. The Note- resulted in the wealca Pert Herm, $20 and (meta mica: Mary Healy, 80 ate inquiry at ilesc for clear sides; 101041. tee -.see-- . . . . . The Iturtt sunk at Island 102, but noth- 1 election of Mr. Redmond, eli votes being 1 neaér talked te Mrs-.Egner eenceraing digs and V5; C. CT. flaxen amt John WI, fur CI042 rio sides; Steeeetec for ehouiders per Detroit Market. ' . , ing us to the cause has jet transpired. omit tor, Mr.' Redmond . awl 21 tor Mr. this matter; I drank a cup of coffee on Li tint-100sta eatth ; Mary Smith, 15 days. . lb. Sugar-cured hams are worte 12eseolliSec ' ,, emsmorr March 13.--Fleur quiet and Ildb- - , COOk , - - . . , .., , ; ! . the corner oi Court and Main Thursday - altscellaneous-Jaeou Zannuaman and tien- per lb, andsteatly. ' changed. ' Wheat dull: extra. 11 14X; ele. S , , End of the l'onteroy-Iork Matter. Mr. J..C. Krehnbrink was eleoted Vice night, but I never said anithing con- ry Reiticee, t oth larceny, toptinued to March COTTues-The market is quiet 4o-daysiwith 2ffili Ellen te II-Meson. rece.eing stolen goods, a moderat demand. bales of 183 bales Imes $i lies; amberi $1 tit Lorn quiet anti unchanged' ... . at teleegitle. . Oats quiet and- unchanmad at - CHICAGO, 'March 13.-A: special from President by a vote ot.28 against 22 east cerniug title case; Mr. Spriuguntier w,as continued to March ad; Harris Wolf, recces- are huenanged. Ot e quote: (mammy, lefict 57 e c. repeal, Kausas, says that the $7,000 ! for Mr. Ede ard Dalton. , . there at the time. ing stolen i oods eantinuedtomaah Set; Mary good ordinary. 141se; low matting, 143.03; :" elover-seed, $6 8046 85. . ' . package of money which figured so very Mr, llamas- F. Clegban WU elected '1 hever said that 'they had better not mei William dillerhotise harboring Mimes, middling, ISe, ce mood middling, lithe per ite prominently in the Tork.Poinerey expo- Secretary by a vote.ot 30 against to for put me on the stand, as . I would be continued to March idethe'Joseith Brown NMI Sleek ou haute 16,500 bales. -.,----,-. ' ht. touts Market. , ' A sure, and which has been a continual air-Win. Lusby, pa .- ' . obliged to tell the truth. I know Mr. Jueepii Mnrphy, loitering, distnieseti; Ephraim WHISKI-There was a further advance of lc Dixon, petit weeny, coutinuee to march 16th; to-day, and tile market clone firm and active ter. Louis. March 13.-Flour quiet and au . -.. pause of pontention was filially disposed :: Mr. Dea tit Foltz was elected Treasurer. Beck; 1 often.. s , e aw hiln h talked to me .10811 1011C811811 alai John W118011. petit lar- at $1 le per gallon. entire ot 64 eels at that changed. W heat armor: Ito. x red winter. ' ' tis, DI to-day.. The Altorney -General de.: A motion to proceed to notnitiate J us- concerning tele case very Eaten. ceny, lie days and st26 each; Peter Jenner, price. , . ' ' . Hefts; No. 2 taring, 41 07. Corn steady: No. eided that the State bad no right or title k d Coes ol the Peace was carried, and When I said before that 1 bad tal 0 abusing family, sent to Probate Cotht; Jobe .BEANS-The menet has not varied sace mixed, ithemebe, eash; tee, May; 70c, June to no one but Mrs. Eguer I thoughtat Eictieudene wanton twos, continued to March our last. Ti e demand is moderate, with geed Oate non but inactive at lineereee Bartel Hid , . tathe money, and that the eeveral ac- 'bquire Rolvekamp was aonanated by reference was !made to the family only. 19th; W m.H. Britt in, peet larceny, tiO days tants pendiug for the recovery el the acclamation.' - , . . , ,,,Itti Mr.:Beek never told me'what to Say on and 4120,te Diets Houser, petit larceny'. $20 and receipts and prices are steady. Choice naves rye unchanged anti little teems. . . . 'sante hitve been dismissed. The custo- A Motion that the Meetings during the piterer at)-(01.rth se MO 28 and mediums, a east 90 Whisky nrm at 41 RI. S' costs; Ed. Ktogan, taking horse anti buggy s-es- diine has turned it over to Pomeroy, pay- emitting year be hold at 7 P. M. Was car- the stand. I never told any person what - - without conseut, vent to Court of Common BRuOM - CORN-The . market continues - Milwaukee Market. , - ' ing out ol it the costs incurred in the veil- : , - , I was going to say on the stand. Pleas: 11.Wilson, miming devices, continued to steady and quiet, with no materiel deluge. es lance: green stalk' s . prosecution el the bribery suit againot Messrs. J. fiery's, Win. Lusby and Ed- air. Beck told me that I must testify, Marchetit; John &abet, petit larc,eny, au days The demand is mile moderate, but the aupply e.nerAmods, March It -Flour quiet but Orem . " . Win amountihg to $2,000. This is under , ward Mullett were appointed a Committee but as to what be never. said a word. mat sase James Grant. gr At this point the Court adjourned ite missed; John O'Neill, vaglailiettleyi,athefillYi' 'ilea- is not; large. Wii quote: Red - brush, .. .. Stood to be the end of the whole matter, on Ru es. . . waukee, 88c; April, 88,4c; May, ilexe; Oats braid. 11)002 ,ia; green hurt, tio3ot: Villeat weak: No, 1 ilwaukee, 93c; Mo. 2 Mil. e nd tbat the criminal suit against Pena- The Piesident was quthorized to ap- morel g . to March nth; Archie Collins. gaming devices. i BC(' ill'Att-The untr'ket remains quiet with n session The cross-examine- Jacob bitten, fugitive from' justice. continued ale. lb, On al rivai ' steady: No. 2, in store, Me; May, teeic. tare scarce anti nominally higher; No. 2 mix iti, is , . toy will be disnlissed. ..peint camptilen. Committees and . an-- Gen will be resumed this atternoon. , continued to March 17th; George W Milik". 110 metered change. Tile demand for be'st ta- store, Me; May, sec. Rye scarce and higher: . ....,e : . flounce them at the next meeting. :. . , , 4.4.41. . - ' ' false pretenses, dismissed: John P.. Ito 11 ..--- Fred. Fermi anti Wm. Mtillning, burglary, oulv moderate. Val rceelpts of medium and wee', bic butter 1- fuity equal to the deeply, wheel is No.1, in store, ill 01x. Barley quiet and lower. .' - . . LATEST LOCAL. . Covington. , No. 2 epring sttatly at 1105, cash: No. 8 spring. . , ., . - Marriage' Ideenses. ' , , . continued to March Mi. melanin qualities are largely ln excess of the 93e ' A WATERMALN burst at the corner of . The following nutmeg licenses were Some time during last . night thieves Assault and Bititery-Audy Eibeck, ae anti sates, as there is a ver-y limited demand for , , ! , . , . left h and Main streetS this morning, and issued entice our last repent - . . entered the coal office of J. E. Brewster, costs. both. We report previous &mutations. Prime . - Mernathta Market.. . t, . , ' I ' Workmen are employed in making the (aeries T. Duinent, jr., and Kate G. on East Seventh street, and robbed the ... . - to choice table butter is event' 26,1028c. and MC111.111E1. blarch 18.--Flour In fair nemesia ,. ,' !. uecessary repairs. ' Wilkereon, Herman Pelhasky and Carrie 'll NEWS. '. -. sale of Its Contents, which was no com- .- - RIVE . .. trona extra eelections in single ituckages and firm at 44 76. Core-meet is held nt Hitt The weather to-day 18 clear. warm anti THE trial of Sanderson. tbe Springfield C. Fieber, John Uhlman and Lizzie Alf- lionisation for their artful and laborious speepute The ris er continuesleteing slow- 18 2g, - '' , brill WC MT lb Int rior Ere 'es ate worth Corn deli and unsettled ut 82MS3c. Oata dull PtÑeoflice clerk, was closed to-day and a ' uer, Fred Bohning and Barbara Koerz- work. The burglars waned entrance ly,. lia ring receded about 2 feet since our last 24e ;1 . Itiveree2leget Bran lower: $S8 30. ' ce aud medium grades are quoted at 220 IIIIII croopintr . at 7tectille. Bay timer: Ohio . , in teethe office through the back window. pet la . - . . Verdict rendered for the defense, acquit- dolfer, Isaac M. Carrigan and Mariela report, wait arets feet in the channel by the CHEESE-We observe no change in the mar- Eggs easy at 20e. Butter illa at' 20'azia .. . , ling air. Sanderson tit the charges Kincella, Alba Naylor and Fanny Ward, The safe door was almost totally demoi- Witter-works marks to-day at noon. - tree lite demand is moderate, with limited Lard quiets . - , e gainst him. . . , A tigest Reel) tertian and Cornelia Sier- ished by means of chisels. and hammers. The Julia No. ereshipeal eta bble salt utile Arhugton. . simply, and prime to cho ce factory is worth Bulk meats: demand light and holders firm s . - ' THE SecOnd Of 11 Serieli ot Sabbath. weitit, Cleo, Schatte and Minnie Straut- There had been abottt $7 in Menvere and . . , .. - - The IL S. Turner has withdrawn from the fit 73,i617,44101,041U.40 . lattstiti-u Pill mi4arket remain's quiet and steady. ' - I Delimit Copcerts will be given by. the Sab- ker, David Bled and Mar aret McBride about $1, in currency left in the safe " g i . . . - - ' Memphis trade, and leaves on Wednesday for Priceiare uncnangttd Sales alloat ttt titeet;.c ' Leteteritte Market. ' , bath-school, in :the . Etna, lauiversalist Pet .1. Maloney and Nary A. Davie, a Men a as att that they mama on write h ibxikatid i cult' siiiianeetown in contutand of her old mastee for oleo: 7esetec fe'r istilaudt 810,90 for LOITISVILIX March 13,-Cotton then: sales etere8 r.. B. Mtiiii, 881.rte, nAlitily srtItioilaily in the . .... . ' . ., . thurch. Plum otreet, to-morrow evening, Attest. Huller itnd lienriettnegie. stitireemw. 4 n a'Hiloev e rt 11)ide rfro earn Wd Pittsburg per bushel. tee quote:delivered at V.eje ' at 7 o'clock. Tae public are cordial, 3 tuel inert; l' lite) 8. aLret s salt a till uthatriirlegLtlealoloirlYe' that they made a diligeht search for the i Ver. !riewieviedeinii. (Itocirat:irs, onot'alld awram' c Mays, tolons. vunser,s1,00..thiumittiuviiiir4IttrolitheAskilluligin;Lali2.. iinFuloaurnti I nu nftallira rail, an Vilielniug rite; and, azitti . .,.. i. ' Wetted. - . ' ' se . 1 L . Bernhard Stet:nee and Nary Ziper, C. L. hidden treasure, but found it not. is a Democratic candidate for Council in the Igl ley, front Brighton' elevator tic; Itaintwnit, atm am; red, etc amber aud white, 4L Cora i .. CriAlliele ' STONE, a lad ef. 10, years, . Thrush and labile S. Slier, James Camp- Mr. Thomas Wynn 'hag returned from of Meld aFirst lewd. Ile is a young man y, 18c; sweeties, el6140; aiie J , manawlia cutest. nominal at itegide. Oats quiet and aria HMI - ,. t liti woul (muse an excellent "City Dad." seat:. live steady at $1. 10. while huntiag ducks in a skiff this morn-1 beil ane. Carrio.Gweeneyee, Edward H. his trip to New York. He tells us that The new steamer built, by Jetties Howard & rAe Per bm with little or Buy steady: mixed to lair timothy, illtettet '. -; . , , . lug opposite Puttee,- accidentally shot Morgan and Mary , E. Edmiston, George while there he visited Brooklyn, but wai Co. of Jeffertionville, tor taie Louisville, Mane. COFFEE--The mnrket is eutet nettling doing beyond a fair couetimptiee de- olearrival, 816420.- , halfwit in the arin, cauSing a. painful Krieg and Ease Stranser, R. Geransley not atimitted to the.' Beecher trial. A vele a liendereoft Mall Co. has baen nomad mead. We quote: Rio 1.10 for common, eta Provisions steady. Pork, $19 WOO.. Bulk : - ... i , . - ' fiésh wound. Medical aid was summon- and Lucy A. Wilson, E. Riegelman and season ticket is whet was lattking. ,,Fawn," anti wilt be completed in about ten e 4c tor fair lo prime. stliete260 1m-choice ante meate: shoulders, 7m1Itiesc; 'clear,. itieSee Ba- ' '' ed and his Wound attended tO. at .6 She will pi between Clemente and ' Clara Vermeer, Henry Engelken and Mr. Fred. Rale' whci . keeps. a shop at 3 . Y . fancy. Laguarra is worth teenie, and Java, con: shoulders, teters111 leo. Sugar-cured 'mune . THE Executive Committee of the Ken- Mary Tiede, Jacob Beal anti Annie KW, No. 815 Bakewell tercet, was yesterday Evansville as a week iy packet. The Commercial suggest Cape W. O. Tich. is wurth ilexatie per Ile . . , Beelasse. Lard ma: prtme etcata, 14414,0; , 0 - t - ' War State Grange Bela a meeting, at Eenhard Metzger and Christine Zaniner- tereeted by U. S. Depety Marshal Har- enor ate the couttnanderof the new lietitierson EGGS-The demand is -light. though the re- tierce. 14,teeffieec aeg,16ho. -- . , ceipts IWO MI' ll I' I ' ' ' . - y mo orate, ant t ado il a rely le leaky ilrm at $1 tr. , the Merchants' Hotel these moruing, to map,' George kJ. Bryce' aua Rosa Bur. moan, and arraigned before U. S. Com- intact "hewn," anti we eleterate the same. quiet, market at 19.02e0 per dozen. Bagg,ng, firmer at itlea180. ' ' - ' . . euneiLt with eer Merchants in regard to ton Ballard Carr and JOeephine Clark, e miseloner Bostwicis on the charge of hav- ' iltere is I0 more popular steam boatmen in this FEA1.11181IS -.- The' market remains quiet, . locatiug it -Purchasing Agency tor mein Chris. at:buster,. and Eazth Straotner, Mg reatiled liquor and cigarls and mane- particular trade than Capt. needier, and we with no chat-Igoe and deniers pay 48c per lb for , Chicago Market. ; '- 1 ' beat of the Order in Northern Kentucky. tleorge Mestere and blary Breda Harry lautured tobacco continuously slime the - . , boae it not too late that ite may be called to e . pilule live geese, on arrival. . r .16 her deck. . CIIICAO0. March 13.--Hogs: Estimated re- - '' leotiling 01 hiterest, hOwever, was tione latotafatel and Louise Kroegera.Tony 1st of May, li309, without license. a eitUrre-Green apples are In good. supply celpts 4,010; offered yesterday. 8,74; 8011144as S e , . The steamer Nick Ltingwarth, teatime. 'to- ud fair demand at te stage to per bri for fair to , in the matter. . . . . Gann' and Mena Wenick, Charles Ilei- ease was continued until this 'morning. eigh4 ie elegant attic-wheel steamer, and ab ie r et'e D et ' I fi C 0 I, It I l tl . ra, Ina s rm, with Ad 4541 W for leferior to chats& - . ' i ;THE Queen of the West Building As- rad This morning it was a,a it coutitieed till mooing and Tenea Willoughby, Con . c , me p o . 11 ada t il to th. comforts of excurslunists. - moderate demand: apptes are worth 7eiteffitee; 6, I lee , le our: deinand light; spring extra, 14 286$ , , ' S ociatiOn of Cincinnati filed its articles Greet end alaggie Swartz, Andrew Mur- Monday inorning. SI e leaves with a fair complement of peSple peaches, latthe ler quarters, bsesallissc tor W. teat peeve and advance's: No. I Chi- ; cog spring. letteVet,o4 No.. 2 Chicago do. bike . nhv and MOilie E. Coleman, T. N. Rose We are reliably informed that another URI a good treight trip. . !tutees, per he Lemons are quoteu e6ese 00 per . , oe incorporation in the . Cutlet), Becord- e s avatar ele'e, etrictly fresh mot Mits Aura- ' ' ' i er's eiliee. toalay. ,The capital stock is I rich. relati f ti and ,Lou. Schrock, Anton Ma er and . . ... , . on o le well-known cobbler, ' 1 he aherokee is the Wednesday packet for box. Oranges ere worth $21t-044 60 per box for - --- ' " 'e . c - --(5 - , I: ' ' ' New Orleans, under the auspices of the tin-, le Wit May; 94Xe une, No. 8 imago do,8 sum. - .. - t. ...estate, $7 etke8 SO per rlifiti for Valencia ; ette0,060, Wattled into shares of Saab each. Frances Stiger, George Ziegler and Min. J011 IS II 8 , D n o 111'1 as departed for the cineati and New Orients Packet Company. - HEMP-Tee market is steady' - rejected( 79c. eorn: demand that, and beet and quiet. 1 m1111111 and higher: No. 2 mixed, tiejec, spate . , Ca F. Waldapfel, John Rolfe, P.' Stein- ' lite Nan, Peter Eerbenwein and Christi 1 s tint laud. lite best part of the busia we he 1 1 i pe t tat our Hi:amount ir cues 11 casts The arrivals are light and the dente d is onlv baleen, F. Pagels and Philip S. Goodwin . !la 11-10eklee. ' Joiill ' Breen and -Anna ness is, that AO one wits left besides In their ballots att the spring election will not --------n- -- - --- 6 eSe bid for Aprir: 71sec bite May; rejected. , , . . . . - g . . . 1110110111tee Holders are firm and prices CAM- et s en, Oat d lid 1 gli t b t holders are t i; . Puern, John Keller ant Elizabeth Nail; Joint to Wee care oi tee fortuue et forget that eitaby Menet oar present efficient tinue unchanged. t Rough Kentucky is worth - - 8' (ma ' I- I ' u are tile Trustees. . ... , . Wharainaster, i8 a candidate for re.electiou. firm and lamer: No. 2, 5Steeil.ec, ate.; Hies . , . Wallace T.' Smith and Emile R. Made 250,000. . - a . - - 11 Wet 75 per ton, and 'tressed ffitettalikt per Ile UNCLE 'Jona ROBtasost, the Veteran Jacob' Schnieder and Lizzie Becker, The following are the marriage lieenses Mr. Milner's name Wite brought up before the . bei for Aprilfillee May. Rye quiet sad unHlterse-Tho, market is quiet and steady, - --- - " ' I. showman, eas this atternouti decided to Jetties Greene and Celia A yre, James A. issued since our last report: John Jo,- 'Iato "Burnam" convention, and dropped. We w th moderato- receipts and II00111101. 1 .140 - weisk chenged. Barks Quit and unchanged. . v quiet itt 41 11. . , .... . rutt ad the nice of Mayor oi Cincinnati. are glal of it, Now Sid., go in on your record c Leonard altd Kate Callahan, Thos. Lin- quett and Mary Grogan; colored licenses, tid let the party alone. 1. ou slued nave our . hangeja prices. We quote green limes 748c e. tier ib wet Batted 83iffiexte dry fine 40.1115e: The subject: has been urged ,upou aim min ' d al Th it 8 ti. French Hendricks and Alice Dixon. - - avote, and we have a Mender two who will' ti - - - - - - I -- - - - ; . - New York Market. , : - , g an ary ate', enry ei er en seeep pelts., 750141 26 tor gond to prime. and ' for some time by his friends, but be aud Anita Theebold, Fred. Brunet and A card in large and glowing letters on you a helping hand at the polite - . 2044 le for Mentor. NEW Tone, March 13-elour quiet. firm awl , 1 bad not decided upon a course until 3 Emma Hoffmann, Charlee Felton and one of the doors ot what is known as The Kenteeky packet Eureka leaves Fame- IRON-There Las been no' change in tee ill fair demand: stupettlne State and Western, - - ;, o'clock to-day, when. he gave his consent Georgina Wooliard, Samuel Tiebehnan Wades row, aSmall Pox," keeps that fort to-day tor Cincinnati, returning, on her market since our latit. We quote the tollowing it 4..e.e4 83; common to good extra do., H Ilime - e , ,e, to appear on the track.. The animals will anti earah Oda, Alex.' Latiale and tia- part of the street free from loafers. nuttier day, Titeettay. - The Billy Parsons is to entee the Middleport for pie iron at 4 months per ton. Ilan:oat hot blast 11. 1L-No. 1, $28,09: No. 2 Wester -extra 45 514 5 10; goou t,o choice $6 1646 4e; white sites; . '6; extra tato, 14 Lege He - î . now- be - stirred up,- and the show rah IL M. Martin. - . A number of ornamental shade-trees and Gallipoli trade as a daily pack 't. I.' - do, 827 oo; do. miii,e26; Alabama, Geor- tie Lutes, Stied. Rye flour steady at $4(05 M. , Will be lively both in rine and out 1 - T. J. Gerrie 2114,. Clerk. are being placed in the Court-house The following boats leave letteburg to-day ia and Tenneesee. lie. I. Heez28; No. t Lore-meal in fair request; Western. es Wee of it. ' No one ' knows better - thau ' . - - - yard. . - . and may be expecteti here early next week: 4427; mite 26; Hone-coal and eoke iron. No. 4 45 , , - Uncle John, how to manage a big can- ' - ' 2-he Egner Murder Trial. ' 411 the' Mayoe's Court this morning Juniata, C.D. LIIIITCh, IlOnSit108 and Chao. W. 1,,.6:62e; Noe. eeeeej. mile sesee.o. LI . 1, Wheat le better and in ?air demand: No-1 . , el . - , meat , Vas or bundle the ropes, and as for Work . MORNING SESSION. . tame al arY Martha and William Sulli- Mead. . , cold-bleat -II. R., 140 Mese ixt; Ahe,,,, spying, $1 Ham 22; No. 8 spring, el WM 1116; . . .! at the polls end handling tickets, who , In the proceedings ot the Egner bur- vau, charged with two separate drunks. Thelittlee Actives hatst lentteertV thse feotiae30Y Georgia and Tenneasee, warm auct cold. 191c.$1.1111110'141160881 iri:nii:,eng14, 0.14 ell: , - - - . , ,,anderstands that bolter than a showman der trial this morning, the defense re- Mary was dismissed with a reprimand, , i aVhe WZ 4rnae'el4ea isa hattiwng a Y P c.h 1 t biast, 135440. Bleents, 480.00. IV aught Scrap t ' " e -el lecot leg uneeerce 1Oe;s and mei- - . . new a tie pu per lb, leely,e do, cast, per lb, vale: man- wau ee, - - -- P of fifty yeare experience? , . ,, called witnesses already sworn for tfie Will am was tined el and costs, in de- team", at the Point Pietteant docks. , utactured flat,' round anti square bar, boil- "sate swing al utak 21; winter red W astern, - , : . ,, . State. Henry Fieiberg was the first fault of which be was sent to the Conley The Thompson Dean- leaves Louisville tor ed. awe: do. charcoal, swgeati, per lb; ehota st 28,csi 4: amber Western, $1 ;Mel el; white. . ?, . - a COrObelðs Inquests. - - wituess called: Rufer, on that day when castle. . New Orleaus next Tuesday. iron. boiled. Not 10427, 0(2,6 a-mee do. cher. Weetem, et :teat 88. Rye quiet at 90 glee. Bev- : . ' .. Two cern-beam were. sunk .yestorday by leV steady. Malt nide. Corn lirmerand miter the coal,. 5 7.1041tee per lb; horse gnome $5 NIX --- . r ., . : - - ' ' Corenter Maley this morning held an 1 paid him for bia week's. labor, was Coroner McCabe held an Inquest yes- ., high winds at asseyvilie. MeV belonged to AO 60 per keg; mute shoes. 46 tetwal .5 n., active: mixed Western, 65 seleyee; yellow W eat- - , ' , inquest On the. body of -the UnknOWn nian ' dreatied to go hourea 1 saw him in the terday on the body of a man mimed So- a - ' - ti i - d I 7 - - - miles Simp,on, an vree insure or s ,500. keg: steel, American cast. l'itglect American erla - - - -- etkeelleer, white western, 8510e5lim Me - ' . ' found dead at Mrs. Jacobs' boarding- afternoon, mit whether in his shirt brieski, who died under suspicious cir- The Enterprise, of this city. hail ;1,500 of it. casteprunt steel, Mc; imported tout stetee aka a shade better anti mederotely active: 1112L0fi - house, No. 09 John street, day belore sleeves or not 1 do not know. . ' ' otaustances on . Wednesday. Ile was The final award for carrying the Government 22c ; Gentian steel, 9Ceilec tier ib. . Western, 07Attec; white Weetern,118470e. yeeterday, tinder appareut mysterious I did not observe a bruise on his' fore- know n to have had considerable money SUpplies ou the upper Mieseert river has beed Al ILL FEED-The market is steady and Hay non and unchanged. , -., circumstances. Front the testimony el- bead; I did not hear Ruter say tuat be before his deatia. but at the time et hie Wren to Commodore 8. B. Couison. - ., - - quiet. Bran is lu fair request, with only mod- Whisky quiet at el la. . . , ... - ' ' aired, it was ascettained that his name fell off 'a sbed at the are the previous demise had none. The inquest, however The Paratrou arrived at New Oi leant; yester- erate demand, and quoted $22m24. bnipetude ' . .. . ' - - , , I day, eta the Indiana departed for Cincauttte are in limited demand at 423424. Mithitings THE history of the Henri House la ; - :Wits Jacob C. Craft, and-. that be hailed night; there were no scretches on his resulted in ho new developments.' , Arrivals and Departures-The following are are firm with fair demand, at $27(032 per tote ' . from ming() .0. The jury returned aver- face el did not see his shirt stained with Ilia Degginger, whose store on Pike the arrivals and uttpartures since our last re- on art tv'ea and le more or ton la remitted in Ellis city is suggestive of the good re- e, e , ' diet Mut deceased came. to his death blood:, I do not know whether there wes street . was burgiariously antered and port; le W. Skillinger from Pittsburg; All- store. , P . . , suits tbat can be accomplished by lade- '. !' ' "from consumption Rad abscess of the blood on his shirt sleeves. ' robbed a few weeks ago, is endeavoring des. front Wheeher; Ju'lla Nce 2, from liana- . edoLASSÉs-There is 'a fair demand for lo fatigable exertion and strait attention . .. , ! kidney.a . . . . In the cross-examination no further . . to raise among the neighboring mer, wha river: Arlington,. from Memphis, and cal-consumption and the market othrrwise is to besiness. One year.ag0 Col- Watson. s ' , . ,' '' ' The jury in the itiqeeSt held on the facts' were elicited. - ' chants a sum suilleient to employ a pra Shannon, from I.Stishville, IIIT . teed.. - ' very quiet acid prices aro unchanged. New after an absence ot two years, retureed ' ' , Italy -ol the man named Jacob Gruber, Henry Freibeig, je., sworn: There Was aate night watchman. The le Weelkillinger lettere' to-night. Tbe orleans is quoted 60;a7oc, it en- relined eielleei to the lienrie House. winch he bad pre- -. . , found dead at the saloon el LottlaVoght no blood on the aviator Reim s shit t that Toanorrow morning the confirtnatiou Andes lett last night. The Julia No. 2, Ailing- according, to quatity. are worth 604900 per ton and ?Mennen leave for their respect' i ive eel on. viously kept for sixteen years,.fludiag . a ,, at No. tel Court street, yesterday, found I know of; I noticed no bruise: on his etascot St. Paul's Protestant Churcia at Porte toenigia, The locat packets arrived and NAILS-Are steaay and 'quiet at previous its patronage scattered and gone- He e e, ' a verdict that death had, ensueefrout torehead; 1 never heard hint-say how he the corner ot . Bank Lick and Eleventh departed on time. prices, and there is a inotteiate emend. immediately comutenced overhauling the . a ',congestion ot the brain." ', - got the bruise. streets, will be examined. - . - The Charlie Bowen, No. 2. antIChas. McDon- We nuote: le to 60d. Li 2e: 8 to Ve. s8 60; house fronacellar to garret, and he new - '.! , Cross-examined: Fresh hides came in Tit 1 St P I' -r t t e eongregat, on la . au s ro es - aid pasaed up with empty tow& The Keyatone 6 to ece 63 75; 4 to 6ti, 4 00; ed, $475; 20, 46 76; has the eatislactiou of seeing it rant , . - l ....,.. .- on that Saturday evening Schilline departed for the Buelieville mines witti ewe sd e b. 16 25 cut spikes Li 00. among tho first in tne city in patronage- : , .. '' Horrible Death tts Warren County. I a ant Church wilt meet to-morrow after- barges. The ehampion, No. 8, brought the ' 1,1,81-Th' 1 t ' t d ' - helped to unload them; 1 tio not know h 0 e mat e imams a ea y and prices , noon at 3 o'clock to discuss the "school Bei-Franklin from Eaton to the foot of Vine rhe 'popular price, only $2 per day, WW1 . . - ' i '' On Weditesday aftertioen last, an ttged whether Refer did. I . ave undergone no materiel chauge since our - - i Juan named wolr, living itearHopkins- , ()nicer Paulus s worn : Iarrested latter tiou " ques . . , street. The Franklin leaves on Monday for last. 'Linseed is in moderate demand itt Sic per superior accommodations, and ite e ae . ville, Warren county, in this Stateacanid there nits a bruise on his forehead. theri; A horse was stolen on Thursday night Henderson. s in tai veuient location to the public Wilda; gallon. Lard oil 1 r demautt and tea at gee - ' i. d Pitt b - ' R eav ng o- ay-- a ur Boats L 1 T' a. W et st WO 12 for extra grade oi cern:tit make. Posttatice, telegraph (Aces, etre., and tie- : -: . a - ,to a horrible death.. Ile had Amen en-. feom Mrs.Selbardt, of Le A isburg. were seraathes on has nose, and hie eves The special term of the Kenton Critni- Sk ganger: Kanawha, hienn, AO 2; 14 'cantata Refitted petroleum la steady anti quiet ut lejs ing. connected wan all the depots by' ' s ' gaged in chopping near his -bowie and lumen:mu eiteeeeneet es if lie lute Veen Shannou; Memphis, Arliugrou; New Orleans, 01.4e per gallon. . street railroads, which past; the door or' . being iii feeble health, is suppose'd to " etruck.: .. e . , ., . .. ... . nal Court, appointed for Mouday, will Nick Longworth. , POTATUES-There has been no variation in the hetet ever five itute ak s is . . h tire falleu from a log, striking his head . Cross-exandued Iexamined his draw- T not commence until Tuesday. Leave Next Week-Shawneetownk etelay Arkansats River ittio lieg- km he .valuable: race-horse belonging to ner, Wedn , , II. 8. Tur- the market since our last. There is a gooti Y m tit al e . - , beyond doubt the best house in the cay .., t al donated tor the best grades at $1.(01 le per . . ' . - . . aeeinet a fence-rail with such torce as to era, shirt atia boots, there w me spots of the estate ot the late Jesse Wilcox was ler, Saturday; New Orleans, (aerobe, and um in store for cheice peachblow, with metier- lot- the merchant and the business niaa produce temporarfingensibility. ... , , blood on every one ot the articles except. tirchased yesterday by Mr. Fred. Over- Warner and barges, on Wednesday, and Chas. ate supply. Inferior qualities are dull ana to- stopett. We can testify to the read- , When diecovered by his wife a hog wa5 the pants. . . . ok. ot this city . . Rottman on Saturday. nominal.. , - , , , ere ot this paper as to the superior ata - ', aa . tearine his face with the raving ferocity The- witnesses' for the defense were ge - - . 'Au Interesting' lecture wad delivered - . . STA0103 Or VIC RIVERS. . POULTRY-The market is Hill eon -for 0 d t' el I lit f th '' . . c Imo a ion, an c vi y o e pitipte el a starving hyena., Her shrieks for . next called. - . Monongahela-1e feet and riming at Bmwns- chicken& with moderate receipts anu ram de Yeeterday on the subject of penmenship, eta. etors aiid employes, and recommend IS .' i s help brought neighbors to ber aid, aim w b i 1 11 d 1 h m. Oster o t-- - Ye n t e same before the Covington Teachers' - eland at $4 0005 24 per dome for either live AeSocia- Allegheny-8 feet and rising at Oil City, 16 Dreased turkeys are selling readily at 15,elec to tneir patronage. . the mangled remains were removed te ,bouse with Baiter: heard'of no fuss th r r's landing. e e tion, by Professor A. E. Burnett, Super- inches at Parke , , - per lb. . ' , . the "bouse. Wolf contiuuea to breath al h R f '. ' at nig t; saw u er, and he had no intendent of that science in the Cinetn- Wheeling:. 0 feet I incites and faille - ' . Rica-The market eoraluees titilet 'ancl yerANTED-BOT-,To make himself na,fat ' - - -",- e t some lone or five. hours. His lace and scratches on his Moe. . Marietta-18 feet and rising. steady, with& fair commuiptive demand at 7 te . bead presents a sickening sight,. His . A h R 1 ' nt oily tulip er . sworn-1. 11110W aberill Percival, assisted -be his dep- . . , a . . - 'HUI public schools. ,. - y a -about an Mlle, Apply at Wet (Mice. Is - . - 'T , , ' - Charleston-Kaunwha b feet :finches and fall- iast, per lb for Louisiana and 48)40 for Caro ' nose, cheeks, chin and eyes were entirely . Mg. line per la. R MEMPIlls, VICKSBC'RG mid NEItle e , ,- - destroyed. The deceased Was about, 75 1 saw: Im George Rufera h . about tity, N lobbies Corcoratayesterday morn- Runtington-21 feet and falling. ' SALT-There is moderate demand for Do- r 0...ANS.Leaves SATURe ' e' i ' ', attars of age, and a good man. . . ' seven o'clock that Saturday .eirening. mg sold at public auction a portico1 of eraukfort-Kentucky ea feet and falling. mestic at 23a 2511 per Me anti el MOO H ter DAT, 18th at li P. M positively liall ' - - , s ' ' He came in mr saloon and bed iiiii child the gooda and chattels of Mr. John B. Louisville-ilei feet du the .F14118111 the pass brL Turks' Islana is quiet at etkeete per u the large 'and ele '' ' gent passenger with him. He bad no bruise on his lore. Costa ou Pike 'street, who recently filed and railing. .. Liverpool is steady and in fair request itt II lie memory , . .. . . , , , - - -s Hamilton County Teachers, Adeoelation. Evansville-35feet int' rising. - . . ' , opt 40 per eack for coarse. head. He peter took his cap off. We an application in bankruptcy ---- . , NICK - LONGWOIrrIl. - ' -The Hamilton County Teacheis' Agee. conversed about four or five 'minutes Tee Democratic Convention' of K . enton Nashville-Cumberland fallings with scant 20 feeeon Harpeth Metals. . - -- , SEED-Clover is quiet at Ileolleen per ib, in store for prime quality. Timotny is in mutter- B. M. 141111111111,101; Master, J. H. Museum. ' ., . . Maeion, hetet their replier Monthly meet- He said, You won't see me around here county to elect delegates to the State Cairo-40)i tear aud risin - .' ' if ' - ,. , . , ate Wetland and iteady at 62 8042 90 per ine Clerk. For freight or passage apply ea boatets - ,, , - e ' . ' Eng lit the Council Chamber tills inoru much after -this, as 4 !lava beta dis- .Conventiou at Frankfort, will be held at St-Louis-7a feet and ramp - , -, . k tax III in fair request at si fe Der bik or to ROVSE it litutestele Memnon am- es . . loga . The meeting was opened with a charged." .1 asked him the cause, end Indepeudence on attendee neat. : - " Little Rock-Arkansas f .eet 9 inches and Butea it-There is a fair consumptive de- faunae and office No. A Ve, Fourth Ilti lialti-d '' ' , ,' muisage 'from Scripture by President be said, ,,I do not know whether Frei- . , , . . . risiett. ' . - mane, but beyond that the market is inactive. , . , ...' ',-1 te , , vista,. followed with prayee by Mr. berg WAS 'slack of work, or whether be ' . . - . Newport. r . Mr. Webb Morten, the genial Superintendent We quote: New Orleans at 7.egoffict yellow re- ekTOTICE.-Iirwilda Leo, plaintiff, vs. Herazy . e ', e Brickley. - ' .... wanted to hire genie one who would ' . Before 'Squire Bucbanan this mornin5 at t la til Elias Ehlet's steamboa P is g mins on flew, ne 930; extra le" Iffiglutett; it" white, vil Lee, detendaut.--State of Ohio. liantittle ' '' ''.. ., is a ha pv man. He is , . - 'rho minutes of the last meeting 'were work cheaper."' He had. on a colored came Kate Jones, charged with gran Lastaterereosuttisstree8 it,...., DaL:d . go itetegatai et "a" white, Ittagmteaci. hard, 11Se county Court ot COMMOn Please-Henry Lam '" ," t, a dad, dad, dam" ealiti per lb- whose lace of resilience is to the plaintit eta- - - .' yead and approved. Mr. Florian Gianque shirt. .tShirt identified.' . larceny. In default ot 000 bail ehe wtts wfigne a eoutiara . , sex, male.. . -, TALLOW-The receipts and demand being k P - ' now win- take notice that the platatitanme ..- - , Wee taoseu Secretary pro tem. , a -- Fasilerick. Rettig: I .am acquainted cominitted to jail to await the. action of Buis Brown thiti -morning received a tele- about equal, the market rules steady with no named did, on the 4th day of Marclt let," Ma .. : p . ' The liret part of the programme was a with. A. Eguer; I always boarded with the Grand Jury at the next term of the gram announcing the death ehis morning of materiat Change. Penne country is worth taia her petition in the Moe ot the clerk oi the - ' - line selection of mush; given by several Mr. Egner; I worked for A. ligner at Criminal Court. - Maee Andy Lytle, on board or the Cherokee.. reteic per lie e Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton tenni - -' , e , .,.e. al the leachers: "Ali the world is lost in that time, and work there no I also L .tle waa ono of our old-time boatme TuttAtAJ0---Market arm with a fair e- Deputy Marshal Taylor drew a silver Mr; a., , .. , , a 12, , : d Ohio. ease No. 45.758, charging mid Henry Lea . - es e - . .'' Neel)," and rea d h a f ap- sie t E ' h at w ' castor at Herman's sieight-of-kand per- allIuke'Y e"wn aung ''lle "stern . . pe a ai yes o pt a gner a ouse; r. elf slept waters. mend, and sales at the following rates: with (1) three yen& willtui absence trots said ' , ' ,. leoparticulars are given. He leaves a family For manutacturing purposes-Lomat wrap- plaitadr, and (2) gross neglect of duty towards S - -' - r , : ,...plattee. ' si ' ..- - witirme; I do not know where Fred. formance, last night. - ' , , . at tempera Ky... Tile CIL:maim wilt arrive pers, 29agill: engin Milers, 16,geffict dark eaid pianterior three yews. and asking Mai , r .. ' . . ' ' .. 1 : ' 'Ilir T . ristler,of the Lawrencebarg High was that Saturday night; A. Egner was A. special session of the School Board here toanorrow. ' -.- wrappers, 144180I dark niters. lotaive oer lb. she may be divorced from said defendant, nud " ''. ' ', .'' ' . r . ,. echoed, next delighted the members of in the ber-rooni and Mra..Egner in the this eveniug. , - ; ,, : Shipments to the several deearting boats to- For bhipping-Bright leate2444Uct MIMS Mem tor other teller, whieh petition will mend fee e '' ' I , the Aseocintion with an elaborate dis nein. room. al '' The Paymaster of the Barracks has nay look better than during die early part or 1114e0c; Apt waste 11ite; dark teat. irlealse; bearing nor after six weeks trom the gait ' - -e. 1 , ' e . i1111810n of ',Skilled Labdr in our Tablas - arbere, was a light in the saloon when arrived. ':- , a - - . - ' - - . ' .' . the week.- , . - : , . , : , - 11,ra Imre. litgatim dark trate), flehOo peree. below. . ARWILDA LEE, by . , - .- ,. , , , telle018," ' lira Trietier. delleteped .. the 'went to bed. kr Biota: or, - Ino, Wife Mre Ta A-. Widrig has 'gone 40 'Utile M - , - . ,a'here is about 4 feet water at Kansas City, Gino seed teat to worth Irieelffic for cmar wrap- . -. name a amine, her Attorneys. ,- . -- ,.. ' . . 0 . , . , . oe and the tea lit theeStee; breaking up. : pets; tleklie for cigar tillers per lb. '. . Monk 7th, lou . . . snatiatite , - . , . :- 1 ---, - - , - - - -- - . , .. . .. . . . . . . . , -, . . . - -1 1'1 , .4' 1 -':,)11 i ' 1 ' , 11 I '' , ' 1 i , ' $ .'''', i'r;: ?I' , .. t '. , ! ' , !' - t 1 , i,' I, ,... . . ; '1, , 1, , ' . i 1 , P . ., i i e ' t ... . , ', ' : , r 1 . , . - ', , , , - , "!' : , : , '; , t, , , , , . , . , ( , 1 - ' 1 , ' 1 - i : ' - ' j , "