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For New Orleans .Star Line Tucket ,
- . .IPfc Tho.tranier l.AXIHS, Cupt. Holt,
, MtfjuiBTC-!!' leave tin Tnmda., th l.t inst.,
lit" I . v '.
Merchants' Inileriomiont Id'no For N'pw
fc."!E.N Steamer Kolt'nYAYNIi;. ('apellate,
MMMUMaMHWHI IfAVt Oil 1 llf'SMU.V
'J' !! 'I'V.;; 111 '
4 P' ra
For St. Louia. Kxiiresm Lino.
a TTT I1 '''"Iot 1.KHIHII, t iipi. M k,
iWTn ii TrHawlll Icatu till. Jul, at p. m.
lli" i , ' I
r ti T. ii Y ii i . I
For MemnhiH IWuliir 1 iit'ki't. 1
!CILljS hteainrr tU.KNDA l.i:, Ciipliiin i
,u. ' IliwiNA "... I
The steamer W. I. MA( LAY,
ftstrll.lol'. Viil leave this ll:i.
I II I S A I II.
Hogtilnr Packet IW JSt. I.ouis A' ICrokuk.
.P" K Thn slenmcr Mil 'M. WAL-
.-..A I. MK. t iipt. 4 'ami II. vlll leave
. I III) LM. til I l. Ill . I li " I - I ' .
Merchant' tiuli'pcnilciit Lino I'm- New
a, Ihe steamer ,i. . risi.Mii.i,
Mill ll'le mi Thur.
IKWIN A I
the :'At at 4 p. in.
For Memphis nml New Oi'lriiii
- . H Steamer LAN ll. dipt
nil. wil I
leavta ahornniitht.iliiv.lM iiiil., ul 4
For I!. Louis inul Keokuk.
- ., tjl ,L Steamer I.KHIt. If, Ctud. Shook, uill
H'auaujsseiBlcava a. allovo Oils ilav, l.t iiim..at 4
p. hi. A. II. St II l: 11 ,v I'll.
Fur Xow Orlwins.
. J ho steamer .1.
A ('.int. Ilii. liHlL uill l..,.v ,,n V...ln,...
a,ilMiU'liiui.,Rt 4p. 111. A. Ii. M II It AM 'U..
Si W llllHlt-l reel.
Fur Sit. Louis tnul Knukuk.
- , JH!' The UMinnr W. 1. MA' LAY,
1.mLlil.i)7." Im Ciipl. Il;tfi,.,ir. h ill leave mi Thins
u. ill.,;! in-i,.ai4 p. m. A. I). KM I! A M tin..
St Walnut Mi,, t.
For Cliirkuvillo uml Nashville.
2m inst., 111 i p. m.
The steamer SA M K I II K M AX.
. rimrp. w ill I, -.iv,' in Vcliie-iuv,
I p. m. A. U.fCIIIIA.M A li
2:i w ilium hi ivef.
For ('liiiksyiUe uml Nusliilli.
- 1T Tl' steamer 0OrW00. Ca,.t.
i i ntf at I i 1 iM i I . win leave n ai,,,ve nil iiiiv,
I'l mill., ai Ip. in. UIIIIWXK 1. 1 Dl.'
4 rillilii- Lntldiif,'.
For St. Louis.
ftenmer I.KII T; If , fi4it. Shuiik.
leave this dsr, 1st ilist., til I n. m.
TM.on . I Public Laitdlii-r.
For St. Louin.
Thestcnmcr W. f. MUX. XV.
'apt. Hiil,h,'l,,r. nill Iimivi. this ilnv.
in inn., at 4 i
llllllW.SK A 1,1 M.OW.
4 I'ulili,' Liiinlln..
For Arkunsan Kivrr.
Tlie steamer 1' TZ II I ! II , l ,i,,i.
Viiul.Hor, w ill leiiwnn ',.,hi,',lav. tin
t III 4 u flufli p. III.
ju()ysu Ajji nr.ow, i i'hi.h,- i,nii.nK.
rniNd ni.ivi:i. '
UlCllllia i, Xew Hirliinoiiil, ltiilcy anil
ITLS I..WCATHR, N'o. 3. dpt.
tnSMtdfSlri'l.l'ossp.R, L. II. M,ml:i.'iTk. Invi's
(rum f.iutol Walnut MriK-t. Tl' KSIIA V.TII I" I'SH Y
and SATl'RDAY. nt r.'i.ilmk, M. Til.. I.Riu'iiiii-r
ha irntFrcil porumiii.ntly In Hib Irailf. For Kn-ialit
cr PiMeo apply mi hnanl.
hemiy uianoFHiik. Tn,,. a. iiri.iir.An
HENRY BISHOPRICK & CO,
Proprietor anl Jlnmiraoluioi nr
INFALLIBLE BAKING I'OWIIKK,
And Wholesale PonU'i in
CREAM TARTAR, BICARU SODA, c.
flfhopr!ck Inlnlliblo H;ikinr I'.m.Ur In nn inHi Ii
itnpiitftllril, inl ivhkh t-uinml Ik ruri)NtM'i tli-Hi s
wmptltitni antl ii know1'lt-H no uitriur. ven ii;
thin prvflrrettKiTraRn; it I wi-ll known in t ho Knslcr ii.
n,ttm himI Hnulhfin StiitfH in In h roiniHittiid f
rnrv r-Acaiiciir, nun in Hit I IV mr cock INK lll'pniii
Vinlh in fHmiliiti, fiitilii(lr, lionnliit lioiiHt't ; tl)i
M'eiiteru 1'inir.iiit iiMli-)'i(till. -
31 AM'KAtTOHT A Mi W Jlfl.l.h A I.B M.POT
111 IV est FJOh Street, t irtriimali, (.
rWlRAM, Organine, Kiuhroiilcry, l;alillcr!.'
-L Fiiuga anil Mpiiol Silk;
Twist and Machine Needles.
Uun ilime niol. Bt iliivi'.ioril Silk for Srwinn
65 West I'otti tli strt et. tl Kli.or.
.mux ii. .nirvior.
THOMAS .lOI.'VKT. 47 Ai iit.
.fw and Invaluable Kfineily fur
-Ihc iurf of Kiiitiut'.
7 A C EI1TAIX C I 'J I :.
Th nniiiT-lKn"! piv iwri-i a I'Iaw (nit at ' M w it
Alpinn Iterlin, wliich hf run UTOimnrttft ) fill miU'- t
in nt 'iliiiiniv. u a rtiiu'Uy whiili wilt tinv thi
painful flit'n)f In theoMo-tt of riii. hi a iiin.
withutit pHinii. HaTiiifj urt.ti tl iiti iuft wamlt rt'nl
beallutf pofi' rlnrins many ycurh' pntrli'-i' in Swlt
7Hnl ftitl ilcrinanv, Iih wmtlil in rile ;ill iuptuit
pvrtonx to tffro it fidr trtnl. One pm ul it, . tin priiv
of wliioh i :',. will rtTwt ;i run in ino-i liiws. il i
fnmftioHt A.TAFI'I.'S Urtttf hitiiv. tn-i i li-rn-t tur
uer ul' Sixth tuni Atuin mii., t iu iniaiii.
On. I '. .I Ml 'II K ft,
W'ff"!. ttfr fin- fnrfht t inlorinniirin in ,u jmImi ii
lo J. Zurcht'i. liux H4, ritu:innitti. Ulihi. :'(.
..-IIXION DIISPAKH (0MPANV.
Quickest and Cheapest Freight Line !
Thii Lumpiiny lorwuril I n ilil (' n H )!. -s-Ht s. Imr
nnd ! Mrn IiimkIhi', HiiKiitt o timl I'luix ih of nil
d-McriptiiniN -oil '.r Miinnfft turt i -t..lliii N.t.s
u-nU Aivuiinls, unJ 1I0 n
; k 1; ji a 1, 1; pit i.ss
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com mission in:s 1 x i:s s,
, TiiMoui;aorT i:nr AVi.st.
Af)rrit 111 nil tlit Ji !hv!iii Tmriut mid I'ilim;
VF.Vr Toll K . IMIIl.AllKI.I'IIIA. l!llTll. lit f.
KAf.O. niK'AHi). ALIUS Y. liKTItiHT. 'Inl.DliU.
MJLW ALKLJJ, f-T. Lul ls. I.ul'l I I.I.C, aiol in
Cincinnati, 29 Sycamore St.
It. V. IIOCKINO. Am ST. .
(ill.lll'.ItT & IIIC'kl'.M.OOlM'.H.
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
No. ti VIXK STIIKKT, AIMiYK MH'II.
Surveys of every ilesci-inlion proinpllv nlleii'lc,! to.
Particular attention paid to aiii vejs mid muImIiv Imiiiik
mailfl widiln thecily. Ilaviim lately purchased all
the Held honks coiilHinliiK oriuiiail not,. and lueuoi.
randa of aurver nud siiliilivisjiuiH luade in thi.eiiv
and Tieluity, null tlis liookrf. plals and pniM-ra of dm
lata Uandnll II. liiekey, Ko., wlio for inaii) years
. was a prominent sui'Teyor mid civil cnuiueer ,,f the
rtty and county, emlu-itcina owr iliirfv volumes ot
nein noipa aim more inan lour uilliilreil plats, w urn
enaoien 10 ivinice wun aia-uraey anil cerlaiulv mir
vaya which be may have made, mid lines ehlithti.hed
ly him. .'1
Billiard Table Manufactory
J. M. BRUNSWICK & BRO.
Combination Patent Cushions, Patent nhlniiiFil Dec,
1&7, approrml l be the heat Patent Cinihiouaever
invenieu ny all the ncieutinc Players.
A large assortment of Marble Sli.te and Wooden-Top
mvvm on iihii,! mm iriiuy for nllippiPU
at a uiomiuilN uutlce.
Office, jVo. 81 Sixth tti rtt, In. Main tynrW,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. no
THK OllIOINAL AMI ONI.T
(iuarta 1S cents. Plata 10 tents.
EdmTUid C. Charles, Importer,
I llioadtvay, N. V
Fnrnlabed to the trade at the loweat h'ew York
rices, or , ,
" WM. It. IIOItNEW,
fiQhl! AGENT FOR CINCINNATI,
N. IS. Corner Sixth and Race Bta".
Mr Otuwe d.lit.red in any part of the city free of
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR "THE DAILY PRESS."
The lloiii'e Imik up tlie Xiivnl Appi'iiirinliiiU
ml ,.nciirroil in Mr. .licrmiinV Riutind
. .1 .......... .-:ii r iiinniiii
Wakrixqtox, Fabrunry 2S.--In tlie UOUSR
to-tlay, iin exciting poltnctiy vran maintninod
Iwtwcun Mr. Keuxn9 of 'roxas, anil bin col
lenirue. Mr. Brvnn. involving n (itieMioH nf
vcnu-liy, Umitig whMi tlio Intter tniil: "I nm
liln lirrn nml Gln'licr0 for wlint I hnvo
lui'in rrminiig in,- 11 ,iiij'iui(uii 1,1 .(,,.,1,-if
,,. rei,..r. ..rmatnont. oniiininent finil furl fur
tU,,,lnul., ,( l,c,,p, t ,j(lo,iiiio, to le ex-
pemlcl lullowa: if (lilii.miil for liomp nn.l
ul Hit intilei in i. nun I .iiiui.iniii lur rrpnnv. wun
Hie pmvi.Hi tluil iiul nior limn 1,00(1 Minll l.e
I'Tpi'inli'il nt tiny iinvy ynnl l'r ropnir-i, uulesn
the in riwyii y liir atu-li rvpairii lie (leimin.-trnti'il
Iiy (lie repiirt (if a iicnirtl. pnnainlinK uf not Icfw
t Ii ii n lliree nnviil nflieeri'. 1" li e vntn in ngtveing
to thin niucndnicnt rM yeni I'Jl! i nan (Hi.
An niiH'iidnii'iit. rcdiieinf; llie npiroiriii(ii,ii
of l, 102.0(10 fur the ten nnvy-ynrils to only
i:i),(MMi, was concurred in ty 6S iimjorily.
The hill wiip then juiced.
Mr. I'lii'lp-, ul' MiKsniiri. from the (.'niniiiillee
on Vnyi4 it ri it Mean', Hakcd leave to repou u
lull to ie ive, tor ten year!", the net uulliiiri.inx
the issue of Treasury notes. tilijeetiouK were
Mr. iin,e,l n nsi,onsi,,n of the rule.
NeiratiTi'd. Venn !);. nnyj 0S. Not two
thirili. Mr. l'lmlp. of Mo., moved (,, u iutu Cuiu
ni ii (so of Ihe Whole un tlienlaio of the I'nion
on I lie .Mi'eelliineutis Appropriation Hill.
Mr. Covode, of la., inquired whether it
would he in order lo offer a Tariff Hill as an
iiiiien liiii'iit lo the Appropriation Hill.
Tlio Speaker replied thai thu t'huirmiut of
the t'oiiiiuillee of (ho Whole Would have to de
termine that iueHtton, an it would feme liefnro
Mr. Plitlps' uiolioii was ugrcfd to.
Mr. Wnjililiurne, ol Win., inovud to stiike
out Hie item of $'.'.iU,0il(l for continuing the Sur
vey of the Atlantic and Uulf Coasts.
Alter n delude the motion was rejected.
SKXATli Alter tho tranfaelion f wime
uniiiiportant Imsiness. Mr. Vulec, of riorida,
lioni tnu I'ostollK'c (..onitnlitee, reportcil nd
vcr.'oly to it large liumher of memorial!! nuk
ing for new post route?.
Mr. l'ugli, of Ohio, moved to tnke up the
UoiiieMtend Hill, hut tho Senate refused, hy a
vole of yens 2!!.: nnyn 29.
Mr. Houston, of Texne, wado hij parting
.speech, in closing his political career review
ing and vindicating bis Congressional course1
Committees of Cuiifercnro were nppninted
to meet n similar Committee of tho lloiuic nn
the Legislative, nml Incentive, and Consular,
and Diplomatic Appropriation Dills.
Mr. 1 r on -1 .n said that he had liccn 4i) years
in puhlic life. I lo would leave posterity to de
termine how ho had spent il, nnd was content
to stand on the 1'onndalinn where it should place
linn, lie emiirnceil tnc occasion to renin the
calumnies hy which he was assailed. Ho es
pecially cited the Couiiilors of the Texas Al
manac, just laid on his desk, nnd was severe
on the Hov. Dr. James If. l'erry,of New York,
who had recently lectured on San Jacinto.
That person who had joined the Texans from
patriotism, was connected with an attempt to
sell a frco yellow girl in New Orleans.
Mr. Houston said that he had placed him on
his siatf, hut he(l,crry) hud hcn for the last
twelve veins engaged in defaming his charac
ter, although it was owing to his (Houston's)
clemency, that he was not executed in Texan
for holding comniiiniealiou with the enemy.
He cuncliiiled hy snyinj; that this was the last
lime that his voice would lie heard in that
, lin iiitjci'. Willi Ihe gentlemen who had suc
cessfully occupied the seals, he had ever 'at
tempted to cultivate friendly feelings. Ilia
prayer will he that light, knowledgo and pat
riotism may guide them, and that under their
influence and exertions, peace and prosperity
may he secured to the latest posterity.
On motion of .Mr. Hunter, of Virgini.i, the
l'ostoltice Appropriation Bill was takon up.
The lirsl section appropriates : For inland
transportation of the mails, l2,n:l.f,ON0 ; com
pensation to postmasters, 2, ST j, UOli ; postmas
ters' clerks, ."ill,llllll ; ship, stcamlioat and way
lutters. 2u,llii(l: advertising, TlJ.lllii); mail-hags,
.lUJliiU : printed blanks, M),n(it) ; wrapping pa
per, 50,110(1 : mail-locks, keys, seals and furni
ture, l."i,00(l; special agents, ;.1,IIH0; miscella
neous payments, 2i)0,0i0: postage stamps nnd
tnmped envelops, 11111,0011 ; new edition 1'ost-
odice laws and regulations, I.'i.imii). The second
section appropriate! for deficiencies of rcvenuo
in Ihe 1'ostollice, for the year ending June :ll,
lt;:,l), ::.S:;S.7t)H. Section third enacts that, if
the l'ostoflico revenue shall he insullicient to
ilefiav Iho aiiliroprialions of section lirst. the
deficiency id the expiration of each iiuai'ler of
the liscal year shall l,e paid Irom the Treasury.
The total amount appropriated is 10,50(1,000.
Alter much discussion, extending till nine
o'clock, the Ihiid section was stricken out, and
in lieu thereof huh inserted a section providing
(hat die sum of .-li,0ilu,O0ll he appropriated
from the treasury lo meet the dcuuicuciuH for
the fiM-iil year, hut that the postmaster shall
in no event, expcml or incur any liabilities
whatever over the appropriation for thocunent
cal year. Ai,,plci.
Was hi soi on, l'oliruarv 20, 1'. M. The ex
amination in relation to the killing of Philip
jiarton iey, ma not tune place to-ilny, ns was
Mr. Sickles lias retained as his counsel Mr.
Stimlon of l'itlshurg. Chilton and Hnlclille, mid
vcpoit rays others, including David Paul
lirown, of Philadelphia.
Through the intervention of n friend, Mr.
Sickles has consented fur the present that Mrs.
Sickles and their child shall remain with her
mother, who was yesterday telegraphed for and
is expected to arrive here to-night. The jail
una visited to-day hy many of Mr. Sickles'
Numerous minors arc afloat concerning nil
the parties, having the effect to aggravate the
lin ts, already pamtiilly distressing, and inanv
of the.e rumors are pure lictioii.
Wamiiinoion, February 2H The Select Com
mitlee appointed at the lust session to examino
tlio accounts uml conduct ol (icncial Ciillom.
the former Clerk of the Hoiism, aeriuit him
any corruption or dishonesty ;n the discharge
ot tus unties.
Much interest is manifested with regard to
Ibe organisation of the next House in view
'lie present probability ol un extra session.
Several gentlemen are spoken of for the va
rious offices, and prominent among them is F.d
ward Uall, ex-uieinher from Ohio, now here,
who is named lor Clerk.
Tho Naval Appropriation Dili, which passed
the House to-day, proposed as originally re
ported to appropriate (in,"0il,000, hut it was
cut down to the extent of 2,2.in,IMIll. It ap
propriates 004,0110 ior completing the seven
sloops 11 nil sine wncei steamers heretofore, an
Washington, February 2H. The wralher
reports received to-iiay describe the weather
clear and sprmg-liko aa lar south as Wilining
ton, N. C. From Wilmington to Mohilo it
warm and cloudy, and nt Wheeling clear
cool. Tho average tomneraluro Is d'-g.,
mo provHinng winii ,. m.i;.
New York Bank Statement.
Nkw Yon', February 2S. The Buuk Stuto
nieiit for tho week ending Saturday exhibits
decrease in loans of $1,(110 00; deorease in cir
culation, $:!(), JdO; decreuae in net deposits,
rn4u,iiiiu ; uiereasu in specie, c,ji.),iivii.
ru'iier last, wan zn loci on the f ails.
. Weather clear und growing cooler. ' Mer. 45
PiTTsntnn, February 2 P. M.River
feet by the pior-mark, und stationary.
Weuther clear and cool. Arrived .South
America. Departed Mariner, for St. Louis
Terrible Calamity—Explosion of a
Steamboat—Two Hundred Lives Lost.
Nrw (Rl.A!st, February 28. -The Steam
boat Princess, from Ylckslmrg for New Orlenna,
exploded and burned nn Sunday morning at
Conrad's Point, near Baton Rouge. Four hun
dredpersnns wereonboard,nf whom twrVhundrcd
are lost and missing, mostly residents of Loui
siana nnd Mississippi, A large numbor of la
dies were on board, filling the ladies' cabin
nnd half nf the gentlemen's cabin.
The following are the names of the killed as
far ns ascertained i J. W. Seymour, of llnton
Koiige : Cidlouin, of Maysrillo, Hy. ; Pilot uf
the Princess j Assistant Knginecr; II. U. Mur
phy, of St. l.ouis ; J. J. Hodges, of Missis
sippi, and three unknown.
Missing Charles Dnnnistcr and L. Howard,
representatives, of New Orleans ; Joseph Clark,
Second Clerk i Samuel Waits, of Vn. No other
Northern or Knstern names nrc ascertained. A
large number were badly scnldcdand otherwise
injured. The boat and cargo are a total loss.
The boat was ouenf the finest on the river.
XkW York, February 28. The Klack War
rior still lies in nn exposed situation, nnd will
go to pieces. A large ipinntity vf her cargo
was brought ashore yesterday at Hockawny.
The boiler attached to the stoam-pump on
board exploded yesterday, demolishing the
upper deck nnd seriously injuring tho engi
neer. I.ATKit. The Ulnck Warrior is reported to
have gone to pieces.
TrtCA, February 28. Tho theater in this
oily was destroyed by fire last night, involving
n loss of $18,0110.
News by Mail.
The Paraguay oxpedition has boon hoard
from. The bark Antagonist, from Buenos
Ayres, arrived at New York on Sunday night,
with dates to the 4th nf January.
The inadequacy of tho expedition, " becauso
only a few vessels are capable of ascending the
river," seems to bo the general impression.
Commissioner llowcn nnd the commander of
the squadron had gone to hare nn intcrviow
with Lopez, with the U. S. brigs Dolphin and
Perry, which will be taken in tow nt Fork's
River by tho steamers Fulton and Water Witch,
Tho rest of the fleet was at Monte Video.
A Paraguayan steamer had gonoup the river
with a chain to place across it, and impede tho
progress of the U. S. vessels. A French and
nn Knglish steamer had also gone up tho river.
It was suppnsod tho mission nf tho latter was
to demand indemnity in tho caso nf tho British
schooner recently seized by Lopez. It was said
Lopes has 10,00(1 men under arms.
Heavy gales and many marine disasters,
along tho Atlantic const, are reported. The
Ulack Warrior is breaking up, nnd tho men
have left her; Iho Ottawa, from St. Mary's to
Mnlangns, and tho F. C. 1'oak, from New Or
leans to Providence, have been wrecked. Many
vessels have been driven ashore. Snow was
falling at Boston, nnd nt various points north
It is generally believed that tho President
will immediately rccoive Senor Mata, nnd thus
recngniy.o tho Juarez Government. It is
thought, morcove;, that the Cuba Dill will pass
the Senate by about line majority; that the ap
propriation bills will ho passed; that the propo
sition to revivo the Tariff of 1 K-1C!, retaining
the free list of 1H&7, will fail; nnd that the
great fight of parties will take place on the bill
to reissue Treasury-notes.
The Railroad Convention closed its sitting
on Friday night, after having come to an ami
cable, adjustment of their Uillcrenccs. A gen
eral reduction of ten per cent, upon all from
New York to Western points was agreed upon.
St. Louis is included in the roduction. The
fare of passengers was allowed to rcmnin as nt
present. ' -
Mf.xii'0. The sleumsliip Tennessee, with
dates from Vera Cruz to the 22d inst., arrived
at New Orleans 011 Saturday evening. Mira
nion was still at Orizaba with four thousand
men, nnd was collecting foreod loans overywhoro.
He had formed a Cabinet, with LnrnAzar as
Minister of Foreign Relations, Zagncota as
Minister of Finance, and Castillo ns Minister of
i nr. Four thousand Libcruls were at .acatc
ens, and another body at Morelin. The "Pro
grcsso" of tho I tth inst. states that tho French
und English commanders notified the Captain
of the llnitcd Slates ship-of-war Saratoga
that they should board tho Tennessee to see
if any lillibusters were on board. The Cap
tain of the Saratoga intimated that such a
tiling should not ho done while the Saratoga
was near enough to prevent it. Tho foreign
minislers nt the capital had not recognized Mi
ra 111011. The Knglish nnd French squadrons
were in hostile attitude before Vera Cruz, and
were favoring Mirnmon. The Church party
will attack the city from tho sea, while Mira
mon attacks from the land side. The Knglish
and French inerclinnts had renounced the pro
tection ol their own ting, and placed themselves
under the American nag.
II.kTTi Fort Laboi.t. In thut fort was im
molated the unfortunate Decimus flrevier,
The following is his story :
The Sieiir liilinuce, baron and son ol the
Minister (ielin, otherwise called the Duke de
la Daudc du Noir, haviug beaten Madame
.Nicolas (ircvier and her daughters with a rid
ing whip, was called to account by Decimus
(iiuvier lor the outrage committed -on his
mother and sisters. A duel, with swords, fol
lowed, in which tho Waion fell. Decimus was
arrested, and, as he was a lieutenant, he was
tried by a military commission, which con
detuned him to three years imprisonment. But
the Minister, dissatisfied with this sentence,
obtained the consent of his ox-Majesty, and
had Decimus sent to Fort Laboue, wliero ho
was assassinated immediately after his arrival
Hero also was murdered a brave man named
Patrice. His crime wns this : When the pick
ets endeavored to enter Aux-Cayes, to pillage
that town, in IK-lfi, Captain Patrice sallied out
against that liorue ot brigands, whom I10 sue
ceeded in putting to flight. In April, lHjS.ho
remained the same 1'a . 'ice ot ixiu. rortnis
reason, and this reason only, was he arrested
nt Aux-Coyes, and imprisoned nnd put in irons
ut Port-au-l'rince, without trial ot any sort.
He wns then condemned to seven years im
prisonment, in irons, in tho dungeon of Mole
St. Nicholas; and to bury forever the true
causes of his wrongs, and conceal them car
nally from history, Fort Labouc secretly put an
end to his sufferings.
Tho prison of this fort Is a subterraneous
dungeon, damp nnd infected a tnuA,in short,
in which, even with the mildest treatment,
thoso who are interred there can not live more
than fifteen days. Hut the commandant of the
place, u person named Richard, was in tho
habit of abridging the sufferings of those who
woro sent to him without a formal order of ex
termination, by causing hundreds of blows
be administered to them with a stick twico
day. Ho was, it is said, the direct heir of nil
his inmates. As soon as ho received a prisoner,
lie had him stripped and cast nnked Into the
dungeon. Ho retained, for his'own benofit,
tho provisions which the relatives of the con
demned, ns well as tho charitably disposed
Fort Liborty, sent to these unfortunates.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, February 28.
FLOl'lt Pi ices nre higher nnd the demand active.
'I' hu sales embrace :i,uoo brls.nl ohm -) 7iihir super
fine, and (f.'i Mali for extra 1,274 brls, wcro received
the Inst twenty-Jour bourn.
WHISKY The market Is Arm nnd Ilia 'demand
K I. Sales of I, loohrls. ut 2.V'ic, Including wngou.
PltOVlSlONS-'J'here Is n fair demiind lor henry
bulk Sides, with sulea of I.H.noO lt,s., at sVus'iic.
Nothiligdolie hi light Sides or Shoulders. Bacon waa
offered nt T't nnd but heard of no sales.
Lard uiiiet ut ll'-c. Nothing done.
UUOCMtl KS-Mohissea dull at :wM7c, Itli but
limited demand. Sugar sella in the regular way
7cj7''., and the demand moderate. A sale of
UHffH Collce, good Itio, ill 12'qc.
WHKAT The deuinnd is fair and prices one limited.
Miles :SI 1,'IHll. Jiuoll Willie Ul 91 .s.
(,'OltN The market i. unlet and unchanged. Kales
son lae.li. al tik ,, ihdivercd, uml 7iki do. ut Sue.,
IIAitl.KY-TIi" market lsratherdull,thoinh prices
nre with, nit rinotable change. Sales liisi hush,
7.Y,' soc. lor good lo prime.
OATS-The market is iiiiet nml unchanged.
quote AKgt iVlc. ns the range of prices for Iota on ar
rival. 1MTAT0EH-:A sale of 40 brls. prime Niwhnnnocka
nt 2 an per brU .
SKKI Clover remains null. Salon .1m) bnh., In
sncks, nt Sit 20, and 43 Oris, at (A tMn il .). .
New York Market.
NEW YORK, February 28—P. M.
Cotton advanced; sales 4,fiOO bales at ll'uH2c. for
Vlour buoyant: sales is.nno brls.
Wheat thin; aales 4,nun Imshela Milwaukee Clnli nt
l n. Corn ilnll; sales l2,noo at IW8.v. for mixed,
sic. lor Yellow, ami TiWSlc. for poor White.
I'm k iiulet nt )f 17 SM'i is II) for mess, nnd $13 2.1 for
prime, l.iird dull nt ll'ifn I2;c.
Whisky tlrm at 2sci'M,ic.
tmoir alendy nt 7Vi(n7;t,c.
liioon sternly at s'icw'if. for Sides, and n.Hjt'lc.
I.lnsfed Oil dull nt7c7 70c.
Pot ami IVarl Ashes steHily nt M 7.V'A K7.
Frcfiibts on coiion to Liverpool .v:ii.il.(ft:i.K,il.
Htocks tinner; C. nml It. I., G2; l.'uniherland Coal
Co.. 241 N. Y. Cclltllil. NlV. ItiiKlilw. .Ml: Vlrclliln
sixes, '4; MissoHi i do., si, n; (jalena anil t'liicnito,
;nS.; MliiiiL'.ui Central, ;,Jvi; C. ami T., an'i
117 a, J illlk. ,-ixes, ,.11.
PHILADELPHIA, February 28.
PiCiidstufTs held with Increased flrnmess, and the
supplies come forward slowly. Sales looo brls. Ohio
Fl.uir, nt lor superllns, and S U) for extra. It) e
Flour linn nt SI :. Corn .Menl dull at S.'l f,2. The
receipts of whcHt continue small, and prices have
ni?aln advanced. Sales of lied at SI 4srii I :o, mid
Whitest VI liKf'l 70. Ilye sells as fan! ns it arrives at
line. Corn Is In irond rc'iucst; sale. 4mo bush. Yellow
at sic. Out advanced: sulea i'ssio bush. Jersey and
Pennsylvania at .YI'siVi .'-V.
Jlesa Pork linn at tfls ao; t'si conka (.'recti Menls
mihl nt lo'tje. for Hams In pickle: ti'tc for Sides, and
7'ic. for Shoulders. Smoked Sides aellinff at lo'l
(n in .c., and Shoulders nt ss'c. Lnrd I. acllin?
at I2',flii;s per on., lino kpkh at i:ru.c.
Whisky lirni at 27i.2.Sc. lor Pennsylvania nnd Ohio.
BALTIMORE, February 28.
Flour unchanged. Wheat Arm nt 81 SO for white.
Corn bnoynnt at 707?e77c. for white nnd yollow.
C'olTea firm at ICic. for Itio.
Yesterday was another delightful day clear, pleas
ant Slid refreshing. Tho river is receding more
stowfy than ever known before after bucIi a flood, ami
ull day yesterday It did not recede more than two
Inches. Itepnrts from nbovo advise us that the llig
Sandy nnd Knnnwhn are running ont full again. On
Saturday, at Pittsburg, there were strong Indications
ol another rise, ami on .'.llnlny evening there was
twelvo feet six Inches, with n prospect of rnln.
Freights aro conipnral Ively plenty, but rates remain
about the same ns nt onrlHst report, and with a slight
advance in New Orleans, we continue to quote
PiTTsneno. Cotton, K.v: Molasses, n5c.; Whisky,
Vie.; Flour, 25e.( Pork and Lai d, 2.V.; Pound Freight,
l.V. per UNI His.
N AsnviM.it. Whisky, 40c. perbrl.; Ale.'iee.; Ponud
r ii'lgnts, aHflj-'ic. per niiiioreu.
ST. boils. Heavy Pound Freights, 20c. per 100;
Whlskv and Oil. Sue. per brl.: Stoves. 2.V.; Ale. 40e.
per brl. To Kvnusvllle Whisky nnd till, -Inc. To
Cairo-Whisky and Oil, 40c.; Pound Freights, 204j2.v.
ll'l.tu... ....I fill JA. tSI..u on..
,,ll.r AIM,." , lli.n, ,,,,, I'm, rioill, .-. i
Pork,4iic.i Way Lots, 4nc.; Ilacnn nnd other Pound
Freights, 20c. per ni; Horses, SI0 per head; Kcgl.nrd,
IZc; empty narreis, zoo.
Captain J. T. McCoombs purchased nt the Mer-
chants' Exchange, in Pittsburg, on last Thursday,
the steamer Slelnotte, for S12.U0O, one-half cash and
the bnlanoe Jit six and twelvo months. She leaves
the Iron City to-dny for St. I,nuia nnd Pike's Peak.
The Dayou Belle was sold Inst week in Now Orleans,
by the Vnlted States Marshal, for (t.l.SOO.
We take the annexed Important item to stenmho.it-
iiicn from nn exchange:
A rule has been laid down by (he Snpreme Court of
the t lilted Btates in nnininmv, unit proceeding,.
ii'.aiiiHt domestic vessel-), (which includes ateaui-
Mints.ifor Biiiielios. etc.. turnislied the vessels, must
bereal'ier bo in I'F.nsnsAM instead of in rkm. in other
words, that the action must beagninst tho owner of
inn vessel, nuu nni acaiusi ine vessel iiseii. which
can not be held for such debt. This may be an fin-
proved manner to siiip-omiiiuiera and others, who
furnish boats with supplies. The rule is prospective,
iiinl does not apply to cases in which the. supp!iis
were torwnrdeu la-iore ine new rule was nnopieii,
The steamers Ohio Bell, Aurora and Mars passed
Cairo for New Orleans Inst Saturday. The Aurora
was loaded to the iruards. The other two were not
well loaded. The following, nt Inst accounts, woro
the rules of freight from New Orleans to the Ohio
I.oiiisville or Portland liinceries. 3.V. V. 10O li s.:
forwarding goods, lis;. Y Ion U.S.; molasses, 42 4 brl.
I inellinnil iiioceiica, .'. p osi iuh., iiioinssea,
t2 is V I'l l.
Pittsburg Groceries, Me. V 100 His; molasses, 2 7.1
Mr. Lew. II. Morris, clerk of the elegant and popu
lar slenmer Lancaster No. .1, lain town, settling up
tho accounts of the boat contracted while running
between here and Neville. Mr. Jenkins, a well and
favorably known clerk, formerly of the Caledonia,
has charge of the oltlco during the absence of Mr
Morris. By Ihe way, we would inform our friends
along tho river nnd in the city, that the Lancaster
has entered permanently Into the Maysville mid
Cincinnati trade, and will leave the fool of Walnut
street punctually nt 12 o'clock every Tuesday, Thill's
day and Saturday. She is a good boat, and Captain
Connor, her commander, one of the most experi
enced and clever oflleers that we know.
The Lnndis, Cupt. Scott, leaves ut 4 o'clock this P
M. for New Orleans. Amos Fisher nnd Mr. Clenry
are In the odice, and will devote every possible alien
tlon to truvelei-s.
The Fort Wayne, dipt. Sinn. Burr, is up lor New
Orleans, nud will positively leave this evening, at
4 o'clock. Her accommodations for passengers ai'e
excellent, and her clem, Jur. Long, just wiial
slenmbnat clerk should lie affable, geiitleuianly and
The Coiiewago, which did not got oil last evening,
w ill positively go to-day, at 4 o'clock, for Clurksvllle
The flue Kxpiess Line steamer, W. I. Mnclny, leaves
for St. Louis to-day. This is tho best oppurtuiiity
that will offer for some days, and passengers bound
for that port will And themselves at home with Capt
The Lancaster No..1, Is (he regular packet for Mays
villa to-dny, ami w ill Ii ave the foot of Walnut street
at twelve o'clock.
The Telegraph will leave nt twelve o'clock precisely
for Louisville. We believe she connects nt that point
with Ibe famous Kclipse, for New Orleans.
Arrivals and Departures.
Jacob sirad. r,
Sir Win. Wallace. Cairo. Forest Oueell, Mndison,
Liberty. Purkei'sburg Fit.hiiili, Ark. ltiver.
lien. Pike, Aurora.
Jociib Htrader, Louisville. Chun Dean, Louisville.
Caledonia. MnvHville. Ohio No. 2. Marietta.
Foiwt Queen, Madison. David (iibson, N. Orleans,
lieteuder, P,cw urleaiis.
To my Patrons and the
DESIRING TO RETURN MY GRATH.
Fl'L nrknowledgnients for past iavors. I take
thisoeeasion to any that no effort ahull be wautingon
mv nnrt to merit a cnntinuniioe. and meet the d-
ninnda of my patrons for the approaching season. I
shall continue to coiilino myself to n strictly retail
trade in the liner grades oi
JIATsS AND CAPS.
Riving inw-h nt tent ion to dhrnlnff now Htvlon,nml
Hci nnng thu iatl At'W lurK turn rurm prount'tiun-i,
1 hIiuII, hh lipn tofre, te Bupplird with (jtntlelllvHh,
VtvtiH Huts from (lie tiirw IritilinffNaw Yuik hattortt,
vl7. ' CiMiin." ' LHHiav A. Co.." ami ' fitil A Co "
Our own nt ot Jmi'bh Jlnt will he iHtniotl cnrly in
Miin h, nml will, wo Hunt, met'i tlio ninirtivtii m sen
Ilnttt-r nml Fnri-ier.
17 No. 149 Main uln rt, buluw Fourth.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
'it West Pourth Street, 91.
(nrrwerx main and w.u.ni;t.
nn.a.i TUintianncena nl,inllfKTl
Brm.u niAi i uiwsfiS) ii.pi;iau)
t 0.. AO., A.C.
Table and Floor Oil-Cloths.
SHADES OF ALL KINDS k PATTERNS
Made to order in Dwellings, Stores, Churches and
-r0OT8 AND SHOES FOR PIKE'S OP-
- Kit A House Inauguration Featival. All those
wishing to buy a nice Boot or Shoe, aultnha for this
tiraud Festival, will find a large and splendid stock
t JOHN II. DKTKItS,
J88 Carlisle's Building, No. Kl west Foiirdi at
FRANKLIN TYPI3 AND STEREOTYPE
i ifjbitvi.i. u ir nuau l..uli,i...l.ni
l'rintlni Muterinls of all kinds. W VJiio street, I
All Sorts of Paragraphs.
II. 0. Corwln, Esq., Is about to leatro Leban
on, lo roslde permanently in Dayton. His
valuable estate lsxto bo told at auction. Xcnin
The Toledo "Times" advocates the nomina
tion of the Ror. 8.' D. Bhatfer to the oflloe of
Mayor, chiefly on the ground that his election
would, in the language of Dr. Watts, mako of
"A llltle heav.n below,"
Tho Rev. Abrnhnm Pryno Parson Brown
low's antagonist has boen presented with a
service of plate by tho colored poople of Phila
delphia. Seventy-two white women were married to
colored gontlcincn, in Massachusetts, last year.
Mrs. Stowo will visit Paris in October, in
tending, it is said, to placo her children at
school in Hint city.
Tho Hon. W. L. Underwood, representative
from the Third Congressional District, Ken
tucky, declinos ro-noininntion on tho 4th March,
The flucrnsey "Times" stntes that tho recent
fire In their jail had the effect of scaring a mad
man into sanity.
The puhlic printing for H o Stato of Indiana
will, in future, be let to thj lowest bidder.
A turnpike ron l is to bo built from Charles-
town to Jcficrsonvi'le. Indiana.
The recent speech uf the Hon. Isaac C. Col
lins, of Hamilton County, Ohio, against a uni
form rate of interest, with observations on the
10 por.ccnt.lnw, has been published by Ncvins,
nf Columbus, Ohio.
Tho "Homestead Bill" wns lost iu the Sen
ate on Saturday.
Resolutions In favor of the speedy annexa
tion of Cuba wcro under debate in the Ohio
Legislature on Thursday and Friday Inst. Tho
last resolution proposed "that we sro in favor
of the acquisition of Cuba" wns laid on the
Mri Fred. Wise, of Covington, who was ap
pointed to apursership in the U. S. Navy, has
On Friday morning last, the Barney Ilonsc,
Unlmtburg, III., together with the buildings oc
cupied by Snge i Reed, dry goods dealers
Dunn & Co., grocers, ana smitn v Co., grocers,
were totally dostroyed by fire. Loss is estima
ted at $75,000. Supposed to be the work ot an
The Hon. Pierre Soulo has returned to Now
Orleans from Mexico. Ho spent nbout a month
upon bis hacienda, giving his attention to mat
ters connected wun its improvement.
It is snid that a distinguished lawyer of New
York is about to give up a lucrative prnctico,
nnd go ns a missionary to Japan.
In Baltimore, on Tuesday night, Miss Strnt
ton attended a ball, and on bcr way homo, no
coinpanicd by her brother, complained of being
unwell, and snt down on a doorstep, whiio ho
ran for assistance. When he returned, she was
Those well-known advertising ngents, N. M
Pottineill ic Co., New York, havo subscribed
$000 to the Alt. Vernon fund.
0. II. Marshall, Esq., of New York, In a
letter to the Ladies' Mt. Vernon Association,
says t "Some time since I sent you my oon.
tribution to the fund, a check for $50, to be an
plied to tho noble ebioct of purchasing thi
'Mt. Vernon Estato,' so that tho remains of the
Fathor of his country may be preserved invio.
late forever. I now havo tho pleasure to in
closo another check for $1,000, in memory of
my grandfather, Nathan Collin, a patriot of the
Revolution, who, when a prisoner ot war on
board a British ship, nnd tempted by the high
est offers to enter their service, replied, 'Jiang
me to the yard-arm ot your snip, if you will,
but do not ask mo to becomo a traitor to my
Tho counties on the frontier of Canada will
be saved a good deal of trouble by the new
Canadian docinial coin ; for although, by care
ful analysis, it has been proved to bo about
per cent, less than tho United States of the
samo nominal value, yet in the ordinary trans
actions of business it will, undoubtedly, pass
current as of equal value. The silver is finer
than tho American, but tho coin is lighter.
A monstrous wildcat, weighing about thirty.
flvo pounds, was killed a few days since on tho
farm of Mr. Cnuniff, nenr Detroit. He was
dispatched by Mr. C.'g hired man, after a se
vere fight, tiie monster having whipped two
large dogs alter receiving two shots
A grey heron was roccntly shot at Oran, in
Algeria, with a copper ring attached to ono of
bis legs, bcartn the Royal crown of Holland
and the inscription, in English, "Royal Hawk
ing Club, Loo, rvctherland, ln.io
The Troy " Times" informs U3 that a Mr.
John La Mountain is busily engaged in that
city in making preparations for the construc
tion ot a balloon, wun wnicn no nnpes 10 ne
able to cross the Atlantic during the coining
In nlluding to tho repeal of tho Ten Per
Cent. Law by the Ohio Legislature, the "Mac-
a-cheek Press ' observes: " lbcy are doing a
nice lot of work, over there in Columbus, for
a different set of gentlemen to undo next win
ter. It s none oi our luncral, and we won t
cry about it."
We learn from tho "Ohio Statesman" that
ono Clark Crooks, a printer, wag arrested in
Columbus, on a charge of forcibly administer
ing poison to his wife, at Newark, on Friday
last. The woman wns not expected to recover.
Crooks has already served a term in tho Peni
In St. Louis, a few days since, a lady fell
dead whilo listening to come littlo girls who
were singing. One of tho songs was of a dead
child, and she had just begged that they would
sing that, for it put her in mind of her own
lost child; when sne roso trom ncr seat ana at
once expired. Her malady was congestion of
As "Ancikst" fiONB Home. Mrs. Hannah
Phillips, an old lady who has resided on Squan
Beach, Monmouth Co. N. J., for many years,
died on Tuesday ovoning last, in the ono Ami-th-ct
and eiiihih year of her age. She enjoyed
extraordinary health, and retained her facul
ties till the last moment ot her existence, bne
conversed frequently and fluently of the Revo
lutionary War, and many were the anecdotes
she would relate of those days. Uor husband
was one of the defenders of the "block-houso"
at Tom's River, and was also engaged in re
pelling the numerous attacks of that notorious
band known as tho "Pino Robbers," who in
fested that part of the county of Monmouth.
She lived nnd died without receiving a pen
sion. Ths Younu Ladirs of Australia nre, In many
rospeets, remarkable. At thirteen years of age,
tlicy navo moro rinoons, j owe is, ana lovers,
than perhaps any othor young ladies of the
same age in tno universe, xney prattio ana
very insipidly, too from morning till night.
They rush to the Botanical Gardens twice a
week to hoar tho band play, dressed in gay
costume. They wear as much gold chain as
tho Lord Mayor in his State robes. As they
walk, you hear the tinkle of their bunchos of
charms and nuggotfl, ob if they carried bells on
their fingers and rings on thoir toes. Gener
ally, the colonial damsels aro frivolous, talk a
tive and overdressed. Thoy have, in brief, all
the light, unenviable qualities of Eastorn wo
men. They excel in iinoese,
As Expknsivr Autooraph. At the charit-
ablo sale held In Paris, lately. In favor of the
distressed Polos, Madamo George Sand held
stall and displayed a quantity of small arti
cles in linen and embroidered muBlin. Baron
James de Rothschild happening to puss, the fair
saleswoman addressed nun with the usual re
quest to purchase something. ' What can
buy ? " said the Baron, " you have nothing that
I can do anything with. But stay, an idoa
strikes mo. Give me your autograph t sell me
that." Madame Sand took a sheet of paper and
wrote the following words t " Recoivcd
wroto the following words t "Recoivcd from
Baron James de Kotuhehlld the sum of one thou
sand francs for the benefit of the distressed
Poles. GeoreoSand." M. de Rothschild read
It, thanked her, and presenting a note for the
sum menttoneu. passeu on wun tno nuiogrnpu
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1858.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
Four daily trains leave the Bixth-street Depot as
A A.M. Pnyton, Toledo, Sandusky and Detroit
Mall Express. ... .. .
ft. A. M. llichmonu, Indianapolis ana Chicago Kx-
a: 111 l. SI. V levoianiiniiu rivwiunri
4-rj) V. M. Dnvton. Clilrazo and Sandusky Nlabl
-Dayton, Chicago ana
4:so r. m. Jticumonn, inuiannpona ana cnicago
a: in f. si. Hamilton Aecnmmonanon,
Itavton trnlna run thronirh to StinduakV SndiLlma
wtthout.chaiige of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western,
S A. M. Dnvton Mall Train For Rnrlnaflnlri. Son.
diisky and nil points on tbnt road. Connecta si Ur
bane for Columbus ; arrives at Columlins at 12 noon X
at Civile for Toledo, Detroit nnd Chicago, arriving at
Detroit nt 7:K1 P. M. Also nt Clyde, with tralna for
Cleveland, Buffalo, A'C. Passengers by this train dtne
at Forest at 12:30 P. M "
This tniltt also connects nt payton with Psytonnil
Michieuii Bond forTrov. Pinna. Sidney and Lima:
connects nt Limn for Fort Wayne and Cliiciigo.reach-
fng Chicago nt in P. M. Also, connecta at liayton
with Dayton and Western Koad for points between
Dayton nnd Itiehniond; with Oreenville nnd Miami
Koad lorureeiiviiie, t tiion, Winchester ana mnncie.
A A. M. train for Utclnnoiid connecta with Indiana
Central Bond for Indianapolis, Chicago, Lafayette,
Terre ilante, St. Louis nnd nil Western cities. Also,
with Cinciiinntl and Chicago Itnad for Anderson, Ko
kotno, Lognnsport and all points on the Wahasb Val
HMO A. ill .i icvcinnn snn ritTsnnrg Kxpreaavia
Delaware Cut Off For Cleveland Dunkirk, Buffalo,
New York and Boston. Also, makes close connec
tions nt Crestline for Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Bald
mare and all F.aslern cfdea.
4::w P. M. Payton Express, ror Sandusky, Lima ana
Chicago; nt Forest for Chicago; at Clyde for Toledo;
nt Sandusky w ith 0. and T. Bond for Cleveland, Dun
kirk and Buffiilo.
This trnin also connects with Dnytnn and Michigan
Boad for Troy, Pinna, Sidney and Chicago: at Sidney
with the trains un the B, and I Boad for Pittsburg and
4:30 P. M. Tndlananolls nnd Chicago Express, con
nects at llichmond for Indianapolis, Terr Haute and
St. Lon.s. Also, connects nt Mnttoon for Chicago and
all points on thn Illinois Central Bond.
6:W Jr. m. l rntn lor Hamilton nnu an way amuou..
Leavo Dayton st S:50 M.,4:tfl
Leave Hamilton at 7 A. JI.. :47 A. M.. 11:30 A. M..
iiM2 P. M. nnd U:0.-P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVING IN CINCINNATI.
From Hamilton at S:0A A. M. and 12:40 P. M.
From Payton at 10:r2 A. M.,6:.rsip. ,M.,nna lrcior. .
Fi,r further Information and Tickets nenlv nt the
Ticket OfhYos, north-cast corner Front and Broadway;
X'.i IAD Wnlntit.tt.ect. nnnr Fourth, nr at tha aouth-
east corner of Fourth and Vine streets, or at the Sixth
Btreoi ucpoi. T ...,. . .
LITTLE MIAMI —AND—
COLUMBUS & XENIA.
COLUMBUS & XENIA. RAILROAD.
On anil nrter Monday, November 29, 1838, Tralna
leave Cincinnati as follows:
A. M. Dav Expnesa Stopping at wny stations.
4:1.1 Accommodation For Xcuia and Springfield,
Stopping nt intermediate stations.
lh.Ki P. M. Nioht Exprkss Stopping at Loveland,
Morrow, Corwin, Xcuia and London.
Connections are made by the 9 A. M. and
11.30 P. M. Trains for
ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
Tiir. NionT Express Train, leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
Tho other trains run daily, except Sundays.
For Through Tickets and all Information apply to
the offices, Walnut-street House, No. 1. Burnet
Houso, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and nt the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columhu't time, which is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. Dl'BAND, Superintendent.
fl f?" Omnibuses call for Passengers.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
Through without Change of Cars.
Through without Change of Cars. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Two daily trains for Vlnccnnes, Cairo nnd St. Louis,
at II. A. M. and 10:50 P. M.
Thrive daily Trains for Louisville, at 9 A. M., 4:13 P.
M. and Hew P. M.
Ono daily Trnin for JSvnnsvllie, nt io:no r. M.
The trains connect at St. Louis for all points la
Kansas and Nebraska; Hannibal, Unincy and Keokuk;
at St. Louis anil Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg, Nat-
chez and New Orleons,
llnn Tln-ini'Mi Train nn Similar, at n:M P. M.
It ETC UN I KG. Fast Link Lenvee Eaat St. Louis
(Sundays excepted) ut 7 A. M., arriving at Cincinnati
at 10:20 P. M. . ,
Express Thais Leaves East St. Lonls dailv at 3:10 '
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 7:50 A. M.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To nil points West nnd South please apply nt the -
nces, Io. i (jiil liei nuns,,, coniri uuieu , uuni..ni
corner Front and Broadway; Spencer House office;
W nlnut -street House olllce ; and at the Depot, corner
Front und Mill-streets.
P. W. STBAPKH, (Jsneral Ticltel Agent.
AW Omnibuses cull for passengers.
Great Western & Northwestern
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
Distance 110 miles, and no change of cars
between Cincinnati and Indianapolis.
Tbren Pn.snnffi.r Ten tna leave Cincinnati daily. (Sun-
davs excepted,; from the foot of Mill and Front streets,
Foist TnAiN. f):2 A. M. Chicago and Terre Haute
Day Express Through to Terre Haute, Lafayette and
Chicago, with but one change of cars.
hF.cOND 1 HAlN, 4:4.i l . in. Accommouation ini;w
P. M. train arrives in Indianapolis at 10:1(1 P. M.
Tiiinu TKAiN Chicago anil Terre Haute rtigm r-x-ross
H P. M. Arrives nt Indianapolis at 1 A. M.
his train runs through from Cincinnati to Chicago.
with but une change of enrs.
Ihe above trains mako close connections at
Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chicago.
WITH TBAI58 FOR
A'ruirie uu mien,
Paul, and all towns and cities iu the
Connections are also made at Indianapolis with the
Peru and Indianapolis Railroad for Kokomo, Peru,
Logansport, I on v uyne, xoieuo auu uuiruu.
Be, anro von are In thn right Ticket Office before
you purchase your ticket, aud ask for tickets
irrrnnnnTI ttpkittr antiA until nud. mavha had
at the Cnion Ticket Offices, north-west corner Broad
way and Front street, w here all necessary information
can be had. A. HAMILTON, Ticket Agent.
Also, No. 1 Burnet House.
WM. M. STARK, Ticket Agent.
Also at tho Walnut Street House.
Olllce hours from 4 A. AI. to H P. H.
II. C. LORD, President.
W. H. L. NOBLE, General Ticket Agent.
JOHN SHILLiTO & CO.,
Nos. lOI, 103 & 10S West Fourth 8t
Respectfully Inform thoir customers and pnrebnacBl
generally, that they are now openiug ail ex.teu.aive
and complete assortment of
FLOOR OIL ( LOTUS, .ic, Ac.
Families. Tlotel Keepers, Steamboat owners, and
sll others inny depend upon Hulling the Ixstt class ot
Goods as prices as lew as they can bo piircluwed hi
me JMUiatu vna.