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Cincinnati, Monday, March If, 18S9. General Intelligence. Olio Iuusr.iTuiiE. March 11 Skkatc -A bill was lassed providing for the vacating of roads dedioa.eJ bv privata persons to public nsj. Mr. Hatch Introduoed bills making ap propriations for tha payment of interest on tht Stats debt, the payuiontof a part of the princi pal thereof, and the payment of the expense of the Board of Commissioner of the Sinking Fund. Alio, to reimburse the Sinking Fund for the deficiency occasioned by the dofalca tioa of the late Treasurer of State, prior to June 10th, 184T. Mr. SaSord made a report of the coat of 22,000 additional copies of the Investigating Committee'! report, based on a calculation of 12 and 500 pages, (which will be about half the number.) f,0" coeire of the Report alone f2.V) in 4.iwi " wllh e.idsnce OV) ftt V " " " " I, si 2 no au.mpo " ' " " :,!il (i S.ouo " " In German am oo Tho resolution ordering 20,000 copies in English, and 2,000 in German, was adopted; twenty-nine Senator voting far, ""1 none against it. In the House, the removal of the county seat of Paulding County was Anally passed. Aaotbfk Stk a n boat Disate. The steamer Monongahela Bolle, heretofore running as a packet on White River, between Jacksonport and the mouth, but at the time en route for this port, was sunk about eleven o'clock on Wednesday night at Ilarbett'i Landing, about eight miles below here. We have few particu lars of the disaster, yet from all that we can learn it would seem that the Belle struck a log, which stove a hole in her hull and caused her to sink almost immediately. She liee tied up to the shore on the Mississippi side, with nothing above water but a portion of her hurri cane deck, and the pilot house. No lives are supposed to have been lost by the occurrence, and the St Francis No. 2, which passed the wreck shortly after, took off nearly all her crew and brought them to this city. The Bolle being an old boat, it is thought that, unless the water should speedily subside, she will go to pieces from the action of the ourrent, and thus, with her oargo, prove a total loss. We shall doubt less have reliable information in time for our next issue. Memph it Bulletin, ith. Tut Wat thr Mosit Goes. The report of the minority of the Committee on Naval Con tracts and Expenditures, developing the start ling hot of the extent of corruption to which the Administration has gone, is enough to damn any government. We oommend it to the con sideration of the people. Franklin (Ki.) Com momrealth, Hon. Henry S. Geyer, an eminent lawyer of fit. Louis, who auooecded Colonel Benton in the I'nitod States Senate, died at St. Louis on Sat urday night. He was recovering from a slight indisposition, when the -receipt of nows of a distressing character produced violent palpita tions of the heart, and he expired in a few minute. No Taxm. It would seem that nobody pays taxes In Chicago. A late number of the Dem ocrat, of that oity, has a supplement containing f arty-seven eolumns of closely printed matter, representing delinquent of Chicago for the past year. Not less than 13,600 lota are thus advertised for non-payment of taxes. On Wednesday, two men were smothered in a coal pit, near the line of the Cleveland and Mahoning Railroad, at Brier Hill. The poor fellows were at the bottom of the pit, whioh is 230 feet deep, when the "lire-damp" caught from the candles on their hats, and at once de prived them of life. The terms of twenty-two members, or one third of the United States Senate, expired with the thirtv-fifth f!inri Of ih... . elected for a new term which will expire March 4, 1864, and the successors of three have not jei oeen elected. I'NrRBufDFXTfcD Sperd. An Important busi ness letter, mailed at Philadelphia on the 24th February, and bearing the post mark of that date, reached ns this morning, being only thirteen i'.v on the route. Great institution that Poet vmce. lWwnbut tact. The Wheeling Intelligencer mentions a belli cose bull that attacked" a train of cars on the Baltimore and Ohio Road the other day. Be valiantly advanced to meet the engine, and was transformed into "jerked beef" in a twink ling. ; A Board of Surgeons has been ordored to meet at Philadelphia on the 1st of April, to uoiiun va U'liuaw. 1UI jrruuiUUUH HHU appOini in ant in the uiarfinfl.1 sArvIn nf t Vi -,,.. A .. plications are to be addressed to the Secretary of War. Lieut. Governor Monton of Louisiana has resigned on a question of dignity. The Senate took ou i oi nis nanas the appointment of a commirtee wnton ne construed as a want-ol-con-fldence decision. "- The Athens Post savs : "There is no mistake about it, and that if Netherland is the candi date of the Opposition, he will go out of fast Tennessee with suoh a majority as will make nis election sure beyond contingency." Thirteen lots, on the west aide of Hicks street, Brooklyn, N. Y.,hav been purchased for $52, 000 by the Trustees of Rev, Henry Ward Beecher's Church. A large edifice is to be erected forthwith. Two men, Joslah Wittemore, of Maquoketa, and Philip Potter, of La Motto, Iowa, were drowned on Saturday, about two o'clock P. M., tn attempting to cross the Maquoketa River, near Tubb's Mill, on their way to La Motte. Says the Dayton Gasette: "The only Ohio Democratic members who voted with the Re publicans that the Senate had infringed upon the constitutional privileges of the House, were Cox and Vallandlgham." The New York Sun now publishes the list of letters remaining in the post-office of that eity, its circulation being greater than that of the Herald. On Tuesday night an incendiary was caught in the act of netting fixe to Elliott's Hotel, De troit. Not only are burglars and highwaymen about, but incendiaries too. It is reported that the Emperor Soulouque, ef Hayti.baa fallen sick at Jamaica, and, as he nearly eighty year old, his death is not improbable. A young man, a member of an evangelical church, advertises in a New York paper for board in a pious family, where his Christian xample would be considered a compensation. In the British House of Comcions Lord Bury has obtained leave, by a vote of 55 to 85, to Introduce a bill legalizing marriage with a de ceased wife's sister. Through tickets, for steerage passage, from New York to Han Francisco, now rate at $00 per head, Including transportation over the Isthmus. A species of African sugar has been growu In Florida this year, that produces a sirup su perior to the best New Orleans molasses. The yield is from fifty to sixty gallons to the acre. The Grand Jury system is virtually abol ished in Michigan. The Circuit Judge is em powered to call it Into requisition when he thinks proper. The Brooklyn (N. Y.)City Railway Company are making arrangement for running their cars by night. , Colonel Oscar Turner.of Ballard County, Ky., bas announced himself a candidate for Congress In the first Congressional District ia Kentucky. The fare from Buffalo to New York, via the New York and Erie, was redueed, on Wednes day, to $8. . ; Another of the veterans of 1812 Is gone, vli i Jacob Grim, of Boioto, who died recently, at tne age oi o. On the afternoon of the 11th a diabolical at tempt was wade to burn the State House, Bus ton. The De Moines River is now open for nar Station. . ' , No allotment of land to Indians will be granted In Kansas. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. From Washington. Niw Your, March 11. The Time' Wash ington dlspatoh says i A highly interesting letter, from Commodore Charles Stewart, was to-day banded to President Buchanan, dis closing an item of secret history never before divulged. President Jefferson's gun-boat navy, which was the subject of much ridicule, was ostensibly built for the protection of our sea coast; one hundred and eighty of these boats were sent southward. Commodore Stewart now makes known the fact that these boats wore built for the special purpose of taking posses sion of Cnba; but before the plans of Mr. Jef ferson were perfected, our relations with Eng land became threatening, and the project was postponed, and never afterward revived. It is believed that this precedent set by President Jefferson will have some influence in directing the future policy of Mr. Buchanan, should Mr. Preston fail in his efforts to wake a purchase of Cuba. The Herald's AVoshington dispatch reports that Mr. Preston had not reached Madrid when the Arabia sailed. The excitement in Spain respecting Cuba was nearly subsided. Messrs. Dallas and Mason send assurances of tho most amicable feeling in England and France to ward the United States. Hon. George W. Jones declines tho Bogota mission. Gon. Denver roturns to California, thus involving his resignation as Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Supreme Court, after deciding seventeen cases, adjourned till December next. Trial of Sickles will probably take place next week. The remains of the late Postmaster-General have been sent into Tennessee, by Adams' Ex press Company. A statement inane up at me .treasury De partment shows the circulation of the banks throughout tho country in 18."6 was nearly $215,1100,000; in 1857, $155,000,000; in 1808, over $183,330,000. Washington, March 13. A delegation is here from Boston, for the purpose of securing the removal of the post-office to its formor loca tion. Gen. Shields has been ill for several days past. It is probable that the qnestion as to an ex tra session of Congress will be decided early in tho present week. The exhibit of the affairs of the Post-office Department, prepared by the direction of the President, was submitted yesterday. It shows that the means of the Department are insuf ficient to meet the demands due on the quarter ending 30th lost Docember, arid that the De partment is already nearly six months in ar rears. It is estimated that the present de- iicicncy is at least $.,uuu,uuu. Judgo Holt yesterday formally resigned tho office of Commissioner of Patents. An address on behalf of the emploure of the Bureau was eloquently responded to by him. Mr. Holt will commence his duties as Postmaster-General oa Monday. General Denver yesterday resigned the office of Commissioner Arrival Star of the West. Nkw York, March 13. The steamship Star of the West arrived this evening at half-past seven o'clock. She brings California advices to the 10th ult., the same a received by tele graph from New Orleans, and $933,000 in spe cie. The principal consignees are Messrs. Wells, Fargo & Co., $197,000; American Ex change Bank, $104,000; Wheeler fc Co., 891,000; E. Kelloy 3c Co., $50,000; W. Hoge fc Co., $48,000; W. T.Coleman & Co., $45,000; James Patrick, $40,000; Freeman & Co., $10,000; Howes lc Crowoll, $33,000; Taffe, MoCahill & Co., $28,000, and W. Seliguian & Co. $20,000. The Star of the West left Aspinwall on tho 5th inst. The United States frigate Roanoke was there, all well. Commander Davis and the lato officers and crew of the sloop-of-war St. Marys, aro poa sengers on the Star of the Wast. From South America. Nkw York, March 13. The brig Carolino, which arrived here to-day, brings Aspinwall dates to February 26, and Panama to the 24th. The U. S. sloop-of-war St. Mary's arrived at Panama on the 20th ult. The next day Captain Davis handed over the command to Captain Thornburn. The old officers and crow woro also relieved and returned to this port by the steamer Star of the West, which arrived here to-night. The U. S. frigate Roanoke was at Aspinwall on the 26tb ult. The British frigate Alarm was at Panama on the 23d ult., from the coast of Mexioo, with $500,000 in treasure for Eu rope. The British steamer Calao arrived at Panama on the 2 2d ult., from the South American ports. Guayaquil was still under blockade by the Pe ruvian ueei. From Chili, there is no important news. Another revolution was daily expected in Peru. Arrival of the Overland Mail. in Tl.. A.. with dates tit the lHtli nit b.. .m-lira.l one through and five way passengers, who report rovvio,, briuvs Ui AUUiaus at iipOCDO pOSa lor uiv iiurpuso oi loaning urcauus. ine vomancnes naa stolen bU mules from a drove bolnncplntr tn tbA rmnmnv Amtr.nmA n . O O wviujiHuf UVOtUVU W supply the stations. A party of rangers bad started in pursuit. The Company was supply ing the stations with ammunition and Sharps' nuo. iao report mai liovcrnor fesquiora, of Sonora, had been deposed, is not confirmed. Loss of the Neosho Mail Confirmed. Sr. Louih. Maroh 13. The loss of the Neo sho and Albuquerque mail last November is confirmed, by the arrival here of John Hall, Condnotor, who makes affidavit to the effect that, when about a day's march behind Lieut. lteale s party, be was attacked by a band of forty Coruancb.es. He was badly wounded. taken prisoner and the mail destroyed. Hall escaped from the Indians in February, and after enduring severe hardships, succeeded in reaching the settlement in safety. Arrival of the Etna. Boston, March 13. The steamship Etna, with dates from Liverpool to the 2tith ult., arrived here yesterday. Her advices have been anticipated. Important from Mexico. New Ow, kanb, March 12. The steam-ship Tennessee, with dates from Vera Cruz to the 9th inst., has arrived below. A battle had occurred near Cordova, in which the left wing of Mirumon's army was com pletely routed by the Liberals. Miramon lost one Hundred men killed, throe oannon, 300 muskets and a large quantity of ammunition. General Degolado was preparing to march on the capital with 10,000 men. The Liberals baa captured uuanaxuato ana Amscal. ernes, River News. Sr. Louis, Maroh 12 P. M. The river is stationary. Upper Mississippi falling slowly Missouri at a stand, ana tne Illinois higb, and still rising, weather clear and warm. Pittsbubo, March 12 P. M. River ten feet and rising sinoe noon. Departed Cambridge, for the Missouri Kiver. Arrived Ilaimonm Weather clear and cool. Pittsbuko, Maroh 13 P. M. River ten feet eight inches, and stationary since noon. Ar rived J. H. Conn, Empire City and If anno nia. Departed Orb, for St. Louis. St. Louih, March 13 P. M. The river, af ter rising about ten feet, became stationary yesterday, ana to-day bas iallcu three inches The Missouri is at a stand, and in good boat' ing order. The Illinois if bank-full, and con tinue to swell slowly. The Uppor Mississippi is rising again, with six and a half feet water on tne lower rapids, and eight feet on the upper, and six and a half feet on the bar at Duhuaue. Weather mild and showery, with Indications of a wet mgnt. Arrival of the New Mexican Mall. St. Locim, March 12v The New Mexican mall, with dates to the 21st ult., reached Inde pendence this morning. Lieutenant Beale re port the Canadian Valley exceedingly fertile, and is in every way adapted to settlement. Two Stockton mail parties were reported as be ing out off by the Indians. Sandoval, the Mohave Chief, Is dead. The Neosho and Albuquerque wail was In successful operation. MARKETS. Cincinnati Produce Market. SATURDAY EVENING, March 12. Fl.orR Tlio fwllng on the prt of holder) was ralhT tietter to-ily. hut the demand wan not active, and there wim very llttlu oneriiiu. The suli-s wro T.Mirls.,on its merit, at .' Mr, do. extra White Wheat nt fi 2."; IHI ilu. do. at Die snnie, ami ,n do. extra at tfA lu. 1 ,70 brls. were received the Unit twenty-four bourn. W II I.SK Y-Tlio market is firm at full rates. Bales of !MKI hrls. nt ivaki'm'., the latter rate forwason. l'llOVINIONN-A ij.mhI demitnii for nieu Toik, with sales of 1.10 brls. at SIT .K; It Is generally held at IMS. Bulk Meats rather blither, with sales of 3,ofpc If, at n'-tc. for Hhonlder, ami f'tCxx'tc. for Sides, the Utter rate Tor heavy. NfithinB done In Lard. (IROC'KHIKS Molasses firm at 3jftf..Vw with a fair demand in the remlnrway. Snsar steady at (vXini7,'tc., the latter rnte for prime. Coffee unchanged. t'HAf'KLINOS A sale of lo.ooii lt. at Wvu perrwt. VH EAT The market Is active ami firm, ami prime W bite has advancd 2(a.:ic. per bushel. Hales too hush, prime White at 81 IM delivered; l,.sl do. aoorl lied at SI -ft; do. do. Hill nt 91 .Tl; .VHI do. Itcrt at 81 .15, deliver .'d; 7J do. good While at f 1 37: iw do. fair do. at l 33. I'UKS-The mnrket was dull and declining to-dnv, elosillK limu ttled. Hales I, (Ml bushels at SOc., dc. livcrert: Xn do. at "ac.;3Wiln. at 7'Jc.; XOdo. at 7tic. ilAltliKV sales sou bushels prime at 70c. A fair demand at this pi-ice. K YK A moderato demand at Mc. for prime. OATS The market is firm at flii(rMi.To. HKKD-Nnlei loo bushels Clover at N 2J. Market quiet and dull. roTAToKS A sale of KID brls. prime Northern at i2 30 per brl. New York Market. NEW YORK, March 12—P. M. Flour firm, but niichnnKed; sales 9,0Q brls. at (. .VI fa "." for superfine Htate: fi finferfl 75 for extra do.; $.1 fl(ifi5 WS lor superfine Western;' Sti .lofeS 75 for extra do.; and (' tX-i HI lor extra round-hoop Ohio, clo sing; buoyant. Canadian Klour quiet at $0 50(7 AO. heat quiet; holders generally ask lerlfc. advance, but would sell freely at yesterday's prices; sales l,il bushels Chicago .Spring, unsound, at SI. Rye quiet at 8!)Oc. Barley heavy; sales 22,(K) bushels Cana dian at 2c., and liMvsi bushels for California on pri vate terms. Corn is a shade firmer, but quiet; sales 20,000 bushels mixed Western, iu store, at tsv., and small sales new Yellow Southern and .Terser at Ma !K Oats dull at .'ii8ys7c. for State, and 6103c. for Western and Canadian. Whisky quiet; sales ISO barrels nt 2Mc. Pork firmer, but quiet; sales St) brls. at SI 3l 18 V for now mess: 817 7.1(8.17 7 for old do., and 813 25 for prime. Itcef Arm; sales 250 brls. at 8 MVa,? for country prime; Sia.y for do. iness; 9 Sisall for re packed Chicago do; tlL'.'KHjr 13 for extra do. Prime moss lleef nominal at 8l7(o -U Bevf Hams steadv; sales no brls. at Ufi)l7 50. Bacon quiet. Cut Meats less firm; sales 250 packages, at )i:Wc. for Hhuulders ami 8,'i i!.i'i: for .Hides. l-nl dull at (Vas'tic. Butter quiet at H(il7c. for Ohio, and 1727c. for State. Cueeso firm at 8f'llc. Cotton advanced; sales 4,5l bales nt nn advance of !iiW';ic. Upland middlings quoted at 12V'. Iron quint at 2-o;;)l 50. Leather firm. Idliseeri-nll quiet nt IV.(K;7c. Hides firm at 20(fi,2lc. for Western. Sugar stead'. [By Telegraph.] Philadelphia Market. PHILADELPHIA, March 12. Flour quiet and firm sales, for home use. nt 36 50 (fifi 62 for superfine: 8 7:kS7 for extra; 87(7 50 for extra xamiiy, nun 97 zxo, z-t tor fancy lots, ttyo r lour steady ut im 50. wrn Meal tn demand nt3 75 for Peun. Wheat scarce; sales at 81 Sue 1 eo for Ked, nnd SI 73 for White. Bye wanted nt 5e. for Tenti. unit Jersey. Corn active; sales of 4,000 bush. Yellow, afloat, at 8Ac., and damp lots at S5c. Oats steady at Tu.'sic. for Delaware, and 58c. for Peunsvlvania. l,Ni0 hush, live Malt at Rflc.. delivered, anil 15,000 busb. bhnrts at SI 52 per KKI lbs. Whisky is firm; sales of 500 brls. at 28(5 30c. [By Telegraph.] New Orleans Market. NEW ORLEANS, March 12. Cotton sales of 3,500 bales at llKtfMl.'xc. for mid dling qualities. Sugar quiet at tUfafi'Ao. for fair to fully fair. Freights firmer. Coffeo firm at WOt. for prime Itlo. Hnlea or tho week, 7,950 bags ; imports, e.uoo bags -, present stock, iu,jou uags. [By New York Market. NEW YORK, March 12—P. M. Htocks dull, but firmer. Chicago and Rock Island, Wm; Michigan Southern, 15V, New York Central, 7PW Virginia Sixes. 98' ; Galena and Chicago, eu'4 ; Michigan Central, 52; Krle, 11 ; Pacific Mail, 7. River Intelligence. Tho weather for the last two days has been warm and pleasant. The river has risen two feet since our last issne, and is still rising rapidly. Businoss ou the levee was pretty brisk on Saturday, with fair offerings to New Orleans, St. Louis and Nashville; we quote, viz : PlTTsaraa. Cotton, S.V.: Molasses, Sc.; Whiskv, We.; Flour, 2V.: Pork and Lard, 35c.: Pound Freight, lixaisc. per KWlbs. Nashvillk. Whisky, ,10c. per brl.; Ale, 25c.; Pound Freights, 15ti,IHc. per hundred. St. Loi'is. Heavy Pound Freights, 20c. per inn; Whisky and Oil, floe, per brl.; Stoves, 2.V.; Ale, 3.Y 4ncperbrl. To Lvansvillo Whisky and Oil, sue. To Cairo-Whisky aud Oil, 40c.; Pouud Freights, 2u26c. per brl. New OnLEANS. Whisky and Oil, Mr.; Flour, JSci Pork, Inc.; and Butter, Cueeso, Ac, 2iK23c. per hun dred; Horses $10 per head; Keg Lard, 20c. The Arrivals since our last issue have been numer ous. Tho Tecnmseli, from New Orleans, arrived on Saturday, with two barges iu tow. The John Tomp kins, from Cairo, Potomac, from Louisville, nnd Stephen Decatur, from Pittsburg, arrived on Satur day. The Decatur cleared for New Orleans with a full load. The Neptune, Economy, Silver Wave aud Lebanon arrived from Pittsburg yesterday. The Flora Temple arrived from Xuw Orleans with a fair trip. Tho Alma, from New Orleans, picked up a sung above Green River, which pasaed lip through her boiler deck aud hurricane roof, knocking conildcr- nblo freight overboard. Protest was entered at this place. .The Great Western cauio to from New Orleans, with a large cargo. She broke a shaft near Vevay, which detained her several hours. The Nat. Holmes, Persia, Bay City and Prairie Rose are in from St. Louis all with full cargoes. The Glendale is In from Memphis, with a fine trip of cotton. Tha Kuuice, from Wheeling, and Ohio No. 2, from Marietta, came do'Tn yesterday. The K. Valley left for Kanawha, aud the Swallow fur Piirkcrsburg, on Saturday. The Potomac and New York cleared for Pittsburg with full loads. The Relianco left for Nashville with a fair trip of freight. The R. F, Sans and Nick Thomas left for New Or leans yesterday, and the Silver Wave and Neptune for St. Louis. The Messenger cleared fur Missouri River with a fine trip of freight and people. The Eunice paused down for Louisville after reship ping a lot of freight ou tho Cheusmau, for St. Louis The river is falling rapidly at Pittsburg, with about eight feet water in tho channel. Tha river at St. Louis on Saturday had risen only six luchosiu the previous twenty-four hours, The W. I. Maclay left for Cincinnati. Captain King has sold the Arkansaw Traveler to Captain Adams, of tho Arkuusiu River Mail Line, lor S6,Uin. We clip the following from the Louisville Courier of the 12tlr. Tho river has not fallen an Inch during the past forty-eight hours, with fully eight and a half tcet water in the Canal last evening, (lu the Falls t.'iers aero six feet eight Indus in the pass; and the. Pacific, l',r Pi. i,,UH,,.irauri,i,r .ut, Jin. , , IIIU morillllKi The weather was cliatiLfnuhle. and verv ..iiiullv vmm. terdoy, with two or thrue hard showers of rain, fob lowed by a very high wind, almost a gale tor awhile, II lb LIVB1 STEAMERS LEAVING TO-DAY. Alma, Buy City, Nat Holmes, Flora Temple and Eoonumy are announced for Pittsburg to-day The regular Monday packet Ohio, No. t, Captuin Sayres, leaves for Marietta at 4 P. 51. The Ana steamer Caledonia, Captain J. H. Pratuer, la the nisll-lKiat for Maysvllle at 12 M. The Jacob Strader, Captain (J, II. Dlttuinn, ia the mail-boat for Louisville at noon. The Forest Queen leaves for Madison at 12 M. The J, W. Cbeesman, Captain Ki tchum, Is the first boat fur St. Louis In the Express Line. The Lebanon, another tine passenger packet, will leave for St. Louis to-day. The Jacob Traber, Martha Putnam aud Prairie Rom are also announced fur St. Louis. Captain W, F. Davidson Is loading the Eullau for tha Upper Mississippi. The Prima Donna Is the only boat loadlug for Mis souri Itlvrr. Sho Is announced to leave early this week. The Llghtfoot, Captain Frazlor; Hudson, Captain Rldenour, and Conewago, Captain Spencer, are load ing for Nashville. The Llghtfoot leaves on Tuesday. The John Tompkins Is announced for the Wabash River to-day. The Olendale, Captain Bugher, leaves fur .Mouiphls on Thursday, tnr regular day. The Henry Fltxli ugh, Cnptulu Windsor, leaves for Arkansas River this evening. ' The Resolute, Captain Bugher, andOraneshot, Cop tain Chapman, aru also loading fur the Arkansas River. Tho Judge Turrencn is tho Kxpross Line packet for New Orleans on Tuesday. The Madison lenves on Tbursday, and the Tocuni sell on Saturday. The CJueen City, Captain Ncal, Is announced for New Orleans this ovotilng. Ahuivala Jacob Strnder, T,nulsvlllo: Bostonn, Portsmouth: Krocstotie, Miiyavllle; Lancaster, Mays. Vll:e; Potomac, Lotii.-tvill-; Kentucky, Madison; Swallow, Parkersbuig; John Tompkins, Cairo; Te ciimseh, New Orleans; Stephen Decatur. Pittsburg. Dkpartukm .lucoh Strnder, Louisville; K. Valley, Kanawha; Swallow. Parkcmburg; Freeatone, Mays vllle; Lancaster, Mavsvillo: Kentucky, Madison; Bostona, Portsmouth; It. F. Sass, New Orleans: Poto mac, Pittsburg; New York, Pittsburg; RcIIhiica, Nashville; Messenger, St. Louis; N. W. Thumns, New Orleans; Stupheu Decatur, New Orleans. AUCTION SALES. BY KELLOGG A WILLIAMS. Halos Rooms, 22 ami 24 East Third Street. tijiecinl und Peremptory Sale nf Seaeoiwlite Staple and Fmv.y JJrif (Juodt, Spriny und Summer Cliithimjf Carpeting, Table and PockA Cntltry, (fc, of leeton, irt liberal Loti to the Trade, to clute Conniinmentt. WE WILL SELL ON FRIDAY MORN INO, March If, at !) o'clock, without any rcserre, for (,'asb, Cloths, Cassimerea, Satinets, Jeans. Lusters, iinghams, Brown and Bleached Muslin, Irish Poplins, Super Brown and Bleached Linen, Table Cloths, Napkins, Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Black and Fancy Dress Silks, Italian Silk Cravals, Super Irish Linens, Hosiery. And a general variety of Notions. AbSO, WITHOUT A!tY KKSKRVK, 17 pieces super F.nglish Brussels Carpeting; ?0 do. Three-ply and super Ingrain do.; 20 tlo. Hemp Stair and flail do. ALSO, FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, 323 Tweed, Alpacea, and Linen Coats; 370 Pair Satiuet, Jeans, Luster and Linen Pants; 500 Silk, Satin, Linen, Marseilles and uthor Vests; 30 doj. White and Colored Shirts. ALSO 43 gross assorted Table Cutlery; 20 uoz. Carvers and Forks; 15 doz. assorted Butchers' Steals; 40 doz. Pocket Cutlery and Razors. ALSO Silver-plated Britannia Warn. . KELLOOO WILLIAMS, Anctloi eers. BY C. J. W. SMITH. Beautiful Building Lot on Dayton St. At Auction. On Thursday Afternoon, March l?th, At 3 o'clock, will bo sold at atietinn. on the nreni. Ises. a large and beautiful lot of around on tha north side of Dayton street, 125 fcot east of Freeman Btreot, ociug w leev jroiii on ifuyion sircer, ny i;mi leei oeep iob m iooi streei. ine size anu location oi tills lot make it a very desirable one for a good dwelliug- uoiiim. 11 wilt iw soiu loKcmeror (iiviueu. Terms One-third cash; I stance in ono nnd two years, with six per cent, interest, secured by mort gage. K3 B. P. BAKER. St WHOLESALE CO. Grocers & Commission. Merchants, Nos. 54 and 56 Walnut street, cornor Second, Cincinnati, Ohio. BENJ. P. BAKEB. OBV. R. BAKER, IHOS. H. WBIQ11T KM JOSEPH WILSON, DEALER IN KKOCERIES, PIIODUCI2, IINE TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR, ETC., - 224 Sixth street, between Plum and Western Row, Cincinnati, ohi Flour by the barrel or sack warranted, 31.2 J. & . REAKIUT, fi2 Second St., bet. Walnut and Vine, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, AND IMPORTER8 OF English, French & German Chemicals. mi Six Per Cent., and (he Reason! I MANUFACTURE CARRIAGES OF EV-, KKY description at mv Mnniifctiirv nn vin, tweeu Fourth and Fifth streets, opposite I. (ioldeu's Bakery, In Pleasant Court. I ask of no man more than six per cent, above cost: tha reason f. f nlu-u... sell for CASH. Orders from dealers in Carriages soli cited at the above rates and terms. 233 J. It. HUNTINGTON. MAMMOTII STEAM-POWER Billiard Table Manufactory or J. M. BRUNSWICK & BRO. Combination Patent Cushions. Patent obtained Dec , 1857, approved to lie tho best Patent Cushions ever luventcu oy an tne acicnunc flayers. A large assortment of Marble Slate and Wooden. Ton Tut.l.d ulurutr. .in ni,.n u...l ...... .1.. 1.1 - nu.va ij n ,,,, inn.l, ,Uf Bill Dpi II g at a moments notice. Otfice, Aro. 31 Sixth ttreet, bet. Main & Walnut, CINCINNATI, OHIO. no unowN aj oo. v i ra i h liTxu a oo i s FOR THE MILLION. Tho City Hosiery Stoio Has just opened and Is still receiving Furnishing Goods, uf every description, for Ladies, Gents aud Children at the old established Hosiery Hand, No. 12 Filth st., tiet. Main & Walnut. HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENTS, THEATRICAL TIGHTS, GENTS' Bll'KR SHIRTS, aud COLLARS AND CRAVATS, Warranted to eiinal, If not excel, any thing extaat. French Kid and Silk Gloved, With a full assortment of FANCY GOODS belongiag to the Trade, gx J. 11. HOI.MF.S. 8100, $5.70, $700, $900. Prices of our Complete Cxrinding and Boltiny; FLOUR MILLS. Mills can be souu running at Factory. W. W. HAMF.RAC"., N. E. Cor. Second st. and Western How. &130, 8175, $325. Prices of our Portable rit Hill, lu strong iron Frames, cast solid. w w II iHr Vli i. N. K. Cur. Second si. ami Western How. DISSOLUTION OF COPA11TNF.R. SHIP. The partnership hnretoforo existing between the undersigned, in the Watch and Jewelry business as PALMER A OWEN, was, outho I .lib uuj oi icurunry, ia.v, uissoivcu liy nilitilal consent. aura'm palmer, XM. OWEN. I would respectfully inform my friends nnd customers that I shall continue the Watch and Jewelry huninoM, at the old stand, on the norlh-west corner oi aiaiu huh roimn stroefs, ami stiall keep i flue stock iuuallyDertaiiiluiitosaiilbiis(iii.i,H. Tlumk fill for the past patrouagii bestuwed upon the lute iinu, i nope to return a continuance or t no same. 0 WM. OWEN. ITIoney! Money! Vloncy! N EW PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE. THE clthMms or Cincinnati are respectfully Informed, togatlierwlin tiioseof the viuinlty, that there Is an omra iineued at 4 SUtli street, between Walaut and Vine, for articles put in pledge, upon which inimv will be loaued at low rates of Interest. Valuables of ever dtwriptlon will be rvtcolved, and trHiiiactlons upua me iuua i;i:uiumouttiing wrw. J44 STEAMBOATS. FOR ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK. The steamer J. V. CI1KKSMAN Ketclillin. iiia.lep mllllnav mm kIioVM DaT, 15th Inst., at 4 P. M. uitowss i,vni,ow, 4 Public Landing. FOH NASHVILLE. The steamer LIUHTFOOT, Capt. iUi' ,y I will ir.ir on J I' r.r-1 'I I , the UthiuslTat 10 A.M. DltOWN K A LUDLOW, 4 Public Landing. F"U ST. LOI'IS AND KF.OKl'K. f . aJirTh Steamer M ATITIIA PUTNAM.Jow A. fiiiUS-Vell. master, will leave as above oi FU1DAV, the lath inst.. nt 4 P. M IlllOW NK A LUDLOW, 4 Public Landing. FPU ARKANSAS RIVKIt. .simiS The steamer VIT.IIUflll, Captain ,! t-ipri'fa Windsor, will have on MONDAY, lhellthiust.,at4P.M. HUOWNKA LUDLOW, 4 Public Jianding FOR ST. LOUIS AND MISSOURI RIVER. . IP"J The steamer TRIMA DONNA, Capt. S 'it !r:rF-, will leave ns almve, ou TL hS- DAV, l.ub fust., at 4 P. M 11R0WNK LUDLOW, 4 Public Lauding. FOB NASI1VILLB. . rll Us Steamer WF.NOVA. D.irclnv, master, 4',rteCill b-avo on TI KSHAY, !Mb nt., at IT ry , II, , , 4 Public Landing. FOR W 11 KK 1,1 NO AND PIT'SUURG. r , ITT"JS Th steamer JAM 8 WOOD, ('apt. ,C .' . yga 3ji Ilerdmim. will ha . as above on SAT iniDAY. Mth inst., at 4 P. M. BROWNE A LUDLOW, 4 Public Landlug. FOR f'LAltKSVILLK AND NASHVILLE. Jfc Steamer LIOHTFOOT. Canl. Fraler, III IUHI C VII I , ' Jh I, .1 I , .II HI ' II I.I, 111 A. I). SCII HAM A CO.. Walnut street. FOR ST. LOUIS A KKOKUK. - WMUT The steamer .1. W. C1IEESMAN iq?ltffiy-jC'apt. Kntchum, will leave on Tl KS A Y, tui l.itli Inst., at I P. M. Tho steamer .1. W. C1IKESMAN, A. v. Pi jiha.'I a iu., L'.l vtainut street. FOR ST. LOUIS AND MISSOURI RIVER. -JSoTJS Steamer PRIMA DONNA. Cantaln ,iwlT,a;aC For.1, will leave on TUESDAY, the l.VfijTiiat., at 4 P. M. A. D. SOHIIAM A CO.. 1 Walnut street. Toil ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK. w .ximjS Steamer MARTHA PUTNAM", Capt. sRiaX'TTTC Jewell, will leave on Til l ltSDA V, life Will l'uatTat 4 P. M. A. D. SCI1RAM A CO., 23 Walnut street. FOR CLARKSVILLE AND NASHVILLE. Steamer HUDSON. Capt. Rldenour, will leave on WEDNESDAY, the 16th A. D. SCH RAM A CO . 23 Walnut street. FOIl ARKANSAS BIVER. The steamer HENRY FITZHUGH. ifiy.'SMCapt. vtiinam w limsor. will leave un .MONDAY, the Hth inst., at 4 P. M. A. D. SCHRAM A CO., 'Si Walnut street. Merchants Independent Line. FOR NEW ORLEANS. m . IUZIN Tim stenmer QUEEN CITY, Capt iV-.iiu.'i !jTj Nenl, will leave on MONDAY, Iho Mth inst.,ut4 P. M. IRWIN A CO, FOB HICKMAN AND MEMPHIS. i -stiTA The steamer GLENDALE, Unpin In JSuSCBuKhor. will leave on THURSDAY, tne iiin nisi., at 4 i . ai. ittiri ,v iv. FOH ST. LOUIS, QUINCY AND KEOKUK. srir""" ft. The steamer J. W. CI1EESMAN ''l.tSL.ait SfaCapt. Ketcbuni, will leave on THIS DAI, tne Min lust., ut 4 P. M. IliniN A CO. FOIl LITTLE ROCK, VAN Dl REN A FT. SMITH. m . 1T" Ik The steamer RESOLUTE. Bnirher. ib''-aJtJliU master, Will leavo on TUESDAY, 1'ilh inst., i 4 x. -u. iiiwi.t s co. FOR ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK. s'jfnUT.IS The steamer MARTHA PUTNAM rttreieSSSIm Captain Jewell, will leave on Til I : It ft. DAY, the mil inst., at 4 P. M. IRWIN A CO. A CCOMMODATION LINE.-- CIN JtA. CINNATI AND MAYSVILLE a;frTOJt PACKET. The fine passenger steamer 4J FREESTONE. James Wiiipps. Musler. leiiviia!riTein. uiiti fiirMaysville every Tuesday, Thursday aud-Sat- uroay, at 12 . jteiurnilig on alternate (lays. Freight received at all hours nt Gilmore's Wharf, 1001 01 .uaju Bireci, oy cux.Jir.li i, 358 AjWit;. PEOPLE'S LINE. plvino nr.Twr.v.v Cincinnati, New Klcliniond, Ripley anil Mavsvllle. - LANCASTER, Xo. 3, Capt. I nwn tuotofWaliuit street. Til ESI) A V. TII HUH 11A V and SATURDAY, at l2o'clock, M. Tho Lancaster lias entered permanently iu the trado. For Froight or i-assage apply ou ooaru. RAILROADS. CHICAGO Great Western & Northwestern Route. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI Short-line R. R., via. Lawrenceburg. Distance 1IO miles, and no change of cart dciwccu Hicinnait anu iiiuiuuapolis. Tlmie PaMSenfferTriillislenveChicinioiti ilitlli- fHnn days excepted, J from thu foot of Mill aud Front streets us follows: Fiiist TaAtx. 6:2.1 A. M. Chicago and Tcrre Haute nay express rnroiign to rerre Haute, Lafayette and Chicago, with but one change of cars. ov.(.ONOTBAiN,4:4.r.l'. M. Accommodation The4:4S j-. ai. train arrives 111 inuialiapoiis at 1(1:1(1 1. nl. TlllHO Ta1N t'llicHtfo Mini Term lluntn Xlirl. V, rcs6 P. M. Arrives at lniliHiiMnoli ut 1 A M 'bis train runs throiieh from Cinclnni.il in clii,-..,, me auove trains make close connections nt Indianapolis, l.at'uvctle nnd. Clilcuuro, WITH Tit A INK Villi " Torre Hatitn, Lafayetle, opriiigiieiii, Jacksonville, Rock Island, Danville, tinleshiirg, Durliiigtosj, Kenonlin, Milwaukea, MattHiii, Pana, Naples, Peoria, "a'ena, Dunlelth, Qulncy, Racine. Pralrio du Chlen, Decatur, Dloominutnn. .lolinl Lasalle, St. Paul, aud all toaus and cities iu the North -west. Connections are also made at Indianapolis with tha rem ami iiiiiuuapoiis itaiiroau tor Koknmo, j'eru Lotfansnort. Fort Wavtio. Ttiloilo unri llelrnil JuB" Mir vou are In the right Ticket Office bofore you purcnase uur ucaet, anu asK ror ticket Via Lawrenceburjr. THROUGH TICK ETS, good until used, may bo had atthe Union Ticket Ollb-es, north-west comer Broad way and Frout street, where all necessary information can nn nan. n. 11 Aiiiuun, 'lie get Agent, Also, No. 1 Buruet House. ., . , , , WM. M. STARK, Tickot Agent, Alsoat tho Walnut Street House. Oftice hours from 4 A. M. to P. M. H.C. LORD, President, 31s W. II. L. NOHLK, General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati, Richmond & MM INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. O-i'eat Through Route for LlflAA 1'IIIilB, TERR K HAUTE, ST. LOUIS, LAFAYETTE, CHICAGO, LOUANSPOHT, PERU. LVitin up a tr at TK TWO DAILYTI1 ROUfill TRAINS I, avaSUth street nenni, ai e a . ni . aim 4:wi r. m. A A. M. IM1IANAP0I.IM. KT Liil fli A cuff CO FAST EXPit ESS.-Throiigli dli-ect, making clam coiiiieciions ior auotner western and Nortu-wostern pnn 1,. tins nam aiso connects al Itlcliinoml will f'i.p ,111.1 .ml CliUim, n.....i r... ....1 . - ' ,,,n, iui Aiiiiersini, auiu. mo, Logansport, uud nil points ou Wabash Valla Railroad. ..4:;'IL,L'..M.'.V."i),ANAro1'' UHICAOO A ST. iiucujiani 1 r.Ai-ne,o.-. iiieaijovo 'i'ralns msk close ivniioctlons at Indianapolis, Lafayette and t hi cago, with Trains Tor Terra Haute, Springtlcld, Rod Uiaiid. Galcsburg, Kenosa, La Crosc, Jacksonville I In 11 ir I lie. Hurl Iti nt, . XIII. 1. 11 .1. k 1 . ...iiinvf bl "'linnUMWi JHUIIUOU, JMtmtiM. t.aiena. uuiiicy, j'ralrle du Cliien, Punu, Peoria Diinlcilh, Racine, Decatur, Bloniiiiiiitfou, Juliet, La """"i"'- uui.uuu u towns uuucilU'S lu the North west. tlffoTJl!' rUCh Ticl",," giyeD ni Bi'Kgags checked iFor (Jj.rtlier liiformatlon and Through Tickets, ap ply to Ticket Oflices, north-east corner of Front aud llroadwuyt No. 1 Walnut street, near Fourth) at south-east corner of Fourth and Viue street, or at the Sixth-street Deiut. .. ,, J. M. MORROW, Superintendent. Omnibuses will call for passeuaora by leaving tliolr names at either uf the Ticket Oflices. 13" W. H. SMITH, Agent. GcAS STOVES AND GAS 33TTX13NT3I1XLJ3 FOK COOKING, From One to Seventy-Five Dollars. 271 U. MUrXiKaVB,J7Bixthst. SEWING MACHINES. OROVER & BAKER. Family mewing ITIacliincs, ft Went Fourth Kt., CluclmiatU A Now Stylo Prico, $50. flllUS MACHINE Is a great improvement A. ,ipon all previous machinae for family use, and is nnapicd til an anion oi newnia 110111 iHioiiine lace up to ten t hick tiess of broa.b loth. Local Agents wanted In every county in the Union, 132 SINGEU'S SEWING MACHINES, No. i:ant Fourth St., Cincinnati. SINGER A CO.'S SEWINd MACHINES, for tho rimt 7 ypnm, liuve, utonrlilr mfifntainii their position hh tlm nittrit diirHlilf, bout, ami tlm only mHchiriP wlilcli nro adnptofi to nil (hficrintinns of work, ffwme tr Hue ; nrl am now ixtotinivily knowu KPpriM-inUHl, mid Vfiy pmtUtihly uai'il, in nil 1iirrip tiviiHiif mauulHtturinu uf whit h sewing fuimi any portion. Shiver's New Family Mewing Machfney rrict9 60 to 75 Volfar, A riMianifl IVWIIIH JJIHClllim mr mninr piu tmn. n low priro, tipurltiff tht imprflns of the naiuwi of the mofit niiirtfiriful mnnufrirtiinTt In the world, haa long lK"n wnnttMl. It ran now o tind. Thritn Mrtrhinn have licen arrfliiffnd with full know. of the deftM'tri of otht-r Family Marhlne. an 4 th'-rio dof(M-tfi having lp3n romodo-d or avoldwl, IIiom MnehitH'a will very aoon he aa popular In the Family as our Miinutrictnrinn Marhlnt8 now are in the work shop throughout the world. An awiortmpnt of Machine Twlnf. Thread Cotton M hc hi no IS wed leu, Ac. Kvi-rv arllrle ronnfwtpd with tlm Hrwins: Machine Biialuetis can alwaya le found at thin office. JAMMH 8KAKDON, Agent for the State of Ohio. NEW YORK SHWIiVCr haiisim; CO. A Good Family Sewing Machine, Arrauged to sew with Single and Double Thread. HAI.ES BOOM, So. t HURNET-UOUSE BUILDING, W. B. COLEMAN, Aoxt, CINCINNATI, 0. HUNT, WEBSTER & CO.'S Improved Tight Stitch Sowing Machines. CRKAT reilnrtliin In rrlres. Hllver Medals aasrded by the Virxinia Stnte Kiiir, Sleohsnios' fair In Balti more, anil HlShS(irliusitts State I'slr. n, Y. rll . .l I HUSO JUMi lillli'ii will mil, ,1, ii.-Hi, u ti. ,-inu w,n Rotlisr. They iiiiike a strong lock stltrh, that cannot lierHVclHMl or pulleu nut. lllcvuiHKe a uesutuui, uniform stitch, alike on hoth sides uf the It 01 k. with- on f furniinft rhiges underneath. Tlin Itliii fiines huvo (treat strength, are perfectly simple, ami the management of them easily acquired. Any spool oi rotiou, inrunu ur sua, mr ue usmi without re-winding. 11, mii roldors and nindinafiiiflaesof iiunroved stria and finish, accouipanylusr each Mnclilue. All ,iH(iiineswarr!tnieii.anuiuii lnstrucimnsgiven to onRtde purchasers tn uso them satisfactorily. mr enu lor a circular. a. CI. KNIFFIN. Airent. No. a West Fourth street, over Beggs A Bmith'a Jew elry eiure, Cincinnati, unio. usi GEORGE B. SLOAT & CO. MANUFACTURERS Elliptical Lock-Stitoh & Improved-Shuttle mUU MACHINES. riUCE8, S.'-U to 560 DULLAR3. Cincinnati Office, 52 West Fourth St. 13 PRANK HENRY, Aqbnt. BARTHOLF'S Manufacturing and Family Shuttle SEWING MACHINES, Principal Office, 48! 11 roadway, Kew York. Ws" Local Agcuts wanted. Address box 2,811, P. O., New York. OPINIONS Or THR PRRSSt "These machines miiko excellent work." N.Y. Sun. 'lt is uuiiuestionahly one of" the best.1 Cour'er. 'None can compete with them." N. Y. Leader. "No family should be without one." N. Y. Kxpress: "They cannot be excelled." Abend Zeitung. "They are superior in every respect." . Y. Dem. "They are desirable for family use." I.adlos Visitor. "It does its work in a perfcet manner." Daybook. " Have no superior." llerald. 131 Even's Variety MachinVj Works. SEWINtJ MACHINES, MODELS FOR PATKNTS, nnd every variety of lleht Marhinerr nianufiii'tured and icpniied nt P. EVENS, Jr., No. 187 Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2M KE1,SRY&C().'S TIVO-TIinEAD-KI), FAST fiTITI II PEWINO MACHINES, espci ially suited to faiuily use. slid warranted equal in all respects to the best high-priced aischines. Trices from 82S to St.'i. 1). V. H ABKI M1TON, Orni e, No. M West ' ourth-st., Cincinnati, O. N.B. Appllrntion for Agenclesshould le addressed In I). W. IIABKINCTON A CO., box 1,661, C'iucln imtl, Ohio. Office, No. 30 West Fourth street. 2i 'Tis FonndL! SOMETHING New, True, Intelligible and Imiioi taut! Dr. CHAMBERLAIN Hastukcn rnoins Nun. 1 and i In Urcod'h Buildtni:, rorner of Walnut aud Kixth t refit, ami Is now in troducing his new and iiniiortunt discovery for the cure of the mont olifttlnnte chronic 1icaftti. He umketi nn rompromiup with the stomach, in the way of iiifHlicntfonH, Imt reUvr nolely upon the moat tmb tle uuU powerful of alt hk''iI, KI.ECTJllCITY. II in recent .Ifocoverln In the appllration of this vitalizing force seldom full to produce Hpeedy and Permanent euro lu )yhHp)in, Livjr Complaints, aralysU or rainy, ('onsumptlon In tho earlv and middle Htagns, Jtheumat inm, Neuralgia. HiHrt Palnt tntimi, nil c1h4'i f I'ttiriue IHhohhb, Catarrh, Dir. hcteN, Kkln ll(CHricfl, AniaurnKis, I)M.fnfM, General Debility, aud every species uf Nervous Chronic Dls efutpp. The dicffimd Rhonld not fH II tn rail and examine the afltouirthlng cures elTocted, f l eg utility In aelngte npplicatton, OiBce hours from 9 A. M. to ft P. M. Consultation frpfi. Ir. Chamberlain bus aMocIatpd with hint Mis. 15. .1. HALL, M. 1)., of New York City, who has had en extensive experience iu the treatment of dlseasos uifctropathically and otherwise, eipertially thoce pe culiar to her own Nex. Ladies suffering from dlaease should not full to consult JIi h. 11. 129 SNOWDON & OTtS 21 West Vourth Street ....21. lrTWElH MAIN AND WALNUT. WllOAV SHADES, CURTAINS, SPRIXti MATTRESSES, BEDDING, (.'.. AO., 40. Table and Floor Oil-Clotha. SHADES OF ALL KINDS & PATTERNS Made to order for Dwellings, Stores, Churches and Oflices. jMlal (J ILOMZED SHEET-IRON, from No. 10 to No. 30 Gages, And all sizes In general use, for sale at MANCFAO- TUKKK8' FRICKH, hj JOS. AV.WAYJVE & CO. Dealers in Hardware and Metals, No. 106 MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE FIITH-8TREET MABKKT BPA01. Ii9 Warranted Superior! ALL IN WANT OF FIRST CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS, Mliould call aud tears tlielr orders with Moore. Wllslacli, Keys fc Co.. 2S WEST FOUIlTn 8TBKKT, J ril.AN B00 MftKr.RS, rutNTKRS HTATIONSaS.