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bat i rv ottivW ADDrt. IAum VOW PmnH nr. An rv I I t r ' r i it r . '" WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATT0B5KY and Ooiinarfllhr at Law, Chasa Building. Third otrwljj dow Bit of Mwm.. , NICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT .AW. Office, No. 3 Manchester Bnlldin.. "'i '".IE corner Third and tfcxainora Streets, ClBoiBnett, Ohio. a;u . . ,' fin II B ADAMS ' KXPRKSS CO., No, SO JL K M St., Cincinnati. Woodward, A t. St IT. 8. EXPRESS COt?811 HIR? Btroot, Cincinnati. A. w. slaty, abij FAST A M ERIC AN Jl. Thh-fl IH. UPRES3 lR. A. JACKSON No. I Waul Fourth Btraet. CO., F. Olilrk, Afffirt. . HOWE. SUROEON, i WM. PENN NIXON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. om, Bank BnlldlngN. W. corner Third end Miiln sts., CinclDnalt, O. Inpeclal atteu. jlon given to collertiona. ,,, , . BUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 118 Vino treot: nrnostta tha Burw-t Howe, Ctii- rinnetl, (. Partfcmlar attention paid lo eouring, dyeing arid renwlrln. !:' T. tU.l A KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No. I2NIvm n,milr(.n1thldthlrdt.,brtwMin jlSln mill Walnut, rw-innati, Ohio. C" OUECTIOS AGENCY. - William . Ncllson attends rafnnallr K wHeci Ing and mirlnic Claims, and the "i'."nVh ?d .tf,.'l mid 1'ersonal l'roirty, c., No. 1" itnel, t'inclniiatl, Ohio. 1. ST.. i fco. ATKTSs73eftIertn English, French Mend ftrn,.. VARlKTT OOODS. ;Bt'0r .i.i.r.inH (U.r.t. and French wot cor,. noie- eate and retail. Pinking, ftniPta. mbrol e. No. KU Fina street, Imtwoaa Yin aud Ki. Cincinnati. Ohio, FANCY BASKETS. I have just recei a mil assortment of Fancy Basket, which- X o.r lo the trad. at , low prices wjg . M " IH Pearl btreet. FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY. B. ALLISON, BuMrlMendent. rrlntlug Materials of all kinds. lfiS Vine street. 1W rD. WATSON, COMMISSION MER i CHANT, wholesale and retnll dealer In GH0- 'KHIKS AND PROUliCIC Also, the best Brands of fait kept constantly on hand. Northeast corner Tl.lril nd Klin troeta.'Ciaclliaatl. Ohio. ' 71 C. RING WALT CO., NO. 174 MAIN , iwi-nniinir. direct' fmm the manufac turers; embrnriug all tha ueweat and most desirable r-il terns in tha market, which are otTered at Tory u rates for casta. 15 J. I av t ai unmaiiTnpv ran. w i lira an r a iiii Wlnilnw Hhade. BnV-Liaen. and Cambric Curtain BLIND Cincinnati. B. COOMBS, VENITIAN Hnnfactory, I :,wulii.wholialK and retail. McOord a old staml.- As cheap as the cheapest, aa good as tne neat. to pleHSO J ; We aim 77 HART -HICKCOXWholesle and Retail realera In Cooilyear's India Rubber tJnmls, Hoee, Kteaio Falt&ie an Marhine Boltlnir, at Factory prices. Alo, rich Fancy uonna in T-ry inmi variety. Oiilem from dealers pnmintly attended e.. at 49 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.aDd a North Fourth street. St. Louis, no. , . ti SICALiS State, Uourt, corporation, XMOiary Tiibllc, Kcclesiastlc, Lrlsre, and all other Peals, clenianed and eneraved to order. Also, ax Seals, or I'rivate and Offlclal use. NO. 14 WKST FOURTH STREET. AMES C. FOULDSFORwTrDING AND lime. No. A Kxcliaiiga Buildl (!oninilsioii Merchant, and Produce1 Broker, ce. No. A Exchange BuildlnR, Walnut strecit, t'ia- iinmll. (). Aseut for sale of John A. Shaw t o. a fearl Htarch. a TV. WHETSTONE WHOLESALE DRrGGIST, and Denier In Drnr, Medicines, .:,. fill. ,..W,r mnd TWe.atnfrft. Window Glssa and (il'asswaro, nno Chemlciila, Perfumery and Toilot articles, northeast corner Pearl and Sycamore eta., Cincinnati, Ohio. ; . ; ; " 1 DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TO - HENRY nruv MnniifiiKhinir of TRAVrjTilNG AMD PACKING TRUNKS, of all kinds. Valises, Carpet iJafts, Batcnois, etc. U alnut Street, under Gibaou House. 13) - ' ' A MF.RICAN BANK NOTE COM atrcets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Knirraved in a style oorre. eponding in excellence to that of Bank Notes, Rail road, State and County Bonds, Certiflcntea of 'Stop 1'hM.lca. Not,Hi. Hill and Letter Head. Cards, c., c. The above office la under the enperyi linn of gW) GKO. T. JOBt., fcngraTer. T i B. L. CREW. SUCCESSORS TO CREW f McGRKW, Wholesale and Retail Grocers and rrouuca iwiiera, itos. io ma w, uuru nirow,, ...niiiwut mrm,r .tf Kim and Third, tiiiciniiati Personal and prompt attention will be gireu to the anle 01 rrouuee on consignment. .. . FACTURKRS of HOT AND COLD MANU- BLART P10 IKON, 8TOVB8 A CABTING8. Warerooaaa, No. 21 East Second Street, ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' ' 10 tJECHLER A PORTER, Sole AgenU for f-J LAWRENC K llOLIilt nii.i., 01 ironion, u. .Inul.r t Pit, In,.. n,,r. B.tiler and Sbeot Iron. Plov Slabs and Wings, Nails, Steel, Window Glass, Ac. and Vine. Cincinnati, O. I0S T WOWE'S DRAWING-ROOM ' DANCES JL Polkas, Sc.hottim.bea, W altzes, Mainrkaa, Reels, Ke Ksneclallr designed for Social Evening Parties, ff uuaariiiea or voiiuoua, aim over iuu lnv.1 ot lj, . Illustrated with cilia, and tha CAJ.L ami deacriptli'ii of ea h Dance or Quadrille nnder each piece of Music. Price SI 00. Mailed on receipt of 81 2i. u. i. run da, 45 T4 West Fonrth Btreet. f "kUTCALT'S ELASTIC. METALLIC YKIIIVlVn PrlcA. reduced to Slllt the times The cheaneat and boat Metal Hi Hiring now used. It call lw put on at any aeaaon of the year; is prepare remly fur Inying.and can tie applied uy any person rith itnlfnurv mecliunici,! akill. rnnirilv. as no solner. tng Ic required. Onlers for Kooflng, from any part Hie cc ontry, prompt ly Oiled. UAl.un .Li. a 1.0. 7 va Celumbla street. Cincinnati. O, MEDICATED STRENGTHENING PL ARTER8. These Plaster are excellent remecte In eaaee of pain and weakneaa in the aide, breast or back ; also, in rheumatic affections, congha, asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal affec tions. The Arnica, Galbanuia, Fitch, Poor Sinn's and HeniJock Plaatara.are manufactured of Tartona aiics, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, era). A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to duilers and drugKlsta on as good terme aaany maiiutii fwrars In tin V.B. (91 VIOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE of th.ihi. and also of fifJITAIt STRINGS. ran always be fonndat 74 Went Fourth street, (Piano l.; a oiinwiiigauuK. ju.b ivn. a, by Foster a...,.- .36c. r.va, oy r oaier, Lud. ..2."c. til Alfine. til Millard 2."C. Charming Wara, py-IUnkle,--.,....;.. .- -.. 45 ) ti '''It! t ' C. y. FOWDA. -niNCfiTNAT'l ORNAMENT Afc C0MP0 SITION WORKS and GILDING ESTABLISH M KNT, No. 139 Sycamore street, between Fonrth and Filth streets. Thomas Down, Proprietor. Manufac ture toorder,' and keeps constantly on band, Pier and Hun tot Mirrors, W inflow Cornice, Portrait au Picture Frames, of all aires and the latest styles. Urals in the wood, aud Meuldings constantly. uand. The trade and dealer sup lied on easy '"J1"- rbliNlTOTiHbLilpEAliiiN WUITa! FLINT, GREEN A BLACK GLASS WARE, No. A Sycamore street, near steamboat land, lug, and between Franfe and Cokimbla, t'iniiinti. t ill, plain huh prriwi r IIII, -iimbwbi r , niric, Brandy, Porter, Hock or Catawba, Claret or Beer Bottle, i tiwi'tlier with quart, pint-and half-pint Flasks, Demijohn, Lanterns, c, to., ate. Country merchanta' orders aulicitod and filled at low prices. " ' '-- 121 JAMES BRADFORD k CO., FRENCH BURB -HILL STONK MANUFACTURERS, and importer of Frencb Burr Blocks, and the genu, tne Dutch Auker-Brawl Bolting Cloths. Also, inaniilHcturers of Portable Mills, So. fiS Waltirrt West sale, between Second and Pearl, Cincinnati, All work sold at this establishment warranted of beat quality, end if not found so upon trial, nioney will he refunded. tr3 Gl k'-K) M EtiLEN fSUCCESBORS .aT DICK SO la LH BKTTKK, importer wholesale and retail dealers in China, Glasa Oueensware, Plated and Britannia Ware, Looking Olaaae, Table tipHary, A,, , , . L'-'l, '). 91. Main fitreet, J, 5 Between Third and Pearl, West Bide, Cincinnati. IliKlieit Premium Awarded for Beet i")pecimeiial . - - Mj 'POWERJ?, STENCIL CUTTER, Js u. I'M U'ul.int atraat. between Third Vnnrth. . all ktntlfl ui Afiu-king Plaies cut In Conner er Braas. Hliippiua Marks, .Lutlurs, Figure, kept constantly on hand. , ' ' . f C G. BimEf 00;, MANUFACTVR- ERS WIBK CLOT Hat alEVES, BAT THAI'S, BIRD CAGES, and allkinuaor WIBE PRODUCTS, : M. 2T VfuliuU StrteL. (XaAunntiJ O. mr Special care given to weaving Wire Cloth Fan Mill, 'ihxeakiug Maolilnas, ItoUIng Serena fti.c. ' Rooms of C. M. Murch.) i.incer in rtnsaiiii in ixw. uy rmmt.. Sty Loved One and My Own Eva, by Foster, There's not a Heath, by Millard,.. iiuin a. onroM. calvim w. Taonis, T.. K. JMOKTOX & CO., Banker, Want Third street. Cincinnati. Ohio.. era In Exchange, Bank, Note and Coin. Particular attention puld tw-4rollctlo, aul re Wins pron.ptly n.ade T R . . -m it P f UNDRESS" NATIONAL C0FF1B ill III Ml Ml AT,(M)N. 714 Vinaatreat. Id door uynera, uufe,,nei ana uiunsrs low theater. ai N. B uf.wI a In Miurir Mtvle. at Mil hours. An elegant L-aaies uiiiing ana neiresnmeni N. U, An elegant L-aaies uiiiing ana neiresnmeni Saloon attached, and oondneted in tn atoat aalisfac tory niaBaar. , j i I. BLTNT FACTORY.. WM. CAIiPENT'EB 00., Mannfacrnrarpf Veaitlaa Aliuda and Window Shades, wholesale en artaU.rlo. S'l Hi.th MtrM,t. hetweeil Walnut Bud Vlue. ODDOsitt Woed'a Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blinds repainted and reiriuimed. Churcli. Btor ana other bad aaad and lettaiad, THE PRESS. 1IHNRY R I'.K.O, Alitor., I, ...MAttfilFlT THlTHl4Y CORRESPONDENCE, containing ImporUnt news, olicited from any quarter of the world. NO NOTICE uken of anonymans rorrrapondence. Wo do no return rejected communications. Amusements This Evening. ... NEW NATIONAL THEATER Sycamore street, between Third and Fourth "Lov' Sacrltlge ; " "Love In tlie Hark." WOOD'S Til EATER Corner Sixth and Vine It. "London Aaaiirance:" "Love In Livery." PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE Fourth street, lietween Vine and Walnut-Strtjkowh' Italian Opera Com- TsnTH ft NIXON'S HALL Fonrth street, be. tween Main and Walnut Lecture en Phrenology, by PREIAT We'sTERN MCSEUM-Corncf Third and Free Thinking. I u. on St. O. the the TO and and a ana 4c, W ' for and No, Deal. lM AND W large 7 The (inzctto is exhibiting considoraljlo vivacity upon tlie subject of marriago and divorce, evidently ' occasioned by ft feel ing of apprehension, ' on the part of its conductors, that society is in danger from the prevalence of erroneous notions in respect to tlie nature of tlie marital rela tion. What marriage is, or what it ought to bo how permanent or how transitory should be '. the bonds which it estab lishes are matters which we do not in tend to discuss. But there is a question, suggested by the manner in which social subjects in general are trcatod by our co- temtwary, that is wormy 01 entertain ment and may, it is to be . hoped, bo looked into without alarming the fears of any very considerable number of our fel low-citizens. It is : now tar may a man, without guilt, hold and express his ra tional convictions? There is a sort of people who, through some notion 01 inoir own superior wis dom or authority, aro so in the habit of identifying their opinions and prejudices with , the decrees of Heaven, that thoy can sot but look npon all who venture to call " them iu question as wicked one mltis'of God and incendiaries in society, They do not doubt .that the, Almighty thinks precisely as they do; . and expect that thoir viows will bo received with the deference due to an infallible revelation. These poople do not combat opinions they cry out against them; tfiey do not respond to argument they arraign thoir authors; they do not seek to convince, but to convict; and look upon error not as a thing to bo overcome, but to be pun ished in the person of its believer. There may be such a thing as faith that docs not depend upon the evidenoe of the understanding a mere unreason ing reception .of some statement or proposi- tionT-rtut to snppose that such faith 'can be meritorious,1 is absurd. ' To ; believe upon .testimony, is the prerogative of man; to receive without testimony, is the infirmity of a fool. Thero can be no basis for faith butreason; and they who claim to proscribe rules of oonduct founded upon any other authority, are' either weak themselves, or are willing to take advan tage of f;he weakness of mankind. When reason was given to man, the ouly limit imposed upon its empire was that of its own capacity;, nor is there ground to sup pose that, by subsequent decree, that em pire has been in any respect reduced or circumscribed,- In all ages, as in this, there have been , those who would gladly have made it sinoillor; whose exertions have ' not been without practical effect During many centuries the mind of man submitted, to - wear the most degrading shackles and badges of servitude. But in proportion as it was enslaved, the race was miserable; and in proportion as has become emancipated, the raco has arisen and improved in . knowledge, and morality, and refinement. Still there are not wanting those who would carry soci ety back to the old state of slavery with whom tho breaking of every bond is symb61 of, coming anarchy, and who live under continual .apprehensions that, through some sudden re-acquisition of in tellectual freedom, mankind . will be led into each acts of eccentricity and wan tonness, ' that the world will no longer Contain a spot fit for them to inhabit If mind has a right to be free, no man is to, blame for the convictions to which be' arrives; and there can be ho such thing as a wicked opinion. To say that man! in the use nof his reason, becomes bad liy arriving at one result, while, arriving at another, he becomes or con tinues good, is ' not sensible.' Whatever condition is reached by the free and hon est ase of tho mental faculties and this is What constitutes, an opinion that, all Just laws, human and divino, man the Jright to hold. To deny this is to that men are punishable for their opinions a doctrine which ' enlightened UCUJMO UilVC lUJlfl B1UUU UlOUaiUUU, it tncro are no sucn inmgs as wicKoa opinions, there can be no Such things dadgexou.4ininiuns-Topinionsanger)Us to society.. When mind was made set; free, the world was so constituted to bo able to enduro the wear and tear its operations otherwise tho creation would have beea absurd and society' impossibility, society withstanus tbe fiuicnoe of all opinions not in unison its own tendencies. It only gives its sent to doctrines of which it is already tliliu'li.pcrhaps, imperceptibly to the less obscrver-r-making practical, applica tion. Shallow philosophers charge the dtrlik whal, tnrrealrtyils'littrj)jn- b(e to tho tendency ; and substituting effect foe 'iilie 'cause, fall into cpstasi.es fiarovorthe apprehended occurrence in ui wnicn, wiougiHJU!ja wiu nu hw already upon and around them, j The (thjng A,,ft!;'f J U 0; feared, in cpnnecyon,4 ie uazottp article, is free-love doctrines, but free-love practices. To go into a panic over tlie vagaries 3d few hotefoclito Drsined people iat Yellow Springs of Bcrlii lloinhtsJ who aro seek ing, in their poor,' blind Wiiy, after a rulo by which to reduce W'.ortL.e into which thev have, rather Moidcntally .. a n U . if 1 1 uian acsignoaiy, laiion, ana to wotiook or pass uy uio icns oi inousnnus ui irco-iuvu doings committed daily", notoriously, bn 411. , , . . V i ii siues, dj persons witty iiv not aus cuu- soionce to caro whether there is a rule or not, is poor and cowardly. Sincerity, how- ever mistaken, is to bo pitied, if not re- ipoctod. Tho men by whom society is endamaged and domestic anarchy created, are no thoorists. Whether tho marriage bond is strong or weak, to the in is of littlo concern. : If they have any wish upon the subject, they would probably profcr that it should be irrevocable. A' resolution has been offered in tlie House , of Representatives to appoint a committee of three to examine Messrs. Morgan and Edoebtox members of tho rcocnt treasury-investigation committee under oath, in respect to their knowledge i 1 of Breslin's affairs and transactions while holding tho office of Treasurer of Stato, , .. . , , i e i and of any parties implicated in the defal- cation in the Treasury during tho terms ..en j rs . ni.!. ! w:l. i . should, nor can, safely, these gentlemen shrink from the examination. It will be rcmombcrod,that during Breslix's official term, Mr. Morgan was Auditor of State tho official accountant of the pi blio reve nues and disbursements; and Mr, Edger ton the Transfer Agent of the State the official guardian of its finunoial Interests in the oity of Now York They may know more than they may care to avow. Tho party coloring which they have given to their own report, lays them open to sus picion and retaliation, and divests them of oll i,rlit. htnliinf.t.tnt.linnrnnnanrl nipnanrn , T- . , , upon any ground. If their hands aro clean, neither they nor their friends in ... . t ! .i a ...:n re n uio legislature win uujoct. xi tncj can anora to ton an tnoy Know, tncy should, as thev valuo their reputations, seek tlio opportunity. Mr. Edgkrton is a candi- date for tho office of Governor: it will hardly do for a gentleman so severe upon gubernatorial errors to stand back, when called upon, upon so interesting an occasion. it a a . by by THK French army will, on tho 1st of April next according to the estimate of ai. t, : . i l , ,.i nn ounuiuuuuutu couoist, oi 568,000; and on the 1st of Juno, 622,000 men. Add to this 50,000 volun- , . , iL t ' tocrs, which tho country generally counts upon in case of war, and there is a total of 672,000 troops, which may b thus di- vidod: Infantry, 390,978; cavajry, 83,800; artillery, 46,492; engineer corps, 12,110, military equipages, 10,220; escadron cent- gardes, 49,000; imperial guard, 29,800; volunteers, 50,000. Total, 672,400. The whole of tins vast array, however. IS not av.,;in.Vla fnr tbn niimoan nf a fnroiim for whenever the Emperor engages hostilities, it becomes a thing of the first importance to provide against that most dangerous of all contingencies "a fire in the rear." Franco is a magazine ever upon the point of an explosion; and when her rulor goes abroad to fight, it is a mat ter of imperative necessity to leavo tho means to preserve the peace at home. is estimated that 175,000 will be all that is required for this purpose, leaving 400,000 for operations against an enemy. It. may not bo a pleasant thing for mighty monarch to bo thus under tho ne cessity, while he carries his arms into ..... Otner lerritorios, v Keep up an army overawe his own lovins subiects: but such . . i . .i . -ii. r . appou, w uo ui uuuo wiui iuousiuur IvOUia JN APOLEOX, as it has been witn predecessors; and, so long as it is custom of the country, perhaps ho r.io-hf'. tn nAiiinlnin . . ' i- it 11U O.AIUjr ! Ul AUOUU UUIUIU19 iu aggregato to nearly 750,000 men a midable force, which, in case hostilities should occur upon Austrian territory, would all bo available. Whether these two great military powers are or are about to engage in pulling each other pieces, is a question in respect to which much is conjeotured, but little is known. A remark of one of the journals of Eastern city, that "if Louis Napoleon should see lit to strike, a conflict would be inevitable," is at tince eminently and as wise as any' thing we have npon the subject '' " ' '" af firm as and is of ah ru with as upon the of of lftis the' noi a " BBJBJBSeJBBBJPJBJhJBJjajBJBB Thk ladies of the First Presbyterian Churoh will hold a Bale and Festival for MUuions the Lecture-room of the Churoh on this (Thura day)evening, Marob 17. . All are cordially Admittance, One Dollar. , , How 'tis ' Doits.' The following we from the Louisville Journal: "AU our friends, wno nave not paid their poll-taxca, are to tend their name and residences too Tax Collector's office,' whore persona tie louna wno nave voluntereed to attend getting them out, and wait upon the tax-pay ers witn me receipts. Capital thing, that! A man' taxes to paid for bim, and the receipt handed in at own bouse by a gentleman .of mavity and Who would not like to live Loulavillef - ' .- i. Says the Louisville Democrat t "People inquiring bow much each oQics-holder in Louis ville has been taxed to pay up the poll-tax the brethren. We have the ' assessment rumor,' but ahould prefer to have it official. Will the organ inform ua the precise amount or eaon omoerf we presume tne wstubuion have paid well. They nominate and elect cotinoiluien, and then tbe oouncilmen elect watchmen.' . r - ,;'. . ' Ths Poos Akricahs. A letter from Portu IU09, states that the leading planter there, in league with the Captain-Ueneral, lately made up a joint stook fund, for ttt chaa of jriagreei lo Afrisa,and their imporav, j4on!d, distribution vu jaofitable joint principles. On the 5th ultimo a brig, with 'eight hundred' and fifty African, driven ashore, when the negroe wore taken and locked up In different places, previoua their so-called imprisonment. Axn-TaS AITATIO! IK PkNIsri.VAKH. fiovonil Bicotinica have been held recently in Lawrence Uounty, for tnepuriioaoor protostlnff I ag-nljiijtiihtlue taxation. Throihitionsrased l eont thorn to our renders : ltM.lmA 1 at TKflt Wfi MtTltirrl li WL lltllll't ,n-d ,-u,;t2 "t leysIftto, loh, rncnibcm or grand juror, to impose on us any Vu for anyUior riirpo thai the noceMary expense of our CoramonweaUU. ,' - Sd. That Washington Township hiiu al'rnya been oncoaod to oornornte railroad bodies lovy- Inst a tax. and that her eitixoni to day and henceforth will resist by sword and bayonet tne paymont of such tax. 3d. That railroad bonds and incorporate in stitutions can not steal from us the libcrtiea our Revolutionary fathers earned for us. 4th. That our Commissioners withhold or refuse to levy any tax for the paymont of Kail- road bonds or Interent. nth. That wn henHllv eo-onerate In and im prove of the course pursued oy the citizens of Allegheny I'ounty, in tneir late anu-iaz con vention. 6th. That a oommlttee of five bo elected to represent this township in convention, to bo held in New Castle, on the 12th day of March. Subdhs Death is Bostos. On the evening of Mondav last, a vounitlady named Theodo- ain Smith, acred 1l roars, died suddenly dur ing a rehearsal in the basement of St. Paul' Bho had been, during tno evening, Churoh. i . . . "ore than ordinarily cbeeriui ana nappy, tne I lifn anrl Hall mitt rf hft milTAB. KllfllinnlV inn had sotuo affection of ono foot, and in a laugh ing manner said her foot was asloep. llor menus toia ner to irev up, uui ano eiu ou could not Rdding( ft , although I do laugh." When assisting her to riao, she foil dock unconscious, ana never reviveu. duo died about twelve o'clock. The physicians say that she died from paralysis of tho lungs. Salabies of Stats 0kficer8,Inmana. The Governor's salary is fixed at $3,000, but the increase can not take effect during the term of the presont Executive. The usual perquisites and fees received hitherto by officers are here after to go Into the treasury, In view of which the aalaries have beeen augmented, via: Treas urer of Stato, $3,000; Auditor of State, $2,500: Sooretary of Stato, $2,000; PreHident of the Sinking Fund Commissioners, $3,000; Gov ernor's Private Secretary, $500 1 Superin tendent of Public Instruction, $1,300; Stato Librarian. $800: Superintendent Insane Asy lum, $1,300; Superintendent Deaf and Dumb Asylum, $1,000; Sunerintendont Blind Asv- Wardon State l'nson, i,uu; i... unn . Moral Instructor Stato Trison, $800; rhysi- Clan Stato Prison, $800; Adjutant And Ouar- termostcr General, $25 each; Judge of Supreme Court) $2,000 each; Judge of Circuit Courts, $1,500 each. Tho Auditor of Stato is allowed two clerks at $1,000 each, and one at $600; fte Treaauror 0f gtale one at $800, and tho Socretary of State ono at Dkhbavko IIuman Natcbb. Tho town of Z ?l young clergyman, Itov. Mr. F., (the papors aro very dolioate toward tno ciotn,)wiiu:uissatn arine D.. dauchtor of very respectablo paronta The young divine had boon visiting in the house, and his presenco was considered very edifying, but he left suddenly one evoning last week, and Miss D. let herself lrom ner cnam- Vinrwlnrlnw tha naict. nitrht. and tbnv were mar. j ricd at Montgomery and flod toward Montreal, I Ex-Skmator Jonm, who was appointed Min- isur to noEuia, a lew gays uiro, naa recuuaiu- . . .-T-.j.,, declinition. and concluded to serve his country at the rate of $7,500 per annum. Although his friends affect entire ig- ncrrance of any intention by the President make this appointment before the nomination I was sent in, still the fact is notorious here that jJl V V AO V U VI DVUIW BVA W BH1 1Arwvvat aiva awaaaai after the olose of his Senatorial term, which may be reirarded as tho end of a not vory bril liant political career. Baltimore American, Marehl2. Bouniuhy Surtkys. The Commissioner run tho boundary line botween Texas and New Mexico, are now at Fort Bliss, and will oom mAneA mieratinn about the Mh inst. i. The commander of this military department has uored one hundred mon to be aetaileo as escort in It a for the commission. A private lettor, dated February 10, states that the work of surveying and making boundary between United States Territories and Toxas, is nronressine rapidly, notwith standing the inclemency of the season. The woather is represented as bavins boen extremoly cold during January, the tbormomcter being someuinuB ua low ua lunv-iivu ucgiovo uvivn the freezing point. The party are all In good health. National Intcllujencer. Bar at the Mouth or the Mississippi. The Picayune, of tho 5th, gives a lint of vessels detainod inside of the bar on the 2d, awaiting a chance to go to sea. Tbe vensols aground the bar bound out, and those outside bound are not included in tbe list, and yet that reaches the number of thirty-three, some which cleared from Hew Urleans as long ago tho 17th of January. Tho amount of cotton on board is 95,092 bales, and of tobacco 2,990 1. 1. ,1 u Wni,., nll.n. m.mm Tltik aa(ll.,nl.rl I UUUBM UVDIUVB ViUW k,VJl.U - U Vau.u.uvvu to value of the cargoes, vessels and freights, aumed at $7,250,000. It would, no doubt, I safe to assume tho Value of those on the and outajdo at M mueh more or ,ay a total his I S15.000.OUU. Tho interest on thia amount the ffijrtS'Sj: has But New Orleans does not now feel the full tent of this loss; her merchants have drawn I upon their Mils of lading, and lose nothing W1Q for not to an soen in in vited. clip re rfitested to wilt to tha export, except in ao far an protested may return upon them; but tbe chict loss ia the consignees in Liverpool, who are purchuaers of five-sixths of the entire cargoes in detention Liverpool rates average about one-lourth cent, per month ; ao that Liverpool's loss on rii'rchaeea for the thirty days detention 115,000, and will continue at the rate of per day till relief is offered. Liverpool business on a much lens margin tnau iNew Rjtv. Mr. Sturgeon. The last steamor brought a letter from ltev. Mr. Spurgeon, that he would not visit America, lest the public mind he should be complicated the personal, financial and sectarian schemes persons who have Bought to nae him for own purposes. A dooument signed by respon sible gentlemen of various denominations, been forwarded to him, urging bim to rovoke that decision, and' guaranteeing him against the petty annoyances to which ho refers. have hardly a doubt that Mr. Bpurgeon come, and are happy to state that reliable have been made to give bim cordial greeting of the Amerioan Congregational Union at the collation on tho 12th of May. N. Y, 'Independent. " ' A fow months azo. the fillibuster berooa fighting valiantly In Nicaragua, and all Central America. Now thoy are fighting the bar-rooms of Now York and Washington, whore it is much safer to do battle, and besides, there is more grog. ' Strangers and Citizens Requiring be hi re spectability! In are of by the the . Ponoe, bad pari stock', French Traveling Bags VuruUhed, French Traveilnn Osnaa Furnished, Ladles' Dressing Case, ' Ladle' Satchel In Kid, Bleb and Beautiful Broad Silk Fans, . Klegant Urea, Hair Pius and Head Dresses, , r Turquoise Shell Tuck ' I 'i i Garter in Silk, Velvet and Kid, Fearl and Shell Uard ()ae, beautifully Carved, . Pearl, Velvet, Leather and Silver Purtnioiiiiaiea, Jet Bracelet and Broocne Inlaid In Gold; 1 ' if . Bteel, Gold, nod Jet Belt Buckles; Vlegant rocket Knives and Rators, i Bliell Snail Boxe. Shell Cigar (Jaw; . Walking Cauea In Gold, Silver, and Ivory The MotbIi Cbew Ilea ead Cli,Boaida; OdorCaaas, Jawal Casketa, ' Work Boxes, Cabas, Purses with t'lialns, Wrltina Deaks.PortMioe, Stiuleuta' Couipanloni, Lufiln's llamlkerrhlKf Kxtracta, -; ltrl.r...J ........ ..1 M, UUU , ; ;"' Nurtli alaat Corner ourlhaud Walnut ladeli Schuuiau's' Sweet Catawba, Victoria "war . . ... i . . . nraud. off The purujMb e of the flrape, not fcrineutixl, retain lug all of the tluo ai eniaol taw (iraw. - to JOHN I. PARK, 360 North tast Corner ourtli aud Walnut ols. CANDIDATES' NOTICE. i f K rAfirrNTKIl M MnrllrliU for viir Com nilKHfnnpr, nibjct to (lift (tccUitm of th CUifna f i.. ' . ritllMA niillKK la rnnrtlilnt fa liuMn, In the Thlrtecntn warn. ma.-ia-at- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. to Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Catarrh, Influenza, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Whooping Cough, : Incipient Consumrjtion. Brown s Bronchial Troches. corYRioiiT becurkd. IKntereil accord ins te art of (.'oiiRres. In the year 1u7 l,v .tii I. Ilaott-K .t Rom. t'heuiista. Boston. Ill the Clerk' Olllce of the District Court of the Dtst. of. Mass. . KaT-Couoiis. The Brent and sudden chaiincsof our climate, arc fiuitliilsoiirccsofPiii.Mii!(4BV Asn Bbon i'Iiiai. AKrrmnNa. Kxncrience htivlnn nroved that simple nimmlli's act speedily and certainly when tjikcn In the early slaao ol iliseiise, rccutiran snoniti ni itiiee lt ltiul to"nRtiwVa Iluosclll ai. Tnocnr.s." or Lor.- enica, let the l.'otiKh or Irritation of the Throat be everso slight, aa by this precaution a more serious attaca. way oe oiiecitiany warueu on. Brown's llronchlal Troches IfSS" Carta Guiiyh, Cold, Iluantum it- Influenza, Lures any ivifnfton or soreness uj me i nroni. Hclievet the Hacking t'ouyh in Consumption, Hclievei Bronchiti, Atthmaand Catarrh, Clean and invei ttrcnuth to thevoutcij blNOKRS. Inditjientable lo Public Speakers.. Brown's llronchlal Troches. BVr7rvnnM Ttv.v. IIrnut Waid RKKrilRR. who has used tlie TaiK'HE five rear. I "1 have neverchanged my mind reerwrting tliom from the llrat, except to tiiina yet tieiter oi inniwnini ungsu miiiikiiikwuii of. in all niv lecture tours, I nut 'TROCiiea' into my carpet hag as regularly as 1 do lectures or linen. I do not hesltato to say that In aofar as I have had au opportunity of comparison, your Taociti. are tire eniiuently the best, and the ttrst ol the great Lo?, cugo School." --- - . . Brown's llronchlal Troiheg. K-FnoM Rr.v. K. II. Chapiw, D. 1., Now York.1 1 cnnuldur vmir l.ttzeiiaiM nil excellent nrticln for their Durrvoscs. and recommend their us to TuliUc Speaker.1' ; Brown's Bronchial Troches. HFroM Mr. C. II. Oabdnkr. I'rlnclral of the Hiitaer's Keinnle IiiatitutH. New York.) "I have lieenafllleted with Ilrnuchit s dill Ing the past winter. and found no reliel until 1 louna your iroches. Brown's Bronchial Troches, iT- For f'hililrcn liihorlngfrom Cough, WnooriNO CotiiH, or Hoaraeueas, are particularly adapted, on account of their soothing and demulcent properties, assisting expectoration, andipreventiiig an accumu lation of phlegm. . Hold ty all Druggists at a cents por oox. J Oil V 1). PARK, , 370 Jf . E. Cor. Fourtn and Walnut. A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE , KANSAS GOLD MINES, ' II.LVBTRATRn WITH A .MAP OF TUB ROUTES. Price, In cloth case, Ml cents. Published by . ; , E. MENDENIIALL, 25 S Collego Hall, Walnut street. to T?.nM ill Or ImAvi.ifls TJntinv TJnn(.inrL( icm,l viuciivau a c iaaiiui. No. 5 Western Bow, between Blxtnanuiongwortn, Cineimmtl, (ililo. Cheapest Paper Store in Town. EORGEW. REED, Manufacturer and Importer of BUSINESS CARDS. . fT.1Tr ttii nikrriTT mnniTtnn SPANISH & FRENCH TEACHER, J. J BUTLER'S . , i:.ceIsior Fluid Inks. Manufactory, 39 Vine St. ' 64 fiENOR Y. M0NTALD0, on in, list of I as 1 as- be bar of tor ex nn on 2T WEST SEVENTH, Main and Walnut street. Between 7 (312 WRIGHTSON & CO. ARE THK bills on per ner us $500 does ur leans. de claring in with of their has We will ar rangements the were in v C'onib, , ' Heads, . , ' i 3t. 13pst GPri later s ! IN TOAVN. i I ' ' . ' '' ' .'.'''. ; THY THEM. T SMITH'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE, S. Vl Cor. l'"oui th and Walnut Streets, I ENTRANCK 61 FOURTH ST., Opeii ray and Evening. li. w. BMirii, mncipai, 36 Cincinnati, Ohio. bON'T READ THIS. And then forget that yon can buy new Shirt Collar cheaper than washing eld one, at . IMaSon's IT at Store, FIFTH ST.. near Walnut sole airent for Omit' nat ent iMiHinelixl Collar, all stylos, .IA) cts. per or a.i is per iim. - . si COAL OIL. THROWN A VALLETTK, NO. 4. M-M Fourth stroet, are gallon; wholesale, 11 10 any mntitv, the very bea Olf.'l Ketail, SI 2i per g KH'l, 8 A M V E 1 I BOVI), MERCHANT , TAILOR, Auu iieaier In READY-MADE CLOTHING, No. 13 J Walnut Ht., CINCINNATI, OtO. HATriELD. ' T. BBOWN. Uf rULLAN. PULLAX, 1IATHELD & BKOWN, viiom:sai,c (aiOCJER No, ia 55 Columbia (or Second) Street, jlotweon Waluut and Vine, . CiutinnaU. WM. MOUEIIOUSE& CO., TJpliolstbrs, , IND alantifutiimnof all kinds of Mattraaaa iilug, ijouuwasi corner oi riltuaua J'lum (treats, ( iiiiiwti, nio; yu - ; jas. roan. AV- W 1&. Jf, . WILLIAMS. IWIIilM VMS WI10LK8ALB DEALKBS'. Cats, Caps, Ladies' Fancy Furs, nods, fjliildren's Fancy Hats, Cans.- Afi. AIM Sl'UKKT. UINU1NNATI. 0.. Jtraw C.ot 1-4 MAI w-D.ruNNici.irri. -A " 1 w. . Mobbis. Tiiiuiicliflb li CO., MAnLrALTc axaa or STOVES & HOLLOW WARE. tastings 9f Eyerjr.Descrlptlon, I . . WHOLWALB AND BXTAI&.. J , Foundry EatiPrl Btreet, riALEH KOAM AT rtlB FOIINDBT AND NO. FiriU ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO. MEDICAL CARDS. R. S. NEWTON, tM, D., Office, 90 West Seventh Street, BRTWKKK TINS AND kACC. SOS O. E. NEWTON. M. Ti. Orrtoa No. W West Seventh tit, tatween Vina and Race. Rrjunaaca No. M Serenlh street, be tween Walnut and Vine. Orrica Horn 7X to ' A, M. m toll P. M.; 7 to 8 r. M. nt DENTAL CARDS. S. L. nAMLKH. M. S. BMlTtt, ! Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH, ID 33 3iT T I 3 T S , No. 3 Vcat Fourth St. DR. S. WARDLE, . ia 3sr t i is-' V , Office No. 138 West Fourth street, CINCINNATI. OHIO. 7 JEWELRY. THE PLACE! THE Ilj P. ULIAS' JEWELRYIIOUSE Fresh Arrivals Dally, Of Now Styles of ( VliicU can be found In 14 ltd I cs Variety, J AND AT TRICES UNUSUALLY LOW, " AT MY STORE, i '.'-. Ao. 1G Went Fourth Street, Next Door to Daily Press Office. , . Now iu the time to Buy. "385 WILLIAM OWEN, Manufacturer of ' SILVEll WARE AND JEWELRY, Wholesale and Retail Dealer tn Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Goods, N. W. CORNER MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS, j ' .' Cinoinnati, Ohio. Ill 1 : 1 SPARKLING DIAMONDS. i DUIIME & CO. i Cor. jFourth and Walnut, . ; THE MOST MAGNIFICENT. i ' IJJJj lljlilll IV J 1 ill) LilljlllULlll 1 i ., I . Wett af Wew Toik, Keep on band at all time tha most extensive Stock of 0EWELBY in the Western country,, : 4 DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS CORAL' sets; ' -AND- . SIJLVERWABK IN ENDLESS VARIETY. . , j Don't forget the place, Corpcr Fourth and Walnut. HENRY P. ELI AS, - lio! 16 West Fourth Street, ' J W1IOLESALI k BETA1L OEALZB IN i Wa'ties, Jewelry and Silver Ware, MANUFACTURER OF Masoiilc aud Odd Fellows Jewels, 4c, 0 40. " I ' 1 I V ft O TI IT I V IX XV I jl Ut 3 II IJ 11 1 I WATCH MAKER. 173 Vine street, bctweeu Fourth and F!rthtreet. Wattlic. French flocks, Musical Boxea, and Jew. airy rqtialred and warranted. , l-'V BGO(3 & SMITH, No. 6 West 4th M., AltE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO their lareo assortment of Watoucs. Jewelry, BilveiVaio nd Dlanienda. .' ' - , I Also e assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Cutlery, and Opera Glasses. ' 1-i MISCELLANEOUS. per . Competition Defied! liixnV BiNHorBicK. THoa. at. bkuusau HENRY BISHOPRICK & CO. Proprietors aud llunnfacturers of BISHOPFUCK'S INFALLIBLE BAKING TOWDEK, ! 'And Wholesale' Dealer in CHEAM TARTAR, BICARD SODA, Ac. nishnprick' InSallible Baking Powder 1 an article iiuiiiiallit. and which ralinot be suriMssed defle competition and acknowledges no superior, even in inisiprogreBsiTH aae , it .mi uuu ,u iiinMBirm, Western and Southern Status to be a compound of rar; excellence, and Is used daily for cooking purpose hots Iu families, steamboats, boarding houses) to the Western ewigruut muispeiisiuie. , ii.- MANOrACTOBT AND WHOLEHALS BBPOT 111 West Flllh street; Cincinnati, O. anil T-l '' . 107 f- 111 I l A s t I IX : o t vv i u o i u rv . .. , rilRAM, Orjanzine. Embroidery, tiaddUra' Ml Fringe and Spool Silk; ';; Twist and Machino Neodles..; .., -AI.30- . , .,'. ..': ( JT O TJ -V 33 T S';; ; One dim (pool. Best three-cord Bilk lor Bewlq 1 ' Macbiue. i . '. : , 6ft West Fourth Street, 2d Floor. ,, JOHN H. JOU VET, THOMAS JOUVET. 47 Agent. " w -' 't ... .IMPOBTEB AND DEAtEB t ' TfBVbV DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,' BX-i. Jb, tra quality Medicines, Pharmacentlral reprt. IIT'l, WBf.WS,q . 111.', VMS, Vp. "-"I ' f Nbrtheast or. Main nd Finh StS. ; "' NAUUOW iGUACE , , , .-, Kd. 60 Sycamor tret; In MuMum Building, ,y, ronsrantlyon hand a upplT of J'UBB ANDIiKN INK MoCOHS. WINES, BRANPIgM. OLD CKOW" WUJHKY, ano imriittTau U1UAB8. 1238 MV BTE VUMSi, 1'roprltitor.