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lW fc HIM It iivnv Bit V II l II l.M tt ninRT." "lfOtlND,"e., In this cnlunin.occapying three line or lose, two Insertions, twenty-five ce nts. WANTED SiWalToti la soma Mercantile Kotwe M clerk, or assistant book -keener in Mm office. Bout of nf.rrnce. given. FIoom address as. ... at this office. m 17-b LMTANTED A ituatio by a jonne; man w w honk.iMHr or ontn ' clerk. Has had some experience uino girorsf.rsnces. Address 0, S. M..Frea omen. u ' WANTED A young man who can oome wall recommended, ia mercantile estab lishment in tlti city. Every facility fur progreaa will bo offend to the right man. Any high salaried, not dmacd man aM not apply, ,A-usa Box 13r.. ' mariTo WANTED Six Good Basters to work for a Sewing Merrilne. '.Apply at III Mound street, Iwt. Seventh and Eighth streets. n.arln- WANTED A half grown Girl to taka rare of children. Apply at the Looking niaaa Store, No. East fourth street, or to IVt Went Court street, marta-ll COOK WANTED At Mrs. Johnson's Res taurant and tee Cream Saloon. None bntanrst rate cook, who can oome well recommended, need op ply. ( arlfi-b) 120 Went Fourth St. WANTED GIRL To do housework and assist at eaokinf. One who caa coma well recommended may apply at 123 West Fuurth Street, marlft-b MBS. W. J. JOHNSON. WANTED TO KENT By a young jren tleman,a "Furnished Bed-Room, by the month, twit. Third and Eighth, and Broadway and Vine .in. Addreea, stating location, terms, Ac, "JAMISON," at this office. marls-fl WANTED BOOK-BINDER An honest, Industrious, Boher man. that can bind well, rule well, make pood blank work, can vet a portlier, ship where he can make money. Nocapital required. i incinnau rewrenoes requirea. Auuress, " a l, ti lt A N," ClrcleTillo, Ohio. marl6-.1t w ANTED A purchaser for a Top Buggy ana Harness, inquire at no. ui ivenioi. atreet. WANTED. Reader! if you are in want of any kind of work or information, or If you wish to aire good help, mala or female, apply at A. D. J ARSON'S Cincinnati Agency Office, No. SM Wewtem Kow. 386 ANTED HELP IMMEDIATELY One clerk; three or fonr young- men to travel; any quantity of farm hands, and aix or aeren gills, for arloiis situations in city and conntrv. Apply at niy Oeneral Information and Agrney Office, No. 91 Western Kow. (.189) A. D. CARSON. FOR SALE. IOR SAUE-Manafaeturing Business for v ale for HMO, In the heart of the city. Reasons and refcreiroee riven. Appoint meeting to-day. Ad drees PER., I flag, Poet 0rB.. marl7-Z FOR SALE Tool Chest and a complete set of Toola, aultable for a carpenter or pattern ma ker. Iiim u i re at 3 Vine street. niarlO-ci FOR SALE BAND-BOX MACHINE W hich has been run about one year. Inquire at P. B. Jordan's Paper- Boa factory, South-east corner Fifth and Main streets. 312 FOUND. KEY FOUND. A larga Brass Key at Lewi a Toeapot's Berber Shop, which the owner caa hare at the Press Office by describing and paying coat of advertisement. LOST. OST A Breast-Pin, with painting of a child, snrronnded with green and whit sots. I 00 reward will be given if left at No. 44 West 8ev anth street. marl7-! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Preserve you p Metal Roors, , , Stop yonr Leaky Roofs, Aud Protect your Property, by using SALTONSTALL'S WATER AND FIRE PROOF, ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC O .T 1 3kT Gr FOR ROOFS. The Chaapeat and most Durable COATING for Metal or Canvas Roofs ever used. IT WILL EFFECTUALLY RESIST THE action of Sulphuric and other acids, to destruc tive to all . ; . Metal or Composition Roofs, And la Warranted to withstand the Se verest teat of the Heat, Cold, or Rain of any Climate,' and remain perfectly impervlona to water. It will not crack by the expanaiou and contraction of Metals, or from the effects of frost. It is not affaoted liy tht most intense heat from the sou, and water can uot penetrate it, even br contin ual exposure. It entirely prevent oxydization. Metals once coated with it can not absorb moisture, whicli removes the true cause of corrosion or rust. Examine aud see if yonr interest will not be promo ted by giving it a trial. WRights Tor sale In' many of the Western and all of the Southern BUtes, except Maryland. ,.. Sole Proprietors and Manufactured T0nlcfli West Jourth Street, 2d Floor. Manufactory He George St., Cincinnati, Ohio. marle-M" REMOVAL OSCAMP k BRO., Impor ters and Wholesale Dealers In Watches, Jew elry, Clocks, Watch Materials, Toole, Plated Ware, etc., have removed to No. KM Main street. - Watches and Jewelry svpah-sd a ad warranted. mar lt-am M. 'ctJioroH. aoasar st'ocixocoa. J. M. McCULLOUGH & SON, WHOLXLALB D1ALXKS ! GARDEN AND FARM I.MPLEMEJIT8 AND - MACHINES, Garderi.Tiold and Flower Seed, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, 300 Main street, and Vo. i East Fifth straet, . 21 CINCINNATI, O. NCHSKIIT and 8EKP fAHM. PLEABAKT BIDQU. prop. jr. c. ZAcnos;r .' IS8TBUCT0B IN ' ' 1 ELOCUTION, RHETORIC, LOGIC, . 1 7 ".,,.' AND TBI ' English BeUei lUret. The Lessons kavs been prepared with great care . and study, and an adapted to private pupils or adult Vss.as.-FoT a llmiteu number of lessons, One Dol. lar a lesson. .LTuw7k0T.,,T,,.co,t deed's Book Bt'oro, o. 28 West lonrlh street. , . Six Per Cent., and the Reason! I MANUFACTURE CARRIAGES OP EV EHY description at my Manufactory, on Kim, be. ween Fourth and Fifth streets, opposite I. Golden's Kakery, In Pleasant Court. I ask of no nun more ,har"VTSS"'i: hnco.H the reason Is, I alwavs sell for C A8H. Orders from dealers in Carriages soli cited at the above rates and terms. 333 J. K. HPMTINGTOW. Jl. 1'ENGFER, Druggist and riiarmaccutlst, N. lijoi. TBIBO Afrn BACK 8TB., Cincinnati, Ohio. n KAnorscTcata ass tarearsa or P A. PIJ Ml,, MIA X Ci I ap ' No. 84 Main Sirttt,' , 1 1 6ne, doar above fear CJasianatl. '( j ' ' :'; jUtLAif 4 ,WILLUMSON: (At the ekt stand of Pullan, UatlUld Brown,) WHOLESALE GROCERS, ' ' Ho. WBT BEUOKD BT., .. . .. ' ' - "" eixciKKsn. I jossra ri'LA, formerly of fllB, UaUfteld t Broa-u wa.a. wii.Li.auiua.' ili'i.) T " j J f, Tyo THE PUBLIC. I HAVE COMMKNCETi ' BUSINESS' M. KO. Tw WKCT THIRD WTBKKT, aad am naM mut .... ...I.I:.. ...I.I. a , AT pee k - w w , ui puuiii win, ursi rule einiert unit urnke f:l..lh... I.. am!.. In I...-. ... i , ' A V. TUOJsfoOK Biarli-lw 1 test LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS. Three Days Later from Europe. Arrival the City of Washington. War Rumors More Threatening. Nsw York. Maroh 18. The steauisbiD City of Wasnington, with dates from Liverpool to the 24 1nst.. throe days Uteri Das amvea at this port. The steamship Asia arrived on the 27th ult. There was less confidence in the preservation of peace than when the Arabia sailed on the JOln ult. It is confirmed that the Pope Invites the withdrawal of the French and Austrian troona from Rome. It is not known how these powers will act. The rumors of approaching war continue. Urkat IIritaix. Lord Cowley lias reached Vienna, and had an interview with the Em peror. Me. D'lxraeli has introduced a Reform Bill which confers the elective franchise upon all members ot me joarnca proiessions, ana to parties having small investments in the funds and savings' banks. The bill is strongly attacked by the Reform ers, but a large meeting of the Conservative members was held at Lord Derby's, at which two hundred pledged themselves to give It their unanimous support. At this meeting Lord Derby stated that u on the second reading, or upon any of the main elanses of the bill in committee, .they found themselves in a minority, he should unhesita tingly advise the qnestion to dissolve the Par liament. . This is considered as a challenge to Lord John Russell. Messrs. Walpole, Home Secretary, and Den ley, President of the Board of Trade, have re tired Irom the Cabinet on account of differences of opinion In relation to the Reform Bill. Mr. Botheron Estoourt succeeds the former, and Lord Donouchmore the latter. Lord March re places Mr. Estoourt as President of tho Poor Law Bonrd. Rumors prevail of further secessions from the Cabinet, including the Earl of Salisbury and Mr. Amderslcy. The British exports show an enormous in crease over last year. France. It is explained that the ground for supposing that the French and Austrians will evacuate the Papal States, is only betause the Pope has invited them to leave. Nothing has transpired to indicate how either power will proceed, but the rumors at Paris say that tho French will withdraw. . The war preparations continued with much activity, and the Funds, which were so buoyant at the sailing of tho Arabia, on the 28th ult, had become decreased. The French three ner cents closed at 67f. 50o. The latest Paris letters sav that the chance of war fever is reported to run high in Germany. Advices from Rio de Janeiro to the 7th ult., had been received at Lisbon. President Lopes, of Paraguay, had accepted the proffered me diation ot ine Brazilian uovernment, in rela tion to the diQiculties with the United States. The Calcutta mail of January 22d. with China advices to January 16th, had reached itngiana. - 1 Private letters confirm the complete pacifi cation of Oude. Lord Elgin's expedition up Yangtse-Kiang extended as far as Hong-Kong, and is reported as successful. The United States steamer Powhattan was at Hong-Kong. The Mississippi was In Canton River. From Washington. Washington, March 16. A comnlaint has been lodged at the State Department, against the British Consul at Galveston. In November, the American shin Thomas Watson, of New York, cleared with a cargo of oonon lor liiverpooi. ine uonsul relused to certify to the bill of health riven by the Col lector of that port. In consequence, the ves sel was detained five days, and narrowly es caped shipwreck. The allegation is that the Consul was actuated by a feeling of petty mal ice ana revenge, owing 10 tno attachment of the British schooner Commerce by the owners of the Watson, for damages done in port dur ing a "nortner, ny tne lormer, which vessel was. consigned to the British Consul. The owners of the Watson have preferred a claim of $10,000 against the British Government. - ; It is ascertained that the Post-office Depart ment, at the end of the present fiscal year. (June 30,) will be (4,500,000 in arrears. it was decided nnantmouBly that an extra session of Congress is necessary, but the time of its meeting was not fixed upon. That ques tion will be decided in a day or two, and it is believed that Congress will be called to meet about the middle of August. ine brand Jury or Washington has found a true bill of indictment aeainst Daniel E. Sickles tor murder. . The jury has not yet de cided respecting Mr. Butterworth's complicity in the homicide of Key. The Seoretaryfof the Treasury has annrovad the following: grant of nublic lands under aMa of Congress: For the Dubuque and Pacific Rail road and branch, 1,152,139 acres; for the Iowa Central Air-line Railroad, 631,139 acres; and tor tna anausaippi ; ana . Aluttouri Railroad, 033,101 acres. . juatung an aggregate of nearly 2,137,000 acresf also Jg4,525 acres to the Ala bama and Florida Railroad, in Alabama, to the State and Company. From Kansas. Citt. March IK T 11 ilia ita of Doy and bis son, who were abducted from Kansas into Missouri, charged with aiding in the escape of slaves, a charge of venire has been' sranted. and the trial transferred to Kt J oseph. Dates from the gold mines to Fobruary 13 have been received. The account continue flat Urine.. The rush toward ViW. P..U k. fairly commenced. Seven largo companies left here yesterday. Emigrants arrive daily by the hundreds. , From Boston. children f lUman Catholic parent, attending tuo AiiiuLL-Bireet pcuooi in ims city, caused quit a disturbance bj refusing to join In chant- uig p.uv uufu 4 x r&jer ana in ien vominana- moiitA. In annfnrmitv with rVi. v1a. nf V. D..U lie Schools. A large number bad been dis missed la consequence. . . i On Monday evening tho Resin Oil Factory of A. W. Trowbrldtra k. Cn.: at. Vn runt.. was destroyed by fire. The loss is estimated ai ao.vvv.' Railroad Convention. lkrrALO, March 16. The Railroad Conven tion assembled here to-day; furty-six roads re presented. Orrin Follett, of. the Sandusky A Cincinnati Road, elected President) Lafayette Deyenny, of the Pittsburg, Columbus A Cincin nati Road, and J. B.Anderson, of the Ft. Wayne Roed, appointed Secretaries. A committee was appointed to prepare a now time table. A to my-time It expected at the evening session From Toronto. 1 'oronto, March 16. The Collingswood har hof is entirely clear of ice, and active prepara tions are being made for starting the line of ste amen between there and Chicago. Steam er, are being fitted out for the regular lines to Li ke Superior, Bruce. Mines, eto. , . , ; .large quantities of ice are still In the bar bo ' at Kingston, but la broken up, and will be a ried off ny the first wind. The Southern Pacific Railroads. blKW OxLRAKg. March 16 The sala nf ll.a Pi cific railway has been postponed. The old Ctuipany i gauiUg ouafidenee. , The new C. uipapj has been attached for the debt. . : 1 River News. I'tTTHMtao,' March 16 Rivor. unchanged lboo noon, weather clear. No arrivals siuce noon. Departed Moderator for St. Paul aud Daootah for Keokuk. Cincinnati Produce Market. WEDNESDAY EVENING, March 16. was some err to-dar, and nlxmt threo orfuiirth..a.an.l tairrels audi, vr liu'lurstanil, for April, at rates kept private, tho.iKll Imlnw 1 .-, m. About (tno brla. extra sold at W fir. u Ma barrels were received tha last twcnly-fuur hours. .. WHfHKY-A t'HMl drfnsnri at Aill rates; sales of 1,4") brls. at litfijsXo., tha latter rate for wagon; too brla. 4.1 A. P. sold at 244c, PRO VISIONS Th.re waa an Improved il-n.sn.l for mess Pork to-day, and s;oo.l brands sold at 17 7.V, 70 brls. city brand sold at SIS. 200.OUO II. bulk Bides sold at SKo., delivered. Tho averago was 94 Hw. Nothing transpired In Macon or Lard. OKoOEItlnA-A fair demand for H.urar, wl;h sales ol 100 hh.ls. at frV$7'c. Molnsses steady, with sales at S."ic. Coffee firm; let. hag sold at 2'4c. WIIRAT The market continue firm, with an ac tive demand for all grade at full price; wl 1,110 bush, strictly prime White at $1 ft: Z'4)do. prime do., in Covington, at Jl 4.1 : ' do. Red, in Cnviiigton, at 51 :; 3011 ilu. prime Whim at 1 4; .vindo. do. do. at Jl 4S: 8'A', dn. Koo.l do. at f I 4o, and MM do. Red at II ri.-. l.nnodn. fair White at tl 40. CORN There Is no cliantre In tho market for this article. The demand is moderate, and prices tui chnnged: sales fiou bush, at 77c. llAKl.KY Tho market Is steady and nnrhaunod; sales vt Lush, prime Kail at 70c. OATS There Is a fair demand, tlioush prices have declined lc; sales tksi bush, at dir., aud 7uu do. at a:'c. SKKHb-The innrket for Clover Is rather dull, tl.oufth prices are without quotable channel sales 7U brls. at Irt U. River Intelligence. The rlrer at this point has fallen about sla Inches since our last report, and Is still falling slowly. Tito weather during tho day has boon very mild and pleasant. Our wharf is in a fine stato for receiv ing and discharging freight. Tho only reason we can assign for this is, that wo have got tho right nan for Wharfmastor, to which fact every ono who knows John Baker will testify. Business on the Leveo was only moderately active yesterday. Wo have no change to note in freight for up river ports. Steam ers for St. I.ouis wore doing a lively business yester day, and If our Inatmrn do not ninko money this season, it Is our opinion they never will. In conse quence of the heavy tunnago In port for New Orleans, the rates of freight to that point are declining very rapidly. Fbeiohts. Quotations are firm at the following rates: FlTTsai'Rn. Cotton, BOc.; Molasses, Suc. Whisky, 4nn.; Flour, 2V. ; Pork aud Lard, M.; Pound freight, 12s16e. per limlbs. Kashvili.k. Whisky, 40e. perbrl.j Ale, 15c.; Pound Freights, aKfli2.v. por hundred. St. Lovis. Heavy round Freights, 20c. per inn; Whisky aud Oil, 50c. per brl.; Stoves, 2.': Ale, 3.y 4(ic per brl. To Kvansville Whisky and Oil, 40c. To Cairo Whisky and Oil, 40c.; Pound Freights, 2u23c. per brl. New Orlkaxs. Whisky 40c.; Pork, 3rtc.; Flour, 25c.) Uacon, &c, l.i20c. per hundred; Horses tlOper bead. The A. W, Quariier came in from Kanawha with 900 brls. salt, for this port. The Ohio Mo. 3 was tho only arrival from above to-day. Slio had a fair trip of freight, and was crowded with passengers. The Aurora arrived from New Orleans with 730 hh.ls. of Sngar, and 400 brls. of Molasses for this port. The Parkrraburg left for Parkersburg with a fair trip. Tho Economy, to Pittsburg, took on 300 brls. flour at West's Mills. The J. W. Cheesman loft for Mt. Louis with a splendid trip of freight and people. The Light foot got off for Nashville loaded deep. Bhe had on board thirty head horses for the South. The steamers Orb aud Ilazel Dell aro duo hero from above, and tho Ohio Hello, Vixen, Iowa, Mariner and W. I. Maclay from below. By special dispatch from Pittsburg, wo learn that the river is stationary, with nine feet eight inches water iu the channel. The Belmont had arrived, and tho Commodore Porry and Koy West bad departed. The steamers Choctaw, Josso K.Bell, Muria Denning Fairchlld and Eclipso, had arrived at New Orleans on the 15th, and the Diana departed. The Endeavor has got off the rocks at Corn Island. Tho river was rising at Louisville, yesterday, with nluc feet water in the canal, and seven foot water In the pass. The Memphis Bulletin of Sunday says : Business at tho levee yesterday was not active. The Belfast left in the evening with only 675 bales of cot ton. Tho Choctaw had about 1,601), taken at 79 cents per bale. The Louisville Courier of yesterday has the follow ing: We learn that while Mr. Frank Matheny, of this city, pilot on the N. W. Thomas, was asleep in his berth, at Cincinnati, ho waa attacked by two men, one of whom at ruck him with an iron poker. He was very seriously wounded, though luckily not crippled. We did not hear the names of the men, but believe STEAMERS LEAVING TO-DAY. Tho James Wood, Captain Herdiuan, leave for Pittsburg at 4 P. M. to.duy. Tho regular Thursday packet Ohio No. 3, Captain Blagg, leaves for Marietta at a r. M. to-day. Clerk Heisuer will provi.lo com fortable rooms for passengers. The splendid Bostoua, Captain W. McLafu, leaves for Portsmouth at 12 m. to-day with the mail. Tbe fine passenger packet Freestone, Captain Whipps, leaves for Maysville at noon to-day, from the foot of Main street. That pop ular gentleman II. C. Bruce is in tha office. The Lan caster, Captain John Connor, another flue steamer, leaves for Maysville at thesame hour. Clerks Jenklus and White will make passengers at home In her neat cabin. The Telegraph, Captain Hildreth, is the mail boat for Louisville to-day at 12 at. Tho Kentucky, Captain David, leaves for Madison at the same hour. Ben Taylor tickets passengers to Indianapolis, S3, The Martha Putnam Is the first boat for St. Louis in the Express line. Captain Jewell ia in command, and his brother in the office. The Persia, Jacob Trabcr aad Prairie Rose, are also announced for St. Louis. Captuin Timuians Is loading the Eolian for the Upper Mississippi. The Prima Donna is the only boat loading for the Missouri River. Tbe fine pas senger packet Hudson, Captain Rl.lenour, will leave for Nashville at noon to-day. Clerk Dovinny will at tend to bis duties without fear or furor. The Cone wago is also announced for Nashville to-day. The Grapeshot, Captain Chapman, and the Resolute, Cap tain Bngber, are loading for Arkansas River. The splendid steamer (ileudale, Captain Bugher, will leave for Memphis to-day at four r. M. No steamer on the Western waters has a better reputation for sumptuous fare and fast traveling than the Ulendalo. The Madison, Captain Hoople, leaves for New Orleans this ovenlng. Tho Queen City, Captain Noal, with Messrs. Reynold A Irw in In the office, will also leave for New Orleans this evening at four r. M. STEAMBOAT REGISTER. Aerivals. Jacob Htrailer, Louisville: A. W. Quar rier. Kanawha; Caledonia, Mavavillc; Forest Queen, Madisou; Aurora, New Orleans; Ohio No. 3, Mari etta. DltPAKTI'srs. T.lffhtfnot. Naahvtlln; Jr tt.,lAr Louisville: Caledonia. SlRVMVillA: Vomnt Uopfn. Ma,l. isouj Parkersbnrg, Parkersburg; J. WiX'heesnian, St. Louis; Kcouomy, Pittsburg; A. W. Quarrier, Ka- ' I9 my Patrons and the Public! TESIRINf TO RETURN MY GRATE- -aa-a" s uL. acknowledgments for past favors. I take this occasion to say that no effort shall bo wantingon my part to merit a continuance, and meet the de mands of my patrons for the approaching season. I shall continue to confine myself to a strictly retail irauv iu ine ujier graues ui HATS AND CAPS. giving much attention to designing now styles, and securing the latest New York and Paris productions. 1 snail, as nereioiore. 00 supplied with Centlemens' Dress Hats from the three leading New York hatters, viz: "Cenln," "Leury A Co.," aud " Been 4 Co." Our own styles of Hres Hat will bo issued early In March, and will, we trust, meet the approval ef gen tlemeu of taste. 8. C. KB WIN, 1 1 Hatter aud Furrier, 17 No. 149 Main street, below Fourth. WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION of Artists, Merchants, Teacb.Ts, Connoisours and Dealers generally, to the following: ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Entjravitijji, frumintj of Every Description, Stereoscopes and Views, P0TICTB0MANIA4DHAPHANIA MATERIALS GRECIAN PAINTING. ST Teachers, Seminaries and Dealers supnllefl at f,.."."ri d'"fnt. RAILROAD MEN and MKK CHANTS will please note our prices for Framing Cards, stc., by the quantity. , . A. P. O. BONTH ft CO. ' 63 184 Walnut and VI Third b'reet. JOSEPH WILSON, .... ', 1 t . DIALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, I TUNE TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR, ETC., u ' ii?1 '.''.''.'"'"P p,lim Western Ruw.'Clncinuatl, Ohio warranted. ' Flour by th barrel or aack, MS Money! Money! Money! f"TEW PAWNBROKER'S OF.'ICE. TUB i" citizensof Cincinnati are reanoctrullr informed. together with tboMiif the vicinity, that thare is an office opened at MHIith street, between Walnut and 'Vine, for artiule nut in nledga. uiw,u wtti,.!! .,,. will be loaned at low rates ol luterost. Valuables of every ueacr.iniun win oe receivoo, ana transections upon tut luvsi awuiuiuvuaiing terms. Zie AUCTION SALES. BY JACOB GRAFF A CO. in suiV - t Valuable Property 'on tfesterh. 1 Store and 11 welling. ' ' On Friday Afternoon, March 18, ,41 1 O'CLOCK, WILL BE SOLD AT . aV. auction, on tho premises, on tha west side of Western Row, third house north of Richmond street, A Store and Dwelling, with Lot !7fnot A inches front by 84 feet deep, having an outlet into Richmond street. The building is of modern style, will, a store 70 feet deep, and a dwell ing of eleven rooma, and Is a vory Jesiral.le prop Terms of Knlr. One-third rash, balance in ono and two years, with S per cent. Interest, secured bv inortgno on the premises. Tltlo indisputable and sale positive. N. B. Immediately after the sale of the house and lot, the counter and shelving will be sold for rash. JAOOD CRArr, Auctioneer, mnr17-l No. Is Rast Fourth M. AUOTI A LARGE STOCK OF JEWELRY . And Fancy Goods WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ON HATVRIIAY KVENINO, 191b Inst., at 1PH Fifth street. Pale will rontinuo until tho whole stock is sold. WOODUCFF, mar!7 Auctioneer. BY JACOB GRAFF & CO. LARGE SAL.E OF ITALIAN GOODS Imported by Sip. G. U. raiitlolfini. WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION, ON WKDNBSDAY KVKNINO, March 16th, at 7 o'clock, at our Salesroom, No. IS Kaat Fuurth St., between Main and Sycamore, TEN CASES OF MARBLE AND ALABAS TER WORKS OF ART, Imported from Italy, roinprising Agate, Bardiglio. Youow of Sienna, Etruscan. Medici, Hebe and Roman Vases; Tazas, Opeu Work Vasos, Cad Re ceiver, Paper Weights: Figures of Bacchus, Venus and Cupid: Dancing Oirls, Diana, Innocence, Fidel ity; Four Italian Poets, Ac.; China Vasos, do. Card Boskets, do. Colognes, Terra Cotta Goods, Parian Pitchers. Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Glass Fruit Bowls, do. Preserves, Celeries, Goblets, Tumblers, Egg Glasses, etc. -ALSO- Tlio balance of the China Goods consigned to Mr. Desilver, consisting of Largo Vasos, Small do., Ladies' vory Handsome Work Tables, Work Boxes, Tea Caddies. Cabinet Chessmen, Toarl Whist-Counters, Ivory Tablets, Chop Sticks, Ac. -AL80- One large Case, containing 36 Staffed Birds. T-Thls is very large sale, and will be ronlluued on THURSDAY AFTKRNOON, at o'clock, and In the Evening, at 7 o'clock. JT" The Goods can he examined ou Tuesday and Wednesday, up to the timo of sale. N. B. Our orders are to close out every article. JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer, marlil-lt No. IS East Fourth stront. BY KELLOGG A WILLIAMS. Bales Rooms, 22 and 24 East Third Street. Special and Peremptory Sale of Stanonable SUiple and Fancy Dry Good, Spring and Summer Clot hi ny, Carpeting, Table and Pocket Cutlery, tic, at Auction, in liberal Lote to the Trade, to cluie Uontignmentt. W1 E WILL SELL ON FRIDAY MORN ING. Maroh IS. at a o clock, without anv reserve, for Coeh, Cloths, Caaairaere, Satinets, Jeans, Lusters.Ginghanis, Brown and Bleached Muslin, Irish Poplina, Super Brown and Bleached Linen, Table Cloths, Napkins, Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Black and Fancy Dress Silks, Italian Silk Cravats, Super Irish Linens, Hosiery, And a general variety of Notions. ALSO, WITHOUT ANY RESERVE, ' 17 pieces super English Brussels Carpeting; 20 do. Three-ply and super Ingraiu do.; 20 do. Uerap Stair and Hall do. ALSO, FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONOKBN, 32.1 Tweed, Alpacca, and Linen Coats: .170 rair Satinet, Jeans, Luster and Linen Pants; dn Silk, Hatiu, Linen, Marseilles aud other Vests; 30 doz. White and Colored Sbiits. ALSO 4.1 gross assorted Table Cutlery; 'JO dor.. Carvers and Forks; 16 doz. aasorted Butchers' Stools; 4J doz. Pocket Cutlery and Razors. ALSO Silver-plated Britannia Ware. KELLOQQ WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. BY COOPER tc STOKES. Beautiful Building Lot on Dayton 8t. At Auction. Ou Thursday Afternoon, March ITth, At 3 o'clock, will bo sold at auction, on the prem ises, a large and benutiful lot of ground on tho north side of Daytou street, 12.", foot east of Freeman street, being 65 feet front on Dayton street, by IM feet deep too 20 foot street. The size and lociitiou of this lot make it a very desirable one for a good dwelling house. It will be sold together or divided. Terms -One-third cash; balance In one nnd two years, with six per cent, interest, secured by mort gage; 3t D. W. WRIGHT, General Auctioneer, Sales Room No. 11 East Third St. CASH ADVANCED ON GOODS LEFT for sals. 8uls?i attended in citv or conntrv fni mud era te cumoiiMiona. iuarl7t BHOWN c5 OO. FURNISHING GOODS FOR THE MILLION. The City Hosiery Store Has lust opened and Is still receiving Furnishing Goods, of every description, for Ladies, ;ents auu unu.iren at tue oia estauiunea Hosiery r lanu. No. 13 Fifth St., bet. Mailt & Walnut. HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENT,?, THEATRICAL TIGHTS, GENTS' SUPER Sill UTS, aud ; ' COLLARS AND CBAVATd, Warranted to equal, If not excel, any thing extant. French. Kid and Silk Gloves, Wltb a full assortment of FANCY aOODS belouglag to the Trade. 83 J. H. IIOLMES. A CARD. ftMie SUBSCRIBERS BKU LKAVK TO call the attention of the public to the fact that they keep none but the best of goods In their line, se lected with great care aud front the best markets. Their long experience In publie life eminently fit them for caterers to the public taste, and all they aik is a trial to give them a verdict of unanimous ap proval. . . E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN, SVO Burnct-House Buildings, Wholesale and Retail Dealers Iu Wines, Brandies, Lluors, Cigars, Teas; ftc.,Ac. 1 1 16 Get Yonr. Stitching; Done At No. M West Fourth St., aud test tbe quality ol GEO. It. GLOAT A t'O.'S , ' ' ' FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. 2M PM4C" AND tw. STEAMBOATS. I Merchants' Independent Lino.) . fO MEW ORLEANS. . T.o steamer QUEEN CITV, Copt, m . tP" a Keal, will learo on THIS DAY, 0icJC4SSsC 17th lpst., at 10 AVM. I lty i n a (JO. FOB LITTLE ROCK, VAN Bl BEN A FtT7imTti7. in steamer Hr,r.'M ii,, nugner, m - tt master, will leave TUIS DAY, 17th,w2 Inst., at 4 P.M. IlfVtTSt FOR HICKMAN AND MEMPHIS. ninnAn Anv a.ini BID, ier GLENDAI.E. Captain . ffs II leave on THCnbDA Y,mSS I., at 4 P.M. 1 ft VtTK cf The steamer . Higher, will tne iitn mm,, FOR 8T. LOIIS AND KEOKUK. Thn steamer MARTHA PUTNAM, w dF0ZLi Captain Jeuell.willlrarenn T 11 U RS -lB'-1 .i3j5aja DA V, the 17th Inst., at i P. M. 1 HWIN ACQ. Mor.1. ants' Independent Line.) FOR NEW ORLEANS. nirntin i . it ri . l .n i fj h . I .in. pr - W V' i. .i ii uiirrbhi v r.i-tT the l'.'th, at 4 P. M. iiiiniumu, ii, ii-i, .null Drti v ni't I i, Jl It FOR WHKKLINO AND P1TT8BU1W. The steamer AURORA, Capt. Hloan, will leave ou SATURDAY, I'.th inst... at 4 P. M. IIHV FOR NEW ORLEANS. The steamer VNIVEBSK, Captain - afP'Js, Kteln, will h ave on 8ATI H1A V, l!'tlitli?'!i3SpC Inst., at I IVM. I rnvfS FOR ST. LOUIS A MISSOURI RIVER. The steamer PRIMA DONNA, dpt. Ford, will leave on FRIDAY, the I .Ml. Inst., at 4 P. M. lit FOR CLARKSVILLE AND NASHVILLE. Hteamer KATE FRENCH, Caffrie, ;ICJt master, will leave as alove on i-AT-J jwsn.- URDAY, I'.ith Inst.,et4 P. M. BROWNE A LUDLOW, jMVatt r street FOR WHEELING AND PITTsBURO Th steamer JAMES WOOD, Cant, m-i; nerdman. will IrateasabovoonTulSrW&i DAI, ITttl Mist., at 4 P.M. BROWNE A LUDLOW, Water street. FOR NASHVILLE. The steamer CONEWAOO, Capt. - . tII '" I fr-ncer, will leave on THURSDAY, Kj-'Sia the 17th inst.,' at I2M. BROWNE A LTW.iiW, .1 Water street. FOR NASHVILLE. Pteanior WENONA, Barclay, master, rU " s will leave SATURDAY, 'rnh Inst., atJasSSSvC 4 P.M. BROWNE A LTD Low" Bl.er street. FOR ST. LOUIS AND MISSOURI RIVER- Tho steamer PRIMA DONNA, Capt. . rora, win leavoas above. on batl h-, ai a x , r..tn mst.. hi s r. xii BROWNE A LUDLOW, 3 Wstor street. FOR GALENA, DUBUQUE, ST. PAUL AND MIN NESOTA, ltlVEIt. Steamer EOLTON.TImmars, master, , will liuive as above, on THIS DAT J 17th. ot 4 P. M. BROWNE A LI'IiTaA1 t s water street. FOR ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK. Steamer PRAIRIE ROSE, Fcnton, WjJCJN master, will leave as above, on BAT-jS L'RDAY, I'.ith. at 4 P. M. BROWNE A LUDLOW, .1 Water street. FOR ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK. Steamer MARTHA PUTNAM, Jew- - srli- It, ell. master, will leave as abovo ouL ti..Tn . v .... ,a.k t... ... . n t BROWNE A 'LUDLOW) 3 Water street. FOR CLARKSVILLE AND NASHVILLE. Steamer HUDSON, Capt. Hldcnonr, - - W7 m f will leave on THIS DAY, the 17tt.LugSSa Inst., at 10 A. H. A. D.SOHHAMS L'u., 23 Walnut street. FOR ST. LOUIS AND KEOKUK. Steamer MARTHA PUTNAM. ('apt. rL f,H,ii, 111 iritiu ui, o , n 1 ,tm the 19th inst.. at 4 P. M. A. D. SCHKA t v. ninut street. ,4 CCOMMOIJATION 1,1 E. CIN- -- c INNATI AND MAYSVILLE MAYSVILLE WJTS isenger steamers TSjii'i iff ! I'lliprs, Master, h aves Cliuln- PACKET. The fine passenger. FREESTONE. Jameh Whipps. HBli for Maysville every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat- uroay, at 12 m. tteturningon ulternatodavs. Freight received at all hours at Gllmore's Wharf, foot of Main street, by PHIL. COLBERT, - Agent. PEOPLE'S LINE, PI. Y I NO lr.TWF.l4 Cincinnati, New Richmond, Ripley and maysville LANCASTER, No. 3, Cat)t. - -ir- w from foot of Walnut street, TUESDA Y?l' HUR3D AY and SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock, M. The Lancaster has entered permanently in tho trade. For Freight or Paasage apply on board. GEO. B. NEAL. Forwarding & Commission Merchant And W barf-bost Proprietor, Parkersburg, Va. will give prompt attention to Consignments and Forwarding Freights in all diroctious. For through receipts to all points on tho Muskingum River by the Parkersburg packets, apply to 291 48 Public Landing. Cincinnati. RAILROADS. CHICAGO Great Western & Northwestern Route. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI Short-line R. R., via Lawrenceburg. Distance HO miles, and no change ot'eara Dciweeu vinrinnaii ana iniiauatills. Three Passcn-erTmltiHlcavn Cincinnati dilv. IHnn days excepted,) from the foot of Mill and Front streets as follows: First TBAiif. A. M. Chicago and Terre Haute Day Express Through to Terre HhiiIo, Lafnyetteand Chicago, with but one change of cars. 8f.(xkdTa1n,4:4.'P. M, Accommodation The4:4S P. M. train arrives in Indianapolis at 10:10 P. M. Tman Tbain Chicago and Terre Haute Night Ex press 8 P. M. Arrives at Indianapolis at 1 A. H. This train rune through from Cincinnati to Chicago, with but one change uf cars. me aoove trains make Close connections at ' Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chicago. WITH TRAT7CH FOR . Terre name, Lafavetto. BpriugneKi, Rock Island, Galcsl.urg, Kenosha, Mattnon, Jacksonville, Danville, Burling)..-, Milwaukee, Fana, Peoria, Diinleith, Naples, ua alena, Quincy, . . . iiacino, Prairie du Chleu, Decatur, Hlnomln-tnn. .luiia. Lssalle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the floroi-wm.. Connections are alse made at Indianapolis willi the rem nuu luuot.iapoiia Jianroau lor IVOKOmo. I'Sl'U, uugnnniviil run iajii luieuu ii,i wi n.l I . Be sure roil are in the ri.lit TickMt nmr hnfovA yuu purcnaae our ucaei, anu OSK tor ticaets Via LawrencebuTg. Ifll Vfnn IJ T IPV LW . I all a. in.nnin, nutm until ummi, rany Mt) naa At the 1 11 fun Ticket OfHrea, north-went corner BruHtj wty Htid Front trwt, wlinre all nM-6eMnry luft.rnimiun can behnd. A. HAMILTON, Ticket Agent. WM. M. STARK, Ticket Agent. Alsoat the Walnut Htreet House. Office hours from 4 A. M. to 9 P. M. H. C. LORD, President. 318 W, H. L. NOBLE, Ueneral Ticket Agent. Short-line R. R., via Lawrenceburg. Cincinnati, Richmond & MR. INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. Gi'eat Tln-ouli Itovite for inuiAnAi'tii.iD, TKRHK HAUTE, BT. LOU 1 8, LAFAYETTK, CUICAnO, LOOANHPOKT, PERU. FORT WAVKE TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leave Hixth stmt j.enoi, i.ba. Jn. ann s:jo r. ni. A A. M -INMANAI'OI.IH. KT. l.OI.IH ( HlfA GO FAHT EXPRKKH. Tl rough direct, making close ennneotions for all other Western and North-western points. This Traill also connects ut Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Bowls, for Anderson, Kol.o. mo, Logausport, aud all points on Wabash Valley 4:30 P. M.-INDIANArOU, CHICAGO A BT, LOUI8NICHT KXPREStt.-TI.e above Trains mak close conuectioiii at Indiananolis, Liifayetteanrichi. rago, with Trains lor Torre Haute, Hprfiigtleld, Rock Island. Galesbura. Kenona. La (Vonu,: .lik.,,.iii n.. ........ it. . ...... ....... in . . '"v. j'niif iiiu, ,ui tingi''.., lUiin.iKHee, JUHTTOOU, iSapiCS, Galena, Qiiinc.y. Tiairie du Clilen, Paso. Peoria puulelth, Racine, DerAtiir, Bloomington, Jollct, La Balle.ht. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North- --Through TlckeU given aud Baggage checked For further information and Thmn.h TlcW-.an. ply to Ticket Ofticea. north-east corner of Front and Bnoadwayj o. 169 Walnut street, naar Fourth; at south-east comer of Fourth and Viu. street, or at , u. ou. iu vii vC mipvi, fl M MnVRfUV il...vl.,.nitnt Omnibuses will call for naasongera by leaving their .'. viiui;, vi tue iicaei iinic.N. 13e W. U. -M1TH, Agent, $400, $0.O, $700, $000. Prices of our complete Grinding and Bolting Mills can ba seen runnlna at Factnrv. W. W.11AM-K AOO.,i M. X. Cor. Bocoud st. and Western Bcw. 361X SEWING MACHINES. m;iii! m;hi; SEWING MACHINES. KELSEY & CO'S. KELSEY & CO'S. KELSEY & CO'S. The Ilest jllachine. The Ilc.t ITlachinc. The Ilest machine. Call and See It, Call and 8ec It, Call and See It, at mh HO, AT NO. ao. at r-o. ao, AT NO. 30, WEST 4TII 8T. WEST 4TII 8T. WEST 4T1I ST. WEST 4TU ST. D. W. HARRINGTON & CO.. 3B2 Aceute. GR0VEE & BAKES, Family ScMiiiff ITlachinc, 58 West Fourth St., Cincinnati. A Now Style 'Price, $50. riHIS MACHINE is a great Improvement L upon all previous machlnea for family use. and is adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobblnet lace up to ten thicknessof broadcloth. Local Agents wanted In every county In th. Union. 1.12 SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. No. 8 East Fourth St., Cincinnati. SINGER CO.'S SEWING MACHINES, for the past 7 years, have atoadily maintained their position as tho most durable, best, and the only machines which are adapted to all description, of work, coorso or fine; aud are now extensively knowa appreciated, and very profitably used, in all descrip tions of manufacturing of whicu sewing forms any portion. Singer's New Family Sewing Machine! Price, 50 to 75 Dollar; A reliable Hewlnff Machine for femllv nurnoses. at a low price, bearing tho impress of the name, of the moat successful manufacturers in tha world, has long neenwameo. n cau now ue naa. These Machines have been arranged with full know ledge of the deferta of other Family Machines, and theso defects having been remedied or avoldod, thorn Machines will verv soon he as nomilar In the Family as our Manufacturing Machines now are In the work, shops throughout the world. An assortment of Machine Twist. Thread Cotton. Machine Needles, Ac. Kvery article connected with the Bewlus Machine Business cau always be found at this office. JAMES SKARDON, Agent for the State of Ohio. NEW YORK scwirvo rtiAciiiivc co. A Good Family Sewing Machine, Arranged to sew with Single aud Double Thread. 8ALE8-R00M, No. T BUR NET-HOUSE BUILDING, W. B. COLEMAN, Aokkt, 260 . CINCINNATI, O. HUNT, WEBSTER & CO.'S Improved Tight Stitch Sewing Machines. GREAT reduction In prices. Silver Medals awarded by the Viminia Htata Fair, Mechanics' fair In Balti more, and Massachusetts state Fair. Theso Machines will stitch, hem, fell, bind and gather. They make a strong lock stitch, that cannot bo ravelled or nulled out. Th.v make a beautiful. uniform stitch, alike on both sidesof the work, with out tormina riage. unaerneatn. The Machines have areat strnn-th. are werfectlr simple, and the management of them easily acquhqgd Any apoui oi vui.uu, mreau ur ana, may us ueeu wlthout re-winding. Hem Folders anu Binding Quagesnf Improved stylo and finish, acoompsnying each Machine. All Machines warranted, and full Instructions given to enable purchasers to use them satisfactorily. SJT Send for a Circular. G. C. KNIFF1N, Agent. No. 6 West Fourth street, over Beggs A Smith's Jew. elry Store, Cincinnati, Ohio. 189 GEORGE B. SL0AT & CO. MANVPACTUaEBS Elliptical Lock-Stitch & Improved-Shuttle SEWING MACHINES. PRICES, IM to 160 DOLLARS. Cincinnati Office, 52 West Fourth St. 13 FRANK 'HENRY, Aokkt. BARTHOLFS ; Manufacturing and Family Shuttle SEWING MACHINES, Principal Office, 480 Broadway, Jfev York. W Local Agents wsnted. Address box 2,841, P. O., i New York. opinions or rue ruses: "These machines make excellent work." N.T. Bun. 11 It is unquestionably one of the Itest.1' Courier. None can compete with them." N. Y. Leader. "No family should be without one." N. Y . Express. "They caunot be excelled." Abend Zeitung. "They aro superior in every respect." N.Y. Dem. "They aro desirable for family use." Ladies Visitor. " It doe. its work in a perfcet manner." Daybook. " iluve no superior." lierald. 131 Even's Variety Machine Works. SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR PATENTS, and every variety of light Machinery manufactured and repaired at P. JO VERS, Jr., No. 1ST , aiuiiv sireei, .iirciauau, Ullio. 260 KELSEY Si CO.'S TWO-THREAD. EI), KAHT-KTITCH BEWING MACHINES, especially suited to family use, and warranted equal in all respects to the best high-priced machines. Prices from f 2ft to I). W. HARRINGTON, Olll. e, No. WWest Fourth-st., Cincinnati, O. N. B. Application for Ageuck'sshould be sddraoMd toll. W. HAKKI NGTON CO.. box 1,31, Cincin nati, Ohio. Office, No. 30 West Fourth atreet. 24 SNOWDON & OTTE, 21 Wtit Vourtli Htreet BETWEEN MAIN AND WALNUT. WINDOW SHADES, CURTAINS, 8PRIN4! MATTRESSES, BEDDING, a. AC, 40. Table and Floor Oil-Clothi. SHADES OF ALL KINDS A PATTERNS Hade Olncrs. to order for Dwellings, Stores, Churches and GALVANIZED SHEET-IRON,, From No. 10 to No. SO Cagea, And all sixes in general use, for sale at UANUf AO-' ' ' TCKEUS' rUIOEB, by I . J JOS.W.WAIfJVE & 0.,(e Dealers xif JIardware and JVIetals, 1 No. 186 MAIN 'si'HEET, ' OPPOHITI Fl. TU-8TBEET MARKET BFACB. 8130, $176, 8335, Trices of our Portable rii Mill,' la strou, iron yr.-.sol.d. . ' 31 H N. K. Cor. Second st. aud WMtera Bow.'