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llTANTRn-A mniA iVwb W..h. fk..
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r NT ED-A fllrl to do jpnttriil hntimf
Ann ly ill the basement of lh chun k
rof Son rib and Main, myu-b
near th burner
V" 2r.A f""1' wolngl gentlemen,
nt llll p pleasant room, with good board
nt y ileorgc. Referenc rniri. myttv-h
Vn!fDr?.M"i,",, P"ntbl business,
uT.Th.i2 ?" ,"',loa Bdwy, from ItodP. U.
yANTBD-ro LUT-Or ar two 'rnffla. furl
hT. "l;';rd"rK;"f"fnihd,;o lady and gentle.
1X1 ,r'" aI" a5iki?, rS
V""' , myllM.'
W,rFl!rT,""?KR-T''''n who .
J , w"r tinning job-work. Ainu a bov
k!I rh-"f ' '.h" th. i Jist Jndft
'iinth-MiMt, tK Lock. Meiercucu rruukxl.
VIZ.FlP KI"nr,,',' '""" ta lind
. YmTB'.T'"!j.,t T"7 l"W prim, to oil Im.
n7i.'Vht,rr.''5r M'n- AnofhT Vbeti3
iI;LIT"'v'1 ihS b' npriH, direct from th.
iniportori, t hlf-bri.. niyz-.-b
1VA!TEIiA 0 1 B lt-0n or Aarrinu
. Pwrrcil, to do th houMwork for family
n.hiilr nnle (rum tlisoltr, iood wwnnil 4 i r-
WANTKW-A BOT-To Attend wUfbuntAla,
onj. who nndnntandn il biuiaiiM ami tZl
com. weu rocomai.ndod., ?pfJJ,!,Pw7
"VA11T,,-?0ARDI,'0-A tUma and
i.TT.i '"i,,? V" Pl'MMit front room, with
anl,at J4 (iharln-atmt, Ui'twiwn Kim and llom.
Al.. af.w aliujk) (ontlcm.il. Jh. bmtof ralpronoo
" ' myib'
WANTElV-llltl.Iltr-Htrlfk.ii by th. arrow
., . "f ml''tl"". "I'.onra tlnila relief In Tlpwlna
hl llk.nom.. from JOllNoClN'8 Oallrry, Nlath and
Main, t vpir .nlargeil. l'holographa, plain or in
on. inatruc tlona given. . mr2.v-ft
VA1',tKDr11 E ?-A ""' 'I" rm hand,
wlllliii to work for Ant-claa. waan-a. Al
two good glr to wah and Iron. Apply at th. Ilea.
cri' Aff ',m?i 33 Klm-atiwt, below Ninth.
" Than, in wnnt of anrvanu and thoo In
want of employment would da w.ll to remember that
IxiHlnemla traiieacted at thli oltlr. oa the Kaatern
principle, and not aroordlng to what la aald to be
the general l wile of rinclnnatl ngeucira. Uiro thia
mice a trial end know for youmlvva. Kemeinher
Hie number, ap.t Blmtetreilt. myM I '
WANTUn At tha Walnut-atroct Hon.., a
competent man to take charge of a dining
room. None need apply iinloaa they can bring
riTomniendatlona a to ablUtf. Alo a good bread
baker. Ana need apply uniem he cornea well rec
ommended. (my2fr-cl, , HAIIHII DAV1H.
WANTED THANKSOIVIKU She breathed
low, fi rvent thankaglvlng when h. got an
other print of bin llkenew from J0HN8)N'8 nl
lery, Ninth and Main. Pliotographa aud Aaibro
typea. Copteii enlarged, jinlructium givan. a
WANTEO-A OARDKNKR-Blnale man, to
. - a mempniB, lenn. jnnat nnucratand hlit
-....-nfl nu m- noiv to raiM Tiaeiaoiea tor maraeti
lo a etnad. temperate and induntrioiiM man a good
altiiation will bo glian. , Call at JACOB BDALRH'8
WANTRD-M aeektng Mtnatlona aa clerka,
T aiileainen, book-keopir, bar-ke.per, nortera,
eoopera, morhanlea, laboreni, and others, xhould ap.
5 lJ'..,th." Merrbantt" :ierkr Registry Office, No.
11H Walnut-atreet. Lmy-hl HALE 4 CO.
WANTEO-A SOB KB MAJCAa PrTar,Ti
w"f .w,n'' n1 l'Qiinr "tore, at No. H
Walnut-atreat. Keferencea reunlred. myW-b
at tti Eaat aonrUi-ntrert Intelligence Ofljce.
- 1 (my-bJ
WANTKlMa tVirlngton or Kewport. board
, . '"I gentleman and wife and infant, in a
private family. Pleaeant location and moderate
term.. Addreea Box 1,T, Cincinnati P. o.
WANTfcu-81TUATIOI'-BIr Toong man of
T good aotexiadenta, in eome bnaiiusa, wlwre
he ran make himself generally uaefnl. Work not to
lie toy laborious. I. a rapid penman and good ao.
emintant. Aildreaa W. 8. U Pres. OIHce. niy:t-b
VA'NTKD--A- IHli-To make button-hole.
, and presa coats. Inquire at No. 147 Court
, street, west of Cutter. lnyS4-b
KrANTtlf-P V tt 0 H A 8 B K For a nice
Wardrob Bert, ooaipieto, and oouapying but
Tery little room. Apply at 'AH Main. . lnyw-r
WANTED A 01 II t-to do general honae
work ud cook In a private family of three.
'One that will suit can bare a desirable borne and
good wages.) German preferred. Inquire at 4MO
jeventhtret. . tayM-b
VANTED-A BITUATI0N-3y m yonng man
,' food habits, to make kiaiioif geuerally
Iserol, In a grocery or liguor store. Has experience
it both. Woulil give hlsaarvloea for onsv year for
loard and clothing. Best of references given, if re
mired. Address W. H. M., at thU office, for three
( . .... , , , myat-b
W ANTE DA 8ITUATI0N-By a married
t man or steady habits, aa gardenes,who un.
rstauds the care of horaea. and otiier nseful busi
ess. If accommodated with a house, will go to the
oiintry. 1 he best .vf; references given. Address
I. W. O., this oMee.
ll.la fHu . " . .
Ill J ,U
ANTE D-A SlTUATION-As Wet-nurse.
or relcr.no, apply at So, XII Sycamore.
IVANTED-BOARDINO-ln a small family, for
' a small boy and girl, in the central part of th.
ity. Address Box 4,443. Postoc, stating terms,
IVANTED-8 1 T U A T I O N-By a competent
ong experieooe, and can give good reference!,. Ad
lie i, him yrwoe ' -J "w"'"
TANTKD-AN INFANT To ri tfft Ud
v v wqu can mit" gooa nuTtrrnc. l at
fe will be kept itricf
XTA NTE I A 81T UAT16 N'B j ft mtrrled min,
' as ulosiBAa or portnr, in a wboleMie or iiaII
ore. Can 0p'ak ami write the Gnan, Spanish,
-ench and KnglUh laiiKiinsofi. tiood reference
ven. Addrew J. B. P.. at tub offlee, myJ-f
mTANTED-A PARTNER With a eaih capital
T of eight hundred or a thoiiHaiid UntUni, toen
6 in a manufacturing bwiwtw, 8ll.-jilily;
nfita three hundred per ctfut, AddreM A.B., hox
153, PuetolBce. mym-aw-
.MTANTED At ne City Kmployment Agency,
'T No. 70 Third-ftreet, har Vine, np ttaira.
itrd floor, on clark, on teacher, one young man.
UhtM to JJliK), as partner, to aiwitt In a pleaaaht
id profitable boalne ; aUo sereral young men for
vrintiM empluymertta. P-reonti, either with or with
ot capital to iuTeat,iekinir employment, or tiioee
ii n nm ui cirru. puiwrt, twacuors, or muj Rina 01
h p, can be suited by calliug aud giving a short no.
tb at the Employment' Agency, No. 99 Thiro
toet, nuar Viue. front riKin, np ttaira. third floor.
lmy-aJ '., ,
mTANTEI-TO KXCHANOB Yaluahla buni.
ntM property, iltuatW-lntUe village of I.iiurel,
Kunklin Oounty, bid,, tor a mtovk of bookti. jewelry,
iitioni or dry ffootii anitalde fur Wmtern trade.
Aiply at No. 18 Knit Konrth-itreet for partieularfl,
Hd pHKmirrtotyp of rramlmx. . wyldt ,
lOR KAI.K-T111 beautiful Building Lota in
3;man Orphan Asylum, on IJigblaud-arenue. Kach
nurue, auu aeaitw a ouoaivision, near tns
J. eet front by 1311 d
jo neep, at fix per loot, a
WAUlTAl. A. hakokn't,
No U An..ll.. Rt.iMlnv
Corner of Iriflh and Walnut. '
a HALE-A BOTJBK AND LOT-The house
contains six rooms, summer shed and kftrlien.
DCrant, cistern, fast andaUu food order. Inqnlre
ii ivi iaurei-sireei. pjy.9 n
n ., .. .e.i m It , ml
ITOI? 8AI.E-THS BALOOK-Md. 440 Blxtb
1 C street, between Western-row and Plum.
DOR 8AI.K-0B TRAIiU tide) asrres of good
T l armiug l,and In MlMourl, wblcli I will sell
r casn, or eacnaoae nr noune anu loi on walnut
lis. Apply to (J. W. MAOILL, No. 171 Walnut,
rot, upstairs. , myXI-d
TOR. HAI.B-8t.ara Knglu. and Boiler, now in
: uatiat Sos. 09 and 101 Waliiut-.ti set, whsr.
i. cau oe seeu at anytime, atiiglne uyunuer, a
'Km uiameiur, siroKe o leei. guvurnor auu uoson
le attached, and rast-troii batt.t Duller Ieuitli,
PVL HALB-A small Knglna, Boilar-Fan, Ou-
sviia, ipcsif t asa avui ao vap UUIllUfJ, U(uai
ttrvat bargain. Can be keen In operation at the
vltv Iron Foundry. WV l'onrh-it?wt
A u a MB y auiyu mm .,
ft BAI.R-A good Brltik Dwelllng-honM, No'.
fell. mirth a Ma gsf" Maiiransnth trtint ' iMtWAnn
and Race. Itcontaina nine room, tide hell,
s ioaeu, co. inquire at tne ntaniiiHry. no. 114,
pi If mmC J OA It I' H HKHKON. '
T-:OW-5 HCWARlVOn 'ridr. 1 1th
4 instant, a young whiand-rd tvtw, more
iiinanre! on me nina ptri. 1 u miruu nr
I wa cut ehurt. Hhe Jmtked like tn ox in front
1 w near to having a oalf. t Any pent on rwturu
Ir, or giiug information ta the clerk of the
it mill, near UarrUoq Road will receive tha
'V reward. iyjH.
fPT-li an'Miuay. iron -rnomaa iwtper no.
4 H Thint-vtrcet, a bla k-end-WnTerrlor Pup.
..II r mv'U.l,'
HT-MKMOHANIUM b o i r.,Y.ttrday
l JVMhidatttlH.vl nuii-uintf.'a miall blftrk iuuuuiI jsjiw
n HHk, couiatulng a liat of name lu itT Th
In will be rewarded by leaving the tame at No.
HO A n lI Boarding can be hud by applying
at 14.1 Hs-.ifrMi iJlnta r.mrtl. ...Ikli ...
rentlfmini or faaiiliea.) Aiao aogajumodat u m lor
' f"t famllli or elnnle gentlfmn, run le
5au ITK y,""""'" 1 07 applying a na,
103 fcfcst Thfrd-itret t, a fr w doort eaU of Pike.
OARDIMI-Twoor the, nnllemea ran ob-
tein a nleautit mom. rlfl. K-rf lo ona
rienwn wnn single room-wt lwT iongwnnn
atreet, between film and Plum. Terms moderate.
fclOll RRNT-TIIRF.B KOOMB-To a raaneeta.
V els ft. m 1 1, wlthont children.. Apply at 3r
Pierson-street, Jual below the Hamilton and Tlayton
nanroaa liepot. myaep'
I7IOR RKNT-ri)m BOOMR-Innnlre at tha
. north-.ast oorner of Kighth and itac.-.treet..
FOR RKNT-A tTRNIHHKO ROOM-Wlth
gas. Apply to l.tlTHV A FOX, Orocera, north
east corner of Aerenth and Main. my33-b
TRAYKn-Oll 8T0I.KN Maf W. imi. from
brown Mare, twelve years olil.Sfte.n hanila high.
he had with her a light bay Colt, two weeks old,
when taken. The marc and colt wore traced to Co.
Itimbfa. Hamilton (VmtltV. A lilter! rewr,1 nt
the suiisrrllier, in Anderson Township, dark
'.TmKiy, J"J J'"i delivery of the mare and colt, h
a?.'itt5 RrK' ?.' Bporuman'a Hall, or to L.
KRCK, Callforiila, Ohio. my Mb
THE DAILY PRESS.
liar M.tc.-Arrlre., 1,30 A. M.and4i40 P.M i
.loses at 1 A. If . and g r. M.
BiLTinonav WaammtoK Ayo WnLiX(l. Ar.
rltes.t 3i0 A. M ; closesat 8 P. M. , ,
bt. Loot, in Loc ist iLt.R. Arrives nt 11 A. M.
and 10 P.M.) closes at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Cdicaoo Attn NoTB-wasT. Arrives at 11 A, II.
and 10 P. M.i doses at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
To ADTIRTramu. The Dill,T Pinu pirrn.
latea more pnperi In Corinfrton and New
port than all the other Cincinnati doilies
combined. . This ii a fact worth remember
ing when choosing a medium for advertising.
LlTTKM DlTAiHID TOP. WaHT OT PoRTARC
Wright ft Craighead, Anderson, Iud, , ,
Mies Fannie Raymond, Ulendale, O. , . ' '
Oust Kramer, St. Xouia, Mo. - - ' "
M HTRnnnt.narnAt. nnasav i iam-h tt.n
Ware, Optician, May.24: . . . ... r ,
0 Joel. Barrmsltr. . . . ff-fiermoavsW.
1 . , ; Above aero-IW
II M ..-.Jo. . . . Above asm, ill
t P. M..............S9..T9- '. Hoy, a.ro-78
BoT Drownid. A lad about thirteen vcant
of afre, named Alexander Maxwcjl, yesterday
afternoon fell into the rirer at tho foot of
Hmith-atreet, and waa drowned. Effort- have
been made to recover the body, but up to a
late hour hut evening they had heen without
Mketinb optri Wine-Growkiui' AanoriA.
tion. i'he American Wino-Urowera' Aago
ciation will hold its next rctrulnr mectinor to
morrow afternoon, at two o clock, in Bacon's
Building, corner of Sixth and Walnut. A
full attendance is requested, as business of
importance will do transacted.
Sopposkd Lunatics Sint to rni CnitvTv
Jail. Two middle-aged men, one a native of
1'iuiaaeipiiia, tne other or Ireland, were
brought before the Probate Court as lunatics;
aud neither party having had a legnr resi
dence in taU .county, the Court having no
authority to send them to the Lunatic Asy
lum, sent them temporarily to the Countv
Jail! .. "
Rkai Ebtat 8ai. im Niwport. 55ale of
1144 leet t ground by 67H feet deep, on
York-street, Newporty Kyn by J. Orafl' Co
yesterday afternoom ; - '
Lot No. 1, M feat, no Imnrovementa, .old to
Frederick w. Hlack ut M par foot...... .....il.-Mn
juui .0. s. leet, Willi urica liousu, tula lo
GeorgaW. Kearon. at S.d per foot...-. l,tr
Iot No. 3, 27 feet, auld to same at $:m per foot... DIM
Lot No. 4, U!i feet, auld Jo same at Km per. foot. 831
Billiards in Cinoinnati. Since the open
ing of the present spring the number of bil
liard saloons has increased largely, not less
than twenty new ones having been established
in the city. ' Billiards is a very popular
amusement here, where, in addition to the
finest saloon, perhaps, in the country, we
have over two hundred well-appointed rooms
dedicated to this amusement alono. ,
Strawbirbt Festival ron thr Benbpit op
thi Gcthhie Grays. This excellent military
company wil give a Stawberry festival, next
Tuesday evening, at their new armory in the
Apollo Building, corner of Fifth and Wal
nut. No one can doubt that the entertain
ment will be an agreeable one, and when we
remember the popularity of the "Grays" we
feel convinced it will be largely attended.
" Hamilton Codntt Horsi Fair. The Horse
Fair, so long promised, under tbe direction
of the Hamilton County Agricultural Society,
will be held at the Carthage Fair Ground, to
day and to-morrow. In addition to the dis
play of stock, which will doubtless be quite
fine, the new steam-plow, manufactured by
Miles Greenwood, will be an interesting fea
ture of the exhibition, i Persons desiring to
attend the Fair may readily reach the ground
through the facilities offered bv the Cincin
nati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway. ' - ,
r ; -r 1 '" 1 :
Gbsat Works op. Art. We are not ad
vised a! to the arrival in the city of the mag
nificent artist, Orittin Jones, of marvel
ous memory, but should suppose he bad
been at i work here, recently, judging
from those pictures (?) of Romeo and Juliet,
in Wiswell's window. We hardly .think
any one but Griffin could have done that
exquisite drawing and admirable limning.
They are irresistibly funny, those figures,
and if the tonnuitteur can -only determine
which is -the and which he, and wherein
they differ from tbe portico or the sky, he
will enjoy the work of art greatly. Juliet
resembles a white-washed carrot, and fturneo,
in one painting, a soiled lager beer, barrel,
and, In tha otherj An ill-arranged compro
mise between a punch and a pin-cusion. No
virtuoso should fail to see these painting?)
Murillo's "Magdalen.".and Da Vinci's "Last
Supper," are miserable daubs by comparison.
' Extraordinary Sdicidr A Man Commits
Sklp-drstruotion by Swallowing Muriatic
Acid. A man named Louis Forcherell, re
siding at No. fi'i Lock-street, day before yes
terday swallowed about an ounce of muriatic
acid, and, of course, died from the effects of
the dose in about six hours afterward. Cor
oner Carey was called upon to hold an in
quest upon the body, and for that purpose
summoned a jury, before which the follow
ing facts were developed: a
- About seven years ago he married hi sec
ond wife, and, having previously become the
Jiarent of couple of children, whom he
nsisted upon keeping as inmates of his
newly-formed family, was considerably an
noyed because of an unconquerable disa
greement between them and their step
mother. " ! ,1,1,11' ! ' :'i"-i '"t"
Several times sine, then he attempted to
rid himself of the Ufa which bad now be
come a burthen, and, upon one occasion, was
saved by his eldest son, who severed a rope
with which his parent had suspended him
self by (he neck to( one 'of tho rafters of bis
houso, . ;.') K .i.l
Being "foiled In these attempts at self
destruction, he made an effort to drown his
misery in stimalating drinks, and tor some
years past has been habitually' intoxicated.
Day before yesterday, while suffering from
the donble delirium,, caused by drink' auo)
domestic discord, he swallowed a quantity
almost an . ourjte of 'muriatic acid, 'and
finally succeeded in quitting the woricf. '
The deceased was bora in France,- and' waa1
about fbrty-thrao years of age. He leaves a
wife and ' three ildrea almost wholly un
protccUid, haviagi .exhausted hia.-yearly irt
vooia i the indulgeuee of a desire to find a
letue for his mesial pain in intoxicating
Board op Hbaltb Rcoord op Deaths
The population of the city of Cincinnati is
not far from 250,000, but we will say 220,000,
which is sufficiently low. The number of
deaths reported is usually largely under one
hundred per week; but making allowances
for those not reported, one hundred may be
regarded as about the weekly average during
the year. This estimate, taken in connec
tion with the population, would make the
duration of life in the city somewhat more
than forty-three years or ten years longer
than the estimate for the world at largo.
While our citizens should congratulate
themselves upon this fact, they oiipht not to
stop here. They should inquire whether it
were not possible to reduce the present ratio
of mortality, and extend still further the
average duration of life.
A large majority of the deaths are Induced
by causes over which City legislation or the
action of a Board of Health can exercise no
control; yet a number are indisputably the
result of secondary or illegitimate causes,
which might, by proper management, be pre
vented. When a skillful physician visits a
patient, he at first endeavors to ascertain the
locality of the disease, then investigates its
nature, and lastly applies the remedy. Such
a method of procedure would be not only of
benefit to tho city, but is necessary if any ma
terial Improvement is expected.
We think we could suggest a plan, chenp
and simple, which would give an efficiency to
the health officers, which they have never yet
possessed. . .
Let Council provide for a complete and ac
curate registration of deaths, to be reported
periodically, to be nlwnys open for the in
spection of the Board of Health; indeed, it
would be well to require that Board to exam
ine it at least once each week. This register
should contain the mime, age, disease, and
residence of the deceased; distinguishing the
latter by street and number. A separnte
book should be kept for each ward, in order
to facilitate investigation. By this means,
and knowing the population of each ward, it
will be easy to ascertain tho particular local
ities where mortality is proportionately
greatest, as well as the nature of the prevail
ing disease; thereby pointing out the exact
spot that most demands tho attention of the
If atany time a greater than the usual num
ber of deaths is reported in a particu
lar place, it is safe to conclude, unless some
contagious disease prevail, which will be
shown by the record itself, that some cause
is operating there, which demands attention.
On visiting the infected locality, the inquiry
should be, first, Is the malady produced by
causes that are subject to control? If this
question is answered affirmatively, investiga
tions should be immediately commenced, and
the proper remedy applied.
A sanitary system founded upon these gen
eral principles, would, we are convinced,
prove beneficial. The experiment would be
accompanied with little expense, and even
though unsuccessful, would, by directing at
tention to the matter, be productive of good.
What a Virginia Editor Thinks or thi
Burnkt Hocus. Iu a letter, written fmm
this city to the Petersburg Exprett, the editor
of that paper has the following complimen---.
t : r . i ,i . ir i i
mij uvtiLT vi iud Jjuiuvt nuuH, in wmcn
n.l.ii.1 I...I.I 1.. 1 i.:i- n:..:
n.ivii liiiwi lie DUJUlllUCU nilllU 111 Vlllllll'
nati. The writer save:
"The Burnet House, nt which I tun stonninor
is one of the best hotels in the country. It Ts
in no respect inferior to tbe St. Nicholas, in
the elegance of its interior finish, or the bentt-
imm i'l- . 1 IPL. -
ntn u, no caici iitu niiiunium;e. Alio cufeine
is. unexceptionable and the bed-rooms, airy,
clean and comfortable. The senior proprie
tor, Mr. Saunders, is ever watchful or the
welfare of his guests, and his clerks as well
as all his otber tmpUnjti, very courteous and
accommodating. Some idea may lie formed
of the capacity of the house, when it is stated
w ( win comiortaniy lodge six hundred
guests, and that it requires about one hundred
and fitly employe! to fill all its departments.
I have written this as no mere naid for miff
but because I deem it a duty every journalist
owes the nubile to inform his readers whero
they can be well accommodated. The com
munication now between the East and West
is so constant, that it is as important the great
unvemug puunu anuuiu Know xue oesi noieis,
as well as the best modes of conveyance. 1
can vouch for the good fure of every traveler
woo sojourns oeneaiu me roof or tne Burnet,
The charges are moderate, at least my bill
was, and 1 do not suppose that any favors
were accorded me which are not extended to
Srbripp'i Sales op Rial Estate. The
Sheriff's sales of real estate, which took place
yesterday morning in the rotunda of tbe
Court-house, were fairly attended, but the
bidding was not spirited. Thirty-eight lots
its diuwu mm xiaj ulnuru a auuuivision, at
the head of Klm-etreet, were offered, but
withdrawn for want of bidders. The follow
ing property was sold: 1
Tract of five acres in township four, and
second fractional rango, valued at $75; sold
to Edwin Mill for $50 per aere.
. Leasehold lot on the south side of Second
street, west of Race. 23 feet by 85 deep,
valued at $2,000 for lease und improvements;
sold to M. Steigerwald for $1,334.
Lot No. 99 in Brown and Hartshorn's sub
division, situated on the north side of a fifty
foot street opposite, and in a line with Cal-boun-street,
30 feet front by 100 deep; valued
mm m nuis bisiu iJ l . iinsauiiiss lur "tou.
Lot No. 85 in Knowlton's subdivision of
Cnmmiosville, 50 feet front on Honner-street,
valued at $600; sold to Fred. Thamnnn for
$334. .j.--.. '
The undivided one-half of a tract of five
acres and sixteen rods, in Millcreek Town
ship: valued at $500, aud sold to Nancy Bates
for $334 per acre. ,
Personal. Persons who intend visiting
the Ohio White Sulnhnr Snrinen during- the
heated term will be pleased to learn that
a-osepn a. vuioertson, oi tnis city, lias De
come a fixture at that establishment. Mr. C.
is amiable, .courteous and affable, and we
heartily congratulate miue host Sweeny on
hi choice. He will leave the citv this morn.
ing for the Springs, at which place he hopes
to see all his friends and fiieir-nanio is
legion during the coming Mason.
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Triangular Trottimo Match. A trian
gular trotting between "Bolly Lewis" to
wagon, "Lady Utley" to hnrness, and "Lady
Hockey" under the saddle, will take place
this afternoon at the Cincinnati Trotting
Park. . The race promises to be of rare inter
est, and will doubtless draw a crowd. Cars
will leave tbe Cincinnati, Ilumtlton and Day
ton Railroad Depot at half-past two o'clock,
Columbus time, for the course, and return at
Tai "Comet's" Picnic The Comet Danc
ing Association will leave this mornincr at
eight o'clock on their picnic excursion. Men
tor's Band and steamer Champion No. 3 have
been engaged, and a pleasant time will no
doubt be realized. Tho boat will touch at
Newport, then back to foot of Walnut, and
touching at foot of Fifth-street will proceed
to Parlor Grove
Palmer's Marine Pomp. One of Cant.
Palmer's .marine pumps, of large capacity,
will be in operation for public exhibition
and trial, from one to five o'clock this after
noon, at the foot of Ludlow-etreet. The at
tention of underwriters, steamboat owners.
and those having marshy lands to drain, is
usv-tveu mj wuauiHi im operation.,
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Sixteen Loth on Dudley and Freeman-
streets. This afternoon at three o'clock,
Cooper as Stokes, Auctioneers, sell twelve
lots of land, on the west side of Dudley-street,
between Wade and Liberty, and immediately
after, four lots on the west side of Freeman
street, between Liberty and Poplar.
QuheswarE and China at Auction. -This
morning, at nine o'clock. J. Graff Co. make
the closing sale of Queeosware, China, Ac, at
No, WJ Mum-street. .t
i kmm Am llimin. Tkl. .Au.u.. n t . I
. . U 1 n m AVI.. 1W. . U I HI UV. HWUIl, Mb .111 CO
o'clock, J. Graff Go. sell fifty lots in Buena
VisU addition to Newport, Kentucky. See
Comh to Tea. Penderv. north-west earner
of Fifth and Walnut-streets, has in store a
tine assortment of imperial tea. It is of most
City News. LAW REPORT.
Room No. 1. J. H. Rice and others . W.
R. Childs fc Co. An issue was presented to
ajury in Room No. 3, to determine whether,
in thesaleofarighttousean article of cement
roofing, fraudulent repreentations to induce
the purchaso were mado by defendants? The
Jury returned a verdict for defendants; and
the ease coming now before Judge Storer on
motion for new trial, the motion was over
ruledthe Court holding, also, that the state
ment on which the patent was issued wiui
sufficiently specific, and that tho contract was
not void by reason of alleged Inulity orwantof
novelty in the invention. Judgment fur de
fendants. Room No. 2. Vanakcn Wnndor t. The
City. In this case, tried before Judge Homllev,
the jury returned a verdict for plaintiff for
$A,2r0 upon his claim for dnmages, resulting
from an alteration in the grade of Findlay
strect. H. If. Zcrhuscn t. Henry nckman and
A. Johann. Injunction granted. Bond
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Verdict Aoainst Adams k Co. Martini
Pollock tin. Adams A Co. This case went to
the jury at nliout half-post threo o'clock yes
terday afternoon, and after atiout an hour's
deliberation the jury returned a verdict for
plaintiff. Dmnnges $6,787 17.
Procekdi nos op the County Commission
ers. At the regular diurnal session of the
County Commissioners held yesterday morn
ing, orders were passed amounting to $172 64,
of which $54 60 were paid to Id. Krnns for
masonry; $53 25 to J. Sl.cllhorn for black
smithing', $20 75 to Charles Fnrncy for oil
for Millcreek Bridge, nnd the remainder for
advertising. A number of persons were
supenned from the country for tlie purpose of
assisting the County Bourd of Equalisation
of Personalty in the dischnrge of its duties.
B. F. Brannan, a member of the City Board
of Equalization, resigned bis position, and
John D. Miner, was appointed to fill the va
cancy thus caused.
PRonRBRS op thr "World, Tnn Flesh and
the Dbvil." A hall on Fourth-street, for
merly employed as tho hend-quartcrs of a re
ligious society, is now occupied as a billinrd
saloon; a house in which divine service was
held, on Race, has been converted into u
gambling hell; and two buildings on Central
avenue, devoted to the gathering of religious
bodies, have become, one a dnnkiug-ploce,
and the other a brothel. We are deeply
piiincd to notice this; but it only shows how
rapidly his Satanic majesty is extending his
A Question por the Grammarian op the
Times. Our evening cotempornry invariably
calls a female who has had tho fortune or
misfortune to have lost her husband "a widow
womun," and in. its issue of yesterday says:
"The mother of the injured girl is a widow
woman." W ill the Grammarian of that in
stitution be kind enough to inform the public
whero a widow man may bo found?
Hiohway Robbery. About eleven o'clock
night before last a man mimed Edward Gut
knecht was knocked down with a slung-shot.
on Sycamore-street, nenrthecanal,nnd robbed
nf Si? and a ailvne vnt.il, n.lr.-Al..
on Sycamore-street, near Hunt, und is in quite
a critical condition, suffering .severely from
iuo injuries no rcueiveu.
Assault with Intent to Kill. A man
named Davis Ross was vestordav committed
to jail, by Justice Schlee. in default of bail in
the sum of $2K), to await trial before the
next term oi mo uourt ot Lommon 1'lcas,
upon a charge of assaulting Michael Cnter-
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UUCl Willi lULTlli IU A1I1.
Burolabt Last Nioht. The residence of
J. W. Canlield, at tho north-west corner of
Ninth and Vine, was feloniously entered, last
night, while the family was ui the concert.
at Smith & Nixon's Hall, nnd robbed, but to
witui extent we were unuoie to learn.
The Carlsbad Spa. The very best of sodu
uu m:ii,ci- wuuin, wuu lue CDOIceSl OI
sirups and wiues, can be hod at the Carlsbad
Rn. rnn.llulHi,l I... 1 . 1 ) nr.
-1-1 " u,i ni-nn in, wiue iiiuju. v c
Lnnn nf nn lulla. ..)...,.. .A .1....'. . ,
" " v. ii ire.rei fUKiV W UUWU B CUU1, IV
freshing and delicious drink.
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V In, HvnnT Tm wl, I l.n Tl. a:
- " - " ii.. ...... i.u .mi i uDiumu;
News Depot, has every variety of light read
in.. ..it .l,..o i-Vi . ,
V ' . hi woJ nuu UCDUD U1CI lieBUirSl HI1U
spiciest of journalistic and periodical litera-
tllra al,ol4 ',rrm hi.n - Anll
Police Court. Martin. Ready, an old va
grant, was sentenced to twenty days' Impris
onment, on a charge of vagrancy, in the
runce uurt, yeHieruay.
Special Election. A snecial election will
be held in the Seventh Ward, to-morrow, to
.1 . . i - .v. . i
iiiuoso n uiuiuuer ui sue vny iiuuncil vice J
N. Longacru, resigned. "
Meetino op the Kenton and Campbell
uounties Republican Association. The
Kenton and Campbell Counties Republican
Association will hold its regular monthly
meeting this eveninrr. nt balf-Dast seven
o'clock, at Turner's Hall, by order of James
iv. n uitieniure, secretary. ;
. Festival por tub Benefit op Orphans.
A grand festival and Good Fellow's celebra
tion, tor tne oeneht ot widows and orphans,
will be riven at Indcoendence. K. to-mnr.
row, at ten o'clock A. M. Full arrangements
have been made tor the occasion, and which
the committee feel assured will guarantee a
j..i: i i --i . w.
uuuffuiiiti nun uttmiy icsnvai. mr, r, n.
Rowekamn, M. H. N. G. M. of the O. L. of
the United States., and others, have accented
invitations tq be present, and deliver ad-
uresses on mo rrincipies ana rractices ot tne
' Meetino op thi Board op Directors op
thr Covington and Cincinnati Bhidsb Com
pany. At a meeting of the Directors of the
Covington and Cincinnati Bridge Company,
held the 23d inst., tho following resolutions
limoltrd, That the t.'ity Council of Covington be
reiittesteii tu amend further the )irepos(-il Itailniau
Ordinance, if the urdilinnre shall be voted for hy the
people, uy adding to the umeaitm.nt tu th. first sec
tion tho following wonls: "Provided further, that
the gauge of said Street Hnilroad shall not be the
same as that of the Kontiicky Central Hnilroad, nor
shall the gauge of said ttirest itailroad excued burr
pwi nine aim a nan nicues.
huolrtii further, That the Directory of this Com-
1111' pledge themselves that If tho prorsweit 'Street
ttilmad grant is made by the city ot t'uvlngton the
gauge of said read shall not lie the same aa th. Ken-.
lit, ay wiurei. sir ururr 01 me mmru.
' J NO. W. flNNkXL, President.
K. Himuan, Secretary. .
City Counoii. Procredinqs Yesterday
Apternoon. The Council met at the usual
hour, President Goodson in the Chair. A
communication was received from Marshall
k Brothers, stating that they had never
made exorbitant charges to persons using
thoir wharf, but they had only asked the
same rates as Mr. Withers hod always done,
during the time he had charge of it. Re
ferred to the Committee on Whitif.
On motion of Mr. Mooar, the President of
tne tiouncii was authorized to cast the vote
of the eitv. in the election to take nlace June
4, for Directors of tho Covingtou and New
port oriuge. ; . , . . . a .
Mr. Howe, from the Committee on Fire
Department, made a report in favor of con-
en uuuug a juuiic cuueru in Aiuuisuurg.
Concurred in. Adjourned.
Police Court. Two men, Louis Bcnnott
and James Smith, were fined, the former $30,
and the latter $15, by Mayor Hawkins, yes
terday, for abusing their families.
Strawberry Festival. The lady mem
bers of St. Paul's Church gave s) grand straw
berry festival at the church yesterday even
ing, the proceeds to be appropriated for the
benefit of that institution. Every thing was
prepared in the best style, and the whole
affair did great c.-edtt (o its managers. ,.
School Picnio To-day. The Cincinnati
Belle will leave tha ferrv-landinir at Bin-lit
o'clock this mnrnip; to convoy the pupils of
me puunc icuoois to tne moutn oi l nree-milo-creek,
up the Licking, to the picnic
grounds. Omnibuses will likewise leave
York-street for the same place, to accommo
date those who would prefer this method of
Wood's Theater. Mr. Sothern will have
a beneflt at this establishment thi. evening, epos
vrhlnh ore anion, In Connection with the capital
drama, TAs snmo. fear roses Man. he offer,
tntin llrongham's new burlesque The TneUi JfeWrnf,
la both ofwhleh In wrj appear.. Mr. lngwsll,
already well known In this clly, has tendered his
services anil will appear in the lr.rl.-aa. ss "Marrus
Brntns Richelieu Hsnilth;" the whole forming an
entertainment that can not fall to attract a full
Brnepit or Alios J. kisossuRv.-J-Alice J.
Kingsbury, the pleasing and deserving young actress
attached to the stock company of Wood's theater,
will have a laRV flt at that popular place of amuse
ment to-morrow fSalnrria ) evening, when she ap
pears In the beautiful drama of The Brlle nf I P"
oorg, and the agreeable faroc of Ta Pet (As JeM
mal: Mr. Lehman, of the. Hlildoalan Society, will
also personate the "Prince'' in the third act nf Ham
Kand Jennie Want, the rfaasta ss, will everote a
favorite pat seal. We lyipe the fair Alice will be Im
mensely greeted on the oeeneson.' ' '
The Concert Last Nioht. The compli
mentary concert to Chsrlrs and Jacob Kunkel last
night, at Smith A Nixon's Hall, waa attended by a
ery large and fashionable audience. Madame
Sletnlnskl, the female flutist, Is a marvel In her way,
and plays with a sweetness and finish rarely ever
allalii.il. Miss Wood If we mlatake not-saug the
music written for "Leonora," in the miserere icon
from Trorntnre, quite creditably. Her voice i. re
markably full, round, sweet and clear In the lower
register, and her translation ta? Verdi's Idea drew
down n hearty encore. Altogether the concert was
quite an agreeable one, and, financially, a complete
Sam. Cowell, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
James Hicks, will giro one of Ilia vniquo; f nlertalu
menta at Smith A Nixon's Hall, next Monday
creulng. l' '
Menter'l Cornet Band gives a concert this
evening, at Smith Nixon's Hall, fur tho lieneflt of
the Cadet, of Tempernnc. "'...'
The Tornado at Portsmouth—Several Lives
Lost—Buildings Ruined—Houses Unroofed
Porthsmonth, In this Stale, the tornado
of Monday was very severe. "Several lives
were lost, buildings blown down, houses nn
roofed and forests, orchards and fences swept
down, causing a damage to property of
The Daily Tribune give this instance of tho
force of the wind i
A remarkable crash resulted in the instan
taneous death of David Price and a horse he
was driving. Mr. Price and others were in
DcOrummond's blacksmith shot), on the
north-enst corner of Chilllcothe and Second-
strcuts. As the storm increased, Price ran
out to look after his horso and cart. He
started the horse np Second-street, when one
of the cart-wheels struck ajrainst a hitching
Dost in front of Mr. Tewknherrv'a resirl
Hero the unfortunate man was delayed a
uiuiuuiii. ui uAiricnitiig nis cart, ana mat de
lay cost him his life. At this juncture, the
entire roof of the three-story brick building
un mo upuoeite corner waa Diown orr. The
ucavv joisi, ruiiers, sueeuug, ana tin root,
weighing several thousand nounds. were
whirled diagonally across the street, two
hundred fret, in a mnss, and fell upon Mr.
Price, killing him nnd tho horse instantly I
A Dortiou of the timbers were driven
against the brick residence of Uri Trocv. at
this spot, and the terrible force of the wind is
ncre made leartuiiy manifest. The corners
of the brick wall are battered off aa if by n
sledge-hammer. lSeeee qf timber are driven
aeiueen intone, ana remain tightly wedged in
tit hard mortar I from ten to fifteen feet above
tne ground. One of the timbers struck tho
lower corner of one of the front window
frames, and mathed it and the brick adjoining
at f done by a battering-raml A little child
of Mr. Tracy was sleeping by the window,
inside, at the time, and was covered with
broken class and rubbish, but unininred.
The large frame machine-shop of Henry
Davis, on Mill-street, was totally demolished,
und lies a heap of rubbish, among the engines
and machinery. Some eight or nine men
Daroiy escaped Dcloro it leu.
The Late Tornado—Its Ravages in the
exchanges of the damage done in this State,
and long the Ohio River by the lot tornado.
though no place seems to have suffered so
greatly as this city Thor Hillsboro"JVoif
says: - ji t .; '.. : :
T I7:ilv ' . s ii r . i . .,
in ilihuuiu , a imi ui msiium tJUU UI WO
Walnut-street School-house from the peak of
tne rooi aown to tne eaves, was Diown out,
uui tne Duuaing sustained no oilier damage,
The roof of a small house next to the Kn.
gine-house, on Walnut-street, was lifted off.
A chimney on the Female College and one
on the Presbvterian Church.' were hlnwn
down. TheC front wall of the large three-
story nncK Duuomg on me corner or High
and Walnut-streets, was cracked and Dushed
inward two or three inches by the force of
tne wind, and will Have to be taken down as
far as the second story. , . .
The front window of the Catholic Church
was blown in. Several of the large locusts
in me i;ourt-nouse yam, ana many trees in
other parts of the town were broken off or
torn up by the roots. Mr. Collins suffered
severely in damages to his vineyard, fruit
trees and shrubbery.
At Winchester and various towns In Ohio
we hear of much damage to, bouses, trees,
fences and shrubbery.' The aggregate loss
to property it is at present impossible to cal
culate. ' !
MoitB About tub Captured Slaver "Wil
liam." The slaver captured by the Wyan-
aoite, was under command of Uaptuin Wm.
Weston, and had a crew of twenty-three, all
told, who are now prisoners -on board the
steamer. The Cuban Custom-bouse officer
had actually boarded the slaver with a view
of obtaining the Captain-General's share of
the slave money, and was on board tbe ves
sel at tbe time, f Im tour hours the whole
cargo would have been landed safely in Cuba,
but for their timely capture by the Hyovv
The negroes were in a horrible condition,
almost nude,' and both sexes huddled together
In a disgusting manner, the hearty and strong
ones beating the weak, and constant fighting
goiug on among the negroes. The siirlit whs
most revolting, and the imell on the deck of
the slaver was horrible.
The officer of the Wyandotte, who was nut
in charge of the slaver, reports the sight of
tne negroes, ana tne odor arising from the
slave deck as most oppressive. The slaver
was towed into Key West by tbe Wyandotte,
and owing to head Winds was detained four
days in making that place. Fifteen negroes
had already died on tne passage more were
expected to die. Tbe negroes seemed to re
gard tbe death of their companions with the
utmost indifference. " ,
A Charlatan Arrested Tbb Notorious
Dr. Ealing in Limbo. A notorious person,
calling himself "Dr. J. E. E. Killing, the
aurist, wbb arrested in- Washington, D. O.,
recently, under a proviuion in the act of in
corporation of thr .Medical Society of the
District of Columbia, which disallows per
sons from abroad to practice medicine or
surgery in the District, unless uch persons
have received a diploma to that effect from
some recognized medical school. The Doc
tor stated, on his exarniuation,, that he was a
chiropodist, but he was held to ball in
$1,000; and as it appeared lie had swindled a
good many persons there, he afterward' hur
ried away from the city In a close carriage.
Victoria's Gold Snupp-Hox yob our Ja
panese JiiNiBTEB. The irold snufi-bux in.
sented by Queen Victoria to Townsend Har
ris, Consul to Japan, in : recognition of bis
services to the British UovernmenL is uow
ou exhibition in New York. It ir a substan
tial looking affair, two and a half inches wide
by about threo and a htilf inches long, aud
upon the top has the initials "V. R.,'1 in dia
monds, set in a blue oval enamel, which is
also richly encircled w ith preoiwua a tones.
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An Extra Session: op the Massach skttr
LEQisLATURK.T-dn view. of the alarming ex
tension of 'the cattle disease, aud the need of
increased appropriations, Uov. Hanks lias du
cideil to cull au extra scesiou of the Massa
Monetary and Commercial.
Monetary matter were rather quiet yester
day, as th'p often ar on Tkmriar, and little or'
enrrwt In tha banking aaarter to rattle u trannnll
Ity. Tha demand w Money waa net a large as It
hail bean during th. two pnrvton. day., hat stl'l It
waa very fair and nearly eunal to th. dlspnalreVM o.
the regnlar Honsw to aceomfendate enstomers. The
outside inquiry tr loan. w. qnlt small, and very
few pi soe. of passable Paper were seen In the street.
W. q note, as before, approved namos at the Dlsennnt
honse. at hsbiii par cent.
The firmness of Kastern Kxehnngo remained andl.
mlniiihed: dealers alvtna Son. fi-M.lv aa all ailnls.a-
cent Haltlmore, and drawing aa heretofore at S ara-
" I - wvniiin, , H i.l S 1 1 1 TT .
More Inquiry waa made for (Midi but no one eared
to buy at over '4. and all dealera sir. arlillna tu sell
at isliriMOr. prem.
New Orleans Bight Exchange waa drill, and In
Time.drafts on the Kast and Home nothing waa
doing. I'ncurrent Money underwent no ckauge
Klour continued heavy yesterday, and th market
was unsettled with Irregular rales', the sales reach
ing l.ftfli barrels at BA SiSir.A .Tt for mmrfln.1 1.1 .-.i r.
cholee superfl na, and $A rt.v 7.1 for extra. Whisky
r.min.tmu, inn Hiimieren, inmign a nil I. lesa
active than on Weilnesdayj l.lwi barrels selling at
sv Is'se., the latter for wagon. Provlxlone were
animated yestenlay. Mi-as Pork was In good demand!
sat barrels changing hands at Sl7 Mi, Jjanoii Arm at
J-S and '14c. Hhoulders held at 7.'r., which was a
fraction above the views of buyer.. Kulk Meat wild
larg.lv at li'4c. for loose Nliutilders, and aSe. for
packed; while medium Hides were disposed ata'4c
I.ard waa ftrm, and t.v barrels were purchased at
He., with numerous buveraal that HanM rlr.M-1
evinced no change of conse.uence. w heat continued
dull; tlie highest prlcea oftered for prime white being
SI 30, and for prime red Si Jft pit bushel. (,rn and
Oats were heavy, and the latter a shade lower. Rye
and Barley remained steady. Hay. Uutter and Po
tatoes were dull, and Cheese steady, with tha de.
mand equal to the supply.
The Imports and C ports of various articles during
the twenly-foar boar, ending yesterday noon were:
fraports Apples, ; hrl.! Barley, I, IS. hnshels; Bnt
ter, .110 pkgs: I nndlsa, Ins.; Corn, 7,(111 bint.;Jlieese,
.l.'ii Inizrs: Ooffee, bags; rivur.S.UU brls.; llay
M hale.; Hogs, tssl head; l,ard, I Wis. and - kegs;
Mulassia, 1MI brls.; Mall, ;tl bush.; (lata, J.l'.l Imnh.;
Pork ami llacon, hlnls., J tiorree, Itanvla, i
ho;, and I.7KJ pounds; Potatoes, l..m brls.: Bnaar,
s hiids.i Halt. I,tci7 barrels; Wheat, 1,0'M hnshels;
Whisky, l,zt barrels. '
f.'rnorO Apples, brls.! Barley, W1 bushels; Bnt
ter, la pkgs.; Unnd lea, af! hexes; (lorn, ,W bushels;
Ulieeaa, liw Imxea; OIL'S, 111 bags; lour, 1,1 ui brls.;
Hay, bales: Hogs, Mil hoad; Lard, mi brls., kegst 'l;
Moiasaea. Utbrls.: Halt. hn.h , 1 lata. hual, l..rl.
and llacon, lit hhda., Ii tierces, M barrels, u
r . i-'ii'o"-, i oiaroes, ei,i Darrein: nugar,
im hhds.; Halt,; brls.; Wheat, I, XV bushels, whisky,
I.OU7 barrels. :
Tlie following Is a onmpnrativa statement ofexpnrta
(exclusive of Specie) from New York to foreign port.
for the past week and slnoe Jan. 1:
t i 1858. 18S9. I860-
Forth week.. SI.WUUH IU1i,37 tl,.VH,ll
I'rev. ri'isirtrd...... ,lli,,ftai 2,i,i3.2ii-i so,r,ii,in
Since Jan. I...... ,3li7,4M ,tru,7V t,ir,J27,'-'n
Tuesday's New York Monetary matters ar thus
mentioned in Wednesday's Tim: . i : . .
In the Muliev Market tn-ilav wm tiearnr dlseoMnts
nlxty-ilnys' prhne acceptances, at t per oont.) longer
date of til- same approved class are quoted at .VV.ii
1st ceiu., aiiiiouan ine rales ar liatix are Ollllen He7
per rent.. The Ktui k Krokera ard lutylng, generally,
.'.perosiit. on temporary loan, to prlvatn lemlera,
nnil Vtt 6 per cent, at Bank. The general tone of the
market continues Kor the thinard steamer
lo-niorrowa fair hueiiu'SS ha been done In Exchange
at I0UH on London, the same as for the previous
mull, hra-eral of the standard drawers cell th-e-f-
l.ii,Slsi, hut a supilr of Honthern and Canada
Dank bills, with City Bank indorsement, hsa chietly
supplied th. market for this steamer at Die inside
nun;, aim in some instance at a sixteenth less. Aa
change on Purls; the quotation, f.,l.Hi(J.1.11.
There Is a light demand for Bullion for export. The
A'ia takes ont only S12U,i"0.
The aggregates of last week'. Boston Bank state
ment are aa followst ' ' i i .
T.i'iius aud Discounts......
Hue from other Banks.,,
One to other Banks w
Wednesday'. Tribute gives this account of tho
Aew-York Cattle market for the week eudlng Tnasday
At the orenlng of the great weekly Beef Cattle
market In I'orlv. fourth-street this morning, there
were about 3,100 heed of bullocks reported as already
arrived for sale; and it waa also understood by a few
that a train of tweuty-Ave cars, on the Hudson Klvor
Road, might arrive at any moment, and it did arrive
at little alter noon, making the number ready for
sale a little over 3,,'ssi head, the most of which were
neavr, iai, vt esiern uxen ana ntcurs; a small portiiai
of them extra good, aud suitable for our nrst-cias.
These sold, according to bnyor'a estimate, at prices
eouai to In cents net a oonnd. or. accorilins t.. tha
same authority, at aomething like half a cent a
Kutid higher than was paid last week. We believe
at the asking price all Tuesday morning were a
little higher than last week, but after the fresh arri
vals were yarded, the market appeared to settle down
. ju.i ainitii mi, rsios vurreuv last weea, ana irom
all of the Indications, we iudire ttiitt tha i.iarlfat will
prove to-day and to-morrow just about th. sauis
aa ii "ii iimi weea.
In Consentient' of tha disnoalftlnn r.t ull ,a hnIA
their stock fur a little advance, the salea of the lirst
day were not large, so that there will be a good sup-
v.j en me uriuanu lo-oar, anu according to appear
ances toward tlie cloan of tha marlr-t 11.- !.. n
the whole, will not vary materially from the last two
weeks, that is sTaiac., and perhaps a very few at inc.
abound net for prime Beef. The prices are not such aa
give Western drover, present satisfaction, nor proa
pectlvo encouragement. They are, however, en
couraging to the consumers r Beef In this city and
vicinity, and it Is guuerallv anppused, owing to the
extraordinary fatness of the stock this Spring, and
iua prico ai wincu uuHrners reiail lieei, mat they
are pretty well satisfted with the present state of th.
luaraou . . i ,., .
Wednesday's Philadelphia . ledgsr remarks con,
corning Money ;
Money is abundant at all points. Tha lender.
greatly outnumber the borrowers. Tho rataa am
consequently low to all who have the right kind of
ri;uriiy. uesiranie iota oi anort 1'aper nave been
placed as low as .'Kn flS per cent., hut th. current rata
oi prime oius la e per cent. Long, ana not thor
oughly approved Paoer. rules aa hiuh aa 1 n.p eent
month, and not much can be placed at that rata, go
man uaiiui aru capitalists oi tnis aina oi security. ,
THURSDAY EVENING, May 24.
tied, and prices are irregular. The ealea comprised
i,vj.i mis., iiiGiuuiug iwi oris, exira ax a., rw; list do.
at ( 57.1; an do. at tj ; i vi do. at J u; im do. at
i; 271 do. supeiiine at $-1 30; Hal du. at ts 33, de
livered and lil do. choioe stlperBne at V, 50.
PIIUVIHIONH-Thi're was a good demand for mesa
Pork, with sales of IMSI brls. citv. in lota at Sit rji
Bacon was Arm, with aalaa of Ml hhds. Bides at t
and So do. do. at 'itic.i Bhouldera are held at 7Sic.,
with huvera at 7 IS IH UiilIf Mm,, rj, fl-
Bhoulders sold at Stjo. looao; Ml bhds. do. at llTiic.,
Sacked; inn do. do. at samo, and tio.tsxi lb., medium
Ides ai Mr.; market linn. Of Lard, brls. sold
iu lots ui lie. ai a uicn ngure. uuy.rs ars rree.
UK0CEltlK8-The market exhibit, no now fea
ture: tho sales include So hhds. Htmar at KiVfLflUn
aud HO brls. Molasses at lie. Bttgur remains Hnn
from s to one. for fair to choice. Molasses, U&iM.,
UIL-AsaloufUbrls. Linseed at Atfe. ''
WIIIHKY-A continued steadiness was obeereva
blain Vhiskr, and though the demand was some
thing less than on Wednuedav. rates were unchanged;
the sales reached I, US) brls. at lajeMt., tho latter
Wll K AT Tho market continue, dnll. and the ont.
side flgiiroaoffi'rod by buyers is SI Bo for prime White
aim i s-i ior prim, mil: sales ,isi uuauels nriue &ea
last evenina at SI TT: IMldo. ittlrL . .
COHN VVehave no change to notice in the market
aau quote ii aim ais.o. lor nr, in oiiik: mm. lor mix
ed Shelled, aud Mo. for prima White Hhellsd.
OATS The market is dull, and prices a shade low
ar: we now quote them at tSTaKle.
RYK-The demand, is fcir, aud th. market steady
at KltiiMo. for .rime, ,
BAKLKY There fa a continued good demand for
prime fall, and th. market ia llrm at K3ftnA.rie.; infe
rior is dull upd unchanged; we quote mir to good at
TlsV'JUn. ' ' ,
- 11 A V The market ia dull, hut wa have'nd change
to notice in prices, andquute prime Timothy in bales
at B irt(ijl7 tier tuu ou demand, and inferior ntSllariH.
CllKKHK The demand is equal to the supply, aud
the market Is steady at 7(w7fsc. for new, anil luav
lo'vc for old Western Kaserve aud Kngllsh Dairy.
BUTTKIt The uiarkut remains dull, and the sup
ply contiuuss to steadily increase; prices are without
change: we quote yellow Western Beserve at 1AC
and Central Ohio at II wise. ' ' i
POTATtlKr) The nuirket Is dull, and without
change: we quote prime Northern at 11 iofiU 75 per
barrel, and common at 75cs$i 1 ' -'
, 1 sn U. I')'!: n
New York Market.
New York, liay 24. Flour fully 60. higher,
with belter export demand and alee an improved la-
ion j ior uome ouusunipi ion anu sis'cuiaiiun: sausl ui
'.i,7isj oris, at t oxi,3 1.1 for superllne Htate; S., lSf
b fi-r eatra gtate; SA 4kVa5 I at for iiverAnf Wm
I'l ii; 55 altn'ir .vt tut- commun to utWiuu oxtr Wttrn;
n III! -Jr.! oinev
Sotsia for shlnnina hmnds ot'evti-a l-oiiiwl-ln-.a
wiiio, musing ni ai at tne improYemeni; inciuaeu in
tile saios aru ti.tmO brls, for export at pricea wltliiu tha
range. The demand for Canadian lour ia modemi.
and without striking ohauge; sales of MSI brls. at
So liitlib Ml for common to clieioe. Bye rionr ouly in
limited request at unchanged prices. Tb. saleeoi
Oorn Meal are quite small at unchanged pricea.
v uisay is a suaue low en sales sun one. at srwsnuc.
Better export inquiry for, Wheat and market Unit.
er: sales 3, ,11110 biKhi ls Milwsukie Club at l aw. I St;
S,MW bushels fair Chicago Hpriug at $L is; l.zuu bush
ets White Keutnoky nt $1 til; S,sl bushels mixed
Spring amt Winter lted at tl 21; a.oul Ked Htate at
SI SVi tn: lll.MSl bushels Racine al SI li.l 311, 11) e
scarce and llrm: small sales at aeo. Barley dull,
heavy aud nominal. Corn heavy and deellnlng:
sales lntt,7tKl hushels at j7(u-c tor distllliug mixed
western; onsiiaoc, ror Ksstern no.; oeoniec. lor shlp-
.1 . ... . . ., .1 v-. ., 1 1 .
ll, a ,1-1.1 ,Wi IV, T. D MM n ' , , u ,. , , u . ,11,, , v.,1
steady with, moderate business duiufl,. at all(l!lfac. tor
vvesiarn, i-anaoa aou oiute.
Hide, ttrnti small sales at tA'trffHno. for BttenOt,
Avrea: other kliots uuchanged. Tallow ttrm: amal.
sales at luise, for prime. ,
I'oi-k dull and price, unchanged: gale, of AVthrls.
i au mki(.i( ju na- mess; small lota al git sioiiis;
17.17 for old mas.: Si:i02 for new nrlme: H2JOfor
old. Beef quiet and stonily: aulas of im brls. at (ten
i ,l for cuuutry prime; l-ViA -Si for country nwsst
Ii4tlJ" (or reiue,l mess; UMi(M12Ml lor extra
mi'Ss nrilua mas. Beef dull aud nominal, ' Beef
uatus gull ana unuhangea. cut Meats issesMitivo
but unchauged: soles of 240 packagea at slitfttf'so. for
liauu, aud 7'sa. tor Hhoahiers. Bacon continues
dull aud nominally uuehunged, . lava ftrm and in
fair demand: saleaof.VS! brls. at 1 1 'fcn. 1 1 4. Hollar
selling ut lKfilSc. for Ohio, and limit, tor Slate.
Vlono steady al laiiiic. ior interior to prime.
t7olT-iooiilliiiies inactive but Arm: sales of all hags
of Jamaica al IsSic. Hugarcoiiseiiueiit upon the
f'ivorutih' news from both Cuba aud Kiirope the mar
ket has further advanced !a a .iu.. with fair bu.lliess
doing lu i-vtiiiliig gruiles, wlilcn are moslly alTected
uy iu. euveno.; sale, ot ,w una. at ovawte. wi
tn LT',K"B ,"l'' renr; t, and 7iw7e. for
Porto hle. a Shrf, Meledoll Sr.; :l bnx-7 Hsvana'
!? .11" "" Molssss. In aevlve demand' sslwl
S V.!lr!?t1rw "rleaus nt loc.; 24 hhds Medilaa
' . .Jim
New York Stock Market.
i N"WaV,"'Mfy 2p- "-Hofks Irn-g-
Jllar. and genera ly lower and dull. Chicago, Bnr
U"!?V.S"A nnr. 7t: lndl.nap.il. .n"'le"..
nati, lit; Helena and Chicago. t'; Clevelsndaod
Plttshurn. II: Illinois Central Aen i 'T.
andTahMio. .K)'; . Panama, l.li: 8. so; Ml, !, ..i ' v
Bouthern, ijif; Mlohlgan Honthern fJiiarranUed ,
l 1 : Mlrhlgan Central, .lilt: H. ,10: Hnadlng! .- ., i
12 i "3 Krte.W; Mew Yorli Central Sj'SjTacltTo '," .' 1
Cmteti'iTf. ytw mk ruw,."'ii.'- ' "
. l- I il i , IS' it .-it .' , . i.
PHiLAnriPBtA, May M. Ftouf- declined:
TrS, i!.1! , M f f-w-W.'to.t s.ir-rSa.
t i""- Bed at 91 to'i I 4. and White at
',' S'!-.,ui -'."a Tl' V". Yellow nt 74
Ss7ae. I'rovlslons dnll. Lnrd. in kaav. ubsi.iae
Whisky dull at lianc. ' Wnyiac.
coming up at the rate of
with the river falling gradually a that
nominees ior many niltee neiow.-
Tha rJ.au, iai .l-nll.
betwecu here and Louisville, fast'night, was alione
ten feel, and we shall probably havo.awteov two
Store feet here before Baturttay evening. . .
The weathsir renalna s.,a ..4 . ,,1 f - it. ...
shower of yesterday morning doing little tn e.-o4 tho
ntmospbsrv,. Yesterday aud last night were period-. '
loaiiy i lonny, witn strong Indications of more rain.
- A moearate Oegree or activity wa observable on '
tn Wlutrf yesterday morning, hat busiiHSM s'ner-.
ally was qnlet, ami freight, were limited in qaan-
my. i ne carrying rapacity of me resits In port went
far In advance of the oaVrlngs. Bates were without
any particular change, aud w. quota aa ioUowai - -.-
Piihtmrm Cotton, Mr.: Molasssa, 6.1c.; Whisky,
nc.; r lour, sue; Pork and Lard, Ale.; Pound freight
lllc. per Hit U.
faai itfe.-Whlsky,joT brl 7Ao.; Clover-Med, sne.t i
Ale, Mic.; Flonr,4.V).; Pound Freights, 3tnl3So. par Ion. ,,
. loais. Heavy Pound Freights, iv. par tins
llsi.; Whisky and Oil, at, per barrel; Htovea, 3SCI "
Ale, Mte. per barrel. .
"',,'r,:Wh,""' n'1 Hi barrel.
Waa-e.-Whlsky nnd Ull, mm. per barrel; Pt aaut '
Freights, J.. per llsiaonads.
hrw OvUia.Whl.ky and 011,90c ' Plow toe.! Po
tatue. aiid Apple., Mir.: Pork, 7.V.; Bacon in hhds.,
!.; and olhes Pound Freights. SMaMAc. per m lb..:
Kes Lard, lac.; Uoracs lu per hsaa. JUoblnery
. Yesterday'. Plttabarg IMstMwk ohaervea:
There waa n atodevately brisk bn.lnees on tb '
wharf yesterday. The weather waa eleen- nnd pleas-
nt, and under the influence ef the recent rains, Hat
river eontinned swelling slowly up to nooq yester
day, wkau it oame to a stand, with twelve and a
hslfreet water in th channel by the pier-mark..
The arrival. Include the DacoUh, from Memphis,
and the Wheeling packets Baker and Cheviot-Ilia
two latter bjaua clearing again for Wheeling In tha
evening. The Hnllman, for St. Louis, Clara oe, for .
Nashville, and Kconomy to Louisvlll. clenred nltU, -lair
The Klitslssippl Blver at Memphis wa atlH falling I
Monday, nnd so fares htnl from wa in tlissam ;
condition above and lielow. At last accounts th
river at Vickshurg waa lower at that place than wa
ever knowu at this season, and still declining, with
no Indication of rain, the weather beiug hot and
Tuesday's Nashville paper, report Mi Onmherlshrl r
receding slowlj with Av. (eel, wator on iiarpstk
Yesterday' St. Lmi. SspaWfosa Inform vai:''J ' . ' '
The river here swelled one Inch on Tuesday night, ''
aud was stationary yesterday, Up to laal evaaing '
the swell nsd amounted to about three inchee.
There la aeven feet In the channel up to Cairo, nnd
the water in eome placea very dimcult to find. "
The Illinois Kiver Is falling and must be very lew.
The lest report was three feet iu the channel below
l'eoria, and thirty inches above that point.
The Upper Misaisslppi has been and hi .till rising
a little There Is four aud a half fret on tu I pper
and thirty. Tour Inches on the Lower llaplds. Below ,
heokuk there Is live) and a half feet scaiit. The
Keokuk packet yostorday reported a rise of thro :
Inches at heokuk, and there was a prospect of .till
Tho M Issourl Biv.r I. vary low and dim call to nav
igate, and Is still railing. There ia three and a half :
test'fn the channel from Weston down. Several
boats have had a gnat deal of trouble In that stream
u !, which lias proved disastrous to their trips.
Th. weather is warm and ahowory. Business oa
the l.veo dnll.
The Ohio at this point ikwuw eUmnrv '
at anlte an early hour yestarday log, sunt ahont
ten o'clock began to swell very slow ly, having risen
up to last evening about iwittr' sneheA-when Ma--. '
naif, tuxiuath an ssinr.i
ete Was ten feet of wat
rrfeols Telegraph, Louisville; ' Bostons. Ports-'
mouth: Prioress, Madison: Weaona, Nashville; Ha- "
ael ltafl. Memphis; W. W. Farmer, New Orleans: ,
f "1 l,r!"1j.'"' Louis; Allen Colllu, Kanawha Blveri
Ilunlalth KevHIe; thssly Friend., Pittsburg; Urantt
Turk, Bt. Louis; Courier, Wheeling.
isjiensresTelegrsph, Louisville; Prioress, Msd
Ison; M,e. Motiell.n, Dock: Olendale, Memphis;
SrTurk. W. W. Farmer, tlttsburg; hasel Ttell! 'v
W heeling; bnuleith, .Neville ; Clipper, Nashville; r
Ohio No. J, Marietta; Boston, Porlwnoath.
A TJCTIQN BAI.R-BY KBttonO W1L
J. LlAMh,8ls-rooni 4 and Kt Thlrd-.treet.-TH18
tFridayl MoBNINU, May 14, nt tt, ;,
o clock, a general assortment of new and second
hand Parlor, Chamber, Dining-room and OfBoe Fur- '
ALSO On new largo Iron Safe, Dodda 0., ., i
makers ; on. second-hand Piano.
ALBOPlated War., Cutlery, and a variety of "
other Ooods, ate. A, KKl L(H.il, Anctimaeer. '
AUCTION SATjB BT C. J. W. BMITB -Po.-Itive
Bale of Valuable Property on Iflnth
treef, between Western-row and John, and on'
Richmond-street, between John and tlouod.-WIIL ,
fck,,.'idS.t Pub'l auction on Tl'KSDAY AFTKR- ,
NOOIJ, May as, at o'clock, on tho premise, that
valuable Lot, No. 94 Ninth-street, between W.st- '
ern-row and John. The lot I. 77 feet front by lu t.
deep, and will be sold in aeparat Iota or tog.tb.r. .
to suit purchasers. .1
..'i".!'."? S0"0 Ihree-story Brick House and Lot.
No. S6 Richmond-street, between John and Mound. ,
The house hen nine rooms, double parlors, bal h-'
room, gaa, Ac, and furnished In the best style. The
lul (!,"' f"1' we-doep. Titl. perfect, halo
positive. Term, made known at tale.
I C. J. W. BMITU, Auctioneer,
ya ! M1 Mrne-atrset.
itive Bale of a- targe- Lot on the oorner of
Kighth and Accommodation-streets. Will be sold '
at publio auction on MONDAY MOBNINU, May
an, at 3 o'clook, on the premises, that large and val
ue hi Lot on the corner of Kighth and Acconimod-,
U on -at roe la. being us feet front on KightU-street .
and 118 feet front on Aocommodatlon-atreet, being
a triangular lot, and suitable for draymen, haok
mK." f'" rowof hones,.nd will be poattlvely
old to th. highest bidder. Title perfect. '
Terms of Hale One-fourth cash, balance In one, '
two and three years, with six per cunt. Interest.
. .. . I 0. J. W. SMITH, Auctioneer, ,
mil ... 1 . -.. , ti Stitl Vine-street.
AlICTIOW 8AI,E-Bf COOPIB4STOK1I61: i n '.
AdJumed Bale of Sixteen ChoicitXota on Dud
ley and .Freoniau-atreeta.-On FRIDAY ArrKlt--,1
NOON, May will b aold al public Auetion, at ' '"-
a uuiutt, i,s tue preniuves. iweivs cnoic tol-ii':
Land, on tha wast side of Dudley-street, between
Waile and Idberty, being from 3 to 35 leet front aud '
U2 dun, tongs-foot alley. . t
ALSO Immediately after the above, on Lot ou
th wort aid of Kreeui an -street, between liberty '
end Poplar, feet front by Iwi deep to an llv.
On Lot on Freeman-street, adjojuina th. afioTC, .
l feet rrontbyiudeeptoan alley .
One Lot on Freeman-street, adjoining the above, '
90 fcot front bf hi deep, more or lose, - - . 1.1
One Lot on Freeman-street, aJwinlng th alio.
SS feet front, more or leas, by 7ft deep, more or less.
Terms of Bale Ouo-tnarth oash, balane in one,
two aud threo years, with six per real. Ititereat nn.
Bilally, aecuref by mortgage nn the premises. . .
myM jCOOf KB BTOKgrf, Auctioneers, '
A lCTIQN SALK-BY O. J. W. BMITH.-Fonp ' i
-cm Uisxl Buck Houses and Lots 011 Olivomtreol, ':i .
between western-row and John -street Will Ik, .
(old at publio uutivu.nn MONDAY Ak'TKRNHON A
May 1H, at 3 o'alorlc, on tlie.nrt'mUnia, Ibur good two-.il '
story nrlck nouses, of Tonr rooms, kitchen, cellar, .,uii
fc., in ech housa, aud linmhed In the liost styt"' J
kach lot Is IS feet front 1 114 de, n. oa tbw murth'Ml 1
side of Wiyer-stroet, bolween kVwstera-aroW' anrl ill Mi
John, and will be positively aold to the highest buj-,
Terms ot bale One-half cash, ealano In OAS mOA vit-vt
two years, with six per cent. Interest. . . . . ,
. I . till W. JMIVH S,.etAa W '
my 11 "r - , No. SMI Vlne-streit.' ' 1 '; f-
WT JACOB RTtAVP A CO. ;
A Fifty Its
tlia H,aim.Viii. AH.tiei..a la lha' "
City of Nswaort, Ky.-Will bv sold slPublK Auctlo., .1
f " " 1 s as iftBouvii, may rf-i, at o vi
the premises, VUty LoU, on Aun, Cabot, Columbia. .
Putuani and Orchard-streets, In tho Busua-Vl.tn
Ailditioa tu the city of Newport. . ., nte. r 1:
Terms of 8ale-rUnethird, cash: balaaoe fn one and
two years, with elx per cent. Interest, secured by
mortgageoa Lh prcuilsna. Title iudisputnlile, and
am povisi.v,, , lejtwo wsrt r r , Auctioneer,
Na lri Kast Fourth-street.
KM! A TN. Iu pursuauee of an order of thePro
bate Court el Hamilton County, Ohio, I win offer at -'' 1
uibllc sslo, ou tlss premises in said county, on TUKH-. .1, -DAY,
tbelxth dnyoiJuM, 1 sou, at 10 o'clock AT M ,
thrimwlag real estatsof Willia llAl i-ileeawsed, 1
w't: All that, piece or parcel of land hung in n
Hamilton (untyl, 0 being rtof actlon aT Town. . ..
shin a, M fraetlouai Range, Cn th Miami purchase, ' .
and part of th h'orth-eaet auarter ut said awectoni .11
Pegiiiuiug' at Ui South-west corner of said ilall -
land-on which he now Uvea and running North
w ith his Un Airfr poles; theao. .Weat with Jcwes' "
una eigut isiiea; wience noutli, parallel with the Bret
menlioued Hue. 4 nule; thnoe Kast eight peine to
the place of hegiiniiitg
two aores of lnd
ssl.l William Hall, deoeasetl, hr Isaac Jb'erria a4
1: uruis- ih. I-ai.asi isms ba
nd ei.se. re to
wile, By aeeil, tx-siiug dnlo Us re 7, IKI. -
Tub aold aubjtct to Ui widow's dowerof $4 pep1 n""
year, as assigned her. Aptiruiscd at 2efl. ., ., -.'i nil
Terms of sale fliis-thlnf uash in hand: the r .1-
malnder In equal sinus at. six said twelve months,. , .'
Irom the day of sale with intoxvat, to be ssoored by ti:,l
mortgage ou tbe promise. ' JKHMK NILkJi,,
AmiulatrntorofWm. Hall, dee'd.
An rmii-"H pi-nriiiiiutui, i-jr jnj itm,- t w,r
a.f nntlJohii T. ltf-r.lt. u.-iwduM. ia lit ii.p,a ,ll,w'r
MIUM.IM hereby itftim-dthevt un tUolM dmf ( Man "'iV
PI-VvWlH tiW4 UMir MfillAB In MidCnurt rtyvi
Ing Tor tlie -uUiimu . a TniU to ltWn f -
kioo OS I -0,011 lttrimthiauf Kmii iAt. , ar Vitath.
sVtND tlt 1 1
i' Htiw.divb,ld.h. Olm-hintif hr.lfl iht ..! Cl
Ihrt will of ltitrlti.nl fiiull. iIahwhmI, until Ann
H'tnn, wife of mi.! UtHirxo W. JIhuii, wtuiiii 1.11
iwiiiy..wo Fttm, nuu ur oilier reitoi. ipfictiuaiiia
miul imwfr ou or bt'l'uro tlia tiili duv nf Juiim. Imwi.
r, lu Ut'fHiilt, Kn urderwitl In) ilumi.l'd iu nrHywl
t.r iu .mid politiuu. W. Ii. PUUjJAlWO, Atty.