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-tOST." roCND,-J "BOARMNO." sU.-Ao-1
WmlB, ra4artfess kaeftnts, .x-'"-wi
IwM f,.r Marats
t" ' HfTina-A.i girls, rhambannalita,
KJt all V r)-.,a-f, b-inwl-rsrl. jal-b
L '""'"i1 MI-rr, Nln'.h and M.ln,
In.l I ''Jvnjinnr YvlljtnlKMitts m.n, ?m -J"
.litsjawl imnlna for a fcmll, f u Mrsnns!
fcariu.1,1. Apr. t A08 Osv.ntli..trBet.
r.i. - "Mil ma or nix rnoms. nv
ravins ton,,,, .Kant not tn avoaart Inn. Art
"" ""' . ft. VniHBr.SU I". (I.
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1 il l? . . ZSTI " "im.B, tr tnts t,
lEIi f.'i'.'i .'-""" Km r.mrlh-
' '''' 'i' I 'file. JrS-tr
'n",i hY n Mn. la wall
IIII to ark, If required. AMra L. P., Praas
""OS. . i.i ka
mY-JNTFBh-tO TRAMS-Tim lt In rv,Tlr...
.svVau.. liV 7"w-m, 7 nf front or no
Hflh mill Broadway, jaj-b
y-ANTKn-TF,H CRHTR-mrk In tha eonvle.
to!' lnii"! "h" "' hlra h.r llkmaw,
Irt .JO,,NH8 'nry, Nlntk mai Mnhi. l'UIn
no com uS (ruw t cxtraurdluur lorn Ka.
lyANTRIKJlM aoklnir Hnatlon. u i-lerkl,
!jg-yln,"-'tr'"'- - lio-"') MAIjK A CO.
"YANtKn-TltV CriNTH-HI. flrt Imm.W,
;J' .? Mlni,f"r o of b 1. very chrs
w,h"il"n honnlinir r lilraMilr and two
hlMron ( Itoth orar twain mn old l la jiritM
Mnuljr, (Till pI'MX't I'K-.tlnn. A room with line
luriw W wrilild .ior. Tcrm modonto. Ad.
n pi hit r i op, iv, mn omoo.
VTANTRn-mrMHRR t)OARTKRR-At tht
w I'ennBylrnnU Hotol, Oolnmlilo. Ntw fnrnl.
tnrind plwmnl roonm; IkmiiUKiiI ud hrllhr lo.
rMion on thr Llttl MiAtlll Umilr.it Thrw. mU...
nr tniliM frim city dullr. and Hrs linn of om.
ylbUM. IVndlrl.in chicIim IpVi. Bruxlwtir and'
mwor irnei mrt nnm minatx. rim-rliuM
, board, ami cliargm modtraf. UUIandaso.
. WANTK9-T0 KXf! HASOK-tnwa tandu .
" . o itS' 'jffi o"!""- In fitr or vicinity. Aaplr
to C. W. AlAGItt, Jiu. XI i Walnut-Siw-t, ua
"lr- . 1 : i - ; i ; : jl d
"V'A,,''',-'KI'T-J1' ovorr' Mrt of th
ciunlry, to wll tho mrwt perlVrt pnulo thr
luvyntud. It hi aoniotliinK new, an article
' .!'."".,.r mni rlc,aa wall ai a araat cnriosity, and
will aall rapidly. Hand ona dollar to ma by mail, to
Yellow Hprh,., Ohio, and yon will rrorlra, noelaxe
tree, tnroe of tliem, with tnitrnrtiona and term to
?." 'yn "' t take holil of nouirthhn that
will pay, In any part of tha o.nulry, I his la the
"of"- o mUtake. and ao rink, aa the tint lot
will bring yon more than the amount paid.
. JJ-'f A. A. MORTON.
'inlTKn ARRtAOi: paintkrs Attbk.
k HON A tint-rate Oarrlaite l'alntar cn And
Fiiinlovniant with tha Union (larrhtm Ho. Adilrrw
UNION I'ARKI At! K COMPANY. Miini-h.in0lwar
Ooenty, lud- iuy3l-aw) g. B. MOKIiHOlKi;.
, 'V'','r,!D A Tonn man of irood aliilltlaa li
doelrona of obUiuinn aaltnaUuai aa Clark or
nonk-kfM'per In noma railroad oflloe, produce ana
commlMioK or wholeaala nonce, in a good penman.
f. quick and corrattt at flf uree, and nnderaUndii donbla
rntry tiook-keipiiijr. Jmniadleta employment na
"hject more than aalary. Addraea A. B., Paitr
li'ran OfUca. , myw-aw
WANTRD There are many person la all part
or tho country wanting something to do,
and to all each we will say that, by Inclosing tha
mall snru of tea caata la postajsa starapa, yon will
- receive a rirenlar which will enable yon to engage
In a pleasant and paying business. Try it, and voa
JU Rtiied with Ota mutt. , llimt to Box
l,19lt, OinctEoatl, Ohio. - ' J hi it
FOR RAIiE-An Ttallau Orer-honnd SLUT.
bo seen at 40 Kaat riflh-strect, In the
POE MALK-Olt KXCHANOK-A rarm of 240
M- acres, in Koas Ouaiity, Ohio, near :lillll
jothe; noma W or seres lmprovedl log honsa. SO
Will sell on long time, with small panmimt JKiL
uowa, or aasbauga fua aevrhandise, or property In
or near tha city, and pay aome money If reaalreil.
Vat particulars, apply to TA1 LOH VaBI), 10
vkBa-alreot. i , ,, i JeS-o
'fjrOR HALK-OR TRADE Soda fonntaln Ap
: - aaratus, ooaatning of cooler with tab, and dmil
with pipaar lj) OinnplaUi order, and six syrup bottlca,
Vrioa, till. Apr 6 adttrasv to-J AM JEs HAKIIlrJ,
jio. ftl High-street. jej-b
ITWK 8ALK-VACANT LOT-That beantlful
JL1 Lot adjuiaiog my house, being 33 feat la front,
V'.100..'?". N"-?? Hopkins-street. Apply to
1 J. L. HICKMAN, or HICKMAN A KHl tL. jeia
' YJWTt HAl.H-aAW MILL A near and ralnaMe
f Htaara Haw Mill, In tine running order, sttuatwl
on tha M Isaisslppl River, In the town of Clinton,
Ulntoa County, Iowa, opposite fulton. III. Tha
Iioa Branab Of the Chicago and Ualena Union
Kailroad crosses the river at this town, near the
mill, and tha ears are running to Cedar Rapids, HI
milea Wast, Tha facilities Tor procuring logs and
the sale and demand for lumber are good, and con
atantly Inoreealiur, with very remunerative prices,
making the business profitable and entirely safe, as it
is exclusively ch. Will be sold at a bargainor
leased to responsible part ite on lavorabla turma. J'or
further particulars apply to
' i " JNO. WAOflONER, !
Baal Kstate and (ieneral Agent,
98 West Msth-at., opp. V. 8. Hotel, (ap stain)
Room No. 3, Ciucimmtl, O., I
,Tj1Hi-ll'' or of ISAAC BALDWIN,' I
Je2 I': Cllutou, Iowa.
X f pOU. JAI.K-ntaam Xnglne and Boiler, bow in
(, M? use at tit. H and 101 Waluiit-stract, where
f Ihercaa be seen at anytime.' Kngine-HJylinder, 8
Inch diameter, stroke 3 feet, governor and Judsnn
. valve attached, aud cast-iron bed. Boiler Length,
. SJ fret, dlaiueler, 3 luches.
mysl-tf . HARRISON At WILSON.
POK ALK-A smn Enrine, Roller-ran, Cu
pola, lMpes, Ac., all tn eompleta running order,
at a great bargain.' Can be seen in operation t tha
at a great bargain. Can be seen in operation '
Kovrlty Iron foundry, S33 Fourth-street.
rap2-tf ADAAI8, PKUKOVER A
"iJWR SATiB A good Brick Dwelling-house, No.
' -av f.S, north -aide of Herenth-street, between
Vina aud&aca.' It oontafns nine rooms, hide hall,
as, closets, Ao, Ioulra at the Seminary. No. 4.
,. apJa-tf , . ', JOnKI'II UKUKON.
-I 11 l ' ' i
. T OXT-On rourth-streat, a WATCH-CHAIN and
M.4 KKAL. Dr. 110V. K, corner Irourtu and Main-
streets, will reward the fudor. je3-b
, f OMT-A MOTK-Tor 127(1, dated Juno I, liten,
. , JLi payuble twrlve months after date, with Interest,
drawn by Henry McNieolMu favor of Dr. J. Koth,
" Ail psrsoiu am warned not ai purchase aald note. .
, .;,.,.. ,, . -. . . ,JVbJ .. .. , 1
! T OrIT COW On Friday. Juna 1, a yellow Cow;
'Mi white spot over the kidneys aud at tho butt of
the left honi; short-turned horns. Any person re
"' turning her to J Tuird-atmet, between Binitli and
I'm k, wiU be rewarded.
k T OrtT-A CBBOR -fcatodMay.il, ISM, for 1190,
M-A ftrnwn by Juhu Uoblumn. on (JUnior, Dauup 4
Co,,pylg U lMrvr, Pyinont htu bcn Uipd.
ThrHnlTwlHh ultbiy rvwurd-d br lr-avloRit t
falu'uritr Couut.nK-room. W. MctKAM. j3-b
, OMT B BK A8T-PI if 0 TkarHrUy ttvtt. bm
MJ twtl Hbillilo'i Htura mail the Hptmoer Hou
lm4by Viu and HcondH.tnMit), a BroMt-aia, twl with
t.rnatt,iMiTitMiiriuf hair in the otHiter. Any va
liiulti.if tha abvve will b iniia4tr rawarded, on
Mtvh.H it at lr. M. WILLIAMb'H Offlca, Cumniar
iial building, cornar of Hc aud aVourth-mr ln,
X T-BKACKMCT-Oa VrMr araidnff, al-aity'i
iti rimX baud tubl Brailut, avt with unttjia or
; Bwi lay a MtAArii fHtxt broKOli tMlt of oa aldti. Loat
ou Third -.Lwt, btwee& Lm aud Park, or rourtli
ttfwi, batwaan I'ark mnd 8niUb. Any partmn 1. tid
ing tha aautti and returning it to Mo, A Merchant'
:&ihaiiga, Watuut-atriMttf Wtwean Fourth aod
I b .urtably rawar4ad. -
BAAKDING-A large, handsomely-furnished
flout room, with gas. Also, two utuer rooms,
SP furulshad er uitturuUued, lor tanillles or single geu
tletuau', with privilege of balha, at 104 Klui-atre.
friit, ,,Mrr.- -ri...f r-
nOARPINU.-A gentleman and his wife, or
two single gentlemen, cau be accommodated
7 avittv large Jivot youmi also, roou (ur two pouuif
gentlf men. in a huiioe with moitiirii conveniences,
. aud oulr a fW iMiardora. Apply atyT Mouud-stn-et,
'I'tetweAO t.w.iworih and ninth, I t job
IfllARIHNH-Large and airy furnished, mms
. Ji r families, with board. Board aad lodging
torslnale Ho:li nien. Day boarden can as acooai
. raodslo.l at lt Byuanvore-stiset, between Kith aad
.1- Hlifh. West sl.ln. mrno-aivs
tin efseggTwgyjgsr 1
'vxna m vMoj-kisllM Lansoaud well fnralshed.
, . .1' nh im, closets, An., In a pirate lamlly. wh.
..6 b.-,.!.. are kopl. Awily at No. 73 ltOUgworOi.,
V7HIK It K NT A KOOss-ttuilabla as a
- ..v uilllutiit iumi
' js,' room nir ivu young bucb, wi
) at No, 111! Wast rourth-street.
.MIR WltNT'-l'WBMiINa--'VerT aealraata
.ILliMV-io. at 4 I Wm r-otk;reat. Meat.
!i I.K -BI H. , mil" A CO.,
!, N-J- Pearl-street. t.arge and Prremntorr
sl Hf Treehi Penqithn, Htaiibt and Fsni-T Try
I.ns, Acj at Auction. Wa Will sell, on WKDNKd.
AT MORNIHil, June, it nine o'clock, for cask,
troths, Cassimeree, Sstinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Reaca
tasslmcres, Linen Drills, Irish Linens, Linen TV
meH'I'ithsjlncasi amortad rrints; r rasas XWck
Misjins; Jnftplei-ee aaaorted Bnraava anil Lawns; a
line orvtirv superior J' and Swiss Kmhroldariesl
S ann in-ltich Hleck Silks and J'ancvKllks. a line
or Sue Silk aad Huin Parasols; tno jnaen ansorted
J Hose and nolr Hose, superior Linen fisinlkerchbls,
Ihbons, Wllk Mitts, line Silk Lace Points, c.l
In nfHilk Baraga and Stella Shawls. . ' .
ALHII-I5 cases asaorted Straw (loods, consisting
of fine Bonnets, Bloomers and Flats,
ALRO-ai eases (Unta' Uaitera, Oxford Ilea, La
dles' Roots and Ml Innere.
A LSO 40 dosen Llnen-noanra and Maraelllue
Bhlrts, Spring and Hummer Clothing, Ac, Ao.
a i,ou jit uonen ttiMjp Hkirts, seven to tiitrty-nre
n. o. n I nrt5, nciionaer.
AUCTION PtAIiR-BT JACOB ORArr A CO.
Halr.rlom No. Jfa Bruit Fourth -street. Sev.
enty Iits, In tha Town of Lnillow, Kentnrky. Will
be sold at Public Auction, on MONDAY MORNINO,
June 4, at half-paet nine o'clock, on tha premises, in
the town ol LimIIow, a short distance from White
llsll or Fifth-street Ferry leuiding. seventy Lots,
esrh about rsi feet front by from 12A to l.vi feet deep.
This town is beautifully sltnated on the Ohio River,
but a short distance from the business part of Oin
clnnali, particularly Its mannlsi'tiiring portion, and
is raplilly Improving. This will ha perhaps tha last
oiiportunlty of getting a Lot from drat bands.
Terms of Ssle One-third cash; balance In one and
two years, with six per cent, interest. Title good,
and sale positive. ,
Je JAOOBORAFF, Auctioneer.
AUCTION HAJLK-Br 0. J. W. SMITH.
Piieltlve sale of hight beautlfid Lots In Corrr-
Vlilo. at the haait of Vit.atru.f 1 1 1 1 1 Al.' i 1 1 l.l
at piihlic auction on TCK8DAT AFTKRNOON. June
.'i!!i"i.iilii ? "on,h'' Premis.-s, Klght beau-
y.Q.fz. vorryviiio, as tna neaa of
VuiSHStreet iTlll. Four of the Lots being situated
on the north side of Calhcnu-street, each 2.1 feet
front by tests (eat deep; aad lour Lota on the west side
of Jeffcrson-atreet, each ll teat front by WO feet deep.
These Lota are beautifully situated Jnst outside of
the city, and will he positively sold to tha highest
bidders. Title Perfect.
Terms One.thlrd eask. halawea bi ra. ami hr.
yeara with interest.
i t. i . W. KMITH, Anctioaear,
i No. i'Al Vine-street.
A trCTION SIALK-BY OOOPKR ft STOKRS,
No. J4 East Konrth-street. t'holi e Boll, ling
Lots on Freeman and Dunley -streets.- Will be sold
t Pnbllc Auction, on MONDAY AFTKRNOON,
June 4, at 4 o'clock, on the premises, twelve lota of
bfnd on the, west aide of DiKUvy-street, between
Wade and .iberty. The lots are each feet front
by 122 fret devp to a 11 footailey.
ALSO lmmeiilately after the sale of the above,
four lota on the west side of Freeman-street, between
Liberty and Poplar, from to 3D feet front and from
711 to IIS1 feet deep.
Texas or Sai.. Ona forth cash, balance la one,
two, and three years, with 6 per cent, interest. Title
my.1l ' COOPER A STOKES, Anctlmieem.
Twanty-flwa Cants per Bottle
.,-0R-t . . . i
EWINO'S RE JU VENATOR.
' John HrlcDonnell
CIIDAY NKXT, from If Vina, above fifth, to
No. 172, East Side or Vine-street.
A ftw doora abiira Fonrth, wtiar he Tiaa aacnnd
mnclt more comuiodion unartora, whi:h lin hut
flttod tip in naat and exr?11pnt atyle. He and hip
now partner invite the attention of their frieutU and
the public to the new itnud.
myJrlflMINNilLIj aV: ATKINKON.
-A. FRENCHMAN, . .
A Umdnato mt the Holytechnlo School, of
IS.t!?!? OF OBTAIN IN fl EM.
LtnguaKe and Drawing, out be had uf him. Kofcr-
encMwiU be givenWl Atldrvaa, ADVKiiTIBKK. at
thtj OHioa. ja-b
Fortune-tclllnf and Phrenology.
. LIa PKRMONM WISHING TO KNOW
a, their future nfftWDM-tH oau havn tlmm nitrwtiw
atated bj Matlam At WIN, at ltf'A Fourth-street,
ouraerof Kltn, wliere ehe may be oonnulUnl on all
matter cuneerniuff Inve, tnarriaue, courtship, law
matters, biMineaw affairs, and will tU the name of
the lady or gentleman they will marry ; al4o the
ui tufir twikjjth. my Jt-C
CELEBRATED AND SUPERIOR
. 1 1 .- r . , . . ,, it ' -M : t i
.1 J7J 'V
. "j,'.j'c i -t 'i ii i' T""
'-. ' . -prjT UP
Especially for Summer . Use.
THKY ARB EXTRA IN 8IZR, AND OF
the most exiiuislte Aavor. No expense or labor
saved in getting them up.. Tha object was to get ap
' AN EXTRA' ARTICLE!
. Which has been successfully accomplished.
GIVE THEM TRIAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED I
. ROBERT ORR, Agent, , ;
jl-tf . 11 Depot No. 11 West Fifth-Street.
GEO VER & BAKER'S
" NEW AND IMPROVED ;
SnUTTLE OR IOCK-STITCH ;
TIIB BEST AND ONLY MACHINBS IN
tha market suitable tr all kinds of aianuiactur
lnf purpoeee, at tUa
LOW PRICE OF S50. i
aBov.nn tc bakbr,
i REWINIi If APHInTR f!0 .
68 WEST FOURTH-STREET
Hate remold tl.eS Sales-room of tha
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKING STOVE
v From Vo. 338 Fxmrth, to their new store, t
w. co it nu tt p girru ani kijti.
H: B. Orders Ibr thefbtindery remlTed as nsnal at
ur old stand, ho. 333 West Fourtlf -street, nnUl
Fruit-Can Cement 1 1
MRCLOHINOCANfl, JAKH, BOTTLE?.
W? Ao. Mautiiactory H0 Vtne-ftreet, two and a
half square aauth ot tha l.urnet Huue.
J AM Kb J. BUTJjJEE. AfnV
Oam surely auj quantity at low priuaa.
(niyl6-cmbfwl 'i f t: !
Dr. Evans's Toothache Drops.
DR. KVANM TOOTHACHE DROPS,
pretfl frai the reiine of the celebrated
American lentlst in I'aris. ror sale by i
Al.BKKT HOH8, Irnffirfst. j
' South-west corner Outral avenue and XitfhLfc. .
Glf A H D I A N 8 S A lj B.-H AIMH.TON
OOUNTY PROBArHCOllRTi No. 7. -Pursuant
k the r-unimand of an order uf aale. tome directed,
from wid duirt, I will otter at public sale, at the
rotunda of the Cuurt-huiiae In 1'inuiDtiatl, in the
count of Hamlltuu afoi-eaaid on Uaturday, the Kith
day uf June. A. I. at eleven it'ilwk A, M. on
said day, the andivlded one -eighth part of the lol
luwiua denuf HhhI veal estate, tu- iti The uu divided
onc-tilgiith part uf tliat certain iract uf land, situ
ated in the county of liamiltou, and Htate of Oh to, in
the south side of theuth-eiutt quarter of the twelfth
section, third towuhip aud flm fractional innge In
the Miami Purchase, aud particularly dntoribod as
as IVillows, vlcBKluuios; at a poiut In the south
line of the soiMi-east uunrtr of aaid section twelve,
teu aoleaeastof tha auuth-west corner of the said
querter, aud rnuuina: thenoo aastwanlly with the
said section line eighty polea aud twenty aud a half
links; t hence north five dffreee, west thirty-seven
polfs:thfuoewentwardly niiietv pole and twenty aad
ahalfliiitia. totbellueof Unds formerly owned by
Eadok Davis. de-aa-d: thoiue Huuth five dearoes,
east witli iwia bavin's line tweutv-mie potue to llnry
Hanitr's ii'rth-west corner, thenco easterly along
said Warner's north line IfD pola-i, a eoroer: theuca
at-ntheiiy aiouf Wanier'seaat liue-nlxteen poles, to
tisal OleUa uf iMiVi Ikll ill B "COll taai 111 Ult tu ta.ll tavsalttv
aores uf laud; anui elaed at $i7 hO; to be sold free of
aower. as ina propniiy or muwj lueeni, i una tic,
Terssavf sale-Oatv-thlnl in emsh mte-third tn una
aar, and uue-thlrd lu two years; djturrrd pay iueuta
j bear lnterasta and b be secured by moriutufe ttt
Onardiak of Mary Vfoosul, luuatf- J .
t f xtT, WUaiaiAMit, itwrnsy.
THE DAILY PRESS.
Xaar atAa.-Arrtvaa H,S A. M. ana 4i4 P. M..
eleaea at 1 A. M. and 8 P. at.
PaiTiaoaa, WAtaiaaroa Wanuaa. Ar
rives al 3,0 A. M. elosM at 8 P. M.
tma JUouviii.a.-Arrlvea al 11 A. M.
an tt r, M.i elnaea at 1 A. At. aad 4 P. M.
Cmcaao ant HoaTa-waat.-Arrlvaa at 11 A. kt.
aad P. u.i eloaea at I A.H. aad 4 P. M.
- a i
Who 'i going to the Summer Garden to-tilfiht.
To Advuhtibkm. The Daily Pbkm circu
lates more papers in Corlnfrton and Now
port thnn all the other Cincinnati dailies
combined. This is A fact worth remember
ing When choosing a medium for advertising.
Tri Adams Kxracm Company. We) are
daily placed nndcr obligations to this ex
cellent Company for files of late papers in
advance of the mail. Such favors are ap
preciated. , . . .
MaTanantosicaL Oanararinaa RvITanrr
Ware, Optician, June 3;
A terra aero 70
Above aero 79
A bora aero 77
Simix BtfrLninn Lnrana Faaaviv swn
Bddi.st-Strssts. This afternoon, at four
o'clock, Cooper 8tokes, Anctioneers, sell
iwumii ioij uciinwie 1UIB Ull luo Vf oei ame OI
Dudley-street, between Wade and Libertr;
and immediately after four lots on the west
side of Freeman-street, between Liberty and
rupior. ... - -. .
Excursion to this City mow TaniAVAPni ta
The members of the Yonng Men's Christian
u nion oi inuiannpoiis win maKe an excursion
to this city on Friday next, over the Cincin
nati and Indianapolis Short Line Railroad.
They will arrive here in time to take dinner
at the Burnet House, and will return in the
evening:. About three hundred enests are
Boy Throw prom a Hoaaa isn Ravanct.v
IlvJURKD. A boy about six Years of aire, arm
of Joseph Bushkamp, residing on Plum
street, between Ninth and Court, was thrown
from a horse near his father's residence, on
Saturday evening, causing a fracture of the
skull, from which it is feared be can not re
I am and all mv frianda ara rrninrr tn iia
Obsksvatioh or thr "Fourth" ir ram
TrpooRirtfioAL Union. The Typographical
Union of this city arc making arrangements
for an appropriate and pleasurable observa
tion oi uio rourm oi July, wnen iney will
probably have an excursion to some pleasant
grove down the river, and pass the day with
music, dancing, song, sentiment, promenad
ing and in such pastimes as will gratify all.
The typos have entered into this affair with
great test, and will, no doubt, carry it out
successfully, so that those who attend may
be certain of enjoying themselves in a rational
and genuine manner. , .
Fbiohtol Runaway and Accident. A
horse attached to a market-wagon took fright,
day before yesterday, on Broadway, near
Fourth-street, and dashed np the former
thoroughfare at a frightful speed, running
over a Tittle boy named Frank, son of H. D.
Huntingdon, and injuring him internally and
otherwise so severely that his recovery seems
to be a matter of considerable doubt. Before
the rampant animal reached Filth-street, the
wagon struck a large stone, demolishing it
entirely and throwing the driver, whose name
we could not ascertain, against the bowl
dered pavement with such force as to
tear the scalp from his head and fracture his
skulk to such an extent as to render his re
covery almost hopeless. He was taken up in
a wholly unconscious condition and carried
to the Hammond-street Station-house, from
which place he was afterward removed to the
Commercial Hospital. were found upon
his person, but no papers by which he could
be identified; and as he has not been able to
speak since the accident, it hag been impos
sible to discover his friends or inform them
of the occurrence. . , . ; ;
A Finr Painting or thr Madonna. At
Mr. Walsh's Book-store, No. 170 Sycamore
street, above Fifth, is a picture of the Madon
na, by an Italian artist, which, during the
past week, has attracted many persons
thither, and excited the admiration of nu
merous artists. The picture is fine, even
beautiful, when one has examined it, though
it may not so impress one at first. The face
is singularly sweet, with an expression in the
eyes of meekness, loveliness, purity, and
spirituality we have rarely seen surpassed.
The mouth is charmingly drawn and colored:
and if it have a fault, considering the sacred
character of the painting, we would say it is
too suggestive of kisses; a humid delicious
ness seems to be upon the roseate lips.
The drapery, a blue mantle, covering the
head and snoulders and the greater pnrt of the
bosom, is admirably done, aud the entire ef
fect, so iimnle. vet so decided, is Dleasureable
in the extreme, and exercises a sort of half
sentimental, Halt sanctifying influence upon
the spectator The hands of the figure'ap-
Sear too large, but they are symmetrical and
elicate. The Madonna Is said to be a copy
of a figure in the Annunciation of Raffaelle,
and we can well imagine that lovely face
the effort of the great artist to realize, on
canvas, his ideal. i
This painting has been presented to aome
one in Vevay, Ind, and will not, we regret
to say, remain in the city but a day or two
longer; so that those who wish to see the
Madonna, the best we remember to have wit
nessed in this countrr. will be comoelled to
do so sooni We would like to say more of
tne painting, ii we naa space, lor it is wen
worthy an examination, and certainly a su
perior work of art. j
It is the coolest and best place in the city.
Psrddo Gallantbt or Strrrt Railway
Conductors Rsvobiiatiom Nrkded. We
have heard, frequent complaints, and, no
doubt. Just ones, from what we have ob
served, for some two or three months past,
of the over-attention and undue gallantry or
some of our street railway conductors toward
ladies without escort who have occasion to
ride in the cars. Proper attention and care
in aiding a lady, as a gmtltmtm should, on or
off the cars, are well enough . and even com
mendable; but when these degenerate into
unwarrantable familiarities, such as seizing
unattended ladies by the arm and half en
circling their waist, they become an intol
erable nuisance, which, If persisted in, will
result very unpleasantly.
We have no idea that these things are
generally practiced, but that they are to quite
too large an extent, we feel confident. The
conductors to whom we refer will doubtless
say they desire to be merely polite; but we
can not believe them so ignorant as to mis
understand the vast difference between po
liteness and insolent familiarity. The cars
are so arranged that all a conductor need do
is to offer his hand to a lady, when, if she
wishes aid, she will accept that protTerred; if
not. sne or course preiers to taste care ot Her
self. But this idea of catching hold of a lady,
and half-encircling her form, without the
least intimation on her part of requiring as
sistance, is a piece of insolence and presump
tion that deserves something more than
mere rebuke. j
It may not be unappropriate hers to re
mark that the "attentions of the conductors
are proportioned to the youth and good looks
of the (Vmale passengers; those tiiat are very
pretty often Bnding it very difficult to escape
an actual embrace.
Of course, ladies do not like to complain of
this publicly lest they should be thought sus
picious or prudish; but that they do so pri
vately, we Know; and we, therefore, advise
the managers of our roads to look m this
matter, and see that the practel is discontin
uedj while we counsel the offending parties
to be, in future, less obnoxiously familiar to
ladies who happen, to be uuatteuded. This
pseudo gallantry of street railway conductors
has become positive annoyance. If not an
evil, and the sooner it cwtses the better for
all parties eonoernad, , j
Departure of the Hall-Franklin Research
Hall, of this city, on bis expedition in search
the remains of Sir John Franklin, the
New York Tvibune of Friday has the follow
ing: i '
T'0n Tuesday morning Mr. C. F. Hall sailed
from the port of New London in the whale
ship ilrorf Jltnrg. Captain S. O. Hadding
ton. The design of Mr. Hall expedition Is
ta-o-fol'l! first, to survey the unexplored re
gion lying between Cape Willoughhy and
the' eastern entrance to Fury and Hecla
Straits; secondly, to endeavor to gather ad
ditional particulars respecting the rnte of Sir
John Franklin's expedition. Mr. Hall is of
the opinion that there may be still living
some of that company, who are held in bond
age, or are living among the Northern and
Western tribes of Esquimaux, hnving be
come In a measure Identified with their man
ners and customs, and, fearing the. peril and
danger attendant upon a journey of several
hundred miles over untrodden cround. have
settled down with the people of their neces
sitous choice. To these he will offer the
means to return to their country and friends.
gather from them the full particulars of
the fate of their romrianions. During his
journeyings he will moke observations on
me dip, variation ana intensity or tne mag
"Mr. O. W. Rodt-ers. who built the boats
for the expeditions of De Haven, Kane, and
Hartstein, took the contract, and built a
boat in many respects resembling those in
use by whalemen. Her dimensions are as
follows: Length, 38 feet; beam, 7 feet; depth,
incnes. She will draw, when loaded.
about eight inches of water. She is pro-
viueu wun one mnnr, on wnicn are set a
mainsail and jib. At each end of the boat is
store-room or locker, snfflcientlv large to
accommodate one person with good sleeping
ajjai iiiitnio, nunc a nearj canvas awiiing is
spread for the shelter of the crew. For
traveling over the ice and snow, a sledge is
Jrovided, on which the boat is set, and
rocked along by the crew. When the wind
lavoranie. tne sans will De set to aia the
crew in their labors."
"Cuc-la-ja-ah. an Esquimaux, a native of
the west side or Baffin's Bay, sailed with Mr.
Hall, and v ill go with him on his boat jour
ney, acting as his mate and gnide. He will
trust him. in a crreat measure, in the selection
his crew. He is an experienced whale
man, ana is tnorougniy conversant witn the
region into which Mr. Hall desires to nene-
trate. Tuesday morning was ushered In by
light breeze and a balmy air. At an early
nour small boats were Dusy taxing tne crew
the vessels. At about 8 o'clock the Ama
rat took her place astern of the Qtorgt Henri,
and in a few minutes the tug-boat O. ir.
(Iter started, having both vessels in tow.
The breeze was very light, and the cheers
from the ship were gradually dying away as
the tug hastened them away to sea.
"A large concourse of people gathered to
see them off. At 11 o'clock all sail was mode
on board tho vessels, the tow-line cast off,
and the tug turned her head homeward. Mr.
Cornelius Grinnell, the Hon. J. N. Harris,
Mayor of the city, and several of the prom
inent citizens who accompanied Mr. Hall
down the Bay, bade him the lost farewell, and
the party returned to the city, arriving about
o'clock. : He seemed in excellent spirits, and
never for a moment showed any hesitation or
want of confidence in his proposed under
taking. Cud-la-ja-ah was in good humor,
and seemed plexsed to think be would be so
soon at this icy home. Mr. Hall expects to
be absent from three to four years."
The admission to the Summer Garden is
only ten cents. s
School Library—Its History—Publication of
Libraries, more elearly than any thing elee,
mark the progress and'satus of a community.
If education and literature are confined to
the few, libraries will be altogether private,
or formed upon principles which must neces
sarily exclude the mosses; and the collection
is a fair index to the character and attain
ments of the collectors. But, free and cheap
subscription libraries, are indices, not of the
acquirements of a few individuals only, but
of the community at large; and when sue.
twined bv lesislntlve taxation, can be taken
as conclusive evidence that the great majority
of the people ore fully aware of the necessity
of better facilities for reading than con be
afforded by private individuals cenerallv.
The free, or public school library, of Cin-
. : A r.j i . i. - i. . c . i. 1. j
V1UI1AM, IV UCVIUVUIT tiro wni UI sua BUUU
in tne went, ana promises to increase in use
fulness, in a ratio much greater than the in
crease of population. It owes its origin to
the school law of 1853, which provided a
tuna tor tne purchase or books tor library
purposes, to be distributed among the differ
ent school districts in the State, in propor
tion to the numner or youth uerein, entitled
to attend the common schools. . . - r
This enactment, if it had been literally ad
hered to, in thia city, would have created a
uumoer oi Binau uoranea, mereny greatly
impairing the usefulness of each; it was,
therefore, deemed best to form one central
library, to be open to the whole city, aud,
accordingly, 'the necessary . arrangements
were mode for that purpose.
The first purchase of books amounted to
about fifteen hundred volumes, and was made
In 1 UK.il - a. V.A .on.. ;mA A ....
i. luuup nu win win. wiuc, n hi nv vfito
entered into with the Ohio Mechanic's Insti
tute, to add their library, containing about
six tnousana volumes, to this collection, thus
enabling the enterprise to be inaugurated
with a sufficiency of books to make it at
once respectable ana attractive. . .
During the years of 1856-7, the public tax
was suspended, and the library received no
accessions, except from private individuals;
the nrinciDol or which was what ia known
as the "Shield's Collection." consisting of
bve hundred volumes, or which three hun
dred have already been received.
By a contract with the Ohio Historical So
ciety, weir boons were UKewise placed in the
alcoves of the free library, and have since
been open for reference, but not for circula
tion, t . V t
The library tax having been reinstated in
1858, during that and the following year,
large additional purchases were made, the
shelves and alcoves entirely rearranged, and
the reading-rooms enlarged to accommodate
the rapidly increasing number habitually re'
sortine there. i
The repeal of the tax, by the last Legisla
ture, suddenly checked the growth or the
library, just aa it had arrived at a point in its
fortunes in which aid was most needed, and
when its usefulness began to be fairly ap
oreeiated. '. . '' ? .
The following table of circulation (that of
tne last month ot tne present year being es-
uiuabbuj uiBpenses wim su j - necessity lor
comment upon the popularity of the institution:-
ill :' V:'i ..
Year. St. at Readers. Srculuttom.
lW-7,....., J.IIU 20,17V
tBoT-S..........!,!'.! i : 47,eeo
MH-V ....... AM S1.7S7
7,H - W.IJUO
mis table exhibits, not only the great in
crease of readers, but of the number of books
taken out by each. During the first year the
average per reader was 8H; duridg the sec
ond, U4; during the third, ll; and during
tne fourth, la i-o. i
' There is, no doubt, but the increase of both
readers and circulation, would have been
much greater during the lost year, had the
books been catalogued. But from various
causes this has been delayed from time to
time; but it is now definitely arranged that
it shall be ready for use when the rooms are
reopened on the first of July. It contains a
list of over twenty-two thousand volumes,
and is so arranged after the most approved
manner. It will contain two hundred and
eight double-column octave pages, is printed
ou superior paper, and with good type.
There is little doubt that the number of
readers, during the coming year, wiu be
doubled. The looms will be closed fur the
two weeks preceding the first of July, when
they will be again opened to the public. '
The best selected company is at the Sum
r.. . - . .i , i ui i u-M'- , I
' Prudbry's Tia Stori. Qo to the north
west corner of Fifth and WalnuUatreets foi
richly-flavored Teas of any and every brand,
Nrw Rradinu. Tbo New York and Bos
ton weekly papers for lost week can be had
ol U. A. Leswss. Mo. 'is west Ciixlu-etreet,
He also receives the New York eUlllet reg-
ularlv. ....... I ' : 1; 7
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ART.
1 T f i 'f ' ft
Wood's THKATTtnThe enffiinent of
Annul Incatf ttri.t..ah.tfiRii. tor4 !
tmt.i' AM iwfcrtMri Ur.n k "MedM''
"I.PCTTIU "fen," iM fJ-rmi 1 ,
nd In fch of thfW fru til wrrTl ieo.v1, aJ
thouffh tb nndlenftef wvr nil mnck mnrailender
tha br mmi-IU 4m utieJ. Sb U ftoMeAil p tar
tot, n correct re1er, nnd dm cnnM.ftombI power
which unfortunately Kit tohnurta brfora reftfhfnf
the iMt act of ft p!y.. fhe mnt lnnrn to mrrre her
enerclvW, nd with oAtlmd pat ftnt ffttidy mar
ret Decotne what ihe now mrlr ftpproachee. a fine
acti-tat. .rrf'S .rM' 7
This renitif J. R. Hall will hare a benefit. He
an Bounce a dramatlMxl VenJon of T. 8. Arthur',
itorr of Tm Night i Bm-ivom, in connection with
neltr entitled B. B. r Urn Bmtkirn Boy'$ Arrival
Pikr'h OrttBA Houoa- Thr Patti Ookoerti. A de
Una Pattl wai remarkable oh I Id, and-etranire aa
It may seem hu grown to be a rrmarkable woman.
If wo may bellore the Km tarn critics. Fry, of tha
New York TWohim, says "ihe executes better than
Jenny J.lnd, and about equal U Itontac;'' and Ba
den, of tha fea4 TMa,rera that she h a rrt
Mlnffor.4 Huch eneontuma upon a girt- who has not
yot seen the beauties of twenty Junes, to one at all
dlapoeed to be skeptical, very naturally sugireet the
qmatton, Is tha artiste (Teat as she tt rtfnmntM. or !
arathotfritlcs mistalieu.' i , -
The lovers of innate In Cincinnati will hare an
opportunity to jndjre for themselves to-morrow even
ing. Tho vet of tho press and the people of the
Kast will sin In concert at tho Opera-house, and
the curiosity, already excited, to sea her, we doubt
not, will fill tho establishment with the lorera of
rt. . - - !
B flu noil, Ferri, Jwc and afadaW Btrakosch are
also In the company, and the programme comprises I
a number of tha moat noiisar operatic ire ma. The
box-ofl.ee Is now open, and as live hundred tickets
to the first eetrOfcrt hev alreadr been aoM. we re-
speotfnlly sug jrest, to all who desire to attend It, the
propriety of securing their seats at once, more par- I
ticnlarly because eligible poeltiots may be procured j
without extra charge. j . .
Hpaldiho 4 RoqxmV Ciacus. The audiences 1
attracted to the City Lot, during tha stay of Hp. I fl
ing ft Rogers's Circus, were among the largest and
beat-pleased that have ever attended entertainments
of this kind tn Cincinnati. Tha ostabllshiMnt la
one of the most complete we have ever seen, aud In
each of Its departments has ft number of performers
who, in their particular way, have few equals, and no
superiors In the country. Their equestrians, acro
bats, and trick-horeee are admirable, and their per
formances were daily and nightly received with the '
most enthusiastic demonstrations of applause.
Mew Toik. The long-promised and, by tho mu
sical public, eagerly -ox pected pet foi tnmnosof Verdi's
brilliant opera of I Maaawadlsri, was- to have taken
plaoa Thursday sveuing.at tha Winter Garden, with
no less than three rfeowft; but In consequence of the
sudden and severe illness of Mr. Maretsck, who had
conducted tha rehearsals, and was alone competent
to lead the orchestra, the representation was un-
avoidablr postponed at tho "eleventh hour." The
season closed day before yesterday, with a mattnet,
when f MamnaMmi was) performed In this country
for the Arat time. . . .t ,. ..
. Julia Dean, who baa bean playing In Boston for
some time past, will commence a farewell engage
ment prior to her departure for Europe, on TtieiMlsy
evening, at the Winter Garden.'' It Is a pity for the
reputation of American artiste that aha did not
make this journey, If at nil, long ago; for bur bent
frionds murtt admit that she has deteriorated Im
mensely, and is not at all the actress she was.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Conway are at the Hew Bow
ery, mid, It Is said, doing a clever business.
' pHiLADSLruiA. Max Maretaek,- tha mas. who
never made ft dollar during the whole coarse of bis
operatic career, if his statements may be relied upon,
will open tha Academy of Music, in Philadelphia,
this evening, with the company lately performing at
the Winter Garden, New York. - -
1 The drama la exceedingly doll In this city. Mr,
Chanfrau Is at the Walnut -scrawl Theater, but as bis
pieces deserve, tbe audiences are small. ,
Boston Cortesi waa ill last Thursday, and the
management of the Acadomy of Mtuic was perplexed,
At first it was proposed to produce Th Barber with
Miss Phillips sa tho heroine, which would have been
a hardship, as there had been no sufflcient rehearsal.
Fortunately, however, M'lle Parodl arrived at Ave
o'clock, and with an obliging temper not too often
seen among artists, she consented to assiim the part
of "liunreaia.' tvui mrovr omthfg without A
moment's preparation. In speaking of the perform
aaoe, ihe J9m says that Parodl "never sang better,
and her action wua superb' aud adds that "it is
wonderful how the freshness of her voice remains
after years of wear, in opera and cenoert, in almost
all the music-loving cities in the world. She seenis
to have as full and sweet a quality of tone, and as
Ike lie execution as when she first appeared hero ten
.Gen Tom Thumb will receive his friends at Bum
stead 11 all next week. Ha brings with him a num
ber of excellent artiste. 1rr, x . ., r , ,
New OrLxavb. The operatic season fn New Or
leans closed on Saturday, and on the day previoisj
Paulina (fclata. left for New York. r. This axosllsnt
orttMetclossd her engagemsjtit afc Thumday aa'Uriel("
inl Andmpiabk. g j ( y
' Bf. ,lx0i..tfh dnutuitic seasmiattheBt.-Lonla
Theater closed on Saturday ewnfiig with benefit
to H. Corri, the acting manager.
B alt i mo as, Wasiiinotok Ann Chicago. I o these
cities there ia nothing worthysaf noto, and, in theory,
for tho present, the drama seems to' bo dead.
Ma. Onidt anb tux Paiodi Orsa Tboitpk. Mr.
William H. Crisp Is out In ft card, in which he de
nounces the report that he decamped from New Or
leans largely In debt to the Parodl Troupe, as "ut
terly unfounded. V He adds: 'Myengagementwith
tha Italian' Opera tVoor terminated on tha first
day of May in a most aatiafactory, way to all parties,
and I am happy to state that the Troupei under my
mAnAgetfl&ants met with inosl . brilliant succors dur
ing my late Southern tour." . j
Mrs. Crisp, In a letter to the MeWphl Avalanck,
states that the slander was Invented by a discharged
agent of the Parodi Troupe, and the members of the
company will, on their arrival In New York, indi
vidually and collectively refute tha slander. t
i Paarxtmao'. Omost 'Pomiibtxi. Ttko acora of
an operetta, by Doniiettl, entitled Aits, has been
dlscoateantf, sine be death af he massjiii, and has
lately been produced at tha Opera Comlqoe, Paris.
In the Cotutituticmmtif Florsntiuo speaks of tha work
as follows;, .,, ........ :
"Rita" is a 'very1 pretty tevvni-keeper, In the
neighborhood of Nice, who has but one very rx
curtttble fault she ImW her huabaiHi. In fact, this
poor fellow eoai-osly dserves ti his bania is Bee,
and he it as gentle an a lamb. Hut It is more for
Fleiuura than for reason that the beauty has coa
r acted this disagreeable mablt. Io unto others
that which you would not winb them tu do unto
you." That la her maxim. She had been married
before, but for so short a time that it is scarcity
worth mentioning, f hily but Aral husband, who
wan a stupid follow, had develmi tor Jiiiuatdf a sys
tem of conjugal aflectton which by good fortune he
had not boeu able to put iu practice. . I'lits line fel
low, on leaving the cnitreh, had totrtnbark for Cana
da, aud some time alter ward his wile foamed that be
was drowned. But the (Japtaiu In the long run was
not altiwther dnad. He found hinikvelf ao well that
he marrittd a second time to a creolc. whom he loved
and whom he boat aftecttoaatttly. That wua his ft.ll
lug. But he, nevertheless, bollovod tliatHwasall
He had beqn infonned that Rita, his first wife, had
perished lu a Are, with all tho inhabitaute of the
village. The Liu bend and wife on mttetiog again
expreas mutual horror. "Oht" exclaims the woman,
"I will be beaten." "What?" says the husband, "I
will be a bigamist." They come to an understand
ing between themselves. "The Hall of Hecorda
having bean burnt," aays the Capiat a, "thero does
uotexiitt any pronfof our Hrat marriaue." "Von
are much miitakeaV' replitM tho wiie, "1 have a copy
of the certificate, regiMered and signed in due
form." "Well, give It to me," said tho hnnhaud.
"With ailiuy heart," seapouded the wile. The Cur
tain then returns to join his Creole, and Rita, whom
far has rendered wiria, does not beat her dear Bebe
attain: except ou very extraordinary oocaaiona.
On thia extremely beautiful piece iK.Dlmettl has
rilay fully compoMMl a veritable muaieal biion. a very
ight and ltvIy air, couplets of great originality, au
exoaUont coin.o duet, auother duet, a trio full of
spirit, lire aud animation, the whole of which might
well rank with VKlitir d'Amor aud i-a SfM dw
How Ortwfr MasTaosrI "Vbp Fssmnvtaj nrrna
Umvxn Statu t'liAXArTxaiKTic Amkcdotx or Max
MAXsTw x.-f AccwsJiiI to tb atatsrisiutB of opera
managers, no 'money , has ya been mads ia this
country by tbe representation of Italian Opera, aud
wa would be IncHnod to think that aU tha funds to
the Bank of England had bson placed at the disposal
of a few persons for the purpose of establishing the
opera In 4iwiTnites) Btatea, TU following charac
ter la tic anecdote of Max Marstaak, tho pioneer a-eao-o,
wiU probably throw some light on this subject;
A short time after Maa arrived im this country,
while he S was yot penniless and undetermined as to
what ha should do, a friend mot him ia Broadway,
New York, and asked him how he was getting along.
14 Js a'a pa mm f sous," (."J have not a cent, M ) re
plied aa. ; J tall starve in sees countrie. J as pmU
rimfmtr ("I aaa do iotlug.")
lliree yara afterward, thaf fMteu4f Maa having
in the meantime been to Kurope, the parties again
met. Maretaek waa than as tha Aator Flaoe Opera
house, and although hie compear waa ao ood he
saesAsd toUdoiugaa axoellent bBBUnss.
"Well Max'," said his Mend, "yaw are still alive, 1
ate; not yet starved to deathy1 a art f)tJa rich,
afcrajitaotr, ' " u ' '.
"Bah! Ha'eat s-aa pnaaMa," was the reply, with ft
Bjsrullar sjtovatloa of his eyebrow awl swrasj af hts
ahoulders, MVat sail I aayr 1 avw doae aver ataar,
sis stupid people HI pay aa pasjvra artiste; ao
Patronage, no swat, vat yow enll him, taste, ao love
for as grand art. Men I will aoi star; twill
leave ae eowntrte fcrever. I ave lose vna quarter
mf nion dollar. By gati I will starve."
Max fa still hwre, and, of nre, has) baea "losing
money ever sine, with starvation staring him in
the face every day. How swtethl the Amertoaa
public onght to be to the operft amagora who spead
a fortune every year merely Air tha sake of art, and
to Maretaek in particular, who, althortgh ae eomea
to this country penniless, spent two hundred aad
Hfty thovMftnd dollars la an effort to setablish the
Italian Opera In New York alone.
-Cam Ills Vreo, the remarkable female violinist, Is
givlug concerts in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mr. N. T. Davenport, a well known and popular
actor, was united la marriage, on Thuraday lent, la
Boston, to Miss Ueney, also a member of the theat
rical profession. We wish them a long life of pros
perity and happiness.
Tha Taoon Theater Is open with - repress atattoas
from the operas la Italian, with the aieter K atoll,
AeiMres, Rooel and Testl, proving a greater aticoaes
than might be expected from the warmth of the sea
son. Mr. Gottechalk, the celebrated pianlet, gave a
grand concert on Wednesday evening, the 2VI. t .
Madame (tasxaniga, after over a year ocoopied la
making "farewell appearances la this eountry
has at atat nailed for Europe. Site left Bostoa on
Thursday avt, la the sTaroaw, ' r
William Vlnoont Wallace gave a grand morning
eoaeert at the Sydeahaai Crystal Palace, oa the lth
of May. The programme emprtad ao lees thaa
tweaty-tbnr eeleotlona, chiefly from his owa operas,
ioolnding the overtures to MarUena and LmrHmm.
Linns Reeves, Arabella Ooddard, and other dis
tinguished artiste took part, and Mr. Wallace him
self conducted. . !,
Hoaslnl to said to have beea present at a musical
party la Parts recently, and to nave warmly praised
the singing of aa English lady, a new candidate for
tbeatrloal and operatlo renown. Her voice la a
metoo -soprano, and she to a pupil of Duprea. Her
name to not given, she being spoken of only as
The critloof the London SpwUtor, speaking of
Madam Glial, aays that "whea she abdicates her
throne, she will leave ao one, even among the great
est of her sisters in art, able to All It so royalty as
she has done. Her powers are as durable as they are
transcendent. After a career of anequaled bril
liancy during thirty years, she preserves to this day
her beauty of person, her lovely voice, her ardent
temperament, her warmth and freehneejt of reeling,
In a manner to which we know of ao parallel in the
whole blatory of the stage."
The Ohio opposite this port continues to
decline, but less rapidly than on Saturday, hining
receded during the twenty-roar hours ending last
evening, about eighteen Inches, leaving a chahnel
depth between here and Louisville, of about eleven
and a half feet. The river at Pittsburg at last ac
counts waa flailing, and It is probably declining all
the way to this point, and Indeed even as far as the
The weather yesterday wasawarm here and cloudy,
Indicating more rain, which appearance continued
up to a late hour of the night.
Business on the wharf yesterday was doll, of
conrse it Is rarely othorwlm. on Sunday aud the
lamlingv, thonith lined with Bteanier, born a drowsy
appearance. Several bout arrived, but thone at the
lnnding, except the packet, were receiving no
freight. Freights continue ecaroe, and rates were
Ann, hut unchanged at these ftguros :
Ptitotmrf.-Cotton, 7w.: Molarities, 65c.r Whisky,
40c.; lour, Zitc.; Pork and Lard, 3ac.; Pound Freights
Uc- per 100 lbs.
oMkviU Wbiakv. wer brl.. 7ftc . Clover-aend. lrv,i
Ale, oc Ftour,60c.; Pound Freights, &K36c. per 100
Rt. Lmtii. Heavy Pound Vrala-hts. Sftr. wer lftfl
ios.) w ninny ana uii. txx;. per uarrei, moves,
Ale, &Oc. per barrel.
AVoHasile Whisky and Oil, .tor. per barrel.
CWre. Whisky and Oil. Mto. per barrel Pound
Freights, c. pur lou pounds.
iVew VrbaM. Whisky and Oil, 80c.: Floor, Wr.: Po
tatoes and Apples, ftOc.: Pork, 7Uc.; Bacon in hhds.,
9ic.; aud other Pound Freights, 3utUc. per lou ibs i
KegLard, lsc.i Horses f 10 per head. Machinery M
Saturday's Pittsburg Dispatch observes as to river
matters there: -is . .
Thefe was a moderate amount of business trans
ected on the wharf yesterday, but the aggregate of
shipments for the week have been extremely light.
The weather continued dark and threatening np to
evenina, wuen luerv were inaioations oi a clearing
off. The Wheeling paukete ware tlte only arrlvalt,
aud the Wallace, to tit. Louis, and Frontier Olty, to
Arkansas River, the only outnldo departures. The
river is at a stand, witu eta toot iu tbe channel by
From yesterday's St. Lou la Democrat we obtain the
annexed Intelligence: r
River now on the decline falling two Inches per
twenty-four hours. The Uay reports eight feet from
uairo up, ana goi aiong nneiy witn mat. wt pre
sume It laeixht feet verv Urae. Watfr fellis-.. frura
Keokuk, and on a staud at Burlington, and elm
wuoni im mr nnpiai hi oi. rnai. ins illinoia, a
reported bv a nl lot of the Americas, in am fnllrtwu
where from the Rnpida to St. Paul. The Illinoia, as
lijuus alriurnlhar mt Psusctai Iw.ka H(r..nn I
two inc. be at the lower end; atlll rising a little all
the way down; three feet full on the lower part four
feet-large to Peoria." Another pilot, quite as reli
able, oi ths Braail, reports it quite stationary all the
WAV from Poors to tiin month
The news from the Miasonri, by telegraph yester
day, is quite favorable for boats, and the contrary
for the great and glorious Hannloal and St. Joseph
unnruaiii. iiipnicnui jiiuo in., (roan . ipniR f ont,
of St. Joseph, says: "ttiver risen eighteen inches,
and still swelling."
The Lower MisaiislTipl Is rising with twelve feet at
President's Island. The Arkansas is low and falling,
with twenty-two inches above aud thirty inches be
low Little Hock. White and Little Ked ltivors are
falling, with plenty of water in each, however, for
all the purposes of navigation.
' Pragmatical Chbibti aritt A Fsarvollt
Rigid MAtiDrAorcRRR. A large manufao
turer on FronWstreetp in this city, is so rigidly
orthodox and so spiritually narrow tbat he
will not allow such Doteroiior publications as
the Atlantic Monthly, the Pial, and kindred
periodicals, to pass through hisposto&ice box to
his employe, rearing, no doubt, that the odor
of sanctity, which surrounds him and his,
might be destroyed by those dangerous
emonations from an unshackled press. . .
It is pitible to see such wretched narrow
ness, such miserable smallneas in this en
lightened and liberal age, and all the more so,
wnen it conceals itsell behind the holy garb
of religion. ' w ,. , ... . I
This habit of saving others' aouls by inter
fering in their worldly aOaira, and of preach
ing Christ and his love, at the same time that
the preaching is made odious by some despi
cable act of daily life, is the worst possible
mode of furthering the cause of religion or
morality; and it would be a great blessing if
persons so intimately concerned for their
neighbors' souls, would enlarge their own a
little by the exercise, to a limited degree, of
free thought and generous toleration. ... ,
DiacooasB on Thru dorr Park r.a. Rev.
M. D. Conway delivered his able and interest
ing discourse on Theodore Parker last even
ing, at the Unitarian Church, to a crowded
congregation. Had we space, we should be
glad to give an abstract of his eloquent effort.
Esoaph or Prison sas. Four prisoners es
caped from the Chain-gang while working
near Lick Run, day before yesterday. They
were pursued by the officers, but without
success. ..; ,. j
Anothbr Stramir Destrotrd by Firs.
The steamer Scioto, lying at the lower wharf
of Louisville, caucht fire, on Saturday, 2d
inst., and was totally destroyed. Loss $5,000
or $6,000. .
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Every body is going there to see every
bo-y-" .. ' :; -
ArOLooRTtOAL. We owe an apology to Our
readers of Covington and Newport for having
failed to furnish them with the letter lists
for the past two weeks. We have now made
arrangements to avoid such failures ia future.
Nrw Catholic Church in Wrst Coviko
ton. The corner stone of the new Catholic
Church, in West Covington was laid with
Imposing ceremonies at four o'clock yester
day afternoon. When completed it will be
an edifice that will do credit to the architects
and greatly beautify the village in which it
is located. ' ' ' ' i i' j
Hasras Coipos. A kahta totyia, in the
case of the negro Wagoner, has been issued
at the instance of his friends. The writ is
made returnable to-day at ten o'clock. ,
- Boy Bittrr bv a Doo. A little boy, about
six yean of age, whose name we were unable
to learn, bat whose parent reside on Mayo
street, near Saratoga, wa vory kevtsrely bit
ten by a dog, jrvsrteMoy.- This is the second
ccurrenoR of the kind that has transpired in
our city recently, The authorities ought to
take lawsuits to prevent their i-ecsunreuue in
Allure. ".) .'.'-'u .n ! . .-..'i. !. i-u, l . '
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Monetary and Commercial.
The demand rbr Currency this week will
probably be equal to that of last Wee j pernapsj.
greater to-day. when the payments are larawr, espe
eially for eollections: Tne inimiry Ibr Moaey eea
tlnues nut-a greater than usual at this savena, and
will prohahly be about equal to the dlaposltlon to
accornmodale opto the tth prox., after which. Until
the latter part of August, very little business Is gsa
erally dona la Third-street or any where else; asav
chants and bankers prrrnting by the atld-eanssef
qnletnese to leave the dty for rest aad recreation.
Kastern K'hane will donMIM -v.i. .iv
at tlie foraior Agurs. Hand prern.. though the di
mand, we think, will dimialah svBMwhai toward the
An Ihe twosnt small Aenianf snr flnXA tW.s ik
eonntry Banka was over two or three dayealnen, Q,nm
win re very neavy tnis weea, anu ouiy in roat Ur
alilpmetit. without being desirable at X preia. for .
The demand for New Orleans Kx change, both
HKht and Trne, stay le considered over, as our gro
een sre an loiMpir Btirrbaeing there t anyaxUnt,
and ntU-buyem Und no pnfit la buying diafU wliilw
Bxehange on tha Kurt la so high ia the 8ulh. Tito
rates there now are VrtVend will prulwblyadvanca
to Jt premium daring the niid-awmmer.
Time-titltiiftt.th tUet will he In elil! better J
ntaii'l, ae thi Hanker hav ! homo I'apar offerd
ft.r Plrvo.unt; bat bills will be made anarmcly
thrrmah the eaaciii. katM. tl mmmiiL r mlanut a
per oent. per anauia fnr thirty, 7(a ior slaty, aad
&(a,10 for ninety -cUy drafta. - , . ,
notations Ibr Bxchange and Coin, at the close of
last week, were at annexed:
New York 81ghtw.....vA4(rc. preta.
rniiafieipnia ........... prmm.
B'etn....Hm ... prem.
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Baltimore .,HHHMair.il prem.
New rreB......,..S" dia.
American Uold.....mH.....M prem.
The last-received number of the New York Hera at
Th inenth e.nMta ab n nntavt mwlsl saai TaTMll (h
Money as for Rxehangeand Htoeks. W e hear to-day
of Money aefking employment on call, and aeeLiug
It unairroeeafully. at 4 per eeut. per annum. A verr
"""'"' "iiu uiMiris. wiiiiw kissb Bnioiin wri- hi nm
pmpiMed to ua in tlifa whv Is very large. Paper hi
very scarce. First-clsss abort Paper with two favor-
Itn nsmes can hsnl v be 1irI at all. 4 holea amr and
six months Paper goes readily at Jifr''ft, tlve par
oent. being the usual rule. The market enema this
year to have parsueii a oouree directly oppoaite to
tltat Which It followed last year; Money roae laet
year from l( per sent, at New Year to A per oent. on
the flret of June. Thitt vear It hae fallen ft-nni T imt
cent, at Now Year to ft per cent, on the flraf of
June. Kxchangels also lens active than It waa a
year ago. Then the qootationa for the best bills on
London were liO'it.i'S, and the Bankers were dome a
handsome bnsiueM in drawing againat Hpecte; now
the name hills can he bought at lWHifc-tl, and tho
rirottt on Hpeete ahlpmenta are extremely small II,
ndecd, any profit at all is left alter Ireight, insnr
ance aad charges are paid, and allowance ia Baa.! fur
lossoi interest on tne buihou.
Concerning the Pacific Mail Company trouble, tho
Herald lnforsas us :
The Pacific Mat! affair continues to affect tho
market, though the stork Itself was better to-day.
There Hi nothing new from the office of the company.
A few hundred shares have been presented over and
above the authorised capital; bnt they come In ao
slowly that it looks as though they would not exceed
a thousand in all, if they prove so many. The ac
countants employed by the directors are ateadily
purautug their Inveetigatiou. Thus thr they have
detected no fraudulent entries; they expert to die
cover, in the courne of a few days, traces of the hreoe
of the unauthorised shares, when, of conrse, tbe
partiee to whom they were tranrifrred will acconut
lor their coming Into their poesesaion.
Saturday's Minouri DtwtocrtU thus speaks of Mon
etary matters la fit. Louie.
Money la decldodly easy with some of the banking
InHtitiittons, aud they are diacounttng all the good
huainerisor loral Paper offered. With the present
stagnation in trade, but little bnatneeM Paper is offer
ing ou any point, and Bank would gladly discount a
lortfcr nnimint than in offered them.
lucre is alao evidently an abundance of Kaatarn
Exchange to-day, for the small demand there is for
it. The more general hoMIdb rate, therefore, to-day.
la only 1 per cent, premium for bankable funds.
Home still hold at l'-t, hut as some additional heavy
dealers dropped their flgnra to-day to 1 and X pre
minm on the fonth, it must be difficult for the oth
er, to maintain a rate above thia.
Currency continue a abuudant, but Is kept at abont
a discount. Gold is lu pretty fair demand with
which to meet real estate and other notei payable in
coin; It is sold at 1 (&)! ' premium. The exchange
Bank ottered it at for their braurh notes. The
feneral rate of redeeming branch notes in Kaatern
ixchauge remain at 1 premium.
Nkw Yobk Dry Ooons M sicrr.-rriday's 2Vitwe
observes concerning Dry Uoods:
In reviewing the Domestic Goods market Ibr tha
pant month, we have recorded a healthy demand,
which has been quite equal to the production ot our
looms, although Ihe general lry Goods trade had
been on a limited ecale, incident tn the season of th
year. After a careful survey of tbe markets, we era
confirmed ia the opinion that the country is com
paratively bare of Cotton Goods, and no Important
surplus ot desirable Woolens ex ibis. From a combi
nation of causes to which ae have hitherto alluded,
the stocks held by jobbers are quite iucouaiderahte,
and those In manufacturers' hands are even let than
last year, when they proved too Um.t4 t maet the
aBMathi ot tbe trade.
The season of inactivity ia nearly past, and pre
parations for the early Southern trade have already
oommenced, and after a few weeks we shall he ia the
niidatof our heavy autumn business, which prom
ises to lie larger than that of auy previous season.
The ttouth has already received more than $200,
on.t,u(io for her Cotton alone: and the reports of the
WeHtern crops are of the most promising character,
which will afford exchange to meet their pressing
necessities, as well as to provide tor their past delin
quencies. Manufacturers have worked on contract
so long, andsosuccesafnlly, that tbe determination
geuerally exists not to produce gooda, except oa a
sure market or positive orders, and they prefer to
adopt the plan of the Kngliah spinner, aud limit the
production, if they caa not adapt their looms to a
remunerative demand. Already some corporations,
which have hitherto depended ou the domestic
market, are engaged on export styles, and we hope
never to see such accumulations of stock ae have
oppressed the market in other seasons.
The only question which msy disturb the general
prosperity of the manufacturers of cotton soudsare
thoae of China aud tbe Continental imbroglios. In
the event of ths nnx. our rxiHallons witn lit haa sa-
dueed; and In the other, our importations would be
come more excessivj---elther state of things to be
much dtprecated. The latest reports from Manches
ter are tlm favorable to a brisk market, owing to tbe
uncertainty alluded to. The present poaitioa of
affairs in China and Japan ia far from eacouregitig
to commerce, and the trade to the Coutineut has
already been checked by the untoward aspect of po
litical a flairs. But the effect in reducing the value
of cotton goods has not beau great, as the stocks on
hand were not largo, and some dumand existed for
fabrics suited to the North and South American
[By Telegraph.] New York Market.
Nbw Yobk, Juno 2 P. M. Agher steady :
sales AO brla.. at f s SI for Fota, and 8.1 75 tor Pearls.
Cotton dull and heavy : aalee 600 bales, at UMc.
for middling Uplands.
Demand for Flour less active and heavy, and
about 6c. lower for common grades: sales 8, goo
brie., at S& XWA S7 for superfine Htate; $f g& o
tor extra do.; 4 bt. li tor superfine Western; & W
(Wj M for common and medium extra Western; 15 s
tort for shipping brands extra round-hoop Ohio,
closing dull aud drooping. Canadian in only limited
reuuent, and uuclutnged in price: sales iso brla., at
ftHn)7 for common to choice extra. Rye Flour
steady: sales of small parcels, at $3 AUt4 ft) for com
mon to uhoioa extra. Com Meal quiet aad an
changed. Whisky heavy and lower: sales 37ft brla., at tl Sc.
Wheat waa in good utiuet fur export, aad prices
tend upward. There fa little more doing in winter
at about former prices: sales of bush. Hilwaa-
kleUubatfl 3Nltl : 5,iM do. Chicago apring at
$1 ; aou do. white Michigan at $1 M; i,..iJ do.
white Keuturkyat $1 i, t,uu do. white Ohio at
91 Att. Rye quiet at V2c. Barley heavy at tuvt70c.:
salsa of 7.0Ut bush. Western oa private terms;' 1,300
do. Barley Malt add at antoac. Corn a shade tower,
with pretty goi) export demand: sales of oiv.usj
bush, at tWrtrMc. for sound shipping mixed Western,
closing at the latter price, aud eugui. for Keesern
de., and 70c. fur tioutliorn y allow, Oats In tnoderate
demand at 40a42,ttC. for Western, Canada aud Slate,
tHolading parcels net sound at sWUJW.SSr.
Pork firmer aud awrre active: sales of lauo barrels,
at HI7 (7i(,l7 W for new mess; $17 37jj,T tu for old
mess; 917 ' for thin iness; $13 txv for new
prime, aud 9U 30 for old prime; inuludiog iu sales
2,uuu barrels new mess, buyer's option in June, at
Sit 12rmls I'.V Beef iiuict and steady: sales uf 3iM)
barrels, at $4t W for oounrry prime; fS W for
country mess: $4 W 60 ior repackod mess, and
III vm3 ,ro for extra mess. Beef llama quiet, at
f IKdilA for Htate, and ha,H) 50 fur Wustern. Prime
mess Beef dall and nominal at gCVdiiA. Out Meata
dull: sales of Mi ekece, at AySc". far Hams, end
7 -4c for Hhouldei s. bacon dull and nominal. Lard
tlrm: sales ol too barrels at llWdr,i14e.
Butter steady at lUH.17c.(end Ohio at IV,. for
State. .Cheat alaosloadyat 7,1 1 Sc. for infarior to
prime. (Hitteo fairly active at previous prices : saleo
of v40 baga Rio, and nv bags Jamaloa oa private
terms, auger holders are still insisting oa the late
extreme prices, whh h buyers are not willing to sub
mit to. The market Is extremely quiet, aod salsa for
tbe day only foot up lit) ah da. Cuba within tha
rugsof a7io. Mulaaass steady: aaiiat of 10 hhds.
forto lilio h( if4ir36)4. Uice quiot and ali-ady, at 4'4
au4'o.. cash, i -s
New York Stock Market.
Ngw Voa k, June 3. (Stocki rather dull
and without much change: Chicago aad Kork Island
70- Illiutria Central 8cnpt 63; Galuuaaud Chictufo tV4;
Michigan &uttieru, guaranteed, Micbigaa
Southei-a Hi-Mi Michigan Central &2H; Mew York
Central Chicago, Burliugtoa aud Qulncy 7'i;
Pacitlc Mail 90; Laciossq Laud Grams 20; Michigan
Central Sixes ' '
MONDMIMTTO THg MAftQUIfl OP WiTBRrORD.
To the memory of the late Marquis of Wa
ter ford ' a hanaftome monument has been
erected by the Waterford Hunt Club, oc the
pot where the-' unfortunate man wag killed.
It is a plain, massive ancient Irish eras, and
pedestal of Wics;low granite. , 'f
J A ' PnoLifKJ Tamils. A ! woman living
near Carrolton, La h few days since, gave
birth to three bouneinfr fflrli IS he has now
In familr fourteen children, the eldest of
whom Is between ten aud eleven rears of age.
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Joint BiMirrr roa Hsinah and Batbra.
Bell't Lit says that an arrangement hag
been made bj Heenan and Havers by which
theywill give a benefit reception at the A l
hanifcra, Leiceeter Square, in the week follow
lnt Knom net. 7;" ;t . ; '
Recently, near Patteraon, N. J. Mrs Maria
Poet expired at the a(rs of one hundred and
fix yean, 'j" '
11 . mi',1 J.nl iiaai 'i-'r-Jut-j .'Ml. - t