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"WANT8." "FOR Haf.K" Him iiirr
r'"tOHT," :t6VKt.: " BOAROIMIK" .-A.
tartlaementa coming nndcrthca heading, not.x.
-du Sve Una, will b. Inserted twlc tar 99 wnts
y"1V4;yT,5D-A f 1 B L-To do general hmm,
i work in th country. IMim O. at tbll
" V"ANT I" " Olrl, to (In general
.XVANTBP-A KRW ItFTflOD Or Will
'. ,J ,fiO--Yoil may learn thin and (At t food
.. Mnth and Mslu.iT a rlrh jr-H nrvd. Urn Picture.
; 'rem, to adorn th. p.rlorTW" jlltS
' r permanent tttuatlon on any of the rail.
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' copy tt and ch.rrnet,)
WANTtCD-A BOT-At JOHrfHOrfS O.llerv,
Yil,,.'.h "ni1 Main. Mum ho well rooomntend-
tniini u uiHKn nimmi generally useiui,
,' 'VA.N'rPP-.B0ABI":B''-ll" desiring
. uuiu in ii. country c aoonieimodated
lit. P pleasant place, within In minutes' w.lk
iiid uu't-iniMi xreput, A.. 1. n. K. Address Box
, Loveland, Ohio, or A. A. LEVKrl. P. M. iela-l3
fANTED-A8ITL ATU)V-BT ronn mi,
j.Tq preferring cop,,. Address W. H.tf Qn,
WANTEn-TO RENT By two gentlemen, on
. . . or twr, unfurnished rooms, without board, In a
Vrlvitto dw.lllng; reference given and rwit paid iu
.auuivw iimi ii r. no, nog, ArtMO, a".
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WANTED-! EN (!KNTN-Hn llltotifd, and tw
- ...."B f'" ",in mlgl't bo rllit, i.U wnl Ira
liKlUlly to JOIINNON'8 llmlery, Ntnlh nd Main,
fr Ivn-rfiit I'lctura, , which b uA ni-rwril
-i'Picti ana onmryca iri ull color. jo)8-
TV KEH8 AND KLACKHMITIIH - Klmt-rUni
tnK-iftnlc In ttno Itrauclim cao oblAiQ lmowdiAto
t-inplcrin.-nt and food waKon at OIiAKDY'H Rlcnm
i 'ihiii'1 lTi.raw. .nnewvnie, Ulllo. JelT-ll1
WANTED At tl Broadway, (l.WO Jcraonl to
oall and awt ona of thuaa llrautlful " lrory
typa, nlvton couta. tha only Gallfry In the city
u' i " ii.'-f .liny im nwi. wffli u. i .a -hjih'.! j-noio.
yrapu only blty onutd, and warranted nnt to wide.
' if'T-b ' . OOLUHTICK KR A CO.
alallor. Nona but jnod hmli neod apply.
Alan, a loud Tailor watltml. Good wage! will ba
ral'l to tliona who undrtnd how to work. Inquire
can iMiacoomtnouatva at tna Peliruylrania Ho
tol, Onltimbla. vith ainffla or duuhlr rooms, well
lantilated : new furultiirn : hnaltliv and nlfajunt 1,,.
-ntion, on the Little Miami Itallmad ; thrpo tralas
riup oMir, nvaiinaaoiooMaM. vnorgei ary reaa
'jonabla. Hirwmaimiioliclifd. Jel7-g
XVANTED A lew Summer Boardr.ru. at Lana
ITT MMIliniLTT ItninllnV.llAIIH W.ll.nl flat On,.
uilmaoB run to pad from tlie clty every honr j'el6-h
"kTAlSTKI-Men eaeklriit lltiultlona H crerka,
t aluRiiian liooK'kafpani, barkoepere, porters,
oopera, mectuuiica, livburers, and othera, should ap
tly at the M.ircbanta' Clorks' ,lto(istry Oltlce, No.
r? v aiuiuitrBHK ijei9-oj HAljaj a3 lU.
"WirANTED 850.000 of mortiaaa notes and bu
. siness paper. Also, purciiaiien for more than
tejU,000,nii(i worth ofrral eatato, consisting of eltypr
IHirly, country RfSts. farms, and wild lands, by WT H.
'II IM.l VH. Real EsUUi, Note, and Bill Broker, N3
. wast Third-street. . jol.'.-aw
'VwXANTKn-TD TRADE A full.lewelnt natenl.
T lever g ld watch, with bunting cases, jr a
m.u,i.j-,i,,u wiiysJ ui small, iiaus waaun. au
dress W., at this urlloe. jol-aw
WANTKD-ATTENTION Imoortant Km ret
. lor Married Ladlea.-Mra. UURLKIOIl, M.
K.. WI11 lecturo on MIJNDAV8, WEDNESDAYS
huu .p.wusio.11 u o niocit a. n-i at ner omca,
'iiorur-eaet corner of Raoa and Sixth-sta,. Room No.
t. Onsultatlnn hours Irom 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., or
nwail toe riaioraw, sirs. Durioign oaa urnnant
from Europe femodias for female diseaaea which give
tosuiYoaiio inimcuiata-renei... -f jeiy-am
. :"V4N'IB',,A w more food Business Agents.
v Send teu cents la atumps, by mall, to hox
3.1 Ola, Cincinnati, oblo, and you will receive a cir
.jciilax, with full Information. A fine opening for all
.t wbo aro' out of employment. No better can be
louno..' ( ' . joo-tl
W "KOR 6ALK-QB0CKRY-A fUII grocery , lu ft
M? iilranant part of the oitjr doing good bunt-
urnn, will oq wUlQ WW, IF Kppiiea WT MMII. UBII ml
M mao'i 8ddl. both nearly new, will bo told
uuetp. j or particuiara apply a. nua4ireat.rf
m4 u tiii v i aw uad niun .. n--A
with nidu-bftftnifl and barteM. All ara new. And
must be .old within two wuulu, m the owner im goinx
tu leave tU city Cull at the north-went eoroer of
rconu aua Bcutt ntroem, Uofliigton, ivy. jel7-u
IiOIt SALK LOT In the town of OaUfornU,
Ohio, cheap for oah or aoceptabla trado. Also,
Kri) acre of land, lo Mjxer County Ohio. Terr low
fnrcMh, orCMb and paymeuta. W. L. PA VIS,
nt Auirn-mreet. uiocuiuaii. jv . jeif-u
HAI.K-A BUU Block of Groom-tea. No-
.3 JC tlont aod Variety UoocU, with the good will of
a neu-etitabUBnea uuiue.i, ana nve yeara leaae on
ftore. Also, a good Building Lot to the mont im
proved part oi me cuy. ine proprietor oeing com-
feuon 104111c uuBineB, win onur tue aameonvery
itvornhle turniR. For further luforinatinn aunlv at
the corner of Third aud Oreenup-iU,. Voyliigton,
A-Biucy. . jeiz-i"
FOR 8ALB CHEAP In Wast Covington, Ky.(
uear tft. Ann's Church. Lota Noa. 12 and 13, In
Oibson A Wright's Subdivision, corner of Peter and
pivlslou. eu feet frotit by 115 deep, to a 10-foot alley.
' Jnaulre of M0RK1S0N A CKOWIUKlt, 65 West
jourtn.st.k Koom.no. 1. . 1 joio-r
FOR SALE flteam Engine and Boiler, now In
use at Noa. l and 101 W'slnut-slreel, where
t hey cau be seen at anytime. Engine Cylinder, a
iwan uiamuier, siroao j loot, governor aua juubod
valve attached, and caat-trun. bad. Boiler Lengthi
a iev, u.aiuuier, do luones. -mya-II
. HARRISON M WILSON.
FOR HALE-A small Snglna, BoHer-Fan, On.
Dola. Pioei. Ac all in comoleta running order.
; lit a givat bargain. Cau be seen in operation nt the
noveuy iron aounary, ,s.i;f aourrn-sireet.
. apm-tf . ., ADAMS, PKCKGVER A 00.
'WTHIR. HENT-nrmSE-No. 4!l'l Nlnth.atreet
aT Iuulroat N . S36 Ninth-street, or at l'earl.
, street, of J. RANKIN. JelT.b
OR R.ENT ROOMS Furnished and nnftir-
unuw tus.'uintuiwvu,v wr nun r wu Mrjuwieuiviit
let, at Ho, 57 aet TUinl--treat, naar Broadway.
FOR. RENT-Id Covington, Ky.,a very pleaa
uut Brick Dwelling of eleven rooms, with gas
and other convenience b. Very deelrable location on
(.iirrard-flt., between Third and Fourth. In good
urder. Potiseaalou nan be had Immediately. In
quire of the Toll-collector on Licking Bridge, Cot
lngton end. jele-d
T QST-CAUTIOJf-A note drawn by Middlntoa,
Mi btrobrldgf A Co., to order Moore, Wllstnob, Keys
A Co., and by thflm fo J. C Ounn, Hated Novenibor
t, l&vi, payable thirty-two mouthe afterdate, calling
for i50. All portion are cuutloned not to trade for
mid uote, as payment lias been stopped, and any per
sou Uudiug the same will eoofer a favor by remitting
it to- lr. ellx klvder's oftioe, No. West Third
street, up stairs, over the Kagle. Insurance Compaoy.
BOARDING Two pleasant, airy roonil, fur
nlshad or unfurnished, with or without board,
w ill be let on reas nable terms to respectable parties.
' Tbe rooms are well adapted Ibr sloeping roums. Lo
ration due. Apply at 1H3 Bast Third St. Jea-b
BOARDING Two or throe) gentlemen can ba
acoouimoilatod with board and lodging at 31a
fllth-at., between John and CeutraJ.av. , ela-U
1 mVADAMR KI.I.IH,
ICAL PHYSICIAN. Madame KI.T.lH'H itTIO.
IIINK EI.1AIK never rails to cure all kinds or dis
eases of the Uteri, the Kidneys, Ovarhw, Bladder
and Urethra, Prolapsus (falltug) TJterie, Inasmaia
tlon and Ulceration of the Womb, no matter of how
long standing, permanently cured by the us. of tut
Madamairefen with alewnre to the following can
of oue of the best droggluts lu tbe elty :
" I'o las Pulki ud 0 ladiu la PmtUnitmi
' Wa, the nnderslgned, are not lu the habit of gyv
ing our auuie to Patent Medicines; but kuowlug well
tus Lady 1'hyaiclan, and tba meillclna oallsa the
.i'teriue Elixir, wo cheerfully recommend It to all fa
mulus suflsrlng from Vemale Diseases of any kind; it
.Is purely vawetabl., and lu nooasecan do injury: ws
ay to all try. and our word for it. you will Aud relist
' ,lF. D. HILL, Druggist,
"Corner of fifth and Race -streets."
. N. B. For sale at the principal offlca, 144 West
Htath-sU Utlwauu ttaceand Kim; UDWABD IcAN.
LAN A Co., corner of Main and sourth-ts. ; F. 0.
HILL, corner ol Raoa aud a'ifth-sts, 1 and drug,
gists geuerally throughout the city and oovntry. 7 .
l'rloa,ONli DOLLAR PKH UOTTI.K.
. Mailauu JCLLIS haa returued from the South, and
cau ba fuuudgt liur pffic.,444 Wast bUIUJit., at
all tluiea. In . :ij. .wU
ME RKON'II MKMIN A R y.-THE
Thirty Second DsuTaanual Uihlbltlon rif lfcf.
:ou'B a.uiliuur will take place at SMITH A NIX.
UN'9 UALuTneat MONDAY IVSNiNa. June II.
. .. Ijela-g!'
IIRK-t UACKEUM;-'ipO B.S. NO. J
-fire-crackgrs. . AARON A. ColTBR, .
'' 319 and 3 J1 Main-street
17iBFITn.-IIOa B0XEI4 KAISINH, 100
JE half and Quarter drums rigs, 00 hair aud eujuth
kegs PruuM. - AAIION A. COLTKR,
jolO . .' , ai and 3il Main-it.
J-C. WYE'rl KXf RA 8PGAR-C1JRKD
Hams, Cues. DavUTs 1I0. do. Dried Boet.
K y , A a ROM A. OOLTSR,
jel - ' . ltt a-.fjl atain.straaa-i
,TtEil UAO IN KITS Of 9 I.BM,
ll M. ear h, No. 1 Matkerul no. do. do., pickled and
apl-4 B.,aWnwn4.mokAH..lbu. ..,
jele . 1 and 81 A Maln-.t.
THE DAIIjY PRESS,
" It foil waal a house, artvertls In th DAIXT
nr If yow want a servant, advertise In the DAILY
' " akct, sr.rv want sapplard hi anvertlilng
in HI 1AlliI i'ttKHH.
W If yon want A situation,' advertise In the
af Adv.rtlaera.nta not .kcwdlng live Itnea In
length, Inserted In th. " Wanted " eolnmn Iwlc. for
i VlaiflTll-riVB CKNT8.
IT Matt,.Arrlvea 3i50 A. M, and 440 P M 1
i ... a as - j o .. u
BiLTmoaa, WAaninoTog skd Wagguxo.-Ar.
Hvm.1 v,nm a af , -1,. c n u
Br. Lotjis an LoDiaTiLia,-Arrivea at II A. M,
and la) P. M .t cIom .hi u 1 4 n u
. m auu . . et,
Camaoo anb Nm...... . . . . . .
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auu JVC. m., Closes at J A. IB. aud 4, P. M.
MaToROLoii0Ai. Ob.ihrtatiob Tij Henry
iiw ViHUaU SUDB Hi
7 A. M.
A Hove aero e.
Above tern 79
LlTTIM DETAIMIO FOR WART Of POHTAOI.
Q n .1 -T 1 T . I
wuuunj. euua Jil.
J. 8. Alber, Lynn. Mae. '
, Yanghan A Co., Dayton, O. V
. Joeenh finranvnii. krlm-fna n
v.'1?r..,.",Th''",' """ RlTr District, Vstetihage,
Bbior Difgl.LINO At AdoTIOH. This aflar.
noon it three o'clock, 0. J. V. Smith will
positively wll that gplendid two-story brick
doum, No. 182 George-street, between John
SUU ULUlbU. . -If
PcnjtoN&r.. Thnmaa V Vav ..f l.L
... ' rt.naiiMui
Gazette: John W. Overall, of New Orleaud
lte.ltn.1 II. IXtpniArrtnin nr lln wnntAH i"P.
"i uu nruey. iouigTiiie jJemocraL
were gtmontr arrlmlfl . vMtArrlnv u tu2
espencer House. , . , ,
a r viav
NlWHPAPKR lHBnwi.Q-.(!r.iri nP ...
resutra inform nm tht (hnv dm Anv.;.....!).
- - j " wuiiimaiir
nnoyed by their neighbors who seem to le
aawW Aas.4 .fik. Ti k. 1 J , , ,
""j iunu ui -no 1 uitaB, ana aengnwa lorena,
bo lonn as they are able to borrow it. One
of theflA VirtimH in a nr. f a tnKioK la K4VM ...
1 - vv uiiu to UCIUIO UB
com Wains bitterly of bis-fate, and humor
ously sujfgcsts: "That one paper in a neigh-
wiiiuvu u naa uik aairt in a large iamuy,
at the same time requestingus to use our in
fluence against the evil, . We are doing this
everyday by presenting the public with a
racy ana reaaaoie paper, and if he will only
ceflse to lend hi rnnv. u-a rinnhf nM u n
noyance will bo removed, and our rapidly,
Ttttnt Ifinvttf.. . . If. J a . 1.1
nr Vii n aniiviliu A I 111 aU CWUBUH , 1 1 Will
be seen Dy an advertisement in another
nlnrA lint tl.ia kv.;ii;,.t T:nu.... ;ii i
I V""V .mo MAIAAAUAAU Al IOU1UUU Will JBC-
f.11M at Mnlnrlann U,. 11 n . 1 l.rfL .
w.w HW 4SAU.WUWU AluJi IAltlU Il Oil. XI1B
A A f It 1.1 I . t . - .
aKuuv ui Aurupr. w utuever mr. Aiitcucrs
theory of American politics maybe, it must
ba ftHmltUH rht hia ahiliti'... l.Tu
"7 , Uaw "tsi fca-rj, uta imu tuuoiij
- waw WUBV A ttiau lUUCjJt'lIU
ence, and his long suffering and exile for his
num .hJ A, n .M 11.. rIl. 1 - . .
nuu i.iuiq w UJO iriBU UCttl L, HUU Cftll
uot fail tn fill tlin AfalnHann tn l ,,,nB
pacity. This lecture is said to be the best
review 01 riuropean pontics ever placed be-
far an A m..!.... 1 . 1 .
-" " iwua muuiduic, nUU Will IKJ
H nil ht draw Vi imd raA a In th. f 1 .1 I. .
auimre eloquence, learning ana statesman'
Breathing-Places for the Million—Parks in
The Park fever as reeularlvafflintannrrilir
Council, at stated intervals, &s does the ague
attack the denizens of the Black Swamn
About twice a year we are told that we must
have breathing-places, or contagion, like the
liunaou piugue, wouia depopulate tue place.
But the enthusiasm is uauallv tnn mirl.lBi.lv
kindled to result In any thing but talk; or, it
auv wuuu i. uau, ii, is too iii-conceneu ana
hasty to avail any thing. The Washington
i-nrs, receuiiy a ourying-grouna, is a case in
. With a characteristic care for the urnnnrvA.
tion of the trees already growing, which were
large aim oeauwui, a great portion 01 the
fence around the lot was thrown down, all
kinds of stock runntuo; at large invited to
browse at leisure, carts and drays carefullv
stowed awav all over the lot for safe keenino-.
and the small space not thug occupied, con
verted into a public laundry. All this was
au(ipuaeu auaoiuteiy- necessary to protect tne
treea during the interval required for the
removal of tne - bodies interred there; and so
aamiraoiy nas tuis policy been adapted to tbe
end in view, that t beautiful grove hag been
converted into an irretrular something, re
sembling a western clearing. Only $80,000
have been ezoended in securincr thia rpanlt
and our City Fathersarolriumuhantlv nnint-
ing their constituents to it as an example of
At a recent session 01 tne council an ap
DtODriation of tS.OOOwaa vntprl tn rohuilrl tha
fence torn down, and replace the trees de
stroyed, and a Commission to superintend
the work has been appointed by the Superior
vuuri. . 11 nas already organized, and toe
members appear determined to.prosecute the
work with economy and dispatch: but the
appropriation is so small that no great ben
efits can be anticipated. Five thousand dol
lars more, to be expended under the direction
of the same Commission, have been appro
priated to build a fence around and adorn tbe
West End Park, and were it trebled, the re
sults would, no doubt, be advantageous; but
as it is, there is some doubt on the subject.
As this oroiected Park is on the line of a
street railroad, there is but one imoediment
to its success, and that is, it Is a pet scheme of
iueuuorv naran, a circumstance calculated to
give It a very unsavory odor his friendshin
always going farther toward killing any pro
ject than the hostility of tun other men.
vv nen mo appropriations to wulcn we have
adverted were under, consideration, Mr. Eg-
lesion proposed an amendment, giving
2,000 for the improvement of the Eiirhth-
street Market-space, but as he was opposed
to throwing it open to the public, it was very
properly voted down. An amendment of
Mr. Hirst, appropriating $1,000 for the im
provement of tbe park adjoining the reser
ve; ,IC-,,. - . : . ... . i .
iv.i, una iinvniso uc.cbidu. m ii sag CUUIV1T
under the coutrol of the Water-works.
To a large city Parks are a necessity; Cin
cinnati is the third in the Union, and bos
none, that can be used, except tbe Water
works' Park, which is always closed when it
should be open, and is not under the control
of the city government. There is no place in
the Union, of one-fourth the size, but is su
perior in this respect to th Western Metrop
olis a fact which we record with regret, bat
with the hope that the proper authorities
may be induced to alter it. 1 '
Circuit Court. The Circuit Court will
convene in this cily to-day. , There is A large
number of cages on hand, to dispose of which
it will require several weeks. The improve
ments in the arrangement of the Court-house,
which have just been completed, will greatly
facilitate the transaction of business. Tbe
Judge, jury, lawyers, clients and spectators
can now be accommodated without difficulty.
Moss Rowdyism. Several rowdies, headed
by a man named Burran, made an attack,
with stones, on some peaceable citizens, yes
terday, near the ferry-float. No one was se
riously injured, however, as the assailants
were promptly resisted, aud made to beat a
hasty retreat. No arrests have been made.
TuBNga Picmo. The .German Turners
went up tbe Little Miami Railroad to Plain
ville, yesterday morning, for the purpose of
recreating themselves by shooting, dancing.
Box SaowxiDv A boy about 12 years of
age. named MUey. whose father works atone
of (he rolling mills, was drowned by utUiug
from a skiff into- th river, above Taylor's
Crekyestrday morning, ills body has
not yet been found.
Consoling a Mourning Prima Donna-Melancholy
Contretemps of a Musical Critic.
One day, during the sojourd of the Str-
Concert Company in this city, the mu
sical critic of a morning cotemporary, who
had been quite lavish In his praise of the pet
prima donna. Adalin&PatU, happened to take
J'l,r b Bnfnet Hons and sat near A
table which was occupied by th cgn'M devote
of Euterpe, her father and Monsieur and Mad
me Strakoscb, ri. :. ..
He bad been entranced, be said, by her
rendering of Ernani Inmlami; the Echo Song
had made him quite as foolishly absurd in his
laudations as th critics of the Eastern press,
who apparently became lunatic when she
sang tn them, and her performance of the A hi
non giungt had taught him to believe her half
divine. . .
Judge then of his surprise when be saw
her enter the dining-room of this elegant
hotel, with bended head, sad, woe-worn
countenance, and eyes, of which some on
Knuiuuuqueniir remarKea, "sncn orbs
lost Alark Antnnv tha .nrnin nf tli WA-l.l t
Aiam Antony the
red and swollen with recent weeping. In
terested, now, more than ver in her behalf,
and deeply sympathizing with herin her grief,
which he anmtnaart hu1 1 at. (BI,.n l.
Adverse criticisms, h' watched her every
Suddenly she began to weep anew; he
plainly saw her tears, although she made
every effort to conceal them. His appetite
suddenly forsook him, and pained beyond
control, be rushed from the table and the
room. When the prima iorma had finished
her dinner, the critic sent up his card craving
an Interview, which she, probably thinking
in this manner to partially forget the great
WO With Which her tienrt w-u U,.M.!nM
---- - ....... 1 ISUtDbllllC,
v pon being admitted to her apartment, th
scribbler threw himself on his knees at the
fcdtfiftlinrlnlleatanrlrl 1wa..nl iw.iu
. . i.vm, .uiw UM1 U5n I1U-
ered, and whose grief had maddened him,
uu tetania; nor uauu, wnicn ue nrmiy neid in
both his, in spite of her astonishment and
striltrtrl i tt tr rlpliv-rwt hima-IC !. .1
bo n T ........ .i. un uiv bk.Ii
goes of something like the following:
Acmces Autuiuiu ocHuinui representa-
ttvanf tha Ivnn m.iMl V.. v. : i
just now witnessed, when you thought no
j jvui vApiGoniuii u, griei, nave iauen
upon my heart and I (eel, quit as deeply as
you, the woe you have been compelled to
endure. Unappreciated as you must ever be,
by tbose whose souls are less full of music
than your own, the rude and cruel manner
in which vnn h.vs hsAn (r..f.J k. t :
of the press of Cincinnati, has doubtless
uccjjiv imiutu vou, anu i can reaairy under
stand bow your beautiful and sensitive spirit
inllnt hnvn Wn alinclfoil hv .Vi-n- n1tn A .
. v v ,,j HIMVW UUIV1UU Bll-
tacks upon your voice and style.
rciiBve me, nowever, wnen 1 assure you
that there is at least one heart in this vast
citv that fhllv .nnrMi.(.a nn.
--- j -ri " "u " wui; juui
faultless execution and your superb stylo.
nut sun your excellent pnrasing, wonderful
flexibility of voice and sweet and bird-like
tones, and, besides this, deeply sympathizes
with you in the suffering you must experi
ence from a failure on the part of our critics
to estimate your genius at its full value. Ah,
Arlnlinal I am Aal.am.fl n nrl...: 1. U... .1
w UUUil. IV, Ulll UJBY
lov gross materialism better 'than music,
nuu mr: uiircu ureter juuges ox uatawba and
Hoidsick than of the lyric art, in whose tir-
mampn. vnn am 1 1, n Vi ! .1. ..... .,- X.-
" - J vlv .UW U.I.UKBI DIM, A Ulir
merit, great as it is, shall be faithfully repro-
ii. iu. w.uuiuB oi iu. , ana you
may rest assured that you will have a de-
fenrlpr whiln I have nnv.. ft wi.M -
a medium through which to reach the publie
At first the prima donna felt disposed to
rufrnet tha ..nit, n " " .,(' . i .
..B- .-.V....U -IVU.VI iuv IU.UJ WUOBB
heads she had turned and half laughed at his
rnviugs. lueenect or tus ludicrousness of
.ii. anppcn invnv.r snnn nn n.i -i .l.
smile that rippled over ber face had hardly
reached her eye before they were again suf-
r..-j :i- a -l!- n-L ....
luscu mm teura. auib nrst outourst ren
dered thn c.rltin utill mnra tanrla. -linn a nH
and in a soothing tone he "begged that she
had been printed in tbe papers to which he
alluded to trouble her further," when,
through her sobs, which almost choked her
utterance, Adolina, much to hfo chagrin aud
dismay, with considerable difficulty mado
him iinrlni.Atan.1 tl,u. iI-Iia ! r
uiiu uuucmutuu Luab dub UlU HOL Cai
critique, but ze cher ehien, vat you c
dog. se bootii'ul Edpardoy vas lose,
vmilrl TiAVaair ba him tin m -.
' uuuv.amuu .unv DUO IA1A AIUV UUfl LIT 7.M
, and sue
mnva " n.a.i;i-
aisgusted witn tne weeping prima donna,
and himself particularly, tbe scribbler rushed
frnm tha annrtinant i . , th& a.A. .. ,1
- i .uw u niiTOi, anu eiuen
that time all that is necessary to throw him
into a paroxysm of rage is to inquire if he
can tell you the name of the principal cha
All persons in anger speak ire-ouically,
The latest style theJune fashion of hats,
How was Abel killed? Bv a hum.
Cane. . ' ' ' '
The welcome of the elaninnta tn nitnn
A blacksmith's favorite came at cnnla
oiu sieoge. .
Both men und women ofteu seek conan.
lation in the glass-
Abdominal niotto for the Janan.
f .p'p. r
The first an tile of discord the one Mm
Aaam ate in uuen. -
T1.A man witn ante hla l.n..f nnnn - n.
m- . 1 1 - I J I . r
Aiau, uoumiv uin&CB uuiui Bet.
Tha anitjiliat'a firatr ..llnl. nf rl.l,
a urse-everauce always wins.
AnnrnnrtatA anlinriam fne tliA .,nl..A.a
speculators of Pennsylvania Oil's well.,
Vniittvn nHat.tntlnn nF . 1. a U.. -J... 1
phrase As you sew, to shall you rip.
Tbe worst thiug you can say to a
woman anything she don't like to hear.
Cruel as well as seperlluouB To ask an
ii: ii i i , - . . i
uuuiciA uuautuiu to laae a norn.
1 ' Tl. 1a -.LI.1. .11 1 . , ,
auo uaj w i. ... n mi uiuii auouiu uoier
their marriage the Day of Judgment.
The Japanese doubtless have bowel of
vv.up ivu, wuv ,WJ 111. IV VUlAluaOOlUll Oil
pssnflt llva wilhmit 1a. i - ., (V
fiid. We, already born, can; but others,
wo niiuuru, cau uot, ? , - ' a
-When husbands glance at their wives'
accounts at the milliners, they grow distin
guished by becoming note-a-bill-ities.
Why do women shed tears so freauentlv
without reason? Besause they know it ii
tneir oest weep-on.
When men no out of the world with a
witty saying on tneir lips, does it prove they
UflJVB KJUU UlG-JOBl-lUUr
Poor as may be the waters of a fashionable
summer resort, they have more virtues than
many 01 tnose wno unnK tnemt . :
When women say ther have no mind to
do a thing, believo, by all means, they speak
-The reason women do not know fheir
age when askad by one of the opposite sex,
is that they usually forget themselves in the
presence of men. . '
'Why should men be careful iu their cor
respondence with a girl named Mary 7 lie
cause, by employing one letter too much,
suaj sir Aunusj w uinrry uer. , "
. I , -v 1
Oo CaiAT Bailwat Sybtku. Tha
n the Mississiupi Railroad is finished, and
the connection through to Now Orleans la
complete. By th completion of thi link
tner is now a continuous railroad from
Bangor. Maine, to New Orleans, exceot three
short ferries at Hudson River, Susquehanna
and the Potomac rivers. This vast chain of
railways it composed of eighteen indepen
dent roads, costing in the aggregate, for 2,344
miles of rood, $2,394,084, or nearly one-tenth
of the whole 'railway system in the United
States, of which 1,81)6 mile are used la this
The Zane House at Zanesville. in this
State, has been sold at Sheriff's tale, to
Henry Jones, or ruiman, tor $0,700 cash.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ART.
la this city, J net at areeeat, there asem. to be a
tack of amus.at.nt that la almoef Insaplloibta.
During tba aast vreelcfitraltiiteh gsvs a couple of n.
tartaiamenta at tha Opsra.houa, wblohwera n.lther
optra nor oonoart, and although vary larfely at
tended wen extremely unsatisfactory.
To glva an andtonrg that has bean tarnishing for
male tbr s year, part of ah act front an opera with
nt.lttln orchestra OTcborua, Is Ilk miking a gift
of s bonqnet of Withered leave. and discolored stems,
sfrer the flowers had base .imtnged, or furnishing s
lavwr-twrched patient Who wa. burning up from
thirst and starvation, with alnglo drop of water.
This, however, did Mr. Slrekosch, and, of court.,
tbe musical public became disgusted. About the
worst punl.hm.nt that avan Ih. Deity could devise
would be to place a soul In the Infernal Pit and al
low It to gate on Paradise; the worst possible bora
that could be Inflicted upon a lovor of musla, would
be to promise him an operatio entertainment, and
afterward furnish nothing but costume, and scenery.
The tmprm$ario did not oar. to Interest or annuo
his audience. U. knew that the child whoas elo
cution ten year, ago had delighted the country, If u.
conld make people believe she had become a bono fid
prima donna, would draw largely, and that the Treat,
urer's office at the Opera-house wonld be besieged
for ticket, and seats; he saw that he had an oppor.
trinity to cheat the rovers of art, and be contented to
do It. TUsr. are some noraona who may be satisfied
with a bualnsas transaction of this kind, for It Is
nothing lew, but wa are sot of tha number. H.
promised an operatic performance, and upon going
to hear It we found that bo bad violated his contract.
A public' singer docs not deserve to be called a
prima donna, who has little to recommend her save
a girlish figure, great flexibility or voice, and re
markable execution. Theae are but it fuw of th.
dualities reanlslt. to make a great artiste, and en
title her to a place In tha front rank of lyric per
formers. Mr. Strakuech knew thla vary well, and he
la further aware that the pet or hi. troupe, although
wonderful singer for ana of her y.ara, does not de.
terra either the laudation, that have been heaped
upon, or the place ha bat assigned her.
Tha fulsome praiae. of Infatatted scribblers, or
Job-ofiieo orltlea or aalnlu. penny-a-liners may ex
cite public curiosity, but they oan not control the
opinion uf the reel lover of art, who haa sufficient
taste to enable blm to dlecrlmlnata between genuine
merit and factitious etlabrity, or knowledge enough
to discover the dllfenrne between a lyric and dra
niatlo artiste and a m.ro vocalist.
Wood's Thutsb. The regular dramatic season at
thi. establishment wa. brought to a most inglori
ous tertutuatlon last Saturday evening. Th. bouses
for soma time have been ghastly, and the einptlnces
of the boxes have given tha beat evidences that th.
ffortt of th. management during the past week have
been fully appreciated. Tha only good audience of
tha week was on Friday night, th. occasion of a
complimentary benefit to Miss Hannah Simmons,
and tbe performance even then was execrable. The
Zado Aamraac. was th. play, and It was fairly put
upon th. stage. There w at not, however, In the en
tire cast a well-dressed man. "Dasile" was clad In
dirty, badly-fitting garments, and "Sir Harrourt"
looked llko a dilapidated colporteur, Tha whole
affair was extremely shabby, and altogether a dis
grace to the dramatic art.
Thi. evening Mr. Sutler will commence a short
summer aaaaon, and haa effected an angagam.ntwith
Marian Hacarlhy, lata of Laura Kasn.'s, and reld
A.-Vincent, of tho sam. aaubllshmsnt. ' The former
la a clever cotnerllou and voonllat, tha latter. In his
line, quite a popular aud pleasing actor. The euter
ta'nment wiU consist of Tim SioWs to a Pfcrare and the
rnrce or raay.fad,
Niw Yosk. Both musical and dramatic matter In
Oothani are, for tho present, pretty nearly played out.
TIM Oeerlaed Routt keeps the stag, at W .Hack's
Tha Academy of Music will be opened on Tuesday
evening for the purpose of giving tha Japan... an
opportunity, of boarlng an opera.
Bostok. Tht Cortesl Italian Opera Company will
return to Boston during tha present week and open
tha Academy of Music for a short operatic season on
Wednesday, with II Nab. Cortesl, Fabbrl. Ad
.laid. Phillips, Hnsianl, Tamaro, Amodlo, Buslnl
and Bartu ars mcmVeraof the troupe, and with such
perforaiauoee as they an able to give, w donbt nol
wo modern Atbenlana will be delighted.
-Notwithstanding tb. fact that Adelaide Phillips
I. anuounod to appear in Boston on Wednesday, the
Bt of Friday aayt that "Ills. Adelaide Phillips,
who aalled Inthaitroote for Liverpool, from tub.
port yesterday, goes to Europe for her health, which
bu been much Impaired ever line her visit to Cuba.
Wo are assured that it it with great difficulty the
waa euabled to fulfil her engagement last weok with
tho Cortesl Troupe." Aa there is no announcement
of any other contralto In th. Cortesl Opera Com
pany, and aa it would be quite dlfflcult to perfcrm an
opera witbont on., w conclnda that the Bat la tut.,
taken In regard to the fair Adelaide.
8t. Louis The French Opera Troupe, after play
ing during tba winter at the Mew Orleans Opera
house, have opened th Opera-house at St. Louis.
The eompauy la composed of th. following persons :
. Mad. Dalmout Mesmaker, soprano: Mad. Phil.
ippo, contralto; Mile Darcy, dugaion; M'lle
Louise, second dugaaon; Mons. Fhlllppo, first tenor.
Muds. Alptionso, second Unor; Muna. Uenihrel, llrsi
basso; Mons. 8to, bariton-bass: Mons. Choi, la-
niottMl .Inns llnt.L.p Ah. ....., I '.
, " lUMi.i n vilNlluail!
Mons. dag., second comuiua; Mont, drill, chuf d'or
onestre. We ar. not certain, but an inclined to the belief
that tha first artist, of the troupe an not mentioned
in th above list.
Tax Niw Tuurxa in Mosils. The Mobile Ad-
Mnsssr, of th. 13th says:
We an Informed tbaft v.,rv .1 j ..... h. I. ha .
to be raised for the erection of the n.w Thespian
temple haa boou subscribed, aud that by the 1st ol
July the workmen will ooinnieuffe unroofing the old
auiimitueatur wuu tue view to auulug the upper
r. T , : . vis upon tne in
terior will of course follow MnMlv. n A
out the original idea of having our theater opened
for the uso of the public by or befor. the lit of De
cember next. Some lew alteratioue have been made
In tho first plan, by which tbe proprietor will be en
abled to seat one hundred mure people, and from
every point in the building an unobstructed view ol
tbe stago may be obtained. .
Distinocished PioMus Thupiaiis. A recent
uumbarof the Montgomery (Ala.) Daily Poet, .ketch
ingthe early history of that city, data the Advent of
tne drama then back to the year 1S22, when the first
Thespian Society waa formed. Th first theatrical
nt.rtainm.nt was given the 17th December, hi the
Court-house, and the play waa the tragedy of Julim
Cam. Th following wen tb Thespians, tome
of whom compose th dramatit personal in scenes
In mon prominent theaters of action at th present
Th. present distinguished Senator, th. Hon. Beni
Fitzpatrlck, personated "Julius Ca-sar;" th late
x-uovaruor Towns, oroeorgla, that of " Octsvlua:1
tbe lata Supreme Court Jndg, Henry Goldthwaite,
that of " Mark Antony i" Dr. Asa Hoxoy, of Texas,
mat 01 urutus;" inward w. Thompson, of Heme
vllle, that of " Trebonlua ;" the late . J. Stewart,
inai or " laipnnrnia ;" ana tbe other parts by
ueesn. Kdmonoson, Blak.y, Wilkinson, Washburn
Bally, Manning, Smith, Boas, Casso, Brown, Mitch,
ell, Uibba, and Bar re.
An Actob in Lcci.-Th. New York BndayTim
tens mis auecdota of an actor in luck i
Several years ago, Mr. Eddy, the tragedian, while
traveling South, met a man on the can from Marlon
to Augusta aud Charleston, with whom a traveling
acquaintance was formed, aud durl.ig the jonruey h"
discovered that his acquaintance hadnot sufficiently
supplied himself with mouey to take him to Wash
iugton, hi. place of destination. Mr. Eddy ofiered
10. loan him the amount (a trifle of four dullars).
which was accepted, and to be sent to New York
without delay. After a time the circumstauca was
..... i.,iiuii.a vi in. imgouiau, wnen, slew
weeks since, he rorieivnrl a lnttni. IV.. m n-..-..i- ....
closing a lottery ticket, stating the Inconvenience of
-QuuiiiK mux uouar. in silver in a letter, and beg
glog his acceptanoo of the ticket as an equivalent.
Much to Mr. Kudy'i surprise, tha ticket has turned
up a priae or IVuO.
Tus Krricr or Mias-EN-ScgNS on OrisaTio Aa-
thts.-A German paper givea th. following charac-
iori.uo antwara, alleged to have been mad. by Jenny
Liud, Henrietta Soutag, and WUhelmlua Schroader
Devrlent, when they were asked how they regarded
th. .tag decoratiout In their performances:
Jenny Llnd said, ."For bis then eilst no decora
tions; I do not even know to what eud they are then.
1 .tD forth, aad ara cm.wluu ,.f ni.thl..-k... .1.. t
ting aud must sing." Honing answered, "In my per.
ruruiauoe 1 conetautly regard tba deooratloos as just
what they are, but I strive, as discreetly and loel
ously at possible, to us. them for my artistic ends. I
think aud feel myself into them until they can In.
spire me lu their turu, but never so that 1 become uo
lOliaar iMiOSC'ions nt'thnlr nruu.,.ra " At.-.u.lu- It.. .
rlent answered, "that is all stuff and rubbish, to b
sure, but it has to becom. what I will. It must have
in ureaiueu into if, uut I tt actually uvea to me and
become plastic. In Hie next moment again it Is
mare uakej ... I.),.... . K..t a.P ,a- iu. ,.-..7.7 . ... ..
have rustted fur me, the fiuwers have scattered fra-
aranct.. tha easrari-j, liav rA,nrf i.a .,.h
shone, the clouds have HghUued and thundered
ii . ' van hot uappeu, can uot nasn ana
thunder hliaaelf," ....
I Dins Wit My Morula. One of th snttlaat
French vaudevilles it that entitled Jt ante c4i ma
It It filled with limpl. pathos and sentiment.
and, as performed at the Gymnast Theater, In Parle,
waa singularly pleating. It represents tha aotnaa
Sophl Arnoult in hetboudolr on New Year's day,
receiving tit oalla of her friends ell of them gen.
tlemenof rank and title, many of them her par tic.
nlar admirers. -Sophl waa of th. true Parisian
type. Bb waa agreeable, elegant and witty. Her
popularity wa unbounded ber friends wvr. legioa.
Tb Mew Year's morning passes pleasantly In her
boudoir; ah. It generously supplied with flowers,
boa bout and tnatntt, aud, gay as a lark, desire, to
din. teia-a-tote, with which on. of bar friends sht
oaroe not. t)h Invites en, then another, and a
m: r r r
third, all without anooeaa. Th answer Is Invariably,
rVe dsn. ats nta mtrf." Poet tepritt I ,Mrt grows
tad, ths bad no mother, no telatlvs In ti world.
Ber boadolr i. at last daaerted, And, lb despair, ah.
tails her m.19 to tit down and dine with bar. But
the maid dines with her mother I What to do? tb.
flnally.lt dowa t aw revest with h.rmeth.r .
portrait, and, happy In th. Imagined pretence of bar
bjloved parent, bar imllt appear again, and so and
VaaantaASomi FarbT erltfa, writing of Orlsl't
singing of th role of "Leonora," lu th FaworlM.
call, that "penlMttre fttblisl wnrkl" After that w.
think it .bout tlm. for him to tail oat hi. position
and Lav for th Province.
. -Speaking of, caatt, when.Kean and Maeraairy
played together at Biwry LankTbeaur, Lendon, In
K12, for twelvs night., Otaille being played .vary
night, tbl. waa the.' distribution of characters:
"Othello," Edmund Keen; "Iago," Macready; "Cea
slo," J. Cooper) "Roderlgo," Balls; "Dcdemona,"
Mlas Phillips; "Emilia," Helen Fanclt I And in lv3,
when Edmund Kean was at Covent Garden, London,
he mad his last appeantnoe, on .th (Mb of March,
tn tba seine tragsdy, thus cast: "Othello," Edmund
Kean (breaking down In third act, Mr. Ward fin
ishing tbe performance!; "Iago" ifortheflrst time),
Charles Kean; "Casio,", Wa Abbott; "DMdemona"
(for the first time), Ellen Tree (new Hi. Ci Kean);
"Krullla," Mrs. Lov.ll. "Shall we ever see the Ilk
W. read In lata Havana papers that our talented
Gottechalk tatoly gav another of hit delightful
piano-forte concert, to the Habaneroo. Tbe Louvre,
which It exfanirablr adapted taeotsrerta, was filled to
overflowing by a moat raahlonabl. and appreciative
au.llenc.v-- Bvry seatvea. oarwpied, and upward of
two hundred wen obliged to atand up throughout
tho performance., antorfa composed and executed
by Gottschalk, cnated great enthusiasm, and a dnet
from L FneorUa, by th. Teftaa, was warmly ap
plauded. Tba sisters Kafall, who tvem to be great
favorite. In Uavana, after singing a duet from Tits
Bla. Domiao, were greeted with a prolonged mur
mur, which "showed approbation mon than th.
dapping of hands', which alto tainted them. Slg
nora Villa, d Voiptnt wa received with .nthosl.
asm, and bar performance of an aria from Linda di
CmamounU, whlcb ah sang to perfection, waa rap.
Hotel Preparations for the Reception of
the Japanese in New York.
Friday's New York; Sim has the following:
At the Metropolitan Hotel, the proprietors
have spared neither pains nor expense to lit
np their establishment in proper style for the
reception of their distinguished visitors.
The first floor of the hotel, room No. 1, has
been set apart as the dining-room of the six
teen, officers next in class to the Embassadors.
It is handsomely frescoed in pale pink and
blue, so as to represent panel work; and in
each of the panels are Japanese fignres very
finely executed, the work of Dr. Lambao.
The figures are, a Japanese priest in his
robes; an officer of tbe second-class, bearing
one sword; a doctor in a sitting posture; a
high officer with two swords; three Japanese
ladies, and one child. Between the windows,
looking out into the court or garden of the
house, are two banners inscribed with the
words in Japanese characters, "America nnd
Japan, Union, Liberty, Labor, Industry, Vic
tory and Commerce.'1 i
About the chandelier, In the center of the
ceiling, is emblazoned the heraldic emblem
of the Tycoon three suns joined together.
At the corner of tho fresco work, on the ceil
ing, are the coat-of-arms of the four princes,
or chief Embassadors, and between them, iu
Japanese characters, the names of the four
seasons.' The furniture of this, as well an all
the other rooms, is new, and Provided with
a special aesire lor tne gratification of tba
visitors. Opposite to the officers' dining-
ivuuii'w uiv uiuiaK-ruout 01 tne naval and
other American officers accompanying-the
Embassy, and all the other rooms on this
noor tronting on broad way, will be devoted
to the use or the Japanese as parlors and reception-rooms.
On the second floor are the sleenino- and
retiring rooms of the Embassy. The suite of
apartments on tne corner ot liroadwav and
Prince-street, has been magnificently 'fitted
up as the Princes' dining-room, and the
lour suites next to it. frontinir on Broadwts.
as their private apartments. In these anaru
menta every thing bos been done, which it
was deemed would increase the comfort of
tbe guests, or add to tbe magnificence of tbe
display. To the ritfht of the stnirwav and
beyond the apartments of the Princes, are
the suites of rooms designed for the use ol
the sixteen officers of the second class, all
decorated and furnished in splendid style,
and on tbe Crosby and Prince-street sides ot
the building, the fifty-two attendants, offi
cers' servants are to be accommodated. The
dining-room ot tne attendants is on the base
ment.or street floor,' and is adorned with
Japanese and American flags, ' Japanese mot
toes, ate, in profusion.
. At each door, on the second floor, a banner
is suspended, bearing the name of oue of the
tbe States of tho Union in English charac
ters the same in Japanese, and a motto ol
welcome, also in Japanese, and at every door,
oq both the first and second floors, is fastened
a card bearing tbe words, "Japanese Em
bassy," and a round red ball, the national
Japanese emblem, tupposedto represent tbe
sun. Tho long corridors are hung, with
Japanese pictures and drawings, representing
scenes in Jupau, and on each side ore
wreathed in mossy folds tbe flags of Japan
and America. At every turning and every
arch art suspended smaller flags, crossing the
corridors, mingling together the stars and
stripes of Ameticaand.theutt of Japan.
The stairways are ornamented wittt bronze
statues of warriors in armor, Wring aa tro
phies the flags of America and Japan, with
here and there mottoes of welcome in Jap
anese characters. The grand display of all
will be, however, on Saturday night, when
the whole front of the hotel, on Broadway
and Crosby-street, will be illuminated by two
thousand colored Venetian lanterns, and over
the grand entrance the word "Welcome" will
blaze forth in gigantic letters of light. Two
pianos, said to be tbe finest In America, have
been placed in the Embassadors' rooms, and
two of tbe best artists have been engaged to
perforin on them during their stay.
Social Relations of France and England.
the social relations between
class and class, , between' employer and em
ployed, between mistress and servant, are
freer and more friendly than these relations
are in England. In France, even under
Bonapartist despotism,' and despite the) love
of luxury which afllicts every grade of the
community, the Revolution's mark remains.
Rvarwham 1 Li a - a -aan-nA .C. . U .1.1.
-.'V.jnHW.W .UU.. (0 AUOLIVI. till tllO H.U1V
man, even when he has sprung from tbe low-
aC An.u rnu. .nfJ! " l- l i '.
co. wviai ueuvu. x A uo BUluier WUO UOS lOUgUt
bis way from behind tbe bar of a vlllatre inn
Vn tha ranlr nr-lUT.ml,.! rf.-. . IL.7.1
peasant boy . who bag turned five franc
niece intn a anlanrlirl fnrtuna. It.. kiin.hl.n:.l
ffMotlv ... n...l.n.l . .. 1 1 A 1 ;
Riv,T IUOM.U..U , AIA IIUU erou iu buow-
adorning Paris, a welcome, hearty and sin
cere, in tbe circles to which they rise. In
Paris poor boys who have become great men
may be seen any day airing some bronzed
Normandy dame In the high cap of her native
village, proud, indeed, of a mother or a sister.
If there be a section of the Paris public, how.
.... VherA Av.i.nllnna In Iki. L .... I . 1.
- I .-. v-wr'.. w .inn uumij aval
of feeling may be found, the inquirer must
a on lr It In tha anmKa ., n ...J U . t. J - V .
vwv . - uu m. ... Bi.vcia auiA ueuiuu tile
ponderous gateway! of the' Quartier Saint
Germain. , .
HaI-A TTilAV h frilllla al.tIiralr1 A-.M
Duramp, in hereditary ruius, the hereditary
prejudices which beloug to them, liere. wa
find isft the diUpidud section, tha hopeless
ui j; reuuu swvictr wmeining 11 KO
the I'beling which is prsvIent in the genteel
WOrld of KncrlnnH whom unrlnus I.Aa
passed in steering leor of Bcquaintttnoes en
gaged iu business, t That 'diwtsvnce so, jeal
ously guarded by gentility between class and
class, which Judge Talfourd deplored in his
last speech from the bench, does not exist in
France, sav among tbe old nobility. Among
a frank, gracious way. Mistresses talk with
ww. w Uw., juui gavgvociucr win oroacn
the tnn m nf thn In with Tt.;. i
friAnn hniui silSr.lra r.J:.!. i.. .'a
Farisj yet its effect npon the people of France
It Atl Kata. n rnnsl aalitli.. la I Al A a l .
humbler classes, and it has broadened the
view nf the riha .vl.aEkAU I ko. j:-
. tiateuva, v UOal KlTVII UiKw
mty to every kind of labor; and the general
respect for labor has iiapowd salf-raiipcct on
the Uborsjr A rata and frirolous race tas
become a thriftr reoe and a sober race. You
may see drunken rag-pickers any day in
Paris, but you must niake arrery lont? oat's
JV.HVv, .uuvvu, fnuio iuu win uuuie across
a drunken artisan, Dublin Uniwrtity May
The Ohio, opposite this port, continues to
tutriof U 1141 darlat tbe twntyor konn
ndlof lut TnlD about Ua or twelva tnclua. lMT.
(nf AchAOMi-fWpth UtwMB hr ASd LovUTlUsof
a UttU morft than twW fct. Tlw rim t itlU de
clining at Pituburi, and U probftbly raewllof aU the
wi to U.U potot, and ana to tha aonta.
Tli wsMthvr yftrdnT onntlBiMd wtirm, thotmh
Im tno on Btarr.y, hut, owing ton plMnt
brtMzo. wm qnlu kgmwahle, ivurtkuUrlr In tha
Taithig. loan ware aa indlontiona of rmledaiiug
On thtr L mi fling tba natial ftnadny Qvlatnawa waa
oUtKtvad. Nothing waa doing nf aunaftin)DC;
hardly anr boats ratllng or dlacbarglng frstght.
Two or threa tamira arriTtxl, and tha regular
pMrttfvia waot out; bat lit 1 aUa waa dona at tba
W liarf. .
Rate are aa lrregnlar aa arnr, o moth to that wa
are at til nnabla tolurolrih reliabla quotation.
Thnreday'a Naw Orlcsift papers remark:
Thn wath-M cnntlnna hot and bntlnrea dull. Bo
low t'anal-tttroat. If wa axoant thi Canltol. not a boat
ventured out. Above the len v-Uitding there were
umyiwo or id roe aparwrea i na tiumer came in
from Bed River wtth a rewnnable load. Tha Wood
lonl, from Louie villa, alo uade har aprpeareit.
That there la a ooneiderabla rlea coming down tha
Miaaonri, to evident from tha following, which wa
taka from the St. Joeepli Um,ot tb Uth Inst.: .
The rfvernt this point Is rising rapidly. Yaetrrday
It ralsod ni'M-e than foot, and in spreading out over
the bar onpotiit the city. There ( no doubt about
the June rise coming down at thla time, as the river
labUhertbaa It has been lor a year. Tbe Hletto,
we learn, In vory full, and emigrants, find it difficult
to eroea thla ilr1 of Fort Kearny. The munntam
stream are all rising, and wa may expect tba rise to
reach some faet above what It Is at present. .
Yesterday's Hi. Loala Republican obsarvasi
The rlvor hero swelled abou two Inches In tha
twenty-four houre ending at dark lant evening.
ThT are sit fent in tha channel out to Oelm.
The Illinois Kiverls sUttinary. with three fret In
tlioch'tnnel to reuria, and thirty Inches above Peoria.
The f'pper Mlstlxninpt ts rising, with nix fwt on
the L'pper, and funr fret on tha Lower Rapids; below
Keokuk tiw la ievn feet.
The Misonri Hlver Ii ri4(ng, according (o last ac
(Sutite. There are fully flva wet on tha bare from
Arrimtt; Jacob Rtrader, Lonlsvllle ; Bcitna,
PorUmuth; Prloreee, Madison; Ralianea. Pttu
burg; Haetlnfrs, Meraphln; Clara Dean, Loulaville;
Diinlelth. Neville, (Irey Eagle, Pomeror.
&fKirtvrM. Jwoib 8tTaUvr, Louisville. Boston,
Porunjouth; Dunleltb, Mevllfe; (Vrry ftatrle, Povm
my; Jt'rloreeilMadisou; Kanawha alley, Kanawha
River; Clara DoAn, Marmora. Pltuburg: Bnunysido.
Monetary and Commercial.
Monetary matters will probably be more
qnlat and eaaler thla week tbaa ther were last,
though tha change will not, wa anticipate, ba great.
Currencr will accumulate somewhat at tb. Banking
houses, and int.ratt.rate remain as before, ltxaia
per cant.; cholc names ruling at tha farmer figures.
In Eastern Kichangswe look for no alteration.
The market trill, ws auppoee, be steadr without any
marked activity, at S bnrlng and H pram, aelllng
Gold will still be dull and In demand only for ship
ment; while the rates of Mew Orleans Exchange will
Hew Kline-bills will be made, although the favor
able terms on which they conld be sold would caut
tholr offering at a mure active aeasnn.
Uncurr.nt Fund, will bo, as they have been for
some tluys past, unchanged, unless Illinois and Wis
consin go lower, of which ihore It a possibility.
The ratKt of Exchange and Coin at the cloao of tha
week were as follows :
.... 'Batrlag. gsltiwir.
Sew York Bight,.......... .rem. , H pr.ra.
Philadelphia mH sproru. Hpreui.
B. slon....... , ivt, prem. K preut.
Bsltlmore ...,..,.aiio. prem. ii prem. .
New 0rt.'utis..............4&lc. di.. H dlsipar
American Gold :.....M prem. tuc. prem.
The last received number of the TYtfmne m.ntlona
tho continued eas. of th. N.w York Money market,
and adds :
Commtswton.house receivables nas. readily at 44
loent..wlthout reference to date of matnrltv.anri at v.
months' acceptances sell readily at 4I$4N. Hlngle-
,u. jouuiua paper ruies at uwa ei cent
for loug dates, while favorite names of abort tlm.
hav. been passed at b V oant.
. Call Loans, with Government stock, as collateral,
msy be quoted at 4 per cent., although It would be
dlfflcult to plaoe any large amounts at that rata.
This plethora of money Is felt in the Inter or, as well
as at the commercial centers, and to some country
Bsnks Is quite oppressive, forcing them to Invest
tbelr capltnl lu State and Federal stocks. Th.lr Hue.
are cut down for waut of commisslou-hous. Paper,
which they heretofore received from the manutuc
turors, whose advance at pretent are made In cash.
Saturday's St. Louis Cmecrot observes of Mon
ttary affaira there:
The offerings of Paper or a local and other charac
ter have been pretty large this week with soiu. of
the banking Institutions: while others hav Money
Idle, nnabie to get good Pper In which to Inveet It.
V.ry iittl. 1 per oant. a month Paper la alloat. With
most of onr business houses there was a coat parativo
dullness In May-several showing a falling off In that
month from last year's showing; but a better pros
pect is had for Jan.. Within th. last few days quit
a trado le had among niauy housee.
' Exchange on the East continues in fair demand at
1 premium for bankable funds, with uo surplus;
though wa perceive no disposition to advauc th
i xc,ut it be for Gold; though some sell at u for
Gold, moet charge H, and some of the Banks ,S prem.,
not caring to part with the coin before the bank
statements of July 1. Tor Sight on New Orleans
there is next or uo demand at H premium selling,
ibis must oontlnne to be the case so lung as Eastern
Sight rules at Hjt premium at New Orlasn..
SATURDAY EVENING, June 16.
day, owing to the unfavorable advice, trim New
Orlneue und New York, and the lower grades de
clined fully JM. per barrel, and ths highnr grade,
loo. do.; prices closing nominally, at ti 76 Air go.4
suporhnc; Siw,1 23 for extra; 5 3(3 M tor family,
and 84 soia.i 70 for extra lamllv;aud theaalo. w.ra
jonfiiied to Z-Vl brls. extra, at $da Uo.
1'KuyiBlONH-Th.r waa a good demand to-day
for bulk Meals and Bacon, at 76yc. Hir the Airmer,
andsil(ic. for the latter: but bolder, were asking
au Hic. more. First-class brand, or mot. Pork
ware held at 8l 15, with buyers at tin. Lard was In
f:ood deiuaud, and advauced He; cloalng arm at llc.
n tlerees, and owing to the rirmuess of holders, very
little wa. done. Ther were aalea of 11)0 hhds. Bacon
shoulders, ana' Side, in lots, at As 10, aud luu brla.
mess Pork, at Sis.
GH0CEH1K8-Hugar Arm, and la fair demand at
Molassea held firmlr at 40. Oodet buoyant,
WHISKY The market It staaiy, with s fair de.
maud, aud the sales comprise Sou brut, at Wi&MHc.,
th. isU'S for wagon.
WHEAT This article sympathised with Flonr
and the market closed dull aud nominal at ll 10(3
112 for prim, red, and tl in I 20 fur prim. whit.
No ealos reported.
, t'OUN-Tho niaiket It dull, and ear I. athada
lower: closing at 4.V. for bulk; shelled declined to
4M&WC. for mixed and white.
OAT8 The market la dull and heavy at 40c. in
bulk: sale. MM bushels last evening, at 40c.
KVE Is dull aud lower: we quota prim at 66
86c. from depots.
BAKLKr-Ths receipU or prime faUare light, and
the demand good at Me. The lower grades ar dull,
and uot wanted.
HAY The market it steady, with a fair demand
at tin per tun fur prime Timothy iu bale, oa arrival,
aud $irra)lrt looae In wagons.
CllEfc.E-Th demand oontlnne fair, and th
market steady at 7i.f,;Sc. for Western Keaen.l sales
Su boxes Western Heserve at 7.Sc.
BU'i'TER 1'he market Is dull: several of tha prin
cipal packer, having withdrawn from the market,
f rices are unchanged; we quote prime yellow Oan
ralUhloat lis l ie., end Inferior and light colored
do. N. Western Hatarr oomlnf Lu, and pries, ar
nominal at 141-V:.,
POTATOES The demand Is fair, and tbe market
closed at tl HKftl 75 por brl. Air prima Northern, and
ils)l so ibr ouiumon.
New York Market.
and nominally unchanged, with trifling sales.
Flour Irregular; fresh ground Stat Is in moderate
reriueet at about previous price for white; common
aud medium grade, of Weat.rn are heavy and lower:
salus or i2,uoo brla. at t-Vatt 10 for eupernne Sum;
R 1U8M fur extra State; t4 1KXS5 for superbna
Western; AX43 19 for ouaumon to medium extra West
ern; 5 tu.(ji 60 for .hippiug brands uf axt a roun.l
boopOhlo; closlug steady for Mlaie, and heavy and
drooping lor Western. Canadian Flour in moderate
demand and without material change: aalea of sou
brls. at (9 1.V37 60 for common to cholc extra. Bye
lour steady and unchanged, wltn moderate sales at
ts ao,4 ai for oomm n to cholc superfine. Corn
meal quiet aud nucuauged. ,
Whlnky mora active, with sales of too brlt.at 11 Ho.
wheat about 1 cent lower, with a moderate busi
ness doing for export: talee of 17,000 bushelt Mil
wauklo Club at tl 1KI 13; lljsaj bushels vsry
choice d.o at fl 13, with certain tivorable conslder
atious to the purehiiser; 13,000 bushelt llactnc spring
at .1 13; 6.DOU bushels Chicago spring at tl Id; 6.600
bushols while Iudlaua at 31 40; rksu bushels lufarior
"at ?!,3l s.0"0 bushels red State at SI In; l.ano
amber Western at tl 37, and 3,000 white Southern
ou prlvat terms, Bye quiet at Die. Barley dull and
nominal. Corn dull, aud lower: sales of 36,000 bush
'" ':? f,,r unsound, aud MSwlHc. for sound
mixed Western. Data in moderate reouael at Sia3c.
tor Canada East, and 40j4lc. Ut WeaUrn aud Statu.
Pork dull and heavy, with aaloa of 400 brls. at
tls I2il 3b for uew Mess, $179717 jn fur old, fuel
g.13 76 for uew prime, aiM tit 60 lor old prima. Beef
quiet, and uuchauged: aalss of 176 brls. at Stunt 23
fur country prime, ft 8W(ii5 for country Moss, 111 ISei)
12 90 for extra Moss. Prima Meas Beef dull. Beef
llama very dull at lojl.lC. for Western, and I0(S,llr.
for state. Cut Meats quiet and steady: aaias of ISO
package, at i.(o)7Hc. for Shoulders and !(fi,lSc.
for llama. Bacon dull and nominal. Lara quiet
and firm: aalea of mo brls. at UHMlUie, Butter
is selling at lOiuioc. for Ohio, and I1&2U0. for Stat.
Cheese dull at TYiiUiiHc. for inferior to prime.
Cogee very Quiet : sales SO bag. ltio at UHo. Mo
lasses, sales of luu hluls. Bsi Iia.I.iam at :liW . tl. ai.u.L-
aggl.gatu. 0,215 hhds , of which 1,2 10 Is Cuba Mus-
twvado; 1,636 Clayed Cuba, aud 2, 367 Porto itico; and
fe,i u.w, o. ati amus ui augur, ii.avy atiu quiet:
Mis. do nut exceed lsn hh.u .iAV7Un r..pr..i.u.
and 7HC- fur Porto Uico: stock amount, to 76 syq
khds. Sugar, Including &5,3u Cubal 1,666 do. N.w
Orlaaul, aud 9.616 Porto Biuo, biwdea 5.JU0 U.lado;
ooavs, ami u,iw nags, nice auu: tale, uf 79
tWo. at tKtHtte. cash. ...... ... "'"tt' "
New York Stock Market.
NlW YoSK. June IS P Sf Slnrkt rather
acttre and better: ttli illug IMcbange better at K)Mi
fcloj's lor bauksr.' lulls; Cblt.o and Bock Iiland ,
BurUiigiou-,fAi; Chic.gu. Builington and Uiuncy,
72 H; 8. 90! Clev.land and Toledo, 2VH; Gal.ua and
CblcsgNiim; Sin fugue Hem hern guaranteed, Wt
Mich gan Boutlieru, 1,T; Michigau Central, 40;
Harlem preferred, 37; Hallem, llS; Hudson 67H;
New York Central, 6IM; Erie. IT; Vacltlc Mall, Mj;
llllBOlt Untral Bouda, 1H; Itnnaat. SUaa, St.
MOTION . tsALtt atT J. GIFF CO -vcellent
Frame hon and Lot. Family Hors.,
Carriage and Hnrne.-Wlll 1 ar.M at nubile auc.
tlonon WEONESUAY ArTERHOON, June V, at
'i o'clock, oa the pramisea, No. 4)8 B.ttst.. north
tins. b.tws.nCntUr .nd Linn, a Lot fart front hv
res fast deep to a I4H foot alley. Tb Bonse is two
torlas, tv. rooms pavad eellar. cistern and hrdrant
n theyard, b ln-aouee, shnibhery, grspes, Ac. On
J . l5? !t la anew two-.tnryTirlok subl., 16
rest by , which can b ased aa a carpenter shop, or
niannractorv or any kind, lialng on a wld alirv.
Term, of isle One-third ca.h, balasot lo on. and
two y.ar., with six psr sent. InUrest.
Ar.tO-At asm. time, for cash, a flrtt-rate FatnllV
Horae, for carriage or saildle, afanilly earrlaga and
nawharnee. , JACOB 0A.rg, Anciion".
. WT 18 East fourth-street.
A tCTins 8ALE.-BY JACOB GRAFF A CO
JSk A.ljonrnsd sal ot Lots on the John Riddle.
EH!,M.,,'".m f1 Pbllo auotlon, on
MONDAt MORNING, Jun. I J, at o'clock' ml
4?,". a . on. hundred Lou la tha ohn
Riddle, sen., est.te. Th. location of these lots,
the Htraat Railroads running to ttism. and tha
tmprovsments golug oa 1 tha vicinity, render
them desirable for Investment or stcnlait.,iK
basldsa bich, Ibay mutt bs sold, and ths tills will ba
confirmed lj the court. Th. Iom on Browne-strMt.
fk-'uf"4' "'' ofunwd at thi asi.; also torn at
tb. fill) property.
.JiS'J itOB4-,,,M kalane la ens and
two year., with tlx per cant Interest.
For particulars applr to Messrs. Tllden A Batrden,
attorneys: Adam N: Riddle, Esq., t . B. Reader, Esq
N. B.-tha companr will meet at th Brighton
House, as th tale will eomm.nc naar that plaoe.
., JAOvB GKAgF. Auctlonwr,
WT 18 East Fourth-strewt.
COTTON HALK-BY COOPItlt A SroRCS
i. Tblrty-.lght Lota of Land In Presley Hsmpsr's
Subdivision. Will ba sold at public auction na
WKDNKHbAY AFTERNOOrTjuua JO, at 1. cluck.
.. ...... ...... n n r a a. 1 vv. l. . UllS Bl A C1U4
(in the premise. Thlr y-slght Lots of L.nd In Hn
joy aoransr's Siib llvislnn, fronting on the r til lead
ing to W alnnt Hills. Theae lots front on MrYiin.n,
Boone, Fowler, Wilkinson, Kenton and gymmee
streets, and are each 15 feet front by lii feet deep.
Term, of sale Oi,e.lhirl easb, balane. In n. and
two yean, with r.lx per eeut. intereat, ascu.ed by
mortgage on th prarateaa. Title perfect. Sele ro.l-llvf.-
rerauna wishing to attend this sale will meet
at Walnut Uills-roed, near the property to ba .old.
COOPttat A bTOKI-1, Auc ho ears.
1.16 14 KaVAF. nrth-t.
CELEBRATED AND " SIPERIOB
A N " ; ?
. . -pct cf- .
Especially for Summer Use.
THEY ARB EXTRA IN WZB, AND OF
the moat exquisite flavor. No expense or labor
aaved in getting tbein up. Tht object was to get up
AN EXTRA ARTICLEI
Which hat been ncMfully accomplished.
GIVE THEM X TRIAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED I
ROBERT ORR, Agent,
W-tf PapotKo. 11 Wert rtfth-atmt.
NEW AND IMPROVED
SnCTTLE OS LOCK-STITCH
THR BEST AND 05I1.V MACHINES IN
tha market suitable far aTttiids ..l ...n
at purposes, at th
LOW PRICE OP $50.
OROVEU Ac BAKER,
bewino machine co
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
Hav removed the Sales-mom of th
ALLIGATOR COAL C00K1X6 STOVE
From No. 333 Fourth, to their new store,
8. W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND ELM.
V . B. Order. Ibr th. foiindarv recalved as nsnal at
ur old .land, No. 303 Watt Fourth -slre.t, until
furthsr notioe. mylo-tf
Sometliiiig- IVotv !
ITOVJSIaF W01' COAI"CHAR-
No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat!
To dltcommod th o para tor. Th beet and moat
economical Summar arrans.m.nt extant. In prao.
lonerattea vry day, at 11 A. No. 11 Wast
wr County' Bight, for sale. Jel-cm
J. C. TO WEES & CO.,
NO. 149 WA IN- S THE g T. '
OCR DRESS HATS AT 94 AND 99 ARB
aneaualed. . , ,
Aa iaapactioa aolioited. myliwam
JEt E BI O 'YJE X .
a. c. parry;
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
' . Haa removed to
AGENT FOR STEWART'S AIR-TIGHT
Sunnier and Winter Oonklng-stovo. Also aa.nt
for Carter'. FiUarlug Uydraut, au.rs It may ba aaea
JoCULi.g dona with promprnaai and dispatch. '
. ' ma371 -
' LANE & BOOLE Y,
' ANDCIRCUIaAR saw-mills.
Ookmt of Ittm ami tratsr-strssas, OtaeliiinW, OMo,
O. W. MAOIL.L, .
AGENT FOR COLLECTING - RBNTH,
Vou and Accounts, aud tor the purchase aud
") of Beal Kalate, Hndiug tenants, paylug taxes,
Ac. Onto., 1T1 Waluut-sl., np stain. j.ls-f
FK.tiCflB,A.fi AND SHOES,
Av Ladies' Heeled Uallera,
, . Ladle.' Heeled Boota,
Ladles' livolsd Slippers, - -
fteuu' Ane sewed Calf Boots,
. atlasea" and Children'. Bool, and Shoes'
Go .to the llostou Cheap Shoaator, . Flfth-.traet,
ootween Klin aud Baca. myM-am-
fNOLIMII kHARDWARB PA PER, -
Paper, and have on handa full assorlmeutof regular
"I"1 welghta, to which we iavit tn. atuulton
of Hardware lie lars. PruggUts, Ac
. lltS A CHATFIBLD,
T7 and 70 Walaubotiwa.
IIaIJBti'. times it goes. ports
MoVl'll, Jna 1. iaui.-Ma. J. J. ilunia, Agent,
Cincinnati Dear Sin Pleaa asnd us thlrtf aavea
aosea of your -,
KICELSIOR FLUID INKS, .
Andobllg . '
jell aw BBACKILFORD A SPRAT.
fAr,NG's CELEBRATED FARINA
? tlllACKBRa-Mada ft m matoriuT preiarJl
from thui aurtlun uf th. wheat which 1. most nutri
tious ai.d.AMaitliful. lu.i an si. 4vllghtrul to th
taste, and fur prutetsluual gonlleuieu, banksrs, a-ian-Kanta
aad clarka, .bay may b. used for lunch with WJ
reat silvautagala naautialnlng abaal'hnil rugaJar
tyof th. ai.tvm, ' AABOJf A. COLTklt, .
).t ' Wo. 81 nd SvU .l..-.t-t.
v. a. aauwra, - m: -i r. j. , satnwrg
BALDWIN 6k BALDWIN,