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fir Hives iHH b Inserted twtea for 4S eeaal
'.J- . tar ' fmr room. IK 1 1m smith aiirl of 11
V,' '"tv. nr thfeor runr ior.nu ceatraltr locatart. All
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VA!,IT'-TK'' CKHTH-At Drat ah lookrt
. . V J'S".!! awkwardly when tha orprator WW tak
' t A B. f.lkeneaa, hilt iaWaflervrTd Ant A gisst ml
l..r ten rente, aw a large, rlrhly cuiorrw ana, la
V'ANT1'a ' man o attend aiarket.
V flail. Also.. one clerk, one nlrtr. rUrk. and
a vg.uia.maa Iv w.rk for a traveling ajhll.ill
or parlKvilnrn apuljlallfr o'clH!kiar the Kmr.1.
neat Agency, Third nt., near Vina, third iV.
fnml IfMii. ,. , , ... jfii-b
WANTKII-One rhaailairttiaiil, two onoks, on
gill waiter. Ainu several glib fr general
D"WHrwnrk. Alio one girl to go to the cnAnlryto
itk tur a Htiiall family.
Apply at Itta ICmrlnvmrnt
;"". J iniru-ai., near t Inn up Main, iuir.1 .oi
mrfl. i if
1 1 out rora.
WANTKD-TKN CKNTS-8ha aclfd til
t'f a liniiil olilld, tllllin tR.k r to .
..... .j n.ii-ii, .....in main. fitrn
w rictim.. rl. l.ly t.,t,.rcti,lii (III fn
A kf a ainoU, Mrlutit Plctnni jkr Urn crDta.
,'VAn'''F.I-8'ith1 Taralnhani who nn do rt
' V olaw Wrll-k WM ItllkCMV.R fill 'H
("Willi ilacklni l actury, in rant of itt'i HichnioDd-
y'ri'at. . , Jaai
V MortKo in giHid Inipt-ovid property givin.
worll! .Adilroaa A. B. B., Box 1,33.1 Poat-
nlHca. ( n-1-....j. , f,' .jr-b
WANTEDTWO American Klrta, glrla for tlia
c.miitrr; Hood wagiw ulron. Aim., one earriHgH
flrtrwr. rardnT, man and wlfr, withmit rblldri.ni
im-nian tr Anif-rlran (ami hand, and min li.r other
work. Apply at 43 Kaat Fonrth-atrri.t, luli'lllimnca
. "iniw. . , fr1"1
VA,,,TK,,-A HITUATIOV-By a TO.mjt nmn
aii travclliiK affnt. Ilaa tra.pd Ihrnhffti lit
rihina. lillaola, Iowa and WlBCmmln fornvp yoarafor
w hnl.ilf irrirry and llniior lnwlDwa. Good rpfpr-
mico RiTnit. AddranaM J. T.l thin finlra. MMb'
ATE1'A fHW mart fnn4 Rniiinciu Afhti.
n'mi n CHnm 111 mamiM, ny mail, 10 vox
1 lw'al. .iwlnmtl, Ohio, utid yu wtll rtcivn a rtr
iiilur, with (nit tnrnrnmUon. K flnenpfiliig fnr all
vrio Are uut of rmpluyntont.
ISo bvtter enn be
alraunnn, bonk-kMtpen, bKr-kfrwrn, Krtini,
O Kpr, tiinchiiiiicd. lkboreni. and othorstf nould urn
ly nt th Mnrrbaiita' Ulrku' Rocittrr (Mtlc( No.
iZH Wnlnnt-Klrwt. ljr;'l-Vl A 00.
MTANTRf-TO" flKfTT-A tMr Dwelllnir.
pletiKtMiMr Wpi, within on nr twn mMf
ffnriartn,onrnri)minnnlbitnr rnllnMvd route,
AdilreBoBox'J.O'Jtt, lqtoRicUio.nnatl. jcl.f
WANTKI ATTKNTIOTV Imnortnnt fteert-t
tor Married Ladics.-Mni. HI KI,K;il, M.
I , will Ifctnra on MONDAYS, WEOMKHDAYS
And KKIDAVH, at 11 oVIock A.M., at hor oB;
B irth-aHt crrir of Rat and 8.x.hrtU.,Itootn Ha.
3. Onfiiltrttin hours frim 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.,or
thrnusti tho PnntoftiuA. Mm. Btirbtffth hn brought
from tfiitmpn nni4lU for f'-muw dlaeiwMi whirh giv
. toil tiro and lmiuediate relict. je)2-ara
mmTATKO-S ftOO MKN-To ivll a new and
? uplcndid (JAMf'AIliN MAP. ftlOQanmnth
run b roalicd. Cn tpn or addrM MACK It.
run d" rvanxt-u. tmi wp"n or m
11AKNIT,, lLjk and .Map Tut
' Vourtb it., C.ucinoaU. . (
.'uuliahtir, af4 wit
FOR. RFNT-A In 8tom, flo frt dewn, nd
PwelliiiR with ovon rooait and evwrr conv
ntnci tfttuatttd right in 11)6 center of busfnM, on
Kittli-at. : r and Pixtnrosfor mlo at a bar
gain. AfldreM X. ., this ottio, glvlnf real name
mid pi are of interview. j-25-d
I7MR RftXT-HOTiHK-ConUlninff II or 1A
; 1-rxjinn, unit ti d for an eat i ox or IxmrdJus house,
fin. lift WtMt Fifth-street. Inquire in the store.
FOR RENT-TWO ROOMS-turntshed or nn
furiiLlted, suiUbls for feotlmneu ouly. Apply
tit 31 lUcti-Htrnut, near Front. je24-b
FOR RENT II0U8K A three -story brick
tiuitse cuiittiinlng 6 rooms, cellar, front and back
..rd,Biui and othr convenience. No. 81 Mill-street.
U'twoen Third and Fourth; a very comfortable reM
' ili'iice. Apply Mt, No. 09 Park-street, or on the
iremirWH. ' jeai-b
BOR RENT-No. 4-M John-tret, Hmwe
F Wintainliifr e rooms, front and side yiird; uewly
i ti( n ted. For LHirticnlHrs lii(iiire of A. BKV1H, cor,
1- ittli and Vine, fjeavltt A Bevls. - je2l-b
Ijl(R RENT 1IOU8K No. 85 Pendleton-st.,
: ooutainiiitf ft rooms, kiUd.au, cMtara. Hydrant,
mid law yrI. Kent per month. Apply to
1ANIKI PWTTIIR, Attorney, No, 1 second door,
Ma)nlc Bnlldlnff, Third-street.' j'2.-b'
IjiOR H ENT-At a low ftnure, Warehonsee 30
and Il-t Water-st., botwoen Main and Walnut,
itetf wct of the Pnhlte Landlnff a-n three and a
half stories lilnh, with oodd'p cellars. Inquire
TipoHite the premise o? J. D. STIX1.WKM.-, 33
noil RENTA FINE OFFICK-Ou the ground
i diately, if mjuired.
Htiitable for anv biiHinoss iMit
U road way.
equirlng etorage. Apply to AUH'M LYONS, 10
FOR 8AIiEOrocerr, Meat and Provision Store
well stocked with fixtures, and good will, la
one of the beat looations ia the city, doing a good
iMtsioexs. Will be sold io. Apply to HALE A CO.
i'-iS Wslnat-st. e . . v jeafr-b
"7OR ALB IMG A Am Newfoundland dog,
av oue eur old, can be bought cheap by applying
on Cabot'Street, between Bollevue aud Mndlfon,
Newport, Ky - - jeJ4-b
IiOll HALE A second-hnnd TOP BUOdY, In
in good running order, or will exohango for a
.Spring Wagon. Call nt the Grocery, north-east cor
tier of Prenman and Rlchmond-sts. jc)-f
btOR. HAf.R-A Retail Stock of Groceries. No
X1 tionn and Variety Goods, with the good wtll of
a weii-estabiisneu nusiness, ana nvu years lease o a
store. Also, a good Building Lot In the most im
proved part of the city. The proprietor being com
pKlled to quit business, will oiler the same on very
favorable terms. For further information apply at
the corner of Third aud Greenup-sts.t Covington,
FOR KAliB Bteam Knglne and Boiler, now In
urie at Noa. flltt and 1411 Walnut-street, where
they can be seen at any it rue. Kngioe Cylinder, 8
inches diameter, stroke 3 feet, governor and Judson
vnlve attiicbed, and castlroa bad. oiler Length,
my-tf IIARRIAON A WILSON.
BOARDING A small family can obtain a large
front room, unfurnished, with board, In a pri
vnto fumtly, located in a pleasant neighborhotd iu
ilm nuriii.trn niri f the oitv ' Terms mode rata.
Apply Rt 104 Libt-'rty st., east of Broadway. Je-b
BOARDINTJ. A (entlenuu and wife, or two
siugle guiitlemun, can be accommodated with
boaadatMd Broadway. je24-b
llltH It I M ft A few neraons oan be aceommo-
MM dated with board and rooms at 10 Lougworth-
r-Ueet, between Vine aud Haca. jeat-b
BOARDING A gentleman and wife oan obtain
a tine lront room, unfurnished, with board, In
u small EngliHlifaiiiily, located in oue of the most
healthy quarters of the city; room very large and
airy. Add. can, with name aud where aeou, 11. P.,
box S10 postotnoe.
nOARDING Summer-boarderti can be aecom
moilatdat the Penusyrvauia Hotel, Columbia,
lib single or double rooms, well ventilated ; new
liirniture; healthy and pleasant location, on the
Little Miami Hal I road ; three trains stop daily : Ave
liuus of coaches. Charges very rvas juabW. I'aTVon
ne s.lioited jtii-A
OAU DING Several young gentlemen, or two
m .a ilinui fuMiUiM. Rt.ii tw uKAm iiiiMlated with
liawly-repaired. lurnished or uufuruished rooms and
g ni boanling.at moderate terms, by applying at No,
East Filth-st., N. W. corner Broadway. jeltt-f .
TOHT.-BH1T On tho' lid Inat., . fl-blttn
i Folutt'r Slut, aavn uionllin old, with livrr hond
mill oan, llvar nn.it at but nl tall. Any JWaop re.
turning Ur to KUWAEb H 00 A Hi naif to Bulll
"1 yan'a blabla, on Waatm-row, will ba lewarflad.
1 fi.J-bl ,
. OHT-lu OoTingtim, on hut Babbath, aouth of
- MA t-.h-valiin-a.., a llwl uoral neaa nracrir., .i.i
.1 -I Th. ...... Iur k .nut ImTIIT l.r
1, ani.g it at MrllOALD'tt Jtwuiry Shop, oornar of
4 Ji tin gnu aimiwuii. y . -j ' . - . ' Jc
' tif OKTOn fhuraday morning. Aooount Book.
A Tlia flndur will confer A larof br In.viDg it at
Ih. lj.re, J0FillU-t. t JM-b
Pino Yacht for Dale.
v ' The New Sail-boat America,
TriCIM. BY THK. JDK I. EBB. AT
Jl jgiAI-nullder, UA1D a 11BI...I M' lorai
VVt feu' l"ii And U feat wldet two 'ta of ;par,,
,lfri rlgliif aad AKkiBi fni4f. mtti ,u lJO1
'"'Tha'aola raaaim the ownar baa fop dlapoalnl of thla
gi.lolidid yaohl la lhatbU bualoaM calla him from
Ilia oily vory mlliog aaaaon, aud ha la thi-rafora
v illlng to dUpuM of the boat at about kali lia orig
inal ootft. ar nliog an oppurtu.iitv to yoHag
' .i.i...... ..r I.HHlil.fi.r Mxr.il.a ihml la rarnlv oflerrd.
i or liu-ther luforuialioB o lua auluaci wUraaa Poatr
vfnea oi a,wv.i
TI1K - DAttiY PRtiSS.
Mith AV.....v-......uiAjnjk a 1i
U roa want, ko.ua. adrorllaa In lb tAlLT
. JIf row wan'tairTantjadrartla, In thi)AtLT
" In (art, arerr want ainplied by adTt.rlaln
in uu daily p rem. t 1 i 1 1
ft rm wnV Itnatlon, adrartkM I. Hn
H9 Ad,artfclatanta n... imimAtU .. A Unu
langth. lnasrtad In th Wantrd " coluiwn lwi- ft
' : - .r ... u-
Bt Manv-ArrlTM itiAft A. M. and 4t10 r. M.i
elnw. At t A. M. and 8 P. M.'
DAHiaiona, WAaniKtrrop and Wimm,-Ah
rlrraat SilJ A. M !dat 8 P. M.
at. Long And LolilnTiiu. Arriea at 11 A. M.
and ! t. M.lelnapaatl A. M. and 4 P. M.
CfltrAoo Attn NoTlt-wtaT. Arrlrra at 1 1 A . H.
and J r. M.I ln" at I A. M. and 4 P. At.
ma Wamt n PoaT.ri.
SunciAj, June 24: '
Mr, hrwdrpMiiiala, Tokalo, Ohto. . ' !
J. h. Murray, Cllliborongb, Ind.
If nTBnnnfMt.rlAt. OMiaviainka ft If .
r-, w Hv a
Above aro .19
A Imt geroM
Kiwacaphii Favobs. J. V. Glore, Mnit
Aeent of tho Corlnirton and Lexineton Ritil-
road, furnished tut yestcrdujr yrith Louisvillo
pnpers, biz noun in aamnce ot tne mail.
Adams Exprcm Coupamt. Thia nirallant
Companj place us under daily obligations
nunujia pHjwrB, uiwnjH in iwiTHnce ui tne
mail litTors we especially appreciate, and
fur which we are duly thankful. j
' BcRULART lb VlNK-eTREET. A hoUM OU
Vine-street, near the Hamilton-road, occu
pied by a man named Joseph Conkhn, was
feloniously entered on Hattirday night and
robbed of eight or ten dollars in money, and
a similar amount in jewelry. ' . :
- 1,1 i
Boy Sivirily Injured iv a Fall. A lad
about nine years of age, named James Mamo,
while playing on the roof of on ont-houae
near his lather's residence, on Pleasant-street,
bear Liberty, yesterday afternoon, fell and
broke his left arm, and fractured his skull so
badly that it is thought be can not survive.
KsnAEt, Arrested. Mathew Kessel, the
individual who instigated the arrest of Don
ovan and Collins, for the murder of Prof.
Crawley, was himself arrested and lodged in
the Ninth-street Station-house, yesterday ,bn
a charge of perjury, preferred against him by
the injured parties.
Severs Accident to a Factory Operative.
A severe accident occurred on Saturday to
Frederick Remeyer, one of the operatives at
Mudge's bedBtead factory, on Second-street.
As be was supplying a planing machine with
rails, his right hand was accldently caught
Detween tne rollers, wiucn are out seven
eighths of an Inch apart, and the hand, with
the forearm, was drawn into the machine,
crushing both in a frightful manner.
. SiRiotm and Probabi.t Fatal Accident.
Yesterday evening, between five and Biz
o'clock, the sign of Messrs. Many, Rankin It
Co. fell from its place on' the left wing of the
Burnet Houscj knocking down a little boy,
the son of Michael Plunket, fracturing his
skull, and otherwise injuring him, so that his
recovery isconsidered very doubtful. Several
other children were playing iu the vicinity
at the time, but fortunately escaped unhurt.
The parents of the child reside at 111 West
Third-street, whither he was taken, and
medical aid called to his assistance.
Fourth or Jolt Excursion bt the Typo
graphical Union. The legitimate represen
tatives of the typographical fraternity of the
city have determined to celebrate the ap
proaching anniversary of the natal day of
the Republic by a grand excursion, under the
auspices or tne "union, which will be made
to Miami Grove, a beautiful spot, about
twenty miles down the river. The steamer
iladuon has been chartered, and Brandt's
splendid Cornet Band engaged for the occa
sion Those who wish to pass a pleasant day
in the woods should avail themselves of this
opportunity. Tickets one dollar to be had
of the Committee of Arrangements, and at
the counting-rooms of the Enquirer, Timet
ana trrat oinces.
Cincinnati Musicians in Baltimore. The
Baltimore Clipper of Friday contains the
following compliment to Mentor's Cornet
Bond of this city: "If the Democratic Con
vention has done no other good for our
citiiens, it has brought hither some of the
finest bonds of music we have ever listened
to, who nightly indulge us with a concord of
eweet sounds trom the porticos ol the several
hotels in the Stiuarc Prominent amonir
these are the Philadelphia Band, that Accom
panied the Keystoneuiub; thelireat Western,
from Chicago, and Mentor's Cornet Band,
from Cincinnati. It is hardly fair to be invid
ious, bnt from a fair trial of their powers
lost. night we ore compelled to award the
palm, in our humble judgment, to the latter:
and, Indeed, this seems to be the universal
opinion, as was evinced at the conclusion of
the performance or the "Anvil Chorus, ' when
the whole mass of enraptured listeners burst
forth in spontaneous applause. The bands
followed each other in rapid succession until
a late nour or me nignt, wncn tne crowd re
luctantly dispersed. ., ,,
Lord Bbouohaii's Installation Addhbss.
Lord Brougham s installation address, at
Kdinburg, is described as an unparalleled feat
for S man aged eighty-two years. It fills
seventy pages of print, and occupied upward
of five hours in delivery. The range of sub
jects is wide and diversified, from Hume'i
Argument on juiraeiet to tne pontics ot tne
nresentdav. An intercatincr nersonal remi
niscence of so distinguished: an orator is in
teresting: "it is the greatest or all mistakes
to fancy that a carefully prepared passage
can not be delivered before a modern
audience. I once contended, on this point
with a classical scholar, and no inconsider
able speaker himselt Lord Melbourne who
immediately undertook to point out the
passages which I had prepared and those
which were given on-nona, a,na on the in
spiration of the moment. He wag wrong in
almost every guess he mode."
The greatest' feat of endurance was dis
played by those who beard the address of my
Lord. Good as it was, its length must have
made it an awful bore. "
Diabolical Attim pt to Poison a Family
in St. Louis. Mr. James Mudam, his wife
and dausliter. residing at Ho. 824 Franklin
avenne, after drinking tea yesterday morning
at breawasi, itnmeaiabsiy rjegan to tie taken
with violent symptoms of poisoning. Dr.
Barnes was senttTor, and, suspecting the true
state ol the case, administered an emetic.
The remainder of the tea was examined br
Dr. Stieren, a practical chemist, and by means
of Marsh's analytic process, arsenic was dis
covered in quantities to have killed fifty per
sons. The great quantity swallowed by the
family was the means of saving them, as it
produced vomiting. Dr. Stieren, however,
adm niatered the usual antidotes, and last
night tho family were pronounced out of
... Mr. Medom Is at alosa to account for the
nresence of poison. A oerson is suspected.
and the matter will be thoroughly investi
gated. jumourt nepubucan. .
t M.'.'ri) m ' 1
. The Japanesi Baooaoi to bi Preserved
The Jananese broutrht eiirhtv tuns of hair-
gage with, them, ft is said that they care
fully preserve all toe newspapers which de
scribe their visit If this is so, thev will
take back more than one hundred ana tizty
tuns of baggage. . ,
Merer 'offend a butler the wretch has too
many chances of retaliation.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ART.
mhiwm anrmg im pa, waairNaTeT-en Very amall,
and lb dram. to nee an exproartv though not very
legant phfaaw-gnmiaio hare Been thoroughly played
out. Marlon Macarthy and Tells A. Vlncant, we
are coiiTtncrd. althouah Mr. ICIUIpr thlnka dlfn..
Ally, w.111 nst u.'i-w.i la reiatitiU.nlllf tula
iSraUVIlttlia MlmaHn. nf Ik. a,kllM II J
i a. tlia alt tart of thVareW notaithataadla.
lejeniaimQia gtocg coriKuyat wpnf a, dms.Aaa,
denon played an engagement of Are weeka, ont aT
th moat aiicceaafnl and brilliant ever MrfoffflM In
tho city. Illf A Logan drew Jnat ,nch audience, aa
ner population awMtad; Barry Sullivan waa mm
fnl, and Kdwln Booth waa largely patronlcrdA alr
Chanfraa dlegnated th awiply boxe. to which kaa
played, during two weeka, when Mra. Waller abMid
have lieen th atar, and-would hare been, l.at for
omeof th prejudice of thi) nlanAger whirl)
t rare to writ. ' .
It needa rery Utile Mora this Ihll tlateaiawi .V
arUlo toarhtny dramAtie ratarer for the ptrMfe.
KM tlvr e.h than Mr. Kllaler) that emaacuUUd
theatrical Will not be balronlleil in till cltr. and
Ihit th irgltlnwle la aiMtaliied xactly In proportion
to th atyle and maniior In which It la proiiented.
Hla oompany, aa a wbole, thronghotit tho aeaaon has
bean execrable, and, Judging from thleataiid-point, be
haa been much better supported by the people Uiari
he deaerved. , : v
Mr. Anderson playa "Ring Lear'' very rll; but ol
what vnlu la that when "UmierHv' "Regan."
I'ordella," "Blindiid," "Edgar." "Oloater," atud
and tho reat are Id th hand of person who ihould
he walling. maid, and erventi. Kllia Logan playa
"JnlM" admirably, hul erra herexquiaite vote,
artistic rending, and altogether claaalcal Inineraoaa.
Hon, can not dwtroy the dlaguatlng effect of a
'Romeo" who walk, like a hippopotamus and act
Ik a clown, or a "Mercittlo," who tranaforma th
character Into that of a mountebank or a buffoon.
Barry Hiilllran givoa an oxoellent Inturniwtatlrm of
"llnmlet," but when the "King" la not fit to de
liver nieseagai la a flrst-claaa tlioater, the "Horatio,'
without autttcient Intellect and Judgment to enable
him to understand the line or conceive the charac
ter, aud th mho, part filled, IVlMaae mm, the c
formanc la painfnl iu th extreme, and altogether a
bore; for even tho poetry of dliakapeare lose. Its
twenty hi rchaaraed by player who havo neither
"the aoceht of Christiana, nor the gait of a Christian,
pagan aor man."
A reform Is noeded, and must be brought about In
this manner, or it will nover com at all. The capita
norma- may applaud a bad aotor, while the real
patron of th drams prefer to read their favorite
authors by their own Hrasldc. Instead of baring
him murdered at tho theaters; managers may oeci!
lata niraver between dishonesty and starvation, and
give their annnriiumorariea benefits in the vain hope
that they will assist In the payment of back salaries
but thetudlcloue, whose good opinion I only worth
the having, will not sit In the boxes while tlx. legiti
mate drama la being prostituted, or patiently listen
to th mtsarahl platltndos of Oar vfofrieo Cotuin
and CIIe BflW, whan they ar substituted (br It.
Plus's OPRR.t-llovaK.Th complimentary teal!
monial to Professor Mason, which will take place
next Thursday night, at the Opera-house, promises
to be very agreeable, and will doubtless be largely
attended. Those who attended the Ftoraland Myth
ological Exhibition a few weeks ago may attend the
coming one without fear of growing tired In cons,
quence of long waits between the parts, as tho per
romance will b ntirly. prtmed of the objectionable
feature whloh w noticed In . tho on that preceded
It. The fnAfoem and proceaalona will be better rcu
dered, and 111 idea of both poet and painter more
fitly represented. The costuming haa been well
cared for, and ww have eVaaon to believe that ffowara
will not only be more plentiful, but will also be a.
Meted with a just cars to their appropriateness to tho
different nationalities. f ; "
Mci.oi.xon Hall. The personal and professional
friend or Professor S. tJ.'It eUhrnilrk havo tendered
him u compllmeuturv belielU, to tnko plaoo at Hie
nlelodeonv Hull on, Thursduy vnlng. Madame
gtahl, Messrs. Torso, Knnkel and Warwood have
volunteered thoir aervicea upon this occasion, and
th entertAliimeiiL promises to bo, in nvory way
Smith A Nixon's Hll. The pupil or the Third
Intermediate School will give a grand vocal'and In
strumental cmicert ou Tuesday evunlng, under the
direction or l'rofossor Wdber, the pmcaeds of which
are to be applied to paying forth piano iu nso by
th school, and, which we hop earnestly, may be
largely attended. .. .. , ! .
New YOHK.Nathing has been decided yet in re.
gard to a summer season at th Academy of Music.
but It Is not very probable that one will be. under
taken. ; ,
A travesty called Tho Lady of the Lake, written
by Mortimer Thompson, (Doosticks,). haa been pro.
duced at Klblo'a. The New York Port, in speaking
of it says;
"The slight plot Is founded on Scott's well-known
Pjom, tne principal characters in wiucn are broadly
urleautted. The new piece Is'iu one long act. di.
vided into about a dosen aoo nes. Th uouversation
is in thestvleof rhvma nsnallv Touii'i tn the bur.
leaque, and contain some good old jokes, two or
mrco new ones 01 auoiou wn, ana uoi a rew mat
are sugKestive nf the old Bowery or National rather
than mora respectable theaters. The local allusion
took well with the uudieuce, nu'l a comic song about
Tommy and Ills fusciuatious, each verso ending with
inu classic liue.
'Ho's bound to have a Yankee wife, by jingo, or
was tumultnonsly encortd. Thr Waa a numbar ol
ongs in the piece Introducing the popular aire ol
the day, the Kelson Bisters singing at times with
eonsiuerauio aaui ana utsie. 1 no seenory WHS lair,
uui ui.i not wora wen ou iiie nrsi uigni.
. v.. ...-.I., r. .k.. -...t.... ..i
and Doesticks1 Lady of tha Lake is scarcoly destiued
eu iiuiHvrMtA gtury hsu uuuy.ug lam.
At th Winter Oarden Julia Dean HayM has
been playing the part of "Mad Hetty," In a whit
aud black monstrosity, entitled The Old Plantation,
or. The Beat Uncle Tarn.
' PHiLAuriraU-There' Is nothing new either In
musical r dramatic art in the Quaker City.
Boston. Th Cortes! Opera Troupo have been per
forming with soma succe In Boston, dnrliuj the
past week, with considerable success. The Post thus
disposes or v abbrl, a she appeared in Joiohc.
Mme. Fabnri was, of course, the principal personal
attraction. Hhe is of rather small stature, with a
orignt, imoingcnr no, wnicn in pictures in out
ringing, telling, powerful soprano voice, which is
more brilliant than sympathetic In quality, but
which has a most searching fullness and richness In
Its unner register, r. he is bv no means a HiiImIim vo.
oall.it, having grave fault aa. a mere exorntamt: but
she has a dramatic vigor, a clear perception of tho
meaning aud aoope of both music and actlou, which
mark lier performances with the stamp of real
ability. The Jtnenea of set vocalism Is lost in the ani
mated portraiture of character. She carries the
audieneo with her more by tlienhyslcal and Intellect
ual delineation of emotion than the exhibition of
nice musical outturn, um ine more vuice itnelt in re
markable. Her upper notes ring over tho whole
crash of oombiued orchestral and vocal diu with a
sonority aud volume which hnve a charm of their
owu. It is not mere noise. It is round, aud strong,
aud pure, produced with but little effort, and atart
liug with its peculiar brilliancy. Her latonatlou is
romarkably tru. and her trill la even aud sliarply
correct. 8-ie Is sure in wiiat she duos, though lack
ing in grace of vocalism, to which she does uot pro
tend, tier effects are tunee af a broid conception
and thomrhtful delineation of character.
invight, of the Journal of JUasie, ho gone mad
Theopiuion of the Eastern critics, as our reader
are already aware, la not to be relied upon, and to
verify this fact w quut from Dwlght as follow:
On Thursday evening Norma was rendered rather
shabbily, with Parod! as "Norma," who has neither
trutn ol intonation nor or expression
Pattl la a great artists ;Parodl can neither slug nor
act. Verity, there la no art in Boston, aud Dwight
1, It prophet. '
New Oblxans. The Theaters and Opera-house are
closed, and the nnaoclimated cltlaeus are prr-pariug
to run away from th yellow fever,
ST. Loul. Th French Opera Troupe doead their
poi si Bianco In St. Loal last night. In speaking
of thm th Jssis mtt remarks:
- Their first apneavaaoo was It. tha groat nVbcrt fa
Diablo, and we tagret to add, that their dsoni proved
a pe.rluc-1 wiiure. snsra wua aiuoguinuouiaiiiiieucu.
but the tuleut of the troupe proved uot only unequal
to the requirement of tout particular op?ra, but
seemed quit incompetent for any operatic purpose
whatever. Great things were expected at least of
tienmral ana rniiuipe:'juiiging .rum ine opinions
of the New Orleans press, tlioy stood very high in
their particular rolet', but tho liniirossion made by
tbsm Here were oi uie most uuinvurau.e cuaracier,
and the dlsappolnimeui was great.
?Anua Biahop, wh ha heap poassf averatnc we
II ist heard hor, will sing tbi evening at the St. Loul
Opora-houaav ' "'', '. ' ' ' ' 'f
Ouioaao. Tha RavU oloaad their porfunaaiic on
Saturday, In St. Louis, and will appear this evening
. Patti ha boon singing o our Lake-shore neigh
bora during tha past week, but there, aa her, t
preaa Insist upon It' that site haa bee over-rated
hltat. .'...,. -..,,-nt. , t
' Yaeibtim. Mr. Collins, th Irish comedian, ha
puroliaasd, Air th sum of Si ,0uo, th sol right of nur.
forming Bourolcault , lateat theft, Coll IKsi,
Th. great question as to building a new opera
house In Paris tor th k'nnch operas la at length
qaludaaided. .Th building will bo erected at th
beginning of th Hue do Rouen aud a asset that 1 to
run between th Boulevard dea Cepacia, and th
Chauaata d' Ant In. f The direction of th work I
oonBded to M. Rouault da s'leury. Th general nlan
was aepoeits th lMh IU,at the Mairhtof the Ninth
Arrondlsu1en, la th Bus Droaot, end where for
twwnrydaviairbaarvatloaafth,pnblic reiallv to
th put a of th building will ba geonvad. As It Is an
ndirftEtr!4 that will probably coat twenty millions
of francs, the pro, and cms of the alt chosen tan not
botaoartenttrs'ystndM. ."'Ut'it '
Th an us leal and theatrical oolnmn of the Nv
York flr.ilks rewss, under the head of Callfor'
nla, says that th fmtand Opera Troops have been
IMntanifely andiraaflil. Tile brothers tvster (Wil-
Uaaasid Fred. I have a snug little sirtuae of lln.ono
n specie, while the fair Rnaalle and the brilliant.
ied fjeorgla tlodaon can draw thslf check fur th
sam smoAnt. Bnt another aoconnt nam that th
tystet 1rottiel nrwly ortnirlned, with lor, Rscott
as the prima cfoaNa, Rosa and Georgienot appearing
n th lint. '
A drama In three acta, entitled alia', IToafA,
was recently produced at the Beaumarchals Theater,
Paris, the plot of which la original enough, although
la too luaut Inttailcas lnlaglnatlon take the place
of hlstury,,wllll electricity turnisilos to Hie piece a
new dsaoasmew. "Franklin,", with his kite, awalta
a storm to try his discovery; bpt a worthless fellow,
who haa made away with hla betrothed, endeavors
to destroy the experimentalist, by substituting for
the non-conducting silk thread another which is to
bring the bolt upun hint, forewarned li) thesronn
drei'swife, "t ranklla'' tie his silk hnndkenhlef
around the thread, which happens to b Insulated
enough thereby o cause tho fluid to melt at his fcot
Miss Avonia Jones, on the last night of a recent
engagement at the Meihodm(AiMtralla)Theater,
made a special detnonterration. The report goes that.
having heard that there war rnmora Boating about
that h was not th genuine "Avonia," but
somebody ),". ah came before th ourtaln to
establish her own identity. She proceeded to giv
full, true and particular account of her birth, parent
age, edncatlon, professional career, travel, etc., to
all of which did the audience "seriously lnclln,"
w ith exemplary patience.
At London, where the opera oaou oommonoes
when tho Mow York season cloaaa, thre Is a sudden
revival of Boa.lnl uthuslasm. I JRarbiers and
Ssmlramlde have becu given withsiaccess, and Qasxo
fyirfr have been revived, with IVnco as AWnto. th
rob In which Grist first appeared in tmgland. This
oasr was last played Iu 143, at the Astor Placa
House, with Hteflanoue, Pico, Benevenlano, and
Nartnl In tha principal part, II .contains some of
Rossini' happiest inspirations.
They tell, at Rom, of a " Hamlet" about to
como off-tn th Kternal Oity, npura-wlae, tho mufic
by IManor Moroni.. The Danish rriuo will be repre-
aeutvd by Siguor Colettl. , . c
-A new opera In one act, entitled 'faMM BflU
ford, has beou brought out at the Opera Oomlque,
Faris, with success.
Discharge or Evans, thb Deap Mute.
Evans, tho deaf mute, was taken before
Judge Moore, of the Circuit Court, on s writ
ot nabeat corpus, on Saturday last, and dis
charged. - . . ; e , ,
' Tim Sunday Liquor Law. We are sorry
to hear the fact that our officials almost en
tirely neglect to enforce the law prohibiting
the sole of ardent spirits on Sunday. We
think we can safely assert that there are
twice as many inebriated individuals in our
streets on that day as on any other day in
The AVbican Slaves at Key West. A
letter from Key West, of the 9th, says the
recaptured Africans there are well token cure
ot, occupy extensive bnrracoons. and are
guarded by United States troops. When
within the inclosure, says the writer, one
may easily itnairioe himself to be in an Afri
can village: fourteen hundred wild Africans
are grouped about, engaged in various diver
sions, or- lazily basking in the sun; here a
party are havingawar-dance to the measured
beat of the "Indian drum;" there another
dancing party, the lascivious dance ot the
savage: seated on the ground yonder are a
partyhose leader seems to be improvising
a chant, the others beating time with their
hands, and joining in the chorus with shouts
oi Doisicrous miriu. i ne appearance or ineBe
creatures has wonderrully improved since
they were landed, and have had a chance
lor pure air, exercise ana wnoiesome loou
They do not wish to go back to African
Defective First , Fruits op a Florida
Navy-yard. It is resorted that the new
sloop-of-war Seminole, tne first fruits of the
Navy-yard at Pensacola, Fla., is a complete
luiiure. i ne Builders left nil their chips in
the bilge, destroying all use of the pumps;
and as the chips rot tho stench is said to
Deinsuncraoie. Hesnie, tne spar-decK plank
ing has already begun to rot, and pieces of
rotten wood can be taken out br bund.
She will have to be planked nnew. Then
the knees and girders are too small, and of
miseranie Btutt sou pine in some places
and these must bo replaced. The caulking
is utterly a naiu, ana must oe aone over,
in snort, sne win nave to oe reouut, ac
cording to the reports of the Naval Com
The Adulteration.op American Liquors.
It has been shown from reliable data that "if
the entire products of the vineyards of
turope were exported to supply tne natural
trade of the city of New York alone, it could
not be sufficient.'' The French are compelled
to resort to imitation, to supply this de
ficiency, and tbe consequent result is that but
few brandies exported to this country from
France are free from adulteration. The city
ot Mew i ork. alone Bens three times as many
"pure imported brandies," and four times as
many "pure imported wines," annually as all
the wino producing countries of Europe
List or Newly-Appointed Midshipmen.
The following is a list of the late graduates
at the Naval Academy, in order of merit,
who hare received their warrants as Midship
men in the Navy: M. S. Stuveysant, A. D.
Wharton, J. D. Maron, J. 0. Kane, S. P. Gil-
Iott. T. L. Swann, S. D. Ames, T. L. Dornin,
J. U. Watson, J. Li. Taylor, H. H. Kobison, A
D i r r .: tit TJ oi a I) 1 1
xv. niu.vaii. v &i omiuh. u . a. uiunu, 11. A,
Manley, W. Whitehead, E. A. Walker, W. S
Schley, I. L. Harrison. J. L. Hoole, 8. D,
Paddock, F. L. Hogo, S. Casey, E. G. Read,
u. w . Head. -
A Real Estate Sensation. Several years
ago, by the will of Mr. Derby, the city of
oalent came into possession ot some valuable
land on Market Place. .The land was do
nated to the town of Salem for the sole pur
pose of maintaining market thereon. The
city has now forfeited its right to the same
by not having a market upon the land, it
having been given up by tho city and other
improvements made on the premises about
two years since, rue neirs oi nr, ueroy
now come forward and claim the land, which
is valued at $'25,000. Salein is experiencing,
ae a consequence, a sensation.
. Feats or thb Japanese Jugglers. Mum
mers, mountebanks, tumblers, conjurers, and
all manner of jugglers are seen in the streets
of the cities, and are highly popular with the
people. Their jugglers surpass those ot all
other countries. Among other wonderful
feats, that wliuvb has especially astonished
their European aud American visitors, is the
tormation trom pieces ol tissue paper ot am,
nclal butterflies, wiucn, guided by tbe mo
tions of a fan, fly aliout, advance, retreat,
appear to sip the boney from flowers, and
aispiay an tne airs ami graven oi real cutter
me. ... , ......
Rkmariablb Escape prom Lishtninw.
On Wednesday lost, near Hillsborough, N.
n - Vu.lnnirtnn ... P-M. Jam. ., -
killed by lightning. A boy hod taken two
of them to a branch in the rear of the dwell
ing to water, and was about to return, when
a flash of lightning prostrated both mules.
killing Instantly the one on which he was
seated. The boy. seated on the mule killed,
felt a severe shock, but was not in the slight
est degree injured. ,
A Conversations in London. Under the
patronage of Queen Victoria, a soautrsanons
was to ba held at the South Kensington
Museum, London, for the purpose of raising
a fund for erecting the building for the Fe
male acnooi or Art, uut inuraaay. By per.
.:; .,r . k n,... . K v..k; i
I1.1IW1UW V III. WWDh -l.V OUII.W. mauiuui.
reeut sine the gxiUultion of 1851, was to be
The Votaries of Vice in Paris—A Ghastly
THe or!jondeiit of
jirpr wriUe in reeeat tottar: a ,-
et-den WsjSiply. S frrhleYVons
of abaadrjdrd MaraxnWi, bv o there ia the
Slimmer as they go to Casino, tne opera ball,
ana vaienunas, in tne winter, not ior arnnax.
mcnt, Hut tf) ply their miserable trade. There
are betwerid two arid three hundred Women
In Paris, not recognised by the law as failing
Bndrp the nrriltancof.tk police, who live
on the public balls. The constant habitue of
these playww new aud) then observes an addi
tion to their ranks, or disapptAranee of a face
or two, but the mass is the same, for a long
period ol years, uo any nigni to moouie s or
the Chateau 16s Flrnirs, and there you find
the "never-iil-Tilig current, walking tound
and round! like the horses of a threshing ma
rhine, dr poof vfreU'tiesoii a treadmill. Tbe
average duralion df he ezislerice led by these
wuii.cn in Bam iu .as, ... raria, ..ci-" wn,a.
I first visited tho summer gardens of the
Obarrfp lyse! In IBSOl and, now, after a
lapse of nearly hall the illMtfcri period, I see
many of the same faces, with the sums
studied smile, hlghtened by paint and pow
der, the same eyes, deadened by the abuse of
alcohol, and the snme bitarrt lotlcllss, a mix
ture ot real and sham elegance, wnicn i. no
ticed five years ago.
So artfully do thesf rJft'alUrvS manage 1o
conceal the ravages of time, that one is ob
liged to look closely, to he certain that they
ever grow old. But, when decay once ob
tains the mastery, its progress is rapid and
pitilessv After their oonstitutitirlS finve re
sisted for more than a decade, the effects of
Innumerable orgies, an occasional prison and
frequent experience of the hospital, the
wrecK ot youtn ana health may ne innna .a
the smoky atmostihcre of some fourth-class
cafe, taking snuff, drinking lieer, and playing
cards with outcasts ot the opposite sex.
Even in all the freshness of youth, tbe noto
rieties of the Parisian public ball are stsan
gers to genuinertyety. It is part and parcel
of their programme to affect a joyousness
turv uu uoi .eel.
The ahaniion exhibited in the quadrille,
surrounded by a crowd of curious beholders,
the stale' bouquet purchased by a verdant
admirer, for six francs, and sold back again
by Asr, for thirty sous, the pistol-practice and
tne bagatelle bible, where the same victim
pays for the knick-knacks which A? pretends
are to ornament her mantelpiece, but which
she returns to tho marker, at nail price an
these are not pleasures, as they seem, but the
tiresome details of an ignoblo calling. Is it
any wonder that so many unrecognized and
unclaimed bodies are fished up from the
turbid Seine, exposed at the horrible Morgue,
and consigned to speedily forgotten graves ?
une ot tnese sea ceienruies or ransian tony
and vice, quitting at daybreak, with her
companions, a restaurant in which they had
spent the night in riotous feasting, pointed
toward tbe rising1 sun, and sardonically ex
claimed: . .. . :
. "Now for a visit to the Morgue I It is my
usual morning s want.
"Good heavens:" ejaculated ono of the
partv. - w nut tones you to tne morgue t
"Curiosity, I go to see if I am not there !'
The Mode of Education in Japan.
and lowest laborers being taught to read and
write. The women are educated with nearly
as much care as the men. The yonng ladies
of the npper dosses spend much of their time
in the fabrication of pretty boxes, artificial
flowers, pocket-books and purses, and in the
painting- of fans and pictures of birds and
animals. In fine weather they join with the
men in all sorts of out-door and mral amuse
ments, taking especial delight in fishing ou
tne lanes and rivers, in vessels elegantly nt
tcd iid and adorned.
The Japanese gentleman is invariably des
cribed as a person of pleasing address and
most polished manners. Even the common
est people are neat in their persons, and
scrupulously observant of the forms of po
liteness. The mice that govern social inter
course are formed into a regular system; and
published in books, which are diligently
studied at school. Tea is a universal bever
age, and smoking is general among the men.
In a morning call pipes and tea are
served to the guests as regularly as
pipes and coffee are among, tbe Turks,
At tbe conclusion of the visit sweet
meats are handed to the visitor on a
sheet of white paper ornamented with tinsel;
these are eaten with chop-sticks, and if the
guest does not eat the whole, he or she is
expected to fold up the remainder in tho
paper and carry it away. At grand dinners
each, guest is expected" to take with him a
servant or two to carry off in baskets the
rem nan Is of the banquet. Fish is a general
article) Of diet, 'and is varied with game,
venison, poultry, and all sorts of vegetables,
including a kind of sea-weed. , Food is eaten
put of light lacquered bowls and dishes
mode of papier moche. Feasts are followed
by music and dancing, and are commonly
closed by drinking tea, and a spirit called
eackee. It is the custom on the completion
of tf new dwelling-house to give a house
warming, for which purpose the neighbors
and trie ads of the master of the new house
send him liberal presents of eatables and
drinkables. . ,
- PatbWsiMS 01 a John JIkown Fourth or
July,. Celebration. The following pro
gramme is issued for the celebration of tbe
Fourth 6f July ai North Elba:
The anniversary of our American Inde
pendence will be celebrated at North Elba.
Au 'oration will be delivered upon the rock
overshadowing the resting jilaco of John
Brown, the hero and martyr to principles he
deemed just and equitable.
' The programme will be something like the
following, commencing at ten o'clock A. M.
1. Singing. "Blow ye the trumpet, blow,"
John Brown s tuvorite piece.
4. Reading of the Declaration of Independ
ence. " "
5. Musio or Singing. , .'
7. Dinner, tc.
II is expected that most of the surviving
members of Brown's family will be present
on tne occasion. .
Among the speakers expected are Wendell
rnuups and Mr. Oarnett.
A general and cordial Invitation is ex.
tended to all anti-slavery friends far and near.
On the 5th there will be a grand trip to the
summit 01 nitetoce mountain, which com
mands a splendid vie w.
More Outrages by Cortinas in Texas. A
correspondent writes, from Brownsville, in a
late letter .
Cortinas visited the runche of a friendly
Mexican, on the rip-ht bank of the Rio Grande.
last week, and killed Senor Sillenlo, together
wiia several ol his taimly, tor no other reason
than they had refused to quarter some of the
men belonging to Cprtinos's party. At the
time of the assassination. Cortinas declared
that he "knew every thing that was being
done in BrownviUe; he knew the troops intended
to leave as soon as the yellow fever
broke out, and then he intended to pay off his
old scores." The Mexican troops, from Mat-
moras, as soon as the news reached thai place,
started out fur the ranche of Senor Silleuio.
for the purpose of arresting the bandit, but
as uorunas was at tne head ot two hundred
men, and is better informed than bis pursuers,
I doubt if they make any headway, even
allowing mat tiicy desire to meet tbe rascal
PATAL INJURY 1ROH THB BURSTINO 01 A
Machine On Friday, as some workmen.
employed at the agricultural implement
mAuutactory of Mr. H. M.timith, Richmond,
Van were engaged in testing the drum of
reaper, 1, exploded, ana a portion or tbe frag
ments striking . Eleazer Vest, a workman.
fractured his skull so badly tout his recovery
is considered as doubtful. . ,
Tub " Mill " in Baiar and Rhyme. In
vain did Sayei's second cry out "time;" Sav
er was deaf: "Give me this tight 'tis minel"
"The fight is mine," cried Heenan, with
frown: and in two- seconds knocked; both
seconds down. t Henceforth our days must
sensibly decliuo. Heenan has knocked two
seconds out of timt. '
Monetary and Commercial.
Financial affairs will hot a-AAvanly vniMergo any
parttrrtlar rhenge thla week, although th ease w
have hertfnfore described will probably Increase.
Interest rata will rrnVthe aarAe a they did last
wrek-iK in per rent, for Ifrst-MsM Mme,, and
121.1 for good but no, well-known Pap.' i
It (a now irnipnaed (hat Money will be store plenty
during Utn latter part of the aimnw than hs been
supposed, and as a proof of thi Money capitalists are
desirous of InveHtlug lustf funds on two or three
months' Paper at modsrAf figure, Currency will
be In fair request antll the 4th mx.(l alter that
there will l little demand for If. ,
Rastern Kxchang will doubtles rontJnn dnflfig
the wen at A buying and prem. selling rate.
Fewer Bank-notes war aslnotedlfiir return home I ant
week than for several week Arsvlons; dealers In Ex
change being aid to snpply th dnind rn the reg
Til Bankers will have more demand for flold this
week from th conntry Banks, and will prolmblr
s-ll out Ih amount they have aconmalated at
The rate of F.xcfiAnge sfld Coin at the close of the
weea were as lotion
'4 dis.A par.
. mTAwSi. prem.
NewT.irk Bight.-....!..,.' prem.
Philadelphia prenl. -
Boeton Hi prem.
flaltllrl"re 'IM prenl.
New Orleans, i..',.oo...iJvf die.
A.nvrJcnu (told..- l4 prem.
Time-bills are In demand at frty per cent, for sixty
snd fwatwfor ninety ilayn. on the Kant, while two snd
three-month lrlt on New Orleans are quoted at 10
Tin imports of Dry (ionds at the port of New York
for the past week have been very limited, the total
beln little mat than one-third oT th corresponding
total for last yr.
Arm amir. 1N5S. - 1830. 10
Kntered at the port. tW.9W J,4n,l7 rV.1.!
Thrown on market. . ...1,1 IK 2,ii;v7i 1.17
Sine Jan. U, 1HHH. 1M9. J0.
Entered at th port. 21,w,fi.1 M,t.ytel lA,Al,2nl
Thrown nn markel; tf.ma.lt; 4,.V)'.i,77
More dlfncultv was experienced" bv lenders In New
York this week. In plaelug Call Loans, than there
was lost week, while Commercial Paper Wo not so
iri.rlv sotiifht allnr. rile aeeuinlllat ion o. .Jsnira.
at new ii.rs is we. omnia .uu in. .,-iivi
Is expected until the movement of the crops, .'all
Loana per cent.; aingle-uam jobber' paper
por cent., 01 lunguates.
Friday' Philadelphia Erenlno Balletla obsorves:
There Is an atiaolute Plethora in the Money m
ket the supply lieing largely in excess of the de
mand. Virst class K iorl till s taken at ASftiA ner
cent., and names nut so well or favorably known, at
'67,7!. ner cent. The l.ounr Is Dsra an ordi
nance yesterday afternoon, authorising a loan of
naif a million of dollars, which will probably b
taken by the Banks at a very low Agure. Trade la
iluller than over, ami ine proDaoiiiiy nr any eu-
hauuemant in tne rotes 01 uiscouut is ratner remote,
Saturdey'e Chicago Prem and TrUntno etatea as to
Mouey matters thcrei
Exchange Is a shade easier to-day. bnt the amonnt
offering is still below the wants of the markut. Tbe
liaiiKs are paying l'Aitli; tne current selling rate
lestllll. The actlvityof shipments for the past
twodarearlvoa promise oi'a atlll better sunnlv.
Currency la abundant and accumulating. Th
prisipects now Is that holders will have to carry very
eonNlilerslila amounts Am-a month or alv waelts. at
leat. It Is not likely that the surplus will lie
wanted tl'l tha new crop begina to move, tlold 1
still In demand at I s ta nav nonutv and ntste taxes.
Twenties ou th New England Bank of Boston
have appeared in the East, sitered from the Now
Ensland flank, Fairmont, Maine a bogna affair
Wltn a new vignette, imitation 01 in genuine note,
Vignette Spread-eagle, sea, vessel, etc. (same aa
ireiiiiine bill i. Woshiiiston and "2u ' on riant end:
female playing with wreath on left end. This is
very denfrerou, and likely to deceive.
- An ofllrial document lately made mihllc In En,
aland, shows that -the total amuunt of Uold. Silver
ami Copper Moneye coined at Ihe Koyal Mint since
lots, has been lX.lHlMSH, or at the rate of JU.2X..2M
annually, tn tills amount, s.,o',v.t lis neon
Hold. i,7A4,as In Silver, and A-ml,."" In Copper.
The largest (iold Coinage in any one year was In i.'.1
ll,1.v,.lyl; the largest Silver Coinage in IV f Awil
Ml.; and the largest CopperCofnage in 161 AI,.iaA
The amount of Gold coined in the eight yours en
uracea uotween loos aim iiov inclusive, nas ueen
4.ryi,ll3, against 3il,ll3l, 647 coined between IMS
ana ls.vi. Siuco the Uold discoveries In Australia, in
la.'d, there has consequently been an increase of about
60 por cent, in thetiold Coinage.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 23.
FLOTTR The markt tctiuvus more niiitettb'd. and
thu diHprnitiou to fell incri'ssen, Tho sales were
brls. superflne at (4 V, and l,2ddo. extra, In lotn, t
4 70(i4 tA, This was all winter-inmlo, but Is lt-Hlty
aood ftour. In addition to tbu above, 1 10 hrl. suiwr
rliif in rfportcil at 3 I A; Ml do. extra at 11.1 2.1, and HO
a. wixiern nnnu ai oo. lum ninrKs. may w
cuutdi-rtMi oroRen down for tne preecnt.
nriiBK ao ciianirs. j nosaius coniDrise tuii nris.
at l7,4(f7il7Hp., the latter rate for wngon.
ntuviBUiHH-A aToon aemana tor isacon ononid-
eiv. witb stUesof lUuhlids. tc.; Hides held (Irmly at
loc. iiut uo Hales: rn.un. iiw. medium duik hiucs
sold at Hc.: Shoulders are held at 7 He otliing
done In Lard; barrel Is held at 12q. j
HIUfc-A sale ol 40 tierctM prime, at 2 'nC.
Oit(H'FiUKS-8..iV.i of bass (i!1eo. at HHi2l
mc.: aud 60 brls. Molasses, at idrottte. Siuar du-
WHEAT There Is but ttle offer luff. Themarkot
Is Arm, with a food demand, at 91 lVuM 16 for prime
red. Nowhlto offering, and prices arenominnl, at
Si 2H7i$l 25. Samples ofmeM Wheat were exhibited
on ('hang to-day: one lot of rery H no, which Mas
grown uear Muysvllle, Kentucky, and oae lot of itnl,
tuHfl-i ne nemanu ijr uar is gooa, ana too mar
ket Arm. at 4.Va,4fic.. In bulk. Hhelled is dull, at 4twfu
.'Do. for mixed aud white. hhU'h liflO bush, mixed
sheilrHi, tiieiuding sock, at Wc.; MHI uo prime white
do., at ftuc.
uais ine nt.rKot ooutinues uun, nut without
any change in prkos. We quote them at SACaTc., in
bulk : salirWsi buli., at S Sc.
It VKTliere Is a oontined dull market, but prices
are u ur hanged; we quote prime at 7njiJtIc.
BAULKY There is a fair demand for the local
brewers fttr or! me fall at kjc.: the lower BrMdes atm
dull and umiual.
HAY ihe market is fiuiot aud unchanged: we
quote prime Timothy fn bales, on arrival, at $16 per
tun, nun iiHEjrB in wmKUDi 9 if nana,
CHKK8K The doiiuiiid Is stood, and the market
Snn at 7'&c. fur primo Wosturu lteserve; sales uf hsi
oxen at 7c.
bu i i tit central Uhio is dull at lltWllfc. for
prime yellow, aud tStoye, for inloriorj very little
Western lteserve com Tug In: sulea uf m packages
prime Western Keservo at bc.
POTA I'OKti Tho demand is fair, and the market
stcadvat $1 tAHd) 75 per brl. for prime Northfrii.and
$1(1 2fl for common.
New York Market.
New York, Jane 23. Cotton dull and
heavy, with trill lug sales at iUHo. tor Middling Up
lands. Flour without striking change; the demand both
for export and home trade is quite moderate, aud
boldeia geuerallr are a little more disposed to reiilize:
sales of pi.iKN) brls. at 95 V for u per line State;
f" :XriV, 5ft lor extra State; f 5 25ft)5 tis lor superfine
Western; $5 i.'Hrit.'i 65 fur common to medium extra
Western; aud $." 65ftr5 80 for .hipping brands of extra
round-hoop Ohio, closing quiet; fnoludod in sales are
8,0)Ki brls. export at prices within the ran go, Cana
dian Flour steady, with modurato demaud: sales of
5fto brls. at $5 .'.K&5 70 for common to choice extra.
Live Flour In moderate reaueut et St 20 for common
to cnoice. . orn-meai steady at 13 tvQa ) lor Jer
sey ana 9-. 7.1
21 Co,2 1 Iwo.. cli
r and $.1 7ft(Wi3 aofur Brundywine.
' iu gotKi reiiiesi, w
d request, with sales of 450 brls at
Wheat Hnrins scai-relv so nrm: i hi Doers disnosed
to hold off for some concetti ion Ln price, while winter
has advanced better demand in prat for ex
fjrt; sales of ly,.'niO buxhels winter red Western at
I vxinx 42 in store and delivered ; 91 42S afloat;
l,ft1lhuiheb,gHNl white Western at II 50;6fi0 bushels
white Kentucky at $1 ft; l.oou Chicago spring at
Si 2 in store: V,?) bushels Kacine at 51 (atl 3V In
store and delivered; ati.tRKl Milwaukee t'ltib at 9l :iJU
l 33, the latter price for giMd delivered; 7, .100 bunl.
il amhur Iowa at 91 M. Kye quiet at Bate. Barley
Corn Very scare and firmer with moderate East
ern aud. export demaud: sales ot 'i4,(HH bushels at
rWmtiuHir. for good sound mixed Westorn; t.7c. fur
If.iVit bushelf) choice do; 7tc. for round yellow. Oats
Moderate demand at 87tUo, for wosturn and
Canadian; 41c. for State.
littprt quiet: sales of 50 bales at oft$10c., as in qual-
Itv. for 1HW.
Hides nulet at V-Hc tr Buenos Ayres; HiiiM'tc
for Uio (Irande; vM(mtlHc. for weeteru slaughti
T Uio (tranue; V'4mlftc. for weeteru slaughter.
Pork firmer, and more active for Meris. and d if 1 1 and
heavy for prime: sales of it.VJi brls. at fie titpin AU
for new mess, SI7 7.'i for old uuiss, $17 25 for thin mens,
1 ior linn mens,
$13 62 for new prime, $1
l.ooo brls. now menH, de
17 w luroiii prii
eliveiahle and naval
live) side and payable July 5.
at $1S 5U, aud l.oiio brls. new mess, at buyer's opt ion,
in Julv. at SlU H7. Untnf dull and heaw: sales of
00 oris, nt 4(M z.1) Tor country prime, vtHK'ia ior
couutry mess, $ftAli)5(i for repac ked mess, $ll3.Va
12 50 for extra mess. Prime mess Ik'f dull and un
changed, lleof liains nominal at $iO(a.t& for State
and Western. For Cut Meats the market is firm:
sales of l'2! naukages at 7ij(,7 c, for Shoulders, aud
ftrtiliHc. fur Ham. Bacon dull, and out of seasun.
Lard buoyant: salesnf .toohrl. at I l413c. But
ter is selling slowly at lOeIAre. for State. Cheese
steady at 7(g,lo)o, lor inferior to prime.
Coffee is dull but firm: miles of 10 baas Rio at
MHc, 58 bags Maracaibo at l.VrrnuV. Sugar la
auiet and declined .u. from the faiathe-t di
uiet ana dot uneu Jc. irum the nigiiest pnoe oi tint
last three wuks: sales of ix-y khds. at 5)sfe7c. for
Cula, TiWr. for Porto Kico, and 7o. for a small
hit, of Barbadoee fn brls.. and 2oi hxes Havana at
7c. Molasses atasdy: sales of M hhds. at ifec. for
Cuba, andJoc for t'orto ttico.
The Ohio, opposite this port, continues to
recede, having fallen during tha twenty 'four hours
ending last evening sumo eight or nine Inches, leaving
achaunel-dupth between here and Louisville of some
thing ov'er eeven fret. Tha river is still declining
at rttUburg.au.. all the way to this port and to
Cairo : - ' ' r l -H :
Tha weather wa very warm here yesterday, much
more so than on Saturday, with much loss air stir
ring. The day was clear, without any indication of
Business at the Landing was very dull yesterday,
aa usual on Sunday; mme of the boats except the
regular packels taking freight. Then waa only two
or three arrivals, and no dspartare exoept those of
the regular steamers. Kates were unchsngud from
our last quotations, and freight was offered very
aaodarately for all points. ,1 , ..
. Saturday'! SL Louis epalIi observes . -1;.
' The river here welled about tmo Inches In tha
twenty-four hours ending at dsvrk last evening, aud
haa become nearly stationary. Tho re Is fourteen
feet In the channel out to Cairo, The Illinois Hirer
is stationary, with three feet soaht in tha ohaunel
below I'eorta, and twenty-two inches above. The
Upper Mississippi Is stationary, with flvo foot on the
Lower Rapids. Below Keoaiuk there Is from eight
to nine feet iu tha uhsuuel. The Missouri lllver is
falliug. according to th. last teleKraphio accounts,
with plenty of water for aU purposes of navigation.
The weather here is Hue and wares. svn4 business
Is dull on the lauding.
i ne arrivals yeswraay wera-iirey issjrie irom 01.
latum. Awn; ana, naptee; rost -toy, iauubu
bus; City of Louisiana, Kan
oiunati, and P, Q. Tawr, H
kuk; Huauy Sids, CU-
W VI ieyAjfi,
-PIT jimi curt a pn
18 K-iist Fourth-street. Fnrvil-
ture. Piano, Av.-(n. II t.sllAY AtuHNlNO. Jrnia
S at o cluck. Will be o:sl at, No. 933 Laurel-at.,
east Of Freeman, the enllra IBrnllure of a famllr.
Is: two mahogany SoelaMes, six nianngany nair
rtw rlvah-s. Oentsr-tabla. do . H'egsr. Parlor
and Chamber J arpsts. Oil. loth, Can-WHt Chairs,
b.ntnK Tab!; Pints. Ve snd (JUrWwarw; BMstf'S'ls,
I'nwM.n BurrsiTtB, W asn-etant, Tot-Iss Ware, Mal-U-riFMe.
cunmon rhatrs, Cwaing-store and Kitchen
1A00B GRAFF CO.,
AUCTION KAMC-Ttr CO0PK1I A BTOKM.
Krsmf. DwrlhiiB-hnnnrs nn ConH-stnwtt .-Ou
WKDNKMbaY AUkCUNtKm, Jmit ST, will be sold,
at 'clock, on the rmiws, a JTrfline DwelltuK-
house, 011 tne south smr oi Coun-st d btvtwtseri win
ter and Mound . The house contains six rooms ; cel
lar nndrt the whole hour ; cistern, Ac. On the rear
or tho lot Is an exollen; Ubt.snitams for four or
five hoiws, wn hr-Knt Ac. Lot 11 feci front by
Kit wr cirvp. w mn ".
Trins nf HAleOLTntnlra PMh. bslahce ta cms and
two fears, a ith ficmr cut. ffst. Title good
14 Est Fourth St.
AI'CTION SALE Br JACOB ORAKF A CQ.
Fnrniture at Auctfoti.-Oi. HONDAT MOHN
IMIJ, Jium. 2A. at o'clock, at (.J llopkins-nt., wist
of John, will be sold, the entire l urnlture of a rrn-
iit, tis : imperial rtMtewooa soriBiui, ciriipr-ianif,
cuMtire, six -ane-seat reception-chstrs, Brussels csr
Dvit. w.tiiliiw-N hfultsm. In rim srm -rliitlr. oil -cloth, sis
ort clmtrs, OHk tennTon 'table, diiiitin kdJ tea
wans bedtruU. nrfAiis-hureBitu. wuh-HtAnds. nist-
trt'Sites, csrrar-ts, hrivir-btit. ItmrtR" and niatinHM,
staircarat aud nxls, oook-stove and kitchen furni
ture. H, Tne Bouse ror ront.
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer,
jeXt 1H Kajtt Fourth-ntnot.
Presldentlal Campaign of I860.
THE CINCINNATI FN4I'IR FR IS PR K
1AKKI1 to mrnlsh all States and all Psrties
with the above articles, at short uotlos aod low rates.
We have on hand the following:
AMERICAN Ff.AOrf-or all sisos. from Dva
Inches to fifteen feet long, with or without uamea of
Candidates priuteTi on them.
AMUR 1CAN8HIKLDN-With name. if States
PORTRAITS nV TANninATRH-Beauti
fully printed iu Colors, on Paper or Muslin.
Figures of the Goddess of Liberty!
On Paper and Muslin; and. In short, every thing re-
iiuireu tu sne penaing iuipigu, tor
Buildinp). Processions, t Horses, Wsgons, Halls.
Bsnnrs for Uiberty-polest
8UPKBI0R IS STTLC
Orders from a dlstanca will receha prmnpt ntteu
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A LSD-A una assortment of Plated Tea Me, aud
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