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V ANTF.n A 01 n L To do general howwork.
vv Inquire at No. 0 Twelfth-trt.. l.M-b
WANTED AOIRfiTtriiAfeTierAl hsswrir"t.
, Call tuunettiAtely nt Nit. QUIA Central-even u.
WANTBll-TO t.OA 9:lO-ror on. year, at
l? eeroght., secured by mortgage e city pro.
..,'iubI, "oti approved security. Addr,.
JOHN, trmt onio.. ' r b
NTRD-A 01Rt-Tcrtok and do rnwl
App.T tmmgclittlnly at IQtf ; Went 8itii-t.t. .H-ft-b.
WANTEIJ -IMMBDIATRI.T-Two frmaU
txtkt-on nira and on ptutry, lu onftbotj-Mt.
M., Aum.tt: aUo, Farm Hame, at tffl fcH
WANTKI-RiTt'ATlo-Ai Foreman In ft
oaniT-ry, hy a man oimvtnt to fill th fom,
" ho ctit Hivfl the (Mwt of oily refrenoa. A4lnM
W. K, Prww Qltiw. JcW-b
Good refrraDce required.
WANTKD-FOUB OIRIB To gntoth eonn
try tn dd li'ium-work. Good refrraace rquiifd
mlr nt No. 30H Finh-atrart, bolwwo Uantml-av
Mia joni-Hiri, at mra. n&nriiH H
yANTKD $3,000. A parnoti that can eom
T main) thin amount of tn"n,r, fan nmk from
(-) Sl.iMNif.ir th m. of aatd :$a,om, and hold Bond
ailnMc properly in this county, worth t,., by
tfrvMirtfr liultlNnON, at tola oftca, (irinf ft.ll
in", plar of metina;, Ac. Je2Vc
11TANTED-A OTRIi-Ot a Woman, at ISO
Alound-titrent, betwran Rllsnbeth and Chent
wt, to cook and do arwral honeawork for a amall
Muily, Sid Old will ba allowed t Thnnwlay
iiternoon to go to we her emiatn. Beet of refprencea
, Miven j none raqniced. Nona hut food cook need
i ' ' 1 ' pt) Je29- b
mV"ANTED-TR?f CWfT-Kw qul declr
prvburty- la vtoajwd with the Pletnrea from
JOHNSON'S Rallonr. Ninth and Main. Hmall onea
aii Kinn oi cases a tower pneaa in
ANTED Men aeeklnir iitnatlona ai clerki,
1 a-ilemn, book-keepeni, bar-keefmri, mrterai
ya "pera, met hen Ira, laborere, and othara, hould an
pirut thn Meirbnnta Cbrka Begletry Office, No.
- 18 Wlmif.irtrrt. tjeJJ-b) HAH A CO,
i TVANTED-TEN CKNTH
T Hour nioi nfter aoetnff mr II
, FoN'S (i.'llrrv, Ninth and Main. Small Pirturt a ten
f,v ry KHiiiti caeaai low pneoa.
11 urit tiint rf'amltia
HKeneiif irnm Jitnrt
t rrutore; p"lito attoutlon.
H kill till on-
We at rive to pleawc. , a
AMT1SD One good Farm Honri, to work
hU 'lit . ffi'iitlrniiiu, country rn.lneiic. four
f tlr. frnm the city. Also onobutol citric; one ofnc
c ltk: nn r.t.m to trftvul with an exliib tiou. fr-
In want of work, or thoir n lalilng terrmnU rn
i anirori. Apply ftt A fffincr. 7 V inim-imni, ne.c
V iuu, Ui alnirH, third fluurt front room. Jt)!W-b
TA?TEI) A BITUATION-Br yonn mm
i i j yeam ui agv wuu I. wiinus h ii.i "
1 S iVamsti. or Clerk ou a atramboat. Ha had fllx
H nars' exporlftiico In the dry goodf trade ; hal a larg.
itmlrr acaiialnlnnce. nna can nrina aome u-aue.
' H...reucti una if roattlnd. Addrean U. U. K..thli
Liuuor HoniM as Saleaman. by
I that ilnilamtaiiiU tlia bunlnma i ll wllhn to travrl.
I ililusirpd; haaa largo acquaintance ; can glre, Mil
I citr rctcreuce. Addreia M. at.. Cincinnati Pot-
oILce. , . JW-B
WASTED-A German nunw-glrl. Apply Im
ninilintHly nt thtf Hvnacoaueoa Lodiio-atroat.
b'tweeu fifth imd Sixth. j2.li
1VANTED-A altoatlon by a Baker, one who
T thoroughly undenitand, tb. bu.ina. Apply
' 118 Wnl Kroiit-streot. jejo-b'
y w copymt,
Fly a ronng man aa
lu an ottloa. Auilrpaa n.
"tV ANT ED TO TRAD B Bonrbon Whlnky for
f I III 1 ' " K K 1 1 l l 1 ,w w,uu .x...
Imiulrs at 18 and 40 Main-at. je2H-b
'a IVANTEB-A BITnATION-ByayonngwIdow
f T tally, lu a Paper, 0OOK or aauoy nture. Afl
idreia A. E., at thia office. )ei-b
t wofh and iron, and coma wall reooiamand9d. A
ply lL'twecu 1U and 'i o'clock. jojbot
WANTED-At 903 Want Thlrd-ilret, alrl
to do eenarnl liouao-work. Muni know bow
vn vrvn-irniTSF ftmaii alee, in tn wear
'w urn nartof the cltv. nuar a atreet railroad.
Udrwa V. 1'., at Praaa ofltce, aUting rent, fto.
mTANTED A yonnc lady who nndaratanda
i t running 8tnrer' Sewing Hacbtnea on veata or
b iitera, wiithebtu obtain a nit uatloo. Call at No. Ill
f'ftiT-titroet. . jea"
WANTED Ona clerk, one woman cook, ona
Cham barmaid, two girls for bouee-work, one
.ffrthe countn. Also, ituatlon for a man who can
' lean his employer irom oua w inreo nuunreuuoiimrij.
Apply at City Kmployineut Agency, waai iuira
ttrct( third floor, front room.
V "llVANTBrt AOBNCY Trayellng agentf to Mil
W Tf the lnllllleConterfelt Bank Notlletecter
ftt..l I,iiArAt I !i.lrtiUtiir. Thla work la BoDillar and
t iiavful and aalla to all claaw.. Peraon, wi.hllig to
illume lue worn un u" w "7 wi,'-"iiii
-ctAuipa or money, and directing to A1BN
St til. Ulnctnnall, u.
ANTED A young lady or little girl wbo can
well and play on aome Instrument, to
Cincinnati, whera and wuoa au Interview can b.
travel witn a icriptural painting. Such an oua can
:uod opportunity oy aai
l hiiar of a
lew can z
-..rlVTun-A flKRMAN OTBL To
w-vw work or a small family on walnnt Hills. Ap-
the Press Offloe.
at It ar
1 -irANTED-SOOPor three year.,
IV VT cent, compound Interest: secured by
l on lei) acres of land, In Ohio, worth S10 per aoraw
Address, with real nanie,-l)ll to, Dally rresa umce.
' .river f A few. ranr mrttk BnatniMa AnnlL
tf Hetid tn cents in statues, by mail, to Box
1 1 'J, Cincinnati, Ohio, and yon will receiv. a cir
I ?uUr, with lull lufnrmatlon. A fln. opening for all
.-ha are out of employment.
better can be
rANTED ATTBNTIOM-ImporUnt Saora,
I,,r MaVried Lailles.-Mrs. BUBLKIOH, M.
11. , will lecture on MllNDAIS, WBDNESIM18
a vuinaVH t ii a'dnrk A.M.. at bar office.
purth-eaetoornaror Kaoe ana nixiiM.. noom no.
'A iiontiuuuua Doora iron, v a. ui. wm w.,
lliroiurli tha Postofflce. Bin. Burleigh baa brought
'from Europe remedies for female diaeaaea which gh
pueltive and immediate relief. - t jallHun
' x Wfl T.n.ikir f RAMI HOUBli.' COT'
k M? ner Third and Woehiugton-stieets, at $12 per
month, street-railroad, runs u uia nouee. appit
in JOHN W. OLAKK. Sti West Third-.treet, Clu-
) clnnall, Ohio. jew-o-
IjOR BENT BOOM A rrlealy.rnrTilBhM tront
Jt1 Koom, to one or two single gentlemen, ai io.
48 ast olxtu-sireet, oetweeu orcajuur. sua nnu
fniOR RKNT-dtorewlth Dwelling attacbed. So,
'jug untral Avenue, oetweeu oevenin ana
1 igbth. Also, Fixtures for sale. Apply at the pre rut
.as. Bent IHVi Pr annum. jexa-i-
-7.ll tt R NT Store and Dwelling In good order.
Ji.1 A gnod location for a bhoa SUire. Inquire"
MOV est Third-simt, between lu and I o tluuk.
1 a gnu, in UHiuall private ranuiy, ceiiirauy iix-bihu,
il.i'ar i oui tli-sunet. Afflorens a. a. u.. rioam uuiue.
RENT Two nic. sleeping-room., iwith
lu amuall private family, centrally located.
f"tOOK RENT A large Room, well lighted, suit
1 fit Wnij.n Ilirht and auitt Manufacturinj
nirnoaes. otx'rattux a uumber of Sewing Machines
"i tor a fnutiug Office. Enquire at T4 oixi
At reel. J J-b'
MR RENT OR tiBASK-NKW FRAMI
kV HOtlbK Ten rooms, hall, cellar, hydrant, CIS'
1 1' rn. lrout and back yanu, Appiy io
No. 1 West Pourth-stroet, pai Main
JOR R ENTTwo furnished Kuypin, ona irojii
h. and one buck, with or Wltnous noaro.ai i.i
nt Fourth. street. kl. . . : i , .J .,
An mrviM-IPlKTVKVTIlin mitlnm
1 r..n.ili. b. Vn UM M Itou-stnwit. two brlclr
r.ittrtmeuts. eutirely separate: one oi o rooms, ana
. .. ..t t win.; water drawn In the latter. Inoul
; ut ths cottage above. Je2ad
U v. . I IfVVlF. WITH MTKAH fUWKH A I
I tf part of the building south-east corner of Plum
end Penrl. Wltu or wltnuut yara rwm, nun or inns
l. im Adapted to manufacturing light machinery
in agricultural tmpleuieuta. Apply to THUA1 AS
i ui 111, OU Hie prom,.-.. ,"
FOR RENT HOUSE Containing t or
rooms, suitable for an eating or boaiolng haug..
t-o. UM West Fifth-street, lnqulr. In the store.
IjatMW ' '
JOR SALE BATLROAD TIOKKTB-i-o
1 il.roM.li Ti. ketatiiSt. Louis, at a discount.
at Counting Boom of Press Croc. jets
K.IOIt 8 A I,K-Connierclal college Ticaet tor
I4 coursi'ilu oueof the best Colleges in tlucity.
Will bo sold cheap if applied for aoou
icav-lT -' - No. 5'A WMtThlrd-straet.
f7tOR BAl,K-Fls, American aslgn.
fji reamers, ll oiu .ouw .wa iuus, a-, v
Itt MIR ftAIK To wll or bar Morta NotM
Busing P.pJ"w Vu.tat., ao ta V.
I'HILLlPSa wsst tnitu-sirae.. ,-.
IT7.0R 8AI.K-A Slxty fcot
,Jv a ltnlv ut WM . WA LKKll'8
'IHSr OI Pmitn anu oum'uw
8 Bnwery , north -west
ui.ni U . ,1 .fiMvl. l.WiaWl leS.
4"'f "".vTS.TrTi.V-lTWllh tha A' rod will
I UVl-sstabllsh.d iMlnw-ee, auu nv. s-aa
J 'or Also a goKl Boilillog Lot la h. most
fv part of t". cHy.t t rtu jrroprlauw b.ln
Fidloaalt business, will offer th. sam. on
v.. l,,rtl,.i Information apply
i i,o iorVer ol Third and wrMiwtH.tr.au., "'if'i!'t
t" - ntVU iwv. wriw .T . .7-" - 1 1 1 1 ..
live ariavuau, ww - -
.lest, diameter, as inou.re. i.anlV
'VM-U " " -' -T - -
) AO mr twk. 17Y Bromor-trt. between Kilt
AndBUth, want tide.
tORDINO PlMnt roomn wMh board. n,
ftlrnUhtM. nr MhMLihMl. with em And hlh.
and ererr conrenleuc. iouth-mt corner of Mtn'h
and Wafnnt-.trtt. 0lngla ffentlinm arcrnnmo
datH with board. Jaft-
"OARDTNO A gentleman and lady, or three
ilnate irntlmn, nan be itccnmmrvdated with a
leaeant room and board at f7 GeorgaHitrtwt, ona
or east of flam. JuoM-c
JO A R D1 NCI l-araw and airy romwa Hr fSmltiea,
with board. fnrnliiTied. Bmrd and lodffina for
nffia gennemen, at a per wena. vf noarnei
"OARDTNO Siynmer-boardera can ba aecoro
moatedat tha Pannsrivanla Hotel, 4Join
J I'Mlltt IIOU-I. VUlUHUia.
res, well renulatad ; new
Ith stnale nY (lonbla rooi
rnifiirei neaiiny ana pieaani location, on i
mi am i nauroaa ; inree trains atop aanr i
of coaxhea. Cbaraes Terr reaaonabla. Patron
p dally :
OBT-In Clnolnnatl, alhdjr'i Breaiit Pin, formed
ioft hnnrh of hair In tha form of a bow. with
itroiM faults nswl hv a. rIH band, on which are tha lft-
U-n tj. P.. and ta of much valtw to the owner. Tha
Under will bt attitably rewanled If toft at thia offloa.
THE DAILY PRESS.
Bn Miil. ArrlTM SiSO A. M. and 4i4C P. M.
aloM at 1 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Bturami, Vinmnii aid Wmimimo. At-
ri at SiOO A. M.l elosr at M P. M.
Bt. Loci, Am loramij.-Arrlrea at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M. cIom at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Ohicaoo aaa NoaTK-wm. AitItm at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.; clowa at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
POSTOFFICE BULLETIN. City News.
Niwbpapik Fatom. J. P. Qlore, Mail
Atrent of tha Corinffton and Lexiaeton Rail-
toad, furniahtd us yesterday with Louiayille
papers, six Hours in advance oi me man.
Adamh Expbbss Compart. This excellent
Company place us under daily obligations
tor eastern papers, always in advance oi me
man larors we especially
for which we are duly thanl
MarraoKOLooiOAf, Obhkrvatiosb Br Henry
ware, Optician, June its:
O'eloeS. Baromerer. TAsi nissVr.
7 A. n hi--'1 Above aero 7S
IJ M. ..W..29.M Atior. aero 87
r. M... -...u Above aero-u
LlTTBRg DlTAlNSD FOB WANT OF PoSTAOS.
Tbursday, June 2t):
Randall A Ashton, Columbus, Ohio.
Jainss L. Taylor, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Israel S. Bailoy. Alum Bauk, Penn.
Llial. Hemphill, Brauklln, Ohio.
Wins-Growers' Association. We are re
quested to state that a meeting of the Wine
Growers will be held to-morrow (Saturday)
atternoon, at tne store ot o. w. tiaseitine,
no. 171 walnut-street.
able issues, cap be had at Lewis s, a o, 1$
W est Sixth-street.
Lost. A large and valuable breast-pin, In
the shape ot a leal, upon wmcn lay a
imitation of a cluster of cranes, was
ladv. eveninr before huL in one of the cars.
it it supposed, of the Cincinnati Street Rail-
way, while going from Seventh and Walnut
to Mound-street. The finder will confer a
favor wmcn will not De iorgoiien, oy leaving
Nkws Stand. Richard A. Duncan has
taken the popular stand No. 160V, Walnnt
street, above Fourth, and is in receipt of all
tne latest newspapers ano periodicals, i nose
desirous of news oan obtain it at No. ltiOX.
Niw Riadino. Harper's Weekly, the New
York Ledger, the Clipper, Wilkes's Spirit,
Home Journal and the Waverly Magazine
all for this week together witb other read-
it at this office.
Arrist of Alliosd Dealers in Counter
feit Money. Thomas Anderson and Charles
Thompson were arrested yesterday, and
committed to thejNintb-street Station-house,
unon a cnanre oi navinar in tneir possession
nniint-vrffvit mnnav. A number or gpurious
bills, upon the Lafayette Bank of tne Dis
trict ot UoiumDia, were round upon ineir
mi in 1 : j uim
pviBOOe. 1 lie V will wj vjAaujiiuou vuia sauu-
Ing before Judge Lowe.
Boston Shirt Faotobt. L. A. Keppner
hat owned an establishment over the store
of Cole Hopkins, corner of Fifth and Vine-
streets, tor tne manufacture ano saie oi snirts,
rKfisnms nniiarsL necx-iipa. an. irom a ner-
annal inspection we can say that his stock is
large and well selected, and that hit mann-
A.ni.. iA .-.InlA- - vKik. I tmrxA ln-1- and alrill-
iMWiei u. v miu.v Pi w w .-
ful workmaiuhip. , bee advertisement.
Coolimo Drinks. The mercury at ninety
brings a great draft on the soda fountains.
The oualitT of the article becomes an im-
nortant consideration. Much of what is sold
as soda water is stuff, metallic in taste, and
with si runs merely name a after iruiis. ine
Daniels Fountain at J. D. Parks, corner of
Fourth and Walnut, shows to what perfection
soda water can be brought hy care and skill.
The sirups are made from fruit, without heat,
preserving tne tresn taste.
Sdddih Dbmis A Man Found Dead
His Bbd. Coroner Carer was called upon
yesterday morning to hold an inquest orer
the body oi a man namea Aaam itenner, woo
oay oi a man nameu Auam noimcr, wuu
... l l r 1- J a VT a i r T 1 -
louna aeac in ui. pea at nu. on vinvj-
. mi.. i I ........ Lr.
street. The evidence adduced before tbe
jury showed that the deceased bad, for a long
time, Deen in tne nam, oi gramying, 10
fullest extent, bis appetite for alcoholic stim
ulants, and alto, that it bad finally caused bis
death.. Renner was thirty-three years of age,
a carpenter ana unmarried
Shikiff' Sale of Reaii Estate. At the
regular weekly sale of real estate, held
the Sheriff in the rotunda of the Court-house
yesterday, six pieces of property were offered,
of which two were sold as follows; '
Lot containing 21 acres in Symmet Town
ship, tactions No. 22 and 23, being 3 81-100
acres in tbe former, and 18 acres in the latter
section, to include the milldara across
Little Miami River. Valued at $2,400
hud and improvements; told to Thomas
Rnkart fort 1.600. -..-. :
Lot No. 23 in Knowlton't subdivision
Cumui nBville. - Valued at ISOO; told
Henry N. Wenning for $334.
Business Msg's Peatib Meeting. The
anDlication of a youne man recently con
verted for prayers to strengthen him against
vicious habits contracted before his reforma-
tion, brought on an intensely interesting dis-
: ...... n Unm-M SWil.T- mnA ih. a.Virtu-
cusston upon human frailty and the saving
power ot (jurist, ana numerous instances
were cited illustrating the point. One man
had known a reformed inebriate to
twenty years without tasting spiritous liquors
and then died a drunkard. The resolution
of the - flesh could avail nothing. If a
would reform, be must ask lor strengtn rrom
above; which would certainly be granted,
tftawecucu iu .luwii.j.
A number oi nymne were sung anu earn
eat prayers offered up to Him wbo deigns
comfort and support tbe upright iu heart.
and who sheds forth Hit comforting grace
all. wbo are sincerely penitent.
MoNTBLT 8TATEHBNT OF TIE StREBT-
Railwat GoMPANiEtv The Passenger
City Pastengor Btreet-Railway Companies
yesterday maue a atatement ui too a.jur
nf tha amount of business done by them
during tbe month or May. Tbe rassenger
, .. .... .. ,1 .OS Old nA .n-AM anil 1
.r... ooaiiv i7Tin . t,.iai
ni'ttt The revenue' to the city through
tUeotr eapif tax. for the month, therefore.
'"T.rf. si iU is .pi.- n'. ri,...;l
amouuta w v. 1 M uv. our viWMM
7 ' , . . . .-
Wisiaii. . !
ternris in our eity by insUting thut it
be paid, although the remaining conditions
of the contract would appear to bo lufficlently
onerous, is assi n . . SH , . ,
pay a heavy license fa each ear, it certainly
a tufficient penalty for accommodating
public with a, convenient and comfortable
mode of conveyance, without compelling
every citizen who chooaei to ride to pay
the city; and the railway company for
rjrlvuegeJ; ' "
" , ' -'t .
EXHTWTTlOff OP TH HtTORM AKP WOOB"
ward Hioh-Schoow. The Junior plawi of
the Woodward Hlgh-?hool, gare lis annual
I exhibition reterdfty atlornoon. . lb au
dienca wn4 very lArg and the perform arte
of the DUPilft paMd off ouite atrreeablT. !
NIL. A-llJ! f-a - - ' stVl. Z.
I i ne roiiuwing m ii vgrniuiiJTv ui .ueticr- i
t . Praveran . i , i
The Moral Harn......,rt.............1.B. K. jfranklln.
A Cemetery without a nonnment.MiM Fan line Hell,
The Prospect of the .fspnes..,.,,a)dwin P. Urnar.
Tha Powar of HhoU.....
Tha Ancient and Modern Gladiator Deo. 0. Cox.
...Mini Bnaan D. Ktr.
.Mias UenrietU WalU-r.
Once th.r. wm...hm,....
Burial of lf Hoto. .......
Tne Voice of the Past
The Day Breaketh..
Miss Marv Mnore.
..Hiss Henrietta Mitchell.
........J. B. cVbeldemantel.
.........,MIi Wills Harper.
D. Helnsheimr, r.
Miss Caroline Van Matre.
...MIss Mary K. Barton.
... w . nan.
,.K. V. Williams.
The I.'tflitr of the Ave
All Things being are In Mys-
terv." Ml.s Jane Hnwiann.
Noblllly of Mind . .. -W. t. Hopkins.
The exhibition of the Junior Class of the
Hushes Hiirh-Scbool also took clace yester
day. As in the case of the Woodward, the
were largely attended and quite in-
teresting. The class acquitted itself with
credit, much to the gratification of its teach
ers and friends. The following was the pro
gramme: Antham t,Thnn wilt show me the Bath of Life."
Peace - De Forrest Falrchild.
Ilrneln. Old :rarefi!llv....Mlsa Liszle A. Clliflholin.
Modem Degeneracy. ..Itoliert Klrker.
Triflie M.....H.Mis. JCuima M. Moouey.
Helf-Oovernment ....(leorge I. hiug.
Hymn "Charity" Olover.
The Opening of Japan John W. Tlhhltts.
The Principles of Life. ........ ..Miss Ho mice Krr-klel.
Th. Iullneiice of Christianity. Jobu H. Burton.
The World la full of Beautv. Ac.
jnisa liiaxie o. nogue.
Snnerstltion Henry P. Belknap.
tiloe Mountain nong Tyrolean.
The nplrlt OI tne Agv. nioeri merreii.
Fanes Mias Kiiiina L. Drniarest.
The I tllltariau in Education Thomas M. Dart.
VI'isltuile..H..M.. allssM. larxle UlarKo.
Iron Men Heuben H. Warder.
Olee "lliie, Cvnthla, rise" ......Hook.
Freedom in Amerlca..M.M..M Marcellus L. Brown.
The Words we speak.-... Mix Alice A. Cooper.
Modern Times .m.. Edwin C. Utiehoru.
A Drop tn the Ocean Mis. Martha A. Jones.
American Manners A Colloquy.
Olee "When the Earth Is Rushed" L. DoCall.
The exhibition of the Senior Class at both
of these institutions will take place this af
ternoon at two o clock..
f .. Tn,w n, .e.nw . W O . T--
Solpiide Springs. This fashionable and de-
servedly popular watering place will be the
scene ot a grand ceieDrauon oi tne lounn oi
July which will doubtless be largely at-
tendid by the elite of the State. A dinner
will be given in the grove adjoining the es-
i.ki;.i,..i aW.iT hv an nratinn. The
day will close with a grand bull, and if
HMnnnll-n. ! m.iI. and ftlsaes and wine.
And beauty which must be furruyniee' sake divine,"
Have not lost their mystic power over the
hearts of men and women, the celebration
will be one of the most brilliant ever given
in the West.
The Fourth ought to be celebrated in a
national manner, and we believe this will in
augurate a new era in this respect. The
company will be refined, the address without
bombast, and the celebration in a beautiful
sdoL retired from tbe noise, and dust, and
din, and confusion, ever the concomitants of
a relohrntinn in the citv. 1 he nop. in tne
I evening, will be a mting jmau lor ms occa-
I sion; and while wnining in giuay mazes to
ths strains of Labitzky waltzes, or gliding
I through the intricate figure of some popular
I crladder. and brieht eves brighter, and danc-
I ing feet will find a new expression for a joy
I which can be told by the most eloquent lips,
I Already the establishment is filling up and
tne arrangements lor urn auuir navs uesu
completed. A celebration of this kind must
of necessity be agreeable, and we doubt not
it will be graced by much of the beauty, as
well as the fashion, ot tne entire state.
Art Mattxrs. Some weeks since, we
mentioned at length a picturo, "Dover
Plains." executed bv Thomas Lindsay,
youug artist of promise and talent in this
city. We have since seen another produc
tion of his easel, "Mount Washington,"
view of the Rocky Mountains, which excels
any thing be hag yet painted. Tbe picture
truly a uuv UUVf -viuuvinvrjij anu -.uiciuuj
finished, and possessing many' of the excel
lencies mat cnaracterizc uiuer anu mure ca
An atmosphere of dreaminess and poesy
envelops the landscape, which proves the
I artist has the poetic temperament as requi-
I -. " .1 V. . . I. . nk.
m.io. m 1 1
siUforthe painter as the poet. The per-
it well managed, and the colorings
of the iky natural and effective; while the
eruaro otcitro is so preseniea as 10 inaiviauai'
i. tha arane. and lmrjress the beholder.
Wa havA no suae, iu criticise or rtraise- the
painting as it deserves, but hope admirers
young genius ana lovers oi an wiu caii
the dnitr store of Albert Ross, south-west
corner of Eighth-street and Central-avenue.
and examine "Mount w asnington ror tnem-
Mr. St. Haet's College Comhenoeiiemt.
The annual commencement exercises
Mount St. Mary's College ot tbe West, under
tha Presidency of Rev. S. H. Rosecrans.
D., took place, yesterday, at the' College
buildings, near this city, ana were attended
i uuiiuiiiga, uw. v.vj, uu
I 1 h a n v Vuibi a. il. s i. s bp (inn Pv- lanria
uj . iiBo um wo.eJ
I .1,. tn.l int nn Th. HpirrsM and nrir.ea were
tha institution. The decrees and nnres were
distributed by the Most Reverend Archbishop
The oration! by tbe graduate! were as fol
lows: On Poetry, by John B. Murray;
? 7JvTw.wv. vlurilr-Urv ' bv ZLnh
dS' n inr'&JhnrAnf
excellence. The latter the only one we had
the pleasure to hear was an eloquent and
finished production. An interesting address
on the value of historical knowledge wat de
livered to tbe Philosophical Society ot
Collece. bv Wm. Ward. Esq.. of this city.
The exercises were varied bv music from
band, and closed with an ample banquet,
which a large number ot guests partook witn
every appearance oi rensu,
BOROLABT AT THE UNITED STATES HOTEL.
About four o'clock yesterday morning,
rooms in the United States Hotel, corner
Sixth and Walnut-streets, were feloniously
entered bv some persons, wno stole in
aggregate ntteen aouars auu .a Buyer wuicu.
inev at lengm entered me room oi at. nu-
ler, who happened to be awake, and raised
an alarm which startled the entire bouse.
when they made their escape through a
I ,ue ftfj that j,b(j yxtn evidently cut
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them to facilitate egress in case of discovery.
: Yesterday morning a couple of men,
had registered their names on the previous
day, aa Henry Goodyear and James E.
nold, were not to oe tounu in tue uutci,
ansnlcion at once fixed Itself upon them.
Office re were therefore informed of the
and furnished with description ot ine par-
ifjtiet, which toon alter led to their arret
Thiw were committed to the station-house
2Z J.t . ..omi.iine whl. will nrnhahlv
r.m. "rnenin'o." , . V ,r .
take place this mornings t ,
arrest or an Alleged Kidkappcr.
man named J. W. Rodgers wat arrested
and lodged in the Ninth-streetStation-
hnuaa unon the charge of kidnapping.
appears that some time during tbe month
May he asked permission or a woman namea
Harriet Douglas, to tako her grand-daughter.
a child about twelve years of age, to
burg, which was retused. ne men went
one or tne coiorea scuoois ut tne uity,
r I hr anma pretext induced the child to accom-
pany him. - Yesterday Rogers returned
ue eity, when he wa immeaiateiy takea
I Inln th rnntmlv of the oflicers. and com-
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I ..-.: aM M.m naliA. taarns-a .1 o .1
I , V.v,l. ,V. ,,. ,1
Uliva suaa " ... u.uw,...,j . . ' ,
morning, at the. Police Court: 'v , i , ,
, , i iwSS f "I V
Bot Drowned. A lad twelve yean of
named Martin Boyle, whose parents reside
Cberry-alley, between Vine aud Race,
drowned, evening before last, while bathing
at tha foot of the latter thoroughfart.
mother, after searching thronghout the entire
night for her boy, found bis clothes on
and was thus Informed of tut fata . i '
MiLODtog IIali,. Tbe attendance at the
coavpllmentary cohosrt to Prof. 0. 0, McCormn-k, at
the Melodeon, I set evening, wan limited, and ths
temperature of th, ball nearly eqnal to that of the
tablet Tophet. We had leisure and patlenos to hear
only a portion of the enterUlnmenW and that was of
a poor character. However, Madam. StahT, harp
solo, and Charla. Kunkel's fantasia on the piano
War. vary good, and served as an nufortnnat. crite
rion by whicB to Judge .the remainder of th. per
formance,. Plus's 0piP.A-H0C8R.Vrbe Floral Exhibi
tion at thla astahllshmant Vast evening naaard off
very anreeably. Under the dlreotlon of Professor
Mason th. children of th. different pnblto schools
of the city acquitted themselves with credit, and the
entlreaffalr rerlected la a favorable manner upon all
th. parlies engaged in It. The building was crowded
to excess by an audlenc. that seemed dellghtod with
The objectionable features which we noticed when
fie same exhibition was given aome wseks
remedied; the tableaux war. as good
heithemtulo generally well-rendered, considering
the yonth of the performers, and the festival was In
every respect a complete success.
aa they could I
I over, yesterday afternoon, and severely in
exercises hired. Her head was bruised almost to the
Child Tins Ovxa and Biviksi.t Injcp.it.
A little erirl about three rears of aire, daugh
ter of Mra. Ramsey, restdingon the Hnmilton-
road, near vine-street, was acciuenuuiy run
extent of a fracture, besides' which, she re-
ceived some internal injury, which, in all
. K..l,:i;- -.ill Mall tn k s..lh.
probability, will result in her death.
Portraits of titk Prctidiktial Candi
dates. Messrs. Moore, Wilatacli, Keys 4
Cn. have nn hand miniature Dhotoprauhic
likenesses of Douglas, and Lincoln and Ham
lin, suitable for envelopes, note and letter
paper, similar pictures oi neu, nreciciii
riuVe, Everett and Lane. See advertisement.
Hilp pi. Longworth and others. Motion
to dissolve an injunction heretofore granted,
restraining defendant, Longworth, from sell
ing plaintiff's real estate on execution.
It wns held by Judge Storen That the
Sheriff of Hamilton County having returned
that ho could nnd no property, real or per
sona 1. nt the nrincinal debtor to lew upon.
such return was conclusive of the fact; and
unless there was evidence to complicate mo
SDerin witu tne aerenaani in mailing a wise
return, the present return could not be im
peached. In order to permit a levy on the
property of the surety, it was not incumbent
on mo oreuitor j i-
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judgment had been recovered, with a view to
R leTy on an? "eged property of the princi-
pal debtor. Injunction dissolved.
- Stewart . Warren. The motion by de-
fendant for a new trial was overruled, and
judgment entered on the verdict.
,. w oourun pi. Executors ot r. uranuin.
Motion by defendants for new trial was over
ruled. Ron to Show Causi. A rulo Issued
itcrainst Wm. McCammon and others, execu
tors of the late Cant. J. B. Summons, re
quiring them to show cause, at the instance
of Prudence Summons, (now Mrs. Bartlett,)
Why they had not complied with a former
decree, in not accounting with Mrs. B. for her
interest in the estate of ner late husband.
Quite a lengthened answer was filed by
resuondants. in which they claim that so far
iui nnnnible thev had complied with the order.
Judge otorer deterred any action in tne
Dremises until the patties hod ascertained by
an examination of the record in the Probate
what tbe distribution share was of
K. Mills arjoeared for the executors: Mr.
Webster, of Kentucky, and Mr. Crawford.
on the other side.
Room No. 2. William McL.ean and others
r. Abraham Todd. An action, submitted to
.1 mitre. HnAdlv. involvmi? the buildim? and
. '..a mi . r jattjl .-J-
running accounis oi toe steamer uavva rr niw.
The parties were represented oy messrs.
Fox and Lincoln.
Room No. 3. Creacrh vs. Hart. Judcre
Spencer decided this case, in which a Ques
tion arose in relation to a distribution of the
proceeds of the sale of Hart s Building on
Fourth -street, on execution.
Judfre Spencer overruled the motion to set
aside an order or uisiriouuon, and counrmeu
the order heretofore made.
Room No. 1. Judtre Carter called the de
fault list and heard cases upon the motion
No. 2. Several motions for new trials
were overruled bv Judtre Collins.
INo. 3 uriminal oide. James wrigni, m-
. ... . i, . a. ftnrt
dieted for homicide, gave bail in $1,000 for
hu i appearance, and the case was continued.
A nolle was entered in the case of i
Gilbert, indicted for having in possession
unauthorized bank paper.
Citv Council. The Council met in the
Court-room yesterday, for the first time since
the completion of the recent improvements.
f resident uooason anaiweivememoers were
Dresent. Tbe minutes of the previous meet.
incr were read and aDDroved. '
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A communication was received irom ine
As an instance on tnis point, ne stated tnat
rt v I ... . .
. ggyepai prisoners were now in jail, wno nave
I . 1 . ... .i ' ....
Mayor, calling attention to the met tnat no
are attached to a failure on the
P " r"""" T'"". " . .T.i
been sentenced to the chain-gang, and yet
not one of them hud ever been put upon tbe
streets, and there being no penalty affiled
a failure on the part of the officer whose duty
it was to execute tne cnain-gang ordinance,
there wa n0 nmi . Refe"ed the Com
I m'ttee on aiv7. ' . . .
Moore presented a communication
from John T. Levis. President of the Ken
tucky Central Railroad, asking the privilege
of erecting telegraph poles in the streets.
Mr. Moore introduced an ordinance grant
ing license to Mr. Henry Kraut to keep
coffee-house on the Seventh-street Market
space, for the Bum of $100. Lost. The
was afterward granted, however, upon
the payment or ipiuo.
The remainder of the session was con
sumed in matters relating to improvements
Grand Larceny Case. Two youne men.
denizens of Cincinnati and Covington, who
ave their names as Wm. J. ocott and
ihifford. were arrested aC Lawrencebure,
Indiana, vesterdav.'bv Joseph Yancey. Mar
shal of West Covington, on a charge of grand
larceny. The guilty parties nad stolen
by I skiff from near White Hall, which happened
- I . .. 1 . I ....... . .. Ar Af- V-nAAV hitnoalf
to be the property of Mr. Yancey himself,
took it to Lawrenceburg and sold it for
Thev were examined yesterday before Judge
Moltos, and committed to jail In default
250 ball, lor their appearance at tne next
term of the Circuit Court.
Circuit Codrt. In the Circuit Court yes
terday, J as. Davis was tried and acquitted
a chunm nf arann. and John Boker tried
to ,,liKrl nr. arharir. of carrying concealed
V" vu. ZTm.u.. nf ,ha
' ": '"'i.k .iL;. "3. '
cupied with eivil cases.
Fire on the Kbntdcky Central Railroad.
About oue thousand cords or wood was con
sumed by fire near Demossville and Butler
Stations, on the Kentucky Central Railroad,
nignt oeiore last. ' mere is uu uuuut out tu
it Is the work of an incendiary. .'
Han Drowned. A soldier named Martin
Udell was drowned while bathing in the Ohio
River, near the Barracks, night before
rill POCjy was rewv.reai ycstoiuar biuiiuwu.
whenad inquest wat held, and a verdict
accidental drowning returned. . - -
" Tbbse LittlkGiiils Savep vrom Dnow NINO.
One day last week three little girls in
to cross over a foot-way across
Conemaugb, to the picnic grounds in
U --u'a flrnv. uvt th Pliilaiielnhia Bulletin.
became ditty and fell into tbe stream,-and
were being carried off by the torreut, when
two young men, named John Melony
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ilicnuia. Xrwiuy, Jtltuucaj IM stwtt sviaaivuwi
iu rescuing tiiajrhoie of tii.m.; '
NEWPORT NEWS. A Sable Lothario Figuring in New Orleans—
He Ruins Thirty Young Ladies white
Acting as Music-Teacher.
Tuesday's New Orleans irfa has the fol
IOWihjf! ! t i ' . ; ?
On Saturday nlrht OfTicnrs Carr ana Kear
ney took hold of one of the most seductive,
talkative negroes we have ever heard or
seen, and placing handcuffs on him, bronght
mm to tne r irst District ijocg-up. intsoiaca
rascal he is a deep colored, coffee-looking,
oily dog is named Thomas Martin, a free
negro who has the reputation, and the abil
ity too, of an excellent pimio forte and guitar
musician and composer. He was taken into
custody at the instance of a Mr. Ann Severs
on the charge of threatening bar life and the
lives of her family, and also threatening to
set fire to her house, 111 Perdido-street.
This is the ostensible charge against the
fellow, but the one which the law can not
reach Is seduction. It appears that Martin,
who was born in thia citv. and educated in
Philadelphia, had met Miss Fanny Thayer,
(the daughter of Mrs. Severs by a previous
marriage,! in tne year ittji, on tne corner oi
Perdido-street, in company with a Miss A.
Johnson and sister, two young ladies to
wnom ne nad oeen giving instruction in
music. Being struck with Miss f anny s
somewhat pretty appearance, and after
learninc her history and position, (of such
a character as would really make her a
Desdemona" with "Othello' trials on the
moral flood and field if Martin .is to be
believed; and of such a character we may
I by and by illustrate in detail, with other
I f . - v ii .r j l: l.l
forts,) he, Martin, proffered his friendship,
and tniioht her mualc for which she had
uiiignt ner muiirc, tor wmcn sue iiaa
I victims to this negro (Martin) we have now
in our posseaa,0n, ano we wiu most certainly
considerable capacity in learning,
t hen lie paid, ne says, ner expenses oi
living, etc., for some time, indeed, up to this
week past, embracing a period of three years.
All this while Martin was attentive to Miss
Fanny, wbo is now about sixteen years of
age, p-iviiig Her presents ot jewelry, etc- and,
us he gays, ner mother cognizant of his pro
ceedings. In the course of time the young
crirl became in the way that lords love to see
their ladies in, and she is now tbe mother
of a child some five months old. This is the
point where Martin looms up in the charac
ter of a fellow deserving Lynch's code and
practice. Though it may be averred ho has
had too many privileges to draw him away,
still his cunning and knowledge are so clear
that he must necessarily know the invasions
he was moKing were contrary to law and
right. Privileges he had, truly, for we find
him emragea and made mucn ot as a music-
teacher, by some uuuiues in this city.
In another issue the Dtlta observes:
The names of the parties who have been
oApuao ium,..iiii; uumm,,
tion, they have pandered to a vitiated dispo-
8jtjon, and Martin has been the prime actor
thereto. He, as a well-informed, Northern
educated negro, has much to answer for, and
. 1- ' 1- .. 1. 1 ' n . : .l...U A .
we tulUA o uumiG uimuvu buuuiu ucuiniiu
that answer. The Question is not slow pro-
cess by formality, but otherwise. Just look
at thiu arrnv nf vlrtima nor initials tliM full
at this array OI victims per iniiiais, iiie iuii
points reiLUivrj -.uciouj wo win givo in uuc
Miss Kate P . a white voune lady of pre-
Eossessing traits and appearance; Mirs Maria
i, not equal in her appearance to Miss P
but a fine lookinsr srirl of great wit: Miss W
u quiet andlovely girl, unprotected but confid
ing men two young gins a. aioie. i i
then also a Mario, of an optical defect, who
was his friend and aid; then Mine T , a sim-
nle crirl ot trood looks then a Mme. r , wno
lied to the North to avoid him and his
threatened exposures; and then the person
whose names were alluded to yesterday and
of which more anon. '
TV!. .nnAl Xfit.tin tint, kaan At. 4f,a rvnwsa
A AI lO IWlBlll ATA Ul tllS. USSJO LFgJiU WU HUV IHSI
ot music dodge, and lnvar.aoiy suojected
these victims to tnat power nrst, and nis ouy,
caramon ton true after, and then went his war
rejoicing. We have with us the names
nearly thirty persons who hare been
dupes, but we can only prove at this moment
tne nereioioro namea.
A Brief Biography of James, the Novelist.
Georore Philip Rainforth James was
J-t A A II . T
ID. 10U1. nn receivea uia onriy ouuuiuun
a scnooi ai ureenwicn. aeuv uv a rrouuu em-i
. .v J i i j
ffrsni. inn was aiisrwaro u sceu uuuer
-o- - n ..r' r. i.
private tuition of Rev. Wm. Carmalt, with
wnom be remained until his sizteentn year,
when he was sent to r ranee, wnere ne
mained several years. In verv early
hood be commenced to show his aptness
literary composition, and became an anony-I
moug coninutiujr iu iuo uiunzuiea. ai
laier penoa, uai wuue us tisiiuu . juuiu,
wrote several short stories for the amuse
ment of his friends, some of which, straying
out of the circle thev were intended for, coin,
to the notice of Washington Irving, who ad-
I lO 1110 nnuce OI iv usumit lain iiviua, wuu awl-
yiaei him , attempt a work oriorae im
spective ortance. The ui 0f Edward. -the Black
uvruuiw awh J J aw .w, .w
Prince, a book he did not care afterward
acknowledge, was the result of this counsel.
Hut shortly atterwara appeared aieiuutu,
nuhlistiAii in hia twnntT-sizth Tear, the suc
cess of which confirmed him in bis resolution
to pursue a literary career. The manuscript
of this novel bad been submitted to Sir Wal
ter Scott before its publication, and that great
soul, in whom no thought of literary envy
ever existed, seconded the advice of our
illustrious countryman, and urged tne young
writer still to runner and Better enorts.
The death of tbe Earl of ljverpool.
friend 0f his father, from whom he
reo.on to expect a Government appointment;
iinscemiarv mru m mi um luuusuiuiia,
and the intoxication or his first success added
spurs, which he was too willing to wear,
UIHIUVWSIIIJ. . "1"H.I.1U' TT U IrtJ
cessantly. Novel after novel, romance
romance, tumbled from his pen.- There
some seventy of them in all, of various
merit, or course, nut an aoove tne average,
H. imagination wat as fertUe as that of
de Vegafand he produced his works almost
mp J For iong period he would
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write lliuiaeu. uui uiuiabcu vu niuwiuciurii,
and sometimes carried on the construction
two novels at one time, walking from
room into another, and giving each scribe
sentence to convoy to paper. Thus, though
he did not write an nis novels, uey
still hit own composition, and were
merely dignified by his name in the title
page, like so many of the fictions of Alex
andra Damns. Without approaching
standard Of the great master, the works
James nave been almost ta wiaeiv reoa
the romances of Scott, and while they
uot maintain any enduring popularity,
are some among them which will not
be forgotten.. They have been translated
most European languages, and are
popular in Germany. In this country,
J PP"nwn. ot "tuiain iv.
removed to tnis country wuo ui. rnmiiy,
P bis regidenc. in Btockbridge,
pupuwr iuoniai.il,. o-""j
have been teveral times republished,
Hliao ut ui. mm. uu, n...wi. uv.v,
their first appearance from the press of
Harpers, in New York.
Mr. James was also the author of teveral
histories and biographies, including
Lives of Charlemagne, Richard Cceur de
Henry IV of France, and Louis XIV. -
are lest known than bit other works,
have already attained the popularity
wat their clue. For a brief period he
the office of H istoriopTHpher of Great Britain,
by appointment of William IV. In 1861
' , r -
shire County, Mass. In 1852, be wat
oo nted lirilun uonsui in itionoiK,
which post ht remained till, in 1858, he
T....&-.J l ll,. MMli.k nAn.l.l. .1 V.nU
tlOUaiVl.. VU. -W .1,11 'I VU."-" ' . "
where he hat since remained. .
Mr. James was a gentleman of winning
manner!, good conversational powers and
courtesy. . During hit residence
this country be commended himself to
regard and esteem of all with whom he
in contact and there are very many
circlet where, in spite of the fact that he
here a itranger and remained bat a
yean, hit death will be mourned at that
Two Bovs Rssouxd ut Another from
Sia. On Tuesday evening two sons of
Tl. .,. . ..i.l...l .(U..!!;...1. Tal.nrf
A Uliuikwu, u.,.uu, i.,.. .m. .aii-uu,
near New York, went out to tail in a batteau
suit, w ui v tt.vii'iiH'sBHii wiywov-a, aavaa supt
observed toon after by a son of Alexander
Sharlock, a youth of eighteen Jfeare of
as they were struggling beneath tha
and He immediately plunged in, , and, at
1J 11 . 1 K,V .T.,,.k ..I. Ik.
1 inni, tvsbuva vu..., niu... wwu mat.
boy wat restored to lift. , w .
A Brief Biography of James, the Novelist. RIVER NEWS.
The Ohio opposite this port continues
steadily to decline, though more slowly than it has
been . Th. fall dnrlng the twenty -four hoars ending
last evening, was about flv. or six Inches, with six
awl three Inches In the channel betwsen here and
Lonlrvllle. At Pittsburg th. water Is Mill on Its
downward eotirse, and yesterday at noon taere war.
only thirty-six inches there;
The weather oontinned very hot and oppressive
restertlay, allliougn the occasional elouris rr-uaeroa
he heat of the sua mure endurable. A slight rain
frll in the morning, and between four and Ave In the
evening a fine shower visited us, which, though It
lasted but a short time, cooliid th. atmosphere and
rendered It much more agreeable.
Bitsliif a on the Landing was stlfl dull yasterdav,
and freights, though Arm as to price, were scarce.
Navigation is becoming difficult, and boats are dally
lying up for the remainder of the seasnn. We quot.
rates of freight steady at these flgiims.
Pttftonrp. Ootton, Tor.: Molasses, We. ( Whisky,
v.: Kl.mr, afro.; Pork and Lard, socironau Heights
USiaiso. pr inolha,
Clover -seed, aar.i
Ale, fine.; riour.WK.; Found Freights, (jk14o. per lull
. Limit. Heavy Ponnd Freights, tsc. per nai
ills. Whisky and Oil, JOc. per barrel
lbs.; Wblsky and Oil, 6. per barrel; Stoves, Ko.1
Ale, . per oarri'i
Oiire Whisky and Oil. Mc. per barrel: Found
freights, ano. per ll pounds.
A Orisons.-Whi.kr and OH, MM.; Flour, line.; Po
tatoes and Apples, Mtc.; Pork. 70c.; Bacon In tih-H.,
Jno.; and other Pound Freights, tic. per loo Ihsj
Keg Lard, 18c.; Horses 10 per head
Yesterday's Lonisvillo Courier observes:
The river yestcnlav was falling very slowly at the
head of the falls, with three fuel seven and a half
inches water In th. canal. In the evening, by the
mark, a decline of about an Inch lu the previous
twenty-four hours. The weather was cloudy and
rather cooler than heretofore, with hopes or rain,
tl,r.irh In the evenine it became verv close and sill-
I try, with the thermometer as high as .Ighty-nin. In
I the shade, and a light rain at night. Superior re
una I rt bllt ,),,. OTtr nv on the Flats, and the J.
C. Fremont, for Cincinnati, waa naru agrouoo on
Craig's bar, near Vcvay. The mall-boat gave bsr a
pull, but couldn't move her an Inch.
Ths Portland and New Albany bar has suddenly
become the shoalest point below t ho falls, with not
over five feet on the bar ye.terday. The Aurora.
fi-om New Orleans, stork on tno oar yeeterusy, anu
the John Halue, uot being able togetover, was com.
pelled to load at New Albany. Culcss too many
boats get pllod up on the bar, it will cut out In a few
davs. ... j .
From til. travelers oy ine overiauo nraw wr nave
detinlte news of tbe Arkansas Rtver. Ou last Thurs
day, the ilst, there were but twenty-eight inchos
water from Pine Bluff to Little Hock, and the S. II.
Tucker, bound down, broke several timbers In her
hull bumping the bottom. The little D. II. Miller
hail Como aown irom Tne ueeii waiem wi nm.uw,
and a Government officer, who traveled express, re
ports th. river falling at all points.
Yesterday's St. Louis Repaonoon luforms ns as to
river matter in that vicinity:
Tl.- elv-r ba. been visitis nrettv ranldlv. The
amount of the swell in the twenty-four hours, end-
; ;t-ak evening, was fully .ixht Inches, and
I u was still rising. A groat deal of drift-wood is
I coming aown
There are fully fifteen feet In the channol out to
The Illinois Hiver IS very low anu laiuog, wnn
twenty-two inches ou tho Tree-top Bar, and thirty
iuchee below Peoria.
Ti.. Mi.-l.nl 1. felllne from St. Paul to Du
binins; stationary from IuhiiiUe to the head of the
rpper Rapids, and rising from Keokuk down. There
are seven feet on the I'piier, five feet on tho Lower
Uaplds, and elgbt leel nelow Keoxua.
The Missouri Kiver is rising rapidly, and is so re
ported from Fort Randall down.
ine mountain nee wwimi .
ford yesterday telegraphed to Mr. Jno. Uowou, ii
this cltv. from St. Joeenh, that the river was ver)
A I 1.1.1. .nH .. at il 1 rial ill We mav llNlk for 111 11'" 1
I .T i v. . I
!" ""I'SS "S xhT Z ."
I sometimes interrupted by rain. The evening was
I cloudy and warm, and portended more raiu.
Bu,5lie, t)l iK1,d!ug was very dull. Arrivals
i w'ere tlie Twilight and tjouthwe..trr, from Blmaourl
Illver; iaiuni.ironio.noii, rim iiu", iihim iiioir
natl: Argonaut. Irom Ohio itiver; r.ua, irom naptos
rails Clty,tloiu lew uriuaus; oucKer Diaie. iroiu
St. Paul, andC. K. lllllman,from CuniberlaiidiHlver.
Tbe St. Louis fiuiirfiu has the following torrible
rumor in regard to Capt. Miller, of the Bay City
tbe boat which left the Ben Lewis In distress:
Wo learn that the feeling, In this city and else
ulivrn. wiu vurv strotis asainst this mau yertterduy
The peoplo along the Tevec declared be anould not
limrl hiM ruiar. At a Inter hour wo arc informed that
rumor fa rife in town that unpt. miner came up to
Cape Oirardcau yesterday uioininB, when the peo
ple turned out en tnaue and made tne patsec tiger yet
On. llWy lliro VOa tno r'ti g.nUuiD auu iiuiia
1.1... tn tiu.. aanft hnrnt Ills boal tu the water's
edge. Uow true this report ia we aro not prepared
Tuesday's New Orleans Dotia remarks:
Since onrlaat renort there has boon nothing
aiiv it re at moment tranevfrlng on the levee, unless
we except the arrivals of tbe Imperial, New Uncle
&mm and Nick Thomas, all with fair loads of to
bacco and other Western produce. 1 ne weather last
evening was cloudy, with a fair prospect for the long
looked for raiu. We hope that, lor the sake of our
half-drifd up cisterns, we will havo a shower era
long. l)epartureM were not numerous. The Peytona
left with an excellent trip for Louisville Tho Cora
Anderson ion tor at, ijouis whu a inp oi rauroau
Arrival. Superior, Louisville; Prioress, Madison;
at 1 Maclay, St. Loula; Ariwinu, Pittsburg; BuiiDslde.
at. ijoois; uuniauii, I.UVIUW. ... . ..
.1.. I ruMuM. Hnimriur. Louisville: Frloross. nam
me I . ui,.-
... I SOU; JJOStOlia, rOrismomii, .niimiiii. 1..U11110, oaiiia
I List, Whesllng; W. I. Maclay, Pittsburg; Lady
I I'lus, nompnis.
The Bethel Festival.
The following communication should have
a i ap pea re a m yesieraay t issue, oui was uu
us i avoiaaoiy crowuea oui.j
To (As Sditors of (As DaMp Pros,.-
The managers of the Bethel, and the large
school connected with it, desire, through your
obliging paper, to express their thanks to our
many, many friends who greeted us so warmly
and so kindly at the late demonstration
Smith Nixon's Hall.
It is surely refreshing to us who labor
the Bethel work, to know that we have
many friends who not only sympathize with
us, but who liberally contribute to clothe and
feed our little ones. When tbe Festival was
first proposed, we had no expectation that
more than the officers and teachers would
have been invited: but lot the whole ship's
company, three to four hundred strong, were
the nappy guests of tbe lady managers of our
had --iTe chaJ5ty ouns we should some
penalties timM fid oarBeve, straitened forthe means
nroirress with our enteniriae: butluchde-
monjtrations as last Thursday night convince
to . that we iive am0ng Samaritans, who only
ask. "Are they worthy?" Should we under
take to count our menas. we wouiu not auow
where to stop, for their name is legion.
may. however, mention the kindness
Meaars. amitn s mxon. wuo so gencruu.iy
. tne annoBoi oi tne laaies ineir
hall, so eminently adapted for such
iratherings. They have our hearty thanks.
Messrs. Day k Bra. have our thanks for theia
liberal donations. Hundreds ot little voices
are expressing their thanks to Mr. John Ball'
lit for boxes, baskets and bundles of cakes
Messrs. Pratt Metcalf, ot tbe Spencer
House, must be numbered among our con
stant and liberal friends, to whom we turn
every time of need. We are indebted
Messrs. Huntington a Bros. lor mvors iu
wsv of China and glassware, to nr. uun-
har we tender our sincere thanks for the
and interesting mannor in which he con
ducted the tinging of our children.
And now. woat snau we say oi toe lauiwi
to them belongs the credit of this
affair. By their liberal donations the
was loaded, and by their unwearied labors,
'j i wa3 loaded, and by their unwearied labors,
and d out 0f the nall the Festival proved
The reports from the ladies holding tickets
are not all handed in, but sufficient for us
say tbe net proceeds will not vary mucn
R. H. LEONARD, Sec'y.
June 27, 1860.
Rbpdted Odarrel Between tub Frsnch
Emperor and Em patas. Letters from
state that ever since the grand fancy ball,
which the Empress Eugenie was to appear
at "Diana" and did not, because her husband,
Louis, objected; tbe imperial pair have
on very ill terms; the "nephew of his uncle"
having, strange at u seems, wnon fcugenie
was I extraordinary peitonal attractions are
I l A 1 -i'i f . A 1: 1 . :!.
a e " " -. -7 . - - -
I to which he can lay no parental claim
sidered, in all instances, declined to visit
wile t apartments alter nigntiaii.
The costume of "Diana" wat rather
and to arranged at to reveal her anklet
a portion of her nether limbs, which are
to be of exquisite symmetry; and to
Louis wat violently opposed, because, aa
stud, be reared tne eiiect sucn a cnarming
might have upon tome of his
SUOjecia; reineruiiering tu. Msrriuie iiuiucuce
ner aamirauia lguiua axercuieu uputt mm
driving bim, through passion, into matri
mnnv. contrarv to hut better iudirment. -
The gossips further say that Eugenia
threatens, if the Emperor continue
longer in his lU-buiuur, to give bim an
nuav I .
I The Frigate Gonititdtiom Ordered
age, Sea, Orderi have been received at
water. Ptrrrtttmouth (N. H.l Navy-yard to prepare
great the frigate CWtt'u(toa for sett, Sbehasbegn
jnl.tkn In. lh. aorvii'S nf. th. Kavsl Si.ihnil.
- ---- -
t I t Anaapolit, at a praeUoe-sbip, f
Monetary and Commercial.
Financial affairs continued quiet yesterday r '
In Tblrd-atraot with a bat tar tfamaatl for Hcwy tnd ,
Karhans1 than aa axpartfacad on aay rarimia dar
of tha wafk. Tha BT onatary narket waa eaar, aa
nodiaioultr waahad In dlapoalntof Brat-claaa Fapar m -at
9r$10 wrr oant.; aotoa vary choioa aanaa gon$ aa
low aa 6, whlla afata otaara, ot wH kaowa. cotiM' '
not ba placad lowar than 12ftlfi aer cant.
Tha hnrlns rate fnr Entrm Kvnhanga waa '
tha latlnr prlca blntoftan paid by Bankara, who
war unort Tha aiarkot, thoufh not vary actlva,
waa quit flm at H prwia. '
Gold waa In Arm demand at4ie..bat thaaaaplr waa
III! in advance of tha requlramaiit from tlia oonptry
Wa hava no chanra to nota In Tltna-bllla or vara
rant Mnnty, and ISaw Urlaana Funda ountlaua an
Vlonr waa rathar haarfar yaatardar. bnt tha ar.a
tlnn In rata could not conveniently baitattMl; aa
parflna waa offered freel)- at $4 74 without nndlnc
bnyi-ra. Whisky waa till In food daraand, ana
Meaa Pork waa in bottar rMtieat. ana afrrarai w
were d.Mpneed of at lift, and no partlculara glTaa.
Hacoa Hldea continued in active demand, to cm.
'lima at lOHftloc . the latter rata oaintT reiniea
at the clnee, ItoMern anklnjj He. adanca. Clear Hidea
) brls. wild atUHc. and tt hatd. Shouldara at
40. ft (rt a Into waa dona In Lard, and Hulk Hides
were held ont nf the market.
urorrriea wen, itnanfreii witn a monerara oaaiaoo. .
Little waa doinjf in Wheat, aa nearly all tha m ilia in
the city and aome lu tha con airy are clotud tur ra
laira. Prlcea are, thererom. nominal to a great
.tut- Torn waa Arm. and mived shelled advanced.
Oata and Barley were steady, mod Bye dull and lowar.
Tha Imports and Ki porta of varloua artlclaa during
tha twenty-four hour" andlnf yaatarday noon wara;
Import- Applea, 4 barrels. Barter, I St hrMrrwlp-. Bnt
ter, 1 3i packages; Candles. boxes: Corn.MA bash
els; Cheoea, !92 boxes; Coffee. rl batts; Flour, A15
bris.; llay, an Dales; tioffs, nean; i.ara, uivrrvtii.;
f.strrl. so trsttFti! MiiliutMMi. ?7ft hrl : Halt. 71A bushels:
Oats. 976 bushels; pork and Bacon, 1 hhd.,fil tierces,
i'i barrels, 1 box, pounds, ; Poiatona, 30 brls.;
Sutrar, IdObbds.; Bait, IMbarrab; Wheal, 37a bush.;
ErpoH-Applea, barrels; Barley. 100 bantu;
Buttr, )' parkanei; Caudtes, 3V boxes; Corn,
bushels; Cheese, 2s boxes; Coffee, 1M bajrs: Flour,
I .Ml brls.; Hay, bales; Hops, head; Lanl. 492
brls., 75 kens; Molasses; HI brls.; Malt, biMbels;
Oats, liuHbels; Pork and Bacon, lift hltis., 841
tierces, A brls., SO boxes, potinria; Potatoes, ta
brls.; Sugar, 8a hhrts.; Bnit, & una., w neat, nusneis,
Whlnky, 1.&V7 brls.
Wednaeday'a Timms says of New York Monetary
matters on Tuesday:
Th Kirhanm mark a watt 1mm Arm ttvdav for the"
Boston st yam or than tho opening rntes of yesterday
Indicated. On London a moderate business was
done at liiftdHW1, while on Paris vh rata retnrned
to A. 1 4 i, the same as last week. One of the em portwra
of Bullion will send over fifiO.Oixi by express, for
shipment by tha Boston steamer to-morrow. Tha
uextoppurtuiilty is oy tne uunow. tor navre, am
the Dale steamer for Liverpool ou Saturday ut'xt.
In tha Money market there la less disposition to
advance rates even on Ion a Paper than yeetrdav
Home prime indorsed lots have been taken at 6'v per
cent. At oall, the rata is 6 percent., with excep
tions at Hit where the security la choice, eucn aa
federal and State Stocks.
Yesterday's St. Louis .Democrat1 remarks:
M nnnv Is nnlte nasv. tha oflVirinca bet tiff SO amall
that the Banks are enabli d to do all the Paper pr- ,
seated, whether local or Time Kxchauue. Kome of
tliein could do much more than is oftervd. The only
dtfUculty seems to lrn iu guttiua a sufflrleiicf of ttiaht
AicnnnR" on ine fcani; so smaii a suppiy tu ium iiu
has staliioni txtMrien-ed here. It Is fortunate
thnt the demand is not so larce as upusI at this time
of year. Below ary tho retfuUi soiling rates un dif
For GaUl. S kbU Fiintis. Currrnc.
Sight on the Kast nreiu. I pn-ni. 1H prein.
siKUl rtvw (irifans... (lis. ,"t preui. prcm.
Sight Cin. and Louis .'4 dis. S prom. I prem.
Currency is tn good supply, though it la bought at
,(oi a discount onlv. and sold pretty readily tha last
two davs at ) discount.
Gold la not iu no much demand aa Is usual just be
fore quarterly Btink-ststettii'iit day. It la rated in
bxcuiiuge SHies at -a. aoove DHnxauie iuiiub, sou it is
not utteiy to ruie aiovo i per oeui.
THURSDAY EVENING, June 28.
FLOUR Til. market wa. rattisr heavl.r to-day,
though the change In prlrs. could not be specititd.
But-frrln. was ottered quit freely at 14 7. without
nuding any buyers. The wholo range for superfine.
Including fresh ground, may be putitown at 7Sv3.
and of extra, fresh ground, at ti 33a,5 so.
WHISKY -A continued good doinand, with a
steady market: sales oi 700 brls. at 17,S17Sc, til.
latter 'ate for wagou. .
PltOVlHIONH Moro demand for mess Pork, and
we understand Mverml lota chsnged hands at but
they were kept quiet as regards the particulars. A
continued active dnntand for Bacon Bides, with sales
of Wi hhd-j. at luH.'GlOHo., and at til. close the
latter rate was freely offered and refused, holders
aakingllo.; M hhds, clear 8ides sold at HHc. and io
uhus. Buoiilders at F-nc;, now held at s.,c. tfnlK
ides are wanted at u.tc, out tnsy are nciii out or
the market. Shoulders would bar. brought 7.0.
o tnevemont In Lard.
GKOCfclilES No change In tb. market. Sugar
quiet at eta.ae. Molasses is offend at K. Coflos firm .
V. ITOAl 1 here IS Dnt utile aomg; nwriy an rne
mills are closed for repairs. Price, are. to a great
extent, nominal, at $1 lh 17 for prim, red, and
tt 25 lor prim. wnit.. no aaies rsponeu.
COltM I'he demand for Corn Is active, and mixed
shslled .di-ancwl to 4Sc.i ear i. firm at 47c , and .
white shelled at file: sales of Soil bu.lisls mixed
ihelled In liulk at 4Sc.: enu do. ear in duik, at 47C.
UATcV The markot is nrm, Witn a goon a.mana as '
35c.: sales ot euo bush, at 37Hc.i In sacks, sou bue.
atrv'c, lu sacks, and WW utua. aie.-c; in sacks.
KYB The market is dull, and prices lowar: we
quot. prime at 7S7c.: sales of SOU bush, at TSc., and
sou ousn . at 7oc.
BAULKY mm. ran is id fair a.mana, at asc.,
the lower grades are dull and nominal.
if A I The marac. IB quiet, ana uaeuangvai; we ' i
not. prime Timothy, In bale., ou arrival, at Ilo per :
:un. , . . ...
CUkiaSK The aemana is gooa ana cn. maraM is
rm at 7Sc. for prime Western KMerv..
nllTTtCR The market for Central Ohio continue. .
dull at 10(3130. for prim, to choice yellow, and vc.
FOa ATUKH There la no aemanu. ana prices nr.
nomlualat 81 per brl. for prim. Neshanock. Th.
season la ov.r.
New York Market.
New York. June 28 P. M. Ashes quiet -
sales 90 brls. at 15 12X for Pots and t? 71. for Pearl.
Cotton auu sua neary: miauung ipiauas nominal
Vlo.?r market opened qnlet .nd closed a shade ea- r
ler, with moderate demalid foresport and houiecou- .
sumption: sales iu,iiwuii.. . e"Uv"i"i uu
8tah', I 3(Va 66 for extra State; Is 3.14315 45 for super
fine Western: a' .Ve0o i.iloroommon to meuium extra .
Western. Canadian Flour may be quoled a shade ,
lower, with holders rather more dlspossd to realize. '
sales 12,tiu brls. at $f 56cC,7 do for common to choice ' -extra.
Kye Flour quiet: small sales at l oQtgi. 20 for
common to choice supernne. i-orn-meai siaaa) ,
with a moderate draiand: aalM 600 brla. Brasidy wine "
at SJ 7.1. . . .......
wntsgy marget steaoy: sales .to oris, at si;ar3iit.. .
WIimi In better ilemand for exnort and the mar
ket opened In favor of sellers, closing, howavor, with
holders utsposeu to sen at ine curreii. uuum.iiuus: ,
sales of 73,oun bushels Mllwauklc Club at SI 32. 31;'
2H.ISI0 bushels red Chicago spring at SI Sttl 80: 11, -
800 Rscine spring at 11 31; 5,300 bushels mixed In-.:
dlana at 8) 42; a.yoo bushels white Canadian at 81 50, -
l,lou Dusneis orate a. .1 v qui., a. ou.oo,..
Corn opened heavy and closed easier; sales of Ty,wsi
bunheb at otSci-A-:. for heated mixed Wisconsin; 6: -fViirlc.
for distilling do.; rvt-.ij7c. lor sound shipping .
do.; Toe. for fekiuthern yeUow. Oats plenty and heavy
at 37(ol40c. for 'Vesteru and Canadian; 41c. for Htatc.
pork market quiet auu nrm: saiea oi siai oris, ai
IIS 63S&!T5fornew mess, IU tor old mess, 113 62-.
for new prime, 112 50 for old prime. Beet market
dull anu uncliaugeu: sales oi aau oris, at ftwa su mr
oonutry prime, 84 5tKin6 for country uieas, $s(allo ivi
for repackod mesa, 811 g6ll 50 for extra mess. .
Prime ineas Beef dull aud nominally aurhanged. . .
Beet Hams dull and nominally SHKfi 15 for Western,
and tll(ol2ior State. Bacou dull and oat of season.
Cut Meats Armor: sales of 110 packages at 7 o. for
Shoulders, vtlgiloc. for Hams. The Lard market la
firmer: safes of 4'al brls. at l.Vrril2?iic., aud small lots
at I24,c. Butter still dull at KKfoloc. for Uhlo and 11
($200. tor tal. Cheese steady at 7(lIU-tc. ,
New York Stock Market.
New York. June 28. Stocks strong: Illi
nois Central Bonds 91 Harlem First UortgaaW loo; ..'
Cleveland and Toledo Sinking Funds Bonds 7t)'.
Michigan Southern do. 7; new I or a L.nir.i
Krie lei; Michigan Central 4K4i; Hichigau Southern
1.1: Illinois Central ttcrlu Ualena and Chicago
62: Chicago and Hock island MX.
sals-room. rio. IN
ture at Anr-tioo. Will 1
-BV JACOB GRAFF A CO.
Eaat Fourth-atrMt. Fnrul
e sold at Auction, on FR1.
PAY MORNING, June 20, at 9 o'clock, at oar store.
No. 1H Kast Fourth-street, a quantity of UouMbold ,
je2 JACOB GRAFF A CO.'i Aactioueen)
Jun. SO, at 9 o'clock, the balance of a PaanbroaM'a
fgAI.E.-Br KKLLOUn A W1L-
L1AMS. Bale-rooms tl'A and 7.4 's-t Tlilra-
straot.-Regular Stle.-On pATURDAY MURNIKU.
June SO, at 9 o'clock, tbe balancs
stock of Clothing, W.Khes, Ac.
-ALSO- "' . ';
Pry and Fancy Goods, Boots, Hhoek, sVc'. '
At lfl o'clock A groeral variety of new and ascend-'
hand Parlor, Chamber, dining-room and -Offloa-'
Furniture. ( AM0
Two large Cooking-stoves, suitable for steamboat,
or rfovdiug-house., togsthar with a great v.rtaty uf
other Goods, Aai,
ajele A. KELLOGG, Auctioneer. ,
Fans! Fanfii I.
rtMIK LAHCIKHT VARIETY
city, aud at very low price... Jt . ,
A Great Variety of Pari Novelties.
3. LB BOITTILLIER BROW., -. :! .
j19-bwf . 30 West Fourth-sUs-at.
NO. 262 FIFTH-STREET. HEAR CENtrAL-AUENUE.
apXTHtt ' , , HHNDbUVrJ. v
ITlTK WINK VINBnAR.-Jl'HT It K
"( LIVKU. brls. supsrior Whits Wiu. Vine-
gar.,, For sale, wholesale and retail
A. Mi; DONALD A
SO and Branch Ml Well ft
20 mis Ate
; . . T AARfW A. 'OLTEB,
Jeit , a ' t U at4 l ataiAVtt, ".