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,'. " WANTS,". "FOB SAL." -FOB RENT."
"LOUT," " FOUND," "BOARDING." Ac-Ad-,
eTtiasnienti coining nrider tbes headings, sot ex.
'needing Bv. lfn.4..111 thalMAMad foe QK ranea
WANTRD-A OTHTi To rtoMnlhontework.
CU At No. 541 Plnm xtreet, uar Fifteenth.
' 1 TANTED SITUATION By a lrl, to do any
i kind of work: will do wnMhlng by tht day,
Ayply at 304 John-ili-ftM, neur Wade. jy3-h
rANTKD A competent and willing girl to do
aenerel hmiftAwnrk. Afmlv at Hi (Wrlks
Office, corner of Third and Vhie-atw. iy.Vb
WANTFO SITU ATIONBy a Protestant girl,
m conic or chambermaid; best of r-ferenoo
prlvn. Inquire at tbe cornor of Barr and Cottar
elreole, , jy3-b
ANTEI1-TW0 GOOD 01RI,H-0nf oook.
tiro iitrier w bonMtnntnj mnt underntAnd
i fhr biiittnM and cme recotntnendcd. , Apply at
178 Klm-Mroet, iiffir Fourth. jy;i-b
MrANTEI At 2 Kit Fonrth-Ftwt, 100
wiiU fr thleotiy, Covington, Newport and
' other plf'e. AUo one good carriage driver and
fiirni hmula. Jy3-b
WANTED ORPHAN QIRI.-A family In the
country w.he to trtke tn orphan girl, abnt
Mt years of ap, to raieo. ltcferpncen giri'n. Intiuirh
at rount No. AO Dounloon Houne, betwoeo 3 ami 3
'rirk to.diiy. Jya-a
WANTKI-f4lHL-rOerraan prr-forivdl In a
small faintly. Apply at W Kant. 8nvnth-Ht.,
between ilaiu swtl bcajnore, and balwen KandU
u'cloek A. M . jya-b
WANTED Gentlemen wishtng pleasant lode,
in at rooms, furnihed or antrnishfd, with
or without b ard. can be accommooSitod, by anply
lug tit Proud war. Jya-b
WANTED COLORED WOM AN-Onp from the
country preterm.. Work liKht, and waxes
grud. Apply next door below the entrance of WrM
ern Museum, enrner Sycamoreand Thlrd-sts. jy3b
liWTifllTfttYt jiote he diclm
que QUITO. Visit .TOUNSON'I Gallery.Ninth
aod Main. Bmall pictures ttn centi; larg, whole
eieoimt, richly rolorod In a gilt frame fit to adorn
the parlor, ffl. HBlHful operatora aud good work.
WANTED An experienced hand to run a
flooring machine. To such a man. of good
liablta, steady employment and good wages will bo
given. None others ueod apply.
Inquire at No.
WANTED A GIRfjlmftwtlatelr. at 1H9
Mound-stroet, botweon Eiieubeth and C'hes
nut, to cook and do general honse-work fur a era -ill
funily. None but a good cook need apply. y3-b
WANTEI"TEN CKNT8 Ma surprise fnt ex-
v v iremu wucn i saw wnm a intie gem i on
tafned fr tn cents at JOHNSON 8 Gallery. Ninth
mill Main. 8m All pictures tun centH.and every kind
of case and framo at lower prtcuH than elHowhoro.
WANTED A German or Wlsh Girl, to name
and do rharaherwork Apply to WILLIAM
rianAiti, ou ;ommoia-sr. jya-o
"mmrANTED A COOK A man cook wanted at
v tne nucRoye uining EHHioon, 174 vine-at.,
betwoen Fburth and Filth. None but a good cook
I 'laarivmun Tn uriii-ii iui' a t
f? with CittngOf on Walnut HIIU. Friro not
to exceed Smmj ; to bo paid for at from 46 to So per
monm, wnn inwrcsi. Auaross u. u. a,. vmiY trot
WANTED A GIRL Who can come well rec
ommended, so do rhnmborwork, or to watt h
and Iron. Apply at 109 " llth-st., between Vine
ana naco. jjm-vt-
W ANTED A young roan with f7A or f 100, to
take an Interest and asmst lu A pleasant
business, by which he can iuak $'0 a month ; also
ouo storo clerk, one farm band, one office clerk;
also a pnrsou as traveling ngunt for a public exhibi
tion ; good wages gh'en ialno several young men for
various employments. Persons fmea and women)
socking work can be suited by calling and giving a
short notice at the Kraploymcnt Agonry, yn Thlrd-
st., near viuo, upstairs, inira uoor, rroni room.
1VANTED-A SITUATION Bv a young man
V (Goruuin)in a coulee tionery; he understands
me onsinese. Aaarosa j. o., mis onice. jyt-
. "rANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER One that can
T take charge of a small bouse and child three
months old. None need apply only those of strict
morais; ago oeiwoen iwoniv-nveana rniriy-nve. Aa
dress fi. L., Box 14tt. Middlctown, Ohio, jyl-h
WANTED Men seeking sltnstions at clerks,
salesmen, book-koepom, bar-keepers, porters,
9 opere, mechanlcg, laborers, and others, should ap
. plv at the Morcbenta' Clerks' beg U try OrUce, No.
tjy3-b .HALE A CO.
WANTED A few more good Buslneas Agents.
bend ten cents lu stamps, by mail, to Box
1-102, Cincinnati, Ohio, and yoa will receive a cir-
tular. with full Information. A fine onenlnn for all
who are out of employment.,. No butter can bo
found. - je22-tl
WANT ED ATTENTION Important Secret
fur Married Ladies.-Mrs. BUKLKIOll, M.
t., will lecture on MONDAYS, WKONESDAYS
ana rnjuAin, si n i nioca a. n., si ner omce,
2. Consultation hours from 9 A. M. to b P. M., or
through the Fnetofflco. Mrs. Burleigh baa brought
from Europe reniodies for lemalediseasoa which give
poHiuvo auu iniiiauaiaie reiici. jeiz-am
FOR RENT Four nice Hoomi, aihiated on the
north-weflt cornar of Third and Klniists. In
quire at tlio Mat-auire. 1 -jya-d'
I FOIL R ENT-42S John-it., a Uouao contaln
. Ins tlx rortm. : front and ide yard : niwly
pitlnted. Kor purtictilarv. iniiulre of A. BEVI8,
i .ruor of Fifth and Viae, (LeavlU Bevli. Rent
630U. . , jya-b'
17IOR RENT A K08KWO0D PIAKO-of fine
1 hin. Inarurtthil iwrann TnrmN tnnilHi-.tA. A
riy co UTjfirr.n oiuivr.s,
jyl-f No. 14 East Fourth-.treet
fjOR RENT BRICK-HOUSE with eight
m. rooiue, aua m nne oraer. neui eu per anuuiu,
WJ1. . JlAllllI UU.,
1 jyl-aw ' Burnet HoiiBe Building.
FOR RENT-A tlNE OFFJOK-Ontha ground
noor. Location central. Poeaea.lou Imme
diately. If required. Boltable fof any buslneea not
requiring etoitge. Apply (o auh jii Liusn, lu
Uroadffay. . -St- : J3-t
KWR If KNT "lore with Bwelllna attached. Ma.
09 Ceutrnl Avenue, betwean Seventh and
aigbin. aho, a iXTiiTcri ior Mie.. Appiy at toe premt.
tm. unui -iu per auuuin. , .
i I i I all
f OBT-MKMORNADUM BOOK-On Bntnrday
l aj aitarnoon, supposoa on necona-st., a gray ea
lUUIIUOUVII I . lal KlIIUU 1(la m iiinjuinu IIICUI-
. orandum book. The fluder will bo rewarded for his
. i trouble My leAVlug it At T. RAUTH S Btore, NO
V- l'a-t iVarf-st. ; ' ' ' J-b !
tAT OHT-4ntba C9th or Both, a small black tuck
MJ meiaorandum-bouk, with name and nddresa of
owner upun ny-ieat. l he nuacr wty mucn oonce by
) leaving ft with either Capts. KK' .Eor 1ELANEY,
ui uuviugiun rerry uoais, or as per auarws m oook.
I as moss convenient. ..... jya-ir
UC'TION 8ALE-BY COOPKR A BTOKEo.
" iA Asmcueo's hu u ot KM luts in Andrew h. j-.rnsi i
. subdivtsiouoJ MiuingGiuden.T-WiJI be sold by order
(of tfaii Probate OtHirt. ou SAX! HI) A V AFTiilt
NOON', July 7. at 2 o'clock, ou the premises, one
hundred and thirty-eight lot of land in A. H.
limit's eubdiviuioo of Spring Garden. The lota
' lying west of Mulcreek aUuid flue views of the city
ii jv. altrvjatsil . and httalihv for nrivMta reHldunceS:
'I ka AtliMra. tu.tliidlrtaf tlLtitia on the eaut side of tho
'Millci-eok, are valuable fur mauuiacturlug and other
uusinesa parposes. ine proximtiy or tuts properiy m
, 1 ho city given it a high piesontaud proiactive value.
hiuI ailordf great fiiducemeuts to capitalists and
o tliers. It Is subdrvided into lots of various nizen,
' and will be sold free of dower, and a perfect title
wade clear of all Incumbrance.
Terms Ou-ibird ta-U, balano tu one and two
years with, iutoreat, ... . , . , .
' A tralu ofcarswfU leavo the Cincinnati, Hamilton
IIUU lUYIl'll ItailU'.Hl MJCVH, INI DllII-Ilt)l, UU
fsATi:KTiAY AFTERNOON. Julv ?. at bailout
one o'clock, and convey persons to Uio sale free of
cnarge. riox oiruo propc-riy cuu uv uutu our
further particulars jimuiie of BK1H.C. FUaTEJ
Anviguee of Andrew R. Ki nnt. . ...
i' COOl'htt i Bl'OKEB, Auctioneers.
,4 tCTION SALE BY JACOB GRAFF A CO,
. xm. to whom it may cuuoeru. i ue loiiowing arti
. It.. l.fr in ihn LuildmaT. 1 i Main-Kt . Fltwt
wood, will be aold fur cbarizfrf. at tne itore of Jacob
Craft' A Co., Auctioneers, 18 tt Fourth-st., on
I K1UAV, Auguat 3, at it o'clock, unless Kaid charges
aiopuiaonor oeiore uiai aay : uno pimiuig prase.
Several parts of foutg (ft, tyjo aud caM;s. priuUia'
i 01 10, niuieriau, so., , . ft. . kuliIOuh,
i jyir ,tlJ . JACOB QUAFF, Auctioneer.
Twn r laine Due
BY COOPER A fcTOKEB
T.ct. on KIgbtu-st.-Oa TOliBOAr AFTE
filing -nouaoa. wttu li
July 8. will be told, at s o Uick.ou the premise,
two Fraiu Dwelling house, .n tbe north sidoof
j-agum-si., Doiwwii f"" miner, loo io
Is M feet Tront bv 101 fuct deep, and Is on a loat
uutil the 7tb uf Mareh, le-iS. subject to ground
(feat or ji ao per foot, sod ran bo pttri:hnsbr at any
, .tljue tfurnig Mie iBao. i !; ni. nm.
ALO -Inm.odlKtdly altur the bale of the nbove,
Lot on tu lUiuin-uum. uuritoi ui oii-m auu uorne
Wtat., Inn jg 'M U i-t fioul on tiie tuiiih siie of Mtxtii
Li aBi,i.'lii)af souli.erif 1 ho muiiu width to runt.
( form ol eLtfc-Oou tfUih i.ob, bulunoe lu t,ne,
'two AUd liiroe yaars, wun rinu yrr cein. yiEUiuHt,
July a. at
i Tiaui. Ciiimroas lluots aud biiu. ttvo. ibosOGdoda
MTU in1 an t T I a aauu n c ui i uu vnev iiiuy tt aw u a ua vi
aad tliil K well weMby the atl.altoa ot all city
. B.uer.l Tarll of )ry and yuoy
I weir y, Bouts,
a . -n ilt Nnw and ktar.nrtd.hun
-r Uluing'rooiu aWJ0ic r urnlluro, gums, vow
A I ill O UIWl www amnm-imim t
and a vat ifty ,
nu atulu uii oduotUay.
A. KblOya, Aiwtlonetr,
IjMR 8AI,K-A RtftU Stock of Orocr,., No
1 lion, and Variety Goodr., with the good will of
ft wetl-atabllehtd bufiM. and tkrm veara leaaa on
tore. Alto, a wood Build in Lot la the must lm-
pmd part of the city. The proprietor belug com
penea w quit oiuin'Mi, win oner me lama on very
nvorAble termi. Tor further Information bnnlT at
the Rnrnnr af Thlrii anil Otennn.MtrAMta. (lAvfnatrtn.
Keotncky. A emH farm an or JS mtlea in tbe coun
try will be taken u part payment. Jy3-f
I7I0R SATiK-SALOON-Htoea-. liquors, bar-fix.
1 turee. gleaeware. comnlete. of a Hntlui u.
loon. doing a paying business. An excellent chanc
i got into ins bualueae, Apply 10 HALS A CO..
'IB Walnnt-st. JyS-b
IilOR. SALE Exprese-wecon, horse and harness
" complete In good order, w i II bo anlil low for oaah.
Apply to HALK 4 CO., I'lH Walnut street.
jHR SALE GROCERY A retail grocery, fn a
Dlpaant iiart of the cltr. doln mimA hual.
toew, will be told low, It applied for toon. Call at
47 J Wlpth-et., west of Carr. jyHtw
FOR BAXiEOROCGRT Doing a good htwl.
neet. Any person who wlahoa to engage In
the grocery bnstnfM wilt do well to bay me oat.
AddrvM 0 ROC tit V. wltb rel name. ran. of thia
ITlOTl HAIjE A very deetrabla Coon try Reel
dence on the Harlton Pike, four mlle frnin
the city i two small hauson j goof fruit and shruh
bery; good water; In a first-rate location; with
twelve acroo of Hrst-rate land, with the crop on.
The premises will be sold at a great bargain fur
cash, or traded fur city property, if application be
rnnde Immediately, at 3i4 West Beventu-st. or if)9
7Ort 8AI.E-A Drst-cuMS Saloon with Bakery
W1 and rmifHrttnnrv attanhari. nn itairth al.lat f
Fifth-streei, near Race, with store. It Is one of the
bent business standi In the city. Inquire of JOHN
WAOOOKER, No 38 West Sixth-street jyl-d
tiH)R HAIiE-Vlags, American Ensigns and
H'reamnrn. ft-nm 'Ai tn tn fut I, mm Cnr ul
No. East Front-street.
jen-l JEUtv A nil K NIQHT.
FOR SAIiE To sell or buy Mortgage Notes,
Hunt nam I'nnnr. nr Ua1 Ratata. an tn W II
PlfILLIPB,83 West Third-street. jeZ7-f
nntt ft ST. W A Rli-tr.ftv,t
T Apply atWM.WALRKH'BBrewery, north-west
corner of Smith and Columbia.
ITOR 8AIiE Steam Engine and Boiler, bow In
SV use at Nob. ft A and 101 Walnut-street, where
they can be seen at anytime. Engine Cylinder, 8
Inrbsa diameter, stroke a feet, gorernor and Judsnn
valve attached, and cast-Iron bed. Boiler Leng tbe
ft mv&tf UARRI80N A WILSON.
VOUUff man and wife wlalt
to obUin board In a private family. Best of
For particulars address H- P.,
nOAR DING Two rooms cau be had, with good
board, iu a nrivatit family, nt Nn IAt i.
TfOARDINCr-A lady and gentleman or two
m-m Kouuemen can nave a iitrnisnea oed-rwom. with
ru. Appiy ai i7u Mm-streot, near jrourth.
OAKDING For gool fare and new clean bed
M-m aiag, can ik Mtt Jjongwortb-atreet. near lm.
TlOAR DING A few sent I cm en can he arrnm
JL modnted with -board. bvannWitia ImmAdiatatv
aai lin " ... . a.a '
ATPOA R DING Summer-boarders can be accom
mm modatedat the FomiMvlvaiiia IIntil. nnltimhiav.
with single or double rooms, well ventilated : new
lurmiure; oeanny ana pleasant location, on the
Little Miami Rallrnad : thraa train, at.tn riullv A.
ii nes oi coacnos. unai ges very reasonable. Patron
;.. . - - r '
age solicited. jyle
THiU DAILY PKESS.
Kan Mail. ArrlTM 3iS0 A. af. ana4i40 P. M
cloaei at 1 A. M. and 8 P.M.
BuTiwoai, WataiHOTOM and WnaaLixo. Ar
riroa at 3i30 A. M. cloaea at 8 P. M.
Bt. Lonit AMD LourevitLl. ArrlTee at 11 A. M
and 10 P. H.; cloaea at 1 A. M. and 4 P. H.
Chioaoo AUD MoiTH-waaT. Arrlrea at 11 A. M
and 10 P. M.i cloaea at 1 A. at. and 4 P. M.
,T"A eood route for sals on thia oaDer.
Apply tne uounung-room.
Fob Salc. Two thousand old newmanem
Appiy at uounung-room.
MiTiOBiy rjsiOAt Ob8btatiohb By Heary
are, upucian, J uiy a
r a. m.
( P. M.
Above aero 76
A bore aero 90
LlTTIBB D STAINED FQS WaT Of POSTAOI,
Monday, July 2:
Rtenhen Allen. No I.V) Rrarter.etrMt. New orlMn.
Patrick Sbaw, Lexington, Bcott County, Indiana.
uon. . i. jariKQ.. JouereoDTine, inn,
E. B. Fuller, Bhuffordtfville. Sllaa.
Follx Calloghan, Buffalo, 8. Y. - -Thoe.
lueeuioor, Bryan, Mo.
Kcv. T. O. Lamo, Jefferaon, Ohio.
B. Ouran, Rome. Ohio.
C. B. Elliot, Cambrida. Cltr, Mo.
Johu Redman, Oynthiana, Ky.
Jobn Armetrong, Rome, Ohio.
Jobn Brencon, Drounon'a Landing, Kr.
Couuty Clerk, Ualiua. llarau County, 111.
Apolooy. Our subscribers residing east
of Slam-street ana north ot the Jnl. who
did not receire their papers yesterday, are
assured there will not be a repetition of the
same offence again. The carrier was taken
suddenly ill on Sunday night, and we have
secured trio services or another, who will
ae.iver tne miss regularly ana promptly.
Monthly Rkcsipts at tbi Polici Court.
The receipts at the Police Court during tbe
month of June amounted to $1,447 79, de
riven from tn following sources :
City Cm , ssi M
Bute Caes.......... ...,. l,uu M
Niw Fbdit Cam. Newman's patent air
tipht self-sealing jars, advertised in another
luiuuui, at. ueiwuiajr iu. uiueb Dliupio una
convenient that we have yet ' seen. The
Pittsburg Daily Commercial Journal, in speak
ine of it. savs: . .
The invention works to charm, giving
an air-tight seaL which can be pul on ana
This is one of the simplest, most easily com
prebended, and most universally available
inv.nlinni r 1 1 i o I, mr Vi v ir a ,..n ' '
M .,.. ' ' "
. PSOCKRDINOS or TBS CODMTT CoMMIBSlOH
irs. At the recrular diurnal session Tester
day morning, the County Commissioners
passed orders amonnting in the aggregate
to tmj ot which were paia Huston,
Carleton It Co., for labor on toe new jail;
i lot pay roil on tne same institution
4 80 to Oeoree F. Kestner for lime.
A communication was received from Dr.
Langdon, stating that the Trustees of the
Long View Lunatic Asylum had designed
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as visit
ing days durine tbe summer season. Hours
from 11 A. M. to 6 P. M. No other business
WoaK roBTHi Gbamo JuBv.-r-The follow
ing is a list of names of prisoners, and Crimea
with which tbey are charged, to be examined
before the present urana jury: wm. rranK,
foriterv: Victor List, rape: Henry Wood,
grand larceny; John W, Burcb, having in
possession counterfeit bank-notes; Albert
Warwick, malicious cutting Lawrence Vile.
malicious assault; John Leary, threatening
personal violence; Wm. Hunter, malicious
stabbing, on two charges; Jacob Bell, stab
bing with Intent to kill; James Kyle, assault
and iMttery; John Eckert. rape; Lyman Robb,
Theodore Bonfier, Kilos Bonner, also charged
with rape; Jonathan W. Carlisle, assault
with'intent to kill, and resisting officers.
THI Lau RoBBSBT OH VlNB-STBBtr-Rl
at ABKABLB LbTTKR FBOM A BtJBUL AB. In
the last issue of the Prius, we noticed a bur
glary at No. 3H1 Vine-street and the robbery
of 130 worth of plated wars, atatiiipr that tbe
owner would pay the burglar half the value
of the goods If they were teturued. He re
ceived yesterday the following note, written
in quits a neat hunt, which we recommend
to our readers as a specimen of coolness
which ws doubt not they wUL-smd quite re
freshing during the beatod term; !...'
CINCINNATI, July 2, 1860.
r waa looking over the
leming, I eaw your notice, in
will give lie ibr tbe reoovei-y of
waa etolen firm y(iiuhoue: and
daily raies tnia mem
wnica you eay yoi
B-UMX'lltll. 1.1 thi
Ui that promise 1 raturn the allverwai'.
iroume l raturn tlieallverv
Kl you to meet me to-oiMh
Hma-ati-aet. between El u.
to you. 1 ehftll exuMifc you to meat n to n lat't at
Plum, to give me the amount that you promleed:
It you are uot theru at the tiui. luentlonud, I
uuly eay that when I break llu yuur boua. aga
E . o cluoa, uu (l (uu.-.i i oa.wMn iui mttm
be wtk you
Eiohtb AinttTAL Exhibitiov or tri Gum
HtlfB VILLI DlBTBIOT SCHOOL. Tb eiffhth ATI-
nnnl exhibition of the Cam mi d grille District
School took place liutt F rid at rreninff. It
wti largely attended and pwised off in a man
ner highly creditable to both pupil and
teachers. The exercises, as wilt be seen br
the following programme, consisted mainl?
of declamations and dialognes. interiimrsed
with music, under tne direction of Misses
Hayward and Dods worth. The school Is in
err prosperous condition and promises to
be as useful in the ftiture as it has been suc
cessful in the past. , The following is the pro
gramme: - 1
penlng Address By Charles Sylbereahn.
hnriiM l.ifta Th Hrhitnl.
Dialogue A Foolish Habit-By Miss Louisa Myers
and Miss Margaret M. Williams.
ftading-T.ie Disobedient Kltten-Mltt Charlotte
Dialogue "TM to Msma's Apron Strings" Geo.
Thomson and Miss Mary C. Lakeman.
Declamation He newr told a Lie John Baatty.
Dialogue Curiosity Miss F.mma Dor man n, Mtss
Isabel Jackson and Miss Margaret Thomson.
DlalogtK-ATeir Day Miss A lies Roll, Miss Amanda
Hill, Mlrf MAry 0. Lakeman. and Miss Charlotte
DeHetisy. . . .
Chorus A Rosy Crown The School.
Dialogue-The Standing Arrny William M. Roll,
ueorge i nomson. Aien nunneweii, joun n.uuise
man, Charles Basson, Harman Yager aud John
Declamation Warren! Address at Bunker Hill
Dialogue The word "Must" Charles SytberiAhn
and llanrv Tnncor.
Declamation The Frog John Jackson;
Blaloitue Choet Htorine-Uwrse A. tllefert, Obarlea
uniranu tteujainia r . anneraon.
, Him&k khH Truth MlM KnMtllna Me.
Duet Ceu tie Llzsie Mlee Emma Anderaon and MIm
Beclamatlon The Yonng Orator John Doimellon.
reclamation Mv nemo ie "Hmlth" M Irhael Hiim.I.
Dialogue What la moet B-auttful MiM Emeliue
mrnicnaei, una. Aon . uodewnrtii. mm Kiien
i"iMiiiKr, ni ib. raiiiir iwmi.nmEMinii r.i.i'ii
Miee Kllnlwtli Mareli. Aliaa Geneva lrvlan auu
Declamation Be Kirm Tbenphllne W. Applegate,
Declamation A Patent Hermoti lleorae A. Helfprt
Dlelogue-Bewlng Mlae Elisabeth B. Onglcy and
mine Aiizaoem nunneweii.
Declamation The Mother'! Love Lewla Robinaon:
Dlaloaue Troublee of Chlklhood-atiae Alloa lUy.
ward and Mla Kmma Anderaon.
Chorue Falutly Flow The School.
Dlalnaim Iguorance and Pretension B.njamiD W,
Anilereonand Mlae Kllia J. Blefnrr.
oi'u Auniiij ivrnir.i, qimiii 01 in nt.ry nu,
Mine Annie K. Dodeworth,and Mies Anna Hay ward.
Claea DeclamationThe World The Bcliool.
Dlaloaue MIMlon of tbe Bnlrlte Bd r t of the
I lowere, BJiefl annie k. iKNiewortn ; ttptrlt or tne
Air, Miae Mary Wood: Spirit of the Water.. Mle.
Annie Hayward; Spirit of the Wooda, Mlee Letllia
Ltlnou: Hnlrlt ol tne l.lent. Dllsa Hacnal lii.tli in.
Valedictory M lea Elizabeth H. Ongley.
Choral-Old Hundred-Tho School.
AbRBSTS DtJRINO TUB PAST MoNTH.
During tbe month of June the Mayor's Po
lice made 707 arrests. Of this number
were taken to the Ninth-streetStation-house:
260 to Hammond-street; 172 to Bremen
street, and 69 to Pearl-street. The crimes
and misdemeanors, and the number of per
sons arrestea upon each, are as follows;
Aeeault and battery...... M
Drunken new .,
Aaeanlt with latent to kill
A buaing family M....M.....
uuiaiuing gooas uy laiae pretenaea.
Playing carda on Buuday...,
Faet Urlvlns :
Street begging....... ,
Digamy . H
Mahclouadeatructiou of nronortv..
Standing on atreet corner.
Carrying concealed weapon...........
Paailng counterfeit money
Selllnglfquor on Sunday ...
on warraut . .
Selling In market without licenaa..
Keeping vicloua dog.................
Mnrder....... - M
To be sent to House of Kelugc......
urneity to atllmaii ,
insulting lemalea ....
Threatening peraonal violence...
Obstructing atreet railwaya.......
Vugitiv. from inatlca
Contempt of Court.H...M.w........n.
Tampering with witnesses...........
llarboring lewd vodudm-.
Bathing In daylight
DXMOCRATIO DbLBOATBS TO THI CoLOMBOS
Convbntion. The primary meetings for
election of delegates to the Democratic Con
vention to be held at Columbus, to-morrow.
should have been held some time since,
as tne tornado occurred on tne aay tor which
they were called, they were postponed in
number of the Wards until last night.
following- is the result of the election, as
as ascertained :
First Ward, Hon. Wm.Hart; Second Ward,
v tl 1 ! T.. u 1. . V 1. Ai I n ur
Johnston; Fifth Ward, George Seitier; Sixth
Ward, Thomas Burke: Seventh Ward, George
u. xoieiman; r,igntn ward, J. in. Armstrong,
W. L. Mansom Ninth Ward, Joseph E.Eelv;
Tenth Ward, John N. Hideaway; Eleventh
Ward, Thos. M. Garaban; Thirteenth Ward,
Pierre Gorman; Fourteenth Ward, Thomas
Hoban: Fifteenth Ward, Pat Cleary; Mill-
creek Township. Dr. Wm. Mount: Colerain
Townehip, E. V Brookfield; Anderson Town-
snip, M. Debolt, a. V. Nicholson; Sycamore
ana symmes lownsnips, a. v. uiarK.
DlMONIAOAL ATTBMPT TO THROW A RAIL-
WAT Tbaih orr thb Track. The engineer
tne down train on tne Cincinnati ana unicago
Kailway, when about nve miles east ot Kicb
mond, Indiana, yesterday, discovered a stick
of wood lvine across the track, and succeeded
in stopping the train just in time to save
irom destruction, it seems mat a nsavy
piece of timber had been placed over both
rails, and fastened in such a manner that
cars must of necessity nave passed over
The train consisted of a locomotive with
baggage-car and two passenger-cars, all
which would, undoubtedly, have been
If .the obstruction had not been
covered, ana, in such an event, tne fate ot
passengers, about sixty in number, may
Attbmptio Svicidi. A German woman,
wnose name we were unaoie to ascertain,
atte runted self-destruction vesterdav after
noon by throwing herself into tbe river,
was rescued br some persons who, supposing
her a lunatic, had been watching her move
ments for some time. . She represents herself
as having just arrived in this country,
was on ber war to St. Louis, where she
pects to find a brother. She was conveyed
to the Hammond-street Station-house,
will be taken care of until her friends can
Important Abrbstb. A female named
Thompson was last night arrested
lodged in the Hammond-street Station-house
on a charge of grand larceny, it being alleged
that she stole some valuable clothing
the house of a man named bamuel Griffith
who resides on Front-street, near Main.
articles were all found in the possession of
man named Wm. Mulroy, who resides in
same vicinity, and who was arrested on
charge of receiving stolen goods. Both
parties will probably be examined this morn
ing beiore judge iowe.
Eliotion or Dibsctobb by tbi Cut Pa
sbnobb Railway Company. The City Pas
senger street Hail road Company elected
following Directors at their annual meeting,
i i i . i c. :. ct i
neiu yesieruBy euteruiwu, via: oamuu
riks, president, Li. a. iuommeaieu, u.
Woodward. J. J. Bobbins. N. Headington
Edward Flint; Seneca W. Ely, Treasurer
Secretary. A resolution complimentary
the late President, Sr. James C. Moo res,
declined re-election, wtis unanimously passed
by the meeting.
Lost and Found. Ws -noticed, a
days ago, the loss of a lady's breast-pin,
the shape of a leaf, with a buncb of grapes
in the center, in one of the cars of the Cin
cinnati Btrtwt-Railroad, and requested
finder to leave it at this ottioe, which has
been done. A lady saw a little girl pick
ud in the ear and Band it to the conductor,
wbo probably has not yet seen the advertise
ment of the loss. It is hoped that this
reach bis notice. .
Tub Watsb Lst Into thb WaiTiwiTP
Canal. The water which was out of
Whitewater Canal during the past month,
tb purpose of making repairs, will be
in again, ana toe usual ousiness recommenced
to-day. i t ... , .
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Firs-Works Rockets, wheels, grass-hoppers,
and other kinds of fire-worku, suitable
lor buruiug on tbe Fourth, can bs bad
vi A, Mvens, aaio-fWvvt WTS ftium,
H. D. Kellotror . Thomas Corwln and
others. ' Judge Hoadley delivered an opinion
in to is case noming, upon tne testimony,
that it was not agreed between him and Gov,
Oorwin that a mortgage should be executed
to secure a claim of W. Barbee against D. F.
Goodhue, the guarantor; that L. H. Drake
was entitled to a conveyance from Goodhue;
and that on the conveyance by G. Drake
would be subrogated to all G. s rights as
aeainst the property to the extent of the
money paid by him to redeem it; also, that
Baroee s mortgage was extinguished by the
final decree in the case of Holian in. Corwin
Civil Sidb. Newman vs. Ball Submitted
by Junes Collins to recover a debt oriein-
ally due from one Riddle, and which it was
alleged the defendant bad assumed to par.
ine vourc neiu toe aeienuant could De
liable for the debt of another only on one
principle that known as novation in the
civil law that is, that tbe original debt had
been extinguished, for if it still subsisted
after a new promise, the promise must be in
writing-, and lor a consideration, or it would
be void. The evidence in this case showed
that the old debt was not extinguished.
Judtrment for defendant.
Judge Carter adjourned his branch of the
Court until the 18th inst.
Criminal Sidb. A Grand Jurv was era-
panneiea Deiore Judge uoiiins. The names
of the Grand Jurors are as follows:
John Haskill. foreman: Frank Armstrong.
Chas. Lyle, Elijah W. Thompson, Jas. McCoy.
jas. inomion, valentine &eigier, wm. MU
holland, J. 8. Gano, Geo. Fox, P. Farnsworth,
Arthur Hill, W. B. Dennis, John Ward and
The Grand Jurr then retired to their room
for business. I t is supposed they will have
ouiev until session.
The Sorimr-Grove-avenue Comnanv and
the Spring-Grove-avenue Street Railroad
Company vs. Marv Ann Watson and Others.
in mis case, commenced several days ago
before Judge Hilton, a proceeding under the
law in relation to the appropriation of prop
erty for public use, the case wentto the Jurv.
a great part of the controversy was In rela
tion to the value of a bed of rhubarb plant.
The quantity of land was tbe 97-100 of an
acre, and the Jurr assessed the value of the
tana, including tne rnuDaro plant, sc., at
Ueadincton for plaintiffs: Judra Snooner
Business Men's Pbater-meetino. After
the conclusion of opening exercises, a gen
tleman arose and warmlv advocated Chris
tian union, and we are certain that nothing
could be more opportune, or important; for
never was mere a time wnen me adversary
was more intent upon the destruction of
souls than at present. The world is teeming
with infidel books and periodicals, sow ins a
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ocrcu m.i tau uu i y cuu iu uu auuiismaL nar
vest of death. Nor are the open and avowed
enemies or religion tne most to De dreaded.
The most deadly poison is disseminated bv
those publications, which, under the garb of
religion, are endeavoring to sap its very foun-
u.,v..w "1 U 1 u IUU1 UU.UlUj II 11 1
united action and fervent prayer can ever
withstand the encroachments of the de
in connection with this subject, a brother
spotto oi tnenaoitoi closing cnurcnes, during
hot weather, in order to allow a holiday to
those engaged in the ministry. He denre-
cated it as a bad practice, hnd said that Satan,
sin, and death, took no time to recuperate:
indeed they worked most busily during that
Prayers were offered ud for several persons.
one of whom was a young lady who had beeu
driven irom ner home, because sbe bad em
braced the faith, and acknowledged the divine
mission oi jesus.
School Board Proceedings Last Night.
The old School Board convened for the last
time last night. President King and nearly
all the members being present. But little
.uuBiues. was transacted, me wnoie evening
being consumed in discussing particular
cases of hardships in the examination of ap-
plicants for admittance into the Intermediate
TaT".'. l.:.Vr U""I1"1K T?,'ry
u'Ij-u:-' . " """ ,7T
consisting of Messrs. A rmstrong, Esmond and
iTU D, 'IJ! J-1 1
.ua jjuiiuiijki vjumiuiiveo uiauu a re-
ent had submitted plans for a school-house
on the Martin lot, at tbe head of Main-street.
Painful Cash or Sickness and Destitu
tion. A female, named Marr Brown, was
discovered upon tbe Wharf, yesterday after-
uuvu, 11 t sjiouii. i?ivc&iiigiAjii, uuitti senuuBiy
ill, ana burdened with a babe about two
weeks old. She came to the city, from
Marietta, on the steamer Magnolia, and upon
her arrival was without monev or friends.
When found, she was lying, with her infant
upon her bosom, on the Wharf, in the heat
of the burning sun, and was almost helpless
from sickness and exposure. Sbe was taken
to the Hammond-street Station-house, and
afterward removed to that Paradise for
unfortunate females, the Homo of the
Tub Excursion or thb Cincinnati Typo-
obaprioal Union. Persons wishing to spend
the "Fourth" pleasantly and in a rational
manner, should not fail to secure their tickets
to-day, and attend the picnic of the Typo
graphical Union. A good band of music will
be in attendance, and every thing has been
done by the managers-to make it a pleasant
Soioiob or a Cincinnati Lorettb in Mem
phis, Tennebsbb. Miss Rosina Wade, better
known of late as Mrs. Josephine Woodruff,
a fast young woman of this city, remarkable
for her beauty and recklessness, recently, as
is reported, died or laudanum at Memphis,
aged aoout twenty years.
Mass Mebtino or tub Italians. The Ital
ians of this city will bold a grand mass meet
ing next Priday evening at meioaeon Hall.
Hon. William Corrv. J udges Carter and Stallo.
Oen. William Lyttle, P. CaB'erata, James
Garibaldi and other eminent speakers will be
in attendance. .-
Thb Sheriffalty. Among the numerous
candidates spoken of for the Sheriffalty of
Hamilton County, at the ensuing election, we
notice the name ot Thomas it. Whetstone,
an old and well-known citizen.
To Enthusiastic Vounq Americans.
The Mayor has issued orders to his police
fores to arrest all re-sons who are found
using serpents or snakes, and fire-works of
tuat, gpoweg, uu tue r ourtu 01 i uty .
St. Gsorob Society. See advertisement
of the St. George Society, among special
fouoss. r -v v r T'i ,
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Topical Balloon Ascension at Saratoga
Spbinosl The Troy (N. Y.) Timet says that
LsMountain, the aeronaut, has on foot a
arolect ior establishing himself at Saratoga
during the season, and making a series of
topical aecenaiuna tnere .very nag aay.
Should these be determined upon he will lo
cate himself with his large balloon in some
Inclosed lot in a faroranie position. By
means or steam engine 01 suitaoie power,
and with a stout man ilia rope the globe will
be allowed to ascend with passengers a dis
tance of two or three thousand feet, giving
the passengers all the novelty and excitement
of a regular ascension, with none of its more
disagreeable incidents. Orros in each Week
Mr. La Mountain will make an ascension,
traveling a distance of several miles. - The
balloon will be capable of taking up five or
six persons. An oner has already been made
to inclose a lot for bim by subscription, at an
expense of two or three hundred dollars.
Jacob Barnard committed suicide by hang
ing in Schenectady, New York, a day or two
ago, wbils laboring nnder aberration of (uiiid.
National Tbiatib. This establishment
will be opened this evening for a short season, with
Master Alfred Stewart as the chief attraction. The
bill to-night consists of n. IrUk MmltmiU, jMeea
emiswee and TeaerieBv,ln all of which Master
Stewart will appear. Theprogrammalsiiuite agood
on., at the kind, and will probably attract a large
Wood's Tbeatib. A complimentary ben
efit to John Busier Is announced to take place at
Wood'a Theater next Friday evening. Mr. B., both
at an actor and manager, la exceedingly olevor, and
we earnestly hop. ha may be greeted with jntt snch
an audience aa hla merits doearve.
The Ohio opposite this port continues to I
decline, though so vary elowly aa to be hardly per.
ceptlble. The fall during the twenty-four hours
ending last evening waa only about two Inches, with
five and a half feet In the channel between here and
Louisville. At Pittsburg the water Is still on Its
downward course, and yesterday at soon then were
only forty-four Inches there.
The weather tontinnee ormreeetvelv torrid and snl.
try. veaterdav belli, the hottest dav ot the saaann.
There were some clnude end a few breeree during
the dav, but tiier were tantalizing rather than aw rot
able, ronderiug the burning aun more insufferable
whan it made its reappearance.
nnsineee oa ine. J.anntng waa anil, but Talr for
Monday and July. Freighta were scarce and firm at
tne previous reuet.
lesteraay-a iioaievuie papers aay:
The river le atlll rlalna-that la. the bottom le
coming up as mo water aetiinee.
Between tuts city ana Cincinnati tne river con-
ttnuee very low. On the Date, the Pilot of the Goody
Friends, that arrived last evening, report, four and
, nan lent.
The river continues to swell nicely at Bt. Lonis.
with nearly twenty feet to Cairo, with nine feet to
Keokuk, five feet on the lower, aud seven feet on the
The Mluourl Is still rising, and a tine stage to the
furtliermoHt sources. The Illinois is backed up and
woiien annul one nunnrea miiea irnm ina mouiD.
but exceedingly low and difficult to navigate above
that point. Tree-toa Barie almost, or altogether
impaesauie, ana coverea witn cauat Doeta. bargee,
The B. J. Adams, which left Lonttvlll. for New
Orleans on Wednesday evening. Is hard aaronnd at
rum isiaoa. jriany evening as tour o ciock me
Adams waa lying diagonally across the bar, with
her bow toward the Kentucky ehore and headud
slightly up stream. The crew were at work trying
so aei ner dow up si ream in ooer so twist ner on.
a great aoai oi ner ireignt waa taken, aauoro at
Captain John McLane, of the Kate Sarehat, arrived
at rivansvllle on Thursday, and says that that boat,
wmcn sima: in tne waoaen niver some- time ago,
...... ..a k. 1...I ITh- Kl- in .k- 1...
tli. snac. ia one hundred and twenty feet In lena-th.
and from twenty lnchoa to three feet in width. The
timbers are ao badly broken aa to make It noxt to
imnoealMeto build a hulk head In her
The Now Orleans Delta learns that the Yazoo Belle
ftho einking nf wtaich we etated the other dav) sunk
alaive her bniler deck, and ia a total lose. She was
tneurea tor ss.ouo.
The Memphis Appeal, of Saturday, says :
The Rose Doualae. from Arkansas River, the
oomnaruer, irom iioiusviiie, ana ine victoria, irom
Vicksburiz. arrived vesterdav. Tho Southerner ar
rived at a late hour, with a good freight list. The
Interchange came In from White River, aulte light.
and commenced receiving for Louisville Tho Kosa
Douglas made a "double trip" In tne Arkansas
Klvor, without wotting a sear, returning to Pine
Blnn after her arrival at Little Bock, and then nro.
ceoding again to the Rock. The Grand Turk arrived
from Pittsburg yenterday, with about .Toil tuns of
nttsourg manuiactures tor our mercuania, ana win
leave again jor niisuurg to-morrow.
magnolia, maysvuie: unto no. 2. Marietta, niun.
day Superior, Louisvillo: Forest Queen, Madison;
Allen coiner, nanawna itiver; b. r. liliiuara, flits
burg; Dunlelth, Neville: Reliance, Pittsburg.
Z)Dar!uret Sunday Mosea McClellan. Louisville:
Marmora, Louisville. Monday Superior, Louisville;
Forest 6ueen, Madison;
.'ifi.!' JS"0U 0l
magnolia, maysvuie; unto
ray, Arkansas ttivor; una-
Citt Finances. The followin
is an ex-
I bibit ot the present condition oi
' the City
I citv fund
I g"af. t."na.
... 13.61 51
Total 148, KM 68
The Bmount of tax-bills returned delin
quent is $14,200 28, of which $4,472 58
belong to tbe school f und, ana ot that sum
2,744 ou are tytbe-bills, without property.
The net amount of cash on hand in the
School Fund is $1,552 36.
Holders ot tne Marcus bmitn Donas ran
now obtain the interest due them by calling
at me omce oi tne uity treasurer.
Citt Election. The following are the
candidates for the city officers, so far as heard
from, to be tilled on the hrst Monday in Au-
Mavor. Maior John Goodlow. Democrat
and Honorable Bush Foley. Opposition; City
Marshal, Henry rtm, J. r. .McLaughlin, John
J.VT"? Jf ' ..a""i i""' ;
ru tsuttg and J. A. i-ongard, upposition.
The race will no doubt be an interesting one.
I FA UlfV PflianUBly, TVl fam.1v U W
a- aiiii a a uiovnan. a luiuuj VI sr.
1 iptt:MK:iJ aAn.!.t:nH.rki...ic k..!r.
a., utuni iU .im tu. jiupot louiouica n-
plied, and it is now believed that all are out
of danger. This is the third case of this kind
that has fallen nnder the observation of tbe
same physician, within the last six months,
Bbbckinbidob ts. Dodolas. The Breckin.
ridge men are offering to wager largely on
the approaching election. Some offer to bet
that DouglaB will not get an electoral rote:
others that he will not get ten thousand votes
in Kentucky; others that he will not get one
bundrea votes in Lexington, Sc., Sc. :
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ALS Or AlUTo I KB1IKUAI ArTIKHUOX.
Jacob Graff Co. sold the following prop-
erty In Robert Air's Subdivision, Newport,
B-y., yesterday altemoon:
Lot No. 1. corner of Saratocra and Rinrrold-
streets, 25 by 88, sold to Frank Stocks at $23
per 1001 90io.
Lot No. 2, on Saratoga-street, 25 by 88, to
H. Renke, at $16 50 per foot $412 60.
Lot No. 3. on Saratoo-a-atreet. 25 bv 88. to
m. L,auck, at ie ib per loot 4m 25.
L.ot n 0. 4, on Saratoga-street, ia oy 4, to
A. Helbecker, at $17 50 per foot $437 50.
Lot No. 5. ou Saratoga-street. 25 br 94. to
ueo. Myers, at tu per 1001 o.
L101 io. o, on oaraioga-street, zd oy t4, to
A. Hicken. at $16 75 per foot 4418 75.
Lot No. 7, on Ringold-street, 25 by 75, to
G. Saap, at $12 25 per foot $306 25.
Lot No. 8, ou Ringold-fitreet, 25 by 75, to
J. Reill, at $13 75 per foot $343 75.
LiOt !N0. v, on itingoia-street, a oy 75, to
A. Heim, at $13 25 per foot $331 25.
Lot No. 10, on Ringold-street, 25 by 75, to
H. Huntinger. at $14 75 per foot $368 25.
Lot No. 11, on Roberts-street, 25 br 94, to
A. Helbecker, at $11 50 per foot $287 50.
Lot No. 12, on Roberta-street, 25 by 94, to
Geo. M vers, at $11 per foot 4275. '
Lot No. 13, on Roberts-street, 25 by 94, to
J. Buchner, at $10 50 per foot $262 50.
Total, $4,850. Terms One-third cash,
oa lance in one ana two years.
Polici Court. James . Cartwrignt and
Thos. Green, two of the parties eny-acred in
the affray on tbe corner of Isabella and Belle-
rue-streets, on Sunday last, were fined $10
ana coats, uy Mayor uawsuns, yesterday.
1 ne remainder 01 me parties will oe exanv
The Great Eastern and the Great Western-
A Deserved Compliment to Nicholas
, A correspondent Evening
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While our citizens are exciting themselves
to lever heat over foreis-a celebritiea. Derhans
a little attention bestowed upon home pro-
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auctions tuigut ue uuia wise ana weu teas
not weamerv 1- . . . v ., 1
While the C7ral Eastern mar attract crowds.
N. Longworth, the great Western cultivator
or grapes, ana me millionaire wine-maker,
who is on a visit here now. should surelv
corns into remembrance, and receive some of
the honors due to one who has, in the culU-
vation 01 tiie grape, occupied our w estern
lands, and employed hundreds sf families,
besides inciting and eneouraging thousands
of others to embark lu the sume profitable
ousiness. Lei the Japanese depart laden
with presents aud attentions, but let not
Nicholas Longworth leavs the Atlantic shore
for his Western home without. an honor from
the horticulturists. Hs Is a remarkable man,
and has dons mors to enrich and benefit man.
kind thsa the Great pattern will ever be able
to accomplish, even jrtyh. the Japan Treaty
Enlightened, instructive, social conversa
tion triumphs over deformity, aud even
makes .glioses Itself araeaU.,
Extraordinary Love Affair in Indiana-A
Marriage Contracted and Ruptured for
Marriage Contracted and Ruptured for Money-Singular Denouement to a Financially
Tbs Indianapolis Smtiiul ot lata data re
lates this remarkable story: '
A young, orettr and merrr girl, a rear or
so ago, when just budding iuto womanhood,
captivated with her cherry lips and winsome
wars a young gentleman of reputed wealth
and great respectability. The parties both
stood A No. 1 on the register of our Hoosier
almanacs, and their flirtation or courtship, as
it was termea, according to tbe eves through
which it was riewed, was one of the standing
topics In their circle. It was a courtship
honest and sincere on one side, and a flirta
tation on the other. Tbe young lady de
lighted in the attentions of her darlinir ad-
mirer. and no moonlight walk was too long.
or no utt-a-uu was voo close, out love nun
she could not. He drooped and pined, while
the roses blushed on her cheeks, and her voice
rung out the same clear, merry laugh that
bad distinguisned it oeiore sue got a oeau.
She frequently told him she could not love
bim, ana would not ne his, cat that nis so
ciety was agreeable to ber.
How often be was rejected rumor sars not.
but one evening, just before the water was
let out of the canal, she gave him another
positive retusul, and be lclt tbe nouse, rowing
that he would not live. He was watched
followed to tbe canal, when he plunged from
the bank, in a place, unfortunately, where
the water was two feet deep, and the slime in
tbe bottom four. He was drawn out
"damp, uncomfortable body," and a dirty
one. too. The vounff lad v cried aa she wonld
a year before bad ber doll been broken was
sorry that Augustus had spoiled his coat, it
fitted mm so nicely, ana sbe was sure Uapt.
Prosser could not cut another like ik
At this stage of the affair, the father of the
ladr. a prudent business man. interfered.
The suitor of his daughter was rich a quality
he liked. He needed money in his business
and must have it. To be brief, it was ar
ranged that Augustus should marry his
adored Eveline, or rather Eveline ehould
marry mm, and for the possession or tbe
treasure he was to put four thousand dollars
to the old man s business-house. A draft
was (riven for two thousand dollars, the first
instalment of the purchase-money the knot
was tied, and the nappy couple started on a
1 bey were gone nine days nine days, the
groom says, of unalloyed pleasure. As soon
as they arrived at home the old man de
manded a droit tor tbe balance of tbe moner:
but secure, as he thought, in the love of his
charming roung wife, peremntorilr refused.
That night the wife returned to the home of
ner tathur, and there remains, refusing to see
her lord of nine days. Another compromise
wasenected. Augustus was paid vsiiu, and the
Taceless scamp having had tbe romance of
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LA ID IUTO null, UU, UWnOW bUBkV UUU 11111111.11.
and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three and
one-inird cents per night is cheap enough
ior oeing temporarily married to an entiroly
beautiful and perfectly delicious woman.
Sentimental Transaction. Mistaken Ideas of the American Desert-
Its Richness and Future Agricultural Importance.
The New Orleans Picagune, of late date,
has the following :
The opinion has lately obtained considera
ble currency that a very large tract of coun
try west of organized States, and extending
southward to Mexico, can never be occupied
by permanent residents. The name of the
American Desert has come to be regarded as
applied to that Territory, because like the
Sahara, in Africa it affords sustenance
neither to man nor beast, but is a waste,
where the productive forces of nature are in
sufficient to sustain animated life.
This idea is without foundation. Ws have
on this Continent no Desert ia the sense in
which the word is applied to the barren re
gions of the Old World.
Tbe region of country extending eastward
from the base of the Rocky Mountains, is
destined m tne mturs to oecome me great
stocK-growing dependence oi tne continent.
Beiore civilized men nad penetrated Its wuas.
these vast plains were covered with immense
herds of wild animals. They were the fruit
ful hunting grounds Of the aborigines of the
country. Tne countless multitude of buffalo.
deer, and kindred animals, found no want of
ea suVcieding vear.
auuaisieucQ even tuuugu tut'y mcraweu witu
We he no ;ea3ori to doabtthat tbe herds-
men of b. future oar will cover these nominal
de,ert p,airig with gtock that in numbers will
Mceed the untamed herds which have roamed
I Ttia S nnenena aatf nnnn lniinss l.a.
I Ufol tUOIU. ill. lUVlcaBrj ui UUUUitllilUU IU U.
t t a u:jji j w.... "c-:a ;it iai
rorcrraVs ng forth.r The
s-atAmericau desert sfem. to have been
nesignea oy nature ior our ruture nerusmen.
No where is an entire absence of grass to be
found. Absolute barrenness exists only in
isolated spots, while scattered over the entire
area are spots of fertility and beauty, almost
I wnnoui a parauei.
The further we progress southward on this
belt of land the smaller the area that is not
well adapted to the ordinary purposes of the
agriculturist. The difference between the
arable lands along the line of 41 and 32 ia
Wben the PaciSc Railroad shall have
crossed this region, and the science of atrri
culture brings its resources to bear upon this
I ; -AnKiai- . MBn l. ..AH.u:n.j
I iokiwm, -ivii a uwuu. vnu ua vuw.muucu
I that a large portion of what is now regarded
as a worthless barren will prove to be pos-
I eeuaeu ui tuo uiguesii pruuuctive energy.
I Late investigations of the constituents of the
soil of this region, and the means for awaken-
I lug icrtiiiiv euicu OAiBia, u.tv .uissipateu
I many of the theories which for years have
I been adopted as true, and been a serious ob-
stacle to the construction of a national high.
way trom ue Atlantic to toe racinc, across
, Via Mnlln.nl 1
V U V LU,,..1I1,,V,
Painful Burmese Tragedy.
The Burmese have a peculiar delicacr of
leenng, or dread 01 "sname, to use our
translation of their expression, and at the
same time disregard of life. At the time I
was magistrate of the town of Moulmein, a
respectable elderly woman ons morning
drove up to my house in a back carriage, and.
rusuing up stairs, witnoui being announced,
with most incoherent expressions and wild
gestures, declared herself to be the murderess
of her daughter, and implored me to come
and sare her. "Help! helpl for her only
child!" In ber excited state I could elicit no
particulars of what had happened; so, catch.
intr un mr hat. I trot into a corriao-e with her.
and calling to an attendant policeman to
jump up behind, we drove off at full speed to
her house.. On arriving there, she led the
war in haste up the steps, through tbe ver
andah and center-room, ana witn an o;
toncal shudder, pusaea open tne door oi
bed-room and pointed in. I entered; and in
the dull light, the window shutters being
closed, I saw a lifeless form hanging to the
low rooi, suspended or ine neck witn a little
French silk handkerchief, the feet touching
the ground: with a quietsmile on what were
still pretty features. It was the corpse of
ber daughter, quits warm ana nexinis, out
lifeless. . .
I instantly raised her in my arms, so as to
loosen the handkerchief) and, calling to my
I l"1- '1 1 11C IIWIIUIIUIV.1111.1, BUW, V...fJ -M J
I atMndants to undo tbs knot, laid ner on the
I bed, and dispatched the policeman In the
carriage for the civil surgeon, who speedily
arrived, but too late to restore animation.
An inquiry on the spot elicited the following
circumstances: She was a high-spirited,
somewhat wilful girl Of eighteen, and there
had been for some time past a lore affair be
tween her and a young Barman, who had
proposed to her. Her parents, who had given
I " unwilling and tardy consent, continued to
put dimcuities in me way ot toeir union; nut
er lover had visited her niivatulv the pre
vious evening, and In an evil moment bad
been admitted into the house. The mother
of the girl having found this out, sharply
upbraided her, and even struck ber In the
presence of their neighbors.,; The girl made
no reply, but retired at once to her room,
washed and dressed herself In clean clothes,
neatly fastened ap her long hair, powdered
her face and neck (a usual custom when the
maidens of Burmah dress for a holiday); and
in her little room, so lately the scene of the
first and last sacred interchange of rows, shs
comioiUed suicide with a little silk neck
baudkercbief, that looked us if it would
hardly serve to kill a tjj-Gftm .Vryy,,
Monetary and Commercial.
Financial affairs bavs the same complexion
now that thee had at the cloee of last week, and th.
remarks fn our last kanse wenld apply alm,t exactly
th. eoadltlon of the market yesterday.
Currency waa mora Inaulreri fur than ia ".nal an
Monday, In consequence of tbe near aperni aa 'f tho
4th, the payments of which ninst be msda .o lay, as
ue national reetivai is arways a aanaer e n,n alay.
The offerings of Paper at the Discount, and the
Checkings at the Banking house, were not large, or
eo.ua! to th. nans of accommodation or payment.
GoikI names went, aa before, at artlo per cent., with
trifle lees disposition to take outside Paper.
J. a. tern Exchange ruled steady at ,ftio paroent.
buying the latter rat. paid only on New York and
H premium sailing rata.
Gold waa aulet .ne Ne Orleans Ixcbaofe etag.
In Time-bills and tjnenrrent Money vary little waa
aomg at previous quotations.
Flour waa In small local de
Flour waa In small local demand yesterday, with
very dull market, and except in
way, rates were nominal
kv waa dull and declined lac. ner gallon.
For mess Pork $18 75 waa offured, but holders
Arm at Sia.
Bacon waa held stiffly at 8 Va'
Shoulders and lie. for Sides, but we heard
srd or no
transactions beyond a rumored sale of Pki hhds. at
Sand lie. Bulk Sides wer. inquired for at Inc., but
holdera asked lac. advance on that price. Parked
Blde-sii.iino pines, w-re dlspoeeo or at in 15-lnoc.
Lard of th. inteotlna aort uo brla. ohangea hand,
Groceries were In limited request and prices on.
changed. Wheat, Bye and Barley were dull; Com
nrm, ear Doing ic. nigl
nigherl Date steady aad price.
The Imports and I porta of various article, during
th. twenty-four honra ending yesterday nooa arm;
Imports Apple., 94 brls.; Barley, SftO bushels; Bnt
ter, ill packages; Corn, 13a bufihele; Chaise, S4A
boxes; Cottee, 365 bags; Flour, a"l brla ; Hay, 45
bales; Hogs, 341 head; Lard, barrels, kegs 3; Mo
laaeee, 1 bi t.; Malt, 1.72 bushels; Oats, 7I bti.hels:
Pork and Bacon, 5 hhds., tlercee. 111 barrels. 3
boxee, lbs.; Potatoes, 31 bushel Sngar, 39 hhds.;
Salt, 134 brla.; Wheat, 1M bush.; Whisky, 1,10 brls.
frparte Apples, barrels; Barley, 311 bushels;
Butter, 13 packages; Candles, 154 boxee; Com, SS
bush.; Cheese, 16u boxes; Cottee, llio bags; Flour, 1,
821 brls.; Hogs. 31 head: Lard, 50 brls.; Molasee, 153
brls.; OaU, buahelsj Pork and Bacon, IM hhds., .
350 tierces, 35 brls.; Potatoes, 97 bnsb.; Sugar, 137
hhds.; Bait, 70 brla.; Wheat, 133 busbale; whisky.
Th. following ia a comparative statement of th.
Imports of toreign Dry Goods at New Tork for th.
paat week and since January 1 :
For (as .sol. 1939. 1960.
Entered at the port...tl.nui 7M 13,111,4.13 3,I34,3;3
Thrown on Market... 1,053,504 3,938,941 1,948,257
Since Jan. 1.
Entered at the port . .172,570,319 J5,9e4,t93 S50,8U,474
Thrown on Market... 3t,031,41 56,860,lMS 80,488,134
Saturday's New York 7Y met observes, concerning
The market for Money to-day is somewhat firmer
for the lenders, especially at Bank. The ralea on
temporary loan, partly In consequence of the prepa
rations necessary for the July dividends to be paid
out on Monday next, are, in some instances, ad
vanced to 6 percent., while ontside lenders are still
accepting 5 per ceut. Discounts aa quoted yesterday,
6 par cent on very short prime acceptapces, 5Hta.7
per cent, for first -class lists of Paper for 90 days to S
The foreign Exchangee close for Saturday's malls
at steady rates for Banker s bills, while there is a
better offering of Merchant's hills. The former on
London, lotV(o)1094; the latter range lo9(alli9j4 per
cent. The Soecie engagement, for the Citv of WaMk.
taion, for Liverpool, aro 530,olio. The Iuae4s, for
Havre, uoea not eau until toe aitarnoon, auu ner list
Is not yet mado up. The probability ia it will loach
about f 1,300,000.
in tne rnuadeipnia Money market rates of Paper
rule at 5Xsie per ceut. for really nrst-claae bills, and
at from 7 to V per cent, for Paper leas favorably
There Is no change to report In the Baltimore mar
ket. Canital Is still nlentv on t.m .tr..t anil rir.1.
class Paper can be readily placed at 87 per cent.
MONDAY EVENING, July 2.
- n a - .....
and the market la very dull, and, except in the small
way, nricee ar. nomlual; superfine to extra, old
S round, can be bought at 14 50 to $4 75: the salee were
1 brla. extra white Wheat at $5 SO; 50 brls. extra at
RW: 150 brU. at SS25: aad 300 brls. superfine at4 7S.
WHISKY A dull market, and price. Me. lower:
aalee of 700 brls. at lTJdc. including that from wagon.
PK0VI8I0NS Mees Pork Is held firmly atll9;
Sis 75 waa offered and refused fora lairbraud. Bacon
Is held at s?s&9c. tor Shoulders and He. for Bldee,
uu. wo uearu 01 no sales, oeyonu a rumor mat 20U
hhds. had been taken on speculation atu&llc. Bulk
Sidea are wanted at 10c., but holders ak liXc;
Shoulders andSidee together cuuld have been bought
at e auu toest eu,ouu pounas Dines sola at siuia,
pauaeu. av ami. ut uai Ol
brla. (at Lard was mad. at
GK0CEBIBS The demand le limited and nrieaa
unchanged: small sales of Sugar at eMSHc.t of
Molasses at 44(2450., aud of C-.ffee at 14K(ju44c.
euLAl-lM market continue, auu, and pn
without cbauge; we Quote prime Bed at 81 121411 15,
and primo White at f I 2"fS)l 33: sales 150 bushel, new
ilte at 11 tS)l 33: sales 150 bushel, new
1: Soil do. nrlina Ked at Si 15: l.Aoo bush.
w ii it. at .1 so; aim uo.
els choice Kentucky Whin sold at 11 30, dailtered at
CORN The demand foTMr la active and le.hl.hai-:
waiiuote It at 43c.; shelled is la fair demand at 464.
ttio. ior niiii.i sair. uuaiiei. a a lie aiieiieu at VC..
but this whs consldetvd below the market; 40U bushela
choice white at 63c.; Sou do. mixed at 4tfc.
OATS Th. receipts are llsht, and tbe demand
good; pricca advanced to 4oc., In bulk: ealus 1.2U0
Dusneis, in ouik, at auo.; oeu ao.. rrom store, at st'Hc.
a x a. 'i ne market remains auu ana uncnanged;
we quota It at 75&77C.: salsa of 150 bushels at 75c.
BARLEY There Is but little doing and prices are
to a great extent nominal at tec. ior prime tall.
HAx There is an improved demand lor new. and
great extent nominal at a5c. for prime loll.
It advanced to SltidllS ner tun Cor mime, ia bales:
old is dull at lis for prime.
Lastos-ini supply i. natter ana tne marxet
dull, but without any change In pricea; wa guoto
iriuie rr eeteru xteeerve at iac: sates ox iw ooxea at
BUTTEB Jhe market for Central Ohio la dull at
10120.' for prime to choice yellow, and e&9c. for
Inferior: Western Beaerve la In fair demand at Item
15c., ana but little coming In.
New York Market.
New York. July 2 P. M. Cotton We
notice a trifle mora doing: ealee of 800 bales, at HXc.
for Middling Uplands.
i-lour a trine lower on common ana medium
Erades, with moderate business doing for export and
ome consumption; salee of 14,000 brie, at So Sf;5 30
for sunernue State: ts 4o(&i5 55 for extra do.: S5 2SAO
5 80 foreupertlne Weeteru; 15 4IH&.5 60 for oommou
to meaium extra western, and 85 7545 bo for ship
ping brands extra round-hoop Ohio, closing rather
4nit nu uouiere uisposeu to meat tne vtewe ox
buyers; lncludrd In ealee are 7,400 brls for export, at
Erlcea within the rang.. Canadian Flonrcontinuee
eavy: aalea of 6U0 brls. at 15 45s7 50 for oommon to
choice extra. Rye Flour quiet and steady : email
aalea at 13 aotSM 30 for cotnnioa- to choice superllne.
Corn-meal without ohange to notice: Bales of 000 brls.
at 13 THp.i 75 for BraucTywine.
Whisky without ohange to aottc: aalea of 80S brls.
Wheat without striking change; receipts pretty
large, and holdera generally disposed to meet view
of shippers; sales io.uuo bueheie Milwaukle Club at
11 30g;l 32, delivered, at buth prices; le.ooo bushels
amber Milwaukle at 11 33; 6,000 bushels choice white
Indiana at tl 50; 2a, 000 bushels Chicago spring at
?1 27j,l 28; 12,600 bushels whit. Michigan at 11 tsW
47; 3,000 bushels red Weeteru at tl 3Uigil 41; 4,700
bushels talr white Cauada at 91 44, and 1,000 bushela
new crop white Virginia at tl 78. By. quiet at noi,
82o. Barley dull at 6O((t,70v,. aa In quality. Com
heavy and lower aalea 3ti.om bushela at 3Si84tc.
for good and sound mixed Western; 630. for white;
68c. for yellow Northern. Date mora active at 37(t6
40c. for Western and Cauada, 4W&41 for State.
Wool exhibits increased activity: ealee 100,000
pounds new-clip domestic Fleece at 4o4eo.
Pork dull and heavy: aalea of 440 brls. at $18 87 for
new mees, lis 12 for old do. , 13 87 for new prime, and
112 50 for old. The stock of Pork, In packing yards.
in New York and Brooklyn, July I, 71,553 brls.; at
MOID UMIV MtBb 1U1IU1U, ID.IU, ISaif 1IUW l.St yOBT,
90,017 brls. Beef dull and unchauged: aalea of 250
brla. at S4(d4 35 for country prime, 14 601015 for do.
mes, tei10 50 for repacked meas, 111 2.vi,12 50 for
extra mess. Tbe etock of Beef in the Brooklyn and
New York packing yards, July I, waa 35,924 p'kagee;
same date last month, 43,466; earn, time last year,
33,358. Prime meae Boef dull and nominal; Beef
items very dull: sales of 60 brls. Western ou private
teriua. Cut meata quiet: Bales of 118 pkga. st sc. for
Shoulders, aad 9440. for Llama. Bacon dull and nom
inal. Lard firm: aalea of 3ou brie, at 124i12Jc.
Butter la selliug at 10nSl5c. for Ohio, and 10aiSc.
for Btata. Cheese steady at 7(jil0)c. for Interior to
prima. .. . ..
New York Stock Market.
July 2e- souri
Sixes, 81: Tennessee, J; Virginia, 91H; Ex.
int., arte rourtn atortgage xfunus, iu uo. scemm, vz;
ao. tiiira, ss; iiuuots t.utr.i s
Bonds. 91)4; Mich
B 'Uthem, second, MH; Michigan Oentrai Lighu,
9744; Harlem first Bond..w; Pacific Mall, 89; Saw
York Central, SIM; Brle,l64(; eecond, 3u; Harlem,
12le: UicliUau Central,
Igan Livntrai, ao. uiwnutau otmmern
1. 30; Panama, 124; Galena aud Chicago. S3:
unicago sit. nin-a mum, n"i, i,,t.o, vurniigioa
and (tuinuy. 734; Delaware and Wee tern, 94; Shares,
Chicago and Kock Island, TlHj Chicago, Burlington
sells at 5 ML r
Wheat dull and unchanged. Cora steady at e&oa
Ho. for whit, and yellow.
Provisions firm: mees Pork 119. Baooa Mo. ' ' '
Wblakydull: Ohio 21tc. . ,1
New York Bank Statement.
New York, July 2. Increase in Loans,'
tl,321,eS8: decrease la Speela, SeaAI7l; deoreea iu'
Circulation, 1159,53; lncrooee lu Deposits, ttte,sa.
COrRT OF COMMON PI.EA8, HAMM
TON County, Ohio. -Kllsaboth Llillor row
Bokert M. Littler, bald Robert M. Littler, of tne
city of Daveuport, County of Scott, ana Slat.,
or Iowa, will take notice that Kliaabeth Llillor ,
did, v. the 61 h day of May, lixXl, file her pe
tition in the oiftc of th. Clerk of th. Court of
Couiinan Pleas, within and tor the eatd County of
Hamilton and State of Ohio, chare-lug the suKl
booert M. Littler with wilful ebeelioe and gross
neglect of duty for three yeai. and bbum. and tvikuuv
that she may be divorced from the said Uobert hi.
Littler, and reetorat to ber maiden name, which pe
tition will be tit kaarti.s at the nxt torui ot sold
Court. KlUAUKl A Lll tLfclt, ,
her Attoraaya, Jomaaa a Woxumikutun.
ay 23, leu).
JATA COFFEB.-JU8T KRCKITP-B. 4 'A
pookeai extra lu. old Jams CvUe, tui aaV.
wholesale and retail, by 1
A. tloDONALD A CO..
lr Bel and Bneocb 4t W.t ...urih-M
nlt'B AND HK OWN BONNET BOA it DA.
IUI sisnm just rtKi,M,l i,,t l,,r mU, lit-
alio.N. iinnin ii a u in ilia.
17 u,l it VSeudia.ti,