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f'WANIg," "FOR BALM,"" "FOR BIST."
"LOST." "FOUNDi" "BOARTJINO." Aa-I-Ad-i(,
werllMmeottMhut nailer t)trc lt4ite tote
! needing te jn4, trill be hieerJe I twHoa tier 5 eenle
WAflTSD-A good German. English or Amer.
Irnn hi rvent, In do KLiK-riil hoiisowork In a
" fanatlr-tAgpit it! yrfirlAu. jy7-d
WANTKD-OTRI.S-Two goM alrln unn for
Ren-rai htmeewnrfc and wa.htna1, tne other to
act as nutec girl. Apply at 3H 1'enlrnl-aV. JV7 s
WANTED-A OIKL-To take care of a child
and asitiet in the houeework. (lall At the
north-west corner of sottrlb and Sycamore, third
llooi , BiNjin 1, j jy7-h
, WANTRD-OlHUi-ro work on pants-two
,'! baem ami three to linl.li-to whom the
lilflliost eeri null eleaily employment will be given.
Apply at !il9 , etlcbmoiid-et., Iietwoeu Lion nd
ibtyuilllur.. - , ' .t I; Jy7-h
MTANTKD-TEH CKSTH Y din catla mo In
quo qiiufcre. Tb 1'lctnree at Jtlll NAilN'B
l.nller). Ninth and Main, arc of the vbit beet tyle
lu the art, and at astonishingly low prieee. Small
t . .olie ten cent.. Very huge m Si. . '
" "V'-!,,T,l,,A ,mrt careful boy, whs can
. , v . write, a gotd, baud. i ,
M , -. Jl 1.... - TAVt'Ht A BABRKTT, I
' I Corner uf Walnut and l',ront-el.f
7ANTED-r.inr emart, anergeUa men, Willi
, . , Hood bueieoee capei-Hy, t'l wlim good w-ges
Fan Fouilli-.t ,
Yf-TANTtn-A young nan with Sta, toaaslst In
. vv a pleteviut biisuieae. Alao sv,Tul-yonng nien
for various kind" of business. Pereona can obtain
employment by Hiving notice at the Agency, 79
, I hud-nt , nesr Miic, up stills, third ttory. Jy7-b
WANTED A mantn wurit in a garden or field
and take care of horsoH i i
TAVI.lill A BARTiBTi",
i j lyl-o i Corner of Walnut and Front-Ma.
WANTFfI 8ITUATI0S A onn married
aentliiiucu, , of sovurai yoafe expcrleuco In
ti-nrhtnrf grridid achoolH iu Southern (fhio, it do
, rirouaof ob'iilnlim a good eltuation,,. Artdre K, K.
M core of Prona Odlce. , , , jy7-
TATl.D- inber aud liidimlrlone German
boy, to go aljuut tbroe mllee into the country.
One able md willing to tuko .care of boreee and a
row, bo-ld.e diilne otoer giiral work, may tllul a
plec by inuuirioK at 1X3 fixth-t., between 12k
nodal;., - . j 7-l" I (JIIAUi 'WOODWARD.
WANT Kit TEN CKNTB-81 lo temne etalt
auei bun que je I'al vn autrouHe, 1 would
have all uiy family taken lu largo framee at JOIIN
bj3' Oallery, Ninth and Main. 1 Thvy are bt-auti
lul and rout bnt $1. .Hniail omH-tcn ophte.
WANTED A Urt.rati- Hnnrain HncMne, with
tuur or ix cuttern i-ejieo a email 8teatn-en-sine
of about two-horw power, and a boiler (vortical
rrolerrvil of four or i horno power. Any pereon
lmvlug all, or part, to tttee of. elthur new or "fr
ond hMiul, limy uiblreee Hux l0'2. 1. O,, etating
J " fPiif a, turnip and y hero Hk 1 qiitbo i r JyT-e
ANTlSn-'A OIRL 'Pt ib-fTCarril houee.
w"ra. ipftnire at ti aroimway. i jyti-D .
rW"AfT1"-A't-'(,ryII,'-Who " fnilllar with
tlio imiploynii tit. Aprly to W. .1. M. QUI
10N A MHO., ror. tlglith niid Weetcrn row, jyii-b
WANTED-TWO MOW 01RIi9-To do gen-
lul huuMWork. -jpi ly ImmaiUaU'ly at 4 JO
l'lum.et. . . i ' . jy6-b
WANTED A woman to cooki ulae a kitclien
Kill. Apply at Utt Filth-st., botwccn Ulaln
and Syfamoce. . ' t v . -jy-b
WANTKD-At the Waliiut-et. Houee, one
lionei'. two bnndle-Waehera and two porter!.
Nuue need apply uuli-Ktf tliiy can duiewell rocnui
meudeu. ,li)6-r.l DA VIS A MAKrlH,
llTASTmi-A 0 1 lit, -To go about eighty
Tf mileeiu Koutitckv. to cook and do ffeui.rul
liousowork. wanbing oxcepted.- Wagea $2 per week.
Apply at BO VVeet youith-et. i . Jy b
WANTED By a prompt paylrigtenant, a email
liotue, coutaining flvo or elx roome, located
in tho wanlern part of the city. Addreae CAD-
WEL L, Lock Box itS. : iyft-b
. "VCTANTED A. fnrnlehed eleoplng-room in a
T ceutta! part of the city. Kent not to exceed
$4 por nwnlb, gaa lucludod. Relerencee given and
leuoirod. Addreeeijock Box 4!7t Cincinnati, Ohio,
immediately, j. . iyft-b
to inke general eupcrrlefon of a bueluoes
areedy celaijlUltcd, that will pay from &I.000 to
tyfn) a year profit. For Airtluir narticulara addreei
b 0., Po.tofficc Box l,4(ll.. r, , . , jy6-b
i V-ANTED-UARPENTIRI-A. few (rood ear
M waters con Uiul employment by applying at
the Mothotltet Church ou Xaylor-et., in Newport,
WANTED Men Meklng ellaatlone ae clerke,
ealemen, book-koepore, bar-keepere, porlera,
opere, mechanic, labuiere, and olhera, ehould a
air at (he Hercliaiita1 Mtirke' Bogiatry Ollloa, No.
' 1H Waliint-etioot. I .iy6 by JIALB A CO.
VANTED A ysunu tnat'wlsbea to obtain
boarding 'In a email family, where be can
maaa himeell at homo. Good reference given, if
inquired. Adrtredt O. W.( Pre Oihce. jytr-b
WANTED-1,000 MEN To lull new and
epleudid CAMPAK1N MAPS and BOUKtT
Also t" circulate, by euoscrfptiou, eevural popular
i wubwriptioa booke. For lull tiartlcuUre. call upon
or addreaa MAOK. R. BABNI1K, Book and Map
huiibuci , on nii fmnii-ni,, ud Hllin. JJO-I'
:VANT0-Ali tiDtelllfMntiiUMcldle-aeed wo.
W mall to act ae liuueekonper for a family living
within half a mile of the oity A prudent and In.
duatrluuH peivou can hve good wugua and a pernia
. pent altiiatiun. Apply to JOHN YY. ULAKK, Hi
, Veet IUlid-t. , i jy-tr
WANTED Part tee wiahiag to dbipoee of Little
Mi-mi or C'olumbue aud X.enia Railroad
btucki cu eeoureth blghaat .market price by In
trusting the aaie of them t tua.care oftha under
eigned. Commiefinn reaHOnehle. Addreee
Jy6-h W.O. M BAKEB, Xenla, Ohio.
WANTED A de.lrabl STORE, on Tonrth
etrent, between JUain and Viue. Rent not to
. exceed 2,00" por yaar. Addrtaa P. 0. Box 1,519,
,' . ' 'i i, . . Uyt-cj ' . '
;Hr!(TEl- norsK-Oo Walnut Hille, of
WW not leee than five roomi. Addreee, giving lo
cation, lyut. c.Xock Box No. P, O. Jy4-b'
"TANTEp-A CEltMAN GIRlTo do the
work ofa email faifclly on Walnut Uille. An-
I'oeiuic trrees Cliiloe, 8 1 i- ' .'J jy-U
'yANTED SITUATION By young married
ww German, without children; underetaude farm
ing. working lu a vluayard, aud attonoiiijf to horeee
.and cow-. Ibnuicec ntvon. - AAdruw V. K.. at this
WANTED -TO VUBC!IAaE- tmall Lot.
with Cuttafia. m Walnut HH1. Frire nut
. tu xcttd IteOO i to b iwfd fur at from f2S to f per
iHontlk, with interval. . Aadrw L B, 8., Pred
,.omc. t :f ' Jya-tf
WANTED-A HOUHKK BKPBR On that oau
tiiku cbargooi a Binall liou and obild three
liiuuthi old, ISoa neod apply unljf how of atrlut
MiotttLs, age between twitity -five aim thirty-flve. Ad
ilrcwi H. K., Boa 146, MlddUtowu, Uhli. jyl-h
II7ANTKB-A fvw mure good Bwtlavm Agent ,
bend tun couU lu (vinpri, by luail, to Boi
J Ciuctnnutl. Ohio, and vou will receive a oil.
J.lO'Ja CiuctnimU, Ohio, and you
M illar, with full information. A fine oDuulatf fur all
who am out of emDluvinant. . heater uaii ha
fon Ud . ' ' , ' jua-tf
W A NTKD-ATTKNTION -Important Recrt
tor Murrled Ladi.-Mm. UlflCLKIGU. M.
!., will lecliue on MONDAYS, WEDNEtJDAYS
tiud KKIDAVH, at U 'clook A.M., at hor office,
lurtb-ttaHt corner of Hare aud Sixth-ul., Room Mo.
if. Omimltation bonrs from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.,or
ihroush ttttt Poktufllct). M. Burltjlffh haM brouabt
from KuroiMj iibmutlieH for iiialvditHMUHM whiob k1v
,?otiltlT Mudlnimediiito n-lief. jeli-ain
FOR HKNT-Witb board In a central locality,
two or three haudeomo, uufurniHhed rocom, jo
private family, where a few boarders aro taktm.
lti'fcreucee exchanged. Addreee B. B., Tretie Olllce.
wt.ii . iyr-p-i
FOB ItENT-A (lue-Jonjd Piano. Inquire at
I. MTbl liWAE) S Cheap iuiulibiug Htore,
aOOWeat tirth-tt. ' jy7-b
FOR RENT A Brick Dwelling, or nine roome,
with gel and water, coruer of Krauklln and
Broadway. Kent 8:iuO. Alao a Brick Dwelling on
ta.t Liberty 14H of leven roaeue. Kent 8450.
Apply to J. P. UUMB1.K, Nluth and Broadway.
FOR HJENT-RESIBtNCE-aO Perry-it., be
tweeu Plum and Centrbav. aud Fourth and
Kifth: also, third and founh floore or III Wont
Kourln-etreet. euitable lor aalea-roome "Apply to
UALPU Mi CHACKKN, at tht latter place. JvT-d
I7H)R BENT-WITH STEAM POW EB-AH or
f partofthe building aouth-iaet corner of Plum
and Pearl, with or without yard-room, ehort or long
term. Adapted to manitlaclQriug light machinery
or ugrluul ural implement!. Apply to THOM AS S.
SMITH, on the premiere. ' jy7-f
iOR HKNT-A U08KWOOU PIANO-of Hue
tone, to a careful aereou. Terme moderate. An-
jyl-f ' ' ' No. 11 Bat fourth-etreet.
IJOR RENT-BBI()K-HOI18-wlth eight
. rouuia, aud lu Hue order. Bent $:un per anuum.
- - BUAKKITA OO.,
)l-aw Burnet lloute Buibllug.
AijtJTION S ALE BY CO0PKB A
AMiftnee'e Sale of 13e lote lu Andrew n. Kruat'e
frubilivleiouiif Spring Garden. nil! be eold by older
i I the Probate C"uri, on BATIIBDAK AFTHll
OuN, July 7, at a a'ulock, -tm the premleee, one
liuudied and tliiay-eigtit loto of laud in A. li.
I'rnet's eubdlviniou of bprlng Uardou. The lote
lying weel of Mlllcreek ailord line vieve of the city,
ere elevated and healthy fur private reeldenoee.
'Ihii other, including tboee An the eaet Ride of ihe
Milloruek, ara valuabk ror manufacturing and other
hiiuiui'H porpoeoe. Tho proximity of thta property to
t lie oitv givee it a high preeent aud proapeetlvo value,
and aflorde great inducements to cavliu.uet aud
oil. ere. It bl eubdlvideit into low of varluua eliee,
aud wlllba eold Ire of dower, and a perlect tale
madeolearof all incumbranoee.
jum-Uue-ihlrd oaeltj balance In one and two
Aialn'oarew'il Uav the Cincinnati, Hamilton
Md lyton kallrievl Dekt, on Blxth-itroet, on
HATUIIDAV Ar'XKIINiiliS, July 7, at half-poet
,,iie o'cluck. oa ajeoiui to tho aala free ol
charge. I'leU.of Ihe rul ceil be hnd at our
aiMtion-rmilue, No. U Kael oitrlh-trri;t. lor
tutllier partioulare llniiiiie of SUlli C. USTLH,
Aieiauoe oi'Audrew U. Krimt.
R WAMa-CALOIlIC KlfOINE-A imall ea
rn lHo enfflno, nw and In prtrt onl?r, of about
one-man power, suitabla for pumping pnrpoei or
running light marbtnoiy. Inquire at 14 Wr4
yonrth-et. jyft-y j
R. HI f.R alA rm ot T.ATirl. MVMitMn nl1.
tn by turnpike ons-balf in tie from Mtaniville
Htation Wonld make adoslrabl" ronntry renldenre.
Hlx acrne fllwred. laquite of BON H&NDCkS.
near the ylaee. ; . jy7 g
U HAtK-A nw Bar Coai4erM sine top.
i m.ti cut, n pi'iy m HMiARy, jy.'r-D"
fOR SALE GROCERY Meat and ProTblon
more, eimjK ai.a nxrunn, ieane and good will,
In good lofntln, doing a payitiff biminogt. Will be
Ki si a i
oli at a bargain. Apply to IIALK A CO., VtH
FOR SAIaE A Rotall Stock of Orocerlni, No.
tiona and Variety tioodf, with tho good wilt ot
ft wel.etabHhcd buin. and Ave ynrt Iraae on
tor. Alo, a d Building Lot In the mot im
proved part of the city. Tlie proprietor being com
pelted to quit WusinoM, will oftVr the mdib on Tery
nvorable tertnH. Fur further information apply at
the corner of Third and Ort-ennp-itrpute. Covington.
Kentucky. A email (arm id or S mllee in the conn
try will be taken ae part payment , jy3-f
FOR fiA LK JK(tC BRT A retail grocery. In a
pleatiint part of tho city, doing a gootl buel
'). will be sold low, it applied for aoon. Call at
4 Hi Nlnth-et., went of Carr. jyj-aw
FOR 8A.IjE Steam Engine and Boiler, now In
ueat No.ft and 101 Walnut-street, where
thriy can be nen at anytime. Kngloe Oylfndor, 8
(ncbee diameter etroku 3 feet gnvertmr aud Judeon
ralro attrhfd, and caet'lroD bed. Boiler Leugth,
12 feet, dianietrt 38 inches,
llARRISOTl A WtLSOM.
R0ARDING Two or throe day-boardere can
be accommodated with board at 341 West
n OAR DING-Two ot tbrea elngle gentlemen
run be accommodated with board and lodging
at iilH Filth-et., above John. , )y7-d
BOARDING Famlllee or elngle rentlemen can
procure boarding aud very pleaeant roomi by
Immediately applying at S17 J,ongworth-et., be
tween Viue and Hace. jy7-b
PKRHONAI.-If Mr. 8. DUI.WBBKK ie in the
city, he will hear of aomethiug to hie advan
tage by leaving hlH addreee, or eiatlng where an in
terview can be had, by calling on OKO. W. OUB
L10ll,at Fire Dcpartmeut Uulce, Bacegnd Loog
worth. ' Jy7-a
PEKRONAIi-Wanted. information of JOHN
WITH EUS, late of Ingereoll, Canada Went
When last hcunl from he wrte In Cincinnati. Tf he
will amid hit aildr.ee to the Oincintiatl Puetolllce bo
will hear of hie ehnr, Mm. 0. MUM., who ie
very auxioue to hear from hltn. jyb-o
fcT HATE DHOU-Oum to the pretuiwe a etray
3 hog. Tho owner can have her by proving prop
erty and aaytng expeiieee, by calling et 393 Kacv
st. It nut called lor soon, will bo eold to pay the
Coat. . - . . - jy7-c
A to Mre. SENSNKK, butwrun Wuliint-et eny
aud Btrt-et. The Hnder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving it at this ulttcc, or with It. M. BTuCK
TON. jy8-b ,
THiS DAILY "PRESS
Fob Sali. Two thousand old newspapere.
Apply at Counting-room. ,
A BPtiiKDiD Campaign Chart in uow ready
At 38 West Fourth-street. Soe advertisement
in Want column.
Letters Ditainieo fob Wani of Postaqi,
Friday, July 6 : r .
D E. Blahop A Co., Wilmington,' Delaware.
Bov. J. 8. Kemper, Dayton, Ohio.
Pocket Picked. A man named Francis
Frazer had his pocket picked yesterday even
ing, on the corner of Fourth and Viue-strcetj.
of a wallet containing $20 in bank bills, and
$15 in gold coin.
"' f i
'MrrionoLoaiCAL Observations By Henry
ware, Optician, July u
' A bove re re- 70
Above aero- 8ft
Above aero 76
.7 A. M...-.
Woman Committed to Jail fob Grand
Labcssv. A woman named Sarah Johnson
was arraigned before Judge Lowe yesterday
morning, upon a charge of grand larceny,
having stolen a quantity of wearing apparel
from Urn. Griffith, aud committed to jail in
default of bail in tho sum of $1,000, to await
a trial before the next term of the Court of
Common Pleas. . r
Bubolabv w Linn-stkbkt. The residence
oft man named Joseph Barker, located on
Linn-street, near Clark, was feloniously en
tered night betore last and robbed of twenty
seven dollars In jnoney and some jewelry,
amounting to a similar sum. The burglars
seemed to be experts at their business, for
they ransacked the-house so noiselessly as to
leave the inmates at leep when they took their
I. O. 0. F. Installation or Orrioias.
At a meeting of Washington Encampment
No. 9, 1. 0. 0. F., held evening before last, the
following officers for the ensuing term were
installed, by Distriot Deputy Grand Patriarch
John Moorwood: 0P, L'. A. Harris; H. P,
John W. Parker; S. W, Alfred Joute; Scribe,
David Baker Treasurer, George A. Stinger,
Junior Warden, Samuel Wright, v-
Great Sali or Lots in A. H. Ernst's Sub
division or Spring) Garden. This afternoon
Cooper k StokeB, auctioneers, sell one
hundred and thirty-eight large and beautiful
lots of land, in A. H. Ernst subdivision ol
Spring Garden, just west of Millcreek. A
train of cars leave the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton Railroad Depot, Sixth-street, this
afternoon, at half-post one o clock, and convey
persons to the sale free of charge,
' REfLECTIOKS ON THE FoUBTH. A patriotic
spirit is the best reliance for the nation; and
speaking of that reminds us that none of our
institutions are more active fountains of
patriotism than our Cincinnati hotels. The
was tliat they honor Independence Day is
calculated to make the hearts of their guests
swell with generous and patriotic emotions
or at least their stomachs, which is all the
same, as by the accient and sacred writers it
will be seen that the digestive organs were
regarded as the seat of the sentiments.
Our neighbor of the GaietU thinks that
the preservation of the country depends on
marriages; bat he must admit that generous
living will bring about marriages. One of
the modern poets whose name we have for-
gotten, as he is not held to be strictly ortho
ox declared that the alleutions are much
influenced by Bacchus and Ceres, and ol
course the affections are the only true foun
dation for marriage. Therefore he will agree
with us we know he will that so long as
the nation's birth day is honored as it was at
the Burnet House, the country will be safe.
Other hotels did likewise, but man's capacity
Board or City Improvmmhhth. At the
regular semi-weekly session of the Board of
City Improvements yesterday morning, Mr.
Gilbert, City Civil Engineer, submitted plat
and ordinance to establish the grade of Poplar-street,
from Freeman-street to Western
avenue. ? The City Civil Engineer was instructed to
report an ordinance to establish the grade ol
Dayton-street, from Freeman to Western
avenue. ' Thirty days further time wus allowed to H.
B. Smith to complete .contract for paving
An eiteiiBavn of sixty days further time
was granted to J. W. Corderman Jc Co. to
complete contract to build five culverts under
Brown-street. . , , ,
The Commissioner of the Northern District
was authorized to have the gutter-plates at
the Intersection of Liun aud Betts-streeta
taken up and repaired.
Also, to have a crossing laid down at the
intersection of Milton and Sycamore-streets,
at acostof $35. .-
i The Commissioner of the Western District
was authorized ,)q h,ve the gutter-plain at
the Intersections ot Vine ana Front-streets,
and Smith and Front taken up, add the street
repaved, at an expense of about $100 each
Meeting of Italian Sympathizers.
The Mclorieon Wiuj moJemtely filled las
nifrht rith sympathizers with Garibaldi and
his associates nowengnyed in liberating their
touutrv fiom the lyrmiiy of the liwt remain
ing djoaatr of t'io once powerful (Iimne of
Bourbon. Kearlv cvoiv Kurunean nutlnn.
judging from the physiognomy of thve
f i resent, was repreeonteu. and a deep in tin est
n the cause of Italian freedom was mani
fested. : . . .. .
The meeting was presided over by Wm. W,
Foadick, who made a few remarks cxplnun
tory of the object of the meeting.
. Hoo. Wm, M. Corry, the orator of tho
eveningwas then introduced to the audience.
He reviewed the history of Sicily, and the
cruelties of Its Bourbon rulers, who were fi1
only to be classed with the Tiheriaes and
Neros of the Roman Empire. He pro
nounced Garibaldi the greatest man of the
age, and Just the one to bring to a successful
termination the struggle he bad so gloriously
begun. He (Garibaldi! badearlv left his own
country in disgust, because it had become a
prey oi tyrants, and emigrated to South
America, where be espoused the cause of the
Argentine people against the tyrant Rosa
and his minion, Admiral Brown.
When the Revolutions of 1848 first broke
out, he returned to Italy, and with nndisci-
C" ?ed recruits maintained Rome against her
icgers for a longer time than any other of
her commanders during her career of a thou
sand years; and when all hopo waa lost, he,
with a little band of devotc-d followers, cut
his war through the Nenpolitnn army, anil
made his escape with his devoted wife, whom
he afterward buried with bis own hands.
When he came to America he avoided the
concour.se of people who nwnitcd his land
ing, by rowing in a skiff to the shorn. He
refused all assistance thnt was proffered him.
and engaged as a day laborer in a candle
factory, thereby exhthitinz a genuine great
ness which it would be well for the unfortu
nate to imitate.
Mr. August Willich, editor of the Reuli
Meaner, delivered a short speech in his native
tongue, In which he avowed his hostility to
Napoleon, but expressed unltoundndavmpntliv
with the Italian.. Although the Oeruutis
had been regarded ns the oppressors of Italy,
yet, in the struggle for liberty, tho two peop'lo
would alwar be fonnd aide by side.
Mr. James Garibaldi, an Italian resident
of this city, read an ftifdrcss in English, and
was followed by Mr. Catl'crctti, who spoke in
Tho speakers were frequently Interrupted
by the most vehement applause, and the fol
lowing rei!iitimn were po-ed without n
dissenting voice: , , . . . , ,
Bnolcol, That thle polllionl merlin of the I rati -lab
of t.iiicilili4li and th'-lr friende of all c mntrie.
hail the rieii K ill Sicily, ltd by tho immortal (Inn
bnbll, with ttiM.it d 'luht, n a revolution beetio in
tho rlvlil. ay aid atllie rlahl pirn., wherein d
icenilitute Iroin unriont itomitiie conlioiit the Ib'Ur.
bon'a iiitiiviiiiiti-iu lor IVinnloiit null inilejenidvncii.
tmlrd. 'J'hetwouro nil i(ipoldioi,n. In liivoroi
noli-Kuvei iiln-nViiid in on opinion ev. rv Ire' tvople
mtut do ih-ir o n vuimx aod their own tifchtiiu;,
and tiiibit Ittiroeidnteiioupli lo n- rt tho uniiere.il
right to oflioe, an Wi-Jt a univerv.il euffrneje, eloirl
term- oreervic, hii'I c mtiileio ollioiai re.p melbllitv
JoTote!, 'i'hiil we ooiieider the Confederation ol
tho United Utetueol Ante! lea, tlie beet .orm or boy
ernnieiit lor a reat people. By that .yetem the
thlny-tiiniu ronl'iiieralee imve reaervj.1 thoir eover
elK'Hy end tlm exclusive management ,,t oomeetic
atlnire. bin iltbuiited to the l iderul Oorernni'-iit
limit- .foreign policy and ueneml uiatteri which
avoid', the centralism ili.it h.i-i destroyed FrenoO
liheny, ami the jHiilotl.iee of tiio luid lie atfeei thai
mined the Italian liuinilili,
JtcioUed. Thai tinnbaldi in a Itnmnn. euperlur lo
.im iH3(uu)eoi me couiinonweiiitu 01 Home; lor ne
bee, In ta'o hntnl4phet-H, and n oppioite none-, and
upon both eoine:it-, ior tvveoty.ll .e yeare, ehorte. cd
lire clineiu eiii.d lo fulAro no bouiniari'ie; nor to
help ihe no-called Kreai, but to riuniu Homo, with
th" m.oieeH at hie luck, lo vindicate tiie eternal riKht.
of man. Mioeeee le euro to crown hie valor, aud we
trnac in (lod uh i itpere- lili life, tbnt uiieu till, lull
uariiover, no Monarch, nor Mjuinter, oor Medifl
tor will cbuat hint out ol' hie victory lor iho hutuoh
Jinolrat, That the civile of Italy and her Chief will
Bonn heroine lb.' roniiiioiicau-eol Kilroim. Tho time
h.in arrived lor our own gratittrleto France for de
ciiline; ilio Auierican Kevolution, to bo espreeve'l b
the 1 (deriti (Aiviiruinent in firououncing for demo
cr.itio iuitititlion, on ell occaijous, and so ittnd
r toy to m.iinlain that declaratioii.
tiuolcrtt, That the tiicilinliH have been hitherto
trii-i to ihe noblest dntieeot mn; but, have waet-d
thejr blood and trearaire nu K.ival MUftrruntec and
li -inoely prouiivM aiiioe Ifcl-', v.h;cb h ive all turnetJ
tottuheH, KIubhoI Natdee. French and Knelhh Mia
intoi. aud AUiulr.iU, alter drawing Sicilian OonHti
tutiuuit in carnatfo, lieve unry worn decent mourning
at the luuerel. bet the organized poople of 8icil)
put their houee in order, by crtuth ng Loth media
tion and oppoeition, aud then march with taanhaldi
to omaaoipate every foot ot tho piuluula, and of tlir
fieiolrrd, That in thle final battle of the veorU
agalintt the King, wo will faruieh umterial aid until
a standard, as resplendent ae the etare aud etripee.
dls laces every Royal ensign In Kurope and America.
Httolvti. That we requoet all wftj unite with us in
the sympathy aud admiration which tve have ex.
pressed lor Italy aud Uuribaidl, to hold their meet
lugs, and tave similar resolutions.
itesoaved, That these rceolutions be printed in the
city papers, and that a copy be eeut to Uarlbaldl by
the omcerit of this meeting, with the request that
they may be read at lb head of his troops.
SHiairr's Sales or Rial Estate. At the
regular weekly sole of real estate held by the
Sheriff day before yesterday, in the rotunda
of the Court-bouse, the following piece oi
property were disposed of:
Lot on the east Bide of Broadway, 77 feet
south of Fifth, 27 feet front by 90 deep, valued
at $8,500; sold to Nancy Bates for'5, G77.
Lot on Pierson-8treet, north of Fifth, 20
feeUront by 60 deep, valued at $25, and sold
to Michael Costello for $20 per front foot
Lot No. 22 on the plat of Fairmonnt, valued
at $3, and sold to T. H. Eaton tor $2 per front
foot, . i
Lots Nos. 31, 32, 33 and 34, on Mount Har
rison, each valued at $50, and sold to the same
for $33 34. 1 : .
Lot No. I, in section 13, Columbia Town
ship, valued at $6,750; sold to Joseph K. Riggs
Lot No. 2, In the same section, valued at
$3,750; sold to thesume for $1,500.
Not No. 3, in the same fortiori, valued at
$250; sold to the same for $107 07.
Trotting Match at the Paiiic. A trotting
match will take place to-day, over the Cin
cinnati Trotting Park, betwAcn Col. Daniels s
g. m. "Kate Benham" and Joliu Ohssidy s b.
g. "Tom Thumb," for $1,0.00, mile heau, best
three in fife, to harnriw. There -is already
considerable excitement iu snorting circles iu
regard to the race, mid a largo amount ot
moner has been staked ou the rei-u.l. Both
the nags are in excellent order and are tnud to
be fast, so tnat an exroiiciii tune may oe an
ticipated without I'cur of disapiiuiiitiiietit.
After the trot there will be a quarter rote
wnico will anil materially lo tlie nuiiiseiuciil
of the afternoon. Cnrs will leave the Cincin
nati, Hamilton uud Dayton Railway Depot at
2:23 for tho track, uud leturu at i:M P. M.
P. 8. Since" tne iihnvo wai wtitteu wp
have learned that the race h:ubt-cii postponed
until next Tuesday, tliu late rains having
made the track so ttcuty as to ruuder it
almost unlit lor tL-e. , .
Recjvbbv or a Set or Suroical Iksthc
mentu. Utiiccr Chuiuley ychtt'iday evening
arrested n man named Thuinas Robinson,
having in his pohsesuiou a complete, set ot
surgical iiictrttnients, which are supposed to
have iieen stolen. Itobiiuou wus committed
to. the Hauiuioiul-.-trcet Stiitiiin-lnnne, to
await an examination bctoro Jndjju i.owe,
which will probably tke place this nioriiliij.'.
Anv t arson li ivtnu lo-t u net of intruiiieuts
of tins kiud, will liud them at Ihe Police
I PnOCEEOINRS or THB LOt;.TY CoMMlnsiOM-
Ens. At the reul ur diuruul sensmn Venter
(luy morning, the County Cnmtniiisioiiers
baited orders amounting to $210 43; of which
$0 were paid to II. B. itotison for rcpaniug
.i. . ,i n:.i ejtoo IK ... G'n-..i...nt.
tlie ll.trriauu uritlr, ricj IW w rieaet'tin
Strong, in lull, lor bridge at ('arlhage, and
$13 70 to O. R Dixon for coffee for the V ork-
housc. Nu othorjjuaineje of iioporutuce was
' Giiaxd Larceny. A wonliui nurncd Laura
Henderson was arresicil ycsteiuay morning,
by Olncers Jones anil GrOK'aii, and ooraioitted
Ui the llammoud-strcet ntntiou-lioiisR, ujion
suftiicion of bavins stolen a eilk mantilla,
mnio gloves and how, the whole valued at
tiny iiuiiars, irom Jire. sauutuiu, at no, in
Kaet I'uurth-ti rcet.
Hah Daowmu. Duy before yesterday a
deck hand on tho t'urttt Quern, unmed Mich
ael , fell from the e learner at Gheut,
Kentucky, and was drowned, lfo leaves, it
U said, a wife and two children In this city.
I Bot Drowhed. A lad about eleven years
of age named Sylvester White, whuee pai
enle reside on Front-street, a short diamin e
above the Little Miami Railway Depot, was
drowned while bathingday betore yesterday
In the river, near the Wawr-worki.
Thk Railroad IxjtTNrTtnx Pno'i!Knio.
Isone Wtt avid ethers . Tho Pen deioo and
Fifth-street lUrket-Mmoe Streot-Citilroad
Company, and Graselli and oihurt so, the
Same. The points (as st fled in last report)
re nca upun ny tno petitioners to oliiain an
iiijunc'ioii n ninit the defendants, restrain
ing llieiu Iricn couKtructing a double tmck
ou Coiigrees-street, end a eiru e track on
ti.ist r roiit-jtrcot, were niTucd by Mr. r ox
for petitioners, and by JutTin M t'tthews ou
the other side, tho former claiming that de
fondants were not entitled to be rccariled uh
a eorponttion under the Genera; Ksonnd
Actot lrt51 and that the City Counoil li it. I
no right to corner ou them the grunt to use
tho street lot laying their truck. Ho tcok
this position both in relation to the lint In and
double tracks, but especially as to the l itter,
ana 'Urged tlie liitlil ol property-holders to
compensation. The positions were all con
troverted by Judge Matthews. Ills argu
ment has no; closed.
. Plras before Jcdoi Collins. Lawrence
Vile, indicted for u3Hultuud batttrv. entered
a plea of guilty, and wus sentenced tn the
dungeon for ten days and to a fine of $50.
ratricK r linn, petty larceny, sentenced to
the chain-gang for two months.
Aaron iiittikin, indicted for robbery, gavo
in a plea of assault and battery, aud received
sentenco of thirty day3 on the chaiti-gnng.
UtlKTSKCED TO TUB PlKlTKNTI AI1T. I'llO
following persons were sentenced, in Uio
afternoon, by Judge Million:
Peter Glenn, pica of guilty of manslaugh
ter, the homicide of his wife, was sentenced
to ten years in the Penitentiary.
Jitmts McDonnell, stabbing the Superin
tendent of the House of Rul'nge with intent
to kill, five years.'
Johti O'llrien, convicted of stealing $63,
Goo. Bcnner, grand lnrceny, two years.
J. Martin, biirglnry, three years.
Andrew Branuau, assault with intent to
kill Peter Findlay. Tito Court overruled a
motion for a new trial, and sentenced the
prisoner for the term of threo years. The
Judge slated that this was the shortest term
provided hint by the law, but ha thought the
punishment severer than the facta of the
case called lor, nnd he should interest him
self to have the term shortened. .
Juuiu Woivcrion, maliciously shooting a
cow, was sentenced to three months impris
onment in the County Jail.
Tbial sob an Aiwaclt. Samuel Walker,
late policeman, tried for an assault on Bait.
Smith, was acquitted. The affair occurred
ou the evening ot an indignation meeting,
held hi consequence of the turring of the
house of a rcspuctublo citizen.
A SLANnEiir.it Ckwiiided by a Virago.
A short time ago a man named Noah applied
to Isiuus Jacobs for the sum of $5), statins;,
iu order to obtain the mouey, that if it wi
nut given to him he would circulate some re
ports In regard to the character of a certain
t'emitle relation of the person to whom be
made the application, which would not be
ivbolly octiehcial. Jacobs reluscd to comply
with the request, whereupon Noah proceeded
IUJIU1 lUB.billvah 111 VAUCUUOll. 1
It was not long betore tiie stories reached
the ear of the woman whose fair fame he had
sullied, and her sister determined to be re
venged. She accordingly purchased a cow
hide, and meetiug Nouh, evoning betore last,
on Central-avenue, near Ninth-street, she
proceeded at ones to the accomplishment o:
tier purpose. Without a word of explanatioti
or excuse, she applied the whip to bif
-houldcrs and luce with a heavy band, anii
gave such evidence of her ability in this way
is to leave little doubt in the minds of iht
bystanders, if any had ever existed, in regard
to the truth of Cbngreve's famous couplet: i
"Hesven hath norngoliko lovo to hatred turned,
. Nor iloil a fury like a wuniaa sooinod."
When her rage had spent itself, and bei
arm become tired with the vigorous manuei
a which she had used her weupon, tome ol
her male friends took the mntter into theii
own bands, and administered another chae.
tisemeut upon the unfonuuatc Noah, which
can not be clearly stated in any vory elegant
phrase, and which bad the effect of confining
(he alleged slanderer to his bed. All this
tvns fur more agreeable to tho bystanders and
the assailants than to Noah, and he caused
the arrest of the party of males. Yesterday
morning Isaac Jacob), Moses Samuels and
Samuel Levi were before the Police Court,
and held to bail to await an examination, to
take place next Wednesday morning. The
modern renme.iiica, we oeiieve, escaped
arrest: but she doubtless taught the name
sake of the ark-builder to make no further
war upon women. .
Hotel Luxuries Colonel Goffroy, of the
Gibson House, has just received thtee large
green sea-tunles, from the Guii of Mexico,
which he inteuds to serve up at dinner to
morrow in a variety of forms to suit the moat
tastiaious painted, iney weigu turee Hun
dred and sixty pounds, and may be seen in
tne yard ot toe uoiei. uoi. U., as a catcrei
to the public taste, bos few, if any, superiors.
and his enterprise, which is great us his ircu-
erosity, is meeting with a uia-niiicent re-
Rodsery or a High Judicial Fcsctionart.
Judge utall, of the Uwcti Couuty Circuit
Court, was robbed of a poekot-bouk contain
ing $15n, while in Lcxington,a few days
Arrest o" a UndctipcIi Sos. A younp
man named William Williams, aoout twenty -
ono years of age, was yesterday arrested by
Officer Francis, lor ubueiug his father auo
mother. He has beeu lor some time post a
proldsional vagrant, nua Huh served one oi
two terms in the City Prison on that charge.
UtaoN Ratipication Mksii.no. The friends
of Bell and Everett held a ratification meet
iug at the City Hall night before lost, is
ivuicn connaeiaoie eutluiaiam was mani
fested. Addresses were delivered by Col. J
V. Finnrll nnd Mr. Menzies. A club with
permanent odicers was organized.
Disoiiacefvu Affray THnxK Cikoi
xatiaxu AuRKblEU. Three Cincinnati row
dies, in a very inebriated condition, visiied
lliiguity ycdieidav'aiHl after making sundry
iiielleclual ellorts to create a dieliirbauue,
amiroacheil tlie youngest son ot Ur. UoK anil
cuuimeuced abusing him, and one, named
.Mitrdoii, attempted to strike him, wheh a
vuunif" man, named Auuusliue Coleuiau,
atlemiited todeleud him, aud received a blow
.1 1 i .i. i .1.1 ... -I
ou tlie teit ivuipie trotu n oricaoat turuwn uy
one of the party, which felled him iueluutly
to tlie around. Tho wound, tuouuli serious.
will uok prove tlunurorous. 1'be whole party
was arreslea atni.ioaKeu injuii. tucy win
oe tried uctore uayor r uiey u-uay .
RoBiiBKY. The house of Captain Turner,
who resides ou Taylor-street, wag entered by
some unknown tliiuf, day betore yesterday,
and robbed of a goid chain, some gold dust,
six dollura iu mouey, and sjveral articles ol
' Wholesale Desertion or I'kited States
Troops We lcaru that ten soldiers deserted
from thr garrUon iu this oity, night before
loot, soot ulicr receiving their monthly dues.
If the remainder could follow, the country
would ue rtu oi a ueuio o ouruen.
Prisijextial Canpidates. To those of
our readers residing east cf Monmouth-street,
who desire to assist the needy end encourage
the persevering, we would say, purchase oue
or those pictures or tliu rresiaentiai, candi
dates to-day Irom our carrier. P, ice, single
copies, twenty-live ceuM.
Hi'max Skeleton ExIicmep. The skeleton
of Mrs. Warnock, buried in 181H, was
exhumed by soma wurkuien engagad iu
grading Ringnld-street, yesterday. At the
uuieot net iuterineut, the place wus occupied
og a buryiug-grouud; but it has since beeu
included iu tiie street. Her remain were
identitiuj by meaiia of aouie riUayii,ioa which
her neiue wus engraved. , .- u t ,i ....
Tho rapidly-growing imaliiy formerly
known tig West Albany, N. V ie now (ailed
Awful Flood in Australia—Whole Districts
Devastated—Terrible Loss of Life and
The New York 7Vt'6wipnbllshei a private
tetteP from niawarra District, New South
W ales, dated March 31st, I860, In which the
following account of a terrible flood which
recently occurred in that vicinity it given:
We have recently had tropical torrents of
rain, that were fearful. But In February, the
Hood-gates of Heaven teemed to be open, and
all the fountain-beads of the rivers to have
burst their bonds to overflow ns. Theee dis
tricts hav. been devastated bv one nf the
most fearful floods ever known In Australia.
Lileand property have been eaerificed to an
extent truly appalling. The damage done
can not be estimated. Whole families, with
very living tningon tnoir nomesteaas, crops
tud all. were sweotinto theseaofthe reaistleaa
ilood, and no oue left to tell what they have
At Bell's Creek Diggings the claim! have'
til been filled. The noor miners were
whirled away clear over a fall of a thousand
feet deep, at the bottom of which the remains
of many were found. No one at the dio-cinirs
escaped to toll how suddenly the waters came
uown upon tnem, or ol the gold that was
lost. One HtHe girl waa found alive in the
region of Bell's Creek, who had lost her
father, mother, five brothers and listers, and
home. . All that she possessed and loved in
me worm were swept away, in one night
this poor unfortunato was dashed down to
poverty and orphanage. The face of the
country is so changed, that she can not point
out the place where their house stood.
near tne source or the Shoal Haven River,
at one point, the water was seen to come
rushing down upon the plains, like a vast
pyramid. The river rone in a few hours one
hundred feet. The upland flats were like
:rreat lakes. On and on swept the avalanche
of waters in its desolating path. An im
mense belt of richly cultivated lands, smiling
with plenty, has been left, like a ruined des
ert, filled or covered with sand and rocks.
Houses, gardens, crops, cattle, horses, fenceB,
trees, toil, men, women, and children, were
swept over precipices, down through valleys,
and on into the surging tea, aud thrown
back upon the coast Tn indescribable con
liisioq. For many miles the shore was cov
ered with, the awful wreck. Boats were
rowed and steamed over where a town had
stood, In endeavoring to aave some of the
drowning people, who had gone np to the
top of the highest buildines. In this wav
some were rescued just before their bouses
were swept away, some ot these boats now
stand high and dry In the midst of where the
town once stood. The Shoal Haven River
bed has been filled up. The waters have
found another channol.
An island at the mouth of the Shoal Haven
was inhabited by about ninety families,
probably nearly four hundred persons. The
people, seeing the waters rising np suddenly
all around them, fled to the highest hills.
Soon all they had was none, and the waters
kept creeping np after them. The people
were wonderfully preserved. A vessel at
sea saw them, and tailed to their relief.
I'hey were saved just before the island was
A great many individual cases of thrilling
interest are related, many a poor mother
sacrificed ber life in wild efforts to save ber
noor children. One young man, in bis ef
forts to save hit mother, twam with her
through the flood, and carried ber across an
overflowed field. He ttruggled hard to reach
a place of safety; he succeeded, and laid hu
treasure hit feeble mother down, but only
(o see her die. Tea minutes after he hod
m-ought her to a safe place she closed ber
eyes in death. A haystack floated down in
iiK'h', with men hanging to it Tbey were,
indeed, drowning men catching at straws.
Huge trees, with drowning families hanging
to the branches, twept on before ut. It
would fill a volume to record the details ol
suffering which have desolated this wrecked
district. The destruction has been most
; " i
FSIQHTFUL OoctJBMgCt IK SpA.IV A Dl-
Limocs Patient Kills Four Men and
severely Wocnds Sixteek. At Cadii.ou the
Uh instant, a frightful affair occurred. One
jf the Moorish prisoners, who, having been
,11, was placed in the hospital, where he was
exceedingly well treated, got up in the night,
,vhen seized with delirium, and, arming hlm
solf with a knife, attacked the natienti rio-ht
nut left, killing some and wounding others.
Che patients whom be did not reach ran out
ot doors screaming ror help, and the Moot
rushed after them and stabbed several.
r-UJaeta body, of watchmen, armed with
.htti lanoesr same up. bnt the Moor atahhed
: hree of them, and the others were to terri
fied at the appearance: be presentedbit
nanutana oiotnes Being stained with blood,
i ud hit eyet flashing fire that they took to
flight. Shortly after, however, a picket ot
soldiers arrived, and, at the man would noi
surrender. tenreant fired and he fell dead.
Hearing of the affair, the local authorities
hurried to the hospital, anil -there they
learned that four men bad been killed, and
(including the watchmen,) sixteen wounded,
nuu several oi vuenj mortally.
The Ancient Romans. Mrs. H. B. Stowe
writes thut: : '" - ' ''
The Romans were utilitarians material
ists much like the Anglo-Saxons, and yet
they were poets. It is the anti-material and
poetic part of tbem that has sharpened the
edge by which they have driven their history
firm into human sympathy and consciousness.
What makes Roman history so full of in
terest, to a child? What but the multitude
of romances of pathos, and feeling, and heroic
sacrifice, that gem like start? Quintus
springing norse ana ail witn one bound into
tlie abyss, when he or hit country must per
ish; Virginius stabbing bis bestbeloved for
nouor s sake; aiutius Bcacvola burning on
his right hand in the fire; Regulus, the slave
of honor, returning to torture and to death
fur truth spoken to hit country.
Am Extensive Swinpler and For'uer im
Virginia. The Charlottesville papers warn
the public againtt one E. R. Miller, from
Manchester, Maryland, who visited their
town with the ostensible purpose of engaging
in the mercantile business. While there, he
forged checks on a Baltimore bank to the
amount of $2,000, and succeeded in obtaining
ojo on tnem, irom tne ntonticeiio conn, oi
Utarlottesville. - He alao bought a gold
watch from Mr. Lipop, paying $135 for it:
then hired a horse from Barksdale Fret-
well, and left for parts unknown.
A Woman Conceals Her Sex for Several
YEARS CNOER EXTRAORDINARY ClRCUH-
8TANCE8. The Gatellt dtt Tribunauz hat t
singular account of a woman who effectually
concealed her sex for several years, in the
meanwhile working and associating with
males, without arousing the least suspicion.
She was only detected upon her ownf onfes
xion, after having been arrested for tome
petty theft. She it represented as being tall
and athletic, and when in male attire hat all
Ihe appearance of a man.
' Libkral Charity. During the past eight
years the Boston Provldont Association hat
expended H3,bh m, ot wmcn about 176,000
wus for the relief of the poor. By this
aioney 23,482 families, comprising 03,344 per
ions, were relieved. Of these families, 7,213
were American anu tu.ooa loreign., . ,
i MUNIVICBMT Bbuest in Havana. The
trustees of the late Senor D. Joaquin Gomez,
a wealthy merchant of Havana, Cuba, have
distributed among various charitable insti
tutions $303,000., Besides, Beuor Gomes,
bile living, gave $20,000 to the sufferers by
.lie late war in Morocco. , .
!' iaa '
I Bold and Heavy Robbery. The store of
3. Myers, Ulen't Falls, N. Y was broken
nnnn art mas. n i.rtirsi tlnaa mwxA wtKKja4 Ati4 f Ut
Uj'wui umw sitKutw egiiitVj 1IU IUWUSU VI flAWI'
worth of ready made clothing. The thief
stole a outcnert peddling wagon, packed it
up to the store door, packed in the goods,
and drove off without being discovered.
! A Fatbsb and 8om Fatally Siot. Sun
day evening, in FtyeUe-Oounty, Ky., Wm.
.icueinx wot shot with a double-barrel gun
n.v J. ,l. Abel. Sensing died in a short time,
liis sou, who was with him, wot alto thot by
Abel, aud can not live.
Excellence of the Paris Omnibus System.
The Paris correspondent of the New Or
leans Delia writes in hit last letter
The Foris omnibus system It an excellent
which migbt be imitated with profit in
the large cities of the United States, where
"people's carriage" It in favor. The om
nibuses of Paris are owned by a tingle com
pany, and so perfect it Its organization, to
complete the economy of its management,
that at very low fares for very long d stances
.has grown rich in a few years.' and its
stock has become one of the most valuable
Change, the Parisian omnib jaet ate
plain looking vehicles, being constructed
rather with a r'.tir to Service inan show.
Inside, the two rows of seats are nartitioned
into fourteen places, and when these are
nrrnnterl a naintj.it afo-n la rilanlavett i
door, illuminated la the evening, convey.
tne intimation tnat tne veniuie is run,
no more passengers can be taken. Then,
there is no more stopping, "just to accommo
date a lady;" no sitting on people't knees; no
standing up in the passage, to the discomfort
annoyance of everybody concerned.
On the top of the omnibus, a long double
bench runs from end to end, capable of seat
ten persons, wno mount uy meant oi
iron steps and raillnss iu the rear. To pre
vent accidents, a strong railing about two
high Is constructed all around the roof,
a still further improvement is in contem
plation, in tne snape oi an awning, to pro
tect outside passengers from the sun and
rain. Each omnibus Is provided with a
coachman, whose sole business It it to drive,
a conductor, to take the tares. The con
ductor stands on a broad step in the rear.
over which is a projection of the roof, shield
nim irom tne wcatber. The comfort or
employe is further secured by a movable
seat, shutting into the door, and occupying
space which might be more advantage
ously disposed of.
The fare, inside, is six tout, which entitles
passenger to a ticket of correspondence,
means oi wnicn ne may cnange trom one
line to another, without extra charge, and
thus ride from any one point of Paris to any
other, (in tome directions a distance of ten
miles), tor a fraction less than six cents,
American currency. The fare, outside, is
three sons, without correspondence, for which
sum a person it transported over the whole
length of any one route, but can not change
from oue omnibus to another, except upon the
payment of three tout extra, when be can
take a seat inside oron top, at hit own option.
The mott important feature of the system is,
naturally, tne money control. The probity
the conductor is doubly guaranteed. Bell
dials, upon which is rung tbe entry of each
passenger, are placed at the door, and, at short
mieivais on ail tne aiuerent routes are estab
lished stations, where tho omnibus halts to
take up passengers, and a controller marks on
way-bill carried by the conductor the num.
of fares taken and the number of paasen
gers entering. In this operation no time is
unnecessarily consumed, and the company is
assured against the possibility of peculation.
Miraculous Meanness of a Miscrlt Pa
rent. a ennout -Instance of meanness oc
curred in Paris a short time since, and it
worthy of the the man who, after fifty years
iuihuhot niui uu. juiuuviiid, tuei eminent jaw
yer, would not pay three francs to ate to his
funeral, contending that the family ought to
supply carriages enough for all friends who
wished to attend.
The present i nstance is of this rich man whose
beloved son died. The father had a modest
tomb built for bim, and a plain .slab at the
door, with the usual inscription on it. After
few years tbe lease ground in which the
tomb was raised, expired, as tbe young man
himself had the father unwilling to renew
the lease (costing a trifle) wat obliged to have
tbe tomb demolished, and set about utilizing
the materials thereof. The stone was service
able for building purposes, but the tlad, he
was, at first, at a loss how to nse it. How.
ever, be at length discovered that one of tbe
slabs of the sidewalk was much broken, and
the pieces were removed, the tombstone put
tneir place, ana a crowd daily gathered in
certain atreet in Paris to read: "Here lies
L., the beloved son of , died Aug. ,
185, Priex pour luil The stone wears away,
but less rapidly than the lather' t grief."
The Two Democratic Tickets in Virginia.
At interesting items of fntellieence. we clva
below a list of tbe Democratic journals, at for
it yet known to ns, which tupport the two
For Doiwlat The Lexineton Star. Rock
ingham Regitttr, Valley Vtmoerat, Staunton
"indicator, aptnt o Jefferton, ana Morgan
town Star. .
For Brtckinridgt Richmond Enouirer,
Richmond Examiner, Lyncbbnrg Republican,
Alexandria Sentinet, Norfolk Argue, Liberty
Democrat, Halifax Echo. Salem Reouter.
Abingdon Democrat, Charlottesville Repub
lican, Culpepper Republican, Wythe ville
eieyxapn, ana w incnester rtryinian.
Sdsas as a Medical Remedy. Drs. Ben-
rend and sieber recommend the medical use
of sugar at a curative meant of ereat value
diarrhoea one in a child aged three years,
and another in a child aired fonr veare in
hich half an ounce of powdered white sugar
giveu every nour, goon gave a lavoraoie turn
symptoms of extreme gravity, which had
long resisted all tbe ordinary meant of cure.
Other evidence of a similar character is
promised, and it is believed that there are
many conditions or diarrncea, particularly
those in which there is a putrefactive ten
dency in the secretions, where sugar will,
all probability, prove a most - valuable
Jnt Wealth of John Brown's Wife Con.
tbadioted. Mr. Red path states that there it
tio truth in tbe statement that the widow of
John Brown hat received thirty thousand
dollars from Hayti. She hat not vet re
ceived a dollar from that country. Further
more, that the aid received by the family in
this couutry it not at large at frequently re-
Laboe Foriion'Immioration to Kansas.
The agent of a large colony of Sweedt hat
recently concluded a satisfactory arrange
ment in Johnson County. Kansas Territory,
near Olatho, by which there will be 40,000
Swedes, settled there in tbe course of a few
Excellence of the Paris Omnibus System. RIVER NEWS.
The Ohio opposite this port continues to
swell, aud was coming up mora rapidly than on
Thursday, having risen daring the tweuiy-Iour boars
sndiug last evening about twolro or flftaaa Inchee,
malting a channel-depth between hare aod LonisvtlU
neanr seven ana a call teei.
The weather was coolor alter the heavy ttorma of
Thursday night, aud yesterday was very pleaeeut for
tuo season, tuougu uoi wnen me aun snone, witn
copious rains duuug the day.
Business on the Laudiug was vary dull yesterday,
Dentally intluenced by tbe luclement weather.
rreighu were soe roe, auuewaUe uuchaAsad and as
Puubwrv. Cotton, 70c.; Molasses, 65o.; Whisk j,
too.; r iuut, arc. i ror ana lstu, eoe.i rouna reign t.
Uii(el6c. per loo lbs.
iSatMUe.-Whisky, per brt., T60.1 Clover-eeed, tuo.j
Ale, oc. flour, toe.; Pound Freights, Ou$3o. per lot)
SI. Louis.-Heavy Pound Rreighu, zta. par 100
lbs.; Whisky aud Oil, 650. per barrel; B loves. AM.I
aie, Dtio. per uarrei.
Kvniuuili. Whliikv and Oil. Sue. aer barrel.
Coi'o. Whlikj and Oil, wo. per barrel; Pound
freights, uoo. per liu pounds.
A'eie Oleeus. Whieky 1, Pork, tno.; Flour, WW.
Barrel Lard, eoe.i Lurd Oil. tl 10; Keg Lard, See. I
Pigs Feet, per keg, 2:c., Butter and Cheese, per 100
lbe.,etlc.: Caudleeatid Soap, per Inline., 4Uc ; Cuon.
ner lul Ihe.. AAe.i tejttlnff.. oer 10U iba.. Tflo.: l .nl
Uercea, per tierce, fi: lled&teads, tn boxes, one.;
jaorees, pet ueau, eto, u.r iruu, per iw liu,, aoo.
At Louisville. Thursday was another hot day. the
mercury rangiug up iu the uiuetiea. Xhe river was
swelling slowly in the eveuluj, with two feet two
inches water lu the Canal.
I lie lower Ohio isetlll needing slowly, wlthjess
IPBU lour loot oil lue uiovi pruuiiuuul oars.
Tlie Cumberland was tailing at last accounts, with
eignteeu tncnee water at inirnauem a ouoais, ana
iW" teei at tue race traca
Fralahia ennlinon to arrive frnelv at Dalro bv rail
road aud Ohio biver boats, and hi fcrwarded South
witn -ut aeiay
Tueedav'e Memohls .Anneal save that on Ivonday
morulng the Heruollc arrived there with the hull uf
tne fcrnuee, lor juessre. morvoa m vo., woo win dsvs
leauy iu aooui iu weeae ior tumr vnsifuwi. it
will make a suiierb wharl boat, being of Urge di
mensions. Site waetowea auwn to tne saw nun at
Fort Piikerlug, where site will be Blade ready for
business In about two weeks. ,
Urrierfb-Supertoi, Loulsvlllel Boston, Blr Bandy)
Forest uueon, Madieou; Magnolia, Maysviiial Dua
leltb, Neville: Ohio Na. , Pomeroy; Marnier, Pitta-bun.-;
tiiutiil Turk, Memphis.
Ueiortr-pitiK'tior, l.oulwllle; Forest Queen,
Meuinou; MeunoliH, Ma)sville; Duitieith, Neville;
Ohio No. 8, Aiarietta; Huston, Big buudyi llocket,
IMttsburgi 8. P. Uibbard, Pituburgj AuglusaavB,
Commercial and Monetary.
In financial affairs yesterday there wat ne
alteration front Thursday, Itfooey oontli nteg in firm
raonast bat easy, at pee cent. An- prime Paper,
and I aft is w seeond-elae. Tbe Renters reported
an abundance of Cnrrenoy, add a gradual augrasnta
lion In supply. i ,
Casters Ctebanra remained Una without mack
"ci'"J,,'.-,t.' buying and J pram ltlt.g tete
In Gold. Sew 0rle.es Eichaoge. Time bills and
Ln current Money there was nothing Sew, rates b
Ing -e beretnf.T-en.lerl,
Flnnr waa unchanged yesterday and dntt: the talee
comprising M hrl-. at prloee ranging rmro t4 at e)
for different brande Whl.kv .Ie li, od de
mand and Mc. higher. Provlllo. s e mtlnu d eulet
but firm; holders r. 'using to sell eicept at the Agorae
heretofore reported. No alteration In Orocerleei
wheat waa nominal; llttls offering with a small de
mand. Bar Corn was In active reqneet. but sli-IIM
was dull. Oate waa heavy and g trifle lower, while
Hya and Barlay were aachanssd, with a limited tie.
The tm porta and Exports of varlona articles dnrln
the tarty -tight hour ending yeatardae aoon ware:
lerportt-Apples, V brie Barley ISO b-h.; Butter.
ISO n 1 - I. L - I - rk . ... '
e -- . ii i . u v.-u. ir, I.UI, i,i's ooiea;
tfee. If bags; Flour, 821 hrls : Hav. bva balsa;
Hogs, I'JbearT tard, 15 brle. Malt, Sni both.; Oate.
t,T busheU: Pork and Bacon, M hhds ,J7 t ercee.
barrels, 1 boiee, J.os pounds; PoUtt.ee, 10 hoh.i
Snar, 11 hhds.; Wheat, 105 bosh.; Wnlsky, 1,116
Arportr-Biltter, 114 parwam; Pardfee, M boges;
Corn, lo buahele; Chee-e, in boxes; lile, 217 bsg;
w , fm"tm-, at, rie.: ttate.ou ousneu.
. M i ' ii , i ."i tieicea. u brie., s
boxee; Potattwa, 17 bushele ; Sugar, 91 hhds.; belt.
11 barrele, Wheat, tt bubels; Wlilsky, sou bi ls.
This week's Meyeeatraf says of Money matters in
The preeent active demand fnr Moner Is nnlv
porary, and next weed we expect to see great abund
ance again. The large paynie. te for divide, de, in
tereet, Ac, will then have been made, and become
available forhiana. The banks Increased their I- ana
last week to aesist, and wisely so. the tempnrerv bor
rowere, aud this addition to tUetr loans will be euly
Loans are easy at 6 per cent., and prime paper also
at the same rate for dlecooot. Loos detee and
aecond-claee paper ara more dl tdcult of negotiation,
and range from 7 toe per cent.
i ne importations are moderate, and inspire no
alarm, while ourexporte are large. Tbe export of
Cottop from Southern porta has greatly fallen off.
The growing crops of cereals an every where re
ported of favorably In the West and South and
North-west, and- an active fall business Is antici
pated to be tbe reeult, with an Increase of value.!
There ie no speculation of any kind In Wall-street
aerloue enough to disturb the eoee of the Money
market. On the contrary, a cautious epirit pretaile
v is wmy ins constant anu increasing export de
mand for our Specie, aud the uneasy etate of Curope,
that can disturb Wall-etreet; but Louis Nspoleou
baa paid a rteit to tbe aovereigna f Oermai y. In
conclave assembled, and gravely secured them that
his empire la one ol peace, although be is ai medio
, ). tuiii V--.l. i
.... -"; -oi"-i ,iiBti,s sin cautious,
and look to providing a large -upply of Gold. Ibo
last accounts from Europe, roepectlng the grain crops
there, are leee unfavorable, but It is ooncedea tlist
there will be a denclency, or below an average bar-
The northern portions of Inrone will he called on
for euppllea, aud wa ehall be called oo, alu, for a
portion of our abundance, if we do not laise our
prl ee too high.
Littu Miami RanaoAP. Tba following are the
noroxlmata eerniim of the Little Miami
durli a tbe month
June, compared with tbs same
period laet year:
... tn I;.
AsanoOsattothla decrease la the aarnlngs of the
road for the month, It should be remembered that
nearly all the pa-aenyer and irelght bu-me.s recelnd
from the Ohio and Miesiselppi Hoed, are transferred
to it, is traiiatsrred to the Cincinnati, Hamilton ai d
Dayton Road, and goes via Dayton aud jLeuia,
Ntw Tobk PT Ooona TaASS.-ThH week's lads.
INMdM thus refers to tbe Dry Goods during tbs past
Trada la without activity. The ehow of preparation
ior.t?S approaching eeaaon Is also slight A sort uf
9r'?,'in)( t'n some depatmeou is taking place.
In Silk Ootids, blacks ara the only descrlpilou at all
Inquired after, aud theee are scaroa. Colored bilks
S11? overstock.- a law arrivals or fall etylee of
Silks have taken plaoa, bnt no aaeortuient and no
xhlbiiion of new goods bae been made.
The Woolee trade, u-uelly active ab. ut this eeatnn.
has beenguile the rvvsrse. Clothiers have been limi
ted iu their demand, evidently deterring their pur
obeaea to a later period. Domestic M'ouleus sutler as
well ae foreign.
There Is a very heavy stock of Olutha and Oiesl
merea, foreign aod home-made, on baud, wuicb de
pressea prices, and makea purchasers daiuty, ae well
aa backward. Cveu staple Cotton Ood. ara dull,
though the cummlteuon-bousee are reoelvlng supplies.
1 he export demand Is steady, but tba notae dem ,nd
Muiiuportan,. The maiinfbciurora of beery kiuds,
and of Drills especially, are busy t r futurodellveriee
to order. be mills am likely to fall soon lor want
of water, If tbe preeent dry weather Continues. Wa
remark an nnutually small impoituf lorelgu Wool
ens lu June. The market Ie, neverthele., abund
antly supplied from previous raoaipia. .
FRIDAY EVENING. July 6.
FLOUR Tne ma'ketramalnenncbanged end dull.
The salae comnrlse to brie, extra at n H luudo. oo.
(old.) at ti o7; wo do. do, at ts; sou do. ex ra at
s lb; too do. de., In two lota, at is to; lez do. do at
ti. and 100 do. do. at St M. Supartloa being nosale
able Is being shipped East.
WHISKY-A good demand, and prlcaaMc. higher:
sales of 740 brie, at l?Sl7o , tha letter rate ror
PBOViBI0N8-TtiB market remains quiet, bnt
Briu; holders refusing to sell, exoept at extreme
rates, heretofore rsportrd. Tba demand not being
pressing bu ere are enabled to hold off. Ihe only
ealen wa heard of wara 70.000 S dee, averaging y
pounds, at loc.. and a email lot of prima banalCard
itliMo. We quote aa the asking rata, mass Pork,
19: Bacon, 9 and He, aud bulk Meaie a and loo.
OHiiOEBlEj-A (kit d mand for Sugar, with sales
of 0 hhds. at SoJik. Co See steady at KXeplto. Mo
laesee It gulei at44ic. .
, WHEAT There "Is little ottering, with bat a
limited demand, and prioes kra merely nominal at
f I OegH 10 lor prima red, and 11 ist&u 90 for prima
, COBlf T be demand for ear is active at 41c, in
bulk; shelled Is dull at tseJJlc. for mixed and white:
sales l.soo bush, ear, in bulk, at etc.
OATB The receipts to-day were liberal, and the
market was dull and a ehadelower, cloaiiig at 4Uc., in -bulk:
sales of l.luo bush , In bulk, at 40c.; 1,000 bush,
at canal at olc i nuo bash, at canal 0c, and Sua
bush , In eacke, at 40c.
K TBThe market le doll aud uncbaDgedl we )Oota
It at 7MS7M.
BARLK Y The demand la limited, sad prl see are
aomiu tl at Sdc. for prime fall.
CBtESB-Tbe market Ie dull and unchanged; wn
I note prime weeuru Heeerre at 7tc.: sales of i
cues at 7 Sc.
BOTTKlt There Is a fair demand for Western
Keservs at 14(llc . with light receipts; Central Ohin
U dull at 10l2c. for prime u clioloe yellow, and Sc.
New York Market.
Nbw York, July 6 P. M. Ashes steady,
with a moderate buslnees dulng at (6 fur Pots, auil
't 02 fot Pearle.
Cotton dull and unchanged: sales of 600 bales, at
lOHc. for middling Cplands.
Flour opened quiet, with holders disposed 0 real
ise; but alterward a good export demand sprung up,
aud with pretty large transaxllone tbe market cloeetl
dim at tbe quotations: salee 19 OUO barrele, at HA 21
i li for superune State; ti 40ttie M fur evtra Stat? ;
2UC40 25 for suporttne Western: Sis 4VKU i for
common to medium extra Weeteru, aod yS HH&S t-0
for shipping b-ands extra round-hie ped Ohio; and
4,2110 brie, extra State for export at prices within the
range. Canadian Flour rulee quiet, and tlie market
la without striking chaogo: sales of 6u brls, at It
&6 2o for supei Hue, and $.1 4 SO for coniniou to
choice extra. Hye Flour is steady: small sales at
S3 Mmi po for common to choice euperbne. Corn
aieai is quiet auo uomiuaiiy uncnangea.
Whisky heavy and drooping, with salee of WO brls.
st i7qe'i -ec, nearly an at tuo meioe price.
Grain Tho Wheat market rules In favor orwuvere,
with little more doing for export. The scarcity of
freight-room, and tbe adranoa on fretghta, materi
ally cbecks the demand: aalee of 9.1.U00 bushel- Mil
wauklo Club, at II lmd)l 31; ,000do. choice Amber
Iowa, at Si 34; 1,000 do. white Canada, at tl 4a;
29,000 do. Chicago spring, at tl Meal 27; 7,000 do.
winter redWeeteiu, attl Ss5tl 39 .and 4,400 bushels
choice Keuoeha Spring, at Si 31. Hye quiet, at eUo)
Sacj wllh sales of 4,2u0 bushels. There Is nothing
new to notice in Barley. Corn very scarce, and with
a moderate Eastern and local trade demand. Prices
have advanced, with eales of 4:,0U0 bushels, at tiHtl
ea)io. for sound mixed Weetern; eeo. for ven choice
do., and SSc. for round yellow. Oate In moderuu, re
queet at s740c. for Weeteru and Canadian, aud 40o
41C. for Stale.
Pork quiet and firmer: salee of S90 brls at f 19 for
new mess; 1 12 for old meet; 11476 for Weetern
prime niece; 613 75 for old do.; $19 4Ktt,2ti for cl-ar; -113
94 foa new prime, and $12 AO for old prime. Beer
dull aud unchanged: eales uf too brls. sit ItipU 24 for
ouuntry prime; S4 Aotg for do, mees; Setio 40 tor re
pecked mess; $1126Qr,l2 40 for extra utexe. Prima
mesa Beet dull, and pomtual at SltiailS lleefUants '
nuiet, with small salee at tibial l for Western, and
Iluecl2 fur State. Cut Meets scarce and fiimerj
Bhouldere held at tleo. and upwards; Uums Innc:
W) peck ages Hams sold ou private terms. The Lerd
market etill coutiuuea firm, with Skies of tlo neck.
kge at 12(4(lwl24c., and uow hsld at lie. Bacou .
dull and nominal. Butter selling slowly at Ki.i5c
for Ohio, aud lixaisc. lot 8 late. Cheese steady at
toJlOHc. for Inferior to prime. , , , .
New York Stock Market.
Ntw Yobx, July 6. Stocks active and ,
higher: Chicago and Bock Island, 71K; Memphis aud 4
Mississippi, 6, Galena and (alcag.., ASM : lll'nola
Central Scrip, 631: Michigan Southern, IM: Michl- "
gun Boutliern guaranteed, tut: Michigan Ceulral. v
4t i, Beading, 41; Erie assented, 19; krle, 19; New
Jork CentraV, eit. Paciua Mall, 9o; Erie, Third
ouds, tiH : Erie, Second Bonds, 9d; Virginia Slxea.
99; Ienueeece Sutta, 90; Miseuiui Sixes, II. ( t . , i
Pbiladelphia, July 6. Flour it dull,
unchanged. Wheat to dull: red tl 04; bl's 81 l'J?t
1 44. Corn eulet: aalea 0 2,0ou bushels at etur.7)c.
Provtsluns advancing. Lard firm at MMlcvJaie,'.'-
wiuaay etaaoy at llvaiaw.
' A OlBl BbOOMBB THB MoTHES OF TBBBB
Cbildbeb bt Uaa Own Ftbbb. The AI- . ,
bany (N. Y.) Police are now on tbe look out "
for a man, who it at preaeht and bat been ' ;')
fur tome years past livioi in thf.t city. Ue tl
is cohabiUDj with his daughter, a woman by -,
when, ha heel hall three childran'.''L'The wiia '
and several other children of this man reside ,
in New York. The wife of this wretch tup
posed that be had gone to California, but
Instead, he hat been in the oity nearly all the
time, kecnimr. house with hit owti dituirliter.
Tbe oldest child by thit incest is over three
yeum of teje.