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-V rWl'W""W SAL,- 0H BKNT."
LH)T," "rOVND.'V -j"B0ARDINO." acr-Ad
V.f tlaamsnt. onm.'arf anita theM haadlnt., not
mAint fly. ltns, will t lnrtl twtc for IM mk
VIST BABTEH4 At 60 B1rh-
WATRIMIk ''! t Mv n cant and one
tdl run a machine. Inquire at 140 Walntit-
Bt,. innn ami j. jyy-u-
r v tfuna chMtmwr sirl ai1 one Wanh jhi,
Jy-'. 1 M. HAKI'K hW Proprietor
tVATKn-A OOOD BOY-T st type. Am
" ply finiiipd iatnly at the ttevfew Olttoe, 8. W.
r?- j'Ktjth vd ya.nsjt.eta., F Jyv-a
WANTKO-tRN (JKNTS-Je lul dlt eu'll Malt
ilsnn reiirur, fur I only (rave tn ennt for
, Mnth ami Main, where every kiM of caso or frame
, ma be Itmnd rhraper thnn-fiPf where.
WANTKI A yotmt nan with m, to ae-dnt
a plrataiit knxineM. A lao several yonns mrn
for various kind of bnsinww Person fan obtain
cmpluyment by aiviiie; tiotloe at the Agmry, 79
'I h ml. at. ( pfar Vine, iipsUlm. third story. Jvv-h
WANTKH-TKN ORNTfl-Y VSnneeo a mentrtt
marred ana verdad.' 1 only eo ten cent
for that little gonial JollKfViN'A (iallrry, Ninth
nnd Main, whore all kind of plain or fmcy cases
tnny be had at lower price than elsewhere.
WANTED A retclaa took, Germ ft n prefer
red. To on who snlts, Rood waffo will
paid. Itefnrenoa required. Iminire at 571 Weet
Sinth-ltrwt. , jyM
WANTF-D-To aell or rent a fHiwr Hewing
Machine that haa limn nwd bnt a short time;
ran be neen at the Hardware Store, Wctrn
WANTED Two perrent-atrle, one bar-keeper,
two counter elftrke and evveral yonn men for
various purporim: call at the Commercial lutein
a-fnoo aud Ueuaral OillectoT'H Office, No, 380 Oou-tral-aveuue.
K, fUSTKR X i'U.,
jya-b . ' Proprietor.
WANTED A od kitchen alrlwho can ah
aud Iron. Apply at 400 Ttiird itroet, betweon
hmltli and Taik. Jy8 b
WANTED SITUATION A crtpylfit; Citn
wrltwaery fair hand. Add reel Box, P.O.,
iOi'8, tHUns where an Interview inay be had.
WANTED A SITUATION" In ftore. hotel
or factory, by a biy thirtoen yearn trtd. Can
read and write. Addreaa.T. O. C, thlt office, jyrt-b
WANTKD-A HBAMHTRKSH-In a prl'Me
family a abort distance from the city. Ap
ply at tbu olhca of M. UHEEN WOOD'S Foundery,
h. K. for. Canal and Walnntta. )y-b
WANTED A person with ft 'J 00 cash can
of an opportunity to add to hie Incoae,
not interfere with prenent engagement, by atldrfwa
taw K. W. B., thin office. . jy-b
WANTED 00 t N COLLKCTOIlH-To know
that I will pnrchaae rare and flno Colne, Med
ale, Cnple and Antique! tor Cabiuete.on the moat
liberal torma. 0. II. HAHPKL,
jya-h 8. E. cor. Tlilrd and Vina.
WANTED A SITUATION-By a young man
eightuen yean of age. Is a good penman and
accountant. Cuu give guod refcrencee, and will
make himwdf gatierally uaeful,- Hulary mmlerate.
Addruaa 1. V.t l'ren Uillc. jy8-b
ANTED TWO OIRT B-To baate veata for
machliiH. and two alrla to lmrn vi'ttt'Onnkinff.
Uood wagon glvon. Apply at the Washington Kouie,
ttcllovue-Ht i near the bridge, Newport, Ky. jye-b
WANTED A SITUATION AnaMistant book
kut'ptT or clerk. Bout of releranoen given
t-f charactur or capability. Aiklroaa C. W.T., 100
WANTED Men eeeklng altuatlone an clerka,
lileBiuon, book-keeporu. bar-keepera, iwrtr,
Mjpera. niechaulca, laborers, and othere, sliould ap
ly at thrt Mrclianta Clerks' Koglatry Otllce,
VIH Waluut-etroot. tiy-b HAI,B A CO.
vv in private iiuumw, iniwiia, sc., a ink.i(ii
ing-room and chambermaid. Call toon on M
(Ihv. u them will Im a nuu'tcr of twrsons at
otnon for female hclo. Abto, bar-teuder and farm
holds. Apply at Ewt Fourth-at. Intelligence
alTANTED-A srood German. Knirlleh or Amct
v ican servant, to do gcuural housework In
t-maii runuiy. Appiy
70 UcFarlaud-st. jy7-d
'W'VrANTED Fotur smart, energetic men, with
tt good business capacity, ui wuim goou wgei
will be paid. Apply at itooni 0, Hart's building.
WANTEU-A fl rut-rate Sauragff Machine, with
t rour or six cutters; aio a siunii eteam-en-gioe
of about two. horse power, and a boiler (vertical
preferred of four or six horse nower. Anv nerson
having all, or part, to dispose of, either new or second-hand,
may address Box OO'A, P. 0., stating
rrice, terms ana wnere iu-y can do seen. jy-o
WANTED-1,000 MEN To sell new
spleudid CAMPAIGN MATS and BOOKS.
Also to circulate, by eubscrlpUon, several popular
w,ihi)ei(nti(in hookn. For lull rwirticuisrs. call uooB
or address MA If R. BARN If, Book and
I'ubiisnor, atj west Fourtn-st., np stairs. jyo-i
WA NT KD-Pnrtiea wishing to dispose of Mttla
Miami or Columbus and Xeula Kail
Stocks cau secure the highest market price by
trusting tho sale of them to tno care of tho under-
iguea. uommiBSion reasonaoie. nuuresK
j6-h W. C. M. BAKEK, Xenla, Ohio.
llf ANTED-A HOUSE -On Walnut Hills,
V v uot leas than nve rooms. Address, giving
ration, rent, c, iocn box no. ap7, r. v. -jy-n-
, WANTKD-A GERMAN OIBL-To do
v t work oi a smau mmiiy on rvaiuui num.
ply at tne rresa umce. jyn
WANTED TO PURCUA8K A small
? with Cottage, on Walnut Hills. Prim
to exceed f'-OO ; to be paid fur at from $23 to $30
month, with Interes. Aud rem L. B. S., Daily
WANTED A HOUSEKEEPER One that
take charge of a wmall house and child three
months old. None need apply only those of strict
morale; age between twenty-live and thirty-five.
8. t,., Box 140, Middletownt Ohio, jyl-h
ANTED A few more good Buslnoss Agents.
snd tn mnti In ataniM. bv mall, to
l,19i, Cinclunatl. Ohio, and you will receive a
i.Tm. with lull ii.fnt-nia.tuin. a ft no oDcnina for
who are out of employment. Ho hotter can
found. ; )vti-i
WANTED ATTENTION Important Secret
for Married Ulie.-Mrs. BUHLKKlli,
will lecture pi MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
and IU1DAIH,T II Q'ciuca A.m., at ner onico,
nna-Mii corner oi na.es nuu diai iibib., nuum
2. Consultation hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.,
through the Postofflue. Mrs. Burleigh has brought
from Europe remedies for female disease which
positive auu inimeuiaie reiiei. joi-ui
1 vuttU. nnd miliar. No. A. Observatory -road
near Pyro Garden. Terms, 9 per month in advanco,
Also two rooms in adjoining uouse, at per montii
f 70 It RENT At S'iOpor, month, a Dwelllngi
bl uouso.wiiu seven nuuu, gwi av., mi uv"K
st.. second door below Mound, south side.
at the houso. ljy-bl W. E. ACKLKY.
ITtOR RENT In Newport, a Brick Dwelling
1 sU rooms, la complete order. Terms f 12
month Apply on si itow-st., secona aoorsouiu
inn RCNT-In IVivlnatnn. Kv.. a neat Dwell
clrttern,ga aud otnor oonveuieucea, in hue
lug, containing eleven rooms, nan, nne
leligullul location, ac. inquire oi lou-couum
un Covlugtou end of Licking Bridge. jy8-h
VJWR R ENT A Brick Dwelling, of nine rooms.
. m with gas and water, corner of franklin
Broadway. Kent $300. Also a Brick Dwelling
Kuxt Liberty 14H-of soven rooms. Rent M50
Apply to J. k , UilUoLiK, Piinsu ana m-oaaway,
I,tOR RENT RESIDENCE 30 Perry-t.,
immntt I'lnm &nd CflntriLav. and Fourth
Fifth i also, third and fourth floors of 19
Kourtn-streot, suitable for ,aals-roomg. Apply
ItALPU m.'Cit auivkh, at tne miter piaoc. jy
I Mill RENT WITH 8TEAM POWER-AH
1 part of tho building southeast corner of
aud Pearl, with or without yard-room, short or
turm. Aaapuu to maumaciuring ligui uiaoniuor
or Hgrlcul urul ImplameuM. Apply to THOMAS
o .ti i i ti. on i no pre uim s. jy
' doing ixxi bualnew. Will b. ulJ low, u
proprietor lu untng to leave to. city, lotimr. m
nOK SAI.E-CA10KI0 IN01NK-A ,mll
turlc eugiiie, new .nd la pertert orUr, ol
running light UMchilMlr. luauiru .t 14
r .Mirth it. Jo-
I Mill 8AI.B-40.cre.ol Lud, KiTentwn
' ft in tlx ulty by the L. M. k.llrowl nd
by turnplko on.-bAlf mil. from Ul.aiivill.
matron, w ould muKe a ae.ir.oiu country reeiueiito.
Nix icm cleared, luijulre of 81MUUM SANDl-IUl,
tietur tne piece. jr-.-
felt HAI.K-i Rtetl fttnrk nf Gmcarlea
ti..n. M.iMt Variety litMMln. wltli tttn bihhI will
well-established bu'tlness, and five years lease
ttore. Also, a Kooa suimiug iji in tue most
n.riitf the oitv. The nronrlator hina
fsilud to quit business, will offer the sauie on
kvorahh terms. For further' information apply
t lie corner 01 iniru auu wiwuuu-hiwh. oviugton,
Kentucky. A small farm Mi or 26 ntilsa in the
irv will be taken as pan payment. jya.
FOR SALE Steam Engine and Doner, now
uMHt Nos. Oil aud 101 W'aluut-streei,
they can bo soon at anytime. Engine Cylinder,
.....t, jmHiAr. itroke 3 feet, cover nor anil Juds
vulva aitaohtMl, and cast-lruu bod. Boilor-rLeugth,
R SALB-OBOCEBY A retail grocery.
luiuaut part of the city, doing a good
tiess, will no sum iw,i ivucu u ru.
'A 'A Ntnth-st., west of Can-. Jylr-aW
JTOLEN-From . uiy trunk, at tho Dennieon
House, m lllll-ai-i MUi auu, urw rn i
L ather (sewed) boots. Any '"UoV0.111
.Jiem Will rewiuuwM. virv .i m. v.
OAR ramllle. or ulnitle (entl.mm ea
ay ot week, .1 the Htnna-ffont Honee, No. 407.
m emenre wiwn n. un Di.afi.ni mom., nr ini
uth-enet oormr of Hlxth ud J oh.
dtatc.y., ....., i
-lOAHDINO-TN Till COUNTBY-Two iren-
timiti can have an errt rivim and aood hoard
a brlrk houwi three mlim n-nm town, what am
n looses sass hourly. Address Box 1,914. JyV
nOAROtNO-Two or three single aentlemf'n
ran be accommodate with board and loris-lna
SI t inh-it., .boy. John.
nHT-On flatnrriAV JillV 1. mmrnr thm Mrnnr nf
A Main and Third-nts a email whit noncHu Cfn.
ale) lo. with hr hair shaven off Intel. No col
lar on, or any mama, Tin
''I'xZi J?l.?."irJL, i.ih". "oLTJi1 ? JilS.'."
RA VKD-IIOU Came to the premieee a itray
o. The owner can have hr lv nrorina nron.
erty and paylna I'KpetiHoa, by rallinn at 393 Race-
If not called
l lor soou, wili be aold to pay tho
tXTION AI,K.-ny KKLT.OOO W1L
. LIAM8. Bale-roonil 1A and A4. Eaat Third.
treet Larffe and Rpffular Pawnbroker'e 8ln of
uly 13, at 9 o'clock, valuable Htock of Gold and
liWer Watohas, Gold Chain, Lockete, Jewelry. Ao.
a A freat variety oi Uou and uwllea' Woar-
Apparei, vrv utxxia, c.
be Tooda will be for exhibition on tha afternoon
pravioua to the aalo.
jr a. n&uLuuu, Anciioneer.
AUCTION HAI-E-BT H. 8. MILES A CO.,
45 Poarl-et. HocIb1 and Peremptory Sale of
.111 raana oote, Bimei. Hat and (Jape at Auction,
n WEDNESDAY MORNING, July II. at 9 o'clock,
t our aalei-roomi. Pour 1-at., without anv re.
nrve, for caiih. In the lot will be found 10 caaea
jnen upera. uongren anu ratent-iaamer uoow : hi
dinen women noe (ram, a.nameieii j.
Beotai 40 cm Men I and Bi
hip uoota ; iz caaea
Ladioa' flna Heeled Gaiters : 2A caeca
aaoa Hora' tine t all
Oxford Tien ; ) caaa Mcne flue Call P. 8. Boot, j
cwee men s uair ana uun i. . rogam.
ALSO A aood Block of Lad ice Minwa and Chll.
ren'a Fine Work. Sllnoera. Laoe Boota. Patent.
leather Bhoee. Ac. all aaaonable and In demand.
WUirr DII'TW. Bit BT1MIIIIU Bill! Ill HfUllllU.
ALSO-Wlll be added and aold without any re.
serve, .w dozen Men a and Boys Cloth and Caael
mere caps ; ai dozen Jien aani ovf r aim liaia ;
30 CHaea Straw Goods.
This sale Is worthy the attention of the trade, as
the stock Is desirable and must be sold. The cooda
are now open ir examination. jys
STATE OP OHIO. HAMILTON COUNTY,
UOMMpN PLICASOOCKT.-V. Winters A Son
6.) Henry Kvana, Oornellna V.R. Goody ear. Jamtg
IT reel ana ana J times iuniap, executors or tho last
will and tentament of Henrv Sbeldmi. deceased. Mart
oneinen, wiuow oi tue saiu itvurr oneiucn, aeceaaei,
and Edward A. Shtddtin, and Sarah Sheldon, his
wiie. ana vinriuianno arn. noirs aua aeviHecsoraaia
Henry S lie 1 dun, doceasvd, of tha city, county aud
ate oi new iorK, win taae notice tnat aientiue
inters and Jonathan H. Winters, oartners na V.
Winters A Hon, of the county of Montgomery and
State of Ohio, did, on the 2Mb day of Mny, 10, file
their petition In tho Court of Common I' leas of Ham
ilton County, Ohio, agalnxt all of said parties above
named, who are made tlereudanta In said action, sot
tine forth: That said Honrr Shelden. deceased, did.
hi his lifetime, execute to quo Jonathan Ilarsbman
ui saui valentine w inters, partners, as narsuman
: Winters, a note for SI0.3M) 30. datod Jauuary 2A.
lrt,V: that curtain nnvments were made uooii the
same until the amount, with accumulated Interest,
line on tne z-nu uay oi January, iwxi, was who vn
that to neen re said note said Henry Sheldenexocufcd
mortgage on said January 2A, ItJno, to said Harsh
lan A Winters, uu tho follow inn described real
entato, stttwted In the county of IIumHtou aud Statu
twenty (20) on a rut of aubdivielou mad by Com-
niifteioner anpoinica to mane partition among tne
monly called tne Mrk Una r.rm, In vectioii twenty
tl.o (ZJ,l tiivn inree t3,i .nit rans two (i,; tu trie
Miami PnrchaHe. in Mid llamiltoa bounty. Ohio.
earh nf .aid lot. containing five (6).creH. strict meas
ure, also, the eolith half of lot Diliuliered eighteen
(is,) ae laid down on eaia pi.t, conutinius two mna
nail i. I pVcito, eiriu. iiirnouiv, uw, wiu mui
was aMigned and trausrerrea ny eaiit uareliinun a
Winters to said plaintiff; that Mid Henry tilieldcn
la dead, .nd snld executors h.T. been .PDointed and
iiu.litled to administer on his estate, aud that he left
said widows aud heirs. That said petition contains
nnvnr that iiiilirmeiit nukv ue rauderiMl asalust Mid
executors for Mid sum of nione, and that the Mute
he levird out of the aooda aud chattela to be admiu
lstered In the bands of said executors; also, for sale
of said mortgaged premises to pay Mid debt, and for
other proper relief; Haid defoudants ar. notified to
appearand anstvor the Mid petition on the third
eaturuay alter tne ism nay oi rfiuy, low, or iuug
mont w in do t.Ken accoruiug to saiu prayer. -
J A joilAN'jA,,orn',,forP,',,ll,,,
OF OHIt), UAJIILTON COUNT
OF OHIO. HAMILTON COUNTY. tSM Pro-
bate Court. (No. 7.. I'htlip Owens and Patrick
Owens, Administrators of Thomas Owuus, deceased,
agaiust Mary Cahill and J nines Cahill, her husband,
Catharine Umitli. and others. In obedience to an
order of sale mude by said Court, In said cause, and
to us directed, we will, on sat'
aturday, the 2th day of
juiy, leou, at 11 o ciock, a.
M., of sold day, at tho
In Cincinnati, in said
rniuiiuta 1110 vvui i-uuunvi 111 VlUVIUUall, 111 BUIU
the followlna real estate', as t(e nronerty of Thomas
uwens, uoccasea, to-wie : ah in at cerium 10. or
parcel of land situated In the City of Cincinnati,
.Ajuuty oi iiaoiiitoa, ana niuto oi iiuio, ana oegm
niug on the north -east corner of Sixth aud Carr
streeU. running theuce eastwardly on a line parallel
with Hixth -struct, thirty-live (36) feot, thence north
wardly eighty 80) feet, theuce westward!? thirty
five (1) tmt to Carr-streot. thence southwardly
ilghty (811) feet to the place of tiegiuuing, being the
utile nmnilrtes ranveved to said
i nomas uwuus, a
ril. liv Phllin llweiis. hv iltwd recorded in book
I&V, page 234, Hamilton (Jouuty Itocords. Appraised
that cerltilu di
twrtv.sls: 1'M In Carr's subdivision of lots iu the
WsMlnrn tiart of the Citv of Ciuciuuatl. lu the
Conuty and State aforesaid, commencing at a point
on the east vide of Carr-street. iahty (huj feet north
of Hixth-street, theuce runniug north twenty-two
(22 1 feet and nine (M) melius, theuce oust, in parallel
lfi.es one hundred and soveu (1D7) feet, being the
same premises conveyea to saia j nomas uweus. ae
toiu4ii. iv r i nn iiweus. nv a oca recorueu iu dook
at f i,huu. Terms oi sai, one nan rasu, jpatu on uay
nf an In. nnd one half In one vtar theroafter: the de
ferred payment to draw interest Irom day of sale,
and to be secured by mortgage on the premises
Administrators of Thomas Owens deceased.
Pete a T. Williaiih, Att'y.
Juno2 lwm j- je36-daw.
iSoiiae tiling" Now
ATTSING NEITHER WOOD. COAL.CHAR.
mj coal, aor uu.
No moke, No Dirt, No Heat!
ro aiscommoae mo orwrnn'r. au vtb u iuub
economloal Bummer arrangement extant. In vrao
leal operation every day, at U A. M., Now J X West
uounty ttignu loraaia. jei-cm
II. P. E LIAS'S
-t . , n t 1 TT
Wfltfih cL JftWfilrV llOUSfi
16 West Fourth-street,
IVnEnE CAN BE HAD EVERY ARTI-
WW ni.R a.nrwrf xlnlnar to the buslnaaa. at a much
leas mica, for OAbU, than has over before been offered
Iu this market.
GIVE US A CAIili.
And see for yourselves. aH
CANDY! CANDY I
II. IV. CIAllK,
(Bnocsssua losiuit co)
a WHOLESALE DEALER
KINK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. 0 MAIN-8TRKET, CINCINNATI,
T. WEBB, Jit.,
KH8. tha very newoat styles
.INS, Fkrnch AarirtuiAL S'lowkhs. uuiLuasirs
Bats, Bus has, CaAraa, Hlokd Laces, Ht.aw Taia-
fjius, Itoaaai raAaaaaw uiuaNiar uoava.
WholasaU and Retail,
BtaM MO. 134 riFTH-TBT.
LAN E e BODLEY,
MAM OFAOOBEM Of
. AND CIRCULAR 8AV-!ttIIL8.
Oomsr tf Jokm am Wator-truU, OmdmmiiH. OUs.
O. W. BOWLER
PROVKHrtOR IN THE YJBTKRINART
OOLLKdK Of AtJRUKONrl. oSLe. No.
olslhHiUwti batwaa Main and Walnut, Ciaoiuaau.
THE DAILY- PRESS.
The Walton Tragedy in New York—Mrs.
The Walton Tragedy in New York—Mrs. Walton Formerly a Resident of Cincinnati
—Her Career and Conduct in this
City—Reminiscence of a Past Sensation.
Our reader, are doubtless acquainted with
the facta of the double murder of John
Walton, and John W. Matthews, that oc
cnrrerl, some dari aso, on Eighteenth-street,
new iora. not long since, mr. vvaiton
Diarried a widow named Ellen M. Russell.
and as she figured rery conspicnouslr in this
city, abont ten years ago, a short history of
ner marriage witn Kiisseii may not Re unin-
Under thecognomen of Ellen M. Morrison, she
occunied the building next to the Club House,
i ourxn-eireei, near Djratraora, wnicn
she tued for the double purpose of a resUu-
rant ana reaorttor tne tasntonaoie last young
men ot toe city. At tnat time trie wnj quite
prettr and her affreeablo manner and ex
cellent converwational powers made her es
Ublishraent Terr popular and drew to it all
that class of fashionable you nc: men who seek
to vary the monotony of life by spending
their evenings in the society of women in re
gard to whose virtue there can be no doubt,
and whose chastity ifl supposed to be of the
uiuev eitujuu ucscriiHiuii.
wmiener reputation was at its rcniiu; ai
young man. juieutenant frame uusseii. came
to the citT and atonned At tha Rurnet House.
He was soon introduced to the tair hllen and
becoming infatuated with her, spent not only
bis nighta, but his days, his money and bis
vitality in her house and arms. A mock
marrtao - e was nerlormed bv an artist-friend
0l the Lieutenant, named Jobn H. Johnston
j "j .i
B"u pair iiveu wr euiue iirao wgomer
wnoiiy reifaraiCHB oi tuc scanaai vnev causea.
A n.m.,l Vwn, hn.ni1( U ,...
. Vr "w . r40"1
I180" ,n wHICD ne resiaea, HOW Decame
very desirous to get rid ot bis tenant, wbo
was mucn too last a woman, ne said, to bv
permitted to remain. He would not believe
she was married, and, to make "assurance
doubly sure," carried them off to St. Xavier
Uhurch, where the pair were actually
united after the most orthodox fashion.
Some of Russell's mends, however, at
length determined to separate the pair, and.
for this purpose, drove to the bouse, placed
him in a carriage, and took him to the
Burnet House. She resisted them: said ther
were deprivinot her of her husband, and
shrieked and screamed in such a manner as
to arouse the entire neighborhood. IS he was
not to be cheated thus, and, procurincr
carriage, followed the party to the hotel,
where she sought and obtained an interview,
averring that she never would be separated
irom ner lovimriora.
soon afterward itusseu Decame tired ot Die
wife and gave her a certain sum of money to
release him from his marital obligations;
r ranic paid ner to leave nis premiHes, and
Mrs. Morrison, now Mrs, Russell, left the
city lor .flew xoric.
When here, Mrs. M. bad three children.
the youngest a boy about two years of age,
but this one was born before she met Russell,
&na therefore is not bis son. as lias been erro-
neotlSiy Stated in me new 1 OTK papers.
The affair we have related created consid
erable sensation at the time of its occurrence.
Many persons in the city still remember the
fair, frail heroine of this semi-heroic drama.
and will bo surprised to learn that Walton,
tne muraerea man, was tne latest captive to
ner pnysical cnarms.
Case of Somnambulism—A Betrothed
Bride Visits Lover in her
Sleep and Finds him very much Inebriated
—How an American "Amina" Lost a
Lover and Obtained a Husband.
louuuiiiice is mo - o.v..u ui u
'over, that she allowed no rumor that might
have Cached her ears, to disturb the fSnd
The freaks of Eroa are not more remarka
ble than those of Morpheus, and when, at the
game time, one has complete possession of
tne Heart, ana tne otner 01 tne mind, mortals
are often impelled by their irresistible power
into situations, either spiritually or physi
cally, that are far more strange and ludicrous
than explicable or agreeable.
Love itself, Rochefoucauld says, may make
a fool of the wisest man, and of course the
cynic intenaea in is to include tne most sen.
Bible woman it is not, therefore, strange
,i,, il,.l, (,;. wil.e n,t witKo-;... n
sons should be drawn unwittingly into mat
rimonial engagements.. At all events, such
tilings do occur some times, and whether
Cupid interests nimBelf in thair behalf or wot,
e ' : i ..1. . 1. .. r ... : . 1
lew giriB rewu .110 ego ui lewiij eiiuuu.
having received at least half-a-dozen propo
sals from young men ror an tney nave in tne
worm to give tneir nanus.
Our heroine, whom we will call Pauline.
is not yet eighteen, and resides on Fourth
street. Sue lias the advantage of auburn
hair, a sweet mouth, dark eyes, a fine figure
and a few accomplishments, and, without
being beautiful, is quite handsome, and fur-
tnermore a very agreeuute girt.
Her suitors were numerous and persistent:
but among the number there was but one on
whom she smiled, rne servants, even,
noticed that her eye grew brighter when his
aud from this they knew that her placid!
bosom would soon throb quickly against his.
when be would 1010 ner in nis arms ana call
Charles this was the name of the man she
had decided should make her miserable had
a couple of rooms on Fourth-street one of
which be occunied as an omce ana tne otner
as a sleeping apartment. Whether he used
them for anv other purpose than those we
have named is not known, but the neighbors
sav this must be taken with considerable
allowance, ior neignpors are apt to cynical,
.m not the most nleasant neoDla in tha
world that they have often beard noises,
verv late at nicht. like the popping of Cham
pagne bottles, female voices, and singing from
very husky throats, proceeding from his
Pauline had heard of, although she had
never visited, these apartments and knew
exactly where and how they were situated.
. , . j i . , .
one, poor gin, naa no aouut tney wore caasie
as her own thoughts, and had such implicit
j i. .i.- i - an(i ,i .... ..r i.
thougbts that ever nued ner ueart. 10 ner,
be was Kind, nonie, generous, ana one cared
not a whit what he might be to others.
Hint 1nn Brn ItnWMH. 1 1, A lt tf flraam.
ascended the throne of ber mind, and, by
exercising a power wnicn naa not yet. neen
fully explained, completely turned the course
of her love, and rendered the man who bad
been so dear quite obnoxious. Charles had
promised to visit her that evening, and she
sat in the twiliirht waiting bis coming until
the tamily bad retired, when, semi-sad and
wholly disappointed, she closed the shutters
and went to ner room.
Without removing ber elegant evening
dress, she threw herself upon a couch and
cave herself up to thoughts of the beloved
one. ' She could arrive at no definite con-
elusion in regard to bis absence, however,
and, while she thought, she fell asleep.
ADOUl twelve O ciock sub eiunrcu iruui tue
house, unnoticed, by .any of its inmates, and
unattended, and passing rapidly up the now
deserted thoroughfare, ran up the staircase
ueseiieu uiuiuuKuuMoi iw up ,ub awiviwv
and through the diinly-lighled hall to the
door of the apartments occupied by her
Tbe gas was burning brit0y within and
she rapoed loudly, at the s "me making
an etlort to enter the roouk , . oor was
opened and the noiBO of the nrr' A party
of three, one of whom was Cnf, was im
mediately hushed. He was too much In.
Hhri&led to talk very coherently, but he im
mediately recognized rauiine wno, Dy mis
time, had reached the table at which he sat
and made an effort to rite, saying something
like" Whasematter ? IzourfathersickorB-
Pauline failed to understand his drunken
lingo, and a female, who happened to
among the number, and quite sober, ex-
claimed: "Why, she's asleep, and proceeded
to shake Tier so rudely that, betbre she could
be prevented, the betrothed bride fell to the
floor, and was thoroughly roused from tha
somnamouiic stale, in wutcu sue nau uiaue
hr nocturnal visit.
For some moments she could not believe
her bewildered senses, but, at length, she
came to the sorrowful conclusion that she
I bad found ber way, In some mysterious man-
ner to ber loT.r's apartment, and that be was
too much inebriated to accompany her home.
The friend of Gharlee had found nim in this
condition and accompanied him to his lodg
ings, and he proffered at once his arm to) the
trembling girl, which was accepted. The
drunken ana now despised lover was looked
in his room with the strango woman, and
Pauline soon after bade her escort "ffood
night' at the door of her father's rcsidetice.
The result of this midnight adventure aiay
be readily imagined. The intimacy between
Charles and his betrothed was immediately
ended, and the friend who accompanied her
Dome alter tne denouement oi tnat somewlkM
remarkable farce, it is now said, occupies a
relationship to the dark-eyed blonde, which
in a few days will be changed to that of bus-
fjharles disappeared ery mysteriously Irom
the city when the story became known, and
It is probable will never return. He seems
to have some sensibility left, and let us hone
that his escape from marriage may make
amends for his shame, and that his experience
with somnambulists will lead him to abandon
the rosy god through a devotion to whom he
lost the love of a loveable girl.
Motto for a hypochondriac Sic semper.
The only exception to the rule "Delays
are dangerous," on is marriage-days.
When women trust men most, thev have
the least reason to trust themselves.
Diamond cut diamond a glazier's instru
ment against a woman's heart.
Letlret de cachtt are very justly called
by uncultivated persons Offers de catch-it.
Every remarkably industrious man mar
be said to have a dual (do all) nature.
Women, like fish, are often caucrht bv
having a line dropped to them.
-Nothing in the world can be more de
ceitful than a man except a woman.
According to bachelor horticulture, the
genuine domestic evergreen is a husband.
A good whaling ground the inclosure
of the prize-ring.
Feminine headache a fictitious disease
by which women seek to conceal their heart
The most elastic thing in nature, is now
ascertained to be a woman's conscience, and
tne naraest, uer noart.
Small bits of paper, as well as those of
greater dimensions, are otten kept np by
-No man becomes altogether danserous
to a woman until sne neueves no can do no
The course of true love, of which the
poets tell us, it is now discovered, has long
since oneo up.
Tho fair sex may have little heart; but
tuey nave more ot tne article tnan tno man.
The most direct method of determining
horse-power stund near and tickle his hind
legs with a briar.
Repairers of turnpikes are the most prac
tical of our modern reformers, because they
are always mending their ways.
No man of abstemious nrincinles should
cross the Atlantiq since, before he completes
nis voyage, ne must do nan-seas over.
It was a cruel satire, characteristic of
Americans, to call the Embassy, whom thev
lately inflicted so severely, the Japan-ease.
When a man who has paid a bill is
asked to take a drink, is it designed to show
that the creditor's claim has beeu liqui
dated? Our political exchanges are publishing
votes for their favorite candidates on various
occasions, under the head of "straws." They
should remember drowning men alone catch
Why is a man, employed to point the
name ot a nrm on a bouse, who falls and
breaks hie neck, like "Cardinal Beaufort" in
Shakspere? Because "he dies and makes no
A subtle metaphysician has said: "Do
you love me, means do you see the same
truth?" Probably the reason that persons
love each other so rarely then is because thev
can not see any trutu.
A fellow named Terry Flinn was before
the Police Court on Saturday, for drunken
ness, vagabondism and abusing bis tamily.
His conduct was a poor common-Terry on
An unprincipled disunion editor in the
South says he is about to "visit the country,
and lie in the shade." He need not go far ;
he. can lie anywhere, and, if necessary, under
the Bhade of nis own reputation, .
An up-town merchant kicked one Olias.
Mark out of his store, the other day, be
cause tne latter bad said ne was not punctual
in paying his debts. The merchant'sconduct
on the occasion should have convinced the
fellow of his disposition to toe the mark.
unaini oi uonsinicuon, ma nosa-maiuir
the City Passenger and Passenger Street Bail
YTttOU road Companies? resigned on Saturday, busi-
Pleasant Mopi or Pahbino a Sabbath
Hour. A number of city journalists and in
vited guests dined yesterday, bv invitation
of Messrs. Geffroy k Gibson, at the Qibson
House, when a huge sea green turtle was
served up in the most artistic style, in all the
varied ano most delicious forms Known to
their skillful chef de cuisine.
l he otner accompaniments ot a complete
repast were not wanting, any more than
those who, like Sidney Smith, regard a well
regulated dinner one of the great triumphs
ot civiuzeu lite, i ne neann ana continued
success of "our generous hosts" was-drank
in Deakars ot beaming tieinseicK, and tne
affair, thou eh of so practical a character, did
not pass off without a poetic glow and
roseate surrounding ot epicurean imagina
Pibsomal. John. O. Gallacrher. Superin
tendent of Construction, and Road-master
I aeas requiring bim in the East. Mr. G. was
a valuable and efficient officer of the roads.
and he carries with bim the best wishes
the officers and attachet of the Companies for
bis success in tne cast.
MaTtOROLoaioAL Obhsrvatiows By Henry
ware, uptician, July 8:
rtVlne.. BaromeTer. Theraumuler.
7 A. H W.l l ADOTO aero
II M.. M .2y.M Above aero
. r. at. ....an.14 AuoToa.ro
Heroic Win or a Ska-captain. One
evening last week the wife ot a sea-captain,
residing at Saybrook, Conn., was returning
from a viiit to a neighbor, when she was fol-
I lowed bv two men. She overheard them
1 say, "The captain is gone," and "there must
be considerable money in the house." The
lady, upon reaching home, concluded to await
the arrival of the parties who, she had
doubt, intended to rob the house during the
night. She had not long to wait, for
siefBU u tma a oumuiuu. tsuis iu unu tun
I door. Instead of complying she raised
I chamber window and inquired who was
eleven o'clock a summons came to open the
there ? No response came to this or further
inquiries, and she' told them to leave or she
would shoot them. Thev then tried to
an entrance by clambering upon a shed,
one ot them tell, and botn returned to the
front door, which thev attempted to force.
Tbe lady, taking a revolver in one nana and
a candle in the other, stood by the door
await the issue. In few minutes
I hnrclnra had broken It in. when she told
them that if they moved a step toward coming
into the house they were dead men. They
looked at ber, consulted together a few
minutes, and then went away, declining
take the risk. After the peril was over
returned to her two children, exhausted with
the tension to which her nerves and courage
had been subjected. Such a woman as that
is worth having in the house, and we regret
being unable to give her name. Hartford
A Spanish merino buck, owned by Wm
Olmsted, of Edinburg, in this State, recently
produced a fleece of wool, weighing nearly
seventeen pounoa. ,,
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ART.
Wood's Tbeatii. The dramatic seal ion at
this establishment cloaed m SataHay v eniaf
John Kllnler had a complimentary benefit on r rf toy,
which waa largely attended. Tha theater will be
opened about tha Bnt of Septsmbet with am entirely
oew company and while we earnestly hops It may
be bettor than tho last, we have only to aay that lt
faults will be stated, and, also, that tho toauafer will
not eocap critic tarn.
Tho provlnoe of a critic la tttud fault judlffonsly.
and, without reepact lo person, ho most pais) jrt
tnent upon the marluof a perform an oe regarding it
partly from an art standpoint, aud whoAy watram
meled by tho opinion of others or bio own syiapa
tbles. Tho practice of praising, In tha most fulsome
manner, actors and managers, tn thla olty, whether
they doecrve It or not, Is, wo an happvto Inform our
readers, to bo coMplotoly superseded by a gen til no
regard fur tho drama, which will not bo cheated by
any clap-trap, and will be jiurt though the dramatic
Arm amen t fall.
The best method to Improve is to And first wbsro
error la, that having once been wrecked upon
Charybdla, we may afterward know exactly how to
escape Hcylla. Hamlet onco deemed It necottsary to
bo cruel in order to bo kind; dramatic critics ar
always in thla position, and managers may on pact
their unbounded applause hereafter only when tit?
leave nothing with which fault may bo Jnstly Jband.
K at ion At, TitKATKa.JCutorpe, the graceful arose,
whose wreath of flowers la over fresh, and whose
voice hi always sweet, will preside during tho wk at
the National Theater through her representatives
the Now Orleans French Opera Company. While In
New Orleans, where they performed during the en
tire season, they were highly spoken of by the press
of that city, and their entertain menta worn largely
attended. We are not sure that the present company
la large as It then was, or as complete, bat we doubt
not tho dvarth of music that our cltiaona have been
compelled to endure will aid materitilly In run
dcrlng their present engagement quite, successful.
The programme for Tuesday, the opentng night, is
Robert U DiabU and La CkaU lttiamrpoM.
Smith ft Nixon's II all. Madam Siemimkl.
whose performances upon the flute, a few weeks ago,
created such a sensation among tha lovers of music,
wltl have a complimentary benefit, next Thursday
evening, at Hmith A Nixon's Hall. Hbo will be
assisted by Madame Rive, Miss Raachigi end Messrs.
War wood, Kunkel.aod Toaso. The programme for
the occasion has been carefully selected, and is quite
attractive, and, taking the claims of the btnejlciairt
Into consideration, will doubtleas attract a large aud
cultivated audience. t
A Wiiard Prince at Wood1 Tn at Tit. Robert
Heller, tho preatigiator, whose) performances in
Baltimore, Washington, and other cltlee In the
East, have lately elicited the warmest encontnma of
tho proas, will appear thla evening, at Wood's
Theater, In some of his moat astonishing feats of
legerdemain. If he be equal to his reputation, all
who delight In amusement of this kind will doubt
less be agraoably entertained by going with him for
a oouplo of hours to another world.
Amcscmknth Elsewhere. In all the leading cities
of the United States a midsummer dullness haa fallen
npon theatricals generally, and nothing Is trau
spiring worthy of note. Even In New York, where
everything succeeds, except Italian Opora, from Our
American Com in to the striped pig, there is nothing
new. aud tuoso thoaters that are open are doing a
very slender bus (n ens.
VAtUKTiKa.-A new composer, named Lulinl, lsn
gaged at Florence upon an opera founded on tbe
story of francesca di Rimini aa related by Daute.
It Is said to bo full of melody, which the more mod
ern composers seem wholly to have Ignored, aud a
duet between " Francesca ' and ' Paolo" is repre
sented as one of the most beautiful expressions of a
devoted and unhappy lore that has ever been writ
ten. An epithalamlum In the second act Is almost
marvelous In Its conception and contains euch a
blending of passion and tenderness as to apparently
leave no room for Improvement. As In Don-Juan,
the theme of the overture occurs In tha opera in a
variety of shapes and has the effect of reminding tbe
hearer of all that has gone before, at the same time
suggesting at each recurrence a new and beautiful
musical idea. The opera will be produced at Flor
ence some time during the coming season.
Martha 8. P. Story, the three-year old musical
wonder, has been giving public exhibitions In Boston,
with immense success. Her audiences, which have
been largo and cultivated, have expressed themselves
as amazed at the facility with which she Angers the
most rapid passages, and the artistlo expression
with which she plays, rendering every thing with
the full harmony, considerable spirit, and in perfect
The youngest daughter of Mario and Grisl died
in Brighton, England, on the 15th ultimo.
Rublustoin, the pianist, is going to finish his
opera In Venice.
It is said, and we hope with truth this time, that
Mr. Forrest will shortly reappear on the New York
. tiaievy nas comniencea a scries oi papers ln
the Ben's ConUmporain on the great French tenors
-The Mobile Ampl theater is to bo altered aud re
decorated in grand style. In Its new form, it will
seat double the number of persons. Mr. Nuffield
will be lessee and manager.
Thirteen years since, when Schumann's cantata.
PorodiM ami (At Ptri, was performed at Berlin, It
almost made a Jiatoo. It is now meeting with great
A M'lle Rlvay haa lately written au opera, which
will shortly be produced ln Paris, at the Theatre Ly
rlquo. Its name, Le Mariagt aux pes, Is tolerably
The Boston Theater Is advertised to let for one or
more years, from the 1st of September noxt. As it is
not advertised as the Academy of Music, It may be
presumed that this title is unpopular with a majority
of the stockholders.
The Italian papers are very demonstrative ln
favor of a rlsiug singer, the Slgnora Guerrabella.
Nature has gifted this young American with a fine
soprano voice. It Is only two years since she began
her career, and already she is au established
favorite, and greeted with the utmost enthusiasm
whorever she makes bar appearance.
The greatest living tragical poet of Italy, Glovan
Bat lota NIccollnl, now eighty years old, was lately
received by the King of Sardinia, at Florence. Ho
presented bli majesty with a copy of his Amatdo da
Brtecia, an historical tragedy, coudemnud by the
Court of Rome. This gift was graciously accepted'
and the poet complimented for his having foretold
the regeucratlon of Italy.
P. T. Barn um, of the Museum, and Mr. J. H
Nixon, of Nibto's Garden, have united the great
circus with Adam's California Menagerie of grlssly
bears, and with them will traverse Connecticut,
commencing next Monday. Wm. Mi bio, Esq., h
published a card, denouncing aU parties using his
uume or claim log to hail from bis garden, except
Mr. Nixon, whose circus Mr. Niblo asserts, is far su
perior to any other. Another circus has entered
Connecticut with Mr. Niblo's nam at the head ol
Douulas State Gomvbntion. A State
Convention of the frienda of Douglas and
Johnson, for toe purpose ot nominating au
nln..t.....l li,,l,Al P.i nnrnlil n 4a ilinaa rMnllaman
will be held at Louisville on the 11th oi
August next. A candidate for Clerk of the
Court of Appeals will, in all probability, be
no ruinate a at tne same lime.
City Politics. The City Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee have recommended that
the Democratic voters in the various wards
of the city hold their primary meetings on
Friday evening next (12th inst.), for tbe pur
pose of choosing delegates to a Convention
to be held at the Court-house on the follow
ing Saturday, to nominate candidates for
Mayor and Marshal. A warm contest between
tue uougias ana ureciuuriage men is anticipated.
Three omnibuses were running on this line,
yesterday, and each left this city filled with
passengers. The ride is a pleasant one, and
our citizens, togeiner wun tnose ot uincm
natl and Covington, are beginning to appre
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our readers residing west of Monmouth-
street, wno aesire to ossiBt tne needy ana en
courage tue persevering, we would say. pur
enase one ot tnose pictures or tne r residential
candidates to-day irom our carrier, f rice,
single copies, twenty-five cents.
To Our Patrons. ln consequence of our
carrier, Mr. Jones, being indisposed, yester
day mornintr. our subscribers received no'
paper. Thev will please excuse him, as he
hopes to be able VP serve tbetn regularly
NEWPORT NEWS. COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
Monetary and Commercial.
Monetary affairt wtll mora oa quietly this
week from nil atfpearaittVw, and little change Is likely
to take place In any financial rVature. The demand
fbr Money will probably be less than It waa last week,
aad Currency will bo doubt Increase more rapidly
than It has done of late.
The dnll nerhane the dullest emuon of thai
present here, and Hankers expect to do very little
more than receive Itaposit ana pay Checks for two
months to come. Thus far, however, there has been
more activity than la nsunl rtr was anticipated.
Mony. tli mi b somewhat close for several days
last wMk with two or three Bankers, is generally
very eany, and hotders of approved Tuner ran sell It
readily atHtVbio tr cent., while the Rankers say they
have fewer uflertugs than they would be pleased to
K lAtem kxchans ramaltit In flair Oawinaaa ltl.nH
much ectlviiy t previous rates- baying and X
pre in. selling.
Uld unlet; New Orleans Kxchang flat and nom-
, miiv jimic-uiii wj scain't) ana 10 oemand at
our last quotations.
I'ncurmit Money ha altered very little of lateithe
aratnt rateeol discount being : Indiana fltork H(i
hi Missouri 1; Iowa, Illinois, aad Wincnnsto i'Vi
Virginia (.except Wheeling Cftr and brenrkirwi V
Pennsylvania County Maryland Si Michigan
North and South Carolina, and ' WrrjrVe ; T-nninnco
rVP 1, VaUMAaV I , aiaUHII I 'fjtj. JUH i
Exchange and Coin are thee tooted atvpreeent:
New York Sight Hi&a prem. prem.
Philadelphia M n prriu. S prt-m.
jDosuin MemiH e prr-m. t prriu
nnikiiiiore....m...lMn.H.9'c mn pi
New Orleans S(W.Tdls.
k d is fa, oar
American Gold H prem.
The. imports of foreign Dry Goods at the port of
New York for the week, are nearly one million dol
lars less than for the corresponding period of last
year, aa will appear from the annexed comparison :
For las ml. 1D!IH. 1S.1. ICiAA.
Enterm! at thonort... 7:it..iai tz.t'kMi.ilO fll.77r..4.rA
Thrown on Market... (M2.1&6 2,3tttV3tt I,?1V,237
hmre Jan. 1.
ICntered at tbe oort...2n.W.Mn rW.t.tl 1A3.4.11 .W0
Thrown on Market... itt.&M.lSO 6e,2a,934 W.313..T7I
Friday evoiitug's New York JtturmU of Oota meres
has the following :
The Monuv market contlnuns active at the Im.
pruvement last quoted, but there is less anxiety on
tno part oi onrrowern, anu me nusiness is connucien
with lt'sa excitement than was noticed before the
open) off of t lie month, when Call-loans were first
disturbed. We quote :
Fir at. per mnnum.
Loans on cnll, stock securities MMWH A M 6
Loans on call, other irood securities it Mi 7
Prime fndorxrd bills, twwtiyto days ... fi.Sfrn 6
mine lnuorsca uiiim, (ao ,. nn , w ut
VlrHt-claHS sinirle siauaiures........... ... a tai 1
Other good bills..... 7 f
Names less known H t igilO
Foi-elgn Exchange Is comparatively quiet; Coin
merrlal Rills ar more abundant, and prices are
more irregular; bankers are asking the same rats,
but without drawing out any considerable demand.
Wc look for further shipments of rtpecieon Hatunlay.
The Stock market opened again In favor of the
holders, and the tendency was again upward.
Boston Boot and Hmor MAakM For thf see
sadiH(7 Juyft. The manufacturers have notso large
a stck on liand aa Im usual at this season, and the
renult Is that prices aro comparatively firm. A few
orders have bceu left iu dilterent localities, bnt not
enough to cause any undue exclteineut. and unless
a fair amount of goods he disposed of during tlie
present month, many manufacturers will shutdown
after the ft rut of August, and oulv make un ordtrt'd
work. Among the clearances for the week we notice
per ship Bold Hunter, for Melhonrne, 2Mb reare, val
ued at llu.Iity. Total nhlpiueiiU by rail, IVf-M cases.
Total shipments of Boots and Shoes, by rail and sea.
i or me wuea, caHes. naos unn vrunyr ttep.
SATURDAY EVENING, July 7.
FLOt'Il The market has not changtnl In any
imnoriaiK nanicuiar me uemana irom i(ie cuv
trade was rather better: the sales comprint' l,3no
Dris at JH 7a.4H2 for old extra, and W HH& for
extra tn fancy brands, frosli grouud.
WUISKY-The market is dull, and He. lower;
salvs of l.IfclO brls. at I7fei;'-c., tha latter rate for
No chHtieo ln the market, which
continues quiet, but as Arm as heretofore, though
for Bacon aud bulk Shoulders a shade below the
raws aufctea woum be accepteu: wo quote mess Fork
at $19, Bacon at 9 and lie, and bulk at 8 aud loc.
There is more demand for keg Lard, with sales of
2,200 kegs at tfc, an advance; it Is now held
OI IV-Sales of f.o brls. Linseed at fll 'ra2c.
GHOCKR1K8 Tha market in unpfiaaiiMil. and
steady, with a moderate demand : sales of buger at
tK$9c. .MolaSHOel at 44(&4tc., and CorToeat H',IV.
WHEAT There was a fair demand from the In
terior to-day. and a better feeling prevailed, but
without any quotaule change In prices. We quote
prime white at 81 11 20, aud prime red at $1 Ut
ill. rwtltJai UI UU UUBUBIa) PTIlUt) IWI at VI IU.
CORN The demand for ear continues aood. and
the ngtrket is firm at 48c. in bulk; shelled u dull at
4Mc. for mixed and white: aales eou bushels ear,
in bulk, at 43c.
OATS The market was dull, and prices lo. per
bushel lower, closing at 3'c, In bulk: sales of SOU
bushels. In sacks, at 44M
RYE There was a fair demand, and the market
ciosea steauy ai lOiWitH-.,
BARLEY The demand Ih limited and the receipts
trifling; prices are nominal at Hftc. for prime fall.
HAY IS aw Is in fair demaud, and the market la
steady at Sl3t&16 for prime, in bales; old lain fair
demand at 9)tt for prime.
CHEESE The market remains dull and nn
chungi'd; we quote prime Western Reserve at 7 .Sc.
BUT TE ft -There is a fnlr demand for Western Re
sorve at H(alSc, with light receipts; Central Ohio is
dull at lml2e. for prime to choice yellow, and eo. for
New York Market.
New York. Julv 7 P. M. Ashes Pots
a shade firmer: sales of SO brls. at $i5 06'; Pearls
steady at 8-" vales of 30 brls. Cotton without
matiriai cnanye. saies ui wn naies ai iu?c. ior mia-
111 UK t.atla xi'i-f. Fkrill t.a.r-d vrstls M.aato Joavau. J
for trcrih around common and medium iinules. and
at a slight improvement in prices, bnt the market
afterward became quiet, and closed rather dull at
yosteraay s ngures: sales oi 13.500 brls. at 5 nws 30
for supf-rOne State; 4.V35ti for extra Sute; Km
i 26 for superfine Western; s 64 for common
to medium extra western; 50 iJi&o ao ior shipping
brands extra round -hooo Ohio. Canadian Flour
quiet and seady: sales of 4.M) brls. at t5 15f7 25 for
supernne; j-hmhi oi ior common 10 cnoice exira.
Bye Flour in moderate request at 13 AO for common
to choice supernne. Whlbky dull aud rather heavy:
sales at 2lHc. with buvers at 21 c.
Wheat opened quiet and unchanged, but toward
the close of Change, holders, in viuw of the scarcity
aud high rates of freight, were'compelled to accept
lower prices: saies nits ne is winter reu western
at l Af4(Xil :w: 3rS.IIM M WaUK Ulllll mt XI Xtil 31!
800 white Michigan at SMS; W.800 Chicago spring,
) l f v. ad, rtuu in iTUiaiuuui uu V aairjr VCI 1A1B .
4,i"i ijanaua uiud on private terms, itye quiet at m
(ftiC. uariey auu ana nominal, uorn verv quiet:
suies .a.oini oiwuen 4ui o.-xfuooc. ior gooa ana Bounu
mixed W'cHtern, closing at &c. for stiund, die. for
sound yellow, ana nw. ior white western. Oats
plenty aud dull at 37fd,40c. for Western aud Canada,
and 4(g)4lc. for State.
nops auu ai (rigriuc., as in quamy, ior ipw, wun
Puik auiet and firm : sales of 300 barrels at
fj!9 for new mens; $16 12 for old mess; $17 76 for
thin wen; $14 for new prime, and $12 Ml for old
prime. Beef dull and unchanged: stilus of 823 brls.
ut StifrU as for country nrlmm IU fcWffi.'i for coimti-v
mesa; 51U M for repacked mess, aud $11 O0dl2 60
for extra mess. Beef Hams very dull aud nominal.
with small sales, at siimuia lor western, ana s.0(i,12
for State; prime mess Bonfdull and nominally mi-
chauKetl. Cut Meats very scarce and nrm, with
smallsaleaat lOc. for Hams. Shoulders nominal
atsiirt)yc. Lard Arm, with fair demand: sales of 6M
nru. at iz'Jifiiia jtc. dhcou auu ana out oi season
Butor continues dull aud unchauged at lootAc.
for Ohio, and localise, for State. Cheese steady at
(feioc. for inferior to prime.
he Coffee market remained firm: aales since our
last of 400 bags Costa Kica at 14 '4$l4.ie., ai,d 1,000
ban Java on private terms. Molasses quiet: aales of
38 TihdrJ. aud 17 tie reus Porto Bico at attfe., and at
hhdi. Barbadoea at 3Ar3t)C. Hunr ateadr: sales of
suobhds., cnieny iUDa, aiiij.
The Ohio opposite this port continues to
swell, but was coming up very slowly yesterday,
having risen during the twenty-four hours ending
last evening, when It was nearly stationary, only
about three or four Inches, making a channel-depth
between here and Louisville of some seven feet.
We were attain visited with heavy rains, thoush
of brief -duration, yesterday morning; but about
noon the heavens cleared and the sun shone, and we
had beautiful weather, which though hot, was quite
cool for this locality and season.
un tne L,anuinff vesteroav. oi course, tue usual
Sabbath quietness prevailed. Nothing was diing
tlieru except on board of the few departing packets.
Kates for freight, which continued very scarce, re
nmined without alteration.
The Louihvillb Canai. Knlasukmrnt. The
Board of Director, of the Loulsvi lie and Portland
Canal, says the Louidvllle Uoartsr, held a called
meeting the other day In reference tu tue enlarge
ment of the Caual. The report of Mr. Bcowdou, the
eniriiiAer. sivinff his ant I mutt of the nrobable cost,
plaus, Ac, is to its handed iu next Tuesday week, to
wuicn urn me Doaru aojourneu.
lu the meantime, thev have decided, with the full
concurrence of the engineer, the super! uteudeut of
inn iniu. aTin oinuiH wen Terneti iu iiucn niaiieni,
that the now locks shall be three hundred aud titty
feet In length and ouly eighty feet wide inside of the
walls. That is wide enough and inure than lung
suongn ior any ooai anoat, ur in coarse oi construe
linn on tha Wantem Watuni.
The Kclirwe. nuw aoue. was a few feet loncer than
the uew locks, but the opinion is universal that no
one will ever tuluKol coustructtn anotner EcllDse,
She wus too long, uuwtuldly, and unprofitable. The
Telegraph Ho, I and Htrader are uow the largest
boats ou the rivet', and the slatTUolla, John Slmouds,
New Uncle Sam, and Atlautic are, we believe, the
widest, and each aud an of those coutu reaatiy
Uirouxn tne new loose.
Friday's Memphis papers observe :
The Klver coutlnuea to swell rapidly at the rate
of fully ten inches in twenty-four hours. The Ar
kaaas, as we learu from tbe officers of the botak
Bond, is still declining, with three feet scant to Pius
blurt md thirty inches theuce to Little Rock. White
Klver is also tailing slowly .
The weather continues hot and dry, Wednesday
being perhaps the most oppressive of the season,
while last evuuiug the heat waa most insufferable,
the mercury at ft o'clock indicating a temperature
of 42 degrees on tho shady side of Main-street, not
withstanding this, however, there was a fair show of
business at the levee.
The Cumher'and River at Nashville was still de
elluiug on Friday, with twenty Inches water on the
shonls. , , . . , , ;
Friday's Now Orleans Delta Informs us:
Business has remained about the same thing, since
our last report gave up the right to have nothing to
do. Arrivals for the last two days have been but
very few. The Falrchlld aud Raine both came from
Louisville with flue trips. The Catahoula arrived
from Ouachita with a few bales of cutiou and some
cotton seed. Yesterday was graced with the ttrst
bale of new cotton of the season. It was brought
over from ludlenola by the steamship Charlos Mor
gan. It was raised by a gentleman of Victoria
County, Tex., and is Intended for the New York
market. This makes au earlier date by tweuty-four
days, than last year's new orop,
Eloquent Address of Victor Hugo on the
the evening of the 16th of June, at a
jmblio meeting at Jersey to provide fbr a
OaHbaldi subscription, Victor Hugo was
present, from Guernsey, and delivered ft
most brilliant popular oratldm bDoa tha anb-
Ject of the Sicilian. Revolution, .We maka
Let there be around thai rallant man, who
is standing erect there in Palermo, a fire on
every mountain in Sicily- light on erery
bight in Europe. 1 have pronounced the
word. Tbe tyrants! Have 1 exaggerated T
Have I calumniated the Neapolitan Govern
ment? No wordsl Here are the facta
Pay attention! This U living history, bleed
ins; history. Tha Kingdom of Naples that
Kingdom which now occupies our thought
had but a single Institution the polios.
Every district baa its cudgeling commission.
Two sbirri Ajoasa and Maniscaico reign
under the King. jUoesa cudgels Naples
Maniscalco cooVels Sicilv. But tha rnrim.1 1.
merely a Turkish weapon. This Qovarn
ment bat, la addition, tb. instrument of tie
inquisition torture. lea, torture! Listen."
A sbirro, Bruno, binds tbe accused with the
bead between tbe legs until be confesses.
Another sbirro, Pontillo, fixes him npon an
iron (rating, beneath which he lights a fire.
This is called the Burning Chair. Another
sbirro, Luigl Haniscelco, a kinsman of the
chief, hat invented an instrument into which
the arm or the leg of the victim it introduced;
a screw it turned, and the limb it crushed.
This it called the Angelic Instrument.
Another suspends a man by his hands and
feet, between two walls, and then Jump, upon
him and dislocates bis body. There aro also
thumb-screws for crushing tbe fingers, a
tourniquet for pressing the head, an Iron
ring with a screw, which almost forces the
eyes out of the head.
Sometimes a victim escapes. A man named
Casimiro Arismano was one of these; hit
wife, hit tout, and daughters were seised
and placed upon tbe burning chair. The
Cape Zafferana touches on an arid beach. To
this beach the sbirri bring sacks. Each sack
contains a man; it is plunged into tbe water,
and kept there until the man no longer
moves. It it then taken out, and ho it com
manded to con fete. If be refute he is plunged
in again. Giovanni Vienna, of Messina, ex
pired in this manner. At Honreale an old
man and his daughter were suspected of patri
otism. The father died beneath the whip;
the daughter, who was pregnant, was strip
ped and flogged to death I Gentlemen, there
is a young man of twenty-one years of age
wbo does these things. This young man it
called Francis II. This takes place in the
country of Tiberius. It it possible ? It it "
true. The date 71880 the very year in
which we live. Add to thit tbe fact of yes
terdayPalermo crushed bv bomtxhella.
Hooded with blood, massacred. And again
this frightful tradition of tbe extermination
of towns, which teems the maniacal rare af
a family, and which in history will hideously
unbaDtise this family, and chanira Rnnrhnn
into Bomba. Yes, a young man of twenty-
uu. vuiuiuiui mi mew uttcu. oi aarane it.
Gentlemen, 1 declare to you that I feel my
self struck with a profound pity when think-
!n a .Kla mI..u1.I. . .. ' iiti . .
"ft". ,uw iuikisuio iy .mr, wnamor
rorl It is at an age when others love, and
hope, that tbit miserable creature tortures
And Garibaldi who and what ia fori.
baldi? He is a man, and nothing more; but
he is a man in the sublimaat ursni.tinn nf
the word the man of humanity. He is, at
hit fellow countryman, Virgil, would term
him, Vir. Hat he an army? No; a handful
of volunteer!. Hat h munitions? Nona.
Hat be powder? A few barrels only. Hat
be cannon? Thoae of tbe enemy, where,
then, it bis strength? What causes him to
conquer? What does he bear about bim?
Tbe soul of peoples! He goes he runt bit
march it a stream of flame; hit handful of
men terrify the regiments; his feeble weapons
are enchanted; tbe bullets of hit riflet check
the cannon-balls; be bean with him revolu
tion, and from time to time, in the cbaot of
tbe battle, amid cloudt and lightning, like a
Homeric hero, we see him behind the goddess.
However obstinate may be tbe resistance,
tbit warfare is astonishing by its simplicity.
It it the assault of a man upon a royalty.
His swarm floats in the air around him:
women throw flowers at hit feet; men fight
singing; the royal army fleet. Tbe whole of
this adventure it epic; it it brilliant, formida
ble and charming like an attack of beet.
Behold those radiantstaget of the march, and
I predict to you that not one of them shall
disappoint tilin ln tbe Infallible fortunes of
tbe future. After Marsala, Palormo; after
Palermo, Messina; after Messina, Naples; after
Naples, Rome; after Rome, Venice; after
The London Times on English Justice to
The London Timet of the 21st nit. haa
lively, but in tome respects a very disingen
uous leader, suggested by a pamphlet lately
issued at Paris by Densu, entitled La Qwt-
wm jTianaauc. . ne uesign or tne auinor la
manifestly to convince the civilized world
and Ireland, that it it a greatly abused coun
try, unaer cngnsa ruie. its puDllcatlon at
thit time is undoubtedly intended to stimu
late enlistments in the Pope's army, among
the Catholic copulation of Ireland. W
should judge from the extracts given by the '
raria vurre.puuu.vut oi tne 41ITM., mat It It
a very ciumsey ana somewhat absurd com
pilation irom older writers; but here and
there it exhibits a ray of light as to tha
happy relations which have for centuries ex
isted between England and her restless pro-
The main object of the Timet iust at nras-
ent is to prove to the discontented people of
Ireland and to the British nation, that Ireland
enjoys wonderful advantages from the liberal
policy of England toward her, and that her
sons had much better stay at home than join
bus xapau irviuua in uaiue array aframsi tne
Roman people in their struggle for free insti
tutions. It thinks that the Irish volunteer
and tbe Pope will be mutually disappointed
when brought within sight of each other iu
Roma. On the one side, the pay and provis
ions will be slack, and on the other side, it it
preaictea mat tne insn win not render them
selves particularly lovely in the eyes of tho
Head ot the Church by their peculiar traits
of temper, their violence, and quarrelsome
ness, wnich make them, except when servini;
in tbe British army, more dangerous to their
own officers than to the enemy.
To show how fairly Ireland is treated in
the distribution of honorable employments,
the Timet speaks of the present Prime Minis
ter of England as an Irishman, as if an acci
dental swallow made a summer. It omits to
state, however, that Palmerston it a Protest
ant if be is any thing in the way of religion,
and that his elevated position aflurds bnt very
little hope of political preferment to any of
much the larger portion of tbe people of
Ireland. The Taws of England operate pretty
equally upon the Protestants of Ireland; but
they form only a small proportion of the
population of the country, ana npon the ma
jority, we.n enforced, they operate oppres
A LovisCHASosDwiTHViLLiiMT. A man
named Ring has been arrested and held to
bail ln the sum of $2,000, on a charge of hav
ing attempUd to procure an abortion upon
the pt rson of a girl named Mary W. Stevens
at Acusbnet, Mats. Ring bat been keeping
company with the voune lady for tome time
past, ana finding that an. was mctinte, on .
Tuesday he tent her from New B.dford, a
two-ounce vial containing oil of cloves, a
portion of which the took that night, and on
the following morningshetook the remainder,
Shortly after; tbe was taken violently sick,
and ber life was despaired of. Ring became
alarmed at thit state of thing, and left town,
but was subsequently traced to hit father
house in Williams town, Vt, where be wat
MomciTi and Slavm. The New Orleans
Delia sayt in a late issue: "Perhaps if tbe
African monkeyt were transplanted to ,
Louisiana sugar and cotton plantations,
where it would no longer be necessary for '
them to climb trees to escape from tbe lion,
the tiger, the leopard and monster serpents,
and where those would thriv but wbo could ,
best digest pickled pork and Indian corn-
bread, they wuld, by a process of natural
and artificial selection, b. converted, into
tolerably fiur fieldJiandt." (