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r'WANT, ,'r) MkLH," t Ftlk ASMS.'!
"LOBT," "fOUND," "BOARDING." Ao.-Ad.
Vertleemants trrm inn ndr Ce-ee hearting, aot
Seeding tv II, will be Inserted twice for '13 mat
m w . ..-.u . ma.
rjHiwMfi, will rlv t'tKl
wages. Invt.rr M III Wnf N.nth-fitrr.. Jy 10
ww honfU'work. Inquire mi ilH Wimi Mntii-fi.,
(I Vtu0i- Box
8 .Ml--. AddriNui K. R.
lirANTI.D-A III rOTr PAf'KFTt -
-Ar'r to '
JvlO-b lUtnllton rMid Pottery, hp-it of Elm -ft.
lafANf Rll HITll ATfOM- 1'r a ftirl. to do
ww rhniitt-nr-work.. Apply at nirth-caot rorncr
01 ropiar ann ijinn'KHit jyni o
aM.OOO. MnrtOTef Notwi and
V V l
WANTKII-A YMTNU I A lVro U liwuonn
on thf piano. To a cmnpftcnt prnmn, a llb
rri Hnlnry anl p"rmatioHt vitimtion will 00 sivrn,
II, M., I'n-Hrt (Hl)ro,
ff OAK DINf J-Ttroalnulf frntlfmn tun (Mrnrt
hml front ruNin. wfth hoard. ItTanrWtfl
ot anpiyin ar na 117 ijiinwni.-Hirffr,
1'iwpon aim anu rrini. rin iiiirm-rnif , jyn-o""
WA NT K O A i I It L To doth ffrneral hnnw
wftrk ot a nmall fantilr In (,'ovinitto. Munt
rnnip well m-omntondi4
Onll at t3 Wulnnt-Rt.,
WANTKn"A frwmore AO K NTS, to arfl th- I
w HiiinortKTCi nution m inn i.ne 01 i.tnnain.
InrR- rotmnii-H-a allOwM. BKOAOKHH A CA.'
jyio-b 51 Went fourth, np ntalrn.
If A NTK l)--Twontr
mart, ntrtrottc, youwn
T pM-11. aa travel I UK Atnt ;
1. u rriiiia na'iii. can niHKn inini
to tF"r dv. luMiirwttl HH Wnt Sixlh-Ht.. opao-
f hp 1 1 11 iipu niiin n'wi mini iinnr. m.
jylMf JAIWWH F. RAYMOKK AXJ
rArNTKI-A;KNTM-Konr artlrF ad anar-
v ut'tic afcntM to wlrm thirty dollain pr month '
will lMtftVfn. with travclliis I'Idciiimi paid. Aanlv I
it H.H.n, Nt. Bank limltln, No. 8 Wt Thint-
HKRVANT.OIRL8 For hona-
work. uori waiter for a aaloon. A to. Hvtn
Inuitly ineo fir rarioutt vittiHtionH. Perama nodina;
rmploymt'iit ran Ims uuitt by calling at tho Om
iihTi nil lntvlliKi'nce and 0ut;iul Culltxtora' OlTl,
iv o. .IHO intra-arpniig. jyi-b
IVANTRn-BOAKIINQ-A rmmir man winha
WW Boarding in a prlrnt lannly. nrtwecn Vino
and Bn a'l way and Fourth and Eighth-streeti.
, hub oim-e,
WANTKI A aiMid German or Enullnh IRL,
to do general houaework hi a amall family.
One who ran come well recommended, will hear of a
good aitiintion, hv applying ut lH'i Hixth-atreet, be-
tween Hacoand Klni. T. L. HAItl'KH. jylO-DT
mmrANTED-TKN CKVT8-Ya te tengo dlcho
ww HDtea de ahora muchna Tecea, that you are
turn or getting a good iiKenene ir itu crmn, at
JOHNHON'H Uallry, Nlutli and Main, and every
Kim, ui raHc or traine at low piicrB. uooa wora.
WANTED-Men Meklng Htnatlone aa clerks,
Balrrto)t'tl, book-koep4ni. hnr-keepera, portere,
Hipem. merhanira, laborers, and others, ithould ap-
iy hi me merrnania uirKK' negnfry umce, no.
ViH Walnut wtreet. tjyH'-h) H ALB A CO.
lirANTED-A Voman and her hmiband rwith-
out rltililreii) to take rare of a ho une Dleas
antly pltuated in the weatern part of the city, for eix
or eight wet'fcn. Address Look 1
l Box 337, Poatofhco.
with name and relcrenoe.
-Mail ecoute bten le
mtrolt'M auc ie vala ta dira. llv vlnitinc JUHN-
HON'8 tiallry, Ninth and Min, you may be sure of
ine im!MT Rltiu or worn, ana can purrnaae cwwn ai
lower prlcee than emewiiera. rman iiKneaaea iuc.
VifANTRD-A nilddteaged lady, of a kind na-
T ture, to take charge of a boy-child, atout one
and a half veara old. which it ta den Ira hie shonld be
token to the hill-aide, or lome healthy location, for
whir-h eke will he well polu. intiutre at on west
tip aUira. . jyiU-D
IVANTKD- VK8T-BA8TERS-At 00 Rlch-
t w mund at. jeg-ty
Hix glrla to new on coata and one
to run antacbine.
inquire at jvo wnimit-
et., tuurth etory.
WANTKD At the Soutligate Houae. tl
fctoyd chamber clrls and one wash girl.
jy-b P. M. HA.HI B, Pioprletor.
A Tonnsr iiian with 75. to aaaiat li
WW a pleaaajit boninuiH. .
t liUHinutri. . Also aevenil von uu men
for various klnda of buaineaa. Peranna can obtain
employment bv giving notice at the Agency, 79
1 hlrd-Mt , noar Vine, up at lira, third atory. jyv-v"
tTANTED-A nood Gurman. Knulieh or Amer-
icair arvant, to do general hoiutowork In a
mnalt family. Apply at 70 TnVFarland-wt. jyT-d
llf AMTTJ!!! Four ftmnrt. fttiarirntlc men. with
gixnl buMlnca capiirity, to whom good wgos
M ill be paid. Apply at Kootu, 9 JJur'a Building,
IT VTl' II . A flrwt.i-a Miifg0 Marhfua. with
ww lour or aix cutter : also a email Hleam-en-
glue of about two-home power, and a boiler (vertical
preferred) of four or Hit horee powrr. Any perwon
Iiavine all. or nart. to dlaoone of. either new or aec-
oiul-hand, may add rem Hx 90'i, P. 0., stating
oii-e, leruis ana wuere iwy canine w?o. yjro
WANTKD-1,000 MEN-To sell new and
HiMoiHlid (A Ml' A ION MA PA and ROOK8.
Alao to cireulato, by aulaicrlptlon, several popular
i-ubscriptiou booka. For tulk iwrtirulire, call upoa
or addrvM mai'K K. UAUi., hook ana map
j'uoiiuer, a weat oirrtn-at.. up ataira. jyo-r
"M lfA NT Kit Part laa wlahlnir to dltmoaa of Little
tT Miami or Columbus and Xenia Railroad
Hiorka can aarure theliigheat market price by in-
ti UHiiug the aale of then t toe care ot tue nnuer-
Coiuiuaaiin roaaonable. Addreaa
W . C. M. BAKER, Xenia, Ohio.
IirANTFIHA HOUKE-On Walnut Hilla, of
T uot loa than live rooma. Addreea, giving lo
cation. rent. Ac, Lock Box No. 497, P. O. jy-h
WANTKD-A I10118EK KE PER One that can
tako charge ot a small houae and child three
inonthrt oia. none need apply ouiy tiioae 01 aarici
mutait: age petween iweniy-nveanaiiiinynve. ah-
ilreas 8. K., Box 146. Middletowu, Ohio. J l-h'
SVTANTKD-A fow more good Business Aaenta.
t v riL-iid urn ronta in atauios. iv man. to diii
' 1,191, t-inrimiati. Ohio, and yon will receWe a clr-
: cular. with lull Information. A Ane oitenlua for all
who re out -of emplofinoDs. No better can be
lound. i jena-H
WANT K l - ATTENTION - Important Secret
for Married Ladfes.Mr. BUHLEIOH, M.
0., will lecture on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
and FHIDA Yri, at 11 o'clock A. M.( at her oflVa,
ii irth-eat corner of Race aud Blxth-ata., Room ho,
2. t)on Kill tat ion hour front 9 A. M.to 2 P. M., or
through the Postofllce. Mra. Burleigh haa brought
from Luropn remeillea for femaiedlsoaaeA which give
poaiuvu ami inimeuiaie ruiiui. jeu-i
IOIt HALK-A Hue Kuiglit TwmpUtr'a UEOA
. L1A, uuw auil at half price, inquire innno
hateiy at the office ot the Dennihon Houae. jyiu-b
4R SAI t BPH1NKH8-A very profit able
aU buiiueMa. well-eatablitihed and HP aucceHalul op-
Uilll ll!H ft MUIU 1
Apply to W. 11.
KlOlt MALE-HOUSES AND LOT8-In all mrls
bl ot the city. Alaoa uumberoi ueautuui ana very
aluuble country atuttt. AUo a large number ol
. aim., by W, U. PUILLII'8, fell Wdt Thud-st.
armi HAL R OR TRADE On eaav teruiaaftrtt'
K1 ciAHH Hotel, doing a good buaiuetia anil is well
ocatr'l; the bur la In excellent condltiou and cau
jay the expense, of the whole bouse. Apply at the
tinnier inl lutulliMence aud Uoueral tolleitpra.
iWue, 3 Ml Central afanue. 1 ' jylu y
srkR M r.R-R AT.OON Htock. Llunora. Bar Fix
ft.1 turea, tilatittwara. complete, of a tirit-claan 8a
.oon. doing a paying biiBlueha An uxt-elU'iit chance
o get into the, buoinea. Apply to MALE A i O..
IH-Walnut strott. - ' jJl"
'fOK SAIE-OU0CKRY-In a pleasant part of
bl' -tne city, U'Uiig a gooa uuumw, wiin a inrra
.irirkiM. Will Im kuibt low IT unnlii-J for aoon.
t'nll at tne aoutb-eaat ooruer of Uichuioud and
Mound-streets. . jyiu-u
A Coffee and Dining -aaloon, no
hiiMlneHH. Will bu sold low. US th(
A? tloinK ftgutxl bmlnotHi.
iToprirtor is going to leave the city. Ipumre at (lie
( alidouiau8hadus,199 Vino-st.. above IUh.
IJMUt HAIiK-40 ftfree of lanil, ntieii mllef
1 fr m tliu rilybytljo L. M. Uuilruiwl and ttiir
len by tiirnpUiHtiiie-hulf mile from MlHiuivllle
Would make a deniable country rHidence.
Kix BA'i'eB cleaved,
near the place.
lmiuira o B1MK0N
BAIN DIC ltd,
A it At 1 1 fltiM-k i.f (.roonrlafl. 14a-
tioiiM and VariMv ItooriM. with thu nood ill of
a woll-etitabllahed buuinfrria, aud nva yeai-e lease on
ftore. Also, a good Bullillng Lot In the moat Im
proved partof tue Lity. The proprietor being com
pclled to ijult buslneMi, will offer Hie same on very
In vor tilths terms, s'oi furthr Information apply at
thecorncr ot Third and Gieeuup-streota, Covington,
try will be Uken ty part payment. jy.u-f
tiMUt SALB-uKOCEBY-A retail grocery. In
' plea-ttui par. 01 w wr om
i.m. will ba AUild low. it applied lor avou. 0i
4 f'J Nintli-at., wewtof Carr. ya;.T.
ViUR 8ALK Hteam Engine and Boiler, now In
iuat .a. tfH ana 01 " UY , .7
tuor can baaeu at any time. Kugiua Cyuwder,
lot has diameter, stroke 8 Pmu governor aua juuaon
t.tlve atucliod, and caai-iruu twd. Boiler Ltugiu,
X:k'T' ""HABHIUOil A WILSON.
OHT 8omwh.r !' ' tb orer of Main
.171 ThirT... . n! tha Coviinttiu rurrr-boot.
n bundle la follow pPr jiapiwr, coiitAiulug
r.U?k Alo 00AT. ilio. finder f will very
hlliie Hie owner bf oonveyiiiK Information to tb
l .iviuatou P. 0.. whore It may be louua. .
charge fcnuuirer.j ,
r OHT-"Hatnrday mornlntf. on the street, a brown
li Kioer Package, contiulng an aocounl-liooli ol
k Uuicb, wllb a uomber of M-imlH ana o-
F, iuiU., alio Miner llr. r."' ,""ll
Km'. iriil M.uJecliln A KaMllton'e. corner
U.lli aud Main; or K. Mrown A tW a, HV l"oail-t.,
'! " . r. ... Lr..i w.i.,i.,llc-.iilii . arcal lator
aoui i- ..- T7- 7,-.,,
and tiaiUliauiy rw-M " '" -
3M)R R ENT ROOMA fnrnlnhwl tYnnt room
borhood, clotxi'tv bua.nti. TprniK mixori
irnon nqnlTH. Atldrpr, Ht. M., Box IHfll
pOR R FNT-
-In 7oTlnfftoB. Ky.. tl- DwHI-
lux. CoutAtliltiff lfn rnnntH. hall, fln ollr
Qtntorn. tout ni otn?r convntpncflu, in II nC order.
IHtliKhtriil locution. ft. iB'iulm of TollMollrtor
i CTin(rton rnd of Ltrhtng BrMtrf .
FOR RKNT-X Brick DwIUn, of nln roomn,
with vmn and wtr. corner of Krnnklln ami
Itmariwav. itont ftAO. Aim a Rrick twlllnff on
Kant l.ilMrtv 11A-iif m
Apilj to J. V. XlXiMBIiK, Ninth and Broadway.
I RPTeo room.
FOB KKNT-KRR1DKNUR-30 Perry-at,, Be
tween Tliim and Centrl-av. and fourth end
Fifth: also, third and fourth floors of lp Wott
rourtn-stiv.f, ratt.uip ror Mip.-monut. Apriy to
KALI'll M. CKAC KKN,t thtl.ltrrpl.w. jy;-d
WTTn KTKAM POWKR-Atl or
V' nart 1
artof tho building aouth-f ant oornar of Plum
trm. A'faptrd to ntaniifarturinR If jAit ni
un or without yam -room, nuort or kitn
trd to ntamifartiirinR Mgni nmchliipr
nr HanoHtarai impirmnnts.
KITM, on Hip pH-ml"-.
Apply o THOM AH n.
OAROINU Two or threo ingn ffntlmnn
tan kw acr-nmtnodatcd with biatrd and lodstna
at 31 Flfth-t..abov John. i7-d
A UCTfON SAIjK By JACOB QRAPP A VO,
r iiniiiurn at Aaction. un
n will icll the
MORNING, July 11. at 9 nclork
Fnrnltuni of a femll;
north aid of Ntnth-trt,
frond hnnaa wiwt of Freeman, comlnting of IniUa-
lion roaword Aodiahta. do. Cbalra, do. RorklnK
chain maabU'tija (Jntr-tablA Ijookina-alaM. Win-
dowKhndt'H, Oil Paint liiffK, 8wina Marliitif, Parlor
ann (jiianiopr 1 arpeta Itpintnaii", unttntnd-nurrftiiK,
Wah-atmniUtTahla, Fatnor BhL Matllnjr, Cr-h,
Ohalm, liouufta, liuin-talle, Dininaaod lea War.
CookiitK-atovt) and Kitchen Furniture.
IAUOII URA r, AllCtlOItW,
JylH H Kaat Fourth Hitreot. '
KAT,R.-Rr KKT,r,(KWl A Wll,
-Bale-rooma 2'J and 44 Kart Third
atroPt. Larfra and Rpgnlar Pawnbroker') ntf of
1 hrrd-m.-.l rlrdBm.un TH II KolA I MUBN lfiU.
Jnlyl2,at9 o'clork. a valuahlo atck of tiuld ana
Bilrer N atchea. Uold Chains, LockeU, Jawalrr. Ao.
ALSO A great Tai irty of Uvnta' and Ladiea' Wear
Inir Attnartd. Drv tiMHtH. Ac.
Tho goodi will b fur exhlbttioa on the afternoon
pre v. oil to the aale.
A. KKLLOOO, Auctioneer.
A VrTION 9A1.B-
1 1 o 1 n . a. niurm a
-Special and Peremptory Sale of
;m i3 Pearl-at.-
XOU canea noota, Bnorn, naia ana jape ai anciion.
On WRDNKHDAY MOKNINU, July 11. at 9 o'clock,
at our aalea rooms, 2H Pearl-at., withont any re-
anrve. for raan. in tlia lot will na round an rai
Men 'a Onera.Uonrref and Patentleathor Boota:
CHiwa Women's tine Grafn, Knanicled J. L. nee)
UtMtta'. 40 raaea Men 'a and B011' Kinuoota: 12 canea
Lad tet tine iiceled uaitere : z. canea tioya nne i air
10 caaea Men Calf and Buff P. ti. Bnigana.
AlHO A rood atock of Lad lee' MiaHee' and Ch 11-
aren a rine nort, oiippori. uay bwm, i-nitnii
ioamer nnooa, ac, an eeaaonaoie ami in auinauu.
ALHO-Will be added and fold without any re-
aerre, M doeen Mon'a and Boys' Cloth and Ca
mere vane ; m dozen men aanj uoya' raim 111
1 9o rflM Htraw fooda.
I Tliia aale la worthy the attention of the trade, aa
the atock la Ueeirable and intuit be eohi. The gooda
are now open ior examination. jye
ANYTHING TO SELL?
ADVERTISE IN THE
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
T KHS rOMPMCATION T HAW ANT
I M-A other offered, does tiiree or four kinds of work
that no other machine can do,
At the Low Price of Thirty Dollars
Can be had at 146 WAL.NUT-8T..
Four doora below Fourth-at,
Thoae who wtah to hny, plenae call before purr hag
u. n. Jiiauui a iionaa,
a(. KtTTRCOOB. AUO. A. BKMNBTT.
B. KITTREDQE A 0O.
134 MNN-ST., CIN., 0.
FIf TPlnf1!" Jb VAT flAf
AV1I lAkCjUUEi Vb r UliOU Jlf
69 8t Caajrlea-at., New Orleajia, Lau
IM P0BTBA1 0V
GHuati And Bpoitixia: App sir tun.
a wd DZALims nt orjKrowDsa.
DEAD SHOT ON MOTHS.
TfcJOW IH THE TIME TO PRESERVE
tout aura ana wooien uoofli rrom mese " var.
minu." ror aate oy a. v. buhhah a uu..
jeJO-hw l Public Landing,
HOUSE FOR RENT?
ADVERTISE IN THE
J. iWEBB, JTR.9
RECEIVING DAILY, BT 1
the ,ry nwt itrloa
01 isoMNrn, i
M,mm. ft UKHCH ABTiriOlAL Jf LOWIU. CUlLDftBM
Uatu, Siuhih, CftAPU, Blond Lacw, Btkaw Tjum-
U1MQ9, DoHMkl TUIU ftUd MlLLLNKKV UOObf.
! Wholaaala and Retail,
hum 1 ' no. 154 rirra-ftTaKT,
npo THOME WISHING TO GET INTO A
nK'O ftua Dt niuinui, mrvaiiy twutniiaiiwi. i
will di.DoMof niv Oolilftod Silver Pl.tlotf KnUbli.D
munt t . ttuennce. rne locftuon u cmrHiftiiu nn
luvr. To thoBe unftcquftintod with th. biuincM. full
liiMtrnctidii, will bo given to cftrry od the buHtne..
uurnsHtiilly. For partlculftni cftll or adilraM tJM as.
, Mo. 119 Mftlu-Bt., Clnclunatl. )B-f
LANE a B0DLEY
- . AND CIRCULAR SAW -MILLS.
Corner of Jok c4 WoiiVests, Otwo.wanN, Ohim,
Home tiling Wow
THE ERO VAPOR
rraiMll MVITUffR llnnn. (TH AT. aPII ATI
I - 11 ifoAL. nor ties. -
JJ"f Smoke, NO DlXt, NO Heat!
To discommode the operator. The best and most
economical Summer arrangement extant, in prao
ary day, at 11
A. M., Mo. 11 West
Couatr Bights for aale.
II. IV. CLARK
' l l i (oooniaom to ! oo.,)
BINUFICTUREH I WHOIESILE DEILEI
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. 4S MAIKT-STKEBT, CINCINNATI.
nRIHTOL CUT flHDH.-A FINK ART
9X'I.K PrTrlutin pnriioe., from NO. I to Ni
fclxorl. OUATVIILD A WOOD.
11 aaa WaUut-aUMf,
THE DAILY PRESS.
MrmoRotooiCAi. Oiwhrtatioh" Bt Henry
Ware. Optician, Jul 9:
O'clock. Borvmm. T)WwiiwMtor.
A. ...W.Sft AhOYd twtro-7ft
M..j..mm.mhmm2.42 - A bora aro M
f, M. ........... Jt.44 Abort Mr-M
Lmm DrrauiD roa Win or TosTAai
Sunday, July R:
Mine Maria HnnhaH, Ferdinand, fnd.
Rdwln Mitchell, l'lillwlelnlila, Pen.
Donald Kennedy. McmphL, Tenn.
A. I. Hunt. lioiiltlle. Kv.
Mowing, Jnlu a. .
. A. Pietrner, innmnavnite, in.
T. rannnet. New Orleaim, La.
0 Viin HIpmi, Bharon, Ohio.
Mbu K. 1. Dawiwin, Terr. Uautft, Ind.
Rmt(ii.lYi FlrT-iiTBaT. The rmiifenr
of Jacob Wairner, on Fiflh-atreet, ntnr th
u.';.u..- I v.... i.. 1.. t
iKBt Dcioro taat, una rounea of Dank-Dill.
coin, wearing apparel, and jewelry, to the
amount of nearly fifty dollars.
PamitNTATioN. Tho friend of Mr. J. O.
Uallagher, late Iload-mMter of the City Pas-
sender ana raasenger nireet Kaiiroad uom
pnnie, will present him, at the Telegraph
House, corner of Ninth and Western-row,
this evening, with a handsnm frohl-headed
eaiia, in conaideratioo of his worth as a gen
tleman and his efficiency as an officer.
' --, - 'i
I. 0. R.' M. The irreat Council and Past
Sachems of Ohio, of Die order of Red Men,
hold their Great Council Kire at Dayton, on
neanesaay, tne inn inst. ADout sixty or
rne rant nacnems, accompanied Dy Menters
Baud, will take their departure from the
depot of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day
ton Railroad at half-past seven o'clock.-
Mn'i Lm Brokis on thi Mair-strirt
Bridob. A man named Henry Brinkmann,
while crossing the bridire over the Miami
Canal, at Main-street, yesterday evening, put
is loot inrougn tne noor, wnicn caused nim
to fall and break his leg. The city will
neglect this structure until some one loses
his life, and then a suit for damages will
awaaen tne council to.a sense ot its duty,
Tha Trottins Match To-dat The trot
ting match so often postponed on account of
thn wanther hptwMn "Tnm ThnmK" unl
"Kate Denham '' will take place this after
noon over the Trotting Park. The race will
doubtless be one of the most interesting of
me season, ana as a large amount ot money
has been staked upon the result, the attend
ance will doubtless be large and the excite
ment intense. . .
II 1.1 mi
Orxatinoci Ly. The attention of the
craft is asked to the advertisement in to
day s issue of a Qelatinous Lye, for printers'
use, manufactured by the presBtnau of the
Enauirtr establishment. We have used it
for some time, and speak from the card.
when we say that it possesses all the proper
ties ne claims ior it. it is also mucb cheaper
than the ordinary lye made for that pur
PaocrsDiNos or thi County Commission
ira. At the regular diurnal, session yester
day morning, the County Commissioners
passed orders amounting in the aggregate to
sail ho; o: wnicn I23 dm were paid to Krnse
4 Bohlman for hardware; $126 80 to Win.
Dunn tor sundries for new tail: $121 09 for
advertising; ior pay-roll at new jail:
$4 65 to AA. Colter for sundries for jail
and $1 75 to Jacob Detrard for labor at mil
no otner ousiness ot importance was trans
Departcri op Pbisonirb roa Columbus.
The following prisoners, who were tried and
sentenced during the recent term of the
Criminal Court, left the city yesterday at
tour o clock, tor tue Uo mmims Penitentiary
under the charge of Sheriff Kesslen Peter
Glenn, manslaughter, ten years; Andrew
orannan, assault witu intent to kill, three
J ears; jonn martin, ourgiary, tnree years;
ames McDonald, stabbing with intent to
kill, nve years; John UK nun, grand larceny,
one year, George Benner, grand larceny (two
laiciments) one year on eacn.
Mar Found Drowrrd. About five o'clock
Sunday evening the body of a man, partially
decomposed, was found in tne river, near
Columbia. It was clad in black cloth coat,
woolen pants of a reddish color, cotton shirt,
and a check under-shirt. The man was
about five feet seven uumes in hight, and
thirty years old; had dark whiskers and
black hair. No marks of violence-werr? found
upon the body, .and as the investigation de
veloped nothing concerning his name or pre
vious history, the jury returned a verdict ol
THB KltCS NT STABBINO ArPRAV IN THI
Fourth Ward. Francis Rickev and Richard
Sullivan were arraigned before Judge Lowe
yesterday morning na a charge ot staboing
with intent to kill two colored men, named
Samuel Harris and Richard Colby, on the
evening ot tne f ourth, rue wounuea men
were unable to identify tne parties, and
Rickey was called to the stand. He stated
that he saw Sullivan strike both men, and
identified the knife produced in Court as the
one used upon the occasion. He furthermore
testified that Sullivan told him while in tail
that he had done the Btabbing. Rickev was
discharged, and Sullivan committed in de
fault of bail in the sum of (2,500 for his ap
pearance before the next term of the Court of
Common Pleas. i
abbEst or an Alliord Bubolah and
Dbalrr in Counterpart Coin. A man named
Joseph Redman, who has been engaged re
cently in selling a puuipuict viiuiieu tue
Infallible Bank-note Counterfeit Detector.
was arrested near North Bend, evening before
last, apon a charge of entering the premises
ot Matthias HLanlc, ana stealing inereiroin a
watch and breast-Din. He was immediately
taken before Justice Welsh, who held him to
bail in the sum of $200 for his appearance
before the Court of Common Pleas, in default
of which he was committed to the County
Jau, at which place he was received yester
day morning about nine o'clock.
On searching his carpet-bag, a lot of bogus
coin was found, and also several letters which
had been directed to him from Boston, under
a different name. The constable labors under
tha imnression that he is connected with
gang of counterfeiters and burglars, who
roam through the country under, various dis
guises, for the purpose of practising their
i" ) i 1 .
Business Men's Praykr-urbtino. A larger
number of persons were in attendance at the
Business Mens Prayer-meeting, yesterday,
than usual, the room being literally jammed,
The chairman suggested the importance of
encouraging yuuug cuuvorta u kit- iu men
experience excellent aavice, ana in accora
ance with the views expressed by us, a week
or two since. . . .
A gentleman rose and presented a written
reauest for prayer in behalf of a young man.
who had recently become convinced of the
sinfulness of bis course, and bis inability to
obtain salvation, except through the right
eousness of the Redeemer.
A stranger said that once, while standing
With a companion oa the shores of a river,
he saw a man fall into the flood, and would
have been drowned bat for the timely assist-
auca rendered ' by nimseir ana nis mena
Thus it was in the religious world; we are
all sinking and drowning sinners, and can
only be saved by the help of Christ." He was
always able and always willing, and we bad
but to ask in faith and our salvation was
One Gentleman snoke of the elderlv breth
ren nresent who had been converted in their
youth, as having long born the burden of
religion. We were indeed sorry to hear this
xnresaion from a Christian. Roligious SX
ercises are rather privileges than duties, and
instead of being onerous, are certainly the
reverse. "It costs much,"- saya an old pro.
verb, "to be religious; it costs mors not to bs
an." and we have always found religious ex
ercises rather a recreation than a task.' If
neonlo could be convinced that the service ol
Uod is not a burden, we would ha, many
more professors ana pravueers oi religion.
Mars and Venus in the Ascendant—Riot
Resulting from Passional Attraction.
A riot occurred on Vine-street Hill last
Sunday afternoon? whioh originated in a very
singular manner, and resulted in qui to a se
rious injury to a couple of men. The pro.
cession of Bakers marched to that place, and
while there they proceeded to amuse them
selves, each couple for there were a number
of females in the party after the bentof their
One man. whose name wa were unable to
learn, in company with a woman, of whom
he seemed to bewery fond, separated himself
from the company and sat down upon the
grass in close proximity to the residence of
William Niehaus. The pair had not been
seated long before they began to indulge
themselves In all the expression of- amorous
regard, when Mr. N., thinking the woman '
was his daughter, ran to rescue her from
the apparently altectionate but unchaste em
braces of her male companion,
Upon arriving at the spot he discovered his
mistake, and began- to expostulate with the
pair upon their conduct, and the effect It
would nave upon his children, who had not
only witnessed their amorons encounter, but
ad also heard their endearing expressions.
This interruption seemed impertinent to the
lascivious baker, who tost, and drawing a
slang-shot, proceeded to use it very freely
upon me neaa, iace anu snouiaers ot tne
man who had nresumed to dictate whnt bis
morals should tie, or how he should give ex
pression to nil passion.
Michmis immediately "went In' after the
most orthodox prize-ring style, and soon suc
ceeded in disarming his opponent. It was
now ms turn to use the weapon, ana he did
it In the most scientific manner, rutting the
head of the baker very badly and in a few
minutes rendering him entirely - hor Hu
The vanquished bread-maker ran to his
companions, informed them of the manner
In which lie bad been treated, and implored
their assistance. The company tn matte ran
to the house, rnocked down a man whom
they found at the gate, searched the premises
to bnd the person who had beaten their com
rade, and, being disappointed, brok4he win
dows in their thirst for revenge, and com
mitted sundry depredations more remarkable
tor violence, rage and malice than any otner
Yesterday, warrants wer Issued for the
arrest of the entire party, and It is more than
probable the affair wifl come before the Police
Court in some shape withinafewdays. Both
the parties are said to have been quite seri
ously injured by the pugilistic encounter, but
noiwunsianuiDg mo meiee, wnicn was very
genera and in which, as will be seen, the
female took a prominent part, she escaped
This locality has been very productive of
riot ana oiooasnea ot lute, but they nave
usually originated in the exercise of some
other appetite; and a devotion to Bacchus
seems to have been, in the oast, more urolitic
of .this kind of quarrels than any act of
reverence to Venus, we earnestly nope
that hereafter, whether those who resort to
this locality woo the merry goa or the
laughter-loving queen, they may do it in a
more peaceful manner, and escape without
Distressing Accident in Brown Co. The
Mayor or Georgetown Instantly Killed.
and Three Others Dangerously Wounded,
ry the Explosion or a Cannon. Last Sat
urday evening, just before a Douglas meet
ing, to be held at Georgetown in Brown Co.,
several persons were engaged in firing an old
cannon, wnen a premature explosion occur
red, the, ramrod striking James Ousley,
the Mayor of tho town, in the left temple,
and scattering his brains upon the grass; alBO
carrying John Bailey a distance of about
sixty feet, and very daagerously wounding
him. Ousley and Bailey are both young,
and without family; end it is hoped the latter
On the Fourth of July, while several per
sons were firing the same cannon, a similar
accident took place by which two persons,
nuuer mgKLus aim .xvouert vriaise, sne
former a youth of eighteen, and the latter
about thirty and a man of family, were so
severely wounded that it is doubtful if they
The cannon is an old and very unsafe
Siece, and was spiked after the accident,
utley was warned not to fire the cannon,
but he said he was for Douglas, and would
do so if he died for it. When told, while
ramming the Diece. to hold un his head, he
said he would prefer to be killed at once, to
being wounded as Higgins and Glaise bad
been, afoor leiiow, ne reauzea nis tatal
A Pittsrurorr Found Dead in his Bed.
A Pittsburgcr, named Hamilton Weeds, was
found dead in his bed yesterday forenoon,
about eleven o'clock, at the Railroad Hotel,
corner ot Broadway and front-streets, tie
had been engaged on some of the steamers
lying at the wharf, and since the 20th of June
had been stopping at the above-named hotel.
OnfSunday he complained of feeling unwell,
but ate his supper as usual and retired. As
he did not appear t breakfast yesterday
morning, the landlord became alarmed, callei
at his door but received no answer, and after
forcing his way into the room, found that he
must nave been dead for some timo.
Coroner Carey was called upon and an in
quest held upon the body which resulted in
a verdict of death from epilepsy. The turgid
condition of the face, the rigidity of the
muscles of the hands and feet, the congestion
of the conjunctiva and the distortion of the
neck, left little doubt in regard to the cause
of his demise. Tho deceased was about
twenty-five years of age and unmarried.
A New Yorker Swindled out or A Thou
sand Dollars in a Home-btrrbt Bagnio. A
New York merchant, whose name we refrain
from giving, went to a bagnio on Home-
street, night before last, and while there be
came inebriated, and, in some mysterious
munner, was reiieveu ui uiuuey aim uiaiiaj to
the amount of nearly one thousand dollars.
Karly yesterday morning he touna Himself in
the street very drunk, aud so bewildered un
der the influences of chagrin and pride that
he knew not whether to leave the city in
disgust or make an effort to recover his funds.
tie at lengtn conciuaea tuat me ways 01
great city were remarkably bad and that he
would pocket his metropolitan experiences
and carry them with- him to New York,
where, we hope, they may prove so beneficial
as to render any further lessons of this kind
Pbobable Fatal Accidunt to a Littli
Girl. A child ahoutsix years of age, daugh
ter of Mrs. Hcuartny, reaming on norm
street, between Sixth and Seventh, yesterday
evening fell from the second story window
of her mother's residence and was injured
so seriously that it is thought she can not re
Anniversary Pionio. The anniversary
picnic of Ohio Lodge No. 1, A. P. A., will
take place to-morrow at Parlor Grove. The
Champion No. 3 has been engaged for the
occasion and excellent music, so that a pleas
ant time may De anticipatea.
Serious. Accident. A man named John
Anderson, while engaged in unloading
barge, Saturday afternoon, at the foot
Elm-street, was struck in the face with the
end ot a plank ana quite seriously injured,
. , v i..
"Rf.ni "ivss." This la th title of a Diece
of music Ji'Jrt published by V. W. Ranch,
62 West Fourth- truet. The words are By
0. 0. Butler, and the music-by Ettienu
Arnaua. ; - ' - - -
Great Outbaob on . a, Citiiee. Some
scoundrels at Phoenix, New York, who have
for some reason become offended at Mr. Gould,
the President of that village, a few nights
since entered his bam and sheared his horse's
mane and tail, girdled his shade-trees, cut his
casriae-a into nieces, and committed other
outrages. The cause of thia exhibition
malice arises from soma of the efficient acts
of Mr. Gould as Pretidmit of the village. ;
The brldt-e across Fox River, at Auoleton,
Wisconsin, fell on Thursday, precipitating
team aud three persoas into th rapid cur.
rent, tnougn ail were rescuea witnout muca
National TaEATBBr-Meyerbeer's magniA-
oant opera, Softer! It INaftle, will be performed thia
oventns at tha National Theater by the rrench Opera
Company, which dnrlng the paat aeaann delighted
the eltlmns of New Ortoane at their Opera-honee.
During their elay In the South tta-y wera very iue-
oaafful, and thMr aarforaaanoea elicited the hlRheet
encomium of tha prtm. Whatever their merit may
be, they have announced an neellent aroaramma,
and on which, If well rendered, will Ineo re for them
miecaMfol and agreeable vlelt to th Metropolla of
We have had ao little atntte In oar city daring the
peat winter, that, we doubt not, oar reader, are, Ilka
onreelf, well nigh fembihed, and hall the coming of
the preaent troupe as divine gift of the sweet-volred
Knee. We ahall be disappointed If the National bo
not arowded thte evening; for If th company be
really good, aa It haa.been represented, the perform
ance will be worthy th patronage of every lover of
mneical art. The entertainment will conclude with
IxtVlmttt JfefaeterpAow, with M'lle Dairy aa "Min
nette," a part In which ihe fa aald to have been re
Wood's Thratbr. Robert Heller, who
rametothla city from the Kant, with reputation
which entitles him tohestyled the "Wltard Prince,"
performed last night at Wood's Theater to quite
large audience. As a prestiglator he la very skillful,
and many of his performance, are eminently worthy
of being wltneaeed. Peraonawho delight In enter
talnracntaof this kind, will flndt during his stay,
th la coey cKtahl (aliment a very agreeable place to
spend an evening, and will not only be auiuaed but
aetonfshed at the wonderful things he will show
them during vlelt of "Two Hoars to Another
PROCEEDINGS LAST NIGHT.
The Board met at the usual hour laet night Pres
ident Kinifiiithe chair. The minntea of tha nee.
vioim evenlnn were reed and approved.
i ne reeignattou 01 miea ijaura s. vt inters, teacner
in the Fourth DlHtrlct. waa received, and the
The special ommlttee, tn whom the subject was
referred, reported the following rhftiifros In the rule
fiir adinieeiuii Into the Intermediate 8chool, which
1. That any pnpll having twenty per cent In men
tal arithmetic, and averaging not lese than forty,
live in the Ave .tudioe, ehuuld be admitted.
3 That any pupil having lee. than ten per cent,
iu mental arithmetic, and averaging not lues than
fifty-live in the nve etndiee, ehould be admitted.
A resolution from the Union Butrd, appropriating
2,7ll for repairs for the High School Building., was
referred back, with Instructions to Biak definite
report of Ihe repairs needed.
Air. Hitrltmt. ('lerk of the Board, submitted his
annual tlliaiu-ial report, from which wo take the
Bnlsnce from lust year
Proceeds from Htuto ond City Taxee
9 3,470 10
201, I'M '
I'lty bonds ...j. 1 H
InteruKt on Bonds and I)epoite...M..H.M.. 1,7.1 42
8nle of Lot in Seventeenth Ward 2.1km on
Hale of Lot on Uoorgn-Mtrect l,(K)o l0
Amount from Hughas t'audV....H l,7:io no
Amount troni woodward fund 4,3110 00
Amount from Tuition of Non-reeideuts o no
Bunt aud other Sources 4111 42
Total fZW,7!0 35
loiai r.xpeu(iinires 2ii.i,6.u 14
Balance f 30,678 si
City Bonds for $40,ono have been leaned for the
Eiirctiaee of lot., as follows:
ot at head of Haln-atreet HH H $ S.OHO 0JI
Lot on Poplar-street 4,msi ini
Lot on Court-street y.tsio 1st
Tu Kelly, oncontract for Uumier liouae... 4,(hh, no
To Kully on Account ..... 12,msi imi
To Coggswcll for lot on Mount Auburn 3,isij ou
Total..... i40,oiio 00
The President Announced the following com
Buildings and Repairs -WiUtach, Williams,
ihnson aud Ballauf
Bonndarie. and Htati.tlrs Woodward. Arfajna.
VYateuu, Scudder, Powers, Miller and Texwell.
t laiins Heaves, Armstrong and Irwin.
Colored Schools Powers, Newton and Woodward.
Couree of :StudvUavia. Lilientual. Uardiua. New.
ton aud Bonsall.
IliMcinline Stratum. Clark. Irwin. Adam.. Roire-
kanip and Ballauf.
uxajiinntious uaraing. ecuauer. imientual. fca-
mon and liavis.
s ue Hard. Johnson and Henttle.
Knndn and Taxes Beattle.Wilntach. Ehlen. Reeves
ruruace and Btoves nuelson. Woodward. Cald
Furniture Williams. Watson. Ehlen. Kellev and
German-English Schools Rowekauip , Esmou,
rcnsilorf, Miller, Troxvvell and Ballauf.
Library Hotmail, Davie, Bard, Iteevee, Harding.
Hots earn, oirattuu, wwiue, vuuiciieriy. Dale..
irwin, uaraing, wiiHiacu, i-amweu, nijei.
mgnt scnooia Liiiietitiini, Armstrong, sales, pow
ere. K,amn,i. riimeliertv and Keller.
Penmanship JNowton, stratton. Bonsall, scudder,
Printing and Blanks--Armstrong and Stratton.
Salaries Douiiherty. Bowekamn. Clark. Keller.
Hiipplioa-Clark, Watson, Ehlen, Williams and
First Bowekamp, Miller and Dougherty.
Second Armetrona. Watson and
Third Williams, Irwin and Kin
Fourth Caldwell, Scudder and Williams.
Fifth Beattte. llnrke and Harding
Sixth Clark, Ehlen and Esmon.
Seventh Woodward, Kelly and Reeves.
Eighth Stratton, Powers and Adams.
Ninth Johnson, Bate. and Newto.
Tenth Kamon, Davis and Miller.
Eleventh Hard, Ballauf and Clark.
Twelfth Wilstach, Adams and Kelly.
Thirteenth Niielson, Troxalland Frcnsdorf.
Fourteenth Dougherty, Frensdorf and Bard,
Fifteenth Irwin, Burke and Caldwell.
Sixtoonth Troxall. Nuelson and Johnson.
Seventeenth Scudder, Caldwell ancyKing.
First Intermediate Stratton. Wilstach and Bat
fucona intermediate ning, irwin ana ljilieninai.
Third Intermediate Davis. Dougherty. Kowe-
kanip, Khlen and Troxall.
Fourth Intermediate Harding, Newton, Bates,
Beattle nnd Woodwrd.
(IrDlian Asrlum ttonsall. Keevea and Watson.
Industrial School Powers, Bouaallaud Lilienthal.
After transact Ilia some other unimnortant buHinew.
tuo noara aajouruea.
The river was still rising slowly ;
rlth something over seven feet of water fast evening
in tno channel, me wetuner comiuuea very 1101
and hnsines. waa hatter veeterdar on the Wharl
with troluhti still scarce and unchanged in rates.
We umit our regular report this morning for want of
Suicide on Account of Marriage—Melancholy
Death of a Wedded Youth.
The coroner held an inquest, a day or two
since, at tne new lork Hospital, says tne
Tribune, on the body of Henry J. S. Lear,
twenty years of age, who died from the effects
of a dose of strychnine, taken for the purpose
of ending his life. About four months ago,
young Lear, who was the only son of a
wiaowea niotner, ran away irom some anu
waa gone for two months. . He then returned.
but would give no satisiaciory explanation oi
nis absence, snoruy aiterwaiu ne disap
peared again lor several aays, talcing wun
him some jewelry and clothing, but returned
without those articles. This he repeated sev
eral times, his mother never being able to
account lor nis strange actions. At last ne
yielded to her sorrowful entreaties, and told
her that he was married, but refused to di
vulge either tne name or tne residence ot his
wile, tiateiv ne nas appeared very down
cast and dejected, but would make no expla
nation regarding the cause of his distress.
One day of last week, he procured a quan
tity of strychnine, and having swallowed a
portion oi it, was soon ta&eu wuu couvui
sions. He was taken to the Hospital, where
death ensued shortly after. The following
letter was found in nis possession:
Dear JfotAer. I now write you these few lines that
you may see that I have some respect for you, though
6ou thought I had uoue since I ran away from home,
lut forget the past, aud pray for me that 1 may not
ha tortured In the next world. I hare suffered
enough tn this, and am determined to die, therefore
f ray for me. I am tired of life, and do not want to
Ive any lunger. It Is true that 1 have not treated
you well, pat I hope you will forgive sue. My love
to my aunt, and ask her to furgire me. I know you
will tool better when you know what has become of
me. Tell all who may iuqulre alter me that I am
dosid. Mother, hare a care of J. P i do not trust
him too much; he will fix yon as he did me got out
of you all thai he can. and theu you may go. Pear
OlOllier, pieaiW lUl mj., i ua.a vmma m vmma mat
but ask your forgiveueas. People thought I bad no
feeling, but I assure you i nave, riceee ica my iu
nlnvari know that I feel ashamed for my oouducl
toward you in their presence; they cau never say
that 1 wrotigca tuera out ui ceus. nasi saotuei
please pray lor me, that 1 ntay not go to bcli.
Wool Growing in Texas. The Houston
Telegraph says in a late Issue, "Wool grow
inc is benoming more and more rjooular in
Tare In few vear. if not already th
case, there will be more wool raised in Texas
than in any State of the Union. Every sec
tion is capable or rendonng tne business
profitable, and every section is engaging
largely in It Wool, cotton and sugar, small
grain, and every thing else having a ten
dency to make a State great and a people
independent and happy, can be raised to per
fection in Texas. When we get railroad
facilities for the exportation of iron from our
hilla. hnrae and heaf cattle from our prairie.
wool from our pastures, small grain from our
farms, -cotton from our , plantations, sugar
from oup bottom lands, our prosperity and
resources van not fail to attract the eyes and
envy ol tne world.
Exact! to as' Accounts op tbb John Walker
Estate. In the matter of the estate of John
Walker, deceased, the executors, T. Webb
and Cilia. Stewart, appeared in answer to a
citation, requesting them to show cause why
they had filed an account of their trust, that
an order might be made for a distribution of
the assets remaining uncollected.
Counsel fur executors raised the question
whether it was the duty of the executors to
transfer choees in action, and other assets in
kind, happening to be in their hands at this
time, until certain questions now pending in
the other Courts were settled in relation to
the manner in which the legatees were enti
tled to take under the will; and the proceed
ing here appeared to him to be in contempt I
of the authority of the Court already having
jurisdiction of the matter.
it was on tne otner sine contenaea that
the suit iiending in the Superior Court re
lated to the brewery, and that waa not in
question in this proceeding; that the exec
utors bad no right to come into Court and
make quibbles about the construction of
John Walker's will. Their time had ex-
Sired and there need be no difficulty as to
istribution of the assets, as the petitioners
were the parties entitled to them, and had
agreed, themselves, to what proportion they
Judge Hilton allowed an order that the
executors file their account next Saturday;
or if not ready by that time, Bbould show
cause. The motion for order of distribution,
was laid over until next week.
Judge Tildcn filed a motion to have the
proceedings reserved to the Common Pleas.
Asbminik Hale Confirmed. The sale of
lots by Seth Foster, assignee of A. H. Ernst,
H arias Corpus Case Before thb Mayor.
Michael Elhorst, a minor, recently enlisted in
the United States service, was yesterday
brought before the Mayor, on a writ of
habeat corvut, sued out by bis parents, resi
dents of Toledo, Ohio. The proof of his
minority was positive, and we have no
doubt but he will be released. The Mayor,
however, reserved his decision till this morn
ing at 8 o'clock.
MayOr'b Proclamation. The Mayor has
issued the subjoined proclamation, in accord
ance with an ordinance recently passed by
tha Cltv flnllnoil 'IHavint, rnunn lnh.li.va
that the public good reauires it. I will cause
all dogs that may be found going at large in
any of the streets, alleys or other public
E laces in the city of Newport, unmuzzled, to
e killed. The order to be in force from the
first day ot July to the first day ot Septem
ber, and the Marshal will attend to its execu
E. W. HAWKINS, Mayor."
Methodist Picnic. The dampion Ao. 4
will leave the wharf at eight o clock this
morning on a picnic excursion to Parlor
urove, tne net proceeds ot wnicn are to be
applied to the purpose of a library for the
Sabbath-school at the Scott-street Methodist
Church. As the object is a good one, we have
no doubt a large number of persons will
Serious Accident. A voung man named
George Stacy, son of the foreman in Phillips
ft Co.'s rolling-mill, was severely scalded
while attending the engine on Saturday
Police Court. Seven persons were fined
small amounts, for petty offenses, by Mayor
Particulars of the Late Horrible Murder
in Iowa—A Sanguinary Hoary-headed
The telegraph has already mentioned the
murder of a woman nnd her husband and
their two children, in Iowa, by Joha Kep
hart, and hiB subsequent execution by a mob
near Fairfield; and a correspondent of the
Burlington, aicifys' gives these particulars
of the fearful crime:
John Kephart formerly lived nearTrenton.
In Henry County, and is well known in
Washington County, where he lived ten or
twelve years ago.
William Willis (carpenter), the father of the
boy from whom I have obtained my informa
tion, formerly uvea in Muscatine, Iowa, me
boy remembers that John Kephart came to
Muscatine to move tne family ooutn. un the
journey, they stopped two months in Cass
uounty, mo., at a wmow onyaers, . wnere
v .... i, Vw.i i v,,,i, nnAn.A.t
nopiuu, uci.cu yj uimalu.u. uuoiuviuiu,
soon after breakfast, his father, who had
eaten breakfast well, took suddenly sick and
died in less than an hour. The boy s mother.
the murdered woman. Jane Willis, told him
that Kephart gave his fatherstrychnineinhis
lood. Atier tne a earn ot wiius, it seems
they went to the "Cherokee Country," where
Kephart kept a grocery ana sola whisky to
the Indians. This summer they moved near
Fort Dcb Moines. After living there Borne
weeks or months, they started for Kansas
City. . . .
On Thursday they stopped near tne Bridge
at Eddyville. and camped out Mrs. Willis
cooked supper, after which, complaining of
Deingsicks laid down in the wagon ana went
to sleep. In the night, sometime, the boy
awoke and saw that she had a deep gash in
her head. The three children all got out of
the wagon, and Kephart chased Joseph T..
aged twelve years, and Maria Jane, aged
seven, about half an hour, under aud around
the wagon with the ax in hand until they,
too, were killed. He then placed them by the
side of the mother, and pounded their heads
with the wagon-hammer.
He left Eddvville soon alter tne murderous
deeds were finished, and traveled over thirty
miles to the place where he no doubt hoped to
bide the unfortunate victims from human
eyes. A grey-beaded old man, over sixty
years of age, traveling day and night with
an ox-team thirty miles with the dead bodies
of a mother and two children in the wagon,
to nnd a place of concealment l tne living
boy, James Harvey Willis, by his sider and
then when the place was found, he stripped his
victims, put their garments into the wagon,
took the mother first and then the children,
and hid them under the water, placing a log
upon tbem to keep tnem down.
sy- Clothing naovtvted and repaired, N . Third.
starCARraNTia's cheap Picture, 30 flfth-street.
Ht-PicTPaa for ten osut. Johnson's Gallery,
Ninth and Main.
BUT The finest Pictures In the city can be had at
, P. Ball's Gallery, No. So West Fourth -street.
r A. A. Cystxe, Clocks, Watches sad Jewelry,
No, tit and 371 Weslern-row.
T" ArrLBOATB's mammoth Gallery, corner Fifth
and Main. Mark the place. Je9-tf
: S 1 1 ,iV t ,'.- I wV
ar xhcamtn th Photographs, at ArrLiSATi's,
corner Filth and Main. Mark th place. j-tf
mr If you want good Picture, call at th Math
west corner of Blxlh-street and C.ntral-arenue.
Picture taken and put in nice gilt frames for twenty-
Bv cents: In cases for twenty cent. Brluf oa th
bablee you are sure to get good likeness. , .
gar Cities us and stnutcers requiring Slersoacop.
In mahogany, roe i wood aud leather;
Stereoscopic Views I groups, statuary landscapes;
Steel Bracelets, Broochea, Clasps, Buckles;
Fens In pearl, Ivory, sand, wood, mourning ;
Bracelets In oural, jet, gold, aad la beads t
Coral Necklace, Bhooldar Ties, Negligees
Wax Beads In whit coral, blue lavender ;
Card Baaketa, Card Receivers, Crd Cam
Odor Steeds, Odor Boxes, Toilet Bottles :
Jewel Caskets, Jowel Boxes, Work Box I
Writing Peeks, Portfolio, Gold Pens I
Crying Babies, Speaking Dolla, China Doll, Wax
. s Dolls;. , ,. ) , fl V
Ladle Pane In leather, wire, velvet, paarl, shell )
Traveling Bags, Satchels, Cabas, Dressing Cases
Haankaiia Pine. HnuA'tiMe, Cigar saaea .
And every vsvrwty ot FANCY tJflODS, eutt14 ft
Gifts, will nd them at -i
. , , J, D. PARK'S BA2AAR OF FANCY,
N. K. corner of Fourth and Waluat-streeta.
Monetary and Commercial.
Yesterday was generally reported as a very
dnll day oa Tilled -street, and th Brokers there
hardly foemd sufficient to keep them occupied.
Money waa la limited earner,, aad y for all prime
Paper at th regular rates- MS)i per cent, per
Kaatern Kschange waa nsually reported rather
heavy, hot one or two dnnlers called it Arm, at c
buying and He. prom selling rate..
llold was quiet at He. buying and !SA4nc. prem.
selling; and the sales of New Orleans Kzchange con
Uncurrent Honey was without alteration and Uttla
aoing merein, or in any department 01 nnance.
The supply of free n-ground Flour was quite light,
nd the market firmer, veaterdav. with ul nf 111ft
brls. at t.1 I van SO Whleky waa unchanged, 600 brls.
selling at I7S4I7I4C. Bulk Meats more active, lsn.iss)
II. Shoulders selling at and ; US, 110,0011 Ilia. Sides
at loo., ec. more being offered for heavy. Mas. Pork
was held flrmly at llv, and Bacon at 9 and 11c. Lard
was dlspneed of at lie. Uroceiiea remained steady.
Wheat w as in fair demand and steady; Corn heavy,
and Ear declined 1c. per bushel. Outs closed dull;
ye wse nncnangea, ana uariey nominal in rate.
The Imports and Export of various article, during
th forty-eight hours ending yesterday noon were:
Import Apnlee, Eft brls. 'r Barley 42 bush.-, Butter,
70 packages. Corn, 4 AW bushels;-Cheese, 473 boxe;
Offee, 3i,7 bags; Flour, V.W brls.; Hay, 01 bales;
Hogs, .164 heed; Lard, 3 barrels, and 4 kegs; Molasses,
Tin barrels; Malt, 4,'sl bush.; Cats, 6,744 bushels; Pork
and Bacon, 2 hhds., 4 tierces, 90 barrels, ft boxes,
I2.V40 pounds; Potatoes, 7 barrels; Sugar, 104 birds ;
Halt, aoo barrels; Wheat, an bushel.; Whisky, 71U
JEjfHwta ButteT, K packages. Oandlea, 111 boxee;
Corn, 2ISJ bushels; Cheese, X7J boxes: c, dee, 3,19 bags;
Flour, l,9-o oris.', Lara, -srs oris.: molasses, lis, brls.;
Pork and Bacon. 67 hhds.. 44 tierces: Potatoes. 41
bushels; Sugar, 90 hhds.; Wheat, 104 bush.-, Whisky,
TOT brla. T
Saturday's New York Tlaiea thus refers to Friday'
Money matters In that city:
The rates for Money to-day are generally half per
cent. l ,wer than onr last quotations outside of
Bank, and we And that lenders at Hank are accept,
lug i6a.Ve per cent, ou temporary loan, where they
were claiming 6 per cent, at the close of last week.
There la a aood iiiunirv in the onen market for Drime
selections of Paper, and the very short dates, cliol, a
names, go at Get.:, S per cent., and round lints, ninety
days to six months, at yifttA per cent. These terms
would seem to indicate that the market is anout to
relapse into the general ease which it obtained
throturh the month of June. The slate of the For
eign Exchanges also strengthens this opinion.
The import trade are very moderate buyers of Bill
this week, and most of the business doing is. on ac
count of the Julx dividends, or else in settlement of
India and China credits; London, in-evAM- P-r
cent.; Paris, f.:..H 1.1 ror Banker's Bills. The
pleasure travel to Europe this summer absorbs an
unusually large amount ot the circular credits and
note. of IHWM each issued by onr leading Banking
firms. The export demand for Bullion for the
steamers sailing to-morrow is thus far about iTIKl.ooo,
on the rVeve For.-, for Southampton, and Kangaroo,
for Liverpool, together. .
Naw York Batsk Statrmkkt. Nrm Yor. July ft.
The Bank-statement for the past week shows: In
crease in Loans, S.le.iHO; Increase In Specie, $27,144;
Increase Iu Circulation. $.!M,o45 luciease iu De
Cincinnati Market. MONDAY EVENING, July 9.
FLOUR The supply of fresh-ground is quite light,
and the market Is firmer, with sales of 7IW brls. at
f 5 1.V3W so, Ihe latter rato for extra white Wheat.
WHISKY No change In the market: sales of 600
brls. at 17ftC.7'c., the latter rate for wagon.
PBOVIrilONH-Mnre doing In hulk Meats, with
sale of lot'.Ono lbs. Shoulders St 7KC., stMsro do. at
$7 93, and 110,1100 do. Sidea at loc.: loMc waa ottered
and refused for heavy Sidee. Mesa Pork of estab
lished brands Is held nrtnly at ive., ana Bacon at !(&
11c. A aaieoi -gsi una. Lara at lie.
OBOI KK1KS-A fair demand foe Sugar, with sales
at SH'S-sC. Molaseee steady: sales of ISO brls. at
44c. conee nrm, ana in fair aemand, with salee at
OIL A good demand for Linseed, with sales of
70 brls. at 61-r'.3c., the latter an outside rate.
WHEAT There is a fair demand, and the marknt
Is steady at $1 US$01 10 for prime red, and 91 20
for prime white: sales 7M bush prime white at l xu;
l.-SJ do. lair white, new, at Si 25; 101 sacks prime red
at l on. In Covington.
CORN The market la dull, and ear declined Ic.
per bush.; we quote ear at 47c, In balk, and shelled
at 4S(Sv.Mc. for mixed and wh Ite.
OATS The receipts were liberal and the market
closed dull and heavy at 39c. In bulk. Sale 330
bushels on landing at 40c.: XMl do. in hulk at i'.h
K YE The market Is dnll, but without any change
In prices; wequote it at 75(7Bc.
KAKLEY The receipts are light and the-rlemand
limited; prices are nominal at 8o8.lc. for prime fU.
HAY The demand Is fair and the markot steady
at $1516 for new, and $16 for old. In bale oa ar
rival CHEESE The market continues dull but without
any change In prices. We quote selected Western
Reserve at 7ic.: saloe of 40 boxee selected at 7)sc.
BUTTER The market for Central Ohio Is dull at
IO31IC. for prime yellow, and 12c. lor choice for
table us. Western Reserre Is nominal at 14isc.:
sales of 22,000 lbs. common Central Ohio at Sc.
New York Market.
York, July 9 quiet
and unchanged, with trifling sales at lOHt&lUHc. for
Flour less active and rather easier ; th home
trade refuse to purchase more than sulbclent to sup
ply presslug wants, while the export demand is
materially chockod by the scarcity and consequent
high rate of freight: sale of 9,000 brls. at $3 l.'i.'i 29
for superfine Slate; $3 4,'5 33 for extra State, Si l.Vai
9 23 for superfine Western; $3 43SA3 no for common to
medium extra Western; and $3 ?93 so for shipping
brands of extra round-hoop Ohio; closing dull and
drcoping. Canadian Flonr scarcely so nrm, while
the aemand Is quite moderate: safes of 7uo brls. at
$3 913 23 for superfine, and $3 15(o3 73 for common
to choice oxtra. Kye Flour quiet and steady: smsll
sales at 3 30ia4 23 for common to choice supernne.
Corn-meal dull: sale of 130 brls. Jersey at ti 40ro
Whisky heavy: sale of 909 brls. at 21!21Jic.,
nearly all at the Inside prioe.
Wheat Le heavy aud rather aaler. The export de
maut Is checked by the scarcity aud Armnees of
freights: salee of 33,000 bushels Chicago spring at
tl 2.iil ; 39,000 bushels Milwankie Club at $1 77
j)l So; 10,700 bushels Racine at $1 36; c.noo bushels
good white Indiana at $1 47; 10,600 bushels winler
red Western at $1 3x31 38V,; 1,300 bushels inferior
Canadian Club at $1 23; 1,000 bushels whit Mich
igan at $1 90; WO bushels red State at $1 3.Va)l 38 and
Sou bushels new Southern at $1 63 for red and $1 73
for white. Rye quiet at SO(a,s2o. Barley quiet and
nnchauged. Corn heavy: aalee of 46,000 bushels at
6.'sA66c. for sound and choice mixed Western; 62H(V
4S fur unsound do.,and 63tf$6g for round yellow'.
Oata more active at 37($40o. for Western end Cana
dian aud 40, 41 for State.
lions quiet, wita small sale At e10c., as in quel
Ity, for 1&39.
Idee dull aud heavy, and ws hear of onlv small
sales to note.
Pork nrm, with a very moderate demaud: -sales
of 790 Drls. at $19 for new mess; Sis
for old mesa; SIS for thin: $14 for new prime, and
$12 90 for old. The Qorernment coutract for l,wsi
brls. mess Pork waa taken at $20 12S. Beef Is moro
active: salea of 1,300 brls. at S4V 4 23 for conntrv
prime; $4 ductcft for eouutry mess; $Qftlo 60 for re
packed mess, and $11 23(d;l2 90 for extra mess. Tho
Government contract for 1,000 brls. Beef was taken
at $13 40. Prime mesa Beef dull and nominal at il.'l
AilS. Beef Hams dull, with small sulos at SI0usl3for
Western, and $10(a12 for State; luo brls. of Stain
were sold ou private teims. Cut Meats very scarce,
and prices nominally uuchanged. Bacon dull, ana
entirely out of season. Lard Arm, wtth uioderettt
demand: sales ol 3110 brls. at I2!4(,12c-
if utter selling slowly at ioroidc. tor unto, and lorn
is lor mate, tuei
steady at 7qt.10.Sc. for inferior
ColToe steady: sales of 900 bags of Bloat HSiSISVc ;
iff ol caveat Ll.-ac. nolaseea in lair reauest:
sales of 193 hhds. of Cuba Muscovado, fur distllllog, at
21fo23c.; 29 hhds. of Porto Rico at 2eo.: 23 brls. of
Mm' Orleans at 4eo. Sugar nrm: sales of 240 hhds. or
Cuba at 6(74ic.; 35 hhds. ot Porto Rico at 7Hc4
7Hc; 200 boxes Havana at 7Hc. Rice The export de
mand while extremely light for Europe la very brisk
for the West Indies, and with comparatively small
stock, only 4,sou tierces, aud a fair iuquiry from
rouere, price, very nrmiy susuuuea: salee of mm
lercea at 4 S64ti.
New York Stock Market.
New York. July 9. Stocks active and
dearer. Chicagoand Rock Island, 72!t; Indianapo
lis and Cincinnati. 44; Clerelaud and Toledo, 321s:
Illlnola Serin. 03: Panama. ICTfe: Mlchlean South.
em Guaranteed, 32; Erie, 3044; New York Central,
6344; Delaware and Hudson, 97; Michigan southern
Second Bonds, 93; Michigan Southern First Bonds,
SO; United State Fives of USS3, 1IS: California
aerena, S9Vt; mtssourl Bixee, sin; flew XorK ceu- 1
tral Sixes, 93H; Erie Fifth Bonds, 69)4-
Narrow Escape of Garibaldi and His Men
Garibaldi and his little host narrowly
escaped destruction after leaving Sardinia, -and
while on their way to Sicily. When the
two steamers were out at sea beyond the Sar
dinian coast, Garibaldi gave orders that there -should
be no lights on board during the night.
Wishing to take a little rest, he left the deck
in charge of bis second, desiring him not to
lose sight of his consort, which was com
manded by Bixio. But this steamer was the "
taster of tne two, ana alter a lew nours it De
came so dark that she could no longer be
seen. Garibaldi was called, and he ordered
a lantern to be hoisted as a signal, so as to let
Bixio see that he was too far ahead, and must
slacken his speed. -' " .
' Bixio did, in tact, see the light; but know
ing Garibaldi's order to have none on board
after nightfall, he concluded that it was some .
Neapolitan snip giving chase, veb an instant
be wore his own Teasel round, and steered,
right against the supposed craft of the enemy,
with the intention of running into her, and
knocking a hole in her side, if passible. But
w 1, u n iks I n 1 - nnaeavfl sah nlhftr.
Garibaldi, by tne taint glimmering oi me
stars, saw and recognized his consort, and .
having rung tha large bell on board, a signal ,
previously agreed upon between himself and .
Bixio, and springing to the wheel, be avoided
the collision. But for the chiefs nerve and
presence of mind the expeditionary force
would have been destroyed then and there,
and Garibaldi have been sent to the bottom
by his best friend, who would have , perbapi
aiared bis fate. i , i .cm
Borne extra samples of wheat were sold oa .
the street at Fond-du-Lac, Wisconsin, last
week, at one dollar and four cents per bushel,
and some line samples of wool a high tut