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M,OSTv" "roUHH.'l'BOARDmOt" e.-A4-
T.rtlemiits coming tmderthess headings, not sx-
"JI ot Uro lines, win u i.serted twtm tot US serata
. T V quire i a. M: K.KH 0N, 64 Wm fifth.
"An Artificial Flower Maker.
V ply 10 UHATi
ZO Bast Barond.Ntroef.
trANTEII-l STOUT HOT To work In
V Hekcry. Apply t (HJN OF, 1.1,14 Bakery.
i and Fifth, Covington,
1 - lyll-b.,
woman, as housekeeper. Reference rcaulred.
Toll at fltfl Twalfth.atra.l..
TANTK1-A OIRL-T6 do honaowwrV then
. nvnriv or tnn'e. vtntR Hunt. ana waHoaaoou.
oona.iur ti.kw atitranccurwcfltarn um.uru,
VET1I. nurth'WMtt inrnrr of Brr nd Llan-ttrctt.
WANTKI) TEN CICNTS-Iltn'n prfff' 1b con.
rtiili : rt le pnta to m W" iiirer I otiH lAihlm
t.roHN8oN'H (JMitorr, Mirth and Mntn. where wo
iiiy not F.ctnr i fmm tn cntu to ten ioUarii. Work
K i X.-U, mii'I tqry mno ot rrg mnq m ine lowewt raw.
"V ANTIiO T-omacblfifytrli.cmabnttoTi.liole
wot kr, two tMllOT) and twotitT glrU for bonne
vurk, Alrt" , mn f r ftirnif , anU irork of d.nren4
kinJi in iitpctty, at in Fourth ilTMt intiu
HrANTKh-H()l)M-B? k afnrrln intlrman. a
IT poot.. airy. funilfi''(l Kxin (wHTi'tut boardf,
vithin tan minuter' walk of the Poatofltco. A U tires
1'. .U I'., Yrmt Qfflo. Jr
- V iron. Nona but a rtxxl hantl n1 apply. Call
at '210 i'lum streft, btwen !eurgoand BnveatU.
WANTED-TKN HKNTH-T at estn M Tarrtad,
c Jiito h i-. why not nil o to JOIINHON'H Gal--1-
rv. Ninth and Htln, wbia we may ot good Vic
turoB fur ten ct ntn, and larna nne richly colored Id a
iri It frame, to atlom the pat lor, for gl. VHllOr.
IirNTED-A SITUATION-A Barkeappr, by
WW oun; man, who v.n aponK tne ueriunn ian-
M4(;, and can lunn htn om piny or trora Vi") tt
.Aiiiv ut thn ouinorclal Intelligence
f jllector e Ome, 3MO tVntral-ar.
G Mi oral
WANTEO A rtwpectabfe'yontig man of good
ldn)Mi. to loarn the Anibrotrnn huflinnea. He
ii.utt be williiiK to travel and make hlimolf UBoful.
h iImtv (ttilv Miifili'lrnt to Dai iMitHM whiln Iparnlna. 1
isoni? but i ontiff men of gentlumanlike habits need I
aiply at J.HNS0N Uallcrv. Mutli aud Main.
yv A martiei laoy wience to receive iwu or lure. I
httle oblidren into hur family to board and educate.
tittle eblldren into hur femllv to lto&nl and educate.
hvrry nttenttou will ba paid to their health and
r.ip'fort. Honne coot and niry,.wltha largo, ihady
giirden. Itet of referencea given. Apply at 441
hcventh-Ft., n. w. or. aeveptu anq Lnin. jyig-uT
imrANTKFt-Men aeeklnr altuatlona ae clerka.
V v aaleemf n. book-keepere, bar.keapera, portera,
aooren. uernanica, l.oorera, and otuera, enouiu ap-
iy t'.l llio aiicbauu' uiuiks' negiatry umce, no.
I'lSWalnat-itreet, Ljyl2-b) , 11 A LB CO,
TA!TFD-A MTUATIOS-Br a girl, to do
vv a-'neiiu DOuaewora. uioa rcTereur. given.
Apply ut 113 lmn., below Third.
WANTFD A SITUATION By a girl, to aew
in a tninily. t.'an both tit and muke. Apply
. at 1,11 feail et., uetvoan Hoc. ana Kirn, jyil-
WANTISD-Slxgood VEST-BASTKRa, for m'
chine. Apply nt Freernun.st. None bul
Coiopetent b'llitls need npely. . Jyll-b
WANTED-A GOOD OIBL-To do general
Apply at No. 038 Weat fifth-
IVAKTED-A O00D TAIT.OKE8S. -Apply
T the baf.k shop, corner of Vine aud Columbla-
rtrceta, oer Dorfd'e rnfe Htore.
"TaWAfiTE"- M'ET-NllRHE-To take (hnrge
vv olanlulant. aoareee u, vr.f rreaaumce.
-A aplendkl Oold
Box 3r, i. o.
h'etrh I AmnrlrnlO Anil Chain, worth S17r. tor
IIorM. and light Spring Wagou. Address Lock
WANTED -OIRt German, English or Amer
li.u,i. tluit ran do eeneral bonsework In a
eniill family. One that can come well recommended
will gjt a altnatlon by applying at ljtl water-st.
at'iiiu eiuu, oeiwrou tuu jtiiu. j j
WANTEI1-A P ARTN ER With a cash capital
ni tr..r aval toai.nnn. Bnsineea luurutive. and
T'-ivs 8200 per month: no book biiHinea. For further
lartioulara, addreea W. W. W., this olBca. jyll-a
ANTED-One store clerk, one offlco- clerk',
m.nta Ann vat tlm Kntnlovinent Ultlca 7H TUlia-
kireot, near iiie, upeiaimj umu uw.. jju-v-
-Two good Jonrneymen Brick layera
j no to the couutry to wori. 01 wagea
viUboulven. For Information, call at HENDKU-
Blio.it vourta man as aaent for a Pllbllo exhi
bition; also, eoverul young men for vnrloua employ
vv to go to the couutry to work
loll ihikivou. or uiigiuiniiuu.si, .. ..-
f-oN A LUNG'S 1-Uuiug Mill, Kigbtb-atreet, Cov
ington, ivy. . J?Q'
VT work in i.itv and country.
mule or female, to
oulv sucb will be
fouud dally at my ollico, and
only sucb will be recouinienileil. Apply 307 Elui-
warlVTvn-TO TRADK For a Grocery, one
v hundred and sixty acrea of land lu Northern I
Mmoui i. Vulued at ti per acre, aud cash for the
t'lilituco; stock from Sl,.vj to tsi.eoo. For particulora
Kililrese JOHN N. Ultr.tiK, fress omcs. jyu-u-
WANTED PARTNER Active or allontj a
lady having a capital of $2,001) who would like
to invest, with good security, Iu a respectable busl
iick. paying largo pmlita, cau bear of a good oppor.
tuulty by addressing M. D. M Postorlice. jyll-b
iriMik'n A eniintar elerk. 9 warehouse-men.
TT a man to drive caj-riage. 5 .ommon laborers. I
Also, a girl Largo tlltoen miles in tbe country, a Ger
t.inn ... Bttjinil m lieer saloon, and several vouiic men
;r other employment, aud a man aud wife to take I
( barge of. houso for tbe aumuier season. Apply at
;tH0 Cenlral-av., near Ounit, east side. Jyll-b
Vff.rANTED-IS'iS.000. Slortgage Notea and
?T Business Paper, by W. 11. PHILLIPS,
S3 West Third-street.
TV men, us traveling Agents:
-Twenty smart, energetic, young
. ... . A d
iravemiH nuiniin, v.u idmi uum -
. to in per day. Iuuulre at 3B West Blxth-st., oppo
site United States Hotel, irom ttimr.m.
jyltl-l JAMES F. BAYMORB A CO.
. .lriVTF r Knur smart, anargetle men. with
vv good businens capacity,' to whom good wgea
ivill be paid. Apply at Boom 9, Uart's Building,
Hast Fourlh-st. jyT-l
VITANTED-A tlnrt-rate Ransage Machine, with
TV lour or sig cutters; uiau a email Bieaiq-au-pin.
of about two-borso power, and a boiler (vertical
iireforred)ot' four or sis horse power. Any person
. having alt, or part, to dispose of. either new or sec
ond hand, may address Box 90'i, P. 0., stating
- pnoe, terms ana wnere m-'y can oe seen. jy i-e
WANTED-1,000 MEN To iell new
.nlmiilid I'AMl'ATUN MAPS and BOI
Also to circulate, by subscriptlou, several popular
subscription books. Por full uarticulsrs, call upon
.1 aililrew MACK R. I) A KNIT,, Book aud Map
Publisher, 38 Westrourlli-st.. up stairs. lyo-i-
WANTKD-Pui ll-s wishing to dispose of Little
.Miami or Columbus and Xenia Railroad
btocks can secure tbe highest market prloa by in
tiubtlug the sale of thsm to tne care of tbe uuder-
1-lgned. Commission reasonable. Address
TyS-h W. C. M. BAKER, Xenlq, Ohio.
WANTED A few mora good Business Agents,
bond ten cents lu stamps, by mall, to Box
i ijlar, with tull informatlou. A flue upeuing for all
who are out of employment. No better can b.
fauud. ' jef
ell new and
maps .ud books.
HvriVTl!1!!. iTTKh'TIOnllmisirtiint RflOfAt
a'iJ flillJA S,il II .VuLoo A.M., at her oftlca.
UJTio-ea-i com ox ui iiace aim ciiu-rii.t nimm iu.
a. Ih.KiiltiAtl.iii hoiire from 0 A. H. to 2 V. M..
through the l'nUfl1ce Mra. Burleigh haa brought
from fcurop-H remaUki for femaiwdiaeaaea which give
potmive auu imiueuutt teuei. juiaj-blb
T30lt RENT IlOOMB-rurn.thed or nofurn-
UUetl, lit 85 Io
Luugwoith at.,oear Kim. jyl2-h
. rwjfll n Is MT HftA M M A r No. Vourth-at..
JT between Uviitral-avuuue aud Jobu,to tiutdl,
ttrjntetjl latiilly. heleieucet. required.
OR 1CENT-A MILL With steera power.
su table lor grinning corn, wneni, couoe, uruas,
Ac, Inquire at MLItlUTT TtiostrsoN a uo. o,-
fi'AT l'eiilral-av.,or ofU. DIXhVill, OU0 Jonn-sj.,
near w ade, Cincinnati. ji-i-
Two furnished Booms,
JT auttahle for a fitmily( or ilogle leU-roomi. A p.
i'i i '.a uroiiway.
Tn 1nvtntin. Rt.. a uaat Dwell-
iug, coDtatutUK aluva room, bail. Una cellar,
t IHMiril. H UiAAVI MIIrnitJUCsa III UUV UlUUli
llicbtlul location, Ac. In. nilro of Toll-collector
un L'uvtiiMton una oi IaIckihk uriae.- Jya-n
IOR HENT-WITII BTEAM POWIB-A'l or
: cart of tha building aouth-rut ooroar of Pluaj
nnd faarl, with or without yarU-rvom, nhort or long;
term. Adaptea o nianuikvcinruiR ngrii Diacinnery
cricut urai imuiuiuiiuisi. avvij w inumADii,
HMlTii. od tb prvjriilava. )y1
fVOAR I) I NO-One or two centlemen can obtsia
E M poara anu pieaeaus ruuuie, iu a line eswuvii.
calling at !1U9 bovomh-at.
bow d in- at Kaat JTlft
eu and lMpuraa.
imwly pit Int'
men can obtala
th treat. Uooiut
KOA K DING Four yonng men can ba aoooniv
uicmUuhI with board and plaaMut room. Ad
,1 ifwa K ii., at thin uffica. jyll-b
lOAHIUNO Twa gaiitlemen, or a geatlumaa
m.jm giUKi Lavay , cau oa um:iuiuiuu-ww tv.ui inmi uib
la a pmttta lawuy, fiu. ? uaorca-a- u" "'
TWO TArHTS.-Will be sold low
1. lor cash.. Inquire at th'eonW
IfOR SAToEIOARH Twenty thoneand An
old Havana and Domestic Clgera. at a bargain,
rloe. business. If railed lot Immediately, et '.299
Central-ay., between Heycnth aud Blghlli. Iyl2-f
IjHtR. OA LB Til Plxtnrea anil small Stork of a
. Millinery and lreas.maklng Kstalilisbmant, in
tne western pari of the oily, doing I
AfldreM . J. ems omce.
rpOR SALB-OR TRADFJ-.Tsrenty-nve barrels
m. iionrbon wnisxr, tor iana in Indiana or city
properly. Also a Tavern, with Ave acres good land.
tali a and other out- uut'oing. now doing a good
business. Apply soon at UNO ceotral-uv. jvl2-b
TlOIt BAI.B-A HAND LATHF-l sed but a
' snort lime., vt III He sold low. Apply toll Mr-
CITLI.UM. Pllimblna Shoe, till Kin
Sao and Vina.
I7OR SAI.E-OROCERT-Stock well aelected,
. good location. In anccedsftil operation, well-ntted
int. Will h intd t ft irMt baraiii. An.
nALMUh, A4T9 wamum. jyii-PT
H.irkinff nirHa. vniinff nrl oli
otlir blriii. Will be wld for cmIi. or oxchnu
Any thin (i that run ho nned,
iniratirn, near Brrnmor.
Apply at 4.1
eratrou. Hequlrea a mall capital,
rtiiuijiro, ftj .vmi iiitrd-i
B ATR BTTHINESS A Trv nroftthU
nnw in urn una in nucroiiiii op-
Apply to W. u.
1?OR AAfiB-HOimRfl AND LOTH
A ultliauity. Alaoa uiuubaruf boaiittful ai
valTjablu count ry matn. Aln larKfl nnoilver of
farina, by W. B.
JHIR, SALB 40 acre of Land, aerentoen milta
I1 fi .m. the Lltv Ur the L. M. Uallroul and tlilr-
teen nr ttirnolk, one-half niilo from Mlmnlvllle
ntfttion. ou)d make a desirable ronntry rnalnrnro.
six arrea cleared, inquire oi aiaiMSH HAMJCits,
Dear the place. jy7-g
EOR HAt,R-A Retail Stork of UroeerW, No
m tlona and Variety Uood, with the flood will of
well -eotab Lit ueu buhien, and nve yeara lenae on
tore. Ainotagooa uunuing loc in tne most im
prorea par. oi me ciiy. i n
pelled to qnlt buatneM, will
the cornrr i
Kentucky. A am all farm 20 or 2& milei Iu the coun
try will be taken aa part payment. jyio-f
The proprietor being cum
qnlt uuatneM, will offer the aarue ou very
terms. For further Infurmation apply at
rr of Third and Oreenup-otr'taI Cortngton,
RHfR SAIiE fteam Kntrtne and Poller, now in
n? una at Nob. 9tt and 101 Walnut-atieo. whore
they can beaenat anytime. Kuglne Cylinder, S
iiicuvB uaituiBfctJii auuNr o lot) i. iuiviikt nun ouuniiu
ralve attached, and cast-lrou bed. Uoller LeDgtht
U ftet. diauater, 3b iuchea.
JLi wood, It dlanapvilte. Ind
A LETTER-Aildreaaed to "W. 0. Hock-
on Thlrd-atreot. be.
Vtn. and tbe Ohio and MiMlielppI Depot.
The Under will Bleu, return It to ttl Wcat Third et.
r ivl'2 hl
T OrtT-ACHIt-D-Alwut 1 monthi old; light,
Mjt onrlyhalr; darkeye; calico anck on. Any on.
by leaving word aa to bis wliHrenboute, at south
weak vornor Sixth and Broadway, will Confer a great
AUCTION SALE BY JACOB GRAFT A CO.
Bale-rooms 1M Last Fourth-ntreet. Stock of a
Flrst-clas. Millinery Btoro. 8ATUKDAY MORN
ING. July 14. 1W0. at 9 o'clock, will ho sold, at Anc.
tion, theentiro Stock of a Mlliluery Kstabllshnient,
144 west roiirtn-street, up stairs, comprising bog-
uui ii, ..B,.,,., tyjii. diiiii,iiiikuu viniw ui,iiii,.ib,
all of the latest styles; Leghorn Flats, Cut and Un
cut Velvets, Ribbons, HoAd-riroeKci, Dress-caps,
r owors. Hwlsa and Jaconet bmbroldoncs. 1'ocket-
handkerchiefs. Seta and Collars, Nets, Veils, Wooden
Bonnet-boxes, (ileae Bbow-caecs. Ac, Ac.
N B. Ladles are luvitrd to attend the 8 lie, as the
Gooda will be aold In lots to suit purchasers.
jy;a JAt;ui ukas r. Auctioneer.
ACCTION SALE By JACOB GRAFF CO.
Furniture. Pictures. Bowing Machiuee. Plain,.
O.u V'lxturea, Ac, at Auction Ou FRIDAY
BIORNINU, July 13, at o'clock, will be sold ut our
Store, No. 18 KAflt Kouih-t., a quantity of Furni
ture, 1 icturee, riano, una e isiuren, oeeier u-
ann Bawing Alachine, Gruver & llaker do., and nve
other Bewing Machluea; two Glass Show-cases, eight
mo is Dtoois, ac.
JACUts ukaff. Auctioneer,
jyli 18 East Fourth-Btreet.
AUCTION SALE. BY JACOB OR AFF A CO.
Bale-rooms No. 18 liast Fourth-street. Furni
ture, Piano, ac, at Auction.-THU K8DAY MOHN-
v-r, l..l. in .1 n .I.I...I. -Ill h- .aM Ik. V.....l,nu
of .'family, No. !H8 Oeorge-etrect, east of Mound,
comprising ItairclotD sola, uaiie (.nairs, uenier
table, 1 ancy do , Wiudow Blinda and Shades, Lamp,
Parlor nd Chamber Carpets, Lookiog-glasMes,
Dinlng-table, Bide-board. Secretary. Stove, Urn,
Dining and Tea Ware, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Mat
tresses, Lounge, Kitchen Furniture.
also A nano-iorie.
Jyll JACOB GRAFF A CO., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE. By KELLOGO A WIL.
LI AMS. Bale-rooms -i'l and 24 East Third
street. Large and Regular Pawnbroker's Blo
tli.nuteemori Plpdees.-7ln TIILIIHDAV MORNING.
July 12, at 9 o'clock, a valuable stock of Gold and
8ilver Watchea. Gold Chains, Lockets, Jewelry, Ac.
A Lao A great variety oi uenta una Lauiea wear
tnu Annarnl. Drv Goods. Ac.
The goods will ba for .xhlbltlon oti tbe afternoon
previous to the sale.
A. KELLOGG, Auctioneer.
1 IllV5 AOll l
HOUSE FOR RENT?
ADVERTISE IN THE
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
"KKTomt eft VVilesoxi'ni
1 r -r m w . itt t i' n
N hi VV 1 JN li MAUlHINUi
T ESS COMPLICATION THAN ANT
Li other oRuroil, does three or tour kluda of work
that uo other machine can do.
At the Low Price of Thirty Dollar.
Can ba had at 14fl WALNUT-ST.,
Four doors below Fourth,!.
Thos. who wish to by. please call before purobaa-
lng elsewhere. . M. R. KXBULT A FiSllliU.
am. aittaiDot. , auo. A. nnt,
B. KITTRBDGU & CO.,
KITTREDGE & F0L80M,
03 8t Chnrlea-et.( NewOrlrtna, La
IMPOETMH OF s
Ouoi and Sportinfg Apparatvg.
AND P KALE KB IN Ot'MroWPg.
(eocxseoa to tirgas a ao.,)
MANUFACTURER t WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. 40 MAIN-HTH BUT, tlNflNNATI,
LAN E & BOOLE Y,
Corner oA. .as) IPVvtertrsels, tSneumaH.
ra-H) THOMB WIHHING TO OKT INTO.
sL nice ntid neat businoM., already edtalillslied.
will dlsposeormy Uold and silver Flatlng lutablish
ment at a sacrifice. The location is coulralaud
low. To th iss unacquainted with the buslusss.
Instructions wlH bo givun to carry on the business
successfully, Fur particulars oall or address C1I
t. H1SNIH, Wo. 110 tlain-st., Cincinnati. )y-f
casea extra fine Table flslt r or sale, w uoleeaUt
and reuii, by A. Mi DONA t, I ) A Co.,
Jy 06 and Braneh 9 West Fonrtb-st.
HECK ER 'fa, FARIN A.-JU8T
ti boxee Ueckei's Farina.
For sale, waoleaals and retail, by
A. McIiON A1.D A CO.,
j9 . 50 and Branch 'J4U ws Fourth
fVLVB AND BROWK BONNET II OA 11
m itai grvse 'u.v iv.b,,,hi aim ior sale
- stlAOn. W11H1,U A 1
iM ' T aud 1 Wslaat-sUMt,
THE DAILY PRESS.
ssr It fan want a honse, advertise in the DAILT
Mr If yon want a servant, advertise lathe DAILY
PRESS. . . . i .
, I " 4 '- " i "
' HT laol, svery want supplied ny edv.rtlslan'
laths DAILT TRUSS,
oyer If y0 want a situation, advertise la tb.
aar" Advertisements not exceeding five llnea lb
length, lnaerted In the " Wanted " oolnnin twice fbr
TWJCNTT-FI VE rErtTS,
MKTKORf)llCAt. OSHKRVATIONFr Bf HonfJ
7 A. MMM(.M
13 M..,,. ,,...
Ahovct F.pn 7fi
- LnTTim DsTAmitri wR7Nt o.Pohtao,
yveancnouj-, iuiy!it: . fl v
B. Ti, Wl.ta, Ttimkiri, t. T. ' w '
FobP Darla. Kail ier. .Ma-, i
John Erowaa, New BV-dfordi Maas.' '
ym. Corffln. Pltt'btirr, Punn.
W"m. R. McCalllcter, Troy, Tnnn.
Helen J. Clark, LonlarMlo, Ky.
I)omhiick Dutre, Plor.KMitvllle, 1.
Win. K. .'lrniliur. Ki llnvllla, ?J
.Toeepii Ijanadou, Dayton, 0M.-. . )
Oeorgo Danu & Hon, Bclpro, Ohio.
Kiwbpapcr Favors. J. P. Olore, Mail
Agent of the Covington and Lexington Rail
road, famished us yesterday with Louisville
papers, six nours in advance nt tne man.
Adams's ExpuksCom pant. This excellent
Company place us under daily obligations
for Eastern papers, alwavs in advance of the
mail favora we especially appreciate, and
lor wnicn we are amy tuaumm.
IIoiise Stolen. A black horse about six
teen hands high, was stolen day before yes
terday from the stable of Charles Brown, at
Boy DiiowxtD. A lad about eleven Tears
of age, named John Walker, whose parents
reside on t rout-street, near fclm, was
drowned last evening in the river, near the
foot of Plum-street. He was bathing in
company wun. some otner coys, wno made
every BlWt in thoie nntiree to novo him hut
I . ... . - " ,
I without success. His bodv has not beeu re-
Man Severely Injured by a Fall. A
laborer named Alexander Stevenson, real
ding on New-street, east of Broadway, was
severely injured yesterday afternoon, by
tailing iroui tue secona-story oi a Dunaing,
upon which be was at work, some place on
the Hamilton-road. His right arm and sev
eral of bis ribs were broken, and although
bis wounds are very painful, and will confine
him to his bed fbr some time, it Is thought he
win eventually recover.
' Bdsinibs Men sPrtAvr.it-nr.ETiNo: The in
terest in tbe Business Men s Morning Prayer.
meeting still continues to increase, and the
propriety ol flowing two, In Oinerent locali
ties in tne city, is eliciting some attention.
In view of the constantly increasing numbers
in attendance, we trunk, mis win, ere long,
become a necessity.
prayers were yesteraay onerca up tor
great number of persons, who desired the int
tercession of God s people, and a number
eloquent exoortutions were made.
Proceedings or the County Commission
ers. At their regular diurnal session yester
day morning, tue County Commissioners
passed orders amounting In the aggregate
$426 04; of which $200 were paid to Isaiah
ttogers . on account; U4 to uaniei nam,
lor building culverts In Loleram lownshm:
$56 64 to John W. Sbeeban, for repairing
bridge over Bloody Run; and $55 40 to W.
0. V. Robson, for copper pipe at Court
house. Alexander Mordecal aud Peter Zauk were
discharged from in.il, on account of iuabilitv
to pay the fines aud costs charged against
Weekly Report or the City Auditor.
The City Auditor last night made the follow
ing report to tne uuy council oi tne receipts
and emendituresfor the week ending on Sat
urday last, togetber witn tne amount remain
ing in tne Treasury at mat time:
P.ilico Court and City Prison Fund
r ire ueparimeut tuna
Light Fund ,
.... 1. el
General Fund .,
Police Court aud City Prison Fund.........
Watch Fund ....
Sunerior Court Fund.M.HM....H.....HH.H.
Light Fund H
Firo Department F'und. .H
There are now remaining in tbe City Treas
ury the lollowiug sums: ,
General Fund tii.lu
Wutch Fund 7,314
IntereMt Fund u 1U.7:U
Superior Court Fund 6,333
rue ucpaituieui .uiiu o,v--i
Light Fund !. 077
Work-house Fund - ,'M
Mi-Mickeu Fuud u 0.204
Sinking Fund ....1H!.HI.
Common School Fund tbouds .u-Jcoebl m3.210
Colored School Fund Ml
Utilise of lleluge 1 uu(L.......... 31,341
Innrmary r una m o,:v2
Vati;r-wurks Fund l!i,2tit
How to Treat a Mali Makes or Mar.
riaoes What it Costs -x Woman to Cow
hide a Man. A few days ago we published
an account of a cowbidingaO'airthat occurred
oo Central -avenue, near- - Mntn-street,
which a man named rtathan Aoah was
severelv treated, first by a woman nuraed
blizuoetn jacoos aua aucrwaru oy several
ber mart relatives. The parties were before
tbe Police Court yesterday morning, when
all the circumstances leading to and
rounding the affair were fully developed
It appears tnat moan is engaged regularly
in the business of making marriages; that
furnishing husbands fur spinsters,
having a species of mim-mania, are unable
entrao even male Idiots br their matrimonial
maneuvers ana leminine irauas. .uzarjein
engaged him to find her a husband, and prom
ised to pay him twenty dollars tor bis services.
He immediately started upon his misery-
manulacturing mission, and ransacked
State, invaded Canada even, to bring
the long-prayed-for iudividual who sbouid
make tier a resiaent in mat mysterious
a resident in that mysterious
countrv from which the inhabitants
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natiy aesire, out sviuum succeeu iu euectiiig,
At length he returned with the Ilvmen-
mad mule, ana l no marriage inaue time
Elace. After bis undertaking had
roucht to a successful termination,
thought the amount he bad received for
I ierviceB too Braall, and demanded tifty dollttrs,
I stating that the woman waa at least fifty
old, and he was entitled to a dollar for
rear of ber Ule. To tnis.c,iizaoetu demurred;
he threatened to alienate the affections of
new-made husband; the woman wits firm
would not comply with his request. He
to execute his threat, but Before
accomplished his purpose the married
This caused actions tor disorderly conduct
and assault ana battery, wnicu were orougnt
Nnah arraiiiat half a dozen persons
took part in the transaction. The case of
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woman waa careiuuv exaitnneu dv
Lowe, vtsterdav morning, before a iury.
determined tbat she was guilty as charged
the information, and she was therefore
nve aouara auu cusw. oiueca oauiucis
also deemed guilty ot an assault and battery,
and lined a similar amount: tlie ottier
were discharged. .
We have no sympathy with a man
engages himself in any such nefarious
ness, ana we are not tnernioro sure mat,
did not deserve the eowhiding he received:
but tbe female might have been better
than in inflicting the . castigation,
nowever well-merited it may have been.
eirciimatance is valuable, however, for
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two luiugs; ii Biiuws uuw a uiaie uxuavr
marriages should be trusted, and now
it cost a woman to cowhide a man.
Citt Council Psocskdinos Last Nioht.
Tb Conned met at the nsnal hour last sight, 1
r resident lorrence In the Chair. Tbe min
utes of the previous evening were read and
Mr. tjunningham presented sundry peti
tions from merchants on Columbia-street, for
damages done to their property by the rain
on the Fourth of July lait. Referred to a se
lect committee. .... ...
A proposition from Nicholas Longworth,'
to lease a quantity of lund in the Oarden of
Eden, for park purposes, was referred to the
Committee on Parks.
Mr. Snodgrass presented an ordinance air
propriating $1,330 to pay sundry persons for
damages sustained by them from the recent
rains, faascd ayes w, navs 11. '
Mr. Perry presented a communication from
the Trustees of the Orphan Asylum, offering
to douate a piece of ground on Mt. Auburn,
for an engine-bousa. Referred to the Com
mittee on f ire Department.
Mr. Qlass presented the following petition
from the President of the Cincinnati Street
To (As BorumlU Iht CYl Cimsell of ( iiicieaod.
"Tbe Cincinnati Street Railroad Comnanv
beg leave to represent that the roceipts fbr
the transportation of passengers upon their
road, deducting tberelrom the tax paid upon
such passengers to the city, is barely suffi
cient to cover the expenses incurred in carry
ing on their operations, leaving nothing to
supply the necessary waste and wear of prop
erty ana materials, uiucn icss to aiviae among
the stockholders upon the capital invested
in the enterprise: that under such circum
stances the exaction of the tax upon posse q
girs is, in its effects, oppression in the ex
treme, inaarnucn as it is emu. not out ot tbe
profits of the concern, but out of scanty earn
ings, an oi wnicu are necessary to meet actual
demands upon its' treasury.
'a tun tbereiore tne question when under
the present policy, the company must cease
its operations, is only one of time; the sole
inducement to continue being tbe hope that
a ruie wnose practical eneci is destruction to
business interest, in which so large an
amount of capital has, in good faith, been in
vested, will, when its injustice is fully under
stood, be suspended, if not entirely aban
doned. Vour memorialists therefore nrav that this.
their memorial, may be received and referred
to a committee, chosen for the purpose.
whose duty it shall be to examine into the
c . .. . 1 T ... . c. u J : . . l.
itsoui ueiciu bci luiiu, auu imu lus circum
stances of the case; and to report such rules
to fix and establish the future relation to be
sustained between the citv government and
your memorialists, as snail oe most consistent
witn tne principles ot justice, aud lor tue best
interests ot all tbe concerned.
"J. S. VATTIER,
"Pres't C. St. R. Co."
Mr. Glass moved to refer the memorial to a
select committee of five, and asked to be ex
cuned from acting as chairman.
Mr. fcggieston movea to amena oy reierring
it to the Standing Committee on Roads ana
Mr. Glass s notion was then put and car
ried, and the following gentlemen were
named as the committee: Messrs. Hirst, Perry,
Sprague, Noble and Bosley.
Mr. mack suomutea a report on tne sunjeci
of sewers, fifty copies of which were ordered
to he printed tor the use ot members.
i ne report snows tne proceedings ot a vol
untary commission undertaken by the Mnyor,
Mr. Mack, ot the Council, and Mr. Hubert,
the City Engineer, in their examination oi
the systems of sewerage in tbe cities of New
York, Brooklyn and Philadelphia. Although
interesting throughout, in consequence ol
the smallness of our paper we are obliged to
curtail it of a part of its proportions, giving
tne miormation it contains in as oriel a space
The system which the experieuce of Europe
lias uemonstratea as tne Deal, Dy ones: sewers
for the mains, and glazed Btoneware pipes
for the lateral drains, is the one now being
gradually iutroduced by the Chief Engineer,
Mr. Kneoss. A large main sewer of brick,
ten feet in diameter, was in progress of build
ing at tbe time of our visit. This is intended
us a maiu fur a very lurge area of 1,959 acres,
and is upwara ot one mile in icngtn, witu a
lull of only 37 100 of a foot iu each 100 feet.
Tbe smaller sewers, for tbe drainage oi
lateral streets, and tributary to the mains.
are glazed Btoneware pipe, one foot in diam
etera glazed pipe of eighteen inches diameter
being considered by Mr. Kneass, wno Das
charge and arrangement of all sewers, as
equal in capacity to a brick sewer of three
teet interior uiauieter.
Iu sucb cases where sewers are built, the
property owners ou each side of the street
are taxed seventy-five cents per frout toot to
pay for the same, whether the sewer be large
or small. An auuual rental also of from one
iollar to ten dollars is charged parties using
the drains and sewer.
Since the consolidation of the city it has
been divided into twelve districts, iu each of
which is elected a City Surveyor. These
twelve surveyors, togetber with" the Chiel
Engineer, constitute a Board somewhat simi
lar to onr Board of City Improvements, to
whom is referred all parties iu regard to sew
ers aud improvements, and each surveyor in
his respective district superiuteuds the con
struction of these works, aud certifies tbe
same to the Chief Engineer. Private parties
frequently build drains in the streets at tneir
own expense, subject in their construction,
location, size, sc., to too approval oi tne
Board. We fouud all the inlets answering
somewhat to our well-holes at tue inter
section of the streets trapped to
ureveut the escape into tbe streets of foul
gas, aud also to prevent rubbish and filth
from streets entering the sewer, each inlet
having what is termed a ' catcn-oasin to
secure the rubbish and washings of the
street, ami which, when tilled, is cleaned out
by tbe street scavengers. The Inlets now
used in Philadelphia are formed of cast-iron,
and are considered a very perfect arrange
ment ancrcompiete success, ah matters oi
fluid or semi-fluid character are passed into
these sewers aud drains; and Mr. Kneass
urging strongly upon the City Council the
nrnnrietv oi ULKinir Bieus luiiuruiaiviv
prohibit the use of cess-pools in tbe built-up
portions of the city altogether.
ine totui lengtu oi sewers now duui. auu
in operation in Philadelphia is estimated
someiuing over tnree nuuarea mnes.
IN NEW TORK
The sewers are uniform in shape, and not
constructed after any well-arranged system.
Efforts are now being made to remedy tue
defects of the originalplan. Property-holders
are taxed fur tbe construction. The city has
about four hundred and ninety miles of sewer
I " aauunnx-i
eter- I The citv authorities have adopted a com-
I , f i j j '
t pieie system oi unuergruuuu uiaiuuge lur
wholo citv. and calculated for all extensions
which the growth of the city will demand.
ibis system is tne result oi tue conioinea ex
perieuce of several of tbe most accomplished
engineers of the cities of New York and
Brooklyn,, aided ny tne experience aerivea
I from European cities, and is probably as per-
years I feet as can be obtained at the present time.
ster This system consists of brick sewers for
main and glazed stoneware pipe for the lat
eral drains. The lurgest-sizod main is a cir
cular sewer of six feet iutejior diameter,
which is calculated to drain about 3,000 acres
of town area, and has a fall of but two feetper
mile, and is about two miles in length. The
smaller brick sewers are egg-shaped, and
lateral drains glazed stoneware pipe twelve
i ana niteen mcues in diameter, tue connec
ts who I tinna with houses, tc. six-inch oiue.
the I Thejvw'' ac jone under the direction of
iln .1. . n : l
iiuage i ooara oi aeweraire tommissiunera. wuo
who I required bv law "to lav out tbe whole
lh I into sewer districts: each dimrict to consist
fined I a main or principal sewer, having its outlet
was iu inn river ur uny; auu an uisueues ui
I main sewer and tbe collateral or interior
parties I sewers running into tue main sewer
I and laid districts shall be go arranged
who I to be Independent of each other,
busl- I far as mar be." The sewers, when con
ne i structea, are paid ior uy assessment on
tbe property in ttio district ao drained; a
centage ror collection oeing aaaea to tne
aessment on the cost of constructing the
ers. Brooklyn nas now oeiweeu seventy
these I and aio-htv miles of sewers, built under
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ui i uirsutioa i sum vuaiu wimis uisisa
much I years, and in accordance wun tbe
I adopted. In these ei tie, Philadelphia.
York and Brooklyn the citv la responsible
only flit" the main and lateral seweri laid
down ia the street, the connection., witfa ,
houses, &c being put in at the expense of the
property owners, who are alone held respon- i
sihle fur their efficient action.
The Committee make no jecommendation
of n plans, of Aeweiveacape'tiri this city, re-
serving tbat matter for future deliberation.
iotvjr propose, nowever, to ouua sewers ou
Vine and Walnut-street immediately, ac
cording to, inecifications already approved,
tenders tor wnicu win oe aavertisea lor at
onoe. , 5. -1 ' i v V
Mr, TVaikr-n fiflertwl the tVillowintr resolu
tion relative to the improvement of the City
Bnildingi: -' t ' J.
steeorref, 'mat tit Hoard of t Ity improvements ns
llrected to contract ft,r the lmim,vaisnt of the City
Rulldlugs, according I4i the plans and snecibeatlons
proposed bv Anderson Hamsfors. for that pur.
poee. profMcd the coat of such woik shall lint ex
roea If jo.ifio. and that the sums sliall ba comparted
on or before lb. Vuth day of October, 160.
Made the special order tor an extra session
of thj Council, to be held ore Friday night
A number of erdinanoea assessing special
taxes fur the improvement of streets, were
passed, under a suspension of the rules.
Adjourned. if t , , .
Extraordinary Physiological Phenomenon
—The Sight of a Beautiful Blind Girl
Restored by Marriage.
A physiological wouder occurred a short
time since, in this city, which will doubtless
prove as interesting to our readers as it
already has to physiologists and oculists, A
young aua exeeeuingiy interesting gin re
siding on Eighth-street, whose name we sup
press from motives of delicacy, and whose
amiable disposition, elegant manners and
piacia ocauty ot soul haa enaearea Ber to an
wno knew ner, was, a year or two ago, com
pelled to discontinue ner studies and leave
school, in consequence of a partial loss of eye
sight that threatened to become total.
one was entirely unable to read. aud. al
though she could see well enough to enable
ber to walk about, visit ber tnends and enter
tain them when they called upon her, the
threatened los3 of sight gave her much an
noyance and aroused the sympathies of all
who became acquainted with the facts.
A number of our moot skillful physicians
were employed by the family, and she was
even taken to some of our most noted oculists;
but all their learning, dexterity and manage
ment proved unavailing. Her eves looked
healthy, were beautifully pensive in their
CApiceniuu, nuu ncniiicu uodi n. UGI auui was
pure, but they - were nevertheless to her
almost wholly useless. , r - . j ( .
Notwithstanding this rather melancholy
physical defect, a young man, who hud long
been devoted to bor, offered her bis hand in
marriage, 8be demurred, and through an
excess of affection, refused to bestow it upon
the man who had long since won her heart,
stating that she never would consent to be
come a burthen upon the man she loved. For
a long time he persisted in his suit, and at
length, through his praises and sighe, made
her believe that life with her, even if she were
wholly blind, were better than a farad
where she was not.
A month or two, ago, her resolution
rescinded, and she became his wile.
and, strange as. it may seem, from that
nay ngr eyesigut began to improve, ana
sue is now ante to read too nnest print oy
';as-iignt, witnout pain ana witnout any ap
parent optical injury. The case has caused
considerable sensation among those who are
conversant with the circumstances. Apart
from its significance as a well established
ocular fact, it ii a practical illustration of
vvnat oas oeen cieveny ana wuuit saia,
"That Love is blind, but Hymen is tue ocu
list who alone can open bis eyes.
Between an Arch-angel and a Patriarch
for Twentt Dollars. The pundit of the
Commercial has apparently, of late, been en
gaged in reading distinguished accounts of
imllipg-matches between the Arch-angels
and the Patriarchs, which, in yesterday's
issue, ne alludes to tnus :
"A day or two ago we published an account
uf a matrimonial speculation, in which one
Mr. noati had engaged, but which aid nut
prove profitable. It appears that be agreed
to find a husband for an agreeable lady (all
ladies by severe courtesy aru said to be agree
able), descended from the Patriarch whu had
1 wrestliug-metcn witn tbe Arcn-nngei, tor
which he was to receive twenty dollars."
As a scholar, we would be glad to have tbe
aforesaid pundit inform us what Patriarch
received twenty dollars for a wrestling-match
witn an Arcu-angei, wno tne Arcu-angei
was, and what the match referred to bad to
do with Mr. Noah's matrimonial speculation.
w e pause tor a repiy. .
Bitrolart in Elm-strbet. The residence
of Emmanuel Katzenberger, in Elm-street
near f nteentn, was teiouiousiy enteied, nigut
before last, and robbed of money and jewelry
to the amount of twenty-five dollars. The
entrance was effected through a rear win
dow ot the Building wmcn baa oeen left open,
and looked from a room in which Mr. K. and
bis wife lay asleep. ' The burglars ransacked
that room and the one adjuining, aud then
touk their departure, ' leaving the inmates
bollv obliTious 01 tnemiamgm visit tiiey
Politics at the Opeba-hodse. It is
contemplation, we understand, to invite Hon.
Stanley Matthews and one or two other
talented speakers 10 aa dress rue conserva
tive aud Union-loving citizens of Cincinnati
and vicinity at the Opera-house. The affair
will probably take place in a few days, when
seats will be reserved for the ladies, who
generally feel an interest in the politics
fcuc U..IWU. w.w.wu.t..v '
fully inaugurated here during the campaign.
Funeral op John B. Hanbelman. The re
mains of John B. Hanselman, who, it will
be remembered, died of disease of the heart,
on the 6th inst., on the Steam Fire Engine
, No. 10, of which he was engineer, were borne
to their last resting place yesterday, attended
oy tue nremen ana a large concourse oi citi
zens. Mr. H. was bigblv esteemed by
who knew him, and leaves a large circle
friends to mourn bis untimely demise.
Cdttino Apprat. A cutting affray
curred about eleven o'clock last night
Donahue s saloon, on roui in-street, in wdicd
aovero uuio m vuo u-ova diiu ilia;?, iiuw m o-uim
in tbe hands of Jeremiah Donahue. Tbe
parties were both inebriated." No arrests
been made up to a late hour last night.
EoLir-se Anniversary Picnic. Owing
the low Btage of water in Licking River,
Eclipse Anniversary Picnic will be held
the Miami Grove Instead of the Eclipse
Grove as heretofore mentioned. A good
time is expected, and all who wish to euloy
themselves on that day should be in
Robbery. A man named Albert Fisher
was knocked down on Columbia-street night
before last and robbed of a gold locket con
taining the likeness of bis mother. He
some money and a valuable watch about
person at tbe time, bnt tney were not tuKen.
Larcimt op A Ooat. A coat was stolen
yesterday afternoon from the establishment
city I mekinc naner cio-ara or cio-arrattea
of I paper cigars are cuiefly smoked by men;
I women prefer "pures, the largest they
eucu I gat, Ibt xtinua 01 JOQOre Oi DOtu Sexes
yesieruay uucriiuuu iiuiu tuts coiouiiouiucuv
of Spinner White, at No. 16 Second-street,
The garment was valued at sixteen dollars,
and Ead the name of C.H. Corneau on
a oi twin sexes
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UUIKS UCBIT IU lOUOCW, AS IB SUUIA IB, VI
luxury. The women are-eften seen
together weaving mats, and each with a
ClOAR-MAKlMa AND SslOKINa AT MANILLA.
At Manilla tbe women. smoke as well as
men. One manufactory employs about
women in making the Manilla cheroot;
establishment employs 3,000 men
in ner mouth. When speaking, it is trans-
rerreq, to ins penorattun in inn ear. vv
met paddling their canoes, the cigar is seldom
wanting. - '
Bot Killed it Cannon Waudino.
llel Nvbv.1. air.il .iirhti.en nr twentT
was instantly killed at Waterloo, n. i .,
I T 1 I. . .1.- W-t,'n r f.n.n o nun
iw luoHisjsijuke; iu. ...,uuii.vi
which was racklesali
where tka daceased was stent
;ed into a
l- l ,'l 1 .
4 &mn k NrxsVe Hau. Tbe emnpllmen
tary concert lor the benefit of Madam Slemlnakl,
will lake place thai evening, at Smith Nixon's
Hall. The programass haa been oa re folly selected,
and, taking intoaClderatloa the merit of th. fceajs
jfotsers, will doubtless fill the honss to ovsrflowlng.
Madame Rive, Mies Raachlg, and Messrs. Knnkls,
Warwood and Tossn h.v. kindly voluntosrsd thslr
services upon the oceaalon, and th. entertainment
promises to be quite an agreeable, one, Madams S.
Is an excellent flutist, and deserve, to be heard by
every lover of masle In th. ellr. W. hope th. con
cert will ba successful In every respect, and prove
out ouly a compliment In nam but g, bensflt Indeed.
National TiitTiii.--Tne,! French Opera
Comor, erroneously announced lit all the city pa
pers to appear last night, are advertised to sing
Vsrdl's erase (em this evening at th. National. Tbs
per irmaexe will commence with La ffoss rfs St.
Ftrwr, In which tbe piquant and charming M'll.
Ilarcey will appear as "Pierrette." The programme
Isqutts a good oust and we doubt not win attract a
large andlewcs. ' '
Tbo Ohio: opposite this port continued
swelling rapidly yesterday, having risen during the
twanty-ftmr aotiraendliiglaetereningaboat twenty
thne Inches, lenvtsg a channel-depth between her.
and Louisville, aooonllng to the Waterworks re
port, of a trifle leas than fourteen feet; giving abund
ance of water Air all purpose of navigation.
The weather vesterdev was .great Improvement on
Tuesday: the tempetat ure, owing, n9 doubt, to rains
in this vicinity, having . declined aevi ral degrees.
1 he wearner was warm, out siiii cool auu pieaeaui
iMinea. was dull on the f.audlns of course, and
rrclKhtacnnthiuetl scarce without auy special chaugs
In rates, which are as follows:
Jjourg. Cotton, rnc.: Molasses1, r.e.; Whisky,
toe.; Flnur, Ibc.; Pork and Lard, 36c; Pouud Freights
u inf lsc. per limlbs. .
tfii.seile Whinky.per brl , 77;,; Clover -seed, Ww.)
Ale, '., Flour.MK., Pound Freights, "Sc. per lis)
W. r.'iUM ni-R, ruuuu riaisiun, . pvi tw
lbs.; Whisky aud Oil, 6X. per barrel, Stoves, 3&oi
Ale, fine, per banal. -
fi.Hiiai.iifa -Whisky and Oil, Ne, per barrel,
(W-o Whisky and Oil, 50c. per bariol; Pound
tfr-tulita. Ha. nor Irak nnnntlN.
.Wic Orleans. Whisky 1; Pork, one.; Plntir, lle.
Barrel Lard, AJc; Lard Oil, tl 10, Keg Lunl,2oc.
Pigs Feet, por keg, 2.c.; Butter ana Cheese, per 100
lbs., 4ilc.: Candles aud Soap, per lno lb.., 40c. Bacon.
Iter Hal lbs., 3-'jc.; Casting., per lisl Hie., 7.V.; Lanl
tierces, per tierce. Si; Bodsteads, in boxes, Soc.;
lint-tees, par bead, SI0-, Bar Iron, per lisj Iby, Aoc.
Tb.wenlherat Louisville on Tnesday was very
funr teet ten inches water In the Cau.l, In tbs
At St. Louis tbe Mississippi continues falling pretty
ntfjidilv. uL the rata of six or eight Indies every
twenty-four hour. The Upper Mississippi likewise,
Is tailing rapidly all the way dow n from St. Paul.
There are lour, teet Bcuilt on tlie Lower nanlds. six
leet botwecu Keokuk and Qulncy, and aight feet
trom tne latter piece uenee ui rule point.
The Missouri, at last accounts, waa falling slowly.
The Illinois continues swelling along tne lower nor
tlon of the eti-oam, and has now a vary fair low
rWrals. M. MrClellan, Louisville: Magnolia,
Maysville; Forest Vluoen, maaison; unio no. j, sia
rietta; Duuleith, Neville; Melnotte, Plttahnrg.
Dtparture. M. MrClellan, Louisville, Magnolia,
Maysvlllet Forest fjueen, Madison; Punleith, Ne
ville; Melnotte. St. Louis; ftelianco. Marietta; St.,
pb.cn Decatur, New Orleans.
Za (jitv i0firmarr. An order was made
out to have her taken to the Carthage Asylum.
MAr-cuibBioN. A negro woman, thirty
years of age, the slave of Lewis Horton, of
cw urieans, was uanumutea Dy ner owner,
on application of Ball Jt Ball.
Allioxd Ixbanitt. An affidavit was made
of the insanity of a married woman, a native
of Germany, named Vogedee jealousy being
the alleged cause. Tbe case is not yet inves
Jane Hooker, hfty-six years of age, a na
tive of the United States, aud a resident of
Hamilton County siuce 1844, was pronounced
to he insane. It was stated that she was im
Ijecile. and appeared much emaciated. She
supposed that the bones and muscles of her
uoay naa been removea. r or some monins
past she had been ia the Commercial Hospital
Ikventurt Filed.-Luct H. Smith, exec
utrix of John smith, aeceasea, niea an inven
tory of the personal property of the deceased,
and of the debts due to his estate.
James Locke, guardian of Wm. Locke, and
others, filed an account, pursuant to order of
Court, in relation to tue property 01 tue
Habeas Corpus. A writ of habeat corput
was sued out on behalf of Chas. Smith, who.
on a charge of breaking iuto a pound and re
sisting an officer, was fined $10 and sentenced
. . . . ".1 . : .:nnnM.AM : i, . r'. ...... i.;i
vuieuuuve iuiiiinuiiuiciu ,u luowvuuij u u.i.
by the Mayor of Glendale. It was claimed
by Mr. Iioitricb, who tued out the writ, tbat
as tbe party did not plead guilty, the sen
tencing 01 tne accused oy tue Mayor was
contrary to law.
ot Qate for cle of the ,jourt of Appeals, to be
I .11 r,,,n.l nil nt ths A 11011 at OlPOtinn.
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Political News. The Democratic Central
Committee of this city has issued a call fur a
Convention to be held at tne city Hail, on
Saturday evening next, to nominate candi
dates for Mayor and Marshal. Major Good-
son being tbe only candidate Tor the former
office, will .undoubtedly--be unanimously
nominated. For the Marshalsbip a warm
contest is anticipated, ae there are several
ospiruuts tor tnal position.
A Couuty Convention of the same party
will be held at Independence, on Saturday
next, tu choose delegates to the Frankfort
Convention, on the 18th, for the purpose of
nominating a Ulerk ot tne court oi Appeals,
vie Rankin R. Rcville. deceased.
A Douglas State Convention -will be held
at Louisville, ou the 11th of August, for the
purpose ot forming an electoral ticket iavov
able to that gentleman, and selecting a candi-
A crentleman. a supporter of Bell, wishes us
to record tho following prediction, which he
hag made in reference to the vote of this
city at the uext Presidential election: Hell,
700 votes; Breckinridge, 600 votes; Douglas,
300 votes; Lincoln, 200 votes.
Robbing bt Daylight. The bouse of Mr.
L. M. Winston, on Gorrord-street. near the
Suspension Bridge, vias entered about noon
yesterday and robbed of a silver cup and
RnKAWAT. A horse attached to a butter
51X5 C Sn'tha
tendance. teruuy, but did no other damage than tne
breaking of the vehicle. A little boy, tbe
sou of Sr. L. Wltzel, was in the wagon at
the time, and was thrown out on the pave
ment, but, tortunateiy, was not nun.
Douglas vs. Buxckivridgt. Ratification
Ueetinos. A Douglas ratification meeting
will be held at the Court-house on Friday
evening next, which will be addressed by
several distinguished speakers from abroad.
The friends of Breckinridge will ratify that
gentleman's, nomination on the following
evening, at tne same piacu, v. ueu it is si
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11US, VI aiHHO .IU U.MV.a
xr.ir.v P,hiii.t n. a Jnxn iw New Yobk.-
. - .i . j
Un Monaay alternoon, as a young gin, au-
LOiuD. oy way ui iriKuiuiiiK
: , t c 1 c - t a.-
lotted match upon Ber clothes Her drew,
"& was of lig)it fabric, .ln8t;,yn'"dJ
the 4 "?nt ,r A' Xr
I.. . ui.ga uVa.i nitixAHH basteuea u ner
rescue, but before they could extinguish tbe
flames she was horribly burned, and died
Fourth op Jolt Oratort Declining.
Tb. k'.i Ynrk correspondent of the Phila
delphia ledger says that the penny-a-linere
k!v .r;t Fmirth of Julv orations to
have not mftde so good a thing of it this
.....al The, rl.mn.nrl bainfr limited and
in- I - --- , ; o -
:.- I aiinnlv larire. prices naa to comeaowu. wis-
HO - 'I T I O", r , l.c- ital.m.nl.
sidering. tlie source whence thw sUtemenU
on naiut. ana tne otuer ssusu m. exio.
are derived, we presume there can be
doubt of their correctness.
A Facetious Dibtinchon.-tA facetious
asked one of his playmates how a hardware-rt-iW
differed from a boot-guaker. The
I... ainv.arhat nuzzled, gave it up." "Wb,
BiLiri tha otner. . ocsmumj oh suis;v.
Mia. Laura Keene is playing; at tne BaT
market Theater, in London.
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COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS. Monetary and Commercial.
Yesterday Tbird-etreet waa very dull, more
tha. on any day for a weak part. Th. Bankers
ware not enabled U report any change la Flsanesa,
which wsrs easy sad f r.elng aiore so.
,?,4t,,t?!r H 'a dem.ad, bnt little to making,
and tbe DKconm bonsae de-lr. to bur approved
,T i "k,, ft '"ae. law u.
portunltlea oubildo ,.f tli.lr own cuslomer..
Eastern Exchange remains unaltered in any par
ticular, S- being tbs buying and Mo. tbs selling
Old waa as qrrlet ae It has been for a week or mors,
tbs Bankera sending It Last as rapidly aa they aoc-a-mnlate
t'neiirrent Money rules as befoe., llttl. being
off-red, though it ts readily taken at the rates.
Flour continued without any particular change
yesterday; the d-mand being mcderate ani kioal,
and confined .utlrely tn the higher gradee. Whisky
wm dull and prices wereeesler, l,3no oris., Including
those rrom wsgon, selling at 17c. Provisions war.
rmtbes-firmer. preveoMiig operations of any conse
quence, and Inaurlng holders to demand ailvanos for
all articles. Wheat was dull and rntas wore so Ir
regular that reliable quotations ooold not be given.
Very little new Is srriviug; but It Is offered freely for
delivery In ten to fourteen dsys. Corn. Ry., OaSj
snd harlev, ountlnued dull yesterday, aud Qroosrles
Th. Imparts and Exports of various articles dnrtfig
th. twsnty-Rvor hours sndlng yest.rday noon wsrs
Imre-er Avplsa, as brl. ; Barley, 67 bu-h.; Battav.
packages Corn. 4,97 bushels; Cheese, 10 boxes;
Cofiee, ?n bags-. Flour, M9 brls ; Hay, 150 haleei
llogs. 4 head; Lard, t burrs la, and kegs; Malt,
yi bush ; Oats, t.xn bushels; Pork and Bacon, U
hbds.. I tierces, 1 barrel, and I boxes; Petal".,
.. ""-i. I r ii uu. . ; oill, .1. usnvii, w uM,
0 bushels; Whlskj, 1,724 brls.
son-Apvies, ' narreis; ijaraies, 40 noxss;
Chee-e, 220 bivxes; t'olTee, ivs bass; Flour, tA'fl brls.;
Hugs, 170 head; Mola srs. ,73 brls.i I'ork and Baron.
S7 hbils., 3n Mercs S barrels', Sug.r. IIS hhds.; Salt.
10 barrels; Wheat I.aot bushel w hlsky, t brls.
The Foreign Imports of New Tork for the month
of June show aa aggregate of Siv.iso,7S9, against
f24,iv,y,2sl for the corresponding month of last year,
a aecreaas or s4,yoy,u3v. wnne, lor ins .ix nionin
from Jaouary 1. th. amount Is I17,7'9,07s, sgelnst
SIM. IM.P"4, a decrease of $1 1.44A 70s for the Brlod.
Thatablssof Imports andiportat th'S port, for
the flscNl vear, give as the rMiilt of the Imp rts. an
excess of S13, 471,411 over the llscal year ending Jons
yi. IVi9, and an exceae of Exporte In the same period
ort.1l,.'!i3,on9. Specie Is included In bo'h am,unu,
this item in the axport tsblea footing up to the aum
of SW,oy7.A46, agsinst 16.39.444 In tlie yearsndlng
In lK."e.i. The statement, aaya the TXeaas, Is qnits aa
satisfactory as had beeu anticipated -fhs large la-
crease ill our rxporis, exclusive 01 opeoie, roseing a
very favorable exhibit, and indicating the Increased
ability ot the oountry to pay for its imports In an ex
change of products,
lo.reganl to last week',-New Tork Bank Statement
Tuesday's rrtoufis obasrveai . .
The Bank Statement of the week la unexpectedly
fkvnrable In nearly .very Item, but more especially
In ihe Specie reserve. After the very lar ge shipment
or Saturday week, Sl.SOtMlfO, a (ailing off of at least
half a million waa looked for In the weekly averages
of the Banks, while, on tbe contrary, there Isiau
Increase shown of over a quarter of a million. Th.
receipts from the Interior must hav. bsen larger
than waa anticipated. Tlie sblrment last Baturdsv
waa small, less than half a mliliun, aud our Bank
vaulla will be strengthened Una week bv a California
arrival, announced by telegraph as reaching 11,400,
Out). The Banks have sucoeeded In keeping np the Una
of Loans, but it Is not unlikely that the statement of
next week will show some decresse. Xh. circulation
shows a fluctuation of half a million, aa is u-ual in
the statement following dividend day. In th. De
posit line tber. U a natural Increase to a small
The following Is s comparative statement of tb.
Condition 01 tns jmoks 01 me t-uy 01 pew soxa.
$0.9 404, 27
,241.241 InO... IJ
,;Sl,6'M Inc.. I-'
,3'3.727 loc... 64
ti,33i,32H Inc.. it3,ea
June 30 and July 7:
Not deposits.... 81,187,709
Tuesday's New Tork Times, under date of Monday
The Monev Market opens this week without alter
ation iu rates since Saturday. The general supnly Is
easy, at5a..Vt per ceut. on temporary loan, aud sfyb
per cent, on choice mercantile hills stxtv days to six
months Indorsed, and o7 per cent, ou select slngui
names. Bills 011 London are held by tb. principal
banking bouses tor en advanco of M ner ceut.. th.
presedt quotation being loo.'ii&llo per cent.
1 oe exporiers 01 rjuiuon nuaii Qimcun so com
mand Gold bare or American double eealea within
the recent curtoncy or Exchange, and while tber. Is
no Increase In the trade demaud fur Bills, there Is
leee disposition 1 1 draw on cloae margin. On Parle
the terma ar. not changed from 1 3.l3-3f.6.13M.
The Cunarder this we-k sails from Bi-ston.
Ihe Li ans of tbe Philadelphia Banks lost week In
creased (34.472. and the Circulation JKJ.'.W. This
llioroaae of circulation, ana loss of 908,663 01 epeci.
his gons to sottle SI7U,.,24 ol Deceits. There Is
ressou to believe that there wi!l b. increased ac
tivity In that city henceforth for several month,.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 11.
PTOtTR The market remains withoat essential
change; the demand Is moderate and local, and cn- -lined
altogether to the higher grades of fresh
gruund. aa old is unsalable to any extent, thouch
offered at S4 3o4 73 for superfine to extra; the salee
comprise 7on brls. at 13 253A for extra fresh
gruiind; softs for extra lamlly to fancy brtkas.
ana 94 eui-4 ie lor 01a extra.
HnlBAt-A ami msraet,
PuoVISIONS The market Is rather llrnivr, which
of l,2oo brls. nt 17c.. loclutling tbat from wagon.
PHI iVtslllNR The market IS rather llrnter. w
tends to check business: holdors conte idinit fur an
advance on all articles: els 73 was offered for mess
Fork, but lsesthan S19 would not oe accepted. juik
Meats are In active demand, and we understood
400,000 pounds sold, port here, but chiefly at anoint
in tne interior, at 1 snu 10c ; city ciues are oeiu as
loH10.Hc , the latter rats for heavy. Bacon Shoul
ders could be bought at 9c., but Hides ar. held at a
shade over lie. In most cases.
OIL Hales or 73 barrels at MC, a runner savsnc..
GROCERIES A fair demand for Sugar In the reg
ular way, at S and 9c., with salea of 00 hhds, Ci.ffa.
firm: sales or 100 bags st H4C Molasses unchanged
and firm at 446)430.
w 11AA1 ibe niaraet IB auu, ana so irregular ia
prices that accurate quotations can not bs given,
i'here Is very Utile new coming- hut It ts offered lu
considerable quantitlea, to bs delivered In teu dftva
or two weeae, out IU. prices asawu i awo.e ,u.
views of buyers. There wei. sales of 2o0 bushels
prime new red at 81 o3; Si x do. choloe new white at
1 1 20; 200 do. prims old whits at el is. delivered, and
uo. ao. rea at si u, ........
CORN The market continues dull, bnt withoat
auy chauge In prices. Ws quols ear, In bulk, at b
46c.: sales of 2,000 bushels, iu bulk, at s.i tXl do
do. at 46 V.C-.; "0 do. do. at 47o. Tbs last sale was
considered above the markst. ... . ,
OATS Tbs supply coutluuee liberal, and the mar
ket is dull and lower, closing at 36(37o.
It VE Ws have no change to notice In the market,
snd quote It dull st 73c. for prime.
BA HI. EY-Nothiux doing, aud prloes ars nominal
at noiassc. for prlmo fall.
HAS snare 1. mn acii.e iinu.uui auu wiu
vaucvd to 818 per tun for prims, la balsa oa arrival;
new Is firm at 816. ... .
CHEESE The market continues auu ana an
chauged: we quote It at 77Hc, the latter for choios
New York Market.
New York. July 11 P. M. Ashes stesdv:
sales of 73 brls. at 83 12X for Pots; 13 62H f, r Pearls.
Cotton only In limtrea Q'lmana, ana ine maract is
ominally unchanged: sales oil, (wo bales at loMo.
r middling uplands. . , ....
Flour duliaud heavy and rather easier, with hold.
ars mors dlspossd to reallzs. The demand both fur
axport and borne consumption is quite limited: sales
of 9.400 brls. at $i IX'' 23 fur supjrdae Slate; 3 40
7:83 33 fur extra State ; 83 1333 23 tor surporftne
Western; 83 4o($3 33 for commun to medium extra
Western, and 83 7U&3 73 for shipping brands round
hoop Ohio, closing dull and tendency downward
Canadian Flour only in very moderuto reque.t, auu
tbe uiarkot lor common orantia rniea to ravor oi
buyers: sales of 7on brls. at 83 3'3,7 to for ooniuion
to choice extra, llye Flour steady, with small sales
at 83 corurt 20 for oommon to cnoice suuernae. e-uru.
meal quiet and unchanged: sales of XM brls. Jersey
st IM w. . ...
Whisky dnti sua prices una aownwara: sues or
2o0 brls. at 2bU2lec. . . .
Wheat steady witn a moaerat. export ae-
mend, eeles of M.ftlMI bushels of Chicago SorlUS
at 81 23; ft,eou bushels of very hsndbjms white
inaiana at si Qt m.ooo ousueis oi dtiiwautw Liu.
.ml nominal. Vorn a little mure active and the uiar
ket steady: salee of 76,010 bushela at 62i$62.'vc. lor
sound mixed Western; 61 C. for Inferior do l3c. for
very choice do.; 64c. for Western yellow, snd 72c. for
white Southern; lo.OoO bushels of distilling Westers
mixed were reported M arrive at 60c. Oats dull at
37.40c. for Western and Canadian, ana teuitlc. for
HorK le held witu mors nrmness, sns id. bium,
la decidedly more active: sales of 9.473 I ris, at ll U
tlO 23 tor Sw m-SSi SIB so lor oiu; iij uiui iuh.,
14 12(jl4 3o for new prim., and ilJ IS" for "id prima.
earouiutana uucnanuea: eeiee pi ' "' w.v
I ? .r cuutry prime; 8isRB3 for couutrr mess:
Miom for extra th.ss Prim.; ?'Vd?Vwi.mau
-mina iWj. wfH. 8'i
Silt Meatsduli: sales of 73 packages at 8SMH0- for
. .hi leiatiie. " ' . . .
, Brls, parr imi .v...",.-..-,;. .
Butler selling . .""; '"'"'
I """, -,1111,
Dtate. coses. '" J - . -
i.i .il Arm: salea sin.
I ..-. w.rncaiboat lSfealso.
I . i A,. Incread dl
wAr. u euurmaraat aata troaiy, au
c our laat of 1,000
sou bun Cwtu Hica at 14
dmand for retluad fingara
New York Cattle Market.
N.wr Ynntr. Julv 11. Beef advanced;
ualliv exoelleut: receipts I.Olii head, nearly all sold
to speculatois. Price for extra Xi&sto.; r.r
quality S4t(ftW.; third quality 71 (ac luierior iA
?c.; ihe average of .11 sales wo. 8!ilc.- Cows,
rti.mlii.l Hheeeand Lambs tn better demand at full
r rices: Hbeep S2 7WC6 ou; L.ainee ei ooigj. "-v
2,lfcO head. Veal steady at c.i .varage. oc.
i av miu... '-. -
average quality good;
a fair hu.inees doing In swtueat 0J1.SMC.. luoi
prime oorn-u-a at ov.taoec.
New York Stock Market.
Niw York, July U.-Stocks are gtro-ger,
with good spec'ulativn luqutry:
gage. Wl Use Tork Osniral, IBH; n-1"''; V
Michigan Bouioeru U7.
nleed,3lli Harlem, nr..
ItlShiS. tr'i M.ibig'an aoutbera I, Hi
Michigan Bout hern, pusn
terrea, am, i iu rhii. an
CleVe'land and ToTO, SSei.osnd Buck Ubind;
SV; Chicago, Burlingtou and Uuiucy, 78.
Puilapelpbia, July 11. Fleer U duU.
Wheat ateadr: aali't ofwhlU Ot II 3301 48. Oil rwf
2 81 WM SO Oorn dnlll aalsai ofyellow at tee.
Pro . Km .a.ly. M. l'.u k st l4l 84. toils
sTlsi4T Whlskv dull .1 2HAH0, ;. .