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"WAHTH," "rO BALIS." rOE MITT."
'tOfrt." "eUCIID." "BOARDING." o.-A-srllemrut
Com lot nniWthno beading, lot .x
n Hdm, will be Inserted twtc for dS MUM
IV --- . . i i l li i
ANTKD-A (URTTo d. general horr-swork.
Apply at and ntrnl-aron-e. JJs.-b
A Ut KL ToTloafteTal housework,
l 37H Baymlller.lMtwaan barton and Bank-
WANTRIr THIS MOHNIrfft T0 Mn cooks
nd ono hull bur, t UAKuk rourth-atreet In
telligence Olflco. . Jy-b
ANTBD-A MtUATION.-A (rood Printer
wants a iHiiAtlnn In a cmintrr oMra. Kefer.
nce give., (1 required, itddreas PftlNTKR, Preen
WANTKD -BOT-A good, active, ste-dy Bor
one that deslrus lo learn the liaguerrelan bujl-
touit r..nio well recommended. Apply At
IIOOM HOrtlli'ir. J4Wt Mfth-.it.
WANTK1 -A TKArilKR-MnlvMiUtiintfOTft
jpublli Hchoul. .Salary liberal. AtltlreM J. Q..
pally Prp OltUo, stating name, ae, aUdrrfs and
TEN t!KTR-Vrtti HHrin whom I
have luilt unsuch hrlarht ritaamsnf haDDtneKS
h come, nnifit eel mtrour lis.
corny, nniKt eel me yourljkeneits from JO H N HUN'S
OalWy, Ninth and Mn.1i.. Lanrewhota-siM Pictures,
richly colored, iu a fttlt frame, $1. 8m nil ones inc.
IVANTKII-A smalt Uonw or CottaM In t'ov,
. Inatonur Newport. Will hay. or rrnt
l ie, 11 luiwa. narfw VAUivn, no. I4H Firth'
t uincmnitii, nmiinex erms. jy2ft-b
WANTED TO BRNT A Honae containing
hix or eeven rooms, wit lit n twenty mlnuto's
wntk of the pontolflco,
V"A NTK I A
Itnatlon In a retail fotr OnndN
v or Uroff-ry store, by a roana i
or Urocf-ry store, by a roan man la years of
V- lias hn twoyrs expenetioeln ech:an speak
lao Cif rman, stid pfve god referenrcs,
Wo n 111 like
i" conimen-e ninmt toe nrst of August
AOL NO, ftl Hroadwny.
WANTED Immeiliately, twoairls to go to the
comiiry, nbout two miles, and three for city,
lt-r irotinrul hoitfio-work; must come rocommpndfd.
Vvciftj uien can net employment by applying at 380
( "iitral-avenae tiear Court, fyKiii
WAiTKD HITITATTOVS For two good girls
lu one houne. tiood referenees given. No ob-
jf'tion to tho country. A voum man wants a situa
tion a, salesman or clerk. Keliable help, male or
WANTED -A PARTNER With a rash capital
ol -from MM to to go Into buslneas In this
Itv. Protiis guoil, and napitat secured. Call on
HOC., private rarUra United Butea Hotel, from 9
tin i! anq l tin jyM-b
WANTKD Hitnatlon by a young man who
thoroughly understands book-keeping, speaks
and writes Herman and English perfectly. Salary
no objoct; will accept employment at any thing that
Apply to w. u. ruiiiiiirn, j
WANTED A SITUATION .-To Surgeons and
(heniiats. The writer wishes a situation as
Ulrtpc using CUomiit, or wonld undertake to manage
Addrew velhi uousig, ueihl
WANTE I) -TO LET To a lady and gentleman
or two eeiitk'men, Roomn. fnrnlnhed or uufur
itthei), with Ihai-iI. Apply at 17s film-street, be-
WANTED-SIX 01RLS Todo honaework.and
tine shihII girl to act as Nurse. Also, four
1'Minu iu en lor various employments. Apply at
iAi,n.eun i;. n iniuiugunce unico.XHO. 34 iniru.
t-trvet, neiii by ra more.
WANTED A TEN ANT For two or throe
rooms, In u quiet part of the city, 3' aquareH
from ih" P. O , furnished or uu furnished, with or
wtth'nit loBnl. A! no, several gentlemen can obtain
i 'on pi i n at vittl bim-stroet. jy-ir"
WANTED TEN CE NTS Surely your busy
little hi-art must alrcadr have warned lou
why he got hln picture taken at JOHNSON'SOallery,
Ninth aud Main. Large whole-size one, richly col-
oreti, id a gilt frame, 91. 10 sena in a letter, 10c.
'VmrANTED-AOKNTS-To soil ImoroTed Metal
TT He Sowing Needle-threadora. Agents realize
from 93 to 910 per uay. uruers reeeiTt) prompt atte
'uii. t. puu rouuipi ui tHD-wh. iiadip, uinustfiUti
aetit, pre-paid, by mall. Address BUCK.fi A KENT,
H-Tiithgate House, Clncltiuatl, Ohio. jy-f
WANTKIM'OOK AND GOOD WASHER AND
lUONfcK-Ou Walnut HtlU. An Industrious
aud careful girl mar obtain the situation by aoDlv-
Ing lu the upper stcry of the building, No. S west
onrth-8trwt, ovur the Bookstore.
WANTED-A COMPETENT SAWYKH-
ruu a Htoum Circular Saw-mill, on sharea, out
iu the couutry. Also, a Miller, to grind on shares.
A tirtit-i ate chanco for men with grown-up families
to as-ist In the work. None but those with the bettt
if ivlerence uecd anrlv. Further Information will
to (ilveu by p. 0. UltOWN, sotitb-eaet corner
1 uira auu sycamore. jyje-o
MfANTEl Men seeking situations as clerks,
stiff mm, book -kw purs, bar-keepers, port re.
Kp3rs, lueclianics, lalwrtirn, and others, should ap
tly lit tbo Mcirhanti' Clerks' Registry Office. No.
alfANTKII-Two or three so
fc Apily uu lort'oti, urar odd-Voilowi' Hall,
ns'vpori, ny. jyzij-u-j
JOHN O. GORMAN
,4TANTED-BOAKI-In the Country, within
t t nve or mx unieeoi the city, tor a lady and in
fant. Addrws J. R. at this Office.
ltfANTKn-A PURCHASKU for a rare old
cuiu. which may be seen at No. lB'A West
WANTED A GIRL to do general housework
Apply at 49 6 JCighth-atreot, between Central-
awuue sua jonn. jyxo-o
SITUATION Br a carriaee-
uas uo ouieciion u leanne me e ir,
"aV ANTED SITUATION By ft girl to
V chamber work, dining-room work,
ftiwing. oesi cuy reiereuce given.
Barr-stroet, near Froomau.
Apply, at A34
-BOOT-MAKER On Men's flna
v v e
sowed woik. a aood seat of work aiven and
toe oesi 01 wages paiu, ooruer 01 iura ana cgiao'
line itreet, Nowport, Ky.
ANTED SITUATION By respecUble
in in a reeDectauie laiuuv. 10 ao main ooox
lug and wanhlng and ironing.
ie. 01 reierence
,veu, apply si tio vine-street.
7"ANTED SITUATION By an American
T younar tnau to arivea wairou. or u bnrter in
tne; is used to driving, and is willing to work,
Auureni jv. ax., n., rrei umce. jyzo-u
ANT ED-At Jackson ft
Co 's Intellieenoe
iff men una airbi In want of situ
Hons, will apply at the office, No. 34 Third-street,
WATED-A SITUATION at housekeeper
v v an American 101 00 yearn 01 age; unaer
oiands the butftuesa well; don't care what religion,
bat ore for the Human Catholic: uo rufllian need an
.ply, and would leave any place where her virtue
mouiu oe sorupiea, wouia go to me country or city,
AaaiBM w. p., Covington, ny. jyaa-u
WANTED-A HOME By a good girl,
one year, where her services, before and after
school, would be considered equal to her board. Best
ot reference. Also a good girl wishes a situation
cook, wau aud iron. Apply at ii if H Becona-street.
ueiweeu kudu ana rant, or aaareaa baki am
4ka 1 A, inis (trace. jyw-n"
V'ANTED-5,000MEN-Act!vemen can re-
v v uiizu irum 94 10 a auy ciear. ior mix mounts
to come, selling a new National Political Chart;
iiopublicttu Chart; a Democratic Chart; a new book
1 tilled "Tha Candidate:" buautlful Charms or Cam.
ligii Medals, in which are miulature portraits
1 Lie can amities, c. tor iuii pariicuiars auaress
rail upun MACK It. DAKNITZ, Book and Map Pub.
tmuer, asaua weei eairin-siree., vinciunaii.
I jy-u j
ITANTED-Some kind and moral person
v adopt a beautiful, healthy female child.
t ' one ear old, Kufereuc required Inquire
WANTED A young man who baa had two
years' experience In the printing business
Uhee to tlnlsh his trade In the
in tue city, wages no od
Addreea T. J. W., Press
jeot. iteiureuoea given,
WANTED - Husbands Wives Any lady
vv guniiuuian iu want 01 a nusDana or wue can
una one ny leaving a note in box a,?47 stall u
t hen and wtinre the author can ba eeeu. Oommuu
cations confidential. jy26-tf
tifANTKD-A OIUL-To run ft sewing ma
. T? chtuu, to work on coats; alfo a few tailors
And a prettser. Inquire at Jttl Cutter-st., between
Vouit auu Ularg. uoou wages ana vo us taut wora,
11TANTHD-At the Sclentino Institute. At East
If Tuird-t., PationU arhicted with mny form
aidessv (except the contugioas lovers), wnere tney
ran be Boardsd and treated, and cured, if curable,
All kinds ol uiKi'al optratlous performed with
skill aod success uusnipaased.
jai-a m A. OUBTIS, M. P.
WANTED A few wore good Business Agents.
Soud tun emits in stamps, by mail, to Box
t.tU'Jt Cincinnati, Ohio, and you will receive a cir
rtilar, with lull information. A fine opening for
w bo are out of employ uteut. ho better can
1 OHT-OONNKOTlNfl ROD-Between Elm
Jgufl L'olumbia and nwm s liouiug aiiu, nowport,
Ky., a niiihfU w niiwlitlioii Couusctlng-rod, thre
iii.-hix in iliaiiinter aud about suvou lout lonsr. Tin
binder will riH-eive a rewitrd of Wi, by luavfug
same at Via OoiuuiDiatrtN), Liuciuuau, uniy.
1tOUND-A BUM 0 M0NB-0nTUAlAT
Jl' ulii, h tin' iiwuer on ua lr dtllliul on ba
HKI; r. (JAllttk.TT, I 'A Kant Kluhtbit. JyJ6-b-
PB K fOM A L. I'oraom b.rlnf botuw to rn
th. Wei .nd, .itbr UrK. or .mall, oad b
with ur.mipt IMrlnK InnAUM, br lAATlnltb.ir
I.ii.Iiim. ut :HO Cuti-Al-Avrau. A few ood
Hut. now rwiuy. jy36-b
a v niMIIVR a tflAMJCM
JLV Vrr UTlMW l AAlUiN A. OULTIthVII,
919 nod SD1 M.l-
MR KAtK-nOARDINU-HOURK-Thn food
a.- Fin ana s urmiureoi a private Borning-Don..,
II Inriiud aud with n ten minut... ti k of tile
ostofnoe. Any sraon wishing good -pKHnnlty,
ni pinw ..Kin'ss y. . - ., tnisornee. i-w-
EWR MAI.K-A NICK FARM Of Jn lo SO ACTM,
JT live milea from the city. Will b. oold chAAa.
ALBO-VAcant Lot on Walnut Hlllo.
ALBO Iowa And Missouri Llinili for sale or .X.
ohnnn. Avoir to 0. W. MAOILL, 1T1 Walnut.
-trevt, op stairs. jySS-d
IR HA LB Tbo t-k, (litnrw i goat) will I
of a flmt-olAM oonrtlonnry, lotntrd on oil. or
not pulillc ooyn. in tho city, A awid bArfrAln
can be hud If applied for toon at 3w Contra. avn
Thn flxtitiinA Atid mtA will nr A
J bnrber-thop. doing a
bfir-inup, dninx a good biulnniiAbn one of tbo
most publlo streets tn the city, mill bo sold low, aa
ho owner t stoltig to leave the citv. Am.lv at
V At 3HQ
rurnrntign inr reai mate, or a Sloe a or nry goods.
WK rrpi will Im n fl in hvu- nr A wiilnri In t
nw) Lani are not tnrti as are Ufimlly offered In the
pinrHoi. onviniT own locaten in iK-4t dj one ni in
bwa practical farmers In the country, with special
rmerenc to their adaptation Tor farming purposes.
Thene Lands are well watered, near to a railroad,
anil within twenty miles of the capital of the State,
neing uttnaiea in mamnai Lonniy, lowa, one ot the
bt imnrovud ciiuutlm In the Rtatn. Fur full Mr
tlrulars Inquire of J. DALTOX, No. 146 West Fifth
treet. - Jy-a
riflR HALR D0O8 Ono poflr of iraporlor brod
, null FntM Ana Mventl Dl.K.Ann.tAn K.t lr.
n.ro, cn.Ap ior uin, or wlil tr
trAdo for niffti. nonltrr
Aaiiron rr. n. n.
1 itw anico. jy-oT
7OR WAtiK-OR EXCHANGE for bnlldlng ma
M? terlai. or property In Cincinnati or TlclnitT A
Lot, W ix 128 feet, on the cornor of Main Cross and I
Dpot.it rents. In Madlxin. Indiana, with two double
frame tenements on the samp. Price $l,onn. A little
pairing will maJte It rent Ibr WO per cent, on the
Ire a Urn in snrely. Inquire cf BAKRKTT
rHntPK. HnlM-r-. west side of Home-atreet. a few
.njrm wmtn oi r inn. jyKc
FOR SALE A good prlng bniinonf, which will'
Nwitiipa . .mall i-.nltal innl. tn
-d W. U. PHILLIPS, feJWi
I Wmt Third-it.
good lorAtlon, III .uccoatful oporAttou. well ntted
p low rent. Will be wtld At A lireat bArgAln. Ap-
r to nabs m iv., ivb waiiiui-ai. jyzo-D
fJMfR SALB One of the bort located And pAriog
E- Ber. And Bllll.rd BAloono In the city; will be
Rnld At A bATffAin: A d.HlrnMe nlare. Anolr At Ti
tt em iniru-ii., uot. rrAinui Ana vine. jy-Tl-o
FOR BALK A nnmber of very TAlnAble Honneo I
Aud Lota Id TArlouo portione of the city, which
will pay ton per cent, on the inventment.
tt ii. riiiiiijim.
Read Betate, Mote and Bill Broker,
H3 Wmt Third-it.
VjOR SALE 40 Acroe of Land, anrenteen milea
AL' lrom tne cltv or tne li. Bl. Kal road and thlr.
teen by turnpike one-half mile from Mlamirllie
StAtion. Wonld mAkoAdeeirAhle country reeiilenco.
81a Acre, cleared. Inquire of HIM EON BANDKK4,
near tne pi.cn. iy-g-
-In Covlnirton. a faAndeome Brick
ju.t comnleted : eeren roonte. hall.
toe porcnee, oaicony ; lot .oor 7 leoi ny isu, wun
flowere and ornamental tree. : deeirablr located.
Alao, a neat Frame Cottage, near the liver; three
room! And porch ; lot 2ft by 9U ; with shAde-troea,
grApe-aroor, eic. : a aeiirAiue pioce. Apply 10 ij.
W.WIMHTON, opposite Northern Bank. Uorlngton.
CVR 8AI.E-A Retail Stock of Groceries, No
av tions and Variety Gouds. with the aood will of
a weii-e)iaomiiea ousiness, ana nve years' lease on
the stire. Also, a good Building Lot in the most
Important part of the city. The nroprlotor being
compel iea to quit uusinoss, win oner cue same ou
very favorable terms, tor further information, ap
ply at tne corner oi mini ana ureenup-sia.. laving-
ton. ivy. a. sma i iarm. twenty or iwemv-nve mile
In the country will tte taken aw pri payment. The
gootu are free from all incumbrauco.
jy-aw u. o. mei.
EfOR HALB-8 A L O O K-An old eit.bliahed
AV buHineiu. on A eimd thnronirlir.rft. dninir well
fortune to au entorprlsing mau. Will aoll very
cheop; retiring from tho IhuIiioma. Apply At It'll
Clark-et., weit of Kroemau, or corner of Hopkiu.
ana i roemAU. jyie-n1
EWR 8ALB HteAm Knglne And Boiler, now In
Av ueo At Km. 9 And 101 Walnut-Atreet. whore
can be soon At Any tiiua. 'Kiislne (Jylinder, S
inches diameter, stroke 3 feet, governor and Judson
ralve attached, and cast-iron bed. Boiler Length,
12 feet, diameter, 3d inches.
HABBIHON A WILSON.
WTIOR KENT-ROOM, OR KOOMS-Very deiira
M bio lor a ten tie man and wife, without board.
Gas stoven and gas for cooking and lights, if wished,
at Vi per weva. ejtira. apply at vv oixtu-strvet.
POIt RENT-Fl'RNIHHKD FRONT ROOM-A
auntlomau bavins: more room than his family re
quires, Is devirous of renting a well furnished front
room, ut witn uas. to one or two gentlemen, it is
pieaeantiy situatou, rour nquaree irom tue fostotnee.
Address, A. T. B., thisofllco. jyV-e
Two Brick Houses, containing
h.wlth bath and ffHS. centrally
ten rooms each, with bath and
located, how ly paluted and uapured, Nos. 4-ZO and
r urn-sTroei, oeiow aiouuu. luquire at j,
BALTON'S, No. 146 Fifth-street. iy26-b
KV)R RENT-TWO ROOMS-On
sv floor. No. 1ft Racestreit. on the west sido. In
BOARDING Several families and young men
can obtain boarding at 80 Kast mh street.
Booms nowly painted and papered. jy26.b
ffOARDINO-A gentleman and his wife can be
m-m acconimoaaLea witn ooarn in a nrivavtn miiv.
wun a luruiBiioo ram, wun gaa, or applying at no.
p? ijongworTU-street. jyk-0"
sTPOARDING A few gentlemen can be accom
JL modatod with board at !2U Walnut-st. Terms
BOARDING A small family and one or two
sinale sen tie men can obtain uleaaant iiiomaind
board in a private family, res id ins in the north.
camera part oi tne city, ai mooerate prices, oy apply
ins i lut ajiuerir-st., eaat oi nroauway. jyaD-D"
"BOARDING Summer-boarders can be acoom
aLJV modated at the Pennsylvania Hotel, Columbia,
with single or double rooms, well ventilated ; new
furniture ; healthy and pleasant locution, on the
Little Miami Railroad; three trains stop dally : five
. ines or coavnos, Charges Tory reasonable. Patron
age solicited. jyl3-bw
iilahud a. tJCTION MAI.R-BV JACOB GRAFF 4
J HAle-room. Mo. 114 Eut ronrth-.treet. Uu-
claimed ttoodAAt Auctnn.-OnTRUK8DAY MORN-
INU. Julv 2rt. at U o'clock, will be .old at our HtorA.
S Ueet Fourth-at., a auAntlty of Good, stored by
ho O. A M. And I
. a u. it. a. uompauiei, to pay
ComoAiileM. to nay
cii.tkc. aiuuii. tue uouu. are m uwriui ui aid,
UtiONtH, box of Type, two bi.oi of Vooeen, A lot of
Amuntf the Good, are . baxrol of Ale.
BlovAblee, two ouaka of Betna, . barrelof Lirue,
Corn-planter, 8mut-machine, box of Axeo, box of
Deaaing, a Hit ol Jl. tl. uooae, pacaako oi jnuilln.
tool i. iieai, oox oi leaat rowaera, ompiy jsoer-UAr
AbKU-Liarse uountlns-hoiiAO Hoax, Imitation
Roeewood lialf-CAnoDV Bedstead, two .mall ltika.
Couutins-houae TaMe with dranere, Seallug-table,
Bofa, Lounge and Mattnuw, Wlndow-nhAdes, Carpela,
wvo niAttiuii, nevoivina unAini, uiooi.1, .e.tuer
oea, uoi.ter auu i'iiiowb: rictures. ao., dec,
ivH. .lAfflllt (inArV. Au.-tlnnear
S ome tiling" !LVewI
xraiNnNnrirmifi nnnn mil. rmm.
J JoaL, uor Qii.
No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat!
To discommode the operator. Tho beat and most
economtcAt Hummer Arrangement extant, iu prao
leal operation .yeir oay, at 11 A. at., no. aa
avar County Bights for sale. , jel-eta
BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY,
uumcQiic Akin dctaii
Superior BhlrtS Made tO Order,
AT-iKNTXEMKN WHO ARK PARTICIT.
W LA Uin the Ut And AppOArAnce of thoirHhirui,
And desirous of hATing thoM tliAt will Aet well end
look neat, are invites lo leave tneir orders at airy.
KKlt'tt. where they can depend UDOU being Suited.
Mono but the beat goods sr. need, and thorough
Is. A. KEPPNEB, Agent,
Vnrih uit nerner Fifth atifi VI iie-MtreetA.
Je28-cWp - Over Celo Hopkins, Uin., 0.
LEVI BROWN'S GOLD PENS1
V vyi ItnnWN WAN T1IR ITIRMT MAN.
tFAC TUKtU of Gold l'ous lu tbo United
Htelea, And is distinguished for the superiority of hi.
.or..u.u.mr. rou. .or
Jyli-tf 0 West Fuurth-st.
HALL'S GELATINOUS LYE
FOIl WAriHINO XYJPB3
ONB GALjLON gokm AS FAR AS BIX
or eight ofur.Hnary.Lya. It s gelatinous, and,
...:.,iir.Ul ' ' '
r"t.Vf.Tan ... ..n- . ...ii -,.,iii, is
oenu a gallon by barrels.
Inulr.r Offloa. WnVlnn.U. oVlo.
f 1 1 1( I. K tf ,.. -
Fortsnan Composing Boom Kueiti
I sr This is to certify that wo and onr typo much
i,lhld,bXi?.L?n.nT.'Y;.;'f ' .yifoEJ
L "iSSiJ f" Si".lf 'of iu fhVi.;r..,T,
K T. OilUtinr.IV.
THE DAILY ' PHESS.
' If rod ad1 a bouM, AdTcrtbw la tbo DAILI
If ,oa wut . iltuAtlon,
AdTtrtuw In tb.
ir row Vint A rTnt, adrrtln In tht DAILY
In fbet, rrr WAnt loprlled br Adirtllnf
In th DAILY PRKR8.
Mr AdrortlMtbonU not otcoodlng Bio line. In
lonwih, Inwrtod In tho " W.nttd " oolumn twlc for
Rovti rem Salc. The Caiud Wnnhinurlon.
Cummlnivllle and Fnirmount route on the
Daily Prim for sale. Apply at counting-room.
more especially those who are desirous
apendlng an hour in company with Moxart,
BVethovin, Mendelssohn. al Bellini, not
. Ik. .,alaai ..i;.i.tn
" The Daily Prmh to be had every
morning at the counting-room. Price one
Adahb'i KxPBnfuiCob-fAMT. Thii excellent
Company place na under daily obliirationa
for Eastern papers, always In advance of the
mail favors we especially appreciate, and
ior wmcu we are amy tnenKiui, .
Limu DiTAigD fob Wast or PosrAfls,
Wednesday, July lb:
B. f. Todd A Co., Lowell, Mam.
Loreni Brniitle, New York City.
MmonoLosioAL OnsssvAnosa By Henry
Ware, Optician, July 25:
(Peloek. Barometer. Thermometer.
T A. M i) Above iro-l'i6
If M 29.M AbOTO Aero 80
6 r. Ml .w V.fW ADOTAHrO tW
At nine o'clock this mornincr. J. Graft"
Co. sell at their store, No. 1 East Fourth-
street, an Invoice ot unclaimed roods: also.
household furniture, counting-house desk,
. ri. ........
Oincinnati Trotting Park. A race will
come off to-day over the Cincinnati Trotting
P-rV Ulv.an IIT.l.n..li.ni " T alw TTtnlu'1
and "Dick Turoin." mile heats, best three in
five, for a Durse find stake of 1400. Thenturs
are admirably matched, and an interesting
time may De anticipated.
ir vv inibiAn u, iuotdio. Auinii) uvuuu
Maher have lust issued, in PhUaaelphia, a
map of Ireland, five br six feet, which they
Dl IVUIUK twk Vtl vv. vyi Uvio, nuui.om.u rv
rirtron Raahian Jk Mali or RnV 71fl f'Allimhllfl
Ohio, or lea at "Daniel Hannan's in this city,
corner of Sycamore and Sixth-streets; like-
wise with the traveling agent, J. E. Fitzgerald,
will receive prompt attention.
SarhpirIiD Monument Meeting To-Nwht.
The friends of this enterorise will bold au
adjourned meeting at Hannan's Hall this
evening. Speaking and music are to be
anions the incident of the occasion, and all
persons who are tavorame to ine projected
monument to ratricK oarsneia, are earnestly
requested to be present.
Two Boys Drowned. A couple of lads
named Casper White and James Ernst, whose
parents reside in Third-street, east of Butler,
were drowned while bathing in the river
yesterday asternoon, lu tne Deventeenin
Vard. Some persons who Witnessed their
j !!u u 0i,nM -. tr,.; ..
endetwors to reach the snore, ran to tneir as-
siatance but were too late to rescue them
from their perilous condition. Neither of tho
Doaies nave as yet oeen iouna.
Burglary in Joum-strekt. The residence
' of a man named Joseph Winthrop, located in
jonn-siraeL. near rroni. whs luiuniousiv en
tered, night before last, and robbed of a quan
tity ot jewelry, some wearing apparel, ana
money amounting in the aggregate to nearly
$70. The burglars effected an entrance by
means of false or skeleton keys, witu wmcn
they ooened a door in the rear of the house.
ana thence found access to other, parts of the
building quite easy, i ne inmates were not
disturbed by their nocturnal visitors, but
iiept in peace wmie oeuig roooea.
Pec-Adamiti Gymnasts. A frentlomau
has sent us a communication stating that
twice be has seen oat tiers at tne uymuaaium
in the fourth story of the Commercial build
ing, exposing their nudity by leaning out of
. . " i f . , JL
I practice too common. We should suppose
I that a hint would be sufficient, thongn we
remember to have seen some notice of similar
exposure In the Commercial some time ago.
Young men sbould recollect mat tney
may give the Gymnasium a bad fame, and
that our police are devoting their chief ener
gies to abating houses ot such reputation.
Attihptid Sdioidi. A man named Watts,
while in a state of inebriety, yesterday morn
ing, on board the steamer Motet Ale Cltllan,
made aneB'ort to destroy himself by cnttinghis
tnroat. tie stated mat ne nau oeen rouoea
of $116, and this fact, it is thought, in con
nection with the depressing influences of hit
drunkenness, induced him to make an effort
to abandon the world. He was discovered.
however, and prevented from accomplishing
his fatal purpose, after wbich he was deliv
ered into the custody of Officer Riggs and
Wheeler, who committed bim for the present
to tne Hammond-street otauon-nouse.
Man Kmookid Down and Severely Beat
en. A man named Patrick Olenden. who
resides on the Observatory Road, Was dis-
An.m-.i.l V. i I. V. tu.r1tt lu.t O V 1. 11 luralv.
I j, l
o'clock, lying on the bank of the canal, near
r.igQtu-treet, iu au luwusium uuuuuiuu.
His bead was severely cut, aa if by a blunt
instrument, and his body otherwise seriously
bruised. After some difficulty he was re
stored sufficiently to tell where nia residence
was and to be removed inuuer. ne states
that he was overtaken by some persons, who
1. ....1 1 1. : A .. . V-a, kin. haAlv
.UIK.Sli UllU UUTTll wc. u.u. .V.J uautj,
but for what purpose they did not state and
be did not know. His wounds are painful,
out not at au dangerous.
Stabbino ArraAT Niae the Briohtoh
House. Marriages generally produce quar-
vile, n 1 1 1, m i i.K llmv auMnm mnlr. thill r an.
I "v o" . t. .... ... . r
pearance In a virulent torm until about, tnirty
uuys auivr tun v;ciciiiuuj una uuicii jia;tj,
X' : i. v. .r. i .. ... i . . w.l .1 ; .. ,Mi.
.1 1 11 1 miun UtOI- UUTTCTvl, noUUIIIK 1UW
place near the Brighton House, and almost
before the pair hod become legally one,
Charles Schrock and Henry Erudt became
involved In a difficulty, wnen, alter many
knife and stabbed bis antagonist in the side
I and arm. iuflioting two very severe and pain-
worda and a few blows, the latter drew
fl .ithouo-h not aonirerous wounds. Erndt
Iwas subsequently arrested aud committed
the Ninth-street Station-house. Yesterday
moraine: he was arraigned before Judge
Lowe and committed to Juil in default
surety in the sum of $1,000 to answer the
charge of stabbing with intent to kill, before
tne same tribunal next Saturday morning.
The Concert To-morrow Afternoon.
Th. Mnoftrt at thn First Orthnrlnx Pnno-re.ffflW
tional Church, on Seventh-street, between
Central-avenue and John, to-morrow alter-
noon, for the benefit or the Home of the
Friendless, promises to be one of the most
successful of the season. As an organist, Mr.
Heller baa few, if any. equals in this country;
and the opportunity thus afforded of at once
aiding In the support of one of the most valu
able charitable Institutions in the city and
bearing some of the finest musical thoughts
the great mastera translated lit me must eie-
ganf style, should, and we have no doubt
will, fill the church to repletion. We have
been nerm itted. repeatedly, to bear Mr,
upon his favorite instrument, and have
rarnnlBt idea of hlsstvle. He DlaVS With
ITTt. v: . 1 , .v.-.
uistJuctuoH ui luuoicsu aruuuuiuuu u..
wnrfnWlll Anil A rlfll i.KliV nf trtlll'h Nil H
I nunw.-i -
pression that persons not tlioroughly ac-
I quainted with the organ and its peculiarities,
I IJ 1 ......., . .. Il.l. 111. .ha-a-
City Council—Proceedings Last Night.
Th Council met at the nsnal hotlr last
tolahU President Torrence in the Chair. The
minutes of the previous evening Were read
Mr. Eggleston, from the Committee on
Fire Department, presented a communication
from the Board of Supervisors, recommend
ing that Council lease a portion of the Or
nhan Asvliim lot. on lit. Auburn, for the
purpose of erecting a new engine-house.
Mr. nooie opposea tne recommenuAiion.
He thouaht that it would be more economi
cal for the city to Insure the property.
Messrs. JBlgglcston and noiusier doiii la
vored the project, aa an act of justice to the
tax-payers in that locality.
Mr. Ferry thought that the property on Mt.
Auburn needed protection, and the people
there ought to have an engine.
Mr. Glass said that we ought to hare light
engines that can be taken up on the hill. If
a hand engine was placed on Mt. Auburn it
would be good for nothing, liko those of
: Mr. Bollister favored the idea of lighfen
gines. and if one were placed on Webster
street It would be satiritactory; but it conld
not be done unless we revolutionized the
Board of Supervisors and disposed of Mr.
Mr. Moore was opposed to eatablishinsr the
engine, as there was not a sufficient quantity
of water to do any good.
MCBsrs. figgieston ana noiusier contended
that thero was water enough: they had ex
amined the cisterns there, and were satisfied
on that point.
The resolution was finally pressed to a vote
Mr. Earirleston presented a communication
from the Board of Supervisors of the Fire
Department, recommending that, no new
steam fire eneine be purchased till after the
United States Fair, when it is expected sev
eral models win DeonexniDition, irom wbich
the Board can choose. Keport concurred in
An ordinance was introduced, under a ats-
pension of the rules, regulating the appoint
ment of inspectors of domestic spirits. Laid
Mr. Eireleston. from the special committee.
to whom was referred the subject of the pur
chase of grounds for a Park and Reservoirs
from the Dayton Short Line railroad, reported
tne following resolution:
" Rftohed, That the special Committee to
whom was referred the petition of the Cin
cinnati and Dayton Railroad Company be,
and are hereby instructed to employ a com-
t TTn;naA n -. with nn. '!:
Engineer, ibr the purpose of making an accu
rate survey, and estimate of the cost of fur
nishing the city with water from the Miami
River, or other streams of water in the vicinity
of said river, and all subjects connected there-
Mr. Snodgrass said that our City Engineer
was competent to tne tasK or maitmg the
survey, and he could do it without any addi
Mr. Noble said if the- thing was worth
doing, it was worth well doing. Ho wanted
tne judgment oi tue uost engineers in tne
Wcosner said that the subject of sup
plying the city with better water than could
be got in the Ohio, had been agitated for
several years, ne wanted tne ieasimiuy ana
practicability ot the plan to be lairly tested,
and the subject set at rest for ever.
Mr. ferry desired a survey ol tne Kiddle
Hill, that a report might be mode on the
feasibility of constructing a reservoir there.
and moved an amendment to that effect.
Mr. llollister wanted the question settled
now, before any additional money was ex
tiended on the present water works, wbicb
were not sufficient to meet the demands of
Mr. Noble, like nil good Democrats, was in
favor of water, and wanted the survey made.
Mr. Moore said that the present reservoir
was large euough to supply 600,000 people;
all we needed was moro engines and more
pumps, tie coutended tliat the Uhio water,
which came from .the Alleghauies, was much
more pure than that of the Miami, which
comes from the flat lands or northern Uhio,
Mr. Davis said that the Mad River water
was almost exclusively spring water, and was
cool, of excellent quality, and always existed
in sufficient quantity for any purposes what
ever. It would save the enormous expense
ot constantly pumping water.
Air. wmtcomD said mat u our prexcut
water pumps were to break, the city would
be out of water in sixteen hours. The new
reservoir would nay for itself in ten years,
Mr. ferry said taat tne Diddle property
had been surveyed, and the feasibility ot con
structing the reservoir there, favorably re
.tr. ... n. ... -
ine question was men taxen on tne
amendment, and it was lost
Mr. Eeeleston said that those who peti
tioned for the survey, represented half of the
taxable property in the city, and the voice
ought to be heeded.
Mr. Snodgrass was opposed to getting an
engineer who knew nothing of the water in
.L rl hjl. 1 I 1 1 I
tnis seuiiun, wuuil HQ uuu ocrcriu at uuuiu
who knew all about it. We bad already sev
eral reports from engineers and chemists who
oad devoted niucn time to tue suojecu in
The resolution was then passed, ayes twen
ty-six; nays two.
Tha special order, being tho resolution for
the erection' of another story on the City
Buildings, was then taKen np,
Mr. Weusner thought the question resolved
Itself into a plain business transaction.
Three questions presented themselves: Do we
need more room ? Are the present founda
tions capable of sustaining anothor story ?
Would it be economy to make the proposed
improvement? Hearguesktbe affirmative of
all tnese questions auu was in iavor oi tne
The resolution was then passed; ayes
twenty-hve, nays three.
Mr Weaaner introduced an ordinance ner-
mittintr the Pendleton and T ifth-streei Rail
road Company to run their cars west on the
track already laid on Fourth-street, aid also
to lay down a track on Kilgour-street to the
Mr. Stokes, from the Committee on Roods
and Canals, introduced an ordinance fixing
the route of a Street Railroad through the
seventeenth Ward. It invites proposals tor
the construction of a double track from
Washinirton-atreet to the corporation line.
anrl nrnnnapii In nrant the contract to tile
I Company which will carry passengers for
tne lowest tare, wttnout payiuv m joer capita
tax: tne streets twenty reel wiue.
Messrs. Sonurue. Shearer and the President
both assured the Council that the ordinance
bad been drawn up in accordance with the
wishes of nearly every property-holder-in
the Seventeenth Ward.
Tho ordinance was passed ays 24 ; nays 4.
Leave of absence for four weeks was
crranted the Citv Solicitor.
A long discussion arose upon a proposition
to duv damages to certain parties on Vine-
street,, near Columbia, occasioned by the rain
I 0u the 4th of July, when the whole subject
was referred to the Law Committee, in con
nection with the City solicitor.
Adjourned till r riday evening next.
of An Irish woman, having arrived in New
York, and heard that her Eusband had gon.
to off with another female, followed hiin as lor
lha U.nn.inh I.I.11H. lelure Ihelrolh
Prooeedinos or the County Commissioners.
At their regular diurnal session, yesterday
morning, the County Commissioners passed
orders amounting in the aggregate to
$5,406 47: of which $36 12 were paid to
I William Scullv in full for culbert on Riddle
I Road; $7 75 to P. Striker for sundries for
I Millcreok Bridge; $303 60 to D. M. Fisher
I for Dlasterinir at Lick Run Lunatio Asvlum.
and $5,000 to Wesley M. Cameron for car-
I penter work and materials at the Long view
Luuutic Asylum. No other business of im
ortance was transacted,
Rkal Estate Sale. Cooper k Stokes1
aiirtifiiiAAra. anltl. vfwtardnv afternnoon. five
I vacant lots on the east side of Dudley-street,
I between Liberty and Poplar each lot being
I tw.ntv feet hront bv 100 feet deeo to a seven.
I teen foot alley as follows : Una lot sojd
I r..i. V.ll-r at Am (10 nnr foot SHin. two
I .-.,. T . a1... " J. V.?
i iota lo a. J. w ueeier ot atu per iuut, si,ouu;
I 1 ... . .. T i .. n T aa at A 11 t Qltfl i
I Ull. IU. W aVTTllV J. uo. m t, V."" WWW
I lot to Israel Garrard at $39 60, $700. Terms.
I one-third cash, and balance In one and two
and die of grief,
Kt Artitviaii' AfkotNT Filid. Chas. Btewart
and Thomas Webb, executors of the late Jno.
Walker, Bled tbeir account pursuant to au
order of the Court. S
The Amount paid legatees since nun report
was $19,077 69. J. McGregor, receiver, tra,.
522 10.. Balance paid of assets on band 153,-
On ilia ndrt f the leffulwft. Jutltre Matthew S
.1,. Pnnet fine .ii nvflpr. renulrinfi the
executors to deliver over to Robert Laing
and William Walker, (whom tne legatees nau
appointed as their agents) the remaining as
sets on hand. Motion td be beard.
Will Probated. The Willor Vincent dui-
ner, an old Uermau resident oi tne ieniu
Ward, who died in this city during the pres
ent aummnr. was admitted to probate. The
deceased when he tame to this city thirty
years ago, followed the business of clock ped
dler, and at tne time oi nis cieain dau rtvi-uiuu-
lated an estate, said to oe worm aoout
Mimors adoptrd Mrs. aran n. r.eeicr, a
widow ladv. residing on r indlay-street, pcti
tioned for an order, allowing her to adopt
Sarah E. Murry and Martha (i. Murry, whose
mother is dead, and who are represented aa
being abandoned by their father; also to adopt
Nicholas and Charles Keeler whose parents
are supposed to be dead. The order was
Fourth Wabo Bull and Evirktt Club.
At a meeting held Inst evening, for the pur
pose of forming a Fourth ard Bell and
Everett Club, the following officers were
President Jacob Painter.
Vice-President A. Kecler.
Recording Secretary J. H. Hart.
Corresponding Secretary J. T.Cooke.
Treasurer James R. Horrocka.
Finance Committee Robt. Simms, A. Kce
lcr, H. R. Horrocks, Jos. S. Pollock, James
Executive Committee m. Shay, Bcnj.
' au. kiuan tJV ii
Long, C. Fagel;
Fox, M. McCafferty, C
Tu following resolutions were offered, and
PiunlfMt. That the nninliintlnne made bv the Con
itutintiHl Union Convention, of the lion. John
Bull and the Hon. Edward Kverett, for the Pre I
fl.nev ftiirl Vica.Preiiideiii:v of the Vlilted StateM
meet with our hearty approval, and wo hereby
nleilsa ourselves to adhere to them faithfully, sml
reject all connection with every sectional or.mnir.a-
un, and wun a view to tne welfare ana prosperity
lour ureal nnd iTiorious I uion. we win am tncni
ana use our innuence, to tne utmost oi our sunny
i loner aji the cn.mnaitTn continues.
ktmnirsrt. That we unite ournelves Into an omanlm
tlou for the alovn purpose, to be styled the Fourth
Wmf.1 IUII nnil Kvurett Club, to 1m coninoHeil of mich
citizens as shall pledue themKelvoii to be the fait hi ul
supporters or tue lion, jonn eii ana tue uon,
MMolrtd. That we Invite all neraons having the
nriMiwrltv and welfare of the Union at heart to join
us in the good cause of producing harmony iu this
our glorious republic.
KemlvM, l nat we, as lovers oi tue i inon, wiinvnig
this tti be tha only true party, recommend a genuine
Hell ami fcvereit state ana i;ouniy ticket, auu win
xert our Influence in periecting tne same.
K emitted. That we recommend to all conservative
men to follow our exauiplo, In their iwriuctlvv
ards, ot lormlug ueil una fcvereu oioim
The mcetine was large and enthuHin-stic,
nd after several Bhort addreSHes the meiatiiig
nu alter several snort auuresnes me meeuiig
diourned, to meet again at the call of the
Weekly Rkport or thk City Additor.
The City Auditor last night made tho follow
ing report to the City Council of the receipts
and expenditures for tho week ending last
Saturday, nnd tbo amount of money remain
ing in the Treasury at that time:
Fire Department Fund..... .
Sinking Fund. ........
Mi'Mirken Fund aa..
Total 1 1, 3
Oeneral Fuud S-V-"l
ice Court aud City Prison Fund...
Ii-u JVpnrtuient r und
iinerior Court Fund a...
Light t Olid a.........a
Colored School Fund .
Total . !lo,43tl
There are now remaining in the City Treas
ury the following sums:
Reneral Fuud t r,,w
TTaiCII . OHO a a
Interest FuudaHk ........'
Superior Court Fund-.-..
LilgUI rUIIU -a aa.. hkhh.
Fire PepArtmeut Fiftid...a.......a
MoMickeu Fund .......... ..a
Work-house Fuud - m. ......
01111.111. r UUU... .-.. a ...-
common ncnooi r unu uouum auu caeuj....
Colorod School Fund
Intitnmry t und
Water-work. Fund u
House of Refuge Fuud a
Heller'b Magical Illuhiomb. The audi
ence last night at Wood's Theater was quite
urge, auu tue periuriuunce inuMieu on in
most agreeable manner, inis evening
tleller will repent tue lumous suspension
feat, together with alarce number of euuallr
mystical performances. The Second sight
mystery still continues unexplained, and
bov reads tbe dates of coins and describes
articles of everr kind, while blindtblded.
with as much facility as if he bad the com
plete use of hia senses. The programme
to-night is an excellent and novel one,
we aouDt not win attract a large audience.
Police Court. men were
each, by Mayor Foley, yesterday, for com
mitting a ureocn 01 tne peate.
Horse Stolen. On Wednesday night
a sorrel mare was stolen from the stable
Jesse HolbrookJ who resides near Lusby's
alius, uwen uounty, Kentucky, i lie
is about fifteen bonds and one inch high,
heavily built, and a good trotter, for a
time, though she can not continue long.
was, undoubtedly, tuKen Dy ayounguerman,
who resides in Cincinnati, and whose nama
is Barney Tinvman, as he was seen riding
her 'alone the niko toward Covinetou.
Thursday lost. Fur the capture of the thief
auu QoruB, a rswani ui c-tv in uiiaueu. jiijiuj
to "Uiinton Butts, iu tins city.
Robber Held to Bail. Joseph Kehtcr,
who has committed sundry mid-duy robberies
in this city during the lost three months,
vesterdav held over in the sum of 4500.
Mayor Hawkins, for his appearance at
next term of the Circuit Court, and
committed in default.
Flag Presentation. The ladies of
city yesterday presented the Kentucky Town
nail uiuo wun a ueautuui ana uauuerwmuu
it wi'l be its province to defend against
rivals. Tbe .presentation speech was made
by Miss La Monde, and responded to
r rederlclt J ones, tne .resident oi tne tjiuu.
Tbe ceremonies took place in Taylor a held.
and were witnessed by about 4t) persons
UUIU BV..V1D. - f .
Dodolab Meeting. A Douglas meeting
will be held at Jamestown on Saturday even
ing next, which will be addresed by Colonel
Joues, late American candidute ior congress.
ana Ueorge K. t earons, esq.
The Nature or Harden'b Confession.
The confession of Harden will be published
this week. The writer commences with
childhood, and goes on to give a description
of hia life until he began to teach school
near Blairstown bis manner of life
teachinc hia appointment as colporteur
license W rucu describee thepeople among
wnom ne was tnrown, ana tue tnnuencessur
rouudlng him tells of his success as
preacher gives sketch of his first acquaintance
with the Dorland family describee
courtship and marriage tells how,
and why be poisoned his wife gives
flight, travels, arrest, ate. A number of
says of bia own, and letters to friends
be was in prison, will be published with
coniession, and tue wuoio will make a wor
of from fmv to seventv-fiva najre.. Harden'
father, who will publish the work, baa
ployed a few general agents for its
James Lawrence and his wife were
vorced in a town in North Carolina recently
because she would use powder on her
contrary to bis desire,
Monetary and Commercial.
lDurlnff the week endiuR Imt erenlnfi:, Mone
tary a.atte worn leas brl-k than da tint the week pre
vione, and Carrasx y, witn many ot the Banken, bad
not materially Inoreosed, roiaw of tlvm teported a
brink Inquiry for Loans and considerable checkings;
while others aid they had few opportnnltlet tools
count such Paper M they desired.
Rates nf Interoxt were v&in for flrst-clasa names,
and lavi-oli. for wcund-clfutr.; Call Loans b-'lnn made
at 'Wo7 wr cpnt. per annum. . tren'-rally. Money was
la tar dwiw oemano tnan ia nnnuiry miu-'um-mr-r,
aud a nnmlnriif hoiiiwe have as murb as they
care to do to pftvlrie f.ir their rrmilar riwtomers.
KaMern Kxrhanfe mled dnrlog the week an It had
tho previous uno itiwiy, tbouali rather Inactive at
u nii 1 11 if. knti DrtJimnm nwtiiiiiar n.i: ine Riipiiir
Increasing, and the market growlus weaker at the
CUoldvrM dull, with little mora thus a shipping
demand. , .... ,
iSevt- Orleans Kxcnanm on.innea nat, ana pricn
In Time-bills verv little was doni?. thimah they
wcr ntlll lit demand at preb.twijuotatlim-i 7(tt
rr stity ami nlniy-dur draJtson the Eaet, and lof$
12 Tor thee of the Month.
l"nrurrvnt Muney remains iinrhanEi'-d; the prei-oiit
f.ti. ,.r ilirmiit hfliiif : Indiana Block fifdlS. Hia-
-,.,.s-i i- t.ioab. Iiiiiuiiat nd Wiioonr-tn 1: viral tits
Vt nceimK Vli y inn nnun nn ' Tt, rcunnji-
Inuntv) hi'. Maryland H; Mlchliran, Nurth
and Mouth Carolina, and Ueorirta li lennessoo (ni
Canada 1: Alabama ltc. diecoiiut.
The present ratci of Exclianro ana coin are aa
Xew York Might -sf. preni. X prem.
I'hllHdcliihia pnm. i prem.
HoMoi) S pri'ili. i prem.
Hnltliiinr. MM.eHK.il. prem. ;t prem.
Now OrloHiira SWI dls. lA 'ilN.Mpar.
AmfrlcRiiUoliI M prem. ?t)uc. prem
The I'lour market remained dull yesterday, wltli-
nnl cbaoKo hi rate"; Mmj brls. extra n'lllnn In lots at
t.1 sv-i hi mtA 9 nit hrlai (1(. iiiirvnrr. nit on termi
kept private. (kmi enpernno cninti ihi uiimisju ui
frrx.lv inr 4vibnri. ni .. t iiiuht wm nemi .
although prices were not lower; duo brls. selling at
It) ,(' l1' c.
Mpk I'ork continned dull without any demand,
and with an Inrressed desire to sell, at f Irt Sm9v.
A Rood dumHitd fur Bucon Sides, with sales of iflfl
hlids. at ll(ul.,.c. Bulk Meatt wore freely Inuufrrd
fur, and Bucon Mhoulder were held at yV,9iC.
Nothing done in Lard. Wheat wandull and declined
be. per .m hoi. Corn was also heavy and lower. Oats
were nrm ior new mm ami iw viu, njo wh ntrnti)
and prices were nominal.
The Imports and Exports of the various articles
during the twenty-foar hours ending yesterday noon
Inworts Apples, W9 brls.: Barley, l.W bmh.; Butter,
fit packriRQs, Corn, 4.W.'U buHhls: Cheese, 3 boxen;
t uttKO, 440 oaes Flour, Vll nns.: nay, iir mini
II. .rim. 91 hi Ih.l.,.- I.nnl. 1 11. hfifl.. lilulnMiiei. 89 brie. !
Oats, 3,4."V7 bimheln; Pork nnd Baron, 270 brls., and
HKi.vH.i lbs : lMtatoe. 36 brls. Wheat. 3,178 biuh.
WhiAilcT. OKI Iirla.
F.sport Apples, 1ft brls.; Butter. 4U par Vim:
rnnrlUni. f. Inixtw: Cheese. btixen: Coffee, W baiiH:
Vl..tir. tf.Arvt hrl.: I.nrd. 115 brls. and 1 ,2H kean:
MolafSes. 0S brls.; I'oi k and Bacon, 213 hhde., ul
tierree, tVl hrlt., and 101 boxes: Hupar, VIZ h litis
Salt, brie.: Wheat, 2 bushels; Whisky, eta brls.
Tuesday's New York Trilmni says in regard to last
week's Bank Statement in that city
Bin Bank Statement of weekly averages Is Tory
gratifying in revjurd to the Specie line, but less so ii
Ins in reuuru to tne specie line, out less so in
rowird to Loans.
a io lioans,
!)(. 'I'll Ik ai
h ch show au unexnectedly larm
increase. J bii
rows, we learn, out of l nicotinic, foi
tho accom tniHtation of Western and Southern Banks,
Tim fulhiwlii- 1. a numnurative statement of the
condition of tho Hanks of tho City of New York, July
it aud July 21:
.r- ii J.Iti ?i
r.iiana tl2T.I1.lt. 1M1 .W Inc ll,.10tJIl'
.Xpocle IB.IHI.IW 3,I43,6I. Dec 1117,713
(Iirrtllal'u h,'J7V,3 S,M.I,0I! Dtw HI.'.HW
DeliosiU. e.,74e,XII 3,2.',,l3.i Inc l,.Ml,2tlt
Tuesday's Times observe, concerning tbo New York
Money market of Monday:
rii n..nn.lt line In hIho HtrmnDT. and the aeneral
,lul0 r , nirk0t tiday on all negotiations innl
or ninety iIhvs i uuiiueititouiHi. 'i he longer d
Dill. ..f .l,. -mill ilinil.la.niinie.nre .l.ii in
ninr.ui urun, ou en ipuu.nuii ,unu,i
ills, of prime credit, double-name, nre also in re
uett at 6 ner cent.: and lair list oi long rupor, iu'ili
months, at from fi'frt-?1 per rent. The rates for Kx
rhauge lor the llo-lou mall on Wednesday open
steady at l'S'n on London; I'.&.l I S. on Paris; without
much liusiiiues thus tur. The Cnliforniii arrival last
ight supplies atiout "Timi.oiio in (loin aim -liver nut
on. in fat-ao coin, which will no douht be tnken up
for the steumer VottttrrbiU.im Satllniay. IheproHent
Catiroriiia steamer Is Ihe tlrst or the three times per
month arrangement, and is, consequently, only ten
days later tliuu tin' previous pack-t. Business pen
ile at Ban r rauciei n nau noi ai riutniuieu iiienipeivi-a
o tho change, which accounts for the modcrato
.hipment of liulllon by this opportunity. Trade at
San Francisco wa. dull, and one or two heavy fail
ures lu tho lomuug trade nau contriouieu io tne op
pression In prices.
.'he return of averages by the Philadelphia Banks
for the pust week Bhow vory little change In their
condition. Tlicro'lo a further slight increase of Cap-
Hal, anil A decrease 01 "tNi-Vi'.' in Loans. The specie
iucreused Kai.l94. and the Deposit. aU70,o2". Tbe
In Bmton. riilladelphla and uniiimore. Money
continues vcyeasy, and cau be had on auy approved
securities at Vs(ft., and e per cent.
lost. Lonis und ciiicuko nnsiuess remaius nun,
and Money mutters easy. Fasteru Rschaiigo In both
llles rules al l premium soiling.
in Ni.u, tii-iniiiiii Kiiiiini'es are still clime for thosee-
sou, aud New York Sight Checks held at jtibH prrt
WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 25.
i'l.lll'11-The market reiuAilis duli. without
chAiige in prices; rss brls. extra, iu lots, sold ut gl
to Aj 20, aud 2000 do. superliue. ou terms kept pri
vate; at Hi 2.V-1 3u good suiwrlliie would sell pretty
tl-eely for export.
WHISKY A (lull market, tnongn pnees are not
lowor: sales ol eOO brls. at le.l,(ji,lirHU.,, the latter
rates for wagon.
I'ltliVlhlUAS oloss I'ork coullnuesuilll, wunoui
any deinaliu, auii there Is more desire to sell: it
ollered at SI .'SI to SI'.', nccordiug to quality
uruuil, etc. A good demand Ior liucon slues, wun
ales ol JSI llinis. ai II -4oiit!c., me ime-i i.io mi
hat with buck bono out. and to he d!ivered as soon
as smoked. 'I he demand for bulk Moats ooutinuea
good, with sales of 20O ulius at terra ttauite, ai s-sc.
104c. Bacou shoulders are held At 7H(flyy'.ic. JNutb-
Ol.uCii,ltir.s sugar nrm, wun sales oi en uuus.
At sV4'.'c. l.'olte. nrui at l.K,l.iC. gioiasse. uu
i.h,.i.u..H atin .lull a, Jl(.,Me
tl HiAl The murael is uun, And price, ueciutcu
.per bushel, closing at SH4I 03 for prime white,
id vth(uli3c. for prime red: sales 3.'i0 biuti. prime
id white mixed at uuc.i 400 do. prime red at 02c;
in do. do. at v3c. : loo do. do. at Sue.; butt do. good
white at 81. Iherowaau salo of 2,'ssl bush, prime
red at 'joe., deliverea at tucuiiiomi, iuii.
t uio The market is uuu ami lower, closing
40(t41c., in bmk: sale. l,2is) bush, lu bulk, at inc.;
I,si ilo. do. at tic. . .
oats The ilumund for old la good, aud tbe market
Urm ut 37MHC. New ale dull at -UKiIik;:
IlYK The market la steady, and the demand
at IV,7IJC. lor prlmo new and old: sales .'i00 bush, new
ul i'.',i 'Hm iln , .1.1 at osiv : tlril do. fall- at Iktc.
UA KliLi running doing, ana prices urn nounuai
at 7'.. fi.r nrl.aie naor anil 11I1I
II.VY the supply Is better, and new declined
81:-" l.r for fair to prime, and old to 91070,17, iu bales.
Ctlfir.Slv I ne uemanil is linilien, auu me uiai
lull; wo quole Western lleeei-veat 7M7SC., the hitter
tin- selected: sale. So cusea Murtou a Plne-upple
lC.'.c. . .
BUTTER- The market Is unchanged and dull;
quote prime WYiteru Ueserve at 14(ij.l.'ic., and prim.
U-nlral (Jlno ut llcjlic.
New York Market.
New York, July 25 P. M. Ashes Pearls
low er i-ots steauy auu uiiciiaugeu; eaiu. juu vt i.
a., 'ji i..r rlia inrniMr. and t.pi l'u for the latter.
Coltun exhibits a hrmer feeling: sales to-day
bales al lo isc lor middling upland-.
Flour still continues very heavy, aud bolder,
Again beencouipulleu to suonilt to .uecnue oi otojiiic,
tu.r nri . in nt-iitir in realize ai ine rcuiicuun: lue
mand Is quite moderate, both for export and
borne consumption: .ale. 12,uuu oris, at sxop 10
slipernue Btule; ..i kkji-.i ao ior extra mate; ..koki
for sunerhne Western: S3 lIHo-l 3(1 for common to
dium extra Western, and (.1 'i'V 45 for shipping
hruiids extra It. 11. U.; closing Heavy anu neciiuiug.
I It the -mImm hIhiiii l.lss) ln-1.. were for exnort. Cana
dian Flour dull aud drooping: salea 400 brie, at $0
supertilie.and SA lOe-7 .10 for common to choice
Transactions in Rye Flour are only tn a limited
extent, and prices are unchanged. Com Steal quiet,
oilili kiiiuII .uin. al nravlmiii n mitatlnns.
Whlsky in moderate request, without material
ehmini, In nriiien. .ales ttfO lirls. ut 2lli(iO.
v. neat uun, neavy auu lower, paiiieuiany
Spring; which Is pressed for sale. The scarcity
high rates of freights materially check the export
demand: sales ol lI..N, hush, winter red Western,
$1 2.,1 3o; Lino bush, white Kentucky at VI.UHitt
I 42; 3,-msj nu.u. prune wnite luoiauaai.i o.m(li
Mi bush, new Auiln r Southern at SI Ml; ll,goo bn.li
rliieau,, Kiirlne ul SI l.Va.1 I.M.: A.ISSI hiioh.
cholc. white Uhio and Kentucky mixed ul ,1 30,
12.MI0 bush. Olilwaukle Clun onprlvute terms,
qllletut 8l(aie3c.: sales of si.hisi bush, at the
price. Nothing doing lu Barley. Corn less plenty
und Arm: uuhui of til.lMHl bush, at Sic. for unsound
mixed Western and State; Ol :-(jci.zc. lor sound togoou
prime IWesteru mixed, and OM40J7IIC. for oomuion
whitn Hniitlinrn. clodln. heavy. Oats uloutv
Heavy At 3s(ai4iM:. for vi osteruand cauAdian, ana
lo1.. r..r Hiuia
Pork dull and heavy: sales of 3VI brls. At 918 S7
old ine..; ,ivj for new; ,12 W for old prime.
$14 26 for new vrime; closing with no buyers At
quotAtjjus. Bowl steAdy, but quiet: sAles of atsj
At ,l(a,4 26 for couulry prime: ii 7o(uo flo for couutry
moss; pHtoiio 60 for repacked moss, and 8U(a)l2
extra luess. iseel Hums quiot ana uncuangea
In , 012 f"r Btato, and 12W.1S fur Western. Prime
Hiuileiitlrelv nominal, tint Meat. nrm. with
sales At Him.sSo. for Shouldera, and lotntai lo.
liuuis. L.rii heAty and drooping: seles of .uu
at 12li(.nV-.,aiil 2,foi krKS-l 13tii)13wc.
Butter oontluuoa quiet at lotojliic. lor ohl., and
Siluo. for Stat. Cbeos. lu fair demand Ior extra
Conee ooiitinuea Unu: sales Mi bags Bio at
IMc.i fsio bag. Java at Kio., and l bags St. Domingo
at I3',c. cub. Mulasaea Inactive, but unchanged;
sales .Klhhils. Porto Hiro at W.j 25 hhds. Cub.
at 23, aud 23 brls. New Orleans at 40.
unlet, but Urni! sales anu hlnla. at 7M,7(!. for
Hlco; e Ki7'c. forCuba, aud voo boxes llavaua,
New York Stock Market.
New York, July 25. Stocks active but
reguUr; since tb. Donrd pricesaro lower Pacitto
Mall 10; IJudson Mils; New York Central e3H;
17; dn. pi.ifirr.xl 41 i Michigan Ceutral
Heading, 434t ; Michigan Southern 1); do. guaran
t( rt .u. h,; Panama lllluols Central 7.1M; Ualena
aud i;hli-4igo 711 Cleveland and Toledo 87w
Island 7fl ; Mllw.uJle aud Miaalaaippi
New York Cattle Market.
New York, July 25. Beef declined M
ic.j prices ranging trom to y-wo., averaging
sc. ou ull saloa. .The market b dull; recoil ed
head. Sheep aim! Lambs fairly actle at full pi
recolvod l.l.iioo head. Swlue steady at l(JHuc.;
upward of 0,0(10.
[Reported for the Daily Press.]
Cincinnati Cattle Market.
Vint,IHA III uij Atv. a UU u-wv
for the week ending lat erening was aolasated It
n maitoii aim ilie nFinnnn rinfrr in mnuia ui im
supply. The recelpU during the week were: Cattle,
T, Hhenp, 4V; Hog, l Witatlons underwent
miw conn, tna mere a i"imws :
R4lf (.Vil OrHltiairif. tufhl Ail: Fair, tl
Prime, itX V lontt-s. grow.
A,rVp-Oriiiaary to .'rime, tl STS S6( Lambs $1 75
otrVlViVd at 14 t?A la- rorn.frd at fS IMk
[Reported for the Daily Press.]
Cincinnati Horse Market.
market during the week ending last evening was
pretty brisk, much more so than lo usual for the
month of July. The stock offered aod sold was of a
butter kind than during the previous week, and soma
really flue animals wnro disposed of, Tha number of
homes sold was about Mi or WO, at an average of
Wheat dull; white 1 40; red 91 2ft. Corn oul-t
yellow er&'Aftc. Provisions quiet; Mess Pork $19 HOa.
IV v. vt uisay meauy m awl-v.
The Ohio opposite this port continues to
recede steadily, baring destined duriof tb. twenty
four hour anding but evening about eixMen Inches,
leaving . obanniil-dopth betwMn bora and Louis
vllle'of aboat seven and a half feat. Tb. river at
Pittsburg was swelling slowly yestordAT noon, with
seven feet four Inches woter there.
Tnaterdav war WArmer thAn Tnendav. but still
mndorate and pleasaut for the month and losson.
Itliout lurtnor inillCAiions 01 rain.
nu.ineii. on the Landing remained dull TeAtordar.
with light offerings of freight. Kvory duy or two
some new boat Ilea np, a. there Is so little to do now.
until the IA11 traa. opens, jiaieo 01 ireuiui .area.
ifUr0.Ootton. 7&e.l Molaa.es, T:C-: WhULT.
4nc.i Flour, Pork and Lard, 4oc.; Pound Freight.
1C. per UK ine.
osaeiHe -Whlsky, per brtj Clover-seed, o"o ;
Ale. 7.'.: rionr.tivc.: Pound FreighU.SIiatoo. por loo
. ioais -Heavy Pound Freights, 2Sc. per 1m
ll.; Whisky and Oil, 6V. per barrel; tuve, 1M..
Ale, one. psr oarret.
AVa-j.i7'.-Wliii.ky and Oil, MM. per barrtil.
tkuro. Whisky and Oil, Wo. per bariol; Ponod
Trelghta. auc. per liw pounds.
e orleo...-Whisky l ; Oil, II M; Flour, 70o.:
Pork. (I; Bacon In hhds., WI .., and other Pound
Freights, 1.M-. per lisi; Keg Lard, Sic.; Horses, J10 par
bead; Aluchlncry, 75c.(g.l Oil.
The HlaeiMlppI at St. Lonis continues to fall at the
rate of four inches In twenly-ft'iir hour, with nine
and a half feet In the channel out to Cnlra.
Tho Illinois Kiver is becoming very low, especially
At the lower end, on account of the tail In the Mis.
slssir-pl. There is pretty gted water bctweeu Peorie
AndLaealle. There Are thirty-three Inches woter
from the mouth to Poeri. and three feet between
PeoriA And Lasalle.
Tho tpper Mississippi I. falling from St. Paul
down, with four feet on the Upper and thirty-two
Inches on the Lower Kapida. Below Kookuk theie
are four and a half feet.
The Missouri Kiver Is becoming quit. low. The
last arrival from that stream reports four aud A bAlf
feet lu the channel.
jlrrftxits M. McLellan, Iioulsville: Forest Queen.
jnanieon: muin'ii, ji.jbiiii"iiiichu. .,o.'..
South Bend, Aleniphis; Jmina, St. Lonis; Baton
Kouge, Maiein City
res fll. n
cLellan. Louisville: Forest OuMn.
nolia, Mayevllle; Dunleith, Neville-,
Bailie Llel, atenipuis: uia-
Continuation of the Civil War in Syria—
More Slaughter—The Christians Utterly
Defeated— Zahleh Captured, Plundered
and Burned—Desolation of Lebanon—A
writes from Beirut, on the 18th ult :
Zahlch has fallen ! The last stronghold of
the Cliristians bos been taken, plunlered and
burned, and its surviving inhabitants are
flying like sheep trom tue wolves tnat are
now on their track. The Christian arm v bos
been annihilated, and tbe Christian power,
which bos been tor ages competed witu tue
Druses, has been crushed. Tho fleet lay
quietly at ancuor in me naroor oi Beirut,
while Zahleh was besieged, sacked and laid
in ruinsand the Consuls General, who have
hitherto been so potent aud mighty, have
held duily and nightly consultations iu vain.
The desolation of the "goodly Lebanon" was
decreed, and the bosom of destruction has
laid it waste.
Tbe Consuls were in secret conclave all
night, idler the news of tbe sacking of Zahleh
was received, to devise ways and meaua for
tbe rescue ol tne surviving inrisuans ot tne
country from a general massacre. What
they have done has not transpired, but tbe
butchery of the remainder ot tbo 150,000
Christians is a sad thing to contemplate. Wa
had hoped tnat tne stoauiers ot mis week
would nave brought authority from the
powers mat oe to ittnu marines ior au anuea
interference, but iu this we were disap
pointed. True, the Consuls were instructed
to ston tne war as soon as possiuie, out no
power wus placed at their disposal to conquer
a peace. Moral suasion has not; in this bar
barous land, the influence it enjoys iu more
civilized climes, and only an armed interven
tion can convince these blood-thirsty Druses
that the European Powers are in earnest.
lue auouruny Ul tun imecui. sinuiBcunu.
Is loudly proclaimed by couyt de eamwn which
even now shake my windows. The Quen.
an tiiglisn line-oi-oatue snip nos just arrived
from Gibraltar, and is saluting the town.
Twemtv-nne, iruna from H. B. M. a shin of 120
guns, and twenty-one guns from tbe battery
of the town, have a warlike sound, but they
are mere courtesies and have no effect on the
war. The Druses continue to butcher the
Christians, to burn their towns, and kill
their children, within hearing of tnete cour
teous salutes. The policy ot Kngland with
reference to Turkey is fraught with many
evil consequences, uetermiuea. at ail nas-
, . f . .... .... C . 1 Au.
artis to niuiliutiu tue musg;riiv 01 mo use-
man huimre. sue is uuiuvorauie to me inves
tigation proposed by Kusiia iuto the condi
tion of the Christians in Turkey, and declares
that the Hutu Idaiiiayoun is not a dead let
ter. Kugloud doubtless fears the effect of an
Investigation, and dreads tbe partition of
Turkey. And we all aee with regret that
Euirland has intimated to the Sublime Forte
that if the Sultan objects to the investigation
by Consuls she will not insist upon it. Thus
in the plainest manner advising that the Con
suls be not allowed to participate in the in
vestigation. If the Gommissiou is purely
Turkish, all the evidence collected by tbe
Uqubuib win ne ot no use. ue await, tue
issue with much anxiety. Missionary work
is at a stand -still in Mount Lebauon. It may
be that all Franks will be driven from tbe
land, for a time at least.
Tho United States Consul has repeatedly
warned the Americans of tbeir danger, and
informed them that a residence in the moun
tains is no longer safe. Many have come
down. To-day the mission at Beirut passed
a vote requesting Rev. Mr. Calhoun of Alleib,
tbe President of the College at that place,
together with Mr. Bird ot Deiril Kenir to
come, to Beirut at once.
The Christians throughout this war have
been most cowardly, but the defense of Zah
leh, the most warlike town in Lebanon, was
conducted with much spirit. A a" an illustra
tion of the manner in wbich the desperate
forlorn hope of the Christians behaved in this
laafr l.at.la in a.!,!,.!. .Willi. ISVSS thOUSAild
Druses ani Arabs were engaged in the siege,
I will refer to one case only at present.
Tbe Drusea bad gained the suburbs of the
town, and had succeeded iu setting firs to
about a score of houses, when the Christian
rallied and drove tbem out upon tha plain.
The Druses were led by a most ferocious and
bloodthirsty chief, Kangeel Amad. ln-he
Christian army was a lad of fourteen years
of age who determined to die in defense of
his home. He rushed into the ranks of the
enemy, and shooting the chief, fell, pierced
by spears and bulleut. The chief was killed,
aud the little hero shared his grave.
The destruction oi Hidon ha lust been
reported. 2,500 Christiana are said to bave
been killed by Moslems and Duisea. Tbe
Intelligence requires continuation, and is not
A European Journal roa Sale. The
Augsburg AUgemein Xtitwig is assured that
Le TV'orol has been offered for sale, and that
M. Dentu, who has been euricbed by the pub
lication of the great pamphlet wbich Lave
excited Europe for the past two years, la
about to purchase it The Allaemeitu Zeitmf
thinks that the French subsidy ha been no
more fortunate for tht paper than the pa
tronage of Russia.
The New Nashville Hotel. Tb Overton
Hotel, now In process of construction, in
Nashville, Teun., has been letutod at $22,500
pet annum, to Chadwick k Ayket, of tho
Giriird House, of Philadelphia. Tb entire
cost of this magnificent building will be