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"WArTT&V "FOR HALS," "FOB BHT
LOST," "FOtJlID," " BOARD1 NO." o.-A.
mrtlsomeuta mining under thee headings, not ex.
Bewilng lire IIiim, will be Inserted twice for !IS otnk
WANTED SITUATION A young man, tin
niarnoi, desire a situaticfl ae porter In a
lor, fan drive aud take care of konn. City ret
atciice given, Addreas A. B., thin oftine. aip-h
WANTED A OIKLTvTrook, wah and iron
In a small family. Beference required. An.
Ilr at 10H Wet Fourth-st- anIO-b
WANTED A SITUATION-Dy a girlT do
chamtinrwork, dining-room work, plain Now.
Ing or housework, In ft small family. Uiod refer
ence given. Apply at 77 Commeroe-st., between
Jtaoe and Vino. . ntilo-h
ItfANTKD-A BKRVA NT fll n l T "k
l" "d k. Apply at 33'J Boveiith t.,
Delow Mound. auio-b
V"NTKI-TWO TtST B ASTERS --Non but
. v experienced henda need apply at 08 Barr-at.
rANTKD-A BITIIATHN-Ae Wet-nurse, by
vv a very healthy while lady. Keferonrea given
and required. Alao, five girls for general houau-vi-irk
and tun for cbamborwork, and one who would
go to the country, luquir at 3H0 Cntral-av.,
near Court. . . aulo-b
WANTF.D-NOTICK-Per.ona naedlnic malo"or
female help ran be anpplied, free or charge,
toy ponding their crriera to ,1M4l Contrnl-av. fur.
titular paiuft takon In procuring- reliable help. The
proprietor will not tend help unless thoy come Tully
TA!NTBIa Two young men, who can furnlii
7, ch, can hear or a rare opportunily for
making money i and other young men, who are out
it employment, can do well by applying at 3H0
Ontral-av., near Court. aulO-b
WANTED A KIBST-CLASH-COOK-Ber
encca required, (food wages will be paid.
Inquire at flit Went Nlnth-t. aulO-h
WANT ED-I !H A MB KB MAIlT-liiquI reVf-lO
Fifth-st., between Main and fiycumoro.
WmTATKD-FIFTY CKNTH-Pour toim proii
r quej voua eatlme. I will Tlilt .10HN
MON'S Gallery, Ninth and Main. Yon eMail hare
my likeneaa, colored by hla new proceea. They Bay
u recmbla a miniature on lyory. Eyery body
apcaks well of the plcturea colored by hie newly -dls-c.TredmetliocL
WANTED Two or three unfurnlabed large
rooms, in the aocond atory of a house In the
central pari of the city, by two young gentlomen.
AUilrea box Hi 4, P. O. nulO-h
WANTED -One grocery and one hotel clerk,
one teacher, one ponmAn, otie ronng roan with
M to alat in a bnnlucsa that will pay him tons a
Tear; throe house-girls, and two chambermaids.
Aleo. eevcrul young men and women to till various
attoatloiiM. If you want work call at the City Em
ployment Agency, 79 Thlrd-at., near Vine, up
B'.alra. . aulO-b
ANTED A YOUNG MAN As porter In a
"VA'NTK,,-HITirAT,0N-By1 7onu woman,
to do clianilrorwork. Can give refer, dots,
AiMrosti M. A., at this otllce. au9-b
VANTE,,-T0 PUKCHASE-A ewond-hund
rw Kxprcurt Won, mil table for huckstering
Iturpiwrri. A'hlrpHB K. A. J., Ptchs Offico. au)-b
WANTi;i-A iKioD oTnL-Af";Tow
Fittli-ht. odo who can cumv well rrwm
WTA'TKn-TU KENT A Huntw, in CoviiiRti-n,
Ky. Homo to contain rtv or six HMinm.
Not paiticiilar tut towliorw it I located. Address
A. L.t Pri'M Oltice. auy-d
T Tnnn.jto run a Taylnr cylinder prvnn. Ad
lves8NASIl Vir.LE, l'nws omen. auJ-1j
WANTKI-iIUL8-Two industrious girls
one to oook and one to do dining-room work.
To such good wagps and permanent nit ant ions will
ho giveu. Apply at 1$ Kant Fronl-et., noar Broad
WANTED A iiianwhocanfurnihli J:0or8iU0
iiuih. Good wicurity, and a situation at a
KHlary of t) pur month will bo nivon and ex pannes
fmid. Apply ut Itoom Ho. 5, aocoud flour. Metro
politan Building, N. . cor. Ninth and Walnut.
WANTED FIFTY CENTH Falsehood, like
a nettle, stings thou who meddle with it.
IuIINHOM'8 nnwly -discovered coloring prongs
F leases every body. No attempt to deceive, the pub
ic. Pictiuesaru uot taken by steam or Ran, or bv
mammoth rameraM. All work Is carefully ti niched
at tbe Gallery, Ninth and Main.
WANTED A SITUATION -To work on a
tarm or in a garden. UndoiHtandN the caro
ot hoives. Is willing to make hlmsulf uxuful to bis
employer. Good niorenco. Address WM. 1101'
KlNti, at this office. autf-b
WANTED SITUATION As a second milier
In a corn tuill, by a man of experience, who
understands in i 11-w right business. Address P. O.,
at thisoftlie. au9-b
NT ED TO TRAPK-IIardware for Canuel,
iuiuior or iiuriiuru iiy liiwi,
GI1ABLKS OOOOH, i
ANTED-Seon girls fur housework, oharn
berwork and cookini?: thifn nr four antn
1t ()'fl. Good Nltnations may le had by applvlng ut
the Agency Omc of W. P. JONES, iili Ktmt Kourt li
nt., bet wee u Sycamore and Main. au9-b
ANTED FIFTEEN CE NTH Although this
is a small amount to pay tor a picture, in
laae,, yet it uiay be had by applying at AI'PJ.K
T'B Mammoth Gallery, corner of Filth and
Main, where may be had beautifully colored plt
turtid, tn faucy cases, at reduced prices. ISq brfek
dust daubed over your face or indigo blue smeared
in your eyes or on tbe bxckgrouud and named a
newly-discovered process after years of study. auU-b
WANT EDFI FTE KNCKN T8A7"nniTtTe
mature, in rtM. mav htt had for thia amall
sum at APPI.EGATE'B Mammoth Gallery, corner
i ruin ana main, aibo ueautnui piain rnoio-
?rapbs ut reduced prlcos. Large pictures, in canes,
eautifully colored, for twenty .Ave cents. They
don't charge twenty-five cents extra fur coloring
pictures, and theu daub thorn with brick-dust and
and call It a uewly-distovered process after years of
toil. That nrocess needs several Fears of study vet.
me people unnit.
MTA NTH II 10.000 AGENTS To aell Cainnaiirn
V Medald. The Ukonesses of the candidates lor
'resident are correct. Price 96 per hundred, sam
)lee sent on rveeipt of four three-cent stamps.
Also, Medals or Charms, giving a beautiful Me
Itiiuotype of candidates for President and Vice Pres
ident. Agents are olearing from 3 to $8 per day.
8am ote acnt on reoelot of twenty-live cents in Htamos.
Address W. K. LAKPHEAB ft CO., 10 VVeet
xourins., uincinuau, unio. aus-i
ANTE D A German Servant Girl, to go a short
aistanoe into ine couuiry a gooa wasuer ana
I rone r. Apply at 411 Lougworth-st.
VrANTEII-Men aeeklns situations as clerks.
salesuiou, book -kocpers, bar-keepers. porU ru,
uoperi, mechanic, laborers, and others, should ap
ply at the Merchants' lerks' Hcgistry Office, No.
i pi vvaiuut-sireei. laua-o'i a a urn m w.
llTANTF.n-KVERY ONE-Whethar in or out
t t of business, to send fur our circular. It Is of
Interest to all. and costs you nothing. Addre
HOBBISiS it CO., Cincinnati, Ohio jyW-tf
IVANTED By apractical Carpenter and Joiner,
a situitlou as foreman, or to conduct any
work in his line; is wen aequinteu witn making up
cfftlmetes of cost, having been largely eugaKed In the
building line fur blmsull. Addreea T. 11. B., New--tii,
Ky. - auS-b
MTANTED AGENTS To sell Campaign Mcd
ww als. i'he likeuustios of the cuudiiUtva for
President are correct. 'I'he price of the Medals is
fci Der hundred. Aaents aienuw sellina from one
hundred to two hundred ner da v. A siteclmen of
rliher Medal will be sent, ty mail, upon receipt of
tour mree-cent postage stumps. Aaurcss juua
STANTON, btump and Brand Cutter, 139 Kifth-st.,
lucinnaii, uuiu. ui)-aui"
Who deaireto "make money" aelllng THE BEST
oampalgu Hrllclua eve.r puuiiHUoa or mauulai'.turod;
namely ; t . .
The Proaidential Campaign
Chart and Man of the United
H la tea.
WITH Mill COLURS.
Price. ........................ ..a6cenU.
National ltepublican Chart.
Price ..i..2A oenta.
National Democratic Chart.
l'rloe.u. 25 eenta.
The American Nation's Political
Pi Ice ft centi.
Anierioan Nation's Candidutea.
. ALL IN OHI BOOK.. r
Price , ., - - IS oenta.
American Nation's Text-book.
Price MW1.M ,..M..w.M.n.a cents,
National Oampatun Hand-books,
Medals, or Charms
3 vine a heautlfnl Melalnntvne nf (lanilldatae for
rrealilent antl Vioe-Preaident aeveral varietlea of
niedala. Aftenu can clear rroin to a aay u
they sealoitaly labor "to make It pay." Hamplea
a.-iit unuu recolpt of retail price. Fur particular!
UUurftM BA'a n. VAunii, , ,
lliMk ana M ap Publlaher,
38 and 40 Weet Funrth-at., Olnclunutl.
y-ANTBD I JIMKUlATKIjVIII
10,000 Hard-shell ueinocrats,
lO.OOO I3onslas Democrats,
IO.OOO ltlack ltepublioans,
10,000 Bell and Kverett Men. I
lot Ter man who wanta to elect Ills randldaU
for President take hold and enaK in tli aalaul tua
IIKwiuh Wew tuioaa auu uu.ii, , ,..
The American Nation's Candidate.
Ill Due Book
The Amsrioan NaUon'i roUtleal Chart
Th Amoricaa Nation'! Tozt-Book.
Prloe....... - 2 "
AUENT8 can wake from IS te 10 per dar If acllva
and aealoua to elect a Piealdent. A aample copy
will ba maiiud on receipt of retail price, , umauipla
ooplca or an ...Uc wy HMN, ,
. . .l- i Alt- BtHl.tUhlt.- 1l,.n.e lln tit nlufl
aif.it, i I tnclnliati, Ohio. AlT'y earl, a I h. re li-uO
t.n.o t , ke Kt. A i Mideilt mnat be alecl.tl.
V r..in low y lfiO uld lu n''ih-
WANTED FJFTEKN OR NTS This is a small
um for a likfnM. In a mm althnMh It i-rin
be had at AVVhkiiKtii Mammoth Gallery, cor
ner of Fifth and Mnin. Pomo of the pirtnre-makers
try so make a greHt nulie twenuse Appteftato's mam
moth camera can take plctius at the rale of fifteen
hundred dallf. Why not, when thetr pictures are so
b'W? In ihe nntt place, visitors at the corner of
Fitth and Main hare plenty of room. They are not
crowded in a room a by 10 fret, and charged fifty
eft it fir miserable datiba, colored with pure brick
dfM. with MM-lnkllns of Indigo blue abnnt th
vts and on the background, and nann-d a boauttfnl
coloring proceen, alter yar oi stu-ly. limy ony
they don't take nrteon hundred daily. Wo giintis
not, of that quality and prire. atllo-b
WANTKD FIFTKICN CENT h Hmall. hut
annd. nictllrna. fur lft fit. . In rain. APPf.K.
OATK s new (iallory, corner of Hfth aud Mam !i,
4. s aiai n w- laraer ouea. oenntltuliy coioroo, lor
auiinrK r, In m, worth a Uoren brlrk-duat dauha,
tnken aud chained flfly centa I t, The Idea of pic
tlira-tnaairiff wlthont a mammoth camera, where
you hae to Walt houra, and charred fifty cent, fur
miwralile atneared.tip plcturea, although thoy are
colled beautiful worka of art, alter yeara of toll
and atudy. aulu-b
fOK 8ALK The Htock and Fixtnres of a 8a-
V lieon.ou the corner of Frut-man and H'nkins
sts.; Imiuire on the premise". Cheap for cash.
! j : fawlo-ij
IOU HA LK OIUlOKHT-Stock, Fixtures and
1 Lease: tuck wtdl neldctpd : low rnnl ; muni
trade; one of the best chanros in the city. Apply
to HALK A CO., VZH Watnut-st. aul (!)
IiMR SALE A set of grocers' sugar-bins, In nix
1 oomnartmeuta i cnttntHtv. onn Imrral atrl.
Also a smaller set. of three bins, together with a
Si ass bow-cane. Will be sold very low. Apply to
. P. CAHBEKN, 103 Bmlth-at. u-
FR SA IE A FA KM Of sixty acres, with
InmmVnmMiiti. In Pulaski IViiitita- Inrl Will
boRlvKii In AxrbnnaTe (balance caihj for a comforta
ble little dwelling if six or seven rooms in the west
ern part of the city. Inquire at 31 Vlno-st. .be
tween Front and Columbia. au-h
IOR HALE-DAI RY-An old-oHtubllshed
Dairy, havlua thirtv cows, wllh humom siiirl
wattn neccHaary to carry on the busiuee. Address
DAlKY.carenf Prena OtBca. If mnhl inimriini.lv.
a bargain can be bad. au7-aw
JiOR HALE LOT A largo and beautiful lot on
. Mt. A n burn, on a Inn it tiniA Atilr.s H R n
nt the Prom niie. uultf.
TUm NALE-.IO.OOO acres of Ilallroad Land,
-1 situated on ttm Iiihiiinin uni. Par I ft r UnMrnBrl.
Iowa for sale cbean. Also. Lands and Town Pmn.
erty on the Illinois Central, Clinton, Dwitt Co.,
in., to exenanee tor property in or about tne city or
Cincinnati. Titles good, and every thing warrauti-d
and represented correctly. Apply soon to A. M.
1VR, 4:1 tiset Fourth-st. jy28-am
POR SALE Steam Engine and Boiler, now In
nai. at J..a fklk ,1 111, V 1 a I l
thoy can be soon at anytime. Engine Cylfndr, 8
Inches diameter, stroke 3 foot, governor and Jmlson
ralve attached, aud cast-iron bed. BoilerLength,
13 feet, diameter, 36 fnches.
HARRISON A WILSON.
FOR SALE-A Retail Stock of Uroccrles. No
tions and Variety (nodH. with tht irood.will nf
well-oHtabltdhed biminesit. and hvo years1 leaae on
theetore. Also, a good Building Lot in the mnat
importnut part ot the city. The proprlotor bulng
compelled to quit bushiest, will oflur the same on
very favorable terms. For further information, ap
ply at tho corner of Third and Ureenup-sts , Coving
ton, Ky. A small Farm, twenty or twenty-live miles
in tho country, will be tnken as part payment. The
good ore free from all incumbrancu.
au7-aw- o. B, UUHT.
OR RENT IKHIRABIjK ROOMS-Wlth iras
m? stoves and gas for cooking and 11 ghtH, suitable
't a son tie man and hia wff.t. Annlv a.t Nn
17OR RENT A HMALL DWKLLI t?(J With
. Htoro-room attachud. Can Ito iimx! nitltnr with
or without tho store. For particulara, inquire at
a. ft. corner oi vourtnana ntouo. auiu-D
FOR RENT-BUICK H0tIMK-2ir Ooorgc.
nt., between Hniith and Mouii'l, ccntHlning
cistern, lion ull over the house. All fu extvllcnt
order. Ai.nly to JOHN ZIJMS
corner of Jiftb and Watnut-ste.
liOK RENT-A two'Stnry Frame Hone, o
tt rhlUdelDhia-st.. of four rotmiN. sunimcr kite)
en, good cistern aud cellar. Apply at 8INGLKT0N 8
uniceryt on luitin-st., JOvingiou. aiiio-o
I7IOU RENT-TWO FURN1SHK0 UOOMH
- Unliable tor young gentlemen, or, the second
I!-tor, in a good location. Apply at J.14 liuorge-st.,
uuiwrcn ienrrai-av. ana jonu.tti. aiiMr-u
vnii'iL" h ent-"k"6Jm a n i) w k - nitu
? eiiMt curner of Pearl and Plnm-sts. Apply on
tne premises. , an-i"
710R R FiNT IlOt'SE Four rooniM, kitrhn
su' kuiI Kloe entrance, plosauily lonttu m l mirth
st., near .Mill-43. Apply to KOB'X St. QUilsS,
II10R RENT Two large and airy moms, to phy
. aiidansor dentists; alrnj two baHement ronmn,
suitahlo lor an oyster saloon. Inquire ut 70 West
IIIOR RENT-ROOM-Ouo or two gentlemen
. vuli be sucouimiMlHtd wit ha nice front room.
furuinbed, with a snmller rewjm adjoining, with gas
and privilege of bath; alio a nice, Urge parlor. In a
ret Dec table small fumtlv. where no bonnlm-a, are tct-nt.
Itoodrutereucesrequh'od. Apply at 10$ Longworth;
171 t it RUNT A Store aud four Rooms. Htore
1 in nuiniy I'.inUil unnii-oK1v Annlv t.i f V
W.TLLARD, 4"Zt Ceotral-iiv. au7-d
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM-Wltb gas,
within live minutes' walk of the PostolBce. Ad
ply at Luthy Fox's grocery, north-east corner of
oevencn ana stain. sava
BOAR DING Accommodation for two young
gentlemen front room at 7V George-st., oue
uour van oi x'lum, souiu siue. auiu-o
boitrd for a
Newly fitted up rooms, with
family aud nlngle gentlemen.
Apply at Htt Uftst rilth-street,
BOARDING A gentleman and lady, or single
geutleijjon, can be accommodat"d with a nice
front room and boarding at 84 Knst Fifth. am-b
BOARDING A Oeutlemau and bis wife can be
Ruooiiijuodated with a front room and board.
In a private family. House furnished with gas and
bath. Pleasant location. Apply al81 Ciuorge-st.,
wem oi iriounu. a u O'
OAR DING Suinmer-bfarilera can be acconi-
m.M ui oil a tea at the reunny ivama Hotel. Columbia,
witn single or double rooms, well ventilated ; new
furniture: healthy and irbtaaant. locution, nn rim
Little Miami Railroad; throo trains stop dally : Are
.iduhoi cuaeueB urgus very reason aui p. I'airou
age solicited. jyi;i-(.w
f OHT-OR RTOLEN-On Haturday, August 4, a
WlA black-and-tan Terrier Pud. between tive aud
six months old; two small scars on leftside, Fivo
dollars reward will bo given for the return of tho
imp to ftl btone-st., betwoeu Filth and Uixth, or to
tin1 oince. auu-K
WM. WILSON McGUEW, R
South-west Corner Main and Fourth-sts.,
' ' CINCINNATI OHIO.
WW Clocks and Watches repaired by experienced
Retail Grocery Card.
N. O. BiiKar 8, 9, inc.
Loaf and GrnuM......llfl.
Java Cnft'ee 'An:
Y. II. Tea. o, isuc.
(1. P. and Imp. do Cik.
Wack do...j. W, OU, te.
Cocoa and Cbuc'te.....3rto.
Hlcc M....H H.,.iic.
Soiia ...... nc.
Ohiioao 'Jt ln.
Htarub ,Hm,WHHHJl tie.
liar Hoan A, (i, 7, Ho.
Cantlln Soap Vie.
Iaudio. -Titltaw He.
Bplcoa W utumca .....b.'io.
i , l'opir... Ilia.
' , tiiimor.. To.
Table Bait, per baN....lllc.
Bvruo 50, 60c.
iaute Currants b, 7c,
Leghorn Citron 22c.
Bordeaux F turns ioc,
B iheiulau l'runes 10c.
1 nrkittli I'rniHM
SfudliiHS RaiHlus 12Hc,
tfnucu JtaiBina. .......... 1JC
Suivrna Fius .-.llc
AUuouda Sicily ltd
Spanish Filbert liic,
KdkIUIi Wulnuta lnu
t'nuiiu Nuts,...H loc,
t 'unary Heed H He.
Vermicelli . t,
oanuues ana a
boxw 16, n, 30o
Halad Oil 30, aoo,
C'iUer Vinegar 2W,
Pickled 1'urk too.
Pickle. PreeerYM, I'epner-fance, Kutrhups, Mtu
au7-tt'J W. 1). 1IKVIN, t walnut-at
; NATION ALEXHIBITION.
I EXHIBITORS ARB INFORMED THAT
-A tho Lntiy Jliwiks will be optuiod at tbe tittcro
tmy I OSlse, Vuritsi Ilotuo, Glnclonatl, on tbe 3d of
(September. No locations can be doaujjnated prior to
Abdications In writing ill be received up to the
1st uf HeoteuilHir lor liceimuK to kten an iatilitf-
boiitto, refreBluutnt saloons, sda fomitaliiB and citfur
siaoas, ana lor me saic oi ariieina niauuiaoiurea on
tho around. Kach aottllcaut will stAte what be de
vires to stdl, and what lie is wllltnq to pay tor t ha
rrivuege, wituou. unoor-seiuuff or unrposina-oi nis
lirunsu. no perunwtiuus to sell intoxicating uov
uriiirus will hfi D-t-Htited.
'I'bo first editiou of the IteauIatlonH and Promlum
UK MV'U uiBiniiitiuUi niiumci ouppij win it
the ith of AiiKiirtt, A-ontainliitf such ad -
DnMinuniB arf uhv hp mititHi uv me r.xoci
IKNKY WAG KH, 1'ies't.
Hf. 1'Kut.rr Pooks. Soc'i
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
AHAF. KAMY ANtl I! KP C (IT I VB
curator dloordora uf tlia 1KIWKI.8 andHTOM
Al'll. (Ihlldmnnrailuluwlll Mud pnmipl ralU I In
iiiuum.iuu.oimH, iwmhui tfiarrii.a, uuuittra jnor
bin, Hunilii.ir Ocaiplaiul, Dyaantary. Ac, ao. J'ro
uaroa oiuy uy
OKO. M. mxos. i
atta-aw W. 1. eorner of Fifth aua! III
Fortunett'lling and Phrenology.
iU PKRMONM WIMIIIMO TO KNOW
xm. llii'lr iiinua proupoci. i-a nuvo ineiu iMirractly
atatad hf Madama ALW1N, ut 1H4 Vourth.atraal,
i vi mat M t.laa. wliara aba may ba i-abaulltHl db all
iaallra ronrtTiiltiK lovv, wariiaMa, VMirulilp, law
UMtatwi aualaoaa aftalrai aal will toll tlia naait
(bu U'ly or geiiiteiuaa lUay will marry . alao th
aaiua oi lumu iuiun.
T1IE DAILY PRESS.
LOST. City News.
MniotnLOfiicAli ObhrbYATIokr By Henry
Ware, Optician, August ft
OVjar. Jure"". 7WaT,
T A. M..........W.I2 Abort aoro-7
II M ....... ........ 29 AImit. aero 7
C r. ................. Abora aaro-tn
IiRTTHM DcTAlNr.n vna Wn a Poaraa
Thursday Aufrust 9:
Madllman, Malnevllla, 0.
waa.en A Hamaur. L'arpnnt.rvllle, lull.
8linin Oiimbit., KvauavjUa. Ind.
Bwt A Oadr. i tifcairii. 111.
J-ihii ymiic) KolicrU, Wlncheatar, 0
DackhRu., Allean A Patrr, PSIIadalphla, Pann.
W m rrrfter. MoDiphla, Tenn.
8 handfalitar, BiioneTille, Mo.
Ham. (Villlna, Lima, O.
C. Gi'lpbnutT, Cuvlnton, Ky.
A. Tompkins, Uoxton, Maaa.
Anton Enrald, Wythnrlllo, Va.
H. Blum.ntlial, Ni w York Cltr.
W. B. I'art.fn, Vifk.hurff. Miaa.
Vlchacl York, WKatHi-ld'lll.
II. U. A f r. Farnr, lru, Ind.
Llirle Whltk. Bt. Loilla, Mo.
C. II. SIH ornili k, 'Jhlrago. III.
II. rlfpri-nHon, l)is Molnna, Iowa.
Wm. Mol'hiTion A t'o., Mow, II, Mich.
.lame, llylunil, Wiiahlticiton, Ind.
IJJInioro A Thomraoii, Manhattan, Ind.
W. W. Hlrka, Jnnrllnn City, lud.
Fraud. Jarob, HlKlilaiid. 0.
Tin Zodavi Mania in Cincinnati. Wa
have lieen iulormcj, upon reliable authority,
Limb aeveii uuiupnnim ui .ouavea are now
being former) in this vicinity one in New
port, two in Covington and four in Cincin
nati. Boy Badly Bcrnkd. A lad about twelve
years of nge. named Michael Fisher, residing
tin v ine-sireei mil, was sent, lo iiumminsvuie
yesterday for some slop for hogs, and, unfor
tunately, fell into the swill-wagon and was
so severely scalded that he can not recover.
Boy Drowned. A lad. fourteen vears of
age, namea jonn opears, ten into tbe river
irom a sum, yesterday atlcrnoon, and was
drowned. He resided with his parents, in
Central-avenue, near Front-street. Every
effort mado to, recover the body has, thus
far, proved unavailing.
Rkpcbmcan Ratification Mmtino. A
meeting to ratify the county-and Congress-
luiitii iK'neuf nuinmaica yesieraay will con
vene at Fifth-street Market-space on Satur
day cveninz next. C. M. Clav and Hon.
oamuoi lialloway will certainly be present
nnd deliver addresses. A large turn out is
Mkktinu ok tiii Ahkrican County Kxko-
ptivb Committck. We call attention to an
advertisement in another column, convening
...Wblk.l . VUIUUII.WV Jt LUU nillllUHI
or Union party of this county. Business of
importance will bo transosted, and it is de
Kiritblo that tlicrc should be a full attendance.
SuongN Dkmibe. A man named Robert
Reill v, who was engaged as Dorter in a store
n tho corner of Third and Main, was found
upon the sidewalk day before yesterday, and
carried to the Station-house in an apparently
moriounu condition, r.very enort was made
to restore him, but ho died, in snito of them.
at eight o'clock yesterday morning. The
deceased was about forty years of age, and
icavraa wne auu several cuuuren.
Bcrulariks. A dwelling-hoase located at
No. 432 Vine-street, was feloniously en-
lorec nigut oeiore last, ana roobea ot a gold
watch and $50 in money. One of the in
mates of the house was aroused by the noise
of the burglar, and gave the alarm, when he
escaped through the window by which be
Another. The clothing establishment of
u. Deiters, at Ho. HUH West Fifth-street.
was entered about four o'clock yesterday
: 1 u -ea "
itiuriiiuir, ituu runueu )! nve pairs oi pants,
Dan Run's Giikat Show. This mammoth
establishment arrived in the city yesterday,
morning, and pitched its tent on the City
Lot. The audience last night wasvery large.
and the performance quite agreeable. The
tricKs or the trained animals, the eaueatrian
ism of Ella Zoyara, and the witticisms of
frank Drew, were each excellent in their
way, una drew down considerable anDlause.
There will be two performances to-day, at
oaii-pasi iwo ana nan-past seven r. M.
A Beautiful Bouquet. Mr. J. S. Cook.
of the Walnut Hills Nursery, has our thanks
or a oeautuui oouquei, containing some ot
tue Bweeieai, mui cuuiceai nowers we nave
seen this season, and arranged with that
artistic taste that has given Mr. C. so high
and deserved a reputation in this department
oi Horticulture gut is more appropriate.
no oll'eriug more acceptable than flowers the
true poesy of earth and we appreciate and
love them as if they had power to feel the
floral worship we render to their delicious
A Practical Malthus. A man named
Eli Nace, a caual boatman, while slightly in
toxicated, evening before last, picked up a
little boy not more than eight years of age,
on the bank of tho Miami Canal, near Fifth-
street, and deliberately threw him into the
water, which was from ten to fifteen feet
deep. Too child was subsequently rescued
from drowning by Martin Toohey, and Nace
was arrested by umcers acnuyier, ueeroaum
and Gardner. Ho was before tbe Police
Court yesterday morning, charged with as
sault and battery, una sentenced to tne aun
peon of the County Jail for ten days and
nned iuu ana costs.
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. The
regular weekly sales of real estate by the
Sheriff yesterday morning were largely at
tended, aud the bidding was quite spirited.
Sixteen pieces of property were offered, of
wnicn ten were sold, as ioiiows:
. Lot No. 16G, on the west side of Walnut
street, next to Charles Tatum'i lot, 25 feet
front by 128V", feet deep, valued at U,oOOj
sold to John H. Schroder, at S8.600.
Also, lot No. 88, situated in the subdivision
of St. Bernard, mado by Kleine and Schroder,
valued at (Sou, tree oi dower, sold to J. u,
Bciiroaer, tor hsom.
Also, lots No. 13, Hand 15, in llartshorne'
subdivision of Pendleton, in Spencer Town'
ship, valued at $5 60 per front foot each, and
sold to J. B. Cecil, for $3 6T.
Also, part of lot No. 19, in Lewistown, near
uinciunati, commencing at tne intersection
of Poraod-street and tho Cincinnati, Colum
bus and Wooster Tnrnnike. 25 feet front bv
100 deep, valued nt $625, gold to John S. Wil
liams for $417.
Also, lot No. 100 in tho plat of partition
made among tho heirs of Mary Moore, deceased,
being 20 feet front on Liberty-street and UO
feet deep; valued nt f'JW), and sod to 11. H
Wenning ftr $020.
Also, lot No. 101 in same plat, equal in size
to tho above, suld to the same party for $635.
Also, lot No. 204 in the same plut, 20 feet
fronton Swain-street and 00 feet deep; valued
nt $800, sold to the same for $540.
Also, lot No. 205 in same plat, equal in size
to No. 204, valued at the same and sold toathe
Art and Nature.
To Uf Art CWlfo ( frtu:
It seems to me that your criticism of the
painting of Joitpk ana l'otijthar't Wft, at
WiswelTs. by one of tho old masters, il hardly
just. You find fault because tho artist has
made the woman so unattractive and un tempt
ing that it detracts from the credit which
you have ascribed to Joseph for virtue in re
sisting the "bad but beautiful woman, who
apneurs to you through your ideal."
It has usually beeu held. Mr. Critic, that to
be tine to nature, is the highest merit or
work of art. This is equally true of human
nature as oi inanimate nature. Are you not,
Mr. Otitic, criticizing the artist for not por
traying a resistance on the part of Joseph
which would not be true to nature, when
you set up the "bad but beautiful woman of
your meal as nn temptation t
The artist has delineated Joseph as beauti
ful troubled and reluctant: and Potiphar'
wife as immodest and coarse. Do you not
suppose that ha know what he was about?
Which ia truest to nature, the temptation and
triumph of virtue, as ho lias portrayed it, or
as ideal would make ui
Republican County and District Convention
—A Straight Ticket Nominated—Great
In mint of numbers aud enthusiasm, the
Republican Convention yesterday was equal
to anv we have ever attended in Hamilton
County. The deliberations were harmonious,
but the members paid no regard to tho or
dinary rules of order, but talked aloud during
the call of votes, creating such a confusion
that it waa difficult for the Secretary to re
cord the result. The President did his bent
to enforce sience, but could not accomplish
The meetiiiu was called to order by J. K.
Green, who moved that E. T. Carson act m
temporary Chairman, which was carried
Three Committees, consisting of one from
each election precinct one on credentials, one
on business and one on permanent organiza
tionwere chosen; our space, however, is too
circumscribed to permit us to publish the
list of names embodied in each.
The Committee on Credentials, reported
that all the delegations wen; full, and that
there were no contested seats novelty in
Hamilton County politics.
The Committee on Permanent Officers re
ported the following numed pursuns, who
were unanimously onosen by the Conven
Prttident Thomas H. Weasner.
Vice-l'residtntt ( District B. Ei'L'Ie-
ton. D. A. Morton. Second DistrictChun.
Stacge, K. T. Carson.
Srcretariet H. O. Armstrong, E. Wassinirh
and Job Pugh.
Mr. v eosner, on talcing tnecnair, remarked
briefly upon the importance of the Conven
tion, and the necessity of harmonious delil
eration. The Committee on Business reuorted the
following as the order to be observed in the
nomination ol candidates:
1. Member of Congress from the First Dis
2. Member of Congress from the Second
6. Probate Judge.
1. Prosecuting Attorney.
8. County Commissioner.
10. County Surveyor.
11. Director of tho County Infirmary.
They likewise recommended that a major
ity be necessary for a choice, and that the
body be governed bv the rules uaimllv
adopted at political conventions, with the
exception of those of Charleston and Balti
more. The report was adopted.
Tl. V l. T!:i ii
aiiw uuir..w-B iui uio r um. LiairicL men
proceeded to nominate a candidate for Con
gress, and the names ot Dr. U. V . Nixon, 0.
SI. Silencer and John Groesbeck were pro-
puaeu. xue uanoi resuiieii as louows:
l.( Ballot, id Ballot.
liroaabock 17 14 1
Judge Spencer having received a maioritv
of the votes cast, was unanimously nominated
A gentleman Irom the Second District nro-
posed the name of Hon. John A. Gurlcy for
re-election, which was roceived with such
deafening cheors that it was some minutes
before any further business could be trans
acted. The nomination was thus made by
acclamation, and confirmed by three cheers.
The convention then took a recess till one
o'clock P. M.
full, Mr. I. J. Allen wits called unon. am
made a few remarks upon tbe political iBsues
ot tne day, ana tnen read a letter from
brother in Illinois on intimate acquaintance
of Mr Lincoln in which that gentleman
was spoKen oi in tne nignest terms; he like
wise predicted that Lincoln will carry
Illinois by the largest majority that anv can
didate has ever received. The speaker con
tinued ny rcierniig to Mr. Lincoln, who.
Democrats said, could do nothing . but split
roils; that, said nc, is more than Mr.
Buchanan could do, for he has not vet given
any legitimate evidence that he had ever split
any tning. tuneersanu laugmer.)
A ballot was tnen taken lor Sheriff, as fol
Richard Calvin .',
T. II. Whctatoue f,
L. A. Harrla ......lo
H. Bodino 3
K. rl. penny i
Mr. Harris was then unanimously nomin
Two ballots were hud for Auditor, the last
of which resulted in the choice of J. G. Olden,
The vote stood as below:
la! ballot. Id Ballot.
Ohaa. It. Fomlick... ............ a i
Howard Matthew.... l-LI 128
It. M. llsrllett.... 7 dropped
jonn DiirgoyuL' .
.1. U. OMeu llll
K. B. Lippett 30
Total 347 1411
The race for the Clerkship was the only
one that was closely contested, and tho only
one in which any bit tor feoliug was engen
dered; but that subsided immediately after
tne declaration oi tne result, and Air. Meveu
son's devoted friends, of whom there were
many In the Convention, unanimously rat
ified the selection of Mr. Cist. Four ballots
, latitat. 2d But. 3d Bat. ilhBal
R. H. 8ti"rmion...lJ3 IJ7 143 16:
Ubaa. K. Ciat........ all loo 170 - lo3
E. r. Crancli a tlroppad
D. W. Thraaber.... :m dronnod
Poter .Inn . & 91 ao dropped
On the liist ballot the vote was very close,
and the general impression was that Mr.
Stevenson hud a uiujority of one or two, but
three or tour changes to Mr. L'ist docided the
question, and ho was declared the unanimous
2 : r . i r
UUIUIUTO Ul MJG UUUVVI1MUU.
Two ballots were taken for Probate Judge,
witn tne subjoined result:
III Ballot. 2i Ballo?
J. yi . ittMwell a?
Chan. Vox i'.i
8. 8. Cnrpnuter 170 213
s. fll. uetouoii... i'.i droppe.
Mr. Carpenter was nominated.
For Prosecuting Attorney, Tueophilus
Gaines and E. F. boys were ifamed, but tbe
latter witndrew, and moved tnat tne former
be nominated by acclamation, which, was
1.1.x- a ...,mi.anAr .........
i vi vuiuiioii uuuim vi unitiw nci c j j i it
sented, but before the close of tho ballotiugs.
it became evident that Dr. F. G. Enimerth
was the choice ot a large majority ot tbe delegates,
and he was nominated by acclamation
His principal competitors were Drs. Webb,
The next office on the list being County
ommisBioner, iiiu loiiowiug geniiemen were
named: Leonard Swnrtz, J. I. Boss, Andrew
Mogill, Wm. Scott, W. G. Carson, and Milton
Ulenn. tue doiioi, wnen ciosea, stood
Thirty delegates changed their votes for
Swartz, giving him 1H3 votes, and he was
J. W. Gilbert was selected for County Sur
veyor, receiving 227 votes on the first ballot,
.lie following is me entire vuio.
Ohaa. II. Hll...
John Kveraolm.,..H ....,.......,
11. II. I'hllipa ...
j . n. uuoorr .H
Geo. W. Man .
John Beckleyaf. ....,
' John K. Greene, present incumbent, was
nominated Dy acclamation lor Director of tne
City Inhrmnry; alter which the city mem
bers of the Executive Committee were in.
structed to select five candidates for Magi
trates to fill the vacancies occurring this fall
Throe cheers were than given for the
ticket, and the same for Liucoln aud Hamlin
after which a vote of thanks was tendered
Mr. Geft'roy, of the Gibson House, for a cask
of excellent lomonodu furnished to the Con
vention, and another to the olllcers of the
meeting, tor their faithful services, when
motion to adiaura was put and carried.
The subject of a fusion was referred to hut
"once, and that was when Dr. Cnroy was
named for Coroner. A number of gentle
men at that juncture demanded to know
the Doctor iutended to support Lincoln, and
they declared their intention to vote for
One outside of the Republican nartv.. The
diactmsion, 'oveTer,-was cut short by the"
wnnarawai oi nr. iorey.
The Chicago Zouave Cadets—Drill at the
Orphan Asylum Lost—Presentation to Col.
Eilsworth—Display at the Opera-house.
According to tbe programme tbnt had been
previously arranged, the Chicago Zouave Ca
dets met yesterday morning at their head
quarters, at nine o'clock, and In company
with the Rover Guards and the American
Continentals, proceeded to the Orphan Asy
lum Lot for a public drill.
The streets, windows and house-tops along
the line of march were thronged with per
sons of both sexes and ages, and an immense
owd had assembled In and about the Urphan
avium. The day was very clear, and tho
eat quite oppressive, but the Zouaves seemed
mini to anv emergencv. and after their ex-
rcisca had been completed looked as fresh
as when they were begun. After they had
ached tne ground they were dismissed for
few minutes, after which they were ordered
to "fall in," and the drill began.
The hrst part consisted of the manual of
formed with the most minute precision. The
support, present, order, shoulder, right and
iuib aiiuuiuor diiiii., auu mo auicaing, eiicilra
loud applause, and their movements were as
muitaneousas tnose ot automata nxed on
vols and moved by a single wire, or the
German toys, representing files of soldiers.
now so nearly obsolete, ine loading and
tiring was as perfectly executed; every arm
used and tell at the same moment, and the
lick of the locks sounded but as one. The
most remarkable feature of this drill was the
ring at will, which they did when ordered
as perfectly and regularly as though each
ruer was given separately Dy tne commaml
r, continuing uutil ordered to cease. This
i lis repeated several times, in nerfect silence.
without music. They also fired by platoons.
and as comrades at arms after which the
arms were stacked and tho Zouaves rested
for a brief interval, during which they di-
ested themselves ot their knapsacks.
The second part consisted of marches and
counter-marches, walking and running, or
inner ironing, in rupiuity witn wnicn tne
:hanges of front were made being trulv as
tonishing, as well as the sudden division into
platoons and the great rapidity and exact
ness with which the company again formed.
all of which excited the admiration of the
Next came the skirmishing drill, which
commenced by the Zouaves dividing into two
platoons, in open order, first platoon fires:
second platoon then move forward five paces
una take tneir places, wnilo tne second again
load and take the places of the first while the
latter reload. Then they formed into squads
of five each, as comrades in arms and went
through similar maneivres. Then halt tho
company formed two platoons of skirmishers,
loading on one knee and tiring in turn, then
tu suuattmg upon the ground, tailor tashion.
and retreating, after a fire, to the reserve, at
the word of command. The reserve then
took their place, the others assembling in the
rear and forming a new reserve, while the
others repeat the loadiug, firing by platoons
ami retreat as Deiore.
Having formed once more, the comnanv
again divided, and formed first in a singfe
ine across the held, then in euuadB or scout
ing parlies, as comrades at arms, then lying
down in a circle, and forming, aftorward. two
stnent lines. XNextcnme tne most wonderful
exhibition of all, the "belly movement," in
wnicn ono piatoon loaded wnue lying on
their stomachs, and as the other fired, moved
forward and took their places, allowing them
to reload. The lying down movement is pe-
uliar. Thev throw their weight unon their
hands and lower themselves gradn&llv tn the
(round, the feet touching last. After this
exercise they laid down their arms and rested,
and in tne interval t;oi. Ellsworth was pre
sented with a beautiful boutiuet by Mr. Cart,
wright, with the request that it be attached
to tho colors, which was doue.
liut the last portion of tbe drill surpassed
every thing preceding. This was the bayo
net exercise, which excelled any thing ever
witnessed here. Tbe men formed in squares
oi lour eacn, ana parried and tnrust witn
great rapidity at an imaginary enemv. then
charged, retreated and rallied on the reserve.
loruuiig a ainu ui nyrauuu oi men ana Dayo-
tieui uitcrmingieu, eniDracing tne wbole
corps, lhey next formed as comrades ot
battle in such a manner as to resist a cavalry
charge, and the whole drill ended with a
vigorous charge of the wholo company, with
a zouave yen, terriiying to a timid ear.
vv nen tuu aisuiav was nnisuea tnev
marched back to the headquarters, where
they were received by the Guthrie Grays and
escorted to their armory, where they partook
of an excellent collation, after a welcome
address by Capt. Christopher.
Here they were surorised bv Cant. Envart
of the Guthries, who, after the companies bad
beeu drawn up in a line, presented Col. Ells
worth with a pair of epaulets which had been
worn oy tjapi. r. n . uutnrie in tho active
service oi nis country.
During tnoir stay in fittsnurg, the ureys
oi mat cny presentea t;oi. r.. witn a sword,
and as Capt. Guthrie was formerly com.
uiauuci ui tue company, iuih presuniauon
was considered extremely fitting..inasmuch
as Capt. G. was also the founder and first
commandant ot tne uutiuie Urovs.
i upiain cnyaits spcecn was snort und
uuat, and was responded . to by Col. E,
appropriate terms. Ha said, when at a loss
for words, he had always ono resource in
which the company assisted him, and they
gave their unique cheers "one, two, three.
four, five, six, seven, tiger. Zouave," and the
"oi. ni. oi, nt, ni, ni, in, m, m. ni, hi, hi, hi,
hi, hi, hi, hi, In, hi, hi, Zouave," after whicn
they wero dismissed until six o clock.
The display, last night, at the Opera-house,
was very larirol v attended and nasaed off vr
agieeubly, although they were not so precise
as on the field during the forenoon. Their
evolutions were rapid and their drill perfect
tu uvorjr particular, it Has tue merit oi oe
iug new, and the excellence of the oomoanv
should, and we doubt not will, infuse our
citizen soldiers with new ardor.
The Zouaves left the city this morning at
four o'clock, en rout for Louisville, St. Luuis
and Springfiold, after which they will return
to tneir uomes in unicago. i neir visit to
Cincinnati seems to have been Quite an agree.
able one, both to them and our citizens, who
win ever rcmemoer witn pleasurable emo
tions the wonderful military skill and sol-
dierly bearing of the Chicago Zouave Cadets,
Geo. B. Pearson vt. J. 0. Woodruff and Q
A. Keith. The application requiring the
Executors of Chas. F. Pearson to give bonds.
was disposed of by Judge Hilton. From the
fact that a suit was pending to set aside the
Will that the Will itself was not in the or
diuary course in which the laws of the State
indicate that property should pass and' thsUl
tue legatees live in parts iar distant Horn
where the estate was to be administered, and
that that estate was personality, this Cour
held that it was proper a bond should be ro'
quired, ana tnat the amount should be sum
cient. to cover the value of the stock.
joint bond, with two sureties, in the sum
141 , iwo, was required. -
Manumission. Six very fine looking child
ren, the eldest nine years, tho youngest about
nine months, all girls with the exception of
boy aged five yean, were brought into Court
with their mother, for the purpose of being
emancipate, me motner uau some traces
of negro blood, the children had none what
ever on tne contrary, tney were ot remark.
ably fair and delicate complexions, and had
the hair and features of the white race. They
were the slaves of Mr. Thomas J. Murray,
Liucoln County, Georgia, who bus purchased
lor inein a comiortauio nouse and lot on tiarr
street, in this city, as a home.- Mr. Stephen
Coles had charge of the case in Court
Another Cake. The emancipation papers
oi a negro, man, aged . twentyvnia years,
named August, tbe slave of Louisa Massot,
new urieans. were presented by T. A. Logan,
ana were uuiy recoruea,
' The homestead of the late Dr. Duncan will
be sold at auoMon this, afternoon by Jotiratf
s uo j see advertisement, iner tourTrclock
train on the Little Miami Road, and the six
o'clock down I rain will Mop nt the Red Bank
station, within a ball mile ol tne place.
1 The Total Debt or Russia. The Russian
consolidated debt Is under 83,000,000,
chargo, Including jaiuking !fUnday hem, ha
thuu 15,500,000; but the floating debt amounts
to the enormous sum ot 103,000,000sterling,
Citt Cocnncil. The City Councilheld a
short session yesterday, but transacted no
business of importance. m
Thief Held to Rail. Cornelius Bradley,
who robbed Mrs. O'Donnell a day or two
nee. was vesterdnv held over in the sum of
$50 for his appearance at, the next term of
the Circuit Court, on a charge f larceny.
Official Vote of tmb City and County.
We give below the official vote of the cilv
and county, as declared by the canvassers.
, win ue auen tnai tno vote tor the Afavor
Ity was a tie. and it was decided by ibt
njur ruicy uuiug successilli:
COVINGTON NEWS. CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS.
O, mi Dl
COVINGTON NEWS. CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. SHERIFF.
COLONEL OF MILITIA.
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL. MAYOR. MARSHAL.
A Card. Being temoorarilv absent with
my family for a week or two, rumors have
irn circulated tnat it was my intention to
move to the interior of Kentucky. I take
his means to inform my friends and the Dub-
lic that 1 have no idea of leaving Covington,
but can be found either at my office or resi
dence, always ready to attend uoon Drnfes-
F. MAJOR, M. D.
Man Drowned in a Cistern. A man
named Henry Koch, about forty years of age,
" v iuuiiu muwucu 111 uia ciaivru eariy yes
terday morning. It is supposed that he at
tempted to draw some water in the night and
lost his' balance, and as his family were all
asleep, he was unable to obtain anv assist
ance. Ho leaves a wife and several children.
he Coroner's Jury returned a verdict of
Death b? Suh-btroke. A soldier, attached
to the Newport Band, named Chas. Stieford,
uea uay ueioro yesteruay irom a sun-stroke
Ho was buried yesterday by the Lutheran
Association of Newport, of which be was a
A Waif. A male infant was found on the
steps of the house of Wm. S. Bailcv, night
bctore last, neatly wrapped and clothed. It
was taken into the house by the family of
.nr. u., anu properly cared tor oy tnein.
Circuit Court Docket. There are 100
equity, and ninoty common law cases, on the
docket, to no disposed ot at, tne next term ot
SANGUINARY INDIAN BATTLE.
Three Hundred Delawares and Pottowattomies
Slain—Excitement Along the Frontier Settlement.
Tho Topeka (K. T.) Record oi the 4th iust.
has tho following:
We learn from Mr. Davidson, ot Indianola,
that a painful rumor was brought to that
mice on Saturday last, by a returned f ike s
'cakor, of a severe Indian fight, some three
weeks since, on the Solomon, about 100 miles
above Fort Rilev, in which about 300 Potto
wnttomies and Delawares were killed. The
ntormant says he passed directly throuch
the scene of the fitrht that the dead were all
scalped, und supposed the other party to have
lieen Cheyennes. Arrajiahoes, Ac., who were
known to bare lieen in that vicinity at that
The murdered Indians are supposed to boa
party of some three or four hundred Potlo
wattomies, half-breeds, and Uelawarcs, that
went fmm this vicinit v a short time itrHvinua
to the rumored battle, for the purpose of
nuniing ouiiaio. Among tnem were Messrs.
L'Flunibenu, Beatibien, Ogee, Darling, and
several other prominent Indians, well-known
in tuiB vicinity, wno accompanied tbe expe
dition for the sako of tho excitement and
pleasure which it promised.
Mr. Davidson himself had a very narrow es
cape from tbe uostlle Indians, being with
another party hunting buffalo, and on the
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iiuv ui inn ruiuurDU hlfiii. w nr (iiiiv iiiLiwn
miles distant, on tho identical spot, on Salt
Ureek", a tributary ot the Kepubltcan Fork,
where a battle had been fought only four
days previous, between tho Cheyennes,
AraDahoes. Arc and the Pawnees. His nartv
had advanced but a few miles beyond this
spot, in quest of buffalo, when they came
suddenly upon a large camp ot Indians, num
uoiiutc. uc uwuuuk um i,uw.
Tne Indians caucd tnemselves fawnees.
hut he and his party believed them to he
uneyennes, as tncy nod been victorious in
the fight of a few days before, and bad
driven the Pawnees from that vicinitv. The
suvuges immediately surrounded the little
caravan, numbering only sixteon men, mak
ing Hostile demonstrations, and would doubt
less have murdered them all but from a fear
that other and larger parties of Pottawot
tomies aud whites were iu the rear, a delusion
which the hunters encouraged until they got
clear oi tnuir trouoiesome visitors.
The fight between the Cheyennes and Paw
nees was witnessed bv a couule of Dioneera.
who were at the time hunting buffalo, and
was described by them as being a fearful
scene. The combatants numbered some
thousands', were all mounted, and kept con
stantly circling, Iviugdown in their saddles,
and tiring over, their horses' necks as they
approached tne enemy. 1 ne ngnt mated two
hours: auite a number were killed their in
forinants did not know how many and at
the end of that time the Pawnees broke aud
run with the Cheyennes after them.
It was the original intention of Mr. David
son's party to have accompanied the band
rotutwattomies and uelawarcs spoken ot, but
by some defect in the arrangement they
not meet at the place appointed for the rendezvous,
and the two parties took different
routes.- In addition to tne above information
Mr. D. informs us that great excitement pre
vails throughout the frontier settlements, on
account of Indian depredations that many
whites had been killed; also, that he
many families on t.heir way to the larger settlements,
carrying with them their entire
household goods, having abandoned their
uuiuos, tuuir crops, ami every ming tuey
could not carry away.
Companies were bcintr made ud at Man
ia.., veil, vuiiviiuu yjtij. o.., iui iiuieuiug .uu
chastising these wild Indians, who have never
before Dressed the settlements so close
now. It is hoped that the commandants
tue torts will take this in nana Immediately.
The settlement of the country on tho Repub
lican and Solomon's Forks had been rapidly
progressing this season, and these disturb
ances, unless speedily checked, will prove
verv aerinns In ita frlYectji titinn that cnuntrv.
Messrs. L'Flumbeau and others spoken
above have since been heard from, all safe.
Tbe rumor of a fight is confirmed, but no
particulars received. . -- .
'Mahriaqr or an Indian Princess. A mar
riage recently took place at Kt, George's
Church, Hanover Square, London, between
Lieut. Col. John Campbell, of her Majesty's
Indian arm v. and tne Princess Victoria
(jroorammo, daughter of the late ex-Rajah
uuorg. i ne uusay onmset, no uount, -was
well ballasted with rupees. , J '
' Tsaoicaii Accompaniment to a Putze
Pioht. A prise fight was to corns off near
Louisville, Ky., on Tuesday) but owing
some disagreement about the mill, a grand
row oeourred, in which James Welan was
shot ' dead and five or six other persons
wounded.' " , '' '
New York Stock Market.
Nw' Yoax. Angnst 9
. stocks active
and biahnr. elima ati-onaand
I excited: t'hioagoaod
ttodc lalaud, at; .1 UK-ego, nuriiuaioii ana uuincy,
aT; lllinolH t'enual Scrip, S.1H: Michigan Houtbern,
fillanint4aMl,.llw; M lohigau Houtnaru, 24: UoMiiug ta.'a;
arleia, prefei'i-od, . .iali llarlvm, loa: Mew York
q-ntral, "tnSi Uydaon, llvli; Erlo. 2'-4; Mlrbigan
li'itthern, aacmid mortgage Boitda, H lltiuolv
0,-utiMl Bvnda,'a; tiiu llnda, ia;i, at; i u Uouita,
l"J, ;4; M-,i lb Carolina Hixca, yV, Mii-aouri blm-a,
L ulled Slalea Vliiw, o74, lUl'a.
it ioii-tio, 4,; uuienaaua unicagi
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS Monetary and Commercial.
Finances were reported dull yesterday In
Third-afreet br Boat of the Banker., who bad
hardly enoosh lo kera them occupied. The deauad
for Monar waa llgbt, and the aapply not at all larga,
but In eicoae of the desire for borrowing. ,
(lood Paner waa tn demand at th .1 r., ia
HI par cent., but little ol the etinrovaA anrt
aanted in the reffiilarqitartnra.und In outalda circle.,
few name, w.rv ottered that would bava met with
favor at tbe Di.count.bouaee.
aaatern Elrhanva waa Urn with anma 4..Im.
and baTT with other, at burliiK, aud S prem.
aolllnir rata: the auppljr gcnerall belsc in exevas of
Gold waa dull, and in Mew Orleana Evchanae nntlt.
Ina waa dono.
In llncurrcnt Monnv than, waa nn chanM II,.
Inquiry for the Weetern Bank, continuing craatar
Flour continued in lair fltmand. with a aleaAv
market: Ihe eelva embraclnff 1.23 brla. at wIm.
Tarying from S4 .WM So. Whlaky waa act It. and
buoyant, taai brla. going at lrwlAHc. Provtatone
ware o.uler rmt nrm, and notntng ttanapirea. al
though tranaactlona In bulk Aleata on private tarma
were mentioned. No alteration tn Grocerlee. Wheat
a. Iti aood reuueet at the beelnnina. but waa dull
toward tbe cfoae, without any change In prloea.
Oat. aud Rye were steady, aod Corn and Barley
Tbe Import! and Eaporta ot tba varleaa attlclea
during the twenty-four h. amending yeatardar Boo
were aa followa:
mnoTfe Apnlea. 12 hrla.; IWUv. I Ma h.h , nf.
ter, 4.'i packagea Corn, 2, .'.23 buahelai Cbaeae, S6
boxeij (.'.iffeo, IIS bagai Flour, I,sJ brla.: Uay, 127
bale.; lloaa, 3aa head; Lard, 64 brlaj Malt, 1.2S&
buahela; Oata, 1,US3 buahaun fork and Bacon, 1 brl.:
hoxea: Hiurar. 143 linda.: heat. fL02l liakl
Whlakv. 4I brla. '
A'rtMirla Barley, .13 bunh.; Butter, 12 packagaa;
'andlee. 30 boxea: Corna37 bnahela: rheaae. aa k.,m-
'ITeo. bain: Flour, a.lau brla.: lrtl. Ivt k.l. '
Molaaaea. 93 brla.; Pork and Bacon. 49 hhia., and 7
tlerrea; Hogar, 97 hhda.: Salt, 237 brla.; Wheat, 344
bualiola: Vi lil.ky, 610 brfa.
The following ia a comparative statement of the
Kxporta taxelnelve of Specie) from Mew York to
Foreign porta for tbe paat week and aince Jan. 1- -
'or the wank tl.aal.AKft I'l nroi
Previously reported 37,310.02 ooll,w.l,3K.t
Since Jan. I .....t3n,M2,970 t52,932,f.r
Wedneaday's New York Tim sayi of Tuatday
Tbe Dlaconnt market outalde of Bank to-dav la
Very ulllot. Tlia firokera have 1mm nrima P.m nn
aale than laat week, through tba ratea are much the
aanie. veuiann i,oana are at 3 per cent., and ratrlr
live ou account of the anaculatlon on the Htock
Kchaliffe, with exception, at 6 pur cent, at Bank or
here a few ilava' notic la atlToilated for. KvnkenM
tor the Boaton mall cloaed rather dull, with only a
moderate buainoaa at laat qaotatione.
The aggregates of laat weok's Boaton Bank atate-
ment are: .. ;
Capital atock .........H7,2;,ano
ijoaua ana uiaoouuia...w.M..M.H H
Specie .H .MM....
Hue from other Banka
Iue to other Banka M
THURSDAY EVENING, August 9.
FLOl'R There la a continued fair demand, anil
the market la atoady at $4 40W4 an finr common to
ki oranu; 94 ,.xno lor extra 10 extra family, and
2-9' 7.'i f,.r faucy. The aulea were luo brla. of UaR
ilia, red wheat, now. at a.', z': Ml tin. Dover Mill..
red wheat, new, $r 2.',; K4ido. Bucklngham'a annerlor
wliltowneat 100 do. u. w. llarahmau a, red
wheat, new, 94 .15; 7.1 do. Dearborn Mllla, red wheat,
now, S4 HO; lull do. (treat Miami Mllla, red wheat.
""-I V "', w. liuwin, flillin, I OU .U..I, OlO, at
Patriot, Indiana, $.1; luo do. Ureenville Mill., red
wheat, new, $4 M; Sun do. Hamilton City Mllla, de-
ii,-i ni it, uaoiiiuiu, f a,,.
an OM-llie demand 1. act ve and the market
buoyant: aalca of SOU brla. at lofclglUi.'to., the latter
rate for wagon.
ItUVIHIONH The market la unlet and Arm. hnt
nothing tranapired. though we underatood there waa
aalea of round lota of bulk Meat, but the particular.
wero kept private. Mean Pork la held at S1-.MV919 2o.
Bacon at 9VAUHC, and bulk Moat at KHiilofjc.
tiltUCE.ttlr.is A lair demand for Hoaar In the r...
ular way, with aalea or Mi hhda. at tra4Mc. Molaa
aea dull at 4344c; 50 brla. aold at 43c. Coffea un-
eyiifc.AT The market nnenMl-wlth a vnnit A.
Ull, W.HU I1IO GIUM I. WM. 11,111, Ulll W 1 1 OOUC
any cnange lu price. We quota prima white at
Si lomil 12 and prime red at vac.ail; aalea of 7Mi
nuan. prime rca at si; 100 do. do. do. irom .tore at
ai in; l.iaiuno. interior red and whit at sit IN) do.
ia ,ii . bi ,.. An -AMn,nn ski,. .. . a,: a.
mixed red and whito at $1 m 2iai do. fair rod at ax.;
soo do. good white at SI K; do. fair red at Si oi.
Thia aale waa conaidered above the market. There
waa a aale of 2,61X1 buah. prima rod at a point la tha
interior at 7c.
t'UKN The market ia unchanged and doll. Wa
quote it at 4tff441c., In bulk, at tu. Imni depot.
UA13 i nerv ia a lair nemana lor prime now ana
Id at 28ft&4c: inferior new are dull at X2d2oc: aala
7011 luiah. old at .tic; .110 do. fair new at 25c.
It t K the ilemaud la fair, and tue market ataady
at 6.'i.fr!r. lor prime, new and old.
rJAliiil-.i ihe market ia dull, aud piicaa are
nominal, at 7oc. for prima new fall: aale 2U0 buah.
HAY Tho market la unchanged and dull: wa
quote prlnio now and old at f ISooia per tuo, In bale
t-HKEHK The demand la a-ond. and tha tnarkat
ttrmt7itc. for W. It.
UU riha-1 lie market la dull and unchanged: wa
quote prime fresh W, 11. at WoAloc., and do. Central
Ohio at ll($12u.; commou la heavy at tktfloc.
New York Market.
V.w Vnn A . , O D If 1 .1
ateady, withyouall aalea at $i IS for Pots, and ii ta
Uotton steady and unchanged: aalaaox l.auu baam
at luH($114)0. for middling Uplands.
Vlour dull and heavy, except ahlpping brands of
extra round'hoopOhio, which are ecaroe, end wanted
lor export at previoua pricea: aaioa ot iu,4ou una. at
5 2IK&.1 25 for supiirflue State; ?.' 2. 4.1 for extra
niau: ao wifoa m lor aupornna weaieru; ao 4ao 40
for common to medium extra Waa torn; 15 405 50
forahipping braudaof extra round-hoop Ohio; in
cluded In aalea are S.5U0 brla. ahlpping branda of
extra round.hoop Ohio for export at A 40QS 50.
flaoadlan Flour tirm. with a modnretn demand: aalea
of 600 brla. at g.1 20 for superfine, aud S3 3o5 50 for
common to cholco extra. Rye Flour ateady: small
aaloa at S3 50(ai4 20 lor common to choice superflua.
Corn-meal quiet and unchanged.
wuisay in lair Montana ana nrmer: sales or 000
brla. at 2loj21iC.
Wheat heavy aud rather easier. The scarcity of
freight room atill materially checks tha export da-
munu; saioa ,zuu uuaueis now winter reel w astern at
SI 22(?,l 2.1; 5,'aiO do. new red North Carolina at SI 3u
fa, 1 33; in,!) ao. amoer lllluota at si ; 1,500 do. old
ainbor Indiana at SI 2a; 6,000 do. R&clne aprlng at.
Si iv; o,iki uo. otiiwauaie 1.1UD at pi ai, i.iajuao. rea
tate at Si 121.01 15; 19,0011 do. ucw white Western at
al 32aul 34. Hve uuiet at 80c. L'oin aulet but 1
wltha goial demand for the Honth: aalea 106.000 bull
ela at 62(a)63c. fur eound mixed Weetern, chlecf
at inside price. Oata iu moderate demand at 36u
Sec. for w eatern and Canadian, and 3ac. for HUtt.
Pork dull: aalea 1,465 bris. at Sin 06H for new mess:
810 45 for old do.; $14 for new prime; SIS 15 for old
do., including 1,000 brls. new mess, laat evening, at ' -S1K.
Beef quiet and unchanged: aalea 260 brla. at 4 .
4 25 for country prime: St 75(u)5 50 for country saeaa;
SnIuIO 50 for repacked meat; Sil&Six for extra do.
Prime Mesa Beet nominal. Beef Hams qulett small
aalea at lowUlc. for State; llulJc. for W eatern. Cut
Meats acarco aud tirm: aaloa 25 pkga. at 9r. for Shoul
dera, and lie. toaHama. Lard dull and heavy: sales "
ton brla. at imiil:lc. Butter unchanged: Uxaioc. '
lor Ohio, and 12ic20c. for State. Cheeae ataady at
a VOLo V. lor Inferior to prime.
Coflee quiet at yesterday's pricea: AOO bags Bio sold
on private terms; 350 bags Savaiuilta at 150. Uo.
lasses ateady: aules 110 hhds. ltal-nadoas at 35c., and
20 hhda. Cuba Muscovado at S627c. Sugar Inac
tive: aalea 500 hhda. Cuba at 64tc, and 30 hhda. Put to ,'
Kicoat 710. HliK:k eatimatod at nv,5tio hhda.; Sugar
6,300 hhds.; Melado, ,6iO boxue and IW.aal bags. . .
Philaprlphia, Augnst 9. Breadstuffs gen
erally closed tirm. Flour aells at $5 62 fur auporfiae.
Wheat tirm: aulea of 6,,v) bushels rod at Si "M?1 3J,
and white at Si 50411 55. Corn firm aod uuehauged.
sales of 6,000 bushels. Whisky firm, Ohio sailing at
The Ohio opposite this port began to de
cline again early yesterday morni'n, and was still
receding laat eveulog, having fallen during the
twenty -four houra then ending about nine or ten
Inches, leaving a channel-depth between her ul .
I.onisvllle of over eight aud a half fast. At Pittsburg .
the river was raoeding yesterday with five and a half
fuet there at noon. . '
Yesterday oonttuned hot, but aa a breeaa was atlr
rtnK, it was quit boaratde, eouiparad to soma of It
intensely torrid predeeeHaora, aud la the evejiliig ,.
rosplratton waa eutirely poaaible aoinethiug to . ,
which we have not beeu aocuetoined of late. '
Bualnuas, though dull again yesterday at tha
I.audiug, waa very fair for tho season, aud there waa ,
more animation there than la usual during the
mouth of Auguat. frelghta were tnoderataly of-
Hica H tun pruviuua ngurva. ... .... L ..
Veatarday's Louisville OoaWar obaorvea: " .- ';
The river waa rialng slowly yaatarday, with four
feet two luchiHi water iu the Canal in the evaulug by
the mark. During the previous twonty-four buura
the river had risen two iuuhas at the head of tha -Falls.
Tha woatber continues oppreaalveiy warm .
aud close, the thermometer rangiug aa high aa vou
in tbes hade.
Capt. Archer was In the city yesterday, and con-'
11 nue our report that he had chartered th Mai iner
f-H- the Memphia trade. In place of tha Botitharuer.
She ia being thoroughly paiutod and rehtual, aod :
will ba ready to start to Moiupuls Monday evening. -,
- Wednesday's Memphis papara Inform aai: . . -...1
Tbe river opposite this point aoutinnea to recede
slowly and the bars on tha other side arv oomiug up. . -lleuce
to Cairo It Is lolling. -
The weather yeaterday waa IntrnMly hot and bus. , '
Ineaa very dull, that being but lea) arrival aod d. ..
I'he otnoera of tbe Quarrler report a rise of eigktaea ' '
inches In Whit Hlver al Auaiaita, Thai etreaut. - I
however, Is again receding aud baa gone down about
four iuchea. The St. Fianclaaud Arkauaas araalao
falling;.,. - -. . , .. , ... . . -. (.
W see hp tha New Orleans papers tnat the Ooldaa 1
Age and R. W. Powell are to com puss a semi -weekly "
Una to Fort aeeaua. tha R. W. FowaU to leave ciev;T
Orleana every Tuesday and aha Croldaxt Age oa Sat. ' I
urday, aa haretofura, durlug tha entire year Oep- t
taiua Welbliug aud Uaao ooamtaataaora. ' f';
' Aeaama -Boparlor. LnultVllle; Priorssa, Madlsouf '
B-aloiia, Jiu. S, Portamouthi. Kcoaumj, Mt. latulai '
PiiuWil h.Kei lile; Clara Poe, Do. k.
-ro,irami. Superior, ' Loniallie; Prioress, If adt- .
eon-, Uu. l,,iiu, No. 2, Portsmouth, liunleith, AievUiet
Fanny Mi llurule, Marietta; Lady Vraukliu. Mam
phis; lieblgh, bit. Lout.