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"tiORT," "FOnHD, BOABDiHO." Ao,-Ad-wftlsemenvl
coming lader lives headings. Ml ex.
Pling In Mbm, will be Inserted twin for 95 cents
Call al f8 Water-st.
XlTANTEh-CDrTAOIC-At tlO per month, or
'I Sr.t rate room. atthe.ee prlee. Adlra
II. t. 0., this onjc.
At the frmtbrTtte Houm, fll of
t W (.harlwa Hmiin. iMirtrft.lt ntt1
ton. Ohio, mount of board bill Wt Qtipald, iil6b
inwr, mit 9i vat
WANTED-8 AlIHMA N A flnt-clui dry
goMi MlMunn, od who eta apeak tirmn.
1U at 4t9 U.tn-t.. cor. Ab.ff.1.. ul9b
WANTKD-A few food HMD. who would U
mm tofrTel, to tnkt an fnterwtt to wty
vrnflUbldi bninn. A mull capital mcintred, lm
julr. at tb Urin tor, 74 Kaal front-ft.
VAN ,,,i:D"8IJt ood ,ri food aftuallona
w in eity and oonntry : aluo. two irood Oerinan
irli and nr.. good fomale ouok. Thin In th plaoa
.r""I'w o"'Pt i" on 17 ancD win m raconi'
mviiuaa a my omot, 3U7 Kim aoa nintb-tt.
in And Ml
TANTIr:i-Br a man of atrietlr tarn pa rate and
t IndiutrtoM habit. Deployment of anr hind,
cppt ananaal labor. Wafa mo object aar 4 par
wh. without board., AddxeM J. L., Dally Traai
Dfflco. aul d
WANTRD-A (rood female COOK, Applyatlha
VKRT-M AKKRA at 10 1
t Be tt it real
IS one but rood ban da need apply.
VEST-BAflTFRS and rlrli to learn
Inquire at 46 Walnat-itrMt.
Ten VKHT-BAHTKRM, Nona hnl
Irk-., bitwwu Third and yourtii-eta. aulft-b
V ANTED-IUONBR-At the 8rncer Hotum, a
T good Iruutr, who can coma well rooommauded
WANTKO-Fonr more CARUJCNTRKS. In
quire ut the Ohnrcb of All Halnta, Kast Third
atreot, near Kront,or at U. P. OTT'Scarpenter-ihr.p,
Walnut Hills. aulft-b
VAXTED-A Y0UNO MAN to eland In the
markut and aell a new article fur family uee.
io a pinion that nuitn. a good Mlnry will be given.
Addrens A. W. MuBKlDK, FoatoA.ee. anlA-b
WANTKD- FIFTEEN CENTS The largeal
gallery In Cincinnati is API'LKCJATB 8, cor
tiur of Fifth aud Main. Hinall Picture, In oao, for
llltoen conta. Boauttfttlly colored Picture, In fancy
raws, at one -third others charge. nalfr-b
WANT EO-A smalt HOU8E or two or three
rooou, in the weatern part of the city. Apply
to J. B.t outh-wet corner of Third and John-U,
frANTKDVEST-B ASTERS Five or elx vet-
baatora and 1 bntton-hole maker. None but
competent band netnl apply at 147 West Conrt
troet, bet. Linn and Bay miller. aulfr-b
WAN TED-A MAN. of steady habits, to loin
nirt In a retiniAl.hlA hnalridMa alrMilv aiUh.
Khvd. From to Sin 000 can be mndo Anntinlly:
imiimi iiBTti f.HW caaii. ut
Call on JEROME, 347 M'wt
-Two 01RL8 toco to Avondale. ti
i from the city. One must beagood cook,
tTitf otuer a good WHshor aod Ironer none other
n.f.l anoly. Call at HO West Hlxth-st , second floor.
lloomNo. 6. laul-vbj JOHN WAQ00NKR.
WANTED FIFTEEN CENTS Picture tAken
by the Mammoth Camera, APPLEOATK 8
new Gallery, corner of Flth and Main. Large Min
iatures, In oasoH, for twenty-live centa better than
uthora charge fifty conta lor. aulft-b
V"ATK,-len aeeklng iltuatlon as clerka.
aalesinen, book-keepers, bar-keepers, porters,
reopen, mechanics, laborern. and others, should aj
uv at the Uerchanta Clerka Resist rr Office. K
Krern.ana omers, snouta ap
Clerk Registry Office, No,
t i8 Walnut-street. I au!5-bl HALB A CO.
"mlf ANTEh- HOC8E A married
without a famllv. wants a houso with seven or
eight rooms In It, pas, Ac. Satisfactory references
given. Aaumss iock-oox 7nw anio-D
WANTBD-A young MAN decinnis of learn in
t book-keenlnir. who nndainitii.nns Hai-man. and
t will Inn to makuhimaeif Eenerally naefull Address.
-wuu re 10 run oca, iuch-ikx Oils. auio-o
WANTED To borrow vitA0O for one year,
ong'iod city property worth lour time tha
amount. Add roes A. 0., this office. aui4-b
WANT ED-SITUATION In a grocery store,
by a yonng man acquainted with the bnsl-
nns. Good nrerenoea given.
Aaurosa ji. u., tnis
WANTED FIFTEEN CENTS-SupeHor Group
Plcturus takun at APPLROATE S Mammoth
Oallery, onrnor of Filth aud Main. Small Pictures,
lu casus, for fifteen cents: Larger one for twenty-fir
cent, no extra cuarge tor ooiortng. ams-n
Wanted a partner with liw or 9200
in cash, to encage In a genteel bnstues that
puyt nou per cent, protlt. To any one wishing to en
gutfo ina safe and profitable business this isarar
chtfnco. For particular ad dress Post-office Box
mr ANTED TO EXCHANOEA four story
T)ricka5 07lW feet, suitable for a mannfao
tory, and a vacant lot same site, adjoining, a twelve
rara' lease in this city: also, 1t2 acres of prairie and
timber land In Winnebago (ounty. Iowa, for any
kind of merchandise to take West, dry-goods, boots
aud shoes, ejueensware, hardware, clothing, furni
ture, bucKT. native wine. Ac Also, a, few business
men as agent to travel tn Ohio, to sell an article
everybody wants; can make $5 or t per day; only a
few dollar1 capital requirod. Apply at fe7 East Third-
XwT"TBDKAN-A steady unmarried man to
take car of a pale of horse, and make him
elf genurally useful; three mile in the country. In
quire this evening at 304 West Fourth-street, be
tween seven ana eigni o cwck. auu-u
WANTED A 8 A WT E R To treat on share a
sit 'am circular saw-mill. Also, a miller to
rent on shares a hour and oorn mill out In tha coun
try. The mills are nearly new aud In good order, and
a rare chuuoe to make money. Noue but with the
ba of reference net-d apply. For lurther tutor ma
tion oall on H. P. OttTifKN, at Moaeley A Oo.'s Iron
Bridfe fatory, Thud-street, below stone, Cincin
WANTE1-T0 RENT A small cottage with
three or four rooms, or the second story with
a suite of rooms. In the south weatern next of the
city, by a prompt paying, tenant; rent In advance If
rquirea. Aaaress umvac, e. noaeiey unage
Factory, Third-street, below Stone. anlo-c
W STT AM Rn-ROrMH-ThnM roomi In tha want
T rn purt of the otty, u the second floor, with
modern Improvements, by a family of three persons.
Firut'Olasa reference given, and rent paid thro
mouth lit advance it required. Address "UHlitJ.
i eb," at wis vmoa, stating term tua locauon.
VANTEp-Praons wishing to make from two
T to Ova dollars par dy wtll dou by atldress
lug, with tweuty-Ava osuta In Atajnps, Box l'JS
tvovingu)o, ay. auia-c
WANT ED-A SITDAT10N-By amiddl.
Ww widow ladv aa houaakeeDor. Would ih
uld be will
in to extend to a cow. ADolrtoMra. SARAH
BANKS, corner of Court and Broadway, Shields'
WAN'PED-Twu or three unfurnished large
rooms, in the second story of a house In the
central part of the city, by two young gentlemen,
. Auures sua
, P. 0.
VANTKD-tVJCBY QNE-Whether la or out
If ol biuluaw! to MDd lor our circular.
It I, of
tnti.t L all. auu ouata you oathius.
BUBBINB W., Cincinnati. Ohio.
tfANTKI)-AOKMTiTo .ell Uaniualau Mod-
WW ala. . The llkeueasea of tha candidate! for
Vraildout ar. oorrert. Tha prlo. of tlie Bladala la
S! nar huilr.d. Au.tita ar. now aelllna I'rom out
uuiidrud to two huudretl par day. A apeclmen of
eiiuor Meaal win De Bent, ny mail, upon receipt o:
tha retail artee. nrtoen ceou. Addraa. JUH1
KTANTUN, Btauipaud Brand Cutter, 13B Vllth-et.
C'lucliinatl, Ohio. aub-auu
10,000 Ilaurd-ahell Damocrata,
10,000 Iouil Democrats,
10,000 Blavolc XCepablioana, .
10.000 Ball and Everett Men.
Let every nan who wante to elect hla candldat.
fur treeldeut take hold aud euaage In tha aale of th.
tulloalug ow Dooaa auq vuart. tu.:
Tha Amorican Nation' C audi dates.
Io One Boua.MwyW.MMf..y..il..lyt..6 Oenta.
Tb American Nation' i Folitical Chart
Tha American Nation's Toxt-Book.
AGENTS can make from IS to f 10 per day If active
and eealoue to elect a Freaideut. A aainple oopy
Mill be mailed o receipt of retail pile. JTor aaniple
oopi- or a. a M vlso1i
At the Qneen City PnblUhlnj Booae, No. 141 Main
treet, Cluclunall, Ohio. Apply early, ai there la ni
llm. tn h. I.iat. A PrHNld.Itt DiUMt OB fileCted.
rum I0O to 1,0110 oopiet can be aold In every self h-
' 80.000 MKNI
. . 00,000 MENI
Who deilrato "make money" aelllnf THR HB8T
ianipalau artioiea pvar puouaneu or manuiaciuieu!
The Prealdential -Campaign
,. Chart and Map of he United
Htataa. ' ' (.,
WITH HiNB OOI1OB8. , .
rtc..: ...-...-..... ..J oeata.
: National UepublioaA Cbart
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National Uemoeratio Chart.
rym Amrioan Nation' Political
. ni l .i. i v CJnart.
Ajnarioaa Kation'a Canclidataa.
ALL 1 PVy-.
rrlca . . - -- ,-- r'""'1
a rioaa Nation's U'Mt-boo-u
National Caunpaiaf Jtlanobooka.
"'rMwdaia, w Chartmn, ., ,
K..nilfnl BtelelnoTyue of iMauoiuatoa n.r
nil Vloa-ri''it--ae"ral varietltS 111
no to ii, f e.iy If
is t ft.' f!
f or partM:ian
nf' """'al any 5.. iTa UNITZ
rArANTED-Immedletalr. rxl toroll Baw
f f y, to to to Lawrencehnra;. Ind. None bnt
pniwiiniiinMi apply at J7 vino-st. auio-p-V"NT
BD-A" nOtIK-Wlth from four to ill
V mama, within art.. xln.9 walk Avmm Ika
PoetncTlC. Rant ant tn X Mi(L4-j tsrv
seftreuoee given. Address A. 0., Box 193, PTO.
WANTED A SITUATION-At tochT lit
hthBchool or atrttdemr. or u tntor In nrf.
Tt fcmflr, Jifora.oa ft Ten. Addre A.. Sprlnf .
Held, Ohio. MUM
VANTF.D To mtnvhocM leod $400, good
v v Mruriir ino n imiftiioD mt. m wBian
alarr of tM) per
paid: Apply at
montft will m ffivon mua iimnM i
Koora no. mcana floor, Jnetropol
ft. corner i-Jiutn mun vrninm,
WANTED-A TOONO MAN On of food ad
dremi and tmntremanllka mtnnrtx. 1a Un
th. Ambrotypt liiiBtnMa. Mitit W willing; to traral.
Bnlary. whlla Inarplna. only ufflc.fti.t to par -
Aapiy at .uuiisun a Uallarj. ninth
CrANTED-Immsdlatoly, at 49 Waat Ninth-
m. ivur uuun iwiuw uarri.( niri ironi
fotirtefin to nUtnn rnara old. to tak earn of a child
aod help mtMrallr at hottaawork. Apply aftr
cm id ua Tninj
WANTBD ImnadlaUlr, aoothar cood pat-
? Urn.inabnr at A. R. HO LA HI RD A CO 'ft
Machlna-thop, 30ft Weat f root-at, aaia-b
1VANTKD - Immadlatalr.
a young ladrone
f f aranaintMl with tha hnalnMU-
to ettana. In a
daiiarr-Ua RftHrr. Apply at Ai'l'LIUATK H. N.
tt . oomar m mo ana main, auia-ir
WANTED-Fifteen laboring nan and aereral
w w waufl BIOU iui tl IUU IllWUVUt , Ullt JOUUBT
nan, who can furnlib M, to take and Intenwt In a
pay Id c bnelnaaa ; also, ova lrU for homework, one
aa cook, one aa chambermaid. In a private family
aluat com wall raooaunandeU, Apply at 380 Con-tral-ar.
WANTED FirTEKN CENTS P let area by
tha mammoth ramm takn mt APPLE.
GATE'S. Fifth and Main. Beautiful colored Pic
turn, In fancy eaaee, at one-third the prloe other
charge. Meat Ulnlaturea, In caaea, for flfteen centa.
TaT"ANTRD FIFTKRN CKNTfl-Naat PfMurM.
In caaea, for fifteen centa. taken at APl'LK-
Mammoth Gallery, oor. of Fifth and Main,
Where mar be aeen tha laraeat aaaortmant of funrv
t of renc
in uia rtea., ai reauc- a price.
WANTED A B0RR0WKB For flt0UO and
T 2,000 for thrre year.
Alao. wanted, a few tlmiuand i1nllre nt RiMlnaB
Paper, Apply to W. H. PHILLIPS.
tteai Aatate, note and Din Broker,
anle-aw 83 West Third-it.
fTANTED-FIFTY CRNTB-Halr. aye, com-
v pixiuu, wiiii nu inoir natarai tiuw, era oare
fnlly colored by JOHNSON'S new prooea. at hi
Gallery i Ninth and Main. Greater care than ever
taken to prod no good remlta. 6aail Picture ten
and twenty -11 te centa.
WANTED-FIFTT CKNTS-Wlth hla whole
eoul hanaina noon her wortle. and ...rnln.
for her eympathy, he preeented hie likeneae, beauti
fully colored by JOHNSON '8 new prooeea at the Oal-
lery, Ninth and Main,
FOR SALE A trunk and contents, belonging
to Barah Welsh, to pay charge. Apply at A$
POR HALK -HEWING MACHINE In good
condition. Will nerform aa well as anr ma
chine In the city. Wilt be aold reasonably. Apply
s. w. oor. intra ana vooa. aaio-D
CrM)R 8AIiB City Property, Country Seats,
K If arms and Wild Lands. '
W. H. PHILLIPtr
16-aw 83 West Thlrd-st.
fjIQR SAjLE SALOON Fixture, stock and
JL? lease of one of the best saloons In the city ;
splendidly fitted up; large daily receipts. Can be
to leave the city. Apply to 11 ALE A CO., No. -lH
POR SAIaB-OH RENT-A small piece ot Land
2 miles trom the cltv: nlentv of fruit and shrub.
bery. Cell at No. 88 Longworth-st.. bet. Elm and
WJIOR SALK-COTTAUESIu Covington, four
Jav frame cottace. 3 rooms each. Lots 2AX100 feet.
Also, 8 aoslraoly-lorated brick residences. Also,
vacant lota on liberal terms. Apply to 8. W. WIN.
8T0N, 8cott-st., opposite the Northern Bank, Cor-
ingiun, ivy. auio-ir-
OR SALE Or Trade for (.rocerlce. Dry Goods,
an i " cz
iiuu, tnt-. v
lowest flash nrleea.
Bus tries and flnrlnff-waarons. at the
m, b, (.KoliCE P1TT8, west end of
Thlrd-st., Covington, Ky.
ITtOR 84LE-0R EXCIIANOK-A lease fur 12
. years of property on Klm-street, bringing lit
MfOOO per annum, subject to H'JM ground rent. Also,
Ini acrea of nralrte aud tiuibHr la.i:d In Winnebaao
County, Iowa, for any good trade. Apply toUALE
a iu., n Binm-s.reeK.
M7M)R HALE-A three story Brick Ilonm with
J lut on Hariifon-street, uewly repaired and title
teot, terms, a.uuu oue-xuira aown, oeiance
one and two years, or much lower for cash. Ni
renting for 1300 per annum. B. BOFINUKB, No.
1141 Mnth-rt., east or Ceo tral-a venue. aul-c
COR HALE-Sotho BENCHES, eight feet long,
m.- su tanieioran miant arnooi. addi
Apply soon at No
183 1'nplar-st., as they will be sold low
J70R 8A1.E A FABM-Of sixty acre,
ImDroTementa. in Pulaski Countv. Ind. Will
be given lnuxcbange f balance cath) for acomforta
ble little dwelllnar of six or seven rooms in the west
ern part of the city. Imiulre at 31 Vlne-st.abe
.ween s roni ana ;oiumuie. ans-i'
A large and beautiful lot on
av Mt. Auburn, on a long time.
Aaaxess si. l,
at the Press office.
POR HALE-30.O00 acres of Ball road Laud,
situated on the i)ubuuue and Pacific Kail road,
owa ioraaia cneaa. a 10. juanmt anu i own rroD.
ertr on the II 11 null Oeutral. Clinton. Dewltt Co..
iu., to excaanire tor property in or aoout tne oity ox
Cincinnati. Titles good, ana every thlug warranted
DYE, 43 East Vourth-st.
AfP1 SUUU W A lUi
E7HFR 8Al,E Bteara Engine and Boiler, now in
? use at Nos. 99 aud 101 Walnut-street, where
they can be seen at anytime. Engine Cylinder,
inonce atameter, atroK a feet, governor ana Judson
reive attached, and cast-iron bed.. Boiler Length,
uiBhiuoiror, aw wviutm.
IDTia-H nABBIDUr. SE Tt lljOUn.
CH)R 8ALB-A Retail Stock of Groceries, No-
BL tlons ana Variutv Uaoam. with tlia iroid.wlll of
weU-eet&bUshed buslneea. and five veara' leaaa a
the store. The eronrletor bains- tvimnellad tii nnlt
busiuess will offer the same on very favorable terms.
For further information, apply at the corner of Third
aud wi-oftnup-et , Covington. Ky. A small Farm,
twenty or iwenty-nve nine in tn country, win oe
taken aa part payment. Tne goods are free from all
nicunuirance. rmi4-aw o. B. bust.
fTVOR RENT To one or two gentlemen, a tar
JC uished sleeDtusroom. altuated on the north-
weat corner of Hixth and Broadway. Bent low. Ap
ply soon to JAS. TWOIilG, on the iiromlses. aul6-b
POR RENT-Beautlfully furnished apartments
for younar nentlemen. with or without board.
In a private fkmily. five minutes walk from the
Post.) ftl oe. Addres Lock Boa No. 491, Cincinnati
and San furn
K00M8 fitted ue with fas-stoves.
and aas furnished for c kias and litfbts. Very
desirable for a gentle man and hi wile.
uaa at V7
pOR RENT A pleasant Front Boom, on th
m.' seconu noor. wen lurnisnea ana Kent in oraer.
suueu'e iot geniiemeu e sieepipgroom. Appty
tat ueorge-si., tetweeu ieutrai-v. aua iouu.
rnOR HE NT The desirable STORE, No.
Livni ino ueairauie oiunn, iu. iiq
Hixth -ttraet. onnosite the United Stales
av- west m
liotei, will be rented low to a aood tenant. Also,
several pleasant I looms la the building adjoining,
tillable fr rHsr-Hctublc families. JOHN WAG
GONER, 00 West SUth-st., Boom No. tf. aul-b
JOR If ENT Two furnished rooms, one on the
Mr first floor, with gas, pleasautly situated, within
UW uiiuuum waia oi tun poe.oiiic, appij mt j". tti
north aide of beveutlt-atrvet, third door east of Maiu,
pBRiONAL-Information wanted of JOHN
J. ci'lbljliAlx., oi iipDHrary. ireiana. Any
wordconcerniug him, left at PATRICK NOLAN'8,
N. B. corner of Fotuth aud Wood, will bo thank
fully received. . amp-u
TkRRMONAI.-(iKn. JllNKH. our Newuort ear.
M. riar. haM reeelvod and has Cor sale a new book,
containing an impartial history of the Uvea, public
acta and political views of the candidates, with their
portraits, platforms, etc , bound in paper. Price, 2o
vauiaie ai ou uoairv iv uv iuhmiu, vuj wpr,
PER80NAIi Persons ueodlng male or female
help can be supplied with reliable help by ap
plying at 380 Central-avenue. Also, pood tene
ments, such a rocms aud house, can be bad by ap-
PIY IUg aa BU'ITU. iiaa-aBW
A IJOTION RAIjB BY (XIOPKB 8TOKK8.
J. Furniture, rlano and Bewing-omohine at ano.
tlon.-Will Im (old on THUKifllAY MOBNING
Aiunut le. at half.uut eliiht o'clock, at our Auction
Room, No. 14 i.ttet Fourth-atreei, a large lot of
new aod aeooitd-hand ruruiture, among which are
oak and walnut sideboards, book-case, bureaus,
bedstwula, oeuter-taulee, .xtenaioa dlnuig-tables,
AT.HtV-On. .ood Rtoddart Piano and Htool.
A LHO Cue WhMlor A Wlliou Howlng-machlDa,
In good order. uuuhku AhTUKUH, Auc re.,
aulfl Wo. ji L.Ht Fourtb-etreet,
AJTRAVKU From Industry, on Monday n'.ght,
Aua-ust U, a Sorrel Hor-e. with express narueas
on : bald faoe aud oue hind loot while. The fludor
will ha liberally ruward.d bv leaving word with
MICHAEL 11 It AN T, luduatry, or at the Fonrth
Ward Foed-atore. aorger of Water and Klut-ste,
STRAYED nUUHB On Monday laet. Bear In
dtutrv. a tpr.1 hnm. with svttrilie on. Auv lu.
formaUoB oonoerulug It will he thauhlully raclveti.
TDvOUNDA pair of, liver 8eecU.ilee.oa the oo.
M.' aer or rouriu and s
can have hr calliua at t
M.in-sts., which th. owuer
U.ily FreM Unci aui
paying ior this s. f. rOwTiiiit. e'.tte-b
V VVil. WILSON McGiilCW, i
Soi'th-VY Carntr Main umi t ourUi-nt.,
" """" CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1
aar Oeuoaa aa W.l.aea regain by acferteaeea
BOAH DIMG-On. plnaent room for one or tie
feutiemen, at 161 Hunt., abore Fourth.
BOA RDINO Ancommixlatlone for a gentlemen
andalfnaml t.n alntfln Hntimun Pluuknt
room and but f.w board.ra. Apply at WftorKu
et., between Smith aud John, north aide, aulfr-c
nOARDINO A gentleman and ladr or ilnole
aentlemen oan he arooinmodat with a nlr.
iront rot m aaq ooam at Aaet rtfth-et.
nOABI)IMl-WANTSD-A la.fy and ."ntre"
mm man to board with a private bmlly; Una front
room; oeet of aocommodatloDe; large garden, with
plenty of air. Cars paee the houee e-revy fire rain,
utea. Addr.ee X. T. Z lock bor MS, P. O. auli-b
BOAH DING Newly fitted up room, with
board for a f.mllv .nri .ln.1. ..nllttm.n.
Term, moderate. Apply at HI) EaatTirih-street.
laul4-d ' ....
(OAR DING Hummer-boaiders can be eccrm-
Uwl .1 th. P.nn.vl.anl. IT. ...I rinlnmKi.
with elngle or double rooms, well ventilated ; new
irnKnre ; neaiiny ana pi.anant I'etion, on the
itttle Miami Halhoad; threo traine eton dally ; Ave
nee of coeobee. Charaaa veer reaeooabla. P.fmn
tgeeollelted. Jyle-bw- .
1 J I
nam noo a ..-n.. r . .
A old. etraTed from th. owu.r on the uth In.t
Had long tail ; eare trimmed. A liberal reward will
be paid upon Die delivery at JO Poerl'at. aiil-b
OHT On the morning of the 13th Instant, a
d leather Collection Book, ooutalnlng a number
papers, etc, of no value whatever to any person
t the undersigned. Ihe finder will confer a great
ror bv ret ur ulna to H. H. '1 ATEM. A OH anrtfaiiu
ifth-st., adiolulng C , H. and U. B. B. lepot.
OHT A liver colored Hpaulel Dog, three moot hi
I old : email white .not on tbo lirnaat ! lonir.
corly hair, ehaved over the eye. A llleral reward
will De paid lor nil delivery at ritth-et.
OHT BOO-A red and white irerhound. W ho
I ever Will brine him to :t'JO Wi.ntMrn.rnw will
be liberally rewanled by PAUL ALBKHT. anl.1-b
IIHT-Olt RTOLFV fin H.tnrd.v. Ano-nat A. .
ALJ blark-and-tan Terrier Puo. between five and
eiz monthe old ; two email ecare on left side. Five
dollar reward wtll he given for the return of the
up to di otoneat., between rmn ana statu, or to
THIS DAY, AU0U8T Id.
fitTEAIUBR FANNIE llcBVRME-n KG-
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10 T. McBURNIK, Agent.
THE DAILY PRESS.
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LETTERS DETAINED FOR WANT OF POSTAGE.
Wednesday, August 16: . , . .
General Paul Anderson. White Hulnhnr Hnrinm.
Ker. Meee, Columbus, Ohio.
Mine Arniantine 8trange, Ft. Ancient, Ohio.
Mi.s Alice 8. T. Hnuforil. Deerlleld, Ind.
Mre. Benedict Htarr. llcUofontainu. Ohio.
Madam Barber, Carthage, Ohio.
Dbxia Wbbbtir at thi Melodrok. Delia
A. Webster will continue the narrative of
bey WTODirs this evenina at the ilelodeon
We hare no doubt it will be quite interest
ing, and advise all who have any doubt of
tne capacity ot tne lemaie nean to oe patient
under the Infliction of wrong? and iniuatico
to near tne story ot ner 1110. . , .
Thi Trot To-day. A trottinn match will
take place to-day over the Cincinnati Trot
ting Park, between L. W. Watt's b. g. "Dash-
all," S. Dodges b. mf "Topsey " and G. W.
Bidwell's b. g. "Ned Forrest;" mile heats,
best three in live to harness for . a purse and
stakes of (ISO. The nags are evenly matched,
and considerable sport is anticipated. Cars
leave tlie Cincinnati. Hamilton ana Dayton
Railroad Depot at 2:30 and 3:50 direct for the
track, itace to come off at tour o clock.
Siiootinu Affray in Tim Fourth Ward.
William EnglehoS', Teuton, and Jesse Beck.
lev. a copper-colored individual, quarreled
during the early pari of Tuesday evening,
and subsequently met at a coffee-Louse, cor
ner ot rearl ana Kace-etreet, where tne
quarrel was renewed. Finally, Englehoff
puueu a pistol irotu uis pocket, ana nrea
three snots at isecKley one ot wmcn, BecK
ley asserts, passed through bis hat. Engle
hoff says he only shot ut Beckley to frighten
him, and didn't wish to sboot him. Enirle-
hoffwag arrested, and will have au examina
tion before Judge Lowe next Friday, being
ueia in nonas oi aouo tor nis appearance.
i -i III . i i
Proomdinos or this County Cohhibsionihs.
At their rep-ular diurnal session, vesterdav
morning, tbo County Commissioners passed
an order fortlO. which was Daid to Dr. Carev
for return furnished the Commissioner of
The reoort of the viewers apDointed to ex
amine the condition of Spring Grove-ave
nue, was receivea, ana tne Auuitor was au
thorized and requested to issue the legal certi
ficate to tbeCompany, allowing them to collect
toil on saio avenue. i ne portion or me roaa
which was reported in good condition ex
tends from the lower bridge at Cnmmins-
ville to Ludlow's Ford. No other business of
importance was transacted. . ; , ;
i ii i i ,
Sad Cabi or Sickness and SurrERiNQ,
Distitctioh and Death. Day before Tester
day a man named Christian Daniels wag re
moved from some miserable rooms in which
his family was housed, at No. 454 Main-street,
to the Uommerciol Hospital, wnere ne now
lies in a condition from which it is not likely
he will recover.
Yesterday morning, the landlord, who was
fearful his rent would not be paid if he al
lowed them to remain- louger iu his rooms,
thrust the woman and her children, four in
number, into the street. They were taken
first to the. Ninth-street Station-house, and
subsequently to the Hospital, where the
mother died from exhaustion aDd exposure
within a few hours. ,, .
The family, about three months ago, came
to this city from Columbus, aud have since
lived in the most wretched condition, sur
rounded by filth and almost wholly devoid
of the necessities of life. The sickness of the
father was brought about by intemperance.
and his fate from appearances will probably
oe ueatn rrom aciirium tremens, wuiiiu a tew
days. The children, the eldest eleven, the
youngest four years, are at the Hospital, and
wholly- at the merer of a world which is
more than half inclined to treat orphans as if
they belonged not in it. . , . , , i .. ,4 , , . v
Th Eeoknt Assault upon" a Female.
About a week ago we related the history of
an outrageous a&rault that, had been perpe-
traiea upon a temaie namea haicnuoietnan rjy
a man named Thomas Lloyd, together with
the Gut ta&t a warrant Boa Qeea issued for
his arrest. The womnn-whipper was before
Judge Lowe . yesterday morning and dis-
cnargea. - -.
The testimony of -Lloyd's friends showed
that Mrs. Coleman had stopocd his horse and
torn the clothing of a female who was riding
in a buggy with him, and afterward threw
stones ailer him as long as she was able. We
saw the woman at the time the wawant was
issued for the arrest of Lloyd, and felt satis.
fied that a'le bad been badly abused, whatever
had been vne provocation. t i
Her head was cut as if with a sharp Instru
ment; her limbs, chest and back were severely
bruised; her clothing torn from her body, so
that itjraa with considerable difficulty that
shamdtieeded ih hiding her nakedness; and
her face, i arms aDd clothes soiled in a man
ner that must have been caused by bavin c
been thrown to the ground and dragged
about ha the dust. '
To judge fl ow her personal appearance, we
felt satisfied that she had beeq ossuulted and
badly beaten, and we have no doubt that
while this raot was simply stated, the provo
cation was iwheaned in its strongest light
before the Police Court. .--..
.The previous relationship of the parties was
such as to entitle tne woman Lloyd abased
to bis sympathy at least; and we doubt sot
ner -crime, nwh ug waa -onoerneq, tay
solely in the fact that she hod loved and
chosen bim for the fnther of bor dead' babe.
Tha dacialan of the Police Judire watt doubt
less in accordance With-tittf taw and- the evW
tleuioaf Dot tlu vmtopy.oIhiA ease wilsorra
to show what a miseiulilu lurce 'the proceed
ing M wis uourt u, ana now nvr reinovea
its reexuis are bocb jusuce.
Oitt CorjieoiL pRoooii Last Niomt.
The Council met to the Hall of the School
Board, in the Mechanics' Institute, last
iKht, at tne osnni nour, rretinent t orrence
the Chair. The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
Air i V sixer presented petition rrom
property-holders on Kast Front-street, asking
Council to Intervene to prevent locomotives
from running on the street. Referred to a
select committee, consisting of Mr. Marsh
and others. .
The different bids for the Cleaning of the
streets were submitted by the Board of Im
provements, and ordered to be filed.
me weexiy report oi tne iiiy Auditor
was received and' filed.
The special order being an ordinance
regulating the conditions on which public
sewers may be tapped, for private drains, was
tajten ap.. it was as louuws :
BbcTton t . De it ordaieed fty lAe CUy Council nf iA
City qf Vntnnatit that aur person who shall entor
any nriTat. drain Into, or tan auv nubile Bewnr. with.
a permit In writing from tha Board of Oity lm-
Rroveineiits, snail tort.lt ana pay ine sum 01 do.
.r. on oonvlctlou th.rnof In the Police Oourt. end
each day that any pereoo shall continue tn dieln
into any pnouc sewer, wiiuout permission, snail ta
ooosldered a separate offense.
bee. 2. me Board or i itr improvements snau oe
ithnriuwl to .rant Mrmlt. to nerMn. dnalrln. tj,
tap the public eewere for privet, drains : PrtnidM,
Sbat any poraon obtaining such permit, shall beoome
ound to the City of Cincinnati, with security to the
satisfaction uf said Board, to Indemnity the city
against liability for any tlatnag-, which may be
caused by such private dralne entering the public
sowers, and to close up such tnp whenever required
oy saiu Doaru so so uo, wnnoni expanse 10 ine citv:
ProvuUd also, that any person obtainiug BurmlsHlon
.pelt tier 01 tne sewers eonntrucu-u on v inetrt,
nnt.etrnet. or Hvramore-street. from Paarl. itn.t
toward the Ohio River, shall pay for such privilege,
aeum equal totbrec-nfths of the cost of couHlructlng
such aewer In front of the property benefitted thereby,
toe sum. 10 oe neierniiuea oy tun viiy lyivn engi
neer, and shall annuellv nav aa a rental In addition
therefor, a sum euunl to ton per cent, on the cost of
tne eewenn ironi 01 ine prnpenr 01 sucu applicant;
the said privilege shall be granted under such rules,
as to the construction and uee of eucb private drain,
as the Board may from time to timeeetabllsh.
See. 3. ho person shall drain Into said sewora the
content, of any cons-pool or privy-vault, under pen
uv 01 ..si. iinii-M .ism. nermission u BrtniM nv
the Board of Oily Improvements, who shall charge
tlie privilege tiiua grantea. any sum not ex
tug 1U0 per annum.
After the ordinance was read, the Council
went into Committee of the Whole, Mr,
Noble in the Chair.
Mr. Mock moved to nil the blank In the
first section with $25. .
Mr. Weasner moved to amend by Insertine
1100. Accepted by Mr. Mack, and carried
Mr. Snodiirass said that the cellars In the
lower part of the city might be filled from
tne rise lu tne unio luver, ana wanted the
ordinance to be so framed as to prevent any
liability for damages to private property, on
Ihe nart of the city, and. with this obiect In
view, he moved the following addition to the
twelfth line: The city not to be liable for
tamages ot nigh water backing up the said
sewers, and thereby filling the cellars in that
Mr. Muck contended that the amendment
was unnecessary, as the object contemplated
was secured by the first provision in the
second section of the ordinance.
Mr.Snodgrass thought the original section
Insufficient, and insisted on his amendment.
Mr. Walker contended that the Council
had uo power to pass the ordinance, and he
therefore opposed it.
t ne uommittee tnen rose, wituout taxing
any further action.
Mr. Uoilister was opposed to the ordinance
as imperfect; under it one man might tap the
sewer, anu oy a private arrangement, unun
itll.the cellars for a square above him, and
they would obtain the advantages ot drain,
without pay to tne city.
Air. w eosner opposed toe ordinance in its
present form. , It was imperfect.
Air. noble wanted tne ordinance passed
Immediately. It was necessary.
Mr. Weasner moved to refer the ordinance
back to the committee, in connection with
the City Solicitor.
Hr. Moore opposed tne reference, lie
thought every thing in the ordinance was
clear and plain. If it was necessary to hare
it amended it could be done now. He did
uot waat it postponed.
Mr. Weasner a motion was then nut and
carried, and the ordinance was referred.
Mr. Eggleston asked a suspension of the
rules in order to Introduce aa ordinance to
provide for the appointment of Whisky In
spectors. Carried ayes 20, nays 10. Those
opposed were Democrats, to which party the
present inspectors belong, ano wno noiu over
till their successors were appointed. Mr.
Hannan alone, of all his party, voted in the
affirmative, but as he changed to the uegative
on the motion to engross, the ordinance lies
over another weeK.
The Board of City Improvements reported
that they had advertised for bids for street
railroad route No. 7, as directed by ordinance,
bat none had been received
Mr. Eggleston, who bad been defeated in
hla attempt to Introduce a new ordinance, to
provide for the appointment of Whisky In
spectors, moved to take up an old one, on the
uonA Kubiect. which was Identical with the
new one, except mac it names tne uuy so
licitor as one of the board, while the new one
substitutes the Mayor. Carried.
He then moved to strike out tne city so
licitor, and insert me mayor, uarnea.
' Mr. Ulass moved to sirine out tne uity
Auditor, and insert Charles Rule. Lost by a
- ur. r ODie rained a point ot oruer, wnetner
the ordinance, alter naving Deen emended,
uld be passed tne same nignt, out tne oDjeo
n was overruled by the Chair
Mr. Toohey moved to lay the whole subject
an the table. Lost,
The ordinance, was then passed, ayes 18
nays li a strict party vote. Adjourned
... , .
' Weekly Rkport or tub City Auditor.
The City Auditor last night reported to the
tity Uouncil tne following receipts ano ex
penditures of the city for the week ending
on Saturday last, together with the amount
of money remaining In the Treasury at that
- " t ' - ' BeMfnti.
General fund B29 00
follro Court aud Oity Prison Vuud.....n...n... 67 22
Light Kuu.l........ ... 6.10 Oil
l, Mirkrn Klllid . 60S M
Sinking Fuud. n...v i,i m
Common School uud.....n....-...-. 0t 09
flenernl Fund ,. , M t3,'24 m
I'nlice uourt aud titty frliwu J una..... ll to
WRtnh Fund u ...
Buperinr Court jrvnd,.M.........- ...
Liigrit r una ...
M c Milken fund
Fire Deniirtment Kund.M..H...
Common School fond H
There were remaining In the City Tre&a
ury tne rollowing sums:
(leueral Fund...,.... .....
Watcli f und
Inteixwt t'lind MH
Buiieriur Court Vuud.....
Kile U.-pai linent IfuuJ......
Light F uu A..
M. tlloken Vuiid .
. tt,M3 19
. 31, IMS 711
. 16,71!l 37
rjinaing w nnn..n. .....
Common School Fund (bonds and cash)...
Coluretl Bchool s'und.
House of iti-fuge i uul............... .-...
iiilhniiirr Fund ...........
The Campbell Minstrels Openimo rioht.
The Campbell Minstrels' first entertainment
1.. . . 1 J Hn.i 1
insvercuiuv uive smi viwuif.mg mu,uso bi
Smith k Nixon's; tlie Hall was packed In
everr part, and manv persona were compelled
to stand throughout the performance. We
did not bear enough of the concert to give a
critical bpinlon of Iw merit, but have so
doubt from what we have learned, and from
the. effect produced upon the audience, that
it'wat entirely satisfactory. - -
"Kph" Horn set the salience in aa almost
continual roar by his extravaganza, and
appeared to please even the most sedate of his
bearers amazingly. The Campbells appear
again this evening with a new. programme,
and of course the hall will be again densely
P.iwinii Winn - AwiiA A Reonbllcan
aitiuting was held In the Second Ward last
even: n jr, ana a rtepuDuoan uiuo rormea, wun
ma ionowmg omoers:
Preairte.ntJ. M. Gitchell. ' , .
'- Vioo-Preeidcut Henry Mack, "
. Q . 11 A L.- I I .
touswiArjrrv-s. A, swiw ? V v , i w
- Troaanrfip W.buDham. ' .
Corresponding Becretary L. C Hopkins.
'itpuiit eji oh'hbii iritm iiiuwawtti
rT.'lt. Arnistreuir. ' "B -
Kxecutive Coinuiittee H. P. Hopkins, W
r, Mion, a. a. buwaraa.
Hamas Corpus. The petitioner, Emma
Pross, was prosecuted before the Police) Court
under an ordinance of the city, charged with
harboring ten prostitutes, aud being adjudged
guilty was sentenced to twenty days' impris
onment. It is now claimed on her behalf,
that the ordinance nnder which she was
committed was passer without any authority
given by the Charter. Judge Fllnn pre
sented her case, it was urged on the other
side, by Mr. Kerr, that the City Council had
delegated to them both a general aud an
express power to pass tne ordinance.
The Uourt has not yet disposed oi tne case.
Toraooo Ikspectiom. Suuire J. W. Riley
was appointed, by Judge Hilton, Inspector of
xouweco at tnarie. mramaiin . sou uiucr
public warehouses in Hamilton County, for
the term ot two years.
A license was issued to Charles Bodmann.
authorising tha keeping of a warehouse for
the Inspection of tobacco.
A large number of applicants for citizen-
snip were aamitteq.
Oroaxieation or a Central Wide-Aware
Cuts. A meeting of Republicans was held
the Metropolitan Mall yesterday, and
Central Wide-Awake Club organised. A
constitution and by-laws were adopted, but
their length precludes their publication. ,
t ne following otneers were elected:
President Robert Hedger.
Vice-Presidents L. C. Robb and H. C.
Corresponding Secretary J. M. Gitchell.
Recording Secretary Wm. Penn Nixon,
Assistant Recording Secretary Charles E.
Treasurer Mauriti Jacobl.
Executive Committee Wm. P. Stpms, W.
Henrv Smith. D. W. C. Shocklev. E. Was.
senicn, Thomas S. Royse, Geo. W. Hartwell,
Auditor of Accounts H. A. Edwards. . '
CoromandantGenernl R.Delavan Mussey.
A Committee to aid In the organization
and rally the forces on all occasions requiring
display, was appointed as follows. This
Committee was selected also, previously, by
tne campaign uommittee :
W. Henry Smith. C. O. Andrcss. W. P.
Stems, E. Wassenich, D. W. C. Shocklev,
Brelnhert, Christian Kreiger, P. W. Calli-
nan, John Moorwood, L. C. Bardes, John H
McOord, O. T. Glenn, Geo. W. Hartwell, D.
W. Thrasher, Phil. G. Wetherbee, C. P.
Brent, J. J. Hooker, W. R. Cox, Wm. Moore,
W. 0. Thorpe. James Kincaid, C. 0. Winans,
J. T. Gorbutt, Wm. Kenan, Geo. Peterman.
F. J. Werner, Jno. Kirchner, M. Straub, R.
a., rayne, u. uaxer, ii. narxoreit, j. u.
Woodruff, W. S. Sampson, jr, Henry Shiner,
W. D. Bicken, M. Tempest, W. P. Nixon, G.
W. Harwell, Fred Oorte, W. E. Crane, T. S.
Royse, J. A. Stephens. 0. B. Evans.
Keekmsn, S. 0. Newton, R. D. Mussey, L. B.
Robb, H. A. Edwards, A. P. Copen. Charles
Hiller. Fred. Kmse.
The meeting then adionrned to meet on
Saturday evening, at Metropolitan Hall, cor
ner oi xv intn ana n ainuv-eireets,
Meetino or the Dehooratio Executive
Committee. The Democratic Executive Coi
mittee met yesterday morning, atHannan's
Hall, corner of Sixth and Sycamore, tor the
purpose oi fixing a aay ror me uonnty uon-
vantlAH Th. nuwlin.wu 1 rrra 0 att.n..
and Mr. Taft, of Green Township, occupied
After considerable discussion it was deter
mined to hold the primary meetings on the
3rd of September, in the country from five to
eight o'clock P. H., and in the city from seven
to noli past eignt o ciock i. M.; tne conven
tion to be held on the following day at some
hall in the city to be hereafter designated,
lienors. Eicbenlaub, Hoke and Livingston
were appointed to procure a suitable place
tor that purpose.
The different Wards and Townships will
be entitled to the following dumber of dele
Anderson. N 0
Andenuu, 8 -...... A
Springfield, E 9
Hortuiirjeld. W 7
t ourth W ard.H........
Mlllcreek, B. Cat,-.-.
MUkreek, N. E..T7....... 5
Mlllcreek, Clifton......... ft
Seventh Ward. H
MUlcreek, Lick Run... t
Columbia, S. A
Columbia, W A
nymines. .....- A
Sycamore, V ,
Fatal Result or a Recent Sbootino
ArPRAT. A week or two ano we related the
circumstances of a shooting affray that oc
curred on a steamboat, between a deck-nan
and A passenger. The wounded man, whose
tween blm and Plum-streets, and was
brooeht to this citv shortly after the Bffrav.
and died night before last. Coroner Carey
impaoneiea a lurv vesterdav morniunr. Dut
postponed the Inquest until the latter part of
toe ween, ior me purpose oinnaing wit
nesses ana m axing a potv-aaium examination
For a fine artistio picture
to A. S.
Bloom's new Gallery, No. 14
Trouble in the Papal States—The Irish
Volunteers Worse Than Useless.
A letter in the Colotrne (latettt states that
the Pope has refused to adopt any of the
mau.i. ... U tl. V u tr:-:-n.
and has declared, if these changes are forced
on bim, be will abandon his Stales. The
Papal uovernment is kept in constant alarm
oy tne rapid organisation or an army in
Sicily. Tne tumor that Garibaldi had em.
k -,nA will. . ... rnMA i.l. .1... l.,,An.
tlon of landing on the Italian coast, bos in
creased the alarm of the Roman authorities.
It is feared that Garibaldi may suddenly ap
pear on. the Papal territory, his real purpose
being quite unknown. Lainoriciere u doing
his utmost to bring the Pope's land-force into
a condition that may enable him to attempt
some defensive movement. All the intelli
gence from Rome, given in the German jour
nals, confirms the description of the violent
and disorderly conduct of the Irish military
immigrants. They are still a cause of the
utmost perplexity to the Roman authorities.
For the sake of peace the pay of the recruits
was, a snot time since, raised ten bmoeeiu a
day, ana coaoe ana two meals per diem al
lowed them. But they are discontented, coin-
ulaininor that thev were promised hitrh riav.
that they have been badly treated, and de
ceived In every respect. In Maoerata, Spoleto,
and Civita Castellana tber have conducted
themselves so violently that the Italians re
gard and treat tnem wltn the utmost con
tempt. It is probable the whole Irish contin
gent will be dismissed as worse than useless,
or allowed to return whence they came. An
order from the Papal Government of the 17th
Instant, permits nil the Irish recruits who
wish to quit the Pope's service to do so. La
moriciere has near Spoleto a corps of 10,000
men, Italians and foreigners; it is being rap
idly reduced In number of desertions, and the
foreign recruits can be as little relied on as
the natives, who, it is added, desert by scores
togetner. - - -
The Empress Euoenib A Matoh-maker.-
The Emm-ess. who is verr fond of matoh-
maklnu. has been lonir intrimiinir to brina-
about an alllanoe between Mademoiselle
Arauea, daughter of an enormously rich
Mexican, resilient in- Paris, and aosse one of
tne needy crowa at tne raiaoe. ' as yet, tue
amiaoie designs or iter Majesty nave not
oeeu orowued with sm-eess. , ; 'vj
Rain at Last in Texas. The Houston
(Texas) TtUgraph says that If the rain which
fell there on the Tib had ralUa in May, it
would have been worth nUllons to the term
ers of that Stat. As it is. it has moistened
the earth, and will doubtless be of vast benefit
to tue atock ranges, if qui to the cotton nalda.
' An Extenrivr Bobhiium Manopactort.
The ZanesviUe (CO Oouritr give an aeoount
of an extensive establishment in that eity
devotee t. me tnanu nature oi muis, evapor
ators, eV.;-fo tita workuur no of gtaraitaat.
They auiploy forty hands, end at a doing aa
Monetary and Commercial.
Financial AiTain during tadinf
last Tenlng vera nor active than inriag te waek
praTlona, and Hooey wee la better demand. Cay.
narr decreased generally, thong h eotne home
report th srapply unchanged . Very little eaae Into
the city, and th nail freea th eoaatry Baoka erara
large. Tha ottetinga at tha Plaaoaat-hau were
Terr ntir for tha aeaaoa, thong h aet preeelnf, aad
eotne of the Banker had leal Paper areeentod than
they desired to do.
Bate of Interest werewaiO fcr flrt.rlaee name.
and U'ai5 for eemnd-clate; Call Loan being made
at 0f(A7 par cent, per annum. Uenerallr, Money con
tinueo: lu better demaud than 1 ordinarr at tbt
Knitem exchange wa more abnndant thi week
titan laat, and leeN Arm; deeJere iMhia to their
cuatom-tr, In the regular way, but refining to bny
Renerally atoer X; wniie many or tbea) were glad
y draw at 440. for any larae anion nt. The aaarttet
cloeed heavy, and wonld decline ii Currency ware
Gold wa very qnlet without demand from tha etty
or for hipment. Hardly any onewihed to buy, and
no one could 1I any amount. Kate wore H$4
baying and 35c tH premium aelllfig.
new itTiean. a,acnange twntium mmm prtce
In Tinie-liiu Terr nttie wa anna, tnongn tney
wera at 1 1 In daman d at bi-otIihm nuotatlone 7ttxVA ftrr
iat and ninety-day Draft on tha Kaet, and
fur thfiaa on ihe Ho uth.
Un current Money underwent eotne enenge. th
eeeut rates of iMicount Being: Indiana Htock :a
Uttonrl 1: Iowa, lllinol and Wiaconttin k.dl;Vtr-
rlula (except Wheeling City and BrancVtjJ IS;
'ennRyWanla (Cxmnty) .S; Maryland S: Mlrhfgan,
forth and Houtb Carolina, and Oeoraia 1: Tannaaaaa
&Sl; Canada 1; Alabama 14 discount.
The present rate of Exchange and Coin are as
New York Slght.....a, prem.
H'-nton )4(l H, prem.
Itt.ltioinie.. ..M-c prem.
New Or lean H die.
American jld .iigM prem.
Flonr remained unchanged reeterdar. tha demand
continuing moderate. The aale reached only Vi
bris. at 4 WKtM according to tne grade, w ninny
was firm and In good demand; 700 brl. being die
pofled of at 17rt)l7Hc.
The market for ProTinlonn contlnned rery firm,
with sale of am brl. Mes Pork at llv M; 234) hhd.
Haom at VHdic. for HhouMer, and 11 'r,l2c. for
Xlde. and n'io. ibr olear Hide. Bulk Side 10.000
Ibn. changed hand at lof c.
Ltnsoed-oil wae unsettled and lower yeeterday;
sale oecurrlng at An, n and 600, Omcerlea eon-
ttnueo: nrm. wnent, uatsand Kye wereatmttaady.
and Corn and Barley dull.
Tha Imports and I-x ports of tartooa article
during tha twenty-four hour ending yesterday noon
were aa follow:
ratprtf Applne.tt brls.; Barley, 1,M3bnh.; Butter,
I DeAikaAes. Corn. 4,818 bushels; Cheeae. 337 boxes:
Flour, :m brls.; Hay, 47 bales; Hog. 49ft head;
I.ard. 11 brls. and llkegn; Molaases. M brls ; Oats,
1.209 bnsheli; Fork and Baron, 11 hhas. and I box;
Sugar, 12 bhdi.; Wheat, a,93l bosbels; Whisky, 9oI
Exiwrtt Barley. AOS bnshels: Batter. 110 packages:
CitTiules, 303 boxes; Cheese, 14ft boxes; Ooiiee, 331 begs;
rionr, 1,228 hrle.; Lanl, it nrls.i molaaana, n brie.;
Gate, 36 bnshels: Fork and Bacon, 438 ehhds., 238
tierces, 1,05 brls. and So boxes; Bngar, 73 hhds.;
Bait, svu oris., vrueat, nu uusneie, woisay, JO. oris.
Tiloeilay't IViima. observes In regard to last week's
New York Bank Statement
Tbo Items of th. statement of Bank average, ar.
more favorablo than anticipated generally. There
Is a check to the nxnanslon of Loans, which has hpen
going on while the decrease in the Bpucle line Is
moderate in view of the foreign shipments. Th. de.
crease of Loans would have bnen larger but for the
aopllcatlons for discount from Corporatinna and
uauxere at ine weei, wnere noney is neeqea lor tne
movement oi ine crops, i ne aecreeee in feposiie I.
about equal to the decreased Leasee la Spaci.
Th. following la a oomperatlve statement of tb.
condition ot th. Banks of th. City of Mew York,
Angtut 4 and August 11:
Deposits IU, lo, W
Tb. aam. number of th. Triimm observes tn re
gard to slonday'e New York Money market :
The Money market la irreanlar. and lender., eene.
daily B.nk maimgera, ar. endeavoring to establish
niguer ratos. douiu uueus, ruuniua as .(4.-. per
cent., have not been disturbed; but the current rate
for new Loan, of ttrst-claaa collaterala la wn p.r
cent., with the bulk at GGft per cent. The supply
of Money Is ubuudant, while the demand la mora
active, growing out or tne increased stock snerula-
nou, ana tue movement oi toe crop, snort raper
is sun scarce, auu waen wim aviuinr. ii oi nrsl-
claaa, at Aftflo per cent. Long Paper Is not so much
wanted, ami Is passed at tt7 per cent.
ency of rates downward. The quotations are nom
inally as neiore,
Bteriing, mfilmh i Francs,
There la a further slight increase of Capital la the
Philadelphia Bank Btatument, last week, and tb.
Circulation has Increased ,12,633. The Loans have
fallen off ,10.1,920; the Bpcoie ,11,038, and th. Depot.
its tMm.aa. The Banks la that city now hold la
Specie 4, 768,404, to pay ,1821,000 of demand lia
bilities. In th. ahape of Circulation and Deposits.
In Boston two or three Bank, are belna orawniaad.
A considerable of an euiouut baa already been sub-
and a now bank to be oallad the Central Bank, will
soon be started.
In Boston. Phlladelnhla. and Baltimore, the Money
demand contiuuee to improve gradually, hut the
market is easy lor nrsiciass raper ai o.t(r7t, ana 8
pur cent. In tlie dlffereut cities. Trade la slowly re-
iviug, ouisnii remains nun.
In St. Louis and Chicago, Currency is in goodsnn
ply; trade being inactive In all departments as yet,
though better than last week. Easter. Kichange
is sold iu ine lurmer at l, ana in tne latter city at
Morev In New Orleans Is growing more abundant.
.nil the llank. ere more dienoeed to nnrchaae first.
close Paper than they were two weeks ago. Business
1m dull, and prime Paper scarce, with rate, ruling at
w. u ner otui. eastern fl.xnn.ansv rule, ai :.ma
premium for sight, and lAUs di'count for sixty -da
bills; while Sterling Is quoted at IOJ110M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. August 15.
FLOVR The market remain, without change.
Tbo demand contlnnea m-Hterate: the sale, oomprle.
..n lirls. Mlildl.rnwn uanaixil swnile wneiLt at ... la:
-ill do. Empire Mills red wheat at ,4 60; lnodo. Dover
.mils no. on ine loajuiug at sj, .iw. valley et ma
white wheat at S: AO do. Union Mill red wheat 1.1.
WHISKY The demand la Hood and the market
fair, with salea of 700 brls. at lYXlsWHc, the Utter
nrlre for wa.o.
PHflVIHIIlNH Th. Market eanllniu.vsrv fair:
naiee ofSisl brls M-s. Pork at IV50: 330 bhds. Bacon
at u'tYrfi-.ic. for Shoulder.: Il.'.ai3c. for Bldee, and
3c. lor clear nines; ana io.uw ids. buik maes at
10), c. Hnldura reel tin Arm at II9Ms9JU for Mest
Pork: 9Hiayic. ror utcon snoniaers: 12c. rorsidH.
and ISMeT for Cle.r Hides, but theee rates ar. paid
reluctauuy. and tn. sines inuicate uacou Bhouiaert
and Bidet wi.re procured oneasler teriat. Bulk Pork
is tieiu at 894(10110.
uiu i4iuseea is lower ana unsettled: seiee oi ou
hhds. at inc.; 39 do. at and 64 do. at too. In the
out lote, on arrival, wotiiu not onus over .lee. tiara
bae advanced to 93c., at wlilcb the market la Em.
Ken is in iiemauu at e.-xc. tor auuiieu, ana tvseJto
tiKKABK l no qemana tt gooa, ana w. aotie. a
eal. of 10 brls. yolluw at 8to. Brown may now bo
otioted at 8l4(3i7:c. at the soiling rates, wnich It au
advance, Hoap atock It geuerally scarce and tt in
llllOCKKlES-A fair demand for Molaeaes, with
s.lo. of nio brls. at 43c. Huaar Arm. with sales
140 hhds. at 8 .9c. coo-re steady at liytc, with
llliee oi nsi osge goon at lone.
Vt H K A r 1 he market is steady, and a fair eemana
at 9Vo98c. for prime red and ,1 08(0l 10 for prime
rea ana si ue(Oi iu lor nriiue
)-l demaud for choice suitable
wniie. mere ieagoo-1 nemanu lor cnoic suiutOH
for seed: aalea of 3.10 bushels good whit, at tl OAi
11 do fair do. at 11 Oe. dellverod'. SOO do. for Drlme
red at tec; WO do. of fair white at ,1 OA; 700 do.
of prime do. alt I 10; SOO do. attl 08; too do. good
q ai vio.
CORN The market for ear la dull, and n rices de.
ciltied le. ner bushel, closing at 3SA&390. in bulk
Shelled is In fnlr demand at 52&Mi. for mixed and
white, including tacks: salea 1,400 bushele ear lu
bulk at 38c.; l,uoo do. white, shelled, at 60c., Including
OATB -Th. demand for prim, continue, good at
2H6030C. for old and new: talea 600 bushels, from store.
at 30CJ 3o do. fair new, In bulk, at SbHo.
tt a The demand is gooa ana tn. market arm
at rtKrtofc.: sales of SU) bnsh. at 7o. AOS do., to ar
rive, at eoc.: jtKt uo. at oec.
BARLEY The niurbet la dull and unchanged
Wequoto prime at 7lsitVAo.: sales of tot) bush, spring
HAY The demand it good and priees advanced to
tl ner tun for good to prima Timothy, la bale.
c MEtSH The demand la rood, wltn liaht recelnu.
and price, are higher. We quote Weetern Reserve
at ftirfrsc : sales of 70 boxes at 7tio.
BCTTErl There la a moderate demand Pr prima
fresh at 14ifolAa. for Weetern Unserve, and llablio. for
Central Uuto; common Is heavy at 810c.
[Reported for the Daily Press.]
Cincinnati Cattle Market.
Wepmerpay, Angust 15. The City
tock market, for the v. eek endinx last evenin
last evening, was
dull, and talee were light; Cattle being in large suu-
nlv end nialerlaUv lower than they ware the prevf
oae week. Th. receipt, weret CalUe, 7AI; ohaep,
A93; Uogs, 303; and the quotations as annaxsd:
Te)e-Ordlnarr II 7A to S31 sUr33AWtl7Al
xtra t3sv3 W per 100 ponnrls.
bsesp ana mom-oaeep iroaa iiewn V1 -w,
Laml ,1 7MT.2.
Hotrs-froin to to to 71 for stop fcd, and tATAastai
torn led. , '..I. " ''ii
[Reported for the Daily Press]
Cincinnati Horse Market.
Wednesday August 15. The market for
Horses, during the week ending laat .veiling, wa.
aull but firm; th. transactions blng . lea. tha. waa
anticipated. The demaud, of a locnl character, Wat
wry light; busliies. being mostly from the South.
The aaieo were 3KA or NO, head at an aveng. of te
to ,u; good animals bringing tloo to tint. . . -..
New York Stock Market.
New York, August' 15. Stocks
active ad lather easier, but, since the Booid.
rmer. Chicago and Rock Isl.nd, U: Galena aud
Chicago, sol.; Illinois Central Sorlp, 8e; Allchtga
Souther, giuuauteed,J7e; Northern Woroel, 3il
iichiKsu (v-ntral, a7: Toledo and Wabash,: Rad
lug. ti; Ilsrleiii, l'i, Uii.1"U, WH; s.i(.,37s; Maw
VockJontLel Vacloc Itall, io.
New York Cattle Market.
New York, August IB. Boef dull at a
rartber de-'llne of prtcee ranging fioaa S4 to
91 to. Uet etvsw 4a bead. 9)hee and Lutvlst' bt
good OVnutud at M-LlecUiry piiios. Recwited l.lou
bead. Bwiue are lees active, and erica ki.or, raug
Ut truest Ulttac. aWoMVtai t.ewM heesl.
New York Cattle Market. [By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
WntSr A j a n if . fjA
"I1"!"? frai w(tb fair deiiMuMi aalas loe bales a.
10Jiei fcr middling rjeUnrts. .
Sot export and hoeae eonn.matlmir aalee IT.iwe
wii.s. ao riinrmpemna Htale; 6 J-VXtS 40
kg rather onletr wl-h 1
let aL-m.r-a . . ... . a h tflt.i .... .. . . . l.
ssonereia ineniry: sales aen nrla. at Eft uvbie 1ft lor
superfine, and IS WS7 SO fer eommoa te (.hole ex
tra. &va Plrnir stM.lv. with am.ll ala .. a ...
aa for common to chefee aurMrfto. Olya- aseai '
qnlet and witnout material change.
WbUky- prices favor tbo buyer. With a better la- .
anirr: aalee of em brls. at tic. .
The export demand fur Wbeat 1. qvlfe actfv., an4
price, her. advanead lAlc. aw bushel, lbs Im
arovesaant la Bore obeervabla on .fntj.. fhinn.
enrinir: salea of .1.1X10 bushels new wl -n.r U'
.ill 21 , Je.ono busbals MlUankla Onb at
; x'.u.i uu.neis imptr luwa at SI xk
17,fi l)o.b.ls white Michigan at tl I7l so. th. lat
ter prtc. fur ebolc in brls.i 13 fine bu.hele ember
Illinois at ,1 to and II 000 bnsbo new white In
diana at 4l tmi AS. By. gnlet at tot. lor eld: aal-w
l.luo bushele. Barley nominal: aale. tff T.uoo
bnehele. Barley Malt WW. C ra a little Srmar aod
moreartvve: sale, nrn.noo Bneluts al !VSiW3-o. ror-
mixed Western, chiefly pt Me., and Mc. fur whit.
is. uau in rair reoneet at fcr Weal-
Canadian, and sv43,Ho. fur State.
Pork Srm.rwith f.lr Aammn A ufM Itt 9 HMt K.I.
tit lMetlt tt for new meee; f 40 fr old meee; lit
new pries.; ,11 an for old prim.: Including i.ooo
brl.. new mea. on nrtvate terms. Beef dull aod eu
Changed: tales of 190 brls. at t St fir ew.ntrr
prime; tt 7VUI Ml fnr do. meet; teAlO M for ro packed
Jieta,andtll0l2for.xtramMt. Prlne mm atrec'
nil and nomlually anchanged. Beef ftsms inu-l:
talee inT900 brlt. of varr choice WTeetera.t Alt to. Cut
tleete very dnll at yc. for Bhunldcrs, and 11c. for
Baoie. Baeiin anletl 10,000 nonnds of smoked tide,
at 12e., and lo,lso pfmud. of clear aUee. on pri
terms. Kor Lard the market la dailaaa haavy:
tales of UO brls. at I2S019,4C. .
Butter Is selling at llnteiac. for Ohio, and UOXc.
forHtaw. Oheew, etearlv et HllliHc.
Sneer rather more artlv. at atesdy rates: aalee of
l.oou bhdt., cliiefly Cuba, at ax OHMc, Inrludlng
about 100 hhds. Porto H-co. at 7M(cu6c.; A9 boxee He
vana at 7tc; 046 bbds. Melado at 6c. Coffee market
rulee very quiet, but exceedingly armi tales to-day
Istga Han Denlngo at Itr . cash. loa lbs
anctlOB aalee announced f.r to-day were well at
tended, aud naesod off with a pretty good spirit.
Blacks realised an advance, while Greens were told
toll price, vis: Voung Hyson at l-tei47,to.i &ua.
powder at 4&HtsMiic.; Imperial at -'cHitte : Uvsoa
Twankay at S.'SoiV:.: Hrson Bkiu at I3iaUa.i -
Twankay at X'SoiV:.: Hyson Bkiu at Ufa
Oolong attlevMoc., sod Soochoag- at UMOKIta.
ni nu, i'-) wpT evMmaa WMtero: s X-T . ,
44 for to mealnm asjtra wastars, ana as
JO for sblpplng bNSa A exti-a round. bou. Ohio,
elo.g rather onl.tr wl-h ecarelv mnmttu,U ...
The Ohio opposite this port began to re-'
cede at a late honr on Tueedsy nigbt, and was Mill
declining last evening, bavlng fallen daring the
twenty-fonr hoars thea andlnc about ten or ilm
lnchea, leaving a channel-depth at this point of
Bin. and a half feet. At Plttaburg th. river was -rising
yesterday, with Ore feet two Inches water '
thertat noon. ' -
Yesterday was th. samo kind of a day as its late
predeoeeeora oool, genial and delightful; tb. ther
mometer not going at any time above
Busiuess on the Landing wae much more qriii-e
yeeterday indeod tb. Wharf seemed decidodly dull,
with very few boat, there, freights wer. scarce,
but rate. w.re staady at our last quotations.
Yesterday's Loalsville ClcMerier observes : .
The river was rising pretty fast yeeterdar. the lent
Pittsburg swell, with four feet two luches water in
canal last evoning by the mark. During the
rirevloua twenty-four boon the river hail risen Bv.
nches .t the wharf, and over oue loot at Portland.
The weather oontlunee clear and quit oool; the ther-
.nmater at anout 7au in me snane ai noon.
Wa learn by late arrivals from Rrd River that
navigation la very difficult above Alexandria, ai d
the Era 1
no. t naa i
laid no at Celhnne. with 3ls)balee
cotton on board. Th. Be 11 do Mid Fvx wtw alto
K.ntnckr river continues low. and vr. learn that .
the superintendent intends having the water drawn
off trom alt the locks, in order to make certain repairs.
That will Interfere with navigation, aud compel tha
Trio to discontinue her trip..
Yeetsrday's St. Louis pw6Hoa obeervet:
Th. river at thft port fell about two tncheeoe Mow.
day nigbt, and waa nearly, stationary ysstarday.
n. last arrivals rrom ueuow report trrtt teat ta ta.
channel out to Cairo.
The Illinois aiver is ailing, wnn tare, and a hair '
feat In the channel below Peoria, and thirty inchM
between Peoria and Lasetl..
Th. upper Mississippi is railing rrom Bt. pant -down,
with three and a half feet In the Upper and
iweitty-eigni incnee tn tne aowar aapiue. in the
channel below Koukuk there are three and a h-ilf
feet. The Keokuk packets experience much diffi
culty by groundlug.
in. jniseoun niver u laiting irom w eston aown,
1th four feet largo In tho channel. The Missouri
River keepe ap remarkably well.
Th. Bt. Louis Democrat remarks: -
Cantata Charles Vole's White- River mall packet
ortune waa sunk at Hmith's Landing, lu whita
River, on weilnelay wet. noat total lo4. In-
sured in Cincinnati for &4,(U,
ine jueaora taxes -
ner place in ine line.
Partiee from Arkansas Hlver report th. death of
two well.kuown nilots in that stream Wm. Mnlvlna
at Little Hock, and ltobort McNeil, at Fort Smith.
Captain . i . Batchelor has namrd hla new Cln
ilnuatl and 81. Louis Axnreea Lin. Packet tho
I" T, r. . ., J .. .u . . u t
Duncan, a Cinclnnatian. Bhe will b ready by th.
middl. of September.
ArHenls Bunerliej-. Louisville! Ml cool la. Maya-
viUe; forest Qu-'U, Madltuni Dnnlelth, MevtUei A.
.. Bevler, AlerapliU: Couutuss, Dock,
Ueoartsree Suwrlnr. Louisville; Msxtiolla. Ma... '
Tllle. Forest Quen, Madison; Duuleith, NevU.e; w.
Maclay, at. Louis; liocket, 1'Uuibuig. , . . ,
Circuit Copkt Case op James Wa-
ooner. The case of Jamas Waggoner, who
has been for a long time in the tail ot tbls
county, aa an alleged fugitive slave, came
up lor trial yesterday, irr. J. g. A. roster, ...
and H. Helm, two of the defendants, filed -
tneir answers, ana uy agreement, ut case .
was submitted to the Court. - . :
Foster alleges that he is half owner, aad
jointly interested with Helm, and asks that '-
tne bond oe nu given ror tne pure nan
money be canceled, should Waggontr be
shown to be free. Helm denies having any .
interest in the matter, and alleges that be -sold
him in accordance with law. Neither
of the defendant introduced any testimony
to prove Waggoner a slave. The plaintiff .
produced a number of witnesses to prove bis :
freedom, and we presume there it no donbt
but he will be liberated to-dav. when the
judgment of the Court will be rendred. -Nancy
Spiers, aged sixty-three yean, and
woo resides al present in tJrown uounty,
Ohio, states that she was present at tho honuo
of Peter and Rachel Waggoner, free persons
of color, in Brown County, Ohio, in 1840,
when James waeironer was born, and that-
she knew bim for two and a half years. '
The deposition of David Osbora states that
he resides in Bethel, Clermont County, Ohiox .
that he knows Peter and Rachel Wat-goner, -free
persons of color, that they came to live '
on but farm in April, 1849; that tbey had a 1
son James, alwut nine or ten years old; that
tney lived on nut tarm aooui two years ana a
half; that the young man whom be had just
seen in the Newport jail was James Wag-
5 oner, tneir son: also, mat neiore n spoze to .
antes in tb jail, Jamas recognized bim; that
be was present in Bethel, Ohio, when the de.
positions of Levi Dunham were taken, and -that
James Waggoner, of whom he testified,
wa the same James Waggoner he taw lo
Newport Jail. . j
The depoai lions of Levi Dunham and others,
stated that James Waggoner, with bis father
and mother, lived for two and half year
on Osborn's fann near Bethel, Ohio, and came
there in 1849, and that J antes was then about
nine years old; also, ina toe-Waggoners
were regarded as free persons of eolor. .- .. .
The deposition of John Whiteman states .
. , .1 I- I, . 1 t 1 ..I TTT .
uim us nrsi sue. sm " ft T
goner and their eon James iU 18A6 or '58, ou?
his brothen-James F.-Whiteman'e bum iu i
Clark County, Ohio; and that James Wag- ,
goner whom he had just seen in tb Newport .
Jail, wa tb saute James. Waggoner, and
that he had rocog-nixea him as th same pet. j
son the moment he saw bim. . -v.'..
CiitjaoH Matters. The Methodist Cbur'ch,
on Taylor-street, after having been thoroughly
remodeled, beautified, and considerably en- .
larged, will be reopened with appropriate .
services, by Rev. K. W. Uehou. I). D., an. Vie ,
first Bun day In September. . . . ,
The Kentucky Annual Conference of the:
M.E. Church (South) will meet iu this place
on the 19th of September,, A large number
of ministers and htymeii are expected to be
prevent. Bishop Karly is expected to pre
side, and teverol distinguished ministers from
abroad wiU be present. . .,. ,,. kA n
Naw Abtillbry CoMPANC-Cois. tlk at,J
Ricbardao are taking Die aecetetu-y at p. fur
the formation of an artillery oompauy iu title
city. It it probable their vtforts mil be roe
eaw4 . ''! ii ' f s Jt t:
Population or OovrNatoR. The'census yf
tbls eity it now cotup'nte, and the population
is found to be 14,47b, against 15,112,
spring. . . , tl ,. . , , . . . r
Polio Court. Mery Clark, au old vsgraut,
was ytxtterday tent to jail ifor-.twenty eojs,
by lliat lfolej, ob a charge of vagrancy. m..;
. . ta..l Mil'"' ..mi I'. joi.. ji txi.l
..lb ieieni state IhatacvaraJ rwttaw-ed. v
ttaiupu knv axotde tes bare tatettuwa e4
OAluid, Miss. The people are aroused to an
Biuutl degree of vigiiooo. 1