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''WANTS," "FOB 8AI,K," "TO I.F.T," "LOUT,"
"FOUND," Ac, In this colrnnn.nocnpvliig three line
vr two insertions, iwenly-nvs cent.
ANTED A FEMAtEi'COMPKTENT
"XTANTKD One or two Clerk, in an offlio.
..I, nPlv alike General IntolligonccAgenrr Nn.
S3 Woatern Row. in17-b
'VV' -ANTED Two (rood practical Waitors.
' PPl.v nt the General IutellfgoocsAgcncr No.
3.?'! Western Bow. ml7-lr
WANTED Situation by young man
lint from Oiler; his object If to vain
knowledge of business; In willing to work with, ml
imv Mnlnry through the summer. Address Dot Unit.
Chirliinatl, O. fn !7-t
T A NT E D-0 ARDEN ER Riht off. A
run; chance Is now offered to n suitable mnn.
nri nl the Ucncnil Intelligence Agencv, No. ns.2
western Row. mylT-h
V7"ANTIN(i Pomons wanting good help,
hooiickccpcni, nurses or wln girls, will
please mil iiumedhttelr nt Mr. WARKKRH Infi III
Bcncc onto-, mw Went Fifth street. inyl7-twin
V7"ANTED A girl 14 or 15 years ef age,
- in Hi,,- n in hi Mini ii vPHrfiin: booh reier-
nnce. required. Inquire it All I Western flow.
m y JT -b JOHN SCOTT.
WANTED A purchaser for one of Sin
ner' large iVJS) manufacturing Sewing Ma
chines a good bargain chii he had, a It will ho sold
at a reduced price; the machine in cutircly new. Ad
dress, L. PressJJfflce. niyl7-h
TA NT ED A OOOd" BLACKfflff 6
. I'"" wagons. Onll at the Kagle Wagon Fac
t 'ry. No. 01 tnnl ejreet. myl7-b
WANTED OOOD VEST MAKERS
Apply ilMti R'chuiond streets uiyU-b
WANTED FURNISHED R00M,tr7
out board, In a prlviito family, withlu ten
minutes walk nl the Post Office, hy n young man.
Address, I.PItCKll, J'n-nn tIHco. mylT-h
WANTED A GIRL To do general
homework. Iminlre at no Broadway, lie.
I ween Fourth anil Fif'h a tree I. niylV-h
ANTED 1 11,111)0 Persons, to read tho
H'tti-r to ami advertisement, In another col
Imlii.hM MADAM PLANCH.
Wanted; three good dining
llimiii (Jirla are In wiint uf Sltuitllnn In a re
spoctablo Hotel or Hoarding lluuiie. Thebcstof city
ii ferences riven. Wonlil like to pet a place tcgethcr
it ' poHHlhl. Address MARY HOWARD,
jmhih Care " Press Office."
ANTED 12 OH 15 VEST BASTKRS
Annlv at. 2l'.'.l Western HiiW. lMtu-nnn Clanr-ttn
ami jiiTi-mu Brreeia. mylb
WANTED EMPLOYMENT A l"dy
who it a competent operator on one of the
best ri in 1 1 a, wng iniuhilHK, vllirn to go ont by the
tiny or ilo jobbing. Apilyat No. 5i West Fourth-Kt.
liiJ6 Wl.OAT ft CO
WANTED FIVE PAPER HANGERS.
Kmiuire of GKO. A. 1'KTKK 4 SON. r.7wvet
it hat rue t. iiiA.i
WANTED $2,000 worth of Dry Good.',
Hata, (7npa, Honti, ete., In exrhanpe for raeh
hu.1 Illinois liiinl, al OTIANT, P1TTMAN, CO.'S,
b went 3! street, Hank Unililliiaa. nilK-il
WANTED A responsible and experienced
Nrwspiipi r Currier, one that can eunvium for
a paper. Apply on Satunlay ami Momlay alternonna.
between 3 anil I o'clock, at Uoom lu.'i, UN1THD
SiTATKS HOTEL. ml l-L
ANTED HOUSE PAINTERS Four
JTOOU lOtirni'Vllllill lflillNH.nntnlurR rim find
linmeitiate empliiyment by applying to K. NKAL,
Thinl street, F.aat of Sycamore street, Couimen ial
liulldliip-i. None but tirat-rute IiiiiiiIb need apply.
VTANTED DRUG CLERK To go to
.MailWon Imliana. One who speaks fierman
niul from 18 to Lit years of ago preferred. Apply to A.
J. TI LLY, with E.Scunhui tc Co., N. JC. cor. Fourth
and Muln. Cincinnati, O. ml l b
WANTED MAN A middlo aged mnn
to work; must come well rocominemleil. To
a steady man constant employment willlio given. In
inire nt S.T.J. COLEMAN'S, corner Webtern Row
and lk-ttn street. ml4-b
WANTED A COACHMAN Ap7fyhu
tnediatelyat No. IW West Eighth streot, or No.
ie: Walnut street. myW-a
ANTED SEAMSTRESS A good but
ton-hole maker immediately. Apply at 1.1
David street, between Western Row and Ju
WANTED A TINNER One who un
derstands Koofng Jobbing, anil working on
assortment, to go to Danville. Ky., must Iw a sober
tingle man. Apply at No. at West Pearl street, be
tween W aluut and Vine. Good wages given,
"7"ANTED Experienced Mantilla makers
v T wanted im mediately at GKO. LEWIS', 2
Weat Fourth street, directly opposite tho Post OIHcc.
W-" ANTED CANVASSER for a first class
Picture. None but an experienced picture
cauraer need apply at 7 Third St. up stairs.
WANTED A Situation by a young Gor
nuin, (H stranger in town,) who is a good
English scholar, can make himself general useful tn
his employer, Mini is willing to devote his whole time
to his interest. No difliiicnce as to what kind of
employment, it oniy respectable. Apply by letter or
lersiui, to A. UIIUWH, care or Cli. Langeubein, No.
i Villi. j l.n,.....u.. Vi.. .l tir .T. . . .
i rniiiauciTi) iiuinirii oiramu uuilll. IliyM-Hr
WANTED TO EXCHANGE I have im
proved property on Western Row, or No. 1
Building Lots, which I will exchange for tho erec
tion uf buildings or for building muterlal.
11. L. KEMPER,
my ll-d Iks Main street.
WA N T ED--1 M M E D I A T E L Y FourCur
punters. Tniiuireat Oeruian Catholic Church
on East Walnut Hills, or at M. V. Ott'a Carpenter
ANTED A GIRL To do cooking ami
general house work. Good references re
quired. Iiuiuire at No. 8i West Seventh atruet.be.
tweeii iua imdjtace. mU-b
WANT ED T A I LORS- Journoy montaM
lors t i so twenly-tlvo miles in the eonntrv.
Iiuiuire this morning at nine o'clock, at IIKN1IV
'Ai1 i GO.'il.i No la Pearl street. inlt -1A
WANTED MAN A good and compe
tent man to superintend tho running of the
'machlneiy of u Sasli nod Door Factory, iu Ports.
moulh.Olilo. Apply toTlloMAS CAKKEK, Ilroad
wuy Hotel, betwecu Vi and 1,' o'clock, this dav, ( Sat
iirday.J III U-b
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Twenty
good Sewers. Apply at l.'sl Longworth
ANTED MAN IS BORN TO DISAp"
POINTMENT A few months aeo we rented
a nice little cottaue In the western tiHrt of tbn eilv.
ami settled down, as wa thouuht, for life but ahu !
our landlord, wishing to keep step with the music of
improvununt, wauls to teur dowu the little cottage
in which we jnow reside and erect a splendid stuue
fiout. Iu order to allow him that privilege, we must
move. Now, who has a houso to rent? Address,
immediately, " LEWIS," Daily Press ollice. myl3"
The advertiser wishes to rent a small house,
or part of a house, within six or eight siiuares of the
j'l-oss uince possession io.ua given iuonuay, illay Hi.
A guuU cish iMtvii'ff tfiiHitt iuv le pronuuil byiitl
1 res 8 i n g
t'BHing "ANUKKW' Vnm offlco, 14 Wuat Kourtti
WANTED UOrSL If thoro ii a person
In Cincinnrtti who ympathitin with a pour
devil, who want liutife ami tau't find out), lot thut
htm on aihlrtmtf A. B. 0.," Duily Vivdd uflice. A gund
temint will be found. myia-b
WANTED GirU wUhiog to find place
uf employment cau pet good lituntious Lv
cullinv nt ftn. aruiir n Employment OlHctj. :ws
Mt st itth nirtiut; also, ludioa waittiug help, either
.tewing or house-work, cau obtain them. myl2-aw
TO TaKa cnarire OI Set ul lr. HAH.HHhKH H
F.lcctrn-Ttierapenlla Baths, devoted exclusively to
tbe treatment of female complaint.. Addrc.ft bv
letrer, or oall nt Dr. K.'a Inftrmary, No. 818 Birr .,
Cincinnati, O. mvlT-tf
BOARDING A gentleman and his wire
can be accommodated with a pleasant and airy
fiont room furnished, and board, iu au American
fiLiiiily, wliere mere are a tew select hoarders, by ap
plying at piu. wj mm sirec, uuiweeu b uiuauu 1.
BOARDING A gentleman and his wife or
two Mingle gentlemen, cau be accommodated
w ith a tine airy room, one of tho pleisanteet iu tho
city, with board. 107 Kim nt. my m
0ARDING Two gentlemen can be ao-
coinnioiiateci with a goou Iront room, second
ttory, well furnished and gas, with board whero
are but a few select boarderi, at No. 41 George street,
H. W' curlier ul Elm. mylii
BOARDING WANTED By a gentlo"
man and wife iu a private family; where there
are 110 other boarders, preferred. Local iou must bo
w iiniu iiuee or lour aiiuarea of tlitt x. V. Ailurose
ItOAllDEK, Lock Box ;
BOARDING IN THE COUNTRY A
mull family can bo accommodated with board,
four miles from the cliy, if applied fur Immediately,
staltni uuiue. Address box 4uu, P. O. inyll-h
BOARDING A lady and gentleman van
find a pleasant front room anof board, In a pri
vate family. Terms moderate. Apply at No. 173
Vliil J streot, between Elm aud Plum, ni) li b
B0ARDING--A limited number of ladles
and gentlemen can be furnished with superior
areoiiiiundiiiioiia at Ion Broadway. The location Is
convenient ami very ploaaaiit, uml the Iioim Isup
plied with all! the modern Improreiuents,) la the
largest and best in the city used lor the purpose.
wrMut MBS. J. blllREU.
IOR SALE A BARGAIN AT No. 354
. Western Row,, a good Spring Wagon, with three
SS. 1 yre" K'i"eil ror puld ng. C'a 1
at WARD AGl YSI'H. ytP-tf
lORSALE A ROUTE ON THIS PAPER
Inoiilre this afternoon nt 102 Fifth street, lie.
tween Elm and Plum, between the hour, of .1 ana.
IsOR SALE A SAFE. PROFITABLE
-- and well estnbllsheil business, paving Urn per
rent, upon the rnpltal Invested. A cash purchaser
inn imve me onsiness at a baiBaln, as tlio present
proprietor wishes to retire. Address.
"' D. O. N., care Lock Box, Mj.
I 0R SALE HOUSE A Stone Hons con
taining six rooms, hall double porches, cellar
and cistern. Lot M by Ion feet situated on ohsei -valor?
street, JUt. Adams. Price l,7s. Applvontlie
premises. . SAMUEL b.MITll.
fOR SALE OR RENT PIANO A fine
- llosewood Piimo, ar (lilckering's make, 6 oc
tave, second hand and but liltiu used. Applj at No
170 Longworth street. mia,
IOR S AL E II OUS ESXn Dl1)TST wo
. bouses and lots on Deorze street, between Knrr
and Kim, Nos. 3aud Sl-es.-h lot n-rt by 7n. W III
sell on,, or bolh. One homo contains six nnd the
other seven rooms. Iniiiirent No. au West Foni tli
,r,T"r H AH. AN DRESS,
TOR- SALE-HORSES AND MULES
. , F1'" ''ray or rnrt horses and two uniles.
Apply to No. .da Kiltli street, oppoailv Stone sir-t.
IIOR SALE A Lot containing over two
ncrat, well fenced, with about eighty troll
trees or choice varieties, and a never failing well of
good water, commands a Ann prospect, and la ona of
iu i i ounuiiiK sues in I lie village of Ulenilnle, is
about five minutes walk from the Railroad Depot.
Applp to II. H ART LETT CO.
niyl.Vb zaWeat Front street.
tilOR SALE A fery dosirnble residence on
L'olleire Hill. Inquire of JAMES H. SMITH.
No. Ill West Sixth street. niyi:t-il
IjlOR SALE Eight good work Horses and
- , Two Mul'S. Apply at No. CIS Fifth street. ..p.
poslte Stone. my!3.b
tTIOR SALE An old and well established
M. Watch and Jewelry Store having a ginwl run of
omiiii v,-iiininv locnieu, aim one in 1 lie oest luisl
tiess stand in tho city, and under a verv low rent,
Is otlered Tor sale on ven reaionuble terms. Addiess
w Hi real nnme, O. P., Box z4, Cincinnall, stating
m hem the p irtles may be seen. mvi2-r
IjlOR SALE 28 norcs land, heavily titn-
- ."''" '" "lu i" ioi in uie chii inniiii, mini
lllon ft Dayton Railroad, at Carthnge, Hamilton Co.,
Ohio, for sale low, Applv to
WILSON, TiOGLKSTON CO ,
myr-u' no. 21 Canal, bet. Main and Walnut.
IOR SALEA small fnrm, near the oily,
. on a good Pike. A new house of three rooms,
line young orchard, ftc. Inquiro of J. II. Smith, No.
Ill W est Sixth street. tnj lid
I701l PALE OR EXCHANGE -Patent
. Iliffill ,.t m naulu 1.. ..I W..ul.l.. ......,
.7,1111, nuiiina iMiiriiuif, ii
w.-DiwiM ... ,n0 ut.i, iuii one oi me most
simple in cunsti tictlon, ever bro ight befoi-e the Pab
lo full niul ll.i H..fi.....i A .
Wcstorn Row. UIVI2-L"
IOR SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS'
Waffons. Knrt nu ll'iimiiiii n.iv.m...uil..
New and Second-hand. J. B. PALMER. '
niyn-jmjw 61 Rank st., near Western Row.
IOR SALE A good family buggy horse,
well broke, and will stand ulll i l,u.-i.;,.,.
A lso a good buggy and harness. Iiuiuire at corner oi'
Walnut and Ganu streets. niyll-b
IOR SALE STOCKS Eight good horsiM
and two mules. Arnlv at No. Mx li lttl.
near sumo street
IOR SALE To breeders of fine Stock I
. "'"-'ii"si"i ."-iiu iiimi. Miori-uorneii imil
i elves, bred by Hrutus J. Clay, ol Kentucky, w hich 1
oer at private sale, i.foi a few days only,) at Wilson
u. im. B oinuies, o. oik. sycauioie street. mylk
10R RENT OR LEASE A country place
u n wi;hi.n ten minutes walk of the Cumminsville
Railroad Depot, live acies of Ground, a House with
. uv.ua, u ii.i.ii,vt, cm mi., apriogoi water on
the placo. Inquire of J. GARRARD, Ko. II Colinu.
IS in ai t suat ftf lis T I Fl I t U7 t . .
.....m,,v. ... n,wn, uaue sLreei, lumniliis-
IOR RENT To a small family, the lower
part of a brick bouse, on Laurel streot, conve
nience good. Torms cash in advuucewlth good rc
ference. Apply at the premises 113 Laurel at. my!7-b
IOR RENT A large three-story brick
Dwelling-house, on West side of Bioudway. be.
tween Sixth and Seventh. Hunt Ssum a vOJ- .i
dress tiOH Lock-box. Post-ofrice. myl7-b
FOR RENT HOUSE A neat three story
Brick House. contaiuiiiBH rooms. N'n sn ita,-..
streot. Apply at the N. It. corner of Eiuhlh ami
Race streets. mit,
FOR RENT FACTORY A four storr
Itrirlr Vuotni-v u 1.1.. ft.- . l..i. .i. n.i..'
"-'-w t , B.I.MWIU iui n vimii, UlUllllUg,
V,ro 'herlight luaniifactunug purposes, situated on
Van Home street, between Uaymiller and Freeman
Inquire of TI10S. KELbALL, K. W. coiner Seventh
Gl'OR KENT PaBturo in tho old Gilmor
L Orchard at Canin Wnshfni7tn-i' n,-i,wl --ni..
. . hud.
water. Inquire ou tho premises. mvi i.i,
fjlOR RENT DWELLING A new stono-
- iron; uouae, ij rooms, range, bath-room, hot
and cold, halls, cUtcrn. No. 4116 Seventh street.
IOR RENT ROOMS Two rooms, fnr-
nished or uufiiruishcd, with or without board
A SO. a feW Slnfle fflOlllMmm, nan liu a....... ...I... ...I
at No. 171 Sycamore street. nivU-b '
I0R RENT HOUSE A neat two story
- Biii k Hoii,e, containing seven rooms, situated
t ll 111 four sullares of tile i'ost.ollii-u. uill I.. I....
rent on the 1st of June, to a good isiving tenant, who
will piircli.ise a small quantity of new furniture.
Address Box HIP, Poat-ollice. Illlll-b
OR RENT West store of No. U West
r oni til street. niyl2
I7I0R RENT A three-story Brick Dwelling
L1 Of 12 rooms. NO. .CA'iSixth Ht.r.r. tomr Ni.il.l.. I.
turnlsheil with gas, watur closet, bath-room, etc.
Apply at J. W. WAYNE'S Hardware Store, No. i'.in
Mainjireet, near Kifili. myll-b
S7I0RRENT R00 lllS- Two rtn s ,socon il
- story, in the western part ot tho cily. Apply h!
Meat Store, corner Filth aud Elm streets, ltelerence
ROOMS FOR RENT Two rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, with or without Imirrd.
iu a private lamilv. uht.ru llmni nm .. l.il.i.u.
Good references required. Ko. CO McFarl.ui street.
IOUND On Monday, 10th inst., a nolo
drawn by C. Wolff & Co.. dated Hay 11, I8.V.I,
at fifteen days for JIHO. Can be had at this OIHce.
IjOUND Two Brans Sufe Keys and a small
Irou one. Can be had at thlsoftlco on paying
fur this advertisement. inyl.'-t
IOUND BLACK FROCK-COAT On SaT
. urday's i Louisville Expross Train, U.lll It. R.
Address C. H. Buck, MooiVs Hill, Ind. niyl4-b
H" OST A BUCK-SKIN PURSE. On Mon-
day afteruoon, tho 1Mb inst., betwoeu tlio Post
office aud the corner of Fiilli and Vine, a buck-skin
purse, containing two fill on tho Bank of the Stale
of Indiana, one Sill bill State Bank of Ohio, one tlio
gold piece, two J.i gold pieces and about Hi in small
change: also, a receipted board bill at the Walnut
The tinder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the
above at theonico of the Walnut street House.
in y 1 7-ij
v OST PARASOL ArSi,Tkho; Nixon's
TT 'll!! u'.1'riK J1'" Sunday School Celebration, a
Green Silk Parasol with Fringe. A bov nicked it up
and gave If to a gentleman, to whom the owner will
bo much obliged If lie will leave it at this oltlce or at
No. 118 Hopkins street. my bl
T OST BOY On Wednesday, the 1 1 th inst.
- a small Boy, 8 years old. Ho had ou a black
colton-velvot Jacket and pants of durk i.an, black
cap, and was bare-footed. Any lufnriuatio'i ruinoct
il" o.'JV."1 " 'lm"R,'l'ly. T'o'ved by hi. father, at
No. 21s E m, betwueu Eighth aud Ninth : Heets, or
at the jail.
W OST DOG A white Dog, with llaok and
--.I brown spoil on it; answers to the name of
"Carlo." Any one returning same to No. ai West
Pearl street will be sultabljrewaided. iultt-b
T OST-BOY-On Wednesday, tbellth inst.,
jSasnmll Hoy, years old. lie had ou a black
cotton-velvet jacket ami )mntu of dark jcali, black
cap, and was barefooted. Any iliforiiiatioti resucct
iug lilin will be thaukliilly received bv his faiher at
No. -lie. Elm, between Eighth aud Ninth streets, or
at the Jul L u, s h
JT OST The person who changed hats
JLsl through mistake at Hniith i Nixon's Hall last
eveniug.will please call at tli'ioltli e of "Daily Press,"
and exchange. iiiylU-a
J" OST On the 13th of April, a valuable
I Roan Cow, supposed to be driven in a drove to
Cincinnati. The nigh front teat a little short, aud
hoi in inclined town ids the ground. Auy one know
ing ol such being ollered ou sale about the above
date, will oonler a fiivor and receive a reward from
P.O. Wl I IT K.jof Ox f. ird t Oh to. "'JL'!.
I OST LOCKET A small Gold Locket.
A eonlaiiilug finally hair. "To my Daughter''
engraved on the liack. Any person having found the
ftama will confer a favor and he suitably rewarded hy
leaving 11 l ibis ollice, niyll-b
Compllmenta to all: WW In tintnt tut tareffrnenths.
' -If taut Fstitrth Htreet.
Mat IT, 1859. " (387)
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
10 Knot Fourth Street.
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Ties, New,
10 East Fourth Ntreet.
WrWlll romove to the corner of Fourth and Vine
first of August.
Thb DAILY PRESS is to be had regularly
at Church's Post-office stand.
Thk Aisi'ssijrs in tho vnrions Wards and
Towualiips tiro iirtmiptly inuking roturiiD.
We politely call the attention of our lady
readers to Dr. Karshner'l advertisement in
our "Want Column."
In gpoakingof tho fire in yosterday's issue,
the types made us say Graus & Co., instead of
"Choat & Evans." Their loss is $800.
C. J. W. Smith, yesterday, sold the property
No. 2."i8 West Ninth street, at auction, to
Christian Lesoberg, for $21 75, and the prop
erty 500 Front street, near Mill, to Henry
Taphnm, for $2,000.
Thk burglar, F.-imk Diishwood, who cn
tercil tho dwelling of Mr. Hudson, u uiglit or
two Rinno, and stole a quantity uf carpenter
tools, plend guilty, yestordny, in the Police
Court, uml wns coniinitteil to answer before
tho Court of Coiiinum Tlcna, in default of
$700 bail. f
A French editor gives tho following amusing
description of the effects of an advertisement:
The first time a man tees an advertisement he
takes no notice of it; the second time he looks
at the name; the third time he looks at tho
price; the fourth time he reads it; the fifth
time be speaks of it to his wife; the sixth time
Wt; are continually under obligations to
Adams k Co. for favors reoelved. Last even
ing they again made us their debtor by fur
nishing us New York and Philadelphia papers
in advance of the mail. Why can not Govern
ment contract with this Company for transpor
tation of mails, thus scouring thorn early and
Covinoton Nkw8. A party of five persons
gained admission at a late hour on Friday
evening, to a drinking saloon, on the corner
uf Fourth and Main streets, Covington. Tbey
called for drinks and while they were being
served by tho landlord, they suddenly assaulted
him with lagor beer mugs and bottles, injuring
him very severely about the face and head.
We have hoard of no arrests.
School Board. At a meeting of tho School
Board last evening, a resolution was adopted
that the teachers and scholars of the District
Schools be allowed any Friday between this
and vacation for a pio-nio.
The resignation of Miss Ilorsely, of the Fifth
District, was accepted, and the usual certifi
The resignation of Miss Coleman as teacher
in the Ninth District, was also accepted, and
the Trustees authorized to fill her place. Ad
Jacob Gn.U'i & Co. sell at auction at three
o'eloi'k to-day, a valuable building lot on tho
north side of Third stroct, west of Smith.
Tho lot in ninety feet front by ouo hundred
Thoy also ooll a splendid private residence
at 4 o'clock, next east of Mr. Kilgour's resi
dence, ou Congress street, having two fronts
of one hundred feet each on Congress and
Third streets, by three hundred feet deep.
Wk call attention to the public sales to-day,
at auction, by Cooper it Stokos. Among other
property is forty-seven lots in James Price's
subdivision, on the Lower River Road, near
Millcrcek, and forty-nine lots on the Reading
Turnpike, noar Heaver Sc Bayers' nursery
Arrival and Departure of Steamer.
Arrivals Telegraph. Louisville; Endeavor. Glcu
wood, Pittsburg; Memphis, Memphis; Vorest Oueeu,
Madison; Liberty, Weeding; J. H, Done, Empire
Dr.PAiiri nrn Teleeraph, Loitlsvlllo ; (ilenwood,
Punlcith. Nashville; Forest tjneeii, Madison; Cale
donia, Mavsville; Ohio No. 2, Marietta; J. II. liouo,
Empire City, St. Louis.
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Prussia Making Further Operations.
THE PORTE PREPARING FOR WAR.
Prince tJortachnkoir to the Ennliah
THE AUSTRIAN MANIFESTO.
Bkiimn, May 1, 1859. The increasing un
certainty in political affairs has caused Prussia
to put her remaining Corps do Armoe in readi
ness to inarch.
Mahskillkh, April 21). Advices from Rome
to the 20th, state that a proclamation had been
issued by Gen. Gayon, recommending the in
habitants to remain tranquil, disapproving of
any manifestations, even of a pacific nature,
and reminding the populace that the assem
bling of crowds in the streets is already for
bidden. Eight thousand Austrians bad arrived at
TiniN, May 1. The King loft this morning
to take oominsnd of the army. Tho Austrians,
in large numbers, have quitted Placenza, and
proclaimed it in a b title of scigo. Thoy ap
pear to have concentrated their forces at the
mouth of the Po.
Trikstk, April 30. The Austrian Lloyds
have discontinued their ships to foreign ports.
Bkrnk, May 3. Tho Prosidont opened the
Federal Adsombly with a patriotic cpoech. The
Council moved the following demands for con
sideration of the neutrality which accompanied
the recent calling out of the contingents by the
To authorise further dofenslve measures; to
open a credit not to be limited to the contract
ing of loans, and to appoint a Commander-in-Chief
of the Federal army.
Paris, May 2. The Grand Duohess of Parma
left, after instituting a Council of Regency,
and tbe new Government base expressed its
adhesion to Piodmont.
Turin, May 2. Tbe King of Sardinia has
accepted tbe military dictatorship of Tuscany,
to facilitate the oo-oporation of the Tuscans in
the war of Independence, and to protect publla
I order. Tbe Sardinians la Venioe have placed
themselves nnder the protection of the Russian
I Stutoarpt. Mav 2. The Wlrtembura-
, Chambers have unanimously voted the govern-;
mont projocts for oalling out the Landwebe for
a forced lory of horses and the opening of a
war credit of 7,000,000 florins. Io the debate,
sympathy was expressed forjAostrla.
Private letters from Pari, receiver! in Lon
don, express nn anticipation thu-t.th new
Frcnrh loan will be offered In a three per cent,
stuck at sixty-one franof, being about four per
cent, lower than tbe lowest price fixed in the
The Paris correspondent of the London
Times says that it is rumored that M. Delangle
leaves the Cabinet.
The declaration of war against Austria was
expected to appear in the Paris Monitour uf
the 3d of May.
Tbe Austrian Ambassador has not yet left
Tbe Vienna correspondent of 'he London
Times says that the Porte U preparing for war,
and that Omar Pacha is on his way from Bag
dad to Constantinople.
Paris, May 1. The Moniteur publishes a cir
cular noto, dated April 19, addressed by Count
Walewskl to the diplomatic agents of tho for
eign powers. It doforibos the present position
uf political affairs, and expresses much satis
faction at the conciliatory spirit of England,
Prussia and Russia. It states tbe wish that
the other powers which compose the Germatic
confederation may not allow themselves to be
misled by reminiscences ef epochs quite differ
ent from tho present, and hope that the states
men of Uormany will perceive that It depends
nn tbem to put limits upon the extension and
duration of a war which France coneoientiouoly
feels she has not provoked.
Sardinia has made proposals at Madrid to
induce the Spanish Government to join her in
the cause of Italy, but Spain intends to be
The following is tbe official letter of Prince
Gortschakoff to the British Government:
"I do not deny that there tuny exist a writ
ten engagement botwoen France and Russia,
but I can assure you, in the most pnsitivo man
ner, that such arrangement contains nothing
that in the most distant manner could be inter
preted as constituting n hostile alliance against
Europe. If Lord Malmusbury should bo
questioned on the subject, he may answer, with
conCdonce, in tho above sonso, mid I givo yon
my personal guaranty that tho decoration will
not bo falsified by the facts."
Wkrmrr, May 1 Tbo Czar Alexander in a
telegraphic dispatch to the widow of tho lato
Grand Duke, gives a denial to the reports that
Prussia and Austria are threatened by Rus
Vienna, April 30. Tho French Ambassador
ts to leave to-day.
I'auis, April 30. It is rumored that an In
surrection has broken out in Sicily.
Grkat Britain. The English elections for
members of Parliament have resulted, prob
ably, in faver of the Tories or Derby govern
ment. Saturday was said to bo the decisive
day. On that day the elections gave a net
Tory gain of ton.
The London Times' city article of Monday
evening reports no additional failuros. The ap
proach of the Consul settlement uf the 5th
inst. whs regarded with tho greatest anxiety.
In London the market has advanced 2s.
The Austrian Manifesto. The following
is tho manifesto of tho Emperor of Aujt.-ia is
sued on the 29th tilt.:
"I havo ordered my army tu enter Sardinia.
Our struggle is a just one, anil we begin it with
courage and confidence. We hope, however,
that we shall not stand alone iu it. I ."peak as
a sovereign member of tbe Germanic Confed
eration when I call attention to the common
danger, and recall to memory the glorious
times in which Europe had to thank the gen
eral and fervent enthusiasm of the Germans
for its liberation. For God and the Fatherland."
One Day Later from Europe.
Rivr.R dc Loupk Station, Muy 10 11 A. M.
The steamship Nova Scotian is in Bight on
her way up the river to Quebec, tihe loft Gal
way on the 4th, and brings telegraphio advices
from London and Liverpool one day later than
those received by the Weser and Borussia at
ONE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Nova Scotian.
Napoleon Declares Waragainst Austria.
River dc Loup, May 10. The steamship
Nova Sootian, with Liverpool dates tu the 4th
inst., one day later than tbote furnished by the
Weser and Borussia at New York, has just
passed here on her way to Quebec.
The City of Baltimore and the Vunderbilt
arrived out on the 4th inst.
Napoleon's manifesto appeared on the 3d
inst., aud is afurmal declaration of war against
There had been no actual collision by tho
The Bourse of France has raided the rate uf
diseount from 3 to 4 per cent.
Qukhkc, May 16. The Nova Scotian arrived
at this port at quarter of eight o'clock this
evening. The following telegraphic dispatch
from Paris, on the 3d inst., appears iu the
London papers of the -tin :
Parib, May 3. Tbe following is tho com
munication of the Government to the Legisla
ture: "Austria, by ordering her army into the
Territory of Sardinia, our ally, has declared
war against us. She thus violutes our treaties
and menaces our frontiers. All the great pow
ers havo protested against this act of aggres
sion. Piodmont having accepted tho condi
tions, one asks, what can be tho reason of this
sudden invasion ? It is because Austria has
driven mutters to such au extremity that her
dominions must extend to tbo Alps, or Italy
must be free to tbe shores of tho Adriatic, fcr
every corner of Italy which remains indepen
dent endangers the powor of Assmtria.
Hitherto moderation has been the rule of
my conduct, but now energy becomes my
first duty. France must now to arms and
resolutely tell Europe, 1 wish not for con
quest, but I am determined fully to main
tain my national and traditional policy. I
observe treaties on condition that they are not
violated against ine. I respect the right of
territories and the right of neutral powers, but
I boldly avow my sympathies with a pcoplo
whose history is mingled with my own and
who now groan under foreign oppression.
Franco has shown ber hatred of anuiuhy. Her
will was to give mo power sufficiently to reduce
into subjection abettors of disorder and incur
rcgible members of tbe old actions, who were
incessantly concluding compacts with our
enemies, but she hua not for that purpose
abandoned her civilizing oharauter.
Her natural allies havo always been those
who desiro the amelioration uf the human
race, and when sho draws the sword, 'tis not to
govern, but to frco. Tbo ubject, then, uf this
war is to restoro ltuly'to herself, not to impose
upon ber a change of masters, aud we shall
thou have upon our frontiers a friendly people
who will owe to us their itidencndonoe. We
do not enter Italy to fcrmont disorder or to
disturb tho power of our Holy Father, whom
we replaced upon his throno, but tu remove
from him this foreign pressure which burdens
tho whole Peninsular, and to help to establish
order there based upon lawful sntif l'cd inter
ests. In fine, then, we enter this classic
ground, rendered illustrious by so many vic
tories, to seek the footsteps of our fathers.
God grant we may be worthy of them. 1 am
about tn place myself at the head of the army.
i leave to i ranee, tne jsmpress and my sun,
seconded by tbe experience and enlightenment
of the last Emperor's surviving brother. She
will understand how to show herself worthy the
1 r , i , . .. . ..
grauueur oi uer uiisjiou. l connue tbem to
the valor of tbe army which remains in France
to keep watch upon our frontiers and s-uard
our homes. I oonO.de them to the patriotism
of tbe National Guard. I oonftdo them in a
word to the entire rieonle. who will show them
that affection and devotedness of which I daily
receive so many proofs. Courage, then, and
uuion. Our eountry is about to show the
world that she has not degenerated. Provi
denoe will bloss our efforts, for that cause is
holy in the eyes of God, which rests on. jus
tice, humanity, love of country, and independence.
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
AF.WVAL I F THE AKAGO.
THE LATEST FR03I , ITALY !
A fonnict Monifntarilj Expected!
FRANCE DECLARES WAR AGAINST
THE EMPEROK'S MAMiVESTO.
UK DLClAlilS . JUS IXTEXTJOX TO
.roix Tin: Atom
I'iciith Troop Pouring into Piedmont:
THE I KENCII AND AUSTRIAN MINIS
TERS RECALLED !
Great Panic on the Paris Bourse!
Sr. John:-.. X. 1'., Mtiy The steamship
Arago, from Havre mid Simthiuupluu, has
been intercepted oil' Cnpe l!ui e by tlio new
ynrht of the Assiaiintod Press, mid" Liverpool
niul London udvircs of the 4lh inat., one luv
Inter tlinn those furnished by the Weser and
Unriiasiu, nt, New York, mid the mime ns
(huso fiirnish-jd by the Nova Scotiun at Que
bee, have been obtained.
The ateniiier City (if Bnltiiiioro mid tho
Vitiiderliilt arrived out on the 4th inst.
Tho latest iieeoimU from Italy are, thai
though no aetmil collision hud yet occurred
bet ween the Austrian oud Snrdininu nrmics,
intelligence of u. coiillicl wuh expected at anv
Tim Emperor Xiipolcm lind sent a fnrninl
declui'HtiDii of war upniust. Austria to the
Corps Legislutif, ami I mi announced his in
tention to heud the army iu person. Hisdc
juii tiire was expected to'take place ou the 0th
inst. His manifesto atutea that Austria han
virtually dcclnrcd wnr Against France, and
nothing remains for France but to tHke up
the swurd in del'.'iiee of Italy. lie disclaimed
nil idea of conquest, mid being about to place
hiin"clf nt the head of the tinny leaves the
Empress mid his son under the caro of the
The r reneh tr
roups me pouring into Tied-
fbo Austrian troops tire coucuiitrtiliiig
ulong tho bunks ol tho Sessin, mid had occu
pied Vercelli. Trieste, uml the surround in;;
country, which liml been placed iu u atato ul
Oeu. Gviiti, thn Austrian Commander, had
iniHed heavy contributions upon tho towns,
occupied by him.
Tlio pnuii! ou the 1'nris Boiir'c continues.
Three per Cent, rentes had declined to 601.
The Bank of Frankfort had raised tho rates
of discount from 3 to 4' per cent.
The Bank of France has raised the rate of
discount from 3 to 4 per cent , and a furthor
advance in tho rate wus expected by the Bank
uf England on tho Sth.
Tbe Dutch Government had applied to the
Chambers for a credit of 500,00(1.
The ship Champion, of the Seas, had ar
rived from Melbourne with over 91,000 iu
Tho French Minister at Vienna, and the
Austrian Minuter at Paris, bad both taken
their departure for their respective governments.
Two Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE VIGO.
Cape Rac, May 10. The steamship Vigo,
from Queonstown on the 6th inst., for New
York, passed off this point last night, and her
advices were obtained by the Associated Press'
news yacht. Her dates are two days later
than those furnished by the Vova Scotian and
The Swiss Federal Assembly had approved
of the declaration of neutrality and the meas
ures for defense taken by the Federal Council,
and appointed General Defunier Commander-in-chief
of tbe army.
Tho Bank of Prussia has raited the rate uf
discount to five per cent.
I.voia. Manu Suigh has surrendered to tho
Tantia Topeo has been captured, and five
hundred rebels killed.
Novia Scotia line is down or Eastern
telegrapher has gone to bed. Pre ojice, 1
o'c.ocJt 4. M.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Loci3, May 16 The overland Califor
nia mail, with dates to the 22d ult.,has arrived
bore. A land slide occurred at Monte Cbristo,
a mining town, killing four persons, suspen
ding mining operations, and doing considera
the Legislature bad failed to provide fur tbo
$200,000 old bonds still outstanding, notwith
standing tbe people desire to pay every dollar
of State indebtedness.
Busiuess was brisk and money plenty. Gold
dust urrives freely. Tho market was un
changed. Tho wheat harvest promises abundantly.
Destructive Fire at New Orleans.
New Orleans, May lo. Tho Lafayette
Sugar Refinery, and several adjoining build
ings, occupying a square, was destroyed by
II io this evening.
' Washington, March 10. -All tlio new naval
steamers will be placed iu commission ti
moil in they shall bo successively tiuishetl,
and before the close of this year every avail
able vessel will probably bo in active service.
This design is not, however, with reference
to the European war, as no danger to our
commerce- is apprehended from thut cause.
Vera Cruz ia considered, in ntlicinl quarters,
to bo one of tho most important points,
where n large fleet is required, and benco ad
ditional vessels will bo dispatched to the
Gulf of Mexico. The facilities afforded by
our squadrons either for sea or hind opera
tiijns ure considered sufficient for all emer
gencies. According to a general order, just issued
from tho Adjutant General's Office, officers of
the Medical and Pay Departments may, by
virtue of their cominissiuns, command all en listed
men lilio other commissioned officers.
Tbe following military stations are announce 1
as double ration pouts from tho date of their
establishment and while occupied by nut less
than one company: Department of Texas Fort
Quitman and Camp Hudson; Department uf
Oregon FortBelllngham; Department of Cali
fornia Forts Cook, Tenwurd, and New Sun
Of uineteon samples of Canvass Mail Bag.i,
tho vontract for supplying which has boon
awarded, only fuur uf tbem wore selected by
the Post-olliou Department Commissioners, as
being of tho first quality with regard to mate
rial aud workmanship. Several protests have
been made against the award by the parties
contending for the contract.
The New York Italians and the European War.
Nkw York, May 17. The Italians have
called a meeting for to-morrow evening, to ex
press sympathy with the struggle now going
on in Italy.
The call says: " Italy has emanated her war
cry; that cry has ooine to us, and we, palpita
ting with joy, have exclaimed, 'alta risoosa in
" Italians, the hour so long expected is come.
All around the flag trl-colore, let us fly to as
sist tho cause of our oountry."
New York Bank Statement.
New York, May 18. The bank statement
for the week ending Saturday shows an in
oreasa in loans of $160,000; a decrease in specie
of $H1J,000 the treasure by the last California
steamer Is not inoluded; doorcase in circulation
of f 314,000; decrease in nett deposits $173,000.
Leave worth,' May t, The peoph, of
Southern Nebraska ire earnestly sgllating the
aoncation of so much of that Territory, which
lies south of the Piatt River, to Kansas, and
thus seenre idinlsfinn into the Union at tho
next ttstinn of Congress. The public senti
ment in that portion of the Territory is strong
ly in favor of tbe proposed annexation, and it
was recently resolved, at a mass convention,
held at Nebraska City, to nominate delegates
to the Kansas Constitutions! Convention, which
assembles at Wyandotte in July. The Ne
braska delegation will undoubtedly be admitted
to the convention, and it is probable that in de
fining the boundary or the Statoof Kansas tbe
Platte will bo designated as the nortborn line.
Utah dates to the 0th alt. have been received
here. The news is unimportant.
scant by the pier mark, and falling. Weather
clear, wi'h occasional clouds.
Louisville, May 16. River falling very
slowly, with five and a half feet in tho canal.
Boats drawing fivo feet found it difficult to get
throuph on account of the mud. Weather
showery; mercury (19.
St. Louis, May 10 r. M. Tho river has
risen only four inchoe in tho last twenty-four
hours, but tho indications are In favor of an
othor rice. All the upper streams continue to
swell. Weather clear and warm.
From Camp Floyd.
Camp Floyd, dated the 21st ult., announce the
.1 -. U . i -,..... .-, n . ...
"emu ui vnpi. ucorge ii. ruige, Assistant
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, May 16.
-- tor thin article, tluctnnteil
Breath to-ilav. and at ne time could iiuotatlous imvo
lij'en given with any dearee of accural y. The Koi -e
an news publisbcil this niorniux. amleaiicrwarils
tin) New Wk Market report, telegrnr.he.1 to the
Lliainborof Commerce, r-roiluceil the nunt extrava-
glint ideas, and various prices wcro ai-kcd. 3,imu brls"
sobl at f 7 .VV.i 7 li.V for sunerflne. ami K7 BVx !-. r....
. ulei uisihiicii couiaining one tlays later
ra, liy the Araxo, was announced ou chaime, anil
n to tho fact of breiiilstutla closing iiulet at Liv-
unfavorable tor speculations, aud the market coliso
iiueiitly closed unlet, irreirular and Huseltled. 2,M
bi ll, worn received since Batimlay.
W 11 ISK Y-Thc ma rket Is very firm and prices V.
hlpbvr; sales of mki brls. at f4-2W., the latter
rate tor wagon; closin? bitovant.
iILmT-ViI-u' .!.!'"" '''"edatVJc.aiia.lvaiKo.
:. ; 1.. "JsS-lle liiai ket opened excited, under
the Foreign hem, and holders. Beuerallv, ecrmed to
tear hey cuulil not a.,k a authciont hid, price foreaelt
article, sons to protect themselves from Kinx "pi. ked
J'P ' speculators. Mess Pork was held lit -fly,
i-rooui. ami lie au veins, in unm. I u i.... ...
!ip 'Peculators. Mess Pork was hebl at 51a,
thollKh Sim brls. wero procured at J1S Ml. liacou hehi
ats unil iu,-., n lthsnles ol l. hhcls. Unlit Sides, to
arrive at SUc., anil Hi do. city brand at Inc. Bulk
Meat hebl at 7 and tfc., and ICO hhda. bidea ...1,1 u.
packed at Indianapolis.
I ?,tU '",'a ' A '' Tlle n,r 88,0 ,Vi" 30 ,icrc08 "t
liHOCKItlES-Tho market Is nnchiineed, and tho
einau.l moderate; sales of 2oo bass com-o at H" ,,
li,c., and luu brls. Molaeseaat sse. Bugar llrui at
WHEAT-The market continues active and buoy,
ant, and prices have again advanced Jft,3c. ier hush
IViU,t !Ls.!i;i:-'0U.'lo'ido'"tM 7U;6I" '"' "'' W'h'ite
. 5! 000 'lo' " ' do. prime do.
c:uliN-Salcs 1 ihi bush, at Wc. The market is
m m with a itooil demand.
ttK Kales Z' biiiih at St n.1, and :Jido. nt Si Ol
(A'lsj The market is sleady ami tliiu. Salts frai
bush, at f.'ic.
MAHLfcV A fair dciuaml, aud the market ii Una
at .'.syi ii2i .
BL'TTKH The market U quiet, with a moderate
demand at lsc,ie. tor choice yellow U II. and l.va,
17c. for prime Central Ohio.
CHELSE Sales 100 boxes at 9c.
LIVERPOOL. May 3.
closing dull. " oven ;4., .ue maraei
.1. ,o"ilUi'i1 i T. .. n""M closed dull and uuict,
though all descriptions had loio-ldonbly advanced
1'1'OVlllionS Cloflcil lit nil lilv,i,irli,u ..,.!.
Consols closed at WUtfeM.'sc.
. !"18 .for ut i,m "'ays amount
to IO.jiiij bales, includinij H.uuoijuieato.pcculatoraaud
exporters 1 he market has been very dull at a ile
c uie ot He ou all qualities. Mesnra. Clare 4 I o.'e
circular quotca yrieans MiUdliugs at ti ,d., and L
lanUs do. at ti'-td. The market closed w iih a tin ther
decline on all qualities. Tho sales to-day were uu.
Hreadstuns Tho market opeueil bunvant and ad
vanced considerably, bill closed quiet. .Mc-ai KiLh
ardson & bpeiico ay there was a large speculalive in
l,uii iu the maikctou Holiday, but this subsided on
1 uesday, and the market cbwd sternly. Hour ad-
v,u , o.,i,. in ii. .iu.m,ija. ml V. neat also
advau.-ei he .; Ucterii ItrtTa quoted at cs. id
IU. 'Kl - do. U lilt.. Ilhi rut Ml-lj . U 1 ll l.,.W
ll(joU. Corn advanced tub; mined, 7s. til (a7s. id 1
cUo , ,s. id.(' 7s. 7d.; White, m. td.(e os. '.M.
I rovioious 'Ibe circulars report uu advance in
Provision,. Beet is buoyant, with a biiKe specula
tive inquiry lurcing prices up 5ij1iij. Pork buoyant,
ami prices 56ilos. higher in c.'uiseiiieiue of the large
speculative Inquiry, llacou quiet, holders demand
ing an advance.
jLard ui-iii at 60s. for prime, and 61(&,i.2a. for e;;tra.
lullow more quiet; butcher's nominally quoted at
Pl-Mtlnee Risln Him ul 1. o.tz.im u rn..
- - ; 7ir A' ,p..D. sl. KifillllH 1 111-
..... .-.,vi.. i-j,ai eicuui. iioueo qiuci.
mill, unu bU.tuils., the market olosing quiet.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, May 16—P. M.
si. u vim., i..i.
at J.". 7SCC7 Si for iiior;iuc State: S7 Vnq,7 To fur extra
Ho; 8ii IO(c(,7 2i for .uperliiie Western; t7 3.,(o,s for
common to good extra uo, and $7 KMit a for do
round hoop Ohio, closing tame. Ciuiiiifiaii nominal
"if e.l!,li "O. live r lour quiet at .' juje j 70
.'i!!V1't "diT"n,J'd X'0,'i ol "s rather quiet; sales
20,OuO l.inli, IsatSl 20forKaciue: SI 7,e. I i fur Winter
tied Western; $1 ijo(n I for White Western: ttl DO
for Amber and White Michigan. 11 ye better: snlea 2 300
bushels nt SI (Kl. Barley firmer; efclea iSJiUu bu-hels
Canadian at soo. Corn a shade firmer; salus l.i.uui
bushels at SMfflmlc for Southern; !lsc(n.(fl for Yellow- of
all kinds: mixed Western is held at t,iic, witli hover
at Wc. Oats firm at Astiiitiu for titato, and 6li3MaJ.c
tor Western and Caiiailiau.
V hisky steady; sales mki brls at !.
Pork betler and aetlie; alea 4,issi brls at Us 2Yta
lit lor new mess; SI jn la 2'i for prime: and ls tor
thin and prime mess, ineliiilini: l.onu brls mess, June
July ami August delivery, ai fcla M. Beef firmer;
sales '.Ml brls at tfii 7.'i('7 jo for country prime; Ss 7yif
V jo for do mess; (f iji.- for repacked (.'liicagu do, ami
lj(l7 lor extra do. Prime mess lleef himcr; sales
luu tierces Indiana uf S'm. Heel Hams quiet; ,.il, sn
br sni I4 Ml IT. Biu on-Sllli s Ion hlnis dry raltr.1
bides at D'ac. Cut Jd.-.ila biiojiinl: aales loo paekuea
at 7'5(o.i for hhniilikis, and :'i(n.'.'.e for Jlains
Uel'vy '"'"u''' ""''a 'J''M at ''t'ii-c, clusiiiij
Butter dull at I7(oISIc for new Ohio aud Hfafe.
Cheiso quiet lit tK'loe.
Tallow ttrni; sales 211,000 lbs prime nt lie.
Cotton Nothing diiiiiu.
I run steady at ttl'ldi 21 :sl.
Iiiusoed oil active al (Majeiltic. Laid Oil liruici und
active at 9(l(ivlic.
Bugar quiet; Muscovado Citijec.
PHILADELPHIA, May 16—M.
Breadstiills market under tho European advices, aud
prices of all descriptions arc higher.
flour advanced :i7.'2e.; Wheut IixTil.V.; Rye ec :
Corn 20 and Cornmeal 22c. Sales of I, Quo brls su
pcrtiue Flour at c. anil some ou private terms. The
.lock is mall, and some holders refuw to sell until
after (he receipt of their private circulars by tlio
steamer. Itye flour is held at t,, and Corn meal at
f ' About 4,01111 bushels Wheal sold at t-WJ Iu for
VV lute and til Dota l '.11 for Red.
Hye has advanced to 1 uh; ana is now held higher.
Corn met with au active inquiry, an 1 l.nsi bushels of
Yellow sold at k 1, aud soma Mixed aud Hed at I'jc.
Data firm at oSA.eoc.
Provisions 01 ail kluds are also much unsettled,
and holders have nisterially advanced their views
ess Pork is held at V.HiuM, and Lard at 13c. in brls.
Hales uf luu tierces lliceal 4,bO., wbU u is a further
Iu Uruvorlas there Is verrlittlo nioveniout.
bales of luu brls. Ohio Whisky at 3-'c.
BALTIMORE, May 16.
Howard and Ohio held at an advance of 2jc uo si:l
Wheat buoyant at M MG-'J Iu for W hite. Coin dull
at 'MKiV3- for V. bite, aud uaciou for Yellow.
Pruvisimia Mnn und adiauciiig. Bacon Sides luc:
Bless Polk Jlsm.lS 2i.
BALTIMORE, May 16. [By Telegraph.]
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, May 16—P. M.
- rnier; C. and K. I.6."4; 1. 11. bnn.ls so;
N. Y. O. 72V Mil. and Uim.1; Va. sixes lift; Mo. do
t; C. aud T. SHiH; C. U. and C. V6.lt; Pacific Mall Si:
Panama 117; Teuu. Sixes bl!i.
LONDON, May 4.
Flour buoyant and slightly advanced. Wheat
buoyant and advanced 2s., uiaklug lofS, 12s, during (be
week. Bugar quiet. Cotlee firm. Tea, the quota
tions are barely maintained. There la a large upecu
lativo inquiry tor Rice, and the luaikut is buoyant.
London Money Market.
LONDON, May 4.
panic in tha Iiflniton Stock Kxrhango has tub
aided. ConaoU are quoieii at ytrifmsuSi. Km-American
securities then' in little inquiry and tha price
are weak, lllinoi Central Stock la, however, w Iter,
being quoted alLsjvUporoeut.dUKount. .