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..i,.WANT3" "'0 BALK," "TO LET," "LOUT,"
,'FOTJND,"o.,ln this colnmn,o-r-rvlng three llne
or leal, two Insertions, twenty -Ave Miiti., -
WANTED By a Gentleman end Lady,
tirn nle-iinnr rnntn. nn a-.- Aiuul lnn-
In a private family wltli children. Terms ought to
be moderate. Addre-s R. p. at thin office, iny'O-h
'WTANTED CHARLES HERBERT, New
,ur,t "rper Monro, I mttrn now, win
TrTvn renin. esch, for all the live RATS which
are brought to tha above place. Ha will crop Fare,
po'.n'l Puns,) la superior elyle to any person In
the w estern country, myao-c
WANTED A BOY 14 years of sge, ec
P , 'V,- "' .wMww. U1Ui V .-". I J
WANTED PARTNER With a small
w ' capital; ee money 1 no object, 'nono ncod
apply except an active energetic person well ac
quainted with tho business community; to such thle
la a rnro chance Apply to HALL CO., N. E cor.
ner of Vine and Fifth atreela. Boom No. 1. my -rib
YV"ANTED A 00D BUGQY TRIM
, Also, a Wood Worker. Apply at P.
N. II8Q AW A S Factor,, Wj4 Western Bow
WANTED A OIRIi To do the home
work of a email family. Inquire 41 Third
street, Mra. A. OLA83FORD. niym-h
WANTED TWO ROOMS For a man,
hla wife, and one child 11 mnnth'a old: within
IS minutes walk of Fourth and Main streets. Rent
not to exceed 87 a month. Address II. W. S. at this
office. . myltf.b
WANTED FIRST CLASS CARRIAGE
Trimmer. Inquire at JOHN SCOTT'S, 424
Western Row. myl8-M
WANTED A PURCHASER For some
bed-room furniture, nearly new and uninil
ed; will be aold chesp. Apply at B. F. ADAMH, No.
14 Stone atreet. my 1 8-b
WANTED A PURCHASER For a Mil
, ler's manufacturing; Sewing Machine, new,
worth 150, will be sold low. Apply at 1M Mound
WANTED A PURCHASER For a nice
Building; Lot, in the hnaineaa portion of Toll
City, Ind. Population about 3000. This is aa invest
ment that can not fall to pay, aa the town is growing,
5,.'"jS! Increasing In value every day. Address, D.
SMITH, Bos 171. my18-l
WANTED A young man wishes a situa
tion as aatlatant to a Civil Engineer or Sur
veyor, at office or field work. Ia thoroughly com
petent, and will go to any part of the United State-.
Please open correspondence with "Civil Engineer,"
Daily Proaa ofllce, Cincinnati. myl8-tl9-ni23-t.4
7"ANTED Situation by a young man
. " T, jnt from College; his object is to gain a
Knowledge of buaineaa; la willing to work without
any salary through the summer. Address Box I0M,
" - 111 1 -u
WANTED GARDENER Right off. A
rare chance la now offered to a snitable man.
Apply at the General Intelligence Agency, No. .183
Western Row. niyl7-b
WANTING Person! wanting good help,
housekeepers, nuraea or sewing girls, will
rieaae call Immediately at Mrs. WARNER'S Intelll
gence Office, 308 West Fifth atreet. myl7-twam
WANTED A girl 14 or 15 years of ago;
to take care of a child a year old: good refer
ences required. Inquire at 6.4 Western Row.
Biyl7-h JOHN SCOTT.
"W7"ANTED A purchaser for ona of Sin-
gor's large (S124) manufacturing Sewing Ma
chines a good bargain can be had, as it will be sold
at a reduced price; the machine is entirely new. Ad
dress, L. 8., Press Office. my17-b
Vf ANTED EMPLOYMENT A lady
v who Is a competent operator on one of the
best rami) sewing machines, wishes to so out by the
day or do jobbing. Apply at No. 62 Weat Fourth-at.
"y BLOAT St CO
YVA1JTED FIVE PAPER HANGERS.
..! T Enquire of GEO. A. PETEB SON, 127 west
otn street. tulft-h
WANTED A GIRL To do general
housework. Inquire at 146 Broadway, be
tween Fourth and Fifth street. myl7-b
WANTED MAN A middle aged man
to work; must come well recommended. To
a steady man constant employmentwill be given. In
quire at 8. T. J. COLEMANS, corner Western Row
and Ik'tts street. nil4-b
WANTED A COACHMAN Apply im
..... .., .med'etely at No. So West Eighth street, or No.
1U Walnut street. myl4-a
"TANTED SEAMSTRESS A good but-
, ton-hole maker Immediately. Apply at 13
David street, between Wvstorn Row and John.
WANTED A TINNER One who un
derstands Roofing Jobbing, and working on
assortment, to go to Danville. Ky., must be a sober
siuRle man. Apply at No. 56 West Pearl street, be
tween Walnut and Viue. Good wages given,
VANTED IMMEDIATELY Young,
, T '90 Middle-aged Men, Mechanics, Farmers,
Clerks, Doctors, Lawyers, Teachers. Students, and in
fact all intelligent and energetio men who are out of
employ, or who desire to change their occupation for
a time In order to recruit their health and invigorate
their systems, or in order to engage in a pleasant and
prutltablo hiiainess. or to see the country, can And a
pleasant, useful mid profltableeniployuient hy calling
at II. M. RL LISON'S American Queen City Subscrip
tion Beok Publlshing-house, No. 141 Main street,
Ciuclnnati, Ohio, or by addressing
. H. M. BULISON,
myl3-bm Cinotnnail, 0.
IOR SALE A VIOLIN 200 vears old,
. of 'aeolms Stalnsr's make, one the property
oi a great Violinist. Apply at 66 West Fourth sr
IOR SALE To a steady, honest man, who
- can come well recommended, a good Route on
' Dally Press." Inquire of the Publisher. niyfa-b
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A lot on
Philadelphia street, Covington, two squares
lrom Lower Kerry. 24 feet front DO feet deep. Inquire
at No. 57 Main streut. mylM-aw J. 11. LAW 8.
IOR SALE A three-story briok bouse, eon
" A,n'l',,,n? ,,Pnt ton rooms, situated on Hopkins
street, will be sold on easy payments, say one-quarter
down and balance In one, two and three years. In
quire of THOMPSON NKSMITH,
mylB-aw 29 West Third street.
fOU SALE DWELLING A good brick
huuae, pleasantly located, containing seven
rooms, a good cellar, with cistern and well. Lot VI
feet front. Situated in the western part of Covington,
on Front street, about ten minutes walk below West
ern Bow ferry lending. Terms moderate. Address
t.'apt. or Western Bow ferry-boat, or apply on the
FOR SALE A BARGAIN AT No. 354
Western How, a good Spring Wagon, with three
I?Bg op R "ft"11 ""tt3 for ""KitS"
FOR SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS'
Wagons, Spring Wagons, and Fanners' Wagons,
New and Secoud-hand. J. B. PALMEU
my6-3tw2w M Bank St.. near Western Bow.
II10R SALE A small FARM of 48 aores
- 13 acres in Woodland. On the farm Is a small
Uonse, a Barn and outbuildings; young Orchadr:
well at the house; a hedge full length of one side
of tho entire farm; two never-failing springs. Prop
erty ailjoluing the town of Kowbnry, near Milford;
pleasantly and delightfully situated. Omnibusses
pass the place, connecting morning and evening with
'u 7 o clock A. U. and 6 o'clock P. M. trains on the
L. M. Railroad. School and churches lu Newbury.
Xhore are parties who live in tho town and do busi
ness in the city, and have for several years. Termsof
sale ouo-fourili cash, balunce uno, two and three
years. Inquire at No. 47 Main stroet.
myls-aw j, h. LAWS.
IOR RENT Eleven or Fourteen Rooms,
. or piore, in a Urge house, to some suitable per
sons, to furnish the table for any number of persons
lip to a hundred. Bent taken in Boarding. Address,
A., at this office. niyl8-b
IjIOR RENT At 11J Milton street, a supe
. rlor Brick House of seven rooms, well papered
and grated, water in kitcbeu, all other conveniences.
Kenf20 per month. Iuqulreat Cottage just above.
riO LET ROOMS We have one room in
a. u ,!!.."llr,, ,niJ wo rooms in the fourth story of
the building we occupy, to let.
,,. BKOOS SMITH,
"ir"1 No. West Fourth street.
TOR RENT To a small family, the lower
-SL part of a brick house, on Laurel street, conve
nience good. Terms cash In advnuce with good re
forence. Apply at tbe premlsei 113 Laurel st. myl7-b
FOR RENT A large three-story briok
Dwelling-house, on West side of Uroadway. be
twesn Sixth and beveuth. Bent foul) a year. Ad
dress m Lock-bo, Post-offlce. inyl7-b
1C10R RENT-H0U8E-A neat three story
.Brl?k Ho"", ""''nipt s rooms. No. S08. Baca
stroet. Apply at the N. It. corner of Kighth and
Race streets. , mU
"7 m rarasoi. j ne same cau be had
by applying at.lhls Ottio. aad paying for this adveV.
IIOUND On Monday, loth Inst, a noU
- -.dr"T." bl O. Wolff Co.. dated May 11, 18ftt.
at 0ftee days for 1J. Can he had at this Offlie.
' TTtOUND Two Brass Bafa V... .A. .n
i. r: J""".', C,n !" "adatthlsodlca oa paying
for this advertisement. myu-t
T .OST Between Ninth ftnd Ponrtei r.h
MA nnd John nnrf Wrotprti Row, m Ln1 J-)r3M('
Ml af in ft 1st V ell rs.at n- I.il- D L W '
--.v.tva is i v ii w a 'mi j m I vma imim-ts
T OST A small miniature belonging ' to a
uj n-ii , or nnoer win do uoeraiiy rewsrneo ny
T .OST DOG A white Do-, with black and
hrown spots on It: anawera to the name of
M-ario. Any one returning same to Ho. 11 West
i-carisireet win os suitably rewarded. mie-D"
.nOARDING WANTED By a gentleman
M-M and wife In a privatn family; where there am
no other hoarders, prefeiTed. Location must bo
within three or four sijnaresof the Postoflce. Ad-
DuasuAit, locs iioxoii-. iny2Q-b
T OST On Tuesday Evoning, the 16th. inst.,
aa. cniirrtm ruim or ruin aireeia, a small pursf
containing fv seven in silver marie nnot half Hii-M
anarters. dimes, tc., and the remainder jtwo slnglp,
ollar bills. The under will not only lx thanked, but
j .w-, 'w, .'7 iri-i,iA( i.al u o uaruwaro
euro, corner 'eeiern now ami uouri SIS, myt)-b
BOARDING A gentlemen and his wife
can be accommodated with a pleasant and airy
front room furnished, and beard, In an AmeMcan
family, where there are n few select boarders, 'oy ap
plying at No. 2W4 Elm street, between Fifth anil. I.ong-
woriu. m y!7-b
BOARDING A gentleman and bVa wife or
two single gentlemen, can be accommodated
with a ftne airy room, one of the please atest In the
ciiy. wiin ooaro. in r.ini st. my 16
T0ARDING Two gentlemen' ean be an
M-M eommodated with a good front room, second
story, well furnished and gas, with hoard where
are but a few select hoarders, at No. 41 George street.
M. W' corner of Elm. my!6
I am now receiving a large assortment ef
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
LACE CURTAINS, &C.,
Direct from the Auction-Rooms and
. AU of which will be sold at the
Li O W E S T P RICES.
65 West Fourth Street.
BUY YOUR RIBBONS
At No. 30 West Fourth Street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
J. LeBOUTlIJJER & BROS.
F. Me MOORE,
jSL n O H ITECT,
N. E. CORNER THIRD dc RACE 8TS.,
Orders promptly attended to. ml7.
Departures of Trains.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati 0:50 a. .; 12:00
6:uu r. M.
Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton Indianapolis
and Cleveland, ft:ut a. m.; Sandusky Mail, 8:U0 A. m .J
Sandusky, 4:30 p. M.j Accommodation, 6:00 if. u.
Iittls Miami Cleveland and Plttsbug, n:00 a. M.;
Cleveland, Pittsburg aud Bellatr.g:!). m.; Colum
bus Accommodation, 4:40 p. m.; Cleveland, Pitts
burg and Bellair, 11;30 p. m
Ohio and Mississippi St. Louis, 8:30 A. m.: Louis
ville, iM r. m. Hi. Louis, :U0 p. M.
PirrsBuno, Colcmbcs and Cincinnati (Bteubenville
Short Line) Cast Front-street Depot :00 A. u.i
8:00 A. M.; 11:30 r. K.
Clxvbland. CoLCMioe and Cincinnati East Front
street-e:U0 a. m.j ,00 A. M.; 11:00 r. u.
Cincinnati and Maeiitta :1S a. m.; 3:30 p. a.
CiNTaAL Ohio From East Front-street Depot 8:00
a.m.; 11:30 p.m.
Arrivals of Trains.
Indianapolis Cincinnati 9:40 a. m.: 8:30 r. m.:
9:XI P. M.
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Datton 7:49 a. m.: 10:47
A. u.;(A ) p.m.; 10:10 P.M.
LiTTLa Miami-7:30 A. M.l:23 p. M. 7:18 p. M.i 10:49
Habiitta and Cincinnati 10:30 A. m.j :19 p. m.
Ohio and Mississippi 7:00 A. M.; 1:80 p. m.j 10:10 p. m
Compliments to all. Will be home for three months.
10 iiaat Fourth Street.
Mat 20, 1859. (3J7)
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
iu East Voarth Street.
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Ties, New,
10 East Fourth Street.
SWWIll remove to the corner of Fourth and Vine
first of August.
Tbi DAILY PRESS is to be bad regularly
at Church's Post-offlce stand.
See Auction Sales on Fourth Page.
Cosokh Cabkt has held sixty-three inquests
slnoe tbe first day of January.
Yesyibdat morning a erowd of anxious
Inquirers were olustered around the scene of tho
late murder on Western Row. ; There are many
stories afloat in regard to the homicide and its
Pat Flannert, yesterday morning, arrested
a man who give bis name as Henry P. Miko,
who is charged with entering tho room of
Henry Brown, at tbe United States Hotel, and
stealing therefrom a gold watob.
Mary Ebmhabt, the girl who was reoently
arrested on charge of purloining goods from
the store of Cole 4 Hopkins, and other stores
on Fifth street, was yesterday discharged on
payment of a fin of $26 and costs. She
proved previous good character, and as there
were hopes of a thorough reformation, the
Judge was lenient
Disaster At Sea On the 1st of April, the
brig Palmer, Capt. Morgan, on her way to
Liberia, was struck by a heavy gale of wind
nd shipped sea oyer her stern, making a
complete wreck of her, and washing over
board Mr. Alexis Lemmon, the second ir.iitTj.
Ho loaves a father and mother in Baltimore,
and a brother in this city, to ijiouin his sad
See Auction Sales on Fourth Page. Meeting of the Democratic County
Pursuant to a published call, the Democratic
County Executive Committee assembled yes
terday morning at ll o'olookA, After organ
ising, Mr. Win. B. MsWn offered the follow
ing: Whereas, Tbe Demoeratlo State Central
Committee of this State has ordered a State
VAonvennon 10 be held in the City or Columbus,
on the 26th day of this month, for the purpose
of nominsting candidates for the State offices
for this fall election, and has apportioned to
Hamilton County 28 delegates, therefore, be it
Resolved, that tbe Demooratg of the different
wards, townships and precinots, meet at their
usual places of holding primary meetings, (un
less otherwise ordered by tbe Executive Com
mitteemen of tbe ward, township or preoinct,
in whioh oase due notice must be given in the
Democratic paper, and proceed in the usual
manner of conducting elections, to eleot the
the following number of delegatos, the basis
being on the Democratic vote given for T. W.
Bentley, Esq., the Democratic candidate for
Supreme Judgo of the State of Ohio, at the
eleotion held 12th of October, 1858.
Resolved, No person shall be allowed to vote
at the said primary eleotion who is not a Dem
ocrat, or who did not vote the Democratic
ticket at the State election of 1858.
Resolved, That tho primary meetings iu
thf) city shall be held on Monday evening,
May 23, the polls to bo opened at 8 o'clock
P. M., aud close at 9 P. M.
Resolved. That Urn
ent primary meetings of the several wards,
.uu iici-im:u!, uinae a return oi
the nnll-hnrtka nnr! tllvl,A.i d.. t
- i - ... ...iv KyJ uiD a resi
dent of this Committee, on Tuesday, at ten
o'clock, A. M., who shall, in the presence of
this Committee, open the tally-sheets and
count the votes, and award to the persons
having tho highest number of votes certifi
cates of election.
The resolutions, after some discussion, were
A motion was then made for tbe appoint
ment of a Committee of live to report an ap
portionment, which was carried, and Messrs.
Carlin, Eisner, Masson, Myers and Walker
were appointed the Committee. The Commit
tee reported the following :
DiSTaicT. No. Delkoatis.
Second and Fifth Ward.
rtixm warn .
Hoventli and Seventeenth Wards !
1T1..I..I. 117 . "" ft
Klehth Wsrd ..
Tenth Ward ....
Thirteenth Ward ,
Fifteenth Ward ,
sixteentn vt aid,
a. k.,b. k., w. and Clifton preci
Mllirroek and Storrs townships
JI. K.,8. K., W. and CHftonVrecTncts'o'f "
ajbiiii hiiu 1.1CK nun nrecinec..
Spcucer and Columbia
Miami, Harrison and" Whitewater..
This apportionment was adopted.
National Theater. The patrons of tbe
drama who for the last few weeks have been
entertained by the performances of the "Louisa
Wella Equestrian Troupe," will be pleased to
learn that Miss Wells will take a benefit this
evening. As will be seen by reference to our
advertising column, the bill will be one of the
most attractive of the season.
Wood's Theater This estahlishmant
well patronized last night, as indeed it should
ie every meat during JHagele Mitchell's en.
gageinent. This evening is set apart for her
oenent, ana an excellent bill has been selected
for the occasion. See advertisement.
Tobso's Concert last evening was a decided
sucoess. Tbe old veteran was himulfl and
played his magio violin with the xest and touch
oi "tDirty-nve years aeo l" 11 is valuable as.
sistants, Madame Rive, Miss Staub, Miss So
phia Werner and Worrall,-were all very much
applauded. Just before the concert closed, 0.
m. juiicneii. isq., at tne reauest of ninnv of
our first citizens, made a few remarks, and
then offered a resolution that "all who were in
favor of having this delightful musical enter
tainment (to which we bsve listened with so
much pleasure) repeated on this night week,
will rise ihe resolution Dossed iinrcnimmi.iy.
So we will have another Tosso Concert! Let
it be a bumper!
About seven o'clock last evening, John Fin-
ton, a notorious rowdy, went into the Sons of
Harmony Coffee House, on Third street near
Sycamore, and called for some supper. The
landlord, Tom Davis, told him that supper was
over, and that be could not be accommodated.
An altercation ensued, during whioh Finton
drew a double-barreled pistol and struck Davis
across tbe head, inflicting a frightful wound.
Dr. Beck was oalled in and rendered the neoes
sary medical assistance.
A cabtman named Daniel Qulnlan was in
stantly killed yesterday. He was driving into
a cellar at the corner of Third and Vine, when
the cart was overturned down a bank. He
was thrown over with the cart, the wheel strik
ing his head.
The barkeeper of the steamer Fred Tron,
Henry P. Kingel, who is charged with having
in his possession ten $10 counterfeit bills on
the Citizens Bank of Louisiana, was before the
Police Court yesterday, and was held in bonds
of $800 for his appearance on Saturday.
Anderson, guardian of Alvaretta Anderson, a mi
nor, vs. Harriet A. Betls. et. al. Petiiiou for purti
tiou. The ouestiun iuvulved the constructlun of Ihe
will of O. C. Butts, deceased, which guvs the coutrol
of tbe whole estute of the testator (amounting to
ahout SIAu.iiuo) tothewlduw until theoldestdauxhter,
Kiuma, became twenty-one years of ago, and then if
she desired partition It whs to be made. The widow
refused to Uke under the will, aad elected to take
under the law. One of the eliiUlron named in the
will died iHifore tho testator, aud another whs bom
b'slorebls death. Itunua married the plulntitT, aud
died before she whs eighteen years of uge, leaving
H was held Uy Judge 8 to re r thai, under tbe 41st
section of the Statute In rotation to wills the child
born after tho will took the same share of the estate
as thosenamed in the will ; that upon tbe death ot
i.mnia her portion of the entnte descended to her
child, and although sho was not 21 years of age at the
time of her death, the estato descended to her heir,
who was entitled to partltlou thereof.
Ferguson A Lung for peti Honor.
Takino a'ai-sks rnoM this Clerk's Orrics. It
was remarked by Judge Storer tout between two aud
three hundred hies of papers were now out from the
Clerk's oftice, having been taken awuy by members
of the bar. The Court had now Biado an order that
no more papers should be allowed out.
Uchulti vs. Thomas A suit on trial before Jmlge
Moadley to recover the balauoe due upon a mortsage.
Tbe defense claims that it was paid, btallo fuA plain
tiff: Oorwine for defeuse.
Daniel llotishelmer vs. John Powuer. Action on
trial In Judge spencer's branch of the Court, to re
cover damages tor an alleged slander and malicious
prosecution. Tlieplalutlllisan iun-keeperof Ureen
Township; he alleges that In April last defendant
used expressions to signify that a sum of money
amounting to 82,500, which had been atnleufrom him,
was concealed in the house of plaintiff; and that lie
(defeudantlswore out a warrant and caused search to
be made iu plaintiff's hoiiso for tbls money. The
plaintiff claimed he was Injured to the extent of
i by these acts, aud asked a verdict fur that
The defendant denied using tbe language Imputed
to him; headultted he swore out the warrant but
deuled that he bad any nialioe. aud eoutended thut
there was probable cause fur what he did. The mouey
was taken lu gold aud silver from the house of de
fendaut, and It appears he was induced to consult a
fortune teller lu the city, in the hop that he might
get some clue to It.
K. A. Ferguson and Judge Moore for plaintiff;
Judge Caldwell aad I. PowelT for defeuse.
The weather since onr last Issue has been warm and
P'oasant with a slight shower of rain yesterday morn
ing. Tho River continues to recede slowly with seven
feet hence to Louisville. Business on the Wharf
yesterdsy, was very dull, there being ve'rv little ship
ping for any port. Rates liaro not changed end we
continue lo a,uoto:
fJJ',TI.,'"",0 -Co,nn' f"c j Motsseea, tto.J Whisky
Fl""ri.3,,3-l Pork and tard, 4Uc. j Pound Freight,
w. per Hl ins.
NASHvi..i,rwhlsky, sne. per brl.i Ale,0o.j Pound
Freight,, avap.io. per hundred.
T. Louis. Heavy Pound Freights, Joe. per inn;
Ilhllky S,'1 A08- Per brl.; stoves, .tc. Ale, toe.
P" brL ,Jo Eransrllle-Whisky and Oil, cie. To
perh hlsky and Oll.tocj Pound Freights, JOtf825c.
nNSw """Afs -Whlsky and Oil, 7.; rionr, 3.j
Pork, unc.i Way Lots, Hoc.. RaCnn and other Pound
Freights. Me. p-r hundred; Horses, 110 per bead; Dry
Qooda, tuc. per hundred.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
since our last include Ihe Mariner end
Tigress, from Pittsliirg, with good cargoes. The W.
1. Maclay and J. 8. Prlnglcare I from St. Louiswlth
fair trips of freight. The Hlhberd passed up for
rittsbnrg from ISaahvllle yesterday. The Ohio No. S
cleared for Marietta, and the J, B. Ford for Wheel
ing, loaded as deep as the present stage of water will
allow. The Memphis left for Memphis, and the Mar
iner for St. Louis, with good trips.
i. .."."VM "i7B',,",0n"i Portsmouth ; Ouperlor, Mad-lmi.iiJ-
B- '""I. Louisville; 8. P. hihherd. hash
W ' T' te"""'; 'svllle I 8- Prlnglo, St. Louis;
nUsburg 1 ,Urh,er Peburg ; Tigress)
-.D11 4 !l".K" . B "Jpn , Portsmouth ; Superior,
Madison; Ohio No. 8, Marietta; 8. P. Hthberd. Pitts'
M,r"; I'''''er, Maysvllle; J. B. Ford. Wheollng;
Memphis, Memphis; Mariner. Bt. Louis. """"
The Jacob Strader had not arrived from Louisville
nt a late hour last evening, she having grounded on
Rising Sun Bar. The Superior takes the placo of the
Strader In tho Mnll Lino, end the Tigress takes the
place of the Superior in the Madison trade. At
Louisville, as we learn fiom the Courier of yesterday,
the rlvor was falling slowly, with two feet nine Inches
water on the Falls, and four feet ten Inches In the
canal by the mnrk. The Courier says ?
The Dunlelth, with a heavy freight for Nashville,
ataneil out of the canal about six o'clock ynterdnr
muruiug. when the strong current forced her heail
rnrsinost on tho bar at Sand Inland, anil in swinging
round, she struck the after post ol the Lebanon, lied
to the Kentucky shore just below the old warehouse,
and her water whoel was broken off close to hor hull.
wiiin.1 mimem. me uoai united
some distance down to the Portland landing, w here
the ferry boat Kxcelsior took hold of tbo crippled
boat and towed her to tbe shore. This mishap will
cost the owners ot the boat about 1,WK), In addition
to the detentions. The water wheel, shaft, and pit
man dropped ororboard, aud made to the bottom of
The Lebanon was considerably damaged by the
collision, having her guard and fantall broken.
.i.He,,ofo?,,h". channel followed, or ran close along
Hie side of Sand Island at the foot of the Island!
Mow the bar extends nearly half across the channel
to the rocky reef, a oug the Kentucky, down past tbo
old warehouse, with a current as swift aa the rapids
, . l"v p"r oi a Biour. uoat Is re
quired to stem the current. Several boats, especially
L i?i,.'irn ,hy" 1t Power enough in cope
with this mighty tide, and have been compelled io
succumb in one way or another.
PiTTSBcao. The Dispatch of yesterday says:
Tk. aulh.. m.II. , . ...
a ..- m,n., vuiuiiiun uioor ana warm, witn indi
cations yeMerdny evening of another shower. Tho
. . . .., .-uv.. w ...iot nine mciies scant, wuu
less than three feet on Class House. The long con
tinued high water has filled up the channel on the
bars, and the receding rlvor is again slowly cutting
them out; lor a day or two longer, and while this
,,.,., t ...,.,.,, ,.,,... , navigation will
uot be materially increased. On the wharf business
Was lint lnilCh Chanced. Nhlnnln- nnntlt...... ... .1 a
the nsnul rate for the season. There were no arrivals
j. ...., . . a... "" "juuib, ana uarmonia
for hashville, cl.ared with moderate trips. At the
eleven ton-boats were tied up or waitiug for trips.
ine rort mitn (Arlc.) Times of tbe 4th, says:
VhA VlnlA. a- Ann.!..- An .Ka Al a , 1 1 ..
. a. , ' ""8 uenu in tuo river
above this place, recently got into a pocket where
she now remains surrounded by sand-bars waiting a
The Helena Democrat, of KatiirrfiLv !.,-,. r
a passenger, who went down on the J a rnnn r
Memphis, on Thnrsday last, that soon after leaving
jucuipuis, au umcer oi mat uoat KiCKuu one or tho
deck-hands overhonvil. unH hn wa H....4 mi
, ' ' uivnuuu, iUI
perpetrator of the inhuman act could not be found
. .. A..,, .It... , .A..
vu i, iu, .uuft luau ma. lie was one ox tne omcers.
ue .nasuTiuo American nas tne following;
TI.A r..t.m A.I..UA I . . ....
a vu.-iA aii mn. uikui iu a U1IUI OieU COOO ItlOn,
having met with a serious accident at Hyde's Ferry.
hrpt.li in - wri.t. liii,.tii. hup a.uIi...iu. -t .
entirely ruining her larboard engine. The Kllu will
tnke the phice of tbo Cuba in the l'adurah trade
NAsuviLLK. lhe river was failiua aluuiv w,.,i
nciday with t,'j feet on the shoals.
The Lebanon is announced for Pittsburgh this
evenlug The regular Friday packet Courier
leaves this evening, at i p. m., for Wheeling.......The
Caledonia loaves for Maysvile, at 12 m The Bos
ton, Capt. Hohnshall, leaves for Big Sandy, at S p. M.
Tbe Telegraph, Capt. Hildrcth, Is tbe mail-boat
for Louisville at noon to-day Tbe Forest Queen,
Capt. Conway, leaves for Madison at the same hour.
Tho Judge Torrence will leave for New Orleans
at 12 m., The fine passougor-steiimcr Llghtfoot,
Capt. Frazier, leaves for Nashville this evoning. For
speed, accommodation and attentive officers this boet
has no superior. Clerks Motcali'c and O'Hara will
devote themselves to tho wants and comforts of passengers.
Tbebk will a third and perhaps the last sale
of Lota at Qreenwood, on Monday, 23d instant
The demand for lots at Greenwood indicate a
better feeling in Beal Estate, and a very proper
appreciation of the looality and advantages of
the place. Cars leave at 3 o'clock, Monday
afternoon. See advertisement in another col-
A match factory at the corner of John and
Wade streets took fire yesterday afternoon, but
before any serious damage was done tho flames
were drowned out by the fire department
$150 will cover the damage.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
A Great Battle Expected at Novi.
The French Army ou the Alps Impeded
THE SARDINIANS EVACUATE T0RT0NA.
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
By Express from Halifax to Sackville.
Sackvillr, N. B., May 19 The express
having arrived with tbe dispatches lor tbe
Associated Press, furnished by the arrival of
the Canada at Halifax, we are now enabled to
transmit the full details of the European intel
The War News.
At London, on the 7th lost, intelligence was
hourly expected of a serious battle between the
contending foroes, but nothing of importance
had occurred up to that time.
The Austrians have crossed the Po near the
Cambis, and advanced toward Fala. They bad
alio made an unsuccessful attempt to oross the
same river near Trassinelto, on the 3d inst.
The Sardinian aoeount of the latter effort says
that the cannonading lasted fifteen hours. It
commenced at four o'olook in the afternoon of
the 4th, and was kept up during the remainder
of the day. The Pieduionteso troops had but a
few wounded, while the Austrians suffered con
siderably. The Austrians on the 3d commenced a can
nonade from the direotion of Valenza, without
The ofiioial bulletin issued at Turin on the
4th says that the Austrians have increased their
force at Vereilli and constructed defensive
works. They have also oooupied Prlne and
Tobletto, having their vanguard at Tronians.
They withdrew last night from Portona, and
yesterday burnt seven arches of the bridge of
Pcrlvla at Plaoensa. The demolition of the
bouses erected on the fortifications has also
A Hamburg telegraph lo despatch says that
England has officially notified the government
that she will not be able to proteet commercial
vessels in case of a war between German and
The London Olobe'g Paris correspondent
says that Queen Viotoriabas sent aa autograph
letter to the Emperor Napoleon, expressing
eoufidenoe in bis strict honor, and that be
would not go a step furthw than he assured
some months since.
The London News looks for tbe first great
battle to occur at Novl.
A large portion of the French army had
been unable to oross the Alp in consequence
vi Kum jiaoses oeiog DiocEea up witn snow.
Tbe portion that had succeeded in orossing
It is reported that Prince Napoleon will
oommanu a corps oi zo.UUU troops on the shores
of the Adriatic.
The Turin correspondent of the London
Dally News asserts positively that France is
about to mobilise between seven hundred
thousand and eight hundred thousand men.
and that the French army on the Rhine will
amount to 500,000, as tha Emperor fears that
Germany will not remain quiet.
The same correspondent also asserts, that on
the day the Emperor leaves Paris for the army,
he will address a solemn manifesto to Europe,
espousing the cause of nationalities.
The Paris Moniteur states that Austrian
vessels in French ports, or those entering in
ignorance of the war, are to have a delay of
six weeks. It also states that the Emperor
has decided that Austrian subjects may con
tinue to reside la France and the French ool
onies as long as their eonduct furnishes no
reason for complaint.
Steamers are being chartered at Havre to
ennvoy stores and troops from Marseilles to
ine Austrian Ambassador before quitting
Paris, confided tbe Protection of Austrian ink.
jecta to the Dutch Ambassador. It was re
ported that the trench government was endea
voring to secure the neutrality of Prnssia, and
hsd promised on their side not to form an army
of observation on tbe Rhine, and that the war
shall be confined to Italy.
The French subjects in Austria placed them
selves under the protection of the Spanish
Minister. An Austrian corps of observation
will be posted near Cracow, to watch the Rus
sians who were gathering on the Austrian fron
tier. The citizens of Milan had been ordered
to doliver np all the arms in their possession.
Gen. Wi neper has been entrusted with the
defense of Prieste and tbe Illegrlan coast.
The Russian Consul, at Venice, had under
taken the protection of the Sardenian subjeote
in that city. The Kins? of Sardinia had issued
a decree, giving a forced eurrency to the notes
of tbe National Bank, at Turin. The Bank
has, moreover, authorised the issue of addi
tional notes to the amount of 6,000,000 francs
and engages to lend tbe Guvernment.,0,000,000
francs at two per oent. per annum.
Arnsteen and Esklesis the name of tbe house
which failed at Vienna. Money was so scarce
at Vienna that tho disoount on first rate paper
was 10(S,12 per oent.
Viitn-A, May 6. The offloial bulletin of
Gen. Guylai reports that on Wednesday, "we
made a demonstration near Caudia and Tras
renetti. Our side bad twenty wounded near
Carnale. We hare thrown a bridge over the
Po River, and the troops haveorossed and for
tified tho head of tbe bridge. Yesterday on
our railroad near Verona, a train filled wltb
troops came in collision with the ammunition
wagons, some of which exploded, killing 23 of
our men and wounding 127 others."
Ubeat Bbitain. An election riot took
place at Limerick. The military were oalled
out and fired on the mob, killing two and
At tbe Chester cup races, Leamington wo,
the American Pryorees coming in fourth.
Twenty-three horses ran.
Dr. Lardner is dead. The Prince of Wales
had embarked at Civita Verobia on a British
man-of-war for Gibraltar. The Duke of Leeds
(not Lewes) is dead. It was said that Persi
quy will certainly be the French Ambassador
to London. It was reported in military circles
that the Ministers of Great Britain intended
to call out tbe whole militia. Fifty new battal
ions are to be added to the line. Lord Cowley
readied London on Friday, end held aprotrae
interview with Lord Malmesbury.
Tho Archbishop of Vienna had issued a
postorial letter, attacking Piedmont and the
ambition of Napoleon. A counter rcvevolu
tiou by the troops had taken placo in Parma
iu favor of the jDucal Government, and the
reigning Duchess had re-entered her Terri
tory. Great activity prevailed iu tho English
Naval Department. More vessels have been
placed in commission, and recruiting was
There is nothing important from Italv. At
tho last advices, the Austrians appeared to be
retreating, but nothing was known as to the
object of their maneuver.
Ilome was tranquil.
The French troops will not leave at present.
Six thousand Austrians, provisioned for
Bix months, had arrived at Ancona.
Sir Moses Montepiero has failed in his mis
sion to tho Pope, respecting tho boy Mor
The London Times says that European
Turkey is on tho eve of rising. There was
great agitation in the Southern provinces.
The Porte has 120,000 troops concentrated at
Shumln, and Omar Pasha was hastening from
Bagdad. Tho writer thinks that tho days of
tho Mussulman in Europe are numbered.
Additional from Havana.
Nw York, May 19. Tbe steamer Kamak,
from Havana on the 12th inst., arrived here
this evening. Uer dates are not as late as
have already been received. The Havana pa
pers report that two cargoes of Africans wero
landed reoently, on the Eastern coast of the
Two propellors were oft the Island a few
days previously, whioh were supposed to bo
filled with fillibusters.
Serious Railroad Accident—Fifteen or
Twenty Persons Injured.
SYRACtisg, May 18 As the Buffalo and
New York Express train, due in this city at
10.25 A. M., was passing a crossing one milo
west of Jordan, a cow jumped between the
tender and baggage car, throwing two pas
senger cars oft' the track. The conductor,
Thomas S. Gifford, was killed, two or three
passengers fatally injured, and fifteen or
twenty more or less injured.
The train is momentarily expected in this
city, when we will give the names of the in
jured. Bur-rAM), May 1 Tha aooidont yesterday
on tbe New York Central Railroad, was caused
by tbe morning Express train from Buffalo
being thrown off by a oow which jumped upon
the track. The eonduotor, Mr. Gifford, was
Instantly killed, and a number of the passen
gers were Injured. The wounded were taken
Byeaclbi, May 10. The following is a list
of the persons injured by the accident on the
New York Central Railroad, yesterday :
Samuel Slosson, of Canada, very badly in
jured can hardly survive) Thus. Wilson, of
Rochester, N. Y., badly cut and bruised t G.
Kimball, ditto, badly bruised ; Rachel Bos
man, of New Orleans, badly bruised j Mrs.
Matilda Brown, of New Orleans, badly
bruised Mr. Brown, ditto, slightly bruised";
Maria , of Pinua, 0., slightly hurt; J.
Holmes, of Millorsburg, O., do.t James Barr,
of Hamilton, (5. W., do.; H. V. Kellogg, of
Bridgewater, N. Y., do.; Otto Redmeister, of
Toledo, O., do.; John Clark, of Covington,
0., do.; Sarah Brown, of Oswego, do.; Miss
Adelia Hewitt, of Montreal, do.; James N.
Hutchinson, of Foyetteville, N. Y., do.; Jo
anna Euzell, of New York city, do.; Pau
line Deveree, do. do.; John McCoy and wife,
of Mattoon, Illinois, do.; Mrs. Bobbin and
child, of Potosi, Wis., do.; Mrsi .Hewitt, of
Cinoinnati, do.; Samuel Burdsall, a blind
man, of Huron, 0., do.
Hakiibidbo, May 19. On motion of Mr.
Harding, tbe Supreme Court awarded this
morning, a pro-eniptory mandamus against the
Commissioners of Allegheny County, in rela
tion to the Bteubenville bonds.
Fire at Zanesvtlle.
portion of tho
County Infirmary was destroyed by fire this
afternoon. Loss $10,000 j no insurance.
General Assembly of the Presbyterian
IsotAXAPoUB, May 19. The General As
sembly of the PreebyUrlan Cburch in the
United States, convened at the Third Presby
terian Church In this City, at 11 o'clock this
morning. In the absenoe of Dr. Seott, of Cali
fornia, the last Moderator, Dr. Rloe, of Ch.
eago, by appointment preached tha opening
sermon, and presided till a new Moderator
was oboseo. Three hundred and twelve dele
gates are already present from every part of
the oountry, and missionaries from Asia and
Africa. Rev. Wm, L. Breckenridge, of Ken
tucky, was elected Moderator by acclamation,
and Rev. Mr. Mann, of New York, temporary
Wii.iitfioTox, Del., May 19. The General
Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (New
School) commenced Its session in this oily at
11 o'clock tbls morning. About 176 delegates
were in attendance at the opening. Rev. Dr.
Thompson, of Buffalo, delivered the opening
sermon on the office and work of Bishop. The
Rev. Dr. Patterson, of Chicago, was elected
moderator, and Rev. Charles P. Bush, of Illi
nois, and Rev. H. E. Miles, of New York,
The city of Pittsburg was seleoted as the
next place of meeting. ,
Washikotoh, May 19. The first Instalment
of the $100,000 of the debt ascertained and
adjusted in the treaty recently concluded by
minister need witn China has been received.
The Administration has recently received
such evidences of the good faith of Great
Britain as to satisfy It in the belief that she is
sincerely disposed to fulfill all her engage
ments wilh this country in regard to the Cen
tral American question.
Just previous to Count Sartlges leaving
Washington, be openly said in conversation
with two well-known gentlemen of the State
of New York, that if there should be a Euro
pean war, as he believed, it would not be with
out embarrassment to our commercial relations,
for the right of search wonld be reasserted and
enforced. This remark was made with em
phasis. Tbe respectability of the party from
1 A.i- i - r ' . , . .
wuuiu inia ininnuaiion is uenvea, leaves no
aouoi oi us tram.
The President has formally accepted the In
vitation of the Trustees of the University of
North Carolina to visit Chapel Hill at tbe an
nual commencement in June. It is expeoted
that the Seoretary of tbe Interior and other
friends will accompany him.
Lieut. Bsrnet has been ordered to tbe sloop-of-war
John Adams, in the plaoa of Van AU
St. Louis, Msy 19. River continues to
rise here. The Illinois is about at a stand.
The Upper Mississippi is receding slowly. The
Missouri is still swelling rapidly all the way
down. Weather dear and very warm.
Pittsbcro, May 19, M. River 3 feet, 8 in
ches by tbe metal mark, and falling. Weather
clear. Mer. 78.
LouisviLLi, May 19 River about station
ary, with b feet in the canal. The weather
alternately clear and cloudy. Mer. 80.
Pittbbubo, May 19 P. M. River threa
feet seven inches by the metal mark and fall
ing. Weather dear and mild. Arrived Sir
Wm. Wallaoe, Argonaut. Departed Clifton
for Louisville and Good Friends for St Paul.
St. Louis, May 19 P. M. River risen six
inohes at this point in the last twenty-four
hours, and continues to swell. The water has
already reached the brow of tbe levee, and tbe
prospoot is that the entire levee will be sub
merged. The Missouri is pouring out at flood
bight, and all it) upper and lower tributaries
are still rising. The Illinois and. Upper
Mlssousi are about stationary, but both are
very high and out of their banks in many
places. Weathor dear and pleasant.
Nkw York, May 19. The great donble
team matoh for $10,000 between Eihnn Allen
and mate, and Lantern and mate, name off
over the Union Course, Long Island, yesterday.
The race was a very exciting one, and the
course was very largely attended by sporting
characters from all parts of the country. There
were five heats, and Ethan Allen was declared
the victor. The first was a dead beat; time
2 m. 4 s. The seoond heat was won by
Ethan Allen; timo 2 m. 27s. The third was
won by Ethan Allen; time 2 m. 40 s. The
fourth was a dead beat. Tbe fifth was won by
Ethan Allen; time 2 m. 35 s. beating by only
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, May 19.
FLOUK The market was very dull to-day, and
prices nominal. The only sales were SO brls. extra
White Wheat at 87 Ml, and 100 do. superfine at 7".
closing unsettled. Kit brls. were received tbe last
WHISKY The market Is dull, and prices He.
lower, boles of 650 brls. at Sac, including that from
WtO VISIONS There was nothing; of consequence
doue, and prices must be regarded nominal. Tbe
only sale was 3-1 lihds. Bacou bides at fctc. Buyers
generally hold back.
tiUOCKKIKS The market Is unchanged, with a
moderate demand. Sales of Sugar at 7(5.7?io. Mo
lases3hc., and Coffee at llli'-ic.
HICK A sale of 40 tierces at 6.o. at the landing.
In the small way t'Ab!ic on the current rates
WHIAT The merket Is dull and unsettled, and
prices so Irregular that accurate quotations can not
begivou. Sales 100 bush, prlmo While at (1 ivi; 160
Red, t SI 4 ; do. do. at 1 45, and ami do.
White, from wagons. at SI Anl M. Holders gener
ally bare retired their stocks from the market, and
there is not any sound lota offering- at Ihe alwve quo
tations. COBV The market Is steady and firm at ?9a'jc.
KYK A talr demand, and prices are steady at
1 O.lm.1 oft,
BAULKY The market is quiet, and dull at 45
OAT8-8e.es l.OOn bush, at SSc.; l.fOO do. at 63c..
and 3oo do. at 61c. Market dull aud drooping.
BALED HAY A continued brisk demand, and
prime Timothy Is now selling at (20 per tun ou arri
val, and S21 from store.
BUTTER The market is steady, and prices un
changed. We quote choice yellow Western Jteserve
at ItHSltfc., aud prime Ohio at 14i&17c.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, May 19—P. M.
Flour unsettled and 1625c. lower; sales l,O0O brls.
at S5 (Kxati SO; superfine State lt,7 40; extra $5 .
so: superfine V, estern J7 5of,7 74; round hoop Ohio
closing heavy. Canadian Flour nominal' f 7 j&as 75
extra. Small sales Uye Flour H 755 00.
Wheat heavy and I Mnivo . lower; small sales at Si TO
ffil 74 for Winter Bod Western, and (1 A.VS1 frs for
unsound do. Rye lower; sales 3.400 bushels at flub
1 02. Barley dull; sales 340 bushels California at TiicT
Corn lower; sales 23 out) bushels at 2ftWto. mixed
Western; 7c. Hound Yellow; use. Jersey Yellow.
Oats lower and dull at 57$5to. for State, and tu&eio.
Tor Western and Canadian.
Whisky unchanged; sales 500 brls. at SOrtoJlc.
Pork heavy aud lower, except for prime mess; sales
S.3UU brls. oi S17 e.yu.lg 24 for mess: SI9 for prime
mess; 814 aus&l., 74 for prime, Including l.iwo brls.
prime at buyer's option; 30 days at I6; and 1,501 br'a.
prime moss on tho spot at Sly.
Beef firm; sales I.WSi brls. at 77 SO for conn try -
Crlrao, 93 75 for do. mess; tl'mii for reaackua
hicago, i6vlT for extra. Priiuo mess Beef lirm;
sales .14 tierces at If 30. bVef Hams dull; 114 HU7.
Bacon umet; sales Inu hhds. sheur clear smoked bides,
for California, at 13S,c. Cut Meals less buoyant:
sales a'K) nacksg at IHmMo. for Shoulders, and
6 ValnHo. lor Hams. Lard dull and heavy; sales 7UO
brls. at -Alitc.. and l.uou kegs at la.V
Butter steady; f7(,2ik. for state and Western.
Cheese dull at 5V.V ., as In uualiiy.
Cotton nomiual at 11c. tor Middling Upland
Sugar quiet at 6'iKHc. for Muscovado.
Unseed Oil heavy at 6ai67o.
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, May 19—P. M.
S- rT3"1?,? . SuarHUteed, Si-; N. f . C.
7Ji; Heading tjVa. Mo. do. 3 Clone
BALTIMORE, May 19.
dec! nasi 24e: Howaul and Ohio, 7,ii.
51ti'UAWh,Uft'o';?' v7 Wl m tt
fTt.0"JfvYh'u a-wllosl J(ii.3e; Ylluw arils at
). Provisions nutot. Whisky dull.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, May 19.
unchanged. The Canada's advicaa had ae s
effect oa the market.