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imAM' "Y01l VTO LtT," "LOST,'1
.ZilzrS re- '". thl' eolnmn.ocenpylng threa lines
or leee, two .nswrtlont, twenty-Ate mm,
TANTED A OlfiL To do housework
i.Ti.. '"MH fcrnur. Apply at No. 13 Mc.ar.
land street. jel.h
WANTED Any number of Terrier Pups
are well. Price on dollar. Cull at tl.. ...hie. i,n
ti :. :. . . . -aii at ne inuin on
?. d .h ' betWMII Vln end Bace, end Third
VVNTED A young man aaed to farming
tT? '""elllgeace Agency, No. SHI Went Row.
JI-M A. D. PARI. ON A CO.
VABTED GIRLS A (rood machine
.hHnl batting handa: at Dre. N. C. A I).
N. Deniela' Trnee and Shoulder Brace manufactory,
No. 4 Weat fourth atreet. Nona need apply but
tlioae who wish employment throughout the year.
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WANTED GIRL To do general house
" work. Apply at It Charlra afreet, Kim aboTe
Canal. jel b
TANIED-T8N lOTJNG LADIES
T of genteel addreat, to attand Saloon. Apply
at Queen t'lly Garden.
WANTED By the manofaotnrer, a good
business man to manage hla bnalneee In Ohio.
Indiana and Kentucky; or will aire him half iaten-at
III hla who) bnalneaa In tha United fltatea, to the
right kind of a man; amallcapltnlroiinlred. Addriaa
A. ., Dally Treat office. jel-b
WANTED A BOY At tha Burnett S
loon, Mo. Hi Watt Fifth Street. Jal-b
WANTED BOARD In a private family,
not mora than tiro or tlx aqnaree from the
Foaterno, and where there are no other boarder.
Addreae, with term, ALFRED, Lock Box 49ft..
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ANTED A gentlemen of good address,
Of flntt raff bmlllMI .al-M.. kavltia - .
traalvleecflalntBnce tn th city anion the bntlnna
iKium-a. nmerpncea nin ne unexceptionable. Ad
iiivbb nun cm,., jruaioince.
WANTED TO PAINTERS A journey,
man Fntnter, n (rood workman wanta em
ployment In eonie palut ahop, where work would to
eteady. No objection to leave tha city. Address
fainter. Preen office, for two daye. my3M
WANTED A good Burnisher on Silver
. 1 , "'""'I Oooda: at II. MILLKR'8 Plating Fa.
tubli. im. nt, No. ?I7 Elm atreot, between Longworth
and Sixth, weet aide. niy:il-b
WANTED A GIRL To do work in it
amall family. Iminlre at No. .7 Webater at.,
between Sycamore and Broadway. tnyl-b
WANTED SITUATION A young man
wishes to obtain at .nation at aome light
mploynient; good reference given. Aildreaa P. .,
Treat office. myn
."WANTED A man and woman to go to
, the country to work on a farm.
- '.. J. 8. CHENOWETH ft Co.,
) mySl-b n Trent ttre-t, eatt uf Broadway.
WANTED HELP A man and hit farol
. ly to take charge of a farm. Apply at the
.General Intelligence Agency, No. 3e2 Weatern Bow.
my,H-l A. D. CARSON A CO.
WANTED STEAM POWER To ruu
two aawa upon flrat or teennd floor. Direct
8TSAM POWER, at thlt office, atatiug location and
tertnt. ma) 31-1)'
WANTED A SITUATION In a private
family at Milliner and Dreie-maker: or gen-
eral aeamatreea. No objection to ijoing a few mi lee
Into the couutry. Addreat 0. P., Pottoffice, Cincin-
VANTED SEVENTY MEN To tell
. . four domeattc articlee, two patented. Routea
alvenln Illlnoia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michi
gan and Now York. Men are clearing from 3 to 510
C,?"? ' No- 2 lloomi South-waat corner ul
Bightll and Weetern Row. my.W-b
"Vl7ANTED"Two 8od bn' mon lo
, .7 7 . manage a State Agency, that doet pay from
30 to 100 per week. A tinall capital or goodtecurlty
e required. Two 8tatet given to each mau ifregmred.
ApP,.t,,t No. 3 Room, tiouth-weet corner of Eighth
and Weatern Bow. my.KI-b
SANTED IMMEDIATELY To run a
w," Binger Sewing Machine; an Irlah girl nr-
ferred. Apply Immediately to C. UBALY, No. .W
Broadway, Cincinnati, O. my3u-b
VKTANTED Clerka, waitore, young man to
.7, " travel: alto, bnalueea men with from (loo to
I.jM), can boar of good altiiatlona br anplyin at the
Oeneral Iutelllgeuce Agency, No, 32 Weatorn Bow.
myW-b A. P. 0AR80N A CO.
V7'ANTED--A man who anderaUndi the
, ' . careof Horsea, and to work tn garden. Ad
dreat Lock Box 2435, Pottufflce, with reference.
ANTED PEDDLAR To tell new
. fn(ir r,l,i n make good profit. Apply
at 129 Weat Front street. niySO-L
'r '. WANTED NOTICE ImuorUnt to bul
.; neat men- A busiueas man la now wanted to
engage In a profltublo manufactiirlng buaineee. A
. ealury of V23 per weuk cn be certainly rnnlixed. Ap-
ply at the Ueneral lnttlllgence Agency office, No. tf
. ' Wetru Bow, A. D. (JAB80N 4 00. myW-b
ANTED A SITUATI0NAi got
erneaa of amall children, In a family raiding
a few m lea from the city, flood referenoea given and
, required. Adilreet 0. Y. C, Preea olHre. my;o
WA N T B D A SITUATION BY A
tZI v Y0UI0 .M ?," Book-keeper, Aeeietant
' Book-kooper, Entry Clerk, or aoniethlng of the
kind; or would take charge or a aet of Booka were it
,, . required only a part of hit time. Would work for a
very email salary. The beat of refereucea given at to
qualllliutlon aud character.. Addreat Box 1173, Oln-t-,
tlnnuti, O. myia-aw
WANTED GIRLS Wantinggood plaoea
to do houeework or chamherwork. Call im.
mediately at Mre. WARNER'S Intelligence Ofnce,
Oi i Weat Fifth street. Also, Ladlea wanting good
p. . help, can obtuin them by calling at tba above No.
j . . . L.
"' WANTED IMMEDIATELY Young.
,7 ' 1" Middle-aged Men, Mechanic, Farniere,
, 11'. P00!",1 Lw,ra, Teachera, Studenla, aud in
fact all Intelligent and energetic me.i who are out of
employ, or who desire to change their occupation for
a time lc oidpr to recruit their henllli and iuvigoiale
, ! , ', ,n oruur engage In a pleasant aud
Cincinnati. Ohio, or by addreaaina
' . II. M. RUXI80N,
"'M-h"" Cincinnati, 0.
IOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE Several
. hundred exchange racers that will anawer for
wrapping up goods
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IiOR BALE RECEIVING DAILY Extra
' aeleotad Western Keaerva Table Butter. Alao,
pure Maple Sugar for Sirup; and prime Family
Cheese. Wltolvtula aud retail, at 3S7 West Sixth at ,
near Mound. my3l -dt
FOR SALE A light manufacturing bust
neat, on very reasonable terms; a capital of SHI'
or 171 only required in advance. For purticularn
inquire of A. 11. CARSON CO.. No. 12 Western
IOR SALE A NEWFOUNDLAND DOG.
Inquire at No. 121 Baymiller street, north ol
Catharine. (my30-b' J. W. PRESTON.
FOR SALE OR RENT That desirable
three atury Brick Dwelling or eleven rooms,
' Ne. 33.) eoutb tido Sixth at ret, near Smith; hat nil
modern improvement and la in thorough repair.
Apply to J. W. WAYNE, at Hardware Store, 1'JC
Malnatreet, near Fifth. niyZO-b
IIOR 6ALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS"
Wagons, Spring Wagona and Fanners' Wagont,
new and evcoud-uand. J. B. PALMER,
r aiyaa-atwiw ot Bank tt., near Weeteru Bow.
BOARDING A gentlemen and lady and
few gentlemen can be acoommodated pleasant
i: A1?0iy Boardere, at m Weat Fifth ttreet, bet.
Elm aud Plum. je)-b
BOARDING A gentleman desiring a room
mate, and wishing a pleasant room on eecond
Bror.gua, c , can be acoommoiUtod by applying at
No. 81 Harrison atreet. eaat of Bruadwuv. hMmwn
rift li and sixth. Also, a room for a gentleman and
It wife, or two tingle gentlemen. niyau-b
DnOARDINO Two gentlemen and theii
-sLav wivea. or a few single gentlemen, can be accom.
madated with gentoel board. In a private fcnilly, ou
reaaonabla tortus, by addretaing
Board," H"x 'M,
BOARDING Two unfurnished front rooms
on second and third floora, for gentlemen and
their wivea, wlthjboard, at No. m Baca ttreet. Re
ierence reiuliad. my26-b
OARDING A gentleman and wife, or
two tingle gentlemen, can be accommodated
'lib a pleasant room and board, at tm Weat Firth
f fJ0ARDJNG-i-0n or two gentlemen can
JL obtain a pleaaant furnlahed room with board,
at No. IU7 Longwortb ttreet, between Elm and Plum.
Terms moderate. - . . iuy21-b
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;,'OKRS0N'AL-WiUlJ. who tent mann
' . scripts, ftrv; Indieate'phwe and time of meeting
yaddtaalng'H" Uk Bx aaj. Po.lomoe.
N B. Everp-ililngUaalraw;toltejnlwaedwlU le
feuse in PvtlvtUt,e.i I
f OST IN C0VIN0T0;-0n Sunday Af
MA I ternoon laat, a Ladv' Breaat Pin, either an
Scott, Fourth or (Jarre-., i street. The name of tha
ow,?f1ta nrved on tha Inrlde. The flndnr will ba
8AMIJEL BEMINQRAY, corner of Third and Mtl-
T.PST On Sunday Evening, May Mth,
"T" 8nB,t?"S r"' on Court, Rlttenhonae or Clarke
?Jr,t!, TTh8l",,r wlU be rewarded by leaving It at
No. law Linn ttreet. iny3t-b
T OST COW A few dayt ainoe a red dar
"f h."m w wl,h white apota abont her head and
neck; horna allghtly crninplel: waa rather fat. Held
cow eeraped froio the lot of Mri. Judge BURNETT,
corner Seventh and Elm street.. $lb Rewanl will
be given for her return, or any Information re.oert
l"g ber. my30-a
IOR RENT A desirable Store Room, with
. a room back and one up atalre, together with
Imaement rooms, at No. Wl Vine afreet, between
Fifth and Sixth. Inquire at the Bank of Savings, on
Bixth eereet, iel.h
FOR RENT The modern Dwelling Hons
No. Seventh street. In Hue order, ten rooms,
bath, water cloeet, hall, with a two-atory Iron veran
day In front. Apply on the preraisea, myM-aw
TjOR RENT A amall Houae of tlx rooms,
. . with front and back vard, No. 13 Orantatreet,
between Elm and Plum and Twelfth and Thirteenth
eta. Inquire on the premise.. Some furniture for
tale If required. myat-b
IOR RENT A deelrable Houte on Mt.
Auburn, containing ten rooma. For particu
lars Inquire of J. BEVAff, No. 243Vine ttreet. at
the office of J, Bevan ft Co my23-ot
FOR RENT A Basement nndor the Na
tlonal Dining Saloon, 214 Vine ttreet, nearBlxth.
It It the molt convenient and handy, for any respect
able bualneaa In the city. my ad
FRESH TABLE BUTTER.
I AM NOW RECEIVING EXTRA TABLE
BUTTER, by Express, from Marvaville, Ohio.
Each famlliea la In separate tlrklna ao aa to have It
extra. Do not fall to come and aee for yourselves at
Jel-aw 2t Sixth street, Cincinnati, 0.
GENTLEMEN My Summer Stook la now
complete, comprising torn now and elegnnt
ttyiea, which for neatneaa, comfort and durability
cannot be enrpasaed; customers can alwara rely on
getting a good and eaay fit. Call and try it. Prices
very reasonable. J. H. DETERS,
ny24 No. 63 West Fourth street. .
Clothing Intelligence. ,
Oomplimentt to all. Will be home for three monthi.
10 Eaat Fourth Street.
Juki 1,1859. (387)
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
10 Enet Fourth Street.
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Ties, New,
10 Eaat Fourth Street.
sWWill remove to the corner of Fourth and Vine
Brat of Aognat.
Tbi DAILY PRESS ia to be had regularly
at Church' Poit-olDoe itand.
See Auction Sales on Fourth Page.
Auibicah Express hag our thankt for eon.
About ten o'clock tint evening, tha excur
sionist from Chicago will arrive in thi city.
' The display of flower in Fifth-street mar
ket, yesterday, was most magnificent. - -
The erection of several building ha been
suspended for want of brick.
M. & J. Bbittinq of 227, west Fifth Street,
have new style French Bonnets. See their
Quite a number of our oitixen will attend
th Republican Convention at Columbus to
morrow. las Neil House, at Columbus, will be the
head-quarter du-ing tha Republican State
Wk. Blown will have a hearing before Jud ge
Low next Friday, oharged with stealing two
Mr. Lewis Bake, formerly lessee of the
National Theater, of this city, ha withdrawn
from that institution.
A little boy named George Cass was
drowned in the Ohio River, near the Water
Works, day before yesterday.
Wobkmen are busily engaged in repairing
the room of the Police Court. In a few days
that institution will present a different ap
pearance. Mb. Johw Bbow was "done brown" to the
tun of one months' imprisonment in the
County jail, by Judge Lowe, yesterday, for
stealing a pistol valued at one dollar. ,
Tai agency of the Great Western Coal Oil
Company of Newark, Ohio, is to be found at
Ne. 13, weat Front Street. See advertisement
in another oolumn.
Robebt Whalino whaUd Lis wife and
children a few day ago, for which offeree
Judge Low sent him to the City Prison for the
term of ten days. Served him right.
A mad dog wbioh, after quite a ohase, took
refuge in the collar of a bouse on Qano Street,
was shot, yesterday, by officer Qrogen of the
The proposed honors to the memory of the
late aron Humboldt, which were to come eff
the 12th of June, have been deferred until tb
18th. Judge Stallo will deliver th addresa.
Milton Down i no, a dittant relative to
"Jack," received the benefit of ton day at
Bnnkervllle yesterday. Milton is supposed to
be one of the " sharp ones."
Quite a number of individual plead guilty
to the charge of drunkenness in the Police
Court, yesterday, and were fiued each $3 and
A little boy named Ansoner, fell into the
Miami Canal yesterday, and would have
drowned, had it not been for th timely assis
Unoe of hi play-fellow, a lad named Smith,
who jumped In Justin time to save his life.
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Thi City Connoll meet to-night. Far are
entertained a to th probability of getting a
quorum, a many of the member are delegate
to th Convention whloh meats at Columbus to
morrow.' ' " ' i --a
Rev. Mb. Goodabd arrived in thl city by
tb night-train laat evening, having been de
tained at Crestline'. He will enter at one upon
hi duties at Rector of Christ ChorshJ (Iplto
Tni Hqbticultubal Exhibition W al
way hail with pleasure the display of fruit
and flower with which our excellent Horti
cultural Society favor n.anoV more espe
cially those of each ret'urn'lfjjg 'Spring, bring,
ing before'u the rst results of their Win
ter' eare, and the type of th fruitfulnes of
the coming season, rnpropltimi, in many
respects, as, has, been the '.opening of thi
Spring, the present display haar exceeded
our expectations. The limited space allowed
in the place (elected one of the tine store
rooms of Pike's Opera Building ha com
polled each one to select only hi choicest
plant and finest fruits, and hore w have
them, the representatives of every clime, all
well grown, handsome specimens. Amonc
them we notice particularly, a finely grown,
Hondelalrut tptema, the Euphorlia tplendem,
the Cryptomaria Japoniea, and an old friend
it give n pleasure to look upon from year to
year, the Artcara turce&a, or Norfolk Island
The plant are tastefully grouped within
sodded borders at eaoh side, near the entrance
and around the fountain at the south end. of
the hall, whioh is placed in the center of a
sodded mound. Along the side are tables
bearing th cut flowers and fruits. Of the
latter the strawberries are particularly tempting,
embraoing the usual star varieties of this
neighborhood, with a new competitor, the
WW Albany Sudling, of which Mr. Cary
exhibit tome luscious samples.
' But few early vegetables are yet in; to
morrow, however, they will be presented before
the different Committees for report, and the
display will no donbt be good.
The exhibition will oontinue during the
week, each evening having its own peculiar
attractions. We know of no place where an
hour or two onn be spent more pleasantly or
We had almost forgotten a very Important
feature, namely, the strawberry and cream de
partment, under its shade of evergreens, where,
after passing through a series of temptations,
making your mouth water, yon can satisfy to
the fullest extent the sense of taste also. . Go,
every body, and take your wife and children
along; or if you haven't them what Is equally
interesting In uoh a place your sweetheart.
W understand that the Cincinnati Street
Railroad Company would be willing to aoeept
a route from the City Council, under the ordi
nance, and to modify their projeoted service of
connecting the prosperous villages of Pendleton
and Cumminsville, as to confine the range of
their cars to Broadway and Front street, at
Spenoer House, river Front, thenoe down Front
treet to Vine street, north on Vine street to
Ninth rtreet, west on Ninth street to Linn
street, thenoe north to Bank street, west on
Bank to Freeman atreet, thence past the Brigh
ton House, either by the proposed avenue near
Benckenstein's garden, or some adjacent route
to the corporation line. A return route to
commence at Freeman ' and Bank street by
Freeman street, soulh to Seventh atreet, and
east on Seventh ttreet, connecting with the
track again at Vine street The gnage of rails
designed by thl Company, we learn, is not the
Ohio guage, 4 feet 10 Inches, but the Philadel
phia guage 5 feet 2 inche.
The mild but firm manner of the present Su
perintendent of Markets a well-tried prudent
manager In other offices of trust i securing a
kind disposition in return from the oooupiert
of stalls and stands in the markets, and market-spaces,
and a spirit of peaoe now prevails
in this hostile camp, giving but little occasion
for oomplaint of offenders in the Police Court.
When complicated duties are discharged, in
a spirit of kindness and efftoienoy, the public
should apppreoiate the officer. In the six
weeks' service of the new officer, delinquents, to
the number of near one hundred, have been no
tified to pay their license, and a thousand dol
lars have been paid therefor - into the City
, : ' ' " , : ' " " " ' ! '
. Ax aged negro, for whom some of the offi
cer of the Ninth-street Btation-houso and
residents near the City Lot have a sympathy,
and by whom he has been domiciled in a
rude cabin on the lot adjoining the city pris
on, is demoralising a number of lads who
fret and teaze him so that the enraged Afri
can becomes a nuisance to passers by more
especially to women. A mistaken regard to
the real interest of " General Jackson," as
this veteran darkey is called, is subjecting
young and old to tho annoyanoe of sight and
sound of a petulant and hard-swearing old
man, who should be comfortably housed at
the Infirmary. '"
Maby Smith, an Englishwoman, and said
by the Policemen to be a shrewd plokpocket,
was arrested in the Police Court yesterday
morning, during the trial of her husband,
Harry Smith, who was arraigned on a oharge
of grand larceny. Mary and her husband keep
a house in th Seventeenth Ward, known as
th resort of thieves. She will have an exam
ination next Thursday on a charge of vagrancy.
City Council to be Fetid Abroad. Tho
present arrangement, made, we believe, by
President L'Hominedieu, of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Company, to
make return for Cincinnati hospitality toward
the guests visieing our city to-day, is that the
City Father embark for Chicago, on this day
week, there to be feasted In true Western
style bounteously. A Friday-night meeting
would aeem to be neoessary before leaving.
. Tun Fobest Festival. The novel exhibi
tion entitled the Forest Festival, or Soene in
Fairy Land, at Pike' Opera House, last
evening, was witnessed by a large audience,
the Uouso being quite full. The arrange
ment of the piece and the vocalisation did
hot meet the expectation of many present.
It was a fair, but not a great performance.
Tha Forest Festival will be repeated thi
evening1. .. '
Ma. Jonathan M. Nilis, formerly eoten-
ively engaged in engine and looomotlv build
ing In our city, ha removed from Cinolnnati,
and now reside in New Haven, Connecticut.
lie relinquished, w understand, hi connso
Uoa with tb proposed Queen City Street-railroad
Company. .; . -j -'"U
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Ta sat were seven hun4rod and three cases
brought before the Polioe Judge during the
mouth ending yesterday. ,
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' "Fadbonif" Is soon to issue th Lithograph
f Rev, M. D, Conway, of thi elty. A nnm
ber of hi frisad hart lubiorlbtd fvi copies. ; .
Incidents of the War.
A letter from the Valteltne state that the
Austrian are seising all the arms In tha pos
session of' private individuals there, but a
great many have already been eenretly. re
moved into Switzerland.' 'At poudrln, the
enpitnl of the Valtcline, sAvernl persona bnve
pronounced In favor of a junotjon with Swit
icrland. Four Zouaves arrived lately at the railway
station at St. Etienne to take a train for
Lyons, and ordered soma refreahment.
Whilst they were eating and drinking, they
told, to the amuawment of the bystanders,
tales of their exploit in the Crimea. An
ironmaster of the Loire, who happened to be
present, was so much pleased with them that
he told tho keeper of the buffet to give each
of them a bottle of the best wine, and that
he would pay the whole score. When, then,
the repast being finished, one of the Zouave
f lulled out a purse, evidently containing but
ittle, and asked what he had to pay, the
waiter answered " Nothing and besides,
here is another bottle for ench of yott I" At
the words, "another bottle," the Zouave
pricked up their ears, but asking no ques
tions, they proceeded to drink the wine,
which they pronounced excellent. Noticing
then the ironmaster, one of them said "It is
you, sir, who have given us this treat?" and
the others rose and saluted him in military
fashion. The ironmaster protested that they
were mistaken, but the Zouaves insisted. "It
is youl" said the spokesman of the band, and
then added "We are in too great a hurry to
make a long speech; but if you have occasion
in a few month to go to Vienna, ask for us,
and we will not only show you the cariosi
ties of the place, but will treat vou'to wine
from Prince Metternich's own cellar." They
rushed to the train and departed.
The Belgian Chamber of Representatives
have adopted the bill interdicting the export
of horses by 63 votes to 10.
Galignanl's Messenger of the 15th of May re
marks: Count Rechberg was ad hint to Rad
etssky in 1848, as Civil Governor of Lorn
bardy a post analogous to that now held un
der Marshal Gyulal by Baron de Bulberg. He
Is now considered a man of moderate opinions
and conciliatory disposition.
The Pledmontese Gaiette publishes a procla
mation from Prino Eagene of Savoy Carignan,
thanking the National Guards of Turin for
their alacrity in obeying the appeal made to
them for the defenoe of the eity. A similar
proclamation ha been published by M. Teo
chio, Royal Commissioner at Ivrea, to the peo
ple of that town.
A battalion of Piedmootese marines has
arrived at Leghorn from Genoa, on board the
viotor JSinanuel steamer. They were received
by the population with great enthusiasm.
The Indlpendente, of Turin, states that a
female spy has been discovered In that oapital
by two of Garibaldi'c soldiers.
' The provisional government of Tusaany ha
appointed Lieutenant Colonel Nlcoollnt to the
post of Civil and Military Governor of the
island of Elba.
A letter from Venice states: Archduke Max
imilllan has dissolved his vice-regal court, and
has withdrawn on board the Elizabeth frigate,
In Malamocco harbor. Hi only suit consists
of two aides-de-camp.
A letter from Dresden states that the treas
ury of the State, and all the deposits of specie,
have been removed to the fortress of Kcenig
stein. The Dresden Journal assigns as the
reason for this measure that there is not suffi
cient room in the hotel of the Ministry of Fi
nance. ' i .. . N
A letter from Rome, in the Paris Unlvers
says: Tha Duke de Grammont was lately ad
mitted to an audience of the Pope, having re
ceived a dispatch ordering him to exoress the
sentiraonta of devotedness of the Emperor of
XI TJ , . ... v. .
mo franco mwaras nis Holiness, ana to de
clare that his Majesty was ready under any
eireumstanoe to assist the Sovereign Pontiff
and to protect hi person and his right. The
Pop expressed his thanks, and then, pointing
to a oruoifix, said to the ambassador, "Mon
sieur le Duo, that is what I confide in.", .
The Emperor of Austria has sent an auto
graph letter to the Pope, assuring him of his
eagerness to serve him, and begging his Holi
ness to dispose of him and of his troops. He
add that they shall retire, or limit their occu
pation to suoh places as the Pope may point
out in order to defend the integrity of the ter
ritory of the Church.
The Augsburg Guzette oalls on the German
ladies to give up purchasing any Frenoh arti
cles of millinery. "We must not," it says,
"let German money pass from our pockets into
those of the French and enable them to make
war on us." .
The Vienna journal say that the govern
ment is anxious to see free corns raised in all
part of th Empire except in Italy, and that
where the inhabitant of town are ink"-warm
on the matter, it 1 taking measure to stimu
late them. They add that it oount on being
able to obtain altogether In that way between
40,000 and 50,000 men.
' The Milan Gazette states that in the affair
at Frasainnetto, the Austrians eonsisted only
of the Third batallion of Grennadiers of the
regiment of the Archduke Charles, under the
orders of Colonel Baron Pucher, besides half a
battery of artillery and half a squadron of
cavalry. It adds that the troops fought with
ardor, and had one killed, two severely wounded
and eight slightly; and thinks the Pledmontese
must, have experienced more considerable
losses, since during the nieht thev disannaared
without leaving a trace behind. An order of
the day praises the conduot of Baron Pucher
ana lieutenant Colonel Spielberg on the occa
sion, who commanded the troops on horseback
during the fire. ' .
The Provisional government of Tusoany has
Issued a decree directing that all the regiments
are to be increased to fonr batallnna. aanh
battalion to be composed of four companies of
too men eaon, exclusive or offleers. The bat
talion of Vellites is to be transformed into a
regiment of volunteers. ,
The tent intended for the use of the Empe
ror Napoleon in Italy was sent off to Genoa a
few weeks back. It Is made of strong can
vas, stripped bine and white, and lined. It is
about five metres in height, supported by two
poles only, and decorated outside with two
small flags. Inside it Is divided into three
compartments, a saloon, bedroom and dressing
room. The hangings leave a door for each
room, and there are window-like openings for
ventilatioa. An iron bedstead, camp stools,
small tables, and a washing stand, oompose the
furniture. Its woodwork and all the furniture
oan be readily taken to pieces and packed In
cases of small site and very light carriage.
The tent waa made for the Crimean campaign,
but never used. Part of th furniture has
memorable hlstorio associations. The Iron
bedstead was used by Napoleon I. in nearly all
his campaigns. The toilet ntensils and dress
ing'oase, likewise belonged to that great cap
tain, u . V
A letter from Turin of the 11th of May,
states that the King has written to Marshal
Gyulal, asking him whether the Austrians in
tend to make war like soldiers or like robbers.
It also mentions that Duke Sforta Cesarini, of
Rome, had offered tha sum of 600 llvres
monthly during th eontinuanoe of the war for
the poor families of soldiers fighting under th
. It i stated that wagoner saw the spv Dos
ton receive money from an Austrian oiBoer at
Vereelli, and denounoed him to the l'iedtuoa
tese authorities. 1 Some earbineer were tent in
earch of him, and soon effooted hi arrest,
He denied the charge of being a spy, but on
being confronted with the wagoner, he became
confused, and at length confessed. He waa
tried at once by a oourt ' martial, at already
tated, and shot. i . .. . .
General Meliser de Eallemes has nubllthal a
proclamation declaring Lombardy In a state of
siege. The document contains tb list of
orimos, misdemeanors and - contraventions
which will be brought wider the eogniseao of
me unitary iriouoaiB. i ;
The Duke de Cbartre 1 at Caial In . the
division of Claldlnl. - la the night of the 91 h
tb young Prince mad a reeonnolsanoe and
sent in a report of It. Th Duke d'Aumale
has seat two English charger to hi nephew.
The war haa cemmenoed at tea before hos
tilities on land. A letter from Messina of
trie ttt say that Rear Admiral Jurieu de
Legravier ha arjiTvd thert with tnt Elavt
(flag-ship) Napoleon, and Impetueso. These
veeseit were coming tor a cruise in the Ad
riatic, where they expected lo be joined by
others. " i In the run from Toulon to Mettina
the French squadron captured an'Anstrian
merchantman, whioh was sent into a Frenoh
port, the Admiral not being aware of the res
olution como to by his government to grant)
certain delay to Austrian merchant vessel.
ine ran correspondent or the .London
Herald, writing on the 13th of May, say :
I have- been allowed to o a letter from am
officer in Baraguay d'Hillier' division. The
writer state mat tne men luucrea very se
verely during! their forced march from Genoa
to Gavi, and that the number of ttniggler
ws immense, ine intemperance tne men
had indulged in. moreover, wholly unfitted
a great many for the hardships they had bad
to undergo, and there were a groat many
oases of dysentery and fever in th camp
By this time the whole of the cavalry and
artillery will have reached their destination.
and the French army in Italy may be et
down without exaggeration at 130,000 men.
An action is expected to take place early next
[From the London
Extraordinary Story about the Dauphin
of France, Louis XVII.—Did He Die
In the Temple or Not?
' There are stranger things than fiction, even
in modern timet, bnt people will hardly be
prepared for the startling announcement which
was asserted at a coroner' inquiry held yes
terday, before Mr. Wakley, coroner for West
Middlesex, that the Dauphin of France, the
unfortunate ton of Louis XVII., did not, a
history states, die "on the 9th of Jnne, 1799,
In the prison of the Temple, after a miserable
confinement of three years," but that he ex
pired in a London street cab but a few davs
since, and that the deceased upon whom the
inquest was being held was no other than that
Dauphin, Louis XVII. of France. Such was
the marvelous story made publio yesterday at
an inquest held at the Lord Wellington, Uni
versity street, upon a person who, under the
name of Augnstus Menes, has for some years
past resided with bis family at 35 University
street, Tottenham court road, where he followed
the avocation of a professor of music. It ap
peared that the deceased, who was in bis
seventy-fifth year, was suddenly taken ill
when near his own residence, and a medioal
assistance could not be Immediately procured
he was oonveyed without delay in a cab to the
University College Hospital olose by, bnt he
was dead before arriving at that institution,
the cause of his death being, at the post mor
tem examination distinctly proved, disease of
tha heart. The jury returned a verdict ac
cordingly, and so far the judicial part of the
proceedings terminated; but npon inquiring
further into the peculiar statements that bad
been made by the deceased's family, and the
rumors that have got about in the neighbor
hood, causing no little exoitement, it seema
that the deceased's conversation for the last
thirty years, when he first made his family ac
quainted with the strange story, baa been to
the effect that he waa the Dauphin who waa
supposed to have died in the Temple, and
while the deceased bore a strong likeness in
the faoe to th Bourbon family of France, bis
family further assert that be had oertain marks
on his person which th hapless infant King
had. He had always himself desired to keep
the matter secret from the world, but his family
bave now expressed their determination to
publish the whole facts oonnected with his
.. Killed bt a Fall. Coroner Sohlrmer held
an inquest on Saturday, at No. 781 Washing
ton street, New York, npon the body of George
Keane, child of two year of age, who fell
from a four-atory window to the pavement and
was dashed to pieoes. The mother of the
ohlld, it appears, had set it npon a table near
a window, the blinds of whioh were closed, but
not fastened, and the child rolled over against
mem ana leu out. ine Jury rendered aver
diet of accidental death.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA.
Backville, Jf. B., May 31. The steamship
America has arrived at Halifax with Euro
pean advices to the 21st inst., three days later
than those previously received. As the Nova
Scotia telegraph line refuses to transmit dis
patches for the Associated Press, in accord
ance with the course recently adopted the
news will be brought by express to this
point, and then telegraphed to the press of
the Union.. ., . f..
The line this side of Sackrille ha olosed
till nine o'clock in the morning, when th As
sociated Press express will probably be there.
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Philadelphia, May 31. Ex-Commissioner
Reed addressed the citiien of Philadelphia
this evening, on the result of hi mission to
China; Mayor Henry occupying the chair.
After stating the earnest effort made by the
Russian Ambassador and himself, to induce
the Chinese to concede the demands of the
English and French to avoid bloodshed, he de
dared that the assertion that there was, between
the Russian minister and himself, a combina
tion, for the objeot of frustrating the policy of
England or Franco, waa a fabrication, pur and
He acknowledged that a neutrals and ex
cluded from the Counoils of the belligerent
powers, there sprung up intimate and confi
dential relations with the Russian minister
ripening into cordial friendship, but never
prostituted to the unworthy cabals attributed
to that. ....... . j
H stated that while there was no reserve on
hi part towards the belligerent powers, notice
having been given them of every step . taken
in the negotiations, while on the other hand
this was not reoiproorated.. . He did not
doubt that if he had been content to place him
self silent and inaignifioant beside Lord Elgin,
he would have aided in securing1 a treaty for
the Americans, ldentioal with the one obtained
Regard for the dignity of hi country pre
cluded suoh a oourse, and separate negotia
tions were entered into with the Chinese Com
missioners and a treaty signed June 18. One
reason for signing this treaty in advanee, was,
that there was every reason to fear a renewal
of hostilities between the belligerent and the
Chinese, causing an indefinite postponement of
the English and French treaties. H repre
sented the advantages obtained by the treaty,
whioh, including the most favored, nation
clause, secures everything at any time granted
to other nations, and professed himself not
ashamed of a treaty approved by China and
America, attained aa it was in peace and friend
liness without a wound or unkiad thought- '
In alluding to th Chinese tariff he said that
American Cotton good are to be Imported at a
lower rate than the five per cent, ad valorem
scale adopted in the English treaty, and if tha
feat feature of that treaty, the regulation of
iterlor transit duties be successful, there is
very prospect of a large increase in the con
sumption of American fabric,' especially in
Northern China. He referred with deep sense
of gratitude to tha aid and countenance re
ceived from the Russian officials, and with a
proper tease of obligation to the ooeroion used
y the belligerent and expressing the strong be
lief that no two men then did, or now do more,
full Justice to American integrity and good
faith, than the distinguished noblemen repre
senting England and Franee. : In all his in
tercourse with Lord Elgin, there was ao differ-
ne of opinion or th least traee of psrsonal
- . mL i.ji I . nr t t
RUAmvuHi, irov pania m .iuwnur at,
at they met a year before, oa terms of mutual
kindness and respect. - r r --
' NosroLi, May ftl.J-TI United State inr-
reylni stes) aer Bibb, arrived bete this psora
' II- lh
I . .
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Naval. From Washington.
WAftfttNotoX Mar II -It to atntod aa a re
markable fact, that although It was long Ago
known that Postmaster Westeott, of Phlla--'"
aoipnia, woalct be removed, there-, wre e(7
applicant for the office. ThrVnemo of at
least ten gentlemen havn; bwevr been,
mentioned ,fn that ronneetioft' to the) Pretl. ;
dent, who,' when he-' appointed' Mr."tf. B.
Browne, he wo not certain of hi chi iallan
name, but afterward eortsUned it through ,,
a political friend. t . '. . ., ., J
Tb President recently, In alluding 'to tbV '
eharg that hi visit to North Carolina- wae A
with view to a nomination for a second term," '
aid that nothing was further from hi in tea-,
tion than this, and he would avail himself of M
tne nrst opportunity, punitory, to dlibt the
minds of those wh suspected hla af tb eteH
sign to again become candidate for the Pre.
idenoy. -, , . J .' " , . "
Richmond, May 31. Retarnt hav now been
received from 121 counties, wbioh give Letoher
a majority or 3,W, The return from tb
Ninth Concressional District rive Harris, th
Independent candidate a atajority of 700 over
James H. Skinner, the regular Demooratio
WAamirnTOM. MA Xl ' ', 'k ifnsnM)i -V tfia
States says, that an error ha bean dU4o ratted, )
In th returns from Kin William Ownty
whloh eleet Hon. John S. Catkel Dem.) to'
Congress, from the Third District, by 19 Vetes. 4
Richmoxd, May 31. Return received at
th Whig Office, report Letcher' present ma
jority at 3,310. Seventeen of th old oountte
are to be heard from, which gave Wis a w
jorityef 1,100. Four of the new eountie are.
i-.t.i i i. .. .i
aito to oe Beam irom. ....
Presbyterian General Assembly.
WiLuixoTox, May 81. The assembly at It
session last night adopted the report, of the.
Committee on eduoation, ' recommending th
plans of 1857.
This morning th report of th Committee
on Cbarch extention, enlarging the powers of
the Committee in order to meet all otvses not
otherwise provided for, and appointing a Com
mittee to investigate complaint, was adopted;
The business of th assembly in' nearly com
pleted and a final 'adjournment will, probably
be had to-night.
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Wilkkbrarbr, Pa., May 31. An extensive
fire occurred here thi morning, by which
almost the entire block of building on the
north side of the square wae destroyed. The
fire originated in the store of Robert Wilson,
and the flames spread so rapidly that in
short time all the building between J. Cah
ron's store and Steel's hotel, fourteen in num
ber, were burned. The fire is supposed to be
the vwrk of an incendiary. Loss estimated
at about $80,000.
Movements of General Walker.
New Toek, May '31. It appear , that
General Walker, who waa generally supposed
to be on hla way to Sonora, arrived here on
Saturday in the steamer Northern Light, ao
eompanied by Col. Natsner. A collision oc
curred last night at the St Nicholas Hotel
among the flllibusters. Col. Titus was badly
beaten by Capt. Anderson, Geu. Wheat and
Pittbbubo, May 31, M. River S fret 5
inches by the metal mark Bad at a stand.
Weather cloudy raining all the morning.' No
arrivals or departures.
PnvrsBCBO May 31, P.M. River 3 feet 5
inches by the metal mark and at a stand.
Arrived, Endeavor. ' No departures. Weather
LotUBViLLi, May 31 P. MvRlvar falling
rapidly with four feet six and a half inch in
th canal. ... . .
Rhode Island Legislature.
NEwroar, R. I., May 31 The Leglaluture
met to-day. H. Hayes was elected Speaker of the
House, there having been no election, for these
offioers by the people. Mr. Sanders, American
Republican, was chosen Lieut. Governor, and
Mr. Parker, American Republican, General
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY, May 31—3. P. M.
The demand for money to-day was very active,
owing to the fact that payments are unite heavy for
to-morrow, June let.
Eastern Exchange le very ftrui, at H premium, aal
llng to customers. H la readily obtalitrd from out
Gold la firm at 43 cents, a half premium telling
New Orleans Exchange tednll. Bankers will not
buy at better than X dincotint; telling at par.
New York Exchange telling in Chicago, t per
cent, premium very Arm. In Bt Loult, at H prem
ium; Ann. In New Orleant at 94 premium.'
Uncurrent Money not much doing. Free Bank
H discount; Illinois, Wisconsin and low 2 per cnt.
discount dull. , ... .
Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, May 31.
FLOUR Tha market opened qnlte hoyant this
morning, and holders aaked 9 75e7 for superfine,
but the newt from New York not being such aa waa
expected, the market closed rather heavy at theee
rates current yesterday. The tali were2,G0 brls. at
Bt) SO for euperline, and (a 0.1 for extra. 1,300
brls. were received the laat twenty-four hourt.
WHI8KY No change. The demand ia good, and
1,400 brla. sold at 2o.t iuolndiog wagon.
FROVISIONS-The market haa not changed la
any eseential particular. There wat tome demand
for Bacon 8ldca at 9v., and aluut tio hhda. sold, In
ota, at OMe. Hone rump Pork sold at tia .vo, and
Lard at ll'c, and 12c. for prima In brls. and kega.
Nothing done in any other article,
GltDLKRIKS-No change. Market dull.
VIIICAT-Tne market It steady, with a fair de
mand, falea l,.V bushels fuirRedet SI 3i; .vondo.
Prime at 40; Sua do. good Whtatgr and U0
do. at (I 60. ' - "
COKN-A fair demand, and the market It Arm.
Sales ItfejO bushels at Hoe. -
K Y E The demaad it fair, and prices Ira at ft per
BARLEY There It no change ia the market for
thia article. We uuote A0DA3c. aa the range of pricee.
OATS A good demand at the advance nottcad yea
terday, wiihsaletsuobiishelaat depot at Wo.
BUTTEtt The market le dull, and price a shade
lower. We quote choice Western Baeerve at IJ lie.,
and prime Central Ohio 12$l-c.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, May 31–P. M.
. Flour, State and Western lets active, but without
change; aalet 12,0110 bi Is. at I- 25S6 60 for superfine
Weatern; " tOvu7 30 for common To good extra Wes
tern; $7 3-ii7 40 for do. round hoop Ohio; closlug
Arm. Canadian Kiour uutot hut nominal. bmaU
tali s Bye Flour at 11 i!n to, , .
Wheat ia steady; aalee ll.unn bushels at tl 40 for
Milwaukee Club; (1 71 for Wluter Bed Western;
81 au tor very choice do., which ia an outside prloe;
VI MaWil 70 for mixed Weatern; and II 8 r white
Southern. Bye dull at two. Barley iuist ; salet l.ono
bu.hela old State at toe. Oorn nteady aud mora ac
tive; ealea 41, (WO hnehelt at 7"7c. fur unsound; too
fur sound mixed Weatarn; wwpsud for white Southern;
SKDii2c for yellow do.: and wnMo for round yellow.
Oats steady at MtHf&Mo for Stale) aud W&Xcs for
Wenterii and Canadiun. ' 'Viv t 11
, Whiskyheavy; sales ZJObrlt. at SHc.
- Pork heavy and lower; kwlea a,' brla. at $17 for
new wena, 117 Mi for thin lue-s, 41M.I9 for prime
meet, f 20 30 for clear, and IIS la fix prime.
Beef ia unchanged; aalea 'Hi brla. at 5;fc7 At fbr coun
try prime, HfH lb for do. mou, lltlt foe repacked
Chicago do., and IM7 for extra. Prime tncee Beef
Julet at J--. Beef Ilawt steady; talee lrj brla. at
14 !Mjftil7. Bacon guiet. Cut Meata dull; aalee 130
packages at 77)4o. for Shouldere, and SWo. for
llama. Lard lower; aalct 1,700 brla. at llHeiilSc.
Butter eteady at ie2uo. fur Ohio and State.
Cbeeae aiua. . .. , .
Cotton ia drooping; upland ahaveuecllaed to Ho.
Tobarco dull at S)(cttWc. ,
Tallow heavy at IKal I So. '
- Wool dull ealea U,oou lbs. of fleece at 4TS7Xo.
(he foreign itualltlae aie heavy. " .
Sugar active; Orleans 6.'4!07.fo. ' Molest ae easier)
claved Cuba 24a)27c.
1 relguu on grain to Liverpool M. In shir's bogs.
BALTIMORE, May 31.
F lour dull. Ohio and Howard street brands quoted
at 7d7 itN hut there haa Wn no tales. Wheat
dull at 1 7fat W fur White, and II s! si for Bed,
Cora Ariiier; Yellow aAAHMi.; White.4itd-. rrovt
tions dull; Meat Pork W Jli.
New York Stock Market.
New York Stock Market. New York, May 31—P. M.
h-k. kr.: fkltSiro and Rork lalnnd.': Mlrhl.
Trial B.adiaif ai 0leaa aad ( hioaajn Wfc Panaaaa
anutlorn iguerauieeu; ai"i nw nirivviirai
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