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..iTSAJ!?8" '0 BAIH," "TO tlCT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ac, In I hli rolnmn.occnpylnf three Una
Or less, two Insertions, twenty-live cents.
VTANTED 8I1EARS, Wheel and Treddle
. T of a swond-hand foot Lathe; any one hav
Inn such will meet with a purchaser, by applvlns: t
iiln Savant h street, jell-b
mr ANTED TO RENT By it prompt
.7 w Pint tenant, ft small home containing
inrnerooma; or three rooms in a home occupied liy
another family would (nit. Kent not to exceed ft no
?r7r- Advertiser line no fnmllv oxcept Ul wife.
Address f, 8, H.. pare Pross nfllcs. jollc
ANTED A few good Stocking Stlchera
v on oycamoro srroei. jell-o-
Y7"ANTED BOARD For a little girl
about 7 yoai-s of age, In a respectable family,
where she wl I be well-taken care of; a healthy looa
tlon It desirable. Address Box 187 Cln. join-h
VANTED SITUATION In a private
family, to take charge or homea or horse, and
willing to make himself generally uaefnl; good rofer.
jMi'-b? Address S. G. L, to tills office.
VETANTED A FEW AGENTS To travel
and aell articles of use and wanted by orery
ramlly. Call at 76 Third street, near Vine, up stairs,
Mootn 8. from 8 to 13 A. M and from 2 to e P. M.
5fANTED A job of writing by a com-
petont man coating bcoka or aught else.
Torm moderato. Address J. K. Dally Press ofllce.
ANTED Four or five Bov. 10 to 12
year of age. Inonlre early at the Proas
"V7"ANTKD SITUATION By a maawho
, " understands to work in a garden, take chargo
1. horse, nd will make himself general naeful.
Ian take the capacity of a porter In any business;
will give a trial lor small wagca. Reference given.
Y7"ANTED ONE MORE MANGLE
. 7 j eecond-hand-for which cash will be paid.
Also, tiro more good laundry glrla. Apply at the
Front Street aundry, No. 77 West Front street, bet.
vino and Race. ja9-b
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A first
r".te Wood Turner, to go to Lawr-nceburgh,
Ind. Steady work and good wages will begiven. Ap
ply at No. 67 West Second street, between Walnut
and Vine. Jetf-b'
"VKf ANTED AGENTS-Ten mon as agents
" to sell four domestic articles, that can be
Bold in every family. Good routes given In every
State. C'nn cle.r from 83 to S 10 per day. Apply No.
60 West Third atreet, second story. Jctt-h
WANTED BOY A lituatlon for ayoung
lad, 14 years of age. In a Physician or Attor
ney s office', references exchanged If necessary. Ad
dress w. L. T. Cincinnati Post-offlce or Press ofiloe.
rANTED 5,000 PEOPLE Anxious
til UB ffMlt HrlAf nf Hnnn .AM. II I ... n
dlately at the Fifth Mtroct Period irtal Vitoro,
No. 1M, between Hare and Kim, where are kept near
ly all sorts of papers, magazines and songs to be
fonnd anywhere. J eft
WANTED Two or three day Boarders
... In a private family, In a central locality.
Address Y. M. Press ofllce. jaa-b
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A first
rate bastcr for a sowing machine. Coat hands,
no others need apply. Call at 0. likALY, No 396
WANTED A GIRL To run Singer's
Sewing Machine. Also, a few Eastern. Ap
?,Jr.'?i( wwt Fiflh "root. je8-b
WANTED SITUATION By a young
man. Is years of ag, to learn the wholesale
or retail Uroccry or Hardware business. Address C.
W. J.. Press plllce. je7-d
WANTED TO RENT Three or four
rooms, or a small house. Apply to GREY
SON 4 MAGNUS, Carlisle's Building, Sonth-west
corner Fourth and Walnut. je7-h
WANTED WET NURSE A young
, . . honlhy wet nnrse. Apply on Betts street,
third home .nst of Freeman street. ieS-b
WANTED A business man to go to Chi
cago; a clerk in nn office In this city; two
waiters; a man and hia family to go on a farm, and
threo female servants for general housework. Apply
at the General Intelligence Agency, Nn. 3HJ Western
How. fjeB-h) A. D. CARSON & CO.
WANTED By a young Lady, Board,
with tbo comfurts of a home. In a respeotablo
private family. Address ALICE;, Press oflice, stating
terms, which must be reasonable. je6-b
WANTED BOY Who U somewhat ao
qualuted wi.h running a Job Press. Inqnlro
at the Job Rooms of the Israelite Triiiting office, No.
82 West Sixth street. jo6-b
WANTED A SITUATION By ayoung
man as Book-keeper, Assistant-Book-keeper,
Xntry Clerk, orsomethiiigof tho kind; or would take
charge of a set of Hooka were it required only a part
of his time. Would work for a very small salary.
The best of references given as to qualification and
character. Address Box 1173, Cincinnati, O. jo2pw
WANTED GIRLS Wantinggood plaoes
to do housework or chamberwork. Call Im
mediately nt Mrs. WAUNBit'S Intelligence Offico.
80S West Fifth Btreet. Also, Ladies wanting good
help, can obtain ihom by calling at the above No.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Young,
also Middle-aged Men, Mechanics, Farmers,
Clerks, Doctors, Lawyers, Teachers, Students, and in
fact nil intelligent ai.d energetic men who are out of
eoploy, or who desire to change their ocenpation for
a time in order to recruit their health and Invigorate
their systems, or In order to engage in a pleasant and
profitable business, or to see the country, can lind a
pleasant, cacl'iil and protltableeinploymeiitby culling
at 11. M. KULISON'8 American Queen Oity tjubscrip
tlon Bok Publishlng-honea, No. 141 Main street,
Cincinnati, Ohio, or by addressing
H. M. RULI80N,
mylH-bm Cincinnati, O.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A two and a half
story Brick Home, n-arlynew.nine miles from
tho city, with seven rooms, a good stable for five
horses, a carriage house, a good wall and cistern,
and a blacksmith shop. A coruor lot.
i N. B. A good stand for a wagon-maker. Inquire
Of E. WillTKHBAD, No. 378 Race St., Cin. Jell-aw
IOR SALE An Iron Stand for one of Sin
. ger's Sewing Machines. Apply at No. 1A4 West
Sixth atrtet, jell -li
FOR SALE A GOOD DRAFT HORSE
Also, a covered Spring Wagon and Harness,
nearly new, will bo sold cheap, by applying at 2v
West Front Btreet. jein b
1" TfOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE Several
v. i .1 ni, ..... ... , .I.... ... n i -
wrapping up goods.
FOR SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS'
Wagons, Spring Wagons and Farmers' Wagons,
new and second-hand. J. R. PALMER,
my24-3lw4w 64 Bank St., near Western sUow.
IjlOR SALE Let No. 20 on Betta street, bet
John and Cutter, 20 feet front, 100 feet deep
Torms, half cash, balance in one and two years with
approved security. For further particulars apply at
No. 67 West Second stroot, bet. Walnut and Vine.
A SMALL FAMILY CAN HAVE THE
use of a well fnrnished House on East Walnut
Hills, with large garden, coach-house and stable, for
the summer months, who would loard a gentleman
nd daughter. Terms reasonable. References ro
qiilred A nnlv tn Box 1924. Post-' ffice. jell-b
IOR RENT A modern briok Dwelling, of
1(1 rooms, with gas, bath-room, water oloset,
cistern, Ac, In thorongh repair: No. 8.13 sixth street,
just below Smith. Apply to J. W. WAYNB.at Hard.
ware Store No. 196 Majn street.
I?(0R RENT ROOMS Two or three fine
. airy rooms on til second floor. Apply at No.
a4 Cutter Btreet, a few doors aliove Hopkins. Je-b
FOR RENT Three good Rooms and Cellar
at No. 98 Milton street. Also It is wished to
blre good quarry-men. Inquire of E. BLACK, Pros
pect hill Cottage. je7-d
IOR RENT Manufacturing Rooms, with
or without power, on South-west corner of
Home and Fifth stre-t, between Kim and Plum. Ap
ply at J. W. WAYNR, at Hardware Btore, 1U6 Mulu
street, near Fifth. Terms low. je3-b
IOR REN V DWELLING HOUSE, No.
190 Hopklnt street. Inquire of THOMPSON 4
K KS M1T1I. 2i West Third street. it,3J
IX0R RENT The modern Dwelling House
No. 30H Seventh street, In fine order, ten rooms,
bath, water closet, hall, with a two-story Iron veran.
day In front. Apply on the premises, my2-aw
1 3UARD1KU One or two gentlemen oan
Mm obtain board with a pleasant front room,
in a fine location. A pply at 269 West Seventh, street,
BOARDING One or two gentlemen can
obtain a pleasant room with good hoard, at No.
107 Longworthstreet, between Kim and Plum, Terms
BOARDING Three or four gentlemen oan
beaorommodited with board and lodging, at
It West Fifth street. Terms J per week; day board
Ing v per week, je'i b
BOARDING A oouple of gontlemen can
obtain board in a private family, Call at 66
Clark-street. . js6-b
BOARDING A gentlemen and lady and a
few gentlemen cau be accommodated pleasant
ly. Also, day Boarders, at in West Fifth street, but.
Jtlra and Plum. jl-b
OomplimenU to all. Will be home for three months.
10 Enat Fourth Htrret.
Juki 11, 1869. (367)
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
10 Enat Fourth Htrert.
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Ties, New,
10 Enat Fourth Street.
VWIII remove to the corner of Fourth and Tine
first of Angust.
CINCINNATI, HAT1RDAY, JUNK 11.
Tbi DAILY PRESS ia to be hat) regularly
at Church'i Poit-offloe stand.
Th plo-nio of the First Unlrersallit Church
oomea off to-day, at Metropolitan Grore.
Nkw potatos are plenty in Market, and aell
at the reasonable rate of two dollars per bushol,
Taa female department of the oity prison la
well crowded at this time.
AttintionI Pork and Bean Lunch at 10
o'olook, at "The Plaoe," 107 Main atreet.
Wc return thaaka to the officers of the
Amerioan Ezpreaa for late Western papera.
Vfu. S. C. Meredith, of Adama Ezpreaa,
haa our thanks for late St. Louis and Indian
apolis papera, In advance of the mail.
RisrpERRir.s hare made their appearance ia
our markets, and are telling at twenty cent
Wr understand that a great many who wsre
expeoting free tiokets to the Chloago excursion,
hare been greatly disappointed.
It will be aeen by referenoe to our adverti
sing eolumna that the Republican Association
hold a meeting at Metropolitan nail, oorner of
Ninth and Walnut streets, this evening.
There will be religious sorvioes hold In the
open air in various portiona of the olty, during
the summer aeaaon, under the supervision of
the Young Men'a Christian Union.
A OiT-nsn, weighing thirty-three pounds,
was oaught in the Miami canal basin, between
Hunt and Court streeta, yesterday, by a littlo
boy, only fourteen years old.
A fiohi occurred about 11 o'clock, last
evening, on the levee, between a couple of
stevedores, -which resulted in one of them
losing a portion of his nose, which was bit off
by his antagonist.
Stbakokes visiting the oity, by railroad or
river, would do well to keep a sharp look out
for those professional gentlemen who operate
in the ball game. The "little joker" ia very
Edward Carney, who waa run over night
before last by the ooal cart of the Steam Fire
Engine "Mississippi," was conveyed to the
Commercial Hospital yesterday. Up to a late
hour Inst evening, he was much better, and
hopes are entertained that he will recover.
Tni dog-killers have commenced tbeir work
of dog extermination in right good earnest.
We were informed by a policeman last eve
ning that no less than three hundred canines
have been made to "bite the dust" since the
organization of tho "slayers." There are sev
eral thousand more that could be easily spared.
A gang of rowdies about three o'clock yes
terday morning plaoed a hogshead filled with
straw in a market wagon, on the south side of
Fifth street, in front of the Empire Coffee
House, and after setting fire to the straw, do
oamped. Oflioera Slater and Leonard fortu
nately arrived at the spot in time to prevent
any damage being done. . ;
Jahes Lawlrr haa a wife, and James says
his wife won't keep sober. Well, night before
last James took it into hia head that a "wee
drubbing" would do her some good, but the
result was, that J ames was locked op, and
yesterday bad to pay a fine of three dollars
and costs for the experiment. We hope that
Jamea and his wifo will be in harmony here
after. Coroner Cart held an inquest, yesterday,
over the body of a man named Richard Gregg,
found dead upon the sidewalk on the levee,
betweonVine and Walnut streets, which result
ed in a verdiot of "death by falling from a
portico from the third story of a drinking
house, kept by a man named Peter Hootor."
The deceased is supposed to have been intoxi
cated at the time.
Shameful. Ai we were passing along
Longworth street, between Raoe and Elm, last
evening, we saw a crowd of near a hundred
men and boys assembled around a poor unfor
tunate woman, who was in a beastly state of
intoxioation. We felt sorry for the poor
woman, and were surprised to see that there
were men in a Christian eommunity who
teemed to enjoy the sight.
A white man, who hails f:om the rural dis
troita, and a nogro woman of thia eity, were ar
rested by Lieutenant Small and Policeman
Mormon, last evening, upon a charge of adult
ery and ragranoy, and oonfined in the Hammond-street
Station-bouse. At the ease will
be investigated in the Police Court thit morn
ing, we forbear giving the names of the parties
for tho present.
On Tuesday evening laat, about 9 o'olook,
aa a friend of ours waa going down Main
street, a window waa raised in one of the up
per atorlet of the Trust Company's building,
and out came a considerable quantity of water,
which (it is reasonably presumed) was not in a
fit oondltlon for keeping any longer within
door. The disgusting shower fell upon our
friend's bat and ooat, to hit great annoyano
One would hardly have imagined that auob
a wanton and suicidal aot would have been per
petrated by any person ocoupying a room In
such a respectable houae, and in a quarter
where it la auppoaed well-bred persons reside.
Our friend aayt be tupposet the deed was com
mitted by tome dirty old bachelor whose habits
would dlsgraoe a bog, and whose meanness, if
aot poverty, will not suffar him to lnour the
expense of employing a woman to clean up his
room and empty hit flops at leatt eat a day.
LAST NIGHT'S PROCEEDINGS.
Ordinances to assess a special tax" on Bcnl
Estate, bounding the following utreetfl, were
Clinton street, from John atreet to Western
Row) Kemper Lane, from Madison Road to
Mrs. Weeks' line Hatler't Alloy, front Vine
street to Lodge atreet) Sixth street, from
Race street to Vine streot.
The City Auditor was authorized to adver
tise for Soaled Proposals for City Printing,
and for advertising in the English and Ger
man Innguage for the term of one year from
the expiration of tho presont contract.
A proposition waa rocelved from Judge
Lowe and offioora of the PoHoe Court, request
ing the uae of the Counoll chamber for a few
days of next week, while repairs are being
made in the Police Court reuin. The proposi
tion was laid on the table.
An ordinance waa paaaed appropriating $8
to indemnify A. Strauss for furnishing food to
lost ohildren, brought to the station-bouse for
The special order for the evening being
report of Spocial Committee on Communication
from Western Stockholders of 0. k M. R. R.
Co., relative to the reduction of bondod debt of
The Committee presented. In addition to
printed report, additional provision for seourity
of the olty, requiring the R. R. Co. to bowlder
the south half of Front atreet from Fifth atreet
and Mill atreet; alao, binding them to pay the
perpetual leasea held on the wharf property.
Pending the dlsouaalon, Mr. Eggleston took
the floor (Mr. Maok in the Chair,) and offered
for the plan of the Committee, a preamble and
resolution authorizing the Committee on Claims
and Finances to reduoe the olaim of $1100,000
held against the Ohio St Mississippi Railroad
Company, to any other sum, as they may deem
it the interest of the city, provided, that it be
at the same ratio as reductions made by those
holding other floating debt. ,
Mr. Marsh offered an amendment providing
that before the final action of the Committee
on Claims, they report their reoommendation
to the City Council.
Mr. Torrance moved to lay the subject on
the table until two weeks from next Wednes
day evening. Lost,
Mr. Whitootnb desired to have the whole
subject referred baok to the Speoial Committee,
in oonneotion with the Committee on Railroads
and Canals, to report on the propriety of hav
ing the track of the Ohio and Mississippi Rail
road, above Mill oreek, laid on the line of the
The vote was then taken on the substitute of
Mr. Eggleston, and adopted. Ayes 22, Nays 8.
The Commissioner of the Western Distrlot
was directed to remove forthwith all obstruc
tions from Market alley, between Baymillor
and Jane streets.
An ordinance to protect the paved streets
from overloaded vehicles, waa presented by
Mr. Marsh. After a protracted discussion, the
ordinance waa engrossed and passed.
Council adjourned until next Monday night.
Board op City Improvements. Tho sealed
proposals'oBercd were opened, and award of
contracts mado as follows :
To grade and pavo, with bowlders, Pine
street, from Qest street to Clark street, to
Jones and Bonte, at fourteen cents per cubic
yard for grading, and eighty-two cents per
square yard for paving.
: To grade and pave, with briok, the un
poved side-walks on Main street, from Hamil
ton Road to Mulberry street, to J. C.Muthers,
at forty-three cents per square yard.
The bids to construct a stone culvert nine
feet interior diameter under Wade street, a
distance of one hundred and fifty feet ( to
construct a stone culvert under Deer Croek
Road, from Court street to Dominick's slaughter-house
; and to construct a stone culvert
five feet interior diameter under Ludlow
street, from north Bide of Front street to low
water mark, were laid on the table until the
City Civil Engineer can mako computation
and report the lowest bidder.
A petition for opening Seventh street from
Freeman street to Carr street, waa read and re
ferred to Commissioners of Western District
and City Solicitor,
Application was made by R. E. Smith for
extension of time until July 10, to complete
contraot of paving sidewalks on Third street,
from Vine street to Park street. Approved
for aotlon of City Counoil.
The olerk wat direoted to transmit to City
Counoil ordinances as follows:
To establish grade of Forest avenue, from
Church street to Torrenoe road.
To pave with bowlders Rosa alley, from
Miami Canal to Twelfth street. .
He waa also directed to advertise for propo
sals to build an iron bridge over the Miami
Canal, at Elm street. Bidden to furnish their
The Engineer wat requested to report ordi
nance establishing grades of Werner atreet,
from Findlay atreet to Livingston street, and
Livingston atreet, from Linn atreet to Werner
The Clerk waa direoted to prepare a resolu
tion for Counoil authorising City Commission
ers to make additional improvements in the
Polio Court room, by white-washing and
painting, furnishing new oarpets, and placing
desk and railing for Prosecuting Attorney, and
remodeling platform of Judge's and Marshal's
desks) also, by placing a ventilator in the oeil
ing whole eost f 250.
Mr. fl. P. Dlehl was granted use of eity lot,
on Fourth of July, for Bellman's balloon as
oension in the afternoon and Diebl't Fire Workt
at night, at $50.
Sophie Werner's Concert. We were
pleased to observe a fine oompany in attend
anoe last evening at Smith t Nixon's, to wit
ness the performances of that youthful prodigy
in music, Miss Sophie Werner. The young
lady far surpassed even the expectations of
her most sanguine friends; and bardly a doubt
oan be entertained that the it destined, under
the rigid culture to whloh she will be subjected,
to attain a most enviable rank.
Prof. Totto played in hit usual admirable
style. The artistes that assisted, aoqultted
themselves In the most satisfactory manner.
In order to aooommodate the St. Aloytiut
Orphan Boolety, the Plo-Nio of the Buckeye
Dancing Sooioty hat been changed from the
16th to the 15th of the present month.
Woaxviv are busily engaged In excavating
for the foundation of the new Catholio Insti
tute, on the oorner of Vint and Center itrteU.
The Coming Fourth.
Again we ask, what are our oltizens going to
do the Fourth of July? Will thy ait quietly
down and fold their arms like" so many old
fogies, or will they not take steps to celebrate,
in an appropriate manner, that day dear to
exery Amerioan citlien? Let us have a cele
bration, a general eelebration such a oelcbra
tlon as the day which gave birth to our na
tional independence deservos. Unfurl the atara
and stripes from every house-top; bring out the
cannon, the drum and the fife, and let "Yan
kee Doodle" resound from the rising until the
setting of the sun.
The City Counoll of Boston, Mass., wo see,
baa appropriated $15,000 to defray the expenses
of a oelebration In that oity, and in every sec
tion or the country extensive preparations are
being made to keep up the patriotic "spirit of
'76." Shall Cincinnati be behind In this mat
ter? No, sirs. Then let us have a moetlng at
once. Who'll take the lead?
"Mcsio and Physic." Tosso's anecdote
of " music and physic," related with violin
accompaniments, at Smith k Nixon'a ITnll.
last evening, was replete with amusing in-
ciaetus, ana elicited rounds of applause from
the audience. The scene was laid at Louis.
ville, Ky., and the conversation took plocc
Detween a pnysician and himself, Tosso
agreeing to give the M.D. lossonson the violin
at $1 each, he to bring his own instrument.
lie called every day for several weeks and
heard Tosso play, but always left his violin at
home. On one occasion Tosso reminded him
of the oontraot as to tho violin. "Oh, never
mind that," said the Dr., "I am improving
very fast, and every time I come to town I ex
peot to call nn you, hear you play, and pay
you one dollar, and if that is not onough I'll
give you two."
Our list of subscribers is rapidly on the in
crease here and elsewhere. From Indianapolis,
Indiana, we reoeived an order last evening to
add twenty-five more to the number now sent
making two hundred subscribers in that
oity of railroads and beautiful women. The
truth is, we are sending out to tho people the
best penny paper in the United States. We
go in for sowing broadoast the NEWS.
Let the masses become intelligent; then
party leaders politloal hucksters can go to
Indianapolis. Understanding that our
fellow-citizen, Dr. N. C. Daniols, lias opened
an oflice in Macy House, Indianapolis, we
talco this early opportunity of recommending
him to our numerous readers in that city
unknown to and unsolicited by him as a
gentleman in whose sincerity, sympathy and
Bkill, they may confidently repose.
Tukrr were no arrests of any importance
made by the Polioe last evening. In the Ninth
street station we found several on charge of
being drunk and disorderly, and at 12 o'olook
there was no one in the Hammond street.
Wb understand that the Polioe Commission
ers have taken rooms on Ninth streot, opposite
the Station-house, and will, on next Tuesday,
report the names of the new police foroo.
Rev; Kinsley God'dard, Rector of Christ's
Churob, (Episcopalian,) will preach in the
Tent, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon.
Ladiks will Anrlevory accommodation for having
their hafr cut, cleaned and dyud-lu private rooms,
at Lewis it Tosspot's, Ko. 4 Wost Fourth street.
WOOD'S THEATER.-We congratulate the man
agement of this popular place of amusement, upon
being able to f resent so great a combination of talent
as Is found in the Star Conipuny. Last night they
wore greeted with quite a large and fashlonublo nu
tlience. In fact, the house mis literally AIM. To
night will bo presented the beautiful comedy in three
acts entitled "Sweethearts and Wives;" to ooncludo
with the protean vaudeville of "The Eton Boy." Bo
suro and secure your seats during tho day.
nel Simmons, at the National, last evonlng, was truly
a "bumper," such an one at "Sam" richly de
served. WESTERN MUSEUM.-Tho lecture room at this
institution was well hilled lust evening to witness
the new comedy of "Prl ntcrs vs. Hatters." Mr. Pal
mer seems determined to make the "WoBtern" a first
class place of resort. Success.
Arrival and Departure of Steamers.
-Cnlodonla, Mayavllle; K. Vallev, Kan
awha; Forest Quodii, MadUon; Superior, Louisville:
Messenger, Big Sanely.
Df-ABTuars. Caledonia, Maysvlllo; Forest Queon,
Madison; Huporior, Louisville; .1. W. Oheecman, St.
Louis; Economy, St. Louis; Reliance, Marietta;
Hungarian! To Arms! One of the corres
pondents of the London Times, writing from
Mortar a, May 16, says: I have just come
into possession of an important dooument, a
oiroular distributed in Milan and the neighbor
hood to the Hungarian troops in March. They
are said to have been traoed to Turin, but I
have no proof of this. I send you the ori
ginal, but will, with the assistance of a gallant
hussar, translate for you one or two pas
sages: Hungarians, brothers, aoldiers! These lines
are sent to you in the name of the Hungarian
fatherland, and of your former leaders, that
you may know how to aot at tbe commence
ment of the next war. We inform you tbat
not only the Piedmontese, but also the Frenoh,
are about to attack Austria and drive her out
of Italy. When Austria is beaten there, the
united army will hasten on to Hungary
When the war begins, where and when you
oan, come over to us,
So, in Maroh, Franoe and Sardinia had de
termined on war, and were merely fooling
England with aooeptanoe of mediations and
Several hundreds of these oiroulars were dis
tributed. Many were brought to tbeir officers
by the mon. At tbe present moment others
are constantly left in their way, in Croatian,
Hungarian and Bohemian.
Wo am Knowing. A young lady of this
oity, says tbe Philadelphia Post, while In the
oountry, stepped on a rusty nail, which ran
through her shoe into her foot. Tbe inflamma
tion aud pain was, of courao, very great, and
lookj&w was apprehended. A friend of the
family, however, recommended tbe application
of beet taken from Ihe gardec and pounded
fine, to the wound, i't waa done, and the ef
feot was very beneficial. Soon tbe inflammation
began to subside, and by keeping on the
orushed beet and ohangiog it for a fresh one,
aa its virtue seemed to beoome impaired, a
speedy oure was effected. Simple but effec
tual remedies like this should be known to
Habdin, th Win Poisonkb. Tbe trial of
Harden for murder, in Warren county, will not
take plaee till September, tbe Board of Free
holders having refused to order a special term
In July. Great efforts, we are Informed, are
being made to create a feeling in favor of Har
den, and there are many who really believe
him innocent of the erime with whloh be is
oharged. He baa preached two or three Sab
baths in the jail where he is oonfined, and
large numbers of ladies have Hooked to hear
him. Harden says himself tbat be is entirely
innooent, and pretends to be earnestly engaged
in study, designing, when liberated, to prose
cute bis miuisterial work. Trmt- (V. J.)
After the resolutions had ben adopted, Mr,
Bradisb desired to say that Mr. Bancroft had
been invited to lecture on the particular sub
ject of the evening'a discourae.
An atrocioua attempt to destroy Rock Island
Bridge, Iowa, on Saturday laat, waa happily
frustrated by the timely discovery of the com
bustibles laid on it for its destruction.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
Washington, June 10. The Secretory of
tbe Treasury has given notioe thatsesled pro
posals will be received until the 20th Inst, for
the issue of any portion, or tbe whole of
$6,000,000 In Treasury notes, in exchange for
gold coin of the United States, under the au
thority of the acta of Congress of 18)7 and
18A0, the Interest sot to exceed six per cent,
The receipts of tho Treasury for the week
ending on Monday last, amounted to $263,000;
drafts issued, $1,718,000. The amount subject
draft is $3,774,000.
In addition to tbe twelve army officers,
wboso namos havo heretofore been published,
Col. Cook, of the dragoons, and Col. Thayer,
the corps of engineers, have obtained per
mission from the War Department to go be
yond the United States. They will visit Eu
rope to obscrvo the military operations going
at tbe seat of war.
Tbe steamers Fulton and Water Witch will
shortly be dlspatohed to the Gulf of Mexico,
and tbe home squadron will be further increased.
[We believe the following is a wicked imposition
by scoundrels at or about Leavenworth
Encouraging News from Pike's Peak.
Leavenworth, June 10. Advices by the
expresd ooaohes, from Denver City, to the 1st
inst., contain extraordinary reports, which are
calculated to renew tho gold fever with tenfold
more violenae than ever. Rich nuggets have
been discovered on the north fork of Vasques
creek, principally in ooarse gold and decom
posed quartz. Great excitement prevailed all
through the oountry. Statements of the yields
of Gregory's and other mining ooinpanies are
It was reported that aoompnny from Indiana
was making from $150 to $500 per day. Other
accounts are of tho same character anil unvary
ing. Many letters, which seem tn have boon
written under the influence of the prevailing
exoilement, aro in strong contrast to the pre
vious glowing reports. The dust taken out at
Gregory's alone ia estimated at $20,000.
Denver City is almost depopulated by tbe
people leaving for tho mountains.
Provisions continuod soaroe. $20,000 wero
offered for claims. Subsequent arrivals will
determine certainly this information, but the
accounts now received do not differ in tenor.
Rich specimens have been received by this
arrival. This community is intensely excited.
Steamboat Explosion—Eight Lives Lost.
Avgusta, Ga., June 10, The steamer John
Law ton exploded last night when near Savan
nah, killing the Captnin, Pilot, Assistant En
gineer, John y. Martinalin, a passenger, and a
man named Goty, of Barnwell, and others.
There were eight in all among the killed and
missing. A number were also soalded and
wounded; some, it is feared, fatally. The
steamer is a total loss.
St. Johns, N. F., Juno 10. The steamship
City of Baltimore, from New York, on the 4th
inst., passed off Cape Race on Wednesday, the
8th inst., and was boarded by the Associated
Nkw Oui.eans, Juno 10. A duel waa fought
by Momua and Berlin, with awords
Both were wounded. The cause arose from a
Pittsburo, June 10 M River S feet 3
inches by the metal mark. Weather wet.
St. Louib, June 10 P. M. River risen
throo inches at this point in the last twenty
four honrs and is still swelling. The rise comes
from the Upper Mississippi. That in the Mis
souri has not reaohed here yet. , Weather oloar
and warm. i
Pittsburg, June 10 P. M. River four
foet five inohes by tho metal mark and rising
rapidly. Weather dear and chilly. i
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING. June 10.
FLOl'B The demand was active to-day, again,
and tho sales add up 70si'brls., closing at iCi SMart '.m
forsuperline, and 7 to 7 23 for extra, with few if
sellers, and plenty of buyers. Included in the
is l.imu brls. superllne at 7 24, to Iw delivered
2oth of the mouth. 2,luo brls. ware received the
lust 24 hours.
WHISKY Tho demand was fair to-day, and the
market Arm. Sales of 1,100 u.. at 2525Ho., the
latter rato fnr wngou.
I'KOVISIONS-There was a limited demand fir
Bacon at 7(mvc., and abouUQ.hhds. sold at these rates.
20 brls. Mess Pork, city brand, sold yesterday, at
gift in. About 40 brls. lard sold at 11V,. Heavy
bulk Sides continue to bo iuiuired for at Miv,
OKIHJEUIES The demaud Is moderate iu the reg
ular way, at steady lates, but beyond this there is
notbing doing, and prices rt-nmin as last uuoted.
WUfcAT The uiuiket waa artive aud buoyant to.
day, and prices are a shade higher, and still tending
upwald. Suits, ISHl buali. fair White at (I 49; 4Udii.
do. do. at VI 4; 6.'iO do. Bed at SI 49; SW do. rboice
Bed at sj Sti; l.ooodo. prime White at 81 Ml; SOU do.
Sood do. at 51 tai; 200 do. do. do. at Si 67; 300 do. du.
o. nt fcl as.
CORN The market Is flrni, with a good inqniry at
8283c. for fuir mixed. Sales 200 bush, prima White
t.'ovinKton, at 86c.
KYK -The market Is rather dull, and prices are
nominal at uo'j.V;.
BAHLKY A fair demand, and prices steady nt
60mn:tj. Bales 300 bush, at Sic.
O ATS A good demand, aud prices Arm at 55c. on
CHKKSE-MarketdnllatrMo. for prime Western
Reserve. Beceipts largo.
New York Market.
NEW YORK. June 10. P.M.
Sales 6,000 brls. at tt 2K.6 40; superiiiie State So 6(5
wi; Siale trA (( 4; super Western 84 60M.7 oo:
common to good extra W'esturu 8s 7.tfeo7 U0;do Rouua
Hoop Ohio closing quiet; t'anadlan Flour dull and
noiuiual. Suinll sales ltye Flour at 84 OOrfftS as.
wbeat dull and heavy, with a downward tendency,
sales 1,200 bush, at (W&fOc- choi. o spring; MO buh.
White Kentucky at 81 7i(l 85; ltye dull nt UT(,ghc;
Hurley quiet, l orn beavy, sales 1,400 bush, at 4(S.Hn.'.;
very choion Yellow Southern at Vo"lc.; White
Southern at 90'J:tc.; Hound Yellow at Mc., mixed.
North; Western mixed uominal at tKVd87c. Oats
lower ani dull at 50(a.31c; Stale 6-.'lc., Western
Whisky loner, sales 2S0 brls. at 2727)io., chiefly
the Inside price.
Pork heavy auil lower, sales S.SO0 brls. at ITiaiTXc.t
New Mens at 817 00; Thin Ms at 818 ftwlS mi;
Prime Mess at SW 00; Clear Sit,, Mi; Rusty Mesa 815 no;
Prime, Incluoiug SOU brls. Mens for July 817 00. Beef
quiet, sulea3.'0 brls. at 'i 7K472S; Country prime at
MJ((.y 2.V, do Mess I ltftHc. ropackedOticago;choioe
814 MWJ16 40, extra. Prime Mess Hoef quiet at 2uW7o.j
Beef Hums firm, sales 60 brls at SIS Ml cut
Moats dull, sales ISO packages at 6M7o. Shouldors
et'-ic, choice lot.
Butter dull at H(5.JOc,; State 131T, . i
Wesloi n Cheese dull Kt."xvito.
Wool Domestic Fleece dull and nominal; no sales
moment; New Clip ia arriving quite freely, but
held absve tha views of buyers: pulled aUo dull;
sales 2,00 lbs , foreign including fine uuwashed ilea-ti-a
2nc. Chili 'HHc; Peruvian 21c;
There was au active demand for Cotton to-day, and
the prices have advanced Hd; sale of 1,00s bales at
llHo for Middling Uplands. ., ,.
Iron heavy: sales at 824. ,,
Tobacco dull at HX(6,l2c. 1 ' . !
Wool is nominal. few Wool ts arriving freely. '
Sugar steady; Muscovado oH&S.'io. Code firm at
Spirits Turpentine stoady at 4849Xo. '
Resin ftrm at o7to. , , .
Rice dull. - . :
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK. June 10.—P.M.
and Rock Island, 6vb; II
lluuls Central Bonds, 8oJi; New York Central. 78'iii
Missouri Sixes 84H; Uaioua aud Chicago, 64!.; Mich
igan Central, 42; trie, ti,'-4; Lacrosse Land Krauts, 17
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS. June 10.
Ootton-Salos of 700 balm at UDtejUo., Coffee
steady at UM&lUic r ' . .
COLUMBUS. June 10.
Goodai.II PiStAWhy It It that oir-olt
council, with ita standing committee "of
from yoar to year, Whoae duty it should be) to
remodel and beautify this cool, shady retreat
from the dusty city, does nothing to make tha
park a more convenient and better arranged
place of recreation and amusement than it IsT
Years ago the geaorous and magnanimous Dr.
Goodale ceded it to the city, upon the express
condition that the party receiving it should
prooeod to lay it out in walks and carriage
roads, oloar up tbe undorgrowtb. and rubbish,
and make the majestic woodland a commodi-rug
and pleasant place for the eitixent generally to
oongregate In their leisure momenta, aud
breathe the pure air of heaven. What has
bean done? Last summer, in opposition to
the wish of many, tho surveyors and civil en
gineers among eur citizens, were overlook
ed or docmed unworthy the task, and a
gentleman whose name we 1 have forgo t
ton, was brought from another oity, and
paid an enormous price to make a plan - aad
estimate of laying out the park. The engi
neer, inuoh to the astonishment of urchins and
venerable maidens in the looality, proceeded to
perform the task assigned him, and in a few
weeks presented a plan, extravagantly be
daubed with Venetian greon,. In .imitation of
trees, the green being surrounded by a streak
of brownish hue, neither sqaaro or circular, in
tended to represent a road. The Teutonio
name of the artist was diaplayed underneath,
in glaring oapitals, and the "plan and estimate"-was,
with all the neoeasary formality,
presented to the City Conncil. It atill hangs
In the chamber, surrounded by a massive gilt
frame, which compares favorably with the
glittering fancies of the designer, and those
who approve tbe work. Let ns hope, gentle
men of the Park Committee, that before tha
season is entirely passed, some action will be
taken to show our appreciation of the gift, and
make not only useful to our citizens, but an
ornament to the municipality . . , ., , ... ,. ,
Within tbe post few days convicts have
been brought to the penitentiary from Pike
Auglaize and Cuynboga oountioa until the en
tire number of inhabitants in the village ef
Van Slykerville is now eight hundred and
eight. About a year since the burrough con
tained just one loss than the number now quo
ted, which, at that time, was the greatest
number ever known in the institution) but in
the almost oontinual changes ocourring, tho
uumbcr in the full had deolined more than a
hundred. Again an ebb ocourred in the tide
of vice and crime, until now the prison con
tains more than ever at one timo before. The
prespect for a still larger inorease is very fa
vorable just now ' Wo wot of a few who
Franklin county should sond up, in justioe to
thocommunity and laws, and large delegations
may soon be announced from Hamilton and
other oountios. So that the number may prob
ably inorease during the year to nine hundred.
Roimjkbs, the piokpooket, now up as a va
grant, has been idontified as one of a orowd
who proved very annoying to the polios at tha
late Stato Fair. His story as to being a Louis
ville member of the art preservative, was
doubtless intended more than any thing else
for "electioneering purposes."
In Superior Court,. Judge Matthews has
overruled tho motion for a now trial in the case
of Eliza Webb against the Little Miami Rail
road. It will be remembered that the ease was
recently tried and resulted in a verdiot of $5,008
damage for the plaintiff, oaused by the death
of her husband, an employee on the road.
. Samuel Ross, Esq., an ex-oity official, and
an estimablo gentleman, haa accepted the posi
tion of Route Agent oo the Columbus, Piqua
and Indianapolis Railroad. Railroad com
panies, a nlike other organizations not incorpo
rated, are proverbial in their pteferenoe for
"the best of men for office." -
This case of Margaret Games, a colored
lady of the Baptist faith, against Rev. Thos.
Stewart, also oolored, and besides a minister
In good standing In the ohuroh toward which
plaintiff "leans," is oooupjing the time of the
Court of Common Pleas to-day. This is an
other of those foul nan. ma jr. oases which,
within the past lew years, has inoreaaed upon
our Court journals nntil they have beoome al
most as common as the petition In error or the
order of sale. The defendant, Stewart, ia
charged with bastardy, and tha evidence not
only of the plaintiff, but of her pbysioians, is
loathsome. The case is on its seoond trial.
The parties reoently indioted for Illegal vo
ting, to., have appeared in Court and gave
bonds for their appearanoe. Tbe bail of Mor
ris Capple, who voted twloe, was fixed at $500.
Tbi Board of Publio Works has appointed a
Resident Englneor and two Superintendents
of the National Road. The appointments are
made from men of this county who have here
tofore figured somewhat extensively in tbe
Publio Works of the State, f, , ! ' i , !
The ladies of Trinity Church, had a very
pleasant but, pecuniarily, not a very remu
nerative time at their festival last evening'.
A large number of our citizens left yesterday
for "tho Springs," which made the attend
ance at the festival rather slim.
Ths pic-nio of the Town street Methodist
Episcopal Church, and Sabbath School, haa
been postponed " on account of the weather,"
which for the past twenty-four hours has been
more like that of January than of June.
Tbe sky is brightening now, however, and
Kives promise of a "goodly day to-morrow."
C. CUITTliNDKN Just received a
BUSH BY & HART ARTISTS, Armo
ry Hall, Mo. 27 feoulh High atreet. Columbus
Ohio. Photographs, Ambrotypes aud Molalnotyiiea
executed in anystyle or size, aud at the lowest prices.
Life size Portraits colored iu Oil. Persons baring
lauerreotyse of their dmiml frteudaoan have a
faithful likeness of Hie size, colored in Oil or Oiayou.
Perfi-ct satisfaction dive n or no eliarae auyaa
A QoAiaat. We overheard last atgtt two
Germans quarrel over a glasa of, lager beer.
One called the other an Amster-(iM Dutchman,
putting a malignant emphasis upon the last
syllable, and the enraged Teuton retorted by
stigmatising tbe other ehap aaa "Rottoaa'-oiuas
Dutchman. . Friends , interfered, and after
drinking ten or twelve glasses more of lager
they made it up. Evannviilp Enquirtr. -
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Tbe filibusters at Mobile (Capt. Maury and
Col. MoDonald) have demanded of the United
Staies Court their discharge from arrest for al
leged violation ef the neutrality laws, on the
ground that slnte they had been held over by
ihe United States Commissioner', a Grand Jury
had made their inqneat for tbat Distrlot and
returned no bill of Indictment. J edge Camp
boll holds. tbe motion tuider advisement.