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WANTED TO RENT A front room
suitable for a Grocery, with one or two ad
joining rooms. Location somewhere lietwaen Court
street aud the river. Address 8. 0. JfOUO. nt this
WANTED PER80NS DESIR0U8 OF
learning ILEHTRO-PLATINB, a valuable
art, greatly In demand all oyer tha conntrv, can lie
ii t i V "r applying to ir. Kil'HAKiis,
"YTANTKD A GIRL To do general
at """"cwnrK in 11 umaii nimtiy. Kcotntnen
V.nUon0 '"I"'"" Wdfloi 2 per weok. lnit.lre nt
WANTED To purchase a Scholarship for
m urwriB pox 1070, UUr.ro-t-on.C, BUtlng terms,
T."'"? !." ft" ? wcl1 f"fhlhw room InSet-i.
to family of "elderly people," with breakfast and
Ir.'.'ur'r "l" r" !" 0'"or ""ardors; location
within ten or twenty minutes walk of to Post-ontco.
of nrences given. Address A. M., at this
WANTED To sell OHIO 8TATR 0A
.ETTKKR and BUSINESS niREivrnnV,
clvlh the nanls of bnslhess men of over nlna lain,
ll ai .7 "i "'"I" uf Obtot their location and
r " , " ' K iin-inijmmiirB, routines .men oan
r!MM,rf, tblijvfoie " nB H.liunl, In flin Pout-
WANTED Persons wanting to employ
t .T.. oil foniale help, call at Mrs. WARNER'S
Intelligence Ofllie Also, girls wanting place to ln
r?" 1,',,v ",0,r names at Mm.
WARNER'S intelligence Onioe, 308 Fifth street,
between Western Row aud John. jo23-aw
7"ANTED A GIRL Of good oharaotor,
, to i'o general linnso-Work, at 12V Western
R . iw, between Third and Fun rth. Je23-bt
WAU5PrJ.. Lu,.?!"! good family
ilnss Box Post-olhco. j23-b
1lTANTED ROOMS By (mall family
. ... ,wn or thJJ'" foomj, not over eiiiht aquaroa
from the Spencer Uotisc. Adilirs A. K. J)ally 1'rcss
ly ANTED A good CARRIAGE MAKER
. 7 to o to rcrodo, Va. Constant employment.
Apply to A. A. RKOURD. llcnry llotwe. Jcffl.h
ANTED A GIRL To ro a short dls-
i ,lLnce.,.n,?..,he Sl'T'ft t0 do cliambef.wofk.
ply at Ho. rs West third street, between Smith
t f ark. m'9w.
7ANTED All that need holp, male or
T. ftml!o. for city or country, to rail and Ret
supplied oil short notice with rnllnblo holp, as only
such will he recoinmeuded. Those seeking employ,
nient, with Itood recommendations, can find good
situations hy entering their namos at my oflice, 37
Him aud Ninth street. Terms easy and no deception
practiced. e2:'-b') THOMAS BUCHANA N .
lyASIED-Aontj with $100, to engage
, , ,w, 'P a general Commission business, well e
tabl slie.l. Apply to Hale ft Co., N. E. corner of
r llth and lue streets; room No. ft. jo21 b
VliTANTED TO FANCY DYERS AND
. " w WjOl'niSHS A young man from London, Is
In want of a situation in the above line; perfectly nn
derstands his business. Has no objection to tho
country. Direct K. II., at this olllce. je21b
V"ANTf!D-A YOUNG MAN MAKING
a trip through Southern Illinois, weuld like
a commission for tho sale or Dry Goods, fwith which
he Is thoroughly familiar,) or in any other business,
r asy terms Can be inside as it is only wished to make
expenses. Address JJ. K. G., Press oftlce. je.b
WANTED A 8ITUATI0N-A. Teacher
or Governess, in the Olty or eotllitrir, ohe who
ran teltcll German, French and Latin, and the higher
tnglieh branches. Also, crayoning If required; can
coma well rccomuif nded. Address, JURY F.HUNT,
care uf Box km. je20-b
WANTED All who wish to hire choice
help, and all who wish good situations, In
city or country, to call at our offlco, Mo. 342 Wostern
Uuw and have their wants supplied,
jeg'-l' . A. D. CARBON A CO.
V7"ANTED TO WOOD TURNERS 1000
. .i , JJ'nffs for Flags. Also, soihl) frarhea for Oeco
rnllulia fur tliu coming Fourth, by CHURCH of tho
Post-oHice News-stand. je20- b
TANTED A MAN To work on a Farm;
, , he must have great experience in every
ranch, have no objection it ho is married, can furu
lMh him with a house aad fair wages. Address left at
tins othce directed to 8. C. jel8-b
WANTED By a yonng lady, a situation
to tend in a Fancy or Dry Goods Store. Good
relerenca given. Address, A. 8. Jel8
ANTED IMMEDIATELY A good
Cook. WlUilinr mirl I r nar mt Kn tu
it cm, rum Birem. JO)7b
T ANTED RIGHT OFF A few active
T men to sell a new patent article, (required by
every housekeeper,) who, with but a small capital
can make from S3 to Sin per day. Inquire at 392
V est Third street, or 257 Western Row. Jel7-b
"mANTED Any number of Terrier Pupi
cool place to keep them until well. No
trouole from Dies. Also, three well bred
f"nck and tan Puna for pula. Call at the'
btablesou Burnet street, between Vine and Race and
lliird and Fourth. , je!7.bt
"VV"ANTEI) To kir a good brass cannon
. f:'.r 4,11 of Ju,Sr nT one having a cannon to
'oan will be paid well for tho use of it. Address
WILL, 1'resBUrtice. iel7-b
VANTED BLACKSMITH To go to
. . Franklin, Tnd.; one who can Shoe Horses,
and do all kinds of work. Address D. W. TAfMJ,
Irntikllii, Iiid. jol6-b
"'t'trANTED A Danseuse, and a firat class
gentleman Vocalists. Apply at
Queen City Garden. jelt-t
M7"ANTEb-SITUATI0N-By a man
understands to work i n a garden, take charge
of a horse, nnd will make himself general useful.
Can take the capacity of a porter in auv business;
will give a trial for aiiinll WRges. Reference given
ddressJ.V. P., this office. Je'J-am
to see a great variety of Songs, to call, home,
diately at the Filth Street Periodical Htorr,
No. IDS, between Uaoe and Klin, where are kept near
ly all sorts of papers, magaxinea and songs to be
found anywhere. job
WANTED GIRLS Wan tinggood places
to do housework or chamberwork. Call im
mediately at Mis. W ARNER'S Intelligence Office,
alto West Flfih street. Also, Ladies wanting good
help, can obtniii them by calling at the above No.
100 MORE ACTIVE MEN
TO SELL A NSW CHART OF
SEAT OP WAR IN EUROPE.
r"1IIIS beautiful Chart and Map is having a
i- tremendous salejrfar oxoeediug anything uf the
Surt ever gotieu up in this country.
In addition to this Map I publish a large variety of
Subscription liouks, Maps, Kngravings, tc. Sold
ouly by Traveiiug Agents. CalMmmediately, or ad
dress. MACK R. BARNITZ, Publisher,
jc22-ani 3s and 40 West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Yonng,
also Middle-aged Men, Blechanlcs, Farmers,
Clerks, Doctors, Lau'vers, Teachers, Students, aud In
fact all intelligent ai.d energetic men who are out of
employ, or who Uesliu to cbaugo their occu,wtiou for
a time lu order to recruit their health and invigorate
their systems, or in order to engage in a pleasant aud
profitable busiuoss.or to seethe country, can And a
pleasant, uneful and profitalileeiiipluymentliycalling
at 11. M. RUI.ISON'S American Queen CitySubscrip
tjou Beok Pul.lishiiig-house, No. 141 Mala atroet,
Cincinnati, Ohio, or by addressing
U. M. RDLISON,
mylH-bm Cinclunati, O.
IOR SALE HOUSE and LOT Tor 1,300,
in easy paymenta. Frame House with six
rooms, celh.r uud hydrant. No, II Pluebe street, bet.
Plum aud Western Itow. Lot 2 feet front bj 3i
feet deep. Rtuts for 1216 a year. Inquire at 214
Catharine street. je24-c
I710R SALE RECEIPTS For the uianu--1
factuie of all kinds of wines and liquors equal
to the beat imported. Inquire at 2 West Filth st.
1,1 OR SALE CHEAP A steam Engine and
. Boiler, second-band, but in first rato condition.
Iiugiue is eight inch bore and two feet stroke; Boiler
tweuly-two feet by forty-two Inch, two dued. Also,
a Power ftlortlalnsi Muchln No. 1, ef Lane A
BoUley'iiueke. Apply at J. W. WATliC 8 Harof.
ware Htore. I'M Main street, near Fifth. je!7-b
1.1 OR SALE OR EXCHANGE A very de
. sirahle Farm of 40 acres, three miles rrom the
city on the Harrison Pike; it is well adapted for a
vine and fruit farm. There is now ou the place I4UU
choice fruit trees, besides strawberries, gooseberries,
currants, raspberries, stu. Will be sold at a great
Iwrgaln, Terms, half cash, balance in city property
or western lands. Inquire at the Dank or Savings,
on Sixth street. JlH-b
IilOR SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS'
Wagons, Spring Wagons and Farmers' Wagons,
new and second-hand. J. R, PALMF.il,
i72-tw4w M Bank it., near Western Bow.
IlOR RENT HOUSE A good three-story
..Ur,rV w,,n J," Azores. Also apartment for
small families, In Nos. us and 100 Milton street. In
qulre at Co'twge altova. ji24-b
IIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM One
. or two gentlemen can be accomnindnted with a
neatly furnl.hed front room, on tho second floor,
without liard, with the prlvllfge of bath, gas In
every room, In a respectable private family T here are
no boarders, at No. 108 Longworth street, betwecu
Mm and Plum. ' Jo23-b
TjlOR RENT DWELLING On Sixth
.freet, with nine rooms. Sixteen dollars per
month. Furniture for sale at aerrlltce. Immediate
poKsesslon given. Address CHANCE, Post-office.
J!0R RENT The Store and Dwelling on
Sixth street, between Mnin and Walnnt. north
plOR RENT Brick Dwelling HoOso, Vo.
jsV' TO Harrison street. Apply to W. F. THORNB,
142 Walnut street. je21-b
FOR RENt 8PLENDtD STORE, No. 10
East 4th street; now occupied by T. W. Spnigue
ft Co. Knoulrennthepreml.es. Ileht low. Sprague
Co. will removo to 8. K. comer Vine and 4th
BOARDING A lady and gonttemnn, and
two or three single gentlemen, rah be accom
modated in a private family, No. 222 Longworth St.,
Kast of Smith. je22-ct
TJOARDING Throe or four Gentlemen
i.iu in, m.i:,iiniuooitiuii wun pleasant irotil
rooms and board, by making Imineiljate application
j, in. i iiijiinuvcoiiDuuur aoovu c our.u. Also
lew oay ooaroers. 'iirms moiierate.
BOARDING Two gentlemen oan obtain
a pleasant room with board In a private famllv,
at No. 107 Longworth street, Iratweeu tlmnnd Plum.
Terms tnodetaie. jola-b
OST On Wednesday, near tho corner of
Fifth and Broadway, a Ladles Gold Nock Chain.
The Under will he suitably rewarded by leaving the
same with JOHN F. PAIR A CO., 40 and 42 Lower
Market street. je24-b
STRAY' HORSE Taken up on Sunday, the
lvth, on West Court street, between John and
Mound, a bright bay Horse, with Mack mane and
tall, about !6i hands high, with white collar and
saildle marks, and right hind foot white. Inquire nf
Fifteenth Ward Day Watrhman;or at J. P. KPPLT'S
stable, corner Ninth and Plum. jeas-lutr
AUCTION SAL 13. BY C. J. W.
. . ?MITH) Auctioneer, 221 Vine street. Valiln.
nl e Third Sr r llii.lnxi.. In..u.. ajM- n
null Ml.between Walnut and Vine streets. Will be
sold at Public Auction, on Tuesday morning, June
28, at 11 o'clock, on the premises, two large four
story buildings with basement cellars, being Nos. 5!l
and 81, on the aouth-sldo of Third street, between
vnm mm naiiim. t tie i.oi is o.. ion. iront uy tiy leet
deep. Title perfect. Sale positive. Term's made
known at sale. je23-t
TO BE HAD.
H. Clarke & Go's
NO. S3 WEST FOURTH STREET.
CLARETS I CLARET8M
WE HAVH RECEIVED
100 Cases St. Jullen Claret.
Which we oner at a small advance.
K. B. A W. B. COLEMAN,
jozl 6 and 6 Burnet House Building.
CHAMPAIGN 13 WINES.
- ' iiUrRI A L, '
And other favorite brands, aonstantly on hand.
r.. a. a w. a. colkman,
Je2l 9 and Ii Burnet House Building.
Iflffc QR0SS TOILET SOAP,
Jf9W On consignment, Tory low.
noicis, uoaruing-uouses ana larallies would do
well to examine the stock.
K. B. ft W. B. OOLEMAN.
S and 6 Burnet House Building.
18186. Hamilton Common Pleas.
BENJAMIN F. SMITH,
rjlHE DEFENDANT AVILL TAKE N0---
TICK that the nlaintifThna Died her netlilnn lii
the Court of Common I'loaa. of fliimiitoti c.nntv.
praying for a divorce from him aud allowauceof suffi
cient alimony, for cause of adultery with one Muiy
Brady: and that if ho should out liavo pleaded, an
swered or demurred, before the ;wit I. day of July, i&v.i,
she will on that day, or as soon thereafter, aa mar
suit the convenience of the Court, ask a oecree of
divorce and alimony, ftc. hARAH SMITH.
John W. Calowell, Att'y for plalutlD. jol6-ltw6w
Hamilton County, Oblo.
SABAH LKVE ") Common Tleas
vs. V for
FRANK LEVE, J Divorce and Alimony.
THE DEFENDANT IS NOTIFIED THAT
the Plaintiff, on the 4th day of June, A. V. 1a.'j9,
mod her petition against him, in said Court, case,
f p. isoa'!, fur divorce aud alimony; charging liiiu
with wilful absenoe and cross neglect of duly, for
more than three years. The came will be heard at
the June Term of said Court, A. i. I -''.'.
Jab. Bqtli, her Attorney. je8-3t3w-aw
Cimoinhati. June 1. 1H5S.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
.. application will be made for the pardon of
ond degree, at the Julv Terra, lufu. of lha i:,lmlnl
Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, and sentenced to
the penitentiary fur the term of her natural Ill's.
Service acknowledged, June 1, IHM.
, WM. H. KERR,
je2-atwow Ass't Prosecuting Attorney.
D. H. MOONY'S.
Boak, Job, and Ornamental Card Pr ntinn
Is the cheapest and best place In the Capital Oily to
get your Job Printing done with neatness a id ills-
The best in the World.
WE ARB CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
all the different styles of the celehrtH
Which have taken. In every instance, the highest
awards over CHICKKRINU. and all the beat maker
of New York, Bosioa and Baltimore, when brought
iu competition with them.
DAii.A4.na vt cum r.n, Boie Agents.
Ho. II Piatt's Building, State street,'
Je20 Columbus, Ohio.
Y C. CHITTENDEN Just received a
new and chean stock of Fanev anrf Ktnl
try Oesdsi Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ac., No. 5.
r.nchaliiie Block. South Hiuh street. Cnhimluiu. (I
which he will sell cheap for cash. my28-am
nUSIIBY b HART ARTI8TS, Armo-
tl.11 ilni.tt. UI..V. .
sw ay unii aim, m uuuvu ! ! VU1 II Ul U UJ1
Ohio. Photogrftpnii. AmbnUype Mid Melalnutypei
exocuted iu auyitylo or and at the lownt prlc?a
jjiie iikb rurirHii cuiorvu in uu. rononi nnviog
PtfcKuvrrtwiypaa of their deotmMd friend oan bava
fa Uh rul UkuM of Uftj lite, colored Id Oil or Crayon.
tuiikii MuiMCuoii giraa or no cuars wrw
Oompllments to all. Will be home for three months.
JO Eaat Fourth XmnU
Jom 25, I860. (S07)
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
10 Enat Fourth Street.
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Ties, New,
10 Rut Foarth Street,
erwill remove to the corner of fourth and Vine
drat of August,
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, JUNE 25.
M r.Tgoaorooif ai P sr.VATiois, for the Pallv Presa
by Hinby W AaK.Opticlan.No. 7 West Fourth street.
Corrected dally. June 31, 159.
TA.H 2".fi2 efi
12 M iu .v.i ;o
e P. M W.M to
Thr new building for the Ninth-street Meth
odist Church is in rapid progress of erection.
A non supposed to be rabid, was killed yes
tordaT afternoon, on Sixth street between Main
and Sycamore Streets.
Judgi A. G. W. Carter, has oonsented to
deliver the Oration at the 4th of July celebra
tion at Mason, Warren county, Ohio.
Thrir or four gentlemen wore relieved of
their pocket-books, on Thursday evening,
while attending the leotureof Dr. M.B. Wright
at Smith A Nixon's nail.
Unpaio Ijr.TTP.ns IlETAiNEn roaPosTAos JtNxrl.
A. 0. MoFarlBnd, Hamilton, Ohio.
Miss Matilda Curtis, Terra Haute, Ind.
Mess. McKiuuie & bstoli, Anderson, Ind.
Mrs. George Gould. Kirkevllle.lt. I.
Mrs. Lucretia W. Bainbrldge, Martlnvllle, Ind.
Thr Debolt Exohange, corner nf Main and
Court streets, was broken into some time dur
ing Thursday night, and robbed of a small
amount of money and some silver spoons.
Soul thief entered the back yard of Mrs.
Clarissa Wilson, on the Hamilton road, near
the Mohawk bridge, on Thursday night, and
stole a number of garments from off the clothes
A young man who gave his name as John
Foster, was arrested yesterday afternoon,
charged with attempt to rob the money draw
er of a bakery on Sixth street, between Vine
and Walnut streets.
Wood's Theater Birch and Donnikkr'8
Minstrels. This troupe still continues to be
the attractive feature in the amusements of the
city. They present an excellent bill of enter
tainment for this evening, and will doubtless
draw a full bouse.
The City Treasurer yesterday reoeived from
the County Treasurer $63,000 in advance of
taxes. This sum will be divided as follows :
Interest Fund, $28,200 ; School Fund, $28,000;
Watch Fund, $8,500 ; Fire Department Fund,
S. T. Hambi.eton & Co. have eontranted to
build a new steamer for the Memphis Packet
Company. She is to be 180 feet long, 38 feet
beam; 33 feet floor and 1 eet hold. She is to
be oalled the "Memphis," and will be com
pleted by the 1st of Ootober. She Will be com
manded by Capt. James Bugher.
Thr lobbies of the Council Chamber were
orowded with auditors last evening to listen to
the debate! on the speoial orders, both of in
tense interest to the community. The ques
tion of building a new Hospital was very ably
debated by Messrs. Marsh, Meyer, Bunyan,
Hoi lister and others. The result will be seen
In our Council report.
About four o'clock yesterday morning as
a man was passingHenry Kessler's leather
store, on Main street, between Sixth and Sev
enth, he was knocked down by some unknown
person and badly cut in the faoe. He was
found by passers by, in an insensible condi
tion. Those who found him say they searohed
for more than half an hour for the watch but
not a solitary policeman could be found.
A i.itti.b boy, capless and shoeless, was
missed from his father's residence, No. 06
Court street, between John and Mound streets,
yesterday morning it is little Johnny Gil
bert,who must have been enjoying himself in
a free nnd easy style in his oheck slip while
father and mother, lately from Philadelphia,
wore all day searching for the lad. When
last we saw the father, he was yet in search
A younq man named John Foster entered a
bakery yesterday afternoon, on the south side
of Sixth street, between Elm and Plum streets,
and endeavored to rob the money drawer. He
was deteoted by the proprietor and detalneu
until Officer Strong came in and took him into
custody. He fought desperately all the way
to the station-house, and gave the officer so
much trouble, that a charge of resisting was
also entered against him.
The Glorious Fourth. An untoward ap
athy exists among our sitizens in regard to a
proper observance of our National Anniver
sary, and it is now evident that there will be
no general celebration unless it be a spontane
ous one. A correspondent In the Times sug
gests that bonfires be burned in the streets,
the various bells rung, etc This will be bet
ter than nothing, but let tomelhiwj be done in
commemoration of the natal day of American
Li kit. Bernard, now of the Independent
Police foroe informs us that a man oommitted
suicide, about four o'clock yesterday morning
by drowning himself in the Ohio river, at the
Water-works. He was observed to first throw
his hat into the water,' and subsequently plunge
in himself. Several persons sped to rescue
him, and threw planks within his reach, but
he determinedly refused to avail himself of
them. He was very genteely dressed and wore
heavy dark whiskers.
, , . mm
Ashual Miitino or tbr Alumni Associa
tion or the Weslrtan Female Institute.
The Alumni of thli Institute held their annual
meeting, yesterday afternoon, in the chapel of
the college. The stage waa draped In deep
mourning, In respect to the memory of their
deceased President. Mrs. B. S. Leavett pre
sided. Several essays were read; also a me
moir of the late President, and of a younglady,
one of the alumni, who died a few months
ilnoe. The exercises were impressive and interesting.
Special Meeting of the City Council.
At a special meeting of the city eounotl last
evening, the report of the committee on the
conditio of the Hospital and pent-house being
the special order, came up for discussion. The
report states that the committee have visited
three buildings accompanied by the Directors
of the City Infirmary ami found them unlit for
the use for whloh thev were designed. Thew
have no doubt but that many lives are lost In
consequenoe of condition of the Hospital and
the Impure air surrounding it. They offered
in conclusion, the following resolutions t
Resolved, That a resolution passed January
29, 1858, appropriating a ten aore lot belong
ing to the city, located on Freeman street, be
tween Hopkins and Kennon streets, known as
the prst-house lot, for a public park, be and
is hereby rescinded.
Resolved, That the piece of land belonging
to the olty of Cincinnati, commonly oalled tho
nest-house lot, be nnd is hereby appropriated
for the purposo of erecting a new City Hos
pital thereon, and such improvements as the
City Council may hereafter ordain.
Reselved, That the Committee on City
Buildings is requested, in eonnection with the
Direotors of the City Infirmary, to procure a
plan and estimate of cost of a new Hospital
Mr. Runyan moved to amend the sooond res
olution by ohanging the proposed looation for
the now hospital from tho pcst-hoiue lot to the
orphan asylum lot.
Mr. Marsh presented several remonstrances
against locating a hospital on the post-house lot.
On motion, the whoio subject was re-committed.
8trrrt Railroad Discrssion. Mr Terry
was cailed to the chair, and Council went
Into Committee of the Whclo.
Tho Street Railroad ordinanco waa taken
tip four sections of which had heretofore
been adopi'ed in Committee Mr. Torrence,
at whose instance a provision had been in
serted in the irdinonoe, securing the pur
chase of omnibus property moved to amend
the same to be more specific, and submitted
the following as a substitute :
Sec 3 provided that before said Street Rail
road Company shall commence to run their
oars upon any street, where it will injuriously
affect or interfere with the business of any
Omnibus line or lines now established, they
shall, at the option of the owner or owners of
such Omnibus line, purchase euoh Omnibus line
or lines, together with all property bolonging
to and used in such Omnibus business, at a
price to be agreed upon between said Street
Railroad Company and tfuch Omnibns line or
lines, or, if they cannot Agree, then to be as
certained in the following manner; One disin
terested person, acquainted with tho value of
said Omnibus business nnd property, shall be
chosen by said Street Railroad Company, and
one Dy suon umnious line, s.na me two persons
so selected, if they cannot agree, Bhall choose
a third, aud the valuation set by these porsons,
or any two of them, in writi ng, on such Omni
bus business and property, shall be final and
Mr. Baum said that he had been against the
Street Railroad, but if the omnibus clause pre
sented by Mr. Torrence was adopted, he would
go for the street railroad.
Mr. Weasner was decidedly against the
amendments. Vcte for the ordinance as re
ported do it to-night and circumvent the
monopoly that has sought to condemn to its
own use, all the streets of this oity for their
Mr. Mack was surprised that any reasonable
person should favor the omnibus provision he
had voted against it whon the first provision
was engrafted on the ordinance and will vote
Mr. Noble said the amendment is brief, and
to the same purpose as the amendment already
approved it should be adopted. V
Mr. Baum read a provision similiar to that
of Mr. Torrence, with tho addition that the
omnibus property shall be estimated at cash
value, and the omnibus companies to notify
the Street Railroad Co.'s within 30 days.
Mr. Marsh favored the protection to those
who had been pioneers in the omnibus transit.
The Railroad gets a speoial privilege, and if
damage ooours to other vehicles, are not re
sponsible but if an omnibus runs Into a car
riage, it must pay.
Mr. J. B. Davis was in favor of Street Rail
roads, but was opposed to tacking on such an
Mr. Moore could not see how it would be
just to compel the Railroad Company to pay
for an omnibus, than for any other vehicle.
From the way things look to him, the in
crease latterly of omnibus lines in difforent
streets, it has been with a design to get bought
Mr. Kiersted was opposed to the amendment;
he opposed, beside, the idea oi purchasing
Mr. Torrence said there was no design to
buy or compel the purchase of real estate. He
was willing to insert such a restriction. The
'busses ran at first at a loss, and now that they
are getting through the difficulty, they are to
be turned away.
Let the Railroad Companies make the pur
ohaBe for the horses and harness they can
use at onoe and the 'busses will be needed by
them at the end of their stations. Mr. Mooro
contended that if these Railroads will increase
the demand for omnibuses, what do they want
to be bought off for?
Mr. Torrenoe's substitute was adopted as
Seotion 3. Mr. Pierce then moved to strike
out the section thus adopted. Lost.
The ordinance provides for an annual lioense
on each oar for the first five years at $25; next
ten years $50; next ten years $75. A lengthy
dlsoussion arose on this Important provision of
Mr. Whitoomb wished to hare the Railroads
bound to pay one per cent, per oaplta for all
passengers of said oompanies during the next
Mr. Runyan proposed in lieu of a lioense
that each railroad company should pay an
nually to the oity, during the first five years i
of one cent per passenger on a contract for
twenty-fire years, unless extended.
Mr. Eggleston went In for revenue to the
oity; be was proud that he had voted to g.et rid
of a monopoly and advised members to stand
by the city's interest His plan was to adver
tise for the highest and best bid, and only one
track should be offored at a time, and thus com
petition will prove a benefit to the oity.
Mr. Whitcomb having withdrawn bis propo
sition, Mr. Eggleston submitted the following
as a substitute:
Sec 8 provided thai the City Auditor shall,
when Instructed by the City Counoil to adver
tise for ten days in the official papers of the
city, stating the routes whioh have been desig
nated by Counoil for Street Railroads, and ask
for sealed proposals under this ordinance to
construct the same, and the Company or indi
viduals that will pay the highest amount of
license' per car per annum, or the highest
amount for each passenger carried, shall be
considered the successful bidder. Provided.
however, the City Council shall be the ludgts
or the bids.
Mr." Pierce desired to have the rate of car
ding passengers reduced to three cents each.
and the bonus of Contnanr small. Mr. No
ble favored the proposition to advertise. The
Cincinnati Street Railroad Company is not
the only dangerous company. Let vis get rid
of outside pressure ; let us take time to con
sider the ordinance end starve out these East
ern meu and give the work to our own citizens.
After further discussion, Mr. Eggleston's
substitute, section A, was theu adopted.
Mr. Marsh moved that the provision bIiouU
not prevent any one that pleased laying n
track on any street. His was tho only volo
for the proposition.
At 12 o'clock tho committee rose, and Couu-
cil adjourned, making the Stroct Railroad
subject the special order for Monday night.
Board of City Improvements.
was to advertise for sealed
To pave with bowlders, none less than four
four inches diameter, as follows :
Twelfth street, from E. gutter of W. Row to
the Miami Canal
Stone alley from Fifth street to S. S. Burke
Front street from east side of Mill street t
To repair with brick the unpaved sidowalk
on Richmond street, from Western Row In
To pare with bowlders Court street from
Western Row to W. side of Baymiller.
Fifth Btreet from Whitewater Canal Bridge
to N. gutter of Front street.
To pave with lime-stone Doonersberger
street from Eighth to a point 597' feet south
erly. Baldwin alley from Twelfth street to Thir
teenth. Advertisements for the following work de
clared by the City Council as necessary to bo
done, was for the present withheld, vtt:
To grade and pave with limestone KembL
street from Harriet 340 foet west.
Seventh streot from Harriet 340 feet west.
To grade and pare with brick the unpaved
sidewalks on John street from Seventh, to
The Clerk wos directed to advertise for seal
To build an iron bridge over the Miami Ca
nal at Walnut street, bidders to furnish their
own plans, the floor to be of the best oak tim
bers, not less than Z4 inches thick.
The Clerk was directed to propare and trans
mit to the City Council ordinances to assess
speoial taxes on real estate bounding:
East Front street from Butler to Miami Ca
nal. Melanothon street from Cotter to John.
Melanothon street from Cutter to Jones.
The Clerk was direoted to inform the City
Counoil that Samuel Wiggins deolined the
terms proposed requiring him, in the proposed
arrangement of sewering the publio landing,
to Macadamise, at his own cost, the lower
portions of Walnut, Vine, Race and Elm
The estimate of this department for the
month of July, is as follows: ;
Cleaning streets .....f 2,IK
Bowlder paving and repair nf bridges 2,Mi
Paving of intersection of streets 2,mi
Repair of accepted howldered streets l.vnt
Ruilding culverts 10.11
Repairs of City Buildings and I'olice Court
Cleaning aud repairiug culverts fun
Hataries H 310
Wm. Minah having deolined award for re
pairing with bowlder stone Linn street, from
Poplar to N. line of Findlay, recommendation
was made of the next lowest bid, that of J. W.
Repairs were authorized as follows :
if 15 Freeman street from Front to Sixth.
$20 Bridges over Whitewater Canal ut
Fifth and Carr streets.
Further time of sixty days was recoin
meuded J. W. Scuddcr, contractor, for pav
ing side-walk ou Front street, on account oi
scarcity of hard burnt brick. '
The Commissioners of the Western District
having been instructed by City Council to
remove box in front of No. 128 Elm street,
reported " no box found."
Divorce Suits. Judge Carter sat in room
No. 1, and beard applications for divoroe.
James O'Brien vs. Julia O'Brien. A decree
for divorco granted on the ground of adultery.
Elizabeth Zeumer vs. Augustus Zeumer. De
oroe granted in favor of the petitioner (the
wife) on the ground of wilful absenoe, and
gross nogloct of duty.
Snelbakcr for petitioner. '
Elsie Brown vs. Edw. Brown. The case was
heard and taken under advisement.
Cox for petitioner ; O'Connor for respondent.
Nancy Dickey vs. James Dickey. Cade
hoard nnd laid over.
Boyle for petitioner.
Mary Duncan va. R. A. Duncan. Habitual
intoxication and desertion were alleged in the
Eetition, and custody of ohildren waa asked,
ecreo granted and custody of two children
given to potilionor.
Boyle for petitioner.
Trial or Charles Cook. In the Criminal
branch of this Court the call of the Jury wss
returnod before Judge Dickson. The result of
the entire day's work, involving the exhaus
tion of the seoond venire was the obtaining of
only one additional juror. The two jurors now
obtained are Alex. C. Clark of Springfield town
ship, and John Phillips, 10th Ward. A third
venire returnable on this (Saturday morning)
bos been Issued for seventy-four persons.
In tbe Superior Court Room No. 1, the sub
mitted docket was oalled. The other branohos
of the Court were also in session, and transacted
Ski the progress St. Louis is making in
Street Railroads. The following three para
graphs are from yesterday Missouri Demoornt t
Thr Olive Strkit Railway. The rails of
the Olive street railroad were yesterday laid to
Fourth street. Tho work was commenced on
the 15th Inst., at Twelfth street. Mr. Wells,
the President, informs as that if the oars ar
rive in season, the publio may take a ride on
Monday next. The ears were shipped from
Philadelphia several days ago. This railway
will now be prosecuted with vigor, westward
from Twelfth street, and very soon tbe whole
length of Olive street will be commanded by
those convenient Street Railroad eaas. - - '
Laclkdi Railway. This road, beginning
Id the extreme northern part of the city, and
terminating in the extreme southern part, is
to be eommenoed In a short time, when the
city will be traversed from north to south and
from east to west, by lines of railway, afford
ing such convenience of travel lo oar people as
they have never heretofore enioved. The
change will be a moat agreeable one from tbe
present mode Dy omnibus.
Tua Citizens' Street Railway Tbe rails
of tbe above road have already been laid on
Morgan street, from Garrison avenue half way
lo Beaumont streot. The work is daily pro
gressing with great rapidity. About fifty
hands are t work.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
Washiuqtok, Jane 24.--The War .Depart,
ment has issued general orders with the view
or enforcing the greatest possible economy la
tbe military service, especially in the convey
ance and distribution of supplies. . . ,
No buildings are to be erected, nor any ex
traordinary expense Incurred, except by au
thority of the War Department, and no per
sons shall be hired for purposes immediately
oonnected with tbe troops, exoepting the neces
sary guides and interpreters. - - '
All hired persons not authorised by the tenor
of the orders, will be forthwith discharged and
the services, if necessary, be performed by the ;
enlisted men. . . . . ....
Lord Napier, In a private letter reoeived by
the last arrival from Europe, says he does aot
anticipate any movement In the Diplomatic
body wbioh will send him to a post different :
from the Haguo, which ha expects to reach in
A report has for some time been current that
Commander Maury la to be detached from the 1
National Observatory. ' Those best acquain
ted with tbe subjeot, say that If this should
take plaoe it would be with the view to place
him in active service as a eommander, In which
capacity he has not served einee his elevation '
to that rank, and that Without auoh servioa he
would not be in the line of further promotion.
Captain Uarwood, commander Dahlgreen and '
Lieut. W. 8. Maury, have been appointed hr
the Navy Department, as a board to test snott
small fire-arms as may be presented. ' Tbe
trial will commence to-morrow at the Wash
Health of Secretary Floyd, etc.
24 The Times' Wash.
Ington correspondent says:
becretary k loyd continues in delioate health,
and sorious apprehensions are felt for tbe re
sult. His family are anxious that he should
retiro from his present position. He has re
moved to the Soldiers' Home.
Judge Douglas left this afternoon for New -York,
where he will spend several weeks.
Although Gov. Walker dined with Mr. Bu
chanan on Saturday last, he declares a contin
uance of the previous political differences, aai
says that no one can ever justify or exonsejthe
Arrival of the Santa Fe Mail.
St. Louis, June 24. The Santa Fe mall
With dates to the Klh Inat arrivaH .t r.J.n...
A . . ,
donce to-day. . . 7 r
Tbe Democratic Convention was to meet at
Albuquerque on tbe 7thinst. It was expected
that Otero would be nominated for re-election
to Congress.; The Opposition talk of running
Col. St. Vrain.. .....
New Hampshire Legislature.
II.. June 24 In tha New
Hampshire House of Representatives, yester
day , a stringent bill in relation to the rendition of
alleged fugitive slaves was reported by the Ju
diciary Committee. The bill provides that any
person who shall aid or abet in any rendition
of a person claimed as a slave, shall be punish
ed for the first offence by five years imprison
ment, and for the second by imprisonment for
lifo. . The bill passed its first stages by s vote
of 134 to 100.
Republican State Convention.
BlTRI.INOTnH. Tow. '.Tun Ql Ttia T4.nn1.1f-
can State Convention at Desmoines, on the 22d,
nominated me lollowing ticket: For Governor.
S. J. Kirkwood; Lieut. Gov., N. B. Busch;
Sunrama Tteneh.T.. P T.n.. T. Tl tl..L
and Caleb Baldwin. Resolutions, condemning
mo vas oaiurunraiion letter, tne slave trade,
and the Massachusetts amendment, were
Death an Ex. Member of Congress.
CHAkinsRsnuRG, Pa.. June 24. Hon. D. O.
Robioson, Ex-Member of Congress from this
district, died here to-day. from the disease '
which he contracted at the National Hotel, In
rvaeningioD, in tuo spring 01 iodv.
The Welland Canal.
St. Catharines', 0. W., June 24. The break 1 '
in the Wetland Canal has been repaired, and
boats will commence passing through at noon ' ',
Pittsburgh, June 24P. M. The River Is
unchanged sinoe noon. Weather wet.
St. Louis. June 24. P. M The River has
fallen six inches in the past 24 hours and is
still receding. All the upper streams are re.
ported tailing. Weather clear and pleasant
Louisville, June 24, P. M. River station- ' '
ary with 0 feet V inches in the oanal, and 4-feet
0 inches on the rolls.
Arrival and Departure of Steamers.
Arhivals Iilfthtloot, Nashville; Forest Queen,
Madison; t'aledoula, ilaysviile; Superior, Louisville; 'l
Caroline, Wabash River; Boston, Big Sandy.
Dl:rAIlTURRS Htirerlor. ljOlHsville: Hurtnon. Nash.
vllle; Courier, Whceline: JiirtRe Torrcnco, New Or-
leans; iaieuouia, aiaysvuie; forest vjueen, jnauison.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, June 24.
FLOCR There was a tinner feeling in the market
to-day, and an improved demand for the flnor grades
at an advance ol luo. per brl. Ounuiiun suporAne
is in but limited demand, but holders are firmer;
sales 1,3H brls. bupertine ut gfl nil; 2Mi do. do. at V6 06;
to do. choice bupertine at tti't 23; 2!.t do. do. do. at
Sii 1'.; liodo. extraatSa 30; loodo. White Wheat at
tffi Mil undo. do. at 8f in. and Ml do. extra at ft'. 40.
Hocefved during the past 24 hours 1,837 brls.
CORN The market is hrm and round lots sell
readily on arrival at toc.; small lots sell from store at
eSi(w7c.; sales 1,700 hush.
RYE A continued good demand, and prices are
Arm; a sale of 200 bush, ut 9.V.
WHEAT Tho market Is tirm with a good demand:
sales 5110 bush, fair WhttentSl 3S; 400 du. fair mixed
at Si 2.ri; do. prime Red at (1 32,' j. . ,
BARLEY The market is steady and prices un
changed; sales 200 bush, at fUlc.
OATS A fair demand and the market is firm at
ft.'itfi'.Sec. on arrival.
PROVISIONS There is no matorlul change in the
market since our lant report, with the exception uf
an improved deiuaud for bacon bhouldera, & hhds.
of which sold ut 7c. Bacou Sidos are in demand at
9c., hut holders are flrui at He above this tiauro. A
good demand for bulk meats at 6t'4c. for Side, aud
be. for Shoulders; sale OO.iKKI lbs. Shoulders at 6c.
loose. M.cs Pork is In fair demand aud the market
linn; sales 200 brls. at SIS.
LARD is In demand at 11c. but we hear of no
WHISKY The demand continues active, and tha
market buoyant, and prices have further advanoao)
kc.i sales tiu brls. at 2Ai(2.v7c. the latter from
wagon, and 167 brlS. 2 years old at 26c. , .
New York Market.
NEW YORK, June 24, P. M.
steady and unchanged, while Interior is fte lower;
sales t.soo brls at S'. 7.'. 5 00 for superior State ; St li
(u i 40 for extra State ; 10 for superior West-'
ern; fa Ztui 411 for extra do.; SieurgS IU for superior
Weateru ; 0 V&e 7a for common to good extra
Western, uud So 6011 at' for do. roiiud jluop Ohio:
closing quiet. Bre Hour dull at 4 00(4,4 78.
Wheat dull and declining; sales of 12.O0O bushels
at $1 4 for white Kentucky, el so for new Amber
Georgia. SI 40 lor mixed llliuole, f I M for mixed '
ekiiithern, 81 61 lor red Michigan, and red w astern on
private terms. Rye dull at mxaw.'w. Barter dull at .
UK7i7il. Corn unchanged: sales of 3S,uno bushels at
7!i;u.-Sc for m w mined Western, &3&84C for new Wes
tern yellow, 2(nii3c f r red, and n2c for round white.
Oats dull at 4!i4tc for State, 4a)u for Oanadia. is
Whl.kv steady: sales of 9H1 l,rl. ml 2T,Urto:j7c
Pork dull and lower; sales l,Miobrls. at f 16 itt for mess;
la 79 for sour do.; Si7ols for Prime Mesas; f IV for
clear; flfeo,! 74 for thin Mess, aud SI3 2Aal3 S7 fur
Prime. Uuot unchanged; sales Sou brls. at as softer
for Country Prime; I'.irt,U 24 fordo. Mesa; logol a
for repacked Chicago, aud SH&I.1 90 for outre. Beef
LI am. nrm; sales V brls. at l.'jiln. Bacon dull
aud nominal. Cut Meata dull and heavy; sales ISO
packages, at 6Woc fur Bhouldera, aud 7MsaHo,
to; llama. Lard firmer, sales Ann brls. at lOMcvll 'ic.
-Butter quiet St I34il6 for Ohio, aud Initio, for
State. Chi see. tiiMlio.. and dull.
Cotton vloaed iiuiel; sales 600 bales te-ttef,
sales yesterday were 1,1011 bales,
Lead heavy: Galena quoUm! at H fit! J ', H )
lubacco dull at t(ft 12c ..... , ....
Tallow dull at loWriiHlo. - 1 ' r " -l-l'S.
Wool unchanged; sales So, in lbs ut Fleece at n
500. Pulled U quiet aS.Kn6ue., -a .. . .',1 O J (4
pS .lenoy, oiuscuvauu o '4(Oino,
Fieights on Cotton to Liverpool JsS-tM. "' " '
;i r 1. 1
1 urar i
. ,.1 1 -ii. :r 1
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, June 24—P. M.
Stocks dull. Chlesm ami Rock hluil MU! IK' r
nols Central. M1.: SliDiltfun Soollier,,. N- V..rV
Central, 73.; Reading, Missouri Sixes, Se;
liiilena and Chicugo, rVlia: Mlchlaan Central tfi
Cleveland and Toledo, t; Pacinc stall, I7-4-16.