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, "WArJTS," "FOK BALK," "TO I,1CT," "liOST,"
"FODJiD,"e ,ln tht. onliimn.oocpyln three lines
it less, two Insertions, twenty-five cents.
WANTED One good female Cook, and
one wash women. Apply t Madison Hon,
roTlngton, Ky. je2s-b
WANTED A PARTNER In an esteb
lished OommlMlon business. An excellent
chance for party with ft 100, to got Into a paWn
business. Apply to HALR A CO., N, K, eorner of
Ifth and Vine streets; room No. I. je28-b
WANTED FOREMANSHIP IN A
Bhoe Btorei will nt, mend and nuke new
work! nn lu auiulli. ' i . .. i ...... ..
? In business. Good referonce given. Address 0. 8.,
comer Nlhth and Freeman. e2-d
S WANTED A" tn Terrier Pups In town
to trim the ears. I have a nice,
Cool place to keep them. No trounle
irom met. Alio, for 'Rale one well bred
black and tan tint Pup. nix week. old,1
nicely trimmed. Price, Ave dollar. Call at the 8ta
nine on Burnet etreet, between Vina and Baee and
Third and rourth. Je38-bf
"WANTED A FEW AGENTS To travel
, " and sell article of nee and wanted by every
family. Call at 76 Third iitreot, near Vine, up stair.,
Jew 8' o 1 J A. M ., and from 3 to 6 P. M.
Y7"ANTED IMMEDIATELY Three
w ood carriage wood workers: one carriage
blacksmith, at JAMES BICHABDSQN'S Factory,
ftM Western Row. je37-b
w We expect a large number of people at our
office, to.day. Thoae winning to hire help, and those
wl.hlna situations, would do well to call early and
have their names registered on onr books. Come
oue, come all; first come, first served. Harvest
hands are now In demand at the General Intel lleence
Asency, Ko. 882 Western Bow. A. D. CARHON
VV"ANTED A Clerk in an office Ten
young men as agents, salary according to
agreement. Also, several girls wanted for general
house-work in city and country. For information,
;npl at the General Intelligence Agency, No. Ss
Western Bow. A. D. CAHMt'N A CO. jeZ7 bt
VVANTED 1,000 OR 9I,00 for two,
w three or tonr years at 10 pur cent , on a good,
unincumbered, improved Farm, about twenty miles
1mm Cincinnati, along a Railroad. Title perfect.
I rJ.'Ur'y worth Js.iioi). Address at onco EXPECT
ANT, Box W2, Clnclnnntl, (). je27-h
7"ANTED T0 RENT A front room
. w T s)tiii0 for a Grocery, with one or two ad
joining rooms. Location somewhere between Court
street and the river. Address 8. G. FOGG, at this
WANTED PERSONS DESIROUS OF
learning SLK0TRO-PLAT1NO, a valuable
art, greatly in demand all over the oonntrr, can be
tiiueht in a fowdava, by applying to Dr. EICIIAKPH,
Dentist, No. 1 Eycamore street. je25-aw
M7"ANTED A GIRL To do general
w w housework In a small family. Recommen
dations required. Wages (2 per week. Inquire at
41 Baum t. jo2t-c
m7"ANTED To purchase a Scholarship for
, a thorough course of Bookkeeping. Please
ddress Box 157ii, City .Post-office, stating terms.
WANTED NOTICE Tha undersigned
wishes to get a well furnished room in a pri
vate family of "elderly people," with break last nmi
tea, where there are no other boarders; location
within ten or twenty minutes walk of the Post-office.
BiMt of references given. Address A. M., at this
office. jc23 A
WANTED Persons wanting to employ
good female help, call at Mrs. WARNER'S
Intelligence Office Also, girls wanting places to do
houHB-work, call and leave their naui-s at Mrs.
WARNER'S Intelligence Office, 30s Fifth street,
between Western Row and John. je23-aw
WANTED By a young lady, a situation
to tend in a Fancy or Dry Goods Store. Good
reference given. Address, A. 8. Jem
WANTED SITUATION By a man who
understands to work in a garden, take charge
of a horse, and will make himself general useful.
Can tako tlio capacity of a porter in auy business;
will give a trial for small wugos. Beference given.
Address J. W. P., this office. Je9-am
WANTED S.OOO PEOPLE Anxious
to see a great variety of Songs, to call, imme
diately at Hie Filth street l'erindlcnl Htorc,
No. 1M, between JKace and Elm, where are kept near
ly all sorts of papers, magazine and songs to tie
found anywhere. je8
WANTED GIRLS Wanting Rood places
to do housework or ehamherwork. Call im
mediately at Mrs. WARNER'S Intelligence Office,
804 West Fifth street. Also, Ladies wanting good
help, can obtain them by calling at the above No.
100 MORE ACTIVE MEN
TO BELL A NEW CHABT OF
SEAT OF WAR IN EUROPE.
rMlillS beautiful Chart and Map is having a
M. tremendous sale, far exceeding anything of the
eort ever goten up In this country.
In addition io this Map I publish a large variety of
ouuHcnpuon noons, maps, iMigruvings, sc. com
only by Traveling Ageuts. Call Immediately, or ad
dress. MACK R. BARNITZ, Publisher,
Je22-am 3d and 40 West Fourth St., Cincinnati.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Young,
also Middlo-aged Men, Mechanics, Farmers,
fact all intelligent ai.d energetic men who are out of
employ, or who desire to change their occupation for
a time ic order to recruit their health and Invigorate
their systems, or in order to engage in a pleasant and
profitable business, or to see tiio country, can find a
pleasant, useful and profltableemploymentby calling
at H. M. HIJLISON'S American Quean CltySubacrip
tlon Beok Publishing-home, No. 141 Main street,
I'lutiuuaii, vmo. or uy auuressmg
H. M. BVLISON,
mylg-bra Cincinnati, O.
FOR SALE HOUSE and LOT forl,00,
in easy payments. Frame House with six
rooms, cellar and hydrant. No, Phuebe street, bet.
Plum aud Western Row. Lot 25 feet front by 43'
feet deep. Rents for 8216 a year. Apply to bruit
DKVANT A PATTEN, No. 57 West Third street.
jlOR SALE New and seoonn-hand ma-
Ja. chinery of all descriptions, Steam Engines, Saw,
urist ana r eea mint. u. w. wilibuim x uu..
No. Si East Front St., bet. Broadway and Ludlow,
OR SALE A small farm of land, contain
a short mileof the ouinibui stand. A small dwplllug
in at ncrai. iiLUHirJU ii r)ar mi 1 10110 niii. wiuiiu
nouM lu tua wmtern narc ui CinclnnutL would bo
taken mm port pttyinnut. For nHrticiilnrs inquire of
A. U. LiAttOUW J tJU., BQ. WMWD HOW.
FOR SALK RECEIPTS For the manu
facture of all kinds of wines and liuunrs equal
10 me omi luiporioa, luquire ai zvo neu j iiiq si.
fiOR SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS
JL Wagons, Spring Wagons and Farmers' Wagons,
new aim sucona-nana. j. n. rALai rn,
mya4-3tw4w 64 Bank st. near Western Row.
171 OR RENT One or two gentlemen can be
accommodated with a-large furnished room,
without board, by applying at the corner of Vine and
Kiybth streets. Terms moderate. je2e-b
IOR RENT HOUSE A good tbree-itory
JL Brick, with nil fixtures. Also, apartments for
wan lainuies, in nos. va ana iw JUliton street, in
quire at uo-fge aboTe. j24-b
IjIOH RENT FURNISHED ROOM One
JL or two gentlemen can be accommodated with
neatly iurniBt.ea iront room, on the secoud floor.
uritrinnf Ko.ri with (lm nrMlxaa K.t. iJ
very room, in a respectable private family where are
no boarders, at Ho. 106 Longworth street, between
Xiiiu anu num. jea-o
10R RENT DWELLING On Blxth
-B- atreot. with nine rooms. Bizteen dollars per
month. Furniture for sale at sacrifice. Immediate
po.se.-ion given. Address vn rost-omoe.
IOR RENT The Store and Dwelling on
Sixth street, between Main and Walnnt. north
aide, the premises now occupied by Jami-s Bshelby, as
a f hoe ttnn Inquire of i). K. CADY, oorner
jumauu wamm streets. -ijoi-aw
FOR RENT SPLENDID STORH, No. 10
Bast tu street: now occunled hv T. W. Enmu.
A Co. Eoquireon tbepremlsea. Bent low. Spragne
a. lu, wui remove 10 a, jt. eornsr vine ana sin
aireeis, oppo.it. in. rose umce la August. je-M
T 08T On Wednesdar, near the corner
M- Vlfth and Broadway, a Ladle Ovid Meek Chain.
jne nuner will be suitably rewarded by leaving the
same with JOHN V. DA.IB CO.,40aLo3 Kwer
CTRA7 HORSB Taken np on Sunday, tb
gp Ivth, on West Court street, between John and
-'""'"I "y iiorse, witn oiaca mane an
tall, about hands high, with white collar ar
saddle marks, and riiiht liiud foot white. Inguire ,
firtesuth War J Day Watckmanior at i. 7. KFPLI
table, corner Hinw and Hum, ,, Jeia-lOtt
lOO BROADWAY, CINCINNATI.
One of the largest, flneat and beet located houses In
the West. Pleasant, welt furnished Booms, with
every attention, use of Bath Booms, 4c, by the
DAY, WEEK OA MONTH,
With or without Boarding, at the Begular Table or
In Restaurant Department, where eatables and deli
cacies of every description are soryed to order at any
time, on reasonable terms. io2-aw
BOARDING Two gentlemen and their
wives can be accommodated with Pleasant un
furnished rooms and board, at No. 219 hace street.
Also, two or three day boarders wanted. Reference
AUCTION SALE. BY W. A L. AR-NOLD-No.
3! Pearl street, corner of Walnut.
Will be sold on Wednesdav. Juue W. 18.W. commenc
ing at 9 o'clock, A. M., a desirable stork of seasona
ble Htaple and Fancy Foreign and Domestic Dry
Goods, otions and White Moods. Milk and Plaid
Dusters ana Alantlllas, Sumnior Hats and Caps, batl-
nets, Cas.lmsres and Cloths, Bleached and Brown
Bhxetlngs and 8hirtinga.
ALSO-An invoice of splendid French Embroid
eries, such as Collars, Sleeves, Bumls, Ac.
jo2s i. D. LOCK WOOD, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY 0. BRASH
EARS A CO., Pales-rooms Nos. 67 and 59 Main
street. Catalogue Sato of Coots, tihoes, Gaiters, Ac.
We will sell, on Thursday morning, June an, at tt
o'clock, without reset vo Closing Sale of Hnndrv Con
signments 1211 cases Men's, Women's, Misses', Boys'
iiu iuuuren . uoois, ouocs, uauers, oupper., ac.
jvto n. pnaoima.ua x vo., auci rs.
AUCTION SALE. BY JACOB GRAFF
A CO. Males-rooms 18 Kast Fourth-street.
I.nrgfl find Splendid Coll'ctlon of Oil Pnlnr
Inaa In I'lke'a Opera BuHdine. On Tuesdnyaf
terooon and evening, June 2,will be sold at auctkin.in
Piko'sOpera Rnllding.Fourtli-st. between Walnut and
Vine, a large collection ot Oil Paintings, which have
lieen selected with great caro.nnd on the most favora
ble occasions, In FraiiceandGcrmany.durlngihepast
year, aud imported from Kumpe recently hv M. L. A.
Tidmnn, comprising vuluulile original Pictures by
emloent living artists, and fluo copies of some of the
most ceieoraieu I'ictures, ny oia miuters, now in the
different galleries of Europe. Among the subjects
maybe found groups and figures, life-size; historic
uujecis, conversational pieces, arcnitectnrai ana
finclttt.i)f? a splondid ropy of Itona Unnheur's picture
In the Luxomhurg Gallery,) marine view s, game, fruit
and flower pieces, landscapes, Ac, with a great varie
ty of size and style, subject ana flntnh; tho whole
forming, it is believed, one of the bent cMlertinnu
ever offered in tliecity. The attention f the lovers
of good Pic turtle is respectfully invited to thhtmile.
fiAlleryonen to the Diililiu Paturdnv and JUoiidav.
all (I ny, find on Tucedny till time of sale.
Hiiiu Tuesday atturnonn. at 3 o'clock, and at 7 in
theevpniiig. (je.7) JACOB GRAFF, AuctionV.
UCTIOLV SALE. BY COOPER A
. STOKES. Snips-room No. 14 KoNt Fourth.
stieet. Central Dwelling at Auction, on Wednesday
Horning, June iry, icwi, at iuo ciock, on tne premised,
will be sold at auction, that Oentrttl iinnsn and Lot.
No. 144 Broadway, between Fourth and Filth streets.
The tot is 24 foet 2 inches front, and 170 ftt deep to
JIcAlUstor street. The House lea two-atorv Brick.
of 12 or U rooms, with gas, bath-room. Inrgehall and
in moaern improvements, uooa coHcn-nouse auu
titnble on McAlliater-Btroet ; all in good order.
Terms One-fourth cash; balance in one, two nd
throe year, with interest from day of sale. Title
Indisputable. Possettsion given immediately. The
House can be seen at any time by culling on the
Auctioneers, at No. 14 East Fonrth-Btree t.
jez7 cuur-KK ic BTU&fcS, AnctioneerB.
AUCTION SAL.E- BY COOPER &
-lm. 8 T 0 K E 8-8sJo of Dwelling Houses and beau
tiful Lots In Cloon's subdivisioD in Avondale. Will
be sold at public auction, on Tuesday afternoon, J une
2M, at 3 o'clock, a Dwelling House and several beauti
ful ijote, in ail comprising about 70 acres ot land in
Cloou's tiubdivlsion in Avondale.
loiuio 't nnic. vuc'i'iiutii innn , iiniiiiiusj in uiiu.
two and three-years, with 6 por cent, interest, secured
uy miingHgB on me piemmcs. i!or luriner particit
lars inquire of
uuuf An a BiUhUB, Auctioneers,
No. 14 Kant Fourth-struet.
N. B. The Avondale Omnlbiitis(H lonvn n. tvn
o'clock from the corner of Fourth and Sycamore
AUCTION SALE. BY KELLOGG A
WILLIAM9-Sale-rooms 22 and 24 Kast Third
street. Sale of Buggies, Furniture, Carpets, P la tod
Ware. Cutlerv. AcOn TUESDAY niornina. June
2s, at o'clock, a general varioty of good Parlor,
Chamber, Dining-room and Olhce Furniture.
ALSO Wool uud other Carpets, Looking Glassed,
ALSO Fine Talde and Pocket Cutlerv.
ALSO Silver Plated of settM Forks. Hnoons.
At loH o'clock: Four new leather-top Buggies, city
maan, ana oinur goous, c
)Qt a. ft.giL)ijUuu, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY U. S. MILES
A CO., 33 Main street. Grnrorios, Glassware,
o ,at Auctlon.-Wewlll sell on TUESDA V 10KN
1NG, June 28, at 9 o'clock. Ground tipices, titarch,
Indigo, Nutmegs; Palm, Castile and Fancy tioaps;
Hen-cords, Twine, Matter Hope, sc.
Al.KU A bhrirt. Suear: 10 brls. Orushnd Rnirar: 4(1
boxes Va. aud Ky. lb. and five-lump Tobacco; fcluiok-
lug 'looacco: 700 duis. u., oi. ana it. j. raper.
A iioJ a largo lot oi iiaggage irom mo jnaaison
House, consisting of Trunks. Car Det -butts. Valises.
je7 n. p. niiijo a ;u.. Auctioneers
AUCTION SALE. BY C. J. W,
SMITH. Auotimeer. 231 Vine street. Vain r.
hlo Third Street Hunlneaft FrooertT. Nob. 911
mid between Walnut and Vine streets. Will I
sold at Public Auction, on Tuesday morning, June
28, at 11 o cioca, on tne premises, two large, lour
story buildings with bnseiuent cellais, being Nos.
and 81. ou the south-side of Third stree. between
Vine and Walnut. The Lot is 33 feet front by 9J feet
deep. Title perfect. ISalu positive. Terms made
Known sate. jb-t
nnilE CURES MADE
BT PROF. DE
A T II . with his '-ELECTRIC OIL
aro so Dear mlraclos as to resemble the finned Scrip
ture accounts of similar cures In ancient times by the
.nnlntlnir with nil. and ttieiut curt!, are so wonderful
and instantaneous- no satisfactory and mitigating
human ill. as to call upon pumic lnnctionaries, ana
those huvlni! charae of nubile institutions for the
sick and sulterlDg, to look well Into the well attested
merits, the simple emcacy or tins "tiociric uii. '-
FrotRSSor je ubath, inereiore, nss unpositea siuu
Ith the Mayor, the same to be forfeited if the "Elec
tric Oil' .old at Philadelphia, fail, to cure a. ingle
esse of Bheumstlsm.or Pains in the Back, or Limbs
Piles. Bore, or burns, ever Bores, uioer., i;aaeu
Breast. Hora KiDDles. Bronchial Affections, swelled
lilanus, F01OU8, oiuiness in iua uuiui. opriuu.j
Bruises, Bores, on man or ueaat, or eoraicnea au
Splints on horses; also. Deafness
Caution. Be sure and get DE OBATH'S ELEO
Tutu uiii. it i. tne only genuine.
Wholesale and Retail, by
Corner Fonrth and Walnut streets.
For Bala by all Draastlata. je2l
REDUCTION OF FARE NO. 2.
CLEVELAND & BUFFALO
Ward's Opposltlou Urie l
. CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE EAST I
. 1st Class Fare to Buffalo SI (0
(including State Rooms and Heals)
' id Class Fare to Buttalo 75
1st Class Fare from Cleveland to iiew
donnaotlnv at Buffalo with Trains for New York,
Boston, Albany, Niagara fall, and all important
points East. Also with steamer Arrow lor Niagara
' .11 " a, THK splendid otamor. rWm
JLhfVtTtlF AltTfO SEA 1HRI)4S
will Inava Heveland. alternatelv. a. fnllnw.;
UUDl. u. also, uu aiuuui.yn, neduuiu.yi Bnu cu
dv.. also, steamer BKA BIRD. Cant. ). II. Blodueti
Cupt. II. Fish, on Moudays, Weduesday. and Frl
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at
o'oloaa r. n., vnveiaua, aauausjty ana Toledo,
THE low nreasnro st.anier FOR
CAT U R. Cant. J. P. Ward, leaves
aine duck lor Sandusky aud Toledo at 8 P. M. Also,
leaves Toledo everv morniiiff. for Cleveland, on .rrl.
val of Trains from West and South, connecting with
SUV BlMtT DUAM.
SrPaseuaa one-half Railroad fare.
SMS"Cullka tha Ballroad .teamen, passenger,
not obliged to pay their fare hot onoe, as Meals
4enua are an tuciuaea.
For freight or patsage, apply an board, or to
Jel6 Foot of Biver aud Front sta, Cleveland,
1Afl aR0S3 TOILET SOAP,
f3VFvF On oonsianment. verv low.'
Hotels, Boarding-Uoose. and families would
wall to examine tne stoca.
. r i . U. A W. B. COLEMAN,
Je21 t and i Burnet House Bulldin,
V1TALTEH A WILSON. Architect!,
w w m. oorner Jonrtn ana rt emut streets.
Compllments to all.
Will be home for three months,
10 Kitat Faarth iatretit.
Juki 28, 1869.
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
10 Kaat Fearth Street.
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Ties, New,
10 Kaat Fourth Street.
uTWill remove to the eorner of Fourth and Tine
first of August.
CINCINNATI. TUESDAY. JUNE !I8.
MxTaoaoionicAt, OeeriviT tone, for the Pally Press.
y HSNsr wbk, uptlcian.no. 7 west rourtn street
7 A. M...
2 1. M.
Tui frequent eaoapet from the chain-gang
show gross carelessness, to say the least, on
the part of those who hare the prisoner! in
William Whithh and William Roarke,
charged with the petty theft of a milk buoket,
from the resldenoe of turnkey Hudson, on Rich
mond street, are to hare an examination before
the Police Court to-morrow.
Tebtxbdat evening, about seven o'olook, a
boy about twelve years of age, who lives near
the Millcreek bridge, while riding clandes
tinely on the steps of a Fifth street omnibus
as it was rapidly entering the west end of the
bridge, accidentally got his fingers caught and
three of them badly crushed between the
springs. This should be a warning to him
and other boys, against this very prevalent
habit; and parents should warn their children
gainst It. Only a few days slnoe we saw a
boy get his legs considerably injured by this
roguish praotioe of stealing a ride on the steps
of a 'bus.
LAST NIGHT'S PROCEEDINGS.
A special meeting of the City Council was
held last evening for the purpose of taking
into consideration the ordinance prescribing
the terms and conditions of Street Passenger
Railroads within the city of Cincinnati.
The Board went Into a Committee of tho
Whole, Mr. Weasner in the Chair.
Mr. S. S. Davis proposed an amendment
making the charge for riding any distance,
in one direction, not over five cents, which
Mr. Noble offered an amendment requiring
Street Railroad Companies to make a month
ly report to the City Auditor, of their gross
Mr. Eggleston wanted the ordinance amended
to read that any oompany to whom privileges
may be granted shall, within ten (instead of
sixty) days come forward and sign the proper
oontract. His amendment was adopted.
Mr. Runyan proposed as an amendment that
any company to wnom privilege may d
granted shall sign a proper contract to com
plete the same within six months (instead of
twelve months) after commencing. Lost.
Mr. Davis proposed that the companies to
whom privileges were granted should oom
monee operations thirty days (instead of sixty)
after signing contract.
Mr. Pieroe offered the following as an addi
And provided further, that any such Com
pany shall charge such rates of fare as Council
may from time to time direct. Lost.
Mr. Davis presented the following as a new
The City Counoil shall at any future time
have the power, when the publio good de
mands, to grant a second or third Company
the right to occupy any track already laid
down, providod the expense of laying and
keeping In repair of said track, so far as nsed
by different Companies, shall be equally borne
by all those that nse them. But the Council
shall not hare the right to grant permits to
run upon any route already disposed of for a
greater distance than one-tenth of the whole
Mr. Runyan moved as an amendment to the
12th seotion that no ear should be drawn at a
greater speed than six miles (instead of five)
an bonr. Adopted.
Mr. Davis moved as an amendment to the
21st line of the same seotion. that at least one
horse in each team shall wear bells. Lost.
Mr. Snodgrass moved as an amendment to
the closing specification of the ordinance so
as to read that if any person or persons shall
cause to remove any large iron safe, or large
and heavy substance, they shall be allowed a
sufficient time to load and unload them with
out being liable to the penalty attached to the
Mr. Cunningham proposed as an amend
ment, that no car shall remain standing at
the central or principal depot, more than ten
minutes, (instead of five minutes.) Lost.
Mr. Eggleston offered as an additional seo
tion to read as follows i This ordinance shall
be and continue in force from and after its pas
sage. All contracts made under the provisions
of this ordlnanoe shall be for the time and pe
riod of twenty years. Adopted.
The Committee then rose and reported pro
Mr. Marsh then offered as an amendment to
the entire ordinance, to strike oat all after the
enacting clause, and to insert in effect that the
subject of street railroads shall be submitted to
a vote of the people, and that the Mayor shall
issue his proclamation orderiag a vote of the
people on the question, and that the Clerk issue
to each poll 6000 tickets or and 5000 oattwl
Mr. Davis moved that the whole subject be
referred to a speoial committee of seven, to re
port back to Counoil at as early a date as pos
Mr. Weasner moved that the proposition of
Mr. Davis be laid on .the table. Carried.
Question was then taken on Mr. Marsh's
amendment, which resulted in its being lost by
avoto of 19 to 11.
Mr. Noble then moved to amend the' seoond
seotion of his ordlnanoe, so as to require com
panies to obtain the oonsent of a majority
the property holders along the line of streets
through whloh their tracks shall pass. The
yeas and nays were taken on this amendment
with the following result: Yeas 19; nays 11,
Mr. Noble moved that the ordinance be re
ferred to a Committee of five, in oenneotion
with the City Solicitor. Carried.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
See telegraphic news on first page.
One Day Late from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE
AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND.
LATER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
Bologna Declares for Victor Emanuel.
Fakthkb Poikt, Jane 27. The Steamsbio
Nova Scotian passed this point, bound for
Qnobeo, at half past four o'clock this after
noon. She left Liverpool on the 15th inst.,
and furnishes one day later advioes than the
Bremen. (The Jtlretnen's dates were to the
The steamer North American arrived at Liv
erpool on the 14th inat. The City of Balti
more arrived at Qaeenstown also on the 14th.
Griat Brit ai if. Lord Palmerston was
making good progress in the formation of his
Cabinet. An anthentlc list of its members was
expected to be made publio on the day of the
soiling ot toe JNova sootlan. Kumar gives
Lord Elgin the Colonial Secretaryship, Rich
ard Cobden the Board of Trade, and Mr.
Gladstone the Indian Secretaryship.
From the Seat of War.
A dispatch from Turin says that after the
retreat cf the Austrtans from Bologna, tbe Car
dinal Legate departed and tbe municipality
proclaimed King Victor Emanuel Dictator.
Tbe King of Sardinia had issued an order
of tbe day extolling Oaribaldi's deeds of
valor and awarding him a cold medal of mili
tary order. On the 12th inat., Napoleon movod
his head-quarters to Goreasall.
Tbe Austriacs have evaouted Modena and
were in full retreat towards tbe river Oglio.
An offiolal announcement appears in the
Vienna Zietuog that the Emperor of Austria
will forthwith assume the immediate oomman-
der-in-obief of bis army and bad ordered
new position for the army, which will be taken
up in the bast manner. An order had been
Issued for the mobilization of the Prussian
Large reinforcements to the allied army were
about to leave i ranoe.
The Latest by Telegraph from London
London, June 15. The Daily News says
that no authorized statement of tbe composi
tion of the new Government can possibly ap
pear before Friday.
Iha Herald or this morning, in publishing a
telogratihia diepa'ch from Berlin, s'ating that
six corp. aVnrma have been mobilized, nays:
"Ui course this means war. Tho advent nf
Lord Palmerston's ministry has evidently in
duced her to take this deoisive step and join
Austria. The English people will now per
ceive the truth of what we before asserted, that
the Earl of Derby's government, alone, pre
served Europe from being involved in a general
The Advertiser says that after Lord John
Russell accepted the Foreign office, any of
fice he might prefer, was ollered to Sir Jnmes
Graham, who declined from infirm health;
out at tue same time assuring .Lord 1'almer
Bton that he cordially supported the Minis
Paeis. June 14. On the 12th inst. the Em-
Feror moved his head-quarters to Gorgonzlow.
n the afleruoon he superintended the
throwing of bridges across the river Adda.
as soon as tnis was completed tne army began
the movement which was completed yester
day. After some heavy rains the weather is
again fine, and the troops are in high spirits.
London, June 15. The London News' city
article says that the funds received a fresh im
pulse owiDg to the progress made in tbe con
struction ot tne new ministry, and the in
creased hope that the war in Italy will not be
of long duration.
The nines city article says that the pro
gress toward the formation of the ministry had
a good effect on Consols, which opened buoy
ant. ' This led to realizations by speculators
and the publio, and a reaction took plaoe, but
tuo closing prioes were ya aoove inose oi yesterday.
Washirotow, June 27. Information has
been received from a source regarded as thor
oughly reliable, giving the particulars of the
contemplated descent on Nioarsgua. The
names of oortain parties who sustain Gen,
Walker, with arms and money, are given the
enjoyment of the benefits of the transit route
to compensate in part of the expenses thus in
curred. It is stated that the expedition will
start about the middle of August; that a party
or nillousters will rendezvous in Honda, and
be conveyed to Central America in the Scottish
Whether or not the information is strictly
true, it is certain that our Government will
endeavor to arrest all such illegal enterprises,
the orders to our naval vessels for this purpose,
heretofore issued, being still in full foroe.
Gen. Jerez, before he left for Nicaragua was
fully Informed of this fillibustering movement.
Tbe board contemplated by the former orders
of the War Department, is meant to be con
vened for the examination of non-oommission-ed
Officers, reoommended for promotion, and
will be composed of the instruction of taotics,
at the Military Academy, and will meet at
West Point the 1st Monday in September,
Enlisted' men serving with the troops will
not hereafter be allowed a commutation of
rations. Capt. Nicholas has been ordered to
the command of the sloop of war Constella
tion, the flag ship of tbe African squadron,
in place of Cant. Wilson, who has been con
demned as sick. -
Gen. Lamar intended to return to the Uni
ted States in the steamer Moses Taylor, but
he wag detained in Central America by the
unexpected reception of dispatches from the
From Washington. Later from Mexico-Second Dispatch.
Tbe Conduota, with $3,000,000, arrived at
Jalapa on the 10th Instant, and was detained a
week by Gen. Robles for examination. It
started again on the 16th, under Robles permit,
but when near the National Bridge, Robles
overtook tbe Conduota, and ordered its rot urn
to Jalapa, by authority of Miramon.
The Conduota refused, when Robles ordered
It shipped on board a British vessel off Sacrl
flclos. Tbe British ootninander refused to re
ceive it; and notwithstanding tbe orders from
the English and Frenoh minister, the Conduota
remained at Reoonada under Roblos' ordors.
Gen. Degallado was at Vera Crux.
Miramon had collected $500,000 duties on
All tbe English subjeots have been banished
from the oapital, the British minister, Otway,
Locisvills), June 27. A prize fight for
$200 a side between John McCasaley and
Dublin Tricks, came off to-day. The latter
was whipped in thirty rounds, occupying
oa. awu sun wo biiuuuh,
OoaaiOTio. In Circleville item, read Tom
Eyer for Tom Heger. ,
New York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, June 27.
week ending on the
t5th, shows a decrease io loan, of f 56 noil; do. in pe
cie of 11,432,01s); do. in circulation of 65,U00, and a
nsu aecreaae in neti uepo.it. oi i,su,0i0
Pittiibcbo, June 27 P.M. River station'
ary. Weethsr cloudy and warm.
[Correspondence of Daily Press.]
[Correspondence of Daily Press.] EVANSVILLE, June 25th-7 A.M.
Kna. Daii.v Prkma ! Mteanier Vixen. Caot. Jno.
Ttnirli.r. lft Motnnlii. Wi'dnesdsv evenfnff with 81
rshln and ii deck paewngers, and inn bales cotton,
and MI Ions of sundry freight. Hirer rising slowly
the win nn. null steamer Aurora was st Cairo.
OIiirATimir Mi'linitle at Pailnrah, Ky.,aud Hny
IliliiighBlsoal Padurah. PI-t K retl i ron at niewens
slend. Met Wennna at Curlew, and Charley Bnwen
and Xilver Htar above Curlew "a-going it, while they
ur. i . i i -i ...i.-. .I-
Arrival and Departure of Steamers.
Arrivals June 211 r!edotila.Miivsville: Kanawha
Valley, kanawbu; J, W. ChofKiuHii, rtt. Louis; Hu-
f'Tlor, Louisville. June 27 Ti legraph, Louisville;
lara Dean, do.; A. . Tyler, New Orleans; Forest
tueen. Madison; Vixen, Memphis; Kate French,
na.nviiie: J . v. r reumnr, ritt.nuig.
Dr.PARTURr.. Juno 2fi Sunerlor. Louisville. June
Telegraph, Louisville; Clara lean, Pittsburg;
Forest Queen, Hadieon; Caledonia, Maysville.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, June 27.
FLOUR There was no perceptible change In the
market to-dav 1 a moderate lora demand exists, and
nte export, nut tneieeiing is towards uioreeiiee oi
ices, ins sale, were auoui luoo oris, at .e.o'Krt.e,
fnr superfine, and $M(ufi,60 for extra. 16O0 brls.
i-re received since Saturday.
WHISKV The market is without lmnortnt
clianae. Bale of WO brls. at 26028 the latter rate
FlluVISIONB Mess Fork continues dull. 200 brls.
enld at f 16,00, and loo do. on private terms, sueposed
to oe nciuvr the rates, ifacon uncnangeu, witn a
moilcrnte demand. Hales of hO hhds. at 7tfiuc fur
bhoulders and Hides. Lard Is firm, with sales of 3io
brls. and tierces at He. Nothing doneln Bulk Meat.,
ann pricen must u callea nominal at tirtn,
OKUCKKIEl-A mod demand for Kumir at full
prices. Hales of 1511 lihds. at 7(&7c the latter for
choice. Molasses firm at 37c, with a fair demand.
lne lli-m at 10112 o.
W HB.AT Tbore l. a fair demand, and nrlcea are
steady. Hales. 2cn bush, prime white at S1..V). KKJOdo.
good do. in Covington at !,, and 400 do. fine
mixen at S1.3-V
uuitx-i he market Is firm, and pricos unchanged.
A sale of 8.VI bush, at sue.
RYE A fair demand, and nrlrea firm. Rale.. II HI
bn.h. at M.v.
BAKLKY The market is qulot aud unchanged
Small sales at MKAttk.'.
OATS Large receipts have depressed the market.
and prices have declined 33rc per bush. Sales, 500
onsli. al 54, tx.li do at M'i, aud 600 do, at 50c, closing
ai tue latter quotation.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, June 27, P.M.
Flour very heavy, dull and 10(rOI5c. lower; sales 3,400
bus. lit $5 .'Kiev u forsuperlliie State; !0 fur small
lots choice do.; ffttt 3n for extra State; &! 6 (TIS for
.I'perhne Western; Sa lotfftn en for common to' good
evtra Weetern; nnd Sti 2." (aiCt tW for round h.opOliio,
ol'iHlng heavy. Suiall snles Itye Klonr at SKai 7.V
W iieat. dull anil lower; sales 3,1KI bnnheU at 81 7'
fi,r new Aiuner Oreorgia: VI 00 lor liml Southern
(l 70 lor V4 bite no. Jive lower; sales nil bushels at '
bi.'.iou. jixriuy ueavy and dull. Hales e.iim bushel
liirlcy Unit, to arrive, at nlmut lUc. Corn steady
aitles 28.000 bushels at Hiftz44c. lor new Western mixei
and Yellow; iic. oldinixcd Western in store; 2c. for
n.ixeu nortneru, anu w.c. tor ivortnern leiiow.
C.its heavy at 44u.4i'c.for Mate; 47(4c. for Canadian.
Whisky lower; sales 220 brls at 2ji27nc.
Por active and brmer; sales .1,(jou brls at Via 2,'ifor
0 iw M-ss, S17iulH fur prime Mess, tlr 2'o)l6 Ml for
tiiln Mess, and 13 25 tor nrime: 54SI brls at the sell
er's option, :w ilnyson private terms. Iteef steady;
si les 400 brls at Irti 5o(c7 for country prime,
f, r do Mens, $I0($I3 25 for repacked Chicago do, and
814(3113 50 lor extra, l'rime Mess Boer unlet aud
iiiiiiiiuui at sairoizu. uoei Hams quiet at i.'iftiiitf. uut
Meats dull: sales 250 packages at ti)!Mi!tjc lor Shoul
ders and 7i(f$t)4 for Hums. Bacon quiet.
Lard steady; sales 500 brls ut limfifill.Vc. A con
tun t of 500 brls prime Western was soiling to-dny
Butter dullatl.ai6 for Oh'o and 14Q19 for State.
diets quiet ut 4i.ti$c.
Cotton steady; sales eoobalee.
Oils dull; Linseed SijS63c; Lard 90(302ic.
ThIIow quiet at I04c.
Huirar firm; sales 28,000 boxes at 534 tf&Rlq'c.
Conee steady; sales l.ouO bags at UMc. Orleans
Slolasses steady at 4ii$42c.
Freights on Cotton to Liverpool dull at 'Ac.
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, June 27.
Stocks dull; C. A R. I., 58H: I. C, 60: Kac. Laud
Grants, X; M. 8., guaranteed, 27; N. Y. C, 73;
Puun. Coal Co., e3!4; Beading, 42; Mo. Sixes, 86;
Va. Sixes, J6's; Gal. & Cb., 63; C. i P., M.
LIVERPOOL, June 14.
Cotton is slow of suln. but the prices aro unsettled
and the market closed quiet. The sales of three
liiiys fuot up K'.noo bales, iueluding 3,500 bales to ex
p irters and 1,000 bales to speculators. The Mauche.
ter advices continue favoruble; a better demand for
all kindi nf goodd baa sprung up, but it has had no
ellect on the prices.
Breadstuil's Messrs. Klrhnrdson, 8pence A Co.'s
circular reports Flour very dull and declined 3$4d.
American is quoted at los.nd.ilSs. Gd., but linds no
Wheat is dull and has also declined V4d ; White
Western is quoted at m.(S)lfls. 6d ; do. lied at tiMv.
6il., Hud Whim Southern at 1is.012s. tid. Com
closed voty dull with a slight decline on all qualities;
mixed is emoted at 6a (.6. 4d.; Yellow at 6s. 3d.6.
el., and White at Ss (a.. Id.
Provisions Tho circulars report the market gen
erally dull, but with steady prices. Beef dull, but
steady. Pork ditto. Lard dull. Tallow quiet. Ba
Produce Itesln dull at 4s. for common. Sugar
firm. Turpentine Spiritssteady at 42a. Ashes, Pots.,
am i at zvs. rearie, aiso uuu at aus. oa.ig.ji..
Oil. bales unimport.ut.
London Money Market.
LONDON, June 14.
Consols closed to-day nt 93fuW$i. for account.
The latest sales of lit. Cen. U. R, Stock were nt
4:i.Vi-t-lc discount; III. Cen., freclands, eMtSkeo; N.
Y. O. K. R., 65$Q67; Erie It. It., 5g; Penu. Ceu. It.
jt., nrst mortgage, yoyj.
LONDON, June 14.
Linseed oil 2ns. od.
Tallow quoted at 55s.
HAVRE, June 13.
The Cotton market has an advancing tendency,
The sales of the week amount to 5,000 bales at lUHc
lor urteaus oas.
Biceisdull. Breadstufls declining.
The Balloon Flight Blondim'b Rovk
Walk. Tbe great balloon voyage of Mr. Wife
and fellow-travellers, did not come off at el
Louis, on Thursday. Some of the machinery
bad not arrived from the east. Tho project
Mons, Blondin's cable for stretching from
bank to bank at Niagara Falls, 150 feet above
the boiling flood, and 30,000 feet of guy ropo,
arrived at the Falls on Wednesday. Tbe dis
tance from bank to bank is 1,100 feet, and
Mons. B. proposes to walk the span on a single
rope, next Thursday, the 30th InBt.
Time is the only eommodity or gift of which
every man that lives has an equal share.
[Address Newport Reporter, P. O. Box No. 68, Newport,
Barnabd Dowlinq, dealer in books, news
papers, io., York street, opposite Odd Fellows'
Hall, Newport, Ky., is our agent for Daily
Press. Advertisements for this paper left with
biin will be immediately attended to.
Kentucky Lodok, No. 1, of the American
Protestant Association, will give a grand picnic
on tbe Fourth of July, on Taylor's Mill
Bottom, about half a mile from the city. The
various Lodges of the Order in Cincinnati
and Covington are expected to be present
Tbs exhibition of the pupils of the Metho
dist Episcopal Sunday School takes place
this evening, at their Church, on Taylor
street. The proceeds are for the purpose
replenishing the Sunday School Library at
tached to the Church. Admission, twenty
five cents, : Go one and alL . t -. i
Tui new blasting furnaoe now building for
Messrs. Swift k Co., at the new Rolling Mill
is progressing finely. It Is the only one
the surrounding country, tbe nearest being
situated la tbe Cumberland Valley, .When
oompleted, it will be 45 feet high and 24 feet
at its base, with a blasting power of about 100
tons per week. ' The total cost will be about
$100,000.' ' 'A .11-
' Thi examinations at the Seminary yesterday
were unusually Interesting. In the morning
Mrs. Ryder's department was examined, after
which her pupils presented her with a hand
some bound volume, gilt, of Byron's complete
poetioal works alio,' one of Moore's beautiful '
works. ' ' ' ' ) A ", ; ; ,1 '! ; '
The examination in Miss Jenny Kerne-
ban's department passed off . very pleasantly. ,
The following Is a briof summary of the exer
cises as they took plaoe:
Lesions in geography, arithmetic, reading,
spelling and singing; Dialogue Examination,
by Misses Stein, Baley and Evans; Recita
tions This World Is a Oarden, by MiM
Kate Higbee ; Dialogue Old Bachelors,
by Misaes Ella Stiokney and Minule
Perry; Reading The Boon of Memory, by
Jennie Catberlin; Dialogue Virtues and
Graces, by twelve young ladies; Reading
To my Mother, by Miss' Mary Evans;
Modol School By twelve young misses;
Reoitations Katties' Bidd, by Lydia lToople j
Dialogue Charms of Woman, by seven young
misses; Reading the Last Good, by Miss Ellen,
Boley. The children acquitted themselves of
their several pieoes very pleasingly to all who
visited the school. Notwithstanding the ex
treme heat of the day, a large number of
parents and friends of the children were pres
ent, and west home apparently well satisfied
ith the progress of the sohools nnder the
supervision of Prof. T. D. Edwards, the gen
tlemanly superintendent. May he be left long
among us to train our ehlldren in the way they
should go. ... " .' ' ;",
COLUMBUS, MONDAY EVENING, June 27th, 1859.
Another Sdit Against Martha Metcalp.
It is rumored through our streets that a suit
for libel is soon to be brought against Martha
Metoalf, who was tried last week and found '
guilty of keeping a house of prostitution. It .
appears that, after acquittal, Mrs. Metoalf had
a card published in one of the eity papers,
thanking the judge for bis Impartial decision,
and the prosecuting attorney for tbe gentle
manly manner in whloh he bad conducted the
oase. She also thanked the jury, with two
exceptions, and said these two bad told her,
when tbe case was being tried, without asking
any thing from them, that they would not oon
vict ber. One of these jurors, it is reported.
has obtained able attorneys, and intends prose
cuting all who have taken any part in giving
suoh malignant slanders against him to the .
Fiek at Sooth Blooufield. The stage .
stable at South Bloomfield, Pickaway oounty,
sixteen miles south of this city, was entirely
consumed by fire last night. The stable be
longed to John Both, and it contained thirteen
horses, twelve of which perished in the flames. -The
only horse saved was a stallion belonging
to Col. Simontnn, of this eity. Eight of the
horses belonged to Bawkes it Co., of the Ohio
Stage Company. Tbelr loss Is about $1,400,
We have been unable to learn to whom the
other horses belonged, or the canse of the fire.
Served him Eioht. A man residing on
tho West side of the river near the Eagle
Foundry, attempted to whip his wife on Sat
urday, when she, turning upon him, beat him
most unmercifully. She pitched in like one
who had been raised for the "prize ring," but
failing in the contest with her fist, came
upon her rival with a club, dealing several
heavy blows upon him, when he cried for
"quarters" and caved. It may learn him
better than to attempt whipping his better- .
half again. '
Drunk. A young gentleman with a oonple
of young ladies of an unenviable reputation,
seated themselves in a buggy and went driv
ing through High street at-lightning speed.
yesterday evening. All three felt the "ardent"
slightly, and the young man felt a brick by the
side of his bead, instead of his hat, before he
could be Induced to deliver the horse np to its
owner, who had ohased him on horsebaok to
the southern part of tbe city. It is needlesi
to add that tha police, whose duty it should
be to arre3t suoh oharaotera, knew nothing
about it. . . t , . .
Almost in Accident. Samuel Louden
carrier of the Cincinnati Commercial, at this
plaoe, came very near ending his existence
this morning, by jumping-from the Express,
train from Cincinnati, when it reached the
depot. He had been to Cincinnati and in his
hurry to get off the train, be did not wait for
it to stop, but jumped from the train while the
cars were in motion, and bad it not been for ,
tbe instant assistance of two or three bystand
ers he would have rolled under the wheels of
one of the oars.
Tax BdrolarV Case This ease earns up
before Mayor English this afternoon, and the
Court-room was orowded almost to suffocation.
However the trial oame off, and Wider was or
dered to find seourity in the sum of $600 for
bis appearanoe at the next term of the Court of
Common Pleas. ' i
Milk Sickness. This dlscace is prevailing
to some extent along the line of Madison and :
and Franklin eounties. We are informed to
day, that a man and his wife in that vicinity
are not .expected to pecovec Our citisena
should pay some attention at present of whom
they purchase butter.
Floor. Flour is still up; holders ask,
$7 , SO.., - People mutt have bread, and, of
course, pay for it. ' ,
Takes up. The Sheriff removed Francia
Miller and Henry Davis to their quarters, up
the river, on Saturday. '
. Adjourned. The Coury of Common Plea
adjourned nni die on Saturday.. , , '
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