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EVENING I k IT T pTLF L .Li. LJ.o IL A VOU V.-No. 18. II-II3LiA.IDELI-IIA., SATURDAY, JUNE 9. 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. TN THE YOUNO AND RISING GENERA.--- tlon, the vKQ'atl v power ot life ire strong t but, In fcw ywars, bow often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre e, and tmaelated tono, nJ the Imposslolllty of p pli cation to mental effort, how Ma baneful Influence 1 It' noon becomes evident to Inn obsrrver that tome dopress llig Influence It checking the development of the body. If ttrc patient be a female, the reattalnts of fashionable drew and the ball-room, with the body half clothed, the mind eagerly indent on pleasure When one excitement Is finished another In prospective keeps the mini mor bidly srnslilve, and absolute forbids the exercise lo lli Jienslble to organic strength. Exposure to night air, and body rteltlna with excessive dancing, prodaoe tSelr kltltlmate effect, and the uniortune e teniae, regardless of the plain dictates of unerring natute bocmncs an un willing subject to medical treatment The approach of the beautlml and wonderful p rlod In which body and mind undergo so lancinating a change from child to woman, and In which nntuie In to show her saving powers In diffusing thecltcolatmn and vlsltlnuthe cheek with the bloom ol health 1 looked fur In vain. Con tnmptlon is talked of. A'asl Increase of appefto has grown by what It fed o, the tnoiglcs of the ij item are prostrated , and the whole econemj ts deranged. In reviewing the canst of these distressing-complaints, It Is most pnlniul to contemplste the attendant evils consequent upon them. It Is but simple Justice to the subject to enumerate a few of the many addllonal causes which so 'argely affect the lite hea th.and baopl ness of all classes 01 soclctv, nnd whl h, consequently, afiect, mote or less dlrcctlv. the wellare of the entire bum an family, and at the same time placing In their hands a remedy lor the r moval ol the consequences. Eelmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu FOB WEAKNESS AHISINO FROM EXCE3SF.3 OR IhDISCRtTION, FXISTI.NO IN PKR-tONS Or BOTH SEXEtS. AND AT ETKRY TEIUOD Of LIFE, Attended with the lol'owlng symptoms : Indisposi tion to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Dl fa culty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Dis ease, Weak Serves. Trembling, Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness ol Vliion, Languor, Universal Lassitude of the H uscuUr Kystem, Oltcn rnormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, FlU'hlng of theBodv, Diyness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance nnd Eruptions on the Face, Fain in the Back, Heaviness of the Eyelids. Frequency Black 8pota flying before the Fyos, with Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want of Attention, Great Mobility. Restlessness with Horror of Society. Nothing is more desirable to stch rstlenls than Solitude, and nothing tbey more dread for Kcsr of Themselves no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness, no Speculation, but a hurried Transition iroui one question to another. These sympt ms, If allow ed to go on which this Medi cine Invailably removes soon lolljw L'iH ot Powxr, la'ui'y.and EfUtptic Pi's, In one of which the patient may expire. During ih Superln endonce of Dr W;son, at the Bleomlngdale Asjlum, lb s sad result ocourred lu two patients; reason had for a time leit them, and both died of epilepsy. Who cn say 'bat tin so excesses are not frequently followed by thoe dlietul diseases, INHANITY and CONSUMPTION 1 The records of the Intane Aiv um, and the melancholy deaths by Consumption, boar 4unplo witness to the truth of these assertions. In Lu nutlc Asvlums thi most melancholy exhibition ap pears. 1 he countenance Is actually sodden and qui 'e dtstltu e neither Mirth or Oriel ever visits It Should a sound oi thevolce occur, It Is rare'.v articulate "W'th woiul measures wan Despair Low su ion sounds hi gile. begui.ed." While we regret the existence of the above diss ises andsjmpt'ju s, we are piepared 10 ofter an Invaluable gilt of cliem.strv for the remo . al of the consequence) HELMBOLD'S HiGULY CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. THFBE 18 NO TONIC LIKE If. It Is an anchor of hope to the surgeon and patient; and this U the testi mony of el' who have ned or preorlbod 1U UELVBOLD'd FLUID EX ttCl' BUCHTJforXon Retention or Incontinence of TJr.ne. Irritutlon, Infla r. miktlon or Ulceration ot tne Bladder or Kidneys, Diseases ol' the l'tostftte (Hand Stone In the Bladder, Calculus, Gravel or Brick Dust Depoilt, and all Dlsoas ot the Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EX.KACT BUCHU, In affections pecu lar to females, Is unegaa 'led by any .v, ,,.rti,,ii inr all coinulnlnu InclJ'iut to t no s ix , woeiuer artniua iroin habltsof rtls Ipatlon.linprudenclos, ui In toe Decline or uuaute u v HfcLMBOLD'd FLUID EXTH ACT BUOUU AND IMI'BOVKD BOSS AVA8H WH' radl ally exterminate from the system Disease? of the Urinary Organs arising troiu ha'nta ot dlxiluatlon at 11 tut expense, iiiieoriiu cimun m "m't D, c inoiete y supersetu ig inou unoiau' uu nnijuni re me in, liopaina an.i n"ti;7 'uimi iuj u pntantondl)ANOtIIOUS l.l&EASliil phk HEIMB,L"V FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU In all cases ol the Urinary Orgns, whether exlstl ig in nime or eiraie rom hievr cuuia originating, and no luHiie-ot how long Maiulinu. I 1. p euaut in ttst i and odoi. linmei'Wte In lt acilm. and more struugibeulni tLan in y of the preparations o' hark or Iron. " 'those sullerlngtVom B-oaen-dowo or Dellctte Consti tutions, piorure the remoay at once, "ihe reader must be aware that however slight may be t.e Bttack of the above c lense li Is sure to affect tha boililv bealth, mental powerx, bapplness aud that oi posterity. Cur flesh and Dlood a-e supported iroui theae soarces. PHYSICIAN", PLEA8E NOTICE I We make no secret o'tlie Ingred ents. HELM BOL 0" 8 FLUID EXTUAVi uvvnuw cmmuiuiu "'" bebs ana J presorlbed In vacuo . n alittpfl 1 Dr. liBYBKB la a pnvaicnn n'ufttiwtiiiT rituoe, and a vratla .tu o ttie Jelterson Medical CoIIoko, aim oi the Lnlveraltj oi MeUioiuc au l Surgery of 1'ulia- xfn'y T. Hklmbold Dear Pin-In regard lo the nueatlon asked me as to my opinion n'tout Bichtt.l Wou d sav that I have usrd and suld the artlc.e In Various isr i s lor the tait t'.lrtv eera 1 do not tnlnk there is any form or propaiatlon ot it I have not ued or known to be used. In the various diseases where such medical aeut would be Indicated. You are aware, as well asmvse f. that It lias bi en t xtensively employed in -tiie various diseases of Hie bladder and kijneys, and the reputation U has acquired, luay Judgment, is warrantod bVl'bae seen and nsed. as betore sNted, evorv form of Auchtt the powdered leaves the slinpl docoo ion tinc ture liuld extracts-slid 1 sin not coyiillant of any pre paration of that plant at all enuai to yours, Twe.vs years' experience ouaht, I ililnk, to give me the riant to ludi.o of Its nieilis and without prejudice or par tillty 1 plve our pr-cedt-nce over all other. I Ta pe your Hucliu lor I s effect on patienU I have cured with It and so n cured with It, more dlieas-s ot the blaeder and kidneys than 1 have evr seen curea with anv o'ber Buchu, oi anv oilier proiirletory com pound of whatever name Kespecttully yoiirs, etc , tiKilRGh II. KkYKK M. .. No. 140 Wood Btieet, l'lttabarg, Fa. Augoat 11, 1865. HELMBOLD'S FLl'ID EXTRACT OF SAU8A.PAIIIL.LjA, HlQHLT CoNCKMTBATKO. One bottle equivalent In strength to one gallon of the Svrap or becootlon. It reaches the seat of the disease Immediately, ex pelling all BUMOUH OF THE BLOOD, and BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION I These artkles being ot 3ncb strength, the dose Is ex ceedingly small. From this fact it is used lu the United States Army Hospitals aud public Sanitary Institutions throuihout the land. PBLNCIPAL DEPOTS HELMBOLD'S DRlia AND CHEMICAL. WAKH.HOU9K, No. 581 BKOADWAY.INew York AKD IirLMHOLD'S MtCDICAL DEPOT, 3 VA 8. TENTH Street, below Chesnut, Phi adolphla. BOLD BY DBUOG18T8 EVEBI WHERE. JBZttME 0 COUXTERFEriS. i4a roH uaiupoLD'is. unipe.r Demea, aw ociwi wnw ' by the most eiiiincut phvslclan. Preoarei by it 1. JiruKKH au j iutiiiit Tears' exiieri'-ncc lu the l liy oi riinaje im.a THIRD EDITION LATEST FRU)I EUROPE. Fsy stnt War Intervnts) In Gormany, Ititlj, rrne, nl Enirlitnd Declara Hons al Franca aud aba ItrllUb Cabi net Th Tbroaea In Banger from a Ofneral Mevtmeut of tba People irec of Iba Bombard nieut of Talpa ralna The right fur tba Champion sbli The "flaely Art" Itruuttbt Iota Contempt, and Indignation of tba P. B. Veterans), Etc. 1 he malls of the Africa reached this city from Hot-ton this morning; t orrcspondence trom Ftvis Is not very hopeful (May 26) ol the assemblage of a Ftiropeun Conirross in that city, or its etKct in prV03tiu war s .oulil it assemble. The li tter contains tlio lo). owing: "In catf a conrtesi or conference (for tiic two words aio used lUdiUerently) shall tneot, the l'a aoe ol tno E ysee, whvie Lou.s Napoleon plott d bis rou; d'etat in 1861, will be assijtnta ior the use ol tlio plcnlpo tvinlaries." Iliesanio writer adds: "The American Commls elt'iiers for the I'aria Universal fcahiuitiou are a good deal perplexed al ihe nbst noe of instructions In iu borne. For the lost two or three posts thoy have bad no news at all, and they are at a loss to imagine what hitch there can be in the wav of Con gress voting the appropriation bill. Witaout funds tbey cannot stir a crop.1' A Berlin correspondent (May 23) says that the opini .n in that oily was that a conrsi in rang would completely (all to settle the affairs ol Eutojio; in tact, that the "Congres! Is war." T be bublin correspondent ol the London Timet, writing on the 26th ot May, says: ' Warner (th) an.l Fenian informer) is likely to recover from the (Beets ol bis wound lie was to have sailed lor Canada, with his lamily, on tlie81st inst., ot which the Fenian Assassination Ciub were no don t aware, It Is said that O'Connor, wbo was employed for the I nrpose of killing biro, is unknown to the police iu connection with the l enlan movement." Iho London Tlimes of May 26 aunonncos, editori al y, the arrival of Head Centre Stephens in Mew York, and says: "lbe Fenians, with their nsual frankness, have given both Governments lull warn ing ot their designs. Great Britain and the United States are at peace, and we have sincere satisfaction in acknowledging that the American Government has acted loyally and in good faith townrds us throughout tliis whole Fenian agl'a'ion. What it prorrisod it has per'ormed. It has alio wort the pas sion of knaves and the folly of dupes to exhale with out hindrance in gasconade; buttt interposed at onoe when vert offense was threatened. We recognize and reciprocate the sentiments on which this pol cy ib baced ." 1'rince Fanl Esterhazy, who wt in the eighty-firs', rear oi hi- age. d ed at iiatis-bou at 6 o'clock on tlio morning of the 21st of May. The Leipsio Gazette, an ofTioal organ of the Saxon Government, asset's that I'ru8ian agents ara trying to get np an emeute iu that c ty. 1'eace addresses continue to flow in at the palace in Berlin. I be last three received are from the Ithnih manulacturmg towns ol Julica, Beckolt, and Langberg. i lie Fiencb Transatlan ic Steam Navigation Com pany demands an indemnity of 20,000 tor the re iusal ot the Autran Goverumenc to allow the steamer Tampico containing reciuits lor the Em peror Maximilian to pu: to soa. THE GERMAN QUESTION. The ' Empire Is Peace." From tht farig Constitutionnet, May 24. We showed yesterday t :at the policv of the Em peror's Government has always been of a pauitio character, and that the n.it auve which it has just taken in the assemblage ol a congress Is but the logi cal consequence, or rather the regular continuation, ot the sauie t olicy. We have a few remarks to make ujou the character of this conference. Everyone knows that it will have tor its special object tlio rcstoialion of tranquillity to Europe by seuk'ng tor the means of preserving peace. Nor is there anv person who does not recognize tho importance of such a miesiin, considering the pre para ions lor war which aie Doing pushed on with extreme enorg?, the various parBions which have beon exoited, and the numeious interests winch protect agaiuBt a war, the proportions and cflecls ot which would be terri ble indeed. Motbing, then, is more natural than tho anxiety with which public oiiuion is directed upon the tclien e lor a conference, and with which it awaits the re-ult ot coimninicatione relating to that scheme which are passing bet woen the nentiai powers, who are lrora this time agreed to nccopt it In principle, liut we cannot obBei f a v. without astonlBhment the levity with which certain jcurnal.3 speak of this projected conference. They no net hesitate to pro phesy by aflirming beloreband its failure. Accord ing to their notions, pubbo opinion ought not in any way to troub.e itso.l about any efforts tbat may be made to procure the assembly of a conference; and even the powers faeuif elves wbo are making; trose efforts should not regard their enterprise m any serious liubt. - Ibete joumuls pretend not to see, despite all evi dence, either facts or intentions. Thoy will take no 'account of the grave conditions whioh have led to li e tugveetionot this scheme. It Is r ranee, as we have said which lias taken the initiative in it England and KusaJa have readily assented to it. Is, then, the agreement of theae great powers to 1 ass lor nothing? Do we not all know the rank which each ot these powers holds, and the nart wh'ch she plays in Europe f Is it not evidont that their common action must add tothestrenirtu of each ot thenar And to speak, as we may be allowed to do. of I ranee in particular, ba she not to entitle berto tne confluence ot thelrtendsot peace the authority ot tticjse precedent wbicli we enumerated Yesterday? bbe stood alone in the Hist instance in desiring the re establishment of peace when she proposed it after tne capture ot trebaatopol to England ana to Kussia, and peace was restored. Bhe alone saw with reirret the war wbioh was on the venre of breaking out be tween l'ruia and Switzerland, and the war was avoided. Why sliouid success be more impossible now, wbon France has Ed? and aud Kussia as asso ciates in hei work ot European interest? Will she labor w ith lots zeal aud with fewer chances ot uo cess supported by such poweiful co-operation? The union ot the three great Governments gives to their action au immense lorco, without dimiuiahlng lndi wtliiollv eitttiam , lion hav. ,uVan lliaitiMlvna and the responsibilities hich they have consented to bear. Doubtless they have not pledged tUouiselvo- to aitaiu at anv cost ana by any moans tne object tney havo in view the prevention of war but they have pieoged their honor to do. lovallv and hrmW. every thing that is possible in performing the in le ai on w bich they havo voluntarily undertaken to obtain the lesult which thoy so earnestly desire. And lot it not be said that France, England, and Kussia themse ves nave nil e laah in a work which they have only commenced, m ordei.es it wore to easa tbelr consciences. Mo. Three Governments so hnrbly pieced in Europe, aud disposing oi such vast sources ol influence, would not have entered upon a task so grave aud so dear to many interests with out being determined to employ all means likely to insure success, for our part we ate convinced oi it, aid we do not hesitate to declare our conviction. The Courtaoi London and fit. Petersburg, like the Government of the Emneror, sincerely desiro the praervation of peace, and their union, whtou attests thai desire, ruaratiteea also the earnostnusa ol tbeir etloits to rel'eve Europe irom the iuca'cuiable mis -fortune which wou d ensue from the threatened war. Are we, then, to say that with this union and this zeal all difficulties and Impossibilities have disap peared, aud that success is certain? We wou d not create any such Illusions, liut we maintain with I'noor'tr and with confi dence that the assembly ot a conference will iniro duoe imo the situation a new element which will great y mod iy it, and which a ill oppose to the pas sions wnoue aruor causes tue aanater oi war, im portant ell'oite and serious chauoos tor the maiute nance of peace. We spoke just now ot the new and considerable strength which tue concurrence of England and ltussia conferred upon the pacificatory action ot Eranoe. ihe three Courts have the sup port ol an a ua'ice which adds linmeunely to their authoritj it is tliat ot the unanimous populations ana the general interes t or Europe which thoy re present. Tba It Ins of Prneala on Peace. The King ot Prussia returned the follow ing reply, on Ihe 23d ol Hav. to the address which was re cently piesented to him by the Municipality of itrosiau : 1 be address which the magistrates and mimioi pality ot the town ot lireslau presented to me on the 16in of May 1 have received with much plea-ure. I recognize in it the expressions ot the satna spirit which in the rear 1818 animated Ihe fathers of tho Piecent inliab touts of llreslaa It has adordn 1 nie much p cam re to find tho representatives of the o tr riving a warm and earnest expression to tbat work. No one has a more painful knowledge than myseit of Hie enormity ol the sacrifices which a war In the rataeiland would impose. No one can teei mire deep'ytl at Hoy should be boruo alike by the ruler and ti e peop e. My woid may suffice as an asn-ance to the town ot Kreslau tl at no object ot ambition not even th ol jt ct w hich might be justified on the ground of Hi i common interest ot the Fx' her end, but only tli doty of di fei dins l'mss a ana hoi most sacred pos sess ore, ha induced me to summon mv P' op!e to am s. The Inhabitants of the town may feel assured 1 most earnestly desire and shall most anx'ous y ftiiro to bring abiiit an understanding upon the quest fins in turpi le letweenlrn, Government and the Diet. 1 shah co yoke the D.et ot the monarchy with a ho- e that, eonsklenntr the danrers which aie threatenin l'r'sia, coi.fl ctir r v ews and varying opinions may be merged in common devotedness to (he Fatherland. Hv decreeinr fresh elections I bave secured to tne ekclois, leltased liom all to erences lo the past, the newer of express nsr the sentiments wnicn annnaie mv people in tho present me.iac d position of our country, In this manner I hope to hnd the faHhlul town of l'.reilau ret iesented in the next U et, and tlii ueh its dofitities assl-tina mo in bringing about that agreement lor which 1 have been so earnestly luloimg. ttangrr to tbe ThronM from War. Ft om the London Times, May 20. We bave much to hope from the strong d'spositlon ci tne greater part of Fuiopo ior poaoe. Ot the temper ol the tjcrnians it is unnecessary to rpcnk, and tho French are scarcoly less uuwiliiug to seo war agaiu break out A great, if a giad'ial change in their character hns long been in in ogress aud the nation which lor so manv year was tho terror of ruiope is now as a nation aovotea to tne pursuiu t l 1 1 ace. 1 be finance ol tbe empre has given almost every individual an iiitoiest in the imperial muds, and ra-lwav and other stocks are hela very largely by every class of the population. 1 he ravings ot every one, whether tradesman, artisan, or peasant, have been impended by the tall in all kinds of securities since tbe first rumors of wer. Tl.e pcoplo see with apprehension tbe inter ruption of commerce and communication ; the cause ol Italy has nevei been so popular as might have been tx ecu a irom a past alliance ana me remem brance of common victories, and l'russia has never ecovercd in France the memories Ot 1814 aud 1815. Ti e Emperor Napoleon, too, as well as the otuor sovereigns ol the continent generally, may well see with concern tbe dimensions ana too uirec-ions winch this conflict is taking. 1 be Italian Govern ment has cal ed popular cnthuMaam to its aid. aud in C ntinentat parlance, anied iisolf with the revo lution The Klngol l'russia is ta king about univer sal FuiTrage, and a radical reiorm in the German Con stitution. W hat may be the relations oi the Austrian I niperoi towards ins less uoii-au cteu ana non Geiuiau t lov.ncos tnreo months after t.ie outbieak ota war is as yet hidden tu tho luture. liut tbero is a leeiiiie that tins war. it once begun, wil assume a revolutionary character. If these mil ions ol men meet in conflict throne will not reiui iu where tbey are. German, Itanan. Magyar l zech. and 1'ole will be moved aa they never were moved Lefore. 8uoh convulsions may be inevitable in the prog rose of nations, nut tt cy are not pleasing to cmverors and kings. Tne position tho masses have taken In there countries, the intense intep.st of all cluFtes. lbe enthusiasm ot one country, the indignation of anotaer. and tho proof which has been given t lint ll the sovereigns raiso a iempet tbey will not bo able to lay it, must nave its effoot n ron every wise tutor. However exaiieu uis rauk and extensive his power, Tbe Conicrenia. BATIRFACTORT PROOBF88 TOWARDS AN ORGANI ZATION. J'aris (May ZB)Correspondence of the London Times. It Is afliraned that the reply of the Russian Gov ernment accepting the proposal ol a ooulerence. ar rived fhi uiornma, and that tho acooptaucn is unre seived, Ihe English Government buying already ac cepted, tbo three neutrals are, thereivre, agreed on that point, it is also stattd mat. on no a v. a note addressed to Austria, Italy, and l'russia, will be sent Horn London, lar is. and et. feteraburr. lnvitinir them to the contertmoo to be held iu Fans tor the reputation ot the diflereuces which caused the arma ments in these otatea. This not', although presented separately, will b idoutical in form. lbe Ambasaaors oi Great nniain, f ranco, ana Russia will proceed tocetaer to the Minister tor For- eien Afiaiis of each ot tho powers to .vhooa the in vitation is atioreasd. La Tetiioesavs that the Cabinet of Vienna had already given reason to believe that Austria would accept Iho proposal ot a conference, fehe BBked, however, tbat a change should be made in the terms employtd in tho first programme which proposed tbat the cession ol Vcuctia should be one ot the points to be examined. In tbe amended note the only Question to be pro posed Is, "What moans can be louud to guarantee the security ol Italy ?" This lonu having been ailoptod bv the neutral powers the adhesion of Austria is counted upon, and which, iu the present circumstances, is regarded as au important laot. THE CHAMPIONSHIP. Rut tie between Hae and Goal for tba Koglihli Brit An Hour and Ten Mluutt-H In tba King. Squaring, Spisr tlkir, aud Shnftllug;, but no Hard liuueba likdlKuation of tba Cairo us ! I l.e Itii-ir, aud Ittsuieutatlunat of tue Yrt rati a. Frcm the London Express Evening), May 2C. The long-la'ked-of fight between James Maco and Jotcph Gobs, ior the champion's belt ana .200 a i-Kie, took place yesterday morning near rarunug bam bridge, in Kent lbe result was declared to be eminently unsatis factory by those present, for the so-cal cd tight re solved its- It into an hour and a quarter's harmless poature-raukiuv, alter wbien the men shook bauds wt no the seconds proclaimed ' a draw." Ot course, undtr these circumstances, all bets are void, aua nonber man carries oil' either tbe chamDiou'a eit or bis opponent's stakes. Loud v at the disappoint- nieut. ana neroe the denunciation ot those assein bltd lound tbe ring aa quarter ot au hour alter quar:er oi an hour slipped away withou ei.flor luan strik ng a blow, and whon at leng.u they were seen to smilingly shake bands, the shouts and yells waxeu luuuer, auu tue uerieion culminated iu 81111 moro liiahtiul oaths. Ihe nnr side treouentora cruve lor blood, and that neither Maoe nor txrosa should have returned to town battered ta pieces is held to be a eiious grievance against both, it not an incilkceab.'e stain on thoir professional lenutation. Ibei-e was no pretense at disguising the disap pointment anu aisgusi oi ine spectators, who were ol ai: classes oi society, and who had reached 1 1 Lattle-Ue.a iu perieci coiulort lu the tollowiug way : it was pruuy gcuuiauy auowu among Uose in terested that tickets oould be obtained at a public bouse near Leicoater square last nivht. aud that with there tickets ail i oceaaary lutorm.it ou would be suo pi ed. Aimed with one o; these, for wh ch 2 were paid, tbe bolder presented himself at the Ludgate liiil station before ball-past live A. At., and was promptly seated without crowding or inconveuience in a tra n made up of hint-class carr'ages. Notlnu could exceed the order ana regularity with which this pan ot the pioceedlngs was carried on A teeoud train ol third class carriages was in wait ing, and to this were releiratod t.ie Deople who took the lower-priced tickets isaued that uioruiug at the Btulion. An tllioiout stall ol nolioumeu. cuaids. nor. ters, aud superior oflicia's was iu attendance, aud each batch of illegal traveller was seated iu one or other ol the two trans. I bey weie subsequently made into one, and punctually at halt-at live a party some six hundred t roug, and eompoted ot uuarusineii, tiauaies, pugiusis, pu 'moans, trades men, sgriculturiBts and iui flies, started on their lour. ney. Xbere was not a ragged or shabbily dressed ngure among them, tor ihe lure had beon ritrid v exacted even Iroui the peisonal attendants of the mev aoout to Uelif, and all present bad pail beavity lor tbe horrid luxurv thov hoped to eniov. Ho one knew exactly where the place ot fighting would be. but all were in high spirits, for th por lection of tl e preliminary arrangements inspired confidence and encouraged i hope, and a I were iu i of Jovous autioipation. irom the "swell." who looked anxiously after the stowage of his welt-stored p'emo basket ana hamper ot ohampauuo. to the valcar, red-eyed, puily laoed tavern-keeper, wbo pasaed from carriage to carriage, oflerluir in a hoarse whis per "to lay six to four on Maoe ". Ihe tickets were inspected both before aud ouring the Journey, and no precautious were wanting to limit the day's pleasure to those able and willlnir to Day. boon alter hall-past u the train stopped by the side of a grassy field some three miles beyond Faruiug- uatu uiiugo, auu us occupants speedily nurried aown me inibanKmeut to uiak beu, exchange ex prrlenco9, and keenly crltioian th lurf. The first spot pitched upon was dec'a ed to be too flinty, but the grass a lew yards further was pronounood ' Leautita ly fit." Hits was not until after it had bun patted and felt, and strutimced by ruffianly baitb-voiced scoundrels with as much tendor consi deration as It tbey were prudent lionsovives pur chasing a cosily dies, llientlie stake and ropes ' were nxea, and tne ring toimeo i nen cmiie lurthei claims upon tne purse, tiutside the first rtio'nstire, lu wh'Ch are Iho ' cor is" and the combatants, runs a second lone, and for the tnvileie ot ttat dinr in the 'pace botween t.rso twain "ii ncr ring" tickets were sold at five fbil ins a brad Ibis dune, as tno crass was damp wl h the dew of ono ol the brlplit-st Ma mornm. of thi year, eamp-stoo and kitchen chairs woro oflV-red to to If 1 1 out at ball a guinea each Hy the time tl esc all imi orlant rroliminarl-s wore over and it was seen that all likely purchasers or lnieisweie suoi'lied, Gos tbiew up Ins eap, and immediately i.llerwards was in his corner, supp rted ty his lecouds, jack 11-cks and ltaldock, of Ixmdon. Goss is a powerfully butlt young lebow, wbo stuidt limbs aud muscular development sioaBi lorcl- t)i v ot strength and oowei. His nick Is short and thick, his hhoulders broad and well set; while the innate savagery or bis lace is beiirhU ned by lips winch turn outwards and upwnds in ihe auimal fashion when he sreaks or smlies Ho had bru bem d to rptak confidently of bis own "fitness," but wore au anxious look, as if lully impressed witii tho rtspoiis bility of lacing so reaoubtabio a champion aa V at e. Die latter has a father handsome lace, while the predominant expression is rather stern aud dele -- mined th n bruiai or ciuei. It was remarked, how ever, that bis leps looked thin and "weedy," and that superb as bis condition was, "he was not the man be bad been." 1'h's was the situation : uoss, youutr, si ron tr. and with a reputation tor couraire and dogtted endurance; Mac, experienced, soiou t'fio, and with a cliaractet of long standing at stake. nets ol tbiee to one ou the latter were loud y prof fered, but with few tak" rs, though a few bets were nooKfd at two io one. It was within a tew minutes ot 7 A. M when what it la irony to call thoifight" commenced; and from tbar time until ten m nutes past 8 tface aud Goss danced about squared, feinted, countered, and sliuf- nca, w ithout fighting a lound, almost without givinz a biow, lbe neonle about "Datrons." DurillstB. and the rest wi re first remonetrative, and finally fuii- ona, w hile tbe foul seconds perpmuaily transgrossod the laws ot the ring by mock flpnting and by leaving their corners to drnce round and yell derisively at the two haii-i aked figures, in the hopo of exciting im in whu w nat is caned "nus'ness." tr a blank subl too smilinrand friendly with each other lor my tas.e, blank blank yer; can't yor get a little Bpltciul?" was the genial admonition ox ono of Mr. Mace's fUoportcr;; whi e the friends ot Gobs adjured bun "to go n and smash the old 'un. who ii a a sot no itaniiun, and was only bounoin' on what he'd dene when ( oss was a babv," It was all Ii ui less, however, and thoufh thoso versed In fight ing phrase might distinuuisb between one kind of le nl and another, tbe btoad t uth is that the two men. having tired out the patienco ot their fiorca fnerd' and backeis shook bands. Goss without a scratch, Mact with a trifling abrasion ot tho nose and rght cheek. lodesonbo one bystander s expression is to de scrite all. dow Tom King, genteel and smart, and looking less ike a pugilist han ever, with his tnmlv kept whiskers and moustache, explained that Maoe ' was a very different man now to when be knesr him;" bow the veteran Jemmy Shaw almost cried with vexation at "wot tbe ring had come to, with two blessed champions in it afraid to touch each other;" how Jem Y ard, with a grizzled moustache, looking like a half-pay major, shrugged his shoulders pi Yngly when asked what fie would have thought o' tbat o' fame in his day; how Nat Lang ham lot keu on rnoio in soriow than in anger; ho Kooxe, with his rooci t scars all healed, explained vooiiercuslr what should be done must be loft to other pens The one bit ot consolation was that a second fight would take piece on tbe same day, wIpcIi would certain y l e ' pretty ;" and "pretty" it ct rtainlv was, if much hard hitting ad free y now. iiiir blood five a title to that word. f-vo vcung patrilists fight weights) had been matched to tight and were speedily at work in the r.Bg. Their conduct was precisely the leverse of tnuoe Drecedtuir them. Both were praised del min ed! as "regular little glut'ons fur punishment," and were rapidly becoming; black and crimson irom b uis s and b'ceding, waen the police broki into t ie ring, and the batelnl proceedings terminated bv one ol t le intruders being knocked down bv hall-a-dozen rulll -ns, end aiterwards cut and kicked about the face and head until ho lav we'te lng In blood. OP1KION Or TUB LONDON FRATERNITY AN ENGLISH GLORY VANISHED. From the London Sjwrt.iman, May 26. So lame and imoo'ent a conclusion" will, of course, only bear ono interpretation; indoed, long before the miserable larco was p'ayed out it was pretty evident what tho spectator thought of it, aa Ihev expressed tbelr distrust at tbe imposi tion in the most unmistakable manner. Mace called at our oibce j esterdav, and stated that he had s rained bis mot tbroe week aro, and was incapa ble of following his ofi versary about the ring; but as we have not fcon Goss we aie not in a position to give bi vcrUon of tbe aflalr. The facts, bow ever, were tco patent to admit of any explanation ; and after this last exhibition ot "l'ugilism Made Easy" we should imagine that the erudite compiler oi "Fiftiana" may now rest from bis labors, and brmg bis chronicle to an appropriate coso with tbe ' Last fight ior the Championship." A "Reconstructed" Criticism upon Judqe Underwood. A Richmond conespondont of one ol the Northern pupore thus pictures tho sooue iu the court when tbe famous charge was delivered : "The sixteen Jurors being all empanneiled, the Judge commenced to read, in a o'oar but tr-mhlm voice, bis charge to them ana suon a charge I Sul fite it to say, it was never equalled bv anything in tho whole anna a ot American Jurisprudence not even by tbe charge of the same Judceat Nor.olk. It talrly out-Uuaerwooded Underwood. The coun tenance of tbe assemblage, during the delivery ot tins woncieiful written document, were something worthy oi the rencil of a Hogarth. Every sign ot mirth, irom tbe balt-increoulous smite to the lulty BDureeia'ive broad rrin. were there visiblo. Learned lawyers sat listening with lifted eyebrows and mouths agape with astonishment; the wicked pi ess-pang punched each other hilariously in tho rile aa each successive popgun came boomiugaralnst tlio press; reMlemen tat pleaaauiiy staring at each otuor, eviuenuy iryina to uist-uver a nxeness oa tween them and the savages of Banvuela and 8ene gambia. The who e thmg-intolerabio, vulgar, and lmnltincras it was was far too rich to excite anirer: tho one pervading leeiiag was, mcrodulity and as tonishment, mine-led with pitv for the exhihitor. The wicked animus of a Jeffreys was completely lost sifht ot in tbe amusing bomDast oi a duzuux." The same correspondent makoi tun of Acting Dls tiict Attorney Honnessv (or annouueing that the Court would "stand adjournod until the first Toob day in October." Those who aro curious and nice about English pronunciation will appreciate the critic above quoted when we explain that 'In the, Korihitls common to say looaday (Tuosday)and Sou (hue), but in the South they make ll Tt-une-dny and See-you. Our lawyers should mike a note oi tins. Our most refined and erudite scho'ars stnki a bnppy medium between these two prouuncia ions e pecialiy in New Eug.aud. Dr. Mary E. Walker Arrested. Dr. Mary Wn.iker, well known in this city during the war, l.as, It appears, g .t iuto trouble la New York. Ihe Pod ol yesterday savs: "An unusual ex- riietneut was caused a, the Police rieadqin.rtew in Iduiberrv street yesterday, by a visit Irom Dr. Mary K. Walker, well kuoWn ilurlue tho war as 'Major' Walker. 8he served as surgeon tu tlio anny dur'ne the war. The object of her vL.lt wusio enttr a compluint atzaiiist a policeniau for illesallv nrresili) her. It seems that on Tuesday tho woman was walking in Canal ftreet, near Broadway, dreed in a lona black: coat and black pantaloons, when an Eighth 1'recinct polioeniau took her into custody tor wearing men's ature. Having been conducted to the Elation IIouho, tho woman convinced the ser geunl th'it niie oiicht not to have been arrstej, and that oftirer discharged nT. Yesterday Dr. Walker preferred a complaint against the po liceman, alleging thaf, she had not only been illegally arretted, but that the otVicer hnd used iiouerepsary violence, aud had insulted her. Ho will be tried before the Police Commia sioners at an early day. it is understood that there is no law to prevent a woman Irom dress ing in male attire if she chooses to (iu so; bin women thus dressed are frequently arrested when the police suppose the garb is aitsiiuied for the pnrpobC of committing any unlawful act. THE FENIANS MEETING OF CANADIAN PARLIAMENT. Ss'iiwpciiHlon oi tlio AVvIt oi IlnbcnH CorpiiNi MOVEMENTS OF SPEAR'S VAGABOND ARMY. A Series of Battles Fought. 1 EE IRISH BOHEMIANS WHIP THE "KANUCKS." 'J ho Fonians Intrenchinu- at V Hill. K , Bt. Cto.. Kte., ate. Etc, Etc. Ol'IMKO OF TBI CSRADIAN PARLIAMENT TBI W KIT tr nAKEAS CORPUS 8USPBNDKO BPltBfU OF TBI OOVkRNOR-OEMERAL. Ottawa. June 8 At 2 l'. M. to-dav. rarliament was opemd, and tin Kxcoiltncv, the 'lOverooi-Uene-lal, delivered an important speech, in which he aaid that it has t een tound neoegaary to suspend lor a time the wnt ol habeas corpus The following is th? aost inipottant tart ol the speech: "ine threat ana preparations ior an attack on Canada constantly ana ooeulv made bv a boa oiaainzcd in the United states ot America, and ki own as fenians, compolled me since 1'arliameut tore, by tbe auvice ot my min slois, to call out fur Bctive service a lare portion of the volunteer mi itia ki coot the l'rovince. the spirit displayed by .ne peot.ie and th"lr ready iepons to my proolamatlon havo received the wcl -uierted approval ot Her Majesty' Government 1 be events which have oc cuiied within the last few days afford additional proofs ot the nicessl v tor the precautionary mea sure adop:etl j'the f'lovirac i has teen invaded bv a law lees band ol marauder, but 1 congratulate the country that thoy were promptly confronted, aid within twenty-tour hours competed to n tike a precipitate retreat. I deplore the 108 of life and the suflennvs which have been en laced upon the gallant body of iho Canadian vjl uiitteisin the enpatroment whic'i took place in repelling so prompt y t. e invadors who had at acked tne country; and 1 leel assured that you wi l not nut to alleviate as far as may he in your power, the Diihohes so wantonly inflicted on many familios., but while I sneve ior them individually, I must con riutuJato the conntiy tnat the first note oi danser has shown that Canada possesses in hei volumeters a tody of men ready to peril their lives in dofon.se oi ti e r (ueen and country. The entiro people have bten thoroughly aroused by reeent oceur i rices, and it must be apparent to all that tl o whole tesonrces ot the coun iy, bath in men and means, will at any moment to cheerfully riven in repelling any inva sion ol their homes. Jn the mean of defense which I have been callrd npon to take, 1 have received tbe UMemittii g support ol the Lie itonant Geuoral com manding, a d of Admiral Sir James Mope It is also a source of unfeigned pleasure :o me to acknow ledge tho pallant devotion dip ayed by the officers and men of her Majesty s null ary aud naval lorces n i anada. I am happy to bo able to siato that the I n sldent ot the United States has issued a prdcla n a iron dtolaring that erions infractions of the laws oi that country have been and are being committed by evll-oispofiod persons within the territory and jurisdiction oi tho United States ac-aint the British poFsossions In .North America and requinne a 1 olli cers ot his Government to exert evory effort for their Ml'ieetion. J trust that the course thus adopted wll ere long prevent this country from I'eina subjected to lurther attacks from the eit tens of a nation on terms of amity with Great ISntuin. Ihe mamtenai ce of the force on act ve duty which the Uovercmonl has boon compelled to cal' out has involved an exoenditure to a la rare amount, which was not provided lor by the votes of la-t session, itecent occurrences show the neces sity ot extending to Lower Canada the act, chap 98. Consolidated Statutes for Upper Canada, to protect the inhabitants of that section ot the Provinc'e Bt'tiinet tbe lawless aggressions trom suojoc s ot loroipn countries at peace with her SI aio-tv It has aito been nicessaiy lor the preservation ot law and order to adopt a course similar to that taken in the present sets. on ol the Imperial Parliament for the It lnporary suspensinn ol the writ of hibaa corou. I iii vile your immediate consideration of these n'cestary measures." General Speai's Command. KAIPING IH CANADA SKIRMISH IN THE TOWN OF Hi K.L1GPBU KG CAPTURE OF A LAUOK BU1TIS.I KLAQ QKN. BPEAR INTBBN0H1M0 HI8 POSITION amp Sweenbt, Canada, June 8 A squd ol twenty men, undor the command ot Capta n O'Hara cn sistinr ol a numlei-ot the t.annrt exiuirt-tin.i and ail be onsinir to the 8d Cavaliy, Irih repuo ic tu at my. aavui.ced trom St Armantis on Fre isluri. ai w bich place they met a lorce of tho ene.uy and ei irntrcd thtm, p.ittln them to fliht and capturing a large ISiitieh flag, which they brought baoi to cn mo. ll.e Fenians entered the Custom House at Fre'iga bum, and re:aed 1 the oflicial paper. Theconduct ol both officers and men is spoken ot In the highest te.nis. .Major l.'acHamara and Adjutant P. A. Lin not are acaiu leaving camp with a large force of men, and iik v win pasa tnrougn freuvsDurg, and will pro ha b y enter button betore nlirht. lie British flan, which was captured at Preligs lure, is now flvintr at beadauarters. union dowu. with the green flag floating above it. Thi boys as tl ev come along the road are perfectly wild wi h lieliiht throwing np their caps and shouting iu the u tt TuuiicivuB iiiBiiuer. In the skirmish at Freli 'sbnrir lant nloht una Fenian was slightly wounded and three of the h i my. i ho wounded British soldiers were given tr cliartre oi an bnglish surgeon. Under General Sweener's orders the Fenians will iLtieneh here tearinr up a small bridge to make the in sition secure. General Hpeur is in command. Mo Pus just been presented with a fine norse. A lew tit ' eartened aud worn-out Fenians are returning lion e. I he proclamation of President Johnson doei not en:larraa movement oo the Canada side. Thi i- mans lack aims and atninuuitlou. U.LCBLK IN IBS HANKS OF THE INVADERS n ALF OF TBE FkNIAN ABMY BEABTLY DRUNK WHOLK8ALE PhSkBTlONS OF TBE RANK AND FILE COLONELS I.EADINQ THEIR REGIMENTS HACK TO THE STATES, ETC. lUQHT WlNO OF THE FENIAN ARMY, C AMP Swlknky, Canada, June 8 P. M.. Trouble is brew ii f at this plane among tue men calling thomsolves soldiers ot the army ol Ireland. At iho presuit mo ui"i t tllty itood ravalrvmen could put the whole ci.mp to rout. Thi-entire lorce doe not now num ber over ono thousand men, and more than one-naif oi mat numoer aro beastly drunk. The cause of the d iliculty is owing to the present disorganized state ol the lorce and the lack otsuilicieut disclpliue. The oliicers are unable to en lorco the necessary aud pro-jxrre.-poct and the men cannot be brought undor tuoper subjection to I or in any military organization in the Uuiied States, on account of the neutrality laws Cencial 8pcar crossed oyer the borders with nothing moie nor less than a mob of desperadoes, some of whom were armod, but Dy lar the largest portion of them were not. It cannot be denied tuat tl.e oliicers and tomeot the meu came trom purely paint lio motives, but many of them crossed to Ca Ladasolely ior the purpose ot p.uuderiug. Lawless depredations commenced almost immediately aler crossing into Canada. The men staried off singly and in lours and lives, on independent marauding expeditious, their officei being utterly powerless to prevent it aud time is no calculating the amount of mischief that has b en committed. These aots have been, severely condemned by one and all of the oltl oers, and they now threaten to visit the next offense with condign punishment. The oliicers have takeu all tbe Ifiji'or tint oould be louud in camp aud have spi led it out upon the ground. The road between here and St. Albans, a distance ol elghteon miles. Is filled with deserters. ant kat are the very men woo boa ted loudest and did me mom taaiug. ine io ior. oi men were the nrttto desert the cause, and by their lans;aaire and act on i bave tot a bad example to thoso remaining, wnioh cannot be easily remedied. leernons bave taken place by whole companies, aud in rome instanoe, colonels hare led their commands lack avain over the border. General Spear met a company ou their wav to Vermont, and tried to luduce tbem to remain until mormnv; bu. they told him to to to a I. aud continued en tbelr way homeward. Tno only retaon why a dotachment was not o derail out to aioot tbem down was because the? had not yet bo?n sworn Into tne service ol tht "Irish hepubhc " Ihe report of tbe trouuU at Camp Sweeney reachrd St. Albans this afternoor, and two mounted couriers have Ju't arrived from General Hweenev with despatches. A ooanoil of war has lost been held by Geueial Spear and the commanding (flieors.and they determined to maintain themselves as long as possible where they now are, if they can advance no lurther into Ihe interior. General Spear says that they may driv him off of Canadian ' soil, I nt it shall never be raid that he tnraed around andwa kra deliberate y back aa'n into Vermont. .Most ot the ofllcen will stand bv Gonoral Spear in this emergency. Unless the reuiaoa in the large cities send supplies and ammunition immediately, there will bo a useless loss ot mauy lives. As I close q n let and order have beon somewhat festered, but there is still a larpe amount o limits erimiuato finny by the men, who Aro at everything they see lu the shape ot borses. cows, pigs, and poultry. A PKIKMI'II AT PIDOEON HILL BKTWBEN COLONIC SCANLAN'S REGIMENT AND THE BRITISH TSi nillTIPH REPULEKD. St. Albans, Vt., Juno 8 Colonel Scanlan's regi ment of Fenians and the Itritish cavalry had an ei gaeement near Pidveon Hill to-day. The Fenians dispersed the British, who fled in confusion itn Kenians captured one hundred horses. Co'onal Seanlan refused to receive them, and they were re rtortd to their owners Three Fenians were wounded, one badly. One British trooper was killed, and three Hr.tish flat's captured Colonol seanlan arrived in St. Albans to-night. He states tbat bo has ordered his regiment to with draw. General Spear still holds position on the bill, where the iMsn flatr is flying. Considerable demoralisation prevails among the Fenians, but General Spear is determined to hold out. A oevble guard has been placed oyer Sweeney to night. THE CANADIAN FORCES MOVING ON GENERAL SPEAR'S WORKS Ottawa, C. W , June 8. Information has boon iccened that tbe Fenians bave crossed tbe border at Frellgsburg, Vtississquoi county. Their force is two thousand five hundred strong, acojrd.ng to retorts. Frelitrsburg is forty milts southeast of Montreal, and about thirty miles from Waterloo, w here there is a bank. Tho district in which it is 'oct d is a rich agricultural one, and cons dored tbe woake-t point in Canada. 'I he 7th Fnsileers and a re in lar battery have beon despatched to moot the enemy, i ii 1 i Seizure of (he Fenian Head quarters In Ohio.' Discovery of Knapsaoks and Arms Arrest of the State Head Cen tre, the Grand Treasurer, and Others-The Prl- . soners Released on Bail, Etc. In accordance with instructions received from tho Attorney-Geutral of the United States, the promi nent others ot tbe Fenian Brotherhood r siding in this ci y were arretted yesterday afternoon by United States Marshal Earl Bill, on charue of aid ing and abet' ing violators ot the neutrality laws of the United Stales. Ihe oliicers anested were: Thomas .Lavan, Houd Centre of the State ot Ohio; Thomas J. Quintan, draud Treasurer; Puiiip O'Aoil, Centre of fare Circle. I here was no attempt to avoid the arrest, ail of ttem being found at their homos or plaoos of busi ness Tbey appeared before United States Commissioner White, aud rave bail a. 10I ows : i bomas Lavan, (1600; T. J. Quinlan, 810O0; Piullp O'Neill, 10t)0. lu tbe matter ol bail, the prisoners claimed tba. the action of tbe authorities at Buffalo should be con sidered a precedent, which, it a lowed, would tlx the tail nt $500 each I he Couimiss.ouer deoidod that the ofliccis of the Government hero were bound to take inch action as the cae teemed to demand, without reference to similar oases elsewhere. The headquarters on Seneca street were seized and the papers, oiders, etc , taken possession ot One box ot knapsacks and anothor containing four muskets were found In the nab. There was great excitement and indignation in tbe Fenian camps, last niuht, on acoouut ol this un expected acton of ihe Government, whio'i seems rd have dampened the ardor of the Brotherhood not a Mttt. CUveland Ledtr, 8th, FROM BALTIMORE TO-DAY. Judge Vndervt ood In Baltimore A Tret sun Cane Dlckr(e ' th Priaoster, l ie. Kie. Sl'I CIAL DESPATCH TO TUB EVENING TELEGRAPH Baltimore, June 0 Judge Underwood has ar rived hero from Norfolk. Ihe steamer Worcester leaves he: e this afternoon for I lveipool, with the United States mail aud a fill complement of passengers. Tne Canton Company yesterday elected Directors lavoiable to tbe re-election of John W. Bandolph, as President. , v Jn the United States Dis' rict Court yesterday, be fore Judge Giles, Philip Cashnieyer, under indict ment for treason, appealed and pleaded guilty to the indictment, aud pleaded tbe pardon ot the Presi--dent of the United States, wbtob he exhibited to the' Court, and having complied with tbe conditional mentioned in said pardon, was ordered by the Court to be discharged. Fiom South Ameiica. Nkw York, June 9. The steamer New York, tiomAspin wall, with the California mails of May 19, has arrived. lbe news Irom t' e Sou'b Pacific is unimportant . A itrand National Banquet was given at Lima in honor of the repube ol the Spaniards Nothing has bieu beard of tbo new Peruvian iron-oiads since leaving Brazil. The first (earner of tbe Austral aeiau lino will ieavo Panama on June 24. Heavy raits are ol almost daily occurrence un the Isthmu', Ihe survey ol the llagoaluna river has been com -ple.cd. Movements of Specie-Over $2,000,000 In Gold poitcd. N kw York, Juno 9. The ileamers City of London, Teutonia, Fulton, Lh nmark, Brazilian, and listted Kingdom, sailed for Europe to-day. Tho three first take out about 92,125.000 in gold. The steamer Nero York, Irom Aspinwl ), bronirbt I6i8,000 iu po:d. Airival of Steamers. New York, Juue 9 The steamer Andrew Jo"ni son, from Vera Cruz and Havana, aud the Utbernia tiom Glusgow, bave arrived at this port. Latest Maikets by Telotriaph. New Youk, June 9. ' otton Is quiot. F t ur duii ; common 1015o loweri l ot 4OU0 b re s at lfcoUferU-(0 tor State; 8'lKi4il75 ior Ouio; fO 0C(uU-bO lor Western; houtlirru tiroo -inir; U5U barieis sold at HO-60 17; Canada lower, 86d bar reH sold at 18 bfku 18 N'. Wheat du ; common is l(fi2o lower; salea ot 76U0 bus at 81-72 for Cbuago ili'ing. Corn dul ; mixed l iiflo. ower OtU hive deoliutd Yif'io. Beef steadv. Pork buoyant at ta') 73 lor Mess. Lard steady at lOiWjo. tVuiuj du l. Baltimore, June 9. Flour is quiet. North. western extra, 11 Wheat arm ; red, 3 0,'i l 12. Corn steady; receipts light. C-ata dull aud declined 2c. Pioviaions quiet but firm. Sugar quiet, Collve dull and unettid, Whwky dull at ll.