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"W" "0 KaLl,". "FOB BIt."
VWT, 11 FOUND," BOABDINO." .c-Ad-"llx-m-nta
Snrntng mertt.aa keeahlits. Ml x
eeeiUni lira Hum, will be Inserted twice fur jttt miH
y-iNTBlV " 'WATWtt--liratlrl, mm
iiirm i. ;,., i it" wince.
my 10. b
, woman who bnii recently lust onn. Good re
fmn(lnn, Address M. A. W,, Trees Orljce. "
1 lnvlMl'p '
VrANTRD-A gnM Gentaner, and rtttakadra
- ui hoi-hos, wrmit preterreq,
nrlvennd take carp of horsea. IJood
A I HO hnv In
(ood referenoaa r,
mired. Apply el Wmt I'snrl-stroet
,....0lv Truly valuable one. may h. had gratis
sit JO NHON'B (t.llrry, Ninth nit Main, end flood
likeness for Inn rents, end nil kinds or rases at nro.
portlonally lo prices. The best kind of work. Very
Urge plttttirr fur SI In (III frame. hiylo
WANTED SITUATION A earpsnter. with,
out tool", or itruity and Industrious habits,
strrs employment Una a knowledge or liuniw
fainting. Address WASH, I'ress Offlce. mrlo-b
WANTKI-Bt)V-SlTlf.ntr eig-hteea years nf
age. to vrnrk In a wisilen rai:torr t al.n uli-l.
fur tl sems and
And country, at
and rirl. t,ir niunil
end country, at So. US Bnat )fouraj.etreet. Also
Kirls for washing and Ironing,
WANTED One or two respectable persons to
board In an Kiieltr.li family , or two gentle
men a i day-boarders. Ilnnao two mlnnteT walk
Irora rro PimtnlMcr. ncfrreiice. exchanged. Ad
clrosa M. C, at thin office. mylO-b
-"onr room on a level
v v Wltn tlie
Strewl. fnrtil.l.. I nf nn fnr n I.IimI
yelthhsH and cellar; lawn, with small flower yard.
Inquire Immediately at No. 53 Obaurvatorr-ruad.
. my)n-b
'VJj;'TI:D-H O t! g I! -Any person harlnf a
v Cottage of three rooms to rent, or tlie same
ntimner of rooms on the flrst floor or a hnnss, with
nther tenants, onn have the same occupied by a fnui
lly ultli only ono child. Rent paid In advance and
niiexceptloniililo references ghen. Address 1. M.
NM at Pres. Office, elating lorntlon and terma.
, lmyH)-dl
v y rEAf.'K-Thrac, more rnlnable than gold, may
l)f had gratis at .lOIINSON'B Oaltery, Ninth and
Mnin. and a good liken for ten cents, and every
variety of plain end fancy- casee, lockoU, brcantplns,
c., at lower prices than elaewhere. myio
at hO Uarr-atreet.
WANTED BAKKR A foreman on bread and
cukua. The hlabant wngea will be naid. An.
ply at B. E. cor. Conrt and Jo
Two or three ffirle. to rnt and anrt
V V l'Mff,
ut good wages. Apply at ls'o. )AO
IVANTED-At the Bnenoer House.
ono Or-t
v claw Chamberoiaid for the ladies' floor.
a rt BBrierwonutii. m ppiy immadtalely.
WANTE1I A Protestant Herman Girl tn
v Mlnall fmnllv on Wnlniit UIIU. Annlw tk..
naruware ciorot ko. 109 jamn-sireei. . mr'J-ir
1TANTED-A O(IOT) 01 RL-Tn do general
v v nouaewura., a no, uH3 Uigntntreet.
WANTED A OIRL-Whocan cook, wtish nnd
iron. Good refcrtmror. rpquirod, Apply at
UX Uetts-ittreot, betwtwn Wentwrn-ruw and John.
-To drlVA
w norae ana waaoii.
tnk.t cjtm i if niw. anA
tDHke himself ithtrw Iw tifuiul. Apply to
mytt-b t II KEN, 40 Kt Third-rrttTt.
WANTED A OO00 OIRL-To go aeypn mlla
in the country to do general honwwnrk.
(J.vod rncounnmiilutioiia rtiilrerl. Inquire at Ho.
U 93 Weit IhlrU-atreet, five doom eaat of Park.
uiyv-b J
WiMKD-W Indiea and gentlomon tcall
and gut a pnir of Wot den'a Silver-plated Shoe
finis, only a dime. Alau agenta to lntndiire thrm
throughout the Went. !l on or addre OB ANT,
I' 1 TITIAN A LKKDa, H Weat Thlrd-atreet. my9-b
WANTED-A BONO, A 80NO-Wlth erory
pa par or periodical purohamtd at the Period
ical and Cigar Duput on Llnnatreet, between Hnrr
nnd SrvQuih, any song dealred may be selected
l.KATiH. The cliolceaf brauda of Ugara and To
Luceo conatantly on hand. n. aw
W A NTE D-TU P UROH AS E -7. House
and Lot, worth from ftfi.imo to f 7.M10, In or
nt'ar this olty, and will give in payment a (Irnt-niort-giigo
note of ?ti,5oo. now due, and can be collucU-d at
any lime. It U a lirt nmrtgugo on a pmperty worth
at leaat 3i,0W. or full particulars call on
Heal Batata Broker and Auctloaeera,
myg-c MerchanW Exchange. Walnut-atreet.
WANTBO-TO ItBNT-A small Houae, or
lower part of a houae, for a ft in 11 v of three.
Bent refermic.. given. Addreaa AMEKICAN BANK
IS'OTK COM PAN 1, Fourth tuid Main. mySKb
WANTE I-A Ft' RCUA8E It-For a fnlLcourae
tSchulHrchlp lis one of the beat Commercial
Col legu in the city, at a Tory low dlaconnt. In
M'tlre ut this ollice. my9-b
WANTKD-HITUATION-Ai Rnglneer, by a
German, who speaks fingltau, and who cau
lve sntlHtactory refervuees. Apply at ltt4 Free-uian-street.
' , my9-b
WANTED Man a&eklng situations as clerks,
Salesmen, book-keepers, bar-keepera, porters,
roopers, mechanics, laborers, and others, should ap
ply at the Merchant' Clerks' Registry Office, No.
IVB wainui-ati-eet. myirj ae
WANTED By a young man, aged twenty
funr, (a good penman and correspondent, and
recently foreman in a cotton hosiery factory in tin
Knat, 1 a situation In a wholeaale drr coods house li
ti.lacUy, to gain a conversancy with the bualueaH,
biuhII siilurv. UnexreDtlonable New York.
I'hllale!pi.la. Gerinantown and city reference given,
Addnas HOHlKR,Box43, P. myit-b
-An alrr unfurnlalied room with
t boaru,
aareeablv located, for a ae nth-111 an
and wife. Terms must be moderate. AdureaaCOM.-
tO BT, at thla office. mno-c'
WANTEDTo rout, leaae or sell on time, from
'M to iHi feet tVont on Wentem-row, or Central
a venae, by l"0 feet deep. Apply to A. C. PAltKY.
tinner, ltaca-strtxtt, tioar Front. Vacant grouud
with fence and office attached if wanted. mya-b
"mTANTED ROOM A small, nnfnrntahed room
TT in a guiitec) private houae, (without board,)
in the vicinity of Hixth-ntreet and Western-row.
( L011 fworth-tt root preferred,) by a young man who
tan giro me very ucm 01 testimonial aatociiar
acter, Ac. Addreas ROOM, Uaily Proas Office,
atating terms aud location. ' my7-tf
WANTEDTo do your llonse Painting, Glag
itiff. U rain In E. Varnlahlua and Sinn Pulntitiit
at roaaonahlu prices fur caah. W. L. 1AVIS, 7'
Wo st Third-street,
north side, betwoonWulnut an
I ne.
TT to go to 51isi.laf.ppi. ijocation iieaithy, em
ployment steady, and wugog good. None but Aral
rlaas workuun natd apply. LANK A BOD LEY,
my-f Corner .Tohn and Wat or- treats.
"VANTED TO BKLLThe atock and fixtures
IT nf a bnr-room, with lease of dwelling, in
quire at 404 Vin-trcvt. mai-aw
"mVANTEp-ATTKNTION-Inclose one red
T t ntamp, uiid you will receive, by mail, a circu
lar, with particular-) of a fancy French article uae
lul to every married pcraon and those about to
marry. Addroa Box ,48(J, Uiucinnati. my3-h
m-min U U V-OR HUNT-A three-storv Brick
M? Dwell 1 Hit. witb iron verandah in front. The
houso contain ten rooms, has all the tuodern im
provement.,, ana i in'ompieio ropair. ar P"ik
ulara apply lo JOHN REEVES, No. 34 Weat Third
street, Maaonlc Building. mylo-d
HAIjE The Good Will, Htock and Fix
av tares oi a small Htore, now doing a fair cash
r aomi
for can
buxlneas. Will be aold cheap for Cash
through the Poatotlice. U. B. II.
mi tit uir.il!- ltlTTI.DINa MATERIAL The
u "entire matorfal of tlie Jirick ohureh, corner
He vu nth and Klm-atreeta, to ho remoTwi lorinwun,
Apply at the Cai nenter-ahop of B. BAKH, Western,
row, above Third. mytf-b
on south
' 1
side of Hupkina-Btreet, betweun Bavmiller and
Freeman. Terma Onu-hnlf caah, Laiauce in tour
j ears. Apply to No. 440 Fifth-street. mytf-b
I 1011 HALBOna of the heat located Saloons
' the city, with Billiard-room attached, doing
an excellent bus mas. Will be sold low for caah,
exchanged for city property.
Addreas W., through
1 no i'osumioe.
lOR SALE A good Uprtng Wagttn'and Hir-
M? net and Fixtures. Inquire at No. 75 Park
atreat or No. 'AT Waiunt-street. mya-b
JL; Auburu, on Maaou-ati-oet, near Mr. noluen
nlace. The houso coutalna Ave good roomn, hall.
llkrnnl a. kiti licii. On the lot. 10 DT 86 feet, la
new well, ft lariie cUtorB. some frult-tre, vines and
shrubbery. Title gotHl. will be sold on eaay terms.
inquire ou tne pieuiuos, or no. ai ' "j1"" :"l"JT r;
JCHIlt MA LB-A amall Kngim
HntlervFau. Cu
aL' poia, i'liras, nu in compn
l'iMjs, Ao.,
runtiliiff order,
at a grctu oai
Novelty Iron
apitf-tf, -
Ciin bo Hoim in ooeratiuu ftt the
oundry, Fourth -ainn't.
A 11 AM O, 1'KCKOVbU m W.
nnit aAl.K-A Kood Brick Dwelltna. house. No,
JL1 tiH. north aide vt Beveuth-atreet, lietwoeu
ine and Uaau It contains uiue rooms, side hall
f a, cioU, t Jntiuueu-t lVV.uUWifil;t!''
1 sirable B
wfcf IfWPflllT TiOTfl Ten Terv de
n..nl..a l.nta ills PaatLtirHOIl. LoWell. Hllll
the ucighb.iring atreeta, V by ion fetsach. luqulra
at the City Paaaauger Railroad Offlce
OHl' On Monday,
I colored
A set, A liberal rewara wiu u ppr
it to No. H'Al Central -a vouue. my o9
return lug
r..ii.k'.wi. mtVH-ina vl.itj. uid hUck
M? Hi. other whlto aud ml. The pwiwr can hav.
...... i.w rullinif al Ika I'oiirl
Wat.r-striMt, Klws.il l aa Hub,
li, wni. mi
Tarnished- ehy means, suitable
av f,.r tamUlea of ilnxla gentlemeoi at No,
12M It Hit NT A mtlfmn kaT.nff Urtiwlr
- hniM lh nn hi fjamilr rrtliiirvtak in dnnlmua nf
rwnHn wi.l-fnrnthf. froni room, Ht with U
Ulfnnunt IXM.oik four mnAriw from tba Pmtomoe-,
ilrM A. T. B., Prrwi Qfftoe. jtiylO-h
tea and
n M aA-
dr. Also a frw slrple gentleltiea ean
dated, with or wlliioilt board, 41 N
IjOR HENT WITH BOA It I A large an
; hand.oroe front room, newly-papered, on the
second floor, with privilege of gas and bath, for two
young men or families, in a housa where only a few
boarders are kept. Apply at til' Hound-etrert, he.
tween Iinngworth and rtlth. Al". Ipr renti ft room
In the uaeemetit, enitahie 10 a doctor's office.
ty-V) -"
tnlnt of Ave moms, on Kitnt Walnut Hills. In-
olndlng thirteen acres of land, containing a large
variety or mm-treee ansj enmoiterr. w iu ue rentea
lor a term 01 four yeare at 111.1
7. per annum. Inuulre
1 No. 80 West Front-
,TOH RENT A HOUBB With five aerve of
M? Land, In ft good state of cultivation shrub
bery, fruit, c suitable lor a genteel family, one
and a quarter to one and a half miles from the Wal
nnt.Ntrct Ferry, on the Covington side. Address
Bex 1,067. Cincinnati, Ohio. mye-aw
ROARDINO A handeomely-lviminhed front
room, for a family or (angle gentlemen alo a
few dny-lHiarders can be accommodated at No. 4
Elm-wtreet. - aylO-b
nOARDINO-A few gentlemen with their
wives, or nix single gentlemen, can he accom
modated with board In small private family.. Ap
ply at 800 Race-street, two doors above Kighth. -
tmylo-b) , . ..,
nOARDINQ-A gentleman wife can be ac
commodated with board and a large eeoond
story unfurnished front room. Apply at 3 Long-worth-strent,
east of Bace. my 10-b
BOARDING Largo and airy rooms for fam
Illea. with board, at No. 1YT Hvcamora-atreet.
Board and lodging for single gentlemen. Day
boarders can be accommodated. West side, be
tween Finn and sixth, myt-re
xTBOARDINO An unfurnished front room, with
MM board, for a man and hi. wife. Alo four or five
aay-DOarflnr can beaecommodated. Ioqutre at No.
1102 Longwortb'Street, below John. myw-b
No. 14 T.nt Kourth-ntrvvt.
8Uty-oneLoN.bo.nir B. P. II Iranian mbdiTiiloii
of Jnmcfl Kifldt'i portion nf the Rid'tle estate, on
ten yeum' credit, on WKDNESDAY MUKNlNd.
May 16, lrtAO, t nine o'clock, on th prt-mlwa. The
following li ft description of tb lota to bf aold ;
II Lota on Brownc-alrcftt, oppoatt th Brighton
HuB-e, from 2S to 00 feet front, auJ from 69 to 171 fet
dccD. t .
7 Lota on Hinman-atrwt, etich SO feet front by 170
l i Lnta on Valler-ftreet, from 41 to N feet front by
1711 frftt dtmn.
3 Lota on WMtcrn-Rrenue, from 90 to 106 feet front
by ftbont M ft deep,
ft Lota on Rmni.il nt rMrMn Klnna?.vainiM
and Straight -atiwt, from tun to i;jO feet front by 170
iocs arc p.
4 Lot on Marahal-avrnne, betwfvn Riddle and
finincrstrMta. amvk HA fwt front hv 1K7 fcnt I lnnh
in itoia on nn-eireei, near ratrriew-avenoe. irom
fit to 1 no feet mint ttv 12H fnot Anna.
reruia oi naii1 une.tentn caan, balance in one, two.
three, fonr, flTe, aiz, eevon, eight and nine equal
pnymfnta, with alx per can. Interest annnally.ee
cured br mortiraKe on the nrooertr. Title do r feet.
.very uoa vnrea wui.ire poauiveiy aoia, wiiueuc
ny rraerve.
Mr. Thomaa r aimer, an Jtmdle-atreet, iMtween Jf.
. Fielda and Jtotharta' (lardpn. will ahow the lota
nv afternoon, n rev lot is to the sale, from two to alx
Alan. Plata with directions of the Lota enn be had
at the Briphton Uuuae, any morning, front niue to
lireiv O CIOTK.
IVraons wiahlng to attend the sale will meet at the
Brighton House at nine o'clock A. M., aa the sale
niii com mH nee with the lota on Browne-street,
riata oi the property can be had or
, Auctioneers.
Furnlture. 4 l'Unoa, Ac, at Auction. Will be
sold, at A action, on FK1DAY M0KN1NU, May II.
at nine o'clock, at No. 18 Kast Fourth -street, a lot
of excellent Furniture, Hofaa, Tables, Bedteada, Bu
reaus, Oarpeta, Chain., Waah-atanda, Center-tables,
oecreiary, oooa-caae, tvara-roue, jienmeaa, vtocK'
ery and Queens ware, Kitchen Furniture, Cooking
IIITCi VIUVIilr O UIWH OHVrl 'bnvft (VU.
aijBU a nanaaome set oi aosewooa rarior rur
nlturo. ,
ALSO A QroTcr ft Baker Sewing Machine, nearly
new. -
ALSO The stock of a Daffiierroan Gallery, S Ca
meras, unamicaia, c.. c. - . .
A isW a n nxtension xao w. von, 900. ' - s
ALHO Four 1'lanuH.
my 10 JACOB GRAFF, AncMoneor.
Two New Brick Houses, with Lots, on Bay mil
ler -at roe t, between Hopkins and Laurel, at Auction.
M ill be aold at public auction on SATURDAY
Inns, two new two-story Brick Houses, with lots, on
the east side of Bay miller-street, between Hopkins
and Laursl. The Iota are each 16 ' feet front by UK)
feet deep. The bouses contain five rooms naon, Willi
water, gaa, side-alley, good front and bock yarda ;
well naDered throughout. These are very desirable
small hotiaes. Hale positive. Title gooa. Terms
One-third caah, balanoa in one or twa years, with
six per cent, liiiereax.
my 10 No. 14 East Fourth -street,
. ftTond Brick Houses and LiOim. Nos. Ufl7
SOB, corner of Poplar and Dud ley-street a. Wll
aoia ai pumic auction vu jiuhuai aiiavniiuvn.
Mmv 14. iMio. Rt 8 o'clook. ou the nretnises. two aood
two-story Brick Honses, of six rooms each, and fur
niahed in the beat style, The corner house la a good
rnrerv Htmnti. ituaieti on tne corner oi ioniar aaa
hidlsv-s tract. The lot ia 40 feet front on Poplar
and m feet on unniey. Title periect. Mie posiuva.
Terms maue Known at aaie. .
C, J. W. eJH ITH Auctioneer,
my 10 , No. UUl Vine-street.
xm.Rial Kttate Auctioneers, Merclianta' Kxcbange,
VitliiMhU t'oiirthntret Corner Pronertv at Auction.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING, May 16, 1G0, at 11
o'clock, will bu aold at nubile auction, on the orem-
iaea, that valuable corner, known aa the north-west
corner of Fourth and John-streets, being Ub feet
rrout on rourtn -street, ana running norrn on jonn-
Mtnwt 1(H) feet. Ther is a lnnre three-atorv brick on
the rear part or tlie lot, nearly new, anil uaa ail tne
modern improvements, and will rent for $mm. par
annum leaving room eiiongn on ine loton ronrtn
atrwet to build either a fine residence: or would be
well suited fur business purposes. There Is now on
this part of the lota large and comfortable frama
dwelling, Under rent at iOu par annum.
Terms of hala IOOtt caau, balance lit one ana two
years, , . , my m-g
Ueautilul Oil Paint iocs. ImnorttHl from Eu
rope. Will be aold at public auction, on TUCitS-
uai AriM.iuuH.miir iu, ai a o ciocx, ana in
the evening at 7X o clock, at No. 10 Eaat Fourth
street, a large collection of beautiful Oil Paintings,
in ricn gut rrames, iinportew irom aurope oy nr.
Marcher. The
unmnriaes La,ndacanes.
i, Ao., all exacnted with
n-reat care bv celebrated Francta anil Italian Artists.
In this collection will be found many pieces worthy
the attention of connoiaaaora and persona desirous
of fnrnikthina' their HMrlura with trulv artlatio works.
The paintings are now on exhibition, and will be
until me uay oi aaie. unmuiauia nua n'j.
, ' jacuh UKArr, Auctioneer, -
niytt . . No. 1 Eaat Fourth-street,
FourtMtn LoU in Wruzht'a Addition to Weal
Covington, Ky.-Will be aold at auction on TUES-
MAI Ai i biinuun, may 19, lenu, at. a?) o cioca, on
the premlaes, lu Weat Covington, Ky., just baxk of
wniienau, ijota nos. 10,09, , , ee, aw, w, a,
45, 47, 40, 4V and flu, being each aU feet front by 1.4
do, p. Whitehall Is at the Fifth-street Ferry Land-
In a in KniitUikv. "' 1
Terma or Bale une-t htrfl casu. oaiance in one ana
two year, with six per cent, lute mat, secured by
morteage ou tne premises. Title gooa ana aaie pos
itive. , , , I f flWV Witnrr, nui.in'inoi ,
niya no. m bast jourio-streei,
vapnvirnn am fVHuaiflNMRNT AN
EC for aaie at $K) per caae, assorted nnubers,
IMJ-yarOe spoola.
Xm aT OXIVOt. "
No. Til West Fourth-street.
m.' Til Kbit A
NISHING UOODH. -;...-...
' Mo. 117 W. TtfllwtrMt.
M. than alsewurre iu in. ciir iuici
Medical and Surgical Offlce,
. r reftvtuicuaa or r t j 1
Hernia or llupturo
IruntA. M. until 0 1,H.
Pure Catawba Wine. i
bawl and for te jnanv jiiantlty by
m. ALBKlir koos'prtiMlst,
nouia-weei eQmer iu.rBi-areniw ftna amum.
.. taiaai. y. ... II)
S 11. U AMI' UbiLiLt K LU.,
and Boiler Irua, Plow tllalis, hallnmii Xplkcs,
rto. AIhj, aaruls for Ute sale of Irontuft Mar Nalta
Wararvuma, Mix Is Kaat ail0m4irait. OlewlftaeU
Obto. .. ..f.
.....MAY !
If yon want ft house, advertise In Hit DAILY
PRK8B. 1 .
It yo Want ft servabt.adrertlet hi the DAILY
' If you want situation, ftdvertlse la the
' If yon have lost anything, advertise la the
FA tit (act, every want supplied by advertising
the DAILY PHKHS. . -
Advertlsemeiita not exceeding live lines la
length, Inserted In the " Wanted " oolnaia twice for
Bast MatY-Arrlvee iliHQ A. a., and 4i4 P.il.i
ftlosea ftt 1 A. M. nud 8 B. M. , .. .
BiLTtatoaa, Whioto axd Wbulinq. Ar
rives at 3itt) A. M. eloeeeat 8 P. at.
Br. Loris and Lonnvtui. Arrives at II A. M.
and 1 P. K.i closes at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M .
CatcAoo akp SoiTa-wisT. Arrlvse at 11 A. M.
and ! P. M ; elneea at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
City News.
Important Arrbst op Coontrrpbitbrs.-
DftTid H. and Edward Cox. residing at No.
ltw Mound-fltretk were arrestea rerterdar,
bf Officer Beany, for pagaing counterfeit
money. ,
B urol art on Walhtjmtrbbt. The house
of a man named Joseph GrumbachRr, located
on Walnut-etreet) near the HaoiUton-road,
wai DursiariousiT enterea, niirni Deiore lasc
and robbed of money and goods to the
amount of nearly forty qouara,
Meteorological Obrbrtations Bt Henry
ware, upucian, no ay r. ,
O'clock. Baromrttr. ' ThurmtmuUr.
1 A. af 23. IS .'- . Above nero H7
It M.,.,...mH.mM.H.M.2V.Z Ab)T aero-?.!
F. M....- 29.72 A bore aero 70
Lbttbrs Dbtairbd for Want or Postage
Hay 9:
Frederick Mlllrt, New York City.
Win. Uf-hnnr, 8. Lou in, Mo.
Vauffhan A Co., Dayton. Ohio. .
n. u. tjurtpr, vmyum, unto.
J. H. Clonith, Uodfrer. Illinois.
Hcnrr Baraot, VmMj'n Itnn, IN
Amtobio k Wilddr's Cirotis. This excel
lent and extensive circus company will open
this evening, on thoClty Lot, corner of Ninth
and Plnm-8troets, and continue their per
formances to-morrow and (Saturday nights.
They have a fine troupe, and will bn as
largely patronitea nere as tnev nave neen
every wnere eise.
PnooiEDiNos or thh Countt ComiiibsioN'
ins. At their regular diurnal session, yes
terday morning, the County Commissioners
paasea oraers amoununpr in tne aggregate to
275 36, of which 25S 85 were paid to
John Orable, for meat for Lick Run Lunatic
Asylum, and $16 to E. Hutchinson for 100
bushels of coal for toll-houses on Sharpsburg
iioaa. no omer Dusiness wormy oi note wus
or the Home or the Friendless. The Man
agers of the Home of the Friendless grate
fully acknowledge the following donations
for their building fund :
Proceeds of a children's fair, held over
Day's Saloon, on Walnut-street, $10 67; and
the munificent gift of a Grover A Raker
sewing machine, Dy the agent, Q. D. V. Kollo,
of this city. .
Cincinnati Tbottino Pabk The Races
To-day. The race to-day, over the Cincinnati
Trotting Park, promises to be quite interest
ing, menorses wnicn nave Deen matcnea
are Daniels' b. g., "Bolly Lewis;" Dodge's s.
m., "Lady Hay;" Hockey's b. m. 't.ady
Hamilton," and Bidwell's br. g., "Ned For
est." The horses are green, and evenly
matched, and the track is in an excellent con
dition. Persons who desire to attend the
race can leave the city by the Cincinnati,
Hamilton na varum .juurway, at xis ana
return at ti io r-.M.
Poobet-Piokino- Extraordinary. Day
before yesterday a young man named A. 0.
Myers had his pocket picked of a wallet con
taining $49, while standing on Front-street
and gating at our beautiful river. A genteel
looking man came along and apparently acci
dentally ran against him. He stopped, placed
his hand upon bis shoulder, wished to be par
doned, bowed politely and disappeared. He,
wholly unconscious, returned to his board-
ing-nonse, wnen ne was tout teat nis panta
loons were torn; and upon examination be
discovered that the pocket had been cut and
bis sorte-monnaie extracted. He then re
called the circumstances under which he sup
posed it was taken from him, but the adroit
pickpocket has not since been seen.
Ax Invalid- Refuses to Remain in the
Hospital. The Commercial Hospital of this
city has for years been ah object of ridicule,
and although the principal inmates do not, as
at the Bellevue Hospital, New York, spend
the nieht in eatinir up patients, it is absolutely
a disgrace to the community. Yesterday a
man named i nomas nare was sent to tins
Institution, from the Third Ward, suffering
severely from the rheumatism. When placed
in the nroDer ward, he looked surnriuert
glanced around at the walls, beds, arJ jt
T. . i . . i . : i . -l. .-i - J
lumaiea, aim luaiug up ui. urutcr , ...uineu
out the best way he could, vowing he would
not remain. 'Any place to him was better
than that and so to any one, who has the
slightest idea of what an establishment should
be. - No one knows better than the Directors
of the Hospital that it is wholly unfit for the
purpose for which it is used, and if they can
do nothing to improve it, tbey would do
sensible act in resigning in favor of some one
WHO can. . .
ExTHAOUDlKAtY ArrAis A Scpkrasiiiu-
Abandohid. A few days ago, some unknown
person made his appearance at Columbia,
short distance, above the city, tn company
with a very feeble old negro, whom he
abandoned and soon after left the place. The
negro says he is over eighty years of age and
belonged to a man residing at May's Lick,
Kentucky, and that the person who broucht
htm to this State threatened to kill him,
be spoke of tne matter until atler be bad taken
his departure. The slave is penniless and
avers that he was brought there because un
able longer to serve his master. How true
bis story may be, we heva no. means at pres
ent of learning, but he may be found at the
. :u . r r : i . f w
eanv-uiiu ui .auica ium.iv, .u . 1 j ii i c i xunu-
ship, and will doubtless be glad to find some
one who is as generous as his master seems
have been ungrateful.
Wkskly Riport or th City Auditor.
The City Auditor, lust night, reported to the
City Council the following ' receipts andex-
Senditures, for the week ending last Satur
ay, together with the amount of money re
maining in ue ireaaurv. an uiuv umc -
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luht fund
UdMiok.B Vuui1a
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Police Court and Oily Prison imd..ij...
WaU li Fund
- tl.WS
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Intsrest . una..
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There 'sue 'now remaining tn the City
Treasury tne uiiowine sums i
Oeueral raDd.........-..-.....M....10J,00"
Wt.-h rinid. 1 .: A
Jitlsrest ' ua.;.w.,..w..w.
uperlor Court ruud...-,mf.
rlre D)aiiuient uuo......
MKUt . una...
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ft, Mlcken PuoeJ..I.
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ceiamuu evhu.il fund Uad, aod easa.
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The Hail—Franklin Research Enterprise—
The Hail—Franklin Research Enterprise— Letter From a Member of the Kane Expedition
As onr readers are already aware, Mr. C.
F. Hall, for many yean a resident of this city.
will leave to-day npoti an expedition in search
of the remains of Hir John Franklin. This
enterprise is exciting considerable attention
among the Arctic: navigators of both conti
nents, ana particularly in rvnginna, wnere
the scientific nien hold that Mr. Hall can not
visit King William s Land during the Slim
mer. The following will show th fortitude
and determination with which our townsman
has undertaken to solve the problem:
When the doubts or the Kngusn navigators
were made known to him bv Henry Gnnnell.
of New York, Mr. Hall replied: "My mind is
mnufl up ruu vrivi, me, will a v tibi, muH
William's Land, search and research over it,
especially Its western coast, in the summer,
On this Land and Boothia I will spend two or
three years, to determine the unsettled ques
tion relative to the Franklin Expedition."
Our Arctic whalers and many others
whose views on the subject have been con
sulted, have no doubt of the success of the
present expedition, and seem to he pertcctly
satisfied that something may be accomplished
on the proposed plan.
The followinar letter from Thomas Hiikev.
one of Dr. Kane's most reliable and hardir.it
men, is excellent evidence in favor of the suc
cess of the enterprise of Mr. Hull, of which
we have little doubt. Mr. Hickejr writes as
follows :
"C. F. Hall, Etq., Cincinnati, OWo. Pre
vious to the return of Lady Franklin's late
expedition, I learned that you were actively
engaged in forrnintr a Maritime Expedition
to proceed by way of David Strait, to co-operate
in the search for Sir John Franklin and
his companions. I now hear that you are
confident that some of his men still exist
among the Esquimaux, and that you propose
an expedition to determine tnis uane ques
tion. "I was a member of the memorable Amerl.
can expedition in search of Sir John Frank
lin in 1853, '64 and '55. commanded by the
lamented Dr. Kane. During the residence of
our party in the Arctic regions we experi
enced many severe trials: but I must sav, the
major part of them emanated from our mode
oi living, wnen we uvea as Esquimaux we
immediately recovered and enjoyed our
usual health.
"If Providence had so ordered It that we
should not find our way back to civilization,
but should cast our lot with Esquimaux, I
have no doubt we would have lived. Derhatw.
quite as long, and in quite as good bealtb, as
in the United States or England. Had we
lost our commander, I confidently believe
not one of our expedition would have re
turned, uur countrymen mignc nave come
to ns, but we could not have gone to them.
White men can live where Esquimaux can and
frequently where and when tbey can not,
This I know by experience.
"The heroic Captain McClintock made t
speech at a late meeting of the Royal Geo
graphical Society of London, which contains
several statement that are ingenions in con
ception, but nevertheless are at variance with
"Little did I think, on return in or to the
United States with my companions and be
loved commander, that I would ever again
go to the .North, but believing, on my soul,
from a practical life in the Arctic regions.
that you are right in entertaining the opin
ion that tome of Sir John Franklm't men are
yet to he omul living with the Esquimaux, and
thai they tnouia oe retcuea ana retiorea to meir
eountru and fritndt. I hereby cheerfully offer
my services, and volunteer as a member of
the Kxpedition you propose to organize.
"For direct evidence of me. and my de
votedness to this cause, I would refer you to
41 . . 1 C '. 1
me written wor&s ui uiiu wouse memurv auu
name I almost worship Dr. Kane."
The plan of Mr. Hall has been already
tublished at length. He will sail from New
ondon, Connecticut, on the 20th inst,, for
Aorthumheriana inlet, tatting witn mm a
number of Esquimaux guides, and disem
barking there, will proceed across the country
in a sledge manufactured by the Messrs.
Bruce, carrying with him the best wishes
and prayers of two nations for his complete
success and sale return.
' Polici Court. Mirandah Johns, well
known to our officials as a degraded vagrant,
was yestesday committed to jail by Mayor
Foley for the term of one year, on a charge
Correction. In our report of the proceed
ings of the last meeting of the council, we
stated that Mr. Kelley had been "appointed
Mayor tiro tent, vice Medaria, removed." We
should have said "resigned.
Real Estati Sales. Mr. W. W. AUnut,
real estate agent, disposed of the following
lota, located in this city, yesterday:
Six lots on Shelby-street, and running
to Licking, to Samuel Walker, for the sum
of $2,300.
Corner lot, 26 feet on Fourth-street, and
H feet 'on Greenup, sold to Andrew Herod
for $44 per foot front on Fourth-street.
Three lots adjoining the last, and same
size, fronting on Fourth-street, sold to the
same party for from $32 to $33 50 per front
foot... .
Cor jer lot in the rear of the above, 21 feet
on -lower Market-space, and 74 feet on
O jennp-etreet, sold to the same party fur
.0 50 per foot f ront on Market-space.
T ... :. .i i ": 1 .1 .
Ajub aujuiuuig auuvv, oaiuv auic, buiu
the same party at $47 per front foot.
Oestrdctiom or a House or iLL-rAus.
Some time since we noticed the fact that
house of ill-fame, on Orchard-street, kept
a woman named Wiltsee, was nearly destroyed
by the people in the Vicinity,
that the keeper herself was subsequently
and committed to jail.
After her release, she returned to her old
quarters, and persisted in insulting the neigh-
Doruooa, Dy ner outrages upon propriety ana
morality, until night before last, when the
citizens determined to complete the work
which had been begun, and entirely demol
ished tne tenement. i
Yoniis Ladiis' Lycium or thi Wislitan
Female Colleoi. The Young Ladies' Ly
ceum of the Wesleyan Female College will
hold a meeting this evening at the College
Chanel on Vine-street, near Sixth. The ex
ercises will consist, as usual, in reading essays
and music, and will no aouDi oe more thun
ordinarily interesting ' .
" The Superiority or the Grover k Baker
Sswino Machine. 1 purchased, four years
since, one of Grover & Baker's Sewing Ma
chines, which has been in constant use
my establishment, doing every variety
sewing, and in the most pertect manner,
is with pleasure that I certify its merits over
all other machines, considering its simplicity,
elasticity of seam, economy of thread, its
most noiseless movements; ana lastly,
great variety of work which it will accom
plish, and with what ease it is understood
and kept in order, prompts me to give it
undivided approbation. Mr. N. H. Ballou,
dreumaker, US Uhapel-ttreet, Asu liaven.
.''Home, Sweet Home." A copy of
world-renowned song. Home, Sweet Home,"
In John Howard Payne's own hand-writinir
we notice in the window of Church, the well-
known Fourth-street musie uealer.
chiroa-raohv is small and delicate like a wo
man's, and attracts much attention from
throng of passers-Dy.
Oil pAfitTiHOS at Auction. At 2 o'clock
this afternoon, the sale of Uu Paintings com'
mences, by J. Graff 4 Co., at No. 10 East
Fourth-street, and continues in the evening,
at TA o clock.
... I m i ii I.I .
- Damaged Wares at Adotiow. J. Graff
Co. sell this morning, at No. 62 Main-street,
a large quantity of Glass, Iron-stone
Queensware, (damaged at the late fire,)
lota to suit tne trade.
, , .t in "' .
' Auction Sales or Heal Ebtate Ybstbe
Dai. C. J. W. Smith, auctioneer, aold yes
terday morning, at auction, the following
real estate: A three-story brick house
lot. No. 028 Klm-street. near Libert y the
being 20 feet front by 80 feat deep told
a sshs a vw
City CottNr!il-LiST NinnYi Proceidinob.
The Council met lant night ondef.the.nsw
realms, at eight o'clock precisely; President
lorrence in the cnatr. ine miauir. ui uie
previous evettlhg Were read and approved.
Mr. Cunningham presente'd' A proposition
from Harvey Colville k Co., proposing trt
lease an the rinnite mnnings ai wie iocs oi
Pillh-ntteet 132ft footl for which thev Drooose
td pay $1,5I0 per annunt, or $1,900 for the first
rear. $l,3oo for the second, $1,500 fbr the
tnira, i,uo for tne lourtn, ana i,iuuioriue
fifth, the rent payable qnertorlyi -'
On motion of Mr.. Eggleston, the City An
ditot was instructed to advetise for proposals
fur '.he leasing or all tin public landings, on
which the lease has expired.
Mr. Moore presented a communication frohl
the School Board, requesting Council to con
cur in its action, In purchasing a lot from
Nicholas Lonirworthi for the sum of $9,000.
the lot is located on Cathaflne-strent and ad-
oining the one now occupied by the .First
Intermediate SchooL Tha nurchase was
unanimously confirmed.
Mr. Tooliey presented the following me
morial from the Presidents of the different
street railroad companies, which was referred
to the Committee on Roads and Canals :
To tin Btmonbk M CUf Vmctt elA. city eCfe-
Ynnr memorialists, the flflrlnnafl Plreet ftallroad
Company, tlie Ja.',iinT Railroad rvnipany of Cin
cinnati, the l'pndlrton end Klfth-strwet Market
Space Htmit Passenger Railroad Vetnpauy, respect.
lour rcprospni :
That the limited lcnowleilffs esl.tfn. tn the oem.
muiilty as to the nature and enectnf street railroads,
when our grants were tiisitc, iicconnts for the exist
ence nf considerable trreiwlire aaaln.t them, therehv
renilerlna: it diftVult for roitr honorable bodv. or the
companies receiving contracts at rcmr hands, to
wciah well the conditions that ought, In Justice, to
ue omnoaiea in tne coiliracia. .
Your memorialists have contracted, in food faith.
to run street passenger cars through soveral streets
nf the citv. miliifH't to cnrtAin tiouLatioiuiand con
aiiioiiH, many oi wnirn worn n t re r now. ana mum
more burdnnnomB than thue Imported upon naiHr
cmnpuniefi In any other city, nnd totally at variance
witn tne STim ol h tx ran l Uutnuouia ctiaracU.iM
a frrtat city.
rdio oi m!e ronaitionti nave provra, upon rmr
trUl, to bnu burdcuiionie an to render it impoMlble
fnr an com nan r to carrr thrm ont. and. at tnn name
time, to nav thlr tmrtfovm k fnlr nnmiiviimtton fur
MTvicc-s, and to kep fhir ant trftli Hnd hriTm in
propor oratr, in view oi tne ureal, una comiori 01 our
ctt tnit.
A comDarlMon betweon th bnTtlftiiimDoaedtindpr
nnr ordinanr, and thona gnrn-nlng itrect psuiwnger
rati road la otlior cltlen, will, perhapa, be of aomt in-
The annual car Ifeenaa i San vxrafnu the amount
acted tn moat other cltiei, but eorrenpondi very
nenriY wiin ine nmnoHi.
2. The "Omni bun Clauaa" ha absorbed a larire
amntint or moikev irom rour ittltuiiiani; while the
rruh.ftioua of thia c)ane hive been Impoaedin no
ottier ctiv. excentina FitiiarieiDbta. in wbtcn latter
com it waa voluntary on tha part of the rallnjed
compnniM, ana km nntaefnnfMRfi njrfne iwiMih
3. i ne iow ui nr ins of the itreeiH haa nererbetsn ex
acted of anv other Htrnet PaMaenacr Itailroad Com
naiiT In other cIiIoh. Ihrvhave merelv Ut keen in
repair the apw-e between the rat to) and, In m
iiiptancert one or two feet outnide the rails; while
vour memorlAll-ita art) roquired, (in addition tn
raw inert dr me sireeiM, j to Keep rne p nitre sirmi in
reituir. irom curb to curb, in which the earn rnn.
4. The rate of tare iu New York. Bon tun. 8t. I.tnilM.
rhfeaffo, and ininoat other ciliea, wharc this vat u
is in oDeration.'M nva cent, aaa no deTivofion- un
pack aged of tickets, nor Is any per oa pita tax rwmtn l
to be paid into the public Treasury; but your mc
inorialinta are requlrea to sell pnckfifel of tickets tit
the rate of four cents each, and then pay Into tho
City Treasury one cent, on each pHBtteugr carried, or
2.' per cent, on the actual rcct-intx. loavinir but thnu
cents ptT paenger to the tVnipantea, or but go per
cent, oi i no utrani racaipte ir carry in f raeieiiirii.
Statistics fi-om largf cities where naeeenpter rati
roadrt havn been thorouirlilv tented, snow that dim
aenaera ran not be carried at three cent earh. and
tcavn a remainder for kMninir lhe ronrin In ordur. I n
proof of this dtatenient, we beg to refer you to thy
report of tho average cost of currying each passenger
on eomooi int inofHHurceHeiu.iy-manttgtju sireei rai
wnya in the Kantern citien:
8ixth-avcue liull way, in New York, cost Vi cent,
fare ft rentn. '
Thirdavenue Railway, In II ew York, oet iX cnl(:
fare 3 cents.
Hrooklyn City Railway, in New York, cost cents;
uire .'i cents.
These renortn nndoubtedlv slow-the smalleat av.
ernrgo to which the cost of carrying passengera can
ix rruuepo.. auu hid ruous iiaiueu carry a laratti
per contaga of paaeengers tban any railway in tbti
city can be expected to earn during th existent
the perxotiHl cuntrncts nearly twenty years.
The New York roads receive Ave cents per pa
sen Her. and dhv no cavitation tax: and tliev d
do bov. Iduring or repairing of streets except between
i no rails.
Without referring further to statistics of othei
cltieti, your memorialists beg leave to May that, lu
ineir upiuiou, your nouoraiiie uiMiy muni iuu
tice ana necessity oi niaKiug some cnange in ine
railroad ordinance, and in tha contracts already
given out, so that onr passenger railways may cou
th) iu to be a convenient and pleasant mode of travel,
and the capital invested in their construct ion bo
(airly remunerated.
The InjuHtlce of taxing every pereon who rides in ft
car, one cent, to be pniu into the City Trcamiry, hi
fact, a tax levied upon the poor man for tho bouetit
of tne ricb.t must be anon rent to all.
The measure of ratio of the fore should be the low
est at which the transportation of pawMengers can bo
effected, with a reasonable remuneration to the Com
panies carry! ug them. --
It certainly can not be expected that capital ought
to lis invested in any enterprise, without paying a
fair interest on the Investment, especially lu ft cao
where the mode in which the capital has been ex
nended. has afforded such great conveniences to tho
public. The best condition of society is where each
separate interest is preaervenwu a thriving conmtioii
by it own self-sustaining efforts, and where no par
ticular interest is oppressed by the authority of lttw.
These special taxes not only affect onr prosperity
through the heavy drafts ou our receipts, but also,
renuy iu uur prfumce, discourage cunioiii, uy Keep
ng up the price of fares. ,
In short, we wImIi vour honorable liodv dlstfncMv
to understand, that, under tho present restrictions,
linDost'd bv our contracts. It in iniDossible for our
companies to protect themselves from loss.
in orunr 10 inuuee your nunorame oouy 10 tnrow
off these burdens, your memorialists make the fol
lowing proposition : If we are relieved of the pay
ment of the per capita tax, and the obligation to
bimldar linbowldernd stroets, and our obllaatlon to
repair the streets bu limited to tliat portion lying tic
tween the outside rails of our tracks, aud twelve
luetics on each side thereof, we wiu agroo to reduce
me price oi tares aa ioiiows :
We will iucruase the ouuiber of commutation
tickets sold in puckauos, to 2a for SI, ac-d. receive
imekage ticket, of either companr, sanie as our uws.
We will sell tickets for school children, goiug tour
from school, in uaokagee of S.1 for 91.
We will i.sue exchange tickets, good over any two
Of our roaus tor 7 cents eacn.
The olty will, undur tho ternu of this proposition,
be still ruceiviug not only her proportti
receiving not omy ner proportion 01 ine uix
v levied uuou theeronertv of the Railroad
Companies in the general tax duplicate, (which will
reguiuriy tevieu upou ine
amount to a large sum yearly 1, but will also receive
the tux of S3il per car, which will amount before
long to twenty or thirty times the sum flloo per
annum) received from licenses under the old omuibus
Your ruenioralista believe that the above offer pre.
wute more favorable terms to the public than have
ever been made by street railways ill this country, but
they nope mat melr llDcrullty will serve to reuaer
their ruads still mure popular with the peoplo. and
Induce yuur honarable liody to give your memori
alist's application a favorable consideration. AU ot
President Cincinnati Street R. R. Co.
President Pendleton and Fifth-street R. Co.
President Passenger Railroad Co. of Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, May, 1860.
Mr. Weasner presented a memorial from
Wm. Glenn and Sons, together with a large
number of others, property holders on Vine
street, asking the extension of the present
sewer on Vine-street, from Pearl to Water.
Referred to the Committee on Sewers, with
instructions to report an ordinance in accord
ance with the prayer of the petitioners.
Likewise an ordinance to provide fbr mak
ing contracts for the construction of street
railroads. Its provisions are in substance as
Sec. 1. Makes it the duty of the City Au
ditor to contract for the construction or ex
tending of street railroads, and to advertise.
under the direction of the City Council, for
proposals for the same.
Sec. 2. Provides that he shall be governed
by the provisions ot the Ferguson bill and
the city ordinances on the subject. - " .
Sec. 3. Directs the Auditor to publish an
abstract of all the bids received, in two daily
papers, designating the one deemed the best.
Sec. 4. Provides- that no contract shall he
sicrned. iu behalf of the city, until one week
alter such publication; and should Council so
direct, it becomes the duty of the Auditor to
re-advertise. Referred to the Committee
Roads aud Canals.
Likewise., an ordinance' authorizing the
City Auditor to appoint a Board of Equalisa
tion, consisting of six persons. Passed. .....i,
Mr. Hollister moved that the Council sug
gest the names of the six persons to consti
tute the Hoard. .Laid on tlie, table, after
1 j: - ..1 n : 1 1 ' '
luiiK uiecuaaiuu ui ui. rcisweu uui,, ..m 1 (
. . Mr. Hollister. from the Law Committee, of
fered a resolution rescinding bne formerly
passed by the Council, blocking the square
bounded by Bavmiller, Freeman, Clinton and
Betts-8treets. Lost, ;:'1.
The Council then went into the Committee
of the Whole, for the 'eenslderation of the
ordinance providing for the making of city
contracts in'oertaiu cases;' Mri Hollister
the chair.' ' ' t
Mr. Hirst offered a few immaterial amend'
mentaj which were concurred ru', fwhen the
committee rose and reported the ordinance
to tne council, wnen it waa passea unan
imously. ' - 1
Mr. Perry offered a resolution Instiuoting
the Committee on Health to report uiion the
ariety of taxing billiard tablet and pawn.
en' establishment.' . 1 . 1
Mr. Glass moved to include houses of
. ... .....
lame, as mailer or neaiui. , isost. , ,
Tlie resolution was ' then rotarred to
Cominlttee on Special Rfrenci, Ad
4SWSV.I Jll.-M.l! t'ir. WjN.
The Constitutional Convention.
Continuation of Proceedings from first page.]
M.LTlKoai. May 9 Tha flnnTAntion au.m.
bled at four P. M., when the Committee on
Permanent Organisation reported the follow
ing officers: President, WashinRtoa Hunt;
V ire-Presidents, one each from nineteen
States, including Marshal P. Wilder, of Mas.
sochasetts, FredTA.TallmadgftjOfNew York,
Peter J. Clark, of New Jersey, Jas. R. Ineer-
Snll, of Pennsylyanja, Alex. H. II. Stewart, of
Virginia, n. w. laoiniwiu, in inuiana, buq
J. rloott Harrison, of Ohio; also eleven Sec-
vtaried. ... ' .
Thn aiinnuncement of the names was re
ceived With applause, and the nominations
w.rs ennnrmaa hv ardaraatioa.
Mr. Hunt returned thanks in a pertinent
Chas. Lnthrop, of Penn., moved to proceed
to ballot ft r a candidate for President. .
lydwftrd Bhippen, of Penn otfered a sub
stitute that eaub State nominate candidate
for President, and the Convention proceed
to ballot, and drop earn candidate naving me
smallest vote on each ballot, till a result is
reached. i . .
' Mr. KandolDb. or N. moved that lion
Lewis Oondict, of K. J, be made an honorary
Vice-President. Carried by acclamation.
Mr. Harris, of Mo., laid he desired an op
portunity to confer with the delegations of
the various btates, and nnd out wno was tne
best man to put forward.
John S. Little, of Penn., advocated the
passage of Mr. Sliippens's resolution.
Mr. Goorsin. of Va.. moved that Hon. J. J,
Crittenden be invited to take a seat upon the
.l.irn.m I u r i il w i t K .nnlkllM
N. 6. Pendleton, of Ohio, was satisfied
they could act more harmoniously if time
was allowed the delegates toconsult together.
He moved that a committee of one from each
State be appointed, to whom each delegation
Indicates its preference, so a to secure unity
of action
Frederick W. Grayson, of Pennsylvania,
thought when be came here, they had a more
important work than the Presidency, they
had to organize a great national party, ana
when it triumphed, he wanted it to do so
upon prinoiple. He did not want to take any
man. no matter what his antecedents, who
did not stand fairly on tne pieuorm 01 recog
nized principles. -
Mr. fconmlia waa ao thorono-hlv imnressed
with the ImDortance of a Dlatform that he
bad prepared uiree, tor tne Democratic, tie
publican, and Constitutional Union parties.
For the harmonious Democracy he would
present the Virginia resolutions' of 1798 and
17U9, with two resolutions on Slavery, one
to keen it out of the Territories, and one to
force Slavery into them, to be adopted under
the previous question, ana no question, asaea
afterward. ' And for the Irrepressible-conflict-philanthropists
he proposed the blue
lawB of Connecticut, with two modifications,
in regard to kissing wives on Sunday ana
burning witches, it being understood that all
the pretty wives might be kissed and all the
old witches burned. (Great laughter.) For
the Constitutional Union party he proposed
the Constitution as it is, and the Union now
and forever. (Grent applause.) -
Mr. Bresler moved an amendment to the
amendment, that the individual delegates
the dinerent delegations be allowed a hand
in the nomination; if a majority of the dele
gation controls the presentation of names the
minority would not be heard.
- Mr. Watson, of Miss, advocated going info
a nomination to-morrow at ten A. M.
Mr. Swain, of Md., seconded the views
the last speaker. If the question of platform
was opened, there was much to be said. He
wanted no other platform in Maryland but
the Constitution and the laws.
The Chair announced that the delegation
from Texas had arrived, and were waiting
tho door. The delegates entered, and were
received with three cheers. '
Gen. Coombs begged leave to introduce
the Chairman of the Texas delegation to the
man with the hair on his face and head. He
had sworn twelve years ago not to have
beard or hair cut tin tienry uiay waa eieciea
rresiacnt. L.augnier ana appiuuee.;
- Mr. Bwitzler, of Mo, said his State wanted
no platform, but would be satisfied with
proper candidate.
C. H. Hopkins, of Go., suggested a platform
of one word, one on which three millions
people could stand, and that was "Houston,"
of Texas, the hero of Ban Jacinto. Ap
plause. He was the man for the crisis, and
one whose life furnished a platform.
Erastus Brooks, of N. did dot propose
to discuBS the merits of candidates or plat
form. He thought the allusions made
afternoon premature and unfortunate. Speak
ing tor tne seventy delegates Irom mew nor,
he desired to say be wanted no platform
the Constitution and that interpreted by
constituted authorities. He trusted
would take such action that neither the ex
tremists of the North or south would be per
mitted to administer the Government.'
Adjourned till 10 A. M, to-morrow.
Illinois Republican Convention.
Decatub, III.. May 9. The Illinois Repub
lican State Convention met here to-day.
John M. Palmer, of Macoupin County,
chosen temporary Chairman.
The list of counties was called, to allow
delegates to answer to their names, instead
appointing a Committee on Credentials.
A uommutee 011 urfraniEanua. was
and the Convention adjourned until
two o'clock.
On re-assembling, the committee reported
Joseph Gillespie, of Madison County, as Pres
ident, with nine Vice Presidents and
The President was conducted to the
and returned thanks in a neat speech. . .
Mr. Lincoln, and the State officers present,
were invited to take seats on the stand.
Messrs. Sweat, Yates and Judd were
put in nomination for Governor.
After several ballots, Richard Yates, .
Morgan County, was declared the choice
the Convention.
Francis A. Hoffman, of Dnpage County.
was nominated for Lieut. Governor, by
clamation. ,
Mr. Yates being called, addressed the vention
at some length, thanking them
the honor conferred, an honor which
greatest statesman of the land' might
Eroud 01. ne wus ror ireeaom wiu uniou.
lous-las. Dred Scott and Squatter
ereignty had gone to that bourne from whence
no traveler returns. We have no trouble
our ranks from the Wabash to the Mississip
pi; from (Jairo to Lihicago. - '
The Republicans are wide awake
already shouting victory. Mr. Yates
ciarea nniiuoii lur .ne uuiiuirec, uu, vaprcenvu
his preferenae fbr Mr. Lincoln. ...
Messrs. Judd and Sweat also responded
calls, and expressed themselves satisfied
the action 01 the Convention. . 1 .
Committees to report delegates for
Chicago Convention; and a platform,
appointed.'! Adjoumea tiu to-morrow. '
Anniversary of the American Tract Society.
-New York, May 9. The anniversary of the
American Tract Society was held to-day,
Hey. Wm. C. . Alexander presiding. 1 The
Treasurers report shows the receipts pf hut
year to be upward ' of $800,000. . Alter read
ing the report Mr. Walcott, of Chicago, moved
a resolution to the effect that the , Society
ought to publish auti-slavery tracts, but an
adjournment was carried without taking a
vote uponit. Thefbllowingpublicationcom
inittee was elected for the ensuing yean
Revs. David Wagee, Wm. R. Williams, Wm.
Adams, fieni. C7 Cutler, Nehemiah Adams
and Thoe. Dervitt. The national position of
the Society was sustained by an overwhelm
ing vote, there 'being but seven dissenting
votes against the Executive Committees re-
port. j . 1 ' ' '" ' ' I "'m'i11 '
Mass Meeting at New Orleans.
"New Orleans, May At a mass meeting
neld to-nignt to denounce tne secession move
ment in the Charleston Convention, it was
resolved to regard as enemies all who attempt
. I .U - U.
ui uruuuue a sousiaiiuu ui .110 izimioo.
,1 1 1 1 11 aa itakkv"
Indicted for Bribery.
New: May
Deputy Marshals, accused of bribery In the
caae of the brk 5(orn AW art in4iU4 and
hsllUbaU for trial,
RKMATK Mr. Davie introduced a bill trt
change the Jurisdiction of the Indian Bu
reaa from the Interior to the War Depart
. Mr. Lane made a personal explanation to
the effect that the statement in the papers
that he was interested to the valne of one
cent in the Oregon war debt bill was
Mr. Hlidell made a similar statement.
The Homestead bill was taken on. and Mr.
Grimes moved to extend its provisions to all
single persons over 31, as well as heads of
famines, ana aavooatea nis amendment.
Mr. ureen opposed ine mn, aa no Home
stead hill at all, and Mr. Johnson, of Ark.,
defended the present bill, aa one of eon-
cession ana compromise, ana tnereiore op
posed Mr. Grimes s motion.
Alter considerable aeoate ine amendment
was rejected, 27 to 28.
Mr Fitch offered an amendment, extending
the present bounty system to soldiers who
have served less than fourteen days. Re
Mr. Green moved to table the bill. Re
jected. Mr. vvaae movea 10 snrmtitate the 110am
bill. Negatived, 26 to 31.
, Mr. Clark moved to strike ent the eleventh
section for the oession of those lands remain
ing unsold, after thirty-five years, to the
States in which they are situated. Rejected,
7 to 48.
. Mr. Rice moved to amend the same section
to read five, instead of thirty-five years. Mot
Mr. Clay moved to make it twenty-five .
years. . , - , .
.. Mr. Hammond moved to adjourn.
Mr. Clay motioned his amendment to '
thirty years, and it was adopted 27 to 26.
The. discussion continued on various
amendments, and several motions to adjourn
were voted down.
Mr. Rice offered an amendment extending
the operation of the bill to lands not subject
to private entry. Adopted.
Mr. Lane moved to postpone the bill to the
first Monday in June, and have the amend
ments printed, so Senators could understand
Mr. Wade said there must be an end of all
things, and be hoped this bill would be fin
ished to-night.
Several motions were voted down by the
friends of the bill, and at seven o'clock the
bill was reported to the Senate. Further
debate without action on the bill. Adjourned.
HOUSE Mr. Dunn ineffectually asked
leave to introduce a resolution instructing
the Committee on Foreign Affairs, to inquire
into the practicability aud expediency of ob
taining a location on some part of this con
tinent or adjacent islands, for the free negroes
of the united states, nnaer tne protection 01
this Government.
The House went Into Committee on the
Tariff bill.
Mr. Vallandigham's amendment fixing tha
duty on Flaxseed and Linseed at 20 per cent,
was agreed to 71 against 5L
Mr. Phelps's amendment to make salt free
was rejected.
A debate of grent length followed. The
original bill having been through and
Mr. Foster offered an additional section,
authorizing the President to terminate the
reciprocity treaty of 1854. Rejected.
Mr. Florence proposed his substitute for the
bill, but tho Chair decided it out of order.
Mr. Barksdale proposed to revive the act of
Mr. Sherman proposed the Committee re
port to the House, and a vote be first taken on
all the substitutes.
Mr. Branch objected.
Alleged Outrage on an American Vessel.
Boston. May 9. The brir L. W. Dodae.
from Sierra Leone March 28, reports that the
brig Geo. W. Jonee, from Salem, was seized
on the 1 5th of February, on Rio Congo River,
by the British frigate Argonant, as a slaver.
She was half loaded with hides and ground
nuts. Her Doners were shown the Lieuten
ant seizing her, who pronounced them fraud- -ulent.
The British Commodore sent the)
brig back after seeing her papers.
From Leavenworth.
Leavenworth, May 9. The report from
Denver City in regard to the massacre of
Green Russell's party on Smoky Hill Fork hf
not credited in this city. Mr. Russell's party,
of thirty-four men were well armed and pro
visioned, and it is thought that they could
not have yet reached the Indian country, ass
he expected to take fifty days for the trip.
Mr. Russell and party were employed by the
Council of this city, to explore the above
route to the gold regions, and left on the 3d
of April. .
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
SpRiKomxLD, Mo, May 9. The Overland
Mail from San Francisco, April 20, baa ar
rived, the California news being anticipated
by the Pony Express.
The Indians are very troublesome on the
frontiers of Texas, and five companies of rifles'
have been ordered against the Kiowas and
From Cleveland.
Cleveland, May 9. In the V. 8. District
Court, on the 8th Inst, Kimberly m. Weaver
and others, perpetual Injunction was granted
against the defendants for producing Th
Octoroon and judgment for $1,000 and costs. .
Miss Kimberly has brought suit against Mrs. '
Barrow. W. Clark Washlnarton. and others.
1 anj pr0Ceedings for Injunction will take
I Pi"6 befo Judge Curtis, of Boston.
River News.
"Sr. Lodis, May 9 P. M. River stationery.
Falling at Dubuque, and rising slowly at
Burlington. The Illinois and Missouri are
falling. A very heavy rain fell here yes
terday, since which the weather has been
cool and comfortable.
The Japanese Embassy.
New York, May 9. The frigate Roanoke
was signalled just before sunset, with the
Japanese Embassy on board.
From New Orleans.
New Orleans. May 8. The steamshiD
Arizona has arrived from Brazos on the 4th,
with $12,000 in specie. News unimportant.
New York Market.
New York. May 9 P.M. Flour ouiet and
prices without material chance, with only triBius
export deuiaml, but we aotioelalr speculative inquiry
at insiue nuotauoaa r etate aupernn. and .xtra:
sales of 7,0011 bris. at 3 3.W. 40 fur superttue Slate;
t: tuaA M Tur extra State; Hi 33aJ 40 fur auparflue
Western; is VmA aft for coinmua to medium extra
Western! f. lose '4f for ahippiug brand, of .xtra
rouad-hoop Ohio; market clusiiuj qnlst. Canadian
Klour quiet and prices without materia chaiure:
seine of Ms) brls. ai SA et? AO ftr eojumoQ to choTc
extra. Rye flour oontinues steady, with modsral
sale, at l3eOa4Zll fur common to choice .up.rtlu..
Cora Moal ia fair raqueat: salss of A0U Oris, llraudy- -win.
at S4. .
Whisky has again ad van owl: salss of 400 brls. at
13 So.
1 Wheat Th. advaao. In freights has eaecke4 the
export demand, and th. market rules ia tavor of th
buyers: sale, of 3.UU0 bushels sood MUw.uk I. Oluh
at Si SO; 111,00s bushels fu"l 1'hleaco spring ' 1
X7W; l.ltfl bushels white Western at I
.i uu. nn 1
Barley dull and heavj: l,4uo bushels fair gut.
changed h.nds at w. Barter ti.lt quiet: l,iwo
bushels wild at loo.- Corn lu moderate asiuand fur
fair BUDDiv ana ami: eeivs ui i,wu ihsuuj eieaeaba.
.port and hume uxnsuuiptlon, and Prices are with-
tl atneiuf ciiauae; ou me spot western mixed
le. arm. hat caa be booa-ht cheeper to arrive next
week: aales ut Su.ouu biisb.l. at 71a;ag, for mixed
Western, Inclndlns S.fsHi very choice at 7Ve.: whlb
hurt hern at Mm.) yellow do. at a?aeoe., and 8rA.6c.
for white SeatUern. Oat. Use eutive, moderate sales .
ar. reported at 42?a42c. fur Western, Caa-da aud
bute; sonie holder, of th. Utter refuse to accept leas
than 4StM4e. 1 ' .
fork tiiuwi for mess aad dull and heavy for prima: ,
euluCf.ttll brls attl7olal4 fur ue mess; 1140 fbr
uld Bias.; SI77A lor thin mess; 914 IS lor tssw prims; -IIS
p tur old. including T.oui brls. new mesa at lis.
Bm-f quiet and unchanged: sales -Uo brls. at $4a4 M
fur oouiitry prime; $.'. fti fur do. mess; 97 7.1.10 30 for
repacked mess; Small tsfur sxtra mess. Prims Meee
Beeniulet and anuliaased at finals. Hear Ham.
..I ii..(...i.ba1. .until smIm. at S12 &Ual5 AO lur I
and unchanged: soisll sales at S II 6Ual5 JO lor Dial,
wi.r.. Dot Heats dull: aalea 10(1 Dkxa. at s
and Western. Out sleets dull: aaie. ISO pkas. at t
avHe. for Xiams, and clioie. .too.; s47,o. for 1
bhouldsse. Bacon dull aid numlnalir unchanged.
Lrd oiarksl very nriu: eaie. pass, as nan ho.
Utitter aaehaaa-ed at vetee. fer.ld Ohio aud Btate.
aud ItsUUe. for new Blase, Cheese dull M .alio. Sec
iliierior to prime
ijone. urn uu qaisi, auu w. Mara
ouly or sales oi iov Daas a, lum new.
from UutM by the liusker Ulty aaa atr.ugtb.ned th.
Utr Huumt. but thai. 1. very
sales 400 hlid,,, cliivriy Cuba, al Sa-lsc
oui ism ws very ut'W
i' M, I
1 -uf
' :S
New York Cattle Market.
" Nkw YoEK, May 9. Beef heavy; market
Hull: rpc.li t.. 4.IWI: Interne at aSa74c: ordlosry at
Wiv'-.i Sratnal .MntO'dc, waiup and Lsmlw nrm.r)
dnmsnd.tfuUpiiotei rasalau, MOOi twins .tasdft .a
Ktv'tci Sratnat .linto'dc, waiup a.sf Lambs flrm.r)
sevevesi vis

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