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" WANT,",,'' FOR BALK," ."KOR KENT." Mknv' ArovNtv' "BoXRimtrt." o.-d- Vertlaotnente coming rmder these headings, not ex I eearflng lift line., will be1 Inserted twice for BS sonta -CIIAMBKIIMAII)- -Apply et Mud-myl5-lf wton Mouse, rovmgton, Kjr. YV"A',T',:,,"-'"X; OIBLfl-To Isistc cpata and F ; vi-iiTi- a me-niu. Atsn.affid button. tw.l- , Werner, at 1 M4 llopk 111 troct. " niyl5.b VTANTKI-TW BOY Ifrvrri rmiftnAif tn nr. T teen years of age Apply at th. ulaaa Works, Winston, Ky., , '. ' . ' ffiyl-Vh "V-NTK,,-(),,A1li,l'''"MA!I-"'" "ho nan v eom well recommended. None others heed rplf. full at 184 Ptum-stiwt, coram ol Fifth.; , , ; Vxi . ylMl t ilirANTItD-WOBK IN THK OOUNTHY-Ily ., a goiallonrneyninn house-painter. Reference g,iven, Jf required. Adilreas NEMON, at this office. ni)'lA-bj LJ. WANTKI-1BoAltniN-A short dlstArtco from the city, for ft mnrriod Itvlr, without r.imlly.rlthpr hi Ohio or Ksiitiiokr. Adrlrws 11., f caMirrrnMOtttc,flbit1tutfrnw J myl.vb - 'J.ilV"4ftTEn-nmM8-Br ft imrnil Ismily, two lT I . wctl-wniH. ti.tlnrtroin nd kitchen inr w tif lttr), mrtly fi.riiit.Uwl. Wost-Knd rrrfcfrtxl Vnim Ofttc. ... myV.h WAVTKD HITI'ATIONI-S Two yonn ,lU woM xitimtion. iu more, or to work on Mn Un. Ilitvo tml vxp-frtrpro In both. Addre-is , ' JKILKtPx 984, Pwt-onu-g. . mrlM V'AN'''KIA BHK-GIRL To tnk4 re of wW.lt S'tai.H Oil, 1(1. 1'rtitfiatiiiit tiiwfarrnti. Annlv nt Ilnrth-wcMt corner Fourth tind flroatmiiw. third Wir.liiwm No. 1. ' . .. . tuyirv-b WANTKD JCCONOr. T1IR KAHY (1TIAT1 (r OI.T1 A(iF UNOMY You n.y mtd somsthlnff, nud g't tNiimlly gmnl work, by BiitrtinlK.nc Ninth a rid Main. Vrlvrm fmid tn Oflnt tin. Turd. Avoid tho afternoon crowd, by gulnff In tho nxuiilng. mylft-a WAXTK0-A pwrty with from $fl.io to 7,noo To tko cliitrfm of tli tiiiAtictnl dppnrtmrnt, In a mMinturturiiifl buMnens, whor the nrofltt are inrffc, ri'niriift qutcK niMi u re, nnd the bunlr bio of very Kreat exteiittiou. Aildrew Box ti.t (Vm- UlCrCUU IMIK O. mylVh WANTKII SITUATION By yonnn man, who iMlortnnd(i Book-km'ptnit, can write KHa Imtid, and cn com well recommended. In willina to nmko hinirwlf n' rally tuelul. Adilrnei JV.N.,JrowOflk-e4 - .... .. myA-b WANTKD-TO BK HOKNE IS MIND By tHo p'(iltln of Covliwton, that they can hare I'ic ttHT fi iwnod in the Iwnt iitannpr, in all tttyloa. at tho Aitction Suro, in Magnolia Building. juyK.-b . t JAMK8 OAFFBKVV WANTRnA HITPATION By a youiiR mnf. f tied man, to nncnmmn or alilppinfr-cliM-k In 4vho1iftalo or retail Urwry-Btorp, or any ntbor. II tin Iwnlflvo yenrs' vxpnrlctico. AUdrow J. U. II.. Pri'KH ''A-? ; ,j . ' , -. ' - v myift-b WANtKI-8ITUATI0N-By a yonng mTmad, bi do chmnberwark and nurning, in a privAtr family Would go to tho country, if nect'8ary. Ad drtMs M. N., at thin oHlre. njyl.VbB WA NTK D V KST - B AHTR11B Twolvo good oticn, at Kreetimn-ntrcet, third dooi"nonth ol Liberty., fiotic but comnntnt hands need apply. WANTKD YOUR CHILD'S LIKENESS child in tho hrightMMt ray In tho Biitvhine of p.mnt'n heart. Ornament Jour parlor with hltt 1'lc lura, richly colortnl, in a large gilt frame, for SI, nt JOHNSON'S Onllury, Ninlh and Kaiu. Small liku iieiHiw tii Winn. i.iyl3-a WANTKO ORKAT BABOATN TO BR HAD--I wImIi tpxehange (Vntml Railroad UondMof v im nindH in ilhno.n, Iowa or Slintroiirl, Tor a gixnl lino. a in mil V llni-ftP. Itm knwitv (?nrrlnf?n. or Buggy. Apply nt tho rvaldrnco of Dr. CURTIS. 87 i;iint Thirdtroi t, CinelnnHtl, 0. WANTED-TWO CARPKNTKR8 t tlintcly Apply opposite Ferry -street Lauding,' Iti Lndlnw, Keiitiic XT, it. To good mcclianirR, go Lmylfi.bJ C. B. NEWTON. wagon will be pHid. WANTED Men necking el t notions as clerkn, iileetncn. book-kccncni. luir-kpeDern. nortora. eoupera, mechanlCH, lnbororn, and other, Hliould ap ply tit the Merchants' Uh'rkH RcgiBtry Offlco, No jtfiM wainnt-Htreef. myi3-i HALE ft CO, WANTED A GERMAN BOY Ktotn fifteen eightoeu yi-nrs of ago, an AMiMtnut har-keeier niio waiter on mine, ana it uioko hirimcii generally tine Till. To ono that can coni well recommended, permanent homo nnd good wage will be given. Call nt tho Ob an JloU'l, QnriH'r of Central-avenue and 1VANTKI)-A OOOD COOK-Ono who under. utandi .her blittilieiw, .f Apply At No. 2ltH rttfh -at rH.'' niylM ItTANTKD-TO It KN T One or t wo rootnx. fur T ninlied or miriirhiahod, with bfNirtL One 4wo'9!ntlenieft can nlxo havu day board. Apply 178 Kltn-streot, near Fourth. iny H-ii- "TArtTKD-,A Inrge numher of orders liayo v oeen n it n 'AO, i onrtn-rttnwi iiueUigei (Mti.T, for gotid relitthk' li male help, filrlx who w gHid places would do well to call early on Morii morning. - ' - ', ' wal-fc WANTED A YOUNG MAX With .w to 8l0l ready canh, to tke an intrruHt nud ttrjnit in ploosautaml moirey-maklug bun i new, tliat will pay h profit of Srtti nor mouth. Apply to Mr. H.j ivaii 6 iiuu.1, UtS urondwny, corner oi emconu. tmyJ4-b' lirANTHD-AN AGENT For this cltv. toaell TT one ol' the biwtt Mbuttleor lock-Htltch aewlng nuu'iiiuus uvcr.oncreu ui mo puiuic For varticu Inr, apply to or addre.i !! W. C. YKL1K, 58 Weit TiHirth-ntrant, accuud Hoor. N. B, Alw, Agents Traim-u in au in oouiiurn aim w fa tern amies, .,, ., . ' , . jmyu-f j - 1.VANTED TO RENT A Cottago of thrao tour rooms, in good order, at aboiit Super hiontn. A pitying tenant aud gixMt refurouoos. Ad druHrt X. Y. L. at thU offlco, i - . myll-d FOR SALE. fliiOIl WAI.E A Fnrm of seVenty-nino acres, JC Warreu County, Ohio, two miles naat of Fontor's TD(j(,inrt of the Little MianiJ Railroad. A plank aide-walk i niade froin the railroad nearly to twrm.' It in near the village of Miamivil e. and twen ty-eight milee from Cincinnati. Nixty-tWe acres iiinier cultivation, balance in timber, well wuiercn ana loricen; irmne ooiute oi nve rooms, aman orcnara. tT,, win nun ii tor ff.vi pwt PQrv, uuuuni vuoji nm balance in one and two yeurs. A liSO Several other FariiiH in this and the adioln lug onunties iu Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, several on tho line of railroad, 1 ALSO Brick-uouHe, in excellent order, gas, Ac, A Urfek-homm. ef sven roonia, and a Frame tluoe rooms, u soittii mae or jourt-ntroet, oetween Linn and Huymilluri lot 24 by U2 feot deep to alley, for 9.1,21a). K three-story firlek-lionse of twelve rooms, and 2-" by I3ii feot, on north side of Mlltou-stroet, near 3laiiHfield, for 9S,0wh-one-third down.: , A three-story Brick-house, of ten rooms, ott north Flduuf HopkliiH-Htrcet, U'tween Linn and Bayaillkr; lot in 25 by UN) feet. Pit $2.) otie-ilfth down, bul HitfM in linn. twn.-tUroH &im1 four vennt. - A two-niory Brick, of Huven nuoii) dn north side l ork-tttreet, laaweun itaymiuer ana f roeniant is oy It"'. " hi ue soiu mw. Two Frame Cottages and lots, on south side of Pop-lar-tttrot t, tietwoen Dndley aud Bayuiiller, forftl,4UU each. Will be sold together or separately, t4Hiilt. ALSO A great variety of vacant lots for niauufac turlng purposes, warehouse and dwelling, lit Urn aillcront parts of the city soma excellent I . ..; A LSO A number of Mortgages on city property, from 81,000 to y J having one to four years to (, AMU HI? A. SARGKNT, " No. Apollo Buildings, juy!3 -c Corner of Filth oi WalnuUBtO'et. ITOIt NA1.K A smull Bnglne, Boller-Fnn, polo, tipae, Ac, all in complete running order, at a great bargftluT Can be non In operatluu utth Novalty IrouVouadrys 333 Foiirth-tieeW P-ff y ADAiiiS, rECKOVER A CO. WTIrtlt MAT.KA ffuod Brick DwoUlng-honse. Ml 08, north side of Seveuth-Htret't, between Vino and ltaco. ltcontuina Biao. room elite hall, icaa, cloeetdi Ac. -Uwuit-a at tne neniinary, no. n, apai-n juMi.rii tmiiiiuM. I '"' IIWM SAT.1!-NKWPX)T LOTS Ton veryde . ainiklc Building liote, on rattiaon, fiowell, the iiolxliboiiiia atreeu, 'tt by hai reeteuch. Inquire lit the t'ity r.tNai.nKcr Uailrooil OHlco. ap2ecw BOARDING. l! Tf OAR DING- -A tileasant front room, MM boiiru, lur e i gentleman and wife, or throe single ueutlemen. Anoly at 77 George-street, second from l'lnni, myl5-o OAKIIN4J Throe or four gentlemen can pleHsaitt rooms, with board, on moderate terms, by applying at No. jtt; Jj.at Tuird-stroet. between Pike and Butlcr-trcot , mpi5-b nOAIt lINi 8vral gentlemen on becccnm inodsted with tttctt-clifs hoard aud superior i-oeina, by applying soon at IM'l Flutn -street; geutle inwu 'Coming as iwirttters willle preferred. Kufer encits givt'n and taken, and uouo who cannot such need apply ' .r . niyto-b KOARDINt!-D('sirable rooms for single gentle, men, or xnltemen with their wives, with board, can boliai by, applying at fc'o. 16ft Long- wurth-streel. FOR RENT. TjWIt H BNT ROOMS Throo dentrablo rooms M? fur rent, ou Central-uveinie, No. iilil, betwoeu Lmtg worth and ftlxth. AU modorn Tiu prove ouuecled with tltotu. myio-u "WnOH, H-BNT KOttMft Large and airy, aultnblo .' tor luiuilius pr singiu Kuniiemeu at No. bi oud way. mylo-b .fklt UHMT-(Inn endup and two Hoora. 2H mi. ive. do nan i'j r roai..irae(.. vetweea r.lui, ciioin fiaun ue fothJh myia-U J.g. POLLOtlK. FOUND. TKMHINn MOIKf-A avni-bf money waa Jbj .mi fc'ridny laat on Kroiit.atret, between and Hlono. The owner can have the aeniv bv proving the notce, at.o. 03 Hlllatravt. ' W at. tt I API , : i a . 'liayliwl.; 7 H'" w-lni!Vll 'fWO 'f!0W8- ono whita .and n J IL- ,,Lli.r ' wait, iialil red. The owner tnive tlicni by ciillins at tlie nirth Ward on Waier-atroet, betweeu Klu aud l'lum, iwyluscbaigea, inajuu" AUCTION SALES. t a , a A a a to a or at a at or In are A FrTION R-BT O. J. W. MiTH.- i wentr-eli Lnta I In JMOQ HAfflfM-f snMivlslni. AH tl.MltA . I tl - U k. I, 11 .t. Street, on TllllltHnAT AI'VkKNOON. Mav 17. IWiO. at 3 o'clock. Will be aoM at Public A nrtk n, on the premlaes, Twenty-six heantiftil Building Lots, in tftn northern part of the city, and situated on the Ilanill-1 tnn-rtad. near the Mnhawk-bridirA. and being on Brown. Mobnwk and toethe-streets. Thi Iots are from W to auret front, and fr.nn THi to Va fjet. deep, and will be sold to thA hlgbr.t bidders. Tills "-J feet. Terms of Sale One-fourth, raith; batinco In one, two and thrm yean, with six per cnt. Interest, secured by mortgage. The plat or the property cau be aeen at tny ontce. i O. J. W. SMITH. Anctlmtear, jmylft No. a'il Vine-street. a i rrinN hai.m-by o. .t. W. smith. Pas. . tire Hnle of Twenty Lots. In Hedamivllle, Storrs Township, on Ten Years' rrwiir-t or on rernetnai lienor n iiiq. will ne om at runnu jiiiiii, wu on I'UIIAV AVTl KNOllV. Mtv ttt. 1WW. nt 8 o'rlotk. on tho premises, Twenty heantirnt Building Lots, In Sedamnvllle, Htorrs Township, the Lots being from 2A to .Hi feet front, by M to ln feet deep, and situated nn NadnnuitrMt.Miil I)thl-nntl Iiirttifltrv Titrnnike- nsutw j Thi Is splendid opportunity to get a Home cheap and convenient to lite city, In a flouriahlng town. Omnibuses running rtmstantly to the city, and in a short time a strowt-rullroad will bo bUt to the property, tiiw penecr. sale positive. Umfti bnses will leave the corner nrSlxth aud Viue, at two oVlock, to convey persons to and from tho saIt, free Of charg. C. J. W. SMITH. Auctioneer. my in : No. ; Vine-street. A ITCTION HALE BY THOMAS JOHNSTON, x In Hales-roonis Mo, 0.1 Main-street, nrxl to Trust Company Bulk. Lnrgo. poMtlvo sale Of Spring nnd "Summer Dry Ooodn nt Auction. TrKHDAY MiiKNINtt. May I-V, commencing at half-post nine O'clock. Will le wolil Wff hoiit fPiin-i. 4Mi lot nf. vrv desirable Spring and SrtmmerDry Goods, comprising tha largest and best assortment offered this suasou, ami wi n Hnnieu (ociiyniui country saics. aijou i.arge stock or ten hraiuis or nrinrs. aen- mnf apron checks, pant stuff, tickings, bleached and brown muslins, flue jenns, Ac. ALSO Largo. Invoice of line oasslmeres. cloths, coming , saniieis. nnen (iriiiingri. piuiu urown lin ens, and othor Merchant Tailors' and Clothiers' AiiSO Rich ilress foods, fine shawl, duster, nnr- Mmrir, nun IMI in II Wllllf DINMp, o. ALSOM'ase Panama and straw hats, soft hats, tvips, women M misse s and children s shoes, men s and boys boots, shoes and brogans, gaiters, slippers, av. mi i.) iiiu.urto iuiiiiriwn. Auciionoer. A ITfTTfON AI,R-BY JAtTOB GRATV A CO. iV Thirty -six Lots in H. K. Llndtey'a HubdiTislon lie auciiun'on WEDNESDAY MORNING. Mny 1ft, HIVU ClOTK, on II sey's subdivision on the premises. 31 lots in H. K. Ijlnd-J s suuutvision ot lo fbur stittttres from 1 if lots In Newport, Ky. . These lots1 tho nverk nnd located on Mad-' soh. ('attot. Innbcllannd Lewis-HtmetN. aad .rifi'iim 20 ) W feet front. by ll to bV feet deep U alleys. a iinu ime ioi, n uy 3Hi ner, in JUayo s AUiJitlon. Terms of sale )ne.fimrth en)ii ImlnneM Hi (m. two and three years, with six per cent, interest, se- curea uy won gage. Tine periect ami sale ptmittve. tiau'D uiiAFr, Auctioneer, myl No. JH Kast Fourth -street. A 1TCT10N 8AI-E- Br O. J W. RMtTlI-Gnat i amhi ol liirU in t lie Western 1'nrt nf tlm v. in A. jJonnersuergeT a BiitMiivislnn. on Hudd and Do liernberizer-streets. between (!nrr nnd Harriet nnd Aigutn-siroet, and Hamilton and Dayton Railroad. villi ik) sold at public a notion on TUESDAY AF TERNOON, May !. IHftO, at 3 o'clock, on the prem ises. Kevenicou oeautii u o u in ua iota in asuiiuiviR- Inn made by A. Donnersborger, between Car r and narrict-streots and Kighth-ntreut and Hiimtltonand DilVton Railroad. The Intii front frmn 'Jo tn M bi front on Budd and DoimerHbergor-streeta, by 81 to Those are some Of the heat lnta that hnvn hfwm nf. fered this season, and are adjoining St. Ant bony" Church, which Is now being built. Title perfect. Sale positive. , - Terms oi sale cosii on each lot. Tha balance u six vears irom januarv i. intii. wuh six mr rmnt. imvrvn per auuuiu. i iUi j.- vt . ojuu n a net i oncer, ( myll ' . -i ! , No.il Vlne-strect. a ITCTION HAI.K-HY JAOOB OI1AFK OO. Fourtuuil l.titH ill Wrlvht'a Aildihnn to WnHt Covington, Ky. Will ho aold at auction on Tt'KH- I'AI A TKltNOt'N, May tfl, Iflrti, at lii oVJock, on tho pri'mlxe, in Wmt I'ovliiKton, Ky., jimt 1'ii. k of wnitonaii. ioce nor. in. as. .. a7. as. ai. .o. 43. .t. 4.1, 47, 4, 4!l and no, belhlr (Mich AO tl et front by M aei p. nniieiiaii ia ac tne rinn-atrt'ot rerry Lain! urn in K .nTuruv . Tenm of H.ln-OnA.tlilrd ra.1i. iMtlani.. 1n ml. Wnil two yenra, wltli alx tr cntt. Interest, aoenred by nioriKtiKo uu iuo preniitioe. l ine gooa anil aitle poa- invw. dAwn unnFF, AUCliniU'i'r, myS io. J8 Kiut Fourth-Blroet. A ITCTION SALB-BT IITOKM AN MIl'M,, miM-Ki r.n.Hie niiciiuni'iTB, iiii'rciiaiiiN r.xcnilllKC. Valnobli. K'inrtli.atri'et (Jorner I'mpurty at Auction. On WKDNKMBAY W0KNIHO, M.iy 16, 1S60, at II o'clock, will be aold at enblio auction, on tlie mmi. laea, tbat valuable corner, known aa tho north. went corner of Fourth anil John-atreeta, beliia; 2li feet irimi on .iiunu-Kinwi, nnu runninK norm on ,ionn. atreet ll feet. Thero la a lartro threo-arorv brick or the roar part of the lot, nearly new, anil baa all the niixlern improvement., nnd will rent fur Mi0 per annumleaving room onnnirh on the lot on Kourih. atroct to builit either a line realdence ; or Woiilil be wen allium lor uuaiiioaa piirnoaoa. J thia part of tlie lota larae anil com There la no on nfortablo tranie dwellinir: nmler nmt at ft:Kio ner anniini .. Teiina of rial. $ti)iio caali, bulunce in'oue ami twq AUCTION HAI.K-BY COOPEK 8TOKB8.-Auction-rooma No. 14 Kaat Foilrth-atreet. aiiovine lMita.ii.lniT B. P.- Htmrnan's anbdtvlalon ten yearn' credit, on WKDNKHDA Y M(lllMNI), May IS, left), at nme o'clock, on the premlef., Tba following la a ileacriptlon of tlie lota to be aold : - 11 T..ita nn HhiwnutM.1 nnnmll. Ih. Hrltrn.nn noma), from 2 to Au feet front, and from 9 to 171 feet -VV ...- m . v. an f..h-,Jk.i leet ileep. 10 Lots oii Valley-street, from 41 to 00 feet front bv 17u feet deep. 3 Lots on Western-avenue, from 80 to 106 feot front by about 150 feot deep, fi I.nts on BriitiH-Htreet. between - ii?7Jiff-avenun and Htraight 'Street, from lUu to tM fuel trout by 170 4 Lots oft marshal-avenue,' batmen lUddle and HperKtr-etrbts, each HW. fcet ffoui by 17 lout 1 inxh from w to loo fea front-by i3a feet deep. - Tormsof sale-Oue-tepth earthy Liiianco in one, two. irec. four. flvo. stx. seven, oitrbt and nine euual payments, with sis per cent. InteroMt annually, ho- ourwl by mortgage on the property. Titlo perfect. Kvery Lot offt red will bu puMftively sold, without "Sti-'TlSM Palmer oii rildk-.trWoen B, B. rielda anil Jtotherta' Uarilwi, will ahow tlie lota any afternoon, previona to the aale, from two to aix nVli-wlr Also, rints with dlrsotlons of tlie Lota can bo had at the Brighton House, any murniug, from nine iwoive u ciock Persons w Ishlnir to attend tho sale will meet at the Brighton Housu at uiuo o'clock A.1 M.,aa the sale win commence wttn the lots ou Flats of the property can be balof commence with the lots ou Urow no-street. roperty can Da liaxtot i ' COOri-li 4 TOK3. Auctluntera, my a of an lot of lot - all No. and i with door ob tiiin give good by nmvm fbnitil mill blaek aatt Ket'd Bture, and K A N D S 6 C I AI. PICNIC, TO lie given a AXtliOR GUIOXTH, Wednesday, Way 1, 1800. Z faiuaiTTME or aaaiNa'ssraMTfl. k fc A. K, Joneai Vr'm. Uatca. John McDonnell. Wm. . Jilulthv , KelaouCi. ByU. , miiiB ANtoKaii.i i Prof, flhank: - Vrpil. O. Jonua. 8amnel D ewia A. Uraltev John 11. Alorria. 'Thoma. WUtey J Kaiiiiicl Mel !iinn. .Iiihn Thuiiiua. Krttd. Pieraon. Wm. taATKri. Aaaia't O'f. NKI.SON C. BOYD. Chief. rrt. warwooa-a isaiul will ue in aiMiinance. xo. ateamertbampton No.8liaabei.il enuuged.and will ave the foot of Walnut-atreot at 7 11 o clock A. si.; ewj .wport at S o'elocli, and tlovington at o'clock L'lCKKTS. AlAilinlltliiK lady and geutlemeu,'' DONt fOHOBT TUB BABK1)T. Tl (mys-deodj , A lmTT7lTriT A T T,T7T?fFTT Xvlli.H Xvlilli i.lJJJ..J, '. . v .. .,-'''. r IrnraKKTKir with me wrrtiiFirr r. v Tllki KIIUTS, Seta of Teeth Bilvor ae low aa 91 pet tooth. All onerationa guar. auteed aB'repreeouteu, J. n. www, jfenuai, WNOLISU HARDWARE PAPKtt.-Wo M2A urn mile AsitiitM for the beat Kniclish Hardware J'aper, aud have ou hand a full assortment of regular Bies aim weignw, to wnicn wo mvue live attention ot Uurdwave JJeawrs, Xiruggists. o. . . rAm it i ii i a 1 1 i i ij i". myn . If and Tt Wain ul -street. TfcTN(HVEIlFI AT IaABT-THB CI1ART MJ OF l.irK, or The Truo Thoory of Kt protluc tiunat rhiasure, r Preventing it uconrdlng to Kntablished Laws of Nature, Thiwe wanting chil dren and those not wishing them will And this book meet their wishes exactly. 1 No medicine to use. Perfectly heaVthy in all ivspeots. Hrnt to any part oi tne uu lieu odtun un receipt oi 91. , Aourcss VAiv in, doi Lif iincinnati, yniu. , myii-ti i LANE & B0D1EY. ' , ' MANVracraiRS or i W00D-W01tKIN0MA.ClipEBT.f J AND CmfcltliAR 8AW-MIMi. f " Comer o John mi WaUr-UrtrU, aaeaaaoM, Oaie, No. II West Foarlk-atreet. AWXS AWU0ffi nuverwareana lllamonaa. . J ALXO-A an. auaortiuratof Plated Tea Beta Uutlery aud Upara-gtaeeea. ' I -,' Cigars' and Totaoooi WK1IAVK UN HAND AINU AK.K ;n BTANTLY receiving Citiara, Ac, equalled la uuallty by none la the eity. Vor aale by i ; Bonth-weat coraer I'enti.l.avoau. and tlghth.t't , ; i lapaui i ,, . rwt rr it k 1 8 H PR0NB8.-JIWT Rf -aL ui,l VKD, . caaka, new ; very aoft and ulou abowlng. ror sale, wmuicw."' iim roian, oy S6 and anca Weat ronittit. I ON DON CLtlti MA IT OB, A liKIVKD, S groaa l.uiiilou Ol JIIMT It tfruaa l.iinuou UillD n.m,.. h--,r aue,(wtwiiMiaie ana retail, uy ;'.'' ' ,1 ;. i A. M'iDONALD 4 fH -3 mrl. I l M and Branch UVit Want g.mrthj.1! -u uaieaaiocua A. A. t'OLTKR. aiyU 31B aud 3'iUlalu-atreet. MAY 19 WANTS—WANTS. J 1 1 4 H wn want a house, adwrttte lij the DAILY Vff i ? t . . i v n ( fl 9 t- I t v 9 XCroi wan iiervaifi.avrrtist Ifl tae DAILY a; xt t r If fou want ft iltn.tlon, .drcrtlno In tho daily rnitss. If yoa k, loi( nythlni. adyprtin III the DA'tT PKSd. In IWr.it ,ym-y want iiipplled.Jiy ftdyrtlvtnf( lntliAir,Y rUKHSI. . ,." ArtTprtinMnii put exccrfllliR fly, llnnii In longtlii inHH(l In tfi Wnntal ' column twice for TWNTT-HVK CKNT8. '-i ... . POSTOFFICE BULLETIN. Rakt Mail. ArrlVra 3ilS0 A. M. sad 4i40 1'. M. elmnt ol 1 A. M. ant 8 V. M. . DALTIIinniV WAHntKOTOM AIlD VnlBLIWO. Ar rlyoa nt jliltV A. M.; rtoMW t 8 P. W. St. ham am, Ixrmaviu.1. Arrtrra at 11A.M. lid 1 0 P. M.I clom at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M. v.tiuvAM anb NoaTa.wm.-"4niv at 11 A. M. and 10 P. M.; nmw at 1 A. n. and 4 I . iU City News. jfe" Tlie Daily' Fbhsh. to be "liaxl evcty morning Rt the counting-room, l'rice ono cent. - l Oninrn for. th Daii.t PKimst-Mrom ftny part of Uie citif reft Itt onr ennnting- ruuin, will meet wun prunifiv niicuiiun. Tiiahis. We ar dnlv rilapcl undor nlilt- gntion to the Adnmn Exjirciw Company, for files of Eastern, Western and Southern papers in aarancc ot tne mans. ,, ,.! , ! MrtkouoijOoioal Obsebtations By Henry oyiw. " ' Baromnrr. 7 A. Sl.MHMM....M.M..uJU. I I 19 M W.12 , Above Bern- IV Above oro 77 Above oro 7ji LlTTKU DPTAINKD TOR WANT OF POSTAQE. . Kins, Milan, Ohio. " ' I'binoii. I t'ulvtr, liiomiiiR, IU. Kiuma Wiblon. Cotllo. I.A. . ' May 14. , ; f . WCIKOr, nt. JjOHI., BIO, Mlw Kllzabeth (Ullldi, HVW York City. 1 Miaa SiilUe J. Ulll, Bt. JLoilia, Mo. I i " i -TIIACTlNIi on the nr. v . . and Rkai. Estatk at Auotioh. At thrceo'clock this afternoon J. Gruff Co. sell sixteen lota, "(n Wright's addition to West Covington, Kyj See advertisement. .i r ( What it Costs to Strikb a . Woman. Enuobcrt Keible, who wns. arrested Just but- urduy, for an assimlt upon a young girt nninea rrnneis Aimer, wns yestcruny linea twenty dollars and .costs by Justice Harris. Meeting op thk 'Natiomai. Ahtillery. The members ofitbe National Artillery will hold a netting m1v at their arniorv corner of Longworth and Race, for the purpose of electing otnaera. . xno Tmiis will opon at vyj a. XL. ana close at a v. si. .. ,'i .. Il l'- ,i ' Prockkdinos of tub County Commission ers. At the regular diurnal session of the County Commissioners, held yesterday morn- Incr. but ono order, wns nassed. which amounted (o $2M 51, paid to George Fries for pay-roll ot new jail., ro other bnsiuess ot note was transncica. . J. , Man Severely Injured, by a Fall. A man -named Gottfreid Deichman, reaidinjr in the. Seventeenth W.ard,. and engiiged in a iiiuiimr-vuru, ycsivipnj muruiiifr ucciueiiiiiu fell .from a pile of boards aud fractured his riirht arm. and several of his ribtf. His in- juries are quite painful, although not of such , natu M t0 renaer tnem a duKuroug. )ilicers Jones and Grotran Testertlatv arrested man named Thomas Ryan, upon a charge of stealing a vaiuaDie set ot Durness Horn a stame near the intersection of Sixth-street and the Miami Canal, 41a was committed to the Hammond street -Station-house, to await an examination before Judge Lowef which iWiU probably wiaouiBte mio uiornin ?. 1 ' fi in Tbottinq Match Nixt Thursday. The necessary arrairacmtnita , have been niftdfe for a trotting matcn. to tate' place next Thurs day.orer the Cincinnati Trotting Park, be tween Uaniers nr. e. "JJoliy Lewis," Bta well's b. m. "LadT Utley," and Uockey's s. i Dl'kY Rockey." Psonrietora puwe $100. an fftfttnet .jf The horse, are fine i troticrs and wen roatencu. ana mo race win douUless be quite interestinff. v t I .f If - - - i t " ' f n m w a t i a m RuBvinik. -.TIiahnMift iflrvifna UBqillATWH, BRRVIOBB.--IDe pUDllO orviCCS connected with the ordination of Itev, K, T, Robtaw th rteW Pwtoi. of the Ninth-Street Baptist Church, will take place this evening at the Church, on. Nine-street, between Vine and Race. ' ' " . ". ... The Ordination SertaOir'will be delivered by Dr. E, O. Robinson) r Professor in the Rochester Theological ' Hemlnary, and for merly Pastor of jhui Church. r Bubolaey in Racr-strkkt. The residence of a man named Francis Lanth, located in Race-street, near its junctiou with the 11am- ilton-road, was 'feloniously entered on Sun day niirht, and robbed -of some articles of jewelry -and wearing , apparel, together with $zb in money, me- Durgiars enterea tne honse throngh a second-story window in' the rear, which, they reached by climbing upon a shed, and did their business bo noiselessly that they escaped without waking the in- maves,.r . ... ... .... . , , i..c;i' " v; ;A Littli Girl Run Ovek and Sbriodslt InJDEKn. A little girl about three years of age, danghter ol Airs. Uodsley, residing on Clark-street, neap Linm was runover yester day afternoon, by a' milk-wagon, and injured so badly that her recovery is considered ex trenioly doulitful. Khe was first knocked down by tho. horse and the vehicle passed Oiagoni afl v across her abdomen and chest, in. flictinir each internal wounds as are sunnosed to be- beyond the 'skill of her physician to permanently cure even, if. her. life should be f I saved. Js- Liii - MaIN-STRBET ClEUKS IiRFOKB Till PoLICl Coubt.-.A-.- eon pie- ot .Main-tyeit "jlerka, representing themselves as James Wilson and Charles Monroe, we.ro. arrested day before yesterday and committed to the Hammond street Station-house for drunkenness. Aftur remaining there for some time they were permitted to depart ' But they again become disorderly, and outorsd the back-driving bu siness bv takin? noiisession of one which thev louna near ine spencer uousa, . iney were rentrrested and taken oeiore Juage Lowe, wno nnea mem eacn nve aonars anq costs. Tm Cincinnati AoBicoLTUBAb and M OHANiOAb Association. A meeting ' ot the Cincinnati Agricultural and Mechanical As sociation will be held this afternoon, at hiur nast ten o'clock, at the Chamber of Commerce, . The subject is quite an Important one, and de serves the earnest attention or all our clttsens. Cincinnati needs Parkland as the City Gov ernment will not, fartprpvi-tuo property tney have already dedicated to that purpose, the 1 Association proposes to'.,maka one at .the Cincinnati Trotting Park, upon such a plan will nder It. fptytat testme jC We earnestly hope the meeting this afternoon may be largely attended,' and such measures adopted as will at pnee secure the. contem plated result. for Km k !Damai iH-fH City by thb' Storm of Sunday Niuut;. The heavy rain i of Sunday uignt uia consiueraDie uaiungu in uiiicrcnt lrts Of the city, but the rumors of the de struction of property, in almost 'every ease, have been exaggerated; ' The cellars of number of houses on Linn, Butts, treeinan, Ahicrail and other streets were inundated, wliilare4ie of-thriiaeldenti of Ceutrul-ave- nue. in the neiirhborhood of l'oular-street, are sufferers "to a considerable amount; but the rrUrt, dajajv irt'lliej tity.by! Jho, ri nwifl'not exceed three thousand dollars. Sev eral of 'otif' stedin livo-cnirineg wore busily employed yesterday , in pumpingi the water out or the mirucmeu cellars if .vormus parts or the eit v, and a great portion ot tne oamago caused by tho Jtorm has already becu re paired. AMUSEMENTS. National Thfatrr. Jamrs E. Murdoch appeared at this eataMlstiment last night, as ('baros Surface," to a very slsmler audience. Tlie play was neither well cast not mounted, and many of the most brilliant passages went tamely ott. Mr. M. Is toowMI known In this city to rrqulra a word of praise at our hands; enfttco It to say, therefore, that In every respect, tho character was admirably per formed. The School for Hoamdnt Is a brilliant comedy but every part mtint It In good hands or the whole marred. We can not approbate the "Lady Tea- Rle," the "Joseph," or the "Sir Peter" of last night; and these two seritence will suggest our idea of the performance. This evening Mr. Murdoch will ap pear as "Hamlet," the pettrnianoe concluding with the farce of Th J'aflor of romwortA. Wood's TiiKATKn. The audience last night at Wood's wad quite slender an excellent evidence-' of the good taste of our citizens in dramatic matters. Our American Cot(H Is an cgrcgions bore, almost be neath dennnclntfnn. It was well performed ; but even thc "Lord Dundreary" of Mr. Bothern, the Asa Tronchard" of Mr. fillsler, and the "Florenco" of Mrs. KHslcr, who plays everything she undertakes cleverly, and many characters admirably, failed to Invest It with a single degree of Interest. It will be repeated, with tho same cast, this evening, In con nexion with the comedietta entitled The rrinter'i Apjwtntici. i Smith A Nixon's Hai.l. uumsey & New- comb's Campbell Minstrels had a crowded house last night, M might have been expected. - Their delin eations of negro life and character are excellent In their Way, and those who are fond of this kind of amusement will find Smith A Nixon's Hall, during the week, an agreeable plaoo In which to spend an evoning. Wo mil attontion to the advertisement of tho complimentary Connert to Prof1. H. J. Smith, which takes place, under the auspices of tho Young Ladies' Lyceum of the Wesleyan Female College, at the Melodeon, next Thursday evening. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT. Room No. 1. B. F. Broshear vi. Steam boat Orml Western. Action to recover $100 for extra services as pilot on a New Orleans boat. Judge Storer disposed of the case, and allowed the claim. Room No. 2. Leslie Frazer nnd others .. Jonathan Hill. Judge Hoadley disposed of mis ctwe mo question duuim; wucuiur uie wife of Hill was a competent witness on be half of her husband under the statutes. The Court held that she was not; that it was only in coses where her separate interest was in volved that she could testify. Decree al lowed enjoining defendant from disposing of a certain note, Dut witnout prejudice to n personal action lor tees. L. 0. Summons vs. John Curtis. Motion to make petition more definite; also, to vacate nan overruled, uau reaucea to 40(. P, W. McCarthy. Charles E. Mattlvews, adminidtraior ot James Aioore, aeceasca Jmlirment for plaintiff. Damages $1(12. u. Miiuuews t'. MctJariny. J uugmcnt lor defendant. Holdcn vi. Wayne. Replevin. Judgment finding property iu defendant. Damages 0'i. I SoBooi, Board PnocEKDiNos Last Nioht, The Hoard met nt the usual hour lost night. President King in the Chair. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and ap proved. A communication was received from Sam uel L. Corwino, Clerk of thoCoiincil, informing the Board that that body had authorized the purchase ot tne Liongwortn lot, on uatnarine street. Also, one in reference to fire escapes. Re ferred to tlie Committee on ltuildintrs. t'Ihe bills of the teachers of tho High Schools were passed. A communication from some of the female teachers, on the subject of salaries, was re ferred to the committee on that subject. A miscellaneous debate was carried on for some time in reference to the best manner of heatinir honscs. induced bv a proposition to warm the "llull'ner House," when the subject was laid on the tablo for ono week. Mr. Hurdine, Chairman of the Examining Committee, reported that he examined tho pupils ot the second district scnool yesterday, confining his attention chiefly, however, to tuo lower grades, ine examination will continue, as follows : Third district, on i-llcn-stroet, Tuesday, May 15; fifth district, on Race-street, .below Columbia, Wednesday, May 16: sixth district,- corner of Elm and Adams-streets, Thursday, May 17; seventh district, on Fourth-street, near Smith, Friday, May 18; eighth district, Eighth-street, west of John .Monday. Mnv 21. ' A resolution was passed authorizing the Clerk to advertise for proposals for altering the sixtti district scnooi-nousc, dividing it uto eighteen rooms, instead ot twelve, as nt present. . . - - . The resolution of Mr. Kelley, changing the standing rules of the Hoard, so as to fix tho salary of the lower grade of teachers at nine hundred dollars per annum, was taken up, and referred to tho Committee on Salaries, Adjourned. Colonisation in Africa Lisctdrh by Rkv. A. T. Woon. Rev. A. T. Wood, of London, England, delivered a lecture, lost niirht, in the linker-street Church, which was quite largely attended, on the subject of the Colonization of Colored Americans in Africa. The speaker had spent a number of years among uie Airuiau iuiuuivb, auu gave nia ex perience, jn . the form of nn address, from wntcn ne arew tne conclusion inai emigra ting from this country to that was a species ot suicide. Ho stated, that three hundred and forty- seven persons wont over in the ship in which he sailed, and in thirteen months from the time they landed in Monrovia, only five were t-i. n '.i m i .1.- a- . .1 a A.: lull, lie uescriueu tuo cuoci ui tuo jimi-nii fever UDon the system, and gave physiologi cal raosons why persons born in this, must necessarily die in that climate. He praised the spirit of philanthropy which had sug gested and kept np the colonization move ment; Dut insisted tnni it wns acam to inose who cmiirratcd. . and furnished statistics Ihowing that tho number who survived the acclimatizing process was only I 'A per cent, rue speaker does not neiieve ttiat Africa ever can or will be colonized, and if civil ized, It must be done in some otner manner than by emigration thither. In Freetown, eity of72,000 inhabitants, there were only 230 ot huronenn birth; nnd tins tatulity anion the emigrants existed all over the county, Tho lecture was very long, but somewhat in teresting, and was listened to with attention Bntil tho clone. a Marriaoi of Eliza looan. The mar riage of Miss Eliza Logan, "our Eliza," the late ' distinguished tragedienne the most classic actress in America with Mr. George Wood, formerly mannjrcr and proprietor ol Wood s Theater, in this city. iB announced in Ui(S morning's Prkss to have occurred on the 7th inst., at Stamford, Connecticut, the resi dence of the bride. As the newspapers have licen pragmatical enough to marry Miss Logan oft several times already, wa are glad, tor nor sake, tney can uo so no more, l Woman Arrrstkd on a Charoi of Grand Labckny. A woman named Margaret Dunee, who resides on Cherry-alleyi near Water- streat,- was arrested yesterday afternoon, about three o'clock, and lodued in the Ninth- street station-house, charged with having stolen one hundred and twenty-five dollars on Friday last, from a man who lives near Paris Kentucky, but whose name we were uname to learn. I Twbnty Lots in tun Wbst End at Auc tion. Wo would call the attention of those who want property iu the WeBt End, to at tend tho sale of twenty lots in A, Donners- beriora sub-division, bv C. i. W. emit auctioneer, thin afternoon at three o'clock, See advertisement, .D.-i: Child Nharly Killer by a Fall. A child whose name we were unable to learn, fell over the balustrade to a stairway from the third story of a bouse, corner of Central-avenue and Lilfcrty-strect, yesterday, and was seriously injured that it can not recover. I , . . i , 'Glasswab at Auction, At nine o'clock this hiorning J. Graff & Co. sell, at 02 Main street, a lurge quantity of glassware, queens ware, 4c, damaged at the late tire. SUPERIOR COURT. COVINGTON NEWS. SavKKTii Ashtthrrart or tpj Foumatios of Tim Tonne .Men's Gi.uiv The "Young Men's Club" Celebrated Its sevatith nnnlver sary on Hnliirday last," by giving A grand t'icnic at l.atonia rsprings, aiiout lour miles from this city. ,. ., . , . On motion, t)r; Wm. Ways' tras eltlled to the chair, and Jan. ,.F. Tucrman appointed Secretary. ' 1 ' Messrs, Reed, Holt and Tuerman were av pointed a committee to draft a serins of reso- titlons, exftreaaive of the sense of the Club. and alter a short absence, reported the fol lowing, wwon were adopted unanimously: WHr.ar.., W. have aamhM here to-dav torele. bratc our Heventh Aannnl I'lrnii. He it tbnrelore fwffl, rlrat. That the preMent haa been a day na to he reninuereil aa me Mital to, the naat anil rcat rnioymenr to the rreeent, r-" . , 1 tVconrf. To Mr. Wm. Hhi rex- Prunrletnr nt the HpringH. we would offer our hear Me It thanks for his kiiidui'sa and attention to onr company, and more epecially for bis spiritual offering of sonieof Mother' t bet, and the Ibrrtor knw how to makU. Tbinl. T hat we will ever rememter M!ilres, and cheifiilly recommend him to nil of our friends and gnatiiinnces, as one capnoie 10 contrtnute at all nios La their DlMMiiroa whew aaekin a nleafmnt place, or Visumr to while af'ir honrs ftom the busy carffliof the city. v ' T r ourtn. i nai tne foregoing resolutions nn pnn. lulled in the dallies of t 'iiicinnatl. aud tho Journal and Kenton Dimocrat of Covington. PH. W. II AYn, President. Jas. V. Tt;r.aMA?r, Secretary. Pomc Court. Thara wer but throe per sona I re fore the Police Court yesterday, two of whom were fined for drunkennens nnd isorderly conduct, and the third, Joseph Johnson, sentenced to the chain-gang. County Court. The monthly term of the County Court was held by Judge Mooar yes terday, i ne only tjate. or importance wns that of Clemens Tophorn, charged with il licit fatherhood, by a female named Theresa llengel, it being the second trial of the case. tho jury failing to agree in a first instance. When the caio was called, Tophorn 8 sureties produced him, . and he was placed in the cus- ...... ne i.a wi Ae . v, r .i ... wait Mi iiic univcia ui mo -uiiii-, nnu ,11 course the former were discharged from fur ther liability, unring tne adjournment tor inner, However, he toutia it convenient to lenve, and up to the lionr Of niljournment of the Court had not been heard from. The trial, however, was continued, nnd the de- tendant lined f.iou, and costs ot suit; hut- as he has no property some other parties must be held liable', and it he was surrendered by is sureties, they are discharged..' The ques tion now is, in whose hands was he at the time he made his escape? For whoever had ine login tMiiiiuy ui ms Fnreun, is eviueiibiy tne one, in lieu or his Donasmen Prizb Fioht A Beautiful Damrei. tub Stark Tub Lady Dkciiiks thb. Result a "Draw," and ''Cuts" Both. A prize fight between two yonng men, one a resident of nttstinrg auu tne other ot tmg city, took placo in this vicinity about eurht o clock yes terday morning. The difficulty originated on the Saturday previous, at the picnic, at Liatonua springs, and was occasioned oy a ivairy between tlie two in reference to n beautiful damsel, coveted by both, but who was, at tho time, entirely unconscious of the importance in which she wns held. As there was a large numoer oi luaies present at tne time, the matter was deferred at the sugges tion ot rittsmirg, woo challenged tjovinuton to a combat with nature's weapons tho time and placo to be designated by seconds, chosen according to the most approved rules of the I'rize tvinp.. . . Accordingly, alter tne preliminaries were arranged, the parties met on what is known at tho "Urocsbeck liots, and it was under stood that the young lady was to be hence forth and torevermore the undisputed prize ol tne victor. Although the matter wns kept as secret posstuie, our reporter ouutiaeu liuormation oi the affair in tune to bo on the ground and note nrocress. tirst Mounit Bom parties seemeu cautious .... v. . and wary, and neither received any visible punisnmenu ,u i Second Round Both men now seeinod to mean business, as tney Had a knowing optic to tne mi mre ot tneir nrst going in. ruts- burg received an cye-darkener and went down. . .. . , ; Third and Fourth Ilounrie Covington re ceived a heavy punishment, his peepers being nearly ciuaeu, auu tne ciurct uuwiiig ueauti fully from his smeller. tilth Mound The smoke uity lioy took Kentucky's head in chancery, and after iriv- ing mm Btindry socgdoiagers over tlie conk, threw him heiivily, and fell on him with his right elbow on ms breatl-nasket. L'ovinirton seemed very much blown, and could hardly come to time; but after a bard rally by his second be again was able to put up 1118 111111(18. ix(A jcouna: uovingion desperate, ana went in rough, and made several false blows, which Pittsburg resented by kicking his seat. of honor till the gravv dropped again from his antagonist's proboscis. This continued until Kentucky went to grass. Here tne ngnt, according to tne laws the P. R., should nave ended; but as the sec onds decided that both parties had used foul play, it was called an even game, and another round was agreed upon. Heventh and Laat Kouna: uovington oame up, blinking like a dissippated owl, and ev idently in no mood for work. A little coun tering ensued, but as both were weak, harm was done. After various rests and some careful fighting, Pittsburg got In heavy lett-haiidctv a .real sockdolaeer, knocked Covington entirely off his pins. Various ertorts were made to bring tne tauen champion up, but when time was called, waa mil 'lying, panting una tvpurpoiBe land, and tlie second threw trp the sponge. - Aa soon as-the young, lady heard of fi'iht. she decided it to beal"draw." and cave the parties notice that she shrfttld see them more. NEWPORT NEWS. ?r." 1 "" Y !' ! "t : Police Count . Two men, Pat. Devino and Christian Rieb, were before the Police Court yesterday, charged, with ..a breach of peace committed on Sunday' night last, nnd the former fined $10 and costs, and the latter fo and costs. o , Valentine Smith, a grocery-keeper, was 6ncd $5 and costs for selling liquor or Sun day, cont?ary7to the ordinance on that Bnb jeet. , ' .-- . . NEWPORT NEWS. RIVER NEWS. h, The Ohio opposite thia port, atVr havinp, as wo have inentioiied, reinaiutd stationary through out nuiiday, began to swell in tho evoning, and as- and liahtuitig, whlcli occurred aliout half-poet o'clock ou Monday luorniog, ami lusted until nearly flvo rose during the twenty-four hour, ending evening, about two aud a half feet, and waa atill coming up at that tiioe at the rate uf an Inch aud halt' per hour. The channel depth between here Louisville waa then nearly twelve feet, ami will morning, doubt leaa, be over thirteen. Our telegraph dinnatclicB in the regular column, will give the stage of navigation nt the leading points. - The weather yeaterday wus very pleasant, warmer and sultrier than Sunday, with marked indi cations of rain. 'Tlie Wharf was quite dull yeaterday, with few of freight offering lor any point; though upper boats received mora tlutn llliaie di'liued tiH- Sf. Luuia the Lower Mississippi. The rate of frcie,ht are The river at Louisville was" rialngalnwly on Sunday, and in tlie eveulng there were live feet one water In the canal. Wcathur pleusaut. he orb, bound lor ited Kiver, aaiiK a nurse railroad iron near Aurora. The iron wilt of course be aaved. v . ' l ' , " ( T The steamer carrier a law days ago ran1 against log in tho Miaaouri Kiver which broko twenty ofhor timbers. . -.,.- - i " ' 'i Yesterday's St. Ldlils Democrdf observe.: The river at this iKiint i. falling at the rate of inch, evury day. Every boat from St. Paul report, the Mtnsiaaippi fulling steadily all the way duwil. toll et Quiucy two Inches ia tvputy-(uuf hours, eud iug Saturday evening,. . , . L - Tho Illinois ia fulling steadily, with two feet Inches nn the bar near Luaulle. The Missouri renaaina n vary bad condftfou, far as boats havu yet gnus this season, aud there no prospects of a rise for a mouth yet. All the trib utaries are low some dry, Weather very pleasant, with Indication, of hut all over town! There seems au abundance Ireiglit for the oomh,, although, wry HUM lor Iianer 1'ivors. ' ' ' STEAMBOAT REGISTER. ao jlrrfeiil.. Hnnday-KTAcob Strader.1 I.oul.ville: geoaut,,PllUbuiK; W. 1. Maolay, -Pittaburg: 'litaourg; iiaio no. j, eiariuttii; niogiioua, mays- vlllu. Mouday IXograph, Lmiisvllli.; f orest Queen nladlson JUion oray, Kanawha, Itiver; tiieiiv. Pittsburg; Mheueugo. Pittsburg: Bay I'lty, Vitls- burg; Eunice. J,oui-vila; Liberty, Wheclingi Hast iiiK, i.iwii, inr, muiiu-.p, nwiitiii., nie.i luooo, Meiuphisi (juanaw. Arkaaaas Uivar) Ikiaewago, Kiver; llunlelth, Neville. uetNirtnta.. Sunday Jacob Strader. I.oulsvlllol Argonaut, St. Louis; Orb, St. Louis, Mouday r.uuice, ueu iiiver; aiaunonu, maysvine; l elegiupli, Loilisvillu; lluiilellb, Neville; Buy City, St. Louis; uieuwuou, uoiuvviite, u.uaw, uuea, COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS. Monetary and Commercial. - brlakly yeaterday than aanal, anil all Ihe Banker, reported a fair eonnter trade. The demand Sir Money waa good, though It waa not aalled ckaw, aa It waa laat week, and aeveral Paper-buyera told n. that they turned away no one wko coma with lira right kind of namea. Tha Currency hi'lil In the atrnat I. ana.Unl mn dnuht, to mppt all the ji-altimate wanta at the tiled ratiw IIVi.12 per onnt. Of eonrae, the eld rnatomara and long ihipoaitoraof the mauler inatitutlona obtain Pl.connta at aimpla Intereat; but thi. la nut the rate of Ihe market. Kaatnrn Kirhange waa wlthont particular altera tion front laat week, although Ionia d.alera reports It ai-an-er, and were giving ic. on i-niiaueipnia and New York ; but the general buying rate, aa before, waa St. except, in aom. inatanree, on fialttmore and H'wton, and 'c. nrenl. aelllng price. til-Id waaatlll heavy, with a large anpwr and no demand, and aim. dValera unwilling to buy at 'ic. premium, aa Coin can now only be need for ahlp In New Orlean. Kvchange, Tlme-bllle, and t'neiir- rent eliiney, we neara ol uo alteration wnaiever. f Inur waa llllll yi-ateraay, wun notniua nion- mw Iftcnl demand; the aalea reaching fain brla., all e. -a, at 7.yeS. There waa a fairrenueet IVr Whtaky ithont cliaiiaa in the market. Mraa Fork wee atill in actlvo demand; aliont I,:.H brla. having aold ainee Haturday at I7 V for eoimtry and SI7 V for eity brand.. Haeon waa dlapneed of at 7VfWSiC. for Khouldcra and 9Vr. for Hidea; while In buk Meata and l.urd there ware no traiieartione, tnouan ooin were very linn, No variation occurred in (irocerioe. The Kaatern ncwa aflecteu1 Wheat unfavorably, and canned a decline of 3c. per Imxhct on all gradca. Corn wna atill active and ateady. Oata, Bye and nariey were nrm. Th. Import, and Eiportaof varlnna articles during tha forty-eight hovra ending yeaterday noon wore; mporra Applee. brl. Barley, 7l bnahele: But ter, 'ir.'S pkga; l.amllea. ba.; tjorn, 3,6M bua. ; Oheeae, 7 uoxea; iin, i oaaa; r innr, i.iaai nria.i nay. i nelea; lioga, neao; i,aru, .iu pria. ann e aegi moiiMiaiw, una., vii.il, nur. u,in., um, Pork and Rncon, A hhda., 2 tiercea, . barrela, 14 hoxea, and 8S.0I I pnnnda; Potatoea, 321! brla,; Nugar, niida.; nait, a7 oarreia; wueau Duaneii Wlil.kv. I..1I4 li.rr.la. KxporU Applea, hrla.l Barley, buehele! Bnt ter, 4VI pkga. ; Oandlea, I ,vln hoxea; (7orn, 7ua bnahela; Oheeae, tVH laixea; (Jofli-e, 123 haga; Klour, 2.IC1 brla.; lluv balea; Hogano heail: !,ard, lw brla., OS kega; Bliiiaappa, n.1 oria.; .mni., una., ii.ib, uii..i rur. and Bacon, 2.14 hhda., SM tiereea, Tea berrala, 40 nuxea, and ponmlHi I'otatoea, 3H7 barrela: nngar, 17 hhda.: Salt. 10 brla.; Wheat. 4'J6 boabela: Whlaky, V20 barrola. Wo annex a comparative atatetnentof tho Import. of foreign dry goodaat Sew York, forth paatweek nnd alnce Jannary l: Forlhnefk. 1S5S. is.. Sl.lwi.KSrl 1,051, 7.'l 4,8M,.H!I 43,.MI,27 isno, Rntered at the pnrt..w.l,lA3 Vrfi,IK7 Thrown on market... 7AU,liu ninea Jeiiaery I. Kotereil at the port. 17,WI,73 4i,i.i,ni 42,2S6,37 Thrown on mnrket.22,i4.1,4ao Batnrday'l New York Tin thua refora to Friiluy'a flaanclal operatloni: Another large bualneaa waa dona on the Htoek F.x- ohfuiKe yeaterday, atimul.ti-d by the favorable ail vlcea uy the Ana. Pricea were to V-i per cent, np and the market eloaed Arm. The advices by the steamer have rather weakened tlie demand for Kx change, without redurlng the ratca. We continue to onote lnlHa on London: f.J H WUU'I, with leaa emandtban for the laet month, both tor Dllla and bullion. The ongagemenU of the latter by the two xtcamcra to anil to-morrow, amouut to only half a million at prceent. There ia no variation In Money ratea; the actual tranaaetiona of which we are ad viaiMl to-day are at opi-r cent, on a liat of 60-day ae cepfencea, una per cent, on temporary loan to the Htock nrma.' The general aiipply la .ported eaar. ltaeemaciear,aayaaow lorkoxrnangn, mat tne Iriah will reiulro not onlv large nuautitiea of cereal food from ahronil. but llkewiae fonder and farm pro- duco of ail kinda. Accordingly, we hear to-day of two vcaaela oelng :nartelea toaiiuncnce lor trian norta with caraoea of arain and meal. The wretched vendition of Ireland, and the demand for grain and large emigration wuicn are its couaequence, arecai- ulateato proaiice a maraeu euiwtouine vreau.ru country. Our cotton broker, profeaa not to be aatla- nmt with the tone ol tne mnraet nt tne cioee in Liv erpool; but tho pricoa are very much better than were expecieu a w,fs eao. ..... The English Board of Trado retnrna for April ahow dituiniahed activity In the export bualneaa. Ootn mired with tiie cnrrertpundlng month of le.t year there la a fulling off of IVM, of which .115.127 la in cotton goiala, and le,.rl In Iron. The total ex port for tho tlrat three month, of the year have been .m,fd ,KT7, againat i-m.-MV,?'.!! in la.v.1, showing the entail aecreaae of 3a,SR7. Compared with lavie, an augmentation la ehowu of f6,9,'l,6;l, or Dearly Ml per cent. Cincinnati Market. MONDAY EVENING, May 14. ot no PIOtTTtThe market waa unite dull to-day, and the demaud local. The aalea compriae H.1 brfa., all extra, at J.", 7J'KMi, the latter rale lor white Wheat. WHISKY Nn change in the market; the demand ia fnlr: aalea of l.oiio brla. at lwl'bC., the latter rate for wagon. rilUVIHIONH A continued good demand formeaa Pork, anil about l.falu brla. .old aince our laat, at 917 2! for country, at variona point, in the Interior, and 17 no for city. 7ohhda, of Bacon aold In four lota at iM(".76c. for Bhouldera, and 41uo. for Siiloa. Nothing none in hulk Meata or hard, and price, muat be called nominal; the former la held Itnuly, and verv little of the latter can be bouaiit below He. Ill L-Salea of 46 brie, of llnaecd at lUc., aud 60 do. at ivie. UltooEHIES A fair demand for Soger, with aalee of 1IMI hliila. at Seo., and 8 do. prime at S.So. Mo- laaaea dull at 4-ic. Collie auiet at IwM.C. WHEAT Tho market waa dull, owing to the nn fRvoruhla luivlcMi from tho lOaat. and thero waa a de cline of 3c. per buahel on all gradea. We quote prime White at tl .Weil 40; prime Bed at SI Xi0 1 3.1; and prime at VI 2o(ifl 22: aalea l&o buahel. prime lieu at at 3i; ;im no. at vi ay. w.i uo. at 91 n iteiivereu, I'tlltN Thi, ilem.ml continuea active and the mar ket tlrm, at mvi.UK. tux Ear In bulk: MHe.'iSc. for mixed Shelled, and Me. btt prlnio Whit, in bulk: a.lea 41.1 buahel. Kar in aacka, rroni landing, at Slc.j 2iai do. prime White Shelled In bulk, at OATH The market ia atomlv. with a fair demand. at 4leu4.'c. in bulk: aalea eon buaheie, from Uuidiug, at lie.: 31.1 do,, from depot, at 4.rc. It YK The demand ia good aud th. market firm, at '!3ei fiic. for prime: sale. 4UU buatiela at 114c.; luu do. at li'. , BARLEY Prime fall I. in good demand, and tlie market Arm at SSeeafic. Inferior I. dull at 7ueoc. HA Y The receipt, by wagon have iucreaaed, and prime haa decline, I to tvxa-a per tun. Prime Tim othy, in balea, la in fair demand at SIS per tun on arrival. The market for luterkir la dull at tlZfado, aud a good deal onering. CHKKHK The demand I. fair at 7c. for aelected new; liaMOSc. for old Wealern Reserve, and 11$ llJio. fur Engliah Dairy. Bl'TTKK The demand for prime fresh la fair at lfifW'Kc. for Weatern Keaerve, and ltfol.lc. for Cen tral Ohio; inferior la dull at Sc.: sale. of2t packagea of choice Western tteeerv. at 17c. APPLES There are but few In the market, and price nominal at 85 per brl. for prime. POTATOES The demand is fair at f I 4off.l 75 per brl. for prime Northern, aud 75c. for common. New York Market. he oil , net one a nud thia ie hut lota or New York, May 14 P. M. Flour dull, heavy and 5utc. lower. Shippera are not in the market to any material exteut, while the home trade do not purchaae more than sufflcleut to anpply the ireasinjt wants: aalea 5,elMI brla. at S5 m lor lupernn. liuta; S.I .I.Vif.5 40 for extra State: ; f.i :a lor aupernne Weatern; f .V'50re5 70 for common to medium extra Western: 8S tk'se,S 15 forshlppiii linnnllliio- m.rknt cIimIiio ilo) brands extra round whiiI. (.iisdiau Floor Demand limited and ket heavy: aalea 400 brla. at ih 3.Vn.7 50 for common to ohoioo extra, Cornmeal quiet at unchanged pricea. llye Flour In liiniti-d roquest: .mull agles at f:i .hsVt.i 20 for common to choice. Whlaky in moderate reqneat at rather easier pricea: ale. or 450 barrela at 2ZH(u,23,'aO. closing with no buyers at over 22c. Wheat la dull, and nominally held at 16? 2c. lower, ahipisira and millera are not in the market toany exteut: sales uf Milwaukie Club, rumored at 81 27(n 1 21', hut we could not trace them to any authentic sonreo: at the close verv aood Milwaukie Club could be bought at ol 2e, delivered: .all ot l.oun bnslieia Itaclne at 81 2ii, aud late Saturday evening 15.UU hortliela Hue hie at SI 27. live on et at Hoc. There a lair aiipply of Barley, but dull aud heavy: aalea .Vail btutliola good t;anaila Mia tor export on private terina, Willi large receipia. .oru uociiubu tuny v. ru t buahel: sales of 0.1,000 bnahela, at 7.1(?77r. for mixed Weateru, cloalng at tho inside price for good sound ahippiug luts; 7wu-40c. for round yellow; 2c. for small parcels handsome yellow Jersey, and 72c. for New Orleans, Data plenty and dull, at 41H($Ue. n,r Wralurn Hud il.iuula. and 42c. for State. Pork less active; mess unchanged, and prime heavy and drooping: aalea sou brla. at 8)7 .rsje.l7 t'2 for old mesa; 81s 2.1 for now mess; 912 75 for old prime, and ai:l M7 for .new. Boat uulet and unchanatal: aalea .17.1 brla at tflle-4 Ml for conutry prime, and 8..1 for country nieaa; Ssdnio An for repacked men.; $11 in 19 .10 for Axtra nrime mess. Beef more active: sales 2."l tiercea choice at l i.l7; .11 tiercea India mesa at ez?, and 42 tiercea inula alP2n. xteei iiami mitniuiUv.! .nli,. 54HI tlapciia extra Chieaao on nrl Veto terlua; 5U brla. State at $12 lit); the raugu is 912 (e. 1.1 for State; $l 1(1 for Western. Cut Misita dull and unchanaed-. aalea 170 nackaaes at 7,'4e. for Shoul ders, and i.v!4:c. for llama. Bacon continue, quiet forwaut uf etock. Lard ltrmer, and with moderate demaud: aalea 350 brla. at ll(l3Jsc for No, t nrliiio. Butter selling at !2a.lo. for Ohio, and 13PIW, State.- Cheeae quiet at oliTllc. for Inferior to prime. SoRar In lair reqileat: sales 01 1,1.10 nnua. Cuba M iiacovadu at 6!4uu7Vtc.l aud 103 hhda. Porto Rico [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. or a two It , Nitw York. May 14. Stocks are easier Chicago and Hock lauiltd,7ll; Cleveland and Toledo, .11 'a; bonds, M; Oalena and Ohinage, ae's; Michigan Southern, 1.1; Michigan Central, 4IM Huilaou, r.rie, sii; tinicago ami tiuruugiou, him; usrwi. u fereed, 3lt!i,; Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland, Now York Central, H2; 1'acltlc Mall, wtl rauania, ia-- l-.in ll....u,..v. 9IA.- Mlehiioiu Cantral uiffiita. KIM; Illinois Central bonds, ll'j; Erie, awoud mort gage, net.; Illinois ooupous of '79, 101 Sii Ohio aixea, 1 , [By Telegraph.] Philadelphia Market. are rain. of Ih. ,.. Philadelphia, May 14. Flour dull: pri ce, easier but uuchengril. Wheal, but little in oiiirv. and prices weak; white 81 rsie'd 2: red 91 Con, -tlMe smIab of IU.ISHI Ituaiiola vollow at 7bo Oats il'.lii.tic. I'rovulon. nrm. atesa roi-a tie lii Is 71; new prime $15, Whisky a.t,s2.m. T Ueel aleauy at til out 14 Ar. Orb, Ar kansas 1 11rilliam Forhuiio ErroRT. This is closing argument of one ol the legal practi tioners in Iowa: 1 '' "Gentlemea of the Jury Would you tempt to empty tlie great Mississippi with I asrourdf No. gentlemen. I know too would uot. , w ouid you attempt 10 spear a ounuio with a knitting-needle No, gentlemen, know you would not. Then Task you, tlie name of common sense and decency, how vuu can convict my client guilty 01 man- slaughter tor taking the lite of a womant" MORE ABOUT THE PRIZE FIGHT. An Impartial Resume of the Great Prize Fight—The Natural Advantages of Sayers Heenan—New and Interesting Particulars. , ... ... MalakofT, th well-kiown and very reliable Paris correspondent of thi New Tork Tina, has, In Saturday's issue, a long; letter re lume of the great priie fight from which wt extract as follows s Previous to the fight the Eno-liah did not complain of the difference in aixe of the two) men. It was considered tnatTom Mayer by his siiperiof science, bis great experience, and well-known judgment, wonld make easy worn 01 11. out now, since neenan is snown to be the better man, we hear a most lament able complaint from one end of England to the other and the London 7Vage is the prin cipal echo of this complaint that the one was a pigmy and the other a giant. Sow, Tom Bayers ia not a small man, nor is Jack rieenan a giant; the difference is not at all enormous between them, and in many mem orable fights in England the difference bast been much greater. Moreover, when Hecnan is in position he stands low. his head was not more than an inch higher than that of his ad versary. Hut bis arm is an inch longer, and this no doubt waa a real advantage in tho fight. ' ' SAYER'S SUPERIOR HARDNESS. On the other hand, Tom Say era had an im portant advantage over Heenan, an advan tage that certainly compensated fortbedifler ence in the sixe of the men, and one which no one seema thus far to have noticed. Heenan, from his youth and the very little battering his face hog yet received, is soft, and every blow Snyers got in swelled him np like a puff ball, while Saycrs, on the contrary, has the cellular tissue of his face completely con solidated by long bruising, so tbat Heenan' blows, which were powerful enough to knock him down with stunning effect, produced no moore swelling of the face than if It bad been marble. A cicatrice can not be made to swell, and Tom'i face is a solid cicatrice. Now it is a fact, patent to every one who saw the fight, that for the last hoar Tom's only chance of gaining was in shutting np Heenan's good eye, and for this hour the whole fire of the enemy waa directed to that one object. So that if Heenan bad lost the battle it would have been by an accident to dis eye, and in us tne result wouia navo been ao test 01 tne two great qualities essen tial to a prize-fighter endurance and science. It was the constant exclamation of the En- f;lish during the last hour of the fight "Ob, f he could only get that other eye abut Heenan would be done fori" CONDITION OF HEENAN'S SIGHT. But Heenan'i ere was not frolnir to shut as rapidly as bis enemies hoped for, and if Mr. Dowhng hnd consented to give biro a few more minutea's fair play, the Champion wonld have been knocked out of time. The Loudon Timet made a totally gratuitoua as sertion, intended to cover up the disreputable) treatment of Heenan, when it declarod that the latter was bund by the time he arrived at tlie train. The statement is totally un founded. The fact that the Sayera party laid so much stress on the eye ia sufficient evi dence that they recognised Heenan to be otherwise the better man, and Just so soon as it was evident that Heenan s eye waa too long in going to shut, and that Tom's pint were growing too limber, was the ring broken up and the police obeyed. Heenan fights a fair stand up fight for two hours, in order to show his science and bil endurance, but now be changes his tactics invorderto show how much strength be has remaining, and to bring the fight to a close, and then the referee takes advantage of a moment of con fusion created by the English, to withdraw from the fight and to declare it null I THE SUN AND HIGHER GROUND. The London Time says that Heenan had two other advantages: the sun and higher ground, i ne latter is an illusion easily ex- f darned, and the sun of England, a great yeV ow cheese, never yet hurt any man a eye that wasn't amaurotic. The meadow chosen for the fight was as level aa a floor if it had not been it would not have been chosen. Heenan, got the choice of corners and took that which would put his back to the sun, as he had a right to do. Heenan, in sparring, stood al ways in the same place, some ten feet in ad vance of his corner, while hia adversary was constantly dodging about the ring. In this way Heenan trampled a space of several feet diameter Into a black mnd, and then when, as sometimes happened, be waa forced back from thiB mud to the unbroken sod behind, he had the appearance of stepping on to higher ground. But it was a mere illusion of the eye, and a reporter disposed to impartial ity would never have imagined so flimsey a pretext for throwing so important an advan tage against hia man. - Speaking of the mud, reminds me of vt fact worth noting, that at the end of the tight Sayers'a breeches were black with mud, while Heenan' were as white as when he commerced the mill. SAYER'S IMPASSIBLE SMILE. Savers still had another advantage beside that of bis indurated hide an advantage, however, partly derived from this fact. He wore on bis face an impassible and sort of patronizing smile from beginning to end, never relaxing once in the midst of hi spar ring, to show of what he was thinking. This faculty, a most remarkable one, ia derived -partly from long experience in the ring, and . partly rrom an inaoiuty 01 tne cicainzeu muscles of tlie face to perform their ordinary functions. Heenan, on the contrary, being young, and having a perfect control over the muscular contractions of the face, allowed his adversary to "see his hand," (to use a gam bler's phrase) and never prepared to give or , stop a dIow without relaxing from a amile to a fixed contraction of the mouth. THE STRANGE SOIL AND ENGLISH BULLVISM. la 5U 50 to for at 41,; e2; Savers had another advantage over Hee nan. and one which actually told on him during the first hour of the fight. Heenan was in a strange lana; it was tne nrsi umo he had ever been brought face to face with a -strange audience, and he knew the immense hostility that prevailed against him. No sooner bad the fight commenced than the English began their Intolerable system ot "chamnsr." each time Bayer got in a blow there went up a yell from the throats of the two thousand Englishmen present which made the earth fairly quake a yell so loud and so terrible tbat Heenan several times ac tually looked around in dismay, to see what it meant. Then, when bis face began to swell, such monstrous insult were rubbed into his wound as would have maddened any man not absolutely fixed in hi resolution 10 Keep in a goou numor. "JNO use to Drtng mot tan nee up ne can 1 fightl" 1 -Now, look at hia mng!" "Oh! take away your man don't you Bee ne'a blind?" These were the criea that assailed Heenan on ; all side during the fight, aud they were in- veiltlt'jtl 10 luutmuuui auu .unit uhwmu uiui, in which case they calculated he would play , foul and lose the ngnt; lor it waa reporua that he was irritable, and wonld be likely to ' lose his temper and play foul. I do not pre tend to say that the few Americans in Hee nan' corner did not make a respectable noise in backing their man; but they had such ' freauent occasion for their vocal chords in the early port of the fight that their voice were soon extinguished, and then the English had It all their own way. But, notwith standing his well-sustained command of his temper, Heenan was intimidated and feverish J ' .1 1 t ..C . 1. .. l. . . till! 111 iuu carir mi . ui tuo ugu., wwh aw-" by his frequently licking his parched lips and demanding water. . ;?t , . 4o tai taj the Modsl Railway Notics. On certain , railway the following intelligible notice ap- . pears': , , . '' Hereafter, When train moving In an ap poaite direction are approaching each other, , on sciiarata lines, conductor and engineers will be required to bring their' respective " (rains to a dead halt before the point of meet- ' big, and be very careful not to proceed till ' ' -each train haa passed the other. . , . ., , , at a I in A Hibernian- Rxbobtsr. A pious Irish- ' man, not long since, in exhorting a meeting, let bi remarks take an analogical turn. "Me , beloved (rinds," aaid Pat, "all can not be ',", part of the same building. Bom have to be posts, some rafter, .Vc.: and, me frinds, if there wore not already too many sluper in ' this house, I would be williu' to bo a slaper (sleeper) meseli."