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WANTED-Twoor three good galter-b
. Apply it Blt'carl-at, ,'Tj i
WANTED A thorough HKRVANT-GIRt,. Aa.
P'y at 4'2H ."est Kighlh-atreot. J.elj-;
VA !T E r-.o or two good fiiwti,' A Mr
k tmmi-dietelf at Nr.. 149 WeatFiftk-etnea.
WANTED At IJUfr Monnd-tret'th a j.r. tn do
Cnernl hoDHowurk,wwhiDgnd Iroolnf. City
tferppcea required. jelVb
WANTED A SITUATION By a boy, to learn
type-sottlng. Good references Uvn. Ad
dress M. B., this office. i, Jetvb
WANTED-fHTtiATION-By a married man-iQftnwii-without
children, who haa expa.
V'?.n. farming aud gardening., Addrene OAR
DhNhrij tlitwofHra. jel.vb
WANTKD Ono good female rook. Wages 1.1
ivr woek Also twelve me, to harvmt and
mako hay Also glrh for a watering a lace ; ex
penM paid. Call at US Kant Foorth-st. jelvb
WANTKD A gentleman and hli wl to board
and occupy a larva front room. Alan, a large
r fortwosltigleie.'iilleuieu. Apply at 3 Long-wnrth-street,
east of Raw. llj-b
TANTEO-'fiRI,S--Two iraaH. active girls
TV who thoroughly understand waiting on table;
to such good salary and a desirable eiluation will ba
niven Call b.-lore two o'clock P. M., Ihla day, at
iiiyofllee 30 Ji'lm.slreet, Jrl.b
YVANTED-RonM-A fnrrrlahed Room, in the
V V vicinity of Nlnlh and Freeman-streets, .ither
with or without boarding. Add rasa It. B. ., at thii
"nice . Jela-b
WANTKD-TO WRITE ON 0T,A8S-Yon may
learn this art and sot a good Likeness for
ten rents at JOHMHONH Gallery, Ninth and Main,
or n rlchlv-colorcd, wholo-alied Picture, In a gilt
Irame, for (I. jel3-a
WANTKD An Infant to nnrae, by a young,
healths woumn, who haa plimty of milk, and
ttme to pay ovary attention to a child Intrusted to
tier. Boat of refortincea irivon and ruuulrad. Call at
;Q Fast Bevenlli or 88 Waat Flflh. JelH,"
WANTED A OIRL-To do holwowork, waah.
InK aud ironing Included, for two pornona.
Apply at 06 Ooorgo-at., between Plum and Went-rn-row.
AVANT KD-At tha great Ambrotyjw Depot, S8
v Broadway, peraona to call aud get one of
tlioao baailtiful Photogrnpha, taken in two aeoonda.
They oxcel all others. Pictured only ten conta.
jel4-h 00LD8TIUKKR A CO.
WANTED TO B A K M ft 8-Orarker handa
wanled, both men and boya, who are willlug
to work hard. Apply to .1. 0. COOPER, N. E. cor.
uor of Walnut a.id Watar-ata. Jel4-b
WANTED nOARDKUS Two or four Deraona
can obtain bard In a prirato family, by call
fug at 47U Thirdat. Kor aale, a complete aet of
"Jarpcnti'iV Tools and Cheat, wry low for canh. Ap.
r'y at 47' Thlrd-at, jH-b
WANTED SITUATION Aa Book-keeper, by
a young man, a graduate or It. H. Bartlett'a
t ommerclitl Collego. falary not ao much an object
na immediate employment. Call on or aildreaa J AH.
T UAI.IuN, 4-j Sycauiore-at.,Cluclumttl. jein-d'
"f-VANTED Men aeeklng altnatlona aa rlerka,
aaleamen, book-keepara, bar-keeper!, portera,
ft'ioperi, merhanica, laboreri, and otbera, ahoald ap
ply at the Merchauta' Clerks' Registry Office, No.
Walnul-atreet. jel.vh") HALE ft CO.
WANTED TEN CKNTS-Battllng his way to
fortune, he doea not neglect to have his Like
neas taken at JOHNHON H Uallory, Ninth and Main,
that he may berenlter hand it down to hiachildren.
Hood work from ten centa upward. Jol5-b
WA NTE D SIT I' ATIONS By a Proteatant
boy and girl; the boy between thirtnen and
lonrteen, and the girl between twelve aud thirteen
vara old; rained in tha elty. Tha girl to aaaUt In
any kind of hoiine-work except nureing; ban always
been accustomed to work. Ttia boy would prefer
the country. An engagement may be had of hta
mother lur a term of veare, in a family taking an in
tereht in his education. Bent of reference given.
Apply at No. RAH bacond'Street, betwaeu smith and
Park, or by addressing D. K., this oftico. jelo-a
WANTED By a traveling auctioneer, a stock
of from $.'0U to SltU(M) uf taocy goods, jewelry,
aodnotlonH. which lie will btiv and nav nart cash
n tho aame, and make weekly remlttanoeH; and, if
(ui uwner wibotw, win pay mouurate wucee 10 a
clerk, who ho may select, proTided tho Btock U con
tiniially ruau-d.k AdUitw, until MonUay, 43 'Salt
auuHO. jenVl It. W. ISOLTANiCO.
ANTED $.r0,Ono of mortgage noteaand bo-
HiueaH paper. Alio, purcnanent lor more tuaa
,doo,imki worth ot real eHtatn, onnstrtting of citynro
lKrtr. roinitrvNeatri. farmi. and wild liuitl. bv W. H.
VlilLLIPS, Keul EHtate. Note, and BUI Broker, 83
wc juiroiireu.. jei.r-aw
WANTED A Hit UATION-Ai wet nnrae, In
the city, country, or to travol, Kofurencee
given. Apply at 171 nycumore-at., weat Hide.
WANTED TO TRAPB-A ftill-jeweled pant
lover gold watch, with hunting canei,. lor a
tiecoud'haud buggy or email, light wagon. Ad
dreed W.. at tlii otlice. jelVaw
"TANTED PTTVATIONH By two yoimg In-
w die, to txmvh ll Hi brmiiiliM a tta KnlUk
education, miiHic, embroidery, dec. Ilelerences glvun
hh to Mualitluiitioua and rwtniKtability, Addreea Box
l.i'JO, CUioanimti. y jeia-d
WANTED TO KKNT-A amall Htable, large
enough for a home and buggy, within fonr
Miinre of Fourth and Viue-U. Addreea Box
1,10, Clnriuuati. jelJ-U
WANT ED ATTENTION Important Secret
for Married Lariiei,.Mrn. BUItLKKlH, M.
., will lecture on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
Hiia I U11AI0.M ll o ciWK A. m., a. nrr omce,
north-at corner of ltace aud Hixth-tita.. Koom No.
J. t'onaultation faonra from 0 A. M. to 3 P. M., or
...rough the P oHtotflco. Mra. Burleigh haa brought
I rum burope remediea for fomalo dieeattea which give
poeiiive ana lTnmeuiaie renei. jeii-im
WANTED A FEW SMART MKN-Without
capital. Call at VIBTUK A CO. '8, corner
of Hammond and Eaat Fourth-t., up taira, Boom
WANTED A few more good Bmrineea Agente.
iiend ton centa in Rtampa, by mail, to Box
1193, Cincinnati, Ohio, and yon will rereire m tilr-
i nlMr. with full information. A Ana unenina fur all
who are oat of employment. No better can be
inuua. ' jwo-n
FOR SAlgE Lae. etock and Axturee of a Tea,
Ciaarand Variety Store in KvaniTille, Indiiiia.
Tha stand ltt one of the bettt in the city, commanding
a good retail trado. -TeruwHrl.tfou caah. Add reel
iti pjji Koo, pox 43), ETanavtiie, jna. jeic
SALE A Farm of 70 acrea, on good pike,
. liAr the city. For aalo at a bargain.
ALSO 20 aorea In Rooa County, nuar Chillicothe.
with eome improvemouta, at a uargain. Will take
WANTKD TO PrBCHABE-f3,0t worth of old
Ten Per Cent.. Paper. Alao, House, Lola, Country
beau ana r arum oi any fine ana price.
jel4-c TAYLOR WARD, It 9 Vlne-et.
TTTtOR SALE -Oil EXCHANGK 900 acrea of
.av uiagninceuf frame juaua in uroone uouniy,
Illinois. Will trade for couatry or city property or
inerchandiae. Alao, 11.400 Mortgage goto, one year
to ruu. AUo, Lot on Cnmmerce-atj, 31x100 feet,
theap. A. M. MuMANAMA. tf8 W. Third. jeH-b
71 OR BALK A doublewieated BuRgj-.a yeaf or
m. two old, lately pone up. J or aaia low, j
the thing for family uae. Apply te J. P. U
ltltiON, Sixth aud Madiaoa-ati.. Covington, K.
FOR HALE-A FlDkte A Lvon Sewing Ma
chine, in ilret-rat order. - Haa been in urn
on It fhw wnnki. and la warranted fur throe rears
The machine cun he ueen at IBS E. Pearl-st. jel-b
TTinR SAIaM OR TRADE A amall stock of Drr
1 (ioodB a out stock in good order. Apply to
j. ft. liinn s iu., aoiun-wesi corner o Tine ana
PIX I U -BIS. JUltT-Q'
Tidtt HALE A Retail Stock ofGrocerlea. No
I1 tiom aud Variety Goodn, with the good will of
a weii-eii.au. itinea uusiness, ana nve ytiara loaae on
etoie. Atso, a gooa iuiiuim lo- " w moi lm
Droved barb of tlieolty. The proprietor beiuu com
pelled toyiiit biwiueaa, will ohor the name on vary
iiivorahle terms. For furthur Information apply at
the corner of Third and (ireeuup-au., Goviugtou,
Kentucky. . jeu-i
sv AnuTs Church, Lots Noa. U and 13, corner of
I'eter and DivlMloti. w toet front by no deep, to a to
1- ut alley. Inaulreof MORItlSON CROWTHKR,
ft 3 vt oat eourui-st,, itwin no. a. jeiu-i'
ITOR SALE A COUNTRY PLACE, containing
- eight acres, highly cultivated, with Dwelling
house, Barn and Out-hoUhUMi; every variety of young
ud tkrifty Fruit-trees and firajie-vinea. Located
five miles (rointhe olty.v liidulreat Coal Office, &t&
West Fifth-tt reel. " " jo9-h
JMt na liEniVHi svuffiu au noiwt. nuw in
UMat ISoa-MM and tiil Walnut-struet. where
tiieycau beaveuat auy time. JCugitte Cylinder, 8
i ni' bee d is meter, ntroko 3 leet. governor and Jutlson
vaive attacneu, ana cut -iron ueu,. .poller--ijengini
82 feet, diameter, 66 iuohex
HARRISON A WILSON.
TjKt PALK-A email Kngiue, Boiler-Tan, On
M? Bok. VInul An. in roinnUta. runnlnv order.
at a great bargain. Can be Keen in ope ration at the
Xtovtmy iron Jteairary, i:$.f onrvn-inei.
apitf-tf ,, ADAMS, PECKOVER 4 00,
FOR SALE. FOR RENT.
IjHfR RBNT FOHNIMHED ROOMS HuM able
' tor elugle gentlemen or fitmlllflM, at No, 'J
Broadway, betweeu Sixth and Heventhi jei4-h
jM)R HENT-At'Jft per month, a three-story
M? Brick House, with aTl mode.-n ImproveuienU
grocery attached on Wade-it., ouplte the market.
uf Twelfth-st. and Oentral-av. jeU-b
W7MR KKNT-H0USB-4S5 West Foarchwit.,
1 uill, UT mnHara ImnnivnmiinU. llinllll a
West Thlid-st., or 07 XUkd-st., of J. F,
flOY. . i ii Jeia-d
villi, PRNT.HAI18I-OHM West Slxth-st.
JL? of eleven rooms; gas : newly papered and paint
id ; wouid be suitable for a private jmidenoe or
board iug-bouee. . Apply la
D. H. HORN I, J a.
TBBKrAONAL.-Tli. man who took In twnexpraas
16 in.." abunt two wavks since, from Lavaa, wnt
foot of Oantral-avonna, will plaaa. call of B. IBACH,
at Broanway H.Ml. Tha llrimrs of said wa(ona will
Coal Offlc. j.l
nOA H DIN ft Three yonnf men can be accom
mndahrti wltb b nlattnnt front motn .nil luiril
at FT Qoorge-st., two doom lut of Plum. jel4-b
OARDINO-Severat pleasant rnome, suitable
' forcmall fa mil Im nr aln.la MnMaman. ran h.
ooulnlon reasonable term by apply lug at iaj
Kwt Third-tit., Mt wf Pike.
THE DAILY PRESS.
r II you want a honee, advertise la tha DA I LI
f If jou want a servant, adTettlao In tha 0 AILT
r In fart, every want anppllad by adrartlilnf
In tha DAILY PRE8B.
I" If yon want a alttiation, advertise la tha
r Advertisements not exceeding live llnaa In
length, Inserted In tha " Waatad" column twice for
Xaar Mail Arrlrea .li.tll a. H and i.ian h.
oloaea at 1 A. M. and 8 P. M.
BalTiaoaa, WaaniFnTOB Aim Wniiuao.-Ar.
a itiaw a. n .i ctoaaa at s P. M.
LOVH AND LOTTiaTfLLI. Arrlvna at If A. M
lOP. Ml r.lnana i A M m r.A J D U
CaicAoo amd MoaiH-waat. Arrlea at 11 A. M,
ju r. a.; cloaea at A. M. and 4 P. M.
aoy part of the city if left at our counting-
YUim will mmtki txpilli l--rmnf rtt tan 1 1 rm
IVVUIj TV AAA AA1VV n IliU ptuuii ntwiinuut
"The Daily Prbhs to be had every
ornloir at the couutinif-room. Price one
Four mulattoes, two votintr sirU and two
boya. the slaves of E. S. Rosely, of Vicksburg,
luiBaiBBiupi, were iuhiiuuiiwu eeieruiiy Be
fore Judge Storer.
HBTKOROLOOIOAL ObSKRVATIONA -Bv Hfltirv
Ware. Optician, June 14:
Atwrfl ero 6
Above aro 80
AboT zero 7V
Lkttkrs Dktainrd roa Want or PonrAntc.
Thursday, June 14: -
J. C. Holt. Ashler, Ohio.
Iitaac Grove. l-orQ Creek, Ky.
ilerman A Bloom in fttlale, ISew York City.
Cliriitlan S. ChoenblBM, Quincy. 111.
John Imdmo, Wpintmrc, lnd.
J. Wallwork, LoiilHVllle, Ky.
Kster lsen(H, Indianapoltn, lnd.
J. M. WoodbridKa, MarlotU, Ohio.
V. Fhv, ColumbuH, Obio.
May W. Bully, Oxford, Ohio.
Frank Frederick, Cartilage, Ohio.
Ratification Hektiks. Ai will be seen
by an advertisement in this morning's Issue
of the Prehh. a RcDublican ratiKratinn mppt.-
Ino; will be held to-morrow evening, at the
Court-street Market-space. Ei-Governor
Chase and other prominent speakers will
address the meeting.
Lifb of Lincoln and Hamlin. The ad-
vance orders received by Moore, Wilstuch,
Keys k Co., demand an edition of ten thou
sand copies ot isassett s Lives or Lincoln and
Hamlin: so lone as this state of tuintrs con
tinues we have no doubt they will feel "aa-
inoniea to continue printing, see their au
Tertisement. Ths Brotherhood. We have received Tht
Brotherhood, a neatly bound and printed vol
ume, from Appleton & Co., being a presenta
tion of the Driucioles of Oddleliowahin with
a history in brief of certain biblical charac
ters, making up quite an interesting work
for those whose proclivities are in the direc
tion ot trie, volume betore us.
Tim Stabbing Affray of Sunday Aftkr-
s)oojf. John FttBgorald. who, our readers
proDauiy remeruDer, staooed Michael Lloyd,
in a difficulty nt the corner of Second and
aniitb-streets, last cunduy olternoon, was ex
amined before Judge Lowe, vesterdav morn
ing, ana committea to Jail in delimit ot bail
in the Bum of $1,000, for his appearance to
answer the charge before the next term of
the Uourt ot Common 1'leos.
Proceedings of the County Commission
rrs. At the reeular diurnal session of the
County Commissioners held yesterday morn
inir, the County Commissioners passed orders
amounting in the aggregate to $49 60; of
woica ,u ou were paia to joaa vogie ior
blacksmitbing at the Lick Run Lunatic
Asylum; $15 to the Young Men's Bible So
ciety for fifty Bibles for the Jail, and $11 30
to Schaetfer ft Bushel for turning for the
uourt-nouse. Apart irom tue aoove no Dugi
ness ot importance was transacted.
MiiTitra of tbi Board or Park Com
MissioNiiRS. The Board of Park Commis
sioners, appointed by the Superior Court,
beld their farst formal meeting at the office of
the cudteye estate insurance Company,
yesterday morning at ten o.clock, all the
On motion, vv. A. Adams was anrjointed
r resident, ana cnas. Keemeiin, secretary.
Mr. Reemelin was also appointed a com
mittse to examine the Feriruson law. and
report the powers of the Commissioners under
it, and likewise to prepare a programme of
The President was authorized to confer
with parties having relatives buried in the
II- l ' . Tl , ... . . 1
nuDiuKwn rura, wua a view to me re
moval of their remains.
On motion, the Board adiourned. to meet
nn lliinil.v mnvnini.l lan n'ulnAl.
Tui Rbcsnt Odtraob ON FlFTB-BTRKKT
John Eckert, Lyman Robb and Theodore
and Silas Bonner, who, It is alleged, bo bru
tally outraged the person of Mrs. Sarah Fos
ter, a lew uiguts agu, on r luu-trcreet. Detween
Main and Sycamore, were before the Police
court yesterday morning tor examination,
Although the-woman found very little sym
pathy among the loungers and shysters at
this apology for a temple of justice, the case
was mode out to the satisfaction of the Court.
and the parties were committed in default of
bail in the sum of $1,000 each for their ap
pearance before the next term of the Criminal
Court. There are individuals that look like
men, some of whom pretend to be lawyers,
who think an unfortunate woman can nave
no sensibilities, and use their positions to
ask such persons when they appear before
laoui Nil siiiw vi ruuo nun impertiiieuii ques
tions. A circumstance of this kind occurred
yesterday morning, and it affords us an op
portunity to suggest that, although a woman
may not be refined, or even chaste, she nev
ertheless deserves, ana snouia receive trom
all men, courteous treatment. , . "
l ; "i - . .
IAnoTHKB Sl'DDRN DSMISR AT THI ClIJlM SO
CIAL Hospital Dhatu from th Practici
or Phlebotomy. -Last Tuesday morning, a
young man named cnarles uomminger, re
siding at yo. U4 gucneye-sireet, ieu some
what ill, and went to a barber-shop in the
neighborhood and permitted himself to be
blecL The practice of phlebotomy, which
now, thank Heaven, is almost universally
deprecated, proved, as it Invariably does,
very unsuccessful, and in consequence of
Bouie previous excesses, nastenea a violent
attack of dtlirium h ement.
lYesterday morning he was taken to the
Commercial Hospital, and about an hour
after was found with his head lvinir over the
edge of the bed in the most unnatural and
uncomfortable position. Upon examination.
one of the attendants discovered that be was
dead, and Coroner Carey was called in to
nom an inquest upon tne noay.
The deceased was a brewer, and was cm-
ployed in the establishment of Mr. Koehler,
n.i nni.lr.ul,uul n.i.lh. ITu i. I' I .1
Ht was a native of Wirtembere, .unmarried.
about twenty-five years of age, and had re
sided in this city nearly four-fifths of that
inie. a pon mortem examination or tM
body was held, and after hearing the test!-
mony the Jury returned verdict of death
frf-n deliruu trmmr, the habitual use of in
toxicating liquors being the remote, and
mjuuiciuus uiueuiujf tue iiuiueuiate, cause.
0 clock. Banmrter,
7 A. M .....yj.ll
12 M .........M.W
r. m .. n.36
The Street Sensation of the Season—A Little
Boy's Life Saved by a Little Prima
Donna—Adalina Patti a Heroine in Actual
A day or two since a handsome and ala
gantly-dreesed little boy, five or six years of
age, was crossing our crowded fourth-street,
and, attracted by some object on the other
am., uuiea to see tne street railway car com
ing rapidly toward him. The driver seemed
equally unconscious of the little bright-eyed
fellow s position on the track; and the horses,
rattling over the pavement at unchecked
f'wu. hgiu iww wiuiiu twu icct ut mo over
A smile was plavintr round the bov'a liiw
for he had seen his mother comintr out of a
jewelry store; and she at the moment recog-
izca mm ana nis imminent danger.
The eletrant tariv'a cheek- hhinrharl. anil
her eye was riveted in horror upon the snot
where her first-born, her onlv child, atnnr)
almost nndcrnenth the hoires' feet,
one could not speaK, nor move: she was
froien with terror. She seemed to have time
only to utter a prayer for the soul that must
in a moment pans from that crushed and
bleeding form; and her hands were clasped in
-gony aa sue saw, and could not save, the
ibject that was dearer 4o her than life:
precious to hor as promised Heaven.
nne naa ceasea to nope; sne bad lorget to
prav. Her eve was swimminir from tha truth.
ering view of the unacted tragedy, and awild
scream oi despair, sucn as announces tne
breaking of the heart; the eternal severance
of life and love, was rising to her lips, when
oenoiu, a nine lorin uarig uxe ngntning
from the opposite side-walk; catches the child
in its arms just as the horses' feet cast the
dust upon his faultless toilette, and places
him safe and unhurt by his mother's side.
"Thank God 1" in a suppressed voice, more
an exhalation than an exclamation were the
only uttered words that fell from the mother's
Again the little figure rustled back with its
silken folds and expanse of crinoline, and
was lost among the gay promenaders ere the
mother could determine to whom she was
indebted for the preservation of her child.
She remembered only a deep, dark eye, suf
fused with tenderness; a soft cheek in which
a new bud of determination had unfolded in
crimson beauty; a pair of carmine lips parted
with heroic purpose and nothing more.
ine nitting ngure was line a vision, not to
be remembered, never to be recalled. It
seemed as if some good angel had descended
in answer to the mother's prayer, and
snatched the innocent child from the out
stretched hand of death.
All passed off in one-tenth less time than
It has required to relate it indeed, it was
iuv w ura. ui a moment-
The rinulc in the stream of life was an ranid
in its subsidence that few of the thronsr ob
served it; and they who saw tho incident
couia not understand its termination. They,
too, looked for the little figure that had
rushed before the horses' feet, and then hast
ened away: but it was lost to them as to the
pnicui pniucu aim UUSIUAHU griALUUUB.
They who, a minute after, observed the
hicbtened coior and the peculiarly lustrous
eye of that girl-like figure, knew not the
cause; and more than one who paused to
to murmur of the pet prima donna as she
passed, "Adalina Patti is indeed beautiful, is
she not?" dreamed not how the consciousness
of that noble act had filled her frame with
Dear Adalina, amid all your triumphs on
the operatic stage; thoueh you be smothered
with flowers, and deafened with the plaudits
of thousands of listening worshipers, hang-
nig iu uciiKu. upou .your BLiverjr tones, no
moment of your life will, or can. be
prouder than that in which you saved a life
so loving and so loved, and returned the
sister angels of Hope and Joy to a mother's
Dosom, wiiere tne dam nend, Despair, bad
already entered, to be cast out forever by the
exorcism of a divine impulse and a generous
Sheriff's Sales of Real Estate. At the
regular weekly sule of real estate by the
Sheriff, which took place yesterday mornintr.
in tne rotunda at tne court-nouse. thirty
eight pieces of property were offered, and al
though the attendance was largo, only
tweaty-uue wereaisposea oi, as iouows:
Four lots on the west side of Elm-street
near the Hamilton-road, each 25 feet front
oy & to a ten toot alley; being lots los. 210,
220, 221, and 222. in J. D. Wheeler's subdi
vision. Valued at $8. and sold to John Swa-
sey tor sa M per front toot.
Lot ino. iu ot tne woodward f ree liram-,
mar School subdivision, on the west side of
sycamore-street, norm of Abigael, being 20
ieet irom Dy uu deep, v aiued at $3,ouo, tor
lease and improvement; sold to James Hunt
Lot on the east side of Race-street, next
south of Jewish Church lot, 50 feet by 90 to
an alley; being a lease for fourteen years
from August 28, 1847, with privilege of pur
chase at $i9 per front foot. Valued at $2,500
for lease and improvements; sold to Nicholas
bongworth tor 1,607. -Lot
odioinintr the above, beinc lease of 14
years, from July 17, 1848, with privilege of
purcnase, at bJ 60 per tront toot; valued at
2,300 tor lease and improvements; sold to
mcnoias Longwortn, tor 1,001.
Lots Nos. 7. 14, 17 and 18, in Hollistcr,
Denham and Carroll's subdivision, each val
ued at $49 50; sold to Joseph Bates, tor $33
Also, lots Nos. 24, 25. 20. 27, 28, 30 and 31,
in same subdivision; valued at $90 75; sold to
William Winters, for $60 50.
Also, lots Nos. 38 and 39, in the same sub
division; valued at 1J7 do; sold to the same,
for $91 67.
Also, lot No. 29, in the same subdivision:
valued at 49 00; sold to tne same, tor $33,
Steam Fird-Enoinrs Pittsbdro Chal
lenges the World. Kaye k Co., of Pitts
burg, have been building some Steam Fire
engines which they think can not be beaten,
aud therefore they publish the following
challenge in a late number of the Dispatch of
mat city :
"There has been considerable excitement
among the members of the Fire Department
ana otners, recently, in relation to tne com
parative throwing? powers of the new steam
fire-engines, Niagara and Eagle, and on
Monaay a cauiienge was extended to tne
builders of the Niagara, by a srentlemon
claiming to have been authorized by mem
oers 01 tne Miagu, to test tne turowing powers
of the engines. This challenge was accepted,
tlje builders of the Niagara backing her for
oue hundred dollars to throw two hundred
and thirty feet, or beat the Eagle in distance
thrown through similar nozzles. The Eagle
havincr failed to back their first offer, we will
bock the Niagara for the same amount, or
more, against any engine of the same weight
in the United States, (not excepting the Eagle
which is heavier), to throw a stream of any
given size to a greater distauc. Weight of
Niagara fonr thousand pounds."
We have some personal' knowledge of
Messrs. Kaye It Co., and have seen some of
tneir engines, and admitting tuat they are
very good and will do well enough for Pitts
burg, we do not believe they can compete
with some that are numbered in onr Fire
Department. We doubt not they ca.i be ac
commodated, if particularly anxious that the
power of the Niagara should be tested, and
reel yery certain that in every thing that ap
pertainavto a first-class engine ours will prove
Killintq Titles in Ireland. Killing comes
natural in Ireland; half the places in Ireland
begin with kill. There is Kilboy (for all
Irishmen are called boys), and what is more
uumauly, there is Killbriile; Killbarron, after
the landlords; Killbarrack, allot- the English
soldiers; Kilcrew, fur the navy; Killb.'itain,
for the English proprietors; Killcool, for de
liberate murder; and Killmore, if that is not
Paoino Race at Memphis. The nacin
match for $2,000 between "Cautain Kinnev
and "Jim ReiUy," came off overthe Memphis
Course nn Saturday, and was won by "Kin
ney." Time, aV37; S:32i; 2:33)i; 2:34K. The
second heat waa won by "Jim ReiUy, in
2:32K. and the other three bv "Captain Kin
ney," who went in harness while the other
horse went under saddle. - -
At nine o'clock this morning, J. draff 4;
Co. sey. jewelry, e at IS a. lg East Fourth,
street, and at ten o'clock a quantity of good
furniture, set aaverusemeut.
Wood's Theater. There was a ghostly
andtenoa at this aatabllshment laat avanlnir. and on.
of tha worst performance, w. er.r aaw. H 1.8 A lira
Branlan ftiad. kf r flrat appaaranca, In thli city, In
tha oharactsr of Paulina," In tha play of the
ssossfa's Brii: Tha drama Itself la a bora ; Hi
representation waa inflnltaly wore., and neither had
slnfto redeeming feature. Tha aVmlaaAi haa a
sweat voice and a sweeter name Alices-and this,
so far ae we oonld judge- from her impersonation laat
eraolag, Is about all that can ba aald la her favor.
Tht.er.nlDg Mlaa Hannah Slmmonewlll have a
eomplimemtary benefit, apon which occasion she
will appear as "Lady day Spanker" In tha comedy
of leiwfaa) Aaaarej wee, the neiihrmailoa eonclndlug
with Taa afaa-fras. In which Officer Raany, of this
ity, and David Hay, of Indianapolis, will appear.
Smith ft Nixon's Hall. Sanford had a
good audience laat night, and hia comlcalitife seem
to be highly appreciated. The company will per
The Ohio, opposite this port, continued to
recede gradually yesterday, having docllned during
tha twenty.four hours ending laat evening about
Ight or nine Inches, leaving a channel-depth be
tween hare and Louisville of something over fifteen
feet. Tha condition vf the river at Pittsburg, yea.
tcrilay noon, was live feet one lucli aad falling.
Til. weather vmirerHnv enntf ntird warm and flultrv:
the tenineratura holtiehlali.r than for several ilavs
previous. The sky waa clouded at times, and there
were coniinueu itinirniions 01 rain.
The Landing yeateriiay morning waa fairly active,
hut in the afternoon otilte dull. About twentv
steamer, atill lay at the city wharf, and a portion of
inemweie receiving irciaut, wuicn conlinilcu scarce
at tturh irregular rales that we refrain from giving
uuotatioita. The boats are taking freight at almost
any price ror which they can make a bargain.
The rlvor ut Loui.vtlle waa at a stand on Wedncs.
day, with six feet one Inch water In the canal ill tho
evening. During the previous twenty-four houra.
ana we may aua lorty-eignt Hours, It naa not varied
an Inch. The weather had become clear and de
lightful, though rather warm.
The Cumberland, at Na-hville, on Wednesday waa
falling tost, with leea than aoven feet water on
The Uim liinz Green I. tied un at Rvansvilla. and
will be sold by the Uherlff there in about two week..
Boats Changed lANns.-The owneraof tho Brace,
let, now In the Kvannvllle Hue, and the Lancaster
no. 4, piyiua w 01. ijoum. nave awappea Doats, tue
latter receiving some boot, but tho amount haa not
yet been determined. Tho sale and Mum la to be de
cided by retereos.
i4meab.Tacubritrader. Louisville: Bostona. Ports-
Mallle List, Wheeling: Poland. Louisville: Courier!
Whecllna: Ilnnleitli. Neville: W I. M.rl.v. Put..
burg; Kanawha Valley. Kauawha Itivor; Magnolia,
Slaysvllle; John Laddell, Pittsburg.
xienoniiri jiicod ointaer, AjOuisviiic; Bostona,
,uiiBuwn,ii, riiuew. dimiiivii, rumuu, r uteuurK,
Hallio List. Luuiaville: Ohio No. X Marietta:
1iniuunn, i-iKfluurg, rnirie nunp, oi. unms; Oliver
Moon, Memphis; N. W. Thomas, Maw Orleaus; Dim-
Hannah Stewart v. Chas. Warren. The
evidence in this case proceeded before Judge
A deposition was read, in which the depo
nent stated he should not believe Mrs. Stew
art under oath.
Evidence was also introduced to show that
Mr. Warreu was regularly at his own house
at meal hours.
Rebutting evidence was introduced on the
part of plaintiff.
Mrs. Mortimer, Mrs. McKinn and Anna
Ropp testified that her reputation for truth
The janitor at Reeder's Building testified
that he used to see Mr. Warren cominc iu.
sneaking round the buildiup- with his hat
over nis eyes; ana wnen ne came in tor sup
per alter tne incaier was over, witness used
to hear Mrs. Stewart calling her son Henry to
get tue pepper ana salt.
Mrs. otowart was rocallea tor tne purDOBe
of rebutting statements of Mr. Warren in
relation to charges made against her in his
The Court intimated that they could not
permit this testimony to be gone over again
Mrs. Stewart I am sorry Judtro. that I
can not go over this, as I want to show what
tins man nos being doing tor the last six or
Court. That haa been pretty well proven
already. rLautrhter.1 '
Mr. Jordan ana Judge Key addressed the
Jury for the plaintiff; Col. Henderson and T.
A. Logan for the defense. The Jurr will bo
R. D. J. Handy t. B. Ehrmann. Trial be
fore Judge Collins, to recover $295 for fees
for conductiiitr a suit atrainst certain oarties
at 1 enow curings.
It waa admitted the charcres were reason
able, but the defense was that plaintiff was
to have a contingent fee of one-half the
Verdict for plaintiff for $2U0.
Rosanna Searieht Hamilton vs. W. Wil-
liamson. Executor of J. Searitrht. Contest of
a win on tne ground 01 incompetency.
before judoe uallon. ine state tuj. An
drew Brannon. The lury found the defendant
mlty ot an assault with intent to kill Peter
Citv Council Yesterday's Proceedings.
The City Council met at the usual hour yes
terday afternoon. President Goodson in the
Chair. The miuutes of the previous meet
ing were read, aud atler Deing somewhat
amended, were approved.
Mr. Allnut presented the second quarterly
report of the City Physician, which exhibits
tne loiiowing as tne numocr ot cases treated
during tnat period:
Irish M .... -....-........-..-..........,....
German M -..........
A great number of small bills were allowed.
and the amount of the claims of the street
An old claim of A. H. Herod for $636.
caused a long discussion, and was finally dis
posed 01 Dy payiug 4iiu, ana referring the
remaining portion to tne committee on Law
An Ephemeral Reformation. At the
meeting of the Council, previous to the lost,
it was agreed that all Bpeaking should be dis
pensed with, and the result was that a great
amount of business was transacted. Yester
day, however, one or two of the ipeaking
membrt exhibited early indications of a de
termination to ventilate themselves, and
give the city the worth of the dollar they re
ceive. They appeared conscientious about
the matter, ana na doubt felt a delicacy in
taking; that amount for an hour's services.
which is about the time required for an ex
clusively Dusiness session, iney conse
quently saia mucb and did utile.
Important Arrest. A man named Chris
topher Gurtridcre. who resides id the uppei
part of this countv. was arrested on Tuesdav
lust, charged with violating the person of his
brother's wife. Ire was indicted at Inde
pendence, day before yesterday, but, at his
request, was broutrht to this city for trial.
The offense is alleged to have been commit
ted on the 27th of May last, though, strange
to say, she never revealed it till lost Tues
Chain-oano. Eight balls and chains, de
signed for the use of the chain-gang, were
furnished to the Street Commissioner yester
day. Hereafter, we suppose, the greater por
tion ot our vagrants will De put to work: on
the streets, rather than be allowed to lie in
jau, as formerly.
. Railroad Accident. The engine on a
freight train, on tho Louisville, Lexington
and Frankfort Railroad, exploded day before
yesterday, near Frankfort, killing the en
gineer and fireman, neither of whose names
are known to us. -
Cochran, the Medical Confidence Man.
ueo. coenran, tne individual wno committed
the recent burglaries of surgical instruments.
Ac, will have an examination before Mayor
ruicy, to-uav. - '
Police Court. Three vaxr rants were sen.
tenced to twenty days each, on bread and
water, Dy Mayor Holey, yesterday.
r Police Court. A female named Barton
was fined $2 and costs yesterday, by' Mayor
Jlawkins, tor throwing a bucketof eld water
on a man named opeekman. She will pro-
uauiv try not water ncit nine.
NEWPORT NEWS. The Second Match Between Flora Temple
and George M. Patchen—The Great Two
Mile Trot—Patchen Victorious in Two
The result of the two-mile trot between
Flora Temple" and "George M. Patehen,"
on the Union (L. I.) Course, on Tuesday, for
$1,000 aside in harness, baa already been
stated by telegraph. '-The race was attended
by 12,000 or 15,000 people; the day fine, and
r lora ' the favorite, with bets of 100 to
40 on the mare. Wednesday' New York
Tribune gives these particulars :
" Patehen" looked erandly. showing1 bloom
and spirit, and that he was in condition
drawn to a feather's nicety. - One might
well have deemed him worthy to race for a
man's life as a stake. -
After their appearance, nearly an hour
elapsed ere the crowds that flocked around
the hortK could find entire satisfaction in
the indulgence of their admiration for the
noblest twain of speedy ones ever paraded
to view. .
But every thine must have an end. and at
length both admiration and patience are ex
hausted. Every ear waits to hear tho warn
ing bell, and at length that comes, and the
blankets are stripped, and the eager eyes of
the champion catch animation from the
sound of the surging masses that give way
for the rendezvous at the stand and scoring
ground. Away the horses start for their pre
liminary trot. vWailo all this goes on the
multitude look on and grow eager. And
this, too, ends at last, aud it is proclaimed
that "Patehen" has the pole. Away go the
horses for the start. After one attempt they
get olf nt the second very evenly and make
a rusn ior tne icau. cm "1'atcncn, ' witn tne
inside, can outfoot the speedy little mare
round the turn, and ho draws in front and
leads to the quarter pole in hand, going
easily but with a telling stride. Once fii tho
straight work ot the tar side, he quickened
pace and strode away.gaily, with the little
mare near. Then they went on to the middle
of the stretch, when "Flora" moved up and
seemed to strive well for the lead, but Tal
man roused the big one, and he opens out
tnat long rate tnat covers uie ground like the
wind sweeping the clouds.
His quickened pace tells on the mare, and
carries her off her feet. She once in the air
on the prance, the horse opened out a lead
of three or four lengths, and McMann strug
gles bard to bring t lora out ot ber break
and settle her back to work and steadiness.
bre this is done, Talman has broutrht his
norse up to tne aau-mue pole, w nn a quick
eve. he sees his power over "Flora." 11ml
takes his horse in hand and goes steadily but
easily, round the turn, leaving to "Flora" all
that she could wish to do to get up to him
at the end of the turn, and be ready to brush
WAV u A ULI.MV1I Mf-r VLJ V Obi 1J AAV num V
As they swept off the turn on to the
stretch, "Patehen" had a lead of a length,
and tins be beld to steadily, and a rattling
pace, in which she could not head him, led
tnem up to tne stand, finishing the first mile
in 2 minutes 23 seconds. This mile done,
into the second they rush, and Talman driv
ing uis uuiac a imie wiue to carry aim eaguy
round the turn. McMann saw his chance, and
pulled his mare back and shot in on the in-
siao tor a pass on tne shorter turn. Hut l al
man was not to be caught. In the flash of
au eye ne arew nis norse Dock, ana rlora
was forced to be taken in hand and palled
out. Round the turn he was too much for
her, and he came to the quarter pole with a
lead of a length and a half.
This point gained, aud "Flora," rested up
irom tne quiet way in wnicn sne came round
the turn, was ready for a brush, and at once
dashed into a burst of speed that in five and
twenty rode broutrht ber up to "Patehen."
The trick was so neatly and quickly done
tnat ne was carried on nis legs, ana went sky
scraping with the look of a badly-beaten
norse, as tne lime pet opened on a wide gap
of four or five lengths, and there was but
little more than a half mile to go. What
horse could catch "Flora" and beat her in
half a mile with such a lead to overcome'?
The break was bad, and the ground lost
looked fatal to all his hopes. The steady
Talman. however. hrinuB him to his word.
ana nis lonir. low rate bemns to draw him tin
to the mare, when, ill fuckl away he flies
again into tne air, ana oft speeds "f lora
until she leads at least five lomrtlis.
When she reached the half-mile pole, Tal
man naa once more got ' f atcuen down, and
in nis stride Dntseeminglv hopelessly bebmd.
and with the race gone; but Talman seemed
to ininK otnerwise. ana wnen nis norse bad
cooled down to steadiness, he roused him up
to a setuea raining oruBn, ana tne gap began
to close. His pace drew on her so quickly,
mat sne seemea to come dock to mm. un.
on, he 'Went, no faltering;, no dwelling, no
swerving, -no breaking, but In all steadiness,
and brimful of sranie. The turn was made:
the mare caught, at the pole, collared and
now oegan tne grand struggle lor tne beat.
The quarter-mile is yet to be done, and a
loner strife alone is to trive the lead. Both
begin their work as if they knew its import
ance, ana tne value 01 tne result. Away
they went head and head; yard by yard the
horse works up half the distance covered.
and he bus her head and head. And now
the pace tells on her. She shows distress;
her ears go down on her poll; her toil
flirts; the horse is drawing ahead, and the
last resort ig now the whip, and forth it
comes. A diow is made by McMann, but
the blow found nothing in tne mare. The
call was in vain. It should have routed her
to one of her flights of speed, but the pace
Ua.l .Un ,l,n H I , U 1 V. 1.1
only threw her off her feet. Ho! the race is
done, the mare is over-matched, the horse
strides away three open lengths; another
blow and the mare makes a race, but the
even gallop is In vain, and "Patchen'g" long,
steady stride whirls him away home, and he
passes the score two lengths ahead in 4m.
53Ksec, amid the shouts of the thousands
and the dismay of "Flora's" friends and
backers. , . . . .. .
The betting now changed, was 100 to 40 on
"Patehen." Scrutiny snowed "Flora" dis
tressed, but not so "Patehen." The race was
deemed over, barring' an accident, and bet
ting seemed to enliven the hour, "Flora's"
friends looked gloom and dismay.' At length
the call is made and the nags come again for
The Second iu(. Tho show of the mare
was poor, her eyes looked heated, she was
still all wet, and had not dried oft. It was
cleur she hod been overdone. She was not
fully herself, and not fit to go the distance.
It needed no prophet to tell the result. The
race wag "Patchen's," and one might name
the odds at all Lombardy-street to an orange,
for "Patehen" came to tne score with bis coat
all dry and blooming, with bis eye bright and
his ear playing back and forth, and spirit
showing in every look and motion.
At the second attemptfthey got away, and
"Patehen" at once showed in tront and lead
by a length to the quarter pole. - Here
"Flora" moved up and lapped in front, and
bad a look of drawing out clean; but the
long stride of the stallion, into which he had
settled, forced him up. and soon his trround
was recovered, and at the middle of the
stretvn nis nose came out in tue lead, and
soon he was at the half-mile pole. Around
the turn he lead, gaining steadily, and when
he had reached the straight stretch, wag in
front a lenarth and a half., t - . , s
Steadily both' worked up, and, without
change, passed the judges, finishing the first
mile in 125. Dashing away from the turn,
McMann again attempted to steal a march
and get on the inside, but in . vain.: The
former attempt bad tauirhl Talman a lesson.
and be shut the mare out and kept her at
Day on nis outer side, t ee turn was easily
done, and he came to the quarter pole with
a lead of a length. Here a show was made
by "Flora" of bruph, but all her game was
gone. , , , .
The effort once mode, and the power to do
the work beinar cone, she drooped back, and
both went quietly to the half-mile pole,
"Patehen" In tlA lead three lengths. This he
carried round the turn, held It steady no the
run home, and came to the stand an easy
winner by thirty feet, in four minutes and
fifty-seven and a half seconds., , .
- e res
ult- urav iu s.oiaw: i, .
0. Talman'a b. A. "(leorge at. Patcben,"M...i
1. HuMann'a b. m. "flora Temple,". 1
, Viral W
Monetary and Commercial.
Though there was no particular briskness
in financial circle, yesterday, tha Bankara Informed
ns that they wore more occupied and had a better
domand for Money yesterday than on Wednesday.
Currency was In good supply, however, and wa
heard of no scarcity any where.
Kaatern Exchange waa unaltered oontlnutna-
rm at H buying and S pram, selling rata.
Gold and New Orleans Ibiehaoae were atlll dull.
and we heard of no transactions or consequence,
Tncurrent Money waa without change, end Time
bllle ware in demand, but vary scare. .1 praaent.
Thahi.hee hranri. of slour wsre la moderate de
mand yesterday and rate, steady: the aalaa reaching
iiki brls. extra at 14 wioW 73, the latter for while
wheat. In superfine Klonr nothing waa done, and
price, ware nominal. Whisky waa In better no.ue.1
aud rates were .'a higher.
Provisions continued to Improreand large transac
tions occurred in bulk Meats; nai.iati lbs. Shoulders
nd Hides selling Tor 7 aud vc., and -W hliae. riaea ai
U U..I....I I. .I.UH..I-U. Uhl.h.r .1 lh. 1-ll.H.
Bacon waa held more firmly, and the tone of the
market Indicated that Hide, could not have, been
purchased except in small lota at loc., though 8honld
era were offered freelv at He. Mess Pork sold at "17 75
for llountrv anil f la for Meaa, with a stronger feeling
inconsequence oi new lora auvicea. Aaruwae qui.,
but 17.', brls. were dl.poecd of at II '.c.
In Molasm there were larae transactlone at lira
4V., generally the latter prions, and at tha close toe.
waa axked. Cotlee waa moro brlak, and Sugar in
Wheat and Corn continued dull; Bye waa heavy
and lower; while Oats and Harloy were firm.
The Imports aud Eipurta of various art Idea during
tha twenty .four houra ending yestarday noon were:
Imnorin Barley. 23 bushels: Butter. Sfl nmckagea:
oni,4,ri.1bunhols; i;h,eae,7ta boxes; CorToo.s bags;
f I'm,, v., oi ii.) , --. I'Hie.i nog. ,.-,,, 1,,-HII, Lin III,
rsvbrl.., and 11 keg.; Mida.se, aa brls.) Malt, S,7.r,i
ousneis: uata, 7dt) ousneis: font ana Macon, 7 mills.,
bnxes, 3: Pntatoo., 1,1-tii bushel.; Sugar 41J hhds.;
Wheat, 4,27 bushels; Whisky, I,l9 brie.
norfBarlay, .IRK bushels: Butter, 10 package;
flanilloe, 30 boxes; Coru, .) bttahela; (Jheeae, 977 boxos;
I'-offee, 3ti Iimk.; Klour, 5'.al brls.; Lard, 2M brl. ,
i kegs; Molasses, 1K4 brls.; Pork and Bacon. 308
hhds., ft tierces: Potatoes, 22n bushels; Sugar, 123
hbils.. Salt, aoi (iris.; Wheat, 14e bushels; Whisky,
Tho following Is a comparative statement of the
exports (exclusive of spocio) from New York tofor-
Ign ports for the past week and since January 1:
issn. i n.to. i unit.
For the week tl.732.i.l Si.uoo.im2 Sl.s7l.727
Prev. reported s,w,su s7,u)i,4M an.rtis.MO
Since Jan. 1 S2e,6l2,2.10 828,501,478 S37,Wll,tKM
Tuesday'i New York Stock market Is thus referred
to in Wednesday's TWbtme:
The features of the Htock market were not Import.
ant to-day. Tho dullness noticed for tha laat few
days continues, and price, are slightly depressed
At tno 3CCODU tioara tnero was ratuer more activity
hut the tendency of auotationa waa atlll downward.
Midsummer apathy appears to be sotting in earlier
nan usual, ami tncre is a disposition among opera
ors to close utj their linos nreoaratorv to their usual
summer jannta. Tbla ia more observable among
outside operators thau among tha regnlar etreet job
ber.. The impresHlou appears to be quite general
that a dull aeaaon of a month or two la impending,
nut we nave aoen in our experience very auouen
changca In tho Stock market- which havo DUt all
calrnTuttons at di-Hance.
The western snares were Inrected by tne neavl
neas in Galena, which fell off under the small traflc
of the first week. Illinois Central had a apecial
canne of weakness in the apprehension of a aew
call on the stock to provide means for the pay
ment of the remaining Freeland Bonda lading
due In September. It appears that the new Issue of
Donas noes not meet wiin success, anu me proueoui
ty ia strong that a stock call must be resorted to.
It appears somewhat strange that, with auch a
buoyant market for rallrood bonds aa we have had
for eome time past, that the A'ioAl V cent bonds of
tins Company, ttue in l-ioo, ana securea oy tue aneo-
.ui. voiuimuv, uur iu i-w,. auu kvuihj or toe w
uto pledge of tho uncalled capital oi the Comnanv
noon which 73 41 cent, has alreaov been nald. cannot
ne e-.ua to tne extent ot 3i,doo.oii(i at par. ma secur
ity certainly is abundant, the money to be received
wines out debt of an eoual amount, and the new
bonds are receivable in payment for the calls npot
tne aiocg. we iuiuk e4,uuu,uuu can yet oe caueu.
Wednesday's New York Times eays of Tueaday'a
There Is no chanao In Money ratea to-day. or In
the vniterAl arm, of .umtlv both at call and for dis
counts. Tho Boston steamer to-morrow will have
Smo.ooo in gold, eeut from this city by express, and
nt , tl . i' in... A 1 .... v-
change on London was good to-day, principally for
uuoa account, ana rovn percent, net, ana lov-, less
a sixteenth to the bill brokere, were tha rates paid.
On nearly all the Continental polnte the inquiry waa
llaht. and A.M-)f. waa asain aocented on 1'aria bv
one or more oauKiug-noueea, oinere aeging 9.141.
THURSDAY EVENING, June 14.
FLOUR A moderate demand for the blither
grade, and, for ftucli, the market is steady. The
sales comprise wto brls. extra at Si) lttftfl 7ft, the latter
rate for white wheat, bu per tine is nominal.
WHISKY -A better iloniRuil, aud prices He.
hi hor. The sales were 900 brls. at Ui7!sc; the
latter rnto for wagon.
PU0VIB10Nt4-The market contlimo to Improve,
and a Urge bun I nuns wan done in bulk Meats to-day.
i ne saitis reacninc 7iu,imi pounds, at 7 aua vc. ior
Shoulders aud Bides, and 00 hhds. Sides at 9ic.
woken. Homers asked, mo. luiiner at tue rioee.
Bacon Is hold with moro lirmnoHs, and thn indica
tions are that purchasers to any extent could not be
made at 100. fur Bldns, but Hhoulders are offered
pretty freely at Sc. mUes are generally held at lOHc
a snin oi .k nnus. at ioc. juu Darrein mess rora soiu
at Die at Mnysvllle, and 100 barrel country mess,
here, at &17 7b. Tho ieeltna in mess Purk la etronimr
owing to the advices from Mew York, whore there is
a largo business doing Lard is qulot; 17ft barrels
sold at ll'hc.
anoCKRIES-Thero has been a large business
done In Molasses since last report, sales reaching 1.5O0
brls.. at 44(av43c chiefly at the latter rate; and at
the clone there were no sellers below 4tc. K Bond
demand for Sugar with sales of 240 hhds. at (tf.yc.
for common to Drlme. OofTee morn active, with
sales of 4tr0 bags at Rfoilftc., the latter rate for
choice Klo and la-aguayra. itioe The market ia
n in ,vjiffl,.r;(:. a
k'HEAT The market continues dull: buvemrfaie
still contending for lower prices, and holder ftJ
withdrawing their tUock, being unwilling to inakop
any further ron cautions. We quote prices nouuiuu.
at 51 um Id fur Ked, and HI l(oH zn for WhitoT t ,
tue niarKei was amu ana ar ueuneu ic.
Shelled is l.mited, at NW.i.W. fnr mixed aud white:
salon 2,1110 bushels fcar at x. 300 do. at ;c.
OATS The demand continues good, with light receipt!--we
quote them at 4vc., In bulk.
EYE The market Is dull, and prices lower; we
quote prime at tjoMvo.
BAKLEY The demand for prime fall is good, and
the market is Arm, at 86c.; fair to good is dull, at
7iVaoc, Harloy Malt is Arm, and in fair demand, at
HAY The market Is steady, and the demand fair
at $ per tun for prima Timothy, in bales, on ar
rival, and Slfrfailtf loose in wasons.
CHEESE The duniand is fair and tha m.rkt
mead y at 7(0.7 c. ror western Reserve.
3LTTKB The demaud for the prime qualities is
good, and the market is Arm at (a,2a. tor nrime
yellow Central Ohio; inferior aud light colored aro
dull at 7(aiyc.
POTATOES The demand is fair at 91 &OA,l 7ft per
on. ior prime .noriuero, aua i(a,i o ior common.
New York Market.
Niw Yobe, June 14 F. M. Ashes market
oontfnnas dull: sak-s 76 brie. Pots at (3 304, and X)
Dris. raaris at 90 to.
Gottou dull, heavy aud irregular: sales 1 ,300 bales
Mfddltna Ur-laud nomiual at In.
Flour markiit haavy and irracrular, holdare anzloua
to realize, aud have accepted a decline oi Ac. par brl.j
the demaud, both for export and home consumption,
Is quite moderate: sales V.700 brls. at $6 oy&A 10forsii
pern lie Sl.te; . llKaj 19 ror extra Slate; So.t lliHir
superior Western; $3 I05 30 for common to medium
oxtra Western; $6 6tyft; 7a for shipping brands .xtra
round'hoop Ohio, closing with rather mora export
tnuuiry and a little steamer feeling. Canadian Flour
ia without atriklug change, and demand moderate,
salea &0O brls. at 9.1 30(47 40 lor common to choice
extra. Bye Flour steady, with small sales at $3 A0(3i
4 20 for common to choice superflue. Coru Heal Is in
moderate rouiiest: sales 300 brie, at 93 00 for Jeraey;
S3 7.-(rt3 80 for Braudylvine.
Whisky a shade firmer; sales 473 brie. JlXgJJc.,
chleny at the latter price.
The Wheat market waa haavy aud lower; tha de
mand both for export and home coneumption Is
oulte mialorate: salea of 6,000 bushele primo whit.
Canadian at tl Ml: A, 300 do. No. a Chicago Hprlng at
Si 22; 2,000 do. Racine at Si 23; 6eu do. whit. Mich
igan at HI -VI: Duo do. Amber do. at VI 37; o,0uu do.
winter red Western at Si 3.1; 410 do. whlta Indiana
at HI 49, and 2,600 do. Milwaukle Club at f I atfc-.l Sr
Rye steady: aalee of 2,0110 bushels at sac. delivered.
Barley quiet and nominal. Cora mora plenty, and
fully lc. lower: sales of 43,000 bushele, at A34366C. for
sound shipping; closing at eA(ii7ilc. lot yellow South,
ern. and 7oia72a. for round yellow. Oata are In
limited request at 3$39o. fur Canadian, aud tmgHJc.
for Woateru and Hlate. .
Pork lower aud more active: sales T.AOO brls., part
last even 1 iik, at m 1X4)18 0 for new; (17 ao for old.
meas. Beef quiet aud uuchanged: eoiee 3,200 brls. at
HaA 20 for oouutry prime; 94 MhM for oountry mew:
J-voiluMI ror repacked meas; (ll rvaia SO ror. xtra
nieaa. Piime mesa Beef dull and nouilnal at (l.Viaia.
Beer Hama heavy: sales 60 brls. at (15. Cut Moat,
dull: sales 173 package, at 7H7Mc. for Shoulder,
and vWjMc. for liama. Bacon dull and aomiual.
tard Rrm: aalea 2MI brls. at lia,(lltc.
ButUrdull at httrltio. tor Ohio, aud H20e. for
State. Cheese dull and unchanged at 7llc. for lu
ferior to prime. Coffee remains without striking
chauge: sales of It haga Rio at isho.- let) bags Cosia
Rica at about 14c.; aud 230 bags Cape at 13c ca.u.
Sugar hardly ao Nrra, but there -a still a fair Inquiry
r-revailiug: aalea or 1,000 bhde. at 7ra)7-iAo. for Cuba,
ncludiug fair reAuery at 7c, and 7Jaieko. lor Porta
1. hi - 1 i-
New York Stock Market.
Naw Yobx, June l.Stoek dull and
lower, with bat two or three .xoeptions: fanania,
HUM; Chlrago, Burlingtou ana Qumcy, ;.; UichU
gau Southeru, V1'4, Mlrhlgau Central, 49 j Reading,
40).; Hunson, 47H; JCrie, leH; Mew York Central,
il '-ll Fauitto Mail, Wla. -
Philadelphia, June 14. Flour dull. Wheat
unchanged. Corn closed with an advancing tenden
cy i y.uow 7fe67ao.. Whisky advauoad to aoS
SigouiAB Bdicidi i Obobsia. A iulclde
occurred at Jeneracnton. Qa.. a few dan
iuce. i The deceased, who called himself
liarruton, prooaedeol to tue bank of the Satilla
Rirer. and after, driving a Make in the anud,
placed hi bat thereon. Beourlrj bi left
arm to the Hake bj a et&. he deliberately
out hit throat with a raaor, held in the right
hand, and waf found dead iu that position.
He waa an entire t ranger to the communitj
at Jefl'ersonton, and U described aa having
been a tall man, of rather prepossessing appearance.
A tlOTfON HALF-BT COOPUR Broil M.
Thlrty.elaht Lota of Land In Presley Kemper a
Subdivision.- Will be sold at public anctlon on
WkPNF.SDAT AFTER NOON. June JO. at 1 o'clock,
on tin premt.ee, Thlr'y eight tote of L.ad In Prea
ley Kemper's ftiiMtvlsinn, fronting on the rad lead-'
lng to Walnut Hill.. Theea lota front on MrMlllen,
Boone, Fowler, Wilkinson, Kenton and Srmmes
streets, and are each as feet front by 100 feet deep.
Terms of sale One-third cash, balance In one and
two yean, with eta- par cant, la teres t, earn red bv
mortgage on the premi.ee. Title perfect. Sale posi
tive. Persons wishing to attend thia eata will aaeet
at Walnut Hille-road, near 'he property to be sold.
VOOPEB at HTOKXH, Anrtioawra, . '
)el 14 Kaat lWth-4.
AUCTION HAIJC-BY JACOB OBAFf CO.'
Pawn-broker's Sale Jewelry, Fnrnltura, Ac.,
at Auction. On FRIDAY MOKNIMO, Jan. If, at
o'clock, J. GRAF V (D. will sell, at 18 East
Fourth-st.,a lot of Jewelry and Clothing, by oidac
of a pawn-broker. . . -
ALSO A lot or new Jewelry, in lota to nit tha
ALHO At lOo'clock-A lot of good furniture, Ac. "
ALoO The odila and code ef tha stock of S. J.
John, deoeaaed, by order of the executor.
ALSO The large Furnace aad Fixture. Ko. 9S
East Fourth-st. (jelt) J. OK A Ft?, Aue'r.
Io You Want
ADVERTISE IN THE
GROVER & BAKER'b
NEW AND IMPROVED
SHUTTLE Ott LOCK-STITCH
TMIB BEAT AND ONLY MACHINES IN
. tli mtvrket suitable for U kinds of manuUotur-
log purposes, at the
LOW PRICE OF S50.
G H O V E B As BAKBR,
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
68 WEST FOURTH-STREET
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
Haw rmorad the Biles-room of the
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKING STOVE
From Ho. 333 Tonrtta, to their new itore,
B. W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND ELM.
N. B. Orders for the foundery received m nsnal at
our old stand, No. 333 West Fourth -street, uuttl
further notice. myift-tf
ADVERTISE IX THE
Horn.etliing' -New I
USING NEITHER WOOD, COAL.CHAB- 1
COAL, nor via..
No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat!
To discommode the operator. The best and moat
economical Summer arrangement ex taut. In prao
ical operation every day, at 11 A. M., No. 11. West
ay- bounty Right for sale, , jej-eoaa v
J. C. TOWEES & CO.,
NO. 149 MAIM-aTpggT; ..
OUR DRESS HATH AT S4ANaVf 5 ARB '
uuqualad. . . 1 1 ; .1
HO FT HAT, of tha Boast trade.,' brt' ' 1-
Piti.SU KVi-BX frIKK. . lfljit .
STRAW and LEGHORN HATS, fcr.SrW'T "7-V
ad Boya, of tha lataat etrlee. ;;,Ti -..'-
An Inepection aollclted.
nryUwa I t
n. e 3M cy-y-13 I .
i A. C. PARRY,
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
Baa removed to
GENT FOR STEWART'S
IT'S AIR-MOHT -.J
king-stove. Also agent
urm. ouinmer ana winter uookln:
lor cartere gupanng xtyaraut,
lobbing done with eromptnaaa aud dispatch. .
L & B. BRUCE, J
Street MiikramM Car u OnMlbaa Mas
, t tactnrera.
Vilep'ouy aVirpny'rf A rPbt"bAi1J.
BOAD C'lRU and OMNlBCefag. which w. wlU war. ;
rmu. eunaa in siynj, ntiisn ana auraumty, aua at aa
low price, aa any made 4n the oouutry.
O luce corner of Third and Vlaatrerte. e!4-tl
LAN E & B0DLEY,
MAMurAcTja.aa or -
AND CIRCDLAR SAW-MILLS.
Censer John mmd aVaXfnaarea
No. 6 Weat Fatartk-etreet,
AH B NOW RECEIVING A DDITIONS TO
their large aasortmeut of Wtuchee, J.w.try.
Silv.rwar. and Diamonda.
ALSO-A Sua ea.ortm.nt of Plated Tea Sate ant
luiiory .nn upera-gia
Hunks's Bell and Brass Foundry.
NIXaS WORKS, (formerly George L. Banks.) Mo.
ViO Eaat Swoud-atreet, Clnciauatl. "
BKLL8 KBPTCONSTANTLYON HAND,
or made to order, or any sice up to 8,000.uouuaa.
and ia ehlmea aa wantad. Every variety of Breaa
W ork aud Braaa and Composition Oaatlnga mads to
order. Alao on hand, Babbitt Metel and Spelter ol
der, and every description of atiulahad Mraea Work.
' IRON PIPE AND lTTINeeJ.
Particular attention given to btekaaboal Work, .ewb
aa Wrought-iron Piping aud Fitu-in put up. Stwa
and WaTar Gaugea, Matalio I'acCiug, Wbtall...
Bio were, Kngin. ilelk, Ao. Lasrer-bMr Cocks aad
all other varui tlea al ways on batiu.
TU6MAS FIRTH, HuperlaUadent.
II. P. ELIAS'S
Watcli & Jewelry, House,
16 West Fourth-strest, i,
1VRERK CAN BB HAD IflTRT ARTt-
v v CLk appsrtaiuing to the business, at a niuok
laaa price, r 0 AhH , than ee. ever bXore Um. often
ia thle aaark.t. -
.. nfllTI 'VI A' CALL 1 ,
And ee. fcr yonraalvee. ap!4
ANK ENTELOPB PAPHR.-100 reams
ajttta quality, ou baud and lor sale by
any TTaa4 WaUut-etreei,