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" WArlTS," ' 0K BAUt,1' FOR BUNT."
',(BT," " FOUND," "BOABDINU,',' C.-Ad.
j.ttlssmenu coralim Ddor Own ksaMriirs, not
willn Bva lnm, will be (nsnrted twlcs for iti oentl
XVATl?n-VKST-BA(T10ttH-Al hO Blrh
vw moiid-street. jy3l-b
hi VKBT-BAgTCB8jM Jt
V"ANTKI-W YMt.rUSTMta can ohtaln
Vv ronilaul employment at Of Went 8lth st..
Mnl story. . , . ,. , jl-b
WANTKlF-OIHt,--Todo arncral housework.
Apply Immediately at No. rlti Weet Fifth st.,
net. Walnut and Vino. JySI-b
Aerd 17 v.
to learn a
Apply at 149 Weet Kllib-it.
VATH-T0 WFiNT-A house ami stable at.
vV t.H-li.-d, In the Western nnrt of tlin r.ltv. Ad.
lieufXAKK, 101 Mouucl-st.
.7 " .'by a respectable young lsdv.
this office, staling prlrc and location, jyalb
-Five tlin1nt-rnm bore to
tie Knlniinr Merliitrs Alan
T no to Ohio White Hnlnhnr Hcrlims
nih-IIlllH Uailliil. Aunlv at tlie Waliinl..lMj
House. jj3l-hl llAViS JUAK.HI1.
v v murn. nut i
ith the nrlvjlcee nf tl.n n..i.
rANTHO-IIOY-Fonrteen to sixteen yearn of
. v V ago; limit cine well recommended. Apply.
.' tween 8 and II A. M., at 0IIOVKB BAKKR'rJ
JVM est rourth-st. jy.1l-o
WANTKD t'HAtR-BIAKRRH One fenry and
two uuud'Keut i-liHiriniikere good prlt-ee and
ete,i.y work. Apply at tlic llay-ecaloe, corner Biith
And Vine. jy.ll-b
Twenty good Veat-baetera for a
y liiHChine, and ono buttin-bile mak
ii olio nutiin-liile inaaer. Apply
M. LUWENSCINK A SON'S,
No. ISO I'enrl-etrrt't.
arANTRD-BOARD-A young lady wl.hee a
y Y plenennt plnco to board In a private rcnpectAble
Tinllv, within ten minutes' walk or Vine and
onrth. A'ldraa Mi II. F., tliU office. jy.H-b
WirA'Tf"- BAHfiB or OPKN HVLL.abnnt
yy lifn Icet long. Any one having mich and will
Ing to trndn may. bear of a good bargain by addrees
ing BAItUK, tlilw olllre. jyll-b
"VATEI-lnfonnatlon of Jf ARY MNNKRN
T V luto of liiirtnulioe I'arlih, County Tlpporary,
In-laiid. If elm le In (Mnclnnatl sho can hear of her
let r Miirgnn t at 30 biint r'lfth-it., between Main
and Wyemnore-etw. jy31-b
My two young gentlemen, a ROOM,
althoilt board, in a nrivate family!
lib! ni.t object to go to I'ovington. Bet of refer
eiglvun. Addrew PINGIIEE, thiloRlca.
WANTEII-Five German girls and three Irish
or American girls to till good situations in the
-ity and country. Also, a sninrt Herman boy, lr, or
I years obi. to gi a short ilistauuu into the country.
T'Tnis moderate. Apply at my ollico, 307 Kim
TlWrANTMD-HITIIATION-A g.HKl Prinr
wants a sltniition In the country, ellhfjr a
I n'ssmun, Compositor or Job-hand. Iteferoncoi
t.'itnu ii reiiiireu. Anoress a. u. o., tnisolllco.
- A good business
v man wnuts n s
sitiiiilfiin nj airi.tit tn diutrllmia
Hovernsenienis. nntl solicitor lor a railroad or steam
boat line in the South or Weit. good references
liven. Address II ., Cincinnati. jyjl-h
nrANTI!l A few enterprising persons to on.
Riige in a very profitable and pleasant business,
w here trom S3 to ft'.i a day can bo made, nnd no risk.
Musll) siiituble tor ladiea or gentlemen. Apply to
j r . v.i iiiin-oi., iiium , up sinirs. jy.ii-u
WANTKD-TEN CKNTS-But tho efP f th
Imly fliiiiH'd wlion ho btMniht her to have pity
i;rn his ftgouy. 8ho rffuscil hiin lir plot urn. It
V (is turpi, lit ,MMll(.iN a (irtlli'lV, MQth m id Mnin.
r iincy citeot, m nw pncfw. Mnail pictures ten cents,
WANTED In Covington, npnr the Lnxinston
Ktiilroad Dopct, a DWKLL1NG lUM'HK con.
tiiiintiK about Rix rooms. A(ltlicnt( ttox 1.471, Cin
;iiiuutl Pustottlcfi, or luiiutrn of Mr. Jan. 1. Putton,
Hi HlllUlB"II-r1I. ill 111, 1 UVlUKtOU, jyi-n"1
WANTK1-Ti; CKNT8 A wild joy apdrklfU
tu liii eyrm and ffuve an unwoniod auiination
to bin whole peraon aa he viewed her likeness from
.ToiiNSON'H (juJlery, Ninth and Main. Homll pic-
gl iumb ui won yorj iuw.
work; one to cook. Also, a ffentleiuan witti
to iMiKHiie in a proiitahle busineHi, and four
Vijuiik nin tor various em piny men tn. lut.uire at the
Jity Kniployrjieut Ollico, 99 Thirdnt., uear Vino.
WAiSTED-A BOltKOWER-Kor jNnofor tliree
yuan. AptUy to V. 11, PUILMP8, 83 Wt
WANTKW-FOR CAS H A Dwelltn(E-hoi
and Lot, north of Third and went of Vi
worth 6 or
IT . II. r IllLlil I B.
83 Weat Third-it.
WANTKO Any lady or gentleman in want of
a partner, can tlud one to unit, by ending a
Tioie to roHtonico iiox J 17i RtattiiR wtiea aui
w here the author can be seen, (jentleinen will pleane
.ii at No. g, third ntory, Timet building, Ride en-
m-rANTKD-AOENTS-To noil IniDroved Metal
v He S'wiii(T Needlc-threaduM. Anonta realize
from Jft to 816 per day. Ordera receive prompt alteu
I'on. Upon rc,?ipt of a ten-cent utamp, ti rrafl, etc.,
t-nt. pre-piid.by mall. AddreHM BUCflX & KENT,
pi-'uiiiKiiic ikiuh', i iiii'inuuii, uuio. jj&fi"
WANTKD-5,000 MEN Active men can re
alize from $3 to a day clear, for six months
to como, fit'iiing u new national Political Uiiart; a
KcpublittUi 'hart; a Democratic Chart; a new book
r illed "Tli.- CmididfLtei:" beautital OhftrniH or Cam
paign Moduli, in which are miniature portraits of
i no canaiuHie, o. vr inn particraurH aiinrefw or
sn&ll nnnn M II'U 1 11 A DWIT7 On,.!, w.A M D...
iifoer, auu io nvmi rourin-mreei, ijincinnaii.
I jyivtf J
FOR HALK-A imall stork of GROCERIES will
be Hold if itnoticalion is made aoon at 174. Cen
tral-avenue. 1 ho hoiue can be routed on reaaonabla
HALK-Boarding and Coftee House, with
M? every tlilnu complete and in Hood order, will be
will reaioiiiible. Apply at the North -east corner of
r rouianu JjUIHow. jyji-o"
VI.K. HAI.IC OUOCKRT Lnnir.AMtiLhliiihert. fit
I.1 ted up in tho b-'at maunur, and has a largo cash
trade. The Htock, fixtures, leHNe and food-will can
ne ooucm lor ono-naii com. Appiy 10 uall a JJ.t
j5 nainm-Bi. jyai-o-
EOK 8 A Ii K FUKN1TUKE ConuiBtlng of
ju.' ovory tniiitf uesiraoie in a gentleman's sleeping
xpartment, will be sold at a great sacrifice. Loca
tion ou Fourth, near Main: room nice and will be
rented on reutronahlo terms. Call on W. F, PALM EH,
III eai vourin-ai. - jyoi-v
M? tioiiH and Variety Goods, with the good-will of a
Meii-estaomiiea u us mens, ana nve years lease ou
the store. Also, a Hood Building Lot in the most
important prt of the pity. The proprietor being
rompeiiea 10 qim Dusiness, win oner me same ou
vi ry favorable iniM. For nirtner information, ap-
I'U ui uiu tui ni-i in iuiiu niiu viiwuup-BVB , voiiiih"
ton, Ky. A small Farm, twenty or twenty-five miles
in the country, will be takon as part payment. The
tioodri are froe from all incumbrance,
jyai-aw O. 8. RUST,
FOR HAfiK A COTTAGE containing 3 rooms:
Lot ai'xltl) lent. Hituated ou MadiHon-st.. Brook.
lyn, Ky. The Newport aud Jainentown Omnibuses
VasH the, door. This property will be offered In one
week (if not bnforo) for cash. It Is a cheap
home lor somebody; no mistake about It. Inquire
m MiiViiSiKK uijiBS, ou me premises. jy3iu
Hilftlf HAT.K-OR TRADE A wholeulo and re
m tail grocorv and produoe store, doing a very Hue
bupineH, for s;ile, or will triule for city proportv or a
i-irm. Apply to w. u. i-uihuiro, &j wast ;tuira
117011 8AI,E-i,00O 000 worth of Real Ks-
V tate, couHinting of City Property, Couutry
neaid, nanus auu v im i.anu.
W, U, PHILLIPS.
jyl8-f 83 West Third -st.
I Mill HAIiK-BAROUOIIK-AgoodBarouclu', in
y tlrst-rato ordor, nearly new, will be sold low for
riudi. Any persou wininng to purchase one would
d well tut-all noon. - Apiity to HALL, CAUUOLL A
i u., at aim 17 niui uuiumDiR-Ki, jyn-u
1tlt 8ALK-40 acres of Laud, seventeen Dill
' from the city by the L. M. Rillroad and thir
teen by turnplko ons-balf mile from Miamlvllie
tuition, wouiii maKeauesiraoio couuiry rohiuonui
hn acroa ch-arud. ln.uire ol ttlMHOK BAU(-hbi
near m piacu. Jjh
IMrU 8AIiK-30.O00 acre of Railroad Land,
. situated 041 tba lubuc.ue and Pacinc Railroad,
Iowa lor sale choan. Alio, Latids and Town Prop
erty ou the Illinois Central, Cllutou, Dewitt Oo.t
1 II .tii PTciiiAiiiii) for uromirtv in or about the eltv ol
iiiuiuuati. Titles good, and every tiling warranted
mid reireenti'ii coiiet-uy. Apply soou to a. m
1VK. 4n Kc yourtit. jyaa-am1
1iOIt HA I-lir-Ht.'um Kngiue aiid Roller, now hi
I1 .Heal Notf. fJH a 101 IOI iiiuut-str
tlo yran bo nn u at an) time, riiigilie Cylinder. 8
In-he tfiaiuotor, stroke 3 feet, governor and Judoon
ile altaciieu, aun casi-iron ueu. xoiii .uuua-iu,
Ii' leetj diauiotor, M lucnes,
UAURIBOM A WILSON.
1J0 R H KNT Two y.ry larg. furnUhed B00M8,
1 suitable lor a lady aud gentUluan, or two .lliiil.
Kentleiuou, at No. 1 7 1 Byoauiore-si
IJUK B KNT-KOOM or llOOMH-V.ry dwlrabl;
Ja.1 lor a geiitleuisu and Ills wile, II oooiiors aui
uAUU I.., lu.ir..l IJxs.stnviu, and lU for COOk
inn aud lisbts will b. furnished for ! Ber week
. tva. Appiy at i.- Q Ani'sfc. t . " " .
FOIl HE NT A HjU8K-0f elgbt roomi, with
Kits, balli-rooiu, etu., iu good Older, and located
in a pleasant noltiliborbood. Jfor particulars, apply
N. U" corner Hlith aud Bay miller. Ji
b.'lOIt KENT A front and back parlor, iultubli
K1 .. A.. ..!. ... A. .nt.tr ll.n una 11T tllfll Hlltt'I)
iii iuunu tor youua Meutleinea
Vi sst l'ourth-it.
tVANTHD-A O I K 1,-To mn a sewing ma.
v chine, to work on coats. Inquire at 161
WW OAHKH A pNrtf who ert lltrnlsh 10.0(10 Da-
Simrrmtyn;iNi we.kly. Apply at API'tRdATS 8
Umtuoth Photograph Gallery, corner of Fifth and
VirANTKn-TE" 0 K N T -Thom who wish
TT soon enlnrefl pictures for ten cents, cr In fravs
for r cts., or tn rMM for 20 cts., will no well to call
j(,t Al'PLK'lAI'E'8 Mammoth Gallery, corner of
inn ana main, jy.si-n-
WANTF.H-A TOUNU MAN AND A BOY A
youug man of gentlemanlike habile and
ililrcsa to learn the AmhrotvDu business. Hnlsrv
email whlld learning. Also a hoy to make hlmielf
isefiil. Apply at JllllNNON'tJ Gallery. ly.TO-h'
ANTED PUUG CLEHK-To flit a situation
as drim clerk. Inmilm nf Mr. IA N I ICI.K.
at J. D. PARK'S, corner nt Fourth and Walnut.
WATKO-Kvery body to come and get a good
IMrtiim. mil nn In fin (Tin fur ton nnnta
fancy cases at one-teuth the priro that others
charge. A lint of prices cm le seen at the door.
WANTED The people to know that they can
i rt I'irlnrm from flvn rontai and imwai-H t
COWAN'S Picture Uallerr, g West Fllth-st.
VANTKD-ft,ono pwmle to get their Photo-
WW . a I lE 1 all 1 U k IV a Pint, .a
Yon can get gnt five beautiful ones for a dollar;
aluo, nice patcted ones cheaper than at any other
gallory in the world. jy.tO-b
WANTED TWO 000 D OPKFATORR At
COWAN'S Picture Oallery, '2'i West Fifth-
They must bo A No. 1. No others nood apply.
WANTED A MAN With a capital ef f.-ttui or
over, with security, to sell liquors of superior
uniuy, ana lower in an from, any conunisnion mr
hant so liberal that from ll to SlOrnnbn real.
tied every day. Address M. II., Box 1.761, P. O.
t jy.ai- i-j
V"ANTED Men seeking situations as clerks,
salesmen, book -keepers. bar-korwrn. rxirU'rs.
coopers, mechanics, laborers, and others, should a p.
jut Kb mo mttrriiania ktkb negisiry inure, no.
118 Walnut-street. Uy3.i-b) HALE A CO.
rANTEI-$M,no(l of Business Paper.
yy .1,000 oi inorigage notes, apply to
W. II. PHILLIPS.
83 West Third-st., near Vino.
1,V"ANTED-l:VERY ON-Wheflier in or out
y y of business, to wild for our circular.
It Is of
nterest to all. and costs von nathluir.
K011BIN8 k CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
IJtOR RENT A RAltK GUANO K A large
" Btore.room, with Dwelling of five rooms nt
tacbed, and Lease of threo years, ocouoieil at present
as a dry .goods store, llent cheap and tlxturesata
bargain, apply on tnp premise., liUtf cantral-av.
WANTE11-TO PUHCIIAPB-A OrocOTy-irlor.
In a aoid location, or to rent a room soltalile
for tnat business. Ailoress J. o. Jn., at this otnea.
WANTED Within six weeks, from 1st of An
aust. a house of elffht rooms own story nre.
of Western-row and between Fourth and lliclimond.
streets; rent not to exceed 8)0 or s:L"si per year,
ply utS77 Mixth-streetorUox 1,471 P.O. jy2-
V ANTBD IMJIKDIATELYIII
10,000 Ilard-Hhell X'iiiocrat,
lO.OOO DoiiKlatu Dvmocrata,
10.000 Jllack l.ejullicaiiH,
10,000 Hell and Kveret t Men.
Let everv man whn wants tn elect his candidate
for I'rertidi-nt take hold and engagf in tin sale of the
following new uooks ana unatt, viz.'.
The American Nation's Candidates.
In One Book H 2d Cents.
The American Nation's Political Chart
Price...... 25 Cents.
Tho American Nation's Text-Book.
Price 3d Ont.
AGKNTH can make from ?:t to ?in per day If active
ml zealoun to elect a President. A samnle eouv
will he mailed on reuelnt of retail nricit. li'orsiininlH
copieH ur an Agency, apply to
H. Itl. Rl'LIMON,
At the Oneen Oity PtihllshltiK Uoumu No. 1 4 I Main
street. Uiueinnati, Ohio. Apply early, as there is no
lime 10 no iohi. a I'restaeni musi uw eiectou.
JTrom luu to 1.0UU copies can be sold In every neigh
borhood. jy:u-atu taw
HOARDING1 Families nr stogie gentlemen can
be accommodated with board and Dleasant
rooms at the south eatt cor. of John and Hixtii-tts..
(.sione ironi) over arug store. jyji-o
UOARDING A gentleman and wife, or two
Ke.titteuiun.can obtain a uluanant inrninhod room
with board, in a tine location. House supplied with
gas ana uain.pff oovmiin-simet. jyji-n
"HOARDING A gentleman and bis wife can be
m.m accommodated witnavory comuiouioiis untur
u 18 lied room, wltli board. Aloo. two simile auntte
men with a very pleasant furniwhed front room,
with board. Annlvat 1T Third-st.. between Elm
ana I'nini, jy .sid
ROAR DING Several families and yotintT men
can obtain boardinir at MA Kast Firth-street.
Itounm newly painted and papered. jyj-b
HOARDING Summer-boarderrt can be accom
modnti'd at the 1'eiiusvlvania Hotel. Columbia.
witti Hincln or double rooms, well ventilated : new
iSirniture; healthy and pleaoaut location, on the
Little Miami Kailroad ; three trains stop daily : Ave
inos of coachtw. Churffts verv rHasanabie. Patron
age solicited. jyl.Vbw
PERSONAL Any person knowing of an active,
intt'lliuunt clrl. from eicht t twelve vears old.
who wants a permanent home iu a family where
more are no cm in re n, win comer a lavor on mo aa-
stating where the child may Be seen, bhe must be
American, ot a family of good habits, and, if an or
Dlian. so much the better. Beat of references and
security for tho god troatmeut of tho child will be
tlMT YnHtnrdav afternoon, on Panrl.streeL
A MEMO KAN DUM HOOK containing some ice-
bills due Hamuel Blair k. Co.. and a ttve-uollar note.
A suitable reward will he eiven for its return to
BAUiifeib HbAiii uu., nuitu-euat cor. or Tweittn
A ITflTION RAIK BY JACOB GRAFF 4 CO
i Hale.rooms Mo. IN Kant Fourth-street. Verv
Excellent Furniture at Auction Will be sold at
public auction on TUKHDAV MOKNINU. July 31,
at tii o'clock, at J'i3 West Fourth-et., the enttr
Kurui t ure, consistiiig of brocatelle sociable, do. arm
chair, do. wlndow-yjat, do. chairs, murbla-top center-table,
faucv table, etagoro, mahogany hair-cloth
soia. oo. rocKing-cnair. no. pariur vuaira. nre-seis,
wliiuow-sliaues, tsrucsels carpets, etc.
A LsO Hoveral ftno O 1 Pa nt ima : hall oil-cloth
hat rack, door-mats, Hrus-wlH stair-carpet and rods,
extensiou table, oak chairs ; dining, tea aud gland'
ware; elegant rosewood French bedstead, do. mar-bla-ton
dreKsinir bureau: walnut. French and cot
tage bedsteads, .mahogany and walnut wash-stands.
woiK-iauio, laucy uo., cane ana oinor cnairs, dook-
case, toilet-ware, spring and shuck mattresses,
tt runnels and ingrain u-,rpets, drugget, rugn, cooR.
stovo and fixtures, Ice-chcHt nd kitchen iurnitnro
jyau jai;ui uiiArti Auctioneer.
BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Superior Sblrts Made to Order.
RNTT.KMEN WHO ARE PARTICIIi
.JT LAB in tli fit aud appearance or tnuir niitrts,
and desirous of having those that will set well and
iihk naat, are iiivuihi to leave ineironiers at aurr
M Kit n. where tliev can denend unon beinir suited.
None but the bust goods ara used, and thorough
war a guarantaeu.
L. A. KEPFNER, Agent,
North tast corner Fifth and Vine -streets,
je28-cm2dp Over Cule & Uopklns, Cin., 0.
IfKSI.KVAN PEMAI.K OHM.KI'.K,
T Ciiiciuiiiiti Went side of Vinu.st.. butaoen
Dlstn auu oeveiuii. iua mneteenin Aunuai nes'
ui on uf tills Institution will commence on MON
DAY. HeDtemtier 3. proximo, at A. m., and will
contluue (with A recess at Christmas) to June 10,
!.-!. In addition to the very complete aud thorough
non rwt nf atudv heretofore tauaht, arraugemeiita
have been made for the more special instruction of
all the young ladles in vocal music, in r.n nieniary
Drawinir. fitta of extra charge, and In sytnuastio
exercises. Kx tensive improvumenU have bieun made
lu tlie boaruiug-nouse. uaa nas ueeu liiirouucao.
roomi added, elo. 1 lie arratiKuiuent for board, in
tructiou aud government Is siiosttntially as lusi
year. For further iniormatiuu, aupiy at me uoi
k'RH, nr by letter, for circulars, to the President.
jy28-cawew KuUT. A I. LYN, president
LEVI BROWN'S GOLD PENS
fKVI BROWN WAH THB FIRST MAN
J 1 1 Vil'TII kKH nf Sold IVna in tlie Ullllui
feltates, and Is distiugu(ahed for the superiority of bis.
woramausn,,.. ,u. ..r -?()(J8 4 gM,TIi
JyM-tf ' O West t'ourlb-lt.
NOTICE IN ATTACHMENT.
nKNJAMJN O. TUUB V8, A. N. WK
U l l'f ll..f,,r,, W llnhil. Just e, uf th
1'istc. ofUamlltun Oouiily, Ohio. William Addis
OuriiaxliM.. At mr i.iuluiirA. .i nnlHr nf altachuistl
was issutid by tlin alinvH-iiHitiMl Justice uu the Utu
day nfjuly, 18611, fur ttit sum uf $t3 7U. and the case
mat fir hearing at theofllce uf suld Justicu oil the 17th
day of August, loiHI, at eight o'clock A. Al.
jy2-caW BfcW. U. TRUE.
1 , i Paste. 1
inrici.K hah nRTtiNin
substantial rvpulatloo fur Its superior slflcar;
In prusarviiig aud beautifying the Tsutli. Priced,
vents per box
For salu wboUssle and retail by
U.Ui . i 1 v. . 1, 1 I ,
K. soruar of Villa aud Malu-.trata.
THE DAILY PRESS.
' II you want a bans., adrertlse in the DAIL'.f
If yon want a iltnatlon, adrertls. In th.
DAILY PrtKSti. .
If yonwantaaQrvant,adyertlsa In th. DAILT
BW In hot, srery want toppllel bit alrertislng
th. DAILT PBKHR. .
Adrertlsement. not eiceedlng lly linei in
lensth, Insorted In the " Wanted " column twloa for
Kast Mail. Arrive. 3iS0 A.M. and 4i 10 P. M.;
oloae. at 1 A. M. and 8 P. M.
rlaLTiMoai, WaaniNOTow awn WnaiLiNti. Ar
rlyea at 3iIto A. M.; close, at 8 P. M. '
By. Loth, am Lomay tita.Arrlyea at 11A.M.
and 10 P. M.; close, at 1 A. M. and IF. H.
CHirano and North -wrst. Arrives at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.; cloaoa at 1 A.M. and 4 P. M.
Routi ron Sali. The Camp Washington,
umminBville and Fairmount route on the
Daily Pkehu for sale. Apply at counting-
NuMBKBS or Daily Pmtas Wantko.
Twenty cents will bo paid for each of the
following numbers of Vol. Ill: RO, 5J, 71, 72,
id, 14 and i jo. Apply at uounting-room.
NiwsPAPKR Fayobs. J. P. Olore, Mail
Agent nf the Covington and Lexington Rail
road, furnished us yesterday with Louisville
DBDers. six hours in advance, of the mail.
r A.. .. ... ..
ine Indianapolis papers ars almost daily
furnished us by S. C. Meredith, who has our
ADAua'aExpBKSHCoMPANV. This excellent
Comimny place us under dnilr oliligntinns
for Eastern papers always in advance of the
mail favors we especially nnnrecinte. nnd
tor wnicti we are amy tnanKiui.
Lkitcrs Dbtainkd for Wast or Pohtag.
Monaay, July JO:
Mrs. Kliatoth Murphy, Now Orleans, La.
Mrs. ltichard Act4ji, Lomlon, U.
MuTSOROLOoiOAu Obukbtatioii By Henry
ware, upucian, July m:
O'clock. Bewtmeter. Tasnaomslsr.
7 A. M .....29. (.1 : Above sero 7H
It M M.MH..HM...t.29.3S Above aero jw".
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A ClKCINNATIAK IjKCTDHINfl IN TBI! BAST.
Mr. P. H. Oberklinc, of'tliis city, is announced
uuuvcr a iuciuru hi iucncnicr, iiuw iurK,
next t riday evuniug, on I iipital and Jinbor.
SAI.R OK FurtNITOBB at Auction. Thii
inornintr, at Imlt'-piuU eiirlit o'clock, 1. Grafl'
& Co. sell at No. 'ila West Fourth-street, the
entire, furniture of a family at auction. See
advertisement. . .
Hamilton County Aokiculti ral Fair.
The Hamilton County Agricultural Associa
tion will Hold its lentil Annual fair on the
grounds, near Curtilage, opening ou the first
juesdayot neptemuer next, ana continuing
ior lour auys.
Bunai.AKY in Libkrty-strbet. The resi
dence of a mun named Jacob Heekweldor,
on I.ibdrtT-RtreeL hear Rvcamore.' won feloni
ously entered on Sunday night; but tho
nurplars wero aisturoea aurine tneir investi
gation of the premises and compelled to
decamp witnout Dooty.
Boy Drownko. A lad about five years of
age, son ot Airs, t anneiu, residing on the
bank ot Ine Miami uanal, near Liioerty-street,
was accidentally drowned in trie Uanal yes
terday evening. The body was immediately
recovered, and every ell'ort made to resus
citate it, witnout avail.
A bLKOKD Outrage upon a Femalk. A fe-
inula oafvant in ilm fiimilv nf M I.ltnluuir
one of the keepers of the llunuuonil-streei
atntion-nouse, was assauitea aay netore yes
terday on Mt. Auburn by a imrty of three
men, who attacked her very rudely and af
terward violated her person. A young man
was arraigned before Judge Lowe yesterday
morniua unon a charire of beinir implicated
in the outrage, but, as lie, could not be identi-
ned, lie was subsequently aismissea.
Tun New Wkst-End Ehoine-housk. The
corner stone of tho new engine-house in pro
cess of erection on tho corner of Ninth and
Freeman, was laid yesterday by Uncle Joe
Ross, who was not only the father of our
FirA Dnnartment. but soonsor to the first
Bieam iire-vngiiiu ever uuiis iu iuu vrrHt.
Short speeches were made by Oeorge Whit
comb. Beni. Eirzleston. William Craven and
Lewis v isbey, wncn too ceremonies were
Political Guidb Hoards. Mack R. Bar-
nitz, Nos. 38 and 40 West Fourth-street, has
published a campaign chart, with the por
traits of all the Presidential candidates, and
witli all tne niatiorms.
H. M. Rulison, 141 Main-street, has pub
liaherl the lives and nlntformsof all the cand
idates in a pamphlet of 139 pages: also, the
American Nation Text Book, containing the
Declaration of Independence, Articles of
Confederation, Constitution, and Farewell
Address, in a book lor trio pocket. Also, a
National Political Map of the United States,
wun tne political piauorins, sc.
Shooting Affray in thb Sevintkinth
Ward. Day before yesterday a difficulty oc
curred in the Seventeenth Ward, between a
couple of men named Lawrence rarker and
Uanielf enrod, during wmcn tne lormer receiv-
edavery severe wound from a pistol shot d is-
charged in tne nana ot ms antagonist. The
origin of the quarrel is not known; but, as
usual in flue Ii cases. Plows louowea words.
and finally the pistol was drawn and fired,
the ball entering Parker's arm, and likewise
wounding him in the side. Penrod immedi
ately fled, and has not been arrested. The
wounded man is confined to his house, but
Ins injury, although painlul, is not at all
likely to prove fatal.
Dastardly Affair. A couple of private
dwellings on Fifth-street, between John and
Smith, were besmeared with tar, night before
lost, py some parties unknown, a iew aayi
ago the police made a descent upon a bagnio
in this nemnDornooa. ana cauea upon tne
inmates of these bouses as witnesses, and it
is thought this act was prompted Dy a spirit
of revenge for the part they took in this
transaction. The details of oases of this
kind in the Police Court are positively dis
gusting, and we earnestly hope the day, or
night, is not far distant, when our watchmen
will discover a better meuioa ot passing ine
time tliau in making war upon women.
. . -t '
einious Acoidknt Man Run (jveb by a
Strkkt Railway Car.-A painter named C.
W. Charde. who resides at No. 144 Hopkins-
street, was acoidejit&lly run over yesterday
evening, at the comer of John and llopkius
streets, by a car on the City .Passenger Street
Railway, auu severely injured, lie mono an
effort to leave the car while it was in motion,
and was thrown under the vehicle, the wheel
of which passed over his right leg just below
the kuee, and crushed it so badly tnat amnu-
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WllUU Will prUUUUiy UO .wtddiii J Mr m uid
life. He was immediately removed to his
residence, where he received every attention
that could be rendered.
School Board Last Night's Prockkdinus.
The Board met at the usual hour last night,
Vice-President Vilstach In the chair. '
Mr. Woodward called the attention of the
members of the Board, in their private ca
pacity, to the case of a widow who was so
alUicted as to be compelled to take her child
ren from school, and asked contribution in
her behalf. ,
The janitors' salaries for the month were
Mr. Stratum moved an amendment to the
standing rule, in reference to the summer
vacation, providing that hereafter it be from
the last Fridav in June till the fourth Monday
iu August. Laid over for one week. Ad-
jourued. ' '
How Policemen Keep the Peace—An Amorous
Dogberry in Trouble.
Many verdant persons who are not thor
oughly acquainted with metropolitan man
ners and urban adages, have an idea that
policemen nnd preachoifl nre Ihe conservators
of the public morals, and regard it as the
duty ot the former to see that tno city Is
physically chaste, while the latter performs
the same office for our citizen's souls. The
duties of these two classes are not very
Otvarly defined, so that whatever either may
do is always excused upon the general prin
ciple that the posts tney occupy wero in
vented for the special pnrpoie of inculcating
patience, nnd when they err, their fault is
thrown immediately on the weakness of
humanity ana the strength ol the temptation.
We do not intend, however, to institute a
comparison betwecu these physical and
spiritual counsellors, but merely to com
miserate policemen, who are compelled to be
so rigidly moral in order to bo fitted for the
business of invading bagnios and dragging
the inmates to the station-houses, that
nothing is left them but to imitate Job. who.
although a model of patience for all time,
cursed every thing in me universe save uod,
and complained continually of his most
Some times one of these persons, on whom
the chastity of the city depends, forceta the
exalted position ho occupies in society, his
morality, lino "iioo Acres valor, oozes out
at tho palms of hands, or flics to his head,
like Catawba when drunk by aged females,
and then he dues such things as makes his
fellows blush aud fear that, through their
weaker brother, their reputations may be
damaged. Here is a case in point.
About hve o clock last Saturday evening a
policemau if we knew his name we would
be glad to publish it, for they like to see their
names in print cnicrea a Daaery on Lourl
street, ami seeing no one near save a bright-
ou 1411 1 SWUl MllVGU jr VUI9 ui no, llllb UIB
arms about her neck and mado an effort to
kiss ber. The girl, it seems, had no desire
for any such labial contact with a man she
nail never scon, nnu made every ettort to es
cape from bis rude embrace, but failed until
tne noise attracted the attention ot her
father, who came to her assistance, rescued
i.;a n....Kn- a..Kc.,nn..i.r .:tt 41..
sistance of bis son, threw the 6ogberry into
Just at this moment another member of
the police force came up, nnd the two started
off in company with each other. What bc-
camo or them we know not, but have no
doubt they are sleeping quite peacefully, while
we write, on Bomo aoor-stcp or ary-gooas
box, or in the arms of some one less discrimi
nating in regard to those on whom she be
stows ber labial favors, than the bright-eyed
gin tney saw at tne ijoui t-strect oakery.
Mrf.tino of the Board of Supervisors of
the Fire Departmknt. The regular monthly
meeting of the Ronrd of Supervisors of the
l ire Department was Held last night nt the
office ol the Chief Engineer, corner of Race
a pennon was ruceivea irom ljoweu
Fletcher, proposing to purchase n lot adjoin
ing 'the engine-house on Vine-street, near
Columbia. Ordered to be communicated to
Council, with the request that comjietition be
iv ueo py advertisement.
The Clerk was instructed to prepare an
ordinance, to be presented to the Uity Loun
cil for tho approval of that body, containing
the following clause: "That engineers shall
uo required to give oonu in tno sum 01
dollars, for tho proper care of the engines."
Air. umven called intention to the tact that
frequently, when thenlnrm of lire was soundod
the drivers ot engines were several squares
Irom their posts ot duty.
The I met Engineer said that the ordinance
prohibited drivers in exercising their teams.
trom going more than four squares distant,
but he had found it impossible, always, to
eniorce the provision.
nr. w lSDcy suggested mat a lew dismissals
lor negugeuce would remedy tne evil com'
plained of by Mr. Craven. The captains were
then ordered to inform the drivers of the
limits prescribed by law. for their exercise.
J. w. nuey was appointed engineer ot en
gine No. lu, vice Mr. Hanselman, deceased
and W. K, Warner, engineer ot engine No. 8,
vice J. W. Kiley, transferred.
The resignation of George Bushcr. mem
ber of Company No. .'I, was received and ac
cepted, but the vacancy thereby occasioned
ri, 1 1 A 4:11 .1.- . a...- -r .1..
win uui uu niieu 1111 tne ueat meeting ui lue
Mr. Craven gave notice that at the next
session he would call up the resolution
making Captains stationary men.
The Recent Eouiciok at St. Bernarp.
The Press of Saturday contained an account
ot tue homicide ot a man named Henry skill
man, mat occurred at a tin 11. at Hempen
Hall, in St. Rernard. on Friday nicrht. to.
gother with the fact that R. H. Wheeler had
acen arrested and committed to tail upon
declaration of the dying man, to the effect
mat ne naa committed tne ueca. yesterday
an affidavit was filed against four other per
sons, and officers were sent to St. Bernard in
search of them. One of the parties, Joseph
Fish, was arrested and confined in the Ninth
street Station-houso to await an examination
before Jude Lowe. Wheeler, who is now in
jail, will be examined thiB morning before
Justice Schlee, of Millcreek Township.
ine village seems to nave oren very urunk
during the evening of the homicide, and, one
would ,judge from the number of arrests that
are being mado upon this charge, that the
entire community was engaged in tho quar
rel, or nad not yet Decome sober. 1 be de
claration of the dying man to the effect that
w ueeier stauoea mm, is not sutncient ior our
Dogberries, hut thev forthwith proceed
arrest the entire population of the village.
It is possible that bkillrann may have been
mistaken, but not at all probable, and whether
drunk or sober, he would be more likely to
icnow wno struck the tatai Diow than any
member of an excited crowd.
P. S.-r-Since the above was written. James
and George McClelland, John Babb and Jesse
McLaren have been arrested as accomplices
in the affair. We also understand that James
McLclland has confessed having stabbed
Skillman three timc9, and that being knocked
down by Wheeler, stabbed him also in the
intgn. roe tacts in this case, we presume,
will be developed, when the parties are ex
amined, which will probably take place in the
course of a day or two before J udge Lowe.
Proceidikob or thkGodnty Commibhionkus.
At their regular diurnal sesaiun, yestertlay
morDinpr, tne County Commiasionera passed
one order amounting to $27, to Mullen & Car
tar, for chairs for county offices. They also
discharged James Cremona, W. Bickman and
Thomas Lynch, because of inability to pay
the fines and eosta charged against them. The
tollowing wug also adopted:
Hetolttid. That the Auditor be. and is homltv
anesUnl and authorised 141 nutily th. Jiireotnrs of
bio and Mississippi Railway, and also the President
and Director ol the w hituwatur uanal, to meet
Coimulssi"Uurs of Uumilton Ooutity at tlie Auditor's
v.iiiiiuissitiuern uitiiiii,,'!, vuuitiy at insAyiiu
ufilco of Hamilton County, ou the sth day of
glint, at tou o'clock A, M., for the purpose of c
siULifto. in relation SB building a bridge over
on the stn day or Au-
. 01 con-
aqueduct over MillcrMk, near the Ohio River.
nut ponvoaient lur the parties to meat at the Audit,
or's oftioe, th.y will appoint time and plaou for
i Fatal Acoidknt A Skitioknarian Falls
Down Siajrb and Uuiaks his Neck. A man
about seventy-four years of age, named John
Gracing, accidentally fell down stairs, yes
terday . venincr, at the lwitlence of
Geity.ler, on Klm-etrcet, near Henry, and
instantly killed. Curoner Carey held
I iniiuest upon his body, during which it
I ;..n.rA-A4 i.;Bnur.L. 1... t.UQn f
I un. MIO UBV. -wi ItOkltltuu,
and the jury rendered a verdict in accordance
wtn tne met.
Miktinu or thb Fourth Ward Bull
Evkrktt Club. The regular meeting of
Fourth ' Ward Bell and Everett Club,
night, waa well attended and the best
reeling prerailtid. It is tne intention of
members ol the? Club to attend the ratifica
tion meeting in (Jovington on the M prox.
Pattsrsoh has just received from Havana.
direct, 63,001) citrurs, choice brands, consist
ing of Ambrosias. Conchas, B.1 Sols. Wash'
ington Kegolias, and the fumous Guess,
nos. no jKain-street, ana iu vvest rourtn
r. " ' ' '
Though generally supposed otherwise,
travelers agree in pronouncing Ituly
worst poesiule climate for invalids during
Before JuroiStorir In Chambers. T.
G. Odiorne tin. James Foster, tt. al. A decree
for an order of sale having heretofore issued
to Job Pugb, as Master Commissioner, and it
ppearing now that nis time naa men ex
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ireu, mo uiuci lur Mid vrnv utmicii iu ,ut
herilT. , ;
John Cooper v$, W. S. Moore Add Kzra
Van Fmppti. Judgment taken by confession
for $406 2ii.
Will Probated. The last will and tcsta-
Mn -C tlnnn,nan..n 1.,. f Uw.yamni-B
Township, was presented by Judge Warren
tor probate, and was admitted. inett'a
tator died on the 2d day of June, instant.
The bulk of his estate, confuting of aixmt
'M acres ot land near Sharon, in tins
county, be left to bis children and crand-
nildren, ine executors, Uhnstlan liange-
man and J osepn Hangcman, in their
statement to the Court, certified that the
real ana personal property was specuicaliy
disposed of by will, and that no portion of
the same would probably come into their
hands. 1 he amount ot personal property is
Shooting Avhiay at tiii Mapiaon House.
A shooting ntl'ray occurred at the Madison
House yesterday afternoon, in which Chas.
ieonard, the barkeeper ot tne hotel, received
a severe, though it is to be hoped not danger
ous wound, in the right knee. The dilhculty
arose in a business transaction, the assailant.
Mr. D. A. Layman, formerly ot the hrm ot
Layman & Kline, ot Cincinnati, having been
tor ten months past a boarder at the Madison
House. Several times during the day Lay
man, who was inebriated, made attempts to
create a disturbance, insulting Mrs. Buck-
nabftm. the proprietress, and threatening
Leonard and others with violence.
After ordering bim to leave the house
several times, Leonard gave him a shove,
which tolled him to the hoor. Laymnn tin
mediately repaired to his room, and in a
short time returned with a revolver, which
he held in his hand half cocked, swearing nt
the same time that he would snoot Leonard,
who thereupon seized him and threw nun
violently on the floor, and endeavored to
wrench the weapon from his hand; but be
fore this could be accomplished Layman fired
one barrel, the shot taking cttcct in the nesh,
near tne Knee-joint, ana passing several
incnes in an ouiiuuo uirecuun, twverm u
number of cords, but fracturing no bones,
The wound was dressed by Dr. Thomas, who
intends, as soon as practicable, to extract the
bullet. Layman was arrested, and brought
before Justices Howard and Lggleston. but
the defendant not being ready for trial, the
case was continued till to-day at tn o o clock,
Political. Henry Weynian uud Alfred
Martin have been announced as candidates
for the Sheriffalty at the next August election.
Polics Court. Larry Quinlan was sen
tenced to Jail for twenty days by Mayor
roley, yesterday, on a charge ot vagrancy
Politico-military. Jos. Guthrie has an
noimced himself as a candidate for Colonel of
the Campbell County Militia, to be supported
at the next August election.
Polich Mattkrs. The following coxes
were disposed of by Mayor Hawkins yester
Michael Reed, fined $10 and costs tor enter
ing his boarding-house inebriated, aud break
ing a large number of dishes.
Henry Cropper and Doe Anzi were fined
$15 and costs each, on a charge of breach of
Joseph Morton was fined $10 and costs for
a similar offense.
Wm. Murphy was fined $3 and costs fur
More Massacres and Further Cruelties in
The latest news from Syria is a report that
the British Government had received inform
ation that a fearful massacre of Christians
had tuken place at Damascus, iu which 5UU
of them hart been killed, including the Dutch
Consul. The American Consul was also re
ported to have been wounded. Full partic
ulars had not come to hand.
The Oitu of Washington steamer also
brought the following particulars of the
destruction of Deir-el-Kamar, and the panic
"Affairs in this Province are lookiugblacker
and blacker. Yesterday we had the teurlul
news of the village of Deir-el-Kamar being
sacKcu, Durnea, aim every unristian male, to
the number of 2,000 and more, being put to
the Bword by the Druses, who a fortnight
before had disarmed them, in cold blood.
The women and children were allowed to
escape, and reached the mouth of the Damoor
Kiver, halt-way Detween this ana biuon,
esterday. whence tney were Drought uu
ast nicrht and this morninor. to the number
of 1,100, by Her Britannic Majesty's ships
Uannct ana Monawk.
'Ot tho men of Deir-el-Kamar, not more
than thirty have escaped. The town is all
burned. The refugees say that the Turkish
soldiers sided with the Druses, helping thein
to butcher the people, ana that they, the
Sultan's troops, were tho only people who
insulted tue women, ot whom not a lew mot
with tue worst treatment Dy them.
The Levant Herald of July 4 says:
We have received a telegram from Smyrna,
dated 2d July, announcing the arrival of the
Syrian steamer, and giving the following
auvauce ui iter arrival uure: i tie steamer tett
Beyrout on the 23d of June, and reports that
at that time the panic among the Christian
population had become general. Nearly the
whole of the Frank inhabitants, and as many
ol the native unristions as could, naa tait.cn
refuge on board the English, French and
KuFsian men-ot-war in the roads.
Her Majesty s steamer Exmoulh had em
barked the cosh, books and vernonntl of the
Ottoman Bank, and as many of the other
English residents as possible. In addition
to this, parties of murines from the British
French and Russian ships had landed to as
sist in maintaining oroor in that town.
Damascus the Christians were also in a state
of panic, and Abd-el-Kader hod come for
ward to use nis innuence ior tneir protection.
The Paris Patrii had received intelligence
of great importance from Beyrout, dated
J que 21. : Ismail Pacha had just arrived from
Constantinople, with 2,500 men, to put a stop
to. tne uiuaaocre ui tuu uriauuiuj. luiitnu
,l. i, ,.:,: t
Pacha is the General who, during the Cri
mean war, made himself illustrious by
defense of Kars. His arrival, in a great
measure, restored connuencs. . v
An Impertinent Prince an an Indiunant
Fheeman. A Kick Returned sob a Kiss.
Some of the journals are stating that
Prince of Wales is the first heir-appareut
the throne ot fcnglana who has ever visited
the United states; but this is a mistake,
Doubtless newspaper readers are familiar
with an anecdote of William IV, before
came to his estate, to the tollowing eneuu
while in iv ew York the rrince cauea at
barber's shop to be shaved. When the oper
ation was completed, he stepped up to
barber's pretty wife, who chanced to
present, aud. mvitig her a kiss, remarked.
''There, now, you can nay you have been
kissed by one of the Royal family."
barber choosing to receive this as an insult,
seized the Prince, and helping him out of
shop with his foot, exclaimed, "There, now,
you can say that you have received royal
kick from a freeman."
A SoLiDiriiD Milk Establisuhhmt.
solidified milk establishment has just
started at Middletown, N. Y. It will require
about 1.000 gallons of milk per hour.
water (eighty-eight per ceut.) is extracted
from the milk by an evaporating and drying
operation, which leaves aa article, that,
the addition of sugar, may be put up iu
or papers and kept in a perfect state of
any length of time. It can be
iu a dry state, or is readily soluble oncoming
in contort with fluid. Many people use it
preference to milk, because it is of necessity,
a purer article. ,
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Syria. RIVER NEWS.
The Ohio opposite this porl bai been rising
fnpidlr lint our last I nun, and hut vimlnff then
wr,, according to iht irport from thn Water Work,
ttpa iVfft flvtf JnrhM wntr 'tn th channel totwften
lirr ami LrrtHnvHIe . Tha river wm thn dwelling
1uw1r, and we honld nut bo nTprkt'd If It were
MMlQnarr before Ihts evening. At Plttubnrf, the
rWer wan .Inclining reeterday, with only forty
ittrhe water there at noon.' ' " '
TiwtfHar mnf (nned Terr warm, hnt tho tumivra-
tnre waa lower than on Monday. Stilt thewtatlir
wait hot enuitRh to be Tory uncomtortahl until wnw
time after nightfall. Thanking ero cloudy during
a part nf th any, and there wore Indf ration nf raiu,
and arc at thin hour ten o'clock In the erenlnn.
Buiii ynHtcrday wm dull agAin on the Lauding,
but protty fair for tin liptrinntng of the wtk at thin
twanon. Onn or two bunta, bo nnd Houth, we notif-fl,
wero heavily liln, but numtof tho Htfaiixrn Wfm
loiiigvrry inup, rinn una npiii rai triHw. r rritfnU
wcrw offering Mpnnngly, nut latos underwent no upe-
YKtrday'tt Loulnvllle Cowier furntohM thl Infor
Th river u Tallin nulte fast Hatordnv. with
three feet seven fixiieH wnter in the Canal In the
evening by the mark. That wan aderlino uf three
inr-he hi twentT-fnur hour at the wharf, eona! to
olttht indie at Portland, leaving lea than five feet
water on the bar. 1 he weather wai cxraeuinfiiy
wnrm, we think It the procurnor of another torm,
tho mercury In the thermometer in the hade ring
lug at ninety early In the afternoon.
I,nnr evening tno rivor wa nt a siann, win. inrea
feet Mx Inchen water In th Cnnal. Inrfng the pre.
viotie twenty-four hours the river had fallen only an
liit-li nt tlie head of tho Fnllt. The weather waa
cloudy and very warm nil duy long, and a little or a
good deal nf rain li very much den I red.
l no ienif(ii uini arnvnu irurani, lkhiih yrrnipniay,
with n heavy enrKrt. report nearly dx feet wnter on
nil the burn along the l.wor Ohio. The (Jon. IMko re
ports fully nvo foot out.
li win im neeii iy hid iiieninrnniiuin ( mo trn.
Pike, thnt therlerk. Dr. Hhrnder. wiih verv wriitUitlr
hurt by fulling through the batch of the Uud Hover,
Thu ,ifti-ern of the Oenernl Pike renort tho Auto
crat aimiund at Onmlwrland Irdnnd. Hho wax on
herwHYout to l'adm:ah or Cairo, from KvnnrtvUle,
and had attempted to go down the III lnui aide of tho
Inland, ntid got ..ground.
The pilot nf the general Pike reported the chan
nel, or I rent water, down by Hmithhind.
Wo earn that tho H. P. 11 tterd. that waa nuuk
by the Chancellor jitet below New Albany, in lu a
very critical position, and very much twisted. The
renter portion 01 ino ueca toau ui me noai s cargo
ia Imwii removed under tho charue of Cautain II am-
llton, agent of the underwriters in this city. The
dmnagu on niauy articled will be light. It li feared
the bout win do losi,
Yeitorday'i 8t. Louli BepnbUoan obaorvei:
The river here contlimofl about itatiouarv. There
are eight and a liair feet tn the channel out to Cairo.
The ininoif, mver in tailing, with thirty inches in
the channel from tho mouth to LaHallo.
Thu Inner MiMNrthml is full in a from Ht. Paul
down, with fonr feet on tho Upper, and thirty-two
im'lioo on the Lower napidrt. uciow tveoaua itiero
are mill four and a half Ict't water.
Th Miasonrl Itiver In fullliiir (mm flninha to tbft
month, lloute still leport four and a half foot In the
Tho weather ha Itecomo exccsively warm. Biwl-
neiw on thu landing in dull.' Arrival wen; I ho John
Wuriier. from MiPHonrl Hirer: Tatum. trom Alt.
and City of Louiaiaua, from Keokuk rather a slim
' STEAMBOAT RK01MTKR.
Arrinth. Humlnr M. McCIcllau, fiouiitvlllo;
.Miitfiioiiu, mnHvnie; uncKei no. j, I'luxnurg;
Mondny Superior, LouiMville; Kon-Ht Queen, Mitdi
Hon; Allen Oollier, Kanawha River; Lady Franklin,
l:niihln; J. It. Ford, Wlieeling; Anglo .Saxon,
I'ittxhiirg; Duiilelfh, Neville; it. It. Hamilton,
Vtlioi'lillK, hik:ki'i, ritiNoui'g: iieiugn, ni. uonis.
Vepartnret Sunday M. AlrUlelluu, Louinville,
Sfiiiidiiv Sunurior. LoulHVllle: Forest Oueeu. Mndi
hoii; Magnolm, Miivt.U: Duuletth, Nevilb", .1. B.
Ford, Dock; Anglo ttit., nt. I.uuis; Kooket, Ht
l.ouii; It. 1). Hamilton, V h.mliiiii.
Comparison Between the Authoresses of
"Jane Eyre" and "Adam Bede."
Iti the lost number of the Wentminnter Re-
virw, there is an article on The Still on tlie
Floet, in which the authoress of that novel is
thus compared, most unjustly, as we think,
with the authoress of Jane Eyre?.
Compared with George Eliot, Currer Bell
x an uneducated rustic, who uours ttirth her
reelings, her discontent, her disappointment,
and almost ber despair, without nreniedita-
lon. without, thought ot art, without reflec
tion, and relies only on the unity of impres
sion for the artistic effect of the whole. Her
funcy roams in lonely and savage solitudes.
such as Salvutor Rosa would bare painted,
and she peoples her scenery with men as
savage, whose good qualities are ouly recog-
izable by the imagination, lieorge r.liot,
ou the contrary, bos returned Irom these ex
cursions wiser by the sense of their delusive
ness, and resumed, like uoethe, to nnd in
treatment and beauty of detail that satisfact
ion which tne ionics! conceptions can oniy
vield lor a season.
compare me descriptions or nature iu tne
works of these two remarkable womeu; how
Dure, objective, and external are the pictures
ibutid iu George Eliott; how penetrated by
the medium uf the author's feelings in
Currer Bell. In her we see through a haze,
glorious iudecd and beautiful, but which dis-
peuses w uu minuteness oi uetuu, uku tue
uaded atmosphere ot a picture by Danby:
while George Eliott's landscapes ore as clear
as Tenier's; they have a bright, colorless
ittmnaiihprp. a full and aernne lifn: thev are
dotted with homesteads, are full peopled with
unpretending men. and give us Dock the
beauty of our duily lite under placid skies.
Charlotte Bronte will be in the full zenith
of her fame when Miss Evans has ceased to
be remembered, so great is the difference
the power and gonius of the two women.
Sale of a New York Railway—New and Important
The Albany (N. Y.) Argm of Friday ob
On Wednesday last the Potsdam and Wa-
tertown Railroad was sold by the Sheriff of
Jefferson County, at V) atertown, on a decree
of foreclosure of the. second mortoroge thereon.
It was purchased Dy the yy atertown and Home
Railroad Company (under authority of an
act of the present legislature) for the sum of
siou.ooo, and immediate possession was
taken. The Bum bid, however, was of no par
ticular consequence, as tne purcnasers nad
already become the owners of the second
mortgage bonds, and thus entitled to the
dividend ol tne purcnose money, ine roaa
sold subject to the first mortgage of $800,
which is guarantied by the Watertown
and ltome Company.
The latter comnanv is now the owner of a
line of 173 miles of road, extending from
Rome to Cane Vincent, and from Watertown
to the junction of the Northern rood, near
roiisuam. iy tne construction ot seventeen
miles of road, which by an act of the present
Legislature it is authorized to build, it can
make a direct connection with Ogdensburg.
This would bring by way of this road aud
the New York Central nearly all the travel
trom ugdensDurg and irom tue line oi roaa
loiul ino-from Pruscott. ounosite Oerdensburir.
to Ottawa, the capital of the Canodas thus
constituting an important line. We hear it
stated that the interests to be benefitted by
the construction ot tins short link are likely
to co-operate to build it at an early day.
An InpihnaIi Maciiimr in . England A
Colonkl'b Like Savko by ma Caution.
"Infernal machines" do not seem to have
gone out of fashion. One Col. Patterson, of
England, a veteran soldier, received a beau
tiful box. carefully directed, and as harmless
In exterior as a box of sardines. Uut the
Colonel wus an old soldier, and accustomed
to the smell of powder. ' About this little
package he thought he detected a slightly
sulnhurous smell. , Like a wary old cam.
naigner, he took the box into the yard, took
UIB UlBUtUlV Ol IS UUIIUICU JB1US UI JA1MIO, SOU
opened fire upon it with a pistol. His ball
shattered the lid. and an explosion followed
which shattered the stone against which the
box had been placed. Kxaminntion dis
clnrfer) Hint, the box had been rilled with
tiowrlnr. nnd that a dozen lucifer matches had
beun arranged inside in such fashion that a
movement of the lid would have wrought
destructiou upou n opener , less , cautious
than t'ol. raltersou, ,.: ,i .
Affray in MissiHaippi Twu Msn Katally
Wounusp. A shooting affair took place.
few days since at Friley s Lauding, Miss., on
ine I ozoo itivci, oevweeu omuiuua riuvj
and Alfred Braswell, in which they were both
luallv wounded. The ditticultv arose from
some charge made aguimt a member of Bras-
well's family by Kriley. Braswell attempted
t nan an ir nn Krilov. when FrileV took the
ax from Braswell, who immediaUly procured
a Shot-gun ana urea at rrusj, s '"")
when Frlley knocked Braswell down, and
struck' bim soverol times. A short time
nttp.rwa.rnV Rroi well w Dutsiutr. whea Friler
fired at huu with ft ritio, tho bull passing
through hia left arm auamae. ,- , .
PnPi'f MiinMnii. nchun li tueiubtir. deMrted
Iiih ito at Fitto Urovtt. N. J., lMt week, uud
run wuy witu mot, iiwurmea Mr thu. gin.
i, : tin si1.' ' '' " ' '
Monetary and Commercial.
Finances yesterday, so far as we could
learn, ware without any parttonlar change front lart
week. The Banking qnarter continued quiet, and
dull In Mime pises., with a moderate demand for
Money, the rates ot which remained at Vf$10 per
cent, for approved Paper. Currency receipt! were
light, and likely to remain so during the week.
Kastern Kxchange was still Inactive, hnt steady,
at .tg) f and S erem. (told Arm at H andatc. pram.,
buying and sellingraia.
In New Orleans Exchange nothing was (Was, aod
tlncurrsnt Money was unchanged.
Flour ntiderwent nochanfre of cotiseqn.no. yester
day, that made from old Wheat b.iag .rare, and
wanted at very full prices p 75(5 lur fair to gnad
brands. New Wheat Klour was hard to sell and Cull
at ft 40(4 60. The sales w..ra v brli .st price,
varying from tM aoa.' 75. Whisky was rather dull
and heavy, thoosli price, were unaltered: 1,1 !W brls.
selling. Provisions were very aulet, and hardlv any
thing doing In any article. The offerings of Wheat
were liberal and the market dull, without any
change, however, In rates Corn and Uye continued
steady, and data and Barley dull.
The Import, and Exports of the various articles
during the last forty-eight hour, ending yesterday
noon, were as follows:
ftanorte Rsrlev. 331 linsh.i Butter. 70 MrkuM:
Corn, VZ2 Imshels; Choose, 27s boxe Cofle., 31 has,
Flour, I S.V) brls.; Hay, M bolw: Hoge, 971 head,
Lard. IS keos: Molasses. .IM brls.: Malt 1.312 bushels.
Oats, S,27t bushel.; Pork and Bacon, S brls.; Po
laroes, oarret.: sugar, k una..: pstt, lue Barrels,
Wheat, 5.M bushels; Whisky, n barrels.
Krnnrim ll.riev. 3.13 hiu.lM.ls: dandles. SM hAVH.
Clieoso, 11 boxes; Coffee, Z'.l bans; flour, 2,C. brls.;
Hogs, 9G hend; Molasses, HIT brls.; Pork aud pneon,
as hhds., tierces, 101 brls., 4 boxes, and l.tVlseounris;
Ktiitar, ia hbde.; Bait, brls.; Wheat, l,l-'a bushels;
r nisay, tvs oris.
The following ii a comparative atatement of rha
Import, of rerelgu Dry UootU at New York for lha
past week and since Jan. 1:
ForMaww. 183H. IN.Iff. 18fl0.
Knteredatthe nort... Il,97i',7 S4,2ia,in 12,H4I,2
Thrown on market... J,nll,:7 4,i.v,,'J.w 2,7t,3w
fiiaee Jaaaarg 1.
Entered at the port ...t.HI,IW,lVI 171.71,4 fatM1
Thrown on market... 34,su,.wl 71,2uVi03 M.IM.STb.
Hatunlay's Mew York TYawe, under date of Friday
Money matters are more autet to-day. and there Is
less inquiry for accommodation on call, and not quit,
as mucrt pressure of Paper upon the market, l ha
general tone of the market, however, ht uuchanged, '
and the rates am steady. On call the range is 3rnf
eer cent, on prime Hecttrlties, some of the large
Banks and Trust tympanies oettig tree lenders at
the lower rate. Favorite lines uf short Paeer are
freely taken at .'?t.Vi,. and longer datoa at I' per
cent, for best to fair nsmes. The courso uf the
market seemoa to oo stiapea upon an opinion tnat
higher rat.a will prevail hereafter, which w. think
not imprubabla when the demaud shall be Increased
by the wants oi ine r nil iraao, ana tno movement
f tho crops to tlie eealioeru.
.Thus far the fall trado has been liffhter than usual.
The ttouthern buyers, who impart the main staple
to the early business, are comparatively small pur
chasers to whatthey were last year, and In some In
stance, the sales to them are counted by hundreds
Instead ol thousands? 1 Here are some western pur
chasers here, but thus far they have bought care
fully. 11 tne reports are all true ol tna extent ol tne
crops of the present year lu their section, however,
we may reasonably expect that the excess of thehns
inoss from that quarter will moru than make up for
tho falllug-off in others. From the poor crops and
contracted means of the past two years the stocks of
KAMteru merchandise In tlie West most be reduced to
a very low naure, and if iu nisiurcos will permit It
can scarcely fail to bo a largo buyer at the preaeut
season. . ' ,
There Is a moderate nnsiness iiotng tu foreign ex
hange for the t'oadsrbilt aud VUy OJ iJnUtniore
steamers olto-morruw. ino range lor Uauk and ,
llaukers nuts ou iionoon is io(iiio, a tew or lue
City Drawers asking tlie latter price, but no sale.
hevonu uw s nave ooiue mi our anowieu.'.. lue sup-
ply of Oimmcrcial signatures is niainly confined to
a few grain bills, which are takon at luti'stfiloQ-V
according to the stroogtn oi tno names, un ran.
Laud-warrant, wero tuus quoieu in new ioik .i
the close of the past week:
m acres 77
pj y. aci
4 ft aci
v: u aci
1 13 V aci
as M acre
211 acres....H......HHM...... 7A
Ml acres K3
40 acre 11 V
Yesterday's St. Louis Democrat remarks :
Currency Is quite scarce, nnd ouly nominally sell
ing '4 lieloa Bankable funds. It has been remitted
largely iu nicago tor r.icuauge, aim ouiy gets out
again gradually among tlie grain purchasers. Col
lections from the various parts of the country by our
merchants have been and continue to be mosger.
Hiuht hxchanae uu tlie r.ast cluso. in lalrsunnlM
or rather tath Bankable funds and Currency are so
scarce that hose iu want of Exchange hare nothing
IU My lur lt. uuriug ,o,r yiciu., kiiiu. .iriu.
for Bsnkable fluids.
Last week's statement of theHt. Louis Bsnks again
show a decrease in every line. Th. Circulation of
the seven City Banks bus beuu reduced to a very '
small sum $175.000 and their Coin $637,000--
nearly 14 to Vl ol circuiatlun ot counw renders
them strong. But a large sum haa to be in I -servo -to
aid tlie couutry Branches.
MONDAY EVENING, July 30.
that innde from uld Wheat is scarce, and is wanted
at very full rates, say St 7.'K&for fair to good brands,
but new Wheat Is dull and hard to sell at St 404 HI:
the sales were 300 brls. Petersburg Mills B. W., de
livered at Petersburg at S wi; 00 do "treblo""
Olsgnolta, w. w . p.. .si; ho ao. iover iniiis ao. .3 oo;
list do. Miami Central lt. W. St5o: lue du. Epicurean
do. Si 7.-.: 100 do. Milton Caual W. W. Si, in du.
Houtheru Ohio do, new fi M; so do. Cillpon & Ste
phenson tin, f 1 w.
WI11HKY The market continuo. ratherdull aud
hesvv. thooah nrices can not be called lower: sals.
of 1,100 brls. at ifi-Xtrmlssc; tho latter rat. fur wagon,
and ."A brls. after 'Chaugw at )6Hc.
rtlijviMioao inero wa. nutning aone in any
trtfcle tulsv. and the market must be uuoUid yen'
quiet:alol of Bacon ide waa offered at UHc. with- '
out a saie. ....
(iKOt r.Ktuil Tne market is steady, wttu mouer.
ate demaud: sales of Mugar at g.St&VHc; Coffee at
Kiytoloc-L and Molasses at 4tc.
Y HEAT I lie otleruigs were mure llDoral, and tne
markot was dull, but without any change iu prices.
We quote prime white at Slfcol 03, and prime red at
inh7$i3; sale. 2.311) bushels prime white, delivered at.
Middletown, Ind., at 81, sold by Dubois A Augur;
200 do. good red at s5c.; ion do. inferior white at yfc;
.100 do. Hill at use.; 1,100 do. prime red at voc.; 2nodu
at Hie.; 30 du. at SSc, and IM do. cboico white at
COKN The market Is steady and the demand fair
at 406041c, In bulk; sales 1,400 bushels in bulk at 40c.;
,rssido. at 4lc.
OATH The supply is liberal and the market dull
and heavy at 3iw. for new and .1435c. for old: sales
1,liri ousoeis new at .-hmomic; ano uo. irum A.aoaiug
at 3uc.; 3isido. old and now from Landing at 3c.
UY K The demand is lair aud tne market stoady.
at ftj(ac. for prime new aud uld: sale, luu bushel
new at i,.v.
BAULKY The demand for new Is limited, and
the market dull at 73ea7hc. for prime; old is nominal.
HAY The supply Is tn excess of the demaud, and
prices declined 81 per tun, closlug at $)3(jQ14 fur goud
to prime new, aud 816 per tun for prime old, lu bales
CUCCaai mere is an imprtryea uemanu. ana tue
market closes steady lat 7(07 3.C for W. H., the latter
for selected: sales M boxes selected at 7.'iic.
BUTTE It There la a little better demand for
prime fresh; common is dull and heavy- we quoto
prime fresh W. U. at ItiaiJc., and do. Central Ohio
at lleijc; common ai flopiuc.
a LAAD&su-a saie ui so ousoeis at vt to.
New York Market.
Nkw York. July 30 P. M. Cotton firm:
ttlcH of l.iuo bales at lOSc, for middliuK t'plaud-,
Muii r dull, iitwry na aecuniiig ior commou ana
metll u in gradtut uf Wetru, while for litalo tharu in
a moderate export and horn demand at tcdy
Sricut: uleii of l,.MKt brli. at 10 foriupertlne
into; $A 30 fur extra do.; $4 &ft& for superfine
Weiitui'D; jL'tif&s 23 fur comnion to tnudiuni extra
hoop Ohlo;cloinff heuvr fur Wenteru, and toady
for A tat. In Canada Flour there in only a muder-
ate bualneH duiii, and prlceiH are ht favor uf pur
cliimort: Bales of m). Itrla.at $4 for iiipornue.
and f A o.Vo7 SO for com mum to choice extra. Uye
v lour iceauy at i -Km n iur coniuiuu vu cnoico
per Una. Orn-mwal nutet and UDchauiced.
W hiiiky Hrm aud lu moderate demuod: laleH 1VJ
brl. at .JuSc.
Wheat U a Utile more Mteauy, wttit moderHU
mand for nxDtirt: the Aruiiitiw of frettchU still ODer-
atea a anerioua check upon hippeni; aatea !., 00
Due it. Miiwnuaie tinD at 91 zi, in aiore: ,wuu
winter red Wt-nteru at 1 'X; i.7()0 du. red bute at $1;
17!;&.uialdo. lUcine spring at Si ID;),)" do. good,
ana euoire white Weateru at Si 331 W; 7(h) do. new
white Uluo t 51 33, an i.nuu 00. wnite n.ouit y
on private terms. Hye ateady: lalaa 3.AO0 ninth. aX
7li!. Corn lain lair ruqueat for home ooinuniptlun.
with aoiue little export Inquiry: aalen Tt000 hUHh. af
ok-, fur uiwouud iuixd WuaUru; l u. fur aouoddo.n
Wo. for choice ao.; w;e. ior duuluh "''V. "jr-
ior nornwrn yenow. uv "'W1'
weituru ana tanauiao, vwvry.
Purk heavy aud luwor: saius of 1.1W brla. at SIS Stk.
l. ti.p nw mms. SI 2fl for oin, 114 lor new print. .
sud (ill mi for old print.. Baaf steady; sale. ult".
tirlS. at lurwui,.,, w ,.n-v .-. .v.-.i
country mess, $stslu ni for repackiid niiws, and 111(.1
12 fuv sxtra mass. Prllaa Bias, fiaaf dull autl uoDli
ually uuuliaagiKl. Heat Ham. are very gulst. aud1'
ujirnaiiKHd. Cut HeaU firmer: aaut. oi .'si packaswa I
.t siuiisc. for aickled tlhuulders. ui-. for dry saltMi
Shoulders, and Uo. for dry salu,d Hants. Bacon is
dull. Lard iult aud steady: salea of JMI brls. at
UitQU'sc., and small lots at llsc. r
Hiittor Is guiet at luollK. for Ohio and lOiaiOi'. for
State, t'beese steady with a modsral. demand at -StjuldSc.
fir Interior to pi iuia. '
(lotlea retuaius very nrm: sales of 200 butts tnara
cutboat lie., and lis) uaas si, isi.issv "''"'I,
terms. We learn that i.'.fjc. has tteea olf.red and'.
v..t,iw.1 tor a ot OI rsir uio iiviu sv
lasses very q ii let and unchanged: sales of Whlidi.
Purto ttloo at sso. 8ua
deullui) ol Sc.; buyers kia-,
a vory btatvy at a uoratnal'""
t. alanl lu eaavoiatiou ol 'I ,
lower prices, .uicn uoiuei. .v
Hid to; busluess is thereto somewhat iiiterruot.d.
a id wi call ouly learn of aales of luu hlids. Cuba al ' '
iila?. '.: tiir wiiniu la b.14, at sticaud tat. ra-,;
eia feel not dapobetl to sub
kvi7o.; fair rellultm
eery at eIMc
New York Stock Market.
Nsw York, July 3M. titocks are irregular,
without ninth at tlvltyt Uliloageand k.k island 77i '
UhttHutu, Burliustou awl liumu) - 83: niiwauaw. .
tsslsslppl SMi Vleveiauu aim en .m,
m aadtiiicatfo 7IHi Micliiinin Bontliurtl ISH:
iaau Southern llUArauteeil4l;Jliolileiilentrnl
4I: K.alill 4Hi Krl.23l Itrle Aseut,io m: SiWi.,,
Yolk Olitral 4: LaiTosse Grant. S,: Michigan
Soutuarn HouaanTl nusoiaij nuu- js,
MbmuutiaiaasSUt. M it .i. "
, -, 1 vir ii -i ,mi.i
Axothsb AuTuoasas sob Ruthuiis. The .
Montgomery, Ala, Aietrtutr, learns trom.'
good authurity, that the author of Rutltdqr
H Alias iiacuvi L,yuua, ui vuiuuiuua, o. j, i'
M aa l.vons is suld to ba tue or the most ao-.
eoiuiiliahed young Imiiea in the South and a
brunette Oelie oi rare neauty. .