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9 i V I i WAHTf" "FOB BALK," t9H R AT LOBT." "FOUHD," " BOAIitHHO," -e.-A. sas-fierasewls oeasfaa oarier leeae Seadi'nps, nof arceeoV last r ttaea, will be Inserted etetoe for iin neast. " AWttn-K IW (UOI HANDS To sow vv or. ic, t. p.r Ainiory. Apply to O A.TKU FKI Ii, a I t'cnlri.t-avtnoe. Jal9 b I " Sfd ItOtl Itl II prlvntf family, (.'all t SOIlth- ea..t rornir 1 f John at.d Mnth-sl. jorj b W ii-criitT.fi-rinir more tiiriYdTs 1 - e'en In K or. Tents, at 87P)c oaraore street, prrwlte the National Theater, I jezu D vr. b. AtcoB. I 7 ANTFn-MAN-An active business man, I vv w it h .'41 cs.li capital can enaara In ft iwrn fner.t I nlnf e An escell.nt chance. At1!" to llll K CO , lUS ft Bit 11' t jeal-b' VV lli.lMr iw Petter-d" a, fri tn six to ten ntcnths I old. Any one having ttt.n.csn And a purchaser, ly a dresslne: l. A , at I ti ta office, lea) ! W" N E I MAN ANI) WIK1-Tn go Into the w- r- t TV, 1 n n nun pise. ;iian to rij irrd.,n torl wimm 1 ruin-work. (J. WALTON, t'rew ht ' tHic 1.111 e Jlinn.t hnllroad. jejl-b U" tit? nviurir(Hi rn.s Thev mir lied, c lored or Mi, In the host .tyle of the : ait. nt aer 1 rice. ll.au any whirr else in III - city, a' U lINH.iN'BUalleTy, NiLlh aod Malo. Hid plcl. lll(ltoitd. jell! h. 1V'vTrD- YorSG MN-T loa-n the v tnlirolype healtioM t o roust be Of R-tlt'e-' rtifiLly l.el.its. sna willing to travel. Apply at J il'f rli'lt ti tiailory, N111I11 and Main. Ji-l'.i-u IVANIKD-EVIUV PKkaON-Who nnt ISt-ifH, 10 call at flip Y'irk HW Ht'.r, ?'JO I if'h t A ucaLd twnoituicnt lit th vory uwi-pt frlce" po"T.i.. JoH-f ""'"itV ii- hiOM-For affpiirimn BTulUdr ff with fur tt e )Rly ottr?. lu a quiet fjni- i v. tu re tht-r nre no f.thrr hoitrdarg. A IMinr-il 1 r'c will n f.jTfii1 to for ripnannt Mcimnvv atRna Artdrert iAM KS B . Freei Ufflc. jzn b V'NTFD-SITIJ A riON By athorouxh t.ii Iractlcal Oh'-mf-t. in a wliolenle or rftail I'ltiB it-'to. Klr-t daw teferpncog ciia Im (riTeo, tn-ai)' tit't ho imiih ot aa object as oruptovm t. id'lrfNt H O , thtfflc. j2'i h' f nt of enpio n'pnt, liTini( a frw dolU'-a, cno D(tffe In a mnpoy -making, rcspoctublft hiinein(i. bv cuilir ff at a15 CeLtral-ar., butweoa Sixth and Grpl RP Bin J2')-b VT ANTfcH Pniilo orimtiKfaclfon am pircnpM " i-le i.n iTirr i r tha t In one of thonfl Itrta ritturps at or fi 1 h pi lc that oihr rhartrn, from AITLCOATK'1 reut litkTiPa Di-pot. N h. '4, 4 H at d 8, corijer Fifth and Mn'n. jo?ii b IVAMB D If toh wmit a aood nDd chnp PIr. t re. ffo toHf WITT A KKLIY b Uinlerr, Vt Fmirtb nt. OM Pirtnri cnpi- 'l uo to lite- d. Mora paitit talari with children thi.ne.se- ANTM-TaB active ciuu'fws'Ts t solirit nabucriPtiotis fr JOHNdON, FBr A Co. a Km Poorr. iiluitrnM with fin utevl etiravIo!, i "'w .uri lie Giimi nrrfBiiriifl w puiininafO, t1lnJt' g men of all ciiuhpr ef tociety. Apply nt our off' , No. 1, Apollo Uui'diDg, j-.'t'j-b MATFI)- ACT1VS M lif-Wlth l.ulnMW QOalHTratfons and a cash capital of from P. t f 'ft. ran Pi (1 a plowaiit and waty htminna, hv which f3 to 5s p r day can b realized. Apply at H W'-st TlnidBt jf!9 b m? ATKII-BITOATION-A youn, man, ju t W ririTfo from Tenpewiwo, in account of Uuioa p- innj-tfr- wltihfw a Dttuvtion in a UrnwrT-dt i, i thfR etty, th which bnsinew h is well ac juainteda A J nr. m.I. W , Pivaa Offl a. jpiy b V7 1 EI-81TUATION-Aa Ac-nt, by an T exPtienced man, wh i can give the bmt ref-T-etrig ami U willing, if nceniary, to luan hln em t j-n f :tNi For furihtor particulars, adJrfl-s ,f. M . Few (tlBitj. jtfpj. b ATEI A gntpman and his wtfy. or two i.gln ger t'emen, to o.rnpy a p.aaanf. Hire y furnhfd Iront rom, wita board, rim, bn ti no a) onvenloi ces, at 17 Piuro-st, Rutai-enns exrba gd jt-t f TI D If yon want a .iod and .-hPiip pic tnrpg.to HHWITl'S (iallery.tfVS Main et Old pictures oopitd np to lite sl,e. Mora pIm takn itb rhlldreo than elaewhera. mv7-tr V NTE II LITTLE FAHM-Of twenty aerog, " nbfu ten or flftm miles of th? ritr, rIiIht cn a tun p he road or on line l rail, f-r which will be Phitt one balf in cash ; th rciiiitiiider'ia a wtl- 'cino rute, omen lotttcu wt?nttru and AdilrcH ii.hNl)KB, Piibb Office, atailng itnprovenio"Mt I atiop and prire jph ANTKD-1MMKDUTSLY- 100 YOUNG 3IEX, SL Um S. Dragoons and Flying Artillery. Fori nerd apply bnt young nnmrred men, of tood cbnrattor. Pay vrie from Sl2 to Sw: pr month In addition to puy. an atiuilnre of gx.d and conr'foTtnble clttthing, h anl ard meliol at tendance will be fuTbUued free of charge, together iritb Ids BORSBAND ACC0UTBttlB)T9. Apph at onre at No. Srcamnre nt. h ii HWlJtrZKH, First Lieut Ut Dragon, lpylis-tf Kaiiiting (fflfpr. FOR SALE. i 17H SAIiB-Afl imi BOl'TB-On a morning WO taper. Apply at 07 Barr-st. j-2t-b f7ORAl.lt-BU0GY-A new PMnce Aliwrt Buggy. Will trads it for P'irt Fntultilra or i ni Call at .13 and 34 ast Fifthut betvrena p.'aiu ara ocm..re. GROIJKKY A Unit rl.a lr,il. li p).tB Grcrpiy; aoid locHtlou; low rn1 ; Btocd rom- B Will llA HOlH VrV lOW f.ir rn.h Ann! j t.i Ii'OR tAI.F-HO B8 IS ANI CAKKIAOB-.V family boie. that can bp driven by a womn aLV.vhere, and a two-Bat Jfnnr-Lind oarrlnee, toatthpr with a Bet of barno. Tbo whole tnra. jutlcr?2:6 cash. Addrau SUBUBBAN.at t)tif Preen Cilice. jl,1 f I7OR SALF-UNIT1CD 8TATKS OOVBRN. MkNT LaNP3-At I3H to SO cnt vt acre. Pernon. deeirin can eff-ct entrin of the Uuitml BlntM Government bands in MU.onri at the ai.ova piicfe, on application to the uuiHrtL'hed, who la tiiihf.rizfd to take application in doe f .rm Thee .odd are not aaampy. J. M. TUnWBltlDGK. at 1. ti. Nourae A Co.'. illuk,3() West Yliird at. mh8 tf LOST. I If iST-IO KEWABD-On Sundny tint, two MA buy Maree. The finder will receive the above regard, by leaving them wlih PATKICK MUB aAY, on lluLt-at., oaftt of Broadway, north aide. jei b TOST-VA L18R- On Sunday D'ght lat, in the A neighborhood of Slxth-et , a lame Valise a id W. moratidum-bock The nnder will be liberally rewairttd by leaving the same at 27 J TUli d etruot, betweea Ceutral-av. and John. jeO b IOfiTabLD-B ARBB fTpEN-With ebony han- ole, on Wednesday, between V 8 Oourt (Pwt. ofbrel and Fourth and Walnut. The finder, on re tun lug the samp to UKM FITM IN, C.rli.le Build. In;. Fourth and Walnut, will be rewarded je20 b IOT-4 WIVIATU KK-Picture ef a lady, on A Bunday evening. June 9, aome-where on Sov. (nib Kigbth or Beymlller n. t he And 'r will be I 'eral'T rewarded, by leaving it at 11. HRT j MAN'S, 184 Kver.lt St. jew b ,r 1 OT-DOG-In Covington, Ky., a large, black BA Newfoundland Dog ; nose and tip of tail white; , had brass or liar on Finder will be rewarded by , returning biin to H. MILLER, Fourth at., between Oieennpand Garrard. jpl9.b Ti,!,,T"J"'t'T;(),l Tuesday, llth Inst., a white M-A Bull Terrier Slut, with brlndle spots on ue4 ncd ,l'.'a- Any one relunlng the same to W. I will be rewarded. je!9 b f hT-JKWIt.RY-On Tusday. on Joho-st, ALA between Fiflh and Third, a child's Coral Nona lare and Bracelet, g.U aid coral li .ks. The flnd.. y illl.e suitably rewarded by leaving thoia at IS V tst Tlilrd-.t. jem-b I (T-IO BKWABD-An Ace .iint-book. on a i lie 13th or April, on twveuth-st., bet. Oen tial uv and Cutter st Tt is of no value to aay one !.'.'.,.!li.,."w"er' Lol" " 383 Aigbtli t . or at y0 Vlnl-st. j-lli f. BOARDING. JOARDING-A large front room, with g and bath, e.n he hiul. with hoapil I. -.,..,u, tuuuDu. auuna aj. a, ueierences re-siniren- jeia-b 1'lOAHDlNa A well, furnished front room, M.B tuiiable for a gentleman and his wife, or two rngle geetlpmen, to rent, with board. Apply at 44 Atouud-et. jel;t-h BOAHDINO-Two pleaaant rooms, furnished or uuturuulied. to let to a lady and gentleman or two aioitle gentlemen, with or without board. Apply at IHi George-st , between Smith and John. Ijen f") FOUND. - assortment of Bonnets, hibl..l.s and Mlllibery Goods, is always keol up . At the Cheap MiliUary Store, Mo. Is West Fif.u" fttrfet is the plaoa. jel be J. A. HEVDIBSON. ) OANFIELD & BGBTBAn, iuuu u Coal and Coke, Flr.-brlck and Clay, CBo and Tatd-197 Kelt Front St., aonth tide, between Butler-st and Miami CanaL BW Constantly an hand a supply of Tonghlo- fbetiy, Feaoh-orchard Cannel and Bartfoid City oal; City.auaniifaotured and Molseasport Ooka; fire-brick and Clay. fea-tf IF 101! WANT BEPA1B1II or at cm son IM TDK PLTJMBIPia LINK, aVBOMPTLT ANB UIASOHABLT, CALii Ot 11. MeOOLLUM, e Bo Ml Weal Slltn-s-,. rot Tine and hA DRS. WARDLE & DOUGHTY DBNTI8T8, OQWI!r FOrHTII STREET, ARB M row inaeriii.g their vert superior Artitlclal Teeth, at the f'.lluwiug rates : Sail Set, on Oold, $ to tlnO; :pper Set, n Gold, (40 to fan, OootlnuuuaGuui. Full Sit, IH0 ..Btiiio..us Gum, tipper Set, f VI; Full Set, Sllv. r. tM to t-V, Upper Set, Silver, l to niyW a THE WKEKLYPIKW NOW RltDT, coutainilig the wows of the Week, kota Koreiaa au Loral, aud a Telegraphio Summary of JEvanM . sUM-where, up to the hour of going to press. , fur sale at the C.uuting room. Price oanta. rpilK WKBKLV PUBete) NOW RBUV, J ountaiulLg the N ewe of the Week, both Foieigs Sod Local, and a Telegraphio Summary of Cveala a.vwbere, up to tba hour of goiag to areoa. ft weale at the Countiuf-room Price -1 oen ta. FIMIB WKBKI.T PMKttie NOW HKADV, runlsluing the News of tha Week, polk F velga and locat, ai.d a Telegraphio Mammary of Sveuta vlHpwItere, i4a Iba hour of coluif to prea,. ., t ut aalxki lue CvmilUi tuviu, i'lioa H coats, FOR RENT. J, MIK HKMT-rRAIns) 1,'OTf AMI -Two rooms ai d kitchen Bent 7 !WI per roonlh, wr In. (llided. Apply at Coal Oflloe, SI) West flttlisl., b'-,ow flttine. jeifl . I.tOR H PNT-THREW RIHIMtt-On Hie second : floor, alih aas Aptly at 4 I lla'hwy street, betweeo Linn and Baymllleraad Slathand n oree. tieets. Jpi'i be I.R R f. NT-VIR Y l.OW-A pew teToVtory ltrtck Ilon.e, of six rooms, hath-roooi gas ar.a water, sod laipe cellar, situated on PitiP'irre"t be. tw. en Clark end tieet Inooire of J. U. BttttWaf, Sit? Richmond St., near Linn. jeMi-h If OR B RNT-Tbree tooma, s'tmnipr klteh 'n, . rtllar, Ac., to a family with ot ih(l lro A op v cn the prernix'. to I'li. OBMUNU, Dentist. 'I ft 'lre-st , Ptar Hevenlh. jelfl n J.OR II KNT FOUR H'lOMS -On seoond Boor, at I t J Sivth "t , between K ,ce and Kiel, with very c Juvcnience for a sneall family. Beat low, 11.11. Ul RENT-nbiTtrT-N,,. 4 Harris 'n-st root, thiee donrs oast of Broadway ; a ilelral.'e reBi. rtnce. Also, a neat, entail H'Oiie, on Kept Wnlotlt ITilla, within citv lloilts. Will l.e ruted lew to a good tenant. 0. W J AM KP, 'A ilorriaon-st. el-d I" Mil R RNT-TWO B R I Tk COTTAG With Ha reoms at,d cellar and g od cltt.ro, rn Biirnet avpnue, by the Widow's Homo Bent glO per rnenth. lrqiltro on '!! cortier of Atlhorn aLd lllplilard era., of K TDWNlKY. jel-f li"! M rlNT-A two.story Frame House, of T "J ro"nts, with hot nod old wsier la ' .atn-rnnni, and front, side and rear yards, at iiJ?, Sn,I'.l,l'n, Per niontb. Apply to A. II. H'cGCKsgY, 1JH main st .npaiaiia ihyga-tf IO . H ErT-A two-story Frame Ilooee, of all r.Kics, with Lot of filly feet front, on the south sloe of Poplar at . tielween John an d Cutter t., suitable Tor a butcher or 1'raymao. apply to A. II. McUtFFfcl, 10 Main st , up stairs. ' i. 9-tfl AUCTION SALES. AICTION HAl,B-BT,r ORA FF KOUl,. rtirmtiri st aurfiou.- Will 'e soM at Polille Auction, on TlirnriA MORNING. June 2H Isr.l. t yn clock, et West Fturth st ,the Furniture of a fMtr.tly. vis : PaM.OR-11 tiMpl Caraet and Rug, Marblo-t.oa terttr tnl.lna Halrol. th S rlable and rm chairs, Tal.l Book cii-e Windoer.abadea. o. liALL-Oilrloto. Het-ra.k.l Stair car pet and Bods, Ice.cbeat. I mhrella.iard. Door mats. Ac. lHAinKK-Carpets, Freoch nd other Bed teads ; .Mots, Cotton, ."lite-k and H.ilr-nt 1 'trna.ea; Boleler Bid Plllnwe, Hnlrcb.th Lounge, Tal.la and ltuck-etand. Marble-top liresina-burn ins, M irMa. stands, Warilrobt.Table, Window-shades, Cl aire, Ao AL'0-(tk MnrMe top 81 leboard. O ik Exten sion table, Oak Chairs, Oilolotli, clock, !,t or. l'ltiirg and 1eaan, niaHware, Ac. Cojiutig. atove and apparatua, and Kitchrn Ftiroitnre JACOB GRAFF. Auctioneer, J! iH Bast Fourth-street. AITTION (SAI.E-RY Wei, IS MILKS alis-room. No -ii Veurl-st. Peremptnry Sile oi Manilla I'jper.Wrapptng twine, KnveloralS, Hta- fle airi Faocy I ry Gooils, at Auction On FBI Af HORNING. June 21. at 9 o'clock, mm reams fine Manilla l'apr; Wl.oiKi Kveljpes, aisorted ; 3 bales V rapping-twine. AlSi- general Tarlety of Staple and Fancy riy Goods. jr.2H AVt'TION !AI.E-Thera Is a flue Billiard-tni-lo. with ToiIIh at.rl Cu -s complete, to l,e said at IOOPKR A 8T0K KH'M Auction-room, I t Kaat Fcurth-stroet, on THUatoDAK, June Jo, 1MI Oill and see It. jW-d A I 'TION A1.E-BY SMITH WILLIAMS', (Siinvseiira to Kellogg A Willlaoia.) rales room, Nos. M'A and it 4 F.Mt Third-. tnet. -Large sntl Regular -a'e of Pawn-brokers1 G ion, at Ano. t.on-Ou IIIl'ilSDAY MORNING, ,lu.,e 20, at 9 o chck.will be sold a large stock of nnrodesroed Pleogee, cocsi.tlng of 2lsi rtunilles and T-unks. con tint Ira- Gepts end Ladles' Wearing Apparel: line fcllk Tresics. Manllcs, Crape Shawls, Ac Al SO A large lot of Gold and Silver Watches, G. lo Chains. Diamond Pins. Rings, Gnns. Pistols, join BM11H A W ll.LH.lvlS, An tioneers. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PEARL STRAW BONNETS, (VKBY FINE.) BLACK ANO WHITE Hair CactuF, AND Soft Straw, (EXTBA FINE ) IMisses' and Infants' Xlnts and Hats, EYEBY KIND AND STYLE, AT MRS. DAXOYEB'S M1LLIXERY. CEEAT REDUCTION IS PUICES 1 Call early, as the stock la just received direct from lie East, and Is full and fresh. Don't forget the place. 100 West Fifth-street, jelO-Sdrtf BKTWEFN ELM AND PLUM. erCIlLNOIIC. P?Kt.R WANTINO CU IMLS to make np clothing tor U 8. Vulnn tefTi mill be furniihtd with our mippri..r Lo. k atitch Fowir gmachitifs at N K-H LF our regu lar prices, Mch rauge from $.Ai to .h. As there an; ludiiy whocoubl Ktwork pVntyand nn.lir good wtut.8 trtbuyonly had a machine, we will fui iah such wiih our 9 Machine at tU'.. We tiipp s- that this -.flerf in additloo to nur uianufiic tuiing clothing for theaoldiira free or cbarga, will at leat he as bt nt-flrUi und considered as pittriutx as i)iahiiiR a display of flaga merely aud doing nolbii'g uii re. VN10N MANCFACTURINO COMPANY, jel5-f Qt West Fourth-st. Ohio Union Loan. Office or Commismf:rs or Sinkiko Fitud, 1 OOLUMBL'S, 1UI0, Juil JO, I til. J TlFErO"niIflNEimfFTHH srK ING HM of the tirate or Ohio, Invite huo scilptions by the people of tho State to the Loan of $2,000,011., authorized by the act of thn Otaerai A eemblT, "To provide more elT.'Ciiiilly for thedfit 'oe of the State ag-tinftt iuTai'vn," parsed April it, ISol, Oertiiicatofi will le idoued fit muuin of Snto, hq 1 up. waid, payable July 1, at the 8ttto Treaniry, beaiirg interest at the rate of six percent. pr au niin, payaltle aeml anotully, and by tba act au tborizing the ban fiee truin taxation iStibnict iptiODB v. ill be received ut the Office or the fYuirolflsfoiv ra, lu the city of 'luliitnhua, at each of the Sol.ent Ui,ukihg Institutious iu the 8tato, ami at the several County Trmies in the titiKe, uutil the hist day of .Inly, lxfil. Jnterewt will be cmputed and pa'd from tba date of the depweitof the uvoey at either of the places above iiuined H. W. T YLF-B, Anditor of State, A. P. KI'SSBLL, Secretary of rt'ate, JAM KH MUHKAY, A'toroey OenorHl. Jel2tjyl (JoinoiiHBiDoera of the 8iuking Fuad, yyr HERB CAN YOU GET J Good-fittinflr Shirt? ATV I.ICHARUHON'8, IN THE MASON 10 BCILDINO, my2 1y Walnnt at , near Third. Parisian Pearl-drops. PARISIAN PEAHL DBOPS, FOR. BE aliiVlSii tret-sties, tao. ete., ami iuipartiog a pearly whiteness to the complexion. Fur iale by UPWARD 80AN LA N & CO., Druegisli, el6c lS'Tth eaat corner Fourth ami Maia sta. MILITARYGOCDSI SWORllf, BBI.TM, PPACT.BTTES, hAblits, GILT and BR-SS III1TMNS, LAu'ii, Ac, at JOHN BON KB' S, NO, 36 WEST FIVTU.SJTH.BBT, niyJo-tf Cincinnati, Ohio. nAIDRKRCHlKF EXTRACT 8. Fraueleaunl. ralchoulv. Km.rut Kueenla JtK;key Club, Sweet Briar, Uondeletla, Geriioinn Verliei.a, Rose, and every other favorite Kxtraoa. for sals b ALBBHT ROSS, Druggist, lain W.sor. Oentral-av and Blghih-f. JaJkJtftQ SC HOULKY, Founders and Engine-builders. CIBCUXnBJl 8AW-MI1XS. WOUD-WOMINS MAOHUfESl jrnar John aa Water-streets, OtnolnnaM. reel. I Elock-tln Pipe. FOR A 81'PBHIOR KIM) OF BLOCK. TIN Plfav, for Blue Lick, .!. etc . oaU oa II. ftlcCOLLUM, sel 101 W.st Blub St., bet. Vlue pi d laoa. Ijs.lt ANCIMKBI.I.Y, M. KMPKL ANDHO. ' ClllA LONG vs F O ANOtHlsoN -llelore David Fi.ber J P , of Cincinnati Township. Hato llt, n CoHnty, Ohio -On the 7th day of May list, said Justice issuet an Order of Atteuhmaut, lo the above actio, fox the sum af sixty -nve dol-ars. r. KKLf.Y. Cincinnati, May it. ul. iel-osa HII'ITAT WINE -JUfsT KBCmVEOi JO lva i ases very choice Muscat Wiue. For aale by JOHN BATIW, National Theater Building, Syoa. ii"o-i aeaw C-i BNTIs' VUIlNISHINa OIMIU4, ctoap.at . WAI.DRON'S, jelA Opposite the Henrie H.inea. DA. WALDHON, Itl KErn ANT T Ale LOB. la manulacturliig Olutbisg at War Prkea, at 11 last loird st., oppualt the Henri Bouse. jelft CBOICB GREEN AND BLACK TBA8. of lata Imporlaaon, at COLIKU's, 319 aud 3il Maln-at. - - saylM OLD GOVERNMENT JAYA COFFER, atlXil.TRR S.aitt anda-il Main. ata' IV YOU ARB II WAN OF A HOttftB, advertise la the Fit Kan. It sue not evei Kiwi tsU im wut atntlst s iswA raei Aswst THE DAILY PRESS. 1 1ll HnriAV . JUNK it I Paaaleir AdTfrtleaeiata. Sae Oiacsnaerl Daii.T Pnaea Is fae eytraral arpaw o labor eed ewsp'omewt e Ihlt efry. Tht fartluim a emwaiSHsieaSsnsi wAios UjM'nUhm beneeen looorprtflad evariovers, aevl tilimsa eapitaf ami iadauMry, by atonal of Ut lory e otrtmlation mmd eaeop avtrsvffseraears, swe tly lae peeyls trlfa a eoeteairno. asaica aas en'y to be rWr e e aprrseoW. A M'f aelaernWeiei,! a Me ltAll.1 raise pfiuv. las ofyeei 6eers monp lAoapands of bofs labcreri and ettijilopers, awf of dauere awd s.f.ees. Anwees fo arrerffemenoi mop N rvef"f ol fas eJH ' I'aii T Ps, ss, staled, and aauVeued lo aarnes mutait vr iiMinee. VANTSI WANTKM If yon want a Servant, advertise in THE DAILY PBESS. If yon want a Uonse, advertlie In Till DAILY PBESS. If JCU want to Sell any thing, advertise in TDK DAILY t'RRSS. If you want to Buy any thing, tdvertlse In THE DAILY PBESS. In fact every want can be supplied by advertising In HIE DAILY PBESS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. City News. :,MiTioaoLooiCAbOnpxBVATiois By Henry Ware, No. T Wnt Fourth-st., Jure 19: fTofocS. Bororasrer. rsermomefap. "AM tun A hove aero r,A " J - ?i 41 A eove "r,-Ml P. M ... 41 Above aero 7K WibLiAHS k Obvib, 164 Rice dlreet, sill the only first-class SewinK-mschioei for $25. Tm lnrfidst home made bread in the city can be Lad at Smith's bakery, south east corner of Court and John. Thb Alutnrtc of the Wesleyan Female College will celebrate its ninth anniversary, at ten o'clock to-morrow. Hknby Clay Skibmisdhrs. The Henry Clny Skirmishers are to meet at their ar mory at eiht o'clock this evening, prepar atory to going into ramp. Ib FORMATION FOR TnR Pboplj. A. E. Bar low, 140 West Fifth street, keeps the best phoes, and at lower prices, than any store iu the city. Bear this in mind, and try them. "A dime saved is as Rood as a dime earned." Al.LtnKD CotJNTERFEITKRS ARRI3TR0. Two pet sons, Maria Snyder and Samuel Cheity, were yesierday arrested and lodged in the Uammond-street Station hou-e, on a charge of attempting to pass counterfeit bills on the Rank of Louisville. An Aspirihq Yodno Man. An Individual of our acquaintance is ambitious to be adopted into the Dennison family, and offers to our worthy Governor a percentage on all the profits, in case that Individual will ac cept bis propositions. The subjoct is now ntider advise ment. Adams ExrnEss Compaky. To the Adonis Express Company we continue to be daily indebted for Easte-.n papers, always In advance of the mail. We are greatly obliged to the courtesy of the attaches of the Company for these fivors, which are always fully appreciated. Public Impkovemknts. A special session of the City Council will convene on Friday evecicg, for the purpose of passing improve rcent ordinances. We hope enough members will attend to transact business, as employ nicot will thus be given to hundreds who are in need of it. Let Councilmen forgo the pleasures of domesticity for one evening, at least, and do a good nights work. Mks. Hanovkb's MiLLfNEttY. -There Is no place in the city where millinery work ii done up in better taste than at Mrs. Han over's establishment, 100 West Fifth-street. There is another thing to recommend the concern: prices are brought down to the even standard, and the most elegant goods can be bought at the cheapest rates. The way to test the matter Is to try it. Price one of Mrs. H.'s beautiful straw or cactus bonnets, and then see where you can do better. Alf, Burnett's Beskkit at Smith k Nix on's Hull, on Saturdav nicht. Droniisea a rich treat. Alf. himseif will give a host of tnriliiDir poems, comic debates, and laugha ble characters. Mr. Charles Warren, the prince of flutists, has kindly volunteered. Henry Worrell, Menterand his band, Enoch Powers, also our old friend Lieutenant Mon" tagnier, will sing a favorite ballad. Such an attractive bill U seldom presented to the community. Arrival of Two Indiana Regiments—Brilliant Reception—Grand Military Display. Play. The Eighth and Tenth Indiana Regiments, nnder command of Colonel Benton as Senior officer, and Cotonel Mansing as Junior, ar rived in this city last night about seven o'clock, on the Indianapolis Railroad. Like all the Indiana troops who have passed through here, they were a noble-looking set of men, and all well equipped and drilled. Their uniforms and arms were really re freshing to us, who have been used to the mieerable incompetency of Governor Denni son, and do great credit to Governor Morton. They were met at the depot by about a thousand of our Home Guards, and escorted up Fourth-street, arriving at the Fifth -street Market space about nine o'clock, where Mr. Jeoffroy, and our other patriotic land lords, had prepared and spread out in profu sion a substantial meal. It is needless to say that they partook heartily of the fare placed before them. Tbey left at twelve o'clock last night for Western Virginia. LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. Charlotte A. Short c. J. T. Short. A suit tor a divorce, tried before J udge Collins. A divorce was allowed on the ground of gross neo.)tct of duty. Phillips for petitioner. Mary Ann Miller vs. John Miller. A de cree of divorce was also granted in this case, on the ground of willful absence and neglect of duty. The parties were married about five years afo, and alter the honeymoon was over the husband disappeared and has not been since heard from by his wife. An order was made for $300, and the petitioner was restored to her maiden name. R. A. Jobs aton for petitioner. Maron t. Carr and others. In an action of replevin, tried before Judge Mai Ion, a verdict wag returned for defendant, dainaget $185. : Boyle for plaintiff; Dodd for defense. ; BxroBA Jimaa Carts. Three recogni zance! were forfeited, the defendants who were out on bail net appearing. - SUPERIOR COURT. Room No. 2. P. Cody its. Alexander and Ross McCabe. An action on two notes. R McC. defends, alleging that big name waa used without authority. Case submitted to Judge Storer. Ward for plaintiff; W. Til den for defense. Room No. 3. Moore vs. Gilchrist; Hill vs. Tbe Same. A motion to Judge Hundley to ditniits an attachment in each cam. Tbe plaintiffs aver that they are partners witii defendant in the steamer Union, and sued out attachments apainst him on the ground that be bad kept all the money of a certain trip about $5,000. The Court was of opinion that the affi davits were insufficient in stating a cause of action, and In eaou case dismissed tbe at tachment. Mills and Oordon for plaintiff; Thompson and Nesmith for defense. PROBATE COURT. ively fifteen aod thirteen years, selected Catherine Hoel as their guardian. . Assignee of Braman Oct, to give addi tional bond, and exceptions to account. Referred for the purpose of taking testi mony. Letters of administration gran tad to Mar garett Rapp. on tbe aetata of Jacob Repp, deceased; boqd $2,000. Securities, accepted and appraisr Appointed. Arrival of Hon. Andrew Johnson—Procession of the Covington Military—Brilliant Impromptu Reception at the Burnet House—His Personal Appearance— Speeches in the Afternoon, &c. Hon. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, ar rived In this city yesterday, by way of the Kentucky Central Railroad, and took rooms at tbe Burnet Uonse. Althongh but few minutes elapsed after it was known that he was on the down-train, three military com panies from Covington met him at the depot, and escorted bim to this city. His arrival here was altogether unexpected, end was only made known in the streets, after he reached Covington ; but the newa waacanied to every part of town in the shortest possible period, and when he ar rived, ten minutes afterward, he was greeted by at least ten thousand persons. He was escorted from his carriage to the Burnet House, a beautiful silk banner, the property of the Kenton Home Guards, waving over his head. As scon as be had ascended to the last step, he turned toward the crowd, and in obedience to a unanimous call, responded in a patriotic speech. He said he was highly flattered by the manifestations be had just witnessed ; the more to as they were altogether nnexpectcd. In defending the Union he claimed no merit, as to do bo was the duty of every citizen. Applause. He had only done his duty long applause, and he hoped all men would do theirs. Applause and responses of" We will." No matter what position some parts of Tennessee might assume, there was one division which would stand by the country opplaure and the country' flag the ban ner which so proudly floated o'er him now. Long continued applause The people of East Tennessee were loyal citizens of the American Union, and knew no flag but tbe stars and stripes applause the banner which had been borne by Washington, and Jackson, and Scott. Tbey will stand by it at all hazards; and the time would come when it would float in triumph over a land ot peace and a Government restored. Great applause. Tbe people of East Tennessee are in dan ger of being invaded by the enemy, and they ask to be placed in a position to defend themselves ; and if placed in that position, no fears ot tbe consequences need be enter tained. Applause. He then thanked the people for the recep tion they bad given him, and retired. An impression prevailed that Mr. Brown low had accompanied him, and loud calls were made for him, from which the crowd only desisted when tbey found they were mistaken. Mr. R. B. Carpenter of Covington then delivered a short address. JOHNSON'S APPEARANCE. The pnblic naturally entertains a curiosity to learn the appearance of a man who has shown so much moral and physical courage as Mr. Johnson. Heroism Is generally asso ciated, in tbe minds of the people, with a dignified, but not haughty, demeanor, and well-developed physique; and in Mr. John son's case, the association is perfect. He is about fifty years of age, rather above the ordinary bight, and well proportioned; his physiognomy is of the kind which great leaders usually possess, and is Indicative ot both physical and moral courage. His fore head bas a highly intellectual appearance, particularly in the region of the reasoning powers. His right arm waa accidentally broken some time ago, but its nse is not permanently impaired. His hair, which in youth and early manhood was black, is now sprinkled with gray. As a speaker, he is forcible and convincing, but he Indulges in none of that spread eagleism which is such a strong characteristic of Southern orators SPEECH AND PUBLIC RECEPTION. In the afternoon a committee from the Chamber of Commerce waited on Mr. John son, requesting his presence at their hall, but as he had made prior engagements he was compelled to decline. About half past three the members of the Chamber, together with Mr. Groesbeck, the Mayor, and avast concourse of citizens, welcomed him at the Burnet House, Hon. Wm. S. Groesbeck de livering the address. MR. GROESBECK'S SPEECH. Mr. Groesbeck said that he desired the distinguished guest, and all the people of his section to understand that this was not a war against the South, nor the peculiar in stitutions of the South ; but a war to defend the honor of the national flag, uphold the Constitution, and enforce the laws. It was the intention of all loyal men, wherever found, to maintain the Government, irres spective of administrations, if it lay in their power. Rebellion must be crushed. This was tbe determination, not of the soldiers only, but of the millions of peaces loving and substantial citizens now at their occupations at home. Better that this gen eration should Buffer than that posterity should inherit only despotism or anarchy. He wanted no petty country, confined within the limits of a single State or section; but he wanted a nation able and willing to defend itself, and sufficiently strong to make it respectable'. He then tendered the distinguished visitor a hearty welcome in behalf of the people, who, by their applause, gave unmistakable el-v deoces that be wag welcome indeed. MR. JOHNSON'S SPEECH. Mr. Johnson, in reply, said that words would fail to express the emotions he felt at the brilliant reception he had so unexpectedly received. He felt that it come from the hearts of a true and loyal people, determined tosuBtain the Constitution and the laws. For bis part, be indorsed every thing Mr. Groesbeck bad said; Be was a citizen of what Borne term the "sovereign State" of Tennes see, but he w. s at the same time a citizen of the United States, and as such, was most emphatically for the maintenance of the Con stitution and the supremacy of the laws. The Constitution forms a basis of union which, if carried out, will secure the rights of all ; for his part, he was willing to notonly abide by it, bnt actively sustain it whenever occasion required it. It would be impossible toexpress the devotion he felt for his country and its liberties. Much had been said about the North and tbe South, and be wag gratified at the friendly feeling which Mr. Groesbeck bad expressed for tbe section in which be was born and raised, and in which he now resided. He knew that this war, so far as the North was concerned, did not grow out of the peculiar institutions of the South, but was an effort on the part of the North, and the border States, to enforce the law and maintain the Union. Loud applause. It was to bring back those individuals, who in their madness had set the laws at defiance, and adopted tbe heresy of Secession a doc trine in conflict with all order and organiza tions, political social and moral, It is hell born and hell-bound; it must be crushed out, now and forever must be annihilated. If Secession is not destroyed, it will iotro duce a universal disintegration and chaos; it is abominable in its conception, and abominable throughout; if let alone it will carry all in iu train. - All parties must have their constitutional lights; and he was glad to say that, on the part ot the loyalists, there was no desire to Interfere with the domestic institution, of any Stat. Applause.) He believed all were willing to leave them to those laws of nature which lay at the foundation of all things, and which no human enactments can change or control. , ,- He had made np his mind apoa the subject of nullification and Secession in 1833; he bad advanced his opinions frequently since that period, and he entertained the same views now. i A government which could not sustain itself ii no government; it must have power to enforce iu laws against traitors at home, as well as to defend itself from enemies abroad. Ws have stow arrived at a period in our history when we are called apon to prove that wt bare a goTernmeat. Lett as bow dispel th Illusion With which despots have for three-quarters of aoentnry cnnaoled themselves, that onr Union would melt away before, tbe first storm. Neither States nor individuals bare a right to defy the laws; if they do, they must be chastised. In tbe last struggle for the TreRidency there were four candidates in the field. Tbe friends of Douglas claimed that he was the beet Union candidate; the supporters of Breckinridge, of whom the spciker was one, believed their favorite the beat Union candi date; the followers of Bell believed tbe same of their favorite; and, so fares be was able to learn, the Republicans had always been for tbe Unien. The only question during the whole canvass was, who was pre-eminently Bound? Was it Bell, Breckinridge, Lincoln, or Douglas? But in the present great struggle all party lines had been ob iiternted there were now no political par tiep, but the country wag divided between the friends and enemies of the Union. (All had joined in one fraternal band tn support of the bright stars and broad stripes, the emblem of their nationality. Tbis, which bad been borne by so many victorious armies, and by the most distinguished com manders the world ever saw, must be kept floating unsullied it mnst be defended to the last extremity. For himself, he was proud to be an upholder of that flag, fie then gave a history of tbe manner in which tbe Legislature of his State bad voted to transfer her people to the Southern Confed eracy without consulting tbtm. The slave frequently bas the choosing of a master when be is to be sold, but tbe free people of Tennessee had bad no such option. True, an election had been ordered ; but it was a coma plete farce. Fifty-five thousand men bad been voted, and placed in charge of the Southern Confederacy, before the election took place. Oute-ide of Eastern Tennessee the Union men dare not vote. Three thnn. sand officers bad been appointed and salaried on purpose to overawe the Unionists and drive them from the polls. w nai toe b nion men wanted was to be placed in s, condition to repel invasion, whether it came from the South, or from parts of their own State. If they have arms, thev will defend thnir hnmoa ttiAie and children to the last. He was no futritive: he was now on buai. ness connected with tho action of a Conven tion, which was to defend themselves, as soon as the means to do so could be pro.-, cured. If the country needed his bronertr. np en quired his life, either or both should be given, ' i -n l.j ! j . , ... . e. . . suu su ueucBireu was mat nts ooay migut be shrouded in tbe Stars and Stripes for a winding sheet and buried amid his native mountains. He had no desire to survive his country, but if that were to fall, he asked to be entombed with it. HIS TRIP THROUGH KENTUCKY. Mr. Johnson, with a party of three friends, started in a conveyance from tbe nearest railroad point in Tennessee, for atrip over the mountains to Kentucky. On passing through Cumberland Gap tbey were fired upon ten or twelve times by men upon the hills, but fortunately the entire party es caped nnhurt. Through Kentucky to Lexington the party were unmolested, and generally well re ceived. On Monday evening Mr. Johnson made a Union speech at Richmond, Madison County, to a meeting: of several hundred persons, and was enthusiastically cheered. The Union feeling appeared to be firm and uncompromising. Tuesday evening he Bpoke at Lexington, and his remarks were loudly applauded. Along the line of the Kentucky Central Railroad, yesterdnv, wherever it was known that Mr. Johnson was on the train, large crowds assembled and gave him a hearty welcome. The Secessionists treated bim with marked respect. Mr. Johnson had been invited to address the Indiana troops in the evening, but as they did not arrive till a late hour, he was obliged to leave before they reached Fifth street Market-space, ne started for Wash ington on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, at nine o'clock. Pbbrmtation. Lieutenant S. B. Loem enstine, Company K, First Kentucky Reg iment, Camp Clay, has been presented with a sword and belt by his numerous friends of this city. Steamboat Register. rrfeais-Magnolia, Mikravtlle; Forest Queen, Malison; Buperior, Louisville; Lancaster Ho. 4, Neville. Vrparhiret Msgnolik, Maysvllle; Forest Queen, fiiaulson; tiuporlor, Louisville; liancaiter No. 4, Neville; decora, Lonisville. - COVINGTON NEWS. Reception of Hon. Andrew Johnson. About ten o'clock yesterday morning a tele graphic dispatch was received by a prom inent citizen of Covington, announcing that the Hon. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, was on board the morning train of the Cov ington and Lexington Railroad, and would arrive in Covington about eleven o'clock. Notwithstanding the very brief space of time intervening, it was immediately deter mined to give the brave Tennesseean such a reception as would demonstrate to him the interest and approbation with which the peo-' pie ef Northern Kentucky have watched his recent course, and their cordial approval of, and sympathy with, the man who, in the face of every social and personal dan ger, has nobly dared to stand up for tbe flag of bis country and proclaim honor, truth and loyalty in the midst of treason and re bellion. Accordingly, notices were sent to the sev eral military companies, and in a very short time the Kenton Union Guards, tbe Boone Rifles, the Marion Artillery and the Ken tucky Grays were mustered, and forming in procession, marched to the depot to receive the distinguished guest. By this time a vast crowd of citizens bad collected, and as the -cars came into the depot they were greeted with cheers, waving of handkerchiefs and other demonstrations of applause. Captain Amos Shinkle, of the Kenton Union Guards, then introduced the Houoras ble Senator his to company and the crowd, who received him with three hearty cheers. He was then escorted to a carriage in waiting, and the various military companies, with the band and a number of citizens, formed in procession and escorted him to the ferry. Along the route frequent cheers from tbe bouses and the crowd in the streets greeted the procession, and when they reached the ferry-boat men crowded around the carriage to shake hands with tbe Honorable Senator, and express their congratulations and admi ration of his course. The military and the band crossed the river and escorted their guest to the Burnet House. Circuit Court. The Court met pursuant to adjournment at eight o'clock A. Al., and took up the Commonwealth docket. Tbe cases of tbe Commonwealth vs. Geo. A. Bancroft, and same vs. Cornelius & Glacken, were continued. Lewis Collins and Thomas C. Kelley were fined $2 50 each for contempt of Court John McDonald, convicted of selling liquor to minors, was fined $50, and in de fault of payment was committed to Jail until the amount shall be paid. John Ryan was found guilty on two In dictments for the same offense, and fined $0 in each case, and ordered to stand committed until paid. Tilman Webster appeared before th Court and renewed his bond in the sum of $000 for bis appearance at the next terra of the Court. George Sicord, charged with passing bogus coin, was acquitted. Harry Jones, indicted for keeping a gaming table, was found guilty, and sentenced to ten days' confinetneat in the county jail. John Holly, charged with grand larceny, was brought into court, and, in default of bail to the amount of $100, was committed to jail. The fines in the case of Collins and Kelly were ordered to be remitted. Indictments were reported by the Grand Jurv in thefollowiniroiisea: Maru-aret Reran. LMary Burns and F. B. Stark, charged with lulony. ueorge uuuy ana cattiaruie Baker, charged with keeping disorderly houses. Tbe Court then adjourned over until Fri lay, at eight o'clock A M. City Cousoil Tbe City Council met yes terday aftcrnoua in special session, to hear the reports of the Sub-Committe on Public Buildings in relation to the proposed en largement of the county jail and poor house, and th Special Committee appointed to consider the condition of the unemployed poor of th city, but a neither committee was ready to report, th Council odjeuroed after passing an order appropriating $10,252 for th payment of interest and exchange on the th city bonds da July 1, aud instruct lug the City Treasurer to remit that amount; and also voting not to claim any coinpeusa tion for their servio in this extra session. I . Mr." Slmms, th Disunion eendldat for Cooerees in th Ashland (Ky.) District, said a short tlm ago that he would rather go to th Penitentiary than to Congrejitt, . II knows WMr so triaieda or. .. r i ... t- a- i . Our Military Correspondence. Special Letters from Camp Dennison. CAMP DENNISON, June 18. Tn tht WKors ef (Aa Daisy Press ( - The tamp was all animation this morning, on the announcement that the mtiBtering-efricer was upon tbe ground, ready for terries. Many who had made np their minds to go home suddenly "rsverstd judgment," and were, as they call it, "russeof1 In yesterday. Captain Russell's company Company G, were the first who took th oath to serve their country for three years, or until the war was ended, Lieutenant Walker, of the United State Army, offi ciating as tbe mustering-officer. Sis other companies followed Suit to day, and in a few days more w shall have a fine regiment, fully armed and equipped, and, I hope, off for the field of battle. No sensible man blames those who refused to go for three years; in fact, nothing conld be more unjust. Mauy among them have borne tbe hardest of trials, especially those Who toakrd, starved and roue at Camp Har rison. Now we are in comparative comfort; still, there are many things yet due th men things they have a right to demands and it behooves tbe officers to stir np the de linquents, whoever they are. Ai I am now a soldier for th war, and sworn in, I dart not mention names, either in blame or ? raise, therefore I must keep a still tongue, believe, however, all are now doing what, ever in tbem lies to stir np the oW titan t "powers that be." One would bnve imagined by the universal bnbtub of the ' united confederated pres of Cincinnati," that tbe Guthrie Grays bail dis banded gone to pot; but it proves to my mind that tbe papers can not at all times be trusted. Let a dog fight occur, and imme diately it is magnified into a grand battle between two companies; and if a guard resists the passage of one who would force his way over the line, why then the papers and the public all proclaim A pitched battle between two regiments, and thus the city is kept alive with rumors of war at Camp Dennison. feel safe in saying that there is not a part icle of ill feeling between any regiments whatever npon the camp; all is unanimity. There is a laudable ambition to excell each may think their's the best drilled; but no nnkind feeling Is manifested. Tbe entire Montgomery bojs, a night or two since, united in a grand three-times-three cheers for the Guthries, which the Grays returned with interest and a "tiger." Tbey are there to prepare to fight a common foe; to cleanse from the face of the earth, if necessary, a horde of traitorous villains; they know and feel this, and any little individual wrongs should not be magnified by the papers into regimental quarrels. Deputy Sheriff Armstrong visited camp, yesterday, and made a levy upon Burnet s Museum. Burnett said business was very dull, and "Wash" could do more than he bad done (that is make a levy) -Colonel Bosley and Major Christopher kindly went security for the amount due, declaring, how ever, that the museum was regimental prop erty, and not subject to execution. Tbe Sheriff left camp "with his judgment sat isfied. This afternoon, Mr. Mullon the Daguerreo typist, was busy photographing the differ ent cantonments upon tbe ground. Ball, the indefatigable J. P. is also busy from morn till night. He is located near tbe head quarters, and 'tis a rich treat to visit his place and see the peculiar faces he has to take. Girls have a great love for regimen tals, and the boys are sending to their "lady loves" the "shadow" ere it passes away. One good-natured, full-hearted country boy exhibited a picture of his "gal" as be called it, and said that he was going to fight jmt for her sake, the promise of tbe girl being that she would marry him on his return from tbe war, if he sustained the honor of his country's flag. This he swore to do, and was in a big hurry to get where he could shoot a "Secesher" or one of them "Duso lutors" to prove his love for his girl and his country. Speaking of love of country, I received a splendid patriotic letter trom one of Ohio's gifted daughters, Jane Maria Mead. It is a Fetter I am permitted to publish, and I know your readers will be gratified by its perusal: " My whole soul is in the glorious cause you have espoused. May God be with you and lead your glorious regiment to victory. May the Almighty give his angels charge concerning you. May his angel legions eu camp around you, a vast, invisible army that shall breathe npon the rebel hosts as the angel of the Lord breathed npon the bost8of Senacharih, when the morning light found tbem lifeless I unless they remem ber and cease to bear arms against our Gov ernment. My pen clings like a burning sword to my grasp, whenever I wield it for my country. This is no time for pretty poetry, of singing birds, green meadows, or babbling brooks. Every poem now should have in it the true ring of the warrior's steel and the stirring notes of the bugle. Common affairs seem stupid. Every other topic but religion insipid. I long to be where I can bear the roll of the drum and the thunders of the battle-field; the boom ef the cannon and the charge of arms is the sweetest music now, for thev tell of liberty asserting her rights and justice, crushing out oppression. " Oh that I had wings like an eagle, then would I fly afar off, and soar above the smoke of the conflict, or perch upon the lofty bights that overlook the tented field or the chess-board of battle! It seems to me I could spurn tbe feeble body that holds my euirit uuwu, mat ciogs its martial nre. Things are altogether too tame here. I would be where I could hear the loud rum ble of artillery. I want to peep into some of those Columblads, or at the brazen mortars; would lay my hand upon them and caress them as if thev were pet doves, messengers of liberty, and heralds of freedom, as they are. My pulse leaps like burning lava when near ot me outrages committed by tbe rebels. I long to see our glorious standard waving again at Sumter, our land in peace. " God bless your gallant regiment, and all the noble patriots who are fighting in thiB battle of law, right, and our Constitu tion! May their shadows and their num bers never be less! May tbey be true to tbeir country ana tbeir Hod; winning here undying laurels, and for tbe world to come a crown that never fades, but endures throughout tbe endless cycles of eternity." Mrs. M also sends a fine poem, dedi cated to tbis regiment, which I will iuclose in my next letter, i ours truly, SLABSIDES, Ot the Firm of Garotte at Subsides, Attorneys at Law. The American Meeting in Paris. A Paris correspondent of the London Star, dated May 31, says : The American demonstration at the Hotel Louvre, of which a full report was given in yesterday's Qalignania, has of course been a subject of much conversation among the Ftench as well as among the American residents here. I understand that few of the United States Ministers now at Paris wished to be present at it. and would actually have refused to attend bad they not feared being attacked by the American press for doing bo, and accused of following the example of the American bankers here, who carefully abstain from saying or doing any thing likely to irritate the irascible Booth, which might consider s hostile demonstration no matter how slight on tbeir part a surHcient reason to cancel the heavy sums it owes them. The tone adopted by Mr. Clay, so far as It did not refer to slavery, has, I understand, been almost disapproved of by the majority of those who are supposed to represent most fully the opinions of tbe United State Government in Europe. His attack against the attitude taken by England with regard to the American quar rel, should be entirely attributed to the course pursued by the British press, which he and many of bis couutrvmen ore in the habit of considering to be the exponents of public opinion, ana to in violent onslaught of th London Timet on America and American institutions after the publication of bis letter in that journal. His remarks should not, therefore, be received in a hostile spirit. Some more cool headed but not less honorable of his countrymen feel that Mr. Cluy bas committed a grave error in speak ing as he did of liret-t Britain; but ttare is do doubt that a man who could sacrifice a large amount of property for the purpose of liberating nis slaves, ana wno could over come the strong prejudices of a Southern education, will, in th course af time, be brought to acknowledge his mistake. The meeting at the Hotel Louvre may also be regarded as an anti-slavery demonstration. The letter of the American Constitution, some Americans are of opinion, does not allow members of Government to pronouno in their official capacity against the "do mestic institution." If such be the ease, H 1 another wonder ful instance of the logio of events making human compacts of no avail when they are not founded n th principles of justloe which are now beginning to gavem ' the offoiisof men, ' MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. A little more business was done on Third- street yesterday, but we hare no change to take from th quotation of the previous dy. tf.c.bange ra New Tork, Philadelphia and Botrto.v was selling at li per cent premium, and Gold was at the old quotation of M premium. In Kentucky Money there was no change, although several Louisville buyer were in tbe market We quote UnrorTent Money as follows: Kentucky, New Orleans, S; North Carolina, RO ; Pennitylvrsnia (interior), 3(3,6; Virginia (WheflKngCityX 15- Whewling Branches, 15; other solvent Virginia, 2025t Misaonri, 15; lows, 3a)B; Wisconsin (solvent) 10Xg,20; Wisconsin (distrrrxlited), H5-,0; Illi. nois (solvent). 40; Illinois (discredited! 60T0; Maryland (interior), 5; Tennessee (old Banks), IWijiiO; Tennessee (free Banks), Viilllc, Michigan aud Canadr,3j Alabama, 60; rjouth Carolina and Georgia 60 disconnt From the Louisville Journal of W ednesday we take the following : Money matters ore at a perfect itand still, Our bank was never safer or more secure than at present, although attempts hars been maTJe elsewhere to discredit Kentucky Currency. It was believed that the act f lapsed at the last session of the Legislature egalizing a suspension, Ac, would be hailed as a favor by the hanks ; but persons abroad who are interested ahonld know that our banks sought no such legislative favor, and that tbey will not avail themselves of the benefits of the act. Bankers draw freely on New York at VA per cent, premium, and pay I premium. New Orleans exchange is dull and nominal at par selling, and 1 per cent premium buying. The New York Times of Tuesday gives the following Bank statement: The weekly averages of the Banks of the City of New York, on Saturday, June 15, 1861, present In the aggregate the following changes from the previous exhibit of June 8 : Decrease I n T.oeni. 5? .01 1 ?5I Tncrea.e in Specie . I,.t.a,1srt ltecrease In Circulatiou as.'i fi.'j Increase in t-ndrnwn Deposits 340,031 The Bame paper further remarks: The Bank return shows, ai antirinateri a further large reduction in Loans and Dis counts. Tbe line is now down to one hun dred and fifteen million. Deducting from tbis tbe Government Stock and Treasury Paper held by the Banks, tbe Merchant Dis counts are probably as low at at any time dur ing laeextremetiepression ot trade in tbe win ter season of 1857-58. The volume of daily business or interexchanges through and be tween the Banks is als. down to the scale which then obtained for several weeks. Tbe daily clearances are less than fourteen and a half millions, against twenty four and a nan minions ibis time last year. Tbe Specie average is np nearly a million aud a half from last Monday, and the average is still a rising one; alihougb considerable sums have been forwarded to tbe North- west and to the seat of Government. A further sum of $805,000 of English Gold is brought in this afternoon by tho City of Baltimore. Tbe Stock Exchange, which cloied on Saturday rather on tbe declining scale, re opens for the week with more firmness, and while the speculative movement can not be I termed active, or even general, or very confident, tbe orders at the Board indicate a fair disposition to buy at the going prices, j The demand for tbe border Slate Stocks is especially strong, in the face of continued nenvy supplies from the Banking Depart ments of tbe West, and the almost certain default of interest payments on the 1st of July. The following is a statement of the trans actions at the Philadelphia Clearing house' for the week ending June 15, as furnished by the manager, Geo. E. Arnold, Esq. : CVeiirinir. June 10. , 82 tl17.a.H ta 1.W.VM 4.1 ......... 1,91 21,!) l I B.W 41 1,94.8V 74 ......... 1,91.1 !J3 SI June 1 1 June 12..., June 1., June 14 June li...... 811,607,760 53 ldl!,5j 1 The State of Indiana has already placed tbe fuDds in New York necessary for the payment of the 1st July interest on her pub lic debt. The Cleveland, Columbus arid Cincinnati Railioad bas declared a semi-annual divi dend of fi percent., payable August 1, at tbe United States Trust Company New York city. The Connecticut Legislature has author ized a War Loan of $2,(juO,000, bearing ti per cent, interest This State, we believe, has no debt at present. Michigan also adver tises a War Loan of $500,000 at 7 per cent Tbe entire loan authorized is one million. Tbe present debt of Michigan is about two and a quarter millions. Tbe New Orleans Price Current at the 8th instant shows by its table of imports for the week how effectually the trade of that port bas been dried op by the war. Tbe only articles received during the week were 43 packages Bacon, 61 pieces Bagging, 257 kegs Butter, 1,21)1 bales Cotton, 2,000 sacks Corn, 1,061 sacks Cotton seed. 5 barrels dried Ari- ples, 261 barrels Flour, 172 Hides, 1,102 biles nay, iiiDunaies L.eatner,3,tn'i Barrels Lime, 43 barrels Onions, 853 barrels Potatoes, 232 casks Rice, 416 hogsheads Sugar, 205 tierces Sugar, 454 hogsheads Tobacco, 48 bags Wool, and 7 barrels Whisky scarcely enough in tbe segregate to give employment to one commission house. The number of vessels in port compares as follows: 1801, 2', 1800, 71; 1859, 125; 1858, 174; 1857, 154 1850, 143. 7f.f,TUC-. 1 1 37,11711 11 7,JI 21 1II.SI0 17 I.tl 4X11 .12 12,764 90 !il,2i 47 Daily Produce Market. WEDNESDAY EVENING, June 19. no change in the state of the market, as previously notioed. Tbe demand is quite light and the few sales are confined to the latter grades. There is noth ing doing in superfine, which remains nomi nal at $4 25. Tbe ales were eon6ned to 400 barrels at $4 50 for extra, and $4 t30(gi 4 90 for fancy standard brands. WHISKY The market is firmer: sales of 600 barrels at 12M12c, the latter rate for WBgon. PROVISIONS 200 barrels of mess Pork sold at a price we ore not permitted to make Sublic, and 25 hogsheads Bacon Sides, na erstood to be at OXc. Mess Pork was of fered at $14. The market continues unset tled GROCERIES Coffee firm, with sales of 100 bags at 1314c. for Rio, and 14c for I.anguayra. Sugar steady and the demand fair: sales of 20 hossheads at 6co?o. Molasses dull at 3032c. WHEAT There was an improved demand to-day, with but light offerings, and holders were generally asking higher prices. Prime red is held at 9395e., and prime whit at $1 101 12. Tbe sales reported were 600 buBb. good white at $1 03 and 300 do. fair do. at $1 03. CORN There is a better demand and the market closes steady at 2628e. for ear, at the npper and lower depots ; 6oy busustis sold at 28c. at the lower depots. OATS We have no chang to report in the market They or offered freely at 24c. in bulk. RYE The demand is moderate at 8o. for prime. There i not much offering. BARLEY There is no demand, and prioes are nominal. CH EESB Th demand is limited and eon fined to the retail trade. Small lots of prim new are sold at 6f6c. HAY The market continoe dull, but without any change in prices. W quote prime Timothy at $'J10 per tun, on arrival. BUTTER The market is unchanged and dull. We quote fair to prim st M&Hc.; loe. Is obtained for small lots of choice Weatarn Reserve. [By Telegraph.] New York Market. Nsw York, June 19 P. It Cotton con tinues firm, with a fair demand: sales of SO0 ba'es at 14' sC. for middling Uplands. Flour; Tbe luatket has advanced. 5 to lOo per barrel, with a fair biuineas dotal for export aud home consumption : sales of 145,000 riarreis at v4 aJ4 bO for superfine Hta'e; $4 75 85 for extra State; $i 50(t4l CO for superfine Western; $4 T5Q5 10 for common to good extra, Western; $5 305 40 tor shipping brands, extra round-hoop Ohio, and $5 5Cftt6 85 for trade-brands; market closing firm. Canadian Flour Little better business doing, and the market a shade firmer; sales of .1,000 barrels at $4 75sT 60 for eoenmoa to choice extra. By Flour slii Dg slowly, at $3(g4. Corn KMal A limited business doing, .at previous quota tions. W'jlskv Demand Brettv active and mar. ktrt, firm : sales of 500 barrels at 1614(3)170. including 400 barrels Eastern at the utter jrnce. Titer Is less doinr In Wheat, bat ihemar ket for good sonnd Spring rale quit firm t sale of 28 500 bushels Ohicatro S oritur at Wc (&$1 08; 15800 bushels North wea-wrat elub st $1 OfStgil 10; 58.000 bushel Milw.uki club At Wc.(j,$l 10j 13,000 bushtll klar i I .. W lFronsin st ITfJil lltj 5 pon IvulV very4 choic aniber I.wa t$l J1; lny hosht . Wirier red Western st $l 27tl 2, mnki ' . rntbel Whit Canada at $1 32; 3 !oo hnVtls) white Western at fl 35Cajl 4ft; 2A,0O0bnshels whit Kentucky on privet Perms. Ut- iq fair reqnest: sales of 8,0(10 Imvriela, at &'rvi3e. for Western, aid 67flf,8i for Nnrtaa-n. Barley and Barfcy-mali d-ill and nomlrmlly , unchanged, with a limited supply. Corn lit fair demand for exrort and home consuma- I tion; market firmer: sales of 63,000 bushels, t 4Hc. for Inferior to prime new mixed Western; entasr.;. for Western yellow, and r.4c. for mixed Western at-d old Western. Oat selling at 1xc. fo. Western and Canada, and 31.)2o. for State. Pork dull ; prices tend downwarl : Sites 3.(100 barrels at $15 37IJ 50 for mess; $10 50 for prime. Beef very dull at 43 4 M for eountry primes $5 tMK6 forrnotry mese $P10 for repacked mes; llofjll f irext-a nits. Prime mess Beef quiet Beef Ham beavy : sales loo barrels at lOK'fbll-. Out Mea's dull at 5(35,cfor Shoulders; 63114 for Hams. Lerdduil: sains 170 barrels aiBX"' Butter selling at 813c. for Ohio 1 815o. for Ftate. CheiFe steady at 2Jtc., as in quality. Coffee still rules firm, with better bnvlneas doing, ch'effy iu Rio: sales 1,806 bain Ri ist ll14c.; 3fK) bata Lagnayraat 13X14!.; ' 212 bags St Domingo at 12!c; 50-tngs J a- r mala at 13c 50 bags Maracaibo at 14c. . Snger Raw without essential change in price, with on'y a modem'e bnslne-s dotnof: pales 724 hhds. Cuba at 4M'it- 500 bnvos 1 Havana at private terms. Moiasses quiet . t and market steidy: sales 250 bhd.s. Cah MiiFcovado at 13(3il8c J 46 boxes Porto Rio 8117(3230 1 , ' [By Telegraph.] Philadelphia Market. FHii.Anri.rwA, Jnne 19. Flour quiet: superfine at $5 U'ai 12; fancy and fam ily at $6 60. Wheat dull t sales 3,000 bush- . els, with more offering; demand moderate, Ilcd at $1 18(g,l 23'; white at $1 30l 41. Corn fitm: sales of 2,000 bushels mixed At 46(S;48. CotTee in ri em an ft r aalee OAft ha -m St. Domingo at WAa. Provisions dull. v nisky quiet at 16(jl7c. [By Telegraph.] New York Cattle Market. Nxw Yohk, June 19 Bef Cattle about tbe tame as last week, fair supply and g od dematd, prices ranging from $7 to $9. Tb stock, which consisted of Illinois corn fed cattle, is of a good quality of inferior cattle, tbongh there were but few for sale. Receipt 4,517. Calves du'l and unchanged. Sheer nod Lambs $3 50(3.5 per head. Receipt 10,25-4. Swine steady at 3?4c. Receiyt 5,000. [By Telegraph.] New York Stock Market. Nfw Your-, June 19 P. M. Stocks at tbe Second Board are more a".tire. Chicago and Rhode Island, 30: Oalena and Chicago, GlJ-e; Harltra Preferred, 24; New York Cen tral, 74; Cleveland and Toled-, IM. nois Central Scrip, 66K; Hudson, 33; Michigan Southern First Mortgage Bonds, 73; Chicago and Rock Island, 6ft Erie Ftrat Mortgtpe Bondp, 10134: Erie Bonds '71, 5& New York Central Sixes, W; Tennessee fSixis, 35; New York Central, 47; United Statts Fives '5. 85; United Stales Sixes, '81, Coupons, 8ti4. Loss of the Steamer Cataract on Lake Erie—Interesting Particulars. On Sunday, the lCtb inst, the propeller Cataract was burned to the water's edge, five mile s off Erie Peninsula, on Lake Erie. The Cleveland Ilerald gives tbe following account, derived from tbe second mate of the boat: v A t about half past three o'clock on Sunday pftcTDOon, the boat being five mils off Erie Peninsula, au alarm of fire was given, Sec otd mate Wake was at the time off duty, but tprang from his bed at the first atarra. Before he could reach the forward deck he l eord Captain Mi Nel'y's onler to lower the boats. Going upon de k, officer Wake found the crewou the forward deck, tbe engine in full play and the cotme of the boat un changed. Tbe fire had broken out so sud denly and spread bo rapidly tbattheengiaeer on duty bad been driven from the engine room before the engine couid be stopped. There were barrels of alcohol stowed about twelve feet forward of the boilers, and gome high wims nearer, but there was a buik-head between tbis freight and the boilers. Those v.ho first saw thetiresay its bursting out wa . like an explosion, accompanied hy s hissing pound, as of th escape of steam or gasses long confined. When Officer Wake got on deck, the alter put of tbe boat waa filled witb flames. Tbe lifcht wind prevailing blew the Harass from the large boat on the deck aft and Officer Wake, with some hands, attempted to get this boat over for towing. While at work upon it, however, the boat's course changed, and the flames were blown directly upon tbe men at work upon tbe boat, and tbey were forced to abandon it.. Oifijer Wake's hands were burned to a blister, his eyebrows, whiskers and hair singed by the 1... U. I U I...'. . - L 11113 ijtriuirj ue leti. lue uoai. In the mean time the Cant.ain's pirtv had lowered tbe life boat. No sooner had it touched the water than a dozen, persons jumped into it and it was capized. Officer vi aKe sprang into tbe water aud righted the I oat. Three men were missing. A second t'nie those in tbe water climbed into tha beat, aud a second time it was overturned. ui'r mau guing aown mis lime, too boat was again righted.and Officer tVake kept all olf the boat uutil it was bailed out, when Ihote in the water got siffely into it. The clerk was among those in the boat. ' 1 beir propeller in tbe mean time was still toldirgber course down the lake, and by iue nine me iiie-uoar, wm npaliy righted, was distant a quarter of a mile. The Cap- tain, first engineer, carpenter, first mate aod a boy were on the forward deck. Tnev tiro- cured life boards, and lasbinsr them toeether. jumped from theburning boat The schooner at. J autf inptain Mossier, was near by, and squared away for the propeller. Captain ' aiosnier, nnuing ne couin not Bring bis Schooner up i time, lowered a- boat and- 1 picked up Captain McNelly and the carpon- . ter, who were together on a rait of ltlo- . board. The engineer, one of the wheel- men, a watchman, ahoy, and th others who bid taken to the life-boards, were picked np , by a fishing boat from Erie, which bad come to lend aseuitance. Tbe tug Brooks, from Erie, had been fired op whea the propeller was discovered to he on fire, now arrived and took on board the life boat containing ' Second Officer Wake, the Clerk and others. The Catatati engine had by. tbis time , stopped, becoming intensely heated The tug Brooks, then made fast to her and towed ber under th east end of the Erie Peninsula, where she was scuttled and sunk in, twelve leet of water. aa Tn MaRiiaid Leuislitubb. 7f ever any legislative body bas sunk itself beneath . tbe contmt 01 too muspes ot tbe people, it is that which styles itneit the Houee.of Dele- - gates of Maryland. Without daring: to pa any uruinance ot Beeeesion wbsuhi would be hooted by the whole people, thedr,magogues. in the Hense, nnder tbe arch -st ef all traitor ' in our miidst, Severn Teakle Wallis, have - endeavored in a cowardly and seirrepticions manner to approaeh as near setae tlcal Seoe : sion sa possible. . On Tuesday tbey passed aa act Intended , nnder all its verbiage, tw confiscate the , property of General Cadwallader, simply , becauss he was fighting fog; the Union. In . all they have uttempted, V) do they have ' leaned toward Secession. There is not oa 1 man among them who. h'as tbe eon rage and the mtinlinexsto oou himself a Secession- 1 1st but they are oatlecvoring to effect by chicanery and trickwy wbt tbey dare nott boldly avow. , Tbeir action Is cowardly. It is all brag and . bluster. It is simpjy all sound and nothing betides. Tbey maj nalliaotill they arehoarae, and tbey will bo unable to summon the jmo- f,lt of Maryland to their support Tbey'. wont to eooinalt tbe Bute of Maryland to Secession, and dart not They know full well that the Senate will arrest their mi. rhie', and tha To to ia the State oa Thursday will prove that a majority et bar eiliicu, condemn tbeir TU tresvaon. Bat tunor Clip-. J. Monday i"t ' . , , A rEc hat Dehaxd Attsntios. ' Tbe Government onght to furnish the regU ment which, or euipJoyed oa scouting or tkitmiBhing duty with iifled inuikatu wlih out delay. Boma of tho? which have been, thus employed in th vicinity of Fortran' Monroe, th Fifth louaves among them, hare nothing tut the common muskets. It ht impossible for them to render effective serv- ice with these weapons. Their rane 1 ery limited, and tbeir aim by no means accural.). Unless skirmishers eaa pick on the guuuer in intrebChments, and pander similar service dependent on (borp-sbooling at considerable distances, they ars comparatively useless.' This defect should b remedied without; 4elay. Some of our bom regiments lava rifled rcu'ketf, which they do not ncod for a ny service they are likely to be called oa to perform, nr.d there, would sxetn to be no good; (tason, Why put txclungii kUvitid But L uia-ta ' 1 i'. 1 T . ". a, .., . . . . ; , i l. '. J.