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"WANTS," "FOR BAt.K," "TO LET," "LOST,"
FOUND,"&o.,in this column, occupying throe Hue
r less, two Insertions, twonly-Ave i-eiita. ,
. WTANTBD By a man of good education
I and chsrafter, hot lm, pit tnntlnn to Irani
to run a sewlnx machine, where be could expect per
manent employment. His testimonial will roni
nond him to aM In want of a reliable and trtutwor
ft h jr num. Address; through the Pimt.ofllcfi, SI A KTI N,
INo, m, second story, Sixth street, near Klin. j4-h
VITANTED 15 Cent in ritaimia or Casln
for Sickles' Trial, including the likenesses
and Rlnitraphlos of Key, Sickles and wife, and con
tpaalnn of Mra. Hieklra. Bent pout-paid. Address.!.
,t. TALLM ADQK, i Went Fifth at... (In. IM-le
ANTED IMMEDIATELY Ten Bai
ters, at 1.19 Main street. ,ie4-h
WANTED TWO GIRLS One for house
work and one for nurse. Apply at 3i Wmt.
;ern Row, opposite Court. jet-h
!V"ANTED A smart nctlvo Boy, desires a
' " , situation In I Grocery fitoro! has tid some
( P'H"ncp. Heat of city reference given. Address
1 Bin IH3.S, Cincinnati. jo4.,
.' 'VVTANTED A smart Boy about TO years
, TT nnB wno rKa bewell recommoudcd. Ap
( ply at 33o Western How. jet-b
WANTED A boy whose paten Is can wako
hlin early ln;the morning. Apply thli after.
,' noon at 4 o'clock, at 192 Fifth utreet. jot lit
WANTED BLACKSMITH At No. 20
, Want Sixth afreet, JM.b
! WANTED TO RENT by a prompt pay
. Ins tenant, a '"otfngo containing three or
' four roomt. Address, II. M., Press office. Jc3-d
VVTANTED Two first olass Carriage Trim-
mr; none other need apply at 624 Western
Bow; Cincinnati. Alan, an emitnl lioy. Je:Mi
WANTED SPANISH AND MEXICAN
QUAI1TKU8 at 23 rents a piece: or f,2n,
per onnce, in Gold. Alao, all F"relgn Coin at highest
prices. JOHN W. CLAHKK.
Jo3-b No. S2 Third at., one door w(,t 0f Walnut
"T-A N T E D A Lady as partner in Vent
.T ,.n,,kln h machine. Inanire at No. tut
West Fifth atrcet. je.l ti'
tVANTED A furnUhed room with board,
i, ln,a private family, for a gentleman and his
wife. Addres t)., at tliit office, jtcwh
VVTANTED All ibat need bolp, male or
T, .f,!rne, for city or country, to call and it t
upplied on short notice, Wanted a smart active
limn to go a short distance In "lie country. Terms
easy at my office, 307 Klin and Ninth street.
Jo3-h THUS BUCHANAN.
WANTED A SITUATION By a voung
rnn as Book-keeper, Asalatant-Book-iteeper,
Kntry Clerk, or eometlilngof the kind; or would taku
charge of a set of Books were it required only a pait
J! his tlmo. Would work for very small salary.
The beat of references xiven as to qualification Hnd
charactAlrel)oxljrs, Cincinnati, t). je2nw
"7"ANTED SITUATION By an Araer-
7 Icsn Bor as apprentice to the Carpenter
Trade, baa served two yours and will serve two more.
And rem J. Mel,.. Preaa olllcu je2-b
TANTED-AN ERRAND BOY Sl'EAK
w tnir Fngllsh and Gorman, ia wanted at No.
3Vest l lilrd, up stalra. Apply between nlno and
f.jtir o clock. je2-h
"V"ANTED A OIRL To do housework
, In a small family. Apply at No. 12 McKnr
land street. jol-b
VTANTED Any number of Terrier Puns
to trim their ears, and kep thm until tliev
are well. Price une dollar. Call at the ambles mi
Burnet street, betwocn Vine and Itace, ami Third
and Fourth. jel-b
"WTANTED A young man used to farming
,T Bn,'' takingcareof horses. Applvat the Gen
eral Intelligence Agency, No. 0S8 Western llow.
Jel-M A. D. CAKijiiN A- CO.
WANTED GIRLS A good machine
hand, and basting hauda: at Drs. N. C. 1.
N. Danlela' Trii6s and tihouider Brace mannfactorv .
Jo. 31 West Fourth street. Nono need apply hut
those who wish employment throughout the year.
ANTED GIRL To do general house
work. AnnlV at 14 ChaHp f rent. PI.., nUi-.
Canal. jel b'
WANTED TEN 0UNH LADIK3
7w of genSeel address, to atteud Saloon. Apply
at Queen City Garden. , p '
WANTED By the manufacturer, a good
business man tomaiwce his business in Ohio,
Indiana aud Kentucky; or will give him half interest
In his whole business In tho United States, to the
right kind of a man; small capital required. Address
X. Y., Daily Tress ofnee. jl-li
WANIE D A SITUATION BY A
tt YOUNG HI AN ns a Book-keeper, Assistant-Boolt-keoiier,
Entry Clerk, or eoiiiethinij of the
kind ; or would take charge of a set of Books were it
required only n part of his time. Would work fr
very small salary. The best or references given as f
qualification and character. Address Bux 1173, Cin
cinnatl ,0; ill y a w '
WANTED GIRLS Wautinggood pn"c79
to do housework or chambcrwork. Call ftn
niedlstely at Mra. VYAKNEU'S Intelliiehee Oni.-,
.HM West Fifth Btreot. Also, Ladies wanting good
help, cun obtain tlieiu by calling at the above No.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Youtig.
also Middle-aged Men, Mechanics, Farmers,
Clerks, Doctors, Lawyers, Teachers, Students, and in
fact all Intelligent and energetic men who are out of
umploy, or who desire to change their occupation f,.r
a time it: order to recruit their health and invigorate
their systems, or In order to engage in a pleasant and
prolltablo business, or to see the country, can find a
pleasant, useful and profitable employment by calling
at 11. M. KU LISON'ti American (jiteeu Uirv Subscrip
tion Beok Publishing-house, No. Ill Maiu street,
Cincinnati, Ohio, or by addressing
U. M. HUL1HON.
mylg-bni Cincinnati, (I.
IilOR SALE The Furniture and Lease on
the desirable Dwelling. No. SH4 Vine street, bet.
Kl-'hth end Ninth, corner of chaiwl, Fast sido. Ap
ply to ED-MESTON, at. Hie house,, or lu Stain street,
between Fourth and Fifth, jct a4,
1E10R SALE OB LEASE That desirable
JL three story Pwelling, No. MA Sixth street, jiit
tielow Smith, contains II rooms, iucludiug bath roi
bus all the niodcru improvement and is in thorough
repair. Apply lo'J. W. WAYNE,at UardHsro Stoie,
l'J6 Main St.. near Filth. jc3-l
FOR SALE A hoisting rone in good order.
Inquire at No. l'Jtl Kliu street, between Lor.g
worth and Fifth. je2-b
OR SALE AT THIS OFFICE Several
hundred exchange papers that will auswer fur
wrapping up goods. jel
TOR SALE RECEIVING DAILY Extra
JB. selected Western Reserve Table Butter. Alto,
lire Mania Suaar for Siruo: and prime Family
Jheese. Wltolesule aud retail, at 367 nest Sixth at .
near mounq. myat-ut
FOR SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS'
Wagous, Spring Wagons and Fanners' Wagous,
new nnd spcond-haud. J. it. l'ALMKll,
niy24-3tw4w 61 Bank St., near Western Bow.
FOR RENT Manufacturing Rooms, with
or without power, on Sonth-west corner of
Honrs and Fifth street, between Elm and l'luiii. Ap
ply at J. W. WAYNE, at Hardware store, 1 Hilda
street, near Filth. Terms low. je3-b
"HTjOR RENT DWELLING HOUSE, No.
JT 1(0 Hopkins street. Inquire of TUOMi'SCN Jt
NE8MJTU. ii West Third street. ji-3-b
FOR RENT A desirable Store Itoom, with
a room back and one up stairs, together with
basement roome, at No. 201 Vine street, betweuu
Fifth and Sixth. Inquire at the Bank of Savings, on
Sixth sereet. jul-h
IOR RENT The modern Dwelling House
. No. 8HH Seventh street. In line order, ten rooms,
btb, water closet, ball, with a two-story iron varuu.
day in front. Apply on the premises, uryii-aw
BOARDING A gentlemen and lady and a
few gentlemen can be accommodated pleasant
, ly. Aisoiity Boulders, at 22t West Fifth street, bet.
aim aud Plum. Jel-b
BOARDING A gentleman dosiringu room
mate, and wishing a pleasant room on second
liror, gas, ao., ran be accommodated by applying iu
No. M liarrlaou street, east of Bruudway, between
Fifth and bixth. Alao, a ruom for a gentleman ami
Myjl'0ollJ nle gentlemen. Iuy30-b
BOARDING Two gentlemen and theif
wives, or a few single gentlemen, cun be acconu
uiodated with genteel board. In a private family, on
reasonable terms, by addressing "Bourd," Box I'.'t,
Postofrtce. niyi b .
T 08T A Jet and Pearl BREASTPIN, with
MJk a lock of hair in It. Lost between the Gait
House, Sixth street, and tho Brighton House. Auy
persou finding It will please leave It with the propri
etor of the Times otlice, and will receive live dollars.
The following Initials ar on the back; J. N. V. to
E, W. je4-b
f 08T IN COVINGTON On Sunday Af-M-A
ternoon last, a Lady's Breast Pin, either fn
Scott, Fourth or Garrard street. The name of the
ow ner is engraved on ths Inside. The finder will be
siiltablv rewarded by leaving the same with Mr.
tea stmt. . Uiy81-b
Compliments to all. Will be home for three months.
Ml Last I'ottrth H'reet.
Juki 2, 1859. ' (?7)
Sprague & Co., FashlonnMe Tailors,
10 Knat Pnnrtli street.
Spragne & Co., Lace Neck Tics, New,
10 Lust Fourth Ptri'et.
""Will remote to the corner of Fourth aud Vine
first of August.
Th DAILY TRESS Is to be bad regularly
at Church's Post-oBice stand.
Ton damiigo by the Into uunllngrntion In
Coringlon will exceed $C.'i,000.
A Convention of Univcrsalists is now In
session at Blanchester, Clinton County, Ohio,
tbirtj-nine miles from this city.
A so-called "Liberal" Christiua Convention
of Unitarians Weft, ia culled to meet on the
15th inst., at Milwaukee.
Amonost religious people, thore are men who
are known as " miniuiuni," or smallest kind
Wk call attention to the advertisement of
Madutno Blanche, in another column. She
can accomplish as much of thut which sho pro
fettca as any other woman in her business.
bEvmiAL persons excused themselves for be
ing drunk, in tho IYlico Court, yesterday, by
stating that thoy had "taut some friends
A iiRAuriFVL aud stately monument of Ital
ian mnrblo has, with nppropriato corcmonios,
been placed by Methodists over the grave of
Bishop Huberts, at Oroencaetle, Ind.
Hamilton takes his benefit to-night at the
National; he is a young mnn of promising
talent, and deserves a good liousa. Dy refer
ence to our advertising columns, it will be seen
that his bill for to-night is a good one.
Sabbath School County Conventions will be
held in various portions of this State, during
this month, in accordance with tho suggestion
mado by the tho Isto nsi-etubluge of Sabbath
School Teachers, lately bold in this oity.
AVE understand that "Ilynson's Campbell
Minstrels" will perform at Lawrenoeburg,
Ind., next Monday and Tuesday evenings.
Rumor snys that "Tim Woodruff" will ap
pear. This is enough.
Rkv, A. Edwaiids, (EiiUcniia!,) Welch min
ister, recently preaching to a few of his coun
trymen in Galliopuiis, leaves this diocese for
his native country, Wales, to uialto it his per
Ths house of Mr. William Meredith, on
Madison street, near Roso, was visited by
thieves on Thursday night. The rogues, in
revenge for not finding any booty, mutilated a
sofa and some chalro by cutting the scats with
Stkiikociiiaphic portraits of Gov. Chase nto
offered for sale at Columbus some taken in (lie
Executive oflice and otherB at his rc;idonco,
with hia children around him. Views of his
tasty residence hftvo been taken also by storuo-
Thk Western Episcopalian, of this city ro
printa this week a cut of Christ Church, a now
stono edifice, curly pointed Gothio stylo, in tho
shnpo of a Latin cross, just flubbed in Indian
apolis. Its designer was William Tinsley, of
Bound for Europe. Prof. Stoue and Mrs.
Harriet B. Stowe, have two daughters in Paris,
and leave for tho continent for a temporary
rosidence in the French cnpltal.
Prof. Day and ludy, of Lane Seminary, will
tpend a few months in Holland, ond return in
September. "Kirwan," or Dr. Nicholas Mur
ray, also rocruiU by a European tour.
It hud been proposed to tuako changes of
the names of the titles of certain Methodic
newspapers, v.u that of Western Christian
Advocate, to Cincinnati Christiau Advocate;
Nortb-Western Christian Advocate, to Chiongo
Christian Advocate; Northern Christian Ad
vocate, to Auburn Christian Advocate.
; Tim honorary title of D. D. has beon con
ferred by Washington College, Pa., upon a
former pastor of Union Chapel, of Cincinnati
Rev. L. D. Barrows, at this tiino President
Qf Pittsburg Female College. Rev. B. V.
Tofi'f, D. D., also a former pastor of Union
Chapel, Is suffering from bleeding at the lans.
He is now pastor ut Bangor, Muine.
As affray occurred on Water street, Thurs
day night, between a codplo of men named
John Ryan and John O'Brien, during which
the former out the Utter several times about
the bead and neck with u knife. He then went
to tbo Hammond Street Stutiun House and
surrendered himself. Yesterday morning he
was committed. by Judge Lowe in default of
$350 for a further beaiiug.
Cincinnati Methodists will be derileot in
duty and be indifferont to their interests if they
do not proceed at once to revive and keep alivo
an organization effected in this city a few
years, and presided over by tbo Pioneer Rev.
Wm. Burke. We mean tho "Western Metho
dist Historical Society." Tho priucipal work
done was by that Industrious auticiuuriun,
Samuel Williams, of Mt. Auburn, wbo has re
cently deoeused, leaving monuments of his
labor in numerous manuscripts and collections.
Ninety eight bound volumes of periodical
literature of the Church aro In his shelve0,
viz., the oomplete files of the following news
papers: West. C. Advocato, 25years; CbriBtiou
Advocate and Journal, 33 years; Meth. Quar
terly Magazine, &o., 40 years.
No prospect appearing that Cincinnati would
carry on tho organiiution, Mr. Williams of
fered to deposit Jits collections with the Ohio
Weslcysn University nt Delnwaro as long as
the society was kept In actire operation.
On Monday next the College officers are to
make a move to obtain these valuables, which
should of right, If we had true pride of local
ity, bt retained here. Delaware is,a first-rate
place, and will, no doubt, deserve the laurels
she will win from our brow.
Pr.t.F.cT tour CiioickI Unless the American
branch of tho Opposition arrango for a tnodi8
cation of the ticket for Ohio Slate officers, with
the leaders of tho Dotuocrncy, the voters of this
State will bnve to ballot from those nominated
by tbo two most numeroi s parties of the State,
We prosont the nominees of both parties.
Those first named are DeL'iocratin, and those
In lb line bolow the designation of eauh office,
were nominated by the convention of their op
Rufus P. Ranney, Cuaybogaj'
William Dennison, Franklin.
William 11. Saflord, Ross;
11. C. Kirk, Knox.
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT.
Henry C. Whitman, Fairfield;
Willium Y. (jholson, Hamilton.
AUDITOR OF STATE.
R. W. Taylor, Mahoning.
TREASURER OF STATE.
William Bushncll, Riohlund;
A. P. btone, Franklin.
SECRETARY OF STATE.
Jacob Reinbard, Franklin;
A. P. Russell, Clinton.
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
James Tomlinsun, Washington;
John B. Gregory, St'lota.
COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Charles N. Allen, Harrison;
Anson Smytbe, Franklin.
Horticultural Society Closing. Exhibi
tion. Last evening .the exhibition of the
Cincinnati Horticultural Society closed. Thore
Was the most numerous assemblage of ladies
and gentlemen present than on any other
evening during their spriog display. Several
cotillions were formed during tho ovening, and
everybody seemed to pass tbo time in the most
pleasant enjoyment. The hand-boqucts ex
hibited by Mr. Joseph Cook and Mr. William
Heaver wore tho most tasteful in design and
the most beautiful in variety we have Aver
seen. That they found a ready salo was a
good evidence of their appreciation.
On oue of tho tables at tbo Horticultural
exhibition, last evening, was a vase of artifi
cial flowers, made entiroly from paper, that so
closely imitated nattiro as to deceive even the
florists. A distinguished horticulturist, among
others, was admiring their manifold beuutiim,
and exproFsod a surprijo that so fine a dahlui
could be grown at this season of the year.
What was his astonishment at learning that
tho flower which had so much excited his ad
miration was made out of paper? These
flowers aro the handi-work of Mrs. Louisa,
A Hindoo autograph ia in (be iutroductiou
book at tho rooms of tho Young Men's Mer
cantile Library Association. It ia tbo signa
ture of J. C. Gnngoolr, of Calcutta, Hindus
tan, introduced by M. D. Conway.
Thut register is a record of representative
from all nations, who, passing through thia
Wetitern metropolis, visit these well-appointed
Tagcs aro devoted to tho names of the re
cent Railroad excursionists from the cities on
tho Western Lakes. We observe tho signa
tures of Faurre, Paris, nud Dr. Monacourt,
Paris, Fiance, introduced by Mr. A. Labrot;
also, J. W. Gay, Africa, introduced by T. L.
McDonald, were in Hie rooms thin week. Wo
notice that new residents persons any ways
po-itod in the nilvautages of this irmlituUon
make but. short delay in becoming members.
Ouu railroad neighbor, tho capital of Green
County, Is muintaiuiug its iuiportanco among
Ohio municipalities. Xenia is attracting no
tice; it ulfords a daily newspuper, besides lib
erally palrunizing Iho PRESS; entertains con
ventions of largo religious bodios; has pocket
pickers there when crowds are about; also,
sturdy, one-armed beggars, nnd Dutch and
Yankee shoe-blacking pedlar?; indulges in
strawberries, from her own vinos, which they
eat with cream of rarest richness: they have
exhibitions, such as circus and theator; read
sharp articles published against their presiding
Elder, and enjoy a wnr of words betwocn
Horace Mann and Judge Mills, of Yellow
Springs, as to the late transfer of Antioch Col-le-i,
negotiated by Dr. Hollows, of New York,
dud Josiah Quiuey, of Boston. Withal, tho
County of Green has twenty -nine of her sons
in the ministry.
Numkrous reports nro current as to the
status of the powers of Europe, arising out of
the delicate relations caused by the pending
war. English papers express their belief to
be that the passage by Napoleon of the
boundary line of Surdinia, into Austria, will
be the signal for an European alliance, against
France, and for the Austrian troops to march
A German correspondent of the Zeitung, of
St. Louis, write that Spain has a secret
treaty with Franco to furnish a large contin
gent for the Italian war against Austria.
One of our own citizens, John Geddes, at
present a banket in Puris, left the French
capital on the 11th of May, and ho entertains
no doubt of a secret treaty betwoen France
and Russia. Events aro maturing, and will
unravel the tangled skein of conjecture.
Ohio Episcopal Convention. This body,
composed of clergy and laity, are now in an
nual session In Columbus. Bishop Mollvaiue
presides, and William C. French, a priuio
preacher-printer, Is Secretary. It wag tho de
sire of a lew churches that two dioceies should
be mado of this State, but the project failed.
The Convention has agreed to create a new
office Assistant Bishop. The necessity of the
offloeis maintained on ths alleged infirm health
of Bishop Mollvainn.
Rev. Dr. Gregory T. Bedel), of New York,
was eleoted Assistent Bishop.
The Convention will assemble in Cincinnati
in June, 1800.
Rkv. Sabin Houaii, editor of " The New
Church Herald," of this city, in his issuo of
yostcrduy, says :
" Ericsson's" Caloric Engine seems to be
just the thing wanted. For Bcveral months
one of tho daily papers of this citv,tho Penny
Press, hits been running one of these engines
with decided success. Ou looking at it, a
few days Binco, we were surprised to find that
it occupied so little room, and could be run
at so cheap a rate, aud yet be so effectual for
the purposes intended.
lie adds, that tlicro is a fair prospect that
the "poor Ericsson" of former days will yot
become the rich and successful Ericsson, and
be ranked among the great inventor and
benefactor of the age.
Hoard or Citt Improvements. At their
meeting, yesterday, the Clerk was directed
'.o advertise for proposals to pnve with bowl
ders the following streets :
Fifteenth street, from Elm to Enst rittm
Freeman streot, from Sixth street to White
water Canul bridge.
Lawrence street, from Front street to tho
north line of the whnrf.
Barnard streot, from Division street to
Wules alley, from Everett street to David
Division etreet, from Harrison avenue to
Fifteenth atreel, from Western Row to the
bridge over the Miami Canal.
Everett street, from Western Row to John
Also, to repair with bowlders, Race streot,
from Sevonth to Eighth; Linn street from
Poplar to Findlav: to nave with llmeatona.
Braekett alley, from Twelfth to Thirteenth
streets; to pave with brlok, the unpavod
sidewalks on Kossuth street, from Court to
Clark; to grade Western avenue, from Liberty
street to Harrison avenue.
Tho following: contracts were awarded : To
pave with brick the unpavod sidowalks on Dun
lop streot, from Henry street to Hamilton road,
tolsaao Riner, at 44 cents per square yard; to
pave with bowldors. Griffin St., from Lawrence
to Ludlow, to John Kyan, at 12 M cents per
cubio yard for grading, CO cents per square
yard for paving, and 15 cents per lineal foot
for curbs; to pave with bowlders Ludlow
street, from Front to tho north line of the
wharf, to John Ryan, at 10 cents per cubio
yard for grading, nud 02 cents for paving;
to lay a crossing at the north wing of the in
tersection of Fifth and Vine streets, to John
Ryan, at $25 60; to lay a crossing at the in
tersection of Elm. and Seventh streets, to Jones
& Bonte, at $33; to lay a crossing at the in
tersection of Sixth and Race streets, to John
Ryan, at $20 60.
Hamilton County—National American
Association Repudiates the Republican
At a meeting of the Hamilton county Ameri
can Assooiation, held last night, a strong op
position was made to tho programme and to
tho practice of the late Republican State Con
vention. Murkod feeling was manifested, with
earnest determination to blow things up gen
erally. N. Peabody Poore brought tho exciting heat
of the Americans to a focus, in presenting the
following rosolution, which was adopted,
with an emphasis:
Whereas, the character of the lato Republi
can State Convention, as exhibited by their ao
tion in repudiating Judge Swan, on aouotint of
his honest and Bound opinion as one of the
Judges of the Supreme Court of Ohio, in the
rescue case; and, as further exhibited by its
Platform, by which a direct thrust is made at
the principles of the American Party, after that
party had been invited to unite in the Conven
tion, calls up In all true Americans to eonsidor
of the ir duty to the public and their party.
Tho refore, Resolved, that all Anurieant of
the ci ty and county be requested to assemble
at on Thursday next, at 8 P.M., to con
sider .and adopt the proper oourse of action in
Spe eches Were made by Poore, Ware, Lip
pett, Berry nnd others, and Messrs. G. Bra
shears, Geo. Keck, and E. S. Lipputf, were ap
pointed a committee to make necessary ar
rangements for the meeting to come off, per
haps, in Smith 1- Nixon's Hall. Look out for
T hursday 1 "The Eagle shrieks Hie awaken
H. J. Adams, formerly of this city, and
afterwards Mayor of Leavenworth, Kansas, is
now acting as one of tho Commissioners of
Claims in that Territory, to adjust tho claims
for damages and losses occasioned by Border
l'.ufflans and others during tho reign of terror.
Judge McKay, known in this city, is Terri
torial Attorney of the Commission.
Next Tuesday, Kansas elects delegates to the
Constitutional Convention, to meet in July.
John P. Slough and W. W. McDowell, both of
this city, will be Democratic candidates for del
egates, while Thos. Ewing, Jr., also of Cm
cinnati, will be a Republican candidate.
Tub ascensiou of Martinetti Brothero, last
night, from the rear part of the stage of the
National Theater to its extreme bight, was at
one time both grand aud terrific. They haul
up the ropes a chariot containing one of the
troupe, M'lle Dosire. Whilo asoendlng, the
axle broke, but the chariot rotainod its place.
On descending part of tbo way, the bar by
which the chariot was held, also broke, but
after its repair, all reached the stage in safety.
Many of our oitizeus will remember Mr.
John Pipher, who left this city with bis family,
as leader of the enterprise of starting In Kan
sas the town of Manhattan he is now Pout
master and merohant there at the latest ad
vices a tornado had swept the little village,
demolishing seven houses, and injuring five
Other the most serious part of the casualty
was the nearly fatal injury to his daughter Sa
rah, recently married to Mr. Geo. F. Brown.
Two Ex-Senators of the United States
Solan Borland and Jor. Clemens are associa
ted in publishing the Memphis Enquirer.
They have reason to be proud of the elevated
position of being oonneoted with the noble
Thk burning of the Globe mill bagging fac
tory, formerly owned by M. G. Blair, in Cov
ington, was the occasion of a partial destruc
tion of the loooinotive works vdjoining, owned
by Messrs. Wolff, Soott & Frinck.
St. Louis is astir with indignation, and pop
ular violence is apprehended. Mr. Charless,
of the well-known firm of Charless & Blow,
has been mortally wounded. Particulars in
Tbe contract for furnishing one hundred
Gas laonpB, with fixtures oomplete, delivered on
the City lot, will be awarded to Messrs. T. G.
Gaylord A Co., of this city, lowest bidders, at
$14,00 per lamp.
Before going to press this morning, the
alarm bells and glare of light over tbe hill
back of the olty announced a fire in the direc
tion of Sycamore Hill.
There wore fifty-nine case considered in the
Police Court yesterday; In thirteen of them,
womon were the offender nine of whom were
tont to prison.
Mb. Crocker, City Solicitor of Chicago,
visited the oity oSioes yesterday.
Arrangements are on foot for a camp-
meeting in this neighborhood.
Terrible Tornado Near Jacksonville.
SIXTEEN KILLED AND MANY
GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.
[From the Springfield State Register.]
One of those disastrous calamities which
only find a parallel in the storms of the Indias,
visitod our county yesterday evening. The
course of tho storm whs in a north-east direc
tion, not moro than a quarter of a mile in
width. But little damage was done here, though
the storm was very violent eight milos South of
this. An cye-witLess informed me that it
assumed the shape of a funnel just bcfoie it
touched the spot where it made desolate every
thing before it. A great number of persons
have been killed or injured more or less.
Tbo names of those who were killed are:
Mrs. Richard Rout, a child of Goorge Van
int, Samuel Brown, a son of Bedford Brown,
a Portugese who was In tho employ of Mr.
Rout, aud a young man by the name of
Thomas, who lived in Sample's neighborhnod.
Tho family of Richard Henry were ill in
jured, though not seriously, by the falling of
their house. Richard Rout, arm broken; a son
of Barnabas Barrows, skull fractured; and
others whose names I do not recollect.
Horses, mules, and stook generally, killed or
Injured, and fences swept entirely away. Such
destruction has never been known before In our
country accompanied by so great a loss of
Many or our oitiiens, and the Sons of Malta,
have left town to aid tbe distressed. And I
havo been Informed that a pablio meeting will
be held this evening to take such measures as
the circumstances may require in furtherance
of the same object.
Tho storm of wind was not so violent here,
but the rain poured in torrents, Never in the
recolloction of the oldest inhabitant have the
streots of Jacksonville been so deeply Inun
dated. The waters poured over the streets like
a torrent, and sought outlets over paved and
The destruction of fields ripening for tbo
harvest, nnd the failure of tho crops, of
which we have had just reason to complain,
sink into insignificance in comparison to the
wholesale destruction of lifo with which wo
have beon visited.
Truly tho ways of Him who doeth all
things well aro mysterious to us.
Later. The following upceial dispatch
was received from Jacksonville at ton o'clock
last night : "
Old Settlers Mkrtinos. In all parts of
the State, meetings of the old sottlers are being
bold, and permanent societies formed. These
re-unions are very interesting, and we would
like to see something of tho kind in this
county. This is odo of the oldest towns and
counties in the State, and many of the early
settlers are still living in our midst, and a
meeting would prove interesting. Indiana
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Additional Foreign News.
THE AUSTRIAN ARMY IN NEED
nussiAy moors ox themarcii.
Austria Bidding for Allies.
Signs of a Revolution in Lombardy.
New York, June 3. It is reported that.
General Guylai bad sent word to the Austrian
government that the supply of provisions ws
beginning to fail in Piedmont, so that he would
be unable to retain the position he occupied
more tbnu fifteen days.
Tho French government, it is said, has re
ccired information that four Russian corps
d'armoo had moved toward the Austrian fron
tior. A Norwegian barque, bound to Venic.o, bud
been stopped by a French frigate, and informed
that all the Austrian ports except Friesto and
Ancona were blockaded.
The commander of the fortress at Vcnioehad
received no notice of the blockade. A French
fleet was boforo Venice, and bad already c.ip
tured twenty vessels. Fifteen French men-of-war
had been seen near Caltaras on the coast
The London Times correspondent, in the
Austrian camp, says that a naval attack on
Venice would have no chance of sucoess, every
channel to the port being blocked by sunken
vessels. Ships laden with stones were laying
eloe hy, Teady to bo sunk at a few minutes
notioe, and thus close up the small remaining
passages. Guns of a largo calibre are placed
in positions to command the passages thus ob
structed. The Paris correspondent of tbe Times says
that the Fronch squadron is not to attack V.n
ioe, but merely to blockade the port for the
The Liverpool Post, in Us article declnring
tho passage of the Tioino by tbe French nnd
Sardinian armies .would be tho signal for un
European aniance, anu me march of the Aus
trian troops on Paris, says also that Russia is
to join Austria, and her reward for what looks
liko treachery is to be the cession of Moldavia
The shipping interests of Great Britain are
greatly agitated as to the conveyance of ar
ticles contraband of war. Lord Malmesbury,
in his reply to a special inquiry, says that the
neutrality proclamation was not intended to
prohibit the exportation of ooal or other ar
ticles, but he warnod the subjects of Groat
Britain that they do not carry arms for the
uso of either one belligerent, articles which are
contraband, as the government will not inter
fere in their favor, in case of oapture. -
An imperial decree of Austria increases tbe
direct aud indirect taxation.
In the Federal Diet, Prussia, declared that,
though adhering to her pretest against the
posting of the Federal Corps on the Rhine, she
did not object to its being established as a
mutter of form. The proposal was referred to
Thore aro indications on the part of the
Italian refugees, located on the Swiss frontiers,
to stir up a revolution in Lombardy. .
Gurat Britain. Tho Queen's speech to the
new Parliament, is not expocted to be delivered
before the 10th of June. The London News
says that the Liberals will assist in taking up
the Reform Question whore it stood at the dis
solution. Tbe eight large steamers of the European
and American Company bad demi bought on
speculation by Messrs. Lever Jc Howard, of
It is Baid that the English Government will
shortly invite tenders fur a monthly mail to
Australia, via Panama. Twenty thousand
landsmen have been enrolled in the British
The ohartering of vessels to Franoe a troop
or (tore ships was regarded as Illegal. -
York, June 3. Tbe annual regatta of
the New York Yaoht Club came off yesterday.
The Madgee took tbe first class schooner prize;
tbe Dawn the second class sohooner prize; the
Deer the first class sloop prize; the Haswell tbe
second olass sloop prize, aud the Flying Cloud
Itilt thirff ftlfLRa itnnn nrl.
- - - - - - " (' J - -.
The Madgee, Dawn and flying Cloud were
Philadelphia vessels. The Deer wa the only
Now York vessel that gained a prise, and it
bad no competitors.
June 8. Michael O'Brien who
brutally murdered his wife at Cohoo, some
time sinoo, was bung in the jail yard to-dsy.
O'Brien was nearly 60 yean of age,
-'.( - ill.' '
Popular Excitement in St. Louie.
St. Lotus, June 3 Intense exoltement pre
vailed among all classes of citir.ens to-day, in
conseqnence Of the shootins; of Mr.hulM
this morning. About 12 o'olook some two or
three thousand men repaired to tbe jail,, with . "
the avowed purpose of forcibly taking and
hanging the prisoner, bnt, throngh tbe. exer
tion of tbe police and the influence of several i
prominent citizens, the exottemctit was 6o-
what allayed and a majority of, the crowd pre- r
vailed upon to disperse. Squads 'of excited
men, however, lingered around the'jall all the ''
afternoon, and traversed the streets, threaten
ing vengoanoe upon the Culprit.' -To prevent
violence, Mayor FUIeyordered.ont the nilitary,
some of whom -are now .(8 o'olook) standing
guard in the jail-yard, while others are patrol
ling the streets, propped to instantly suppress
any threatened outbreak.
Mr. Churless still lingers, butbla death is
looked for every moment. He received two "
pistol wounds in the abdomen, either one of '
which the surgeons pronounced mortal..
Much excitemont still exists, and it is feared ",.
that the announcement of the death of the .
wounded man will be the signal of a general
Mr. Charless, Sr., is of the firm of Charless,
Blow A Co., and one of tbe oldest and most
esteemed merchants of this city, and the
attack upon him is universally regarded as the
most unprovoked and cold-blooded on record. "
Washington, June 3. The President baa
Issued a proclamation for the sale of prtbliof .
lands in Iowa, commencing at Fort Dodge on
the 26th of September, and at Sioux City on
the Sd of Ootober. They are in the north-" '
western part of Iowa, at the head of Dessaolnef . '';
River and it tributaries.
' Passed Assistant Surgeon Howits has been ' "
ordered to the Bureau of Medicine and Burger ,
as Assistant Chief of the Bureau. Surgeon
Delanny and Assistant Surgeon Kindleberger
have been ordered to the San Jacinto.
The steamer Ronnoke will, it is said, brine
the Japanese Commissioners from Panama to
New York. Commander Porter will leave in
the steamer of the 20th to take command of
the Sloop of War St Marys, now at Panama.
Capt Dalhgreen having, Ivy order of the ohief '
Bureau of ordnance and Hydrography, exam
ined and tested Joselyn's breech-loading Car
bine, ofliciully reports that this style of arm '
commends itself to tbe service, the only objec
tion being the shortness of the barrel. . .
CoLi'VBi-tt, June 3. The Episcopal Conven
tion now in session, held an emotion this morn
ing for Assistant Bishop of the diocese of Ohio, '
which resulted as follows:
The whole number of votes- east was 63.' '
Rev. Dr. Gregory T. Bedell, of New York, re- -ceived
on tho first ballot 47; Rov. Dr. Little- , .'
john, of Connecticut, 10; Rev. Dr. Nicholson, '
of Ohio, 1: Rev. Dr. Burr, of Ohio, 2; Rev. Dr
Newton, of Pa., 2; blank).
Tho vote of tho laity was taken separately,
and resulted In confirming the nomination of
Rev. Dr. Bedell by tifl ayes to 21 nays.
On motiou uf Dr. Bolles, of Cleveland, sec
onded by Rev. Dr. Greenloaf and Judge Spal
ding, tbo vote was declared unanimous k -
PiiTaBUKO, June 3 M. River three feet six
inches by tho motul murk and at a stand.
Weather clear ond warm.
St. Louis, Juno 3, 1. M. River fallen 12
inohes in the last 24 hours, and is still reced
ing. Nothing now from any of tbe upper
streams. Weatbor clear and quite cool.
Louisville, J une 3, P. M. River stationary .
with 4 feet 2 inches in the Canal.
PtrrsnuBO, June 3, T. M. River 3 feet 9
inches, by the metal mark, and stationary.
Weather clear and oool. '
Fire at Rutland, Vermont.
Rutland, Vt., June 3. Tbo Rutland Foun
dry and Machino Shop, owned hy tbo Brandon
Iron and Car Wheel Company, occupied by
Mcsirs. Bowmer A Mansfield, was burnt last
night. The loss is estimated at from $15,000
to $20,000, one half of which is oovered by
Insurance.' - , ,
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, June 3—3 P. M.
Money coutiuues in active demand at 10(3113 pe
cent. preDiium for horl approve! bufineas paper.
Kiistern Kxchautie is wry fair at H per cent, pre
mium nellinx rate. Una or two houses bny and sell
at th same rule. Outsiders are compelled to pay H
&H premium. Most of the backers refuse to draw
forpartieH not their rtgtilai- cuHtomera. It is gen-'
crafty expected that exchange ill remain Brm at
the present fltfuro during- thin nionth.us the fcttate
will lo in the market for a large amount to pay July
(iold is firm aud in demand at ii centX premium
linrlianifl' in Mew Orleans dull at HGtM discount
billing; selling at pur. . ,
Kostern Exchange iu : Discount.
New Orleans . u .
ChiraMo.. 3 ; ; , .
LoUibVilio ... ,. , M O
No chanira In Uncurreut Honey. '
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, June 3.
of cinser)iiencc wom done to tlsv: the Hales were con
lined to Don t.rls. iu lots, ut Si M, for euperiine, end
r.s 7.Vj7 nu, for extra. 3,'.17 brls. were received the
l-l 24 hours.
WIIISKf-The market opened buoyant, hut closed
dull. 1'rices advauced )c. per gallon. The sates
Vfre son brls. at riiiM'H, the latter rate for wagon.
I'll'iVlrtiOS Nothing done of couawmence, and
Erlcetiiouiiual. 1 hero was no demaud u we could
oar of for hmv article. AO tierces Lard at lljjc.
GROUKIUtfg-Ttie market is dull, ana nothing
Of importance. Prices are iiucbaugetf.
VV 'H IS AT The market was rather dull to-dy. and
thoush prices are not ijuorabiy lower, it Is difficult
to noil at our quotations. Holders ere not willing to
sell at a decline, and buyers have generally with
drawn from Hie market. Hales 2,(io0 buih. very in
ferior White, at St 6(1, and 300 do; good do. at 1 45.
;t)EN The market is eteady aud rle Arm.'
Rale l,l bush, at hoc. Jieceived. during the past 24
hours Io.iSh) buh. ' ... .
KYK The market is dull and prices have declined
Be. per bimh. bates 2Mi bush, as SI 00; 100 do. at
Clio., and xio at Vbo. delivered.
DAULEy Ameliorate demand and price steady,
OA I'S The market remains dull, and price have
further declined, with salo ;MI bush, at Ric.
0UJCKKK-8alo 200 bi.jtas prime Western BeserVe '
at so, JUarkut uiet and dull.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, June 3—P. M.
The Flour market It heavy, and Inc. lower, except
for Uround Slate bales l.sno brls. Sti 6o(a. 70. June
luspucteii, suuorfliie state, tfr, m&7 lft. Kitra state.
6 itK6 70. June inspected supernue Western, X8 5
. M .V00"1""' to "od extra do. 7 VKii" 3. Do,
Kouud lioop Olilo, cto.lug heavy. Canadian dull and
uoinluitL ltye Hour inlut, ttl(A 24.
Wheat dull and drooping, tales S.MiO bushels,
ft 2M1 M Milwaukee Ulub: l 7 Choice inter
lied Western 1 a2yr.l sn Ituil Southern, and 2 00
lor W hita 8outherii and Kentucky, ltye ttruie3, sales
2,.'iOD bunhela at 1 0u. Hurley quiet, ealea 2,i00 Wh
ole, at 6iJ. AUo 2.20O bu.hols damaged. Barley
Mult Me. Common heavy and dull. sales li'ooo bush
els t B3c. found Mixed v cetera yoc. Small lota
Chicago da. CdSGiac. Oats heavy and dull, UMo.
for Vtaie; 34(u)ri7o. tor Weaturn and Cwuuliau.
Wyiskey: sales 15s brls. at inc. '' v "
, Pork lower; sales 3,Ui brie, at (ID nIIS 87; Mess.
Sl'J Mi; Clear, )al9o.; Uump, Sis 7ffi& 00, Prime;
included n the sales were tuu brls. Priuie, buyers op
lion on day, and sou brls. uuyeis option until the Kith
of July. l.Mleet heavy, mI 6U0 brls. at 7 7WB7 28.
Couutry Prlmeat 'Js o d-j. , .... .
Mess; f 11(914 30 Cor repacked Chicago do., and f 14 M
S,a No for extra. Prime Mees Iieef 4tuit at 2tfi2d.
eef Ilame Itrmly held at HI4 Mum 17 60. Bacon ,nuiet.
Cut meat dull; sales too packages at ita-jVc. for
Hbould.-rs; and SkmsWc. fur Haws. ., Lard heavy;
alesftto brls. at UVml2)ic.. . -
Butter unlet, at Ibfeu'jo. tor Ohio, and I820o. for
state. Cheese dullal vt&loc.
I lot to a heavy; talis, only (00 bales. Upland Mid
dlings quoted at 10c. iltdes Tower; Vimi&m Ay ret
B6o. Tobacco iiucbaugiHl; Kentucky Mb (A II Tic; Vir-
flitila '.'M(tSo. Wool dull and loweri tales 2U,asit
nil blood riaxuuy at 5nc; lorfivn Qualities continue
heavy. Whisky firm, at isc. Sugar heavy, at ti4
Jo. lor New Orleans, and 6k(a i'tc. for Mucovaii
Spirits Tuipontlne heavy at 47c. up the pot, and
4sH't449o. to arrive, iteeiu tli iu at 7iife.bOc. Alice dul
attieviJSc. ' . ,f
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, June 3—P. M.
Btooka lower." Chisago ft Roc letend teW; dim
berhuia Coal Company. IJ; lillaott Oniral, ooXi
do. Bonds, IvX; New York Central, TJH Heading, Iwj
Canton Company, in; Virginia Bixre, !,; Mtuourl,
do. Ib'4 Uateuai Chicago. Hi Cleveland ft Toi.tdo.
2.4, Pauaoia, HuH; kn,6M; lWflo Mail, Tfe t'.B.
Five 17, loll)..
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