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f CINCINNATI DLLY PRESS 1. wnnllabM Ahftf (Sundays not axoeptaa) by HKNltY HKHO fc.OO. PBOrBIKTOBB. f ; " crrKT vmivrnipirr, orr . roirm-0WB. j TU OINOINHATI DAILT P8KS9 Is delivered, to atiecrlbers In Oliiclnntl, Oorfhgtc u( arronndlng ettleB end towns si th veraranlr lovr ',!' .y kt - prlra of Li ' ' ' ' KITKNC1NTD WlK riTUM TO U1UW. , f ,cn(!f JK.ite.-Wtm copies, oer,tin: I month, an.enisi Smooths,!; I year, Ml. I MUSICAL. DOIiGLAS POLMEgg frT PCBMita ri rnrc ooitoFjAh ruliK.V "Willi a Hif likftuetM ui tho diitiu- itimhrtl (mm... tor. JOnN CHURCH JR. lllln MFOAI. MANOH-TIIR BFHT IN J A n Willi; A. -Nines a itmpo ((.! Mw York) fMiironiii xoncn uomih I'mti'l-m ttuii 'onrm-t I'mima, pr mmnred l.y lilntr., Thai Iter and othr iimt Aiitn the ImhI (n rxintrineit. e will null Inwrr for than any other dealer In thity. riuiKM null Milod.Hine tuned and repaired tu.mnichlv. I'liinm to h't Ht from S to tift poroimr- c. MitHicnl lntriimonUi seWn nt hiiH-prirep. I to r.if Itnv or rout a l iauo until you huTe called and ea tiin'iira tut mi QUITTING A nBnWa Agents, Piano Dciilon Aiirl Makers. No. 227 W. Fiftli-itroet. near Plnm. MEDICAL AND DENTAL. Don't Read This ! limn utost wondrrfiil nmcov. 1 KUY ttV TUB AUK.-lir. CALVIN, Ibrmerly i iioiHion ii ml Haitinioro Hoppita., wnere u iihi Ititil in 1 1 y yearn practice In ih trcutuient of e iirpMl iliwiwej, hut morn recently of Mexiw, when mm-Ii dthi tiM a nre to m found li.thHr ritnkefit form. Purinu li s nrtictirn them, in eonnetnlon with Ir. Hun ANTONIO DK. LAIMVALLUH, one of the ihmhI I'liiini'iit n)i?HlciuliH in Mtx4io mid Hnain. tliov ih-:i-.vrril h ri'itit'ilv In on of thtt MoxIcmd nlnutiu im 'I fniimi on It tn fcuuiltorn M"xlco, that r mvM,M I nv miiulr. hII lti vonorrii t;iint lP-m tnn tiVHtin. in tiw ji iiimry or Hi-onnditry form; typhili, in th urxt tftkto, rH-rinnnMntly euro! in a Trry short time, itntl tlio Hvfcu ni UHirnihly ilcatiMfl ani paM, ma if It hmt novor htM'tt coniuniirititud hjr tlmt womt of .ill iliuiMi. HvhIiMIm. Hirmfiilii. T.onriwv and hII kimWol mrrutMloii of tho hlotl nful dipe-wt'S of the iltin nMHivMi fwniiuiiMitiy anl ri""klT thiH now. ri Till iici'iil mid AidororiititiiMk " MoxirHii Bporillo.' No iio iifiil hit p'ducfd to a 'leton, and suiter tho fttrliirKN of tin ii(tiirfitton, and rohlwd of liin lant dolliii', itnd Ktlll not cured. !r. t'alvin nlno umn nil kini Hii lironir diKotir'oii w ilt ffrritL HllCUUfl. MlPQ- n (trMtdy to p;iT for, im nil dlnfMHt-n arc trt'iitrd fr1 oi hw fn nt hy xm'iiu cMilrncu I'frnoim ata iint.mt M mii ho troiti'd lv Hi-tidiiid correct state- tMf!,t of their iwtt by hdtcr, and ton cent In K'-tHtfo titmnpH. 'nil on or Honrowi it. i mvih, !l ftlxth Htif't. bMWfiii Vino and Wiilniit-fitret, irirtunoi i, Ohio. Mow in the tlmn to-tuorrow may TLe )o'. t-r linn lor a ted prman'iitlr In the city, ani can at mi it men r' lounu at Dia ouice, HaJiud for Circular. No. 59 SIxtli-BtrecU lny2.VTl natiiAiK Ki.f.m. vrcniAi.K hotan. H A , PHYSICIAN.- MimIkiiw KI.IilS'S UT K KWK KI.IXI It nnvir IhIIk l i-ilrx nil klnd.olihl Hhi-- il ili (lioru., Ih K I'luoyrt, OvarifK, I)lHtlpr iii.tl Ifrmlirji. I'niannK (Ih niifl llt.rk.. lun.ntmit .ifii hihI ITI'frli(in ii tint Wniiili. nn niilltr of how i"tm niHiidiiifii, poniianeiitly curt'd by tliu line of the jPf m , ir. Murium" ri'l'm with nlomiitro to the following curd 'i oi ol ill" WHl ani((gi.ia in mo cny : "Ty l- ruMiV 0l Iht Lndln im Particular.' "Wt. Ih iinilnrKiunpH. .rn not III the h.liH of r1. Init i.nr omiiih lo Piilint. MiMllrinr.: but knowiD2W.II lh lnilr l'hytirlun, and Hid humIIcIiio rntlod the 1 1 ti'rliin Htl lr. wo rlimii ltillv riM-onnnood it to all In- ioIm anllMt-nie from Koniale lliKioa of any kind; it I-. 1'urt-lr vput'liildo, and In nn p;u mn do injury; w. ray In all try. and our word lor it. rou will find relief. K. It. Hil l., I)ninit, VConior of Klllh anil Race-trota." N B.t lfor aaln at the prlnclpul offlr., 144 Wt I 'h nt., Uotwion Kmc:.' sua Klni ; kdw AUO WiAK 1 Mi &V, cornor of Main and b'oui Ui-ta. ; V. D. ilbli.' rurnr ol Knco and KHIh.ata. ; and drug. ti.i inuriHiir nirotienoui Tne ciiy aua opmiiry Frlt. OSIK IlOT.LAU Vf.R 1IOTTI.K. Md.ime KMilS bait iliino-d from the Houlh, aud louod at h"r office, 1 11 Wet Bixtb-Ht., at illiinefl. . ; . t - ,,1617 t k HTKnuinv.-itiiniiHK bki.i. rk- J. l.PEl'l lil(l,Y mm4-N Hint .hw aMiimoiic1. I'lHioefl. aeain. and can tte fonnd at hor "renltloc., No. X7.0H the wi'Mt aide of JolM'B-.treet. belWfH-n r.,ion and Gutter and liilM-rty and Wade, where she r"!loll4 pttMl, nroitoni anil lilinrn evenie ny piawein, pnltnttdrT, or by rani . To nil lhtae who may wtnh l". lonmill lifroii ttiolnckul buHluuaa, or any under I lii(i. ioiiruov., l.iwuilN, lo-it, uiatriinony, lot. I.tv li.k.tU,. u-rftN't NMli4furtlnn will Im olyen. It fiom v A . I . to y I'. M . Price, low. arlttaen I iU l..r r'luiilli Hie b'tlf aon tltauaine, jy.'t-em ARTIFICIAX. TEETH. r v. hiintan. T Wont iMjch-Mt... 13 IJKN'I'IS'P, PJO. nod Kim, ir.RTts A rl ill. iitl Toelli in all Hie ntltiroiit stvlo. now nmctiri'iL Porsnus in Hnl of Teeth can bitvo their wishes fullf met litis onn n. All niNimtlons in Penllitry performed. jy2-cro ' ',; ,.J. TAFT,"'1'''' (Sn-refir to Knowlton ATHft.) ITU. ,", lVliSI FOlIRTir-STRKET, BB. 1 TWKBN WALNUTand VINK, ' unit lUINSJIiKPlJtTIi V. . Fa. NF.WTOiV, M. D., a al.' W If! K IWfl. fin WlMT HKVKNT1I-HT. IF iH-twtM'ii Vlnt uod Kauu. Hoshiunrn No. 101 W rdt HHVHitlh.Filntot, bidwil Vfiieand IlaCo. Oflic h-ur.r, A. M.; I'n Ui2i V n.t 7 to H P. M , WIL1JAM M. HUNTER, DENTIST ii. A ' - 'iOll vi-NE-WTitKET. viiiqueniitowii. llrititiil and North Allierii au lioyill hiiiii iniiwny i KiTow HlennUTM. At'STU ALAhl AN iiui t.,nd r',.,,1 ir.ulfli.v: HTVA.1 .niO Ilinf. I 1H. AO'iiii.oii , iiuna,i.i"ii .un.. Moody: KKPAIl, tuns, Cupt. Cook: ami other liiioinilli't'Dl nnd powerful steamers, will sail from ew York every allci-nalo Titursilay for Liverpool, c illinuut (Juicnsbiwn, to land passengers and Uia- '"' 1 ' ' II ATKM (lir TAHHACK (!ABIN-.1. Children under 12yearaof age half i.n. o Infmii. irve. The tiliin nassensers will nav a luble amply suiipllcil with fresh provisions of lii.Ht (inamy. ah t'anin requisues iwiin uoos, wu. dinu. lowelM. fret are nrnvided by the Company. IViues, spirilrt and mull liquors can tie obtained l..u..l u, in,ulii.lji rwtji.. ,, , SI EKIIAGE-S:!!!. Children under 12 years of half price. Infaiiln 1. Tlio Hleorage ptu-.-iig"r; havo lo piiifiilo tliiuuriolves with beds, ni'dding l-iweli, ; bIno a kuitc and fork each, one table-spoon, cic- ti'ii'Spoon, ono tin plate ami one drinking can. I'hey will lie allowed provlsioiia of the boMtiinallty Ku umi'li as they can t-al. couked and laii'ved by i ..mnunv'n M-rviiiils. ami i-ach naiwencor will tie SUP' rlird with thn-e quarts of water daily. Persons w odiinc lo scud for their trionda can obtam oertin From Hoik u New York :I0 for adults; children ,...,l..r lv ,.r. In. 1 1' nr out! aim or I Vfmr tMA. v....... f.iv-..i .u...l lo Nnw VorU glJIft for adnltal t-hildieii iimk-r U yuim bali'prira; luidi't 1 year 'I'beiie Hlmmors are linllt of Irort, in Vafer-tight r.iiiiistrtuainte, carry euun an experiiirei siirKoun, .....rv iiili-nllou is uald to the comfort and i coiuinodiition of piisHeiiKem. As thev proceed direct Cork, tlie ureal. riK ann uciay oi oaiuiiH ai Jnliirtt hnvntf(L For wi--8iiolyply to J.ooiJipy i;.i nrnnnwur, nnw tun, WM. U. llAltltY- CU., AKKKI.L A HI. MOT, lir toutir Aguiil, jyi' ' New York Hhiclnmrtl, O. FiOAN OFFICE liK.IO0irOM M WHWT BUtTH'SrHMT. maONF-Y LOANED ON WATf!HK, JBW- IB F. 1 1 K 1 Ami till KIUUM (II moruURUUian. an at Na. Vina4treat,lMt' late' el Interest, .urlb and rilth. ROOFING I ROOFING HUIK OI'TIIAI.T KI.Af'I'II' IHKT.HI.IU I. Ulllll'' I Ml is ottured to tlie public as the best leam-Hl Blellll 1001 now iimai, lie niuriia unvioa i." I li.Klrd by an experience ol reura.lu t I fiully.' Appli'd to Hat or tcp, ol4 1 Inns. No solder uil-iMr-'fwd secnr, 2 - L. ....il.,n ol 1 m eh minU. V .1.....! lul.rul fott shlii fj dlnaixnl"n"ru,i ' mytAlli '-. his mtv ikiid or iwvt hutlil- mlf wituunt moat to aiiv Mrt 4 j.p.jirU fty uf 0H11 wilD I lh Waal becoist -street. 7'eVnimery liiid rsyjrtlcles. rB KKKP t;ONHTANTiTr UIV namis a It'iy si'ieri ar"i mi' "K"'.'.' j irtea, luuet mi- ".'..' - V " " - 1.., rl. anil TRai a.slS. r'T rted, Tuilet Boaps, Poniatuins'aiiil HanilKortlliei iyai-1 1 . . ... . mm .11 I., f" I'vIk.iIlI ljllDin s u.muKert;ifci LAiiotio, a t.AHOK VAIIIKTY WARRANTED j "U"''.' for.sata htkvknb A' 1)0.,' ;,,,n ' : ' fourth and Baop-sta. i ntMPIt VAAi &. CO..I ma AN If At TO UK Kfl OF BAR, rillffRT 11 and Boiler Iron, Plow Blab., Biillroad .10 AUo. ag litsforilie sale of Ironlon Htar i rial "varerliluVo. IS Bust bocond-sln-Jt, Cincinnati t,i'i-.u..I.iHi tnrr.,l f 111 rnTHW WOOOH iiMia-lfCHIVKII. r ur sair, wuw,w udutall, WM nt rVurt lWti-t, It J"7 1 UN VOLl. III. NO. 156. ; : wr& CINCINNATI. TUESDAY MOltNING. JULY 31, 18G0. PRICE ONE CENT. If 00, it I i i I ' RAILWAY MATTERS. TRAINS DEPART. liirrLa Miami 17 tnlnutva fhaterthan Hty ttnie.l i;OA.M, 10 A.M.and II P.M. Dolumbn. An. cnmnUMlation, 4 P. M. Xeuia Accommodation, H r. M. Vincinrati, IUml.Toii and Dattoh 17 mlnutea faatar than City time.l W A. M., Ti:tO A. M Ki30 P. M. ami A P. M. Ilaralltnn Accommodation, H A. M. and ,'liSU P. It. Ohio and Mnwiaaippp (if minute, .lower than City time, 4i'i3 A. M. and Si.13 P. M. liouiaville Accommodation, P. M. Indianapolia and Cincinnati 8hoet-I,in (ij minute .lower than City Urn, Si 40 A. M., lliSO A. M. and 6 P. M. Mamitta and Cincinnati (7 mlnntei faater thaa Oily time, 6ilS A. M. and 3i30 P. M. Cotinoton and LaiiKOTON lUlty tlm.,) St49 A. H. and 3i!I3 P. M. Cincinnati, Richmond and Indianapolis 6 A. M.,9i30 P. M., p. M. Cincinnati and Loa anaport From HUtU-street Dopot-6 A. M. and tt P. H. TRAINS ARRIVE. ltini.1 Miami-3150 A.M.i 8 A. M., 1 1,04 A. M. And 4t40 P. M. Omo and Miaaimirpi 7i30 A. M., IJi'iH P. M. kndiS0P. M. - Cincinnati, Hamilton and Daiton i45 A. M., IOi 10 A. M 1 P. M., 5.30 P. M., Ti.'l.l P. H. and 0i 1 3 P. M. lNDlARAPOUa AND CINCINNATI lOll 3 A. 4 P. M. aud l'i P. M. Mabintta and Cincinnati 10i39 A. M. and Sl13P. M. (ViTIKOTON AND LlIlNOTON 1 0i33 A. M. and 4,rH v. m. Cincinnati, Richmond and Indianapolu-7i4S A.M., IP. M.,n.30P. M. Cincinnati and Iiooansport From HUth-stroct Dcpot-7i43 A. M. and 7i33 P. M. VARIETIES. At Help for the heated Lemon-airf. TUa color that debtors dislike Dun. The unfortunate speculator's punishment The iStockf. In Rttempline to drown care be careful not to go bejoud jour aepm. Somebody emvelv asks if aasortinu dcad- letiers mas lit nciuiring inu ncsy iiiiiunjjce. The rKi'scoiurin says there is much sickness among the cniiarcn ol nuiniuiKie. The population of Paiucsville, in thisiState, if ... .L- I-... :n 1 L'.IA ftCCOrtling lu llic ism: tcusus, is 4,1. When owners of American watches meet Hiev aro very uot to have their vnnuln rcart y - and approved. A son of Charles Dickens is a merchant and tea-taster in the house of Barings, at Hong Kong, China. There is a woman in Brown Township, Delaware County, infirmary, over lOti years old. oho is a native, ot irciana. Rev. Jacob J. Caples, presiding elder of r indley district oi me .n. a. vuurcu, mea weanesaay oi lypnoia lever. A house in Williamsburg. N. Y., was struck bv linhtninc on Thursday, and the nmate Mrs. Perry, killed. ' . Ramuel O. Paxorr. President of the Corn Exchange Bank, New York, died suddenly on Thursday, ot congestion oi tne Dram In St. Louis, last weok, thero were 269 deaths an increase of hlty-two over the pre vious week. ".Ii.lin Phoenix" fLieut. Geo. II. Derby). has been promoted to a captaincy in the United states Army. The Michigan Farmer estimates the wheat crop of that Suite this year to lie 9,000,000 bashelB. It nnnears thus far that tho late brilliant meteor was seon as far south as Richmond, Va., and as far north as Hamilton, u. w. Two vonnir men of Mobile. Alabama, were drowned last week while bathing about five miles from Cape May, only a few rods from the shore. The Davton Emnirt gays the arrangements lor tne unio Biaie rair are progressing nur riedly, and at the same time substantially, in unit, pinuc. to tho New Tl.n .mnki, nt nruru to k f 11 vrb,denrf rtrnwned. or otherwise dis- n,d "of this season is 3.007. at a cost to the f in .1 ' . ' v llneawax is now used, instead of tallow, for the .on aga and the il3., 05. cratius rifle cartriilges in the British arcs y It is arremcteni luoricaiur, auu uucb uiu cur- rode the metal.. A day or two ago the officers of the law sold at niihlio sale the effects of the late Clinton ' . - .ir... .. A I, I, . tl.l Bank, at vvesiporx, vvuegiuiy nuuiuj, ihu. AU ui-property reitoniy orougatnu. i Tl,n ataoinn uroll in nrncreHA at. Mnpnn. 1 ... wu..... ..- r-r " . M Uta.,i!0Y thrdyva 1 wnter fifteen-fin Jibono theliVrthTbut is so impregnated with soda to be unlit for use f r- .. , ,: i: i Hcekiah' M. Jeflcdied 'on Sunday k, aud vl ol ur- Petersburg. Va. The deceased fought every battlo Jroin vera urua to tne niy Mexico. . i, : 1 '. ' 1 s ' II - .' s ' v V e t Thb Gt tnnui fourneynien ' tallorg of' Mil- .waukie, Wisconsin, have struck fur higher wao-es. and to the mimlwr of 200 have been parading tne principal sitcbwi mtic Rnlmrt Marshall, lr aud Patrick Maiming having quarreled about polities, the other day, near Memphis, Tcnn., the, former shot the latter.ocajj.;; .1 .- .. .. . 1 .Wrih Pntshriul. of Buffalo, N. Y., starved to rioatb reeentlv. while crossing the plains on big way to California. He was young and unmarried. Five. inarn hers of Ilaltimore tlob, on boating excursion, were upset last ween, when a rival club attempted to shoot them, wlille straggling in, me water. A hew naner. to be called the 7Vu? Preu, ia ulauit to be established in Chicago, They have more pupers there now than they can supiori. A nnjl . of sixtv-Hve. Jonathan Peniiln cordmitteiT suicide in Nesholm County, Miss., last week, from remorse for a crime com mitted in bn joutn. I- The Chicago Timet and Chicago IleralH have been consoliuatea, sir. muoruiica, Realtor man, proprietor. Mr. Sheehan, of ;, retires. , . - . alln , lima not iraiu more than about 20,000 -. iuK.n h. nn nnu ahniit in 1W liopiuauuu nn u.'v, Yyb - (HH),000. A lew places like Portland, Bidde- ford and Lewiston have, however, made con- ' " BUlkea, Is. ' 1 a riderable gains, Kn anvintlH are the RomiblictiiiB of CaHI'or- . -1 A" it... A V. I : ...w.l r. nlumii HI tO lKHteb8 rail Ol UW Aire uuaum ot.ii.r that, at a mt encnuHianuu uico.uik pat ty, it was voted to sciul on 10 iinnoia utrtmn one.- c 1 A few davK'sinrA aladv died in Philadel. fihia, 107 years af age, anil on the day of lineral, there were present rive brothers sisters, the youngest being over ninety Ol age, The '" League of "United Southerners" greatly increasing in Virginia, under n hPia nw ba rax r. bs.ii hi ii 1111 11.11 1 1 1 ii . ' nr. a Biun is working to tne same enn in Ataoama Mississippi '1 ' . : . ' The Cleveland (O.) "Regu ators'' were I "e yieveiisuu x . 6 - 1 ' .1.' ...i,- i.,K( in fiili f.,m end i BO.BIH ui-v. r- - r Ol'tliltUJU Weie eXWIIimvSiV. OHO as streeU were visited, aud seven boiuaM of tepuW UMiususd with coal-tar. VARIETIES. Severe Drill and Discipline of the Chicago Zouaves—Their Skill the Effect of Unwearying Effort. C liffiOficirig the reception hf Ihe Ztiiitto Cadets inJfcw.Vprk City,.ttl Chicago Prtn says: . .. It is eauv to' kiol. rJ anil ndniirc snrh moTeinenta, and such perfreUon, and m ensr to resolve, oitlier individunlly or by roRnpan ics. to imitate and excel. .The history ol the Chicagi) Cailcl corps' Is a most instructive one. It is scarcely less wonderful than the drill ItaulK the patience.' and' oJlVlevotlon with which these young men nave scnooieu themselves for many months past to the se curing of just this rusult. - ' . If tlio attainment is marvellous, u is ue- canse their labor has been gigantic, tncir r.eal and devotion iBjcafUrcltse. Nightfall, diiringsix days in ihc week, ha not come more regularly man tueir evemug uriu in i me uorrcti isiock Armory. 1 no young cicrK from behind the ooan(o,- the law etnderrt from, his books, tlm young man of leisure from his loitering? abut town, have all lived under strrct militnry law and discipline self- ininnaed. anil Aach. evemno' thelp drill i IS maintaincrt to a late hour, lias held them, despite of fatigue, despite ol lures and In ducements, innocent and otherwise, that fill up the young man'f hours of leisure. ' 1 1 i ) .r .1. . . i : II llie jUliaveu iiuve no peeni in tumr uwu peculiar sphere in the United Ktntes, or pcr tiaps the world, it is because their indefatiga ble, laborious and long-continued drill has no parallel And com jinnies in other cities who are preparing to undertake the sumo must Consider this, and be prepared to give a period of months to a thithfui daily drill, a drill which is no boy'a play, a training so rigid and calling so much UKn the time and at tention of each, that nothing hut the loftiest and most devoted esprit tlu cvrpt will Btirvivc the test even tor a hner trial. We do not look for tlm' very rapid niulti plication of Zouaves after our Chicago model. It is too cosily an attainment not to he an anomaly , It is wondertul that the corps, with unbroken ranks, have passed their long and patient we had almost written pain ful experience of preparation for just this triumph. They have richly earned it, hut it is tne reward ol more timo and iuoor ex pended ny them than llic lookers-on in new York, of even Chicago, could have dreamed. Wi' are not carried away with a military furor when wo admire the Zouaves.. They aro but another brilliant proof of what a oaraful fol lowing of the one idea 5 will awemplish, whether in letters, art, or activo lite, Hand ling pen, peucil, chisel, or Zouave musket ? I Rapid Progress of Railways in the United States. The' Railway Annual, for 1859, states that in nine years, or from 1850 to 1850, the rail ways ot the united states nave increased from 7,:if.5 to 27,044 miles in length. In this period, tho increase in the New England States amounted to 61.74 per cent., whilo in eight of the Western States the increase was 1,201.41 per cent. At the game time, i the ,fonner gained in population 16,12 percent.,' and the latte 4S.2&. .The )Ul oost of the roads, iid to 1859. amounted to M'j5,4.rl,n,o, of which large sum it issupjiused one-third nas oeeu wasieu ui conairucHuu. iucig sic, at this time: '28.000' miles of finished roads in the United States, and about 16,000 either under' construction or proiecte'l, requiring ..... . .... ' i. -; .! ajiio.oinylou lor uieiccouipieuon.- it ia egii- matcd, however, that many years must elapse before sufficient capitiU can be diverted from other objects to carry them through. In the meantime, many projected in a spirit of rivalry to other roads will be abandoned. It is calculated that 20.000 miles of railway are Butlicient to do all the business ol the coun trv at the nresimt time, and that:8.000 mile! I have been constructed in part in rivalry to I other roods, which has proved a- dead loss to the New England States hnB been in the MidiUa.SuUcs.. $-10,0101 in'ths Southern States $22,906; and in the Western States $36,833. .The reasoa asgigned for the ohean ncss ot construction oi rauromis at meoimiu I stockholders, and in the main will pass into the bands of the stockholders.' I The average cost of railways pcrmilo'iu p that they, were built on the cash plan. Among the net earnings, the Panama shows Iho Unrest returns, being $29,564 per tuile: and those ieTnirlg''tlieleust, of Tiotlrrntf to stockholders, are foiindrin Maine, Vermont, u;..ii..nt llflw.! Illlitrtia' Woar Vnrlr Mr The list of dividend paying roads, comiffises I seventy-flight, among which two pay an an- ual dividend ot I A per cent.; nine viper qent two per fent.V tert 8 prt ce..t.r Six 7 per cent,; thirty 6 per ccul.; hve o per cent.: I quel 4 per cent. one '1 per cent.) .and. one C I nor , Tlmi list nf ilitliriiiueiit comnunies 011 stocks or bonds amount to thirty-three. the total bonded debts of the American rail ways, all of which'fnatufe ttttwech 1859 and 1874 moltnt 10 411,l'JU,lli, . i,. 1 1 ,, , ;, . 1 : . . .1:.... Dkscriptiom or ink Fv,vmid Islands. The recent . numerous accidents off Cape Horn have made these islands, .mentioned 1 1 mora treniie.nl. V HULii 'nrrmeriv 'niiewHiiauer rl9 He groun bclonCT to Great BnUin, as ZThm twl XniJ and about ' onea, mj 0( . wi,icn are mere at the whole is . about "T. .1 oa : At ...! 'weeks and months together these winds are almost incessant: trequently nlowuig'a tn- rlous gale. The port is only about 300 Rules from the Straits of Magellan, 1 and on that account is u favorable haven for. disabled ves-, sels. The population is uliout 460 foreigners, mostly English, who possess very tew ot the comfort or conveniences Tof . life. Garden vegetables are almiwt, unknown,' wid the cultivation of them, as well ag fruit trees, is at tended with the greatest difficulty. ' In fait, HI llVM tho islands pdssci no trees, and are merely 1, WHICH ' a 111. mo the I saw him by the ' extraordinary precision hm , l .nnasrs uuLLinn u u imrerai UUH I ",r" , - r . .r . a,lt. of luck 111 a "horse-shoe is rile in Hwlter- land, as well as 111 the rural districts ol covered with stinted shrubs and grass, renders them adapted Only to grazing. On the large islands there are many wild cattle. rue climate is so conn stormy, auu uisivgreu- able, that few Europeans can he found will ing to remain thare longer than they are compelled to oy circumauuicea. Thb Swiss Riflkhen' Modk 0 Siiootino Kniilahd. Most, u mot all the Swibs sl)arp-shootera fired (national rifle contest) UVing tu mil irjuuiu uuuu tuo Ki-n, ulvtr risiirimtD unA ll ul 1 1 laaPu I A Q I in utll) frAfiAl.. 'tv v...-v n- ally occupied trom ten to twenty seconds covering mo (iiHiiv ivuu tucneuiiuK si. u.e- lancewiin me eye oeiore puiiuig i ib irigger. M. Thorel, who nolralyoariMS oit uie worth nlle, but has earned by the same act nnnllllniilirin tn ontpr t in lltttH Fitr AIIM rtf rUJl.1 niLCB umjBHiiutii, inwiiiouvu wtasv own oonntry, and our Swiss rhampion, hav ing, on his way to tbe common, fouud one tb road, regarded it as a talisuian, aud hung it at bis breast, wnere ne wore it tnrougnoui .. . .., ' f i ti'l.,1...- tne oav. ukb an oruur ui menu . it uciuoi was the miraculous power of the borse-shoo, or his own superior sigm ami uiuginciu, her and is the w aim 1 (n, tl.) uateiu says mai one mij uw w , I Pliiletus A. Bryant shot' a black eagle .1 . , ....... .1 i.ir 1 out 1 wojgneQ six auu u w iijiiB ""P"'"! ,,t ( frm 1 11 to tin of its w ns.: ""VY "- WU I UtU CBUUIB HJ uouuiuium uuv fvivisiu is ihat M Thorel's shooting astonished every who saw it, 1 Threo times in suecessloji he hit the center of the target, a feat not comulished by any other person, English CiW during the dayioUif V . B',, ".t. . . - -r - " ' ' A Bio Eaoli Story. The, Northampton weighed six and a half poundsiaud measured heir ae.ueit feet frum tin to tip of its wings.:' 1 AVr" " A,,. 1..i..bj1m, lu.U. and took a lcf irmiei"-"- - . -. bad hide that hung ou a fence, weighing seventy pounds, aud varrivd it svveu tuds. Steam as a Motive Power to be Replaced by Gas—A New Gas Engine Invented in Paris. The Paris correspondent of the Boston Traiflltr sends the following account of the new invention by a Frenchman, of a gas engine, which is now exciting considerable attention in the French metropolis : 1 believe the machine recently Invented by Mons. Denois (a gentleman iiiite well known by his galvano-plastic copies of alto-relievo sculpture and engraving), I mean his gai engine, which he looks upon as destined to take the place of the steam engine in a grcnt many pinces wncro a imnivu nuwvi ouircd. oc.cunics the chief snare i Araderav's attention at this present momc This eas enirine is a good deal like the steam engine In its external appearance. There is the same cylinder, with its piston, the same flv-whcel, eccentric and slide-box but no boiler and no furnace. It has a gas-meter and a very Bmall Inductive apparatus. There is a tube' leading from the gas-meter, and conductors leading from tlio electrical ap paratus to the cylinder, or rather to the organs of distribution, wich immediately precede the cylinder. When the gas enters the slide-box it is, with a large proportion of ordinary air, in troduced iirst on one and then on the other side of the piston, and where It meets nn electric spark which fires it) the moment this takes place the aperture through which the gas enters is closed, ao that the combustion takes place in a sealed chamber and deter mines in the mixed gas and air a force of ex pansion which acts immediately upon the surface of the piston. Tho motion of tho slidc-liox and electric distributor is so arranged that tho moments of introduction, inrlamniation and expulsion take place in succession and nt proper times. When the piston has its motion in one direc tion ine same nnases oi me lmrouucuon nnu combustion of tile gaseous mixture take place at the other extremity of tho cylinder. You see it titilir.es and transforms into labor a portion but only a portion of the heat pro duced by tlio combust Ion of the gas, which is the ordinary gas used tor lighting tne streets, When tho combustion takes place the heat. which is suddenly disengaged by an explo sion, contained In n rigid ciiamner, is coin innnicated to all the elastic, fluid in the chamber, which iluid is the motive power which acts uuou the surface of the piston. and if its expansion could be carried further all the heat would disappear in tne ciiamner, and the traiislormiuion would ne complete Unfortunately, before this rctngoration takes place tho fluid has lost its excess of eia.siic lorce, nnu ifc ib nvceBouij W IIMUW IV iy retain a high temperature to cnaoie it to r .i Dt the . nt. I cajie into the atmosphere, and which high tcmiorature it carries away with it, thereby causing an inevitable loss to tne macnine. The lierfcctioii of tliis machine consists in (his, that all the heat produced by the com bustion is really brought into play, wiucn is very far from taking place in tho steam .entrine: but. as in all machines, only a small portion of the heat developed is used, the greater part escapes all attempts to transform it into motive power. This machine is thirty ner cent, more economical than the steam- engine, and It only costs $200, and can be used wherever gas is used. I call the atten tion of your mechauics to it, if they ever ! stand in need of a small motive power. Itis i .i : ; , r.u. r.-.m heap, it is convenient, and it is freo from Hauler. - .... I '- ' - Extraordinary Suicide by Starvation—A Man Lives Seventy Days Without Food. Some mention has been made u pers of a man by the name of Eldridgc, who died recuutiv in the town oi t;namam, mass.. I On (Jane Cod. from starvation. This man I jived more than seventy days without food I or nourishment of any kind. A friend of UilTO, PVO P 1-iJF nit ca-iiiiii(;, nnu igdiih. in Chatham, has given us some facts in this ex traordinary cane, which, wcro they not re- Oeived bevoud edly Insane, but thero was a "method in his niadncsa". smb. as hag rarely been evinced by any human being. Ho was in the full pos- m. j looo, ., o. ii.i-j I ,fr",- undoubted authority, would be I belief. , Mr. tldridge was undoubt- I session of his health and strength, and his I vital power far oxceeded that of ordinary I men. which accounts for his long endurance I ilnder circumstances to which most others I would have sooner succumbed. He had I .illon ,vtieieiior1 bin rlofprininatiun to corn- I rjiit suicide, but acknowledged his lack of i , hyery I used nj nis I from his i I slratucwm tl rinnrage to do it in the more ordinary modes qf drowning, hanging, etc. means that could be suggested were iricnus to persuaue nnu 10 ueamb lurmise. nut wunout avail, no at could be devised, no force that could be used, was left uutried to supply the starving man with sustenance. He success fully resisted every effort to that end. When asked if bo was not hungry he would say, "O, yea, I could eat with aa good a relish as over." He would sit down by tho family, while thev were at their meals, and would look wistfully at the table, but nothing could in- quce mm to aouni a parucieoi ioou 11110 iub 1 mouth. ' M would go into 1110 cellar, ana 7 P'k .AMM thus: 'Twill eat you all up.' - Ho retained I eilllV XO WaiK HI ffave no reason for his singular conduct, ex- cept that he hod lived long enough and was ot no use in tne worm, a more exiraorui narv, instance of strong self-will and super human power of command over the appetite, proDamy, is not on revoru. Man Lives Seventy Days Without Food. The Muratist Intrigues in Italy--Movements in Favor of the French Prince. . ThrS Turin correspondent of tho London . I 1. r.il. ! . " S? T.uu TV; ' , I 11119 vuiiiu LU utjr ucibuiu nnvn'Wio .tta. of j -Jl I avoweuiy Duron ruiriu nnu miumui, 111 t. u- rin bllt of tho8e who hve left or Bre our lellving Turm 8nu ye08j Uarlmr thonghU dark intrigues aro alloat to turn this N eapol- inin movement to too advantage 01 a r rencn Prince, and there are men who have traced the clue of these to a very high personage in France. He has at least full knowledge of what whether is going on, and it is only doubtful er he efrncs'tlv forwards the views of tbis Murat party, or , whether he simply " 0 . r""."! " 1 ... 1 '-t. .1..- i ' k. ..n: . : Su""?. r..!. " il .".7. '". r: . 1" C .L;'7J', I'.r,v U:.,- ;., tUt .i,puf aiHinlu huua lnft TinoaiiV I with nrmu anrl ninnfiv anil H i ol thflin Rr I. .. T " r n If a c : 1 i well-Known lmruHtuis oi tue aiumi muuiy in Tne nl4tioIlai idea of Italian union or unity rurl8 fig. grmjLup danger in the south of Italy , outward than from internal opposition. Tha members of tho Directing Committee at a N j are nll rjniuirians and AnncxationUts thti I . ' 1 rv i iin: -a IM he friend Caniiilo Caracriolo, Marquis of Bella, aro sUnoh to this principle. So are kvowedly Boron Pocrio and Mi nciul, in Tu- on and feelfngs quite at variance with these, and look upon annexation as the most imprac tical chiiuora. It is w Tilts Ghmat ISrazil Diamonu Miss. It the opinion of those persons best acquainted ssnuni um quiuuiumii Bimimj un that I through , a .failure iu the production, I wkntl.. .!, .m, Inniii. t lint, nil m liar, fir tltj. I The aVtcululors encountered ..occasioned many people to abuildOn "the seal eh al'Uir these iireciotis geius, the value of diamonds having kllvn. vuuuderably iu the European markets. that, when the diamond I . 1 ..... mine at the Chapade, in Hruzii, was nrst ai body covered in 1844, there were found 4,000 ac- 5,000 earatg of diamonds a mouth, and several or persons agree at estimating the quantity auring the year 1846 at 10 000 to 12,000 caraU imr ninnlli. Tha tirnduct then began - I iliminiafi onnablArahW. and lost Year much 1 frwer were, found. H Is difficult lo say he - The Irish Brigade in Rome—Causes, Incidents and Results of a Hibernian Row in the Eternal City. The lhihlin A'atinn has a letter dated Koine, June 27, which gives thrno particulars of the row among tho Irish volunteers: Wo had a row on Wednesday evening. which has been the great topic in Rome dur ing the last two days. A young man named I.alfan, very respectable, and nicely educated, but with not very much discretion, not being run tne position ot mil private satisfied w (being like a number of thoso who seem to nave expected officers' commissions to be as plentiful as nerncs), put on ins umiorin ami turned out in plain clothes. The ofheer in I 1 ii. unn.in n..in.,i i.:n. tn ..,, vuiiiiuium, mi. nufliKj, uiuvii in mi r" I i.:a ...,;r.m nr,tonA l.ini..n.int I I'll 1MB IIIIIIUIIII. Il iviusiu. uii.n.. ...... Howlev ordered him to be arrested, and called on a sergeant nnmed Wiseman to arrest him. The latter, who was close by, and seems to have some partiality for Lanan, instead of obeying the order, hailed some men at hand to assist in resisting its execution, wincra oi the battalion, however, most properly, with alacrity turned out to arrest the insiioordi. nntcs. These ran ofT and took refuge in the Irish College. Some French othcers, not awaro of the rights of refuge, wanted to enter and arrest the men. The College authorities refused to permit this, and the time borrowed thus in representations, 4c, allowed the teni- ier ot all parties to cool, and Lallan nun w tee man heartily to repent of their conduct as an offenso not merely against military discipline, but against the credit of their native country. So they one and all gave themselves up quietly mat evening. Meanwhile tlio uarracKS wncro tne nai- titllon of St. Patrick is stationed was the hcciic of the greatest tumult, on hearing that some ot the men had acted in such a manner us 1 have described some saying this, some saying that some furiously calling for prompt chastisement on mose lew wno uau, as they asserted, brought disgrace on the linguae anil on ireitiuu, ami given u iiuuuie to their enemies; others, on the other hand, palliating the conduct ot the malcontents, and censuring the great strictness of drill and discipline ordered by Gen. Lamoriciero. The Irish crowded in groups, excitedly dis cussing the whole affair, the crowd being swelled by Swiss and French idlers, all wini ng to sec tne upshot ot aiiairs; aim ai me roRS-roiids. as well ufl at the Pubuzo Aldo- brandini. there were crowds of Romans look ing on in ama.enicnt at want all mo iioibc was about, liy hub tune several omcers the battalion began to arrive on the spot from various parts of the city, and they Instantly ordered tho men back in tho barracks. The men oticyed griirablingly, as the curiosity all was greatly excited, and they wanted lou n the result of the affair. Rv singular and most fortunate chance that very evening, by the train from Civita Veechia, who should arrive nut tne Major the Irish Battalion, Mr. Miles W. O'Reilly, Knockabbcy Castle. He barely reached hotel from the terminus, when he heard what was going on, and off he hurried to the bar racks. Ho came up at the moment while the Irish were all gathered together outside the barracks, about to enter it. He instantly ordered the men to fall in, and put them through their drill, and made them a brief but brautitui address, ion never saw hange so sudden and complete. The men became ag docile and contented as possible, and every thing wore a most cheering when a deplorable incident changed Hit. aspect of affairs. At the end of the next the barrack-entrance, there w:is a stout, athletic Irishman. I forgot to tell you there is ono division Belgians and Romans In the same barracks as our men. The Belgian olticer in command had, at the very first outbreak of the drawn un his men under arms in front of barracks. This gave great oll'cnso to Irish, who felt indignant at being, as thought, guarded over by Belgians, and man I have alluded to kept saying, with excitement, to his comrade: 'Look at ter excitement, to his comrade: 'Lookatthese feUo tl oxM 8C,, tUe p ttud the motnmgl ttnd liok at with their bayonets like sentries to terrify us. The thing seemed to sting bitterly, the moment Major O'Reilly gave the order right about face, this private passionately liosneu ai llle neureai ui iub Declaim ur and with one blow of his fist between tlie eves laid tlie poor fellow sprawling kicking in the dust, to tho utter amazement and horror of every one. The Belgian oflicer, with sud lack nf instantly gavo the words: "Prime and load make ready present fire O'Reilly rushed forwurd, ami putting himself iietween the muzzles ot tne guns and position of the Irish, in a voice ot thunder countermanded tue rosn and terrible oracr. It was a moment of painful excitement. O' Keilley'8 voice of thunder through having so recently arrived be was personally known tne Belgians held tne leveled but pulled no trigger. Then O'Reilly his men once more into line; but this time out poured every Irishman 111 barracks, and a strange scene ensued. Though utterly unarmed, they rushed at urined Belgians, and a regular hand to-hand conflict ensued the Irish, however, merely desiring to disarm the others wrestling away the guns, twisting the bayonets line twigs, and tossing mem in tue air dozens. The Belgian officer drew his sword made a stroke at an Irishman, which, ever, wounded him slightly. This was Iirst actual blow struck:, on ibis, another Irishman flung a stone at the oflicer, missed him, but hit one of his men. notwithstanding me serious nature 01 whole affair, proved to be the only given throughout. O'Reilly's tact, energy, and presence of mind were above all He soon, assisted by his officers, succeeded in bringing the men to their obedience, and a few minutes had order once more and by nine o'clock every thing was as derly as it nothing had occurred. A Suit for Breach of Promise Compromised by Marriage. I0. nioy ot Mobile, Alabama, was aged 'ttdy.,a fw days ago, who vis- ,leu. omce or me purpose, to oringa siut ,,1 uo-iLinst. a cnntlemnn lor nreiu-h nf nmmnini 1 againni, a genu cSntract. . l'he nuptials were to have been consummated the evening before, and some- I 8 '' "rn Zl Jendaut, who expressed a dec (ot th.B law I,r?iTd,r,g8' at tl is or to to how, says the Mercury, the gentleman forgot to come to time. The lady was prompt to demand her legal remedies (sue was a widow), and, as we said, called upon our attorney, nt Ins ottice, who torthwilu instituted proceed ings by making out the necessary papers, laying the damage at $10,000. Having to go out on the street for some thing connected with the suit, our attorney met with tbe de- eeidetl disrelish the same time excusing liimsolf fur the non-performance of his contract tho evening before, which was unintentional, and tho result of forgctful neSK. The attorney told him he thought he could avoid tbe suit yeL that the injured lady was then in his office, and he thought she would accept Ihe ierl'oriuaiice ot his original con tract in inn saiisiacuon lor the injury, and invited kirn to walk up and try to negotiate a peace. The lady was not difficult toper- stiade to take him instead of the $10,000; the attorney was obliging and left thein for a few minutes to indulge together their blissful anticinationa. while ha went fop a license p.nd a Justice. The knot was soon tied in his office. The obliging attorney then procured a carriage for them, and sent them down to the City Hotel to taste the first sweets of the honeymoon. Mrs. Vaufleet, while visiting; her husband's lloiii'iiig-mill. iu Galena, iu this Statu, Wed nesday, hod ner dress caught in the shaft, tauaiug instant death, LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS. Arrival of the Bohemian. Qukrkc, July .10. The Bohemian, from Liverpool, on the lHth, via Londonderry, on the l'.Hh Inst., passed Farther Point at eleven A M vp.innliiv. and arrived at this point .i.;. morning. An interruption of the work- i jM,r Dr t10 , . i . i- . :-!.... -r I g ot the line prevented mo ixaiismitisiuii oi her news yesterday. The royal mail steamer jina, irom new i v'ork. arr veil at Liverpool on the 15th. u-,c u,nm and Snzonia were to leave I n .. . i...,. .. i v .. i. I noiitnampton on me loin tor new sura, I .... , v y-,... , r i.j -i ,n at, in lim. IOI I AOIIOKV, Mil Boston, put back on tho 14th, having been ashore on the east side of the Cathlin Island, In the House of Lords, on the Uith, the Karl of Granville stated his belief that the disturbances in New Zealand bad been greatly exaggerated. A debate look place on the Savoy question, and the policy of England taking part in the proposed Conference, in the course of which tue annexation of Savoy to France wag very I n-cnerftiy denounced. in tl... HutiaA nf rninmonA. Mr. Roebuck .. . . ., r,, . aitacKCU me woYeriiuaein .or 1,iIrewU....B llllSt War With China anil encouraging llie Ulllll niitnin-truxlQ Mr. tiiaustono rcpucu, ueuyniK uiav iuu war was unjust, and asserting that the treaty of Tien-Sin was as binding an engagement as could be made, aud that its ratiiicauon was most important." Mr. Gladstone made statement ot the financial position of the I collutry, proposing to levy an immediate I oi of to duty of Is. lid. per gallon on ardent spirits, WIUCU WUSSKIWH W. France. Tho news from France ig unim portant. The jloniteur announces that a project of law fur the purchase of the canal lias been adopted. Na)ilct and Sicily. Sanguinary combats arc reported to have taken place near Mes sina, between the Neapolitans under Colonel llosco nnd the advance guard of the Sicilian army. Tho British Admiral, Mundy, had quitted Palermo for Naples, and there were scarcely any but Sardinian vesselB in the Itimila. Garibaldi hail cxiiclled Varini and I wo others from Sicilv fur conspiring against orders. Variui iB said lo have had full power from Sardinia to assume tho titlo of Royal I Commissioner as soon as annexation was declared. Vn(i. The massacres of Christiana Syria arc said to reach from 7,500 to 8,000 persons, whilo 151 villages havo been de stroyed. Sickening details are given of the barbarity infl icted on all aires. '. The ship S'jiiaittram, of Boston, Ua been wrecked near liuiuiuiy. 1 . : . i COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. the Liverpool Market: The sales of Collon for five days, including Thursday, were 4i,0iK) ba es. Market u.iciinngea aim.ieaay. J' lour quiet, but less pressed tor sines, rr neat steady. Corn very dull. Provisions quiet. and without particular change. Produce was generally unchanged. The weather was fworublo for tho crops. London Moneu Market. Consols closed on Thursday afternoon at WV(a93!4. Demand fur money continued active. Arrival of the Santa Fe Mail. lile of row, the the they tho bit ter these iNPKPBNpKSCg, Mo., July 30. Fe mail, with dates to tho lilth inst., arrived here last mgni. ioin them News hud reached S.'.nU Fe that Manuel in. .:.i. :b.. u... I.-J .... l vniivee, ili,iiiij 1111.-A11 i.iio, in.. i.iiv in mi- suit ol a large band oi naviuoe Indians, wno ran off a herd of sheep from the Rio Grande. They overtook the Indiana and bad alight with them, in wnicn iwemy Mexicans aim foil v Indians were killed and wounded. A considerable quantity of stock was recovered. Business at Santa r e was recovering, I ne emus uroniised a fine yield. Major oeugwicK g commaua wasatneni s tort. and to iu mans, and Captain Stewart had captured the family of the principal chief ot the Kiowas. In tuo melee, two soldiers were wounuca. Lieutenant Bayard was also very severely wounded by au arrow-shot in his cheek. Tbe point of the arrow was still in the wound, and he would be sent to Pawnee Fort for medical treatment. Two Indians were killed. Arrival of the Quaker City. 1 '' tne At un guns. or dered by the the Vw York, July 30. The stenmship Qua ker Citu arrived this morning, from Havana. Among her passengers, are Admiral Pingon, of the Spanish Nuvy, aud Don Antonio Man tilla, Mayor ot Havana. I i 1. . Two lines of steamers are established the Ilabancro, from Havana to Buhia, and the Osceola, from Batabano, Cuba, to Triixillo, Business was quite active for the season. Sugar firm at 8!(m8! reals for Nos. 1 tnd 2. Shipments of the week: 30,000 boxes. Sales large and some on speculation. Stock 210, 000 boxes. Molasses firm at reals tor clayed; 'Mfg'A'i for Muscovado. Money somewhat easy. Freights active,1 but un changed. Sterling hxchange 13K13X premium; on New lurk, ajiyj premium, l, premium. From Boston. and how the which These, tne blows praise. in i was made. Saturday uight. to throw the New York Fxpress train from tho track, near Fariningham, by placing sleepers across the rails. The train bad been running nt great sneed. being behind time, hut the engineer hud just shut off steam as it was nearing the depot, when tlie engino struck five sleepers on tbe tntck. Three of them were thrown off tbe rails, but two caught under the cow-catcher. and were borne along until the train stopped. The train rocked fearfully, causing a panic, nut no damage was none. Political News. Philadelphia, July 30. The Penntylviy man has changed proprietors, ur. r.. norwux retiring, succeeded by John' H. Brunner. , Tbe Breckinridge and, Lane flag has, bo'eh hoisted. " ' ' '.- ' ' Political News. Personal. Boston, July 30. Lord Lyons and Freder'- leg ware, r.sq., 01 tne rJiitisn Legation, loll tills morning for Canada, to meet tho Prince ot Wales. .id j Non-Arrival of the Prince Albert. St. John's, N. F., July 30. No signs Of the rutce Aiveri, now uue Irom ualway,,wttn dates lo the 23d, W ind, east clear. River News. I'ittbbubo, July 30 M . H i ver forty inches by the metal mark, and falling. Weather clear and cloudy at intervals, and w'arm. Curious FiNANOigg-Rxbiniorja Qi'khtiun. Can tiik Catholic Church Borrow Mohhy? But fcw persons, even among Catholics, pem haps, know that interest on money (ur usury) as all the old writers cult It,) ia unlawful ac cording to the iloctrines hhd teachings aud must sac red decisions of the Churgh iif Rome. Vat Ihn Ohnri'h itkc.ir on ui'ciiiiiit nf t.ba nrna- sureof external circumstances, js couiieIIed to go into market and to do that which its councils lorbid to be done, under the paius and penalties imposed upon refractory mem- bers, who disobey its injunctions and violate Its statute.' ' ' ' ut The Paris SictV has an article, upon this subject of tho loan Proposed for tlie I'op. It pertinently adds:""I the Church authorized to lairrow money, according to Christian law?" - It con tends that the Peter Pence having failod the two hundred millions of t'al holies- to whom the Pope appealed not having come down with the dust the resort to a loan is contrary tu tradition aud the tenets of the Fathers, . RATES OF. ADVERTISING.' . TEH3MH OABZX.' 1 Advertisement, met axeteatng lt.es Ourao) One lnrtlcm....t 9 t ft IneartlowS. ....... I lie H Insertions...... 1 BO I !I4 do. ...... It ft a) Larger advertisements Inserted ai the follow'ng ratr a for square of ten line, or teas: ' One Ina-rtlon $ 80 I It tDeertlona....'... 01 00 Each addltlonaU 83 1H do., A ei M lnsertlons 1 74 I 514 do. 5 00 JOB PltlNllNt.t la all Its branches don with neatness and dlepslrh. SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER & WILSON'S gftrt-' -N1 iiawgi- II?Vr.,U omI. ii A V.liVpT vim.inwati. SEWING MACHINE! principal orncn, NO. TT W. FOflRTH-STR KKT, ikiuhb;, T Wheeler A Wilnon Sewlna Marhlne. wllh Im. B,,rUn, ,mr,,II,PnU,, .,, , ,h. demand r. . .,, low-prlce.1 Fainlly Murhino, hare Inlnwliired a O FF K It TO THE PI'BI.IO TIIK Wh h Kvi' HTV Li K, work inar upon the same principle, and making the mme elilrh, HioukIi not so bigliiy bn Islioil, at sipil-siviv inn,i,r nn. The eletlnnce, epnotl. noleoloeenei,. ann Mimpiirirrni the Machine, tne beauty and slrennlh of ulilrh, be ing alikk on both sipba, iuipoe.lble to ravel, ami leaving no cnain or noiie on in iinuiT bimi., mi economy of thread and adaptability to the thicken! or thinnest fabrics, ha. ruiiiliTi'd litis the moet sur- oeeeful aud popular ramlly Dewing macliine now Atonr vartous offlcea we sell at New York prlres. and give instruction, fne of charge, to enable uir chasers to sew ordinary ecame. hem, li-ll. qiliii. gather, bind and tucR, all on tne same macnine. ann warrant it for three years. Bend or call for a circular eontalnlag full partlcn lars, prices, testimonials, etc. . m jai-ay win. ncinen, made. SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE Mas it KKWINU RIACHINK.... No. 1 " " HIOO , HO rlMTTTT CrnTIVf MlfniMrC I i; iTiUl 1 0D IT lit u AUtaVUllttan I IT IK WKIJi UNDERSTOOD BY IMANTI. FACTI UK IIS and all those who us" Miliaet sMa chines, that they will do GREATER VARIETY OF WORK, ILL 00 WORE WORK, AND WILL DO IT IN BETTER SITU Than can be dona on any other Machine. 81NG ' KK'M HAM II, Y MACHINKH,..13aadt3. ri'lnclnnatl Ofltca, No. H last Kourla-street. ma.Tn.ar J AS. HKAKDON, Aenl. K 13 1 W .10 Y 9 K Improved Double-threaded No. 72 West Fourth-street. ra-MIOttK IN WANT OF A flOOO WEW- I. 1NU MAtJillNK are Inriieil to etamine ours before purchaeiug elsewhere. JOUVKT &, CO., .Atzenta, mytf-cm No. 7'J Went Fourth, upstairs.. RED CEDAR VHT KKORIVBD PKR MTKAMKIt " "" '".'"?' . .. T.VOIMI feet Tennessee Bed Cedar, and fr.al. at very low prices. ff.ltoil tjcuar pence i-osis , '.,000 Locust r'enoo Posts: an. mill Feet Fencinn Rourds: OnlrrM for Cedar Hoards. Joist. Poata. Floorina'. Ac., filled at shurl notice. liKl.mm ft. seaa'd and r In. 1st onm. flue l.uinler : loll.usi ft. seaa'd 1, 1 lt, 2 and 3 in. clear do. do. ; 5IM1.0O0 ft. second and third common do. do. ; Qntl,0uu ft. Pine, Poplar, Uak and lieuslock Jolsta and Hcantllna: All well seasoned, and will tie sold low for cash, or on short time, to make room for uuw stock, by Thos. W. Farrin & Co., Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealer, AST Yard on Vroeman-stroat. opposite (leorsa. and next to O., U. and 1. K. K. Depot. my2i.rui M. II. Ceak. A.M. Caul.. M. H. COOK & CO., PK0PBIETOR8 (ir GREAT WESTERN PLANUM MILL WIIITKWATKR OANAI HKTWVKN KIKYH AND BIXTtl-STHKItTS, ('IN (II MM ATI. OHIO. IN CONHKQrKNCK OP HAVING F.N TIKKI.Y Iwiitlonttd tv.iiM.nt. in thn city, aim! tyrnoil our nttinton to pre purine liuiMtnp tnutorU!; of vtiry dti-cripUon, we ctin nntely sity thut vur nv MrlPiiCA tn the biiflntw mid our fjitvililic enal'le m tq oflnr indncAtniits t huild.'r in th t ity nnd at difltuiicn uiirtiirparuttid, if tMitittlod by au oilier aitut- Ur fwitabiiHhmHnc in ihu went. We also manufacture Vttnwri of all dnecriptiotui aod krHpon hand an Hrtnortmont of Muhoifany, Rotrt wood. Will nut and Ottk Veneers. AIo iiM Baokin ' ' fur Pictures and IiwMtiK-lHwe". P. H. We Iiare juMt reteivetl (oriy thHitmnd fret iUnl Odar. of tine qtntlity, which we ftttri ell st lews pries than it bits erer In a sold for in this niar tlt. aULU REMOVED. ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO. Have removed tbe Halpf-ronm of the ALLIGATOR COAL COOKING STOVE From No. Fourth, to their new store W. fOHNKIt OP FIFTH AND ELM. N. B,-trden vow received at our new FOUNDERY! Corner of Vront and rntral-av., or at our Ijeas-tr IIAVM YOU 1. ;;l,7 'I .1 ;lj MST ANYTHING? ADVERTISE IN TIIK DAILY PRESS! CANDY! CANDY! ', j ;. ; n !l " ! 'lb , , (ADOOSSaOA TO B.SSS a co.,1 J MANUFACTURER WHOlIlllf 'fllHI R ; jriXK AKD PLAIN IJANU1K8, NflL iJ 1UAI N-HTR K KTj't'INC'l N pfATl, ImylTt ' iq- " ' " LAN E & B0DLE Y BANuriceaiaa or ' fti Wood-working machukkt. ANDOIRGDI.AB 8A W-jnil.rjrJ. ol woaa WaAa-awwa,' OiBiaawsSt, OM ' StTKN IMI2KN C'ANH TIIRTLB HOl, All ready for use. '. tor sale, wUoleaaioaud retail, ley ' ' ! i . 1 a. McDonald a o . it b, M anBraiwh 4 W1 Fourih sf J-" BOX KM r-HBMH 1,-M1IITHI'N UOZKN M a iiuava Jifli ilia . A or sale, wkolesal aud retail, by M aa4 tnuwlt Waal t vula-pi, 0 i 1 . ;o -.' -of