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TIIE DAILY PEESS.
FHIDAV... .AlTOtTST ! [From All the Year Round.] SHAKSPEARE'S HEROINES. Bevrmd me and shove tue, fsr ae-ay From roWT poets lies b mm r. :r"lnn- ifr , wot Tli fawwnerrf land where NhakspoaYe s woihM Mrs I brunh shadowy grove and golden, glades of vision; And there! wander-oft, a poets may, - Cooling the fevsr of a hot ambltt.n, - ' 'Alan gnoitlr ,hds ot palaoes divine, And pry at abakspenre's souls mm shrine I Fair an these woman all, some para as foam, And sadiloreom than earthly ladies are; Front Juliet, catinand beautiful as honio, Yt hoaa lora was whiter than the mom In star. To Kirrpt, when the rebol lord of Rome Lolled at her knee air watched tha world from pallloa hla manhood f ir a woman-i tela. Hut fretting iu tha heyday of his bliss. 'W? J"'' nrw against tha Jaw, With atilha and uulildlties of av.ureeyes; Fidele inoitrn for Pnathnmits untrue, ,D wanders homeless under angry skies ; There wtilt. Ophelia moans bar ditties now, bad a the swan 'a wlard music when It dies;. There roaming hand In hand, aa free at wind, V alk little Crlia and tall Rosalind. And slender Jails walk. In man's attire, Pisnsiug bar own aweat tecs which Proteus wron( ; If Irandl, islrd from kisses, atrlkea tha lyra ' Of her owa wishes Into rslry sons-st And stainless Hero, flashing Into tiro, CliiJca with her death the lie liar lore proloum: Wllb. buinmB-alrice, whose heart denies The Jaae the ttiU indorses with uer ayes f . Bhipwreck'd Marlni wanders through tha night. Blushing at sound, aad trembling for the morn, And blue eyed Constance raises uj hor hight Tbe Use uf. lorlssUn tearful plight, Still seeks her hope in lab riutlia forlorn; And high upon a pinnacle, 1 aea Airdelia weeping at the wild KUg'i knee I 1 yd In the darlteat corner of the land w atka ona with blacker brawa and look! of naln, r cart-haunted b' tlje "bade nf pint c.nmuanil The nalc-faced Quoeu, Uu sinued beside the Thane: rjdatiU she moans, and eyes n bloodr hand ' T int once was llty-whlte without a stain; Robbed of theatrauglh which helpd tha Thane to climb. When growing with tha grindenr of lite crime, Kut In tha canter of a little hall, Koof'd br a patch of sky with atarsand moon, Titjuiia eight a loto-aick madrigal, Thron'din the red hoart nf a roue of June; A nd round about, the lain., rise aud tall Litre itHfela' slmdow, to an elfln tuna; Alovcs gentle ilernila, chatiug hope aud Hire, jmnuia ttiem, plaining tlirougli a citi-ou grave, I dream In tli la delicious laud, where tang K,.IU'iu'8-d all lr:iut aud nil hire, F ainiliur an my mother's face, the throng Of ladies thri'Ugh Hi ahmlv vUtaa move Tunc lutaus te tha aorrow tiiey prolong. And Fancy tveepfl bositlu' thi m, and tibore FroodB Mtuic, wearing on ht-r golden wiugi U'he diikveu of aubliuie iiuuginiugi. C h t me, dreaming on lu tbia tweet place Draa near toSliakupearn'-iftoiil with reveront eyee: Iet uie dream ou, forgetting time aud apace, rar.Ii'ju'din a golden l'aiadiae, Where amiiea are conj'irtd on the atatetv face. And Uiie-iove kie mix with team and signal w here encb injnKrtnl wnmnu still prolongs The life our Sliukiaie caleuturwd iu soiiga. And In the spirits twilight', when 1 fel ' U;rl-v,sagd Labor reconiuiending lelsnre, Let nte tl.us climb to fairy Itights and steal colt commune itli the aliupeanll poeta trbasure: V rapt in iuecious life from head to heel, ttwiuiumig from trauce to trauce of apeechleas pleasure ; . And now aud then, not erring, dream of bllsa w hose briaiuV soul runi ovr ina kUs I SHAKSPEARE'S HEROINES. The Extensive Stables of Windsor Castle— Queen Victoria's Fondness for Horses. Dr. Leyburn, in one of bis recent letters, writer ' "' Tbe Castle ocenpies n elevated site right on the edge of the little Tillage of Windsor, Which presumptuously climlig ud to tha Terr rates, And nestles under the shadows of the towers, . The effect of the pile as seen from distance, is fine really regal. Before going into the interior, we were shown the Queen's stables, "Mews," as they call them here. - These, as may be imagined, are on a scale corresponding with the extravagance of royalty- She keeps 300 horses, part of which were now In London, as she was so journing for the present at Buckingham Palace. All of those here were greys except the fancy ponies. One of the latter is a beautiful little milk white animal, as clean and nice as soap water and currying could make him. He is a pet of tbe Queen's, and she has a small chair in which the drives him herself around the gardens. There were also four of the tiniest bay ponies, which the Princess Alice herself drives, four-in-hand, in a small carriage. These, with six others, wero a present from the King of Sardinia. Tba name of each is inscribed on a marble plate in his stall, on one of which is "Victor," and on another 'Emmanuel," in honor of the illustrious donor. - k i Queen Victoria has the opportunity of en joying a sufficient variety in her carriage riding, to give it freshness and spice. I counted thirty carriages here. They are of every description, too, open and close, old and new. large and small. Some of them are the lumbering, clumsy old things in which the Georges were wont to be traveled and aired. One is a long, high-swung Char e bane, elegantly got up, a present from Louis Philippe during his royal days, and used now by Princ Albert when he takes bis friends ont on shooting parties. Another is a droskie, which, with one or two of the children's carriages, was a present from the Emperor of Russia. There are also one or two Irish jaunting cars, and two of the wicker-work basket infant's wagons, such as nurses draw about the streets in our American towns. In tha "Mews" at Lon don, ; I believe, there are about as many more royal vehicles, including what the Timet calls the "gilded glass ease," in which Her plajesty rides on Btate occasions. i - ii in Interesting to Women—The Bridal Dress of a Princess. The wedding dress of the Princess of Po lignac, who married the rich banker's son, If Mires, is described in Lt Parit follet. It was of moire, quite plain in the skirt, but with long train, high body, buttoned in front with fine pearls; an English lace collar, fastened at tha throat by a diamond brooch; the bouquet of orange blossoms, fastened at the waist; the coiffure was a diadem of white lilac and rosea; tha hair fastened behind a rich comb of diamonds; an immense vail of .Knglisu lace thrown over the head, and fall ,ing nearly to the bottom of the dress, com ' Dieted this dittingvt toilet. The second bridesmaid had on a dress of white silk, trimmed round the skirt with three rows f pinked silk rucbing, the third row carried 'ip to the waist. The bouquet of orange Bowers placed in the bow of toe sash, which as also trimmed with ruches. A diadem wreath of white roses and lilies of the valley, over which was thrown tbe large square vail of plain tulle,' simply hemmed. The thiid bridesmaid, who was young and beautiful, wore a dress at once simple and elegant. It was composed of white tarlo tiue, very; fine and thin, covered with pink flounces of tbe same. A high, full body, with a ruche round the throat. A wide Scarf of white silk, with fringed ends, round the waiat, fastened in a bow at the sidu, in which was placed the orango-flower bouquet. A diamond wreath of white moss rose-buds in tbe hair, over which a large vail, also of tarlatine, reaching nearly to tha feet. Per haps, says LtFoikt, the beauty of the bride may have given a charm to her dress, but we must coufess we have never seen one that plessed us altogether so much, not only for its simplicity but for its real elegmce. SOCMDKISS AlfD SlCPRITT or THB KlAOAKA Buspeksio Bbiooi. Tbe Buffalo (N. T.) 1'xprtit tajt: The Niagara Suspension Bridge has lately undergone a very minute and careful inspec tion, i It is pronounced by those competent to examine ft, as perfect as when it was corn pitted, and there is not tha least aridenca of wealmesi in any part.. Those beat acquainted with tba bridge express tbe conviction that a century of time will maka no impression upon the structure in any part -f A rMikTia Robbed or Hia Arrscrioss ASD Hf Hin5Y- Margaret Murphy, of New I ork, i spinster of tbrty winter. . Mar- ?aret bad 000. tihe opened her heart, and nen'ber purse, to a youth of nineteen, named Luke Oallagber. Luke walked into both ana tlien walked off. Luke, however, wm arrawted na is now UJaiL , , ' " - i n iii laaanin i I.IM-I..1. A iew York paper state that a gentle tua tun was a, K1tre bitten by a nioa juito recently that be narrowly escaped bieeding to death. Edward About on Liberty of the French Press—Adroit Argument in its Behalf. I Ed ward About, the well-known author of the Qvettion Somaini and Lt Otrti it Eu repr, has recently begun, renued rather, a leriea, at he styles them, of "Letters from a good young man to his cousin Madeleine," vli : T!i4 Opinion National. In a late letter lie speaks of the Liberty of the Press, from wliich we make one or two extracts ! . " The Emneror Kanoleon HI, who has bean chosen to reign over France, is assuredly of niy opinion concerning; tire uoerty ot the Trees. Althongh born in the Palace of Tull eries, he was a writer long before he was Emperor. He has had his hands full of new and adventurous troths, and he opened his nanus wwcy. juiae ourselves ne oas ten tbe chafing of the legal fotters on thought : his writings have been stopped at the Custom house and seised by the police; he has in his time cursed these obstacles and dreamed of the liberty of the Press. When he reperuscs his complete works, which, thank God, have not yet seen their last t Vume, he must feel just like the least of us professional men, a noble nnd liberal pleasure in reading his thoughts unmutilated. ' He is, then, like ourselves, for the liberty of the press, and I will never believe that hit rapid advancement can have made him forget the legitimate aspirations and the sacred rights of the author. He will cer tninlv restore to us that freedom of speech of wliich ho himself makes so noble a use when he writes to M. de Persigny. He will restore it for he has nromined In rln an. Per. haps the thing would have been done al ready, were it not for certain objections which the Emperor hears from those about him. He is told that the liberty of the press can only be the crowning of the imperial eclifico, and that several stories are yet to be built. There is much to be done, say they. An edifice of military grandeur, frank diplo macy, of equality and prosperity, of peace at home and abroad, cannot bennisued in a day; and they who press for the crowning, without, giving us time to consolidate the base; ore those who would like to see the edifico come down altogether. Let the French name be respected In Eu rope; let religion neither persecute nor be rerpecnted, and let every one be able to get a living by his labor; and they will always vote and fight for Napoleon III, and his pos terity. It would take avast number, in deed, of leading articles, paragraphs, on ditt and feuillctont, to shake the fidelity of these honest people who, by the way, seldom read any thing but the almanac. Workmen, peasants and soldiers are. and loner will be. straneers to those details nf daily politics which are discussed in journals. a luu-nn iub i nria worKmen, woo, Dot a as regards education and circumstances, are in reality burghens. As to the bouranuie, that lettered minority, they are no doubt sincerely attached to the liberty of the press. What man having wherewithal to live but rubs bis bands with glee when' he reads in his news paper a good spicy attack upon this or that act of govern ment? W here is the good-easy, peaceably man of property who has not felt a thrill of admiration at seeing a well-executed charge by a seried column of journalists against some crying abuse? He reads the article over again to bis family, sends the paper to bis friends, asks particularly to have it back again, puts it on one side for future perusal, and tnvt la hberte de la prenel iiuiuiauuew, imsr remaps so. rjut tnis cmidisliness reveals a real necessitv nf r.lm JJllUU, The Duke of Sutherland—The Political Powers of the Duchess. The London correspondent of the New Orleans Delia writes in a late letter : The Grandest nf all tha northern nnl!llv is the Dnke of Sutherland; bis income is neariy 2,uuo,uwi, mil nice a wise man, as the ladies will say, he leaves the business of it mostly to the Duchess, the most magnificent representative of the title of Duchess which England bas to boast of. She is a woman almost of colossal stature, nnd yet of vast dignity of deportment, and, what is rare in the mighty of size, of infinite taste to set off her handsome person, and. what is rarest of all, in any one, wonderfully good-humored. This lady should have a world-wide reputa tion as a politician, if Bhe be rightly repre sented. She is the chief of tho Whig ladies, and gentlemen, too, and should there be a difficulty with any one of them, and my Lord Palmerston finds his arts, and the fascinations of Cambridge House his resi dencegrowing of little value, the refractory are passed over to the glorious Duchess; for no man in his senses, and with a spark of the chivalry we yet pride ourselves upon possessing, would think of saying nay to the Duchess' invitation to spend two or three days at one of her country residences, where, of course, every thing is at once put eomme tl aut for a grand reception, according to the tastes of the man she has to deal with. If he love art, its representatives are culled from tbe cream, and there it a veritable fes tivity of all. that ia great in artistic life science, music, beauty, sporting, or stern philosophy no matter, while the taste -of the honored guest is pandered to) and it must be a Stern and neculiar temnaramant that can resist the words of friendly sympa thy, of eoanseland Interest, with which wo man overcomes the strongest, by gently Sliding into tha sympathies and the confi ence of the friend she aims at winnino- Kir Robert Peel knew the wonderful power of . 1. ; i j i . .... tins gisnsi-muv rigni wen, ana nung up bis rt of Prime Minister rather than consent the Duchess remaining attendant upon the Queen, as Mistress of the Robes, and with all the chances of nolitical influence nnen ha. fore tha courtiers, which the knowt to well now to mane use ot. . Opinion of the Yankee in the South. Probably no animal known to natural history is regarded with such aversion as the Yankee in some portions of the South. The phrase is rarely employed in a compli mentary sense, or without the addition ofau adjective more emphatic than refined. lie la supposed to have been born in a bed of i tmcraiieiu onions, raised on codfish, trained to sing through his nose, by which he is always to be distinguished from his carnal fellow-men, and taught to amuse his juvenile hours with wooden nutmegs, which are conceded to be the chief staple of the New England States. No good thing can como out of his land, no generosity, no chiv alry, no honesty, no frankness. He is habit ually mean, calculating, avaricious, and in hospitable. Now, it is very remarkable that those por tions of tho South (happily, few in number, and growing less every day) where the Yan kee is thus regarded, are conspicuous in bestowing upon the despised Yankee nation what would, generally be considred the most solid testimonials of good will. They are the chief patrons of the Yankee race; they fill their law, medical, and theological schools; they pass by Southern cities to give to tbe hated Yankees their trade; they are the first to go to Yankee springs and the last to come away: they eat with Yankoe frogs, dig with Yankee spades, wear Vankee shoes, Bit in Yankee chairs, and are often bur ied iu Yankee coffins. As Brother Jonathan looks more to substance than to ceremony, he probably regards the actions of the Yankee-haters as a better index of thoir felino-a than their words. At any rate, we see that he is multiplying his steam connections with them, and drawing them closer to his for giving heart. BuZlimor American. GABIIALOl'a FsBaf ' RPL TO TlOIOB EmtAMimL. The Paris ' correspondent of the London Ttmtt, dated tbe 8th ipst., aayst Count Olulio Litta arrived at Turin on Friday, bearing Oaribaldi'a reply .to tha King of Sardinia's request that he would abstain from landing in the kingdom of Maples. ' A friend In Turin, ' on whose veracity and tho correctness of whose in formation I can perfectly rely, transmit ma tba substanae of tba Dictator's letter,' Coqched in respectful and deferential terms, it nevertheless contains a positive refusal to comply with Victor Emmanuel's wishes, tianhaldl regrets to do aught that is din pleasing to the. King, but lie feels hlruaelf bound by his duty to Italy to pursue his sui union, and when that is accomplished be will place the power he shall have acquired at tba feet of hit Majesty. The Toughest of Turkeys—The Effect of Vegetable Pills. .lVTa!"4 gentleman' gentleman down la old Virginia, and a darkie of most un doubted honesty and truth: but he would sometimes tell tough stories. Hemef'Knr nel Johnsing's nigg," as he called him, the other day, and after cussing and discussing various matters appertaining to tneir toasters, fell into the following conrer tation t :Sam Welt, Cuff, how you was? Cuff O, I isn't no wusa. Sam How It ail de folk down at de Mouse 7 CurT 0, dey it able to be round, 'cept de o man's darter; she had de doctor the other uar. ne came in, looked at ber, kept lookin' at her; said she was bilyons, and guv her a oox or engine-vegetable pills. When de dojetor go, she up an' threw de pills out de winuow. ant wouldn't take no puis, no tan i vt ai, ae oie turkey c ock cud, an greedy kus he gobbled down de pills, box an all, wid de whole directions' in four dif ferent lamruaoros. Next day we had company, an' had to kill qai turaey cock, yer see. tjronght him on de table biied wid ister tass; massa flourish hiB knire, and try to cut him up; couldn't get de knife into him. "Cu"7' sayt he, "how long did yer bile dis surety 1 "Bile him an hour, tah.-" "Take him away and bile him another hour." So I took kim away an' biled him another uotir. Sam Did de company wait ? Cuff O. vaa. de rnmnanv watteil Wol T brought de turkey in, an' massa flourish his big knife agin an' try to cut him; but he couldn't do it, no tah I "Take him away an' bile him another nour. So I take him down into de kitchen agin. Sam Did de company wait ? Cuff Of course dey waited. I brought In de turkey agin, an' massa try to cut. But it was no go; mas git mad. "Take him away an' bile him a week f So I took him away an' biied him a week. Sam Did the company wait t Cuff O, yas, de company iwated bound to see de fun out, yer know. Wal, in a week I brought in dat turkey. Mssa thought ha got him dis time, sure; but he couldn't cut a hole in him; de oie cock wouldn't be cut. Massa send forde doctor, to hab de turkey examined. De doctor came, look at de tur keylook all over him. Says he, "It't no use; yon can't bile dis turkev, for he has taken a box of dese engine-vegetable pills, on' dare itn't any bile in him." MISCELLANEOUS. Marbleized YOOD MANTLES! WE HAVE NOW A SUPERIOR AS SORTMENT of Circular. Serueutine ana oquare jnauuea, WHU Anameiea metallic Firs Cir cles, making a complete finish between the grate aud mantle. Persons repairing cau put in our man. ties without the Inconvenience of resetting- the orate. Tiia cheannesa of our work, rnmiuml with .!.... mantles, the One finish, the durability and ease of rcuuiK uiubi uuuiiueuu lurm 10 persons DUllolng or repairing. We are permitted to refer to the follow. in prinuiis, mo nave aaa our mantlet la use some jor about three years : Hills a Bpellnitre, Builders, 49 Ererett-st. 1 8. L. Snodgrass, Builder, sua Central-av.l Geo. Warringtou, Buildor, 18 Caual-st. : J. W. Aaher, Builder, 96 FleasAUt-at. l J. 4 T. Jenkins, Klglith-et. ; Merrltt 4 Thompson, Builderi, 517 Cantral-ar. ii W. H. Sneer, Builder, 23 rreeman-st.; W. M. Morgan. Builder, Bank-st. 8. 8. Smith, 90 West 8econd-st. i ii. V. Sholl, 57 Waluut-st. ; . J. 8. Clenear, SS Walmit-st. ; J. H. Story, MUlcreel-. Mills ; Dr. 8. B. Tomllnson, 43 Everett -st. ; Dr. D. B. Wheeler, S5 Sevoutli-st. i ' Dr. John Davis, 328 KIra-st. : J. A. Stacy, J.'i3 Central-av. ; Friiaier & Co., Baymiller aud Freeman ; J. W. Foot, 457 8eventh-st. ; J. W. Wilson, 4.W SeveutU-tt. : D. Blchol, 77 Cliuton-st. ; Asa Wilkfns, 32 Hiithaway-st. : J. O. Flickncr, 23S Main-st. ; John Hunt, 504 Ontrnl-av. i D. W. King, 114 Dlidley-st.i Howe, Park & Co., 23 East Fifth -st. A sample ol our work may ba aeeu at the Eagle Stove Store, 17 Wet Flfth-st., and a full assort ment at our manutuctory, corner ot John and fir-erett-sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. We warrant all work stamped with our name. John-st. cars pass the door. WILLIAMS BROTHERS!. CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY, C0A1-TARD AND OFFICE, No. lOS KU THIRD-STREET. YOCGHIOGHEN Y, WIMFBEDE, aire Hartford City Goals - Delivered at tha lowest market rataa. aar-OrSara eeUdted anal arotnptlr snouted. 1 aaa7-ay W. at. HUBBBLL, Secretary.' Something- Kewl THE EROVAPOR PORTABLE COOK-STOVE I No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat! T discommode tha operator. Tha beat and moat economical Summer arrangement extant. . In prao. VourtCTeet.' "' " " ' M" Ko-11 Mt Oounty'Blghtt for sale. ' Jel-ea HERRON'S SEMINARY. TD,r7SLrSTT-'HJ.R, session op M. Herron s Seminary will commence on MON fZ'aA""lMt b ""J1 hers " quallnod la every department, and every facility for luiuartlua a sound and thorough Christian Education. Primary Department, per session of live mouths M M ai aa Preparatory Department, per sessiuu of 'five miiiillia Collegiate mouths.. Department, per silon'"of "rive . 15 Oft faullihwj Dr. Francis l! 7!,?Ei,INyE:ii,',;.oR.0? new pro. i ' f ""rehy all Bad Teeth are removed aith. nut pain. Also, performs all other Dental operations. SATISFACTION GUABAHTKKD. Office, 137 West Fourth-street. . auai.f Patent Campaign Bosom Pins! Anew article, containing cor. llKCf LIKKKESNlis of the diiflrent nornl" uses for President In ISMI. The Likenesses, of the different Candidates for President ere set In a beautiful Bosom Pin, making a neat article for gents' wear during the coming campaign, ami more desirable thau any thing yet ottered the public. Merchants, Agentt aud Club supplied on the most liberal terms, by W. W. CODWORTH, vi!?i.M.,,",laS,',,"?,r ni Proprietor, 1RH West .A."ii"i" dlnr,"' Campaign Medals, Badges, 4c, supplied on most liberal terms. Ageiits wanted1 throughout the country; auaVamfVw Book and News Paper. WE HAVE ON HANI A FULL 8T0C the regular sines, weights aud vitalities, and can maxe to oroer. on aiim-t I notice, any slue or weight wanted. nixon. ririeriBt.nsiirAona Manufacturers and Wholenale Paper Dealers,! Tt and r Walnut-street. Folio Posts. pounds. NIXON. CIlATrlKl.n i Wnniii amy . ' T and lit Walnut-street. Tailors' Pattern Paper. 10,000 wxji;ri?sDn 7 HiioN.clATrlKl liauiinna T and WeJnut-slreet. ' FLAGS OF ALL SIZES, ; BANNER, TRANSPARENCIES, ' Off every devcrlptioa, made and painted to order. Juat come tuSlifliand Walnut.., , , ' . ' ' MISCELLANEOUS. SPALDING'S PREPARED fA Btltcl) In Time Sates Nine." Economy I Dispatch 1--Sav the Pieoei I f TTri. in irinv house for aJ Btendins Tnrnituia, Toys, Urockeiy,(lasswar, etc. Wholesale Depot, No. itOedar-ttreet, Raw Tork, Address , BEriBY C. Si-AMUKl (J )., . Bo No. ,fl', New York. 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Tlint we hare naccwafd la prodactnf A.eteiirU that will, tract Ira I tr . form a tin, wat-T. wvjtlir and tlmf-pnof Rooflnir, thi exivrleooe of flften yrara haa fnllf demon). trattd. anl wv u inhmH our Rooting to the iDiiction of th Me tnteretedt confidently hellrvlag that, oa eiaiinia, thotr own jiHlatnent will conTiuce them af the correct oera of onr claim. lhf niitUriM.ti of which It la comiKMed comblna eTery re)nialt for a practically lmwMrihble iof, whinh will withfitaud tht euddvn ail frit-nt ehaoget of auy climate without amtaioint injury. v wuiiiti ran mirminn w inp rwiiu ; FiMRT It la lira nd water-proof. 8 r conn -Trom Ita arreal ftlautlcltv It la bhI tn.- JurioiiNly allected br extivnive of htt and c-i l. Third It i adapted to all kiu-ls of rootSa whitsW tocrov flat, and will act rc-iuin fre-iit vat aa la the tmt with Brt-tnla inn other naifa rouam-It will not ma in warn nor crack In com weatper, coal-tar toraiiBf ao aart of tae &uk position. i rrn It la Terr Iftht.aot nviilriBi an atroa er expenaira a atructare to austaia It a atay tthrVt aiuae of rooting. hixTn Kar preearrtn whlntle reofa. one litfM coating will Utt lonr than four coat of piia. Setbntb for prMrri9 aai reaairlag ita roof It la nnoqnaled by anyotlver aaateriat tow In A coating the of Outta-pervha im a tia roof tnal ia leakin aad hmuilr rutftetJ will nitiW frt tiT.t m aoim as apDlitd and areeerTv it fr ainr Ttmr. aiuHTK us coat ta onir aooat oa-a.i tai 01 tin, mnch lean than aainur and. colderine: tti ereat duxabUity. ia amch the capeai rMtkag uv 1 ne. e are rreaared to contract for lew roof lor re pairing aid oa, tvr eoatlnaf tin and oehraira roou. a. moorace arica: aiao. a ananav asiwaitav cvairavion ana onrv. Urureor vma. tan U.-ationa wiAlaaawt with aromaft J. P. CAT, General Acaat for the Comnsnr. S Apo to Buildings. Comer of fifth and Walnut -ata.. aul Cincinnati American Cotton-plant Remedy! TOR THE SPEEDY AND CEHTAIK CUBE .. -or ' REEMATISM, NEUEILGIA, AND GOUT. ! - HE DOE8 NOT CI.AIW THAT THIS Mcdiciue will cure ever disease that tneliii. man system is heir to; but, for those above named, (if the directions are strictly followed,) ha does most positively promise It will. The respectability and standing of the psrtles who nave tried It. (in some cases the parties have been afflicted for twenty years,) and whose certificates can he seen at the drug-storesvhere the medicine is for sale, it is presumed will be a sufficient guarantee that this medicine lt all it It represented to be, and no humbug. The demand for this medicine at the South, where It was first Introduced, in February lust, aud where the good effects aud permanent cures are known, ia so great that It Is almost impossible to fill the orders. The medicine can be obtained . at the following drug-stores : - John 1). l'ark, N. E. cor. Fourth And Walnut : Ceo. M. Dixou, N. K. cor. Fifth and slain; Burdnnll A Bro ,Mo, 1 slain; E. 8. Emerson, 8. E. cor. Broadway and Pearl; 8. D. Hill, 8. Ii. cor. Fifth and Race; Johnston A Foertmeyer, N. E. cor. Sixth and Elm; Sulre, Eckstein A Co., N. W. cor. Fourth and Vine: Kilward Scanian A Co., K. E. cor. Fourth and filmn; John P. Whlto, N. W. cor. Front and Elm: Jus. 8. Glascoe A Co., 8. E. cor. Fourth and Main; Amaldi Vonwyk, V23 Central-av. Brighton. COVINGTON, KT. Dr. R. 8. Rpllman, eor. Fonrth and Scott; D. B. Miller, cor. Sixth andMadiaon. NEWPORT1. KY, D. Trior, car. York and Bellevue. CAWFOKNIA. Charles H. Beare, Sacramento City. null BUILDINGLUMBER. 100,000 KKJ.' '' 3,000 Cedar and Iiocnst Foatt t . 10,(100 Fence Palings; 800,01)0 rt. Pino and Hemlock Joist and Scantl'g: 600,000 ft. Third com. Lumber; ?00, 000 ft. (Second com. Lumbers 00,000 ft. First opm. Lumber; '. 400,000 ft. Clear Lumber; $00,000 Pine Lath; 00,400 Shingles, White and Yellow Pine Flooring, Weather-boards, framing Timlwr and all other kinds of Building Lumber well seasoned, for tale wuleosala and retail, Thos. W. Farrln &. Co. " Yard on Freeman -street, opposite Oaorga. ttreet, Cincinnati, O. aulMf THE EVENING SESSION -or- QUEEN CITY COLLEGE For the ensuing winter will open on tha First Monday in September. BFKIDE8 THE 17 SUA I, COURSE IN Book-keeping, Business Arithmetic and Pen nianshlp, weekly lectures will be given on Detection of Counterfeit fttoney, Commercial Law, Elocution tnd Phonography, by leadiug professors, the whole elng so arranged tbat the student may pursue any ony one or all of the regular branches of a com cial course, as ha prefers. Particulars may be obtained at any hoar In tha day at the College, opposite the Postolllce. aull)-tf C I NCI N NATjJDISTI LLERY I S. N. Pike's Magnolia Whisky, CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' Sa M.iELKJF , CO., 18 AND 90 8YCA. AlOKfi-bf:., solu manufaotnrers of the Celebrated MAGNOLIA WHISKY! anlft-ayl II. P. ELIAS'S NIW WHOLESALE Watch & Jewelry House, 16 West Fourth-street, . WfifHI VAN BE HAD EVERY ARTI. TV Ill k.nnrl.lhlii. Kn.l.. . .. i less price, for c AbH, than has aver before keen offered In this Liarket. UIVE V A CALL And ase fcr yourselves. WlneB and Liquors. KLINOCATAWBA WINEiHTIf.T, ata Wiue : Pure Old Port Wine Pure" Id Wine i Old Bourbon Whisky ; Old French " t-sta Madeira Brandy I Old Holland Oin : Old Jamaica Sum. Delected especially fur medicinal use. Fur sale bf ALBKHT KOeW, Iinwcl.t, ' jrS B. W. our. Central a. and Klgutb.st. Old Castile Soap, OlD CAtrTiLj. 80AP tOW'f) BROWN Wlndsur Boap; Low's Honey Boap; Jenny Lind Soap ; Moss Hose Soap ; Oeraulu Soan: Musk war , iun s nouey miAPi uiauu s ruu Wind or Soap; Ulonn's White Wlnilii nor Soae. sor sala br ALBKItT Bllttt), Ilrnitiilst, jyS r 1 g, W. cor. Oeutral-av. and Klghth-st, BUPPUK8 MAV WA-llt. , tend us 13 douu each, uart, plut and cat, Alsu, Id SS uoseu buttlss of sour "i f Excelsior Fluid Inks. Aad oblige ' W. a. JOH NHTOM 0(5., ' ' ' , . Vhi.leaala Stationers.'.' I BausVy ault US aa S al I MISCELLANEOUS. V. t it BALL'S' PATENT. - ;; HALL, CARROLL & CO., Ko 15 n4 ir Em. tolnmbla-fftreet. TnE MOST PPT.IABT.R FIRE ANl BUltf.LAR PKOiT H A h, Thoy bT gira niorsMtiifaction thm aur other now In uh. oflr tk reward of UNB THOUSAND DOti LARtj to avof perwm that fiAn.uptothspnwent tin., show . slngls) itittino whrio tta hf Ulled to prpnone tholr contents. . With thta 8AFR w cnaVi-nw all com petition, m Mn the hemt tr Proof. Bur a lave Prmrf. or Fir mi uuimiu rrooi uow maue: ftua ttrt idi to teei Proof uow made: fttid trm willinsi to t wlfh ny etablinhment In th Union, nnd the prtT Uliiuir tliftto tkirfm to five othtr the munof $2,oo. Y r ftivparwl to tun into ft better 8ta, nnd mt m tmtt thaa u othr maautavcCuier in Uift United DutN. . s4-;cond!.ifl nfrm of ether tan tert alto on head. IVerMpectfully inrlte the public to call and iuui tb our it ock befute purohaaioa elMwUera. . . HAUL, CARROLL sV CO ' sutl-ay Mos. IS and IT last Columbia-street. Well and Cistern Pump. J. O. Joyoe's Double-acting Lift and Force Pump. Tim Tiytr rosi;itsE qualities thjt sire tt aa aivant;ure over all otnors; 11 always supplM fresh water; It never ftee-ea up in wtuter; It never reuuirea K"u:nt to make It fetch water; It gives all the actalioa necessary to keep the water pore and healthy; It allows the water to return without artlfl.-ljl ai l; One can alwavs be seen inoperatf.-'n. togs: her with an etcellent Uarden Enflne. niade frum the same pnnn, at tha factory, UU Vuta-ai., betow Hiun. iiiw aiiii v.j "i i I J. . n. wilers I torn aiToail wilt meet with pro irompt attea- tloa by addrotstna I. O. JOYCE. aux-u Cmciuuut'i, Ohio, rT?RJcXJ!.A.,!D. AT?frAr,,'''KAM FROM - n i. ivaanisiisDrwu via Queenatown-Brltish aud North American Koyal Mall Company'Ss BcrewBtenmers.AIJSTKALASIAN. ,1"0 tuns. Cant. Hoeklev: K'l'NA ,40(i tuns. Cant. Anderson; JURA, MOO tuns, Capt, Moody ; KKDAB, 2,300 tuns, Capt. Cook : and other magnificent and powerful steamers, will sail from New Tork every alternate Thursday for Liverpool, calling at Qiuenitown, to land passengers and dis. patches. OABIK-BrS, Children nnder 13 yean of age half v1 . : auiauis iree. xne vauin passengers win hava a table amply supplied with fresh provisions of the best quality. All Cabin requisites (with beds, bed ding, towels, Ac.) are provided by the Company. Wines, spirits and malt llimora can be obtained on board at moderate rates, STEKBAOE-Sao. Children under 12 years -of ate half price. Infants 03. The Steerage passengers have to provide themselves with beds, beading and towels; also a knife and fork each, one table-Bpoon, one tea-spoon, one tin plate and one drinking can. They will be allowed provisions of the best Quality as much as they can eat, cooked and served ty tha Company's tervants,and each passenger will be sup plied with three quarts of water dally. Persona wishing to send for their friends can obtain certifi cates ofpassage. From (jork to Hew Tork 930 fcr adults; ohlldren Under 12 years half price; under 1 year 85. From Liverpool to New York $4ff for adults; Children under 12 years half price; under 1 year MS. These Steamers are bnllt of Iron, In water-tight compartments, carry each an experienced surgeon, and every attention la paid to the comfort and ac commodation of passengers. As they proceed direct to Cork, the great risk and delay of calling at -ia Jehu's Is avoided. For passage, apply to OOUDKVif. ABKBLL A ELLIOT. IM DrouJwiir, Now York. Or to our Agent, . WM. B.BABKY A CO., JylO Cincinnati, 0. AlMrNIgTBATOR8 SALEIN P0R. BCANCiil to an ordor of the Probate Court of Hamilton County.to medlrected, I will oifer for tale ontheeth PAY OF BEPIKMBICB, A. D. 1SC0, at three o'elock tn the afternoon, on the premises, the following described real estate, to-wit: The west half of the nortli-west Quarter of section tight in Township seven, aouth of range two east, in he district of lands subjeot to sala at Lima, Ohio, containing eighty acres, situate tn tha county of Herccr and Btate of Ohio, aud being the same prop erty conveyed to Clemens Kramer by Patent of tha United States, dated October 10, 1844, and recorded In vol. 20, page 1U3, of the Becords of the Ueneml Laud Office. Appraised at 900.' ' "' ' Terms of sale: One-third cash oa day of tale and the residue thereof In one and two years thereaaer, with interest from the day of sale, to be secured by mortgage on the premiss. J. fi. L. SOUULTK, . Adinlnlstraterol John H. Schulte, deceased. fjy3l-am ' ',; ; mosely's TUBUI1B WRO10UT-1EON Arch Bridges ! AND CORRUGATED IKON ROOFS, (ARCHED AND FLAT,) i A KB AS CHEAP AS WOOD. AND OUR manufactory la capable of supplying auy da maud. Corrugated Iron Sheets constantly on hand, of all alios, painted and ready for shipment, with full in structions for applying them. ' Leave orders at (Iii Watt Third tt. JeW-ayfaw DIOSEI.T tfe CO. BEHOVED, ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO. Have removed the Salat-room of tha ALLIGATOR COAL COOKING STOVE From No. 333 Fourth, to their new atom, 8. W. CJOItNKH, OV FIFTH AND ELM. N. B. Orders now received at our new FOUNDER Y Corner of Front and Central -av., or at onr MAX-MM OOM8. WEST & WILSON'S Family Sewing Machinel I' FSH COMPtlCATION THAN ANY -anther now in uss. It will stitch, hem. tuck. Bather, make oord aud embroider beautifully. It will work ou all kindnof rubric, from the nnust to the eosrsnet. All kinds of thread can be used from Persous in wunt of a Machine are respeotfully In vited to cull and examine ours before aurchaslna elsewhere. ONLY TU1BTY BOLLAKS. 146 WAliNUTTHKKT, FpUi: doors balow Fourth, east side. Agentt waqted, fJHl at. R. BY BOLT. rvlillinory I iJJ J. W33E?I3t JB.; XB-Oi 3?lftto.-.aatysst. I AM RFCFIVINtD All. T, BT BT. PliKBS, tho vary newest stylos of Bos save. Bit tone, iutaoa AHTiviqial. FLowmis, JaiLUi't Kara, Itusust, Casras, Bloko Lausi, Braiw Taj lupus, BoMMtrv Vaawaaaud atiLLtaaaT Ooout. Wbolaaala and Batail, ' " ', asaM " ' ' MO. 131 rUTU-BTltaaTT. " LAN E It BODLCT) sjurrnrionmaator '- ' '! '''' Wooi.woriin9 machiieei. : i ANDCIti;LAIls1AWeMILIJa.a tt eVW aaas Qii .!. Ma,: taaa-lvl II. CAMPBEIsIj r CO., 1 ANI'fAl'TIJBl'tfr) (IV Bill. .' fff and Jioiler Iron. Plow Bi.hs, liituroatl OvUvim, Atw, aaeuts U r th. saleaf Iroutoa Brar atalia, awina, Ho. 19 aUMaavaaA-aUwrt, Oiaotaaat', li':. STAil klaaa Iraa staata at arau, INSURANCE. - INSURANCE .COMPANY -or- HARTFORD, O 6 N 2V . .-i . - . .. ',', ' ' Branch Office, West Tliird-st., auJS-cnt CINCINNATI. CHOICE ITRST-CLAS3 INSUSANC2. bt im iETXA INSURANCE CO, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Iarorperwtpd 1519,-Chavtar Ferpetnal. Cuh CpIUl Enlarged Half a M llloa ofDolltrel ; ASFT WTlBtlSHEO INCINCIN. x r-Atl la aute-dstint all present local hiMiauw cuuipauiM and aaencies in the Insurance bc'M in thlseity, Thirlr-ttve years' coustaut av.ty her, combined with wealth, eiperlenee,enter- rrise and IIK-raliry, ee.-lally commend the AJten tiw:rauce Oompany to tha fuvoraMe patronuse of this community staudiue solitary and alons, the ao:autTiior snd livtus ptjuaer uf Olnclnnatl under writers of I!. lk lanteai loan ever auetatned by any Insnranos company at one Are In Ohio wia by the iEtns, at Oiillicothe, April, 1 V2.and amounted to 1 1 K,e31 67, until pai i prior to thirty days alter the fire. Losses paid in Cincinnati durius the pait sis: years, t $177,648 78. Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000! Absolute aad unimpaired, with a set turpi a or 1 9014,143 37. An4 ths prestlite of forty-one years' tnccaas andsx- I perience. Investments of Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities ' I FIRM AHD INLAND K ATIOATIOW. . Blskt accepted at terms consistent with aolvancv nd fair profits. Especial attention given to Insur ance of Dwellings and contents for terms of ona to Ave years. Application made to any duly authorized airent f'.v.v.,! t,ciiucu w. uj .,r,i;b aiHiution W a lefflc mate Insurance business, this Company It enabled to oner both Indemnity for the past and security for the future. Policies issued without delay by .1 CARTEH. aV LIND8EY, Aacnta, . . No. SO Matn-street, and No. 171 Vine-street, ' ;! ' 'Atefcipw fell-ay 0. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky. , National Xhsuranoe Company t ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. OFFICE SOUTH-WK8T CORNBB. OS MAIN AND FK0NT-8TBBET8. Marine, Inland Transportation ana Fire Risks. ; . ' TAKER AT CURRENT RATES. , I - i. DiBECTOBS: jonn ouTKoyne, s. a., builtn, Bobert Moore, Wm. Henworth. !... It. Mium. m 1'h.im.. T V WI.A.m.r. Tkn. Sni, U W UUT. J. Ia Host, . Thos! B. lili 8. W. SmltU, Una. iionry nun. H. 0. TJama, Becretarr. . nos-bfm P. A. BPBIOMAN, Bnrveyor. Western Insurance Company ! ., ' OF" CINCINNATI, ' OFFICE IN TUB SECOND STtfRT OF No. Frout-street, between Main and Syca more. Tills Company Is taking Firs, Inland and Marina Blska at current ratea of premium. Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid. ' ' DIBEOX0J4B: - T. F. Bckert, ; T Ball. 8. W. Pomeroy,, Wm. Glenn, ' W. C. hltcher, W. O. Mann," Koht. Mitchell, W. H. Comstock, L. o. K. Htone. BobJ. Bnchanan, O. O. Shaw, , Geo. Stall, ' Wm'Sellew, Bath wvans, ' J. H. TaafTe, S?oteA. . 'a-r . , , Adv eftis e r WILL BEAK IT IN MIND. THE DAILY PRESS -HAi TSk- Largest City Circulationl 3.1-AJLsTJB Y?S . CELEBRATED AND" SUPEBIOB Hermetically Sealed COVE - --AND- '"- SPICED OYSTEBS, -prjiop "v Especially ror Summer Use. THEY ARE EXTRA IN SIZE, AND OF the most exquisite flavor, No expense or labor laved la gettins them up. The object was to get up AN H'XTHA AUTICLM ! Which liae'been tuoeessfully accomplished. GIVE THEM A TRIAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED I ROBERT ORR, Agent, Jel-eodtf Depot No. H West Flfth-ttraet. MOIVXIVI BKMOv 1f t?NJON W?Hi jew. I'A ICLBTand all kinds of Merchandise, at low SS.nOmn.iM0- 1,3 Via-tr.st.WM LEVI EROViflSGOLD PENS! IKVT BWOWTt WAS TITR FIK4T MAN. 4 1)FA(TUHKK ot Golif J'ens Injlie VultJd piiustion i. QKiintiinmieu mr tnu tupunorlty of bis wai-kmanship. Pent tor tale by ' ..... . . f BICU08 HMITH. -- irla-tf , . y ;.f , tf Was, uurtn-tt. irajTOn, abea Metal Eeof nowused,lts uerlu havlua beea iMt, by an sia.ri.noe of years In this city aud vl slnlty. ApplUj toBat or steep, old or new build. -,u.Ux .uioum Mwurety Without aa- aueura to the action of th. elemeuts. "'"" f 1 r m 11. anNii, ouaeq tba irnlted Hutes.can ua dusaty marhanlnal skill. ' tsylS-tf ' ,'' - es suipiueut to any aart of PPUd by any one with or, Oriuire promptly fllhod. , UAliDWULI, A 0(1., ' " , ";' ; West HMoud-.troet. ' ., J333rC3rS tU'-BV&.-X'WXX,, .'a L ' fsntkHHSMt, - o&lXTiu opUwwin RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON Railroads. 070 AFTRR WONPAY, instH 11, f nOJitnlrH will depart as followt:n!'-i"is ' .A.M. KXI"ltK!S-s'rom Oln , . .1 fnl'.M,ml.lt"nn'l B?'onDopot-jfTT5 . jo... Ktchmoud. ludianapoll.," fr.i.- iv. ;,r r, s'lana. sianev- ton 1p pot Aocoiii modatloa for UauuUou . wIZ, , etnttntrt. , 10 A. OT. XPRT!RS-From tftiu MUml 4 Kt CuttnocU Ti Oolumbtu And BeUtr nd Baa wood; Tla Coliitnbiui, BMnir ftnd Pittiburc; ilm Columbufi. Cre.tliuo aad PitUburg. and via Urfaa v Ufl Anil CleTflUnd. , a30 P.M.JKXPR I19 Sr'ro- Cincinnati, . Hamilton aud .Day tun Depot For Dr.yta, Bprinc field. Urban, BeHefontaiua and Kenton; alao 4 Pay ton for Oolurubin; conuacu Tla Uasuilltoa luc Btchmond, IndiaiiftTvoH", and all potnti Wesfc A Dayton Depot For Hamilton aud all Wal titatioul . ooDnectn at Jin mi It on for Oxford. n. . . V m atluU ftir Cilllllliliua. atilnniim t .11 Ml m Ht.tl .a . al-o for Snriug field H H. ft mm -Accotanej. dntion for Xenla, HtrmTiin at Way Btatlont. f fa Jvla r-Arit,-;! 11 ton aud Davtou Depi it DHVton nam Wnm Tm 1ln,iK fil.t..-. -.,pnnn viuciunati. nam Lima. ?nrt Wavne and fhlra.ni I.a r... 'TAl-a., 1 D,tB.d- JSW "-From tltll. MM.. " I"Et !r2.,,.;1Ji C'liictiiiiatJ, Hamilton and D,rt ,a Comll.vCtlTU'''Ji',i',,l and Cleveliind via f wXnvll a1:i,18.n,, p"'"'"r I via )klninbia ' and Benw Jrf- SSa'i'."?,'1?' Jim '"'""bus. H ,lair " ana uenwooa, and via Colnmht,.. u.i.i--rf di..-. HrmlffoAnDaSr, " petrolt and all points In Canada; cennaota via Buiuillou for Kirhniond, Loennsport, Aa ,. 11 P. M. KXlMlKSia-from Little Miami De- . Pit Connects via Columbus.Steubenville aad Plttt. , tint via (Jolnmbn., (Jreslllue and PltUliui'gi via ColtinillU. .nil ClAVAl-n.il PnlnniK... R.l-l-'.n3 ' Beuwood; and via Columbus, Belnlr and Plttsburc. ' BLKKPINO-tlABS ON THIS TBAIM. apply at ths Offices, south-east corner of Front and - r Bicnilway i west side of Vlne-strcot, between tha , Postorllce and the Burnet House: No. ft Kast Thini. stient : Sixth-street I). not. .nil .t t!. r,.i rnu.- Streot Depot. t rains run uy ' oinmiins time, which It seven mln- Us faster than Clnoiunatl time, : . r. n. BtitAliKH, oouernl Ticket A tent. Omnlnusea call for BMM,.r, liv lu,ln-Hlr-.ilia At the Tloket Offices. ansa" COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROADS. BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. rFW,8.,PAJ1J TR AINS FOR TI"a ' -m. nanno, lairo and tit. l-outs atr 4t'A3 A. M aad P. M. Three dallv train, rn. lnlMllt. "rr.i i - .L - OP. M. and 8.3S P. M. . . . . V Incennes Accommodation reaves at 3 F. U- ' . 4 n,ia train Slv.ntll-. ... . ' The trains connect at Mt f-oni. fnr alt ui-fa ' Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Ken. i . auk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Ylckaburs-. Natchea and New Orloan. ' "T" ; One through train on Monday at St3S P. M. ttr v Beturninff. fast Una leava. Kiuit. Ml t.nnJ. u..-.. T xcentcd. at 7 A. M.. arrlvlna at Cincinnati .t . , u.n o tw - " E: Express train leaves St. Louis dally sitTrOt t. M. rlvlna at Cincinnati at i30 A. M. arrlvi For r lurougu ucaets lo all points west and SeartsV e apptf at the offlcea: Walnut-street House, ba- Please applf at the offlcea: Walnut-street House, be. ..... ... ..v. , .unwi uensa. oorner .lb on: North-weat nnrnur rm,i . n . way; Spencer House Office, and at tha Depot, corner Front and Mill -streets, (iniulli gert. .... ...... nail Aw h . - apia 11 i B. FLIRT, " ft' lot President' " . CINCINNATI. RICHMOND & INDIANAPOLIS —AND— Cincinnati and Chicago RAILROADS. GREAT TlTROrGH HOTJTB TO TOU ' ' KORTU-WEST FOR rwumuta IMDIAITAPOLI8. TEKRB HAnTtCi I- '.' ST. LOUIS. LAFAYETTB, CIIICAGOTTOTTif uC " . , Thxmuaib. to IndicvntvpoUa wlkhoMt At SlrhmAnil. With lllnrlnniti .-il OI.Ia.u n. ,1 . rOad. for AnilnrSnn .nit all nnlnl. " I. - Ii . 1 1 . tolne Railroad Line; Kokomo,Lqansport. Paraaaal . all points on the Wabash Valley Railroad. as auuianapoiiB tor -i.erra Haute, atattooa. Pant St. touls andllllnoU Central Railroad? . 'Jf Latayette for Danvllle.Tolono, Decatur, Bprinf-i ' "dNaples, Quiaoy, and Hannibal and St. fosasa. "r; Bailroi At Chicago ror Baoln. Kenosha. Milwaukla. r-a. erosto. 8t. Paul, Prairie da Cuiea. Mock Iaiaai vmw,, Dt. s-aui, rnin, aa uiueu, jsooK trlnn. aasv 'i .The 6 1. H. Train makes dlreot eonnecttoa aft " . Jjoiransport with i Logansport,PeorU and Burllnirtea " T R.1 Iroad, tor Oilman, KlPaao, Peoria. Burlington. " ., SSoi Oalena and DuuleUh,tnajiin ka .', , TWOTT-riTE KILE3 SHOSTiaff I , THAN BT AST OTHItt SOOTI, Zt''e' lOO MILES S1IORTE11 V THAU TIA CHICAGO,, Fare as Low ana Time tn tjalck IT I SS ht anv Atlian Dante 1 ' i' 1: . sat, sail J V.11CA UUIir&I Thlt Is eiclnslvely a Western and rTorth-weatem outs, having as favorable arrangements with eoga. , Bectina Roarta a. i elhar Snnl. ,..ri..ikM-.l - K Reads as any other Houte. Passing throuth ii! Jlvultlvated Msntr. with nnniaMn. ... . -r ft,' a hlghlyultlvated country, with numerous tuwua anrl vlll.-- I. r . ...ii- , T . Ir . ",i" "I""" wi.nn.iiiw, eaauii weiiw t r J. ' r '" oomfort aud Interest thaa aaf . . For Throusl, Tiek.ta nr .... r,,., oouia inr sua a novo name, points. iher infhrtaauoa ba . . TIOKKT OFFICES! .IH lev wa nrit-streei,i.tween Fourth and Flfta-StTSttS, r r ' near Oihaon House; ,t ..,,' north-east corner Front and Broad wayi ! 4 Weidip. betwee. JtnrsuH Hot. at -fog ' W. H. BHIPMAH, Pa-enw aSSS 1PA .afatroionlbuaoa will call for passengers by laarlaa 1 1 t snsur namat at either of the Ticket Unices. - w. a. HaltTU. Agent. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT RAILROAD. SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. TTO CnANGB OF CARS TO fNDTANAfW -vmji,7, h. wmcu piaoa ii iiuiiMirm1' with rjt I roads tor aud from all polnMiW, InthtWeit and North-wi. THKUB PAriKUninnn TRirva LeaTa Olnclnuatl dally frou tU foot of Mill aad fajrui.ti. 40 A. 1W.-OHI0AGO MAIIi.-AitItm at Im. np4l at M):4T A. M.i Chicago at S P. M.7 liI0 A M. Terre Hante and La fa yet to Aoaoaxa. . 0.4 O A. am untie JliJ0 A Terre Hnnte and La fa yet to AoetWi v rt wit-uuitjAuu fc-vri.K.aa--ArrJvt A. a 111 a UIllijAllU 1 V r It 1J A rrl Vsaat unisuiisa iiu.inr. ju.i uincagoat 7:3U A. ml, r bleepiug Ca nara atUobed to all u1ht-trlni oa thii line, and rot through to OU.cago wlthuai cbanKe of can. turlie uru yam ara In tha right tlckt-offloa bafora rou purchuae your tlckot, and atfl. tor tluiata via Lawroncultnrg aud Indianapollf. Vara tha aaiua. and tiiua aihorbr thsan Kw . ... MfKuamv vnwmea tnronarn, i ' T0"U(IH TICKKTS, good unH used, baa be ok, riortn-west corner ot itrojidway aud rront; No. 1 C V. .Trii i . 1 r , " itiuu,-srreet m No.aKast Thlrdtreet. and at Depot Offlos, footal I r "i - ---,ii, ai. mniMwr, wtoxnsnn t ou can ba had, . . uuimuiiw. inu irti .flu iroui earn train, and will i all tor pasMnaera at all hotels, and all parts of tia i i' city, by leavlug address at their ofllce. '' H- 0- LORD, President. . ,t yiuuiDuset run to and from nana train, and wftt t OHIO WHITE SULPflUiiPBTO l ' . ' . i ' Delawara jaunty-, pWd,':.';.'.''' OPM TO .ISITORSSEEKIHQ HEALTH lilt PLEASURE, rnoni svwii TO O0T0SSX1. rjUrUKTS FOSt THB HOirMlB. IR1u.-- m.z,t r a. .r.. ' - 1 1 'ei o'i enr iiiitM m . .ii 1 4i ' 1 ' T.J,lV4VAl.l,WI,I';-", waiiroau, a, vua M 10 A. K. and II tl AuA ' A .i l'fwz Aa.WlUloN,'JaUl-lLJwfiS auti