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.IITNH IV THE DOLL DARLING. THE DOLL DARLING. BY OWEN MEREDITH. These sr d e-recefrrl vetse of yuan Bnlvfer re very ereaiv. of ta hand rede of Brett, dolls and W a-me title, that niv la the hall, of fMhl oa thn nt boot tht " eallghteaed" world. On onld Ion for aa hour suck sweet slnvtletoa h the foot dee-etlt-M. If oa.. feeling for her ever arete bevt ooatMt.-i;D. Faata. 1 Th fe.f ef a-lae-dare' vlale dree. (lk,w over the sofa, fall on fall, 1R Rim sits In the air of her IfrvellnaM, WHb aemile for each ao IVr all... , Bulf of her fnllt tar la the .hade, fVhlch o'ei it the icrero In her soil hsn-l flfnjni Ihrotish the (loom glows her keir la odoroo . trald J la fte art-light ara inukllnl her riafa. As the leata -the slow amlle half thut Bp in her P(n"ll" tles-sr, loBd. silk-soft la.hee h-rneat h i Thro' liar crimson 1ila. etlrrd l her faint replies, Hrtekeoke tliam of bet aearl-white teeth. Ai eke leaee-where four ere bf her beantr soh- Ihooiwfrran coder warm triages of brolder-f abita, The s,la,liie.t of fret sllkon-e,lt-d, protrude for oua m rurnt, thea out ol sight. A I bend o'er her bo m. lo toll her the newi, Ihe taint Ht-ent of her hair, the approach of her cheek. The vagm- rmth of ber breath, all my tenses si-ffti,.. With niati.r ; and I tremble to speak. 80 aha alts is the ciirtaln'd, luxuriant light Lf that room, with ita porcelain, aod plctnres, ar fl.wers, VhMk the dark oay 'a half dene, and the snow ftotte-s white Past the wlLdowa ta feathery ehowera. All wllhcmt la ao eo!d-'nath the low lealen skr ! Down the bald, empty atreet, like a ghrst, the ama arm Btalkefturlf I a dteiaut carriage hums br AIL within la ao bright and so warm. Her warm band, at parting, so strangely thrlll'd mint, That at dinner I scarcely remark what they nay ; Drop tbe Ice in air eoup. spill tht- salt la my wine, lLen go yawn at my favorite play. But she drlrfa after noon ; thea ' the time to be h-..dhr! With her ralr face half hid, like a rips, peeping rose, 'Jieatb that veil, o'er the Telrets and firs which enfold her, Tsntig bf ck with a queenly repose. As she g'j(ir9 up the sunlight, yon'd say Bhe was mail. To loll back in her carriage all div, with a smile; ai uiint. Buiit, 10 11-an in ine made VI soft lauip., and bewoo'd fur a while. Ctu d we find out her heart thro' that relret and lace f Can It beat without mflllngher anotptnoin drMii ? bbo will show us tier shoulder, her bosom, her face; uui wnai me nort s iiae, no must guess. With lire w men and men to be found In the wcr'a Live witli sorrow and sin; lire with pain and with KARNlnn- Vhocouid live with a doll, tho' its locks should be curl it. And its petticoats trimtn'd in the fashion ? "i in so fair. Wenld my bile. If I bit It. draw blood? vt 111 it C15 i 1 nun ; or scon it 1 kiss 7 2s it made, with its beauty, of wax or of wood ? la It woitli while tu aiieas at all this? THE DOLL DARLING. BY OWEN MEREDITH. A London Journal on the Character or Southern Soldiers. The LonJou Daily A'eio has the follow ing in regard to the Southern military genius The fourth consideration is of the quality of theSouthern itrmy. Whatsortof soldiers the Northern men will make we can hardly judge by fucss. It is the boast of the South that the force of the Mexican war was fur nished chiefly by that section : and the as sertion, is ratified by tbe Northern boast that the Free btates supplied a very small force to that atrocious ar, and that that contingent consisted mainly of the adven turer class, who are always sent away to a distance with great alacrity. Except in the (Seminole War in Florida, tho Northern men have hardly appeared in the field at all, and there U;ey contrasted most favorably wilh the Southern troops. They little knew what they went for. They were unaware that the object of the so-called war was the enpture of escaped slaves, together with the children of negro women who had mated with Indians, on the Southern plea that the children follow the fortunes of the mother. When the truth came out the heartburning jn the jsortli was sore enough to account. with other like provocations, for the pres ent conflict Parents and all society Biourned the young men slaughtered by In dians in the swamps in such s oause. J3ut the troops made themselves a reputation for Binrit and discipline which has never been mulled by southern soldiery. i hen we hear or tbe military genius ot the South, we naturally turn to what we know. VN'e know something of the Mexican lVar, of w hich they make their boast. We know what a miserable enemy they had there ; and we know what a miserable hand they made of several of the enterprises of the campaign. There is testimony enough to prevent its ever being forgotten that the commanders were at their wits' end to get their troops out and home again, and what to do with them while abroad. In the ub Bence of discipline on the one hand, and of due legal authority on the other, offenses were constantly occurring which there were no proper means of dealing with ; and punishments were inflicted which disgusted every foreigner in the force (and there were many immigrants from Europe). Sol diers were tied neck and knees together, nnd set dowu by the roadside, to be mocked at by the troops marching past. Whatever could breuk a man's spirit or torture his passions was inveutcd to supply the defi ciency of authority ; and the troops grew wilder every day. When ordered to pursue the enemy they piled their arms and went to pluy. W hen appointed to any service, ns a part of a scheme, they announced that they were going homo; and the com Bianders cuised the very name of volun teers. The practical question now is v heiher that boasted Southern army and the present are at all of the same quality. All that we can know is that that army nmst be composed of certain elements. The slaveholders are a mere handful of men; and of them we know that very few are likely to fight their Northern kindred and customers with uny relish. The non g'.aveholders are the largest element ; and they showed their quality in Mexico and Ki.nsna. The better part in the Kansas ense went over to Northern views as soon as they learned what they were ; aud the worst portiun were a mere banditti. The free blacks will hardly be sent North. It is announced that the Indians of three tribes have offered their eervioes to the Confederacy; but they will be employed near home, no doubt, if at all. It is im possible to foresee what the campaign will lie like, in circumstances so singular; but we may remember, while awaiting news. that the military reputation of the South, such as it is, has been gained in fields where there was no honor lo win ; and that the Southern vauut la of the bravery, and cot of the discipline, of the so-called chiv airy. A Once Famous Beauty — Her " Eccentricities" I Ao Eastern editor observes: Lady Blessiogton is better known In this country than almost any other woman of title in the old country. She died, at Paris, at tbe somewhat mature age of sixty-two, iet is generally supposed, by those who only cow her by description, to have bees then, and always, in tbe bloom of youth ana Vauty. The last,, time we saw her was in one of the boxes of lier Majesty's Theater, in London, wben Jennie Lind was playing " Arnioa," in La Sonnambulu. A. country cousin, who was with us, asked: "who is that stout, highly-rouged, and over-dressed old lady T" As there were very many in the house to whom th:s too-truthful descrip tion was applicable, we were unable to rp!y. But our fair inquirer spotted her by sttding : "There I next the pillar. That fat old dowager with thai enormous turbin, and, it is odd, bridf fit fiat lace, just like whiskers, banging dowa by the side of her vibrating cheeks. The saucy young lady paused for a reply, like "brutua5' ia the play, and was very Jkuoh astonished wbea she learned that the object of ber curiosity was Lady Blessing, ton I bb bad lived, like other people, ia the j elusion that the CoubUM of Biaasiogton ill loveliest of her sex, and saw a fat, taiatd. tur based old woman. For nearly tweaty years Lady Bleseingtok Was a noticeable woman in London life, alee all ranks in aoclety, provided they had talent aad popularity, were to be met with In ber honse : their wives, daughters, sisters, did not visit ber, because she entered fash ionable life with a doubtful character, which did not Improve as she grew older. Her luale visituis corresponded freely with her, and the was fond of writing to theto fancy ing, because aha wrote well-turned aealenoea, lht eke III second Madame 1 Bovlgue, Anecdote of the Late Dr. Murray. A writer i tire New York (.rr'T.jre atei th following of the late Pr. Murray, , "Kirwan :" , , Pr. Murray pursued Mi Collegiate course at Wllllanistown, during the presidency of that acute and accompnsneu ontio, hot. Dr. Griffin. In his fourth year he WM brought Into more immediate 000 1 act wilh ho venerable President, whose dutj was to examine and Criticise tbe written exer cises of the graduating class. Dr. Murray, Wben a young man, and even down to the day of his last illness, wrote a free, round and beautiful hand and his exercise at this time, which was to undergo the Scrutiny of his venerable preceptor, had been prepared with uncommon neatness and accuracy. Dr. Griffin was acoustotned to use a quill pen, nun a very Droau nio. Introduced into ins august presenoe, young Murray, with becoming diffidence, presented his elegantly written -piece ior the ordeal. The discerning eye of the President passed quickly over the first sentence, and wilh a benignant look, he turned to his pupil, and said in his peculiar way: "Murray what do you moan by this first sentence ?" Murray answered blushiugly, ''I mean so nnd so, sir." "Then say so, Murray," and at the same time drew l"s heo,yv ?J.n through line after line, striking out about one-third of it. Having carefully read the next sentence, the venerable criiio inquired: "Murray what do you mean by this?" He tremblingly replied, "Doctor, I mean so nnd so." "Please just to say so," again striking out one half of the beautifully written page. in this way, with broad nib, which made no mean mark, he proceeded to de face the nice clean paper of the young col legian, bo that at the close of the exercises, the erasures nearly equaled all that re mained of the carefully-prepared manu script. fliis trying scene was not lost upon young Murray. He considered it one of the important events of his college course. It taught him to think and write concisely; and when he had any thing to say, to say it in a simple, direct and intelligent man ner. Indeed, much that distinguiihed him as one of our most vigorous and pointed writers, mny be attributed to that early lesson, "Say so, Murray." Materials in their Invisible State. If a piece of silver be put into nitrio acid a clear arrd colorless liquid, it is rapidly dissolved and vanishes from the sight. The solut ion of silver may be mixed with water, and to appearance no effect whatever rs produced. Thus, in a pail of wateT we may dissolve and render invisi- ble more than ten pounds worth of silver, lead and iron; but every other metal can be treated in the same way, with similar results. When charcoal is burned, when candles are burned, when paper is burned, these substances all disappear and become invisible. Matter which, in one condition, is perfectly opaque, and will not admit the least ray of light to pass through it, will, in another form, become quite transparent. The cause of this wonderful effect of the condition of matter is utterly incxplain able. Philosophers do no' even broach theories upon the subject, much less do they eu deavor to explain it. The substances dis solved in water or burned in the air are not, however, destroyed or lost By certain well-known means they cau be recovered, and again be rendered visible ; some ex actly in the same state as they were before their invisibility ; others, though not in the same state, can be shown in their element ary condition ; and thus it can be proved that, having once existed, it never ceases to exist, although it can change its condi tion like the caterpillar, which becomes a chrysalis, and then a gorjjeous butterfly. If a pailful of Bolutiou 6T silver be cast into the stream, it is apparently lost by its dispersion In the water; but it nevertheless continues to exist. So, when a bushel of charcoal is burned in a stove, it disappears, in consequence of the gas produced being mixed with the vast atmosphcro ; but yet the charcoal is still in the air. On the brightest and sunniest day, when every object can be distinctly seen above the horizon, hundreds of tuns ot charcoal, in an invisible condition, pervade the air. Class is a beautiful illustration of the transparency of a compound, which, iu truth, is nothing but a mixture of the rust of three metals. This power of matter to change its conditions from solid opacity to limpid transparency, causes some rather puzzling phenomena. Substances increase in weight without any apparent cause ; ior instance, a plant goes on increasing in weight a hundred fold for every atom that is missing from the earth in which it is growing. Aow, the simple explanation 01 tbis is, that leaves of plants have the power of withdrawing the invisible char coal from the atmosphere, nnd restoring it to its visible slate, in some shape or oilier. The lungs of animals and a smokeless furnace change matter from its visible to invisible state. The gills of fishes aud the leaves of plants reverse this operation, rendering invisible or gaseous matter visi ble. Hi us the balance in nature is main tained, although the continual change has been going on long prior to the creation of the "extinct aniinuis., SiNGi'lAB Experiment. Take a round piece of pasteboard and insert it in a quill open at both ends, and lay this on an other piece of pasteboard of the same shape, in which is stuck a pin, so that the pin will enter the num. Blow turougn the quill as hard as you may, but the lower piece can not be blown on. A common spool, such as is used for sew ing cotton, forms a suitable apparatus for trying this wonderful experimeut. Take a bit of smooth writing paper a little larger than the head of the spool, and run a pin through the paper and into the bore of the Bpool. Now, by blowing down it will be found impossible to blew the paper off. By observing closely, it will be seen that the paper does not quite touch the head of the spool. It is, ol course, necessary to hold the paper up with the hand until you begin to blow, The explanation is this: When currents of air are established, radiating from the central tube horizontally between the disk and the paper, tne greater area 01 uie disc as compared with that o'f the tube causes the air above the paper to be rarified, when the pressure of the air below, not being counterbalanced, holds the paper up. The pin acts as an anchor to prevent the paper from being blown away horizontally. Nature and Art. Henry Ward Beecher has this illustraton: 1 have seen exposed a jeweler s window presents which were given by princes to their favorites; neck laces glittering with exquisite pearls; wristlets glowing with the strange spooling fires of the opal, surrounded by diamonds as sentinel witnesses of its splendor; rings in great profusion; various ornaments the hair; and nameless other articles of toilet; which were registered with incredi ble value. But, after all, the poorest man that walks in the sunlight, is a casket carrying jew els of more variety and more value, million times over, than the most princely casket ever contained, or than regal mu nificence ever squandered on a worthless favorite. Call men mere animals, look them simply ai beast, and there U not nan living who doea not carry in nun that -which is more wonderful than anything that mortals ever produced. The human frame, all its economies, its many relations to health and activity and usefulness; these, though not as important as man s soul, iti connections with moral laws and duties, nevertheless not unimportant, ought not be thought of lightly, and con not belet in any true self-examination." Isdiasa School Statistic. The number of children in. tbe State is reported by Superintendent -of Public InsUaction, 612,672; school revenue for approtionment collected in counties $555,666 83.' ' apieuat aUlribnWd 563,677 70. ' i Monetary and Commercial. Plaawelal Affaire. No change worthy of note was perceptible yesterday in Financial circles, where the dull ess that hatt characterised the week con tinned uninterrupted. Money was quite easy, and Currency was more abundant at the close than at the beginning of the week, and in excess of the legitimate requirements of trade. Very little Paper was offered at the Discount houses, Who were glad to take all the undoubted Paper1 at 1012 per cent. For Eastern Exchaoge there was but a mod erate demand at )4 prem , though one or two dealers drew In round lots at 40o. Bal timore was in good request at par prem , the bnying rate being KK dig. Gold was inactive at M prem.; tome Bank ers being willing to sell large sums at 40c, The Fanners' Bank and Northern Bank of Kentucky went at 1, and the other Banks at 2 discount. Other Cncnrrent Money was quoted as follows : New Orleans, 35; North Carolina, 60 j Pennsylvania (interior). 35; Virginia (Wheeling City), 1015; Wheeling Branches. 15; other solvent Virginia 40(5)25; Mis souri, 15; Iowa, 35; Wisconsin (solvent) 1D20; Wisconsin (discredited). 6570; Illi nois (solvent 40 ; Illinois (discredited 60(570; Maryland (interior), 6: Tennessee (old Banks), )520; Tennessee (free Banks), 2C25; Michigan and Canada, 3; Alabama, 50; South Carolina and Georgia, 50 discount. Our rates of Exchange and Gold were as follows : Ituytng. Mew Tork Fight., peria' prem. Phlladelnhia.....Ban!4 Brent. HfoH pretn. ft(mj pretn. :tni0' prem. nar.'4 prem. BoMton par(iii'4 prem. Baltimore........ .... MIS. dis. Mew Orlcaos American Gold.. H prem 40c.ti prem. There was no new feature yesterday In Flour, the demand being extremely light and the sales small. There was no request for superfine, which was freely offered at $4 25. Whisky was unchanged, with sales of 150 brls. ody at 1313c. There was no demand for Provisions, which were nominal, with more disposition on the part of holders to sell. No alteration of note oc curred in Groceries. Coffee was in good demand, and Sugar firm. Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats and Barley were all dull. The Imports and Exports of various arti cles during the twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon were as follows: Imports Butter, 64 kegs; Corn, 1,050 bushels; Coffee, 348 bags; Flour, 1,133 bar rels; Hogs, 250 head; Lard, 2 barrels aud 2 kegs; Molasses, 6 banels; Malt, 65 bushels; Oats, 1.650 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 23 bar rels, 4 boxes, and 3,405 pounds; Potatoes, 496 barrels ; Rye, 333 bushels : Salt, 83 bushels ; TJ l. 1 Qlfi V,,IDl,bla. Wk.alrw 01 K..N.I. rpotj'.-Barley, 428 bushels ; Butter, 101 Candles, 13 boxes" Cheese, 54 boxe3; Coffee, 429 bags; Flour, 1,526 barrels; Mo lasEes, 72 barrels; Malt, 200 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 54 hogsheads, 15 tierces, 33 bar rels, 18 boxes, and 1,887 pounds; Potatoes, 278 barrels; Sugar, 90 hogsheads; Salt, 172 barrels; Wheat, 1,114 bushels; Whisky, 1,465 barrels. Yesterday's Louisville papers say: There has been no change whatever in the Money market since our lat, save in the matter ot Tennessee Currency, which we quote at 15 per cent, discount, an advance of B per cent, on tne former rates, nastern Exchange is plentiful at i per cent, prem ium selling, and 1 per cent, baying. New Orleans Exchange is nominal at par selling, and 1 per cent, discount buying. Friday's Tribune observes in regard to Thursdav's New York Stock market There was no marked activity at tbe Stock Board this morning. Prices were irregular, but generally had a downward tendency. The news from Europe was considered satis factory, but there is so little vitality in the market that it is aimcuit to engineer any advance. In isolated cases the scarcity of cash Stock gives the Bulls a temporary ad vantage, but there are none of the usual clique movements for a continued rise. There is still no support to tbe market from the public, the action coming entirely from the changing tactics of the street operators. There were no important changes in the Share market. In the Bonds of tbe border States the business was to the extent of $136,000, the quotations having an upward tendency. The Improvement, however, was not marked excepting in Georgias, which sold at 59. between the Hoards tne mantel was steady, but without activity, excepting inrewiork (Jentral, which, under a tem porary demand for certificates, went to 73s. At the Second Board tne business was ex tremely light, but quotations were well sus taincd. Central was offered freely on sellers' ontion. and declined to 73 regular. In State Bonds the market was steady at morning nnces. excepting the Ueorgias, which de clined 1 per cent. In Tennessees there was an improvement of 14 per cent. In Govern ment Bonds there has been very little done 10 day, and the market is steady, 'mere is a fair investment demand tor these securities, and Ihe pressure of them on the market ap pears to be partially relieved, la the street, alter the Hoard, there was very little done and no change. Fiidaj's Timet speaks of Thursday's New York Monetary market as follows: The market for Exchange on England, for Saturday's mail, is about tbe same as for the packet ot Wednesday. To make any con siderable sales of Banks and Bankers' Bills, 105Vi(ai055. is accepted, while the whole range of quotation is 105105 per cent. Merchant Wins are done at ludtaiiui per cent. In Money affairs we bear of no move ment of importance. Demand Loans are made at 68 per cent, per annnm, and some 30 to 60 days Paper made by the leading rjanKers, ior toe purcnase 01 ,xcuttugo lo placed readily at 6 per cent. The Maine underwriters have reversed their determination of last week in regard to the War risk, and are again inserting the War clause in consideration of the extra premium of only 1 per cent. The last accounts from Europe remove all previous sus Eicion of tbe encouragement 01 privateering y the English Government. Friday's Tribune says of the New York Dry Goods market : Tbe same prostration of trade in tbe gen eral Dry Goods department exists which we nava uitueruj reported, suu uu vuuuurogiug feature presents itself, except tbe continu ance of the export orders for heavy Cotton. This is quite important, in tne aosence 01 the usual home demand, and will reduce accumulations which would otherwise be apparent. Therefore heavy Sheetings and Drills are held witn great nrmness, and iew weak holders are offering. The same may be said of Printing Cloths and standard b eached Goods, the holders ot wnieu are cot anxious sellers, in view of the limited nroduction and the increased cost 01 tne raw material. The shipments to China alone duriDg the past two weeks have been large equal to a uauy prouueuoa vi uvc uua dred packages, and the clearances, as re ported by the iusiom-oouse taoies, to tne British Provinces and the South American narket have been satisfactory. Dally Produce Market. in Satcbday Eviminq, June 15, for the ten at a and to go the at The . FLOUR We have no new feature to notice; the demand is extremely light, and tbe sales small. There Is no inquiry for superfine, which is offered freely at $4 2534 30: the low grades of extra which can be bought $4 404 50: the sales are confined to barrels, at $4 60 for good extra, and $4 805 for family brands. WHISKY No change: sales or 150 bar. rels at l.'-Wojl.'SVJc., the Tatter rate for wagon. PROVISIONS Prices remain nominal; there is no demand, and more disposition sell. Mess Pork $14 50(3114 75; bulk 4(a,(e, and Bacon 67c. Lard is offered 6Kc . GROCERIES A good demand for Coffee, with sales of 450 bags at )4c. for prime Bio, and )4o. for Laguayra; holders asked higher at the close. Sugar firm, at tXgTAo. Idoiasses 312 32c. WHEAT The market continue dull, we have no change to report in prices. quote prime red at 90(gitt3c; choice red 95c ; prime whit at $1 ltXl 12, and choice white at $1 15: sale 200 bushels prime at 93 , delivered; 400 bushel fair red while at 6Se. luO bushels good red at 05e delivered; 200 bushel fair whit at $1 delivered; 800 bushel prime white $1 13H, delivered, and 100 bushels fair at 86c. CORK The demand 1 limited and market dull: sale l,bo baahel . at lower depot, at 8o. ...... OATj There is no change in tbe market; 24c. in bulk i the outside rata offered buyers; 1,100 buaheU choice Wheeling Oa old at 27c, to arrive . t 4 ll YE The demand Is moderate at 43c. for prime, on arlval. BARLEY There -Is nothing doing, and prices remain nominal. " HAY Prime Timothy sells slowly at $9 J" 10 per tun, In bales, oa arrival. Inferior qualities are unsalable. , 1 CHEESE The demand Is limited and local, at 5c. for new. and 67c. for old, the outside rate for English Dairy. BUTTER The market is very dull, and prlcis are to a great extent nominal: small parrels of prime and choice are selling at 61W. rrjy Telegrap j.l New Yerk Market. Nfw York, June 15 P. M. The Cotton market continues firm, with a fair demand : es'rs of 2,000 bales at 14c. for middling. The Flour market still continues heavy and unsettled ; prices in some instances have de. clined 6(d)10o. per brl. : sales of 12,600. h?), at $4 60C44 65 for superfine Sta,te) $4 75,7b 4 85 for extra State ; $4 604 6 for goper. fine Western ; f4 655 fo- common to me dium extra W estern . s 2(X5 40 for shin. ping brands 04 'Mtra round hoop Ohio, and lt 5C7fo trade brands da; market closing 1'03V and declining. Canadian Flour dull and common grades lower: sales of 700 brls, nt $4 757 50 for inferior to choice extra. Ilye Flour selling slowly at $34. Corn meal dull, and prices tond downward1. Whisky Market without important change and demand moderate: sales of 450 brls. at luji(g)i6?ic. Yi beat Market rules quite firm, but owing to the non arrival of tbe tow the supply is quite limited : sales of 15,400 bush. Chicago Spring at 90o.$l 10; 16,400 bush. North western club at 91c.$l 10; 48,000 bush, common to fair Milwaukie club at $1 03M) 12. Kye scarce and firmer: sales 1,000 hush, at 68c. Barley dull at 5562c. for 1,000 bush, amber. Barley Malt sold at 74c. Corn firm, with limited receipts and a fair demand : sales of 51,000 bush, at 3744c. for inferior to good sound new mixed Western ; 5051c. for prime and choice Western yel low; 4748c. for prime soundyellow; 66K 67c. lor new yenow ooutnern. uais ouu and lower: sales at 2831c for Jersey, 2932c. for Western and Canadian and 3232c. for State. Coffee Very firm at the advance: sales of 600 mats Java at 16?i17c ; 200 bags Government Java at ITA; 300 bags La guayra at 1414c ; 150 bags Maracnibo at 14c., and 1,200 bags Rio at ll)414c. Sugar Market very strong and active: sales 1,257 hhds. Cuba at 4M5c; 68 hhds. damaged Cuba at 3c., and 100 boxes Havana at 4c. Pork very dull, and. prices still rule in favor of purchasers : sales 225 bar rels at (15 5015 75, latter an extreme price, and $10 5010 75 for prime. Beef market dult and nominal at $44 50 for country piime; $5 506for country mess; $8 10 repacked mess; $1112 for extra mess. Prime mess Beef quiet and nnchanged. Beef hams dull at previous quotations. Cut Meats inactive: sales 50 packages at D5Mo. for Shoulders; 66Kc. for Hams, including a small lot of very choice at 7c Bacon quiet and unchanged. Lard con tinues dull: sales of 220 barrels at 8,9H'c. Butter is in moderate demand at 8Uc. for Ohio, and 815c. for State. 'Cheese steady. Exr-EttiMKNT in Growing Cotton at Phila delphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer de scribes the experiments of H. Barton Jenks, of that city, in the cultivation of cotton. On the 23d of March last two thousand five bundled pots (three-inch earthen flower pots) were prepared and filled with a com post consisting of three parte ot vegetable mould and one part of woodland leaf msuld. Three cotton seeds were then placed in each pot, in the ordinary method ot potting. On the 26th of the month they were ranged in steps in a hot- house, and subjected to a mean temperature of probably seventy-five de grees. The first evidences of germination appeared on tbe 31st of tbe month, since which time tbe progress has, in every respect, been highly satisfactory. On Saturday, the 11th of May, a second E lanting took place, and some of the stems ave already reached a hight of three inches, whi:e the leaves are round and thriving. An acre of open ground will be ploughed and the seedlings transplanted, under the careful supervision of Mr Jenks's chief gradener, Mr. McHale, who has taken an abiding interest in the novel enterprise. The experiment of Mr. Jenks (we can scarcely call it an experiment now, after what has been accomplished,) has demon strated that we can, in all probability, raise our own cotton, as tbe investigations ot lot. eiing and others have shown that we can grow our own sugar, even in the temperate latitude ot Pennsylvania. Surely such a demonstration ehould at least awaken the at tention of our agricultural societies. SOLDIEBS THAT LlVK OS WHISKY. The Louisville (Ky.) Courier speaking of the scarcity of leather among the rebels, says: If the Federal Government ever extends itself to Arkansas, they will find the rebels down there ready enough to fight without leather. They don't know leather, but wear buckskin shu ts and trowsors and moccasins, can knock the eye out of an Abolitionist at two hundred yards every shot. They never wound an enemy that is barbarous but kill him outright. Arkansas hunters they are nil hunters tnins noming 01 going twenty-four hours without a mouthful of food, and can tland- a two dayi tramp with only a gooa artnle of wmtKy. "Strong" Coffbi fob Soldiers. The coffee furnished a nortion of the Peansvl vania troops, is what is called "hidey" coffee. It is coffee which is brought from South America in vessels in which bides are car ried. The stench from these hides is often times very powerful, particularly when the hides aie not we'll dried. Tbis stench or smell, unpleasant and unwholesome as it is. impregnates the coffee so thoroughly that it can never be removed. When coffee thus impregnated is roasted, the offensive smell is nverriowerincr. It is only sold in such places as tbe Five Points. - The Pennsylvanians ought to make the State Administration drink it "during tne war. Postoffice Bulletin. TIME OF OPENING AND CLOSING MAILS. For Delivery. SlaiU Bent and Received Twice a imv- i (New York, Philad , Pitta-) 2 burg, BufTato, Cleveland A I Columbna. 1 A. 11 S 12.31 Chicago, Detroit and Toledo. in V Bl IjOiiib ana v inceunee. 7. El)1 0 7.30 3 Indianapolif. I Louisville. Ky.t via B. B , I to Cvanavllla. i f .8ii'12.SO Hamilton and lurton. T.Sl'ilZ.Sn'XeLia and Hpringfleld. 7.80 IJ.3o!f LexingUo aud Parla, and! ay. uemrai aatiroaa. I 7.80 Newport and Covlnetou. Ttaltimoro, WiwIiloKtou," X wii Ueoling, Boaton. Albany, aad Canada. (Portsmouth, Cbilllcothi, 1 Uariotta, Olrclevills, WU ( mlngton, &o. Dulinqna and Iowa. ( ew orleaua, lialro, mem 1 puis Nashville aud Toxaa. lllllalioro. tticbmoud.ConneraviUeand 1 Katun. Mrlllctia K Gent. B. B. 12.50 ! 1. so 7. HO All HivorToffnaviA HUmmboat. 12.30! ( Williauiauurg. liatavia and 1 I il . rt"j:riiia. 7.50 J Larjette. Torre Huuta and 1 I Vlnoennea. I California, overland daily. i California, via Steamer, onV tbe Sill, 17th aud Ifolli of the V month. ) alii for Ocean Hteaouri dally. 1 at 300 to do, at Regular dealm tn oewapapera and periodical! to ,uv Miuim ! ilm mu-kMsa on newMoaoera aud Deri odirala at tbe aama rate aa it paid quarterly or year.y in advance. llnni, n?rai-(NtM, lithoffrapliM ar phoioffraphio printe, on roller! or in ftaper covers; book, bound or unbound; t,aoruAu paper and lelUr envelop tnpaclcaoet not exceeding in any oaeeour pound, one oenian onnoa or fraction of an ounce lo anu place in the United Scatet utvler Jifieen hundred milet and at tteo oent on ounce or fraction of an ounce aver fifteen hundred inUet, previa tit jtoetaye- ttaitip. . .... game ratea on carda, either blank or printed, and blaolu In packaeea weighing at lout eight ounoee, a A wx'a and cuttlnga la pao tagoa uo( atceedlug lght ouocoa'7 . , Ten otnta chargeable an each alngla latter trim Boinlain the United Statue Eaat ol the B"cj Moan tina to any State or Territory on the Pacinc, aud freiu Uie I'acinc to polnte east of the stock. Atoua Ulna lu the Uuitod Btatea. Atli DB0P-J.STTIR8 MUST B PBIPAIDBI $. POSIAOI BTAMP8. . but We at red and 05, at red Prepayment, by stampa. required on all lettera to atacee within the Culled Blatea. , , . VfltlAO Or. iwi ,! WJK.,'. . rti ... . . - (ifice, and the partu addrfd will aol be aoltiad, Of Kpay'ment, by atamea, required oa all tranalent printed matter, loreigu aud doweatio. totun to le logiaureu, euoulil he broegbt to the Offloe by o P. II . . I .itr. r..r nt Brittle.. Prnaefa. Bremen or Canada, niai be reglawred oa Ihe payinaul of S txyts in addition t the aoaUga. By icaertlug tbe eounfy In which tbe omce la- catea, upon all lettera, many errora lu auiH.-racrlp-tien might be detected, aud mlatakea la Dialling be onctofiea front Vlfi A. M. 4014 P M. the the Cincinnati. J una , hnjl. . . by .t 4 TBI WEIKlTrTIrW MWk tIY, umieluuta Uie kewe ot tl.e Wl, both poieig aad Looal, aud a Telea-repbtc Buuiwary at jtv.uia elrnwhare, up to the hour el golug to prou- wf aale at tua UvuuIim-(wm. frlye J oeatg, Church Directory. BAPTIST. Fir I Bapttat Obmrh, north Me fitrt, nntwaoa Monrd aiid (Jitttorj aervlr-n mora lug aad evealiigt Star. NathaniPl (lotrcr, Pastor. Htph-itrm-t Bnptlat Church, aaft of City Water work; etrrice miralngang evening; Bev. Ji Emery, Poi'tfr. Mount Anbitra H apt let Ohnreti, Bev. N. Shappard, Pouter Ninth rtraat BaMlet Obirri-h, smith atde of Wtnth, between Vine and Hanoi arTrloe morning and area, lrg; Ray R. T. Rohinaon, Pa. lor. Frcpwan-BtriH-i ltaptiai (Jhurch, freemaa, aear foot of Kifth-alroet; lervicoa niorniug aud evening; Tutor. Wflnh Barliat t'.hurch, north aide Harrilon; aery. Iff mnrniiig and eTpning; Pev. DaTll, Pantor. Bnkcr-ntiePt Baptist Church (oloredl, aouth atda Burnet, botwren IValnut and Vine'; aervtce moruiog at'd evening; Kpv. Ilt-nry Himpsoa, Paator. Third it rent Bnptiot Church (colored), aouth atda Third, between Race and Rim; aerrioe morning and etenlng; Kev. Wallace 8heit n, Paitor. CHRISTIAN. Flrat Chriatian Ohnroh, Iongworth, between Central-avenue and John; aervloe morning and eveaiug Kldot V. A Home. Palter. CONGREGATIONAL. FlratOrthodn Congregational Ohnroh, north aide (ti-venth, between Central-avenue and John: Itev. Hi-Dir H. Storri, Faator; aerrlce morning and even, li g. Meonnri Orthodo Oongregattonnl chnrch, eaat aide Vine, between iiuhth and Ninth; Kev. Charlea B. Bornton, Pastor; aervtce morning and evening. Welsh Congiouational Church, west aide Law rence, betweeu Third and Fourth, Rev. Thornai ltd warda, f abtor; parvice morning and evening. - DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. Christian Church, south weat cornor Walnut and Iglghth: service morning, afternoon and evening, t.hiistian Church, Sixth, between Smith and uouialder J. At Heniy. Pastor: aerTice morning. afternoon and evening. Chrj.tlna l norm, tietween i. r. id ana n. rni- tori; Alder Maishall, Paator; eervice morning. Iti rncon and evening. Christian l nurrn (coiorom. norm sine Harrison: Slder Kufae Conrad, Fastor; service morning, after noon and evening union mission unnrcn. norm sine mntn. netweea Biivmlller and Freeman: Kev. T. J. fteli.h. Pastor: service morning at eleven o'clook, and afternoon at finr o'clock. FRIENDS. Ural FrlcncsWrtbodo). Fifth, between Central- nvenne and Jobn; eervioes mornings of the first and fifth days. First r nenns (UicRsitei. r inn. netween uontral- avenue and Jobn; aervlcea mornings of the first and fifth dne. GERMAN EVANGELICAL UNION. Herman united Evansellcal Chnrch. oorner Bre men and Fifteenth; Bev. JBrust Boos, Pastor; service ten A. M. uerman tmttea Evanffcura unnron. eaat aide Ktm. etween Twelfth and Thirteenth 1 Kev. Maurice Baachig, Paator; service ten A. M. uerman unitea evangelical ennrcn. north aide Sialh. between Walnut and Vine: Bev. Auguitua nr.ell. rastor: service ten A. M. feiiiiu unci jw.iiKeiii;iti v.11 111 uu.i;ui unr Afiir teenth and Walnut; Kev. Nicholas Boflsoummer, rasior; service ten a. na. tlermnn United Kvangellcal Ubnrcu. corner naca an f Hteenth; Key. u. VI. Biaenlohr, Paator; eervice GERMAN REFORMED. First German Reformed Church, north-west oor. ner him and Fifteenth; Hermann Rust, Pastor; aerv. ice morning ana evening. Second uerman ifeiormea unurcn. soutn aide or Findlay, west of Baymiller; Bov. Samuel Mease, Pastor. third German rferrmed cnatch. Franklin and Bycamore; hev. C. Saure, PaHlor; aervioea morning and evening JEWISH SYNAGOGUES. Holv Ccngreiation. Children of Israel : tonth-eant corner sixth and Broadway; Kev. lr. Lilienthal, Itnnni; juiias jreirerg, rarnaa. Holv Oonaregation. Children of Jeshlirnn: Lodze. bniwein Filth and Sixth; Bov. l)r. Isaao AI. Wise, Hal. 1I; Kinil llli.rK, rarnaa. Holy Cnngregation of Brothers In Love, Race, be tween Fifteenth and Liberty: Sampson Rosenthal!. Parnas. l'nl fch Concregntlon or the K K. Adat. Iiraal. comer of Walnut and Seventh; Jacob J. SaniueU, fames Hiearith Israel. Lodge, between sixth and bev entb; B. Aluskevvett, Babbi; Parnas. LUTHERAN. KngliBh Evangelical Lutheran Chnrch. east aide 01m. between ninth and Court'. Bov. William H. Harrison, Paator; aervloe morning and evening. German Fivaneelical Lutheran Church, eant aide of Baoe, between Fifteenth aud Liberty; Ber. F. fiirg, Pastor; service morning and arternoon. German Evangelical Lutheran Church, weat aide Walnut, betweeu iUgbtliand Ninth; Bev. C.Turcke, r- service ten a. in. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. East Cincinkati District W. Young. Preeld- ir.K Klder. i mon unanei. nortn aide Beventn. oetween uen- tral-avenue and Pium; Kev. Gcorgo U Bohinaon, Pastor: Key. William A. Soivoiy. Associate Pastor: service morning and evening. wesier cbBDoi. nortn sioe Fiitn. netween syca- more and Broadway; Bov. J. T. Mitchell. Pastor; service morning and evening. Trinity Chapel, north side MQtn, between Baca and Elm; Bev. J. W. C. McMullen, Paator; eervioe morning and evening. Aeburv criioel. south aide Webster, netween main and Sycamore; Kev. Samuel L. Xourlee, Pastor; aervlri! morning aad evening. McKcndrie Chapel (Heveuteenth Ward), Tront atreet; bev. T. A. O. Phillips, Paator; aei vice morn ing and evening. ' KeW'Strcet inotnoaist Church rcotoreo). east ot Broadway; Bev. , Paator; service morning 3d evening. Mount Auburn Chnrch. Rov.W. B. Molar. Pastor: aoivice morning and evening. I'oiuns cnurcn, T. J. Harris, r-astor. Eat Pearl-atreit Chnrch. Pearl, between Broai- way and Ludlow; Rev, '. S. Collett, Past-jr; service morning and evening walnut Kills Church, walnut rims: Kev. wm. K. ttlnes, faator; service morning ana evening. Wkft Cincinnati District Bev. M. Marlav. Pre (Ming Elder. morris unapei, west siae uenirai-avenue, oerween Fourlh and Fifth; Rev. Granville Moody, Pastor; service morning and eveoing. i;nneTie ;napeinonn sme uourt, oeivreen monia and Cutter; Rev. Vm. 1. Foa, Pastor; service morn4- ing anu evening. Kapcr Chapel, went fide Kim, north of Findlay Bev. D. J. bturr, Paator; serrloe morning and even, ing. ark-atreet Chnrch. aonth-west corner of Park and Longwrrth; Rev. W. L. Hypes, PaHor; service morning anu evening York-street Church, aonth-west oorner lsevmtller and lork; Bev. John M. Wulden, Pastor; service Ul-'llin K l-.rniuK Findlay Chanel, south side Clinton, between Cut ter and Linn; Kev. K. G. West, Pastor; service mora it Is " e.riiui;. cerr-etreet cnurcn, rjinrk-sirpet cnurcn ana Mtars Chapel, Bev. M. Bustfn, Paator. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—GERMAN. Cincinnati German Dihtrict Rev. J. L. Klein. Pre.iding Elder. First uerman niotuoaiet KDlscooal Church, east side Race, between Thirteeutli and fourteenth ; . service morning and eveniug. necna uerniau ueiiioaiet aoiscooal unurru. routb side of Kverett, near Linn ; Bev. C. Ghau, Pastor; service morning and evening. Third German aielhodlit Knisconal Chnrch. Buckeye, head of Main; Kev. A. Lobeosteln ana a. thane, j'afttors ; aervtce morning ana evening. METHODIST PROTESTANT. First Methodist Protestant Church. Bl-cth. be tween Vine and Race; Bev. Joseph White, Paa tor; service morning andvening. Decona ifieinuaigi r-roiesiauE unurcn. n, m. ne tween Fifteenth and Liberty t Bev. J. B. Dunn. fastor : service morniug aua eveuing ueui KB (urcei v.iiurcn. uei vnru uuiierRiiu uiuui Bev J. W. Chamu, Faator 1 service morning and eveniug METHODIST CALVINISTIC. .Wi hli Mnlhnriiat Church. College, between Sixth and Seventh ; Bov Howell Powell, Paator; service morning ana evening. METHODIST—COLORED. African Church, Sixth, east of Broadway ; Bev. Jehu Warren, PaBtor. NEW JERUSALEM. ' Temple, Longworth, between Race and Elrnt Bev. Cbauncey Ulles, Puator ; eervice morning and evening. PRESBYTERIAN—OLD SCHOOL. First Presbyterian Church, Fourth, between Main and Walnut; Ber. Samuel B. Wilson, 1. 1)., I'i t.,r : aervice morning and evening. ' Fillb PreKhyterian Church, aouth-west corner Jobn and Clark; Bev. , Paator ; eervice morning at-a evening. Hevt-ntl, PreHhvterlnn Church, weet aide Broad way, between Fourth and Fifth ; Bev. N. 0. Burt,. Pantor: service morning and eveuiug. Central Presbyterian Church, north -west corner Barr aid Mound; Bev. , Paitor; aerv- ico morniog. Xinth l'r, Hhvtrian Chnrch. David atreet. west of Cutler; Kev. , Pastor ; service nurniug and evening. Fiist Prebyterlan Church (Walnut Hills,) Rev. Thomas o. urow, fostoi-; service nioratug suu ai- icrnoou, PRESBYTERIAN—NEW SCHOOL. FWnnil PraMlivtArlnn Clinrch. Kev. M. L. Thompson, Pastor; south side Fourth, betweeu Vine and Race: service morning and evening. Third Fleshy tsrlan Church, aouth went corner Fourth and John; Bev. W. 8. Kennedy, Paator; service morning ana uiternoon. West Eid Missiun Church, Poplar, near Free man ! JoHtinh Cheater. Pantor. kiehth Presbyterian Church. Seventh, between LIUD aua Jiaymiiier , zmiv uwisa 01, n.,n Pastor. The hours of service are 11 A. M., and P.M.; Babbatb School in the afternoon, IP. A'eekly lectures on Wednesday eveuiug, and con. !ert nee on f nuay eveniug. PRESBYTERIAN—UNITED. Tolled Presbyterian Church, Sixth, between Race ana aim; itev. u u. Archibald, rastor; aervice morning and aftereaoa. i'nitid bnrcli, corner Cutter and Seventh ; Rev. B. H. Pollock, i'aator; aervloe morniug aud alter- noon llulon Mission Church, Orchard, between Syca more aua jauiu ; ituv. in c. Mcuune, fastor, PRESBYTERIAN REFORMED. Beformed Prosbyterinn Chnrch, south ' Geotge street, between Baca and Elm : Bev. Pastor : service morniug and afternoon. Church of tlie Covenantors, aouth side Ninth, tween John and mouud; Hev. win. v utou, Ai. Pastor ; service morulng aud afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN REFORMED. PROTEST ANT EPISCOPAL. Christ's Church, north side Fourth, between Sycamore and Broadway Bev. Kingston Ooddird, hector; Richard Gray, Aaaistant Koctor aud Mui- aiouaiy ; eervice morning and evening . St. Paul'n Cbar-.h, north aide Fourth, betweeu Main aud Welunt ; Bev. P H G roe u loaf, I), li. Bector ; aervice morniug and evening. . St John'a Churrh. aouih-eaat corner Plnm an Beveatb; Bev George A. Heather, Baclor ; aervioa niornlng anu evening. Church of the Adveut, Walnut HI1U i Bev. It flM.llu,.rdl U..ln. Church of the Atonemeat, oorner Biehmon.1 Cutter; Bov. M. Magill, Koctor ; aorvioe uioruiug anu evening Chnrch of the Bfdemptkn,OMntin, between Cen trai-avenue and Jjbu; B. K manuy. rmur, Uer. VY. V. (.lord, tai.an Llkuxobi Cliltou ROMAN CATHOLIC. , gt. Annustiae's. Bank-street ; Bev. J. B. Baofe. a.nina iiifiriilltlf .nil .ittirnfMin. Hi Voter's UatUedrel, aoDth-araat ooraer FlilM aud ridIiih:Mut ttev. J. B Purcell, P. D, ; Hev. itilwari Pureell, Verr Bev B. T (Mil!., Bev Tbuwa J. CmBeaer i aerrice laurulus BHir.Urraiiela. oerne of Llbartf aad Via. I ITraua T kglb. , , . " a. tm.u . mutant1 a meut ride Btcimws. ..Ib u..tli .r.ii Nn.Anlli: lUv. Cli.rles Driacoil. 8. J.. Kev. Vuwon ftoclulf, . J', Hev. Jao.oe verse, a), i. i aerrlce morula, afuiuuoa aud eu- BtrPatflek't,' nr(t seat earner Third aad Mill Vev. ttlcaard Uiliutore, smviu. uaurutua su. BSt!Micbsl's,'wost aide of 'lllllcreeki B.v. . i Twaikan MrvlM Mmlui aad aftareooa Cbrist's Church, Devauteelli Ward ; . ... . upwlr. n.nn.ln. and aftaraoea. tiulr Truillr, tuutb Bide iflb. bettraea and r.rk l ew. r. anwuw, atat.4. jtuiaM i ke lutjr.lai ajia alurouou. I . M .r'. ...... ... r .w m.v aad ThlrtaMtatbt kar. iiWsa.at alaauar, tUi. 1- a.,kui.u, MWa UstuaaB i as tit auMaia aua aikai swvak St. Paul's, south east oorper Spring and Abigail ( Very Bev. Joe. Fernedleg, Bov. J. F. Il aline; aarr. Ice morning ann afternoon. Ht. John Baptist, oorner Bremen an Oraeat Service morning and afternoon. .St. Joseph, eonth.east oorner Ltnn and Lanrel Bev. Inulehert Kt -hie, Bev, Wm. Souimer j aervice aaoralng and afternoon. 1 HI. Pnllomena, north aide Pearl, between Plka and Butler 1 Rev, A. Toehbe, Bev. G. U. Kuha I aervlco morniug and afternoon. St. Thomas, went side Sycamore, between Fifth and Sixth 1 kev. Was. O. Higgms l service morning and afternoon, 'St. Wllllbrord'i (TToUand.i east alda Walnnt, annth of Liberty t Bev. Wm. W ilk ins ( sorvloe morning and evening. Chapel of tbe bistera of Charity, sonth alda McFartand. between Plnm and CentralHtvenue, attended from Cathedral and St- Xavler's College. Chapel of Sisters of Notre Dame. Sixth, between Broadway and Sycamore 1 attended from the St. Xavter'a and the Cathedral, All Salntx, Bev. A. McMahon, Pastor; oorner of Blah and Conrt. ilmmaculata, Mount Adama. UNITARIAN. First Congregational Chnrch, sonth. west corner Fourth and Race; Bev. M. D. Conway, Paator aervice morning and evening, Cliuroh of Ihe Redeemer, . Paator : aerv. Ires every Sabbath, in the Church oorner of Sixth and Monnd. UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST. First Chapel, corner of Monnd and Richmond: Bev 1 Hastier, Pastor , aervice morning ana evening. Second German United Brethren Church, west side Hlttenhonse, between Court and Clark ; Rev, C. Flinchbaugh, Pastor ; service morning aud even UNIVERSALIST. First TTntvevsallat Chnrch, east side of Plum, be tween Fourth and Fifth; Bev. (1. T, Flanders, Pactor; service morning and evening. P. 7fc a. aide be- v.t , . A. and Verv aod aud Bev. be. Oou. t uw Ml. Abre 1..... Huitk serv- ak. Highly Important -TO BUSINESS MEN! THE LETTER LIS? WAS AWARDED TO THE DAILY PRESS fOR BA Visa TBM LARGEST COVINGTON AND NEWPORT CIRCULATION UBOBK THAU ALL OTHER PAPERS MIXED! Adr x tisers WILL BEAR nr in HIND if too width, lat oi tai ht thimb. WAHT TO lUt A fiOOBBt WATftOAftDSA0 BOAEBHl BaTI LOST .HT IHIT 0B.1la.HI W0BKI ADVERTISE IU THE DAILY PRESS. THK WEEKLY FBK4I9 NOW K Km oa.Ltji.tuii.if LbTf.wi uf tkat Wttk. botb eud iioOttL, aud ft XaHeifrapnte niuuunsry ws SlMWutiiii, np ie ue uour vi annual piM. cn in CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. THTK'K TOAI.I.UHOnI JT jflAY ('KRIS Notice Im hreb mi o tbat thore Hrft Andlnff lwfort tlit) (lit OouncHot thn nttr of Oln- ttintttt. tli followlnn Ordlnnnran, t,wlt : To Mtt.hlffh the (rrade of IoTeTat.,rl from lira trt t riiitn-ritrfMvt. To ftttttbHtih thf ?r1e of Buddtrett from Oarr- tlrf'tt to IHnrrit-strMt To srnrifl and mti. wKp bnwiflpr-irtnik. Bntld- ftrwit, ftom Oarr-Rtrret t-i Harriet-ntrt. To ? rutin utirf PKT, with 14mvtonA, Brown ftller, from Ootrat-itre&ae west m far m ike Uf i$ tfa fft In width. To etadit aad Barn, with ItmnRtnnR. Brrwrtffl- alter, from the Bouth-oanl end if the twontr-ft-ei portion north aa far a the gra1 is PMtahM'md. In pnrnnaT.ee of the law. naid Ord.nanofg were twice rirni. laid on theiable.and the (!tfrk Inst r net. el to give foux weeki' notice of the peodency of the am . The law refjniren all n!m fhr damajre t?mt winy Vcnif from taid improvfmentLfto b fllod In wrltlnf with the Oily Clerk, Retttriff forth the amount of ditrBBni-e elainjrd. within two wpIti after the ex nlrntlnn nf the time reanirwd for the nnhlication of ti'h not ire, when the lame will be taken up for Html action. SEALED PROPOSALS. SKAIjKO PROPOSAI.H WILti BE KK VKl fcD at theUlIlcof the B-ar lof CHr lm- JtoTt'mentH until 9 o'clock A. M. of TUESDAY, une I 11, for r-'pninng nnd keepins in repair, for the term of one year : Hnrtinon road, from the aat trnttpr nf Ptpnrarn. trert to the wp sutter of Weetern-nvenue, tn- cltiiHtift all intnmectioiiB. kacli bid to be accompnnlpd of two enreriea. Bid den, to uae tbe printed forms, aa no other will be received. l.y order or the Brara. Je8-tt GKOHQB J. GTTILFOBD, Clerk. CJEAT.FD PI?OPOAT. WTT.L UK RR- f9 CKiVKDnt the office of the Board of (itr lin- SroTcnientu nntil nine o'clock A. M. of TUKHA?, une 18, lNfil, for icpairingand keeping In repair for ore year : HoDk)nt-treet. from the east mitter of John utrret to the west gutter of Contrul-aTennecon trctorn to use new gravel. Each bid to be accompanied by'two unretief. BIA dorn to nse the printoa forma, u no other will be received. Br order of the Board. jrrt-tt GKOUGB J. OUTLFOHD, Clerk. LEGAL NOTICES. Foreian ieu rwiTilt WTATR OP OHIO, HAMILTON ;T. SS. -Th RiiDflrlor Court of Cincin- Jl COUNTY, SS. r-fttf fNo. H.Miltl Henry Nye, plaintiff, v$. Thotnaa . Martriox, late tuiinana oi ueiia maaanx, de cpaacd, and John Mbddox. William M add ox, Mar tha Woddox, Marion Maddox, Delia M add ox and Kobert Gevyn Madiiox, hel-at law of UeliaMad dox, deceased, defendanta. The said defendants are hereby notified that on theMhdar of April, A. D. 161, tlie anid pUintitT filed hix petition in said Court, wblch is still pend 1ns therein, stating that on the auth of Mny, William Miller was seized In fee of the following described premises, beittg within the oorporate lim its of the city f Cinciunatl, county of Hamilton, ane State of Ohio, vlr,: Bounded on the enftt line and limited by a rot li Rftfifl Iit said William Miller to Charles Dennis. and extending back westwardly seventy-three (73) fr et, one half the depth of a lot oonvefed to said Millar liv J.Mnh (htntwrwatth. Themaa Dunlan and Herman Cape; bonnded on the north by a brick warhhouse, inclosed by said MiUor: bounded on the south by a lot s Id and conveyed to Klias Mover, being parts oflots No. fV6 aud t7, in the Biibdirittion of the Btmk of the United States, said lot bof ng ait uated on the easterly side of Lockportavenue, be tween Hunt and Court-streets, in said city of Cin cinnati, said avenue having been laid out since said 20lb of May, A I 1843; that on said th day of Mny, 1343, said Milltr demised the same with prlv Hereof purchase, to one Dennis, for the term of fitirten j eare.and said lease providing" that within two year from Baid 30th day of May, Ifttft, the said Dennis should erect thereon a brick building ; that tf raid Dennis shoa'd net elect to tmrchfirttj said ro verpitiu and fee simple, the said Miller to pay for said improvements; that said Dennis entered npon Bnid premises and within two years from said 20th of May, 1843. puraunnt to the trms of said lease, erected a biick building on said premlaes ; that In the year IBM said lot and building, and all the es tate, right, title and equity of said demise beoaine vested fu said plaintiff, and are now owned by him ; that said Miller has departed this life; thitin pro ewdingB in partitions among the devisers ol ssid Miller, said lot of ground was set off aud k parted to I miiMA 1iti. wlfR nf David K. Etfl. and Dtslia Md- dox, decoascd, formerly wlfn of Thomas H Middovt. uoject to tne terniB oi saia lease; mar. ueiore me expiration of said term of fourteen years, and prior to April 1, 187, plaintiff being the owner et said tprm Ami contract, olpctpd to become the vurchase ef Sbid teveriun and fee simple; that by a dued ftomeaid D. K. and Louise Kste, pluintiff is the owner of the one undivided half part of said prem ises ; that said Bella Maddox has departed tHls life Intestate, leaving Thomas H. Maddox, her hus band, and the other defendants above-named, h il legal representatives J that administration has not been taken ot the personal estate of said Delia Md dox, dnceaaed ; that plaintiff has paid the interest that has accrued on the one-half of the pnrchate oioney to be paid to defendants; that plaintiff is In possesion of aod has made lasting improvements on Baid lot, and is now willing to pay defendants the rfmaiuliiK moiety of purchase-money npon the execution to him of a conveyance of said one undi vided one-half part of said premises, and demand frig tbat the terms of said tease be specifically per formed. And the said defendants are required to plead, a ns ww or demur to eald petition on or before the ii2d day of June, A D. 1861, otherwise the prayer of said petition will be granted. M. U. ft W. TILDE N, for Plaintiff. April 25, 1PM. apZft-fTb. STJPFRIOH COURT OP CINCINNATI, HAMILTON COUNTY No. 14 700 -.laaon Eva., HripHB Swift, Hugh W. HtiRhes and Wilson I. Drake, partners, as Kvans tk Co , plaintiff!!, vs. wafuirigiou uiitcnur anu iouo iuii'iier uuiciiwr, pnrtners an Butcher A Brother, defendants, aud Morris Oh an, garnishoe Tbe said defendants, Butcher A Brother, are hereby notified that on the 2d flav f Mav. A. D Irtfil. itlaintiffs above named filed their petition in said Court, stating that on rne min aay oi ceoruary, a u iooi, ui uiu haw riH Owan made a certain bill of exchange for the sum of Srj.ooo, at sixty diys and l-doraed nnd di rected tue same to tne saiu nutcner x iroiiier, tua the hame was duly accepted by the said Butcher ft Brother, and afterward, for tlve benefit of said Hutrhera Jirolber,Jtsconnt.ea oy piaitmns aitnir Banking-l ouse, in Claclnnati ; that there is due thflpnid nlaiiitifTH from said Butcher ft Brother on said draft, the smn of Five Thousand Dollars, and interest from May I, if., ana uemanaiug a juog-niet-t against said Bntcher for said sum of five 1 boupaud Dollars, with Interest as aforesaid And the naid Butcher ft Brother are hereby required to r'ead, answer or demur to said pert ton on or nerore be V2d day of June, A. D IWI. otherwise judgment will be taken against them as demanded In said pe tition. M. il, A w. TLL.lfh.ft, ior rminriiTv May IR, 18fil. my2i-i in WTATB OP OniO. HAMILTON M- COl'NTY, 88 Court of Common Pleaa k.liz- aleth Benedict vi William Benedict reimnn ior PiToice. No. 21.W2 1 TIip tatd William Benedict, i of Indiunapul.e, in the State of Indiana, is nottned timt unzarein ueneaici uiu. oa in um uny w May, A. D 1861, file ht-r petition In the office of the rUrli .f o id (?nnrt nf Common Pleas, within and f r eaid tw tmty ef Hamilton and State of Ohio, charttiiiBtlie said William Benedict with having neeiia ana biiii couiinuiiiK iu ue Kunir ui kiuouc filectf dnty as h unban J of plain tiPf, nnd asking that he may be divorced fr-m the said defendant. wliicu petition will stana ior nBarmir ar ine ne term ofaaid Comt BL1ZABBTH BKNBDICC. Bt AI d. a r 1 1 l den Au yi ior x-ihiuviii Cincinnati, Mav IB. lw. mv23-f Th A IlllNISTKATOH'C MAIjK F JttKAlj i& CPl A A iii in pursuance ui an orunr ui ! riri semen t and sale, ol the Fronate uotfrt oi nam. It on County, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale, at Publia Auction, In the Botacda of the Court house, in Cincinnati, on FB1DAY, the 28th day of June, iHM.at il o'clock A. M., tbe following described real estate, to-wit: aall lllflt ftlACA OT THirOfll OI InUQ BltUravUU 111 VIIW connty of Hamilton aod State of Ohio bain In tbe south-west quarter ot section eigne (8), Ultra town ship, second fractb ual reuse of the Miaul Pnr ehjve; and being the semth part of Lot No six (ft), . . t. .1 . ..; .1 . J - J l ,tA ,. A Wil I iim L. Beady, deceased, by the Coinmssiouer iu the vi It ! Kartitinn In HiLliiiltoU CountV COUl'SOn I' If as. rio. u tw.b.ana contaiuiug .'euiecu t,n 1 1 lu front on A rbeuarft -street, aud running back the same width to the eat Hue ot the entire tract, aa tii. anm. will mnrt iiiiiT anoear uv reioi-enco w uiw suap and Commissioner's report of said snMi virion on pnge 63'J, volume 2M, of the Beoords of Hamilton County uommon rieaa. Tua.B nr ftalAfir .h ai f li In hand, remainder In twflve moutbs, with iuturest, to be sectued by mortgage on the premises. V. v flsoutti-. ACuilnlStraior oi mu. u- dduuj, uo.wwwu fmygQ dWe IW JITTAl'MTinw l n tW w XJ ifv mm y, at II ANhlCLM ANN. Justice of the Peace In and foT the Township, of Cincinnati, Hamilton Ommty, Ohio.-Jouathan M Hill, plaintiff, and Win. H. Tnitni.ramlJ fltalWHrt. defendants, aid Com- nieicial Insurance Company, ganiiBlifte ; amount wore to In the affidavit tttl. Tbe defendants will take notice mat ine nuarius anu time ui nii Le set for the sixth day of July, isfil. at ft o clock uncinnau, mar a. ioni. ILITARY AOCOIITBBMK1VT OF . i. ai vi.ira 'Av.irv HhK ai for 8tR.IT Of- i toers and Privatise: uavutry nnams wr omn yi I fleers and Privates: Bfgulation Sword-belts for kl.frnfH.aH mmi PrfVaatMal ! ( llAFtrld ffO-bOXCS. C&O- xh xes, Bayonet-sneaines, neiu, rinui-iiWHom, Military Spurs, Bitti. etc. eto , at moderute prluM, wholesale m "tail, at the Baddlery JCstablUh- ment, flJam-st. no. iaf-"""'ff'JfS,. ?, ROOFING-! ROOFINO-I TITB OrTOAI. KIASTirj ngTAi-ua BUOriMO la oOured ta the public aa the best ant Cheapest Metal ttool now oeea.iie luenw u.tumi ovum tested kf aa aaerleni of rears In this our ana ebeapeat Metal Hoot no ued.tta nierita bavtiig beet leacea D7 aa aaaeneim. oi ri. . r1" r tialta. Applied to Sat er steep, old or new ball, luge. No solder need ntatened aennrelr wltaoal as- wsure to tbe eotloa of tne eiemenia. ie United 8uia,oan be applied bt anr one witaer uaxl Baeobauloal aMUl. Orders urouiatlr fl I lea. flAI.DUICLf. OO.. ill WeatHeoead-atree. CINCINNATI DISTILLERY 8. N. Pike's MagnoUa Whlski OIHOIHHATI, OHIO. S !. PIK aV CO., 18 AUD 30 jITOat MOitit-ar.. eole auaaUMOtnxera of tit Celebrated ' MAGNOLIA WHISKY, -ame-ar j For BLU.niG?t RAIL ROAD CARS. &Uaiubot.tt pretxirvlng metal Itoois, nr.. UrOSMATION OSTAUIKO OP J V. GAV. AlilNT, TipTtfT" . a T A 111 MKNV AMD Tucul littfa es. Uwis aoU.eywter Guso Ifa. aai-uisbea. nriaciba ltfcia Jarotiaui, Justice tf thePetioeofOibaWjiatVTvwiukip,! 1 1 ... n i. - u.uiai.rni.in and miMit ', Dt HAULS ROOFING m nr.. ats to any pert f lliownirf.s illi drtM(ta ttM asJU- . us Uie ln Qt or wiAf, a. v xwi, waiu Issued an order of attw buient and ganiahee W kbaiva at-tlnn lor tne suu ol WU. Bala ceus, is RAILROADS. RAILROADS. CHICAGO! GREAT WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE Indianapolis and Cincinnati 1 5 fl kSrvELiMW SHORT-LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by so Miles. OW A?1 AFTKR MiWDAT, WAY 9f 181, Trains leave Cincinnati as folfrw: OiSO A. HiftO A. M r nnd 4rS P. M. Through to Indinnapolis, Tnrft Haute, Lalayett and (JhtrajfO (n advance i othei routes. Hletmtng-oart are attache to all night train cm this line, and run tb tough to Chiw without Change of ear Be sura yon re o tbe right ttrfMttfHr befor vtm purchase yonr tfotetn, and Mk for tioett1n Iiawrencebarg and rni ,anpolis. Fare the same, and lUne shorter than by ear other Hmt Bggag eheolted thimrfi. Thrunah tickets, good mi til ned, can otbnlnetV nt the tlcket-o dices at fpenoer Hwie, P. W. corner of Broadway and Front-sts. Me i Burnet Honse corner, and at the Ppw 0Dcn, fonf of Mill it., on Front, where all neeoasary Information mav be had- W. H. Tj, FOBTil, General Tlckaf A.ht. O. B. OOTTOM.ClnciDail Agnt. m)8 II. O. LORD residont. CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO AIR-LINE RAILROAD! OPENED FOR BUSINESS MAY 13, 1861. nTSTANCB TO CHICAGO 2SO M ILV9 ' Forty-two Milne bhmter than by any othr Bonte-SLKKPlNO-OAliS ON ALL N lOllI TI1A1N8. Throuch timeetevon hours Passenser Trains leave Cincinnati, Hamilton and Pay ton Dt-pot at ?tftO A. M. and A.30 P. M , and run through to Chicago without change f Psaen ger or Baggage Cars, In less titno than by any other route. For Information and Throngh Tickets, apply at the offlcee, south-east oorner of front and Broad way; west side of Vine St., between the PoHtofflro and the Burnet Honse; No. ft Enat Third -tl. j and at 8'xth-st. Depot and Walnut-st. Freight Trains leave Cincinnati nt 6 P. M., and run directly through to Chicago without robiiting or transhipment. JOHN BRANDT, Jr., Puperlntcndont. CHABLtS K. FOLLKT, General Ticket Agent, Bichmnnd, Indiana. 8. W. CHAPMAN, Genernl Freight AKnt( 130 Walnnt-st., Cincinnati, Ohio. myll OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. TWO TRAINS IKAVF dajlr forbt boaia, Cairo, Matl-4i9( A. M. Kxnreaa diftft P. M. CINriNHTl lhrae Tratus for Loulavilte-4i50 A. U; 9 P. M ; 4 i.IO P. M. Anndar Kvanlnff KTprwt 4lAO f. Wl, Louisville accDmmodatloD loavr.s at 4i I. at FOR TbBODOH TUJKKIS, Please applr at olUoe No. 1 Burnt Hntise, coraor rfflca ; at gpancer Uousa office ; at No. 7 Woat Thlrd at.. and at tha Dnant. r.-rnsr of Front an4 Mlll-sta. OKOBOK B. Mnl'LKM.Ah, General BnaerlTiteridT.aa. OniBlboaa. call (or aaaseosera. apis INSURANCE. . ' vh uniice the INSURANCE! Horn. In. Oo.Fevr TaT.....OlHTji. Sl,a,al Ooatlnental Ins. Oa., New York. W0,0H Blagara tire Ina. Co., Mew York tmi.tet Hortta Am. Fire Ins. Oo New Yors.. v,t Becorlty Fire Ina. Go Dew TorH.....,.... WW.aa, Weslprn Man. Ina. Co., Pltt.deM, Mass... UMI.OS, Merchants' Ina. Co. of Hartford, Conn no,ts M. Y. Life Ins.'Oo., N. T.....Aars-1.7-'.ll M ajar Policies leaned In above flrat-elaet Ooanjav lea, aad losses promptlr adjusted and paii bt W. I. Evans &. Co., GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 69 WKST THIBD-BT., CINCINKATI. Burn, T mataaioa, to W. W. Bcarboroartl Hllns Greenwood ; Trier Davidson t Oo. ; S Di.vta. g.,4Co. : Heldelbach, Seasons Hid Oo.; Wvuna, alnes 4 Co. j W. B. Smith 4 Oo. : Bawaon Wllhf A Oo. ; nnnuewell, Hilt Oo. : Tweed 4 SiblaPI Springer Whiteaun : Suire, Eckstein lo. LialS-rl ohoich: FIRST-CLASS QSURimi BT Tfll ETMINSURAN0OO OF HARTFORD, COHH laooraarsueal lSlV.-Charrtar Trraantu Cash Capital Enlarged Half MHJioB of Dollar. ITT N ATT in lU.lil. .i.t.dnti.i. .llB. iw .nl IiM- I bisnranoa eompanlea ana agenda. In ta Inanraaa ) business In tbis city. Thtrty-nve Jhnn oouaMiM duty bere, oombined with wealth, exrw.eu.ja,.uts rise and liberality, espe''ialy covnontt tbe Acta nsnran&a Company to tne faorMe nr.tronaH this oommnnlty etandiuti ao!Hai7 and alone, t ole earvlvor and llvin pioneer of Olnclpnatl aaaat writers of 1825. Tbe largest lose ever sustained by an tnauanat eon.pany at one lire In Ohio waa bf tne t4tna- a Ublllleotbe, April, 18.12 .and amoanted to 5U Wl tl, Biostly paid prior lo thirty days after the fir.. basse, paid la Olnolnnatl dniin thesaat art aai, Cash Capital, - $l,5nCtO&9. aVMolnta and nnltapatresi with a net sturpla aa S14,i 44 jr. Anil the prestige of forty -one years' tneosas aftM perlenoe. laveatwenta of Oyer (100,000 ta Ohio &ecrlti VI KB AND IHLAMD DATIOATXOM SmUttM acreDtei at terms oonsisUnt with aotTMftfl and f4r nrntH, Kepecial attention fivw. to In ance ox xiweumgn ana content lorienne ci oh M Ive yeare. Application nadn to any dn'y anthorMw asenl rocuntiy attended to. fcy itrict attention to a lo.!-. mate Insurance bniinusa, this Oowoan i enable to offer both Indemnity for the past and wourlty g( the fntore. Policiee luned without delar by CART EH. da BKATTlEt Atv Mo. 40 Haln-itreet, and f. 1T1 Vi .i-ftreev t. j. iiuunitii, Agent, k uiton, ita rajr P. BUBH. Agent. Uovlngtun. iJ. lell-v fl. r. KIKlHiaJal. Ni vanri. K" ADMINISTB ATOKS SALBOPRE4I. MS LAl JC lu pursuance of an order ot oale of tlie Frobate Court f Hamilton County, OUfo, to ua directed we will oOor for sale at public auction. In tbe iiotunda oi tne uautiitou uouuty uourt hoiiNe, on BATDBDA V, Julv 13 1AM. at 10 o'clock A M., the following Real Kr,Ufce. belonging to the ettate of W. B Morris, deceasod, to-wit ; Uot marked " A " (.on a plat niea tu this case), be lrg 21 feet Z Inches front on Vrontstret, and ex It Oding bark on Ludlow street io tbe Landing. Appraisea at en ouo. joi niaraeo .uu naij piaij. bviiiK 20 feet 7Jh iitcheH In trout on Vront-tHrBet, aud nt nding back to tbe Lauding. Appraised at Sh.W-O. Lot marked 'C" Con aau plat i. briug 34 feet It 2 0 Inches in front on Front-strt?t, and ex tending back to tne Landing Appraised at it,&oo, In Hamilton County, Ohio. ALHO-On the same day. to-wit : July 13. 161, at 8 o'clock P. M . we will qltur for sale, at public ven due, to tne biKhost utaor, on tue premises, tne TOl lowing lieul IbrjUte, situated in the County of Ham ilton nnd State of Ohio, to-wit: All tuose eleven liOta. numoereo o, iu, u, it, ut 17. m. 20 and 9t. on a nlat of subdivitiion known aa (Smith A Morris s s;ibdivisiou of the Clllton Farm, recoiuua in dook jyr, page aa, oi namuion tJouuiy Record of PtHids. Valued at four hundred ($100) dollars for each lot. A l BO Lots Noa. 12, ISO, 18.1, 135 and 1S7 In thn fame snbdivislnn. Valued at four hundred ($0u) dollars for each Lot. ALHO Lets- numbered 43. 44 and 142 Valued at four hundred and eighty (&4H0) dollars for each lot. A loulou ffioa. oo. oi anu iw. vaiueu at iwo hundred snd forty (S244 dtllars for each lot. A L BO -Loin Noa. 71 and Ti Valut-d at four hun dred and forty (8440) dollars for each lot. Lots Nos. 77, V2, 3, Maud btf. Valued at two huadred (ttou) dollars for each lot Lots Nob. b2 and lot. Valued, atone hundred and twenty (.KlUti) dollars fore-tch. lot. Lots ios. K. im aua no v aiuea hi niiv iawt dollars L.r.-ch lot. Low Noe. ll'i, Ui and l-U. Valut-d at sUty five (865) dollars fir Ottch lot. Lot os. 114. IK i, lie and W. Valnl at soventy-flv (V7o) dollars for each lot. Lot No. 75 Valued at lo huudrtd and twenty-fire ($226) dollars. Lot xno id?, valued at tnree nunnrea ana iorty-nvn ($545) dollars. Lot No. I8. Valued at three huu drw d and fifty $-M) dollars. Lot No. 146. Valued, at tiv hundred and forty (8540) dollars. Lot No. 147. valued at two nuuurea aua tour taut) awiara.. Let o I to. Valued at three hu wired and twenty four (t-U) dollars. Lot No. 151. Valued at one bundled and stventy (180) dollars. Lut ISu. 167. Value a at two bunarea and titty itn actiais. Teiuis of sale as follows, to-wit : Ooe-tl.ird j( th mo Ley to be paid In cash on the day of sule ; oii tbiid in one y.tar from the day of confirmation, o-f sale, and ote third in two year front the day of iu-i cinoiuiatiot. ; deferred payments to be secured by uioitgttge ou the premises, and to draw iuiereei at tlie rate of six per cent, pur anu urn from th con firmation of sale. Said property will be sold aa the pn perty of Win K. Morris, deressud, in turn cas of barun L. Mori is and W. H. Morris, Adiiuuistra tois ol tbe It state of Wm. II. Morris, dMstidB atfalnbt Harah L. Morris and others (No 7i5, Uin- iiton uoniiiy rrouaie uurt, uuiug a petition to sell lana, ana wm us eoia tree troca dower on uiner iu- tfrest on tbe part of any of tl diifsij4snu in said "itSBisiar Ad.a.xWrato (jeUdl)atjyll . , Fistula in Ano Treated flf . T M.OWErW, WITOor TBI) liar ruetbo of Ireatsaant. 4uddv.miI l.a h,n.ij abovt .iKlit fetjn uo, an a aie a baa beea at- .um .it, b.,bpww lam. iu ..err oaae. w, OWaMS kts Wd a eltlaea of Oaaolauati fur ta. bat tareutr-Ire yean, aud aaaura. tbe aHUctwV tkai tU. abov. 1. a. Isumbu. Sue furl tier luftfraaa- lia,apiF at ble olnoe aad reasaeaoa, ala. MWaS .,.Dib at .. UuelnaatU eoaa-a' Champagne Cider. VT L Hit. a, made frum aeleoteii Irult. uult. - ranted aura, luat received, oa oousiiaiueut. aai lot tela bf CHAJS. W. VKAfrKMM, Mo. 31 Vlaatreet. aT-eia TH ! WKKHLV rlltMIIIJW MHtUV, couUluiDg tue Vews ot Ike Week, balk forema ai,d Wl, aud a T.lenrarbie Humtaarr of Ureal Olcearbere. ua Lo tbe b,u, at t ..m . set 1 W U t 14, (yujt.iug-twiu, ic ii oejUv 1 vt