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CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS
W f-'iMMH-d dally- Binvlnva nri.l) hi
11K10 1J &; CO.,
omrs-vms-sTm-iiT, nn. tvtna-nnttr..
TiiKcixcixNATtr,ii7y mkss u .Mimi to
Olwrllwrn I-., CliHlnnntl, rvlnrlon nnd
iirrou-,i,ng rillis mid h, at
the eitremt-lr low
MIX tflSNTS A WKEK
. fXYABLFl TO CARMIBB,
fattlttq, !tmi)i cuplc. i cnU( I month,
: . Miohtlio, ft I ; yir. :.
WOOD' TIIKATFIt -CONNER HIXTII
AMI VIM:-HTIIKKTM.-.Imiin A. Ku.fll Ml,
Jr., Mole Mihiiiu'T iitxl jciin,
PnirKu or A "Mif Ki"N. ln.s Cirrtn mid r.ri.iinltc,
lnirn nprii lit rt'ij o'clock ; curtiiin rQ nt 7.
Kliit iilht of Hi Anierloiti Actor,
' MR. OIIANFIIAU. 1
THK (WHAT KKIMlKtt 8TOUY.
THTM (Mumlnv. KVKNI NJ nml TO HllttOV
H'nrMitiiv) KVKNINU, Mmrli l'l nml ail. Mill lw pro
MClltrtt tllC M I'd Til II, til tiVr Itcls, (Mltlti'tl
TIIK IM D!EN IIAM.
Vrml, Mr. Clinitfriui; ptttnil'l Itavnr, Mr. I.uiifnlnti (
II-rtMMt (imvunti, Mr. ltnt : Ihirrfnui, Mr. VAU-
lr; Tmvcrs lttnkc, Mr. IImII; rnplfnhi, Mr-.
i:Uvt ; Mm roll IIHkr, MUi W.ilt-; Hum Dny,
Mm. tiillK-rt ; Mitt. (;iiitiniuiit, Mint Kvcrltt.
Prorimi!" to whirli the fnrce cnllcl
THIS MODKT, OK A WIFE,
ryumnlimi H.tinrf1, Mr. tiiiiiifhtu; Mr. Mump,
Mr. Fisher i 1mt Mr. A'tum; Mm. htmnp, Mr.
In nctivo prrpnrntfoTi. n npw Hprctn'iot nrpwliiff
nnytliiitff rvcr Htti'tnptot fit thft iiv.
A mimlHTof cMiiipf tont chrit r wmttnl. Apply
tMr. Joint Niiviiri-f, I,i-iirt-r nf (V tirMrii.
PIKF'H O P K K A - II O V H K-FOC KTII
MUKKT. bclwcrii Siiliint hihI Vino. H. N.
I'mr., Proprfct'ir ; F. II. Uonwav, Hihko MHnnjr; J.
F. Merhv.ht, TrMHiiiii .
Prk km uk Admihmiun. Piirttnettp f'lrclc, TnniiK'tto
uh'l Utlcttiy, 50 cniH; AmphithcHtvr, J1 cents;
J'rivntc noxc-, for tsinht piTnii( HH,
nx (M)lce.p. ti fnmi 10 A. M. until 4 P. M., whero
Wiiti run 1m MTiircil.
lioorn open t 7 o'clock ; commence at Ti.
Flr-t nidh of the ttrvnt Tniale ActrriK,
M HS. KM MA WALLER,
Ami the popular Traffciliun,
T1IIK EVEMNtJ, Murch will ha -ph-wntcd
Hliukppiirc'f NiiUliinu truncily of
Lndv MnrlH'tli.MiK. WnhVr; Muchcth, Mr. WnllT!
.Macduff, Mr. Shi-ridan ; Hmuiuo, .'-Ir. llnrit tt :
lhniLuii, M.r. Lhiihkmn; JMiiIcj.Ihi, Mr. ('Inipliii;
Itomilhiilti, MIkh Whito; ihcuto, Mr. lnvf(lc;
MniiiK Wltclic-, Mc-danifs Placu, Crocker, Proc
tor, JcnnitiKr', Htuntey, Alc,
To conclude with th coincJicttA of
IIiuih Morltz, Mr. DavMr; Minnie, Ml Proctor.
Tuodiiy ovciilnjff, Mm. Wnllor M ill nptxnr in her
Bleat linperrHtntitioii of Me if Merrillex'
In iictivo i.r.-p!irtlon, the thrilling drnnin of "Tho
PtichexM ot Miilll.
A new HeiHathmnl Pr.umn Ik In active preparation,
entitled "Mimh, the Croolc"
In artivo pn-pamtlcm, tUo beautiful play of " Tho
Wife h Secret."
. A new and (forjrenc Pportnrle ! hi prepuratifm,
and Mill shortly hu rod need In a ftyto of unexam
Wanted (Mm hti-ndrcd Youiir Ladies f..r a crand
forthcomins Speetr.rle. Apply at Hie nx Ofllce.
GOLD IIFHAI PIAMI-4-TIIB 1IKST I
AMKIIK'A.-Sterk A " r-'- 1 t m
,-ew inrK i lHiweriul toned ilonlile
ftrauu-aetion I oncert IMhiioh. pro- H"r
ixainced by Llftz. ThnlherR and other Xl U
irreat iirtij-t llm lu-t in ltiiirn
cm ill sell lower fr canh than nn -other denier In
tho city. Pin non and Meted. on- tuned mid re pa i red
thoroughly. Piano to i, t ut from $c to peritiar
t"T. jrinicnl in-trnnieiitH tn Wing nt h:iM-iTceK. Jo
ii'it huy or rent a Piano until you haw called and ex
amined the above.
lHUTTJNf; A Blt(.,Sole ArpiiIh.
Pinno PeaterKiind Makers.
f, !7 2-7 w- Flfth-ntrect, near plum.
T'k'kty rKNTs. "CK8TE1 VUIVB,
The Vacation Polka Price M cents.
Tlie Kentucky iirl Polka Price :u cent.
The Forest Hose Sehoftirtehe Price Mi cents.
Tho above havu haiulfioiuely-illustrated tltle-puuei.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NEWTON, 01. D.,
OFFICE NO. 00 WEST 8EVENTH-WT.
ln'twwll (tic HHil ItiK-c. HcniiU'in-i' ...
Huvi'nth-Htrrt't, Itctwfc'ti Vnlnnt nml Villi1. Oflieu
IimmmT's tt'i : A. Jl.i I '4 tua'j 1. M.; 1 ton 1. M.
AVlLLlAM M. IIUNTEK,
fSuecetttuir to Ktiowlton & Taft.j
Tfl. 5(1 WEST FOi aTII-MTREET, BE-
X TWEEN WALM'f unci INK.
"?f. NCCIiltEltV i'C. ., PUOFKSHOlt
iif Thciiry nml I'nu lirK of Medicine in thp Ke
lt ' Mt'ilii'ul Intilntt". w cpi-ejnl Hltciiliou to tin
In itmriit nt CHIIiiXll! 1IISKA.SF.S. OIHce, 17 t
Viii'.'-Btri'ct, nwttr Fourtli. Uihio Imtir. Hi A. 31. to
l's P. SI. frlU-cui
CHARLES II. WOLFF & CO.,
WHOLESALE DKALERS IN
No. 145 Walnut-street,
BET WEES' THIRD $ FOURTJl-S TS.,
Invito tho attention nf
3X 13 1? C3 IVTVTfS
To their hu ge and careflilly-titdccted ntock of
FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS
RICKEY. MALLORT & CO.
Have recently remorod to their new Store In
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE WILDING
No. 73 W. Fourth-st.,
WIIEHE THEY WILT, CONTIME,
ullt Ki-rMlly-iiicrenncii t'Neilitli'", tlio WJiulu.
.Hie anil Ketail Hook anil Htlltiouery tills iiicrt.
Tliey would .tutf, in llii ronneelion, tlmt they
Mill, In Inline, make tlio KNIil.lHII A N Did III Kill N
III X K TltADK u prominent lViitniu of Hull' biui
liesii. RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.
.30 PER CENT. SAVED.
FOR GROCERS, DRUGGISTS, BAKERS, ETC.
FKOJI No. 1 TO tf.-J, INCMIfMVE.
NIXON & CHATFIELD,
Wholesale Paper Denier, .
"7 ft 79 Walnut Street, '
W ju.Tf. BJ7iw7n."ATTOMNK Y ANU
ijllL NSI-Il.l.dll AT LAW iinU MaI.T Com
inlMlon.'r of the 8iin i lor ami liiiumoii l'lciut oiut,
lunk building, uorih.wiwt tumor ei ilum auu
.T' tl V' " '
OHNING, MARCH lOlSG Z 2 ,) KICK ONE CENT.
I VOL. Ill, NO. 22.
CINCINNATI, MONDAY A'
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PEN AND SCISSORS.
It lias licon cyniniHy puid tlmt of nil tlio
virtues, gratitude lnu tho shortest memory.
Tlie Cliinose nnvy Is very forrairlulilp; it
t'onsutf 'of two vcisclB, oiio bcow mid nvo
A firemen's tiuirnnincutj open to nil engines
South of the Poloiimc, is to take! plncc in
I'oluinhin,, S. C, on tho lUth dny of Mny next.
Jnnies Uolih, the well-known hntikcr of
New Orleans, was nuirricd nenr Alliens, Ga.,
rcrcnUy, to Miss Klizuheth Church Craig.
A nun nnined lloutright ' recently mnr
ried In Cooper County, Missouri, to his tenth
wife. Certainly he was not a-bout-right.
A blacksmith in the employ of the Overland
Mail Company, was killed nenr Fort Chad
burn, recently, by the Camanches.
A Constantinople dispatch says that the
typhus fever is tarrying oil' the fugitive Cir
cassians at the rate of one hundred per dny.
The London Timet announc es that the cir
culation of that paper has bcon suppressed
throughout the Austrian empire.
' Friendship is possible onlv between wise
and good men; others are but companions.
No marvel, then, tho rarity of friendship.
Wm. Lloyd Garrison's Liberator has nn
article denouncing the late speec h of .Senator
Hewnrd in the most violent terms.
There are ten or twelve murder cases now
pending in the Casey Circuit Court of Ken
tucky. A little daughter of Mr. Letcher was burnt
to death, by her clothes taking lire, in New.
Albany, nut., n any or two since.
A steivm fire-engine, nlmost completed In
Richmond, Vn., is for the city of St. Peters
burg per order of the Cr.nr.
There nro two thousand five hundred nnd
sixty-two students in the vnrious mcdicnl
colleges in the United States.
Charles Warner, Trensurcr of Dnn Rice's
great show, was lately married, in Philadel
phia, to Ella Zoyara, the famous cqucstricne.
John Mitchcl, the "Irish patriot," who has
returned from his visit to Paris, is about to
lecture in New York on tho subject of "Na
poleon," Thomas J. Anderson, a citizen of Fayctte
ville, N. C- died on Friday from the effects
of n brutal nttnek made upon him by Isnac
A little boy named Thrcdgall, of Allen
County, Iiid., died from the elici ts of eating
wild pnrsnnps last week. Two other boys
were sick from the same cause.
A committee, nt Auburn, N. V., consider
resin gas at Sti per thousand feet, cheaper
than coal gas at $8 60, and so the resin and
the price have been agreed upon.
The Courtlnnd County (X. V.) Rqiuhlican
published '2,000 extra copies of the sheet con
taining Gov. .Seward's speech, for gratuitous
Van!; Fair, the new play of Dion Rourci
cault, thcCollcy fibber of the time, is pro
nounced n stage success by the New York
papers. . i . ; .
John Reynolds, of Southampton Township,
Penn., one day lost week, effected the whole
sale destruction of fourteen foxes by two
jbots from his gun.---
;. Air. Bowdenj Sheriff of Monroe Countv,
(in., was shot and killeil, on Monday, by 'a
iiihu named llineslcy, upon whom ho was
attempting to servo a writ.
John Ford, a revolutionary soldier, died in
Bibb County, On., some days since, in the
one hundred nnd fifth year ot his age. Ho
was married fivo times. .
An agriculturist in London, on the first of
April, goes to the Zoological Gardens, with n
recommendation to be shown the twn.hnrnorl
Negotiations nro progressing favorably for
the extension of the Grand Trunk ltoad to
Boston, by a broad gunge truck, on the lino
j oi tno r.nsicrn jiuilroau Horn 1'ortlunil.
i The Imnerial Library at St. Petersburg '
coutuins twenty-nine thousand live hundred j
and sixty-lour volumes, written by foreigners,
ubout Russia. . j
A Western Chess Congress will be held in
St. Louis, commencing April 11, at which
Morphy, Paulsen, and othor great players
will be present.
Tho swiftest horse ever known was "Flying
Childers," which performed four miles, three
hundred and eighty yards, in seven minutes
Mid a-half, which is atthurateofoverthirty
three miles per hour.
In a church in Norfolk, Vu., last Sunday, a
loaded pistol in the pocket of a boy went off,
penetrating tho leg of a boy named Ilenry
lirown, just below the kneo. Good place
and time to carry weapons.
A snilor, James Fletcher, n resident of Pb
ducah, Ky., committed suicide on board tho
steamer Uncle Sam, betweon Cairo and the
former place, on Sunday night, by cutting
It is now believed that tho yellow fever,
having broken out with great virulence at
Havana, it may not be entirely safe for North
erners to go to Charleston on the 23d of April
next. . .. ,
v . ' . ' '
A petition, numerously- signed by citizens
of Clay Oounty, Mo., was recently presented
to David R. Atchison, requesting hiui to be
come a candidate for Governor an honor ho
declined, . . ,
An old negro, supposed to bo dead, having
been thrown oat ot the hearse in which he
was going to the grave, near Cleveland, Ohio,
the other day, came to life again, greutly to
the terror of tho "mourners."
Thr Pops's Tbmioral Power. Henry V.
(the Count do Chnmbonrd), has issued n pro
nunciamenta, dated Venice, January 25, 1800,
Oitonsibly addressed to .M. Villcinnine, in
compliment to his recent work in favor of
the temporal power of the Pope, but actually
intended as n challenge to Napoleon III.
Henry V characterizes the abrogation of the
Pope s temporal authority as tho death-knell
of monarchy and of- the l'tbman Catholic re
ligion. ' '
Suicide fiiom Waht. James Webb com
mitted suicide in Buffalo, N. V., on Sunday,
by cutting his throat with a bread-kniie for
luck of food and employment. Ho had mode
several previous ineffectual attempts by jump
ing into the canal and hiftking his throat
with a knife.
Ax AhatjYsis ok Onn Mines. The Norwich
(Conn.) Hi-orasnys an analysis of the ore
mines nt vvnwccus mil, in mat town, snows
a result oftd 80 of gold, mid 1U 80 of silver
to the tun; making, in nil, $'20 66 per tun
about equul to the value of hay,
A CiTr FoncKD to Pav i or a Woman's
Fall. Boston is mulcted in $1,000 for dam
ages done to Mrs. Henry H. Morse, by slip,
inng on the icy' sidewafks in January, 1839.
She claimed $ri',00i, it being shown tlu.t the
lameness was likely to ho permanent,
1 Small-Pox Communicated by Blankets.
A Mr. Boot, of Huutsville, Conn., purchased
a couple of bed-blankets at auction, and soon
ufter carrying them home, one of his children
broke out with the small-pox, caught, it was
thought, from those blankets. . .'
Flagg on the Constitution.
Mb. Fl,Ano, of. Hamilton Cottnty nas
damned tho Constitution of Ohio. The doed
was done In the House, on Thursday. A bill
to build a new deaf and UumB asylum was
under consideration, , A Mniber raised a
constitutional objection. Upon this, the evil
spirit entered into Mr. Flags;, And he ejacula
ted" Damn the Constitution I" We art de
termined not to be carried away by our feel
ings, but to relate this ralmrjr. t We would
ask Mr. Fingg if his constituents sent him to
tho Legislature to "damn the Constitution;"
nnd if it is just to represent the pious people
of Cincinnati to the assembled wisdom of the
State ns a Constitution-damning: constitu
ency? ' .. '
Wo would inquire, more in sorrow than in
anger, whcthcr,when he took the oath of office
as a legislator, to support the Constitution, ho
meant to "damn tho Constitution.' To be
sure, Mr. Flagg said he meant damn In apious
sense; but if we understand what damning in
pious sense is, and we think a pious educa
tion warrants us in saying that we do, we
can not sec how that helps the Constitntion
or relieves M r. Fingg. Damning in a pious
sense is the warmest yet discovered. ' ' 1
We are shocked and grieved that a repre
sentative of this city of churches and sabbath
schools, where religious Instruction Is cried
about the streets, where the Oatetle is the
defender of the faith without reason, and tho
Sunday Enquirer expounds the exact bound
ing between faith and reason, should, in the
Council of the State "dnmn the Constitution,"
that precious work which bottled tip, corked
and scaled the entire wisdom of theHUito. :
Mr. Hughes, of Butler, ould hardly believe
his oars, when ho hoard this "pions"' pro-,
fanity; yet Mr. Hughes, of flutler, ought to
have confidence in his ears. ; So inquired if
he heard, nright, Mr. Flngtf damn Ihe Coa
stitution. "Doubtless you did,"Baid the dan
mer, "in a decent sense." , Kr. Hughes, of
Butler, subsided, faintly ejaculating "It's
worse than Lloyd Garrison.'! Infinitely
worsej yet, of nil the assembled wisdom of
the State, which is consecrated every morn
ing with prayer, not ono seemed to care a
"damn" for the Constitution, except Mr.
Hughes, of Butler. 1 '
The bill (.Judge Key's) to authorize the
Commissioners of Hamilton County to tako
the boarding of prisonors out of the hands of
the Sheriff passed tho House on Friday,
and now that the responsibility is on the
Commissioners, to cut off the perquisites,
they must expect to be looked .after. Sharp.
The people of Hamilton County will not
stand a mere transfer of profits from one
party to another, but the cost of the support
of prisoners will be watched, and WrH-be used
in the clcctiou of Commissioners. 1 -
The bill to change the compensation ,of
County Auditors from fees -to" salaries; Was
killed in the House. This was a bull-headed;
.measure, jiiining jo. 4-tvealwe--tffOab5'
but without the capacity or indnstrr to re
vise the fees nnd reduce them, therefore pro
posing to sncrifice the system of payment by
fees, which is indispensable to the adminis
tration of the ofHce, and substitnto that of
salaries, graduated liy the population or tue
counties, with salaried clerks at the discretion
Of the Commissioners. Tlio Honse did well
to kill it, and ono would bo tempted to think
that one who would load his retrenchment
bill with a measure so utterly uncalled
for as a change in the system of payment,
from definite fees to salaries indefinite in
number, could not havo been very anxious
for its passage. -
A bill was introduced in tiio House', Fri
day, to lease the entire public works for ten
years, to Messrs. Nugent, .Miller and Robin
son, who oiler to keep them in repair and
pay $200,000 bonus for the revennos.
On Saturday a bill was introduced in the
Senate to provide for purchasing and distrib
uting tho fourth volume of CurwiTVs Re
vised Statutes, and the general appropriation
bill was engrossed. The House passed a bill
to provide for levying a tax to build bridges
on turnpike roads, ami indulged in consider
able miscellaneous legislation. ,
Selling Goons, not I'uixciplks. New Yore
merchants havo not yet forgotten the sensa
tion produced in mercantile circles, during"
tho Castle Garden excitement, by the public
announcement nindo by Mr. Henry C.
Bowcn, (of the well-known silk-house of
Bowcu & McNamcc.) that tlio firm had re
solved to "sell their goods, not their princl-'
pies." A few days ago n slavcholding Ken
tuckiun, after buying a bill of goods at this
same establishment, (now Dowcu, Holmes &
Co.,) went into tho private ottico for a con
versation with tlio leading members of the
firm, on certain subjects connected with the
saving of the Union. Tho Kentuckinn main
tained his side of tho question with some
earnestness, until lie wild interrupted by the
sudden ent rance of a western man, a stranger
to both parties, who, without wailing to in
troduce liimself, said to Mr. B., "'I have come
to get a silk dress for my wife." "We don't
sell nt retail," was the reply. "I can't help
that," said the stranger, "I am in from the
West, nnd I want to buy my wife a dress
from the mnn who soils his goods, and not
his principles." Mr. B. called one of bis
clerks, and directed him to show the gentk
mau the finest silks in tho cstablisniront.
The Kentuckinn put on a look of ln-diorou
surprise, and, on resuming his conversation,
changed the topic of discourse.
. Z z T . r, y
A Fkmale Fashionable TniEr. LnslwceK,,!
in New Orleans, a young huly of respectable
connection, aud wealthy, was detected ill the
act ot stealing a gold portc-moiiuaie from
jewelry store. A bill for tho article was sent
to the hotei where she was living, when she
denied hnving bought nnything of the kind,
and even assumed an air of indignation.,. The
proprietor of the store then called upon
gentleman relation of the lady's, under whose
protection she was, nud explained the cir
cumstances of the nll'air. Ho went up to the
lady's room, nnd quito a scene followed, re
sulting in her confessing not only this hot
also a number of other similar pecndilloesk
returning all the stolen nrticles nnd stating
from whom each was taken. They wore all
returned to their proper owners. i :
A Man Dyinii on His Own GnAVK.w-Aa
old nnd respected citizen, John Marsohalky
died suddenly nt the Cemetery of the Ever-
: oH..,.i.i.,n xr r J....
Lfruens, in JMuwfwju, ... i ., ioid uiiidi ,T v-
11U lllld Ull U Vlftlb il UIO I'UUII-IUIJ- lll!U
grandson, and, seating liimself on n tomlv.
stone to the plot owned by himself, tell book
nnd expired. He hud bitterly beon treated
for dropsy nnd disease of the heart, nud it
supposed he died of the latter disease,
A Royal Marriaua CoNTRAiiinTKD.-sJriTe-T
Court Journal says that tbero is not-the
slightest foundation for the announcement.
copied from tho Dutch papers, of the np-.H
proacmng marriage oi ine rrmce oi urtuge
with an illustrious British Princess. .
A Pair or Stage-Struck Beauties. Two.
very pretty stage-struck "daughters, of weal
thy parents," in Washington, D. C, were ar
rested on Saturday iu u elopement to1 icvi
York to obtain engagements at the theaters,
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DiimsroK Of. nB FnT Pitt -Cannov.
mi - - . .1
1 no monBicx rcunDuii uesigueu oy .uaj. nui
hiari. United rltatcvarmy, and recently cast
at the Fort Pitt .Tori's, Pittsburg, is" now
being bored., Tho fun weighs soino forty
eight thousand pounds, has a bore of fifteen
inches diametrr, ana thirteen feet nine inches
in length. It has trtuuty-Hve Inches of solid
metal at tho breefh,' making its extreme,
length fourteen . a a half feet. At the
breech, the outside, diameter is four feet, jit
tlio muzr.le, Wentvieiglit and nino-tonth in
designed by Maj. Hod-
ches. It will project n ball of four hundred
and twenty-ono pounds n distance of live or
six mihM, with a tdleptbly act-urn to ran go of
tbnr miles. ro pun approm-mug 11 111 size
has ever before oreaicnst. The largest Kn
glisli guns are murlol of iron staves handed
together. Some brp pieces of greater length
have been cast, hutnofcun of more tlinn twelve
A VlXKNISU WoMAK ON AllVICK TO IIKR Sf.X.
Fanny Fern takes a sharp stick to mule
writers of "books of advice to women." She
says "it is as if some siore-ki-epcr should cut
out and make a quantity of silk dresses wilh
books and eyes nil n-ady to snap round cus
tomers, une won t -meet ai 111c ocit; nnoiner
is short in the skirt; another dr.igs on tlio
ground: another compresses the chest to suffo
cation; till my man of speculation finally
makes up his mind that it wnuhl nave oeen
best to let every woman take her own meas
ure, instead of wriggling through life in habits
of his choosing, without remird to the way
the Almighty put her together.
We would suggest to Fanny that now-n-days
the Almighty has less than the milliner
to do with putting women together.
Thrilling Incidcht at a MuniiKH Trial.
A singular incident occurred in tho Ohio
(Va.) County Court, recently. It nppenrs
that a Mrs. Mast was placed upon tlio sland
to testily in relation to tho murder of her
husband, and that After giving her evidence,
he turned to tho prisoners, and in a voice
trembling with, passion nnd emotion, ex
claimed: "Von bloody villains, you mur
dered my poor husband!'' Tlio impassioned
speech of the wom'sn, proceeding from the
deepest grh-f, was to much for thnsseiiililed
throng, nnd many tn eye was moistened with
tears. The incident pi-odincd a profound
sensation nnd must linvc had its effect upon
Dotn counsel aim jury.
A Fictitious Damsel Kxxvahks Masci i.ive
He arts. A' bogus Zoynrn hns turned up in
Cleveland, Ohio, VMIl'o. JoivmV Leon," the
beautiful nnd accomplished tlnnsensc at the
tlieater there,- is young man.
splendid deception' can hardly be imagined.
Leon hns the fineness nnd symmetry ol limb,
the pbnnpnessof nnrl, the fullness ot shoulder
And bosom, so cUiluu-terislic of the weil
formed girl. His hair is long, black ami
silkv, nnd the lad ktiows how to dress it in
cnntivatia&c manner. -Leon, ot course,
many lovers. Une. ul- i asinngion, wno,
coureoi has nOvef-seen him-off tin--singe,
sends Leon diamonds, bracelets and silks, and
"wants to so cr lor.sonnllj .''
" f " '
flrppoiiTiNO Power of" Ice. From expe
riments lately made in Oj-riuniiy, tor Hie pur
pose of testing the 'strength, of ice when
pond ot river is. fKezejirrer, it .Appears Hint
wnen itstiiiCKnan-: is4i.incn anil a Halt,
-..ot Kn- Uh .....I..K, .. ........
when about tkreejfnrs nnrf a haj4. it Jl
JinTry.w f if he r ranks
... . .
rather' wide apart: with a thickness of
inches, eight-pounders can be conveyed over
it on sledges-, 5JS inches will bonr l'j-pound-cra;
8 inches will bear '24-poundcrs; and
thickness of 12 inches any weight at all.
Tiif Housr or .Miciiaei, Akgelo. The
house of Michael Angelo, at Florence, which
is filled with work oP Art, has become the
property of that city by the bequest of Signor
Buonnrotti, ono of the great sculptor's de
scendants. As some opposition was made
Signor Buonnrotti's heirs, the Tuscan Gov
ernment settled the matter by paving them
four thousand scudi. It is stated that among
the treasures thus become public property,
are several unpublished works by M. Angelo,
in prose and verse, and a mimlier of letters
from his illustrious cotcinporaries.
Discovkry or A Petrifibd Body. A iiiun
'berof laborers have been engaged fur many
days, removing the dead from tho ground
the First Baptist Church, in La Grange Place,
Philadelphia. One coffin was opened,
which the body was found to be nlmost wholly
petrified. It was that of a man, apparently
about forty years of age, nnd although it had
been in the earth about ono hundred years,
the countenance was as smooth and placid,
and his snow white hair as perfect, ns the day
it was placed in its final resting place.
An Exoitko Soothxiis Koitou. Hahihto
ton, of tho Southern Confederacy, is smarting
under the criticism of tho Southern press.
Alluding to a number of them, ho holds that
whenever editors "indulge in improper, dis
courteous id severe language, all war
wards should . cease. 'An. appeal should
'made to that code which should govern
gentlemon the Code of Honor." .
Homa Hbathbns. An old clergyman, one
Sunday at the close of tho sermon, gave no
tice to tho congregation that, in tho course
Of a week, heexpeutud to go on a mission
the' heathen. One of the deacons, in great
agitation, exclaimed, "Why, my dear sir, von
have, never told us. one word of this before.
What shall wo do?" "Oh,.brother," said the
parson, "1 don't expect to go out of town."
"Great f)ci,iNR in European Emkikatiox.
Tbo decline in the emigration from Europe
to this country is very striking. tnlHotmorc
than three hundred and nineteen thousand
foreigners arrived nt New York. In
vl 1858 only about seventy-eight thousand
landed in that oily, nnd in 185'J about the
Child Choked to Death by a CiiEnnY-
stoni. On Sunday morning a child belong
ing tv Samuel West, iff Franklin County,
Penn., while eating some dried cherries,
seemed to choke on the seed of one of
cherries, nud died instoptly, boforo medical
aid. could be summond to bis relief. 1
: EXTENSIVI AND DaUWU RoBBIKY.-rThe
Geneva Qatetl says Joseph Fulton was rob
bed Thursday night of $2,000 while stopping
at the honse of a friend near that city. There
were four of the robbers, who gained admit
tance after knocking down the owner
Aocupant) of the bonse.-. v : iii.-iyi-. ra
' A Waooihh LioiHLATft.-'A'wag in
Massachusetta- Leghuature thinks that
Unite should grant money enough to make
the Hoosne Tunnel A little deeper then
into it all Its ardont friends, aud seal up
k i 'I ' IT I I " I J
'A SraiKAniDiu niriM a PAooes-
ikh(. A young lady naoied Bigejow,
'Was in the proceneion of the strikers at Linn,
one day of last week, died, tue same night
of croup, caused by her exDosiure, to the. wind.
I sleet And mud. -" ' --i-l-i - '
Two MoBKf of HAY,.-Tlil5re' oro
things which, wjll tniiftsiis luipfy jn this
if we attend Ne thein. TU firat is never
vnx ourselves shout wljat we oun't help;
the second, neter la orse Ires about' w
we eon heln. -
RIUOYaL of 1 JUDGE. When
Judge Stump was removed from the Balti
more bench, bji the XegishAure. A number
lli membvrs, with tears in their eyes,
it Ure nioM piiufti set .of their lives.'
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Wasnixoth. March 10. The Tarilf
reported on Monday,. by one or two expedi
ents. If. States arc' railed, Mr. Morrill, who
has it in charge, will offer it from Vermont:
if Committees ho culled, Mr. Sherman will
present it from tho Ways and Means, under
the new rule. -
The Miscellaneous Appropriation bill passed
tho Ways and. Means Commitce to-day, nnd
will be prccnicd to .the House to-day. The
Naval nnd I'oslofllce Bills arc tho only two
remaining in tho hands of the Committee.
The following is n list of cadets Appropria
te! at large, by the President, for lHW:
1. Kdward Willonghby Anderson, son of
tho late James W. Anderson, distinguished
in Florida aud Mcxico.and mortally wounded
at the bal tie of Churuhusco.
I'urdct A. Turrett, son of the Into dipt.
11. A. Turrett, Who died in service in 1H15,
and nephew of Mnj. Turrett, of the mnrinc
corps, n ho was breveted for gallant conduct
at Clieiiullepee. ' . .
:i. Charles K. Moore, son of a soldier w ho
has been fifty years ill the army, having
served out I'.iiihtully nine enlistments.
4. Joseph L. S. Kirby, son of the late Major
It. M. Kirby. who was twice breveted for
gallantry in the war of 181'i, and died, in
service in 18-S'J,
5. Alexander Sanford Clark, sou of Major
John Ji. Clark, who catered the service in
1N1J. and died of yellow fever while in com
mand of Hie Castle, of San Juan dc I'llon, at
Vera Cruz. . ' '
-0. I'rniicis W. Footc, son ot the late Dr.
Lymnn l-'oote, who was thirty years in the
nr'niv, and died ill the service in J84t, on the
J. Walter Abbott, son of the late Commo
dore Abbott, of tho Navy, who was dis
tinguished at the battle of Lake Champlain,
nml died in Ifl.V), while In command of the
Kast India Squadron, ot disease contracted in
8. William Waller, grandson of President
Tyler. . ...
0. Joseph W. Fetherstep, son of Major E.
II. Alexander, who was twice breveted for
galliot conduct in Mexico, and commanded
his regiment nt tho storming of tho Helen
j in. James Wayne Cnylcrj'son of Surgeon
John M. Cnyler, who had lieen twenty-five
years in the army, and was aistinguisiiea in
several Indian campaigns, nud in the Mexican
' War. where bo Tterved (lcneral Scott's line
I from the siege of Vern Criu to the rapture of
the t itv ot .Mexico.
I T!,n il..,r.onnrl Itili n-ltich lincanil lllO TTolICA
w"-a referred in tlio fsenntc to the i ommitiec
on ruiilic l-amls. mat i nmmiiiee recom
1 mended the striking out of the enacting clause
and inserting tho bill drafted by .Mr. Johnson,
. of Tennessee.
Mr-Johnson'sbll1 """tea Among those who
shall lime the licnctit of public lands; single
men over iwoiiiy-on years oi ngc, nunin?
without ciiiKiren, aim foreigners woo iinij
declare their intentions after the passage
I he bill, and only allows those who are recip
ients of lands ntider the bill to receive alter
Tho House bill excludes the parlies tinmed
above. It is said the Republicans will accept
Johnson's bill if thoy can not get that one
which passed the House.
Wahiiixoton, March 17. We have New
Orleans dates of Tuesday last. By tho fire
!,,!,5,0P ""I'S j" "lLf 'V',rc
L" , ," "-'-"--;".'.
A 11 tlio loiililionra in Tlll ninck nliovn I nil.
gross, and west of Main-street, except four,
i were burnt, and on the opposite side of Main
, street, the entire block, except six buildings,
was burnt. The large wholesale cstablifni
i ment of Kilsey, Sites & Co., was distroyed.
The loss is estimated at $225,000.
I The President has recognized Archibald
i Foster as Consul of llrazil in Hoston.
! The L''?i'"''om says the misunderstanding
' existing willi New Grenada may now be re
' gurded as definitely and permanently settled.'
In the Criminal Court, Herman Jarowitz,'
1 ? .loyes, tried on the charge of obtaining
- money (ind other valuables on the false pre
tense "that he was a German Count or Bnron,
has been found guilty. lie had extensively
' figured in cities north of Washington.
The Charleston Convention.
Baltimohi:, March 17. A gentleman just
from Washington says tlmt the feeling of the
Democratic National Committee strongly
favors having the National Democratic Con
vention meet nt Baltimore, as it appears to
impossible lur the large masses of the people
likely to attend to get accommodations
Charleston, even at most exorbitant prices.
Prominent citizens offer to furnish the
.Maryland Institute and several other large
halls, for committee-rooms, delegations, &c,
free of cost: and all tho hotels and cntinir-
hoii'es havo iniule a pledge to make uo uii--L
Vance in rates, i lie-ritraens, also, witnout
distinction of party, will throw open their
doors for the uccoinmodation of the vast
As a further inducement, the Baltimore and
Ohio liiiilrond, nnd those connecting with
from the West, will reduce tho rates of fare
Pi iTHiiuito, March '17 P. M. River six
feet by the pier-mark, und falling. Weather
clear and pleasant.
Louisville, March '17 P. M. River re
ceding slowlv, with eight feet in the Canal
nnd six feet in tho l'nss. Wcnther clear and
St. Louis, Murch 17 P. M.-HJiver fulling
at I lie rate of six inches in twenty-four hours,
with nine feet in the channel to Cairo. The
upper rivers arc reported falling. The Illi
nois has eight feet ii) tho channel. Tiic
Mississippi lias five feet in the channel, be
tween Quincy nnd Keokuk, and six feet be
low (juincy. There nro three feet six incites
on the Lower Rapids, nnd tho river is open
to Lake l'epin. The Missouri is becoming
low, with four feet six inches from .Weston
down, and four feet nliovo Weston. The
weather is vicar, dry and very warm,
mercury marking from li0 to 05" in the mid
dle of the day.
Attempt at Poisoning.
: Meloy's Station, March 17. Daniel Hay
den, a resident nf this county, was arrested
to-day, charged with nu attempt to poison
one Ash worth nnd family. The attempt was
made about a year ago, by putting red pre
cipitulc, corrosivo sublimate and arsenic
corniucal, which, however, was not taken
the family, owing to tlio peculiar smell of
poison. A few days since Hayden, in a state
of intoxication, disclosed the affair. A for
mer wifo of Asbworth died. A few. months
previous to the attempt at poisoning, and
is supposeu. sue wus poisoned.. Aueepmnlico
has existed between the parties for years.
Steamboat Explosion—Several Lives Lost.
s Savaknaii, March 17. Ou Monday night
last, the steamer . N, Jrmni'njCnr Hawkins
villa, on the Ocmulgce River, exploded. All
the crew are missing; - Captain Taylor is
safe. KWht negroes and five whites -wore
lost, and several . others were . wounded.
Among the white passengers known to be
Jtilicd, aro Joseph Williams, John Hurrell
and Jacob Parker, all cil'iEens of Pillfair
Cotmtjr. All the heavy' freights on board
the steamer Were saved, and the light freight
ruined,. The steamer was uninsured.'
Y , , ,
i.ouKpoBT, ifcusuMs, jsti'U 1 1. jv. nre in
this city.hut niirht destroyed Winnebago
Hall and several puUdings adjoiuiug. Loss
estipiated.at $0Q,00Oj jiuuriiuoe for $13,600.
Supposed to be the work of an-inecodiury. -
From St. Louis.
Sti Louis, March 17. The ilnilrond Bill
passed the Senate yeslcrdny.
L A gentleman linn New Mexico says that the
Navnioo Indians have taken n very hostile
position, having stolen nil tho stock In the
Itio Aslibaioc District. (Ivor one hundred
thousand sheep And large qualities of other
stock havo been run off during the winter.
The ontirc nation is combined in this hostile
Colonel Fiiuntelroy was preparing an ex
pedition against these Indians. He was ex
pected to tako tire field in person sonic time
Governor Bencher has organized volunteer
companies to protect the cili.cn5.
A steamer from the Illinois Itiver states
that Moore's warehouse, containing seventy
five thousand bushels of corn, and two other
warehouses, also full of corn, were on tire ut
Havana yesterday afternoon when she parsed
down. No particulars.
The Lynn Strikers.
Boston, March 17. The strikers of Lynn
made a great turmoil in procession to-dny,
numbering over O.ooo. The spectators were
double that number.
Several hundred banners were borne by
the strikers, both, male and ti-mulo, and the
city was decorated in many places with flags
The procession composed, besides nil the
strikers of Lvnn, several military and lire
companies, with bands of music, and delega
tions ol ladies irom nivampscott, .uaroicnead,
Dnnvcrs, Saugus, Bending, Stonehnm, Vn
burn, Beresly, Salem, nnd other places.
The weather. was delightful, and the pro
ceedings were very grntifv ing to the psrtici
pairts. . " -
Arrangements for European
of the Associated Press for obtaining foreign
news at Cape !are, the ensuing season, me
nearly completed, aim will proimmy ne in
operation about the middle of April.
The steamship Vandtrbill, which leaves
here on Saturday next, will leave Southamp
ton April IS, and will the first boat to deliver
news. Mio will nnng the result ot the
llecnnn nnd Savers fight, which will be tele
graphed from Cnpo Unco to nil parts of the
Wilson nnd Hull, w ho recently, in J, minister,
Penn., kidnapped n free negro, John Brnwn.
and tried to sell him in Maryland, have been
arrested in Baltimore, and held in Silo.isin
bail. Brown has been sent back to Lan
A mini nmiieil .lames I- ishcr. hoti-l-kccpcr
nt McAul's i-'errv, who cimcealed the-kid-
unoped negro in his house, m nlso been
MoN-mEAL, March 17. The second rending
of tho bill providing for n subsidy of the
Cnundinn Ocean Mail Steamers w as carried
by seventeen majority.
. 'The grunt to tlio Montreal Telegraph Com
pany has . been amended by tho power being
given to tho Government to treat with other
companies for the extension of the telegraph.
New York, March 17. E. fl. Little k Co.,
Stork Brokers,- dealing principally in New
York Central, failed this morning."
Honnini.E Fate A Man Burieo Amve.
Lnsf week, while-engaged in removing the
Collins from the German Lutheran Ccmctnry
in Albany, N. Y the men came across one
Containing the body of a man named AVertz,
who died and was buried about eighteen
months since. From some cause or other,
persons present wcro prompted to open the
coltiiij and when they did so, imagine their
surprise on beholding the body face down
ward, and the fingers of the man grappled in
his-hnir. From this it is evident that Wcrtz
had been buried alive, nnd in bis agonies of
distress on licconiing conscious nf his en
tombment, had tortured himself into the po
sition described. .
Decrease ok Slaves in Delaware. Dela
ware is rapidly getting rid of her s1.ivcj.
She had eight thousand at the first census,
and but two thousand two hundred at the
last one. Their owners find it inoie profit
able to sell them at the South than to keep
them.- Suffolk County alone ships to the
South, on an average, six per week, or two
hundred and twelve a year. Every census
shows a decrease of ten per cent, in t lie slave
Pi:nso.XAL Descrii'tion ok Kit Carson. A
Western letter says ot'Kit L'arsou: When on
his feet.'MrrCarsnn hns n somewhat dumpy
look the result of what the Iloosier girl
doscribed in Mr. Donglan ns nn "iu-'-nite
small chance of legs;" but he sils upon a
horse like u. king. I never saw a man pre
senting a mure regal aspect than this veteran
mountaineer, when upon his favorite animal,
dashing along like the wind.
A DounEimy's Mistake. A droll little af
fair happened iu Montgomery, Ala., a few
days since. A n officer had arrested alruukcu
man, and was on his way to the lock-up,
when tho prisoner violently assaulted him.
A gcn!)cu'iuu happening by thought it was
a "set-to," nnd attempted to separate them,
when another oflicer arrived on the scene of
coiubut and arrested him fur attempting to
rescue I lie prisoner.
Stbaniie Situation for a Heart. An actor,
culugir.ing his mistress one day, . indicated
by bis manner n somewhat dilfcr'cnt position
of the heart. He went on thus: "The angel
I have her picture here I always wear it
next my heart!" And here he produced the
precious Daguerreotype, not from his bosom,
but from a pocket iu the tnil of his coat!
The Massachusetts Cattle Distemper,
The distemper now prevalent among the cat
tle in Massachusetts, to which wo have al
luded, is whnt is called the jiU uro hici-.-mi.
The disease has liecn known abroad for
some time, whence it has been imported here.
Inoculation to prevent the spread of it has
long been practiced there with success.
Delicacy ok Parisian Speculators.
second unsuccessful attempt has been made,
at Pnris, to sell, nt auction, Luniartinc'sestnte
at Mcaux. Nobody would bid, lieenusc no
body wished to be looked upon as tho disin
herited of tlio poet. Such delicacy nnd po
liteness nre not found iu real estate specula
tors outsido of France.
An Inoiunant Wife. Dr. Sehroedei"tricd
to elojie from Stratford, Ct., last-week, with
a young lady, who changed her mi ml after
they had started, and turned back. Tho re
pentant doctor then (rjujrht again tho bosom
of his family, but hi wife refusod to receive
him again either to favor or her arms.
Another Victim or tub Pemrertov Mills.
In excavating the ruins of the Pemberton
Mills, the workmen, on Saturday cnmo upon
tho body of Ilniley, nn Eiiplishnuui, ho had
bcon missing bIiico tho disaster. The body
bore no mni KS of violence, nnd it Is supposed
that be was suffocated. . . , , .
Extihsivs Robbery o Hank Fdnob.
Friday last about 5,0(j) was stolen from ex
press pockageti of $13,000, iu Attica, N.
The iackuge weio -sent from Wvoming
County Bank, and the money was tsWa while
it awuited the arrival of the cars.
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