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THE CINCINNATI DAILY rilESS ll delivered to
snliecriborfl In Cincinnati, Covington and
Ji JJJArMmMM elites and town, at I .lil
the extremely low
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VOL. IIIKN). 27.
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FKIDAY MORNINO, MAKCH 23, 1860.
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miCE ONE CENT.
WOOD'S THEATER-CORNER SIXTH
ASH VIK-HTHKKT8.-Jolw A. tluui
Jr., .ole Miinavcr and Le.u'e.
I'RKnK or ADMiNiioii.-lrea Oh-cle Shd I'arfiuelte,
J0 cent.; (Jallorr, 23 rent:
Doore open lit ti'u o'clock ; curtain rlees lit T,
BENEFIT OK l H. OHAKmAU.
THIS KVKNINIl, Mrch. 21, til reforms htc wril
.THE UC RAN CTI 1 1, t;
Harry Il"tm, Mr. (hiinfrnn i Captain Sturdy, Vr,
Hi-nil .Ini'k Helm Neptune. SI r. Lniiffdnn ; Mnry
'.'.'J'"' 'l!'- Iill"l. r i Kate, Al l Denlunu i Margery
' O Trot, Mm. (iilhrrt.
After which Hie the new local extrarnganza ot ' ''"
Oi, Tiir. Mahaobk in Sr.vHrii or XovgiTr.
Irl.h Hoy, Mr. Cluinfritu; Manager, Mr. Fl.hcr;
laokeevlal. Mis. Di'iilutm; Faiihinii, Ml.. Waito;
Novell) , Hum Irving; toi-tunc, Mies Evorltt.
Dance Mix Kate l'cnnoycr.
To toliclndo with ' i ' i i ' t I , I i,
' - ULANCE AT SEW YOltK.
Mow, Mr. (Uianliauj liiome l'etrlken, Mr. Etleler;
Ll.is Ml.s Knuny Dcnhnlil.
Tlui piece cndii with the great Are scone.
Inactive prcpimitlnn.il new Spectacle, em passing
niivrhinu ever attempted In thl. tllv.
A mmihcr of competent chorl-ter. wanted. Apply
.111. iroilU .AH1III1V, JIL'IIWI' OI I'.UU.'.ira.
1 K F.'N O PER a-hots E-FoVr TH-
MltKhr, iR'tMi'i-n s iiliiut hiiiI Vine. S. S.
iKf, l'mprietor; K B. I'ogWAystagv Manager: t.
II Baetar, Tri-nsurrr. ;
Doiii-h open t 7 o'vlock ; onmnionce nt Vi.r,
. DKNKKIT OKMKM. EMMA WAliI.EB, v ;
Who wfll nppciir an " Mnrinnn, Duclicpti of SInlH,"
MB. WALLEK . . .. ,.
1 A As V rcirdioauil, Iinkt of IWiibrlK.'"- ' '
THIS KVKNINO, Marrh 2, will ha prwntcd
Wilift r iriiL'tniy, In liv iuiM ntllt
. THE DUCHKSg OF MAI.FI. .
Marlkinr: Ktichcw tf Main, Mr. WiiMit I Fcnlinamr,
Hiikc of Cnliilirla, Mr. Wullpr; ( aidlniil Oraaainni,
Mr. Iiitniitfaii ; Antonio. Mr. Chaplin : Ilt'lio, Mr,
Uam.tt ; liiu kila, Ml White.
To romlmli with ' ' '
- Till-: WANDERING MINSTREL.
Join Haiti!, with the inr of " Villlki-nn anil hi Di
nah. V Mr. Daviilffti ; M r. Crliiknm, Mr. Iiainlftan ;
lleflwrt Carroll, with Hong, Mina Crocker.
Mlm JOEY GOCOENIIEIM la engaced. and will
makii her lirnt npia-aralieo.on Monday titutit.
A new Hetmitiotml Drama la In active preparation,
entitled "Siimh, the Creole."
hi aetlve preparation, tho beautiful play of "Tin
Wife H Secret."
X new iiinl goraeoua Hpoctacle la In preparation,
and will ehortly ho produced in a atylo of uuexaiu
pled Hplrudor. - , , ,
WAwan One bunilred Tonnff Lnilleiilor a RTflnd
forlliciiiuinfr Spuetncle. . Apply at the Jlox OOlce.
I KKN ,,1'ITY HAI.T,-COH. EIGHTH
lur ubui nuey
Itei-pectfullv nnnouncee that hevlll ffive one of hln
FAHIHONABliK ENTERTAINMENTS, '
At the ahovo Hull, riniaNtluiEt of ropulnr Keainir
anil JKccltutinii un VitlDAf EVENINO, March
Ailmliloii -JiT ocntl. Doors open at X o'clock.
Entertaiuiuent to commence at 7)6 o'clock. ina23-h
rnn'Kfltn- AiiMtssinN.-'-i'imtnetrc nrrre, rarqnotto
and l"l ', 30 iriitu; Aniiihllhi'iitur, it wuUi
J'liVat nnlfi, for Hulit imTihiii,
Hot ttlnco opi'ii from l A. M. until 4 P. M., where
JUKT KKt iLlV KII, A CHOKJK LOT OF
thorotiffhly ttttcil by experienced
(tiitnrtHtH 'fttiil Violfnintn, and pro-
JIOl.D illKOATi PIANOM-TIf E BKHT IN
Kin tiil-iirt Ion (Viiit-crt I'ukm, prof
iiniuici'd Ny LirttzTlmlborKHii'lutlirr
im-ut urtistH tho vnt in rxintpiw.
Wi will null luwcr f"r chhIi ttiiiii Tiny thtr i1p!r In
tliocity. l'iimoti mid BMmlt'tm timed ninl repaired
(liurcHtglilv, Pinny tr let r from ;$A tiitlfl Mfuiur
If uocnl iiiMt riitiielitn ttvlliiia ut hnll-nriitm. Dt)
ut buy or rnt n I'liiuu until yuu havu cuiiuU tuid ojs
nuiiucd thu ubovp.
Bltl l TINfJ k IinO., Solo Affontx,
IMnnu Di'dlorn mid Mtikent.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
FKICE T(0, 00 WEST HEVEXTH-ST.
ht'tweuR Vine and Ibu-e. - lteniileiioi Nmi. HA
.Seventh-atreet, lietween Wnlnnt and "Vine. . Ofliue
lluura Vi tHJ.Jl. W taKi V- M.j 7to 8 P. M.
n.i5 a08VINE.8TH.EET. '
'. J. TAFT, yr:. :';.)
' (Succer(ir to Knowlton k Taft,)
J 12 :v rjo ist;-'
cp24 CINCINNATI, O.
of Theory ami Practice of Medicine In the Kc
lectlc Medical Institute, Rlvee fipeciikluttenttou tnth
treatment of OHHONIlf DISEAStSB. Otltee, Vt t
Vlne-Htreet, near .Fourth. OUlco houra 10 A.M. to
l'a P.M. . lil-cin. ,
' CII VULES II. WOLFF & CO.,
WII0I.E8ALK DKAIJiBS IN J f.
No. 145 Walnut-street,
BETWEEN THIRD & FOURTJI-STS.,
Invite the attentluu of ( j . ) -To
their large and carefully-tolecteil stock of
FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS
3? PER CEI.T.'Sj5flS1-
FOR GROCERS, DRUGGISTS, BAKERS, ETC
FROM No. 1 TO 83, INCLUSIVE. "
f NIXON &. CHATFIELD, ...
Wboleaale Paver Uenlera,
'j . , n 79 walnnt Streot,
r HARRISON & COLLINS S
1 K T If A I, 11EB-H1VB UALLKliY,
J corner of Kilth tiud Vitri,.rtw, rmt"ffi iiih,
Mtiliiiiiot'iwa and Ambrotyiws tnkBn cheaper than
rUi'Mlit-it in tho city. Oil Uolorcu Phuioffraplii
nirt'ln uf all xi'utt, from lifo to tho mnulloMt u.iniuture.
I'irturoti jH iilly m-t in Ijoi-ketu, BruuHtpitui, Fluger
rdiKHaiidUtttwlota. All wuik warrautul,
mH.yV , - A, 8. BliiMrM, Artfrtt.
OOHE'rt :0 HEWINO BIAC1UNK
r'HJK removed u No. vi
I WO F
ui th -iro
wll and wltnoioJ the uMiatlon of tlialMat lumi
Hewing Machine In ue. Ageuta wjinteii.
Jl. (7. HI' IITMAN, i
Bole and exclllalre Altent tut tho Uulted StatatA
J5 17 hox yery aiiuerior BpantiiU Olivet,
A. McDonald a oo.
ftrt, and Uriinch m Wet Fumth-atnyt
T.r,H. H. HALHWIN, A1
WW i'-.l-VwL'l l.llll AT l.AW
- ... i . . ... .1... ll.. p ... Mini I iiiiiiiinii i'ii-hh i.ouri..
Bunk Uuililiue, uoilhme.1 Mw of Alaltt eud
"Cooper Wells,''! litvMisilsilpt, has been
sold for $50,000 to a Louisiana company.
Tlie VlrKini Senntu baa. rejected A Liu to
enslave certain free colored persons.
A New York jury Inst week awarded Titos'.
Kelly MW daniAgcf for being bitten br David
Over 800 lioeslieads'of tona6 rtave'been
shipped froni Cnarlottwille, Va., since Jnau
ary I. ' ' ' -
The number of deaths In Newark. 'N. J.,
last ynr, waa 1,8!. of i which nanrl two!
thirds were Infants. ' ... "" ...
Senator Sumner has subscribed 1100, and
Senator. Scwivrd .$50, to tlicproiiosedstatuetoi
nurnce .uanunt. tkutoit.; ,, ( ( (.lit: I
Charles P. Tidd, one of. John Brown's
original seventeen followers, is said to be
living in Vorcester, Mom. i i
The bricklayers of New York, now re
ceiving $1 75 per day, demand. $2 per day
after the first of April. 1 . , ,
The Grand Duke Michael, brother, to tho
Emperor of Russia, 'has tjeen appointed en
preme chief of the military Schools of Russia.
The ship carpenters of Buftalo hfcve made
a strike and now refuse to work on the terms
heretofore, prescribed by thai employers.' v
Life is sorrowful; the infant weeps as it
comes intp the world, and every succeeding
year' of its life shows wherefore (-'jl:,"
A Philadelphia paper snys of a drunken
negro, who' fell down a cellar-way: "His life
was preserved by his striking his head first."
Mr. Lcib, a politician, recently caned the
editor of the Saturday Review, in Chicago.
Why did'nt the editor, .shoo the arfoandrerj
Sallie St. Clair, the actress, is lvino- nnitn
sick ot the. Commercial Uospitalt in Naehviier
BUD IB IW W IUi:U 1.' . '
Mrs. Hix, of Bedford County term., gave
birth last week to three bouncing girls, one
weighing six pounds, nd the other two four
pounds and a half each, ..
The - Canadian Postmaster' Gtnerrin hoi
isstjad an order to all postraastera in Canada
West, relieving them from any further obli
gation to open their offices on Sunday.
An Irishman once observed that mile
stones were kind "enough to answer your
questions without giving volt any trouble
to ask them.
The ship Annie Laurie, direct from Liv
erpool, has arrjved at Alexandria, whit a
cargo of merchandise consigned to Virginia
merchants. . i
The Persian Embassador and three of his
suite were made Free Masons lately in Paris.
Captain Lynch officiated as interpreter.
Ferukh Khan was also made a member some
Mr Speaker' 'Penningibi luisHntetli fine
mansion tm HPlftce'nth-istreet, Washington,'
and he holds his levees with as much pomp
and ceremony as those of the' President.
A box contuining one hundred, and fifty,
copies of Helper's tinpendina CVtVi,vas burnt
in the public square at High Point, X. C., last
week, xikMiitAi.JjllA. iVSJii
About 30,000 ova of the salmou, from the
rivei Ooop ihTv'ales, hAv' lately been sent
to Australia in order to try the introduction
of the fish in the rivers of that country.
ieStS 'Jf'V1 ?t"hurg,-Virg nla, has
SvS?. l"J!?&DXL L V.?ilege m
Texas, at a salary ol'$6,(J)X par annum
The Covington and Lexington Railroad.
ConipunV hit Ipnid the house of Winslow,
Lanier ft Co., Wokers, of New York; the sum
of $88,000 for commissions, 4c.
A bold buf 'unsMCessfureltorVwsV'me io
rob the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, nt
Westminster,' -Md.." (Sunday, by 'boring
through the door und prying oft' the lock.
The English papers say'that a number of
Bomnn and other coins have lately been dug
up near Oorf'e- tJoetlev 'Amoiig th'emia one
representing, liomulus and Reinus with -the
-A lad,' George w. Clark, while attempting
to jump off from a train of cars in Philadel
phia, last Thursday, fell beneath, and the
wheels passed over him, cutting him nearly
in two. ......
''Thit nhHlmiiAl(leiiifln have refird' t'n7 fbie
Committee-on the -Fonrth-of-July Celebra-'
tton, tlie proposition ot John La Mountain to
fiturt from that (oity-with a balloon' on the
fourth, tor a trans-Atlantic voyage to buropc.
The artbSciBT breedttfg Vf flsn"bns eoenlIy,
been succcjsfially uttenipte,d in Canada..1' The
Letcislature of Cunada passed a fishery act two
years ago, and appointed two superintendents
of fisheries. " ' '
The -Xew- Yovk 'Associatvd Press rhave"
neariv comnioTca tneir new arrangements tor
obtaining news from the steamships passing
Cnpe Race, and before the middle of April
tlie plan will lie in lull operation.
It is reported that it is contemplated to
form a new Itomgn Catholic diocese out, ef
the Northern part of , this. State.' The new.
Bishop' will probably ko located at Water-
' OoUSam. Coale'vtof Hai ttora,5 Cdnn:, has
nceu nnea nve dollars lor snaKing nis nst at
Mr. David (ylaik,ud calling him hard pomes
uuriug ine exciicmeni oi ine taie uemocrai
The nicht ' mall train on "tha Cdlutibus.
Piquaand Indiana rnilroatl narrowly escaped
ft serious accident: night before last, from 4
pile of ruils which had been placed on t'1
track, on the other side of Hiltiard Station,
by an unknown villain. ;'" ' ; . 1
A Hklio or Captain Oook. A Sandwich
Island paper describes a relic of the great
navigator, Oaptaid Cook, which is still in ex
istence there. It is a Biuall trunk about eigh
teen inches long and six wide, and is a nice
little receptacle for letters, papers, Jfcc. It
was given by Captain Cook, to an officer of
one of tho ships accompanying him in his
expedition. . lio iuturn presented lit' to. the
pat ties nowpossessing'it,- who valne" It asd'
niemeuto of a great man.-''"" '' " 4'4'
i ; Maxvre Manukactubsd ruon Biood. In .
the EnKlialf agricultural pipers ajreadvaxtUer
mentH of a' great company in Loudon, who
iiinuufacture manure ftom blood. i ViKY tu'te'
thttt the number, of beasts, sheep, . horses,
calves and pigs slaughtered in. Loudon in
1850 was 821,705; that the yield of blood from
these was 802,000 gullns of whiehp Odams'i
Blood Manure Company received
,u .,i m i i-
A ' itABHosioys Time .. Anticipato.A1?,
ChablihtO!. A lively time Is antifipatcd. at
Charleston, S. 0. A correspondent' of -the
Syracuse (N. Y.) Courier writes from Charles
ton that many of, the citizens are prepuring
themselves with weapons to meet the "shorn-'
ur-liUters" ond "plng-uglies" pf New York
and Baltimore, who huire boasted that during
tltft'sittlng of the Convention1, they mean to
make their prowess very conapiiuogs, "
MAssAcfaoSTTil ' fciuii wit)A' ini Rol'th,
There is. mo pereeptlble falling off in the
Southern trade witp. Massachusetts' accord
inn t the Boston.. Duily AavtrtiMtr, whiah
states as "a fact," that on' Wednesday and
ThursdsV there are rcnortcd to have been iu
Lyniy fifty, buyers, frau. New, utj, he ,
uouui lumiy , oi . jiiein iroia me exueine
South and quite a brisk buiiness Is said to
have bn dune.
Civilization in Utah.
correspondent of the New York
describes a dancing party widen" he httended
at Salt Jjik Cltyi i Tickets of Invitation at
ten dollars eaoh were issued to seventy-five
ftcnllemen oury, permitting each Jo bring
one lrtdy', tlior 'Mj'wafr allowtd'at !t4
dollars extra, but no more on any considera
tion. The writer describes the magnificence
of the. hall and its furniture its Brussels
carpet, lounges, card-tables, paintings and
engravings, chandeliers and full orchestra,
and snysi n - v ) p nn " VT'7
. Into this plae AfKs nshered the astonishVd'
Gentile guests none of us anticipating the.
display or the cordiality everywhere apparent
and sincere. Ptmctnal to the hour, lirigham
was there atfotir o'clock, .Order wurealled,
Bnd with uplifted hands he intoked blessings
on the three re and ten, twice- told, ef old -and
young, who were rendj to snringonto thq
bewitching boards. i
I am sore some of ns were much surprised
with the variety at the social party. The
prayer was rtnlooked fof by the strangers,
and still was there more astonishment when
the prophet stepped down from the stage on
to the boards and led 'off the first' cotillon', j
Brighnm is a great idivuver nni !gmfeflil ,
Everybody went in right good earnest
into the dance, or as a writer in the Moun
taineer expressed it, "put their hearts Into
the light fantastic toe," - At eight o'clock the
invitation was given to the stipper r6om.
The baemcnt of the building was finely
arranged for a supper-room. The walls and
supporting columns were covered with
mountain efeftttten. rfnd'evciv 'where WSerc ',
convenient,; :the mars, and etrities - waved ns
an indication of their love of rountrv. It
not my business to Inquire where every
tiling iiiiuo inim, inn mere was certainly a
display at table that would have-' done credit
in any Eastern city; t . , y, , , .
Covers were laid for two hundred and fiftv
persons. Mine host (Cnndland of the Globe)
was in all his glory, and for the entertain
ment of the patty presented them everv
thing in the following bill of tare:
The supper over, the dancing was resumed.
During the evening there was quite a variety
of songs and duets, and some popular pieces
played by their first musicians. Towards
five o'clock the following morning tho bnll
terminated as it opened, by prayer; and thus
ended the finest party of the scuson, and the
only one of the kind we are likely to witness
here for.many n day.
We can hardly sec the justice of limiting
gentlemen to two ladies, at the party, when
the number of wives is unlimited; but, por
haps, the strict -attention '.required of the
saints to prevent outsiders from pouching oa
their preserves,, when ttiey appear in general
society, makes thia comparative, privation
necessary. :. .
A New Financial Scheme for the "Great
The London correspondent pf tho New
York Timet writes by the lust steamers , -r
, The Great Ewttern is hard and fast in South-.
ampton water, aground, that is metaphori
cally so in the mud-batik of impecuiiiosity
upoamaalilem shore. -1 bar jwrt reeeiteij
au account of the adjourned ordinary meet.
1K VI --. - K.V..V U . O DIIIIIOUVIUCIB, UU &UU
I7K mU ' 1: tit T'.
7th Ult. wTien the Committee of Investto-a.
tion presented their repprt, which was, duly
received and adopted, and also a notice of a
Special General Meeting, to -be bold, on Ibe
and ,he !,, t0 pay tie mortgng.
t tho ressel.for. so it "is broposel to
bronosed to raise
the nomiual .capital of, the Oomnatw from
330,O0O.to 430 000 ."such iucreasod capital
.tor be raised by the1 issue' of shares bearing a
acitnHwiiiuiviueuu urr 111c oruiliury unitrcB
in the capital of the ComiianyJ'i' . I believe,
as it is, the shares are down to one-half.
should thmkthW will make litem worth' about
7s. 6d. the- 4Jomnrlttfe'l-ecommend the1
rectors to be authorized "to borrow any sum
or sums of money not exccjulfiig .X&O.ilOOin
the whole, (coimiileriite; parties)) fp addition
to tlie momeyenlreartyowlhg by the ComJ"
MUiy." They hope also (sanguine individu
als!) to get a lot out of Mr. J. Scott Russell,
under the nendincr arbitration. I wish thev
mtay get itl The Committee next inform the '
snarenoiaers mat ine vessel "lies in noutn
ampton waters, requiring an estimated outlay
of not more than 30,000 to send her on a
voyage ' to America." When she arrives
therej the New Yorkers are expeeted to pay
the piper, in the shape of dollars, for admis
sion. The Committee, in -conclusion, recom
mend a niorrf careful economy, both at the
Company's bak es, ind.on board ship."
Photographs of Ary Scheffer's Works.
Ary Seheffer's work: are distinguished,
says the 'cw York Evening Pott, by a sharp
ness of outline, a simplicity of detail, and an
individuality of oliaacter, that render tWem
peculiarly fitted , for ...reproduction, by en
graving or photographing. A few year ngo
the' hitter process was unknown. But the
results of the discovery of the net, and the
improvements recently, made .in. it,, have
never been njorc :hpptly ilbistrated tlinit in
the series ef photographs'taken ny Bingham
from the original pictures of Svlietl'er's, being
in tact a reproduction, on a small scajc, of nil
the works of this celebrated artist.
Among these photographic representations
will be recognized many of the most popular
ofScheffer's pictures, including bis "Eber
hard." "Faust and his Studio."- "Franccsca
di ttimini," "Christus Consolutor," "Mignon
Regretting her Country," '-'Mater Dolowisa,"
"Dante and Beatrice,!'! "Faikst and Margaret,"
iiT.,i,,i;,,- nf i rik& " ' or.,, i n,
Jfargaret at the
Pbutitain," us well as many not eo:tuluilinr
on this side of. the ocean. Even if viewed
merely as a successful effort in a compara
tively new.ort trjie remarkable jeties'jif bhq
tographs is weil Worthy' of examination.' 1 L
FiNfc Womkm jimH ,C8ofi;B Ci)ABB.fr-In
Boston they have a law aguinst smoking in
fh streets. Jt, ruler principally. to persons
who smoke chean'cignrs; The ladieslovc the
flavor of a "genuine Havana" It is the horrid
low smoke that turns up their pretty noses
with disgust, and turns away their heads in
ineffable disdain. And the cheap smokers
are such horrid brutes that (Jiey nevir regu
late the direction of tbeir foul, puffs by the
bearing of the wind, but emit .noisome Vol
umes that invade the moat extensive bonnets,
and salute the offended eyas uud nostrils of
It he. most sensitive beauty, it-f ; i x.
, : : " ' 'I :'u ' ".,
Dibcovkry or Two or Rembhandt's Pio-TCBss.T-Some
thirty years ago a gentleman
of New York took two old pictures on a debt
of $5. They were renovated and the owner
was offered $50 for them. Subsequently, a
larger suuwtts , etferedi Finally, Bn, 'old in
uerfptiou oh the back of one of the "paintings
WIU ilei iiihereil. and it wos tiitlnd tlliit tlie?
nlctures were. tSvo.iif itejuuraaiU's series,-pf.
the Apos'tles. These pictures i are to bo sent'
to Franca j sale. ' 'it is said that $2,000 have
been ottered for them here., -j tf ()fin tl,,,
.,;! An AtotaMAir on a Spbke. X Flitladbl
nhia Alderman, on a spree the other day, was
carried through the . streets, on a sofa by. bis
cmnies. .' Hvinnathizlnir inquirers were iu-
formed that the occuiantof the furniture had
been badly hurt, and that they were carrying
HI1U w luo uuniiitni.
I ' 1 I nil I
.1 BiLisr to thr Poon. tlie Moyamensing
Soup Society, of, PhiWVihie,.Jiaa distrib
uted, .duriuej tlie paa winter, ',W loaves of
LriuuL hi a cost- fii6 4'J:-5.9oi bounds 'of
ibcef SuO pounds of muttaa, end 7,6w pounds
of corn-meal, neariyiwo tuousanu persons,
adults and children, uy been rslWvtd,
Photographs of Ary Scheffer's Works. The Last Act of the Harper's Ferry Tragedy
Photographs of Ary Scheffer's Works. The Last Act of the Harper's Ferry Tragedy---Particulars of the Execution of
Stevens and Hazlett.
Charlestown (Va.) Spirit Jefferton
gives these interesting particulars of the lust
act of the Harper's Ferry affair:
1 The near approach of the day of execution
seemed to have little effect njion the prison
ers, und for the past few days they were un
usually cheerful, Stevens declaring that it was
his wish to be free, and therefore desired the
day for his execution to arrive. Mrs. Pearce,
the sister of Stevens, was with him up to yes
terday morning, and made a fine Impression
on all with whom she was thrown, by her
lady-like deportment and conduct. On Thurs
day a Miss Dunbar, of Ohlnj arrived in town.
It was said she was engaged to be married to
Stevens at the time of the Harper's Ferry In
vasion, and has corresponded with him since
his imprisonment in thin town. She is a lady
of much intelligence and beauty.
A brother of Hazlett, who resides In Arm
Strong Countyy Penn., also arrived a few davs
ago, and was present with his brother until
yesterday morning. He advised Hazlett to
make a full confession of his connection with
the Brown party, and counselled him to
abandon all hope of a reprieve or commuta
tion of punishment.
Yesterday morning the table was set in the
passage for the criminals to eat, and seated
around were the two men who in a few hours
were to be lunched into eternity, a sister,
and the betrothed of one anoStlie brother of
the other. A solemn least, and one which
was seemingly enjoyed by but two the con
demned. Alter the breakfast had been par
taken of the friends of the criminals bade them
a long farewell and took a enrriacrn fur
Harper's Ferry, where they remained until
the bodies ot the executed reached that
place. - ' 'i ;
At eleven o'clock, the field on which the
scnffold was erected wag occupied by a large
number of spectators. A still larger num
ber, however, remained In town to accom
pany the sad procession. At ten minutes to
twelve o'clock the prisoners made their ap
peoranoo on the field, escorted by the Ham
tramck' Guards, Jefferson Guards and Bntts
Greys.. ', The prisoners walked to the scaffold.
Hazlett was in advance, and ascended the
steps with an easy, unconcerned air, followed
by Stevens. Both seemed to survey with
perfect indifference the large mass of persons
In attendance, and neither gave the least sign
of fean A short time was sent in adjusting
the ropes properly around the necks of the
prisoners, which was improved by them in
taking an affectionate farewell of the sheriff,'
jailor and jail-guard, after which the caps
were placed over their heads, and Aaron D.
Stevens and Albert Hazlett weie lanched
into ctornity, to be dealt with by a judge
i'who docth all things rightly.''
' There was no religious exercise with the
prisoners, as they declined all offers from the
clergy. Just betbro the caps were drawn
over their beads, !Jt evens and Hazlett em
braced each other and kissed. The fall broke
the neck of Hazlett, and ha died without a
struggle, while the knot slipped oil Stevens's
.neck, and he writhed iu contortions for sev
Interesting Incident—Victoria Receiving
the Announcement of the Succession to
Wjlliam IV expired 'about midnight at
Windsor Palace. -The Archbishop of. Can
terbury, with other peers und high function
aries , of the kingdom were in attendance.
As soon as the "sceptre bod departed" with
the last breath of the King, the Archbishop
quitted Windsor Castle, and made his way
with all possible speed to Kensineton Palace.
the residence at that time of the Princess
already by the law ot succession, (jueen
Victoria.. He arrived long before daylight,
announced himself and requested au im
mediate interview with tho Princess. She
hastily attired herself and met the venerable
prelate in lier anto-room, He informed her
of the demise of William, and finally an
nounced to her that she was, in law - and
right,' successor to the deceased monarch.
The sovereignty of the most powerful nation
lay at the feet of a girl of eighteen. She
was, de jure, Queen of the only realm, in fact
or history, on which the sun ever set. She
was deeply agitated at the formidable words,
so fraught with blessings or calamity. The
first words she uttered were these: "I ask
your prayers in my behalf." They kneeled
down together and Victoria inaugurated her
reign, like the young King of Israel in the
olden time, by asking from the Most High,
who rulcth in the kingdom of men, "un un
derstanding heart to judge so great a people,
who conld'not be numbered nor counted for
A Distinguished Prime Minister Nearly
Kissed to Death.
A letter from Milan, dated the 19th ult,,
As soon as the entrance of Cavour in the
box at the Scalo, the night before last, was
remarked, a general cheering and waving of
hundkerchiets and hats followed. All other
mortals immediately lost their attraction,
and the only idea iu the heads of dominoes,
J'ierettes, and debardeun seemed to be to ap
proach the happy Prime Minister who had
sut down in front of the box. The difficulty
was only bow. .
One mask; bolder than her companions,
began to "ayacer" th" great man from one of
the boxes just above the one in which he was
seated. Having attracted his attention, and
finding encouragement on the part of Ca
vour, the mask descended, entered favour's
box, and embraced him there, amid the fran
tic applause of the public. - Scarcely had the
other female masks perceived the success of
their bold companion, when a regular hegira
took place, every one being anxious for the
same honor. , It gave one almost a wish to be
Prime Minister for the time, tor there was no
end to the hugging and kissing of the happy
little man."" ' '
- HoiiniBLE MUBDEB OP AM AUEIll(!A!t IN E.N-
(iLANn. The Detective Police of New York
city hare recently received intelligence of a
horrible murder which took place in' Liver
pool, Knginna, on tue zatn or z-jui oi Janu
ary lost, and from the clothes and papers
found on the murdered man it is supposed by
the Liverpool police that he was an American.
The body was found in the timber-yard of
Messrs. Houghton & Smith the scull bat
tered in, and there were marks of violence all
ovtir the body.- When tlie deceased was last
seen ulivct he was in company with two men
and a cabman at a public house, corner of
Regent Hoad and Sandhill Lane. The whole
party commenced drinking, and after some
conversation, the deceased exhibited a large
sum of money and some valuables. After
ward the cabman withdrew to a corner with
one of his companions, and had a private con
versation of a moment's duration, tho whole
party took a drink and then drove off, it is
pupposed to the timber-yard, where the rob
bery and murder was perpetrated, i .
.tSmauLAB Japakibb Wab Weapon. The
most sincular arm which the Japanese em
ploy in the battle-field, is the war-fan. This
r .. .1 , 4i.
is n nnuer mu ui a inrirer aiao mau usual, mc
sheaths of which are tuade of iron, so that if
fatigued by a violent personal encounter, a
warrior gets oown tor a moment to rest ana
cool himself, und if unexpectedly attacked
he immediately hits his enemy over the head
with biB fun. The pattern on the fan is the
national emblem, a red suu on the block
ground; but the process of fanning one's self
with an iron tan fan not ue cooling. .
(,Dby Goons DiitTfiRS. Of ladies in ft dry
ifoods store, Fanny Fern writes : "The fair
- f creature sit perched side hv side like turtle
j. doves on ft bough. But they are not turtles
aiuiougn eacii may ue imeui on a grand coup
lu tne way ef ft bargain."
The Great Sayers and Heenan Brutality in
A correspondent of Wilket'i Spirit of the
Timet writes thus, on the 2d Instant, from
London: . . , .,: '-:..;'.
, Mr. Falkland and Hcenan I have not yet
seen, both being nt present at a place near
Salisbury, where Hcenan is taking his train
ing. I am glad to be able to say,1iowevcr,
in this connection, that he takes to his work
much better than be did indeed, than he
was able to do in his first preparation for
the fistic circle. He is certainly better at this
early period of his training than he was at
any time previous to bis contest with Morris
sey, and far more fit to light to-day than
when enllcd upon for the encounter on the
memorable 20th October. He is reported by
Jack McDonald, his most competent assist
ant, to be already no heavier than thirteen
stone (182 tbs.), so the danger predicted by
"El Hakim" may be said to have been al
ready passed. McDonald further declurcs
that he will produce him in the ring at twelve
stone seven (175 lbs.), which will appear
somewhat incredible to those who have seen
Hcenan stripped, or to those who have heard
him and his American trainers repeatedly
declare that he could not be brought down to
fight at a less weight than 190 the.
Of Sayers, also, the most flattoring ac
counts are given, and he is reported on all
sides to be as well for the work he has before
him as he ever was for any contest in his life.
Thnt be feels eonfidont of victory you mny
infer from his deportment nt his recent spar
ring exhibition: and that his confidence is
shared by his friends and hackers is also evi
dent Irom tne tact mat the odds are six to
four in bis favor, and that even as high as
seven to four, in ono large amount, has
been offered. I should not be surprised to see
the current odds hold the latter shape for
some time, for popular feeling is so largely in
terested in tho match as an International af
fair, that Englishmen do not seem to care to
bet against their pride. On the day of the
IIUI, UUITBItl, . 04imv. IV O.II1IO 1,.rilll
of the odds, when the coanoteenti tome to see
the light and shade play in the satin-like
Knots ana nonows ot our young giant s tin-
A Woman's Gossip About a Senatorial
A lady correspondent of the New York
Tribune thus writes in a late letter:
A dinner which 1 attended at Senator
Seward's may serve as an illustration of the
stylo on such occasions. At six o'clock we
were set down at his residence; found n number-of
the guests already assembled the
others arriving not long after. A formal
presentation to tne gentleman who is to be
your escort to the dining-room takes place;
you have ft pleasant chit-chat in the drawing
room, during which time, according to eti
quette, you remain standing; you are then
led into the dining-room: a waiter in white
gloves meets yon at the door, designates your
seat, where you find your name attached to
the napkin placed by your plate. The host
then mentions the names of his guests, to see
if they are properly seated.
Turtlesoupis then served; the othercoursos
in regular order, seventeen in number the
plates being changed for euch course: wine
glasses, five in number, of different size, form
and color, indicating the different wines to
be serreu. Tue meats are carvea by the bead
cook, in a separate apartment, and being
placed in silver dishes, are handed to you by
a waiter in white gloves always at your left
Upon entering the dining-room yon pcr
ceivo the table laid with perfect taste, con
taining the confectionery and conserves for
the grund finale; beautiful pyramids of iced
fruits, oranges, French kisses,-etc., all beauti
ful to look at, but dungerous unless vottr di
gestive organs are stronger than mine. '
You are conducted buck into the parlor in
the same manner that ron entered, when
coffee is served and liquors of different kinds.
Sanguinary Finances—$70,000 to be Paid
for Butchering Indians.
to York Courier, from
San Francisco, says:
"Gen. Kibbe, on behalf of himself and his
volunteers, has come before the Legislature
with a bill of $70,000 for his heroic exploits
in Killing inaians. i ne Legislature proposes
to rinv it. hv issninc hnnrla for thn mnmitit.
which bonds are to be presented as. claims
against the United States Treasury.
"inougii not one wnite man nas been
killed in the whole of the pretended battles
with the Indians, it is boasted by parties that
two thousand Indians have been killed within
ten months. It but adds to the horror of the
narrative to refer to the fact that the defence
less creatures are hunted like wolves iu their
native woods, and are butchered like sheen in
a fold when they seek the mercy of their
"As soon as these accounts are audited
here, they will be sent to Congress for pay
ment. 'Before voting upon these chums,'
says the Courier't correspondent, 'I hope
members will read the reports of Gen. Clarke,
Lieut. Dillon, Capt. Flint, and Major John
son. If wholesale murder is to be paid for,
if a bounty is to be set upon ferocity, treach
ery, and brutulity, which degrade white men
below the level of the fiercest savages, let the
mcey be voted; but. otherwise, not a dollar
should be bestowed."' .
Horrible Death Scene of a Beautiful Courtesan.
An unfortunate woman, Nelly Linwood,
was so severely burnt in Memphis last week
by her clothes taking fire, that her life is
despaired of. The Avalanche says: Her
mother, an old lady, who recently arrived in
the city from Georgia, was sent tor and vis
ited her Unfortunate and guilty child. Those
who witnessed the interview describe the
blasphemy and imprecations of the girl as
fearful to hear. She raved and cursed her
fate in an awfal manner, seeming to regret
more the loss of her beauty than to fear the
fatal consequences which she wag told would
ensue. Her great sufferings soon rendered
her delirious, but her imprecations continued,
the sight of her mother seeming to increase
her fury. She is known by her companions
in crime as Nelly Linwood, and is guid to
hare been the most reckless and hardened of
any. , bhe was beautiful, baring light hair,
blue eyes, and a transparent complexion. '
Anothbr Accident to a Submarine Cable.
Almost at the moment when the submarine
cable between Kurrachee and Aden has been
successfully laid, completing the telegraphic
communication between Alexandria ana all
parts of India, a disaster bos occurreed on
another portion of the Bed Sea Telegraph
Company's system npon the, line between
suaKin and Aden. Tne electrio communi
cation between those two points, a distance
of about 000 miles, has suddenly ceased.
Should the injury to the cable not prove sus
ceptible of immediate repair, the service be
tween Snakin and Aden must be performed
by means of steamers. This will involve a
delay ot three days. .
Tm Howling or Docis Cored by Hydro
pathy. A resident of Petersburg, Va., hay
ing for a long time been disturbed by the in
fernal howling of dogs at night, one evening
lust week proceeded to work with lassos and
Buuceeuea iu capturing uiirceen oi ine noisy
curs, and dragging them as fast as he caueht
them to the titer and drowned the wholt
' recrlmfrnt ' ' ' - ' ' '
Swobd o a' Sword-Fish in a Vkum.
The sword of a Sword-fish was found in a
vpssel lately put In1 dock for repairs, which
hud been driven through a double sheathing
.of copper, a plank two and a-hulf inches thick,
and deep into one of the ship's timbers, when
It bad broken short off,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, March 22. The Tribune' t cor
- Marin, who was captured with the steam
ers, was formerly Commodore in the old
Mexican Navy. Our Government is pos
sessed of information of all that passed be
tween Miramon and him, nnd framed Mr.
McLane's instructions under that knowledge.
Ho had credit for $80,000 in one bill, which
was subsequently increased, to purchase
steamers and munitions, either in the United
States or Cuba, to co-operate with Miramon
when the attack from land was made against
Vera Cruz. He left Havana under the Span
ish flag, which was the original colors of the
steamers, but hoisted the Mexican flag. His
movements were known and watched
The British Minister here was Informed of
the intention of our Government to disre
gard any blockade Miramon attempted at
Vera Cruz, and of the extent of Mr. McLane's
Instructions to that effect: and. it is under.
stood, . acquiesced in the policy, on the
ground that Mexican privateers might be
fitted out to the serious injury of tho com
merce in the Gulf.
Nt.w Oblkanh, March 22. The Mexican
mails of the 11th hist., are to hand.
Com. Jarvis, it nnpenrs, first proposed that
if J unrez would place the Indianota and IKon?
at his disposal, he would Intercopt Miramon's
expedition, but he subsequently determined
on a strictly neutral course, unless forced to
An intercepted letter to Miramon says the'
wi'iwii is etmoutjiv inruaieiieu uy me ijiu
cruls, and asks assistance.
The two Spanish men-of-war at Sncrificios
were seen for soveral nights taking war mate
rials ashore for Miramon. Two flags of trace
to the French and British Consuls from Mira
mon had been refused entrance to Vera Cruz.
The steamer Marques' prisoners were
brought before the Fedoral Court here to-day.
The vote of the Special Committee on tho
Pacific Railroad, last night, was as follows:
For one road Messrs. Tticc, French, Fen
ton, Aldrich, Farnsworth, Stout, Phelps,
For two roads Curtis, Blair, Scott, Smith,
Tavlor, Kellogg, of Michigan.
The com mi nine will meet again on Friday.
And perhaps may reconsider this vote, as Mr.
u inter liuvis was aDsent. -o single route
no mutter how or where locuted can pass
the Senate under the existing state of uar-
ties, hence if a bill on such a bnsis be insisted
npon the Pacific road be considered dead this
The President sent iu to-day the name of
n. N. Winston, of Kentucky, as Paymaster
In the army, vice Gaines, deceased, and also
the name of Lafayette J. Brown, of North
Carolina, as Purser in the Nnvy, vice Forest,
Funeral of Gov. Bissell.
QnmJi.n.u. n T. . f t. O, IM.-Jl 1
urninuFiAi,u. mi.., lunicu il. 1 iie iiiuerui
ceremonies of Hou. W. H. Bissell, lute Gover
nor of Illinois, took place to-dav. The at
tendance from the adjoining towns and Chi
cago was very large. The military display
was the finest ever made in the State. Tire
remains were interred with the services of
tho Roman Catholic Church, and the cere
monies throughout wera of the most impnsino;
character. Lieut. Gov. Wood was formally
inaugurated Governor at
Cinvam..- ', fia n'..l....l. 41. f.
mo v nuiJV. - Villa
Fire at Yellow Springs, Ohio.
Xknia, Murch 22. The lurce monutactur-
ing establishment of agricultural implements
of Messrs. Dane, Ewing & Co.. at Yellow
Springs, was destroyed by fire, hist night.
LiOSS uooui 3U,UUU.
Death of Hon. John L. Robinson.
In6ianapolis, March 22. Hon. John L.
Robinson. United States Marshal for Indiana.
died ut his residence iu Rushville, 1 nil., at six
o'clock lust evening.
An American Joan Arc—A Heroine of the
A correspondent writing to the New York
Obieroer, tells the following strange but
truthful story of a female soldier of the Rcvo
lutiou: She was born in Plvmnton. Plvmnulh
Cutinty, Massachusetts, December 17, 1700,
ana was a descenaent ot uovcrnor w Hliam
Bradford. Jler educational advantages were
limited, yet she manifested a love for natural
philosophy, and when fifteen years of age,
tour days before the battle of Lexington, had
a fantastic dream about a battle, in which a
voice told tier to go tortn to encounter tne
enemy, which dream undoubtedly had an in
fluence on her subsequent lite. In her nine
teenth year she became a school teacher, and
continued in that employment for two years; ,
as she advanced lu life she became a vision
ary; when twenty-one years of age, by wuy
of a frolic, she dressed herself in a man s
clothes, and cut up some questionable capers;
and soon after that time, in 1781, was mus
tered into the military service at Worcester,
(Mass.,) by the name of Robert Shurtlicff.
rioin vv orcester sue went to west Point,
and there received the uniform of a soldier in
the light infantry: she marched to White
Plains, and with her company engaged a
party of Dutch cavalry at Tarrytown; she
was at Yorktown, and performed arduous
duty during that siege; in a skirmish with
tue enemy sue was twice wounded, and lay
for a time in a French hospital; she was one
of the detachment sent to subdue the Indians
on the Northern frontier: she marched with
fifteen hundred men to Philadelphia to sui
press ft mutiny among the American soldiers,
where sue was taken sick and connned to a
hospital, and where she was discovered to be a
women. After her recovery, in the garb of a
gentleman, she . performed a tour into the
ruountninona region of Virginia; nnd while
on a hunt for buffaloes with the Indians, at
night, iu an Indian camp, she shot through
uie ueurt oi an inuian wuom suesuspecieu oi
evil designs: and after returning to the East
was honorably discharged in 1783 from the
army, and resumed her female attire. iSlie
subsequently married, and while bearing the
name of Deoorah Gannett, wag rewurdtsd for
her services both by the State of Massachu
setts ana tne. uenerui uovernment, and died
April 27, 1827 it having been believed that
her wounds were the immediate cause of iier
ueuiu. , - -i
A MATTn-or-F act Legislator. A n amus
ing scene in the Legislature ot Pennsylva
nia occurred ou a motion to remove the cap
ital of the State from Uarrisburg to Phila
delphia. A matter-of-fact member from tho
rural districts, who had heard of the great
facilities with which brick houses are moved
from one i:art of the citv to.unother. and who
had not the least idea that any thing but
moving the State-house was in contempla
tion, rose and said
. "jlr. Speaker, I have no objection to the
motion, but don t see how on uirth yon are
going tp get n over tne river.
, That chap ought to be a member of our
TTl iam ,. , ...rrj ijl ,u.. v
''' Discovery oi a Inland Sea in Caiikob
jua. The Alia tW(wia states that Ha im
mense inland, sea nas been discovered in
Lower California-,, It is tituated oa the in
land Put itio aide of the peninsula, and is
nearly qiuv hundred miles long and twenty
bntnj... The entrance ia between Inw aand
deposits, not more than a thousand yards
apart, and tlie water at full tide is three lath
omsdeep. It contains several islands, on
which ure found valuable deposits of guano.
The lund surrounding it is sterile, destitute
sf fresh water, and uulnhabltsdi
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STOCK 'AND BONDS.BOrOHT AND
aolilmuoiiuiuiimd'in. Mercantile I'aperaud Loans
negotiated, Kotes, Divideud. and Intercut Coup"U
? AUM'tiN 'SALES of Stocks, Bond, Kenl Katate
etc., on any day required. -
ata-Tne uativ'ume o 'ue public Js re.poctfully no.
Helled. T ' J-il".'-,
i Tin-ware, Spouting, &o.
(1. OS VrNK-STBEEr, NEAB FRONT,
""' ' CINCINNATI, . . ... .', i ..
PS ON HAND AND MANUFAC-
ii i.u I... ..II vu, -ti..M of T it ami Micct-
rou W aVe.'i'uhHo Lanterns; and otle artlelee iu
,V ii,.T M,,i,,..ii.i.. murder all var etlcsul Ale.
tallio HoolliiC 't in, Copper and bheet-iron.
, Lantern Ohuui alwaya ou hand. , I. ''
X lew stove, on hand to dispone of ehoap for ca.u.
Stova-piieturuiaUeaandputupatelwrtiioUos. i .
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(It NEK OF MIAMI C A N A I,
4 TH IH
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jjTBBET. Cincinnati, t'lilo, are jnana.
uaely a'almer s ceivwiaiw htm,..,
aoreaanp iaii i uiup. ,.,-.- ----,-gluee.
All Ihuae who are alien I to pnr.ha.et
r rr J-..1 la..U4.l.a. flUtllUU'ir'at. lirV J
1ft I'umn. Alo, k CorUflo ewuntfu-
Paper JH lk.,, itSlln4 Biiti. 1W". Wok.i.
fi'nKutll 'wll.Vad ft M, tlielf .ifyautag. to call ..f
Lie lie willing of the.e valuable liin utloiis, or ad
Klrc So 1'AI kit l'l'.Ml' WMI'ASytoraolr.
ar, which will luinl-h the name, pf many wll
hi. ussi thsM Vuuipa with peilsct tatWaUeu.