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OOD'S THR ATKIt C'ORNEIt SIXTH
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Pnicrnur AtiHiHHinN. DrpRi Clrt'lc iitiil Parnuette.
OQ ctit : Unllnrv, 49 cent.
lum opvn t 6fi u'clw k curtain r.fi at 7.
Hf-enKKPiM.t uf t)i v err tlio Actor,
THIH KVENINd, March a, tho porrmna- o will
couuueiice with tho new piny calli-d
a, Tin rioAn oiRL or N'bw York.
Mmp Mnrrlwm. Mr. rhanfrun; K'l. Ilrmllfy, Mr.
.aiiKlon; Knilorlck Lllywliltr, Mr. Itnt.l; llarrr
ltiil., Mr. Hull; Mr. H"-1 -, Mr. Admits; Mr.
enarifvi, nr. ininn; Hill, the Newnby, MM Pin.
noyrr; Utula, Mr. Kll-Vr; Emma ifni'Hcy, Mitw
Watte; Mm. iinf !. Uunlou, MN Irving; Su
rah Hmltli, Mm. (itlburti Bridget ScaiOau, Miu
lnee a HI ha Kate Prnnvyer.
To couclii'lo with
Or, Thk Manager in Miuhch or Kovkltv.
Irli-h Hoy, Mr. Clianfrnn; Miumttyr, Mr. Klnhpr:
Yankee Onl, MIcn Dt-nhnnii F.u.i.fi,, MM Waite;
-Nmrlty, Mim Irving; Kurtimt, Mlm Evirltt.
PIKK' OPERA-HOTH K FOURTH"
hT ItKKT. between WH.ntit ftii. Vine. 8. N.
1'iar,, iTMprHTor; r . n. jonway, singe m imager f j,
V. IIiiHiiraT. Trt'iimirrr.
Prick or Admihuiun. pnritiptt Clrule, Parquotte
hum niiirniir, ,ft emir, Alllllllli'aU!rt VtJ WMts
J'rivittu Boxes, fur eight pt'rHiuin., UN
Box Oltictj (.pun from It) A. M. until 4 P. M.( whore
ciitNcnn Im Mirttrrd.
Doors open ut 7 o'clock ; communce at 7S.
THIH EVENT NO, March 27, will lm prewntrd
IMod Bourcfcinilt'M great limina, in the actn, called
THE WILLOW CO PHI.
Cuiiwiiy ; Colonel VaiiKimrn1, Mr. I.annffan : Arthur
Ap.-ioy, air. AMiiifton ; I'R'K iiimkh, jir. nnerHiau ;
hlauK-'M, Mr. Hall; A Uffitntiin, Mr. Davifige; Lucy
Vangimnl, Mim Crocker; Lady Apiley, M. Wii
kiiiit; Meg, Minn A. Proctor; Min Apwley, Mim
To conclude with the laughable farce of
, THK T00DLE8.
Timothy Toodles, Mr. Clianfnm; Farmer Acorn, Mr.
Lord; George Acorn. Mr. Mann; Farmer Kenton,
Mr. Duvin; Lawyer (ilib, Mr. K Ik her; Mary Acorn.
Min Wrtlle; Mm. Timothy Toud leu, Mi. Oilbert.
Ine notice will W given of tlio flmt appearaiice of
A irorgeoiw Hpectacle in In active preparation.
1 HTULKT, between Third and Fourth. Johw
liATiw, rioprietor ami Mnnager ; W, . Irwin, Treas
urer ; C. T. Smith, Stage Manager.
THIS EVENINU, March 2T, mid every evening
uui tug i no wei'B, iiiv gniiiu npvciiuiitiur iraiua oi
On, Tub Dkmon or the Dill,
In which Mr. Hurry Evtingowilliippearin IiIh favor
ite diameter of " Mephltolhiolt,,, km originally
performed by him ix ycaie ago in thU city.
Menlihtonliilcfl, the Pemon of tlio PrachfliifplN. Mr
Hurry Kytitige; FHiMtiw, Mr. K. C Prior; Count
do ('uminova, Mr. A lieu; Montolio, Mr. Merton :
Enrico, Mr. ItnbertM ; Count Cndul, Mr. Bttrrort :
Wagner, Mr, Burrfurd ; Brevlllo. Mr. C. Henri;
Liu'ctta, Mm. C. Henri; Adiue, MIm C. Wyette ;
Itottolia, Miss A lirahani.
During the piece, Dancing by Mlf Hight.
Dance Mian Jenny Hight.
To commence with the nautical dmnia of
William, Mr. Harry Eytinge, Huxani MIhh Wyctt.
JUST Iti: i:iVED, A CIIOH'K LOT OF
tJuitur ami Violin btringH. Tim Mpk. a
tiiullty of these bt rings has iwcn
1 1 H trough ly tinted by ex pe rieuced
tiititariHttf and Violinbta, and pn
Uouuccd uupci I'ii in every res pec.
joiin ciirucii. jh...
tnalf) ho. 0 Wrwt Fourth-atreet.
'rfOTLD MF1)AI PTANOH -THE BKHT IN
Yurk ptHnwrhil toned donbte ."J
ju'tltin Concert inn am. wif --M
urnif urn itt k the ln'st in ixiltni'M.
Wi! will sell lower for caU than any other dealer In
thocity. Pia n ok and MoICmIkoiih tuned and rcpHlred
thoroughly. Piuinw to let at from $ii toflfl per quar
ter. Mmlcnl Inxtrumetits aellfiig at hull-prices. Do
not buy or rent a Piauo until you have called and ex
Hiniued thu above.
lilUTTIMJ A BR0., Snlu Agentn,
Plimo Deaknt and il it kern,
fe IT No. 227 W. Fifth-Htivi't, near Plum.
COAL COOKING STOVE
HAH BEEN rRONOI NTKD BYOOMPK.
TKNT judge, to bo the DtST COAL COOK
INU8TOVB EVER INVENTED I
SIX SIZES: PATENTED DECEMBER 7, 1858.
For uile by the Inventors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.,
NOVELTY IRON FOUNDKRY,
No. 333 Fonrth-Strect, Cln.
A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
Have tlio Pieces!
HEFVIi IN EVERY HOUHE FOR
muitduig x urulture, loy, crockery, UmWH&it,
Wholesale Deptt, No. 48 Cedar-atreet, New York,
A-Wren 11EMIY C. HPALDINO A CO.,
Box No. 3,fion, New York.
Put up for Pouters In cumcs containing four, eight,
and tuelvo dor,eu a beautiful Lithogmph Khow-1-iii'd
iiccniiitaiiying each package. de21-ay
OrriCB Ahkrican KxrBKsn Company, 1
Cinciuuuti, March 5, lrtdo. J
THE FOIiTiOWING UOODS. HAVING
rviuained in tliiwoltlca uuclutiiied for one year.
vmaiiicd in thiN office unclaimed for one
days from the date of this notice:
will be nold by O. II ni hears. Auctloueer, lu thirty
1 trunk, L E Arlett
1 J D Williams
1 casting. J Burrow
1 bdl picks, no mark
' boxes. J O Bales
1 pkg, J Thomaa
1 " John Wooster
I bdl maps, no mark
1 bale, (J Nepel
1 pkg, Wm LewU
1 box, no mark
1 H box, A M Canilin
1 trunk. .1 Hoffman
1 bdl, Wright A John
1 pkg, ; K Blackford
I " W H Moore
1 pkg, S Ljou
. F Fort mall
1 " C ItobbiiiM
1 pkg, O Van Honten
1 trunk, Cath Kugbert
1 box.O W Williams
I " Kmlgraut Baggage I
I trunk. W Ih-mtoid I
H II ale
J U Sofgee
waiKina i a loiuua
I Ikix, H KsHiuau 1 box, W D McCounell
1 " Mm Ann Phillips 1 pkg, John H Aduma
I " Pasaetiger
Miw A Cuuuiug-
3 11 Attieb
I lnternaCl Circus
1 ' O Johunback
I pkg, Geo Porter
1 box, B Lukena
1 T J Hliano
I 11 CliKs K Baker
1 trunk, Mrs Jenny Hack
1 box, E Gleam
" Heiiben QUI
1 " ADHmith
I CB llradbury
1 pkg, Morg Chitteiideu
1 B box, .lussn Hall
1 pkg, John Milton
I " John Morgan
1 " W B LaaaeUn
1 " it M Mitehell
1 box, 8 Cary
I itkg. D Mills
I " j 11 Cannon
1 " O Itobbius
1 bdl, 0 Sohnsback
4 bdls shovels, Sc bailer
1 carpet -bag, K C Bpi-ague
1 box, J Stockton
1 J W Kennedy
1 J II Carter
1 " Frank Potta
t " JH Junes & Co
I pkg, Dr K (I ward Head
1 keg, D Uiwa
1 pkg, A A I Wolff
1 " AlleghanlauS
1 n uowiiiig
1 W N Half
V bxs, Smith, Small A Co 1 trunk. 0 Haggvrty
1 " uiuia William
Ana s unary pacKiiges wiiuoui umn.
mae-ambtw FBANK CLAHK, Agent.
THK PATH OF DUTYI '
To Give Preference to
ar. a-. nunjEn's
EXCELSIOR WRITING AND CARMINE FLUIDS
OVKit TUB FOREIGN, TIIEKKHY
litH-pIng ynur nioticv ml liniiif, arl, ut Hie .uiuu
limp, iuivIiik mj per ot.itt. lv th operntitui.
Cull at HLUuuorn, r :9 Vlno-itrwt tut mppllH.
m IniKiii-ftw) '
bue. froili Curu
fltarih. fur nal. WuuliMia
mui rattil by mi duwalu uu.,
utll Mi and Braocb m WmI Foutth-itrMt,
A Btutc of slckncu ii but partial life u
a sick man is more or Icn dead.
The navigation I now open between Dun
kirk, N. Y., and the western, port of Lake
Erie, and steamer) are running.
M'hen Adelina Patti sung in "The Barber,"
in Washington, one night last week, fire hun
dred persons were turned from the door.
The New York Central Railroad ha, issued
orders for the construction of one tliouannd
freight cars, designed forcarrying wheat.
A wcll-kuown billirtrd amateur of Newark,
N. Jn made a run of three hundred and nine
points on Saturday.
Miss Helen Pike, a young lady aired about
eighteen, died on the ball-room floor at Tu
be rg, N. Y., on Friday morning last.
Burnum's Museum, in New York, was to
have been closed last Saturday, by reason of
certain clock debts. The Museum is as great
a humbug as its founder.
- The author of the , "Lamplighter," Miss
Maria 3. Cummins, has sailed from Boston
for London, to superintend Die publication of
her now novel, "El Fureidis."
The New Bedford ' (Mass.) Mercury says
that the revival of religion on the vineyard
is the greatest that has been since the days
'of Muyhaw, the Indian missionary.
The first time grain was ever exported
from Canada was in the year 1752, when
two ships arrived in Marseilles, laden with
wheat, . t , . ,
Rev. Pitt Morse, a tTnlversalist clergyman
of some eminence, died at Watertown, New
York, recently, in the seventy-first jear of
Jhe young woman upon whom a brutal
outrage was committed a few days since, by
four villians, at a hotel in Jamestown, New
York, has died from her injuries.
The shoemakers of Auburn have held a
meeting and expressed sympathy for the New
England strikors, and appointed a committee
to raise money for their necessities.
The extensive woollen factory "of P. Mer
rill k Co., in Felchville, Vt., was destroyed by
an incendiary fire a few nights since. Loss
The latest news from Texas says that Gov
ernor Houston is actively engaged in raising
minute men, traveling day and night for that
purpose, to oppose the Indians.
The Massachusetts Bhoemakor strikers have
already spent as much money in their public
demonstrations, as the increased wages de
manded would amount to in a wholo year.
Piedmont is said to be arming to the teeth.
Letters from Turin speak of the day being
not far distant when Victor Emmanuel will
have 180,000 men fit to take the field. - -
The Terre Haute (Ind.) Ezprtti says that
some good-for-nothing fellow in that city
lately told his wife and children for ten dol
lars, and that the purchaser was very badly
The Leipsic Common Council has under
heavy penalties interdicted the sale of cotton
goods for ball dresses of a green color, they
being dyed with. Schveenfurt'i green, which
is arseniate of copper, and a deadly poison.
Richard Taylor, son of President Taylor, is
iprf-lho AslinMHiUti, tli riatMMii rlh in
vention from Louisiana. A letter writer
says that he is wealthy, looks very much like
his father, and is strongly opposed to Douglas.
Mayor Berrett, in accordance with the res
olution of the Councils of Washington, has
ordered a stand of colors for the New York
Seventh Regiment, of the most costly de
The King of Prussia lately become so much
worse that the royal family at one time
thought bis death was at hand. He after
ward rallied a little, but the sad symptom of
putting his soup on bis face, instead of into
it, continued at last accounts.
The Seville Cathedral and Its Interior.
Seville is full of curiosities and attractions.
The sight of the Cathedral alone, says a late
letter writer, has paid me for my visit. I first
ascended the tower, which belonged origin
ally to the Moorish Mosque, and is over six
hundred years old. The work upon it is sin
gularly beautiful.. There is something in
the Moorish architecture so light, graceful
and even ethrial, that one Is fascinated with
its strangeness and astonished at its beauty.
From the top an extensive view is obtained
of the wide and rich valley in which Seville
lies. A dim light enters the interior of the
Cathedral through the beautiful stained-glass
windows, and the spectator looks up from
the pavement of black and white marble to
the lofty grained arches of stone, one hun
dred and seventy feet above him, supported
on Gothic pillars fifteen feet thick. .. The
Gothic architecture seems specially appropri
ate to religious purposes, ana to look through1
the dim vuta of columns, arches and fretted
roof, is to be filled with a lofty sense of gran
deur and beauty. - There is a fine organ, said
to contain fifty-four hundred pipes, which I
heard played at vespers two or three even
ings since. Some fine paintings are shown,
a few by Murillo; but the Murillos, the Royal
Palace, called Alcazar, or Palace of the
L'esars, the house of Pilate, the Government
tobacco factory, and the University, I must
leave for another letter.
Thk Astob Library. The whole number
of volumes now in the Astor library, Mew
York, is very near one hundred and ten
thousand, of which about sixty thousand
belong to the literary department On the
average two huudred and ten volumes are in
use every day, beside those used by parties
admitted to pursue their investigations on
any particular subject. , The amount ex-
E ended for now books during the past year
as been $13,898. The total value of the
library and buildings is estimated at nearly
six huudred and fifty thousand dollars.. . i .
Imtibbstino Sali or Works or Art. 6a
the ltith of the ensuing month a sale will
take place in London of uncommon interest
to American lovers of art. The collection of
sketches by modern artists, from engravings,
pictures, original and cotemporary, belonging
to the estate of the late Charles R. Leslie,
will be disposed of by auction, for the benefit
of his family. The catalogue is singularly
tempting to the amateur. Leslie was a great
favorite with his brother artists, and almost
all of them gave him a specimen of their pic
torial skill. His connection with the Sketch
Club secured bin many exquisite drawing
Grkat Dramatic Furore Mr. add Mas.
Charles Kian. Kean appeared at Glasgow
on the 24th ultn as "Louis XI," and the effect
was, if possible, even more intense than on
lu first representation. It reminded old
play-goers of the doings and excitement?
around theater door in the days of Siddons,
Kemble and Edmund Kean, when people
had a hard tussle and much bodily pressure
ere they could recover breath in the pit. All
down Dunlap-street, and a long way down
Argyll, there was a continuous array of car
riages in short, all "bustle, bustle,'' around
the theater avenues, and all excitement and
expectation within its closslo pale. r
Aovakci or Waors in Franci. Wages In
France, especially in the southern depart
ments, are said to be higher than at any
period sino the first revolution. Inconse
quence, considerable difficulty is found ia ob
taining substitutes for the army, and some
discontent if felt In Paris respecting this.
Robert J. Walker Snnbbed by the Doorkeeper
of the Senate.
By the rules of the House of Represent
tatlves, adopted the last session, no one is al
lowed admittance to the floor except Members
and Senators. During the recent contest for
Speaker, where there were really no rules, a
great many persons contrived to smuggle
themselves in. One day a small, nervous,
and somewhat shabby individual walked np
to the door and endeavored to enter without
even the ceremony of asking leave, when the
following colloquy ensued:
Doorkeeper Hold on there! are you a
Member, Senator, or officer of the House?
Small man No; I am an Ex-Senator.
Doorkeeper Ei-Scnatort are not ad
mitted. Small man But I am an Ex-Secretary of
Doorkeeper Can't help it, but you have
no right to go in.
Small man (excitedly) Confound it, I am
Ex-Governor of Kansas.
Doorkeeper (miidly, yet firmly) But you
can't go in nnless yen are a Member.
Small man (savagely) Well, Sir, take my
name in to Mr. , 1 am Robert J.
Walker, Sir. And the little man bridled up
in a state of great indignation.
Mr. came out, and the small man
went in under his protection. After he had
disappeared, I remarked to the doorkeeper,
"You did not know that gentleman I
Doorkeeper (snickering) O, yes, I knew
the lillU eutt well enough, but 1 wasn't going
to let him in without an introduction.
Death of a Celebrated French Imitator.
. The London Alhenrrmn, in its Paris corre
spondence, calls attention to the death of Cou
lon, a surgeon who was well known in Paris,
in the time of Louis the Eighteenth. He
possessed extraordinary powers of imitation.
Ooulon gave imitations of the princes and
princesses of the royal family; but he was a
good courtier. He mimicked the elder branch
with reservations; but on meeting a prince or
princess of the younger, he kept back nothing,
but gave his talent full play. He was partic
ularly successful with the Duke of Orleans,
Louis Philippe, who, on meeting him one day
in the Tulleries, said, "Monsieur Coulon, you
imitate me wonderfully, t wiui eimhlp.l in
judge for myself yesterday. One small dctuil
is only wanting tor the completion of the por-
." IU Oil HI LIS. 11IVQ TUUI BC 11, IS BII
important one." "What is it Xlonseigncur?"
naked Coulon, rather embarrassed, "falways
wear this diamond in my cravat," said the
Duke; "permit me to offer it to you, that you.
may render the imitation ierfeci." And, un
fastening the pin, he presented it to Coulon,
who bowed, and said, "Ah, Monseigneur,
your Royal Highness is too generous. As an
imitator, I had only a right to paste." Cou
lon made his fortune, thanks to his patronage.
He married the daughter of a Marseillais,
Bernard, who was a wholesale maker of shoes
for the colonies, of guns at St. Etienne, of
flowers at Paris, who dressed leathers at St
Germain, made china at Villedieu, sugar at
Sucy, and Kirteh in the Black Forest. - He
formed the gaming-house of Baden. Vienna
and Paris. He possessed hotels, chateaux,
millions; he escorted his wife to Longchamps
in a gilded carriage drawn by snow-white
horses; dined thirty parasites at his table
daily, gave a million to hi daughter as her
JBArrjatre-DOction. ran throueh all his fortune.
had fnVMted tho few crowns that remained
to prevent him from dying in a hospital.
A Publisher Narrowly Solves the Mystery
The Spectator has the following:
' Apropos of Junius. Mr. Bohn, the author
and well-known publisher, relates an inci
dent in his professional life, which brought
him, he believes, within a brown paper wrap
per's breadth of the solution of the question,
who was Junius? In July, I860, he was
called upon to make a very rapid valuation
of books and MS& at No. 3 St. James's
Square, the house occupied in 1836 by the
lute Duke of Leeds, and from 1836 until 1853
by his son-in-law. Finding himself "in the
supposed precincts of Junius," be looked
sharply for that signature among the MSS.,
and, though he did not find it, he lighted
ujion what was nearly as good : This was "a
rough draft in the well-known, upright kind
of writing attributed to Junius, but corrected
by another hand, of an unpublished letter of
Lucius (one of the best authenticated pseu
donyms of Junius,) to the Duke of Grafton.
He then turned his eager eyes to two very
large brown paper parcels.
"Feeling," he says, "that I was in the path
of discovery, I entreated to see the contents
of the two large parcels set aside, which, full
a quarter of a hundred weight each, were
sealed at every- aperture, and prominently
marked on all sides, 'noit ueret,' bntthis was
declined until actual right of possession had
been obtained. To secure these important
papers, 1 offered five hundred pounds for
those I had so hastily inspected, and as much
more, speculatively, for the two parcels of
'most secret' ones; under a strong impression
that the Junius correspondent was there; and
I was promised them, in cose shey should be
for sale. On subsequent inquiry, in October
of the same year, I learned that the papers
had been claimed by the Duke of Leeds; and
at a later period I was informed that they
had been deposited in the strong room of a
banker, with the possibility that they might
come out at the end of six years, but not hav
ing since heard any more about them; I pre
sume they are now immured among the
family archives." . . ( , . . .
Inbcman Triathknt or a Friindless Girl.
A man residing in Elkhorn, Illinois, has been
detected in brutally maltreating a young girl,
who bas been living in hit family .tor some
time, and who was bound out to him by the
poor-masters of the district. He has been in
the habit of beating her severely, compelling
her in winter to perform out-door labor, and
has kent her so noorlv clad that she has been
several times nearly frozen. It is further said
tnot ner ieet are so ouaiy irosi-omen that
they will have to be amputated. Such waa
the indignation felt against this wretch by
the people, that, when arrested, the officers
could hardly prevent his being lynched.
" - . i
'AWorntR AcTRBss Dtvoicso : raov Has
Husrand. The Supreme Court at Buffalo
have confirmed the report of the referee, in
the case of the application of Mrs. Charles
Barton Hill for a divorce from ber husband.
The report was hi favor of granting the appli
cation, and the court granted a decree annul
ling the marriage contract on tne ground set
forth. It is understood that a stipulation will
be entered Into by the parties in regard to the
custody of their three children. Mr. Charles
Barton Hill is known as an actor of some
repute,-, . ! ' ' I ' v.
A FiRI-rRoor Dog. At a fire, which 'de
stroyed a portion of the American Hotel, in
Rochester, a small blind spaniel disappeared,
and it wa supposed that be had perished in
the flames. A week or ten days after the
wailing of a dog was beard aniuiig the ruins.
He was immediately released, and, although
much emaciated, was otherwise uuinj ired.
By careful treatment, be will be enabled to
wag on at sual.
English Knowlrooi or Amirioah Poli
tics. The knowledge of the United State!
exhibited occasionally by portions of the
English Press is certainly refreshing.' The
Bath Journal of February 18, contained the
following astounding piece of intelligence:
"The President of the United States is chosen
at last1 ' Mr. Pennington, a Republican, has
been elected by a majority of on vote."
Defense of Irving from Thackeray's Intended
The Boston Tranteriit of a late date ob
The Ail AW flonum article In the Cornhill
Mttyatini sceriu to Us to have Unwarrantably
tickled the American-Anglo susceptibilities
still so pervasive on this side of the water.
One would think, to note the editorial
crackling over this "first-rate notice" of our
endeared pioneer author, that a hasty line
from a London satirist outweighed, in moral
worth and critical insight, all his countrymen
have said, thought and written on trie subject;
whereas, Kindly as Thackeray's tribute is, in
spirit, and well intended, as it undoubtedly
was to those who intimately knew ana
truly loved Washington Irving, there is much
to offend the taste and mislead the novice in
this much-commended article. It gives one
unacquainted with Irving quite a false idea
of the man; it represents his way of living in
a light not ut all correct The idea conveyed
is, that the author of the Sketch Hook was
an easy, simple, amiable old fellow, who
scrimped himself, with onelazy old horse and
a single glass of wine per diem, for the sake of
saving up pennies for l is nins nieces. Now
there waa not a particle of namhy-pumby
benevolence about Washington Irving. He
always lived like a gentleman, and had every
thing respectable, if not "handsome" about
him; he had three horses, at least, and four
carriages, and, though bo never made any
fiaradu or display, yet he prided himself on
laving evcrytbing quietly comfortable about
Moreover, there is on indirect reflection on
the family in the insinuation that Irving
practiced a paiuful degree of self-denial for
their sakes which all familiar with the facts
know to be utterly at variance with the truth.
It is also untrue that his residence was al
ways described in exaggerated terms by his
partial countrymen, as if it was a large do
main or an elegant mansion; on the contrary,
it ever had the name of "the cottage," and
-he charm about it was in the idea of snug
ness and unpretending comfort and sim
plicity. There is a tone about the article
which savors of indelicacy, and is singularly
out of keeping with the characteristics of
that genial yet dignified and true-hearted
gentleman. The truth is, Thackeray has not
native refinement enough to appreciate such
a character, and treat of it with the respect
and good taste demanded. There is a pa
tronizing tone about his article kindly and
eulogistic as it is; the snob peeps out una
ware; "dear, amiable, Biniplc old man that
he was;" how that phrase would have grated
on Irving's earl How repulsive it is to those
who know how much there is to reverence
and admiro as well as to sympathise with
and lovo iu Washington Irvingl We have
noticed these things because that "awkward
squad," which the dying Burns begged his
friends to keep from firing over his grave,
have apparently not done with making cap
ital out of the precious memory of Irving.
Water Spout at Sea.
We clip from the New York Herald the
following extract giving the particulars of an
immense water' spont, which Capt. Robert A.
S. Pitman, of the ship Jamct Guthrie, wit
nessed at sea:
Observed in the southwest a cumbrous
looking cloud, which approached the ship
with an amazing rapidity, while the wind
continued to increasa, vsootng' to th oppo
site quarter. When the cloud was within
about three miles of the ship, the wind sud
denly fell to a dead calm, and the phenome
non presented a terrific appearance. The
cloud now assumed the form of an inverted
cone, and gradually descended toward the
sea, which also formed itself Into a lofty
peak, until the two points mctj completing a
waterspout of gigantic dimensions. Around
this mountain of water, a whirlwind imme
diately commenced, tearing and scattering
the Bca in every direction, detaching and
carrying in its course large masses of clouds.
The appearance was like a vast horizontal
wheel, turning around this mountain of
water, with the spout for its center with an
amazing velocity ; and, as the sky near the
horizon was perfectly clear, the revolutions
of this wonderful wind and water wheel
were distinctly visible, making its revolu
tions complete in twenty-six seconds, and
with a regularity and precision that were
truly astonishing. This continued for about
twenty minutes, during which time the con
nection of the clouds with the sea was sev
eral times broken off, without reducing the
altitude of the sea mountain, but immedi
ately became reunited, until finally it termi
nated with a splosh, agitating the ship and
passing over her, ending in torrents of rain.
Very soon the sky became beautifully clear,
the wind set in fresh from the south-west,
and all nature, as well as myself, seemed re
joiced at the destruction of so formidable a
macnine, tne sun pecpeu out irom Denina
the clouds, sending his streaming rays thro'
the heavens and tinging the fleecy clouds
with colors far exceeding anything that my
eye ever beheld. I could not help exclaim
ing with the Psalmist, "How wonderful are
Thy works, Lord God Almighty I" Accord
ing to my judgment, the diameter of this
wonderful wheel was at least half a mile.
If so, the force of the wind in that circle
'must have been two hundred and sixty miles
an hour sufficient to have destroyed the
ship in a few moments.
Wendell Phillips on Wm. Lloyd Garrison.
In his speech at New York, the other even
ing, Wendell Phillips said of the great anti
Men always charge the reformer with the
guilt of tho institution he has found out, as if
Garrison was to blame for all the trouble
made by the anti-slavery enterprise. - When
the Greenlandcr wants hot weather, It is said
he boils a thermometer. And I had a funny
class-mate in college who was to very anx
ious to have a west wind that he climbed up
and nailed the vane in that direction. And I
read of a Hindoo, who, when the missionary
showed him iu a gloss of water, that in drink
ing it he devoured animal lite us much as if
ne baa eaten a sacreu cow, iook tne micro
scope, put it on-llie ground, and stamped it to
nieces, thiukinor be destroyed the fact by de
stroying the evidence of it. j So with men, if
mey couiu only strangle uiitihii wuat n
happy time we should navel But truth has
flashed further on the shouts of a mob than
the most eloquent lips ever carried it, and if
Gallileo had been answered, the people would
never have put him in jail. So I think it is
with Garrison. Then there is another class
of men who are exceedingly afraid we are
injuring the cause. You will find a patent
Democrat, and he is very much concerned
lest I should injure the anti-slavery enterprise.
He advises me to save my influence, to bottle
it up but, as Schiller says, "Pour out the
thunder into single notes, and it becomes a
lullaby for children; but pour it out iu one
quick, royal sound, and tue noise shakes the
heavens." The people never got their rights
but by the thunder of artillery den:anding
them. Peaceful error is uever better tbau
tempestuous truth. The truth ut any rate.
Well, I need not go on further; the world
brings it all right at last; for the man whose
name waa a scoffing and a by-word with the
father, the children go half round the globe
for marble white enough to make a monu
ment. The pendulum swings the other way,
and we do more than justice to the martyrs
that our father mado.
A Woman and Four Horbk Burnt to
Drath. A fire destroyed several dwellings
and a barn in West Holmken, N. J, on
Wednesday, and before the conflagration was
subdued, a Mrs. Terris and four horses, per
ished in the flames.
Extension of the Underground Railroad in
a Southern Direction.
The recent kidnapping of John Brown, a
free man of color, in Sodbury Township, bas
brought to light certain facts, which leave no
doubt of the existence, or attempted estab
lishment, of ntl Underground railroad, run
ning from the neighborhood of th Onp to
some point beyond the Maryland line. It Will
be recollected that When HroWn Was in
veigled from his home by Hull and Wilson,
ho was taken to a retired place, a fcW hun
dred yard from bis house, where he was tied
and placed in a carriage, and with revolvers
pointing at his heart, was threatened with
instant death If he attempted to give the
alarm. Hull and Wilson did not accompany
the carriage very far, when a change of
"agents" took place, and, with the new con
ductors, Brown was hurried to McCiiU's
Ferry, but unable to cross the river at the
early hour at which they reached that point,
they were compelled to remain all day. The
place was apparently not a very secure one,
and was not intended to have been made a
stopping-place, a certain born in Harford
County, Md., evidently being the depot for
securing the "chattel." This depot was
reached at three o'clock on the morning after
leaving the ferry, where Brown was kept
until daylight, and then conveyed to a Balti
more slave-jail. The manner in which Brown
was changed from ngent to agent along the
line of the route seems to prove conclusively
the existence of a regularly organized com
pany for the transportation, by the free-pass
system, of all such likely darkies as are un
fortunate enough to fall into the hands of the
directors or runners.
What makes this supposition the more
plausible is the fact that within the last five
or six months several colored men have dis
appeared from the neighborhood of the recent
kidnapping, and were never heard of after
wards. a Some time in December last, a
colored man, living at Mount Vernon, Lan
caster County, directly on the line of this
new underground, turned up missing, and
diligent inquiry by his friends in every di
rection afforded no clue to his whereabouts.
Probably by this time he is in the cotton
fields or rice-swamps of South Carolina.
Certain investigations now going on will
soon make this matter clear. In the mean
time we can not help remarking, that a more
bungling party of directors and conductors,
who have charge of this road, never any
where existed, and they will eventually dis
cover that their stocks, rolling and other
wise, is the poorest investment ever made.
Carrying passengers on the underground
from South to North, is nn offense involving
the agents in serious bodily difficulty very
often an unwholesome vibration between
heaven and earth and the carrying of a free
darkey in the opposite direction' is apt to sub
ject the conductors to confinement within
prison walls for a period of from five to ten
years, ou very low diet. To embark In the
business iu either direction is very unsafe,
while the receipt seldom cover the invest
ments. Lancaster (Venn.) Etpren.
Prince Napoleon—Over Crowded Entertainment
in his Antiqe Villa.
A late Paris letter-writer snysof this event
The most talked of entertainment of the last
week of the carnival is the "antique fete"
given by Prin.ie Nnpoleon, in his I'ompeian
Villa in the Champs Elysees. Ex-King Je
rome's stout son has, as is tolerably well
known, built himself a queerkind of residence,
an imitation of one of these uncomfortable
place due; oat of Uis mud of tho two tmnous
old Roman towns, on a small plot of ground
in the Avenue Montaigne, near the Rue du
Faubourg St. Honore. Londoners wjio hare
seen a copy of these classic dens under the
great Sydenham cucumber frame, may form
an idea of how woll fitted they are for the re
ception of a large company. To squeeze by
any conceivable process a hundred human
beings into any of tho rooms, seems sheer im
possibility, and yet, wonderful to relate. Je
rome's fnt son achieved this feat, and even
did more. He issued no less than three
hundred invitations for his antique fete in
honor of the anniversary of his marriage with
Princess Clotildc, including in their list their
imperial majesty the Emperor and Empress.
The arrangements, no doubt, are very un
comfortable to all the three hundred visitors,
but then the consolation is that they are very
classic classic even unto the head-dress of
the mistress of the house, on whose head is
reposing a tiara, said to have been made after
the model of that of Queen Cleopatra. The
theater over, dancing began; but long before
the termination of the first quadrille more
than one-half of the guests were found to have
disappeared from the Ponipeian Villa. They
all of them, it was whispered afterward, hod
expressed their opinion to each other that,
though the entertainment was, no doubt,
strictly antique, it was, nevertheless, slightly
too dull, a shade too pedantic, and a few de
grees too full of Napoleonic adulation, even
considering the place of performance.
Thr Qusen or Spain and a Cuanqr or
Ministry. The Madrid correspondent of the
London Times writes as follows:
The Queen, whose chief anxiety is for the
difficulties of the Poiitilicial Government
sent for a certain ex-Minister, and informed
him of her desire to dismiss her present Gov
ernment and asked whether he would form
a new one who would act with energy in the
Roman question. The said ex-Minister, who,
though be is a reactionist is a man of supe
rior talents and of honorable spirit answered
that it would be as uufair as dangerous to
overthrow a Ministry whose President was
in Africa at the head of thirty or forty thou
sand soldiers: that no Ministry could now
intervene in Rome, inasmuch as England and
France were now agreed on the principle of
non-intervention; anorthut the geographical
position of Spain and its limited resources
would not allow Spain to break with these
two Powers. Tn the meantime came the
news of the taking of Tetuan, and Cardinal
Antonelli was soon forgotten for the victory
A BuAUTiruL Girl Accidentally Shot
Dkad. A daughter of Cupt. Henry Smith, of
Vinalbaven, Maine, a beautiful ana accom
plished girl of eighteen, was instantly killed
recently by the discharge of a pistol in the
hands of a young man named Henry Ber win,
who was staying over night at the house of
(Japt Smith., tiuring the evening, rierwin
and the children were amusing themselves by
snappiug an unloaded pistol, passing it from
one to another in turn, and during this play,
the boy who had brought the pistol, went to
a trunk and brought another, which he hand
ed to B. with the remark that it was a better
one. Berwin took it supposing it unloaded.
and snapped it at Miss Smith, when it wo
discharged, causing ner instant aeatn.
Dumas' Lira or GARiRALDi.-Alexander
Dumas hat gone to Nice to write in the quiet
retirement of that delightful place his Lite of
Garibaldi. At first there was much doubt as
to whether he would really undertake the
task, but now he is at work writing to all the
friends of Garibaldi he can bear of for infor
mation. Dumas will not, as he first intended,
make only a single volume out of the mate
rial, but an elaborate work, In which the
events in Italy, during the past fifteen years,
will bo fully recounted.
A Nrw and Cbrap Fabric At the Leeds
Chamber of Commerce recently, it was stated
by the President that a Frenchman had sub
mitted to him a piece of cloth seventy-two
inches in width, which be affirmed he could
Sroduce at 3s, per yard. The principle was
ie adoption of a machine by which was
wrapped a woolen thread round a cotton
thread, and this produced a fabrie looking
like woolen, but which could be produced at
the pric named.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Items—South American News.
Nw York, March JR John Lathrop Mot
ley, lustoriau ot tne uutcn itrpuniic, nas neen
elected corresponding member of the French
Institute, In place of the lote Win. Prescott.
Mr. Mannv, one of the Commissioners to
negotlntc a (pan of $1,000,000 for the Republic
of Bolivia, came passenger in the lialtie.
Gen. Hessnn, the new Grenadian Minister
to Washu, has lieen nominated for President
of his country, and will doubtless be elected
Beverly L. Clark, V. S. Minister to Oauta
mola, Is coming home for his health, which is
Advices from Equador report that Moreno'
force have beaten those of France, in three
skirmishes. Both of the factions were waiting
till May for the ruins to cease, when the con
test will he renewed.
From 1'brii. It is said an attempt had been
made to got up a revolution in Arequinpa
against Costilla, but it was put down after
three hours fighting.
Advices from New Grenada state that the
Cass-Hcrron treaty, as amended by the United
States, has been ratified by both Houses of
the UrenoUinn congress.
regard to the San Junn afTair are progressing
slowly. The proposition recently submitted
to our Government by Great Britain, upon a
basis which she thought would be acceptable
to the United States, by yielding our rights
to the Islands and fixing the boundary as to
include other portions ol tier Majesty s terri
tory, which we do not claim, but which are
worthless, was replied to and positively de
clined. Mr. Branch will oppose the organization of
new territories and move-an amendment to
the Utah bill, giving the President of the
United States power to appoint Territorial
Legislatures ns the custom prior to 1830.
This will cut up all the difficulties by the root
11 me new lerriiuncs siiouiu ue urguiiiKeu.
Elections for delegates will be ordered; del
egates elected prior to the existence of the
Territories could not claim seat in the Con
Washinoton, March 26. New Orleans
papers of Wednesday contain a statement
mode by prisoners aboard the Mexican prize
steamers, corresponding substantially with
accounts already published. Tho Gen. Mira-
mon had a ercw ol zno men, mostly Span
iards; 40 of the crew were killed and wounded
in the engagement.
Prisoners state that the arms, ammunition,
4c, were put on board at Havana, with the
knowledge of the Cuban Government. A
large portion of her cargo onsisted of pow
der, which was thrown overboard during the
light. Some of tho barrels of this powder
have been recovered, and prove to be the
same as used in arsenals at Havana.
Fires in Indiana and Canada.
Fort Waynk, March 26. On Saturday
night Leaman's grocery store in this city
was entirely consumed. The goods were
partially saved. Loss about $800.
At Columbia City, Ind., on Sunday night,
Tuttle's Tavern and hardware store, also a
saddle shop, were entirely destroyed. Goods
mostly saved; loss unknown.
Niaoara, 0. W., March 26. A fire yester
day morning destroyed Gibson's cabinet shop,
and seven adjoining buildings, including the
the Odd Fellows' and Masons' lodges and all
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Nkw York, March 26. Hewitt's circular,
per Canada, reports no abatement in the dull
ness of the Liverpool Cotton market. Prices
irregular under the increased crop estimates,
and unsatisfactory political news from the
Common difficult of sole, and could not be
moved liberally except at a material decline.
Imports of the week, 124,000; sales at tea,
130,000 American, against 92,000 last year.
The Welland Canal.
St. Catherines, March 26. The Welland
Canal will be opened on the 1st of April.
A "Habd Case" the Friend or Satan. In
the prosperous times ef Vicksburg, Miss, when
the phrase "hard case," meant something
more than it does now, Harvey Jenkins was
admitted ono of the hardest By some
Btrange accident Uarvy found himself at
Church one evening. The sermon being
over the preacher requested all who were
friendly to religion to rise and hold up their
right hands. The whole audience apparently
were on their feet After they were seated
again, the minister continued; "Now if
there is a single one who desires to see Satan
nnd his kingdom prosper, lie will rise and
hold up his hand." Harvey with some
difficulty got to an erect position, and said;
"Had the vote been less unanimous, I should
have retained my seat: but I moke it a point
of honor never to abandon a friend under
Tim Minister and the Lady Complain
ant. "It amazes me ministers don't write
better sermons I am sick of the dull, prosy
affairs," said a lady in the presence of
country parson. "But it is no easy matter,
my good womun, to write good sermons,
suggested tho reverend gentleman. "Yes,"
replied the lady, "but you are so long about
it; I could write one in half the time, if I
onlyhad the text." "Oh, if the tcxtlsallyou
wont," said the parson, "I will furnish that.
Take this one from Solomon: 'It is better to
lire in the corner of the housetop than with
a brawling woman.'" "Do you mean me,
sir?" inquired the lady quickly. "O, my
good woman," was tho grave response, "you
will never make a surmonizer; you are too
soon In your application."
An Extensive Swindles Arrkhtkd. The
Savannah (Georgia) Republican of a Into date
says: "The State Bank has received informa
tion rrom uaitimore,wnicnconnrmsine opin
ion that tbe man arrested there some days
ago, is the identical one who discounted the
fraudulent drafts at their counter. It is also
said, too, that there is no doubt of hi being
tbo veritable Bugby. The Sheriff of Savun
nnh has left here for Baltimore, with the
Governor a requisition tor the accused.
The Mysterious Noises ih Connkotiout.
Wondrous noises, rumblings in the earth,
from some uncxuluined cause, which have
been heard In Connecticut from time imme
morial, have started up again. The East
Hoddam Journal say that they broke loose
on Monday morning last, and were heard and
tcit tnrouun a circuit ot eight or ten miles,
The noise and vibration are like those pnv
aucea oy a cinp oi tnunuer, or tne roiling of a
neavy cannon-nail across uie tloor.
Opposition to Abolition Auitation. An
attempt was recently made by certain per
sons in Geneva. New York, to give up the
Methodist Episcopal Church in that place to
an Abolition meeting. A pqrtion of the con
gregation, who felt that the church wa not
built for what they termed negro worship,
bnt for that of God, interposed, and procured
an injunction forbidding the trustees to dese
crate tne Duuaing ny sucn an auuse.
' Terrible Death prom Scalding. At Tip
ton, ind., a lew days since, utiurie tucks.
engi liner in his father's flouring mill, was in
stantly scalded to death by accidentally dls
engotring a check valve of the engine. Th
rush of water and steam prevented bis being
discovered lor a lew moments, and wnen
found he was to disfigured as scarcely to be
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