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i' I rueiINit-siiiiia' of. cOTTOM-iiouts.
''INCINNATI DAILY PRESS la delivers toj
ubscihcrs In qiucliuaatl, Atovtoftost tni' ' f
J l ifrrroai
ifarlnanillngfoltltt tint towns , at M,
, tne exireniiur jow ,b y i
PAYABLt TO CASHES.
Prfess o Malhni. Hlimlo cnples, 9 centsj I month,
air cc-ms; 4Jitoillllfl, si ; i year, sis imp.
lVOnl)'8 THEATER CORNER HIXTH
XT A VINK-STlHiKTS.-JullN A. El.Uil.ia,
tr.. soli, Mansirer anil Lessen.
Pktchi or AnmiMioN. Drew Circle and Paranette,
9M cents; uani'ry, cents,
l)oors pen at 0t o clock
onrtain rliea at T.
BENEFIT OF MR. T. B. HANN.
THIS EVKNINO, April 4, will b prmwntM h
tiw lurnl lrnma, writ I mi by th wll-known romo.
ilimn nnd dittnwtlo author, John fc. Dnrivage, And
flOOD AKD EVIL ;
On, Glimpbm or tn Qvkrn Citt.
' Mr. Lans'loQ: Tom WtlHon. Bfr. Rend: ('hurln
Humplf, Mr, Ifalli DooUir Hnwblln. Mr. K1litlfr
Mr. Hnninln. Mr. Hnnn : 8oniiir Walkftr. MfM An
nie Wftie; Mnry Lonffworth, Mln EvptIU; MIm
Doctor A!itoiiRtt-lirown-8tone, 3In. OilUtrt j Je-
riisiin aiid, iiiiHH vcaaiii.
..iuiaa nan rrnnoTav.
t'riiih Hcop, Mr. Hann; Peirffotty, Mr. Lnnmt
David oppcrflold, Mr. Ilond ; Wilkiim Micawtwr,
Mr. Finnr; Clurn IVfrffntty, MInb Denhfimi Ardwi
' 7'' TbnirtrrrWv errnlnff, tlortcflt ot 5tr. fiutautl Rim
i1' Muu, Uahor of th thMitnr. - "
TIIKK'H A-If OITMK-FOIIRTII-
M. HTKEKT. between .AVutnut and vino. H? IN";
I'ikb, Fropriiifirf . II. COKWi:tago Manageri J.
V. HrnnERT. Trcanurer.
PaicKfl or Adjiwiiiom. ParntHtte Clrclo, Parqnptto
. ami Dulcony, DO .ntat Amphitlieatert ctmtsf
1 " Prlvntp Iloxt'K. for elffht poriwim, .
i hmt Office opn from 10 A. M. nntll 1 P. M., where
Doom optjti ut 7 o'clock ; commence at V,i.
T fT H 1 9 B T fi 5 t If ft", and f ify 5S;inlhR dnrln jl
? 'the week, Will bn jinueutoda grniuJ illustrative and
epoctacuiar urama, in turue cnapicnt, euimeu
., . , THK PBOPIQA-U SON. t -
Pcubcn, Mr. Oomvay ; Ar.ocl tho Prodixal Son, Mm.1
I'onwiiv ; jcptiHMO, MUR rrK'Kori mimariH, mr.
ISIuTldiu. t Ametidphln, Mr. vhnplln; Nemrond,
Mr. I.U.1 ihltu n : (famine. Mr. Darrettl Meiti'thon.
Mr. Trmpli'tou ; Lla, chlof dnticer ofth TppipH
or lfli. DiflQiime nouxary ; rteiit', juin rrocior.
Tbo noble oonderted mnwlc nf the drama will be
rpndorrd by the entire utrength of the company,
. amvu uy au ouiuioui cjtorus.
The entortatnraeut will conclude with favorite
larce, . ,
TWATIONAIi THEATER -SYCAMOUE
H'l'K KKT, between Third and Fourih. JohM
JUteb, Pi'itprietoraiHl Mnnaffer; W.B. Xbwin, Tretm-
unui v. a. oMiTHy owge manager.
Tnr8 "EVKNINa, April and every event riff
during the week, tho dramatic Kpcctacle. of
THE LAST DAYS OF POMPKII.
ArhfliWH. Mr. MfleatilfW Tjvdnn. UTr. Carter: tlan
ens, Mr. Pryor ; Cnleiiua, Mr. Barrett f Aplridew,
. . Mr. iuerton; jtiouou, air. Mien; ituroo, mr. ur-
nnrd : Nydia, MIhh vvyetto ; The Sage oi Vymiviut
Mi-. Lawd lone, MIm A. Graham.
Dnnco t IHIsm Jenny Hlffliti
To concludo with the drama, in three act, of
On. The Di:hom or tjib D&i,l.
do Canoiiova, Mr. Allen ; Muntollo, Mr. Merton;
Kurieo. Mr.- HohetU : (Joniit Or.in1. Mr. Burrett :
Wanner, Mr. Bernard ; Ilreyillo, Mr. C. HenrL;
Luceita, Mrs. C. Ileurl; Adino, Uuw U. Wyettoj
AoaoiiA, ihw a uranam.
f UST KKCEITBQs A C'HOiCFXOT OF
tem (jltv ai
jUHlity of! tl
t v wunrana tionn dciiuk". uoi
' of to we fj t ring nun mti
(Uwted hv zniricacml
And Viuliuirita. and wo-
nuuncea nupcnur 111 every repec.
. --..JOHN ciirucH, JH.,
n3if .N0; fltt went Fourth
new ioraj poweriui tiuicu uwmw i?iH5Mt.i. i n
A.UUB- iMwrMNffinfT j v x U
, v V I IC I liun
axc-xt artiMta tirs irfm extsrmiOT.
we will aell lower for cunh than any other dealer in
the city, riuno
n ,i .nivu,i
7 thortaifhllr. Piano to lutt from i t" 815 neruuarJ
Ull'l IHl'NUri'lIB Ilium anu n iiir
EIT. lllrlirillllL'llIH Mrilllllf Ilk IHtli-I'l IW". w
ter. Musical liiritrnnientK f iling at liall-nr
uot bnv or rent a Piano until you havo callei
d and ox-
amlued the aboTA. . - '
BUITTINO A BUO., Solo Adentft,
No. 227 W. Vlfth-ttreiit, flour Plum.
'COAE COpKlNGf STOVE
HAS BEEN PRONOUNCED BY COMPE.
TENT judges to be the BEST COAL UOUK
r -iNO-SrOVE -i Of " '"'M ''' ' '
il SIZES: PATENTED DECEMBER7, 1858.
For aule by the Inventors and Manufacturers,
ftn&WK PFrkflUFR A f.fl
HUHIIIO, r LblVU I L.II UU.,
. HOVELTT IKON FOUKDEIIT,
r t No. 333 Foorth-Street, Cln.
A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
;. yt.i.r-'' :
f, Economy 1 j Dispatoh !
I'avb' tiioIPieees !
1 jauudiiig Furuituro, Toyti, Crookery, Ulataware,
WholeHale Depot, No. 48 Cedar-Street , New York.
AddifMA, r ,UKN14Y 0. HPALDINU A H).,
. . - , - Bok No. S.iiOO. Nhw York.
' Put up for T)nalern in eaten containing four, elghtt
ami iweive uo.mi 1 uohuiiimi A4tuutiap nnuii-
eara aooouipanyingeaon ptaago. . uftijny
II. II. Cook. A. III. Cook.
ijvt.:h: iooqk aopm
' ' PR0PBIKT0BS OF
11REAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
y r ' WHITEWATER CANAJ rii'J
BETWEEN FIFTH AND BI3f.TH-STR.EET8, CIH.
..mm nnivMn n itkivcw OP HAVtNO KN.
M TIHKI.Y uliiiuiTtiiit.il btilldiiiir In the citv. aud
turned our attention to pveiiurlug building rautorinla
, 'of every diweriiitloiK we can aaier Har that our ex-
rinuco In tne I.UHineMH and our !acilltion enable ua
o offer tuduoeuientH to buildera in the ejky and at a
.tli.tanoe uiiMurpAHHea, u eituaiel, Ay any oiner sum
'luroHlnbllKbnieut in tho went.
We aUo miiiiufncture Veueem of all descriptions,
and kernon bund up assort me ot of MhhkhiiVi Hone
wood, walnut audOiih Veneers. AI.O, Pine Backing
fur Ple.turH. and I.ooklllc.elAHM'N. '
1. H. We have ju.it received forty thonnand leet of
noil ueuar. or line uualily, wiuun we can sen at a
less price nan it uas ever oceu som ior in mis aiar
kat. - maa-ti
I' ; n A 'NTTs V f P. A "MTsV f :
: . XX.X XJ XI' vfl.ll XJ X i ;
III. 'IV.: CLARK,
1 , -
. , , . , foetsnioa r vas a ooH)i 1 in 1 &
MANUFACTURER ' WHOLES AUC DEALER
uiiiil It'll m liUifiivnirre;"C
NO. 40 MAtX?4TREEir,,CUicAiNATJ, O.
1 1 r ...... 1 rmyi7j . . . c , 1
. , II. P. ELIAS'S
-wT-trll V ntKI H HAD EVERY ARTI.
CLK upuertalntng tothe bines. at a much
lass prliw, Sir C AMI, Uiaii bus eyar twfure been utfrref
lu tula waraei. M .. -
, GIVE TJhJ A CALL, n.a
J CWGlrV HOllSC,
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"a "I Av A. a.. J, A.tit-A.'.:: ArNlkA,
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' YOLa III, NO. 38.
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nil ) ini
APRIL 4, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT, ,
T jl lew CT.sitiK. aiiiM, uu lira ivmi uuinciail
Lennox and Lee, Mass., a returned Oalifor
u niani having some $1,800 belted around him,
summer sunsets, whtoh, in its present state.
promises to b ona of the most striking of all
ir uudsenpes. -
Thar. Arc anm seventy ca of imnll-nox
In the northern part of Coot County, N. a. .
A Southern paper
Phillipe an "infernal machine set to music."
Th inam 4a tha Enirliah nnderwritera. bv
the ill-fated ttcamer Hungarian, ii rated at
$760,000 on Cam alone. . ; m i . '
' Franklin, .alldne of a Senator who had
Vnn drl'Ar. WLlAi ."Ha nATPF Bnlft A TllAPA lf
ll'ttane narrower than nig own mind." '
TTnarct of twenty tuna of irrccn-aalted
hide. passed over tho Hannibal and St. Joseph
Kaiiroaa intt ween, Douna uoswnwara.
The emicrratlon to Pike'a Peak la raiwintf
through St, Joseph, Mo.., at the rate of fifty
SnmuetTilford died at Nashville. Tenn., on
Sunday last, from' the result of injuries re
ceived a few days previous by a'fiiUIng sign.
A new invention for wantilng clothes W
recently been pntcntedby Mr. Stephen Moms,
of Staunton. ' ....
rA- man' 'named Brrei of Mercer County,
Va., has been arrested for killing another
named Farley. ' , ., ., ;
,;Two taore Of the niurdcrers of Dr. Keitt, at
Madison, t lorida, nave Deen sentenced to be
hung. , , rn
! The Rennbllcani have ordered' ari edition
of five millions of Corwin's Inst speech for
circulation, , - -.
I 'I ' X' k 1 . n H..nJ mnnnlinnt
who died ft tew days ago, naa uis ute insured
iqr 30,WO. . r, rrVr,
'Th wift of Robert Ft Warinff,- United
States Consul at St. Thomas, W. I., died On
to 24th ultf, Of yellow fever. : i
The Linn shoe-strike voted on Monday
unanimously to continue the' strike. The
Women were especially enthusiastic. ' '
Ji M. Shell, of Flsherville, Tenn., has a hoe.
of medium size and weight, with no less than
eight pertectly torqied leet. . , . ,
I Tim. Horriffnn, a drunken vaeabond. beat
his wife to death in New Orleans a few days
since. ; , : :, , , ,
One Charles Stratton quarreled with Wm,
Smith in a brothel in Memphis, Tenn., a few
days since, and stabbed him to the heart.
The Girard' House, Philadelphia, is to be
lighted with water (fas, which is said to be
The vonne Queen of Portugal lately asked
her husband at dinner what wine he prefer"
red, "f ort-you-giM, was tne reply.
The Colonization Society has appropriated
$10,000 to send free negroes expelled from
ArKAiuaa to iiiperw. . , :. .,
Frederick Weber, the larecst man in Bal-
UmoreL weiirliinir 472 pounds, died suddenly
on Thursday evening. ' - .
rfleWCfc' W.'Carterl t)l I)., has accepted the
rresmency or tne v nivergiiy ot rexas, at
salac-of 6,OO0jj (v, V3i1
The dnntha In St. Lnula lost waaIc num.
VIMimtllHBCtWifi'nfHliiTT' ttltiMTlAfl that
. , . ..a.. .uv..UwU
me rresiaeni una signet a dui proviaing ior
tua protaotion ot temaie emigrnnv passengers
, . w .
in Vessels crossing tne SC. I f f L i
' 1 .
Tlie ''boss'1 cablnet-m akera in . Naw Ynrlc
are holding meetings, in order to form an or-
Sanization to protect themselves against the
emands pf their workmen 4 , k A
The Rev. -Alexander Dvce iseontinuiritr his
one-volume EaelUh renrinte of the old dra
matists, undertaken originally by Mr. Moxon,
and now isgaea Dy Messrs. riouuoage & tJo.
A memoir of Thos. Hood, the noet. novelist
Land humorist,, preparing by his daughter,
will contain muon original correspondence,
exhibiting a new phase of hi character.
Barth's "African Travels" have been trans
lated into French; Michelet's L' Amour into
, , .. . , U .., V 1.1 lttf-in.Mn.n : ,. . u
17C1 mail. nui( ,iuiiwiui a uvouiuo us iAf u.
rendered into Hungarian. '
A new Catholic Church is to be erected this
season at Richmond, Ind, on the site occupied
by the present one, at an estimated cost of
The Canton (Miss.) Citizen learns that the
dent of MadiB0Il CoUege, recently died at his
residence in Charon., i-j,'
.' The disgraceful fabrication that Mrs. Maria
L. Child has a daughter teaching school in
the South, suffering from want, is still on its
travels. , ,
John Kavnnaueh, emnloved at "Allen's
print works. Providence, R. I., swallowed a
piece W oil of almond recently, m a joke,
ana aiea in consequence. : - -
The enrolled Sunday-school scholars under
the pastoral tare pf the M. E. Church are
8w,ooo, a numuer equal to toe population 01
the city of New. York. , . ,
Dr. Keyser, the President of the Academy
of Antwerp, hoe., recently completed a re
markable picture of one of the most stirring
incidents of Torqnato Tasso's life.
County, Mo, a few days ago, fell in front of
a neaviiy loaaeu wagon, ana ' was Kiuea Dy
the passing of the wliee) over hi body. ,
We see it stated that it costs Messrs. Doug-
las, Slidell, Bright and Owin, about twenty
five thousand dollars a year each, to live in
Washington.'..,' t !;., .... .-. .1 ( ' ' '
Cucumbers are selling at twenty-five cents
aniece in the Savannah (Oa.) market and
green peas at thirty-seven cents per quart
111 tun UU11,
M. Alexander Dumas ha, produced the first
part of what purports to be a translation of
. 1 , 1. - , 1 ; . 1
an HutouioizTHuiir ui xiurwv, uiocovereu ut
r, . 1 . 1 : 1 .i. r..i!
iu. jjuuitta iu ui iiuraiT ui buo 1 mhmu,
"OtWay's 'Venice Preserved'ris srreatlyln,
debted for its characters, as well as its plot, to
St. Real s " Coiuuralim$ i MtiMtgnolt contrt
' 0 Jennintrs Wise, the duel-fichtinir son of
cx-uovernor rv we, 01 irgmia. anu one 01
the editors or tne uicnmond Enquirer, bus
become a communicant in the Episcopal
v A few evenings since, On the road betwean
was wuyluyed and robbed by two Irishmen,
neuner 01 waora nas Deen arresia.
Hoffman Von Fallersleben, who is now on
an arcluaologieul exploration iu Berlin, has
discovered in the library there a manuscript
of a Dutch version of the Canticles ofSolo-
pion ot tUe thirteenth century. ' .
A portion of the library of Mr. Cutlar Fer
guson, lately sold in Loudon, was one of the
most sunero small collections of books re
cently seen in the market. Though compris
ing only wi lots, tne produce or tne saie was
nearly f i,uuu., ,, 1
Church has recently commenced a large
Mr.'CatitWe Hoes, al nsuhew; of Ki-lJrli
dent Vur) Bureu, aul, during bis Administra
tion, residing with bun at Washington, died
oh Sunday, at the residvaoe of bis mother,
ivinaernovB, new lorn.
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MEXICO.
Particulars of the Bombardment of Vera
Cruz and the Raising of Siege—Miramon's
Convoy Cut Off.
The telegraph has already advised us of tho
bombardment of Vera Cruz by MiramOn and
his forces, of his repulse and subsequent re
newal of the attack, Wad Of the final falsing
of the siege; but New Orleans advices of the
30th ult. give us the many interesting par
ticulars of the engagements. The Vera Crtit
correspondent of the Picayune writes on the
18th ult.: VJ 1 .
.Thursday afternoon, the ,16th instr. (date of
my last,) the hmnHardmentrjf the city recom
menced with fur more fury than ever before.
ai intervals an nignt tne enemy were turow
ing bombl into the town; and again on the
morning of the 16th, there Was sharp can
nonading on both sides, and during the night
of the same, the enemy continued throwing
- At half-past three o'clock op tlis morning
of the 17th, Miramon made an attack on hi
city, nring musketry and two noia pieces.
The point of ittbKk was'at the barracks of the
Merced, near the Alameda, but he was verji
quickly repulsed, as some thirty cannon and
two thousand I pieces of , musketry were
brought to bear on the enemy. The bring in
mis attacK and repulse lasted only aoont
twenty-nve minutes, wnen every tning oe.
eatte suddenly n silent as death, with only,
now nnd then, the firing into the town of
This sight, In the shades of darkness, was
excitinplv mntrnifieent: it was an nnccasinir
flash of brilliant light from the booming of
tne neavy cannon and nring ot tue mtrsKotry
along the whole lines of tne forts, from the
Santiago on the south-east to the Uemelot
tort, on tne west. ' '
.In .Ul. wl . T nn, linnnw tn inTn.m vm.
wi. .Ul. DIUlii . Ull, IIIIWJIJ I.U .lll..ll, juu,
there were no lives lost In the attaok'in the
night; however, there were four persona
wounded and one killed from the effects of a
bomb. ..After the rising of the sun, scouts
were sent out to examine the ground where
the enemy was, and six dead bodies were
picked up, also the foot and boot of a person
supposed to be nn officer's, but signs of blood
were discovered in every direction, nnd it is
supposed that a great many were wounded.
. At about half-past six o'clock the morning
of the 17th, the cannonading and bombard
ment wero again resumed in a most terrific
manner, and kept up for about two hours,
during whicli only five poor women and two
children were wounded, which was from the
bursting of a bomb. Up to the present
writing, I am happy to say that there is not
much loss of Jifc, but a great destruction of
bouses. The most of the women and children
have been removed from the city to the
vessels in the harbor, unci to the castle of San
Juan de Ulna. The latter place has now
some 2,500 of them. , ' .. 1
At about twelve o'clock, on the night of
the 17th, the enemy, commenced .another
bombardment, and kept it up, and at nine
o'clock this morning, (the 18th,) another
terrible nnd most determined cannonading
from both sides was resumed, and is still
being kernVno;-'" 3 ii-J'-a
The Liberals within the walls, I am happy
to say) are full Of enthusiasm: they are now
so accustomed to comus and bans that they
rVm'tctamiudth.riTi7'.i W 1 "
By intelligence received from deserters the
enemy had some thirty killed in the trenches,
and they report some two hundred wounded
up to ibis date. Among tne Killed is a (Jot.
Prieto, one captain and two lieutenunts. At
eleven o'clock A. M.. the firing ceased, and
probably for the day. Fortunately no one was
killed on the side of the Liberals, and but few
Une bomb tcllond burst in the house of the
American Consul, and, also, this morning,
three fell and burst in tha bouse of Iabadic k
Co adjoining, and on the other side of the
Consulate there are a great many perforating
and bursting in the immediate, vicinity. . The
American nag seems to have been the par
ticular object of Mirumon's vengeance, and
the firing at the Consulate has been so con.
stautthai the authorities and citizens in the
vicinity have requested that the flag be taken
down. . T 1- T 1 1 - - r r - -
.At half-past thrso o'clock P. M. yesterday,
there came in a reinforcement of three hun
dred cavalry and infantry, and I learn that
they are to leave again to-day, With immui
nition, to attack and annoy the enemy in the
RENEWAL OF THE BOMBARDMENT AND CUTTING
OFF OF MIRAMON'S CONVOY.
The same correspondent writes thus on the
25th. from Vera Crux : J i, '. .im i .l(u
Since my lost to vou of the 18th inst.. the
usual excitement of the morning, of cannon
ading and bombarding, takes place between
tne belligerent lorces, wtuon lasts about two
On the morning of the 19th there was
severe cannonading on both sides, and tho
bombs of the enemy oaused si fearful destruc
tion of property,, but fortunately few lives
During the night of the 19th there was
another attempt to make an assault upon, the
city on the south-east, and 1 am happy to say
11 was received "a la mouo Americana, mat
is to say, tue enemy was allowed to npproacli
without the besieged seeming to notice them.
astney very coouy reserved tneir nre nntu tno
enemy got very near the trenches, when the
guns from the Fort of Sontiogo, loaded with
grape and canister, were discharged with se
rious enect, and caused tnem to beat a quick:
retreat. Loss of the enemy in this affair, not
known. '- 1
On the morning of the 20th the cannon
ading was again resumed, and lasted about
twe hours, and, as usual, some partial de
struction of, houses from the bursting
Domos, .- - -
It is reported that during the lost two days
some eight persons wero killed, and thirteen
wonnaeu,' sttnenea to tne lines ma tne
tosses1 sustained by 'the enemy during this
penou are not Known. , .. .
, This morning a new battery of the be.
siegers was discovered -on-the "mednnos."
bock of the , metadero, in the direction
ooenncios, auppuseu w uv piuceu mere
a r 1 , , . 1 1 ' . 1 .
annoy tue gun-boats and to protect any re
treating forces of the enemy in the vicinity
nf r!nmni Man trt - -
( This morninV 'hs'vd Ihe 'gratifying r in
telligence ttiat uarvajai nau uiKcn a convoy
of Miramon's between Perote and Jahipa.
with fifteen wagon loads of munitions, pro
visions, and f n,ouu specie, nno also dispersed
the guard of 700 pien; he. also has tjiken
three notable "Reactionaries, i: Ytuarte.
Cesar and Arizmendi,.whu were destined
organize the Custom-house at Alvarado,
which place, as i before informed you, bus
been abandoned by Miramon. They were
brought in this morning. This uifuir must
be a serious dumper to th . enemy, and equally
beneticiul to tne MDsrais.
Cdrioiw Msuoies to bb PubuhiISI.. -Mf.
Robert Chambers has just edited a biograph
ical tract of a novel character." It is entitled
Jtenoir of a Mankiiig-Aoute, and was written
bv Hlr William Fnrbds. tha hiotrraiiher of Dr.
lieattie,and friend of Sir Walter , Scott,
commemorate a commerciol'iaruer of nearly
a century, of safe and underiating, though
moderate prosperity, as the mothof of other
ana more extended eatauusnments. . i
PABTiALrrr or rat Ddbliko Law in Francs.
The law, as it affects dueling, is not adminis
tered in France with perfect uniformity.
has been remarked -that M. Vaudin it sen
tenced to 1 one month's imprisonment
'cutting and wounding M. About, by
same tribunal (tlutt of Versailles) which aitoA
anther absolved the famous dleut.' Hveno
who 1 ran M. de Pene through the body and
lett mm at aeatu uoor.
Remuneration for Labor.
The New York Tribune has a lengthy ar
ticle, in a late issue, on the price of labor of
different sorts, and gives a table not intended
to represent tne standard ot wages, nut sim
ply the average earnings in the various trades
and professions during the whole year. In
many caees workmen lose three and four
months in the wnole year, while in the win
try weathor, when they are employed, their
receipts are reduced by reason of short hours.
We annex tne tabic:
- lYavfai and ProeMWiw. ' Wnpf
IdiKera ..... v
Boot and Shoe. makers 0 I
Boot and Bhoemnkern bv the piece.... 7 .
Brewers and Dbitlllers, 7dayeperw'k It m
Brlcklrfyrra and Mason Ill on
Cabinet-makers......... ... ... 7 nn
Coopers.... 7 All
Carpenters (houxc) M 7 en
Carnisn 7 (Hi
Cigar-makers .....4.M...W.........M. 7 ?
Urns Clerks ll
Dry-goods Clerks (retail !.... In nil
Domestic Servant 6 nil
Knalneers It 00
Faiicy-Kuols CleAstrttail) HMO '
Kolding-tirls (books)....,........ 4 SO , I
Uroeers' Clerks (retail), inc. board... no
Otinsmitbs 0 nn
Hatters. 10 nn
Hooped Bklrt-rakors.....-. ........... 5 Ml
Irou-nmlders in (si
Machinists ., 11 oil
Millwrights - II in
Painters ...m. 7 en -
I'inno-Korte-makars 7 on
Vnrters in storee..M. 7 isi
Pressmen (morning papers) 12 nil
Printers dully papers) la on
Printers (book).......- , 10 on
Printers Job) 11 in
Pressmen hnnd aud machine)......... II on
Police ( srttiina...... 2.1 m
Police Sergeants...... 17 111
I'olice Patrolmen 1'. 3s 'a
Kope-splnncrs A 00
Railroad Conductors (cltyj, 7 days
per week 10 M
Itailroad Drivers (city), 7 days por
week S 75 1
Rtnge Drivers 7 rsl .
Hhirt-sewcrs 3 (SI
Htone-cntters 7 Ml
Teachers (iu private schools) IS (Ml
Walters (saloon), luclndlng board..., 6 (Mi
Waitresses (saloon). Including board 4 isl
Watch-makers ... II no
. Important Works in Proorkss In Enq,
land. Several important works are now iu
progress at Oxford, undertaken by the
University press, or tho establishment of
Messrs. Parker. Among them are The Ec
clesiastical History of John of Ephcsus, trans
lated from the original Syriac MSS. brought
trom Kgypt oy tne nev. 11. laitam, a vnb
liable contribution to the knowledge of Chris.
tian antiquity. The Anglo-Norman Psalter
ot William the (Jonuucror. edited bv M.
Francisnue Michal. The Philebus of Plato, a
revised Text and Commentary, edited by Mr,
Poste of Oriel College. A new, Catena on
St. Paul's Epistles, from the works of the
early fathers, nnd divines of the Mcdia-'vitl
Church, by the Rev. Heury Newland. The
new and enlarged edition of Jelf's Greek
Grammar, founded on that of Kuhner, nnd
now by successive revivals rendered the most
complete extant worx in tins brancn 01 put.
losophy, and some other books of minor im
" Singular Prkskntiment to a MiNiBTun
A letter from Ransom, Mich., of late date,
says: The Rev. J. J. Andridge, of this place,
last week took a load of grain to mill, and
was detained till, some time in the night,
eight miles from home. He was importuned
to stay all night,' but he declared it was con
tinually impressed upon his mind that he
must go home, and he did so, notwithstand
ing tho urging to the contrary. lie arrived
ut home about one o clock at nigm, ana just
in time to save bis house from being burned
up, and probably his wife nnd children. His
family wero all asleep, and his wife, when
awakened, felt that smarting of the throat
that precedes suffocation." ..The .fire was
caused by a firebrand lulling on tho floor,
wnion una Durnea a large note in it.
Condition or thb Massachusetts "Strik
ers." The Boston Poet says between three
and four hundred of the disaffected cord-
wainers of Lynn, seeing no prospect of com
pelling the manufacturers to sign the bill of
wages, have resumed work at advanced
prices. The female strikers of Lynn have
commenced to suffer, it is said, though they
are still resolute, and exhibit no sign what
ever of flinching. They are to have a levee
on Thursday evening, for the aid of sufferers.
At Nutick, the strikers have been aided by
the late fair to tho amount of $399 85, and
they are to have a grand public demonstra
tion, with the aid of the military and firemen,
on Thursday. , . ,
' ' Rot a Prizes Offirbd for Literature.
The King of Bavaria offers a prize of $1,000
for the best work on German antiquity up to
Charlemagne; $5,000 for a manual pf German
bistory up to the nineteenth, or $2,500 up to
the fourteen th century; ana $1,600 for the
best biography of the most eminent German,
nnd the same amount for that of tho most
distinguished Bavarian personage. Candi
dates tor the hrst prize to send tneir naa. to
Munich before January 1, 1863, addressed to
the Committee of the Academy of Sciences;
tor the second ana tmra prizes, betore Janu
ary 1, 18GB;' and for the fourth and fifth,
before April 1, 186U ; : : .
The Penalty or Fame. The authoress of
Adam Beat is passing the penalty of sud-
lian mnalnaa. nri.1 tltn "rPRrM.taVilA'' Hft.Urtn
OfUie community in England are snaking
tneir heads in anticipation ot ner new work,
The Stilton the Floe. The scrutiny to which
popular authors are exposed, has placed her
name in an equivocal connection with that
oi tne wen-Known versatile writer, ueorge
Henry Lewis, the biographer of Goethe and
historian of philosophy. -
A Soldier Fatally Poisoned from Eat
ing; Sealed Can Fruits, A United States
soldier, named Iiczroo, died a short time
since ut Steilaooom, near Puget'a Sound,
through eating strawberries, which had been
preserved in a tin oun. It was found that
this poison had formed through the acidity
of the fruit coming in contact with the metal
of which the can was composed; the effect,
when eaten, being to ulcerate the stomach,
and finally to cause death. , ,
. , Victor Hugo's Version or Shakspearb
The new French translation of Shakspeare
by M. Francois Victor Hugo has proceeded
to a fifth volume. If it is any credit to strike
out a novelty, in a beaten track, M. Hugo
has certainly achieved it in his classification
of the Plays; thus, volume three was entitled
, Turmu. one comprises ilacboth. King
'John, and Richard 111. Volume four, Lt
uaioux. IS devoted to j noma ana iressiua.
Much Ado About Nothing, and The Winter's
' The Cause or the HnNOAiiiAN's Loss.
The Portland (Me.)" Jiepublican says the cap
tain of a brig, whose name he could not
learn, was in that city Friday, who savs he
Was in the neighborhood of the Hungarian at
the time of her loss, and that he lost his ves
sel by getting into a held of ice, and thinks
tue Hungarian was lost oy tue same means.
.' An Authoress Advised to Boy hbr Own
Book. Augusta J. Evans, the accomplished
authoress or "iteulnh,1' while in a bookstore
l.. U Al..K.m. nna Auv 1...
IU MUUIgUUIVI J, AIOUIHIII UMW UWJ KM V Tl Dl. J
was recommended to buy a copy of that pop
ulur woi k, a clerk remarking that he though
t would pieose ner. i , . . .
A Shibp-Like Calf. In Gratiot, Wiscon
sin, mere is young can ot oruinary size ana
torm, covered, executing tne neoa, with
thick maixnd r.oat nt'lilm k wool. It tiaa tha
appearance of a black . sheep about i thro
weeks alter having been sheared, ana Its tull
looks similar, being Urge next the body and
Terrible Anti-Clergy Insurrection in
correspondent of tho Timee,
writing from the city of Mexico, sayst '"' ' '
The news from the interior Is all in fnVot
of the Constitutionalists. ZaentAcas has fal
len into their hands again. The fall of Zaca
terns from the hands of tht clergy has been
the moat bloody affair in the present Civil
war. It appenrs that the clergy forces had
moved ont from the city to attack Ortega.
They had not beon gone but a few hours,
when the populace rose against the email
garrison, and in a few moments the soldiers
were actually stoned to death. The populace
then proceeded to destroy the municipal pal
ace, and kill the members of the aynntamiento
found in iU Several houses, owned by per
sons leaning to the clergy side, were also de
stroyed. : The populace then moved npon the
churches, breaking down the doors, und
dragging out the priests and friars nnd kill-
ma; mom like oogs. i nn scene oi riot ana
ruin continued until Ortega had got the better
of the clergy forces and moved Into the city,
wnen, oi course, oroer was esiannsnea. i no
ri.i. .ir..:. t... nn k.. n..Kltl,oit
uumiia ui vino muni uiiid iiu, .v-n 'uu,iotit.vi,
but are unquestionably, more or less, what 1
tell you. The horrors of this massacre came
from the exasparntion of the populace against
the clergy, and prove most conclusively tout
Zacatecus does not belong to the clergy.
Pecuniary Reasons for Advocatino a
Candidate for the Presidency The rea
sons why General Joe Lane's friends are
fushing turn so prominently forward as a
residential candidate are thus stated by the
Washington correspondent of the New York
lttadtr; ., . . ... , .,
"The anxiety to have General Lane elected
does not by any means wholly arise from po
litical sympathy witn his views. T ne clique
in question are largely interested in the Ore
gon war debt, which nas been brought up by
portios friendly to them at ten cents on the
dollar, Now, as the alleged debt amounts to
more than six millions of dollars, and as
General Lane, if elected President, would of
course favor its payment, we have here an
inducement of very solid proportions for the
support of that candidate, and the expendi
ture of a large sum of money to secure his
nomination. In other words, should General.
Lane be elected, these speculators would re
ceive six millions of dollars for a debt bought
up for six hundred thousand."
An Old Man Deliberately Murdeukd by
his Son. Abel Potter, a former, in easy cir
cumstances, and about soventy years old,
was shot the other afternoon, at his residence,
in Greenfield, Mass., by his son, Philander F.
Potter. There had been a dispute of long
continuance between the parties, and the son
claimed a large sum for labor noon his father's
farm, and, it is said, had repeatedly threat-1
ened to take the old gentleman's life; unless
a satisfactory settlement 1 should be ' luiule.
The dispute was renewed at the dinner-table,
after which the father lay down to sleep,
when the Bon loaded a pistol and a double
barrelled gun, and fired four times through
thn window and door, the last shot, taking
effect in the fnther's side, and producing a
wouud thut must result in speedy death.
The son then started off npon the public road,
valise and gun in hand, but was nrrestcd
without resistance, within about half mU
from Tiome. ' . .
A DotiRTruL Story or Cathouo Supersti
tion. The Catholic priests of Ireland, it is
said, nave been pronted by tne late rrotestunt
rivivnl by selling charms to protect their
people against its mnuence. Mottles ot noly
water, blessed by the priest and worn on the
person, nre warranted to prevent an attack
of the revival, which seemed to bo looked
upon as a sort of contagion. Some of the
SriesU have taken large sums for these anti
otes. A poor servant, who had bought one
of the charmed bottles for a shilling, stole
into the room of his Protestant master and
shook it over his head while at prayers, to
prevent his being "struck." i 1
Defense or the Prize Rino. Grantlcv F.
Berkeley, in his defense of the Prize Ring,
says that in England, upon his "personal in
aury. as well as on reading tho charges to
juries of tlie different Judges when on cir
cuit, it -was tonnd tnat nreclselv aa tha nriza
ring naa iauen into decay, and tno Dozing
match everywhere been prevented, there was
a very startling and twenty percentage or
more of increase in cases ot reference to the
deadly weapon, and that Englishmen, liko
. v , .. . . , if . 1 .
loreigners, instead or a maniy Dozing oout,
hod commenced to stab with the knife."
A New Shingle Machine. The, Pittsburg
irenn.) vnrontcu- speaxs or a new macmne
Just started in that city, colled the Iron City
ouingie Mocnine. . 1 ne macninc is constructed
to make from sixty to eighty shingles per
minute. it maKes Darrel neods, looeing-gloss
bocks, veneering and cigar boxes. A circular
horizontal saw is used, and the block so ad
justed that it cuts lengthwise-of the wood,
ano as smootn as 11 pianea rrom end to end,
of any desired thickness. It may be worked
by steam, water, or horse-power. .
Twelve Churches, in Belgium. Simul
taneously Struck by Liohtnino. In a re
cent debate in the House of Commons, on the
subject of protecting public buildings against
lightning, a member read the substance of a
dispatch from the English Minister at Brus
sels, stating that on the third Sunday in Feb
ruary, a violent thunder-storm, accompanied
ny aa unpreceoentediy neavy. tail ot anow,
had overspread Belgium: and that twelve
churches had been simultaneously struck by
iiguimng. ... : ; ,i
, r -
A Mother Accidentally Shoots Her
Child. Mrs. Samuel Stewart, of Knoxville,
Iowa, a few days since, to amuse her little
boy, about three years old, took up and was
showing him an Alien's revolver pistol,
which had not been used for a long time, and
was supposed not to be loaded. ' By accident
it was discharged: tlie ball struck the child
in the center of the forehead, penetrated to
the back of the head, and glanced down
ward, wounding , the little fellow danger
ously. . " , .
A Sensible Man Though an Emperor. M.
Gaillairdct writes from Paris to the (burner
dee Mtatt Unit, that when Mr. Faulkner, the
new American Minister, went to the Tuilcries
to present his letters of credence, he entered
the hall where the Emperor was waiting for
him, and was passing on to the next, not
knowing that he was in the imperial pres
ence. The Emperorlaughed and said, "Never
tell me again that the majesty of my person
shows itself to every one. ' . .
White Swans Killed in Iowa 77i Free
rreie, published at Nowtou, Iowa, says, in
late issue: Two large and beautiful white
swans were killed by Frank Reeves last Fri
day, on Sknnk River, while out hunting.
The largest of them measured tome seven
feet from tip to tip of the wing and when
standing was nearly as toll as a common
sized man. Such birds ore rare (n this re
. j 1 11 II III -TV W
Great Drought in Iowa. The Des Moines
(Iowa) Btauter, of few days ago, remarks
that they hare hardly had what mav be called
a rain storm in central, Iowa 0 sut months.
There was a shower or two after harvest, last
Bummer, and hardly a sprinkle since. ' Three
fourths of the wells and cisterns have boon
dry for weeks, and great Inconvenience is ez
perlencad in obtaining a supply of water. ' f
. 1. . ' .... 1. ". .. ,,..n
1 ' A Forced Hbxioab Loan, A letter from'
Vera Oral states that Miramon, on his way
! down from tha unit), rniiwwei a fe-rcod loan
of $100,000 on the people of Puebla, and an-
oiner oi iu,uuu on tnose 01 jaiappa, and,
wunv 1 more, got tne money.
The Gallantry of Dreams—A Delightful
' The New York correspondent the New
Orleans Picayune observes Iu a receht let
ter: ':' ' " I .
' T know a most intelligent and accora-
illshed young lady, who has seldom slept
or the last seven years without being vis
ited by a phantom in tlie shape of a man,
handsome and more agreeable than any gen
tleman she has ever seen with her Waking
eyes; and slthongh at first she was fright
ened ot bis advances, she now finds it theae
delightful nightly interviews the chief charm
nf life. This dream phantom mokes love
like an angel. ' The lady is finely organized
nnd of a highly nervous temperament, and
the escitement of this ghostly intercourse is
exhausting her physical life., Every day her
check grow paler and thinner, and her eyes
brighter nnd larger. I presume this strange
experience, which was confided to me as a
profound and precious secret, with many
minute and most interesting particulars, is by
no means peculiar to my fair friend. '
This Is a queer story, and we hope, the
young woman has not, under the delicious,
delusion of dreams (waking pnes perhaps),
mistaken the nocturnal visits to her bed
chamber of some ardent lover for those of
what must prove, under the circumstance", a
yqry unsatisfactory ghost. . . ... ! ,r (
Unique Theatricals in Australia.
Enquirer writes from Melbourne as follows:
The theater is" another long canvass tent,
with really a good stage and fair scenery.
The audience part is not as good reversing
the order of things at home; for there, you
know, the manager only cares for his audi
ence: the actors get on as they con.i The
part of tho house that is styled the dress circlo
is next the orchestra simple boards the bare
earth for their feet; next to those, another net
of scats, called the stalls; beyond that,' seats
like a temporary circus, where their lcg3
hang down in space. . ' .
A vonia Jones nas done an immense business
cVcr since We have been here. Last night she
played Bianca, witli the thermometer 110 the
house jammed. They pay her the high com
pliment of being intensely still. I use tho
superlative; us lam told, the two first weeks
they opened they kept up a horrid din. One
of the reporters to a paper at a place called
Maryborough, styles it "mind over matter."
lie it what it may, they are ns attentive nnd
npprcciutivo us iu Melbourne. One horrid
custom they huvc, and that is smoking du
ring the performance. The second night it
was so bad that when they called her ont she
rerv orind naturcdlv asked them, as a favor.
hot to smoke during the performance. The
next night not a cigar or pipe was to bo seen
until the first piece was over, when, ns by
magic, Hundreds oi tiny nres appeareu,
A "Ghost" Thrashed by a Woman. The
Lafayette (Ind.) Courier tolls an amusing
story ot a company oi young iaa:es anu gen
tlemen uf thai place who took it into their
heads to adjourn from a social party to it
Walk nnar thecemeterv. , Asthevannroached
tho ghostly place a lady screamed. All eyes
j. - i . . l.t. :.. ,1 .l t... 1. ... 1
L - "ihffiwtm
, ..riu-j., ,u Th.v.n Ci
. , . , , l ,,, ..,1V, ' " "Ml
one sturdy woman of the strong-minded clnss,
who stood her ground till tho ghost got to
her, when nnc seized it, anu turosnea out oi
his mghttui disguise a miscnievous icuow
who bad heard the project of walking about
the grave-yare discussed, nnd hid himsell
there k give the party it fright. She led him
back to the houe, anil in reply to the ques
tions that poured upon her, said: "Can't fool
me, I've seen too mnny men in sheets to get
frightened at them!" ,
DoubtlesB she had; but we question if she
treated the other fellows so harshly as the
chap in the cemetery. ;
V An Old Woman Killed by her Son's
Cruelty. A day or two since, a woman
named Bowlin died in very poor circum.
stances, at her residence, on Arbor Hill. Al
bany, N. Y. This old woman was subjected
to severe beatings at the hands of a dissi
pated son, who used to drink up all he could
earn nimsclL and because his mother would
not satisfy bis appetite for rum. by begging
or otherwise, ho would resort to brute force.
Some two weeks ago the son of this woman
left town.- Before he went awny, he gave
his mother a severe beating. Since tbnt
time she has spont the most of her days in
bed. She seemed to suffer great pain, and
it was surmised that her death wits accele
rated by the ill usage received at the hands of
ner son, tnongn it may be tnat tne untortun
ate creature died of a broken heart. ,, ;
A Fair and Cultivated Indian Eiibarha-
dresS. A lone daughter of the forest, named
Nan-nee-bah-we-o.ua, which means an un-
right woman, has arrived in New York, en
. . . , - A ,.' , 1 - - , . ... .
route tur Aiigiaiiu, w appeal w tne yueen
against the removal of her people, the Ojib
was, from their towns and villages on the
Northern shores ot Lake Huron, in tinner
Canada. The Ojibwos number about one
thousand souls, huve embraced Christianity
and become civilized, fflid have good farms,
comfortable houses and pleasant homes.
which are about to be taken from them by
the ruthless hand of power. The fair em
bassador of the red men is said to be gifted
by nature, highly educated, and a member of
tne Methodist (Jhurch.
A. Flattering Opinion or the Residents
or thb Free States. Senator WigfalL of
Texas, used the following language, a few
days since, in Congress: "These Northern
people, of all parties, are a mean, despicable
set of starvelings, unable to see beyond a
dollar, and caring for no consideration except
money, lnreatea tnem, ana tney win crouch
to yonr feet like so many hounds. - Onlv
swear that you are going to dissolve the Un
ion, and the timid' creatureB will get down on
all fours, bite tho duet and kiss the rod raiacd
to chastise them. ' . .. 1
Two Bbothers Arrested bob Mdesks.
We mentioned a few days Bince that a War
Ben, of Memphis, TenuM and a, negro, ware
killed on trading boat, above Vkksburg,
Miss., by robbers, who forced Worsen' wife
to deliver to them , several, thousand' dol
lars in money mid, jewelry. , Two brothers
living near Warreuton. Miss.. Lewis and
David Castlenian, hove been arrested on sus
picion, and Mrs, Worsen identified Lewis as
one or tne scoundrels, tney are pretty sure
hU IUUDI VAfltWS puilIPIIIIIQnt. . t, ,, ),,!..), p
' A Strike and hb Cpnoession oi' the
Strikers. In Norfolk; Va., oa Saturday,' the
uuvenera anu uncitsierB -strucs,,:;, ana would
not rent any stalls from the city, alleging
that the minimum price charged by lie city
($100 and (761 was too much. , The butchers.
however, noon changed their mtuds op leojnr
lug that tne authorities' uiteaaea, ut ask
double pay, for. all stalls not Tented before
jauuauy.., , 1 , r. 1. ' , . ,:,,
.. -., 1 h me 1 ' 1 i r-r.i. , .:i-
A BrcriYE Female- Drummer. In this
Btnte they have a lady-drummer, who has
received a diploma for per skill. Her nam
is Minerva Patterson, a daughter of Major
vital,. PbIiamah - ,...i.k c. : - r
....... m uw.D,r..,a nvaiiiij iniiiiv, w. IVJ
Ucldng Oounty, The Major has, organised
a band, 'tqBSgtlng w holly of 'his children.'.
Two of his girls, nlar the drums, and the-
band is said o b one uf Ui best in the State;1
Wr w Bamnei cenn, of, vweu, .itiass wane
on tier, way to churuh oa Sunday, was seized
with a' fit of coughing which caused tne rup
ture of a blood-vessel. She was carried Into
a neighboring bouse, where the died in a lew
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65 St. Charlea-att, New Orleans, Lau
1 u 1. 1' .ivroBTiasor .,. . '
Qruzta nd tSportlzta; jV.ppartti.,
and ciALm m OTsrownaa. I'
II. CAMPBEL1V & CO.,
MANtTFAGTCRERS OF BAR, gHKET
aniTlluilrr Iron, I'luw Blabs, Itullread SfikM,
ete. Also, aiti ntsfur the sale of Ironton Star Nails.
Wararuoma, Mo, It East Hecuu4-atre.t, Cincinnati,
Ohio. ' ' . . ....... ..
aw-AU Einaa iron mane to oraer.i ,
1 J. J. BUTLER'S J
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Manufactory,' 89 Vino-atreet. (
. LEENDERT. BJL,
aTILBANER OF 8INK.8 AND .VAIII.TS.
J No.1W BUth-street, Between ineana nsc
tho Meiiicnt Oolleso, Cincinnati, Ohio,
may favor him with their patroiiagecajiirell' on punc
tuality andloWK'ne. '' ... aepf-ay
Saddle, Trunk "ind Harness
10a Wnlo-atreet, threp doers above Third.
T EOT ON HANI) AND MAKE TO OH-M-
lihU all kinds orHossa Irappuws, laf aw best
aat tf Horse Blankets. Whins. Oarpet and Leather
mst sn islnnt si manmir. Also, a jaiav ra-
Hits. Buailo Runes, UeA (tb ast
U-leAther), Mull Trunks, Spilnay, ana a large as.
Ilglug to tals ia A. AlUSSSM a JUWASI
D. S. OARRICK,'
Or ALL, DS8OBIPTION8.
ODOR CrBl.iilv. : JEMT.H!.
ii ,1 lidT :w ur vr. jiftiMtw- tyuiu'A
JL Ihat lsewhery in he city.
;AUCIIOHEEB, iND STOCK aND BIU! IdOKEH,'
0.yjt$ gnlrd--, aaeJaant Maelo,WnaalilsV''J
STOCRtJ AND BONDtiq!PliT' ANli
solluu oomnilsslim. L Moroautll. 1'arot and l
BeatiAf4.- Hotes, IMtl deuds and InteTeot Ooupeus
UOTl'ciw'SAtM of StoekiBohdiitoa-att,
J ?m uup vCompalii
ni)RNEtt ioFiBl I A MTJOA'WA IV AN1T
faoaauliia'" tnraery I f.lmor's belenrateil Hydraull .
alreash. FaYmBII PUMH COMPANY Sir .clrs
cularTwhleh will furnish the name, of many wIsA
ka I ued llueee FaAawttIrfcS satialaUoA.