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TH OtNCINll ATI DAILY f BKS ia Utt4 it
snbacrihar. In Cincinnati, Outtngtoa ant '
, srBTrounAlnacltiee sot towaa, .
the Htr?mlr low
FATABLB TO eium.
. fW JfVAinb 4ml d cents;, eiontb,
40 cent; g jmintha, $; 1 jear, 1 AO.
T ANl VINK-bTilKRIS.'
IT-, sol. Manager and Lhwi,
VOAM A. J.LUU.U,
PicM Of ' AM.in.tijT-.Pr. Oirchj tad Parqnatts,
50 cant nailery, ill cent..
Chas-os or 'fis.iIo open at T o'clock certain
a..... v.j, I ,y
Ponltlrclr tli. last night lint one of
MISS CAROLINA BlCniNOS, - - - r ' '
The American Prims Dana, and her Briber,
.: ! : r . rxren Bionmas.
THIH EVRXINO. Mar Jo, win be sreaented th.
"Jf .' '
i I" ;
! On, Ifrs M Kr.w Vets.' '
"i ".tw-Trji Mf. p. iilrnlnn! F.bcn.ier Olrfrich,
Mi- L'll.,1...- M-
. AngudiMBmlK'Ti sir. Head ; Mr.
MlrUlloman llljuina, Mr. I.nnirn'nn
. lilllK rt ;
W 1 ... J
Mr. llann; Eilwurd Oarlan, ttr. Hall
Kin. Mr. Ailnms; Mr. Olilrirh: M
Virginia tnuricii, miss Tfnlte; Nell
MlnWi Mr.. Ill"ly.ln which ah.
ill .In Mar.
nrr . - p-ona; 01 Horn.,'
th. celebrated " La Slcll-
llenn." nul "La M.nola." MM Hlcbl.n.
In the flnli act. the (rand Polka La Pyranaaw of
Twrl" will be deuced br all th. cbaractera. .
To aonclnds with th. patriotic allaajorr of
)cneral Ocorje Wnhlntnn, Mr. Illculnga; Ood-
ch'Hi if Llbcrtr, Mli Hlrhlnla.
I'o-morrow evenlnit. Fnrewcll Testimonial to Mr.
mid MUs HICIIINUS, and boaittvely their Uat ap
,r',","l tire maccowifiil piny, prrftirmed at
Wnllaika Th. sl. r, Keiv York, caflod Tbo llo
niance of aToor ymnj Bfnn."
Batm, Proprietor ami Hanseri W.8. Iawis,
1 reaaurer ; C. T. taint. Stag, lla&att. '
Thi Iramatlo rlcnmn will- commMlc. ; Monday.
May 14, with the donhl. dramatic company. In
clU'lhiR :tli. remilnr Loiilsyillo troupe, and th. dia
tlligulahvd American actor,
IhH MB.JAS. E. Ml'ttDOCH, if;':'
Vho haa twn eniraged for a limited period, to rcpre-r-ut
a routine afliia irmteet characters. k , ,
Banellt of i I ' '
TOVSQ AMEBICA AND HI38 FSANCES..
TniS fyEKINO, May 10, .
OBAKD A30BN8I0N, ' ' " '
. .1 V yi T-nrMrl I try of theatre, Tonnf America.
Will be prMentd, for th. first tint., th. interest
lug elitertaiuuieiit, entitled
',. 1 , . THK ELOrEMINT. . ' ' .'
Mohotaa, t'ranenla Havel; Lanrand, jtiltan Marrl
vettl ; Michand. Anrlrww Lehman ; Baron Mauri,
1'nnl Brillltint; Madame Laumnd, iladame Mar
tlnctti; Incelta,.jUad'll C'hiarlnl; Tlicrcalna,
Mlsa a'rauces. .
First time of ALCIDG-Ilruuloua pcrformancM
I'y oun( Ara.rica. : ,, i
Poaltiy.ir th. hurt altit of ' ' ' ' ' .' '
Ok, Tin Maoio Wand.
Bianco. Oabrl.l HiitoI ; Don Albino, M. Mathien :
ipadoesa. C. I.i'liman ; M'lla, Misa Kralicea.
To-morrow. Fridny, Benefit of Franeola llarel.
WAIT ; FOR TEE FOUR GEESE !
SPALDING & ROGERS'S
A v FROM THEIR 1 r
AiapliJ tli eater-, New jOilcftnd
mOANIZED FOR I.S60 FROM THEIR
AUlOta (JOltl'H, the proprietor, huvlng dli-cunttanf-dt
Hr thli MftMiii.iiu thuir other triiVHling
ostabliuiliraeiitii, tvnd oucontrnt.l All tbelr nrgie
and tmcilltju vpouhftk thir ftivurita cnnipany All
tiniltr the penonal Qptriutiidenc of the muutging
Mr. Charles J. Roeerti,
W'hoM dinciplin nd tct hnve elvntitd tliU cIbhb of
amtiitement to a atanoara T nutAtA nun, jrtifiri MiL
DllOSTand rKRKKOTION, to hteb aU other com-
P'tutoa would Tatuiy iiupo tu attuiu.
I j i t . i ! , r I
la thl. uiiprocudeuted collection of' '
s tit Aorobata, ... r
tir.tr. ' Htavr Oywiaaata,1 ''-
. ritar Clowna. . .
' ' i Star Barawa,
win be nana
Mil. Kate Orraood,
Nick Fester, .
Mra. F. Ormond,
E. IV. Popper.
w . 11. 11111,
Mona. Franoou), 1
ill. Aay, .
AND THI TBICK-H0B8E8
, , Big Thunder,
,.. i; ;: Wildfire,
THE SPOTTED MULE, , t
Andthemoet xtraordloftry of all trained Qiiadrti
peda, tbe beautiful Hone
Tf other with fourteen of the prut t lea t, beat and
' " J . moat Tulaable ,
Ever brought bofbr th. public, will exhibit for
In Clnolnnati In about ton dara. Particulars here
uner. On the eveulutf of the arrival the calebraiad
r.nfiun Uuurl Jester ..
. TOBI WATSON,'
; Will aail down the rlvor In a -:'
, , , .jDBAWN BY , .,
il Pour Geesel
"" Trained by hlmatlf, '' '
In fill Wsw of th. pabllc on th. bauks, whloh mat
; bo performed lu Nashville before ever . 1
And la toitUvlllaj befbr. oyar . . ,
Tw.nty Thouaand People,
Amid abouta'and applause from the cratined aps.'
tatora. Tlila feat he performs ut oery plac vuli
out Tail, and with the greatast suouass. ,
See auhaoQUMit advorUsement.
uiylll , K. DIN0B8S, Alent.
It Alf 1
n HOCI.AL PICNIC.
iinti. I I f i-
VtLlT To Ue Hlyei
'"' ' comttTTia or AuaaaaiMiNTt. ' '
Eifli""' ."tt-" i JohnMcDunn
Win. C. Sniltn, Nolaon C. Boyd. ,
- ! riAioa HAiiAoaaa. ,
Pmf.Bhanl, Find. 0. Jonos, flamn.l Duntalnf
:has.U.JassoJt4' O''Ooa. vuarw seiia"vs.
I.swla A brake. John 11. morris, l uoauu isiiw.
wroAis.; As.'t m: n isl'soN o. Boyd. ci.tr.
ii.. v',. ruui'v it and riii mt in miiiiaknrja. 1 11
CliauiF1"!' 3 hast beau ,''J.ti114 Vj1
mva-daoll K. u .
ri .Sii'.eou ..! av M.;l sail bnioatii tA
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VOL.. JII, ,N0. 5T4. ... . . ,r 1 ' '' -- ' CINClIN'K ATt Tit URS DAY MORNING. MAY 10. 1860-
TRICE ONE CENT.,
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I ': 'M r.lf, ','f,, ;.fr '. ..-.t.-i's V, , -ff
PIKE'S OPKR A-HOtlHB M O l A T
KVKMNfl. M.v T iwt. end av.rr .vanlti.
during th. nek :
Btorn of th fkrorltra Tb. Star Troop, of lb
HOOLEY & CAMPBELL'S
(LATB UKOROB CHRISTY'S)
Tmro Nlblo'l Saloon, Broadway N. T.
. M. BOOLKT, . 0. CAMPBELL and 0. W. H.
Thl. nnennaled trnupa. eotonrhrin fimrtMn nf h
most brilliant atari of th. profession, will appear a.
abo.e In their araiul original and unapproachable
S0IIIEK3 D'KTIllUI'IA. . - .
tor further pnrtlculura, m small nllla.
ADMIHSloK TO ALL PAKTH, it.l cnta. Doora
open at 7 o'clock : to coutmenoe at o'clock. .
mm- rrrsom wiauintr toaecur. aanta oan rto ao b
arinf the naual price, 90 cent.. Box offloa open
om in o clock A. it., to o'clock P. M.
Br3-tt 1.0U1S A, XWI8LKB, Aient,
ahortly lie opened for th. amusement and enjoyment
of the public.
i, so ics ana aeniiemen, ancn as Jjancers, Cotnrtc
naers. Mafflcli&na. Nini nrinMtmiH. n,.M mnA
Wire porrormera, JngKlera, Ac, wlnhlnar encafte
menta, or having an attraction t bftor. will ulease
addreaato O. IfTrtlLBKRT,
jnr ' Boa 1,379, P aitoWlc..
jMONIO BRO'8 GREAT WORLD
Will Exhibit on the City Lot, on
MAT 10, 11 AND 14, I860. ;,
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T .'. I f il '.1M ri I
Performance, on Thursday at T P. M, only, and
on Friday and Saturday at j) and 7 P. M. Also, at
Cowinston, .WadnMuay, M.y ft,
At -J and T P. M.
A COMPLETE CI11CUS,
And full corps of a axil arias ia attached to Ihla Oom-
pany, and a . . .! .;- - :i i HI
BcantlHil Stad of Ring Horses,
Foneyg, Ac.; Ac ' '
ADMIMION-To Bozea, SO cta.j to Pit, UJ ctt.:
Children, to Boxes, 3Scn. , k A
RETURN OF THE CAMPBELLS J
SMITH &; NIXON'S HALL.
Six IVifflits ;Only,
Commenoing Monday, May 14.
RUMSEY 6c BTEWCOMB'S
AND THE ONLY CAHfPBELIiB NffW
in exiatcBCsO. all otbvra atwumiua tba n&ma
mium iiiiuu, rdu uin woniiF ui cunuueiit'e. i no
CAMPBKLLS are now on their return from the
inland or uuba, being the nret and only Minstrel or
graiitcation that evr visited that Inland. 'When It
wna rumortd that the Troupe wan aout to take the
in, ni genorai unpruftaioi
the-, tfenoral ImDrettaToii waa .tha titarnrlMM
Wita prove a rillre, foe
I nrov t fttllttro. iV - ...... ..f .u-
yonipnuy couiu nciiner epoan oc uiiUflrntftua inj
opiuiinii miiuuttnt nnu ina tuoaua couiu noi unuer
tiiad lCngUnu. Tbe retail., however, proved the con
trary tue niUNtcMi and comic tuleut or the Troupe
being luUltieat to draw toK(ther and enturUla the
larcuc. nnq rotwc TMntonauio anaiunou tn juvmna,
altlotich the I tttllan Onera and Chirtni'a (Jrajid Clr.
cue were In thftr midst. Their perAnnBDcea met
witn auuh marlu of aUanibatlou tbai ttiMV wart. ao.
llcltcd to viriit the DeiKhboriiiK citlre. AfUr per
foraiing In Havana, Mutanuuf, Cardenaa, and othur
citiei ia tne aorin ( cn iiuana, wnit npraielted
luccwi. inei' now mflrn to the cilwm or their for.
m'r trluuiplm, conaciouii that the ptttronngu ao freely
extontod to then lm former daya will atiU be awarded
30 CENTS, TO ALL PAKTSOV
r. A. uj.au Ja. Ag-nt.
The flour of chiralrv Bee nan. after soins
through the mill without bolting. .
What the American enzle friyes Britonia in
tu r. K. ae-ucKB-ner, isuxer.)
Tbe deaths in Philadelohia hut week num.
be red 207; week previous, 189. Increase 18.
Key. Levin I. Qillis. an Erjiacn Dalian min
uter, aiea in w asningion a lew aays since.
An orphan eirl. residinu with John Carroll.
at North Gibson, Tcnu- hanpted herself re-
cently, tor some cause unknown.
Two younsr men foueht' a duel In New Or
leans hut week, about a woman, and one wu
enoi in tne left arm. , .,-
Dominica is renresented as a suitable nlace
for the free neeroes of the United States to
Hany shoemakers in HaverbuL Mass., are
out of work, and some of them are now una
ble to get as high a price as before the strike.
A New Orleans correanondent says that the
mosquitoes have just commenced to Dresent
.uqir uuia in mat city. t
John Wesley was accustomed to say that
the kind of men most needed in churches
were calm, deliberate enthuntuti.
A new edifica'for the Home of the Friend
less, in Rochester, N. Y., was dedicated a
any or iwo since, i ii'u ..,n'i
There are no less than fifteen Ourrtcrlv
D ui 1 j .1. .:.. j .
ncvicw, now iiuuiisacu in mo umieu C3Hnei
only one of which is purely literary.' , ,
The inmates of the Tennessee Penitentiary
now number 308; more than they ever did
dc tore. i
k Mrs. Bart, of Monroe, Ogle County, III.,'
in a fit of mental aberration, took the life of
bcr cnud, agea fourteen montns, and tnen
commiiieaupiae. i jj ; f I, ;i
Madame CeillMf, a vocalist front Vienna.
and a Hungarian by birth, has met with bril
liant success M we noyal ttajiau upera, Lou
don. ,. ,--.. , .... ;, I, f. .. ., . ..;,. , ',
Mayor Lincoln, of ' Boston, when in Wash.
ington a few days ago, left an invitation for
Ut Japanese aoiuaeaj to vui. Boston on in
h of July. .-. i : .- .; ,i. in, 1
Charles H. Allen, a Tonne man, of Bine.
bam ton, Si. i1 committed suiuiae, a day or
two since, by taking laudanum.' tie was in.-
toxica tea &i me ume.
i fhe active militia of Connecticut numbers
2. BOS men. . The cost of sustaininz the militia
last year was $15,339, which is a reduction of
f nyim rrom me preyious yearj j -j-i
' There Is said to be h irreat scarcity' of se&
men at Bufl'alo, N.,y, and wage are ex
tremely mgn; twenty-five dollars a montn u
freely offered. -
An aristocratic looking1 'negroin Peters
burg, Va., was, treated fa. thirty, lashes the
ptoer nay ior violating tpe CHI rorainanpB
againit smoking Jn'tha streete.ilul. n i.
i The mortality Ik orlr African coas't auad
ron, since the date of the Aahburton treaty,
a.nountf to 'elrhty-six persons, all told in
cluding five officers. '' ' '..I !-
. i The Canada papers do net better, the state
ment brought by the Cunovfo, that the Prince
of Wale was to leave England foe America
in at week from tha date of the sailing1 f the
aiAamer. . 1 '." ' . ..
r : l (.'.ia i'i. 'j..'!, ,11, 't tv:-v '.. fiif-r
i i .via.
Reorganization of the Pope's Army—Energy
The Roman correspondent of the London
iformitf' 'writing on the, 14th intH
Vigorous efforts are being made by Gen.
de Lamoriciera to brine- the material re
sources of the Military Department to a de
f;r ui aunwiKj mure on a par wim me ex
gencies of the Papal Government than they
have heretofore been, Twentysflve thouaand
men will form the strength of the Pontilicial
standing army. Tbe artillery is to be im
mediately carried to a strength of eight
batteries, and the General has requested that
s epotof frrrmnd in the Oampagna, not too far
irom nome, may De immeuintely placed at
his disposition for tha prastloc. of gunnery.
Four hundred horses and a like number of
military saddle for tho re-establishment of a
dragoon regiment, are also among the items
aemanaeu as Deing oi the greatest urgency.
In tact) tbe energy displayed by tbe Commander-in-Chief
shows that he is the man to
reorganize the Papal army, if that hcterqge-
ucoiia ooay is really capsule of nemg reduced
to discipline and effiriencvi but the extent
and rapidity of the General's demands for
men, money, and mafruL, have set the War
Office in a whirl, and given nnnsnat Im
portance to that hitherto neglected branch of
me pnonc enminisintiion. " uen. ae uoyon
doe everything In his power to assist Gen.
de Lamoriciere in his great undertaking.
Affairs will be much facilitated by a great
portion of the French warlike malrritl, and
stores being transferred to the Government
of 11 is Holiness at a moderate price on tho
departure of the army of occupation from
Rome. This event, which it was at first
thought would take six months to effect, will
probably occur at an earlier period.
Th Ibt-Errsrrs op RowfHo. Oarsmen
should indulrre in their favorite sport in
moderation, as a writer in the London Timet
says "That almost all yonng men who have
Dcea ai uxiora ana unmuridge, especially
those who have meddled much in boat-races,
have as a rule diseased blood vessels, arteries,
or veins, and very many of them diseased
and dilated heart all brought on by the
strain and undue excitement ('remora we,
the doctors,' call it,) of the circulation In
duced by pulling at boat-races. In fact, the
matter is now well recognized both at insur
ance offices and in the administration of
chloroform among the upper classes, where
diseased heart is to bo avoided. It would
seem tbe delicate fibres of the hearts of tbe
boys and lads sent to Oxford at once give
way before this pressure or remora."
Discoviry or Antiquarian Rklics. Tho
Gait (Canada) Reporter gives an . account of
some Indiau pottery, of a very primeval de
scription, which was discovered on the farm
belonging to Mr. George Hoag, hear Gait.
The field is on the banks of the Grand River,
and, being plowed last week for the first
time, a rude bowl or basin was turned up. A
beautiful flint was also found on the same
spot,' and decayed bones of deer and other
animals. The Jieporter adds that the Hell's
around are full of such antiquariau relics. ,
A Woman's Cri.nolini Eaves Heb Ncot.
not lone aeo. at a village in lie ciuin. a
young lady in full dress was seen walking on
the roof of a house. Inquiry developed the
fact that she was in' a fit of delirium, result
ine from a fever, and that she had risen from
her sick bed, dressed herself and gone by a
winaow to tne root, ah ettorts to persuade
her to come down by the way she had
ascended proving fruitless, two slaters were
sent' to bring her; down, but, before they
reacned tier, sue leaped cm - strange to say,
she was but little Injured by the fall, as her
crinoline had swelled out, and diminished the
velocity oi ner descent.- ; ,
A Win Din from a Shock, at bib Hns-
ako'ii Illnxss. The Georgia papers say that
tua 'UUU. liimisi nuiuusju, uua ui iud
most eminent jurists of the State, and for
several years justice ot ine supreme uourt.
was suddenly attacked Wednesday niirbt
last, and now lies at the point of death from
aneurism of the heart. M rs. McDonald beard
him breathing very heavily the night he was
attacked, and attempting to rouse mm, witn
out success, was to shocked by his condition,
that she died a short time after.. .
Sinoulab Escape op a Famous Convict.
Abraham N. Kingsbury, who was convicted
a few years since of Tobbine Gen. Ualsey, ol
Ithica, N. Y. of soma $10,000 or $12,000
worth ol jewelry, railroad bonds, sc., at Con
eress Hall. Sara to if a. recently donned a suit
of plain clothes and a false moustache, and
thus disguised walked boldly out of the Clin
ton (N. Y.) prison, and was not missed until
nignt. ... ' .
HoBBiiiY Prolific Tho Shelbyville (Ind.)
Volunteer says: . A gentleman near town re
ceived a letter from Putnam County, Ind.,
the other day, informing him that Mrs. ,
former resident of tuils county, had pre
sented her lord with five heirs at a single
birth, three boys and two eirls, who were
alive and doing well. The same lady baa
twice eiven birth to triplets, and thouiih she
ha been married but five year, she has a
promising family of eleven children.
Geiat Equestrian Expedition. A party
of American equestrians lately sailed from
England, chartering a vessel and taking all
the horses and paraphernalia necessary to
five exhibitions of what Doa Rice calls the
orse-opera. They purpose first goiug to
Cape of Good Hope, from thence to St. He
lena,, then to the East 'Indies, China and
Japan, intending to astonish the natives and
snow wiim tne iank.ee ooyt can do.
, SniGDtAR Suit by a Woman Against
Town. Rebecca Mountfort sued the town of
Auburn, Me. for damage sustained in tipping
out of a waeon in consequence of bad roads.
The select-men of the town told Rebecca that
she couldu t collect damage inasmuch a the
accident occurred on Sunday, and offered to
settlo with ker by paying $25. But as Re
becca had broken, on wrist and on rib she
declined, and in the end got $200.
. I, ' mm II
Liboi Family Representation. At the
wedding celebration of Mr. Joseph Kissam, in
Jersey City, N. Y on Thursday, there were
assembled of his family, two grandfathers,
two grandmothers, ten mothers, nine fathers,
ten uncles, fifteen annus, 'seventeen sons
twenty daughters;: twenty-nine orandchil-
dren, one greav-grandchild. nine cbildrtm-in-
law, one grandcbild-in-law, twenty brothers,
twenty-three sitters; ad twenty-eight
'.L-t i ' T !....' "' "
i A BTR0NO-M1NDEB WOMAN A0CT8ED OF
Forgery. Miss Abby A. Goddard, a strong-
minded woman, wno was arrested some time
since while, lecturing atrthe West, and taken
to Dedhatn. Mass., charged with obtainine
money und,ar .tills pfattuises, was arrested at
that placibtt w.clt.Jy. a rcquWtion from
governor a) organ, ou a ciu'eje ot forgery
vuiuiuitictA in Aruy, n. x,
'! A Hals ahd Hsaty NotiLSMA.---A Lon
don journal says that Lord Paliuerston rode
on horseback to' Pansbury , (thirteen miles)
th other morning,' saw Mainstone the horse
he has entered for the IJorby) gallop, then
centered bock to Broadland's, bad out another
uors arter luncneon, anu rouo au over the
estate)--nruy well lor a man 01 seventy-nv,
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' CHLSSaATlOS OF TMM AsFlVSSSART OF
Riivbmir's Birthday. A erand celebration
of the anniversary of the birthday of the re
nowned German Protestant Reformer, Me
lanothon, is to be held at Wttteuberg on th
ititu lust., at wuicn me rnnce uegeni and
Prises fredertc William have promised to b
'preaeni,,,, k kiH?4M
f i i V .
A Parisian Lorette's Method of Ensnaring
The Paris correspondent of the New Or-
leani Delta writes in bis last letter;
Ths lnrstta rlifltlnoiilstias a ftirnifrnor at a
frtabec, and applies to him the particular dev
ice suited to the circumstances, choosing
from the inexhaustible catalogue of her owu
and her companions' experience. One of the
commonest and most successful plans to raise
the wiud is as follows: The loratta dons her
elegant robe, hat and Shawl, descends to the
streol, and scat herself in an open cabriolet,
at a neighboring remise, the price of which ih
two ana a null inincs th. hour, including ore
suis gratuity to the driver, who, in this in
stance, Is perfectly acquainted with his cus
tomer. To insure, a profitable result to the
enterprise, It is indisiiensable that the weather
should be fine. It is between four and five
lock. P. M.. as the adventuress enters the
carriag and orders the coachman to drive
slowly along the boulevards, or up the
Champs Elysees. At this time in the after
noon tne tasnionanie avenues are sure to be
thronged With idlers and strangers.
The eleeant toilet and handsome features
of the lorette, (for these women are either
really beautiful, or thoroughly nnderstand
the art of making themselves appear attrac
tive,) as she !can8back. with carefully studied
negligent grace, in tne veuicic, are certain
to draw upon her the gnse of passers-by.
"Mnn.m.'l i. IA,nalial ...stMlnn. in malfin.
Selection, but her Indirmcnt is unerring.
Th foretL'n-lookinir centleman. snunterim
down the ooulevard from the opposite direc
tion, is a predestined victim, l he lorette lias
made her choice. As the foreign gentleman
ncars her, swinging his cane andscauning
the passiug equipages, she catches his eye, as
it rests momentarily upon her, smiles amica
bly, so as to display two rows of dazzling
leetn, nods, and turns away ner Dead, with a
low-toned order to tbe coachman to accident
ally approach nearer the pavement. Mean
time, the foreign gentleman, racking his brain
to remember where he might have made the
lady's acquaintance, hurriedly retraces bis
steps to obtain a better view of her features.
uis.om.ert oemg happily favored by the slow
pade of the cabriolet and its proximity to the
curbstone. Madame again catches his eye,
and again smiles. Thus encouraged, the
stranger, who is now satisfied that he never
saw her before, is confident that she mistakes
him for another, and thinks the opportunity
fori an adventure too tempting to be lost,
takes off his hat, smiles in return, and beckons
to the driver to stop.
I see you have hair lorgotten me, says
Madame, with an arch look of reproach.
"We danced together, the other evening, at
tho Countess do TV'
"To be sure we did!" savs the other, who
Ion t know the Countess de T. from the
Queen of the Sandwich Islands, but inwardly
argues mat a may wno nons to mm in tne
street, on so slender a oasis as a ball-room
cfiuamtance. muut merely wish tn hint
Mattering interest in bim. "How stupid
row unpardonaoiy remiss in me not to hare
recognized you immediately I"
"1 forgive you," returns the lady, coquett
ishly, "on condition that you take a ride
with me to tne JSot."
The delichted stranecr. conirratulatinir
himself on the fancied error to which be is
indebted for this charmine rencounter, seat;
himself, with alacrity, beside tho pseudo
countess or oaronesj, and away iney ore
driven tor a round in tne wood and a tour ol
the miniature lake. Th stranger thinks
himself blessed, of course, yields to the de
lusive joy or tue nour, and in a very oriel
time becomes the victim of this artful woman.
Mohribsjsy'b OriMiON of Saybrs. Morris-
sey thinks Sayers to be the greatest little
man he ever saw, and the hardest hitter in
th world. He thinks that Savers would
have won the late fight in ten minutes later
if it had not been stopped; he further declare!,
mat tne ponce were brought into the ring br
on of Heenan'g American friends, who in
sisted that they should stop the fight. Mor-
risscy lurtuor says, that he aid not. in unv
way, by word or deed, interfere with the
progress of the battle; and as to his cutting
the ropes, it is all bosh, and he will bock uu
this statement by betting $100 to $10 that no
man on earth saw him cut the ropes; but
that he did see the stakes after they were
pulled up. Ho savs he thinks that Saver-
aud Ueenan will light again, and that in hi:
judgment the American champion will be
dcieatcn, anu tuat ue win duck up this opiU'
ion with bis money.
Desperate Attempt of a Prisoner to Es
cape. On Monday afternoon a sheriff was
traveline with a prisoner over the Buffalo.
New lor and brie road; between two sta
tions, while the train was running at the rate
of twenty-five miles an hour, the latter
sprang from his scat, ran to the roar platform
of the car and jumped from the train. He
rucK npou his leet, men turned over end
wise two or three times, and lay as if dead
upon the road. As soon as the train could be
stopped the man was picked up, and for
long time remained insensible, and it was not
certain that be would not die.
A French Jest. There is a clever thine in
th Paris Charivari. A French soldier is rep
resented crossing me irontier into cavny
witnout taking any notice of a man in a por
ter's lodee. who calls out lustily to ask him
where he is oroinrr. The free and easy pro
ceeding of the soldier is described as intrant
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, UHUfHfET UI H I. tOOf . UUIUU ICWiDI,
may require to be informed that Snisse is a
synonym for a hall porter, because that office
was formerly hi led by cswiss people more
than any other. In the courtyard or many
nouses in fans you see written up to this
day, "farlez au Suisse.
As Ambcdotb of Patrick Henry. When
Patrick Henry was an old man, the late Dr.
Rice, of Virginia, took bis yonng son to see
him. in hopes that some word would fall from
tha lips of tli eloquent old man that would
leave a lasting impression upon the heart of
the youth. Henry eazed into the face of the
boy and slid, "Young man. remember that
every man is the maker of his own fortunes
and character." In that single sentenoe was
more truth, more sense and more sound phi-
loaopny man in an lueoncn oi ouciai neiornv
ers. ; .
Lift-Hanped Locomotives. Mr. Dyer
Williams, iocoraotive superintendent or the
Central Railroad at Syracuse, ( N. Y.) informs
th Railway Review, that according to his ex
perience, nine out of ten of th crank-axles
that Break: eive way at tne leu nantt side,
At first, that appeared entirely accidental.
but a continuance of the phenomenon, after
special effort had been male to adjust both
etdes of the engine aiiae, naturally led
to the belief that there was a discoverable
cause. Ha this experience occurred in any
isomer snopf :
Model of Solomon's Temple. A model of
Solomon s Tempi is ou exhibition in Phila
delphia. The size of the model enables the
visitor to form a very eood idea of th erand
original. It is in th proportion to tbe latter
ot on root to twenty-one, inircy-nve Dy
twenty-four feet in leueth and breath, and
fifteen feet high. Surrounding : the different
courts there are six hundred figures arrayed
in Jewish costume, the whole presenting a
spectacle well calculated to carry the mind
back to the days of God's chosen people
as mey await, in tne land oi promise nearly
mre thousand years ago. 1 .
, Charleston Convention Joe. The South
era Democrats, says Vamtu Fair, are vi
deutly determined to keep the door well
closed against Republicanism. Their dead
Lock in Ooneret havine tailed last winter.
thy have fixed the matter at Charleston, by
a uoiuaauuiu oun t .. . , ,
Extraordinary Attempt of a Laborer to Destroy
One of tn fllcirt eraorrlinary attempts at
suicide we have ever heard of is tho recorded
by the Sheffield Telegraph: A man named
James Axon, aired fortv-fire years, who de
scribed himself as a laborer, has been taken
into custody for attempting to bang himself.
it appears mat tn man went to tn cemetery
gates and asked permission to go into the
grounds to see the grave of his mothor, but
as he was not in a fit state to be allowed there
the policeman on duty refused hint admis
sion, whereupon bo threatened to avenge
imself hy committing suicide.
The man went to senna utus wno wore piay-
nor a short distance off. and told them he
was going to hang himself, if he could only
find a llkelr si.ot for the iob. A fine stroim
tree, with a good stout bough, her rewarded
their research, and tbe man vory methodi
cally proceeded to tie his handkerchief and a
cord together, and attached them to the
Branches aoove. rrevious to taxing nisnnai
leave of them be said that he should like to
ease bis mind, so that be would have nothing
to tiunit oi, ana to reward tnem ior tneir
trouble he would make bis will, and divide
is little stock among them.
Ho then produced six or seven pennyworth
of copper, and, to the delight of the lads,
shared it among tlmm, and in order to carry
out his plans more effectuality h told the
emur oi tue party nut vu cut iiiui uurrn uu
he whistled. The lad promised to do so.
and Axon attached the cord to bis neck,
and flung himself into the air. lie had
no sooner done tins man diooi gtisucd rrom
his nose and mouth, and without waiting
fjr the signal, the lad cut the rope, and the
would-be suicide came sprawling to me
earth. His first words were a sound black-
uardine to the boys around him, and
an indignant remonstrance to the eldest ol
them lor not wuitiug as he nau promised,
adding at the finish, as a sort of balm to tho
boy's feelings. "I told thee to wait till I whis
tled, my lad.1' "Yes," says the lad, "but you
didn't whistle, and didn't look like it," a very
sensible remark, and in order to prevent any
i'urtber attempt, the boy gave information to
policeman who happened to bo closo by.
The man was taken into custody, and locked
up at the town-hall, where he made a second
tttempt to Kin uimseii Dy nangiug nunscii
witu a towel. iu .uis lio laiicu. '
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SscnET Informers at Washington.-The
Washington correspondents say that the Gov
ernment has evidence of an important char-
icter as to the case ot the slaver naiuitrer.
not only tending to convict the officers and
owners of tho schooner, but also implicating
,onie prominent citizens of tha south, ihc
story is that a man named Baron, employed
.i ill, n time sinn in tViM I. and OfK iniiirntAi'
the President and Attorney. General that he
lino inturmation ot tuis character, and desire,:
to be eneacred in secret service as to the
nanaerer atlair. llis representations wen:
not credited, however, the matter passed by
tnd be was afterward dismissed. The Gov
ernment then found that his stories were cor
roborated, and that bis intimation of impor
tant evidence in reservewns confirmed, and
accordingly sought him out and secured hi?
presence as a witness at tne trial oi suits now
pending in mis matter, ii tne story is truu
Mr. Biuck was as unfortunate as his compan
ion, Secretary Floyd was, in neglecting the
letter exposing John Brown's project in ad
vance. It is reported that Bacon, the in
Ibrmant in the present caSe, was the author
of the anonymous letter to Mr. Sickles, whit h
aroused his suspicions against Mr. Key.'
A Venerable; VmoiNtA Cob-lb. There
res des in Virginia, near the Ohio line, a ba'e
kiid hearty couple air. anu Mrs. nenry
Church who have attained the remarkably
ripe old age of 110 and 108 years respectively.
The residence of this aged couple is on tbe
line of tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, some
forty miles from Wheehmr. He is known
alone the road as "Old Hundred," and the
oan?, by special arrangoment, stop before his
door, two miles rrom any station, It there he
passengers ticketed for "Old Hundred." He
was a British soldier in the Revolution, and
being taken prisoner, declined exchange and
reuiuineu in toe country, dd ia nun in re
markable possession of all his bodily powers.
except that his sight is dim. His good dame
has not even this mark Of age, ucing note to
read comfortably without glasses. The old
couple Were visited by the editorial excur
sionists, on rriday, and tne interview ap
peared mutually interesting.
Pbospkcts of the Papal Army. General
Lajuericiere's letters from Rome continue to
speak favorably of the state aud prospects of
the fontitical army, it is said he is ot opin
ion that the gendarmery, who form a corps o!
rbur thousand men, are pretty nearly, it not
fully equal to the French troops of the same
arm. The officers of the artillery are also
spoken of highly, and the line will, in a short
time, with a little drill and discipline, theii
pay punctually eiven to them, their food
good and sufficient, and their comfort gen
erally cared for, turn out as efficient as any
other troops. With respect to the professed
rioters, the General says that before he ar
rived at Kome they could be nad ior thirty
sous a head; since his arrival the prices has
increased to three an1 a half francs, . - .
An Extensive Gano of Cocntebfeitbrs
Discovered. The clue to an extensive eann
of counterfeiters was discovered by the recant
arrest in Elruira, N. Y., of two or the gang.
Two others, named U. B. Urabam and U.
Finch, have been arrested in New York.
They have dealt principally in counterfeit
tens on the Farmers' and Manufacturers'
Bank of Pouebkeepsie, which were to well
executed as to deceive even the bankers.
They have also shoved counterfeit ones on
the Chemung River Buuk, and bogus hall
dollars, and spurious quarter-eagles. About
three thousand do'lurt of counterfeit money
was passed before the men were arrested.
Both are now in jail in Elmira awaiting their
trials. Startling developments are promised;
but the facts are fur tbe present withheld, an
it is alleged that prominent railroad and
banking DMtt are implicated. i' -. '
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New Kind of Playing Cards. A French
paper manufacturer has invented a new pack
of playing cards. Each card represents some
remarkable fact connected with the history
ot Mapoleon 1 or Napoleon-ill. All tne fig
ures are of the same period, the cwturr
ia perfect and remarkable for the execution
snl brilliancy of the. colors.'' Tbe pack of
cards is called "Uartes de l'Ure imperial. '
In place of kings there r four emperors, in
cluding tue Kmpress Mother, in pisco oi
knaves, lour Bonaparte, brothers oi xnapoieon
I. For ace there are foutiislandt, viz.: Mar
tinique, where the Empress Josephine was
born, the islands of St, Croix, Elba, and St.
Inconsistent Cbristianitt. Jeremy Tay
lor said in one of his sermons: "if a man
prays all day, and at night it intemperate;
he spends nis time in reading, sun m. recrea
tion is infill; if h studies' religion, land
nractices self-interest; if he leave Bis swear-
log, and yet retains his pride; if he becomes
chaste, And yet remains peevish . and impe
rious, this man is sot changed from the state
of tin Into the first stage of grace; he does
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11 U uf.uu ngiuus vvuj uv ....a buukiim
himself to be scared from one sin. a.ld tempted
from another by Interest; and, left a third by
reason of hit inclination, and a fourth fair
shame or for want of opportunity,
Death of a Le"a.I, AoTHon'.harles Flanders,
for fifty rears an honored member of the
New Hampshire Bar,' died1 on the 15th
AprU at Plainfieia, In that Bute, aged seventy
two voara. He was the anthor of Live and
Timet of th Ciief-Justicetqftht United Statu,
and of two legaf works. , ;
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
The Constitutional Convention.
All but Two States Represented.
NO PLATFORM BUT THE UNION.
HOUSTON AND BELL PROMINENT.
WASHINGTON HUNT CHAIRMAN.
Baltimore. May 8. Delegates to th Con
stitutional Convention, to assemble tb-mor
row. are arriving In considerable hnwihers.
and the hotels are filling tip. The Old Pres
byterian Church Building, recently bought
by the Government for a Court-house, has!
been finely fitted np for the accemraodation
of !th Convention. A full length portrait
of Washington bss been placed behind tho
rresident cnair, and me interior oi tne
building is draped with flags. ' .
There is considerable speculation as to th
course to b pursued. A meeting was called
for to-night of the friends of Mr. Botts, but
for some reason it did not take place.
fna old church It the same in which Mar
tin Van Buren was nominated for the Pres
idency. Delegates are here from twenty-six
States. Every Stare and Territory except
Oregon are expected to be represented.'
i Among tne arrivals are aieesrs. imtit
Coombs, Bell, Parson Brownlow, Goggin, and
other distinguished politicians.
Several delegations have their headquarters
at Barnum' Hotel; i .
The New York delegation voted unan
imously to have no platform but the Union,
Const tution, and enforcement of tho laws.
An informal ballot of th delegates as an ex
pression of thoir preference for the President,
resulted as follows: Gen. Sam. Houston, 27;
Judge McLean, Gen. Wool, 2; Gen. Scott,
Ij Jonn Men,
: Baltimore, May 8. The Convention bids
fair to be a full one. : Messrs. Houstou aud
Hell are the leading candidates, between
whom there is likely to be a warm contest.
Tennessee particularly resists Mr. Houston.
A majority of tbe New York delegates are
for him. . Mr. McLean does not manifest much
strength. He would be stronger and perhaps
nominated but for the belier that ne would
be rejected at Chicago, and by his declention
the nartv left without a candidate, t : . .1
Messrs. Everett, Fuller and Hunt are most
named for the Vice-Presidency.
There is a general disposition to get along
without a puutorm. xne new iorx delega
tion bold a cancus to-night to till vacancies
mid consult.- ' ' .. i .
Tha Wajhiusrton correspondent . of . the
Tribune, referriuir to th Union Convention,
lays: "Tho Georgia delegation to. the Balti
mura tfnion Convention are reported in favor
of Mr. Crittenden as a candidate, instead of
Mr. Houston, as lormerly stated. ,
"Judge Nelson, of the Supreme Bench, is
spoken of In high quarters, as the possible
nominee of the Un on Convention, in the hop
:hat be will be adopted by the Richmond and
Baltimore Conventions." . ,,
Baltimore, May 9. The city presents an
animated appearance; many strangers are in
town, and the headquarters of tbe delegates
are thronged. ..There is a great rush for
tickets of admission.
Delegates from every State except Oregon
and South Carolina have reported themselves.
Some in advance of their arrival, expecting
to Teach here to-day. Tbe half presents a
jay appearance. The galleries are festooned
with red, white and blue... The best gallery
is appropriated to the ladies, i -1: v . i :
By noon the galleries were densely packed,
and much euthiisinim was manifested as the
delegations appeared and occupied the seats
allotted to them. 1 Various distinguished men
wore warmly applauded from tbe galleries.!
" At noon the Convention was called to or
der by John J. Crittenden, whose appearance
was greeted with loud and prolonged cheering.-
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Prayer was offered by the Rev. Dr. John
Mr. Crlttendon moved that Hon. Washing
ton Hunt,, of New York, take the Chair,
which was unanimously approved.
Mr. nunt, on taking the Chair, delivered a
powerful address, designating the slavery
question that hits split the Democratic party
as a miserable abstraction. He believed that
this Convention has power to rally around it
th patriotism of the country.
On motion of Leslie Coombs, a Committee
ou Permanent Organization wag appointed,
and also on Credentials. , , . , ,
All the States except Oregon and south
Carolina are represented. ' ' '
[Tribune's Washington Correspondence.]
Washington May 8. The Japanese are
expected at Hampton Roads about the 12th
instant Orders were dispatched by the mail
steamer Itahel to the commander of the flag
shio Roanoke, with a view to intercept her at
Key West, instructing mm to put into namp
ton Roads with bis distinguished guests, in
stead ot proceeding at once to oanoy noon.
If this plan is successful, the Embassy should
reach Washington bv the 14th instant. '
Mr: Swift, of New Bedford, was examined
to-day, before th Covode Committee, con
cerning the .live-oak contracts h obtained
from the Navy Department, it was proved
tlint while other contractors were required to
airman half the timber they contracted for
within sixteen, days, no such restriction was
imposed on him, and the effect of that limita
tion was to give him additional contracts
through the failure of other to meet it rigid
enforcement. : . tiH n-'l ,; r .
. A cureful examinat on of th condition
th Treasury, shows that there will be a de
ficit of at least $8,000,000 at the close of the
fiscal year on the 30th of June, on th basis
of Secretary Cobb's receipts, which must be
supplied either from a loan or Treasury notes.
. Owing to some Democrats declining
vote, the committee repeatedly found itself
without a quorum, aimougu n appeared uy
tha conferment roll calls that one was present.
The struggle Was prolonged till eight o'clock,
and the House adjourned. ""' '! " "
Tbe fostmaster-ueneral, in a communica
tion to tbe Senate, to-day, responsive- .to
resolution of inquiry on the subject of lessen
ing the number of dead letters, says that after
tlra roost careful consideration be is con
strained, to believe that the chief improve
meiit in the Dead Letter Office must be ef-fei-ed
by providing for the return of letters'
lintiugh tne omce in a greater numocr ana
a sliortor tune.iii y.: o i nn "i u .tan
Atchison, K. T.: May 8. The city elec
tiop came off yesterday; resulting in the eom-
was eiacteu. AAayor, eigttntan, fteooruor:
Adams, Treasurer; DeKeele, Register: and
Hoiwell, Engineer. ' -" "''''
Wilmington. .Del-. Mav 9-A call baa been
Issaed to the Democrats of Newcastle County,
ten a public meeting on tha Utb, to take
moasures lu nave sawocuanvy ismy1 reure.
serueit m l4iaaujuuruciAissiwvi.f.l.wuiiTw..ivu,
an I to repudiate the courseof, Senato Bajard,
. SAVAJfNAH, May,8,TT-IU
Orhnd Jury haa found true bills amunst
hi.... a t y v tt r c i , .... T l .
U1UIB. W. AJ, LlltUini, JV11T3 TT . Ullios, M. lUUVt
Middiotoii, and- Wmv Hale, fb th relcas
OobU FAtraham fnia tit sounty.iatUiiu'i.trwil
osroir, May 9. The A tUu and Siel'of'iMti
morning, state that a AlgiUve ilav tamed
McrrrA. Delonuine W toe. twists ot l aomas
Dikon, of Ovoi'gia, smuggled himsalf to Boa
toi in the steamer S, R, Spalding, and
rla l.ft fnr flanaa'. ' '
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