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A.oenAe; liiotW,l; Wr, 4.-jf 80.
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V?V fl""Tl-r'r OtroU ud Parguetta,
00 oenie; Gallery, U.1 eenta.
rlM aWX T"" K9 W 1 'u I enrtolB
Farewell Brniefltbf Mr. lOTffPtft,Vndpot!tlrly
P'"l!; PP"rno,o which aroeelnn Mr. M. W.
LErriNuwicI.L, In. well-known Uomedlau, baa
volunteered hie eervtcr.. , , r
.wTH.,8.?,v,:,,.,L'"' r win p"'i, tt
A BOMAHCE or A POOB TODJTa MA." '
Psolooon. Mann.l, Marqule de Chipor, ME
T" DMitA-MjUHwl, Steward to si. Laroqae, Mr.
Hothern: DtJ lleemnr.. Mr. Kll.lerr Nf il K.
!". Mr. uumit Laraiue, Mr. Iinn ;
Martanel LeroQUe, Mr,. llbert ; Marguerite, Mr..
Bileler; Mad'lle Helonin, Mini Wait.i Madame
Aubrey, Mlat Alio Klng.bury.
To conclude with, the Drat tlm. In this olty, John
Brougham's droll burleeque called ,--
ini THAUIO HItITAui
Richelieu Hamllh, Mr. Lefnugwell: Camilla M
ewell : (laeaiue Mere
"'"" " .. j n - niawi, Mr. onni luimw
tkul.be, Mr. Rd ; Jnikt Barowa, MiH Irving.
Saturday evening. Farew. U, Benetlt tendered A.
part ore from Cincinnati.
S'MSft OHAtlV-Oa tNH
Th. Attraction ltt Day,
Tb. treat Coindlan and torall.t', awUtcd by m
MfeS. SatAiBaS HICKS, . .
Th. Ofebratml Vocal lit. Alio .
MR. JAMES HICKS,'" '
The Emlmnt Plaolrt and OorfrinrUrtK SoloUt, '
Will giro Grand Ml'gTCAf, SNTKRTAINMINT
oa MUNBAX WtOlfW, Mar IS. i.
r AdSnUntoB,' 119 oenta.'
For partlcnlara, aa program nr.. n , TOrao-4 .
-jJ-OTICE.-THf NATIONAIi THEATER
i. In now for nut tor Ui. Sunntn Mitnon.for rriix
atrlcal Performaaofii, Italian, Utrman or Burlrnqui
Optima, Ac, Ac, and may be bad on MajMAahl. t.rm,
til tb. night or woek. for partlcilhil. apply to
. JOHN 11ATK.V
. ,F 7 I Ntloaal SKaator Building,
ATIIOTTINO ItACB WILL, COMB OF
on t K1DAY, May 11, f.ir a prupr letor'i pun. of
8100. Mil. hoau; brat Kin j .v
A. DanlnU, oat. Dolly Lwi.'aV. . Bolly Lewlf-W.
Owunr ont. J. Bldwell'i br. m. Lady Utlry H.
Ja. Hockey .nt. Hi McftCa. r. Lady Bock.y-81 .
Thou, naga trottod' .aMUWiaakv whoa "Bolly"-
n'lwwi nima.li 10 or mr laairnc none ; conarquontly
he hae been Jiaiidicappad m ahh ractn go to wagon,
the other, to tanvi awl aaddln. From thla It li
thonabt It 'will be a Tory ele race, aad a good deal
of muney will change batida on tha event. Qood
time may Im looked Tor from the fait time .made la
th. laat race oror a heavy track, ; I .
Race to comebtf at .IX o'clock.
Can will leave the C, H. A U. R. B. Depot, for tha
Connie, at t P. M. Returning at P. M
niy TII08. J. DTfl'Uka, Proprietor.
I)Ajr.ACE GARD B N.-THIS BEAIITI.
VOL PLACK Of HUMMKH REHOKT will
hortly be opeowl for th. aniuaeinant and enjoya.iU
of the public. . vl J. . T , . y
Lndlea and' gentleman, ittcn aa Dancera, Comic
?.'.'7rar!1.' MAg'clane, Negro. Minitrela, Rope and
wire roriormere, jugaiera, c, wuhlng engage
nenta.ar haying an aHraloa,io oflor, will pUaae
Box P jetollloa.
CO AL-T Atl) A1VT1 1.FFIHT5.
DaUrand at tha loweat gvarkat ialea.''i''
Warden aollcttefl Aug arbttfy'MaetiMr'-'
ma7-ay w. at. HUBBKLL, becretary.
BESISENT PEItTIg'f, ,..
DENTAL COLLFOE INFIRIrTAR Y, T0,
J9 COLLKUK-HTUKEtV between tUxtlS Alid
Seventh and Vine aaat Uaoa, (Jlneinutl, 0., , ( . ,
1MT OlPBICSg FOR 'PLATB WOBK t '
Full upper or lowae teai: of aaeta-continnouagnm,
Mi gold, 35 Tnloaalt., ) ; ,llr.r, t. . .
Bmall gold plug, aafk.......,...r...k.(...Jfl oenta1 1 1.
("'n naif price.)
.tl to f 1,
THE "BROTAPOB COOKINO-STOTK,
which ue nitlir . Vqp4 auf qpaL ls now ac
exhibition and le t Btnif.t$i.u)iiD Ktrtivb
lUhment of K. S. Ua4sh,TiSa. lO ut rourtb
ftret, where all are luvtled to oali and examine It
most striking peculiarity of this , new rranfe
t consist 111 ita net hoe tins the arjartinenf
where oooklng or Ironini H dtrne ; at the frame tima
the most lntonte heat ii produced. Ho smoke.no
dust or dirt arising fteom it, tt m he used in any
purt of the house without laoonTeulenoe. It Is light
aud cheap. The fUt-lrun arrapgoraent Is verr per
feet, and needs but to he eeaa Uy auf hoiuekeepe to
beoome a necessity. , -im' ' t. '
CoimtvRlirhts for Sale, -r
This arranMmTMrBt Is kdnlrmbhr. mdmatnd 4or Wh'
tise of dentists, where the in out In tease heat Is re
Suired. Also for cabUtet-mahere, for heating gin
ettles. Also for the heating of irone for Uilors
and hatters' use, and like purposes. rapa-fr.-
New 0 Wet Frtherret i ., r.
ARE NOW ftKOElYINU AO WIT IONS TO
their UreT MsortueAt, oi; yintoiu, Jewelryt
Silverware and Diamonds. - .
ALHO-A fine arutortiocnt U Plated Tea Bete and
Cutlery and Opera -glasses. i
ASTROIrOaY, MADAIMB BBI.L RK
HPKOTKULLT aauounces that ahe oemmencee
h.uineM again, and Can be fpuud al br residence,
No. 47011 the west side of Jones-etreet, between
Linn and Gutter and Libert and Wade, where she
furetells past, present aj)d futuieeveaUhf -planets,
palmistry, or by catiW. Xo all those who may wish
to consult her onhe luck of businees, or any aader
taking. journeys, lawsuits, love, matriiaoay, lot
try tickets, porfect satisfaction will be given.
Hours from A. 11. to H.lt Priqoseow. iFlfteen
cents for runniug tjtvb haters on the aasne. apyf-bw
MIHHINa UOODg, ... ,...-1 ' ,
19 WEST FOURTHTREET. .
BAMDEL 0. W1N0HEHTIR, Cutter.' aplu-ar
A FRESH SUPPLY,
j'oat iaciirai, At
Aa A. KBLLKV'S
GIFT BOOK BTORK, "
No. 88 Wei,,ypMrtJi.treAVtT '
(Naat to Bmlth A Mlsoa'g Hall.)
Olren With Kavch J9f olU,
-r.-r. Saoo-jikss ' '
Id at th. lowaet retail prtcae, aiH1 Buy fcr teaa.
WU1 aatUfy i
all tt)(t,tbelpVaca as any Mola la ai '
A A ELiA 1
Mo. 98 Waat Foarth4treat,
ruit-Can Oomont 1 1
Ae. Mauufactorr Att Tine-atrevl, twf and a
If auuaraa aouta of tlia Bumet B"uee.
t jaaansj. Dt i Lbl, agaat
aa aapplr any guautlty at low prioet.
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CINCINNATI. FRIDAY MORNING.
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MAX 25. I860;
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PRICE ONE CENT.
MISCELLANEOUS. RAILWAY MATTERS.
. EtTtia Miiar (T aMamrea HtT than City Mm,
A. M. and It P- M. ' Oolnmbaa Acoomnodatloa,
4 P.M. Xania AowmaMdalloB, P. M.
Cutejimirt, BAanLToa Aira Crro (7 mlaute,
ramwr than City time, A. M lOtl A. M., UiSO
P. M. and P. K. Bamlltaa Aooommodatlon, 8 A.
M. and 3iR P. M;
Oaia ad ViwutrpiHIi ailnatea .lower than
City tima.) 4rM A. M. and St3S P. M. Loulavlll.
Aoeomntodarlon, 9 P. M.
lgDIAgATOLU AHB ClgOIggATI BaOBT-LtKt fit
ailnutaa alowar than Wty time, f i4 A. M., UiSt
A. M. and P. M. . , .
Mabibtta Aa OiKotATi-7 ailante, laatar than
City tin., Si49 A. M. and 3iS P. M.
CornioTon ka LixwoToa-lclry Urn, 8i48 A.
U . and 9tll8 P. M. .
CigctnNATt, Rlrgttona AMD Ikdiaxapolu-S A.
M.,a.3P. M.i P. M.
i Lrmi Mar-S.5w A. K, 8 A. M., Ui4 A. M.
and 4t P. Ja.- . ...........
Oato Airs Miwianm-9iSa A. M., 1433 p. u.
and p. m.'. ., . .
OmcmaATt, Hailto in Dattoh Ti4S A. K.,
10t4a A. M., 1 P. K ., Si30 P. M ., ri35 P. M. and
9tU PI M ..
liroiaaAFoLii lD CtgoiagATi 10il3 A. M.,
ir.li and lli45 P. M. . . . ,
MAi(TTA 'Ain ClKcnotATl-X0i06 A. At. and
OoTiiratmr" Agp llxiiiarcii 10t3S A.' at. and
4i5S P. M. "
CiNciggATi, RtraaoiiD aitd IxDiANAPOLia Ti45
A. II., 1 P. M, 8i30 P M. -:
, Two men ware suffocated to death by font
gas in well in Penobscot County, Me, on
the 20th inst. ' ' .
A young man in Vermont feeds hii geese
upon icon filings And fathers steel pens from
James Viers wantonly insulted and then
dangerously stabbed M. Pierce, at a picnic,
near Bedford, Ky, a day or two ago.
Orrinl Carson, -in aKmnpting. to lift a pair
of scales, near Bciof Mich., recently, burst a
blood vessel and died. ;
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The Kew York. Colonization Journal says
more free negroes Are now favorably contem
plating emigration than ever before.
Mrs. Catharine Lawrence was robbed in a
church at Nottingham, Penn., of a purse of
zw an me money sue naa in tue worm.
I John XrrlngtoD committed snicide at Alex
Andria, Virginia, a few days since, by shoot
ing 'bimeelf. ,, .;, : . , ... 1
Twelve swans will arrive from Hamburg
In New York, about the 26th proximo, and be
placed i the Central Park. . .
The Pennsylvania Central Railroad Com
pany have lighted one of their cars with gas,
And are preparing to introduce it generally.
Mrs. CI L. Mitchell, an aged lady, was run
over, and- killed, by A light wagon, in New
York, OA Monday. "
' The lightning struck a house at Richmond,
Virginia, tha other day, doing considerable
datnage -the third time A bolt had fallen in
the same spot. ,) Vi'l ) -." )'i 1 - ;
- An old! man named Hughes-ton, while at
tempting to cross the track of the C, C. k C.
R. Bq.near Cleveland, on Tueaday, was I truck
fey .the locomotive and killed.
'The new valuation of Maine, ait given fay
the State! Assessors, is (164,714,168, against
100(037.908 in the ye Jr I860. The increase
of pdlls isj 23,634. -it ,
A correspondent of the Ohio Cultivator aa--surt
thai the only way to make sure of a
crop of peaches, every year, is by grafting
upon the rild plum stock.. . . j(
' Tha slaves of Huntsville, Ahv, recently
made a common purse and purchased A splen
did hearse, to, be used for the interment of
their dead. ',)'7 J V, ' ,' . . : ..
' Oebrgei ,nd Henry Orobeck, brothers, quar
reled bo it family matters near 8t. Paul,
Minn- lasi week, when the former fractured
the other's skhtt with a club.
A runaway mulatto slave who resisted an
attempt tol capture him, near Camp Mont
gomery, Ala, a few days ago,- was mortally
shot by the police. -
Perry Ekynes, a youth of fifteen, stabbed a
man, wm.'Kile, near Urbana, In this State,
on Tuesday, with a pitchfork so severely that
he,viIl,not recover. 1 .
, IT.il ' ' ' ' '
Jesse Norcross, one of the leading business
men of Baigqr, Me'Wh,rle conTersing with
a friend in toe street tlie other- 'evening, sud
denly fell dead.
The residents ot States Island, doing busi
ness in New York, have purchased a ferry
boat, and had the tare' reduced from twelve
to six cents) f, ,
t Lazarus Marion, a man nearly ninety years
Old, destroyed himself by laudanum in Onon
daga County, N.-;t ftwdayt, since, having
becomt disgusted With his infirmity. v
rCol, B. F.IOray, residing in Madison Coun
ty, N. 0, is reported to have expended $100,-
000 is the last two ver purchasing lottery
tickeU. I . f ail .1 .1 .
Theodore! Yeatman and his child was
drowned while crossing a swollen stream,
near Parrish, 111, in a buggy, on the 19th
1 obit Hard had a quarrel with Daniel Worth
In Lincoln, Mo, recently about hogs, and
shot the latter fatally with a revolver through
the heart.,: jy , f I
! The product' of four different oil wells In
Pennsylvania Is four thousand three hundred
and sixty gallons' per tVenty-four hours, or
an average o
OASj thousand -and ninety gal-
In Vickeburg. Miss., not more
pian twenty-fine years of age, is the mother
or ten cnuaren wun a amerence ot not over
twelve months In the respective ages of eacn
1 The total number of deaths in New York
City last week was four hundred and two a
decrease of seventy from the previous week,
and An increase of thirty-nine over the cor
responding week of last year,
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Yamcsy's Ricapnos. as Uomb. Ua. Yi'm.
L. Yancey arrived home at Montgomery.
Ala,' a few days since. He was conveyed
from the depot in an elegant phaiton, drawn
by four horses; A band of music playsd some
stirring pieces, of music in another carriage,
And A number of other carriages made up the
procession. This seems to have been an im
promptu demonstration. .11 .
: Bitdbb Hons or an Ikdiam CirriYs!
George Brubaker, a' native of Lancaster,
Penn., recently Mturned home After living
tot thirteen years with the Cam anche Indians
by whom be was eaptured in 1847. He was
the sole survivor of his party, all his com
panions having been killed At the time of bis
poing utado prisoner, 'j 1 : .
" Cohsolatios IS TB4 Doo) Dats. Proprte
tbr ef tU o Ha he been A bitin' you, sir?
Victimi Oh Abl UgW v. Prourieton
Veil I thought as .there vos some think the
matter withnim, 'cos he "wouldn't drink
nufUn for two days, And so I vos Jist a-roin
tomonle him; " -' .. "
: 7-i 1 ina 11 1 1.
Tub Hbsnas Tsstimomaj. h Naw Yossbw.
The subscriptions x ;tbe'linan testimonial
are resortsd to have reached 7,000 to $10,000,
and his admirers are certain that it will be
120,000 before the middle of June. ,
"" 1 w.'U'ut I e's-MJjaii a.""' ' "
Vanity Fair's Agricultural Column—Prospect
of Crops for the Present Year.
We have inst returned from a pedestrian
tour through the rural districts Of the United
States, and lay the results of ear observations
before the public Country newspapers
making extracts are reqnested to give our
own special oredit, .
The prospect of this staple product is very
gloomy. We saw a few cigars In a tolerably
forward state growing Just outside the resi
dence of Governor Wise, in Richmond, but
they were of the inferior brand known as
Cent-avgrab, and suitable only for home con
sumption. rJtnmps thnt were planted early
in the season have begun to sprout in few
meadows; but they do not wave, nor invite
the sickle of the husbandman. Millions of
cigar-boxes, bearing the genuine Hnbana
stamp, He Idle. But few plugs or pig-tail
have appeared above the ground, and these
fcw droop. ' Fine Cut has done better. One
crop has already been gleaned and is in ricks,
awaiting Mrs. Miller's orders. In Virginia
the Turkish tobacco is miserably backward,
aad It is feared that the supply will not be
sufficient to meet the demand of the Sultan.
The failure of the crop in this State Is attri
buted to John Brown.
There Is every Indication that the country
will be favored with an abundant harvest of
this truly democratic fruit. The orchards are
laden. An agricultural wng informed us that
they would Shell Out largely. Ho said, like
wise, that that would be All Nuts to him.
These remarks will serve to show the cheer
ful and confident spirit of the landed propri
etors. The establishment of tha Pony Ex
press is considered a great thing for Real
California. At Benicin, the home of the Boy,
we found bushels of nuts literally rotting, the
producers having no place left for their stor
age. It is impossible to describe the
beauty of a rolling peanut orchard. It
causes the heart involuntarily to acknowledge
the bounty of Heaven, and. to expand with
Satitude for its manifold goodly gifts.. The
ought will intrude, how sad it is that in a
world so glorious and fruitful, man alone
should be ungrateful and rebellious I New
Jersey Is celebrated for its growth of Fresh
Roasted. ThetraveleronCamdonand Amboy
can not have failed to observe the brilliant
buds waving on the hillsides and In the val
leys of this teeming region. The sturdy yeo
men have reason to congratulate themselves
upon the success which has crowned their
labors. The approach of the Presidential
Election, and the speedy production of sev
eral dramas at the Bowery theaters, render
the prospect of a bountiful snpply of Fresh
Roasted veryagreeable. We may confidently
anticipate A decrease in the current prices.
Farmer Oldbuck's extensive barns, near
Lancaster, Penn, are overflowing with this es
teemed tod. We were pleased to learn from
his overseer that a finer crop, both as to
quantity and quality never had been token.
Specimens had been sent to the seat of govern
ment and some went to the head. A large
invoice was shipped to Charleston, which had
the admirable effect of harmonizing the Con
vention there In session. Recoiuniandatioiu
have been received from gentlemen , of the
highest respectibility. A member of the
Cabinet writes "I drink othtng else." Bays
Gen. Bowman, ''your Old . Rye sets up . nty
Constitution daily." We believe the cultiva
tion of it may beoome general. It is des
tined in A few years to supplant all other arti
cles in the market Every Farmer who ex
pects some day to become President should
raise It. Directions for planting, etc., can be
procured on application at the White House,
This choice domestic fruit is in a brilliantly
forward state of development. Perhaps be
fore this . meets the reader's eye It will be in
the market. We everywhere observed indi
cations of a yield equal to the necessities of
the whole country, while the agriculturists
anticipate nodifficulty in supplying the wants
of the Japanese Embassy. , It may not be
generally known that the cultivation of the
Polish is not curried on in the rural districts,
but chiefly in the cities. There are farms of
many acres iu our midst, the soil of which is
devoted to it. The tillers may even be met
in the streets, bearing their sheaves with
The vineyards of New Jersey Would glad
den the heart of Bacchus himself. Rich
juices are blushing through the akin of myr
iads of excellent apples, and it will require
but a few more days of genial sunshine such
as is peculiar to Italy and Jersey, to begin
the gladsome work of distillation. Thou
sands of generous and portly bottles, with
new corks and labels, are awaiting the effer
vescing fluid. The voyage over Camden and
Amboy and the Jersey City ferry will con
summate their value. Champagne is one of
the most profitable of our staple products.
We were informed by one of the heaviest
vinters in the apple-growing region, that two
hundred per cent, is the average profit on
each bottle exported.
The culture of the apple In this warm- and
juicy State is a great success, and. the annual
yield of the Jersey Lightning alone is a
source of almost unlimited revenue. IXJ) x
We have reason to be unfeighedly thankful
to the Giver of all good gifts for allowing us
the whole bog this year. At Cincinnati we
found the storehouses entirely filled with the
first crop of bacon, which surpasses in fatness
and juiciness any previous yield within our
recoUection. The Prime Mess beats all.
Romps are glowing with health. In all the
Western pig-pastures nature smiles. Beans
can always be relied upon,..
Throughout the West and the South the
Indications are most favorable for an abundant
harvest' We saw the blades peeping above
the ground in the least sheltered places,
while in the warm atmosphere below Mason
and Dixon's line they are flashing out alt the
while. At Washington they are said to grow
spontaneously. Mr. Pryor grows them in
his pocket The impending Dissolution of
the Union will create an unparalleled demand
for this Staple product of our blood-bought
U- "'' " I ' - ' '
A Sbwiko-maohins SwiNDLBR. A female
swindler in Philadelphia, has, within a few
weeks past, obtained about thirty sewing
machines, fromr diffc rent persons, under pre.
tense that she wanted to buy them. She ap
plied only to those who advertised a single
machine for sale, which she would obtain by
representing that she wanted it on trial for a
short time, and after getting possession of it,
she would sell or pawn it for about half Ms
.,HT- ' '
Safety or Railway Travel -in Fbaxosj.
Calculations based upon the most authentic
returns have established that since the in.
traduction of railways into France, there has
been only one traveler killed outright in
every two millions of passengers, and there
has been only one traveler wounded in every
five hundred thousand passengers.
Thb Firbok Washinoto Mooxtam. The
recent fire oa Washington Mountain, accord
Ing to the Pittsneld (N. H.) papers, was very
destructive; the damage being estimated at
from 176,000 to 1100,000. Hundreds of men
were engaged fbr days and nights endeavor
ing to extinguish the flames, but it was not
until the rain of Monday and Tuesday that
their efforts were successful, ,
Extaaordikait Fatusbhood, A Western
paper, in describing the effect of a severe
thuadsr-ehower, saysi "A cow was struck
by lightning and Instantly killed, belonging
to the village physician, who bad A beauti
ful calf four days old."
Formal Reception of the Japanese Embassy
at Washington—The Interview with
The Washington correspondent of the New
York Tribunt gives these interesting particu
lars of the Japanese reception at the Presi
After a momentary delay, the three Em
bassadors, walking side by side, entered the
room, rapidly advanced A few steps, paused
and bent their heads, then edvaucca again,
and again bowed, and finally approached nenr
to where the Preaidont stood, and there re
mained in an attitude of profound respect
They were followed by the fifth in rank of the
Commissioners, Narouna Gensiro, who bore
in his arms a box containing the letter ac
crediting the Embassy to the United States
Government, and were accompanied by Cntit.
Dupont, Capt Lee and Lieut. Porter. For
another moment there was complete silence.
Then, the 'first Embassador, lifting his head,
read' In a clear and distinct voice, in his own
tongue, his short address to the President
His words having been translated to Mr.
Port man by Nomonra, and repented to Jlr.
Bnchanan with other manifestations of re
spect by the Japanese, the box containing the
letter before mentioned was taken by tbe in
terpreter, Nanioura, and held before the first
Embassador, who drew from it the document,
written on parchment and enveloped In a
silken covering, and gave it to the President,
who, in turn, handed it to the Secretary of
State.! The four Japanese then retired, in
the same manner in which they had entered,
keeping their faces turned toward the Presi
dent, and inclining their bodies at intervals;
but soon after returned, this time the fourth
in rank of the Japanese Commissioners tak
ing the place which tbe fittb'had before held.
The same salutations were performed, and
in precisely the same manner. When the
Embassadors stood again before the Presi
dent, the latter read to them his answering
address, giving a few words at a time, iu
order that all might be easily and accurately
tran: lajlecli . , , ,.
A few words of reply having been offered
by the! Embassador, Mr. Buchanan stepped
forward, Was introduced to each, and shook
each by the hand. Nothing was said, the
Embassadors keeping their eyes turned to
ward the ground, though without any ap
pearance of doparture from their unvarying
8elf-posBe8ion. The members of the Cabinet
were next presented, and subsequently Gen
eral Scott and the Speaker of the House of
Representatives. . The Vice-President was
called fbr, but was not present.
Before the Embassadors retired, .some of
their principal officers entered the room, and
were made known to the President, whom
they saluted, without, however, venturing to
take his baud. After this, still bowing with
formal precision, and never turning their
bocks, the Japanese finally retired' to the
ante-iootn which was reserved for them.
The entire scene was impressive to a de
gree, of, which it is not easy to convey a just
lutri.. ...o wuiiuk; ui wie xrcsiueui, wuose
dignified personal appearance added much to
the onensioni the quiet grace of the Japanese:
their radiant dresses; the plainer, but still
sparkling uniforms of the army and navy
officers; .the glitter of the gaily dressed as
semblage, all save brilliancy of circumstance
to an event which, in its gravest aspect, had
every claim upon the deepest interest and
attention. The interview lasted only half an
hour, its briefness aiding its effect . .
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Extra vaoakt Awricai Live ta Pabis. .
A Paris tetter writer observes :
There was a time at Paris when the fete.
the houses, the horses, the carriages, the ta
bles, and even the coats of an American were
tho wonder, the admiration, and the model
ui tiie arujiMjcruuo worm VI tne town. 1 re
fer to the late Col. Thorn, of New York.
Another American Mr. I'halen. also of New
York, is fast inheriting the reputation of
ioi. 1 norn, as least so mr as regards the
magnificence of his receptions. But for the
Hotel Montijo, (or the Hotel d'Alha, as it is
also called,) Mr. Phalen would have carried
off the honors of the winter, in the splendor
And costliness of his receptions. They are
tne wonaer 01 tne aristocratic jauoourg, trom
which hissociety is almdst exclusively made
up- i ' ; !, ,, -
Last Monday thb Annivbrsary or Tns
Mbmorablb Dare Day in Nbw England.
Lost Monday was the eightieth anniversary of
the memorable dark day in the North. On Fri
day, the 21st day of May, 1780, a darkness
extended ever New England and some parts
of New York, to such an extraordinary de
gree that it excited great alarm and conster
nation among the common people. All the
men of science of that day, and many since,
endeavored to fathom the cause, but they
never arrived at auy satisfactory solution. If
our citizens bad known this when the tor
nado was gathering here, on Monday, some
of them " would have been more alarmed
than they really were. ,
M OTTOS AS an Articlb or Food. The
American Agriculturist says: We mean to re
peat a thousand times, or at least till what
we say has some effect upon our country
men, that a pound of lean, tender, juicy mut
ton can be produced for half the cost of the
same quantity of fat pork; that It is infinitely
healthier food, especially in the summer
season, and those who cut it become more
muscular, and can do more work with greater
ease to themselves than those who eat fat
pork. We know nothing more delicious
than smoked mutton bams, of theSouthdown
breeds of sheep. . Venison itself is not superior.
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Falling or A ScArroLD in St. Loois Tin
Min Injured Onb Mortally. In Saint
Louis, Mo, on Monday morning, ten persons
were injured, some or them dangerously, by
the fall of some scaffolding at the rear part of
Trinity Church, in process of erection at the
north-west corner of Washington-avenue and
Eleventh-street, in that city. At tbe time of
the accident there were five masons and three
common laborers upon the top scaffolding,
while two carpenters were at work under
neath. One man, John Norton, died of his
injuries, while William Frowley, Dennis
Dwyer, J. F. Shannon and Elias Marlatt were
seriously, though not dangerously, wounded.
Thiodorb Parebr'b Rioovery Considered
Impossible. Theodore Parker was, at latest
accounts, at Florence, in a state of health cal
culated to seriously alarm bis friends, Few
hopes are entertained of his recovery. During
the latter part of April, before reaching Flor
ence, he failed rapidly, and is At present un
able to travel any further.
The AbvANTAos or Makino Noise. It is
the loan who makes the most noise that se
cures the' attention of the world. A silent
elephant may remain unobserved amid the
foliage of the wood, but a croaking bull-frog
will be sure to attract attention in the darkest
1 A Soicuib Prevented by Crinoline.
Helen Strong, a beautiful young girl of seven
teen, attempted to drown herself near Troy,
New York, A day or two ago, but was kept
above water by the vast amount of crinoline
on her person, until rescued. Her confidence
had been betrayed by a well-known young
man of that city. . 1
Asti-dost Cars. The Now York Central
Road brings out this week no lest than twelve
anti-dust cars, so arranged that they are, at
all times, as free of dust as a drawiag-room.
The Central Road has purchased the patent
for this oar, psying $50,000 for the same.
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TsBsino Leap or a Fin alb Somnambulist.
A woman named Ann Hennessey, residing
In New York, jumped out of the fourth story
window, the other night, while in a state of
somnambulism, and alighted on the sidewalk
without sustaining any serious Injury, 1 j..
Letter from the Benicia Boy—His Determination
to Fight Again and Win the
to Fight Again and Win the Belt—The Difficulties in His Path.
John C. Heenan writes to WWUm's Spirit
of the Timet from London on the 5th Inst. as
follower . r 1
I am liApny to Inform yon' thai I am verv
well, and that tbe little Boar I got' under the
eye is almost entirely gone. . In a week or
more bo one would suppose for a moment
that I had ever been bit at all. I need not
say anything to you about the manner in
which the fight was brought to a conclusion
only this, I have no fault to find with Mayers for
anything that was done. It was natural that
he should avail himself of every opportunity
that offered to save' bis' belt and bis hard
earned reputation; but there are others whom
I hold responsible for depriving me of what I
earned, and all that I am sorry for is, that
there is no earthly wayin which I can get
redress. I am entirely in the hands of the
referee, and he says Sayers had a right to be
relieved when I got him "in chancery," so he
gave him two months to get his wind and
come to time. Rather a long spell I This, 1
think, should be tbe newest of what is called
tbe new rules of the ring. I am glad to say,
however, that through the determination of
Mr. W., I have got a day set fbr a new battle,
but t can not mention it at present, as it
would come back here in time to interrupt
the meeting. In the mean time 1 think I
shall go over to Ireland to train, or to some
place ut any rate where I shall not be ha
rassed as I was before. r. 1 . . ,1 ! '
They gave me a pretty rough time of it,
with tlieir wnrrants and notices to quit, and
I want ho more of that kind of exercise. I
must say, however, that I have but little faith
in being able to get the belt, though I have
the most perfect confidence in being able to
win it in less than half an hour. The persons
who were willing to bet 100 to 40 against me
before will not let tne have It under any cir
cumstances, and it must not be forgotten that
Mr. Dowling, who showed me so much favor
at the last fight, is looked up to by the boxers
here A' the natural protector of the trophy of
Old England. There are a -hundred diffi
culties in the way, and the fighting part is;
so far as I am concerned, the least one of all.
They sow Bar that the ' Government will
surely Interfere to prevent us if we attempt'
w wove i.gu.111, anii in aauiuou to in is tnev
threaten to prosecute us both for what we
have already done. Rather tight on tho
American people, that! as the boys say nt
home; And, to tell you the truth, I am a littlo
uneasy 'that they may keep their word.
Under this state of things, I shouldn't
much wonder now to see Savers arrested for
the first time; and if that course is taken, and
he is bound over in a heavv sum. T aha I In
told thnt it is not his fault lie can not meet
me, and the stakes will be drawn, and he will
keep the belt, for his term is out sometime in
June. To become Chamnion after that I
should have to wait till a new belt is sub
scribed for. and then I would have to fight
iur 1 wim pteniy ot me 100-10-40 leuows
around to help me to win it.' However, I
snati buck to my point as long as I can, and
get a new meeting ont of Sayers if possible.
So if I dp not bring over the belt, nobody
shall say that I did not take every fairchanco
to get it i- - 1 1
P. S.-fWewiU have no speculation lajthe
next fight in the way of railroad trains, or
three-guinea tickets. There will be merely
a party of twenty-five a side, seconds, prin
cipals, spectators, and all told, and then t
uope ana win inai tne Deal man may win,
Advertising bob a Wm A I.hthh.
Dealer's Expebibnce with Fifty Female
AprLtOASTS--8om months since a mhnU.
sole hide and leather dealer advertised in the
Boston UrmUt for a wife possessing all the
necessary accomplishments and graces lucre
he cared Nothing for. - Hide and Leather was
thereupon perfectly overwhelmed with let
ters, ana in less tnan a week be had received
one hundred answers to his advertisement
He immediately opened a correspondence
wun nny accompiisuea females residing in
New England States, anrl "baa latelv ltn
amusing: himself with visitinir them in turn.
He gives the damsel due notice of his Inten
tion, makes her an evening call, takes her out
10 riae toe next morning, imparts tbe grati
fying information that' she has fortv-nlne
"young lady"., rivals, and lcavesl He says
that he is most righteously in earnest, and
iue one ui me nny mat sinxes nis fancy.
Biiiui ua ni ib. niue ana iieainer. ..
a libaler in hat asked to preach a
Sermon. In a church in Portland, Me, thwe
were no services last Sabbath tbe pastor
uciuk aowuh iiuevoivea upon one ot me
worthy deacons of the church to procure A
supplv. Accordingly he wrote a letter to a
neighboring clergyman, requesting him to
auppiy uie puipn on tne oaooam, ana at tne
same time wrote another letter to a gentle
man in Boston respecting some hay. The
letters were placed in envelopes and dis
patched. Judge ot the astonishment of the
worthy deacon when on Monday he received
a letter from his Boston correspondent stating
luuiuv uwi iiorer preacnea a sermon in nis
life, and that he must decline occODvinir the
pulpit of the Church on Sunday. The
w.Mi.e uwi uveu uiouou in mo wrong CI1YCI-
opes. No reply has been received from the
clergyman to whom tbe letter respecting the
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Strange Fbkaxa or Liohtxino Wondib
pul Escape or a Man and am Wipe. At
Ortego, N. Y, a few days since, the dwelling
house occupied by Sanford Nortlirop was
struck by lightning. The fluid tore off both
gable ends of the dwelling ran down the
stove pipe, burstingopen three or fonr lengths
threw off A kettle that was standing on the
stove, breaking it to pieces threw the stove
covers in every direction split the wood-box
and fire-board into kindling wqod broke the
windows out of the. kitchen and the trlaaanut
of the bod-room window, close by the bead of
tkn VA w.a U- V-tl . .1 1 :.
w.v '-. nuwiv . . U1 l W 1 VJp Will UIM W11U
slept, and doing cdnsiderable other damage.
Strange as it may seem, excent a slight ami.
sation of numbness, the couple escaped with
out injury i. !i , .
Enormous Revenqa or Japan. In answer
to a question from Commander" Dahlgren,
says the New York Tribune, the Embassadors
stated, after some consultation, that it
amounted to about $500,000,000, principally
derived from tax upon agricultural produce,
rice being the staple crop. Of this thirty per
cent, is the revenue of the' General Govern
ment, and seventy per cent that of the rulers
of the several States, each of which has its
distinct though tributary and subordinate
government. , It seems almost impossible
that this estimate can have been correctly
made, according to our currency. The total
is probably exaggerated. It would require
tax of more than $10 a head, or about L50 a
The Alleged Slavs if New York.1 An
examination of the bark Oora is now in pro
gress by the Ui 8. authorities. Twenty-eight
hundred kegt of gunpowder have been found
on board, which adds to the suspicion that she
is a slaver, it being well known that such
merchandise finds a ready sale on the African
Coast Tbe District Attorney says tt Is esti
mated that each keg of powder represents
tho value of one negro. 1 "
1 A Girl Stbanoled by a SwinoL .f.aai
week, a little daughter of Wm. Baird,,resid
ing near Lyons, N. Y, in the absence of the
family in the field, became entangled in a
swing by her neck, and when found Was In the
Agonies of death. . ' , j ,
The BbstBitoation ros Happiness. Thev
are best situated to be happy, who are neither
too high nor i too1 low hiirh enouirh to
see models of good manners; and obscure
enough to be left in the sweetest of solitudes.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Washington. Mar 24. A ohllanthronlc
scene occurred in the ante-room to tbe Rep
resentatives' Hall to-day,. A handsome mo
latto slave girl appeared in the charge of Dr.
Davidson, of this cltv. with a statement that
she had been sold to a negro trader, but by
raising $500 cash, and seeurias; tbe payment
of $700 more by the 1st of August, she oould
purcnose ner rreeaom. i ne amount was
promptly raised among the Republican mem
bers, and the girl is now free. '
Pikw i ore, May 24. A dtspatcA trom
ur..K;nM4n It-.. rt ti p . i. -
State Department, is nominated Consul-
uenerai to Constantinople.
The impression Is now general here that
the over-issue of Pacific Mail stock is tanch
larger than supposed. One statement said
to come from the company's office, Is said to
oe z,4uu snares, it is said that certificates
for 39.000 shares have been nreaented for
dividends, and that all these are registered in
[N. Y. Tribune Correspondence.]
The friends of Mr. Seward who Are best au
thorised to speak in his behalf, rebuke id the
most empbatio terms the suggestion that he
will give a cold or halting support to Mr. Lin
coln, Or encourage any lukewarmness in oth
ers. I .
So great has been the impression made by
Mr. Benjamin's speech in the Senate, that
IRA Ann i ... V : I I r : i :
1 ju.vivu wum wcio aiiuovriuvju IUT 1I11U1CUI-
ately In that chamber alone, without tbe list
uciug aeut into toe uouse.
Mr. Wendell again appeared before the Co
vode Committee, and testified that while the
President or Cabinet did not specially direct
him to apply money to carry the Lecempton
Bill through the House, his intercourse with
them kt that time fully satisfied the infer
ence that he was to be benefited by the ex
penditure, otherwise he would not have ap
propriated thirty or forty thousand dollars of
ma own money. i ,'
The Expectation was that he would receive
remunerating patronage, which was subse
quently realised In part All his testimony
on this and other delicate points has been
constrained and evidently embarrassed by
the knowledge that every disclosure affect
ing those in authority would involve himself.
In comparing his check-book with the ac
counts of the Bonk of the Metropolis, several
weeks igo, an item of $240 was found charged
to Foster, of Pennsylvania, among the moneys
appropriated for electioneering purposes, and
dated September, three weeks, before the
Congressional election. He was then asked
whether the Foster thus named was tbe
present! Democratic candidate for Governor
of Pennsylvania, who ran against Covode tor
Congress in 1858. No satisfactory answer
coma oe oDtained at tne time, Dut wnen uie
interrogatory was repeated to-day, he Ad-
miitea Knowing no otner r oster tor woose
Denent ft could nave been applied. He said
large sums had been entrusted to Mr. Wcttle.
an ex-member from Pennsylvania, for distri-
uuuuu inuring; tne canvass.
Tbe case of Postmaster Reynolds, at Louis
ville, will be broutrht before the Committee.
He was appointed through the influence of
1I ..iiLr n r. , . i m
mr. uuturiB, cx-oecreiory at me treasury,
and it will be proven that he deposited the
receipts I at a private bank, from which Mr.
Guthrie borrowed. Mr. Cobb pronounced
this a violation of the Sub-Treasury Law, but
through the influence of Postmaster-Ganeral
itoit, tne President keeps him In otnee,
New Yore, May 24. Advices from Kings-
uin, uaiuaico, are to tne eutn nil. ,
Mr, Girard. editor of the Colonial Standard.
Police Magistrate for the citr of Kingston.
and one Af the most respected eitisens in the
community, naa Deen detected in extensive
forgeries on the Island Banks, and had been
sentenced to imprisonment in the General
Penitentiary for three rears.
Slight knocks of an earthquake had been
mil. ui daoiaica, out me a am age aone was tri
fling, when ComnarAll with thalffnna In Hnvt!
In Port-an-Prince the shocks were so violent
that It was thought had they continued a see-
ona longer not a nouse in tne place would
have been; left standing.
In the town of Lanse, a village in the South,
one hundred and twenty-four houses had been
prostrated! ' '
New York, May 24. The second trot on
the Union! Course, vesterday, between "Geo.
M. Patcbii" end "Ethan Allen," to wagons,
again resulted in the victory of tbe first
noined horse, which won the race In three
straight hbats. The match was well .con
tested, and excellent time was made the
second heat having been made In 2:26. There
were at least 6,000 spectators within the
Course. I ; , , ,
Fire in Philadelphia.
stables of the Girard-avenue Psssengar Rail
way were lurnt this morning. The horses
were sll rescued. The buildings were all
new. ' , ... . ... ,i o i. i. r
Health of Consul Harris.
received per the fereia, says advices from
Japan report Consul General Harris's health
better. This disproves the story that he is
Queen Victoria's Birthday in Boston.
Boston, May 14. Queen Victoria's birth
day is being; celebrated here to-day by the
British residents and salute by British
steamers. . i , .
' Pittsburg, May 24 M. River ten feet
and falling, by the pier-mark. Weather warm
and clear. I . ,. . !t. ., ,
Court Press or the Japanbss. At the
reception, by the President, in Washington
the dresses of the Japanese were mush more
gorgeous than any in which they had previ
ously appeared. The first Embassador wore
robes of blue and purple crape, with richly
embroidered trousers of silk. The garments
of the second and third , wars of different
shades of green, crape and silk, all very curiv
ously wrought The secondary officers and
interpreters were more simply attired. All
had, by means of some artificial eontrivanr
an unusual expanse of shoulder, which nwm
them an air of rotundity they do not at ordi
nary times possess, me highest dignitaries
had peculiar Dead dresses, shaped like hollow
boxes, and set upon the ton of the head, where
they were cdnfined by Long cords reaching
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uuwu mo euro, ui tun lace, ana passing under
the chin. These head dresses were black.
auout nve incnes nign and SIX long; . They
were not cubical, but were broad at the front,
tapering to a point behind. They appeared
to exactly cover the spot left bald upon the
head by shaving. The officers next in rank
wore similar, though smaller marks of rank.
I naa inn I -. " ":
'A Witty Juvbkilb Collector. A few
days since a little, dirty urchin was sent by a
mechanic to collect a small bill.
He began In 1 the usual way, but becoming
more and more Importunate, at last the gen
tleman's patience being exhausted, be soul to
him: i , , . ,,
"You need not dun me so sharnlr. 1 am
not going to run away." ji n- f ' ' h
"i don't suppose Vou are." said the hov;
scratcning nis Bead, "but my tnastesisrand
le stands very Biuchn need of hempngy."
Composite CHAaAona 6w Uinta' sfi
Louis Napoleon j is said to as by race aa Ital
ian, by birth a Dutchman, bv school education
a German, by nulltary education a Swiss, by
practical sduoatKin an American, by political
studies an Englishman, and by bis crown a
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