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TBI VUTST rUUS It delivered to subscriber. U
UlnoUaatl, CoTbsgtoei and Hewport, and sex
rending oiUal and towns, at the ex-
treaulylowBrlosof - P
six anrn A wnE, patabli to camiib.
raioBior aixibsi ' ' "
Mail ooplee k. 1 month toe.i l monthifli 1 rear 1 3.
AMUSEMENTS.
WOOD'STHEATER.
' Corner of Sixth and Vine-streets. .
John A. miller, Jr., sole Manager tnd Lessee.
Paicas of AoauMioa Dress Cirole and Farqaette,
SOoentei Gallery, Koente. , ,
Doors open at 6X, curtain rim T o'clock.
Mrs. Soutbworth't great Ledger story, entitled
"The Doom of DerlUo t r. A Maiden's Vow." ,
THIS IV1HING, Februarys, end every evening
until farther nollee, the performance Kill consist of
tlie exciting and powerful production, In nveaots,
" THJ DOOM OF DEVILIB J J
: Ob, A Maidih's Vow.
Orville Deville, Mr. Langdon; Vulcan Jffr. lllsler
Karl Glen Lanark, Mr. Fisher ; Job Idwards, Mr.
House; hero, real lire negro, Mr. Adams: LI
onne Delafort. the Lioness or the Forest, Mrs.
Kffle Klliler; Lady Adelaide, Hies Annie Walte r
KateKyte, Mis. fanny Denham -. Lady Bllaabeth
Devllle, Mrs. Gilbert iPerdlta, Little line. ,
Berranta, Backwoodsmen, Ao.
In consequence of the extreme length or tills play,
no other play can be prodnoed. ; .. .
JAfTIONAaLTHEATERe
John Bates, Proprietor and Manager i W. 8. Irwin
Altebatiob or Tiai.-Doore open at 7; Curtain
rises at a past 7, precisely.
rBlOBB Or AnniseiOB. 1rese vircie sna rwqus,w.
60 cents; Family 01 da, S cente iOolored Boxes, 15
centa j Uallery, 10 oent ; 1-rival aoxes, -i r
. vnntivii mivn nwna Krrm t.a.i
Mtn LTJOY KSOOTT. Mr. D. MIBANDA and Mr,
J. MAXWELL will appear THIS IWedneadey;
EVENING, February 8, in the beautiful operatli
5"7 f LTJCRETlA BORGIA.''- ' l" 1 '
Lucrstia Borgia (with all the original mrulo), Mlsa
Lncy Escott; Gennaro, Mr. Miranda i Dake, Mr.
Maxwell : Maffio, Mrs. 0. Henri ; Don Apoetolo,
Mr. Swift; Oloferno, Mr. Slevin 1 Jeppo, Mr. Ber.
nard: Aecanio, Mr. Wilson; Priucesa Negroni,
Mm. Hlght. , im-cj .-i.iJr : i
Dance.......................................Miss Jenny Hlght
To conclude with . ., i.
. ZERLINA ;
Ob, Tan Tbiumph or tax Gbsikh. .
Ju PntA.iT. Mr. Carter 1 Patrick. Mr. 0. Henri
Bareboues, Mr. Bernard; Mythoa, Mr. Stuart;
Mettssi, Mr. Vanderen : Koppo, Mr. Blevln ; Pacha,
Mr. Hlght; Kalolle, Mr. Swift; Euclos, Mr. WIN
. eon ; ZerUna, Mrs. Vanderen ; Myra, Miss A. Gra
ham. . On Friday evening, Complimentary Benefit to Mr,
W. H. Irwin, Treasurer. -
piKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
8. N. Pike, Proprietor; F.B. Oonwny, Stage Dl-
M.t. . t V n..l..a VvaainM
ICViVI a At JBB.OX UOl fa, iioswuiws
PBioieor ADKiMKM.-Pamuetta Circle, Parrjnette
nd Balcony, 60 cents; Ampnitneater, a cenia
Pr.i. Rmtm fiw aloht TAAranns. 1A.
Box Offioe open from 10 A. M. until 4 P. M where
eate oan be secured.
Doon open at t o'clock ; commence at 7M. ..-
Farewell engagement of the distinguished acttesi,
Mrs. Julia uean nayue.
Thiidlitlngalihed artist has been engaged for
THIS BVSNING, February 8. will be preeented
the beantUul play, in nre acta, entitiea
v, .j. i INQOMAB; - v V T
Parthenia,Mr. Julla.Dean Hayne; Ingomar, Mr.
Conway i Alaetor, Mr. Addison: Tlmaroh. Mr.
Chaplin; Myron, Mr. Sheridan ; L;kon, Mr. Lan
agan ; Polydor, Mr. Hall Actea, Mrs. Place. .
'xo concinae wun
THE WANDERING MINSTREL.
Jem Ban (In wbloh he will sing " Villikens i and hli
Dinah " and play two clarionet solos). Mr. Day
tdge: Mr. Orlnoum, Mr. Lanagan; Herbert Oar
roll (with song); Miss Viola Orocker ; Peggy, Mill
. Stanley. ' ' ' 1 '
In actire rehearsal, Bhakspeare's great play
"iienry v in, iu wuicu wmu
will nerform.
A grand apectacnl ar and thrilling Drama lilnact-
1 . .NnaHiInn vtlfh nn MnAnArT dresses. eneCU.
Ac, and sustained by the entiia strength of
company.
Complimentary Ball ,
TO
CAPTAIN A. MENTER,
;' Of the "American Cornet Band," '
Appreciative of hie serrlcee in elevating musical
talent in the West, will take place at
MELODEON HALL,
On THTJBSDAY EVBNINO, lebrnary 9, on whleh
occasion the pleasant company of an nil
respectlniiy aonciiea.
friends
aHAaitaa-Daniel Flthlan, A. 0. Parry, A,
Coltille, O. D. Meader, B. Weet, If ranlr. Jlaag.
BiEf DiBBCTOBS-O. B. Weatherby, Geo. TP.
rMnslc for the occasion will be furnished by Oapt.
Venter's full Oornet Band and tjroheatra. -
Tickets, admitting gentlemen and accompanying
ladlea, (supper Included,) 82. feed
gMITH fc MIXOM'8 HALL.
WAUGH'S ORIGINAL
MIRROR OF ITALY.
This magnificent Panorama It not " Waugu's
Italia," shown in thia oity some months since,
the Orialnal Mirror of Italy, exhibited here to
.t Rmiih Nlm.'s Hall in 1862. It
returns to OincinnatI for the first time since
data, with new and beautiful Dleramlc KOeota,
and scenes Illustrating the Thsater of the
Italian War, and will exhibit for a few
il .iHmith A Nixon's Hall, and ie frw
and JivlnB Twe Bxhlbliione Dally, at o'olock
P. M. and 7X o'clock eaoh evening, i
fpinira,a Mni,. ni s!t for 11 . children ID centa.
Doors open in the evening at 6ji o'olock. Mirror
moves at 7X o'olock precisely. Doors open In
afternoon at 2 o'clock; commences at 8 o'olock.
Afternoon Bihlbition Ladies' Tickets 16
Children 8 cents only. ui-m-
fcfR.. AMD MRS. SHANKS'S
km , BXGOND IIBM. '
Natlanal Hall, VlncMiWeet, above Fltta.
The leaaons are so arranged that beginners
pommenoe at any uuie. ""
$30. ;)r 30." p. $30.' $30.
TMrty-Dollur DouWoIock-StiUh
FAMILY WING MitHlim
V flrraiT) ST EEOKMT LITTKEa PATHMT.
rmnmfc MAfMINfl HAS BEEN
i i NnrtrJOKD by all eotnpetent judges,
have seen It. to be tha beet and most desirable I
.fly Sewing Machine ever introduoed, rearar
!-u. I. will aaw all klnilfl of familr BC
from thVvery thlokeat to the very flneet fabric,
ill Is need top ef the Machine.
oirouiar. or cau auu
be scoured.
tiope:
Upon early application, State and Oounty
Aa aaergetio person can make a fortune In a
ttme. .AMtom-gft,
fffagwSt
Gifts!
Gifts! Gifts!
U'i-- a-w-rv' Al.fr-1 '
GIFT BOOK1 SALE
AX K0. 58 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith A Nixon's Ball, Cincinnati,
..v.i a nl.iulM nlfi. worth fmm en eenta to
win be g ivia with every book tor which we
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Oilbj oonelstof Gold and Wv.r Watcbea.umer
gilid Gold Chains, splendid est of Jewelry, fine
raoelete. Gents' Gold Vest-chains, and a targe
riety of other article, of rich Jewelry, worth
1 1 !. I1.:: " . . Publisher and Gift Booksel
..?,,',' rt ronHb-jtreetJ
'li: n: nRUCE. '
SauaetS KauUread Oar Omalbna
mtwww ftiotnyerB.
AUU ' BUILDlHw AHD
... Hli a 13
Mat tMQftl
ksep on hnda supplyof 8TBB1T
and Omnlhn"", which we will
In style, finish and otu-apuuy, ,bb
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!; CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
ANDIW.rBAHOlSOO. . JOHN D.OALD WILL
bbitobi abb raerui-rou. ,
THE EEESS.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. TRAINS ARRIVE.
Lima Main.-Hlght Xxpnai, 8:00 A, .) Aooom
modatiOb. a-.4ft r. u.t Day Bxsrese. 6:3S r. k.
InDUHAroLia axd Owouiati. 11:16 A. .; :40 r.
H.i 1:40 a. ar.
Ohio ui ViMiiiim. 8:25 A. .; 11M5 A. .: 10-.18
r.u.
OnoiMATi, Hawtltob us DiTToa.-Tii5 a. a. 11:08
A. a. u:n r. .; e:ox r. s:w r. m.
Habibtta aws OraoiwiiATi, 11:20 a. a.; (:M r.
lilOHMOXD ABS iNBlABAPOUa. U:M (:oo r.
TRAINS DEPART.
Littli Miami. Day Xxpraae, 10:00 A. .) Accom
modation, 4:40 r. M.; Might Express, 11:30 p. a.
ImnsjuroMa ahd Oimoihhati.-:N a. h. 12:48 p.
at.; 7:10 r.is.
Onto abb Miasusim. 7:20 A. H.t 2:00 P. .: 7:30 p. BT.
OlBOIBBATf, UABaTOH abo Dattob.-:0O a. v.; 7:30
A. .; lu-.tu a,. :to p. M.; o:50 p. is.; u:su p.
Mabibtta and Oincinbati. 0:40 A. .; 8:40 p. n.
BlOBMOBD AMD 1BDIABAPOI,U.-:UO A. If .1 ;40 P. M.
United States Senators from Ohio.
:
of
The pioneers ia the United States Senate,
from Ohio, ware Rev. John Smith, of , thia
County, and Thomai Wotthington, of Chilli-
cothe. We trace the wooesslon of each below ;
John Smith, of Hamilton Coontv, com-
3 Lla ! I . 1Q11. 1. . ; 1
iubuoou bib eerviw aixu a, loviij uw ivsiuvu,
and Return , J. , Meiga, jr., of Washington
County, was appointed Deeember 12, ' 1808;
reappointed March 3, 1809; resigned, and
Thomai Worthiagton, of Rom County, ap
pointed Deeember 16, 1810; resigned, and
Joseph Kerr, of Franklin County; appointed
December 10, 1814; time expired Maroh 3,
1815, and Benjamin Ruggles, of Belmont
County, chosen, and continued until Maroh 3,
1833, when Ihomai Morris, of Clermont
County, was elected; he was succeeded, Maroh
4, 1839, by Benjamin Tappan, of Jefferson
m i . j .1 r 1- a iijc
vouniy, who ni auoosnuou, wsroa w, h"j
by Thomes Corwln, of Warren County; re
signed, and Benjamin F. Wade, of Ashtabula
County, appointed July 20, 1860; eontinued In
1857, is the present inoumbent; time will
expire in 18S3.
Thomas Worthiagton, of Ross County, com'
meneed his serrices April 1, 1803; Edward
Tiffin, of Rosa County, suooeeded Maroh 4,
1807; resigned, and Stanley Grlawold, of Dela
ware County, wee appointed May 18, 1809; he
served only until December 11, 1809, when
ii. t i i i-j ii -.1.- r
tnej Aivgioimuro msowu oicuuwr vbiuiucai,
who served until Maroh 3, 1813; hli inecessor
was Jeremiah Morrow, of Warren County, who
was succeeded, March 4, 1819, by William
A. Trimble, of Rosa County; on the death of
it
B.
. r an . I ,. it T - T . O 1O0O
Air. AnuuoiB, top uegisiavuro, souuj o, io",
eleoted Ethan Allen Brown, of Hamilton
County; William H. Harrison, of same County,
was eleoted, serving from March 4, 1825,nntil
resignation, when suaeihev lletlngu!elecl olll-
ten of Hamilton County, Judge Jaeob Burnet,
on December 10, 1828, waa appointed; Thomas
Swing, of Fairfield County, succeeded him,
March 4, 1831; William Allen, of Rosa County,
served, twelve years, from Maroh 4, 1837, to
March 8. 1849, when Salmon P. Chase,
Hamilton County, was eleoted; he was suo
oeeded. in 1855, by George E. Fugh, also
Hamilton Coanty, whose term expiree Maroh
1861; he ia to be ancceeded by his predeces
sor, who haa just been eleoted United States
Senator from Ohio, until March 3, 1867,
even of them have been Governors of the
State.
"Inde Salus"
but
loo
.fn. now
that
dayi
the
To
centa;
WmK
can
"Henoe, Health." Thia ia a motto of one
the Qolf Associations of Edinburgh The manly
arU of bodily culture and field amusements
ara too much negleoted by our oltizena.
suggest that the Toung Men's Mercantile
Library Association, with the opening
weather. Inaugurate a club for field sperta
Let crioket-grounds and base-ball green
obtained near the publlo square, along Hop-
kins-street, west of Freeman-street, belonging
to the eity. Let the Union Club pf Cricketers,
Whose membera are proficients, be the
structors, and use the ground in eommon.
Let three honre, twloe a week, be given to
and kindred baU exeroieea in the open
and we guarantee that the employers
gladly concede the time to 1 their clerks,
and find their profit In the elaetlo spirits
improved health of their empkyet. The proper
management of suck an out-door gymnasium
would add to the already wide-spread popu
larity and Increasing usefulness of the Young
Men's Mercantile Library Association. As
part of the same system of physical training,
we suggest to the new Directors tbe establish
ment of a gymnasium above their reading
room and Library 'We should then '
sound minds in aoand bodies. , . , ,
The Thorough-bred Racers of Old
Kentucky.
PRO
wbe
made,
short
, . ;
i
htsmay
S100.
receive
.. :.
Gold
va
" from
Lewis Bandera, of Grass Hills, Ky., In
laat Issue of Ibrter'e Spirit of tU Timet,
verts to the olden days of radii g at that Meoca
of Kentucky turfmen the oity of Lexington
.The, earliest importations were ia 1791
the, J) earn ougnt ana.Tvuuaur .vooaui
gintav. Then eame Janus, Ceier, mediey, iippoo
Saib, Union, Claudius, Boxer, Labumam,
most important of all, Meltar. He wu bought
by Kobert Sanders, in 1801, from Uoionei
Hoskins', if Virginia, at the then unprece
dented figures of $4,000. Meliar was by
ley, dam .by JWUdairf .The- Brat produot
sweeptUkes took place in uetooer, io,
whioh, out of 'seven entries, Banders
Maria, was riotor, she being brenght on
track by Colonel Bnford. ( Other good
wa brought Into Kentneky, such as Buiaard,
Dragon, Royalist, Spread agie, epeouiator,
Knowaley, Eagle, Alderman and others.
describes a sweept takes in 1811, on the
Course, Lexington, Josephine being
and a Bmtard Alley, entered by Henry
being distanced.
The Antiquarian's Progress.
;r
Dlaaa
1
BrlALli
BA1L
OABS war-
at a.
J.llaf
lalttf
Politics are giving a freak impetus to
ill the antiquarian societies are looking
their very old specimens of fossils.
Baorlans are In demand; real old
Th "stoneotanrls" -would be preferred,
genus, whote fossil remains only aw
Toung America don't like the geologioal
. tt,a nnlltlr-al strata.
PEN AHD SCISSORS.
S5A Philharmonio Association has been
organized in Petersburg, Va.
- fflQaeii Victoria's DrlvaU parse is $309,-
0001 What line old lady to get the "right
aideof."
The debt ef Piedmont, which wal
about 4,000,000 in 1848, it now upward of
48,000,000. ,
flair The value of steam engines exported
from Great Britain during the eleven months
oi waa HTpiiw. . .
S3Ti Mountain is manufacturing; four
flrst-claes balloons in Lanaingburg, N. Y., for
local ascensions.
Jsa"A man named Bates Taylor, a man of
weaitn, ended ma life in Troy, ind., on Satur
day night, by blowing ent his brains.
SS" A printer named Weldon was atabbtd
by a gtranger in Philadelphia, the other
nignt, so badly tnat ua life la aeapairea or.
In the manufacture of Whitworth'i
standard gnagea, the workmen meaaare to the
twenty-tnousanatn part or an inon.
SfThree men. oitlzenaof Carrabus Connty,
27. C, were indicted and tried, at the County
Uourt last wank, for stealing, and Having seen
eonvicted, were wnipped. ,
tST Paria papera are filled with glowing
aooounts oi tne new bauet preparea by iiagii
oni, for the young and beautiful dansente,
Ai lie. Livry, atone urana upera.
The Emperor Vrasela Joseph has or
dered rednotlon of 3,800,000 to be made in
tne military expenditure during tne approach
lngyear.
ffitrA neero over one hundred years o'd,
the property of Mrs. Storke, waa burnt to
death In Westmoreland. County, Va., a few
nights ago.
s9"Palmer. the scnlptor. la engaged upon
a statue of Faith. The figure ia that of a
woman, completely draped, leaning on the
emblematic! cross. ,.
drThe manager of the Nashville (Tenn.
theater has engaged the Parodi Opera Troupe
at $1,000 per week for a tour in the Koutnem
Dtatea. ' v 1
Geoffrey Winters, who was committed
to tail in Baltimore, a few days ago, committed
suicide by hanging himself in nia cell. He
was about ntty years of ago.
jtThe London Timet, in commenting on
the President's Message, thinka the time may
come when Spain will be glad to aell Cuba,
engaged aa she ia in an expenaive war.
"The new Republican Chief Justice of
Iowa la a Spiritualist, and it is stated that he
has "a eaatle ereoted at Keoknk for the recep
tion of invisible ghosts."
tsSTA peasant and his wife are on trial at
Rheima, In France, for punishing their daugh-
t,r by burning her thighs, with live ooals and
of
rubbing nltrio aoid in the wound,
The Middletown (N. Y.) Mercury pub-
llahea a statement, showing the number ef
gallons of milk aent to flew York Rom vr-
ange Uounty tor loop to do a,oap,oov. .
ffiVThe valuable coal mines of Arkansas
are now being worked, and measures are In
progreaa to transport large quantitiea of the
ooai to tne new urteana market.
1 (1 I 1 1 1 ! TTTH I 1
au empty liuiu nnrret in ttuuiidkwu.
K. C, exploded from a lighted match plaeed
near the bung-hole, on Sunday, by a boy
named Ward, and almost killed mm.
of
of
We
be
three weeks at a time,
Photograph or thi SioarrAAT or Sri ia
The sprightly New York Saturday Pre- thus
photographs our Secretary of State: Think of
a hearty-looking, robust gentleman, who walks
as straight and sets nia loot as nrmiy as
drum-mejor, declining with pleasant thanks
the pro tiered arm of younger men on aieety
sidewalks, who eschews mufllera. and gloves,
and cloaka, as the burdensome oontrivanees of
our effeminate age.
Aa for hia official habits ask the gentle
men of nit Department. He ia in reality the
moat punctual and hardest working man in his
office. Within five minutes of nine o'clock-
one way or the other you may tee him oonv
Ins- the side of Lafavette Sauare. on hia way
to hia official post. Once there, he is busy
with hia dlanatohea and affairs until three or
four, and sometimes when busineaa presses, he
will, with the assistance of a clerk, work
away until tan or eleven o'clock, for two
.. 1 1 . 1 ' VT- - 1LI.1.. 1.
jnu eu. Mimas ii
in
this
air,
will
and
a
have
the
re
of
and,
jonu
Med'
in
nuy,
the
stook
He
fond
winner,
Way,
hardship to be pressed in that service. . The
Premier treats nis cierss not mereiy a. gen
tlemen, bat like friends; and they love him
a father, and servo him axe sons.
Man Sosfsctsd or FmiiHiisgiss. A cor
respondent of the Monmouth (N. J.) Democrat
relates the following t
"Two voung men were at Barnum's Muse
um, looking at the sights, when some mis'
ohievous person told the pollecemen who were
on duty there, that one of them wu a yonng
lady in disguise. A way went tne omoers,
ana watoamg aueir opporiuuii-y wiw
the gentleman designated, aside, and in a ia
nations way made their business known
took them for a couple of sharpers trying
rob him. and endeavored to get away, when
tbe ornoera exposed their oaoge oi omoe,
he eubmilted, and waa carried to the office
the Chief of Police. Strange to tav. Mr. rile
burv allowed himself to be deoeived by
story, and Mr. B. was forced to submit
an examination before he could regain
liberty...' .. .., " .-' '. ; , . ' .
Eitbiordikat Esoafsv Mr. J. Stewart,
while walking in the Worthington-road,
Armstrong County, Penn., a few nights
walked over a bluff in the dark, and fella dis
tance of one hundred feet, into a small creels.
The strangest part ot tne story remains;
was rescued aoon aiterware, ana nia lnjuriaa
were found tone trifling.. . ;
Tbb Mobilb MusnsasB. McDonald,
imnerloua gentleman who was unfortunate
enough to kill a woman in Broadway,
time ainoe, is aaia to near nia lmpnaonmens
the Toombs with oommendable patience,
admits that it has greatly improved hia health
and looks.
AnviNoa or thi Aqb. In 1150, students
who were snsTjectadof freauenting the
ling-alleys or New Haven loot favor
tha Yale Faoultvt In 1800, the Faculty
vide for students bowling-alleys better
any Sew Haven can afford.
:M Thi Piisidsit in TBS Untof. The Pres
Ident'a toast at the Wise dinner Is suspioioua.
He hopea that Virginia will be a bright star
-a united, free and prosperous Confederacy,"
That may mean a Southern one. Explain,
atr.tf youpleaee.li ""-
solense
Bp
The
Whigs.
that
found.
I .' '
' ' KvtbwioB er ArrBOTiox-In a late case
breach of promise of marriage, at New
Mass., the strongest evidence of
defendant's affeetion was the fact that he
gave twe cants for aa orange and presented
to the fair piaintin.
"f bi LAwamos Calamity. The owners
(Va Pamhavtmi Mt 111 have made a claim
the Insurance eompanles for the entire
Ul sue jsiiuwwai vv,www ,"'-
talned able legal ojunsel la ease tie elalm
' ' ' :
SBBI.S.WS t'-a -.: RVf.ll. .) -. .,; ':
UiOi.ilfc Li fail! -f.i
EXPRESS OF SUSTAINING THE ENGLISH COURT.
The following from the Philadelphia Prtu
will give our reader, an idea of the expense to
the British nation of supporting the Court ef
England. It may be new to many of our
readers, and will show them what royalty
coats : In the last year the outlay by the
British people for Royal Establishments
amounted to 648,000, making about $2,732,-
S66. The leading items are as follows: Queen
Victoria's Civil List, 386.000: Including her
Privy Puree, 60,000; salaries of Household,
ioA,vov; uouienoid expenses, 171,0UU; Hoy al
bounty, 13,200; Pensions, 1,200 ; Miscel
laneous, 8,040 ; Prince Albert's Annuity,
30,000; Duchess of Kent, 30,000; Duehets
of Cambridge, 9,000; Duchess ef Mecklen-barg-Strellts,
3,000; King of the Belgians,
&v,uuo; Princess i rederick William of ma
ple, 7.678; servant of deoeasod Royalty,
2,925. All or these moneys are paid ont of
the Consolidated Fund (or public revenue) of
jsngiand, nna ao not represent tne wnoie
amount received by the Royal Family.
Thus Prince Albert has numerous offices,
civil and military, which bring him in an ad-
atuonai inoome oi ii)u,uuu. xne vait oi
Cambridge, besides having part of St. James's
raiace tree or rent, taxes, and repairs, naa
some 10,000 per annum extra aa Commander-in-Chief
and Colonel of a Cavalry Regiment.
Not only ia the Queen's aunt, the Duohesa of
Cambridge, handsomely pensioned, aa well as
her son and twe deughtera, but even her son-in-law.
every poor German prince, accepts
jLi.no m year irom ureal Britain, rne
Queen's mother and the Queen's nnole (Leo
pold of Belgium) have 80,000 year between
them. Nav. ao much ia money an obieot with
Royalty, that the Princess Royal of England,
married to the King of Prussia's nephew, wee
meanly permitted by the Prussian Royal
Family to saddle the Britiah nation with a
life-pension to her of 7,688 a year, which
John Ball will probably have to pay during
tne next naa century. .
m
Dohistio Iifidilitt xn Niw Ostsiss. The
New Orleans correspondent of the St. Louie
Sepuhlkan relates a sad oaio cf domestlo
Infidelity:
A most unhappy domestic drama Ia about to
be brought before one of our courts, and will
of course be ventilated by the oity press for the
benefit ef the nubile at large. A young lady,
who has lived almost from childhood in the
family of an elder aister. waa united in mar
riage a few months ago to a young man of
this eity, who, it seems, before 'the honey
moon began to wane, tound reason to suspect
a criminal intimacy between the bride and
her brother-in-law. . Investigation convinced
him of the fact, and a well-direoted accusation
and cross-examination extorted from hia wife
a confession to the effect that an illioit con
nection had existed between them for a long
time, auoh acandalons particulars being de
tailed aa leit no room to doubt Her statements
In conseauenoe. the husband haa filed a neti
tion for divorce; ao, also, haa the wife of the
leading vidian in the drama, and the latter
naa been expelled irom an anoient and nonor
able order o: wnicn ne was a memoer.
aa
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to
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of
toe
to
his
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and
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A Coansnous Railroad raou Maims to
Lodisiava- A dts patch from Chattanooga,
Tenn., says that the gap In the Mississippi
Railroad waa finished.. on. -SaUu4ayriai the
eonnection through to New Urleana is now
complete. The time between New Orleans
and Philadelphia by this route will be only
eighty hoars. By the completion of this ling
there is now a continuous railroad irom Ban
gor. Me., to New Orleans, except four short
ferries at Hudson River. The vaat ohain
railroads is composed of eighteen Independent
roads, eosting in the aggregate for 2,394 miles
of road, $92,784,084, or nearly one-tenth
the whole railroad system of tne u nited states,
of which 1,990 miles are used in this contin
uous line.'
Asr Eioitiho Stbbit Cab Isoiosbt.
eminent physician of New York got on board
one of the oity railroad cara a few deya since.
In a moment he aaid: ".Ladies and gentlemen,
there is a malignant case of small-pox
board thia car I smell It." In a moment
the car was stopped, and the passengers fled,
all but one. ana sne a woman cioseiy veueu.
Tha Doctor asked her to lift her vail. She
did ao, and he beheld a most dreadful case
tnat foul and dangerous aiaoraer. enesaia
she was on her way to the Hospital her
being on the outside. .
A Shirt Sbbsation. Last week, while
youth and beauty of Centerville, Illinois, were
gathered ai a sootai party, at tne uomerviue
Exchange, an old gentleman who was aabjeot
to spells of walking in nit sieep, alter going
bed, leu into a siumoer, an arose irom
bed. attired in nothing but his shirt,
walked directly among those who were par-
tieinatini in tne eoenea ot festivity, 'xne sur
prise waa said to be more astonishing
agreeable. .
TaBATViMT or BoDTHMH Slavbs. The
tumpka (Ala.) .Eiiower taya on last
thirteen alaves belonging to Governor Fits-
patrlok, accompanied oy Mr. Gunn, brought
tneir cotton to maraec, ana boiu it lor b
amounting in the aggregate ao $994 92. Ahab,
another one ot tne uovernora negroes,
tbe others, will soon bring their's in.
monev is their own, not one dime of it
into their owner's pooket, and he feeds
clothes them beaidea, and provides for them
old age. .
of
Bed
ford,; the
once
it
A TJrioui Cohplixbrt. The New
ww . n 1 , ,1 . .1H..U.
livening rtn, epeamng oi wo opera stouiiuu,
tavs: Amodio has been in luck, and
managers of the opera have presented
with an elegant seal, manmacturea oy a
jeweler. Over the seal ia a figure
resenting Amodio aa he appeared in the
eater of the negro slave in tne "megio
a touching acknowledgment of the
baritone's peculiar adaptability for tie
Christy styis of opera.
HoaniBLB Tbaobdt. A woman named
. . , . , . is., m vr
loan in waa Kinea bi vonoeo. noar iroy. a,
last Friday. She was very near the period
her eonunement. - An anray occurred at
house, growing out of the use of liquor,
wnion sne waa oruuui j aioa.u in meauuuiucu
by a relative. Soon after she was taken
and, after suffering the most horrible agonies,
died. 'Abe eniid is aiao aeaa.
OtmAOB ot! a NiGtiDS. In NorwiohConn.,
on Wednesday evening laat, as a oolored
was passing along one of the streets, ehe
atruok on the baok of tne need by an ironeart
Tinir. end afterwards thrown ever a
where she lay In sa insensible oonditlon
some time. The perpetrator of the
haa not yet been duoovered.'. , ; , -.
. i i , i n 1 1 1 i .
A Glbbioa. Istimatiob. A clergyman
ins preached during Lent. In a small town
which he had net once been invited to
said la a semen exhorting nit parishioners
againat being seduced by the prevailing
of the sge, "1 have preached egaintt
vloa but luxurious living, having had no
portunity of observing to what extent
. :.j iv la
WUIJWIM wnM.
noon
amount
i hi-i r - . , f
Is the owner waa en his wa to Niearegua
. I TlBltad Hiates Miaiatsr. .
' , .. ...
V'l'.t J Vi.H'r'.V ..:n r... , I , . !,.' I .:: i
DsMiirom Ibdbmwhv. A oitixen of
Carolina, Mr. John A. Wheeler, has
the Legislature ef Penneylvanla,
Indemnity for the lose of three slaves,
duoted e trannru, by a citleea of
nla, (probably Paaemoie Williamson)
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Additional by the Asia.
Ksw Toss, February 7. The London Rms
haa a leader ridiculing the memorial, being
prepared for the Maryland Legislature, pray
ing for the enslavement ot the free oolored
population of that State. The Spirit of tie
Dtp had arrived from China, with 768,000 Iba.
a. ,
Spain and JUorocco. The division not of the
Spanish army had landed without opposition
on the banks of the river Titnan. L Aord
states that on January 10 the Spanish Gov
ernment paid Into the hands of the British
Minister, at Maarm, tne wnoie sum an. to tne
British Uorernment, about ten and a nan mil
lion francs, A Madrid dispatch of the 16th
announces that the Spaniards In Morocco were
wasters of all the poaitlona of Cabo Legro,
after having obtained a complete vlotory
They were commanding all the hights of the
valley of the Tituan, and would be before
xituan as soon as the artillery was ante to
The pans rame says it was eonndentiy ai
sorted that in pursuance of arrangemente be
tween jsngisna ana r ranee the neets or tnott)
eountrlee would no longer remain in the Al
geria water, bate advices from Magodor
state that 60,000 men, the pick of the Moorish
army, were encamped en the hills beyond
Magador, ready for action. ' The Moors are
said to have taken in all alx hundred priso
ners. A Madrid telegram of the 18th aays
that on the 17th the Moors showed a disposi
tion to attaok the Span'ards but were thrown
Into disorder bv Bnaniah artillery. The pro
jectiles nearly reached Tituan, tour miles ens
tan i.
Italy. The King of Sardinia had accepted
the resignation of hia ministry, and charged
Count Cavour with the formation of a new
one. Great agitation prevailed in the Marches
and Bologna was to be fortified. Riotous de
monstrations had taken place in Parma, the
mob calling for reduction in price of bread
and the recall of Garibaldi. Force was re
quired to restore order.
It is stated that the Pope had demanded the
reoall of French troops from Rome, Intending
to reiy wnoiiy on Austrian and Bavarian mer
eenaries. Pnutia.K war is probable between Sar
dinia and Naples, Prussia Is preparing by the
enrollment of 40,000 recruits.
The Belgian Government bad decided on
sending an expedition to China, to act in eon-
cert wun tne Angio-f rencn expedition, wun
the view of establishing a Belgian colony
China. A royal decree authorized a loan
40,000,000 franos.
Details of the losa of the clipper ship Flera
Temple, Captain Johnson, from Maoas for Ha
vana, ahow that tbe entire number (860)
coolies on board perished. The boats were
more than sufficient to save the crew. '' :
From Washington.
of
of
An
on
of
at
tendant the
to
nn
and
than
week
sum
wun
This
and
In
Washikqtoi, February 6. The Ficayme
of January 31 saya that the Legislature
Mississippi has rejected the bill to repeal the
State Law against the introduction of Af
ricans into the State, by a vote of three
one.
Advices from Raatan to January 18, Bay
that the inhabitants are determined to main
tain their . lndependenee of Honduras, and
have seat to N.w Orleane for arma and am
rfiuniUon. A bill appropriating $300,000 for the defense
of the frontier of Texas haa passed the Son
ate of that State, and will probably pass
House.
It is ascertained that Mr. Burlingame was
assigned, by Speaker Pennington, to tbe Chair-
on.to weunair-
manthip of the Committee on Foreign Affairs,
out uvn geuiieuiau goneruueiy .ivumwu
his old friend Corwln should be substituted
his place. Mr; Burlingame will take the next
place to him on the committee. Mr. watn
burne, of Illinois, will probably be Chairman
of the Committee on Commeroe, and there
seems to be no doubt that Mr. Sherm an will
Chairman of the Committee of Ways
Means, and Mr. Grow Chairman of the Com
mittee on Territories. Beyond this nothing
definite is ascertained. A. J. Clemson, of Md.,
was to-day appointed Chief of the Agricultural
cureau eauaoiisneu unuer iu. uireot iuubuu-
tendenoe of the Secretary of the Interior.
was heretofore subordinate to the Commissioner
of Patents.
The Berald't correspondent says: "The
Haroer's Ferry Investigating Committee
again to-morrow, when Giddinga and Plumb
will again appear before them., Some addi
tional iaota nave ueen piaceu in pueswsiuu
the Committee ia regard to Giddinga
Plumb'a eonnection with the Harper' Parry
affair, and the Committee will examine
in relation to these points, Governor Robin
son, of Kansas, has been subpeenaod here
testify before the Committee. He arrived
day and will testify to-morrow. Offioial
from Mexico state that detachments
seamen and marines from the United States
thips-of-war Brooklyn and Saratoga, by
nf the Government, have been stationed
Tampico and Minitillan, for the protection
our Consulate, and eitisens during the threat
ened attack from Miramon.
WASHirawtr. February 7. The President
has recognized Ensign Francisco Fallow
Consol-General for the Republic of Uraguay
New York.
The Criminal Court has sentenced William
Boyd to fourteen years in the penitentiary
carrying away and stealing two negroes
the Diatriot. .
From New York.
tha
him
.bob
ton rep
char'
rotund
George
Cot
v
x..
of
Nbw York. February 7. The coroner's
jury in the Elm-street cue has found a
diet severely censuring lanaiorai ior
ing houses higher than nve atones, and
not providing tne necessary mean, oi
from the neper stories, in the event of
In conclusion, they requested the eorcner
transmit a copy of the verdict to tne uegiaia-
tare, now In session, asking for the enactment
of a law making it Incnmbent on landlords
provide for tne protection ox toe lives oi
ment home occupants.
'
Capture of a Slaver.
during
ill,
girl
was
Boston.
Matthews, from Calcutta, reports having
St Helena December 27. The bark Orion,
New York, Capt Morgan, had been eaptured
aa a slaver, by the British steamer Pluto,
delivered to the United Statea steamer
The Cantain waa imprisoned at Helena
order of the American Consul. The Orion
on board when she was eaptured 1,028
of whom 152 died before reaching St
Trial of Hazlett.
outrage
hay-
in
dinner,
vioes
CHABLisrowir. February 7. The trial
Haalett. the last of tha Harper's Ferry
spirators, commenced to-day. The
selected from Frederick County Were exhausted
before the panel waa completed. The
then adjourned to allow the Sheriff to
more talesmen. Messrs. Ureen and nous
tbe counsel for defense. .
From Richmond.
it is
. ,.
North
memo
rialised pray
ing of the Frederiokaburg and Potomac
vs. The Virginia Central nanroau
to the former, involving half a million of
,,. . ',.
Richmosd, Va., February 7. The Court
Appeal. to-day decided the long pending
From New Orleans.
-
as
,
(
while
r ft n.l
D1W UlblUB rOUIHATW ,-VVU A CUB,
kUled Dr. Harris, wm discharged b7 the
Jnry to-day.
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