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tbb pibbt nunsb ddiTdtotbMdtM is
Uuetnnatl, Oovlngtoa and Hewport, iU ear.
toajidljif titles and towns, at the ex. ,.
1 J ' tremtly tow pries of .a.i U .'
Bl CI STB A Will, PATABLB TO OABJUBB,
i 'f . : j raicBot baiubo: ,' '? .
elagls sop Im M.) l ascot Oo.i t months fit I real Is.
e-'. l.'
WO OD'.S jTHB ATE II.
' ' J Ooiner of With nd TlnritmU. ' ' 1
John A.Wler, jY, lole MngM ud IrtiM.
Vtteu twkvuimiir-Dnm OlrotoMKIFtrtMtt!
Meenlti (Ullerr, JOOMitfc. .-. t
- Boon open t onrUia Tin ! 7X o'clock.
lonrlh DlgH of tlx otkbroM Irtik OondlB and
Tocllit, -Jm ;T
, i.-..-i, i ...; Mr.' Colllo.. v i ; r,'
TBI8 ITKNtNO, Tebrnsrr 1, tho pwformane
WUlcoancootf wiin loeooinear oaiiea .
BORN 10 GOOD LUCE. . ' I
PtadMn 0'BafTrtr, with tooa, Mr. Oolllni; Count
MIH, Mr. FUher( Ooaat Urafradt, Mr. Stool
: iJonDii Mollngar, Br. flllbart; Mint, Mlaa
. rnBf Denbm 1 i i
To be fbllowtd by tb laoghabla hroo oalltd
f HB HAPPY MAN.
Paddy Hurjbr, Mr.Collini. '
To conclude with
MIXLX, THE MAID -WITH THE MILK-
. v t ING-PAIL. i m. !;
BIHt. Miaa Tinny Ioham. , .'
mtr To-morrow,. Banaflt of Mr. COtMBS. i
P1J A11U11 ItLMJ M. MM MM M MT4 JM.
. . . ' . . . . . 1
John Batei. Probrietor and Hanacer t V. B. Irwin.
TreMorer. i
Altibatioi op TiaB.-Doort oven at T OBrtaia
rlau at H paat 7, prtclaely. -
Pairia or Abmimiok.-Dreae (Mrole and Partoette.
(Oeeottj Family IH tl,2 eenU : Colored Boxee, ti
eeota t Qallery, 10 oepta; PrlvaU Boiee, W - , -
u Mies 1TJ0T BBOOTT as LBcretla Borglaj Mr. S.
illKANDA as Oenriaro, and Mr. MAXWIU, as
XonAlfono, , , ,
- THIl BUNINQ, Tbaraday, leb, 16, the' enter
talnnunt will commsoce with the Opera of ....
. I .' LUCEBTlA BORSIA, t -
Itncretla Borgia (with all the original music), M us
Lucy Kacott ; Qeunaro, Mr. Miranda : Duke, Mr.
Henri I Dob Asoatolo,
o, Mr. ner-
Muwoll: Haffln. Mil. G.
Mr. Swift : Oloforno. Mr. dlevln : JeDDO.
nard : Aarenlo. Mr. Wilson; Prlnceee Negroni,
Mrs. Might.
Iance...,..... ...Mies Jenny Eight.
' To oouelnde with the nautioal drama entitled .
I . , ., . . 1HB PIRATE'S LEGACY j - '
Ob, Thb Wbsoksb's Tati.
Hat Brown, Mr. W. Carter; OeTell, Mr. Swift: Mike
Brace. Mr. Vanderen: Bob Short, Mr. Htght; Car
ney, Mr. Slevin; Pat Madigan, Mr. 0. Henri; Mili
tant, Mr. Barrett; Kate Bates, Mies A. Oraham;
i Mary Uadigan, Mrs. O.Henri. ;
To-morrow, Criday, Benefit of Mies Lucy leeott."
KOTIOB. Tradesman and others are eaatloned
againit tarnishing any artlolee tor th theater with
out a written order, eUroed by the Malinger.
TBI NKW NATIONAL llOTHL, adjoining the
Theater, is now oven for tho reception of guests.
Booms can be obtained by the day or week, and
meals fnrnlehed at all hours.
piKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
B. Hi Pike. Proprietor; F.B. Conway, Stage Di
rector J. P. Herbert, Treasurer.
' Psiobs or Admisiioh. Parquette Circle, Parqnette
and Balcony, AO oents; Ampbltheator, 21 cents
Prirate Boxes for eight poisons, frt...
. Box Office open from 10 A. M. until 4 P. M-, where
geota can be secured. . . ,
Doors open at eM o'clock t eommenos at 7Ji.
tut week of the distinguished actress '
' Mrs. Jolla Dean Hayne.
ft
IIBST HIQBT Of "HBNBT Till." .
THIS BVBNI58, Pebmary 16.' will be presented
4BHBT VIII.
Queen Katherine, Mrs. Julia Dean Heyne: Cardinal
Wolsey, Mr. ConwaA King Henry VIII, Mr.
Bherldan: Duke of Norfolk, Mr. Lanagan; Lord
Hand.. Mr. Darldge; Cardinal Oampelus, Mr.
' Temnleton; Cromwell, Mr. Obaplin; Anne Bolyn,
(her first appearance,) Mies Hunter; Lady Denny,
Mrs. Place; Patience, (with song of "Angels Brer
Light and Pair,") Miss Crocker. Lords. Ladles,
1 Btihp,Hoblemon, Guards. Boldlers, Priests, Bx
cutioners. Ao.
Toooncluds with the laughable farce sailed.
1US BATON SOV.
Mr. Dabitar, Mr. Davidge; Panny, Mlaa Prootor;
Sally, Mrs. Place.
A grand spectacular and thrilling Drama Is in act
Ire preparation, with new scenery dresses, effects,
Ac, and sustained by the ontiie strength of the
company, .
gHITH etc NIXON'S HALL.
ONI WBIK MOBB P08ITIVKLT TBI 1ABT
01 THB MA0N1PIUBNT
MIRROR OJr ITALY.
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILT, AT
and IH o'clock each erening (laesday evening
axcepted).
Tickets 25 cents, or six for $1. Children 10 oents.
Doors open in the evening at M o'clock. Mirror
mores at 7)i o'clock precisely. Doors open in the
afternoon at 2 o'clock; commence, at 3 o'clock.
Afternoon Exhibition Ladies' Tickets 15 cents;
Children S cents only.
. NoTiCE.-The Mirror will exhibit every srenlng
this week, except Tneedar, when the Hall is to
occupied by the Library Association, 'ihe Mirror
will, howerer. be shown Tueeday afternoon at
o'clock, as well as every afternoon this week, and
poiltlTely no longer. feliaw
1?I R8T GRAND SOIREE 07 THB
Central Danelngj Asaoclattoa,
AT MELODKON HALL,
I860,
a
On FRIDAY IVKS1N0, Pebru&ry 17,
x c r., . . OHABLE8 OOBBY; President,
Bobibt OoBsr, 'Vlco-Preeldent. fe!3e
BUSIIIES3 CARDS
A. B. COLVILLE,
al seal hYaaafaetareTs "
Wo. 41 Bast Second-street, between Bycamore
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of
Counter, Platform, Cattle, Satlre-asl Depot,
, sad Track Peoles) Traefcv
, ; ' : Area wagsss) cfcs).
. BepalrDf done on the shortest noMoe.
nol-sm
Be KIT TR EDGE ft CO
134 MAIH BTBBBT, OIKOlHflATI, 0.
: -' KITACDQE It- FOLtOMV
II St. Oharles gtreet, Hsw Orlsaai,
Importers fOaaeek Sporttagj Apparatne,
1 ... AID DBALBIS IB BOB POTTPEB. :
H. CttJIFBELL & CO.,
MAOTPACTURKRS Of BAB, BXBIT
and BMler Iron. Plow Blabs, Bellreet tylkes
Its. Also, Annts for the sals of lronton torn Halls.
; Wareroomi Bo. M Bast Beoond Btreet, OlvManat
QAllklB.mlgaautoerder' -
LBAN1R 07 SINES AND VAULTS,
Bo. o ISIxt -street, oetweea yms ana aaos,.u
rs
Clh etAIl nnlU. (llnnlanati.Dhlu
mar favor him with their satronage.csui relyee pui
tojJity and Uw prices. eapl-ey
'eraaswhe
ltloney! JTloney! raoney!
LOAN OFFICE,
. Kemoveal tresB M Weal Btath-straot.
MONEY to ANeFoN WATCHES, JEW
BLBT an! aU kinds of Merchandise, at
' rates of intern., at Ho. 171 vlne-wtreet, bMweea
, loqrth and f If A. tW
U. P. EL1AS
V.ATtiU& JEUELHV I101SB
16 T7et FoTarth Street:
i, : ... ..." 11 J
. Where oaa be kad every articls appartalnlss to
Bndnees at a aaaeti lews price), for CASH,
' kM sver before been offered la this market.
- OIVI U A CALL
Andgeeforyonsaelvas. " sjll
' BBOQS SMITH, No, West 4th
; i a ki now REOEivnra additions
A. their large asswi weat or weieaes, Mweupi
BvagwsmaadlOlsmeaea, , - .
sitae asaertsMat of Plate! tea sXs sad Ostktt
Sa4 Opera Olaasaa. , 1 . i
J. r.l'ELEVEYe :,V
norchart Tiulorj
., aolttf - ' ' MDION BTALWBO
-itriYfl m aim
1 Illl. I B I Ba . I M 1 II ..IB IBFB,'IBBm lEBi
Vr V-l.' Ii '. ; i I . h:dBi: (
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VOL. 1 NO. 154.
CINCINNATI, THURSDAY, MORNING, FEBRUARY. 16, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE.
TRAINS ARRIVE.
Iiimi MfeMf.-Hltht BxorMM, i:M i. .l Aoooa
modatton, 8:00 4. a. Acoommodatloa. t.lo r. a.;
Day fxynaa, &40 r. .
InDilMiroua ana OiowATi.-n:l5 a. t:M r.
Obio abb kusuarmX k. 4U: au UhU
r. Bt,
CixomiTi, Humroa abb Battob. T:U a. ,; ll;08
i A. a. U-.H r. g. T. .; b:oo f. .
SABIBRA ABB OlBOIBBATI. U: A. M. :M B .N
leaaoBa abb ububapoui. 12:60 a ;t t. a.
TRAINS DEPART.
tirriB MUMi.-Da txvnm, ItiOO A. . Aocom
modatlon, 4:40 P. M. Might Ii,raM, 11:80 p. a.
bDIABATOLIS ADD UlttOUXATI. :M A. a. 13:4ft P.
H.s7:l5f. M.
(ImA n H iMTMim.--y:M A. B.t 3:00 P. a.t 7:10 P. .
Omouimati, HAaiLToa abo Dattob.-:00 a. a.) 7:N
A. a.t 10:W A, a. s:tu r. a.. o:w r. m.i ii:w r. a. .
Mabibtta ahd 0soibiiaii.-40 a. a.) 1:40 p. a.
BioaaoBB abb 1diaafoi,h. :00 a. a.i 1:40 P. a.
PEN AND SCISSORS.
r BTb tnnakl ooct of thooltj coTwnmtni
ailB. frM C wl.it ' PAi1fa.mnt will tnA(
I BDOUt I fie 000 01 I01S moniB Bi U10.
I - - i 1.11..J Am. m.tA.4
Ujj Ail uprvaa J. miaou v. mvhi vuvv w
e's Peak, to be In time for the next fason's
Pll
emigration thither.
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be
3
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and
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9When vonr wife inanlree narUoalarlv
if von have cot the latch-key, it la a hint that
she intends to git np for you herself. ; 3
. -John T. Chester, an Irish printer, de
itroysd himself by laudanum, In New York,
onBaturday. s
i The DODtilatlon of Philadelphia is now
estimated to be about 060,000; an increase of
100,000 in the last ten years.
gr-The dtfferenoe between truth and eggs
is "Truth ernihed to earth will rite again," but
eggg won't f a, 4; , v" r
v 9A number of Hoe'i preeieg were eent
to Europe by the Oityof Mancliuter from wow
York last we. . , . , , .,
srA wrnin man namsd Eavananih died
on board the V. S. receiving ship Pmtuylvania
last Thursday ot a earouncie. : v V
. jbbT A curiosity Jmongor in New Tork stole
a boot the other day rromtne iooioi owpoens,
who was executed for tno mnraer oi nig wiis,
The Hudson River, this year, hag been
twice froien over 1U whole length an unu
sual eiroumitanoe..
f At a recent soirss at the White House,
President Buohanan gbook bands with ttvo
thousand persons.
' -A. rj. Strimbaok. of Msson Connty, Va.,
died on Monday last from an overdose of
morphine, taken by mistake.
sar-It ia said to bo fifty-three yean since
any accurate survey for a map of the State of
Connecticut nae oeen maue.
f The Virginians are going to build
railroad throneh Aooomao and Northampton
Counties to connect with tho Maryland East
ern Shore Road.
Over 3.000 children in Philadslphli
knocking; at the doors of the public
schools of that oity, and can't get In. Cause,
ao fund.' ,; .:. ,
-CommIssloner Memminger, who was
aent bv the State of South Carolina to Rioh-
moad to bring the VlrgSala. over to
disunion, nae gone noma in aespair.
, aThe wife of Elliha Holmes, of Holm
delTN. Y., goratohed one of her thumbs with
a nin a few days since, and died with the lock'
law from the effeots of it in less than forty-eight
noma.
e Sometime grace, in a ragged, unhewn
la Ilka a oold rln on a loDroui hand.
or a diamond let in iron, or a jewel in a swine's
snout. , .
JUT J. Ross Browne, anthor of "Yuief,"
special agent of the Treasury Department in
California, has been appointed, mastera mate
in the navy, lie goes to cmna in me cagtnaw,
ssa-The ease of the United States against
tha maaterv. owners and crew of tho yacht
rToMaW will oome np at the next term
the Distrkt Court at Boston.
9The Treasurer of the Pemberton Mill
Corporation has advertised the whole of their
property to bo sold in one lot, at Lawrence,
tno 2ii inih
"Petr McDouall, f Troy, N. Y., lately
attended evening service in the Sixth-street
Church, and had taken his seat, after having
spoken, wnen ne inaianuy expueo. -i j
fgf John Symondi wu arrested ia Salem,
Mass., last weex, ioi swuiog nog, swr vwra
he was tried, found guilty, and sentenced
four months in tno noose oi correction.
' ssTTha London PhwA aavs: "The Helios
nont was eroseed In love every time that Lean-
der swam over it to meet bis heroine of
Hero."
. -On Saturday afternoon, George
Shaw, a porter employed in the Market Bank,
New York, poisoned himself to death in
ante-room of the institution
rtr A witty fellow slipped down on
! navement While sitting, ho muttered,
"I have no desire to see the town burnt
down, but I sincerely wish tno streets were
laid in ashes."
STThe crew of the United States steam
frigate Mtsetenppt, when paid off at Charles
town, Mass., contributed tho sum of of
toward the fund for the purchase of Moant
Ternonf ... i-i i r (; ':,?)
. ' jETho merchants of Austin, Texas, have
' . . . i i . t. n 1. 1 .
agreed not to traao wun nepuonomu uiiruwe
no
merchants. , Their agresmsnt will Mt amount
to-oh,umeroh.nubnywher?th.yoan
I;
buy to the best advantage.
jEBTThsre is a middle-aged lady who takei
her sawinar. soes into the Maine House of Rep-
resentatlvM, seats herself in tbe arsa in front
nf the Sneaker, and indulges m soouiobsi
respoases to the speechM of the members,
cording to her caprice.
low
1
'
A aatAinnia Cowmon) bt a Mai aio
Win. One Alfred Conner, residing in Padu
cab, Ky., having slandered a married woman
WNStH. f WIWV MMtm m- w a - -
hided him severely. The fellow would
beaten her had persons not inteneno, out
again repeated the slander, causing her
to horsewhip him a seoond time,
compelling him to leave the towa.
AnBupTBB SototDi aid Mows. Andrew
ties
taaa
I
St.
to
,
Camel, a mulatto, attempted to tat his
tbroaV ID a nouse oi lu-iamw.at airauisi
Pens., on Saturday, and then Be commuted
saloide. - His wife, who is a white woman,
not vary dangerously nun.
Bst -
AiISDOTTSiotrs CfcsioTin. The late
tm v. Kimball, of Iorwich. hu left
than two thoosand sermons fully written
in a nlaln hand. He must have averaged
forty new sermons a year daring a pastorate
of half eoeatnry. r-. t
' A Ti t-Tinn iTBAKBa. The Grai
era hu keen peculiarly unfortunate. She
I her constructor, Brunei, and now her eeptala
ku ben arownsd. one au Droaea two w-
panies, and itlU ihi is unfit for sos-Mrvloe.
In Fbwitai. Snr Pasii. Pk Good
win hti tbig AoaoaDi of Pull In hit Uitory of
FrAnCtI ' i (':
Certain inUnrab of cenbl labor JolUn
paasod at a plaaiant plaoo on a Httlo Island of
iho Beino, belonging to a Ctallio tribo namod
tho Parlgli, and whloh bo dhtinguuhod u nil
"deMLaktlaf, jaita mora modem vlilton
denominato it uoir "doar . ana at ugnuai
PirU ." In tho dyg of OeMar, when IM fow
lahabltutiTaloronilyrttUUd tho legtotuof
hit Llenttnant Lablonni, It wu a mall rilUgo
of mnd-ooTorod but, eonnootod with tho main
land by two rode bridgei of wood. A range
or mug moiotoa tno marsnei vj wucn n
inmrandod in a ipaoUmi amphitheater, which
fonni tno ilto or tno ipionaia metropiu oi
Franoo. Commanding tho fruitful valleys of
.V- n l 1L. J .1. . Al.- ,1. ,m4
SOD DOiae, Sue mains), ion auv wiidj miv m&b
oooupanti were merehanti and boatmen, who
oonduoted tho trade of tho riven, and as early
as the reign ot Tiberius had formed a powerful
oorporation. - ' " '"'
During the revolts of the Bsgtuds la tho
third century, It aoouired an unbapcy celeb
rity as the stronghold worn wnicn uey nr
rassed tho peace of the surrounding region.
Subsequently, when tho advances of the Ger
mans drtrve the government from Treves, tho
emperors selected the town of the Pariill as a
mora secure posiuon. xaey dum a vaiawB
there, and aBlntrenohei camp for the soldleri;
and very gooa afterward several .of those
aqueducts and amphitheaters which wen In
separable aocompanimenU of Roman life. ' It
was in that palaoe, which the traveler still re
gards with curiosity in the molderlng remains
knows as tho Palais del Thermee, that Julien
found his favorite residence there that he
eonversed with Ml friend Sallust and his
physician Oilbasius of his aspirations for fu
ture Ominenoe there that he dlieusaed the
nature of dreams and tho deep oriental mys
teriesAnd then that he lung the praises of
theaun-god, the regulator of the; world, the
archetype of ideas, tho brilliant emanation
of an eternal and absolute deity.
Obh. tnnn At iroBTmB.MMA few vears
ago one of the most active and suooaaimlbuii-
... .i as -w-r s Iter m
neas men in the city of Hudson, N. Y., was
Leonard Wells. Every thing he touched turned
Into money.: He onoe made $10,000 in an hour,
by a purchase and sale of a piece . of real es
tate. Fifteen yean ago Mr. W. wag' worth
$70,000. Shortly after this luck turned against
him. tie lost I34,uuu oy ouying imok in too
Hudson and Berkshire Railroad. This was
followed by other , losses, caused by Indorse
ments. In leas than eighteen months Mr. W.
passed from affluence to extreme poverty from
being worth $70,000 to being worth not one
sent. Mr. W. is now tv. resident of Albany,
and earns a living for himself and family oy
peddling oandies, appiss ana aougnnnw. -
esB
of
on
to
a
W.
an
an
$58
. . . . i
OtrnAoaons Cxubxtt to Piiboxibji. An
investigation is now going on with reference
to alleged cruelty to prisoners in the Bast
Cambridge, Mass., House of Oorrectioi, in
which soma startling facta are developed. It
appean that Mr. Adams, tho keeper, wu in
tno naoit OI giving looa K) prisoners naiou wh
unfit for hogs; that the meat contained worms,
and wm so offensive that the matron could not
carry it to the cells; that the Inmates resorted
.r ... . . .L.U V.. a.
to the swui-oarrei to sausij tuoir uuuj,
that some of them wen forced to sleep on tho
ground-floor: (hat two froze their limbs for
want of sufficient heat, and they wen gagged
and plaoed la solitary confinement when they
ftmpiained. .
CArrrMxa Pish is a Faoiis Laki Large
numbers of catfish have bean taken this sea
son in Horloon Lake, Wisconsin.. Owing
tho freeiing of the Uke the fish sought the
only open spot a place when the people
tho vicinity an engaged onttlng loo. Hen
they oolleot so thick that the water is alive
with them. They are easily captured by
means of a common scoop-net. In this way
it is laid two thousand bushels of nsk wen
oaptundin one day. They an purohated by
tbe larmers at tweniy-ove cenvs a iuau, wno
feed them to their swine.
Wais BsxcHsa'a First Cohoiioatio.
a reoent lecture, the Rev. Henry Ward Beeoher
Save an account of his first year in the min
try, the first flock which he gathend, con
sisting only of nineteen poor women.
wu then not only pastor, but tho sexton
the ehnrch, filling and lighting the lamps,
which he wu oompelled to buy himself, kind
ling the fins f.i sweeping out the ehunh.
lie did not ring tno neu Because no uu none
to ring.. .. . ; . ; 1 - ,.
Expbksu or Tib Isdiai WAiv-The aggre
gate amount r ported by tno vcmmissienen
for expenses incurred in tho Indian war
Oregon and Washington Territories is over
$8,000,000, bnt tho third auditor of tho Trees-
' . , ft .in aaa 1 U-I
ury nu reauoea it h ju.vuo, . ui
of instructions adopted by the late House
Representatives.
Aa tTxpsBiBxaiD Navioatos Capt. Harri
son, who wai drowned by the eapeislng of
boat in tho Solent at Southampton, England,
wu one of the most suceenfal navigators
the age, having crossed the Atlantio safely
on Auiufred and smaw mnee. ubbbi com
manded the Acadia, ifrttannui, xftoerma, Amer
ica, Africa and Arabia. ... ... .
Ab . IapokTAMT RniiOB. The Baltimore
ibiriol say it "Wo hear it whispered in quarters
when they ought to know better if it had
been so, that ewer jusnee a auey oontempiawa
some time sines, resigning his seat on the
of the United States Supreme Court, and
Charls O'Oonner wu to be his successor.
' flnnBTBsv Tina vtr to Bab Fiaxcisco.
passengen who left New York on tho
December, 1859, In the Atlantic, connecting
elseo. - ''
ac
His
have
no
hus
band ud
was
Ret.
mon
out
SaH-
killed
Saviim Bahm is Riopi Tblaso. There
were in this State la November lut twenty
one institutions for savings, In whioh J1.J33
penons had deposited $7,705,771 48. The
rlanoalts during the VOU 1859
mora than 11.700.000 . showing a season
gnat prosperity among the industrial olusei.
A Oitbbb Misia. According to an exobange,
Uiar la a rioh miser llvine in one of the towns
of New York, who hu made arrangements
be burled la 'an adjacent last, as is ivyv
that he hu had out a stone ooSln, into which
ho is to be put when dead," carried to the
ter or the lake, ana wore sun a. ., ,
isim a Br, ras PauinnrT. These
pretend to knew Mr. Forney best, have. stated
thai hallaf that had the P resident riven
the position he so much desired, he
have beea a warm friend and ardent admirer
j of the Chief Magistrate at this time.
. aesaw- -
wwaawgn it Wslvss-A oouple of
ago, Mr Joseph MoCuUough, of Clearfield
County, Ohio, while driving a sleigh,
chased by wolves for several miles, and nearly
overcome, utaers eomiBg wsu Ky,u..i6.
woUwukflled."' : y- i .
! SB , ,.
Iatal Aooibbit oi tib las. Lewis Beatty,
son of I.H.Beatty, died at Derby, Maine,
last Saaday, Dts lajuries reoavea
skating. While ia the act of sdjusttog
ikates he was straek ia the head by those
Mauade, fraeiigltisilraUt " ' ;
PiBgOMiLCoiusionBtTWMir Coboibmmi.
Tho Waihlngton Star of a lato date gireg the
following aooonnt of tho difficulty i between
Megira. Edmnodton, of Virginia, and Hlok
man, of PenniylTania I Honrs. Edmundgon,
Keitt and Vloe-Pretldont Breckinridge, In
company with to other gentlemen, were
leaving the Capitol, and when about half
way down tho erenae way of the Capitol
groundg they met Mr. Hiokman, who wag ap
parently anMoompanicd. Mr. Kdmnndion
walked np to Mr. Hiokman, and tome wordi
patted between them in relation to a. late
gpeeoh of Mr. Hiokman'i, (apparently that
made on tho oooation of a late serenade,)
wbleh ended In Mr. Edmnndaon dealing a se
ver blow to Mr. Hickman upon the head,
knocking off his hat, and following up the as-
aaait bv some oats with a switch, at the same
I . . . t .1 W TT ! . . ....
time designating Mr. Hiokman as a "slan
derer and a ooward." Mr. Hiokman endeav
ored to slots with his antagonist, bnt further
hostilities were precluded by the interposition
of others,. Mr. Keitt taking Mr. Edmundion
from the ground, and Mr. Breckinridge per
forming a Tike offlos for Mr. Hiokman.
The New York IWouits says of the asianlt-
on. Henry A. Edmundion, of Vlr
ribla. who made the assault upon the Hon.
Mr. Hickman, at Washington, a few days
since, li a large, gross man, eoane In manners
Bna verson. ai is mm taa iu A.vrn, ioww,
be wag so dtograoefnlly intoxicated on the floor
of the House of Hepresentaursa mat no naa
to bo oarried out by his friends.
710118111 CoTjsTBarsmKO. -It has been
ascertained that from the 10th to tho 25th of
November last, between $200,000 and $300,000
in counterfeit notes of $50 and $100, on the
Bank of Philadelphia, were successfully put
into circulation In tho States of Illinois, Ohio,
Indiana. Tennessee. Mississippi, Alabama,
Louisiana and Missouri, being exchanged for
genuine money, mostly Missouri ourrenoy.
This is the lareest and most snooessful villany
of the kind on record, snd it must have been
ooaoooted and conaumated by quite a number
of . persons. Only one of tnem, named ua-
oorde, has yet been deteoted, and he is on trial
I .tilt T.n.!aa wttsaM attTnevwai a wAt mawinoi fna iha
at St. Louis, where efforts are making for the
detection of others of tho gang. Baoorde wu
taken in Canada after a laborious search.
to
,i .emaeajBi . i
" A SosirTuiAL TusffSAH. The following
telegraphic dispatch, from a ship-master just
arrived at New York, was received by his
wife in Nantucket, on Thursday evening of
last week :
. "II John, xii verso.1
Written out. the dispatch would read as
follows t
. -f Having many things to write to you, I
could not with paper and Ink; but I trust to
oome anto you and speak face to face, that our
joy may no run, -
A very gooa letter in cypher, ana oneepiy
traninuHea.
Gooo Errici or thb Jobs Bsowk Raid.
IhO Richmond (Va.) Dwpafea says: "The late
raid of old John Brown has so far opened tbe
eyes of the people of Virginia, as that the fol
lowing factories will soon be in operation: for
making on oiotn, shoes ana boots, fiats, caps,
Ac, ready-made clothing, straw bonnets, sew
ing macnineg, nuokets, tuoi, ciotnei pins, c,
willow-wan, furniture, brass castings, iron
outings, steam On engines, umbrellas and
parasols, stoves and grates, and other articles
less costly, bot equally as necessary to the
general comfort,"
MAOirjLAT'B PAaMTgr Maeanlay's father
wu the son of a Scottish Presbyterian minis.
tor. His mother was a schoolmistress at Bris
tol. Her maiden name wag Mills; she wu
the daughter of a Quaker, and being trained
under the can of the Misses More (Hannah
Mon and her listen) wu an accomplished and
instructed woman for her class. Thus, says an
English writer, by distant streams, the blood
of profoiiors In two of the most severe and
chastened sects in Europe, Covenanter and
Quaker, met in the veins of the wonderful boy,
of
.
in
Sfoiosoi'b Sttli op Pratbs. The follow
ing Is a specimen of this divine's style of
orison: "I stand hen to say to you ten thou
sand goals that unless you repent of your sins
and believe in tho Lord Jesus Christ (and I
don't know whether von can or not; my busi
ness is to tell you, and if yon can so believe
to do it,) yon will be damned, and I, from my
high seat in glory, when I tee you in torments,
will only strike a higher note at the vindica
tion of flod's juttlos." '. '
Ai Ekolisb PoLTOivisT A Mai Liviko
wttb Frvs Wivss. A London paper says in
a lato issnei A very curious trial for Polygamy
is likely to attract the attention oi tno gentle
men of the Ions robe at the next Lent Assises
for Sussex. A. man of no small consideration
in Brighton contracted marriage with fire dlf-
. . - . .. - ,
mrent lemaies, tnree oi wnom are sisters, mua
of with all of whom he has continued to oohabit
his
for nearly eight" years in town.v A disagree
ment on some points of precedence brought
this disgraceful affair to light. ;
of
not
Sympathy with Jobs Brows m St. Do
mioo. Bv news from Hayti.we learn that
the negroes there nearly eaual in the lnten
sity of their sympathy with John Brown the
fanatics of Now England. The papen went
in mourning on account of the "frighfful mar
tyrdom," and pitch into judge and jury, and
"the infamous ruffians of the Southern por
tion of tht Union, who tent John Brown, with
his coworkers, to an Ignominious death
New York Herald, 14th.
The
20th
ExacuTioi or A MtriDSEsa. John J. Bo wen
wu executed in the jail yard, at New Castle,
Del., on Friday, for the murder of John W.
Dowlln, in August last. The wrelohsd man
eonfeesod his guilt, bnt pro fee ted to have re
pented, lie iou aooui tnree icet, ana ana
at
atruSSle; tho twitching
in
AMAaonf WU
oi
to
cen
who
him
weeks
wu
;
,
wauw
his
eft
j
served. He hung about half an hour, when
.i i :-! J J J .. .
IB. pujaioiatiu iirviivwHm mia umu
i t . ' . 1 1 - saw
. Cluioal Bombast. The other Sunday,
eminent divine wu preaching upon the para
ble of Dives and Lasarus, and when be ar
rived at tho point whore, in great heat, Divea
lifted up his ryes and uked Abraham to allow
Luarus to oome to mm witn a urop oi water,
ha said. "To this anparesUy reasonable,
under the oircumstanees, totally Inadmissible
request, a negative answer wu returned.'
A Liiotit Lisa or Railioab. By
completion of the Mississippi Central Railroad
hut week, u we have said, wu finished
last link in the continuous line of road from
BansTor. Maine, to New Orleans. Then
included in this line eighteen different roads,
whose aggregate length is 2,394 miles, and
whose aggngate cost Is $92,784,084.
. PoroxAnoi op Nsw Biolaid. It Is osJ.
culated that the following will be about
population of the Hew angiana etates, at
census to be taken this year: Maine, 676,000;
New Hampshire, 424,000; Vermont, 827,000;
Massachusetts. 1 J38,000i Rhode Island, 117,-
000; Connections, 489,000. Total, 3,836,000.
Vsualttt op BaotjeiAK. There Is a
abroad that one day at a eonvertusteiie, Lord
Bionffham. wu talking learnedly about
Hindoo poem, written five hundred and three
yean B. 0., when suddenly, on some
nowtedge on tho philosophy of cooking a beef
steak. He is the mon versatile man abroad.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
NOON DISPATCHES.
LATER FROM EUROPE
ARRIVAL OF THE ARAGO.
Niw Yosk. February II. The steamer
irogo, from Ham and Southampton en the
17th ult, arrived hero this morning. Hot
news is anticipated.
count ca vonr observes to. too Barainien
EmbMsedors abroad that the Inhabitants of
Italy had accepted tho Congress with confi
dence, but important events followed which
eaused its adjournment.
Tho pamphlet, "Le pope et te congress," oi
which, without seeking Its authority, no one
oan contest the Importance of the letter of Na
poleon to tno rope, tno speeon oi tno tjusen
of England and the speech of Lord Palmer
ston in the House of Commons, are facts which
show the impossibility of the restoration of
ancient rule in Central Italy. It Is certain
that tho Congress will not bo assembled for
the present. Tbe government of Central
Italy being satisfied of their part, wished also
to satisfy those provinces bv proclaiming tbe
law of Sardinia, for political reasons, for the
present announcing these facts, favour eon
eludes by stating that hs will never fail in his
responsibility lor ins tranquility oi iturope
and the pacification of Italy.
Baron Pioasoli, In presenting flags to the
National Guard of Florence, said: We require
gnat prudence and largo forces to preserve
independenee. A great deal remains to be
done. The annexation of the provinces of
Italy to Piedmont Is necessary to guarantee
Italian nationality, the defense of which has
been a common duty. ' -
Tbe Prussian uantttt says that me govern
ment is on the point of acceding to tbe com
mercial tnaty between England and Franee.
A Belgian dispatch says it la asserted that
the arrangement between Franee and Surdlnie
respecting tbe cession of Savoy was agreed'
upon previous to the war of Italy, and wu to
be executed, in oaso Austria snouta entirely
evacuate Italy. It wu also agreed , that
Chablais and Fairqul should be ceded to
Bwltiorland.
From Buenos Ayres—Washington News.
Nsw Yobx. February 15. Detalll of the
terrlfio explosion upon tho Argentina trans-
ort, Umerai uulram, reacnea us m in
luenos AvTien papers of Deoember 10. The
totol loss la killed appears to exceed forty.
Tho Indian invaders or too norm naa oeen
driven back by General Fiona. . Rumors,
however, of fresh incursions from them wen
eumnt. . .
LoDei.the Parasuav lan mediator of tho resent
tnaty, had gone overland to Ascension.
The Htrald't Washington correspondence
gives a lilt of appointments by Colonel Forney,
including the following western names : uoun
M, Barclay, of the Indiana Journal, Clerk,
retained, $2,160; Herman Kriesman, of Illi
nois, clerk to enter petitions and papen in
committee-rooms, $1,800; R. J. Bonnctt, clerk
to take charge or books voted to memoors,
$1,800; S. C. Boynton, of Ohio, stationery
room, $1,800; W. Leoany, oi Minnesota,
clerk of journal petitions, ntained, $1,800;
Georgo H. Chapman, of Indiana, land offiee,
$1,800; Isaac Strohn, of Ohio, $1,800. :
Tho lima t wuningion correspondent says:
In the Senate Mr. Bayard reported a bill
remodel the Court of Claims. It provides for
five Jadges Instead of three. - Tho; judgment
of the Court is to bo final, unless the amount
involved be over $3,000. , The agreement
three Judges is to be necessary to the ren
dition of a judgment. Claims are to be paid
out of the general appropriation, or by
law for tbe satisfaction of private claims.
Should this bill fail to become a law, then
effort will be made to abolish the Court.
The Btrald'i Washington corn
aavi: The Attorney-uenerai nu given
ion to the Seoretary of the Treasury in favor
of the payment to Taylor Bra., or new xoit,
of the amount of Treasury notes whioh had
ss1.
been stolen from a former owner and trans
ferred to them after maturity, on the ground
that Treasury notes are not subjeot to equities
between previous parties, and that payment
should De mace to tno actual noiuora. .
Official dispatches from our Minister at Chili
aav that outrages are constantly perpetrated
on American oitiiens, and no efforts are made
by the Government to redress them. This
- .. ... . 1 , JIJB...1L , 1 .
matter, witn tne previous auuouitj, is uciora
the President, and ha will donbtleis takesuoh
aotlon as the importance ot tho subjeot
- '
The Committee on Agriculture have
Mr. Orow to report a Homestead
The new bill ooven all land subjeot to pre
emption, and extends the right to all who
bow settled as well as thoio who may hereafter
settle.
New York Items.
of
an
Nsw Yoax, February 15. The Times pub
lishes the text of the MoLane treaty, which
verifies the summary of its stipulation, pub
lished some time since.
A bloody affray occurred at Port Bwen,
Ulster County, on Saturday afternoon
Three young men, from Esapus, haying taken
a sail in an loe-poat, iMtenea tueir dobi
the dock at Port Bwen, and left her for awhile.
Three other young men took ber and sailed
about, when one ot toe nrst-namea party
named Rilssa returned and threatened
drive them out. One of the men stabbed
mortally. Rlsea's brother and his friend
oame to the scene and in the wuU whioh
lowed the latter wu rngnuuiiy wonnaea.
HiremRilsee then ihot one of the men,
started for Roundout, when he gave himself
np to the authorities. He wu badly
Tha other names an unknown.
On Saturday afternoon the graining mill
tho powder works or r ranx smiui,
Newbury, exploded, and aa smpwye, Lknsto
nhsr Zimmerman, wu killed.
A danierous counterfeit of the ten-dollar
sold piece wu discovered yesterday. In
aitarnallv it wu a standard coin, bat on
cut in two the cheat was made palpable.
pleoe had evidently been split edgewise,
carta filed aulte then, ana in place of
sterling gold apiece of white metal
between tbe asives ana romeitea.
Destructive Fire.
the
the
an
Nabtoii, Va., February 15. A destructive
fire has occurred at Elizabeth City. N.
forty houies wen burnt, involving great
to Messrs. Oalklns, Cobb, Pool, Wheeler,
others. Many families are without shelter
support. . The insurance is hut partial.
fire wu the work of. aa incendiary, and
excitement hu been caused by it.
Outward Bound.
tbe
tne
Nsw Yoit, February 15. The steamship
Asia sailed to-day for Liverpool with 40
and $440,000 ia specie. ' She took
New Orleau malls of the 10th, aad telegrams
of the 14th.- The C JfiAstter,
also sailed for Liverpool, took neither passen
gers or specie. ' '
1
Death of an Old Citizen.
a
hint
7 Bobtoi, February ' 15. Mr. Joseph
an aged retired merchant, while in the
of Representatives yesterday, listening to
debate on tho proposed Bethenaent law,
whioh ha felt much interest, suddenly fell
expired of appoplexy. The House at onoe
. . " , ;.
BATES OF ADVERTIBlJICf
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': AdverflMeaenta not exoesdlajt fire Hum (Arf&f f .-
lmm - n i rw- k - '. as AA .
Larger edvenseeaeats Inserted at th fcUovtnf TUl
kwi of ud udm or ! :
0a wdr 1 f3ODontk.M4'A,ttv
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- CINCINNATI.
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I food, low-nrlced Tamily Machine, have Intro
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Ihe Machine, the beauty and strength of stitch, being
ALIUS OH BOTH SIDKS, impossible to rayel, and
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economy of thread and adaptability to the thickest
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1
de
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sale by our agent, J. BBLLEUS, Oovlnston, By.
fdelUyl
HENRY DAVID,
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BBTWBKB SIXTH ADD 8BY1MTB, . ,
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Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy Goods
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w v than any other establishment in the oity or
will find It to their Interest to call and examine my
West, country and city,
will And It to their Intel
stock before purchasing elsewhere
THE PALMER
PUMP COMPANY,
HORNER OF MIAMI CANAL. AND
i J TH1BD-8TBBKT, Cincinnati, Ohio, are mann.
facturins largely. Painter's oelebratdH Bydraulla,
,
lut.
so
to
him
came
fol
i A . -t a T-T3"X7
and I X. ym JTJ:.&JEj X
Inglnea. All those who are about to purchase
PlflttPS for Taaaeries, Breweries, Distil
leries, Dry Dooks. Paper mills Hnllrend
Mtailons, Mines, Wreoklna Parsesss, or, In
fact, for any purpose where a pump is needed, will
Ind it to their advantage to call and sjos the work
ing of these valuable inventions, or address the
PALMIH PDMP OOMPANI for a eiranlar, which
will furnish the same, oi many wno nave uses
Pumpe witn periegt cainaoyon,
Tin-ware, Spouting, &o.
hurt.
of
near
1
fast
being
Tho
Doth
tho
placed
HO. W YIBB-STBXIT, HBAB IBOHT.5
; .,.,. , ,,.. CINCINNATI, - .", . .
NTEEPS ON HAND AND MANUFAC-
JIlL TUBES to order all varieties of Tia and Bbeet
Iron Ware, Public Lanteraa, and other artlolee in
bis line. Manufactures te order all varieties of Ma
tallk) BooSing, Tla, Copper and Sheet-Iron.
Lantern Class always ea hand. ... ,
Orders from a distance promptly attended to. '
A few Stoves on head to dispose of oheap for cash.
Stove-pipe lornienea ana putup at toon aonos.
1 1
C;
loss
and
or
The
groat
BADDLEi TRUNK AND HARNESS
..WMANUFACTORYrw
109 Mala-atTwet, three sleeve aave Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO 0R
DBB all k nds of Bores Trappings, In the beat
and moat sunetannai maanen Ano, a ism assort
ment of uorse Susans, n
Bags, Bridle Bits. Buffalo
ilo Bobes, Vol 1ms (tas reed
ika, Sponge, and a large as
tUenBe; I will seUaslew
D. I. CAMtlCX!
pu
sengera oat
whioh
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Hall
the
in
and
ad
joarntd. ment of Horse BUsksts, Whips, Carpet and Lestber
Bags. Bridie sis, masio aw
wis-leather), Mall Trunk
ortment bewUriMW
as the lowest. . . ..
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as tbe bastasa easapest aaeaas avoeiaow am, ras
nenos oi resra in tna civ
BaA ar ataaav AM ss ssw
rosed OAstsBSd seenrely wl tar-
merits tested by an suerienosof
aad noinlty, ApplU to Sat or i
K.lMlnn Ha aoldas used taatASN
Ant avianra to the, aetiott of the elenta. -
preyared sheets, kwxsd fot ahlpmsat to aay parte
iheCnitedBtateeLoan be applldTby any ons wii
Kdlury m&l fflVJfol
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J" M. 8CUDDER, M. D- Profbepot of Tht
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