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run v" gAiumwa,
rrioa-w. 14 win frpiMit.
IBM ?niT BBSS eeUvctwatosubsertbsn to
Cincinnati, Covington end Hewport, ui mt -
rounding ettieg end town, at th ex.
lire!? low price of) . ;?V J
six obots) A wbbi, fatabxb to cabbibs,
.!.., nioa or Kitttra .
glagl ooedea 04 1 month 40o,s I moathsfll I rMt Is.
Corner ot flUta nj yine-etmta.; jf
John A. Sillier, jr., lol Manaaar aau, Iiiaiee. .
Paioai or AsnismniDnea XXrel aa4 Farqaette,
aooenta; Oallety. Kowite. '
Doora open at ti, onrtetn rlie at IX o'elook.
rit Sight of Mr, CoiUn,"t
Tha eelebntel IrbhComedia and VooalliU
THIS EVENING), lVbruery M, will btareaentad
the lrieh dnun eatltlja . ,
HOEY O'tfORE, f ', II " l l'
lei, Mr. BmrlD j Aaioieen, WIID oog.miwi
i Kry O'MorejUth ong,llii Dwhamt
r 0 ttft,Uri. iTerttt... r. . ., 1
Tai Fsmca or Peiurti, ' "'
Borr O'Mfire. Mf. Collins ; De Welekln. Ur.'Xllelerj
D Lcr, Mr. Bved: Scnibi, Mr. Pliner; Oolosel
After whloh Mr. Oolllne will eloi
da, Ii Omtli Minn, ' " 1
eatalu John ttmlth, Mr. Hall ; Llmtenant Brawn,
Mr. Lod: Mvakear Belff, Mr. Advi Pow-ka.
nr. Kiuiet: n.'. a., ro n-ioi-ui, aua
Vannr Oenbam ; Poo-te-pei, Mlaa Annie wait ;
Wee-cka-ven-de, MUe Julia Irrlnf j Kroa.aa.oan.
be. Mrt.GllbeM, , . - ....
B. N. Pike, Proprietor 1 1. B. Oonway, Btac Di
rector t J. W. Herbnrt, Treuarer.
Friob or Adimio.-arqat Olrole. rannette
and Balcony, 60 centa ; Amphitheater, : oenta ;
Prlrate Boxee for eight perune, go. .. ....
box umca open rrom 10 a. si, nam i e, m., wnen
aeate cu ba eaenred.
Door open at 6 o'clock ; commence at JMj j 1 j
ra. JTalU Dean Hayne,
' And lartnUht of hfr. engagements fa.ytf
THIS IVKK1NO, february 18. will be presentee
BhMldan'a Knowlee'eeTer-popnlarplay ot
TEE HUHOHBACK. v , ,
Jnlta, Mre.'Jull Deaa Hajuot llalen. Mr. Con.
way ; Maeter Walter, Mr. Conway ; Blr Thomae
Cllflord, Mr. Hberidan ; Modaa, Mr. Chaplin ;
Jathom Mr, Dayldge Lord Ilaiel, Mr. 1 ddiion.
To conclude with Poole's famoo comedy, in two
, ) - BlhfPSON A CO. u V? " ')
Mr. Slmpaon, Mre. Jnlta Dean BaynA i Mr. Blmp-
on, Mr. DaTidge Mr, Bromley, Mr. Barrett;
loiter, Mr. Dennlaton I Mre. Bromley, Mil Proo.
tor) Mre. Fltnllen, mice Orooker; Madame La
Trarpe.Mrt.' Wllklnf. ,n a , T .,.
' On Monday ereatng will be aradnoea the thrUltni
drama of "The Sea of lee,1' .with entirely new
oenery, ireeeee, decoratloni, As., nerer equaled on
the American itage.
JeJAT I O NA1VT H EAT lie
(John Batai, Proprietor And Manager l W. B. Irwin,
AAt eutiooV tta'i-Doora open at 71' Curtain
riiee at paetT. precleely. - v
Paiouov ANtusioa.Drees Olrole and Paranette,
0 oenta; Family t vlt,li cent tOolored Boiee,M
Wente UUlery, IdoenUi rrlraUBozes, ao. ,
Mlaa Icy Escott, Mr. D. Miranda and
Mr. Ma'xwcU.'i :
THIS IVIMIKQ, Baturdiy, Feb. U, to eewmene
with opera, embrselna to Oxst, second and fourth
eats of V j ' "' .....
lady Leiore, Mlaa luoy Eeeotti Manrloo. Mr.S.
Miranoi : Count dl Lona, Mr. J. Maxwell Aan
ua. tfra. a Hanrl. r .
In thenonrieof the opera all tk orlRlnaV mnalo
will be nog by Mite tnoy Baeott, ateitud by a full
and fflcwnt ohorua. '.. .
Danci.. ,,Mlta Jenny Eight.
To be followed by the domestic irama of
PBESOMPTiy-E iVIDJENCE. . ,
' Duke Dorgau, Mr. Carter i Jennie, Mrs. Vanderea.
To oonelnde with ) ' " ". ' ' Z. ' ' "
TUB DUMBalBX OF GENOA. .
Count Corvenlo, Mr. Swift : Strappado, Mr. O Henri)
Juliette, h dumb girl of Genoa, Miae flight.
Monday, Mil Klmberly in the " Octoroon."
NOTIOIB. Tradesman and other are cautioned
against fornlehina any article for th theater With
out a written order, ligned by I he Manager, i-
TUB NBW MATlOMAIi HOTEL, adjoining the
Thnter. ia now ones for the receatlon of cueete.
Boom ean ba obtained, by the day Or week, and
HOME CONCERTS FOR THB
BK00UBA8KM1CNT OF HOUB TAIiBNT.
, , CONDUCTED BT
PROF.- F. W. RAUCH.
The flrgl of the rerlee of then lotereitlng Con
rta will be siren at Smith A Mlson'a Hall, on the
renbiganeedint 4I . ( , ., , ,t f ,
Washington's Birthday, .
Tebruary 31. Tha Progranraie, which will b put
ill codiiii oi a luuuiru. iu
llAhAd Ik & Taw dikVl.
mot popular National Song, and other popular mu-
lo of the day.
3 M) T H fc I X O N'SU Al Ij.
MIRROR OF ITALYe;
TWO 'EXrHBITIONS 'DAILT.' AT1 -
and 7i o'olock each evening (Taeeday erenlng
mt!8!mi cent.: or el for V. Ohlldrein 10 oen t.
BoeiB omo in the evening at tX o'clock. Mirror
movea at 7M o'olock precisely. Doors open in tne
aftomot. n at 2 o'clock ; commence at 9 o'elook. Te
Afternoon Exhibition Ladioi' Ticket U oenta;
Children oeent only.. . ,
Noiica.-Th Mirror will exhibit every evening
tbie week, eicept Tueeday, when the Hall la to b
t...hA 1 11.... lunnUllAn. 'tha Mirror
win. however, h ihovra Tueday afternoon al
o'olock, aa welkras every afiernoou this week, and
poaitiTely no loiTger. .. feliaw
MADAME LOLA MONTEZ
yf -"Will give her celebrated LKture ob " 3
"John Bull at Home,"
1 1 - .!,., ; j
On Baturdiy Evening, Febt 18.
Tickets 3 oento, to be hsd at the Ball. Doors
open at V bWok; to eommenee at $. telM
BUSINESS ! CARDS
Ai B. COLVILLE,
Beale jitwrerV -i;.
Mo. 41 Bast Seoond-etreet, between Byoamors i
SJeunter, Platibra, Cattle, Blir ine
lie Wugih eve.
BpJrng doe oa the ahorteet aoMoe.
J. r.VELEVEY, '
Har chart Tailor
J ylloa . FsDIj at rH-8TREET,' " :
delHf , . . UDSON BTJ1LPJBO.
B. KIT T RED Q E 1 & :.C.O
.ISA MAIB STBIBT. O3H01NSATI, A
si at. Charles street, Bew Orleans,
Iagertere efflsssft Ssrlta Atiarmtas,
P-lJAM9 DBALSM a FOWBBJU
H. OAIIPBELL ft CO-
ANUF ACTURERS OI BAR, BMB1
Plow Blabs, BaUroet tjrtket
Bte Also, ageats tor tne saw oi ArunwB oaaiBiia
warvsoome Be. .1 past pecqau ateee, we
BMT-ail BIB M anja miww "-y r
J.: - ." "
rUXANKVOT SINKS AJJD VA OLTS,
li vT M rtiilk street, between Viae and Pace,
miSi !f.get-. b?r."i,w
Sey favor him with their t wiuean t"'..
tuallty and taw aricee. . sepiy
BKGGtT SMITH, Wo. West th
A-M K0W EWBIVm ADDniORB
.th.it tan. esortmet of. Watches, . Jswshf,
' a in assortsaeat of Flated Tea Set "'iJJ'
... j.rreriiw! W'-rsi.i.? -.:X'y-?,"vr'w. n-.g-w.-..H.. . ... .... ...
zo-fni Mutton vis?)' xn.Muj u-jA':,p .;;v wV.v.vt; ,.tv rs in i. w... .....
. . '.1 I
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 18, i860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Street Railroad Routes.
'ChMmmW ifr 1 Railroad 1 5(-Cota.
imom otbm of fourth and Waloot, than
watt on Fourth., to Vine, nortV on Vina to
BatenUi, waat on SavenUi to fracman, north
on Fraaman to Ntatb.
t JJ6traj Tbenoaaatt on Rinth to Walnul,
and touth on Walnut to thaplao of baglnnlof.
Can ooimeot and ran from tha orner of Jfinth
to Waatorn-iow and back. Can run onUl
11:S0 P( M. Tallow ean, and ilgo of tha
I'JCUg hmtitgir Sail fad JBtoi. Commanoai
aorner Pourtb and Main, thanoa wast on Fourth
to John, north on John to Flndlay, west on
f ! Jl It. ..-Ik T. 4a
I r uiutaj w tnjuiuw, buiu vu vajuunw
I Bank, waiti on Bank to Patterson, north on
I Pattawin to tha Brighton Honta, on Wee tarn -
row. t ,i . ,' r", ...... . ' '.
-J?e(um'7. outh on TVaatarnHrow to Fifth,
aait ton Fifth to Main, and aouth on Main to
tha vla of beginning. ... Can ran until lt30
P. M. ! Tallow can, and sign of the ud
Amu Railroad SnU. Commanoei oor-
ner of Third and Lawrenoe," north on Law
nnoa to Fourth, wait on Fourth to Smithy
north on Smith to Fifth, wait on Fifth to
Hamilton and Dayton Depot K
ieiurnw. Thenca bask to Wood, aouth on
Wood to Third, and aait on Third to place of
beginning. Can ran until 11:80 F. M. White
oan, and alcn of the auni light, t M .T'i c
A BotmiM Ornioir of Oon Psbuo Mm.
Tha Atlanta fG,V Cmftdancv tut: "Our
pbbiio men nav degenerated into a norae oi
politioal nerehanta, and are ready to make
any traaa or Darter away any priuoipai ium
promises individual promotion. The Augean
tables must De oieaneot our aistemperea ooay
polltle ' probed; and nnnatural ezcresoeneee
breathing and breading distemper and miasm,
must suffer the penalty of the seething cautery.
Healthy granulations must spring up, new
blood-Teasels must be formed, and a repara
tion bad, that will give tone to onr national
dlKetlon,oon&decee to the wonderful mechan
ism, and form ana beauty to ueoonnterparu.
" A Csixb Bom w m Stow a Fmim to
Dbath. A youog woman In 'Armstrong
County, Penn., "loved not wisely," and fell a
saerlSoe to the wiles of the seducer. On one
of the most bitter eold days this winter, aha
left the bout at waian mi was employe ana
retiring a short distance in the open air, upon
the snow, (are birth to a living, neaitny enua
mi innw. ma ii nn in iniBv.uswikUT duuu i
aftar whleh aha returned ts tha houta aa If
nothing had occurred. The woman In whose
employ she was, notloing that all was not I
right, by marks found where the- child wae
lying upon the enow. The Infant wag carried
into the house, but was so badly frosen that it
died goon after. , i . i t j ( t y
' Smaioi or a Nmro Stbalib. Oliver Den
niiOD, ayoung man, and a native of Bssex,
Conn., has been sentenced to fifteen yean'
lmnrlsonment in the Alabama State Prison,
for stealing a negro woman in New Orleans
and trying to sell her in Mobile. -
I l-w- ' II I I I ,.
Bubtoi ' Family. William B. Burton left
three daughters, to whom his "Cyclopedia of
Wit" dedicated. By an early marriage he
had a son, now a oelebnted painter in Eng
land, of whose genius ho wag Justly proud., '
$ I and Sroamore.
R&Dtlat.-F hat Baptlat Oburoh, North side Court,
botweDMound and Cutter. i j , L .
High Street napuat vuurcn, a.a wi nam
Work f '
Ninth Street Baptlet Oburoh, South slda Hlnth,
between Vine and Baoe. ;. ' i - " 1'
Freeman Street Baptist Church, Freeman, near
Ibatof Fifth itroet. :
. . . 1 M ... . J.L U VWk .III. H.wlwn
, Tf Bill DU1UI UUUIIillt 1WI.U u.-..m-.
Baker Street Baptlat Church, (colored,) South Side
Burnet, between Walnut and Vine.
Third Street Baptiit Church, (colored South Sid
Third, between Race and tlin. i i
ChrUtlnn.-Flrt Cbrlitiaa Church, tiongwortit,
between Weitern Bow and John. . .
Jonreatlanl.-Fin.t Orthodox Congrega
tional Church, North aide Seventh, between Wieter
B8eoond Orthodox Congregational Oburoh, Bast Sid
Tine, between Eighth and Ninth. ,
between Third and Fonrth.
Ulaolpleaof UliHst.-Ohri.tlan Church, 8outh.
west cornel Walnut and Ilghth. , .
iiki.Hsii nnnn n.iTrn.niiWnunuiitiiauujuuusii
Ohriitiaa Chnrch, between I. P. and 14, Ifulton.
ChriiOan Churoh,(colored,) North tide Harrlaon.
Friende.-Flrit Frlende (Orthodox,) Fifth, be.
tween Weatern Bow and John.
First Friends (Hickelt,) Fifth, between Western
Bow and John. .,
dn of laraei, tiouthast oorner Sixth and Broad-
Holy Oongregatlon, Children of jesBurun, Loage,
HorcJngatio.1 onitd Brtbren. Bac. b.
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth. , : ,
Pollih Oongregatlon ot the K. K. AdAV. v- v,
corner Walnut and Fifth. , u
Shearith Israel, corner of Beventha id Waiaut.
niathodlat Kolecopal. laer OiMOiaBATi DiS
vatcTWeSlrXpel. Sorth ld Filth, betwMa
Sycamore and Broadway,
Ida Webeter, between Mala
Ninth Street Ohapel i now.oalled Trinity.
Asbury Chapel, South sldi
McKendri Chapel, (Beventeentn waraj rroni
!Libn.inimin. Morria Chanel.' Witt
tide HumMitreet. between Front and Oplumbla ,
Ohrletie Chapel, North aide Court, between Mound
"daSlti?it Ohapel. wert'eide if OarMtnet, be
tweeaiuhthHitree. and . Hamilton and Dayton
wrk tiMt Ghaoel. Bouth-west oorner. Park and
Longwortb. - . . . ,,,
and Linn. . ' ' 1 . 0.iv 'vl,, nm
Union unapei, norm eiuo h.,,", v.
MethoTtroteeta-t.--Flrit M.thrxilat Fret'.
"seoond fietnodlrt Proteetant Oburoh, Blmi be.
Fourtn rreeuywri.ii vuiuvm,
aad I joVilnd Clark
Booth west corner
Seventh PreebyteTfanureh, Weetdd Broadway,
etwun aPnnrth aVnd if lit ft. ''
Uentrai rreeoyieruHi um, v..--
n'thdPre.b?Uriaa Church. Cutter, bstwesu ain
ton and. BetU. D. .h.
r.raSK.TO-d; i tZZ Vta.d
BaCe. . m.k aantli.araiS aaraar
Thlra rreeorMrioa vw..
towt.b.ana John, i rt., .
latgntn rra.uTt.,i v.".-,
blnn and Baymlller. j , . '
X am unurcn, .
and Walnut. . ..
St. John's Ohureh, gouuast ooroar a m
a I Trinity tmuwn, eeiiHrrnw a. -.
- I Church of thsBedeiloB, Clin toa.UtwaenWiet.
I . Una id John. -v. - ' . "
ImJIiIm ufl tilhartv.
BoSi(!h".-.:v.l Bank atrees.
St. Peter's wtaeorai, oonui-w
!....." w.ri..n.mor between
Uj, jtucu ..m i ' . - -
' St Mlpbael'iWeetiloofMmoieek. -1..,
Holy Trinity, boatn uoeaaia,
jtarretho ataeuo. -4 Thirl
teenth. . - i. ... . a .-a iMn.,
Bt. raul'i, ooutn-eaei trorn.r am
iiiua and witc
Si' Vknrr... vh .Lu Pearl. setwMD FUeaad
Botier. . . . is
at. Toii wen ew. .-
Carisuu--lW rBltsriaa whB
corner Fourtn ao zf-.t . r,Mh.-
eadStxth. ' V-eaJ
JMOd Batveraauts waorea, wnwn
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. TRAINS ARRIVE.
Lima MUT.-HU ht Bxanea, A. Aoeom.
mixlittioa. j iu Aooommodttlan. t6 . M.S
JnuiMu jm- OlMOWKATl. UO A. IM
0 bio aai"aiiiaim.--: A. w. JMo A. , w Mil
OmonwATi. HAimMa Aim PiTTow.-WS a. . 11:M
A. n.i lfcMr..;:M ..;: r..
MiRiimA An OiHoiiniAn.-lliM a. a. AM . . J i
Bwoho A UoujiAroui. uuu a i:x(.a,
Littu MiAin.-DT txvnm, 10:00 a. w. Aooom
modatlon, 4:40 r. .l N Ight Ixpwai, 11:S0 f . w.
LlfDUKArOLM AXS J01ATU A. M. liU .
OuonaATi, BAawro abd Datw. eiOO a. h. M0
a.m.1 10:00 a. a.: t:r.aiJDJur.Jt.i iiwr.au ,
M ABirrrA Al 0iM0iaNATl.-:40 A. ; t:M r. u.
i.w a. : r. h.
BlOHWOMD AD IDIAAlLU.-.(
PEN AND SCISSORS.
hanged on the loth day ot Marco, next.
Tha Kirtrhliei of Liberia, one of the
wildest tribes of that quarter or too wona,
BaTeaboUahed.aiaTerj,,,.,, ... ,1yI
A Spaniard reeontly took potion in the
jail at Havana, after arowing himaelf to be the
mardarer of twenty-three paopia.: u ,
- Danial Gordon waf Doisonad, niair 8t
Joeeph, Mo., tha other, day, by swallowisg
laudanum for pangorw... ...
as- Itary WuntHrevohild eeren yean
old, was poisoned, ea Wednesday, In Htoknan,
ity., oy eaung Maronea." nr., mnu
-' aarSteTeni'i and'f .!Hajlett,''the .'tfarper!
Ferry Insurgents, hare been sentenced to be
j&Thetwo Lodges of the Sons of Malta
in Providenoe. B. I., have oeaied to be. The
otder seems fading out fast. r m N-c:-:
ar Qaneral Franco, a mulatto, has been
declared President of Eouador by General Css
tilla, who ia President of the turbulent Bute
of Peru. , ,
:'-About, the writer of the book on Rome
and the Pope, has been fighting a dual, and
was nightly soratonea oy we swora oi bis an'
tagoniit, . ,!.;,C( j -ft
s"The sold mine at Norwich, Conn., yields
as follows Der tun: sold. $13 67 silver, U 07:
nickel, $1 76 total, $20 0. , This produot
will make tha mine produble.' ' ' " ,3
. flBTTwo vouna- men who were taking rob'
Boriben for the Nit Amtriaan Oytlopadia in
Mississippi have been arrested nd are now
. - -
-M'lls Salome, a danseuie, was terribly
burnt while danoingat the Blokmond Theater,
Va., a few nights since, by , hsr skirt taking
fire at the footlights,
" r The total emigration from all foreign
countries into the United States, for the sear
ending December Jl, 1859, was 100,000, being
about ten per cent gain on 1818.
" 'pr The Eardford (Oonn ) IVmet statu
that aMriat favar la Brevalenl In that city,
then being two hundred sms now existing
there. " ' '. " '
flat Gov. Psoker of Pennsylvania, lately
wn I" T2.ZLZr rru.'':,.":".
Ji-gieaawii-. , , ;,.,-',-'
aaSP- An'oitlatnaf we l BBawaHsa two
qaestions at a timet "Hero, Biddy, my darllnt,
what' the time o night, and where's the per-1
. . - .... ..v.. 1.1
toty puddin' i k : At s eigut, sir. , t
A male Child was bort ihStandiifleld,
Mass., last wk, healthy and well-formed,
with a well-defined pair of toft,illky whiskers,
stretohlng from ear toear. t ' i h -
1 Miss Phoebe May. of Woodbury, Conn.,
was killed last week by falling down the cel
lar stain. She lay all night on the cellar
bottom, and strane to say, was so far recov
ered a to go about her ordinary work but
died befon nigbt.
i. Tub Cn-AaAOTin or Poa's Gsmcs. A recent
wn-itar ramarka oonoernlnff the famous bard's
genius: His proud Intellectual assumption oi
the supremacy of the Individual soul was out
an expression- ef its Imperious longings for Im
mortality and recoil from the haunting phan
tasms of death and annihilation; while the
theme of aB his mere imaginative writinge is,
as we have said, a love that survives the dis
nlntlon of the mortal body and oversweep
the gravoi ' Edge Pee'e dreams
were assuredly often presagetul and signifi
cant, and while he but dimiy apprenenaea
thrnnffh the hleher reason the .truths wmcn
thav foreahadowed. he riveted nubllo attention
Upon them Dy me strange laaoiaenouei bib
atwia. tha Una analvtioal Mm Dor of hi Intal-
. : 7 .tv .i i .ij. .
lect, ana, aoove an, oy u wra eiiioinivia v
his imagination, compelling men w reau ana
to accredit as pa$Mt trutht his most marvel
lous conceptions. '
' Thb NoaTHSBM MlRCHAII AXD IIS SOUTH
a CcsTOMsa. A Southern purchaser of "eou
.ntntlonal drv eocda" met a fitting rebuff from
a New Tork dealer whose prinolplss an sot
in the market. Tbe Southerner had stlected
aevaral thousand dollars' worth of goods, and
nturaed to the stcra the next morning to com
nlete hi purehaee. . Bayer, (after the usual
oivilitles.) "I believe I haven't taken your
civilities,) "1 believe I naven i tanen your
B00a. ,t. I have been thinking I ought to
..v won a few Questions before the bargain is
fully aouiJ I want to know. If you are a
Blaok Republioaa?,, , Sallsrvl believe we
have. no dolivend yew tneee goous jot, a
wlih In know If sou are m lavur ot m Biirew
Hon of this Union under any eiroumstanoss?
Bover "Tesi" (with emphasis.) Seller
"Tben, sir, you can't have these goods under
. tarn. 1 aV uaila rri
ny cirouniw-Miwo' mwvui '
buyer Immediately retired in pursuit of "eon-
.,i,.,i...u...,'i . "-
Cotvox w .Mi ' SAiowiOH ItAST. Some
of attention ha lately, been turned to cowon-
me ns in ice aanewica asibhub. wwi-
u ww jjg daring the past season in Its
'I aM a . VAF t V.mi..m.
ediy Seeome tne moat rwmBBareaius wvF ....
ean7he rl..doridi the, .mall' outlsy
nqulwd te nrodnce It. -,.,t, .., ,, ,.
.J , , I-...-, w
nuintinn at Wal-lu-k. Maul. Four sam
an noticed la the Honolulu Adrtrtinr,
consistlog, first, of the produce of. native
leed, which is a poor artlole, worth, perhaps,
six or seven cents per pound; eeoad, the pro-
dnaa of native and foreign seea mutea, wuiqb
U scaroelv superior to 4h above: third, the
nreflnaa of New Orleans seed, which Is a fair
r . .. i i ..... - -
grtloMi WOTUI a OOmt etevmi mm km yni
aad lastly, tbe produce ef Sea Island teed,
woimboJtthWrfive oenta per pound. The
last specimen resembiee tns naest sua, aaviog
a innw ana aaiinmier uurv. Ha, u
cultivated ea these Islands, would vodoubt-
edlv become the most nmnnerating crop that
a O IB Ia Ak mall ; AWtleVI
1 , I : . . n.l.t
'fleaAwslaiorDurt Pahs. EtalpB Eassl"
writes the folloeiB;to tie Kew Teik txmrmi
a tnnldant haCDened ott One of
Pari quay a day or two ago. ., A weUTdnseed
maa approaohed a erraewt o etU,or police-1
man, mI begged to be arroated.'The potto
- man asked the stranger st ouai-t-
I Jt nVll VTl"?iZ
I man to f move on. . AV neaTUy.iaoau niw
wa?nS-tof a? the mmsnt, and vrttheutfV
ww aaa. vwievi bb r- r
,t, Vila th. atraner atrack the leading horse
I a kiabt the head. ' The anlsiat staggered
t i tha tnnataT. en the eth
. The wheels of the vehicle pse4 eve
,h. tauuttt'i head, killing him instantly,
il auo., " " 'r". JT vTI,'. i
r S: rni.'f.ruh. oMe.tlo. to
ja j,. eaUSO Of N VStTlDle B aiSaBWT,
Pabiham Mstsod OF MAKAfllsd A lfw
PtAT Tag Isg Faikibi or Touso Dokas.
The Paris eorrespendsnt or in new vrieans
Aeeytme, writes of Dumas' fUs JM three
iriends are nions, miraut, mun v-
laage'and Hons. Chart Marebai.v' Moni.
Miraut is hh most trusted literary friend. He
tee eterythlsg M- Dumas writes, and if he
advises aghit its aectag the foot-lighU or
the printing-preis, it never lees foot-lights or
prinUng-press M. Dumas quietly bums it
and seta to work again without a murmer.
All ' or M. Uumat s pisees, ideas, piow, bit
laid before M. Miraut, and he is said to be one
of the meet competent judges and frankest eenJ
son an author could have. He is on the most
intimate footing of frlendjbip with the mana
ger of the Oymnase. M. Henri Delaage is
a man who "knows everybody" In Parts,
who holds a pen or exefolsos newspaper influ
ence, and consequently he possesses a good
deal of inflneaoe himself... He can hare one
"run down" br the eritios with fearful fero
city if he se pfeasesi and for praising men to
the skies, by ail the organs of publicity, there
is not his like to be found in the world. All
this influence ha bestows on M. Alex. Dumas
the youngeVa new works. Months before
the new piece sppears, he is beating the field,
starting paff after puff, whoso whirr attracts
attention and dinots It on the coming Work,
Mona. Charles Marohal Is the man of the first
performance: the ether two are in the parquat,
oheerlng and clapping with might and main,
so is he? bet In the between act. M. Marohal
i athaM atirrin ba enthusiasm; and
noting people who have' not applauded hotly
that they , may be exoleded wnea the next
first jerformenoe ia glyen, ,. '
Poi'i Powaa o OoisAftoK-4laTah
TT.Iaii WriiUman. in her "Memorials of Ed
gar A. Poe," aay Of bis converiatlom We
have htrd the veteran Lahdor (called by high
anthnrtrv tha haat talker In England 1 diacuU
with soethlog sarcasm the popular writers of
the day, convey hie peiittcu animoaiuea oy
lerce invectives ,on the 'pretentious ooxcomb
Albert,' and 'the caaning knave Napoleon,' or
detorlbe, in words of, strange depth and ten
derneas. the nenUs charm at loodnws and
the naive social graces in the beautiful mis
tress of, Son House, 'the most gorgeous iiaay
Bleaiintrton i Wi have heevrd the Howadji
talk of the gardens of Damascus till the air
seemed purpled aad perfemed with its rotes.
We have listened to the tronobant and TiTid
talk of the Autceratt .to the briUiantand ex-
haustlete eeUoquial resources of John Neal,
and Margaret Fuller. We- have heard the
racy talk of Orestes Brownsou in the old days
of his freedom and tower, have listened to tbe
serene I wisdom ofiAlcotW and treasured up
memorable sentences from the golden lips T
Emerson." Unlike the Conversational power
evinced by any of these was the earnest, opu
lent, unpremeditated speech of Kdgar Poe.
Like hie writings it presented a combination
of qualitiea rarely met with in the same per
son; a oooi, ueowiva juugiuwat, m wuuuy u
eonventional oourtesy and sieeere grace of
manner, and an imperious enthusiasm whloh
brought all beam witnin tne oiroie oi ms in-
fiueno. , '- -I i ..' . .i . . ;
Macadlat's WiLi-The will of Kacauley
was proved in the principal registry at the
Court of fro bat on tne tain oi January, oy
EUls. ef tbe Middle
Temnle. Urriter.(rd.r of Leeds, one of
the axMteM. mew bain reserved to Sir
I ahaj-lae f.dward Trevelvaa. Hi -O. Di. and
t'Lady : Hannah Moon Trevelyan, wife of Sir
Charles and sister of Lord Maeaulay,the other
exeeoton. The personalty waa awora under
80,000..; He hae left the following legacies:
To his brothers, the Rev. John Maoaalay, and
Charles Zachary Maoauly, each 5,000. To
his sister, Franoes Msosulay, 3,000. To his
ntDhews. Henrv end Joseph, son of hi
brother. Henrv ' William - Mceaulev. each
1,000. to his niece, Msrgant Jane, daughter
of Sir Ch tries Edward Tnvelven, ilu.UUU.
To his nephew, George Otho Trevelyan, and
niece, Alioe Harriet Trevelyan, the eon end
daughter or Sir Ubaries, xa,uuo eacn; ana to
hie executor. Thorns Flower Bills, 1,000,
and that he may make a selection from bis
library of one hundred volnmes of printed
books: the net or nis norary, wun on iunii
tun. and the residue of his personal estate,
together with his real estate, he leave to his
sister, Ltdy Hannsn more iroveiyan.
i . .. ..... ... .. .
PansiBia or JLailwats ix Fsaho. The
Pari correspondent of the London Timt
says, in a late letter: .The Government hae
decided on the execauon ny tne railway com
nanlea of the various line of which eonoes'
slona have been granted. The various branoh
lines in the Pyrenees are being surveyed, and
among i the first . to . bo completed are tne
branch from Bayonne to Pau and from Pau
te Baenene de Bieorre. - Una branch line
already completed and opened to the public
that from Mont de Marian to Tarbes. The
earthwork on the greater part, of the line
from Agew to Tarbes have been finished for
the last two years. Tne una xrom xouiouse
Bayonne will be vigcurouily attacked at the
cranio of the sDrins:. The Minister of Pub
lic Works has written to M. Mocquard, the
Bmneror's brlvate Beontary. informing nun
that the railway from Tarbes to Bagnsres
Blirorr is to be eommsneed as soon aa possible,
and oonunuea wiuout intempuoa uoui
Uoompleted. '. '.' ' - ,, '
Rsuaiiaili DisooviaT ii Tims. The
BnlUtU atVlittitutlfrptu states thst Mr.
Marietta lately found near a mummy dlscov-
nti at Tnebei
i ten gold bracelet for the legs,
I.. aiIia. livafial.t. fnvtnad of nearla. a wold
. 1 diadem ornamented with mosaics, a mirror
-i,, -0ij ornaments, a iaun of a king stand-
j jng iD boat with two dlvlnltie pouring water
ak I . . a a ai r I a e
i on mi niu man two oiruo mjiok -vmj uiw
gun of a boat in gold, containing ten silver
fliures ef gallon rowing', on one of a person
singing at the prow; a poinard' with a
scabbard, the blade being the finest specimen
of Ervntlen workmanship yst discovered,
a bate net, tne eiaoeor 'wnion is in goiu
I the handle ornamented with gold.
A Hdhab LoooxoTive. A Frenchman
invented what is celled a bar o trope, a son
hammB locomotive, by which a man sits
wheels, and walks hlntself along five mile
1 thirty-five minute on tne souievara xiaiarr,
0f Paris at Boon, when the street wa
orowdetL , At . another time tbe same
.. i . . , . i ,, . .,
i maa vnirteea. aiuei m uinej-ai& uibihi,
I theexercie being to easy that they offered
j tMp it up alternate hours, Aay after day,
thought they could, witnoutaimcuiiy.aveTBge
nrrr or bixit buih b ut. xm wi"
I about. It Is, that It beats the best turn -oat
iteee rrade, if
present a eompaet
PsoLtrio Taio ev Pat as. One day
Week, as three business men of Boston
ascending by a steam elevator to the,
loft ef one of. the five-story granite stores
far from State-street, to examine seme
aa referee, one remarked. "What would
come of my nine children ia eese ef an
. "It V" . ..i 'fv. .vt.
I iTka tknaa antlamari. It ennaara.
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have thirty shildrea bow Uvlng.. . , . v.
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- Dieewe fob Tbbasobis ii Robs The
tt a Vmih U. Biiat kaa aaft Bgarahodw
.a i aUT-V.- a.a.1 . etha teaa. arid
eeneaeeaaee la that th laldens of the
w .a.. lMtta. wer...tlrely turned.
. I Awanj rare Huac at wwew. ivuww
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NOON DISPATCHES. Washington News.
WAgnnorca. Februerw 17-The Committee
on the Printing Investigation sat several hours
this mornlsg, and eiammea jo an u. mves en
various matten connected" with the ' Cbesret
Wonai Owe. . He proved that the Senate) print
ing wa executed in hi office unaer an arrange
ment with Mr. Bowman, by which hereoeiyed
twe -thirds of the price paid by law for doing
the work of one-third, ana mr. uowrnen one-
third of hi profit of the job without inouBtag
any risk or nsponslbillty. ' ;
.. . It li under stood hen that the Pennsylwanla
delegate to the Charleston Convention, will
support 'the ; nomiiation of Breckenddgo,
iv,Ar.rk .thaw ara not wet annointed. ; Mr.
BIfflerwill kO ae on ot un Deaauiriu uw-
ffBtflB. ! ..:.! r .,...i - .. 1
- tf, . t ai. rr
ntv iobk. x auruai r nmm irma
Washlneton oorrespondenc gays: There wsa
a amell of sawder about the Capitol yesterday.
. . i . i i .f
A dltnculty ocourraoi oetwu vr. Aivoru, ia
Michigan, and Mr. Lszell, of South Carolina,
an officer of the House, whloh resulted in an
axchansra of hostile notes. Friends inter
tered. tbe note wern.. withdrawn, aid tie
affair settled. 'j;3;;
- Information ha been received from A re
liable source that the Juerei Government has
accepted the proposition- recently made to
them, by a responsible oompaay representing
several thousand Americans, accepting their
aid, and ceding to them large tended in serous
uirl uvmI of the Mexican States, i t '
Mr. Davis, of Maryland, is, on the first fa
vorable opportunity, to repiy to ( we , xesom
tions of the Maryland Legislature, denouno-
ins his vote for Pennington. . .. . .
' The Senate Committee on Territories has
befAra It territorial bills for the organtafctloe
of Nevada and Artsonia. The former will
nmbablv be rerorted at the next meeting;
Artsonia, it ia understood, will tot be reported
thiaaaaakn. -": 1 I-.' ' 1 ' )
Tha Senate has confirmed J. D. Crittenden
Register, and W. B. Moore Receiver of the
LendtOffioein Minnesota) S. M. Ayms, Reg
liter, and J. . Lanlaoe. Receiver, at Naehl
doches. Le i B. P. Andersen, Ualted States
AMornav for WaahlDeton Territorv. iti
' Lord Lyons hsd long interview to-day
with the Sseretarv of State, in Whloh he laid
the propositions cf the British Government
Bkaivtobd, C. W., Psbt nary 17. A fin
broke out this morning- in McLean's dry goods
store, on Calboro-atreet, exUndlog thence
east and west on Dotp sides or tne street, ana
up Market-street to Heatoa'g block, destroy.
H altogether twesty-three buildings.-. r ,
L.I .... - (V.. In.. I. Wnnarn. hnt
varioo.ly estimated at betwevn $100,000
and $200,000. Amount of Insurance,, not
Owing- to the intense ecu the engines wen
unable to do muoh lenrice. "
Arrival of the Kangaroo.
T.Atinflw. February i.L Nord savs that on
Monday oeurien left London and Paris with
identical instructions to the- representative
the two powen at Turin, directing them
make known to the Sardinian Cabinet that
the Oovernmsnt of Franoe ana isngiand see
no objection to the annexation of Central Italy
becoming aott oewmjiK.; ' ) "; v " ' -;
BcsTOi. February 17. George . S. Wllkins,
connsctsd with the Opera Troupe of Strakoech
k Ullman; disd this morning, alter a few aayr
h U. U. Tuekerman, of tne firm or vrmraey
A Co.; merohant of this city, died yesterday
afternoon. .. , ' ' '.' ' '
I i , ,aew-1 1
Connecticut Democratic State Convention.
Uew Ton. Februarv 17. Thomas Hi Sey
mour was nominated for Governor at tha Hart
ford Convention, and twelve delegates were
elected to Charleston, eleven of whom were
favorable to Douglas. ' . i""""
Haw Toar. Februarv 17. The great rack'
Inv match vesterdav between Devay and La
Mountain, for $500 a tide, was won by the
'.' A Fossios CotrsT Beroas til Polios Coom.
Th Baltimore Police Court we recently hon
ored with the presence of the Count Edward
Hermann Jurowila Ralletty, who was in
troduced by Officer King of th polio. ( TVte
Count is a man of about forty, elx feet 'high,
of a singular military air and manner, dreeee
in military style, with a blaok raglan, braided
on the sleeves and bftok, a double-breasted
frock coat, which he wean buttoned to the
neck; a pair cf light-blue pent, with double
strines of green material adown the svemi, and
strapped under bis boots, upon tb.e heels of
which appear a pair or sllver-rjated spurs.
His face, too, is very remerkabl' adorned as
it is with a mustache, beglnr,log under the
ab. ami .iMrAhlnw ever a mnrui nart nf aaAh
cheek, and a long goattee, Stick and heavy.
Mad. Duchlnolx charged him with obtaining
monev under false pietense. Madame said
she was induced to take the Corn! to her bouse
by sympathy-he reprasenting himself as an
exile, ana as a gentleman oi nome lamuy in
Moldavls, where he ha an estate which he it
nreventod from obtaining by an nncle. HI
. . . 1 , . t . .1 1A. - .
statement manvc u bbcviowi m we ine ware
in Eurone., under Garibaldi and in the Bun-
garlan. army, were to apparently truthful a
to gam crsaenoe pi wtoia xeuiiaBuu who aav
served were. - ,-. .
DgsrstATSi SioousTsa with a Mao boo.t-
Afew niahta aac Owen Hamilton, of Chester
County, Peon., waa erouseri by hi dog go in,
mad in tne roomv cocupisd by mmseii an
famllv.. Lighting; ts candle aa aulokly a nos-
slole, he saw tne avg coming towera diiuu.
te make battle. . it ot knowing in tne moment
of incitement what to do. be lumped noon the
bed; bet teeing tne danger of bis wiia and
ohlldren, end having no weapon. at hand to
kill him with, he, made en effort,, and sac
eeeded in catohknir htm baok ef the , heck.
After a desperate struggle for life er death, he
overpowered tha dog. Then osms the trouble
to dispatch Jtti m being almost overcome in
the struggle. . The. gun, wes brought, but it
wa unloaded; the axe, but both band wen
required to hold the dog. .. Finally a rope waa
nrocund, and the wife tiedhlm. . He was then
killed.. Hamilton,, fortunately, received no
injury; but one head was completely para
lysed for a time, from ,the effeots of , the
struggle.,. it -. ,! - rr u .- , , ir
CoUTsirioa siwesi a Lao aid a Roierii.
The store of Mr. William Ramsey, at Port
Murrav. Wamu Oonnty, N. J , wa broken
into reoently. A lad, in Mr. R.'s employ te.
tet ed tne burglar packing up toe gooas, ana
went towara nun. , r in iciiow. taenupon
threatened to shoot the boy if ha made any
further advanoe ia that direction, and met
with tha reolv that If he didn't clear out b
would shoot vml The brave boy then tamed
toward a desk in which was a revelvsr. When
the villain, who had got poesessiea of a gun
whloh he had loaded in the atore, fired at the
boy. the content ef which lit rraaed his arm
leaving the mark ef the powder en hia sleevef
WB boy qaicEiy raisea a wuuow, jumpco em
and gave the alarm, hut the murderous toous-
drel escaped before esslitouree esuld ( JtJ, had,
leaving ait ovova ueumu.
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