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I NEW NATIONAL THEATER
i EXTRA ANNOUNCEMENT.
i BARRY' SULLIVAN, '
f WILIs MAK. niS FIRST APPEARANCE IN
A 'TltlS CITT,. - , .. r .
V rpvi. n . r. J.i.' uA oo 1o.Sa'
CAHPIN AL . KICITELIEU, "
Tn Bnlwer's Masfer-'play'of that title. Of thin Brent
rharacter, (m also of the matchless creations of
hakspeanO the Press and Public of New York, Boa
ton, Philadelphia, Washington- and Pittsburg, bava
unanimously pronounced him to be the
"Greatest Living Reprcaentatlve 1
nitrons or the im,ui and awemoan rum.
Of all tWaclort, Barry Sullivan-Is decidedly th
Most valuable acquisition to the modern stage.
London Times. i I i i
No actor on the modern atage la worthy of being
compared with aim. Liverpool nun.
compared with hlin.-JLIverpool Mull. , ,
UniiuestlWbrr tha flnest Trncedinn England , has
I; sent us for many years. I New ork "erain.
.in acsor oi rare power wiuwiujiumuj.-u.
t.ii.- . . 1 .. . ; it
The beat Ilamlet we hare evor soon.-Washlngton
fnlnn r ....
By much, very much, the greatest European Actor
that kna visited thiscountry foryecira. Boeton Sat
urday KvenlnjfHaette. ',,,
Mr. Buiir'an la mi aonrui greai. bsihhs.tl
"Fearful anS,wfo'nderfiii la his personation of " The
Ilia "Richard the Tlilru ' la a niagiunceui perioral-
Hia "Cardinal Blclielieu," last evening, we have
never seen rarpnsaeu. na was repenieuiy cniinu oui
to receive th pinndita of the audicnoe.-pittaimrg
.Initmal. Tdhnisrv 1A.
ilia representation of tha Cardinal, last nlaht, waa
far superior to any one we have evor soon. Pittsburg
Post, February 16. .
Richelieu was a tottrvelona performance. TltU
Our Iheator-goera pronounce him tho foremost Tra
gedlan of the day. Pittsburg True Press. 267
C0RNES SIXTH ft VINB TS., CINCINNATI.
Stage Manager.. ........
",' :," tJt0IICH TIMS CHANGED.
Door open at M o'clock; Farfbrmanoe eommenoas
at VA o'clock.
' miCKS OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Paruttte, M osnts) Family Circle,
S cents., j. r , ry
Great Attraction I
TIFTII AND LA8T WEEK 01"
Mr. & Mrs. ELLSLER.
J. Howard Rooaaa.
..mV....W. E. Harrison.
Bovcnyi night of the talrf spectacle of ' ; ; ,
Which will be presented In a stylo of elegance
splendowear surpassed in America, t,m , ,
MONDAT EVENING, February 26, will be
thegorgeoaaapeotacleof '. i 1 1 j ,.;.-.
Or, Thr Ntmpbs or thr RniNt.
l.rai.iNR, Queen of the Neted.,Mra. Errts Eixsi.ra.
Hohnapps, Bir Ruperts fquira...,.Mr. John Ei.lslrb.
Sir Rupert, anrnamed the Fearnaught....Mr. lollier.
Amphibeo, a Demon Monster Mr. Donnelly.
Caralline, a Musical Nuiiid Mlsa L. Maddcrn.
The perSbrmanea Will eommenca with the drama.
In two acta, founded on historical oveuts lu the life
Charles XII of Sweden, entitled , .
, , THE IRON KINO? " '
, '0h, Tub Sieiik or STRAisuvn. :
u.m tiroi-v Mr. Wlsler.
Endl".T..".....:..:. ..Mn. Klleler.
Charlea XII.---.....-.-..-.-.... Mr, Morteu.
De Mowett .. iv;-M.r' JJcWade.
I lrlc. Miss L. Maddern.
sreats mav be seeured kt the Bog Office from
o'clock A. M. until 4 o'clock P. M.
THE GREAT WESTERN MUSEUM
..Changed JIailtlS. ,
THE LOrisviLLE, stTEot'TS, BFFFATjO
f;lNClNAri niur.Ufll tojnniBr.o, maKiiiKoue
tt th. UkmI eollAi.linns of Curiosities on exhibition
in the United States both Natural and Artittcinl.
ia the determination of the Proprietors to make
one of the most pleasant and- Instructive plaoes
Amusement in tne city, ins veauiiiui an oi
Ulaes Blowing exhibited in tho Public Hall
the Museum every evening, five of charge. .
Admittance unly 25 cents to all parts of the Museum.
A. BAIXARD 6t Co., Prop'rs,
North-cast corner Third and Byoamore streets,
aa . .. . . , CINCINNATI,
The' Campbells Are Coming.
STAR TROUPE OP THE WORLD!
Smith & KixOn'B Hall Ont) Week,
liumsey & Vewcombe's
CAMPBELti J Mi jSTREI
Doable Troupe & Brass Band,
niA from' the .... tIMf Vthlonian Delineators.
Vocalists and Instruioentullste over concentrated
oue organization, , , ,
The Campbell Brass Band,
Consisting ef TEN TALENTED MUSICIANS,
play nightly in front of the Hall, oa the opening
Adiuliaion 30 cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; performance at 7X.
r ?.' A. CLARKE, Agent..
wanr-The Campbells will piny in Covington,
Fellows Hall, FiUIMK and BATUBUAi,
ITtin ano wsr m.
NATIONAL THEATER. Melpomeno, the
mnso, almost forgotten, so long is it
her lieairtlful garments, alio sat upon the
throne in this city, has Issued her flat, aud during
wock will rolgn at the National. Bhe will
sentod in the person of Mr, Barry. Suliivnn, a
who, after having been aitknowledgei
New york'pseea ty lie ''the beat, actor England
sent us for many years," and oreatort a furore In
delphla, now comes here to mooive tho verdict
tha metropolis of the West. He piakes last
poarunce to-night lu the character of "Richelieu."
WOOD'S THEATER.Vrhe '"Naiad Quocu,"
week, 'at this cosy eetablleuiuont drew very
houses, and haa thus far, proved a jliiancinl
MrsEtHe EUsler represents the love-wildered
revertgeful "I.irrllne'wl.leli is'of itsolf a
of success, while thasceiiory,. dresses, tableaux,
form a spectacle worthy to be seen by all the
of amuseiisula bf this klml.' It will be
this evening n eoniieotfon wltU tlto Uif ilUug
of "The tron'KliJt, irTho Biege ef Strul.nnd.'i
THE CAMPBELLS. Runisey 4 Newoombe's
of Ethiopian Minstrels, under tho above
epen Smith Nixon' Hull this evening. There
some fine voices aud excellent musicians among
troupe,4 -wS predict for tbeua.'nll (lie success
T1IK WT.STERN MUSEUM. This plane,
th, uuiagewient of A. Ballard ft Co., bids fair
wnww m. i v.iuii. i-eui nurria, weu suuvu
many year, to the habitue, of Mamma's
New York as somlo vocalist of considerable
IstheCardfortheeomlngweek. i' ',
asaed cempafcyl attar feaflag turned tint
l aJ I null am... - U.VI..L..I.
lit nMDli of Ht. Loulf. veut t MaVfcker'r
Opera House, in thla city, on th Ueh lust.-two
weeks from til-4y.
M I MM KI1PMI kt tt
of thiaitr. will uiake hcrde
the ooiuing week. Tha people of that city
MIHH KOPHiM WERWKR, a gifted little
nui 111 Lou
to of that
er for one i
and an .tnaVsTl raeomui.nd hKth t1T,lf.rklu
sidenitlou. ' ' i
lu her a reuiyhable performer for one of liar
THR DOVrrRT el the Ifnlveraallat Chilvch.
Friday, the 4th of March. Brnmlsee to Is. a Una
WW te weu'wuderjl
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Vsi i W . . .V CINCINNATI. MOTTO AY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1859. Price, One Cent ,
Amusements This Evening.
Vrw i ATfON AT. THEATr.B-STramore Mreet,
between Third and Fenrth "Oiirdlnal BIrliellen."'
W1MJP n l llftAl r,n VfUrncr oiAiii enu i mv
neen." "The iron nina."
88TEHH JlUoBlJl uomor inira ana
Departure of Trains.
ClKriKATT, Hawilto! A t)XTO A.' at .. :
A. St., 4:30 P. M0 P.,M., Hamilton Accoinmo-
CtNciNMATt Ht. T.nria-:00 A. M.i 4:16 1. M. 10i50
1'. HI., HOUlnVllie r,piOTH.
IitniANAroi.ia A Claris" A. M.i JUS F. M. 8!00
P. M., (hirao und Terre iiauto wigni r.JDrej.
Tjitti.r M iami 9:00 A. M., 4:15 P. M., 11:30 P. M.
Cixoinnati, Mahiitta APARaraaauaoH From aat
rront-pireei iwpoi e:do a. :m i , i .
Cincinnati. Wii.miiiton 4 .AsaeviLLl Krom Eaat
rrontjtrert Depot- A. M.,4:U 1'. M.
CfNriKNTI, Bichmokd IxDlAKAPoua -:00 A. M.
4..10 P. M
ANnaRs'oN, Koanio A I, onANsroaT From Cincinnati,
Hamilton A Dayton Depot-:00 A. M.
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' The uocess of tho Ericsson Calorio
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room, is fully .established, and we con
gratulate our thousands of readers that
I jn introducing in tho West this -wonderful
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iHw onrl fc, nnn nnrl nil an
invitation to witness the working of our
I engino, at any timo after ten o'clockv at
night. '. '
Singular as it may seem, tho expense
of running this engino is only ono cent
and a half por hour,
Encouraging Over One Thousand Sub
scribers to the "Dally Press" In One
Day 1 ' i -7
On Saturday lost, subscriptions to the
"Daily Press" wero received as follows
From Munrle, Ind
Terro Haute, ind.
London , ....
The number of persona who called
tho offico and loft their names as sub-'
scribers, with subscriptions roooiveu
the carriers of Cincinnati, Covington
Newport, all on Saturday, is thrco hun
dred and ten, making a grand total ot
thousand and thirty-four subscribers to
"Daily Tress," on the 26th day of Febru
ary, 1859 !
The above towns offer to quadruple
their numbers this woek. ",' ..t
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Divorced. In our law report, this morn
ing, will be found the dooision of Judge Dick
son, in the Duhmo divorce case, which has
the attention of the Court for noarlv
two weeks. This case has excited much
osUy, and has been ended by allowing
AND Duhme an alimony an J a djvorco
Shooting Avfair. At the Kosciusko Saloon,
on Front street, below Mill, Saturday
about nine o'clock, a row octmrrcd between
men, named respectively David Berkley
James Roy, which resulted in wounding Berk
ley in th leg. He is not dangerously injured,
although, "hi hurt, will not heal for a consider
able length of time. Roy, very much alarmed,
fled, and has not since been heard of.
; . -i-.-r
Singular Drowning. A little boy
Charles Barrett, whose parent; reside
'three miles bolow the city, whila playing
and drowned. Too boay was rocoverea
browed snce, Ia
tee, by the
about 'an' hour and .taken to- ils ho me,,
was in ' the neighborhood whore tho
:. fecT"Passing along Fourth street, yesterday,
between Walnut and Main, wo law a party
boys turn down Bank Alley, ono of whom,
little follow not more than twelve years of
was so drunk as to be almost unablo to
He was quite well dressed, and we could
resist the thought that In his drunkennost
had a lecture on temperance which was
Jf Prof. 0. M. Mitttholl, of this city,
tho. third )oturo,of his course, at
Rutgers street church, n Saturday
The subject wu ''An examination of the
tronomical Illustrations and Allusions found
the Bible." ' The Professor has boen
successful .during his visit' to tho East, this
tho 'second course, we believe, he has
in New. York City. ,. ' .
Boy Skriouply 3TABBKU.Wbila ft litti
was flying bis kite on tho corner of Ninth
Sycamore, Saturday morning, another
named Jacob 'BresUng, camx up and broke
string. The' owner of th Jiito expressed
indignation, as was potural, when the
threatened 'to kel'hin, aud. lie at length
wliloti exasporated tho little follow to
an extent ith, b drew his 'pockeHmife
slabbed Brosljng twioej pnoa in the side
again io pae shoulder. , Thei wounds are
but not dangerous.
I - I III I T" h
j Pbison, Jail ANPHWH'afc Io.
Prlsuo, at th elose of the week thcro
hnder I lb prisnrs,X53 uf tbenj, femalo,) against
to bei I p,, provbu's week.' ' During th1 'past
iur , ,1 1 , i
Museum In 1 pauu. ..8.
merit, I In the County Jail there war 7 lunatics
".; ' I females' ' t 64 broad krfO.'watar 13 on
, , m.i uiioo . . ..i.nft
iwide of I rli?' -"7.1 1 1; H7,1 ?,
Tkut.. I ttltt TirAVlOllI W66sVe
ThMtar I the previoul Week.'
i thom'meroiat Hospital 24 person,
I admitted during th
'''SYt 0 Uall pOf 'ln th P8t
admitted during th week 80-diehargedt
died, James Con ley and Jacob Meyers,
tienUwer andor treatment, agaiiyuL,
aAtavlAtil'araak' ''je' - o g';!. -l'ilijln
At tn present tlm but a persons are
Refusal of a New Trial to Jas. Burns—
Sentence of Death Passed on the Prisoner.
Shortly after the opening' of th Criminal
branch of the Common Tlcai Court, Od Satur
day, Jamea Burns, who a short time linoe had
been oonrloted' of murder In the first dagreoj
for killing Michaol Burko, was brought' up.
Th Caurt-room wu filled' with spectators,
anxious to learn the fate of tho prisoner, In
whose behalf the closing argument upon a mo
tion for a new trial had to be preseate'd.' It
was made by his counsel, George P. O'Donnell,
occupying about an hour.
J dge Cartor, after rovle irg the grounds
unon which tho motion was presented. Was of I
' , ' , , . I
opinion that there was nothing suggested
which It appeared1 to the Court ought to hae
any Influence In inducing it to interfere with
tho verdict of the jury. He then asked Burns
if he had any thing to say why the sentence of
the law should Dot be passed. ,, s , )? . ,
The Prisoner Nothing, except that I would
thank your Honor to give me a long day.
Judgo Cartor Your application, then, shall
induce me to ohange the time, and give you a
later day than I had at first doslgned.
Prisoner Long lifo to your HonofJ 7 A
Judge Carter thon procoeded in a solemn man
nor to pass sentonoe of execution ordering
the prisoner to be confined in the Jail of Ham
ilton County until Friday, May 27, 1859, and
then, betweon the hours of eleven o'olock in
the morning and three o'clock In the after
noon, to be hangod by the neck until he was
I dead, and might God have mercy upon his soul
Burns, at tho conclusion, remarked, on tak
K "Let yon all pray for me.
The following prisoners were also sentenced :
John Graham, burglary, secn years in tho
J Catharine Harris, grand larceny, ono year in
I the Ponitentiary.
William Bowman, passing counterfeitmoney,
four years in tho Ponitontiary and threeyoars
additional term of imprisonment, for having in
possession oountorfoit money.
BKNTRiCK OF lMFRtHOItMKHT FOR LIFB 0! COOK
AMD 8KITF.B. , .
In the afternoon, Charles Cook and William
Better were brought into Court. '
Judge Matthews addressed the Court for up
ward Of two hours, in supporting a motion for
a new trial in the ease of Charles Cook.
Mr. Logan made a lengthened argument
at I moving for a new trial in behalf of Better.
' The general grounds taken were that tne ver
dicts Were against the evidence, and that there
was error in the oharire of the Court. - Both
arguments were, very able. . .,
, Judge Cartor raviewod the gronnds presented
by the counsel, and "remarked that the jury
were the proper judges as to tho facts; if there
were any error in point' of law, the Supreme
Court could revise it. The motions for new
trials should be overruled.
The prisoners, In answer to tho Interroga
tories of the Court, said they had no remarks
to make. 1 2.! I Ov.'i ,' ;; .
Sentence of imprisonment in the Penitentiary
for life was then passed on saoli defendant.
Exception were filed.
Tlrcisinv m the C.vsa or Diihhr vs. Di iiMr
ri'BAt or Dr.cams roa Divoncx Alimony Gra!t.ri.
Judge Dickson proceeded to decide this rase oh
Mrs. Duhme and her attorneys were present.
Mr. Duhme waa not present, bnt Waa represented
In disposing of the rilAo Judge Dickson remarked
that the petition for nlvorce and alimony was
on tho ground of extreme cruelty and gross neglect
rintv! aud tha defense wss a ffencml denial of
charge. The parties were murried in this citV,on
10th of February, 1817; until .lannatri Uvs. thev
together. Mr,. D. then leavlnit her husband:
cam in a short time again together, and continued
so until May 21, When she finally left him,
on the same month brought this action. At the
of the marrlago sack of the parties had an ample
the wife brought to her husband ?7,21s
money, and a real estate In which ,he had a life
(remainder to her children) yielding a net
of $2,000 per annum. Mr. D, possessed a much
fortune. The partlea were of different nationalities,
but of equal respectability and s icial condition.
The current testimony ot the witnesses was to
effect, that Mr. Duhme waa a person of correct
deportment, of a quiet and pcaoeahle disposition,
of a reserved and taciturn habit of mind; that
rinhmA. nrtnr to her marrlaue. waa a iovons.
amiable girl; that subsequent to ber laarriiige
amiability continued, hut overcast with a dark
of melancholy and sadness, Such chart "tore attribu
ted to each, sec Died to forblo the Idea tltaMl
De actora in auon a sun aa mis,
ffroiinns relleO nnon tn S'
might be considered under a three. fold division.
was said, in the first plaoe, that Mr. D. practiced
her an undiia eoonomy; and tha evldenco
wiiiueupptiiv m. cniirge whs pjincipniiy me
that he sold his house on Fourth atreut and
to roomslD 'nremises known as "Duhme a hulldlue.
nn tliam-.,!. .M. ..f Thlrri .Im.I Wwnnn M.in
Walnv.t. Mrs. D. did not complain of going
reu'Aining in, these promises; oh the cpntrnry,
ftequcntiy expressed ner satisfaction With them:
though, It anting as an umpire unotqueeiiuu oi
the Court mit hi tie inclined to speculate on me
of twrsonsnl somucn wealtn livinff
tenements, they conceived the satisfactiou she
pressed with them, precluded her from alleging
matter as a ground oi oivorce.
Secondly, It Is ailegea that In his general
mml he was ooiil. harsh and unfaellilff. The
mony shows estrangement and aUesatlofiat an
period alter marriage; mat tne respondent not
ahstjkliied from all manifestation of coniuaul
tlon, but treated hta wife as if aho were astrauger.
In the expressive lanauaga of one of the
thev lived as if thev wanted to lie introduced to
other. This was a completedesorlptlon of thelrmodo
ot lite miring me six mnnms preceiung ineir
senjkratinn. For tarns months. whilO. restliiUtf
wife, vet was neversoail in onhversatlou with
sat at his table in silence, or read his evening
u tu comnah)
iv her side, turning hia hack on her: nbured
children, but spoke not to their mother; slept
ueu witn ner, and know hor not. ror two
rireeeding the. final aeparatlun, ha abstltined from
uaat the table she and hur All llrSuMe a one.
perhal appoara to be oils oug, dark night,
firnnuse or no nay, it was sometimes iiiverBiiieu.
lis n&rt. bv nositlve Bel., in anmn of which hia
gunge was uosoribed us violent and abusive.
there waa another side of the picture, showing
ciimstancas in cittnettton of thin eondiu:t. The
mony clenrVy shows that at an early period after
marriag'j there waa on tha pa rt of.MTa. ll. a nxen
aettlc., ..bmi... a, l,lltTnnnr.e tolilm. and that
nunifested lls.df only in silence; that whou
peax to mm It was pleasantly, ana mere wan no
attested ease ill any Impropriety qi oonuuci
nnrt to 1,1,,,. li. 1,,. ,..,l.luunil Inillil'erencA.
the testimony developed that this aversion was
by his ill-treatment, the case would lie different
wnat It !! h.,t tl,a lloiirt e.,i,ld not ascertain
it waa so caused, or whether the ill-treat nisnt
result of this aversun. There waa nothing
testimony toexnlain this. Making all due
for thia harsh language, harsh usage, which waa
ealcuWtoa to win waning affection, it waa
In the etronanr-vanael so thus treat the weaker
tlienpiuiou of the Court, the evidence makes
that Mr. Duhme was gniltr. though under
eirciiniaukncMaf k.PHl, anil unfeeling treatment.
. Thirillv. It ialallM.,,1 Km .U IhuIoUS W i tllOUt
dationof hia wife, and that this jealousy
Itsell In Indignities toward her, ail' I In the
of his suspicions toothers, which might
any pe.tiie lounilation l eaiumiiy ami i
utilrcaseu tl nor, Iinwevei
entary amger than of lixer
Itsell In Indignities toward her.and In the
in is" calumny aadsliMi'lsr,
.il t., hr. hnwever. were
those nf momentary anger than of Used feeling;
Kmiavka niaiju to others were niple during the
of separation, when, owing to the roapondeut
of mind, sumo allowance wus to lie made.
"las but proper here, V"haps, to refer to an
I. i . k. I, wl. rl.la...., -h.,nlil he SfMrarried
tenust'lng cln unntani-e in considering his i
it is thia i thai she, diirlns the separatlou,
,.nl.A iiu..nl. ol.-Lu mini .leettinn. , Thai
thought it autiroly unjust that this should be
In extenuation oi V" cennncia arai v s
Lu.i .na.liiu lia. and n niut orA-asien In
u - anTrli,il eii-.-le. and at anothnr at a
lecture. On usltlier Otoaslou could she well
herself, because they occurred at her oiiarniiig-nouse;
and lutrown slater and relatives were mere.
tlHtIw, tlw public nil ml was excited on tills
w.iJ . J.,i,er of eiirioait, with ainis
pblhMopuieal apesulatlon ,witl) tls-rs. Tliere
: nothing in hoi noudiivUu, this fesaoct that
ti i '- ft--
LiiHllllI ft- ! iit l!.
1 -S, I ' .'I .'S A I " H'l In
delraet In the slightest degreo from her character aa
The ronrlnnlon la that Ihero wa, on the part of Mr.
gimee; that there wu at tllnea Jealollr, and that btHh
of tlice ocenrred ander therlrcnmatanoeareftrreil to.
Did theae.conntltiite a fnnndation for aeparatlon?
TMil lh. AMatllitrA nlMm. nmeltV or ' ffrtMH
nealect of duty And here it waa proper lo aovei i io
whut had been pre-aert oil tne uonri wiin rr !
nd eloAnenrethnt hl. hiw ahollld lie Interpreted
mnnllv Imrettim. It .hnuld mtttg evevr effort to Ooll-
atnie the law an na to find the exiatenre of the statu
to nr canaea alleand In the petition. It waa wild there
were three parties here-the Hlate, the plaintiff, and
the drfendnnt-and that It waa hia duty to look to the
In a spirit of liberality, which, In effect, meant that
If tho Court waa antlsned the partlea could not live
interest of the State. He recoarnlrod the proposition
as to the parties, nnt In his opinion the State took
care lo prolecc lieeii, provtning eairenio cmroj '
itroduclna. as a tlilrd provision, that. If the parties
mid nut lira hanntlv toai'ther. tlier were to I
Wm. 8coM, In 2d lliutsnnl's Kcoleslastlrsl Reports.
.110, Evens vs. Swift, In which the remark occura that
'on'thls point the Court read a passage from 8lr
"hnmanltv la the second effort of Courts, but un
doubtedly he first la jnstlce.") 1 . I
The Court did not think this statute should lie con
strued In a spirit of improper liberality, nor in a spirit
of undue severit:!mt, ae (n the case of otherstatntcs,
the effort should be to ascertain the Intention of the
Iicgislstnrensexpress..d in It.nndwheu that waadis
coveted, fearleHrtJy to carry It into execution. Has
thetw been extreme cruelly f The law hsa dcntied
wnat inis general term means i? says mere w
rsoual violence, or the reetonahls apprehension of
tout neither of these occur In this case.
It, or a systematic course of ill-treatment, affecting
the health and etidanimrlna the Ufa of the party
Inst whom it Is dlreitted. It Is not difficult to seo
Is this a ease of itcsm nealect of duty r This Is a
general term, addreaaiag itself to the sound discre
tion of the Court.
The superlative degree is empjoyitd in exprssslng
both these gronnds of divorce. On neither ground
could alimony he allowed unless In the case of di
vorce. But when there la a separation In conse
quence of Ill-treatment In pert, wnether,the wife be
maintained by him or not, there la a cuse fur alimony
alone. Our statute draws a distinction .not found
No case or extreme ornelty, or gross negiort or uiiiy,
la made out here, bat thero la a case of ill-treatment
in the modified and subdued form of that expression,
end lease, therefore, for .n award of alimony. The
Court did not think It a proper case to be harsh to
air. Duhme. They would allow to herthe real estate
she possessed at the time of the marriage, also Sl.ntHi
In money, and wonld Impose on the respondent the
MviMnl of the nnata. The eiiatodv of the oldest
child would be given to the father that of the
voungeet to the mother, with mutual acoess. The
object of the Court was to bring the parties together.
There whs no reason why they should live apart.
Mr. Lincoln Sock exception to the ruling of the
Court. , . .
.tuilgo Tilrten remarked, that after a critical inves
tigation Into tha relations ot the parlies, lie leitsuus
ned It was a case that ilid not admit of a hope of re.
conciliation, and he asked that the decree rufusing a
divorce should be without prejudice.
SadOccurrrncb. As Old Laby Inhtastlt
Killkd A lady named Miss if wo mistake
not Fannie Hale, aged about seventy years,
and well known in the city for a long time, on
account of her eecentrioities, was killed yestor
day afternoon on the C. H. A Dayton Railroad,
near Ernst's Station. She was walking on the
track near that place, and when the train was
distant more than a quarter of a mile, stepped
off. The attention of the engineer was drawn
toward something else until they approaehed
within a few yards of hor, when she, appa
rently, attoutptcd to cross the track. ' The en
gine was immediately reversed, but it was too
late ; the locomotive struck her, tearing off the
scalp, and btlierwiso mangling her in a shock
ing manner. , The body was taken on the train,
which bad been sent up the road for a load
gravel, and brought to the depot, where Coro
ner Carey held an inquest, which resulted
rendering a verdiot of death from carelessness
on tho part of deceased. No blame could
attached to any of the employeos of the Com
pany r the Coroner being satisfied that they had
done everything In their power to prevent this
most unfortunate acoldent.
pS"K man named Markis Doblngbolt; wss
arrested yesterday afternoon and lodged in
Hammond street Station House, having been
charged with obtaining goods under false pre
tenses.' ' It appears he had been In the habit
visiting th different elothing establishments
in the city, representing himsolf as a tailor,
taking out large bundles of coats, pants,
which, instead of making up, he sold. Forty
or fifty dollars worth of these unmade garments
were In Ms possession at the time of his arrest.
He will be examined this morning before Judge
nln o'clook, 111 bridge one of Moseley's
H. .-! 1. . .1. I.l.wu
ent over lay lor s vrcus,s bum, msutun
cui u.o. j ,
Newport, fell, while the wagon Of Mf. George
Clutter, of that eity, was passing over it. :
of th horses were drowned r but by the
of a gentloman who happened to b la th
lrrity at th time of the accident, two
were saved. Mr. Clutter was somewhat Injured
by the fall, but not seriously. The cause of
accident was the washing away of the
monts by the high water. 11 ' i
jgp-The elothing store of Isaa 0. Garrison,
at Chovlot, was burglariously ontered on
day night last, and three overcoats, a lot
pants,' eoats, vests, and out garments,
therefrom. The articles were valued at seventy
to lhV dollars.' ' ' '!-' i .
e - .
Sir Noticb of Mechanics' Exchanor.
meeting of the various' meohanlos of. thlg
la nroDosed kt the "American Patent
Rooms," Carlisle's Building, corner of
and Walnut-streots, to-morrow evening.
Vti.i.nir a Bridor. Saturday morning, about
.... ... .
Toe Opposition Con vention of Kentucky,
at Louisville on Tuesday, have nominatco
Joshua F. Bell, for-Uovernor; Alfred Allon,
Lieut.. Governor. J nine Jiarlan, lor Attorney
General; Thomas 6, Page, for Auditor of
lio InstrucUon, (re-nommaiea)( .uun jj.
Registrar of Land Office; W.F.
- . . . ... t . . : ,
for Superintcndenlor ruuiio jnsiruouou,
Hanard, for President Board of Internal
(re-nominated J; Dority .White,
Treasurer. ' In the Addr6BS,hieh wa
by Judge Nichols, the Convention stated
objections to the Demooratlo party, vis I
1. It Bf HtgeiiHairy a Xitsunion rtV.-
2. It Is a Disorganliing, DesUuotlve
. Tl la a Dnuhle-faood rartj having
vpeot for the North and another fdrthe
. 4. It is a party with no common policy
fixed principles. y'f V wf.
5. It is a Sectional rariy.
It i Corrupt Party.- - r ....
7. It is an Extravagant, Wasteful Party.
We eonrratulate the oounti v. says tho
ville Journal,''on the result of the deliberations
of the convention. It has sueoeasiuuy
what has been deemed by many an Impractica
ble problem. It has presented a platform
whloh all honest loyal opponea. of the
can rally. Let them '0 rally, and
overthrow of that corrupt p'ttytU oertain.
Th Tennessee Op.ioeitlra National
meets on the tU-M'.rcb. ' - i. i
The large private library of th lata
Hunt, Es.., wa brought "andttth'
x nB Mondav last, at Bangs' auction
New York. Th natalogue showed 3,292
many of which consisted of. several
They were all of a miscellaneous eharactenr.
Two men employed on a coWfuotion
on the Central Ohio H. R.. lost their lives
Bwnesvillo, on Monda last, by a naah
oocaaloasd by a rook of several ir
hay log fallen oa the tracks . ,,'n'.,..,.u,
,s,ti;l :)iiui.j f.m ..iiurf.
I ,1 . . ,s
0)lq -,H I i. j- t It . It. 1: vv -il.',
XO VELiT Y I
33 H- XJ 33 INT '
NEW PATENT .
THE ONLY ONE NOW MADK
SEWS WITH A DOIBIE THREAD,
Which can In a moment be changed
to a Hlngle One.
TKICE, $35 AND' 110.
The IV. Y. Sewing machine
In offering this Machine to the public in competition
with so ma other machines, say, in perfect confi
dence, that they are fully satisfied It is the very lieat
Double-Thread Machine now manufactured, for the
following reasons : ,
It is single and double-thread combined ; and, as
many kinda of work require only a aingla thread,
there will be a corresponding saving of cotton.
It makes a firm, elastic stitch,whieh will not ravel,
though every third stitch is ait. . ' '
The feed, (which la a very important matter in a
sewing machine,) Is adjust Ible, and can be so ar
ranged as to sew on the finest fabric, and then run up
to any required thickness, with but slight alteration
of the tension of the thread.
The Intermediate pressure placed In front of the
feed, to hold the cloth while the former goes bark,
a happy discovery, entirely "sw, and insures a positive
stitch ; at the same time. It supports and conse
qiiantly prevents the breaking of needles, which la
great point gained, as most other machines are ren
dered very expensive by the frequent breaking
them, so much so, that their ecouotny has been ques
Honed. . r - -
This machines makes a more beautiful stitch and
approximates nearer to a shuttle-stitch than any
other now made, and on cloth can scarcely be distin
guished from it.
This machine la operated by a Melt, and can
raised up to adjust the under spool and looper with
out removing the belt, and sews with the machine
thus raised the same aa when in Its proper place,
which la a great conveuienoe in threading and spooling
the under looper.
The thread-tightener ou this machine ia ao ar
ranged that the spool Is placed on a triangular spin
dle secnrely, the spindle turning on centers with
spool ; and after you have the proper tension it does
not require to lie changed until tho thread Is entirely
runoff the spool. ';,.
, It sews from two ordinary spools, thus avoiding
trouble of winding. It runs silk, linen threads
common spool cotton with equal facility, and la
simple in its construction and ao arranged that
jeung girl of ten yeara could operate it.
The Sales-rooms are No. 7, under the Burnet House
on THIRD STREET, where the Machines will
exhibited with pleasure to any one wno may call.
..u'. i ... ,, . .t
1 Flrst-The name of this Company Is the
Insurance Cnmpany,and Is located at
W. 6. COLEMAN,
Sole Agent for the Western and South-western States.
aW Postofflce Box IfX.
MORTON sk TRUE, Agents,
Apollo Building, corner Fifth and Walnut streets.
HV AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF OHIO.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
. ... .uviv-.i tidt rvalTHANCK
r- ' oi 1 1 ie , i, , v . . . - - --- - - ----
PAN Y, in the City of New York, on the 31st day
i,!ihe. isjw. made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursu-
I .u. ........ .r l,u Utala. antttled. "At HCt
ant to the statute oi mat otaio, "" i
regulate insurance uompanir. uu. iwu-
k. utata.nf tlhlo ." naaaed Anrll 8. ldi.
Wall street, corner of New street, lu the
Connty ana mnre oi new tor.
Second-The amount of its capital stock is Two
urea i imuiwiiii i.,... .
Third The amount of its capital stock paid up
cash is Two Hundred ThousanU Ooliars.
Fnurth-Tho assoU of the Company are as fol
lstCaah on hand and in bank
2n asu lu tne nauns oi ageuu.......
3d The Company own no real estate............
4th-The amount of Bonds owned by the
Company and secured by first mort-
Sages on roul estute In the cltlea ot
lew York, aud Brooklvn, Long
v.i....i itn ininrMt at. the rata of
seven per cent, per annum, is ......2W,9S0
5th The Company have nodebta aecuroa uy
... JU".r?ff!;. . d . loan.
secured by stocks.... ;; -J'
7th Debts for premiums ou pollclee Issued.
Sth-The other securities consist of Interest
money accrued to December 31, IBM 2,029
Total assets of the Company...;.....'... -1242,733
Klfth-The Company have no Uabllltles due or
Hue to oanaa auu uuor
Blxth No losses ubusted and due. .
Meventh-Nn lossea adjusted and not dne.
... . . . . ...uj ,i.,.,l uln,atul at Si.leQ
Ninth-Losses in suspense awaiting further
Tenth-The other claims against the Company
for S3,J1 so, on which tho Company do
-.1 1. .I..I- Itul.llltV
Eleventh-The greatest amount Insured in any
risk is Jl2,isjo. , . .
a. i.l ni.. ... t ..iiiikI Inanred in anv
city, town or village, depends upon Its
ration, uesc.npiion oi ieioiiu,"
r il......l.t.. Heua
Itjr f-Jill'IKItieilSSIM, aaaw. .
Thlrteenth-The amount Insured in auy one
1 j ....i. n il.n aruivu eircunistanrea.
hnt no agent is authorised to take more
.ri,iMI III any one ri.a. , . .
rourteciith-No part of the capital ereariiiiigs
Company are deposited In any other Slate
Firteculh-Tho Charter ol the Company la
to the Statement filed In January, 1HAS,
i haa not been altered or amended in auy
State of New York,
Mason Thompson, President, and Martin L.
...... ..V imi,.. r(t-a inaumttce
iH'ng severally sworn, depose and say, that the
going is a true, lllll auu wii ia.i aaw,..uM. "
lairs Ol saill toiunan..
v 1 ,1 1 1 VI
i iuTnn.ii ai AHfiN THOMPHON. President.
1 loiSned . MARTIN L. OHO WELL,
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 14th
'mk&r' THOS. Ii.-THORNELIi,
(Vmiiiilasloner for the Bute of Ohio in New
2S9 ' ' "
SNOWDON & OTTE,
at.; Wert Fourth street
srvwrsa main anb WAixur.) '
I .i..: . CURTAINS,
srEiNG mattresses; bedding.
AO.. ftC. AO.
.Tahle and Floor Oil-Clothi.
SHADES OF ALL KINDS A
Made to order tn Dwellings, Store, Churches
lt.'a mechanics'1 Exchange.
Me. hanh-e of this city who are favorable to
tablishmentoT a atecnanics atciisnsa, are
to meet in the rooaaa of the Auerlenu
Houth-weat corner aoiinn pun """
TUKSDAY, (March let, le,)at THRKt,
P. at., to discuss and act upon tha sulowt;
ii nai n',
Hi li I
(Two " . .
BATES OF ADVERTISING.
a . p n r - -
Advertisements not tuwlli Br line (Agtte)
Im tnwrl ion....... ... , ..,. a-. i Ji
DllC iWOnth. W. m oiwuHiAiWUmH IN
1 large asIvertUsMiirnv. Itwrtrd at m Mtoaxla
rates, for square of ten Hum or Imi ..
Km ta dlitlonal .ncrt.oo....
. .. .a..saas.a.ss ....ee.Ssj.fwsne-aas eea.ee. phw
"WAKT8." "r6R "AI K." "TO I.r.T." "T,OST."
FOUND." Ac. In this column, ocniarlng three lios
or less, two Insertions, twenty -live cvnta.
WANTT.I) fllRL. A good girt to do
housework. Beferencea rouuirod. Knqnlra '
at "Daily Press" nffloe. .
ANTED AND FOR HIRE Two
Book-keepers and three clerks, with No. 1
lerenenai one Carpenter, one f'arriaav4lrlver, orm
Porter in store, several Farm Hands, 4. I a Lady
capable of teaching the piano, harp and guitar; a
Lady to teach the primary Kngtish branches; also, a
inry w sew una ao cnanioer-wora in prrvKie lamny.
Apply at the lieneral Agency Office, No. 38 Western
Row, A. D. CA RW IN, Proprietor. JK
WANTED GIRL--From lOtTls" year
of age, to take rare of a child. Apply at No.
371 Oeorga street, first house heliiw Linn St. yt
WANTED A Lady of experience wishes
a situation aa Teacher In 11KAWINO AND
PAINTINU, or ENflLIHII BHANCHK8. H. A.
CLARK, Southampton, Mass.
Mr ANTED BOOK-KEEPER One ex-
w v perionred In a Dally Newspaper Office). Ad-
dress Box Puatoffire. .
V ANTED PAPER-BOX MAKERS.
V w Apple up stairs, over M East Tlilrd street.
WANTED As KURSH One who un
derstands how to take care of chlldrea. Aim
ply at s KASt Hixth street.
YA'NTED-AToung Man boarding in
w J. a nrlvata famllr. and occupying a pleasant
front room, would like a ROOM MATE. The loca
tion Is central. Apply at aoutii-west corner Walnut
and Oano st-eets. la
WANTED To" Bell and Buy SCHOL
ARSHIPS in Gundry's, Bacnn'aand Smith'
Commercial Colleges, flood for free course of In- '
strnction In Double Entry Book Keeping, and voting
men save money by buying t;ertlnctea. Apply at m
Exchange ofllce, south-west corner Sycamore aa
Third streets, Manchester corner. '
tit T A, nuns.
imr A NTKD, IMMEDIATEIYVTW
w v t
tn three Clerks. In and out of the cltv: asents.
man and wife. Teamster, work on farm; man with a .
family. Gardener, understands vines, frtilte, atej
also, manv kinds of other good heip to fill places ov-
lerlng at tne tnree-year om inieingeirccei . g' v
I. B. B., No. 2f East Fourth street. IS
WANTED CANVASSERS. Three re
spectable business men, of good address, to
solicit sunscnpiions lor a new ami popular wore,
beautifully Illustrated. Hlgheat commissions paid.
Apply from e to 10 A. M., at tho office of tho London
Printing and Publishing Company, 33 Xaat Third
street, up stairs, Manchester Building.
198 H. J. CH ASK, Agent.
iimr ANTED A "SITUATION as Fire
V T Miller, in a Flour Mill try a yormg nan of
reel leal ntnerldnre. and who ran alvo
i. noma preiet going to a larra
city. Address W. L., care w illiam DeU, XI ere heat.
first rate references.
WANTED CUSTOMERS For a lot of
Baskets, to be closed out very cheap, at Pro
duce Commission Store, 103 West Fifth street, by
JOHN BELL. . ' , T 4" .
WANTED MEN Energetle young
men t travel and sell some new and fast sell
ing Books and Charts. By application and economy,
from M to $100 a month can be cleared. Call and
see, or address for catalogue, Ac, MACK B. BAR- '
N. B. The Colorod Engravings la my books add W
per cent, to their sale. J1S M. B. B.
Y17"AN'ri;D A CLERlkV-Who will loaa
w v hie employers a few hundred dollsra. 8lx
ood girls wanted In the city, and several nurse girls.
Also, offering for hire, Hook -Keepers, Clerks, Me
chanics, Farm hands, Ao. A first-class FemaWt
Teacher wants a situation to teach Music and tha
Aaenry Office, No. 3e2 Western Row,
Applrat thetieneral Intelligence
A. V, JLABk-
BOARDING. A Gentleman and big Wife
and ftuir or five Single Gentlemen can be aceom.
modated with good rooms and boarding, on reasona
ble terms, by applying at No. 44 Vlue street. 137
ROAKDING. One gentleman ean be ao
MMni.tMl with mom and board: also. tws
or three day boardnN wanted, at No. 23V Baca street.
Reference rconircn. . .
IOk RlSNl1 At $25 por month, DWELL-
? 1NO HOITHB, with eight rooais. No. jee Oeorgw
street, between Mound and Cutter. - Apply at asp AU-. .
chM,g.,mce,M.nche.te,corn.r.w R ACKLEY. ,
FOR-HIRE! RARE" CHANCEalt
WHO W ANTS t Young man, Scotch, as gehool
Teacher. Copyist, etc Touag tterman. spkl i Eoa
lish, experienced as Porter In Iron Store, etc. A
WXCMSmX? An' AmericauT ara W -tudW
.keepi?gV.nd will anaags i toearj m.rcanW.
B., No. A
business, etc Two colored coys,
waiting, hotel help, porter, etc.
lOR HIRE. FIFTEEN FEMALBJ
i .. . wa-h.r Tpnnars. Ohamhar-
maids, Teachers, Housekeepers, rnanagers ""J;
ing-bousos. etc.; and ean be seen .daily at the old Gen
eral Intelligence Agency of I. B. B., Nr.. 2
between Jiaiii ann nycauiore """i.r'iy- r'C".
of all nations will receive attention with dlapatch.
14 ' i
tlOR RENT A DES1RABLM utiivn.
JT DWELLING HOUSE, No. 89 Hopkins strest-
1.... i,, Iv altuatecl ana nswiy paiuiew, . ...
with zaa throughout ; a good cistern, fine cellar, ana
' . i l ..Up lwn Immediateiv. mow
Further nartlciilara apply at No. Vine street. 257
tO I t ' . - - . . ,
i; I r t
- i sbr,
TOR ACE-LOFTS" TO LET. Term rea-
Applyat 79 MvcamoTestn
-TjniOR 8A1.E BRICK
JP Mbyino feet to an alley. Front, side and nut
L.tlon?n'w. Ninth .ttbatWeVn Cutter ea.1
HOUSE A LOT
Front, side and rear
Linn. Inquire at the premises.
0R SALE WROUGHT
Can be aeen by appiylug at
i jn .i.t lKsi.. ninrfl or lew, of Wrought I roB
ORSAtE A STARCH FACTORY '
T'M Indn'Fo; t.rai.and other particular..
address JOHN WRIGHT, Richmond, Inrttsna. is
With about acres of rich bottom land, good
e, out building, Act altuated In the DMUtlfnt
ty of Wayne, near the flourishing city oi
- - - r.T-. .. ., r, . ntt
-' OST STUD With a Mramie dc. n,
Jl finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving H at
the Dsily I'ress emce. -jl-.
JOHN SB3LUT0 & CO.,
No. 101, J03 aV 105 Wert Fourth Bt.,
-iMPOBTxas of . ' '
Bespectfnlly inform their ciattomera and I"saera J
generally, inat tne, r,u.
aud complete assortment of , , , ,
DRV GOODS, f -
O t petins,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Ac, Ac. r i
... . . r Di....nK.l Aarnara. an '
Families, note, anp.i., . 7, Ti .T- f
all others, may depend upon finding the best claa. of (
Goods aa priM aa lew as they can be purchased la t
tbebastern citiea. a ....nalva '
Xney nave aiso auaeu w ismi
Jobbing Department;: ,
To which they Invite the special attenllou of cask '
and short time buyers. . ( . . ..
30 ' DAY) 'U'-2lmm-jj.i
8 13AY OJUUUJ.VUS
1 ' DAY) -.A.,,;..., .
CLOCK TRIMMINGS, ,
Evary Variety and Lewert Pricea,
At SMITH'S CLOCK STOKE,'
"t9 East Flttli Street,- r
89 Oppoalte tha penBlaon Howae.
iv asTsn niai. . Suncrior!
w tsa a r.tr.
' -'ALL wAt ;9:. .';;::;,.':
FIRST 1 CLASS 1 ACCOUNT BOOKS,
Should call and laave thetr erdor. wUa i. j p
- JMoore, WUrtacUi Ky Coft
''--' '''; is WEST tOVVT aWEttJ
iMi Booa MasiW, lo. risvuTiin.
t ' Ki'MHa. KJ'sIJ, .i irf . A
1 .s,A ..iii'i .H ati ' . ic. r,i,.i i
,',Wf ,:YfH VOr-yOAT. .A. .
l .'It! ell t' -i ' t