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Positively lest nlghaof tb distinguished iWopssn
miss .vandenhoff ; ;
. ,ur. 8winb0urne., ......
ATUHDAY 1YENIN0. Mereh Hlh, will h per
formed, for thesecond tlma on any stage, tb very In
terestlng new play, lu At acta, sntltlsd
THE BETRAYER AND THE BETRAYED.
Lsnore. Mis Yandanhoff; Count Julian, Mr. Svrln.
bourne; Marauis Meechlno,Mr. Nsgle; Blnaldo, Mr.
Mortimers Alien oo, Mr. iwmwni ; mn, hm
Ma Vernon ; Inly Clerlne, Mill Cook Lady Tare,
an.vnmn, . t
PAS DB MUX,'. ..Br Emily end Fanny Bayland.
To eonclnd with th bvaghabl fere called tit
CAPTAIN OF THE WATCH.
VinMitint d Slgnr. Mr. Mortimer: Heron Tender.
tter, Mr. Kninioia. ,n.risiin,jnr.urima; Asiryn,
The Maneger takes great pleaenr In annonnctna
an engegement, for a fewnlghte, with the celebrated
artlatee, aire. Catherine Slnolalr and Mr. II. Hediey,
who will make their tint appearance on Monday
night next. . . '.
GOKKIB BIXTH TIKK Bts OISOINHATI.
JtOTIO a TIMB OHaKORO;
Doors open at (M o'clock; Performtnc eomaenoas
at 7X o'clook. , .
raiou or admisbiok.
Drees Circle sn,4 Parijnet te, 50 cenU; Temlly Circle,
cents. '' r. . . i
BENEFIT OF MR. T. L. DON N ELL Y.
SATtRDAT KTBNINO, March 2, the perform
ance will commence with th comedy entitled
SWEETHEARTS AND WIVBS.
mity l,ackaday..M Mr. Donnelly.
Eiinenia - Mr. Kl'lr.
Admiral Franklin... Mr. Klleler.
eandford.,.,.... ....Mr. w eeley.
Irish Son.......;-. Dick Bichardeon.
To be followed with th last three acts of the gnat
tragedy of .
, . PIZAER0;
Oa, Tai Diath or Balm. '
Bolla....it,i..MM .Mr. Peppard.
lJxarro. - Mr.Marahell.
Alonxo - - ..........Mr. King.
filgh Priest -Mr. Donnelly.
Klvlra..-..........-.....M Mrs. Cantor.
Comic Bongj Mr. J. L. Davenport.
To be followed with tb third aot of
THERESE, THE ORPHAN OF GENEVA.
fsrwln... u Mr. Homer,
onteim Mr. Miirtln.
berese ,.Mis M. Maddern.
IrUh Jle -. Mr. Williams.
To conclude with the new eomlo dram of
OCR HIBERNIAN COUSIN.
tlarney ..........,........Mr. Ttonoolly.
Colonel Careless - Mr. Collier.
Obad lab., M...M...,M.i...MwMr. Martin.
The great Original Bnekley Sorenadera will
appear on MONDAY, with their great Burlesque
Opera of " tucresla Borgia."
The Campbells! The Campbells!
Thfl Well-known Campbells I
ThoFavorite Campbells !
- .. , v Tne Qjiiy Campbells I
Old and Original Campbells
AND BB.AB8 DAD,
OomprUlng a sel action of th
Beat Sin eray
Bast thloptaa Performer
n IN THE WORLD I
Will Appear for Five Nights Oulyl
A) eat .'iiiemian inwrauri
Smith & Nixon's New & Beautiful Hall
(The Acoustlo qualities of which are not surpassed on
the Western Coutlueut.) ,
Commencing Saturday, March 26.
Fvcry Performer an Artist In his l ine).
J Urllllant Klaalto of Uenlus tmd Talent.
Now Act of Krory Description.
Nogrro Iintrelr sut it wae and I at the
Trent Day. ;
The Impressurlo of Managers, the founder of the
present school of Minstrelsy, whose indefatigable ex-
.rilnm Ha Kun tliA means nf raising It to Its now
enviable standard, aud whose success as a caterer for
the public has never boeu equaled, will appear each
night in his peculiar ouaraoter.
Admission, 30 cent.
SKsr For foil particulars see Programme.
Dr. F. A. JON KB, Agent.
E. 0. Humtlet, 8o'y. mr26f
This,' (Saturday,) at 2 o'clock P. M.
DOOBS OPEN AT ONE.
6 BAND GALA AND OPERA MATINEE.
ha iniv one this Reason, when the erlce of ad
mission to all parte of the house will be fixed at th
universal price of On Dollar. Gallery, 60 cents.
By request, the whole of Belllul's highly popular
' LA BONNAMBULA.
M'me Coleon, Hrltrnoli, Amodle, M'll
mnn. M'me Zanncct. .
The last act, including th Miserere, of Verdi's
M'll Ternea Pared!, M'me Am alia Btra.
koacb, Henry Hqulrea, rjlg. AxaotUo.
There will he no Opera on Saturday night.
Monday, DEBUT of M'me tova de VVtlherst.
fl.lTCIA DI LAMMEUMOOK, Thursdan
''GKA:NDaKATOBtO Hosslnl's celebrated
great sacred work, "The Stabat Mater," aud Mam
moth Concert. ......
rhrenology in Corington.
WILL GIVE TWO LECTURES IN ODD
, Fellows' Hall. Covingtou, on Friday and
svoulug., March 3Mb aud 16th .
. - . ( . ' BCBJ1CT8.
On Friday Evening-" Th Unity of Phrenology,
Bow to His In the World.". .
On Seturday Kvenlug " Matrimony, or Oar Bodal
tachLectura to clos with Publle Bxamlnatlo
Tickets at th door, 'JO cent. Door open at 7 ,
at so ciock.
. ture commence i
nar-niirinii tiia ,iv. PRor. YOW I, En will remain
In Parlor No. , Burnet House, entrance on
street, where he will give Chart and written descrip
tion of oherector. . ,. , ,
! WESTERN MUSEUM.1
KIW AND TNTKufcSTIKGt TOHTrJrlTAIRMKJfT
' W SVixtr DAY AKD EVfiSlKO. , .
1BBLABQKS1 COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
W. B. Corner Sycamore nnd Third
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' WEDDING MARCH, By Mendeusobn,
- CORONATION MARCH, from the Prophet,
7, Evru NiyM at th Oaiino, oppU Piles'
Optra Hou4 . t "i - '
ADMISSION . FREE.
$400, 9530, 9700, 9UOO.
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Mllls oanbe-esu run "ij'ltft &.eto ry .
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VOL. I ' NO. 29.
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, ' MARCH 26, 1859.
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It funs Hoe's lightning doubU cylinder press,
throwing off thro thousand impressions per
hour, at an expense, fur fuel, of one sent and
a half per tamo time. Oar press and englneroom
ii own to the publio at 10 o'olook P. M. Ladies '
.and gentlemen, weloomo I
Compliments to all. Will be home for three months,
No. lO East Fourth Street.
Hiici 28, 1850. (367)
Sprague & Co., for Fine Clothing,
lO East FourtU Street.
Spragno & Co., for Shirts and Drawers,
IO East Fourtn utreet.
' Departure of Trains.
OlNOINKaTt, HAMTITOW PaYTOH S 0O A. M., t.4D
A. si., 4:30 r. si. s:4 r. ni uammon aocommo.
OlJioinriATI Pr. tOTJia :00 A. M 4;tS P. M. 10:90
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P. M.. Chicago and Terre Haute h ight Exprees.
LiTTtr.MiAMi-:00 A. M., 4:15 P. M., 11:) P. M.
Oimoiithati, Maxhtta A PABKKynBrmo From East
rront-ptreet iepoi o:ju a, in., .i;w r. n.
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AxiRoi, Kokomo A DosAKeroaT From Cincinnati,
Hamilton ex Atayton uepoi e;w a. m.
! ldDIAAPOL18-f .P0 A. M.,
LOCAL 1VEWS. .
HATLUDAY MARCH 86
SE?T" Caixisrs, Nsws-bots and Aoint sap.
pl(ed with "Daily Press" at 00 cents per hun-
' CASH INVABIABLY IK ADVANCE.
No papers sent from or leare the office till
paid for. Advertisements to be paid at time
Adams' Exraiss Company will accept our
thanks for New York, Baltimore and Bt. Lonis
ClcrI Toouey had not issued a single mar
riage license yesterday at five o'olook. The
matrimonial stock is below par.
Ait Indignation M est mo. By reference to
oar advertising columns, It will be seen that a
oall ha been made by a number of Irishmen
of our city for an "indignation meeting."
Babbt Bclliyak, one of the most gentle
manly, scholarly and oareful actors we hare
seen for some years, will appear on Monday
I night In Pittsburg.
Jodoe Pbuden yesterday held John Bailey
a ecientlflo.and accomplished performer of the
ball game to bail, in the sum of $200, for
fleecing an unsuspecting individual out of $100.
In defanlt of the required ball, John was quar
tered at the Hotel de MoLean.
Mar Biassed on ihb Landino. In a
drunken row whloh occurred yesterday on the
landing, a man named John Murphy, who was
formerly a deck-hund on tho steamer Queen
City, wae stabbed twice by a negro, and al
though seriously, not dangerously, wounded.
Attempt at Bubolaby. Yeetorday morn
ing, about half-past three o'clock, some rascal
effected an entrauoe through the front door Into
tho house No. 140 Pearl street, betweon Race
and Elm; but, by hU noise in so doing,
awakened the Inmates, who gave the alarm, and
be made a hasty retreat.
8ebioV3 Fall. A little follow named Thos.
Bogg fell, yesterday morning, about nine
o'clook, from the roof of a shed, situated on an
alley near Front street, between Elm and
Plum, upon whioh he was playing, breaking
his leg and injuring his head very badly. He
will probably reoover, although his injuries'
will confine him for some time to the house.
Codmtebfsit Money Found is the Canal.
A boy named George ShaeSer, while playing
on the bank of the canal, near Rao street,
yesterday morning, saw something glittering
in the mud, and thinking he had found a
treasure, waded in, and by fishing about for
somo time succeeding in finding nine counter
feit half-dollars. The faot becoming known
by bis playmates, they also instituted search,
but without much success. It is quite difficult
to detect this coin, as it approaches very near
to the correct weight, and In color and execu
tion is very muoh like tho genuine.
A Hcrdsed Years to Come. This is tb
title of a song and chorus, the musio of whioh
was written by Professor Solon Nourse, a com
poser of some ability and a very successful
teacher of the divine art. . The melody is quite
taking, and the rhythm Is perfoot, hence the
air will please the ear, and, upon a first per
formance, to some extent, gratify the musical
sense. It will be sung by many, and for some
time will occupy a prominent place in the port
folios of the lovers of smoothly-flowing har
monies, still we do not think it at all equal to
some of the Professor's previous works or to
his well-known capacity. It Is for sale at the
musie-ltores generally. ,
Board or City Impsovkments. At their
session yesterday, the Board of City Improve
ments directed the Glerk to advertise for pro
posals to bowlder Riohmond street, from West
ern row to Cutter street; to pave with limestone
Henderson alley, from Beventh to Eighth
street, and tb pave the sidewalks on Raoe
street, frora Elder to Flndloy street. He was
also dlreoted to transmit to Counoil an ordi
nance to repair with broken stone Observatory
road, from Eaum to Oregon street, and also an
ordlnanoe to assess a speolal tax on Eighth
street, from Freeman to Hannibal street.
The following are the estimated expense of
this department for the month of April t Sala
ries, 21 00; oleanlng streets, $3,000; repair
ing aocepted streets, f 300; repairing culverts,
if 600; building bridges, $i,000 total, $5,001 8.
Paisowrn StHvaKcitp to the PiisiTtttTtAiT. A
number of prisoners who were convicted or entered
of anlfty within thoeresenttuonth worebrouiht
thli Court fur 8ntnc.
John Thompson, who had entered eplea of cmltr
cherf e of burglary, reed a peper to the Court In
he are en account of the dogreded condition
which he bad reduced hlmeelf by the ueeof ardent
erifl in!nm-"llb. nilnnn. tffrfl nf whlrh.' DO
"attended to the brain, cauiin a thlckenlni uf
memnrane inei irrounaea il. ena e iurb ui nivin.
which, at no distant day. muet end In death."
ineretore, aaaed tne clemency 01 ine i;oun,o
he might be left the hope of dying among
friends, in enother ueeeaae he ears: "A pbrent
once told me that Iwae a coward. 1 am at
Ikm whether to donbt the theory or to acknowledge
skin in uniotdtng ami rerllvlnf us prinnpiei; tor
is certain that In my forlorn condition nothing but
extreme cawiirdlv feellna hes kert me. and does
me, from putting an end to myself."
juuge uarter passed a sentence oi mree yeare in
Win. Toung and Dennie CaWIn, found guilty of
(Trend larceny, were next relied up. Calrin said that
alone was guilty, aud that loung had nothlog to
JihIba r.rter ..id that tt Tnntta tried aaeln. he
certainly would be eonrlcted without the evidence of
Calvin, because of there bring too explanation of hie
OMslon of the atnlen artlolfS. Theaentenceof the
Court waa that Young should be Imprisoned In th
penitentiary ror one year, ana lamn ior iw o yenrs
Lemuel Johnson plea of guilty to a charge of bur
ced to five
tn the last.
f7larinu.lv nUHnt a ria-alllna .hnilaa two Indict.
sentenced to are years In the nrst case, ana
Chae. Bell entered a nlea of ffulltv to an Indictment
burglary (Hire Indictments). Sentence of Art
John Wise, burglary plea of guilty sentenced to
nve years- lerm. -
ii Anderson j anion. BAflsina counterfeit moner. mo
fur new trial overruled, and sentenced to four
years in tho peuitentlary.
James imnKlln, a laa eooui sixteen years oi age,
tried lor grand larceny and couviotea ui petty tar
Judge Carter I believe this boy was In th con
bpirary to breaa out the jnu.
k i iiunvr ..v. nil, a iim. uuuiina iv uu wiiii it.
The Court said, as this waa the Drat time he was
brought up on any charge, and especially on account
his mother and family, tboy would exercise lent-
"ncy toward him. Ills sentence would be tnre
months on the chalngang.
M m. Mills, convicted oT grand larceny. The Court
naid It anncAred the nrlaoner had been contlned be
fore in the penitentiary", and received a conditional
pardon from Governor Wood th condition being
that ho ehonld leave the State, and not return within
years. Having broken the condition, he should
sunt back for tlieunexnired term of that sentence.
and his sentence for the present offense should com
inenc to run thereafter.
Mr. O'Connor said that that wan only a copv of the
natdou now in the hands of the Court. Si ills had
swrrn to a He against Abe Cross, and be (Mr. O'C.)
procured a certined copy oi tuts document to snew to
Air. (iaines aid not aeeir to appear as an aavocat
for tbo prisoner: but If h returned to th Stat undi r
J T iv .vuiu lu.n ii la 1 11 1 ii t. u u nw uui .v iau.
Mr. O'Donnell eubseqnently argued a motion for a
new trial, which was overruled, and the prisoner was
uentenced to five years in the penitentiary.
James Taylor, (colored,) burglary; ssntonced to
James Miller, (also colored,) burglary and larceny;
sentenced to flv years.
A bra in Cross, convicted of the larceny at Win. M.
Churchill's house, when called up fur sentence, said
desired to make a statement. He declared his in
nooeiiM), and laid all his misfortunes at the door of
James Jj. ltiimn, who, ue sain, was nis evil genius,
hy setting officers on his track, and arresting him on
IuIma charges, and keening him out of onirlovnient :
nnd it was now through his malice that be was ex
changing his Home, witn a oeiovea roomer ana otner
relations, for the walla of the penitentiary. He said,
nlao, that Mr. BuOlu accused him uf crlniiiiuting
others, which he never did. The prisoner al made
charge against Jeese Worlev, of giving him out-
iciara. tAMeii irom ine sale oi lub iTiiice v.ourx.
I na nnn Mia man inaiuira wduiu urn immrau
Into, and the prisoner should have the advantage of
uv riirht to which he waa entitled, if these state
ments wero correct. A semen wae men paeseu ui
nv years in me penitontiary.
Attempted Constdpsation. A German
named Christian Fohlmeyer, was arrested yes
terday, and lodged In the Ninth-street Station'
house, upon a charge of attempting to forcibly
dishonor the person of a young girl, on Fr
man slreot. From what we oould learn of the
affair he went Into the house in a state of in
toxication, and seolng the girl, as he thought,
alone, threw her upon a eouoh, which was In
the room, and would, in all probability, have
accomplished his villainous purpose had not
her screams been overheard by her father, who
rushed into the room just in time to save his
daughter's honor. . Fohlmeyer is quite dlssl
pated in his habits, and was, no doubt, at the
time crated by the effects of drunkenness ; for
it Is difficult to conceive how any one who
ane could be guilty of such an act. The esse
will come before the Polico Court this morning,
Niunr bofure last, about one o'clook, some
burglarious individual made an attempt to
enter the residence of Mr. John H.Williams,
a printer, who resides at 241 Ninth street,
Mr. W. was aroused by the noise, and the burg'
lar deoainped. About an hour afterward, the
residence of Mr. Boll, within a few doors
Mr. Williams, was broken open and robbed
a watch and a lot of wearing apparel. It
somewhat surprising that rogues should make,
burglarious demonstrations upon printers'
domicils, but suoh is the faot. Mr. W. has
provided himself with a "shooting stiok," and
if any enterprising personage should enter
premises in the pursuit of quoin (coin), he pro
poses to lend him.
. . -xsw , .
Arbest op a Fuomva Slavs A fagitive
slave, named Mason Barbour, was arrested
Thursday, about eight miles from Columbus,
by Deputy U. S. Marshal Jaoob It. Lowe, who
brought him to Cincinnati yesterday, and, hav
ing: perfected the necessary papers, accom
panied him into Kentucky, where the human
chattel was delivered up to the authorities
due form and process of law. The prisoner
was about forty-five years old, and is owned
a Virginia planter named Absalom Ridgely,
who lives within twenty miles of Wheeling,
from whom Barbour escaped on or about
20th July, 1858. Wonder the fellow did
follow the leading of the North Star.
Bcbolary. A house on Smith street, near
Sixth, occupied by Thomas Smith, was entered
by means of a ladder placed against the baok
part of the building, whioh reached to a win
dow, through which the rascals also made
their exit, taking with them $20 or $30 worth
of olothlug, and a few dollars In money, which
belonged to a servant girl. The burglars e
cajied, and left no trace by wbiob tt Is at
probable they will be discovered. 1
Psociedinos or the County Commibsionebs.
The County Commissioners at their session
yesterday passed a few small orders, amount'
ing in the aggregate to $273 91. Of
$80 68 waa to be paid to Ex-Auditor Jones,
papers furnished for the ofnoe, and $133 33
Dr. Mount, as the regular salary for one month's
services as Superintendent of the Lick
Pabsixq CouKTERit MoHSY. A
named William P. Jones, was ooiumltted to
jestorday, In default of $500 bail, by Justice
rJamuel H. Goodln, of Delhi Township, for
to pass a two-dollar counterfeit
on the Merchants' Bank of Newburyport, Mas
saohuselU, upon' August Holtkeuipr.
trial will Uko plaoe at the next term of
Court of Common Pleas.
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TDK EXCITEMENT INCREASING!
Irrimense Gatherings t
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON 1
Reports of the Committees!
Parse act to adjournment, the members of
this association met at Workingmen's Hall
yesterday afternoon. The number In attend
ance was quite as large as that of the day pre
vious, end an increased Interest seemed to be
After the reading and approval of the min
utes of the previous meeting, the Committee on
Investigation made the following report:
Mitchell tt Rammelsberg still stand out.
In Duncan's factory the hands have all quit
One of. the hand from the establishment of
Weiderich A Jones, reported on the black-list
at a previous meeting, bad quit work, signed
the constitution of the Union, and wanted to
do nothing but "cloan work." Received with
Aaron Shaw thinks the Union Is "fooling
away It time." He will submit to all but
It waa tho opinion of the Union that the
"tables were turned," that Mr. Bhaw was fool
ing away hi time. If he wants to come In
(and they think he desires to do so), he must
come up to the "scratoh." It was also re
ported that Mr. Shaw had stated that he
would pay off hli hands to-day; that he would
not de as Mitchell A Rammelsberg had done.
This report was received with much enthu
siasm. Mr. Cramer asked further time to make np
Mr. Btelnman was reported as orawJitMny.
Smith A- Hawley same as yesterday.
Mr. Hnoblaugh thinks he is already paying
good prloes. - He was almost persuaded to sign
the bill medo several attempts, but failed.
It was thought that he would soon be " all
rlgbt." , .
Several speeches and suggestions were made,
when the meeting adjourned to meet to-day at
Editor or Daily Pbrsb Sir: In your issue
of March 25, you publish what purports to be a
report made at a meeting of the juurnoymen
oablnet-makers now on a strike, whioh does
me grass injustice, vis: "That I had tried to
iaeMsooAaa propria tors of other lactone to sub
scribe certain documents by which they would
bind themselves not to employ any journeyman
cabinet-maker who left a factory on aocount of
not receiving sumoiont wages, but that the
proposal was signed only by a few proprietors.'
Now as some few may read the above, and be
oause, while printed, might, withcut refieotion,
believe it, I pronounce it a sheer fabrication,
and in mmry particular unlrue. Most of the
other statements, in the same connootion, are
of the same character, but not wishing to
trouble the publio with private business, I let
CINCINNATI, March 25, 1859.
In our report, yesterday, of the proceedings
of the oablnet-makers' meeting, vre gave simply
the transactions of that body. That part re
ferring to Mr. Rammelsberg and his employees
was handed to ns as a oommuuioution upon
which the meeting had acted. Tho ambiguity
of Mr. Rammelsberg' communication we ad
mire. Our report does not "purport" to be
anything but the faots, and if Mr. R. desires
to oonvinoe himself of the truthfulness of our
statements, we refer him to the minutes of the
Secretary of the Cabinet-makers' Protective
Another Confidence Max. For several
days past an individual, calling himself John
Kannon, nas been figuring extensively, in a
small way, through the confidence game. It
appears, as we are informed by Officer Pendery,
of the Second Ward, that Eannon has been in
the habit of going on board of steamers at our
wharf, a few hoars previous to their departure,
and, conversing freely with the passengers, gen
erally finds a green one, from whom he ascer
tains his destination, and then informs hi;
dupe that he Is going to the same place. After
a brief acquaintance he Invites his sucker
friend to walk up town a short 'distance, as hs
desires to make some purchases, "Suoker"
consents; they arrive near the corner of Walnut
and Fifth streets, when Eannon pulls out a
$100 note bogus, as a matter of course and
requests the loan of $30 from his green friend,
until he gets down to the boat sayingthatthe
$100 bill was the smallest be had, and he was
going up stairs to get some articles that he had
previously bought. Greeny advances the oash,
and up stairs rushes Kannon, who, knowing
the premises, gets out of the baok way, and
through an alley suooeeds in getting off.
Greeny, beooming tired of waiting for bis kind
friend, and fearing that the boat would leave
with all his baggage, he ruBhes for the steamer,
consoling himself with the faot that be was a
consummate fool and a swindled individual.
By the above process, and in the same local
ity, Kannon swindled two persons out of near
$70 on Thursday last. He was caught and
lodged in the Hammond-stroet Station-house
In the evening, but the witnesses failing to ap
pear against nlin yesterday, he was released
At seven o'clook last evening, Judge Carter
sent for the jury in the Beckley oase. The
foreman stated that thero was no probability
of the jury agreeing, whereupon they were dis
charged by the Court. We understand that
the Jury, from the first, stood seven for guilty
(without fixing tbo grade of the murder), and
Ave for acquittal.
Ebqoirr Rowekamf, yesterday, oommitted
a man, named Conrad Kempt, to jail, in de
fault of $300 ball, upon a charge of illicit
fatherhood, whloh was preforred against him
by Augusta Bodsr. ' f -' ,
How it Cost a Tinker Beveh Doluss to
a CorrES.-roT.-A man named' Wm,
Holttge, who keeps A tin-shop on Fifth street,
between Western row and Plum street, yester
had a warrant Issued for a rosy-laced and
somewhat delicate girl of seventeen, named
Mary Sinon, who he said had attempted Ao
provoke a breach of the peace.- From the evi
dence it appeared that the girl had taken a
eoflee-pot to him to be mended, for whloh she
was to pay twenty-live cents, aad that he bad
gone into the store in which she was engaged.
it was full of customers, and, in a very
abrupt and ungentlemanly manner, demanded
payment for his work before It had been com
pleted. This annoyed her exceedingly, and as
she paid him sho said he was a loafer, and that
she hoped she would never be troubled by him
again. Upon this ground he brought the
charge, whioh the Justice very justly dismissed
Tsovsli Amoks Females. Yesterday Jus
tics John MoFall had live eases before his
court, tn which females were more or less di
rectly Interested. . One of those was from the
Jones House, corner of Ninth and Sycamore
streets, In which all the chambermaids, cooks,
washers, Ironors, barkeopors, olerks and pro
pnetors were summoned to testify to their
knowledge of tho character of Miss Bridget
McCabe, who had charged a co-laborer, named
Hannah Flnnlgan, with using language which
we will not repeat, but which was admirably
calculated to provoke a breach of the peace.
The Justice, after a oareful hearing of the evi
dence in the oase, decided that Bridget' had
been treated very badly by the tongue of the
aforesaid Hannah, and, therefore sentenced the
defendant to pay a fine of $6 and costs, which,
we do not doubt, will completely heal the
wounds inflicted upon the honor of the injured
party, and is, In all probability, a Just punish
ment for a very naughty act.
Fire and Accident Yesterday the roof of
a house on Gano street, east of Walnut, caught
fire, but the flames wore extinguished before
any material damage was done. '
The alarm was conveyed to Stoain-englne
Co. No. 1, whloh proceeded to the fire with
out giving a general alarm, and as the steamer
was turning the corner of Walnut and Sixth
streots rapidly, the wheel-horse foil with his
rider, Mr. Edward Holster. Both horse and
rider were dragged about sixty feet, Mr,
Holster was severely, but not dangerously, in
jured; his ankle was dislocated, and he re
ceived several bodily Injuries. He clung to his
reins heroically, and was dragged as above.
Had be not done so, the engine would have
passed over and orushed him.
An Ofenino ron "Yocno Ajiubica." The
Daily Press affords a Due opportunity to young
boys, who have no employment, to muke an
honest and good living. It sells rapldlyi it
take like wildfire, Is purchased by all, and
boys oan realise from fifty oents to $1 per day
by a little enorgy and industry. .Yesterday
one enterprising lad, thirteen years old, oom
menced with a capital of one cent, and by even
ing was the sole owner of seventy-seven cents
in grand cash, his first efforts as a news-boy,
Boys, instead of being idle, and loitering
about the streets, stir upl be industrious! call
at the Press office, and start into business.
Assault and Batthby. A man named
Frederick Lumpursick, yesterday went to the
door of Ricburd Overbeck,' on Linn Btreet, and
battered it fur some time. Mr. Overbeck came
aud quietly asked him to desist, when he was
also assaulted by Frederick, whuin he caused
to be arrested and tukon to the Kiuth-streot
Station-house; but this did not cool the blood
of the afuroaaid belligerent, for eron there he
assaulted the officer, and to-day will be com
pelled to answer other charges before Judge
MkETHu or iut Fifth Ward Opposition.
A very large und enthusiastic meeting of the
Opposition of tho Fifth Ward was held last
night at Fugine-houso No. 5, on Vine street,
between Court and the Canal. After Mr. Eg-
gleston had bcon called to the chair, and Dr.
Carey appointed Secretary, they proceeded
the nomination of candidates fur the various
city offices, whioh resulted in the selection
the following persons: 11. N.Clark, City Coun
cil; Isoao F, Johnston, School Trustoe; M. A.
Packer, Constable; Jacob Sloop, sr., Assessor.
Meetinooftbe Tenth Ward Dkmocbacy.
The Democracy of the Tenth Ward, last night,
ut a meotingatNo. 4-17 Walnut street, of whioh
Joseph Eggly was President, and F. J. Schroe-
der, Seoretury, nominated the following persons
as candidates, at the ooming election:
For City Council, O. F. Bloebaum; School
Trustee, II. A. Bowman; Constable, J. B.
Blettncr; Assessor, William Leopold.
The meeting thon adjourned until Tuesday
ovi l oh Columbus. 1'ne following prisoners
left tbe oity last night, at eleven o'clock, for
Columbus, fur offenses and for terms
herein named r Abrain Cross, grand larceny.
five years; Deunis Calvin, do., two years; Wil
liam Young, do., one yoar; John Thompson,
burglary, ibrce years; Samuel Johnson, nine
yeurs; and James Taylor, James Miller, John
Wise, William Mills, Charles Bell, five years
each, for burglary, and Henderson Jordan four
years, for passing counterfeit money, , ,
Josfph Millvb, a deck-band on the steamer
Freestone, now at the wharf, was dangerously
wounded yesterday by a cut In his arm from
knife, with whloh be was endeavoring to sever
a tlller-rop. IV hue trying to out the
another deck-hand gave it a jerk, and the
penetrated Millor's arm, severing an artery
and making a frightful gash. ,.
A sate was yesterday at one of our Express
uflioes, on Third street, whioh was said te have
laid at the bottom of Lake Erie, with $20,000
in it, for six years.
A letter from Nebracka City to the New York
Ilcr&ld gives tbe most flattering accounts
the gold-digging at Cherry Creek.
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troubled, aud most ef thenj no doubt are,,.(th,.'(' ;.
tiiimt, ty .will find a. most agreeable enter-" "i
tniament and a oertain cure in the MatiDce at '" "' ''
Pike's Opera Houio, St twoVeloek to-day." If l' 7
the charming Coleon er"AuHa,! and the
magnificent :Parodl,asV Leonora,", do not
I 1 !r ttiW aft avrtnjVft ' '
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there will never be pleasure this sids of Para
dise for those who hear them. Bostdcs th at- ' 1
traction oSerod in , tu, programme", those who 1
attend need not be'ann'oyed with preparation ;
for promenade dresses are the'styleatmatluees, '
and here, therefore, are two reasons why there J
should be large! honse. i -' t :t ,
Matt Peel's Campbell Mlustrclsv Thle
deservedly popular troupe of artists open this
evening, St Smith k Nixon's Hall, and we pre
dict for them an overflowing house; The i
Campbells are unquestionably the best com
pany ef Ethiopian Minstrels now traveling the
country. The troupe is composed of an array .
of talented and accomplished vocalists and In-
strumental performers unequaled. Ths impret
tario Matt Peel is la himself host, and a a
representative of an African Afomtss be stands
unrivaled. Ned Huntley, who, although not
old In years, is one of the veterans in the burnt- ,
cork business, is attached to the troupe as see- '
retary, bnt we hope to see Ned upon the stage
ere the Company loaves ns. ' '
Pike's Opera House. The announce
ment of Mad'lle Parodl In the rofa of "Luore
tia Borgia," filled the house to overflowing last
evening every one was delighted, and Mr.
Strakosch may Juc'ly claim her as one of the
greatest representatives in that celebrated
cbaraoter. This afternoon the grand opera
gala Matin takes plaoe. Two operas .Sen-
tinmWd and II Trovator. Another gala
week! Mad'lle Cora De Wilhorst makes bar
first appearance In this city on Monday night
in Donxetti's grand oera, Lucia Di Lommt-
moor. ' . .;; t
MrTHEENO.UIRER.-A MASS '
Meeting of I rlsh.bernclt irons, will be held at Frank's ,
tin Hall, corner of Mlxth and 8ycuuinro streets, on '
iHUPiJJAi r. v a,a i wu. zm insi., at in o-cioca, ror
ths purpose of expressing the Indignation and oon -tempt
that the on of Krin feel at the let scurrilous
ind lusultlng article that appeared in the Enquirer
on the lelh Inst. It le expected mat every irisnnian,
whose heart throbs for native land, will b present, r
Ml cltimns are Invited to attend. - mr-ft-U
JEST-TUB FATHERHOOD OF GOO
uniTthe Ttrntherhood of Men. The good time oom.
ing. A new religion for humanity, adapted to their
pnysical, intellectual aim spirmiaigrowm.
l.n,,n.......1 .,,,1 an.d mmvll, Vulln.
SUNDAY AFTEItHOON. at 2 o'clock, el
ry C3V1A1 a, lannuun. .1 a wuir.
Campbell Healing Institute, 10H Western Bow,
are mviieu. eaais iree.
- SPIRITUALISM REV. S. A.
HENDERSON, formerly a Methodist preacher, will
r . .. l .. v.,ln I U.li VI.. .Ih.1. aim.. Irieil. . ,
on SUNDAY, et II o'cinci and T in thevDing. .'
Ono dime admission to Kroulug Lecture It
ADVERTISE IN THE H009IEK
tTAlE. Lawreuoeburg, Ind.' - -.xarflS-AWr -
"The Blood 13 the Life Thereof."
Chemical Analy of th Blood of ContumpHtt
Show a deficiency of th Bed Globule.
According tn Lleblf. these globule attraot oxrgea
from th air, and combustion of th earbonaoeoaa -oartlcl.s
of the blood ensues, voMn animal heat r .
vitality ; It follows, therefor, U they were deficient,- -vitality
would be defective. r
" The blood can not be deprived of a certain quan
tity of It globules, without tber resulting from It ,,
great prostration of the muscular system, very
luaraeu general leeoieness, grave penuruaiiun. vi in
nervous system, and various disorders or tne mnc
tlonsof digestion, respirstlou and circulation. Even .
oviore auacunaiion cau uoieci iDstxiHisnwin wm.
sumption, tbe blood globules are already diminished, '
i no (lie blood exiiibits the characteristic of that uf a
person who has been bled sovural time. " As tn
tubercles of the lungs sdvanc, the diminution ot tbo
globules grows more aud more considerable, and. at
last, reaches its minimum, when tho luugs are tilled
witn cavities." ;Anural ou me dkhiii.j now, n is
idinltted, jood s Practice,! tnat tuberculous aepo-
-I'lUII IB 111 . lltllV Willi ,n-iv,i,v ...wii., , tvuw
uuontly. if the globules, or homatosln were dekoleut.
i uoeroulous aepusilion wouiu uo uicrrAHuu.
Upon such Chemical and Physiological facts ta
based Mr. Guilford's theory of the causes of Con-
tuuiptlou, tbroulo Debility, etc., aa set lurtu in nis
rccoiit lecture at tJmlth A Nixon's Hall.
It Is, of course, Impossible, in tn Drier limits oi a
Irenlue. tn amhndv and armie this theory. He can
uiorely say that he has presented it to the considera
tion of the most eminent physicians iu tho United
States, w ho admit Its nlauslbility, and hav hit hotto .
confessed their inability to criticise it. Admitting
it correctness, tbe obvious inference Is, that in Con
lumptlon, and all other diseases nf Chronic debility
r uerective viiauiy, ii ine giuuuiee or neumiuaiu sr.
lefleient. (and analyses uf the blood lu these diseases
show that It Is ao.lihe rational mode uf treatment 1
to increase their quantity lu the blood.
How, tn analyse oi in
globule tor red blood)
aot iron, sulphur and
years of study lu compounding a preparation of thee
show that thev ar comnosed of iron, sulnhnr
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elements to meet the object required, and now enu..
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List of Ale on draught :
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