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THE DAILY PRESS
Ii printed and published daily, (Sunday! excepted,) by
O. 37. TTATJi,
At No. 14 West Fourth Street,
and delivered to snbacrlher. In CINCINNATI. COT.
1NQT0N and NEWPOBT, and in surrounding cltlM,
Tillage ana town, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
peyebl. to tha earner.
PRICES OF MAILING.
Blncla Copies, f eta.l On Month, 40 cU.i Thrs
Months, gl 00; On a Tsar, St 00.
CORNER SIXTH V1NB Bt CINCINNATI.
Oaonn Wood, Manager; O. O. BaTANT, Stags Man
ager; P. B. Umstsd, Treasurer.
NnTirg Tim a Chamokd. Doors open at 8M o'clock;
"eri'irinence cumiiittiioee a. .i n cinca.
Pairs or Admission. Drees Circle and Parqnette,
Ductule, r amiir uiniiq, mrfnil.
Seats can be secured at tha Box Offlca from 10 A.
M. until. P.M.
Third appearanee In fourteen years of tha world.
renowned, unginai ana "only '
George Christy's Minstrels!
CEOROE CHRISTY and B. M. nOOLIT,
C. KOPPITZ. - - Musical Director.
Comprising fourteen af tha moat brilliant ataraof
Ktnlopiau Minstrelsy, who beg leave to announce
that Oii'y will give a .hurt aeriea of their unique,
original nun unapproecnaoio
ConpilHtltiff of Vnonl.' Tnstrnmantal.
ami Histrionic penormauenft, ana em omen
ROintf a vari
ety of new HuiKtu, Solos, unma. Chnrusei, Dances
etc., together with now and original mirth -provoking
.riamauon ocenejn, ach, interludes, miriesqueupera,
Comedv. Traeedv and Faroe, form Ins a vrotrramma
of unexceptionable novel tiea, and tha moat attractive
entertainment ever onerea to tne cituena 01 Cincin
nati.. First nlffht of the GBAND BURLESQUE IT A'
JjIAD Ul tttA.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 2T, flrtt time here
01 ueorge unrisiy s great piece, can en
PETER PIPER PEPPER PODGE.
Geo. Christy In his original character of P. P. P. P.
Mtnercnaracters ty tne ironpe.
For particulara see programme.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
Liwis Bakto, Sole Leuee; D. A. Baxiidas, Stage
nanager) n. v. iiuiirKui, Areaaurer.
Third week of tha engagement of tha celebrated
M'lle Louise Wells' Equestrian aud Dra-
t matic Troupe.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, April Jj.wlll be acted
in. great urnma in uree acio, caueu
KIT CARSON j
Or, Tne Hcntre or ths Pbaibibb.
Agnes Vernon, M'Aa Louise Welle; Kit Carson, W.
it. libit ; aihzioi iiuggins, w.t
llton ; Henry Vernon, Mortimer
Leuingwell ; Bubal, Jennings.
To conclude with the drama, called
Or, Marios and His Mibbt Mxn.
Mrs. Mott, M'lle Louise Wells: General Marion.
Geo. J. Arnold; Sergeant Jasper, W. B. Derr; Nigger
oni, " . a. nyiiiun ouipo, nieiviiioi wiu tmmpiiriea,
Kaiuforil: Nfad Humnhrioa. Mortimer: Andrew Jar.k-
aon. Miss Marshall; Muchlns, Hight; Colonel Proctor,
McWado; Lieutenant Parker, Uamlltou; Captain
Suggs, Lofflr jwell; Mrs. Humphries, Mrs. Wilklns;
Aaie, iuim iL. Auureoa.
The Grand Historical Equestrian Drama, entitled
nvDW Till? II IT t T L' O I. -.1 - I .1
tlon for seviral weeks aud will shortly be produced.
WANTED 100 Sunermimerarle. for tha above
Drama. Aoply to Mr. Whitton, at the stags door of
lue i nenier.
ALSO WANTED Several competent male chorus
singers, and as ladiea for the Ballet. Apply to the
suns mauagor, betweea the hours of 10 and 1. o'clock
- WESTERN MUSEUM.
NEW AND INTKltuBTINfJ ENTERTAINMENT
. ... HVKliY. DAK AND EVENING.
1IIE LABOES1 COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. E. Corner Sycamore aud Third Sts.
Children's White Silk Hose,
White aud Light-colored. Kid Gloves,
M0N8. ERNST'S EXHIBITION.
Taylor's Hosiery Store,
160 Fifth street, bet. Race and Kim,
apl9 Sign of the Fancy Stocking.
To the Ladies.
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Poiible-thread Mewinsj Machine erer offered
lu the Cincinnati market.
This Machius possesses advantages over any thing
bow lu use.
Office In Melodeon Building, corner Fourth and
Walnnt, np stairs.
Agents wanted In ths West and South.
sTsT Bend for cirsular. Address
AV. 12. Ornmaii & Co.
No. i;i'2 Kust Front street, corner Hiaen
Front streets, Seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Testimony of two well-known cltisens. Medical
. Electricity triumphant I ..... ....
Cincinnati, April 18, 1J.
Having a desire, If possible, to beueni the afflicted,
I append the following certificate:
About the 1st of last August I waa taken with
dry, hacking cough, which kept growing worse until
about the middle of last January, such a violent
cough set in all at once that It seemed at every mo
ment it would rack me almost to pieces. I had t
various remedies, but wlibont any durable relief:
there did not neeut to be any action In my bowels,
my llvor was torpid also. I and my friends had gives
up all hopes of my recovery; and one in particular,
who bail t wo son. die of quick consniuption, said
I waa following them speedily. At length, being
duce" to a very low stato of health, I was induced
try Professor Wlllcox's Electropathlo treatment,
uud, strango to say, to my great joy and aatisfactios
1 experience! reuui rrom tne nrsi application,
cough looec'K.l, aud I began to tbnm up masses
thick, foaniv nuiciia: my appetite wse a great
better; my loue Is and liver were aroused to healths
action; my nlrlit-sweata ceased, and in ten applicat
ions I was considered cured. I gained in flash about
two pounds pr vaek. It Is nowa little overa month
lnoe I received the last treatmont, and sufficient
time has eluiw. d to ksow that the cure la permanent.
8. H. EDWABDf,
East Walnut Hills.
This Is to certify that the above statement is
aud that I believe Trofessor Wlllcox to be
and fully competent, to accomplish all that he
by this new system of Electropathlo treat
ment. J. LDnAKUs,
Seventeenth Ward, Cincinnati. O.
Letters addressed to Professor George W.Willcoi,
Box lis, Cincinnati, 0., (inclosing stamp,) will
prompt attention. ap'-U
rpUIS is to certify that Mr. Wm. P. Jones
JL has been lor aeveral rears In the employment
my late husbaud, I. B. Burbbayge: thai he has,
periods, had entire charge of nil said huslwnd's
when he waa called away from the city, and
on all occaslous we have ever fouud him honest
trustworthy to the greatest degree. In al cases
have ever found him strictly devoted andstleutlve
the Interest of his employer. He la a kind gentle
man, and entitled to the respect of all who be
bave ousinees witu
As Mr. Jones la to succeed to the Agency formerly
carried on ir in 7 nusnauu . uww u jua. mi iiiruiau
him with this recommendation from one who
known him for years, and who la well acquainted
wltb his mislnese qualifications.
r. B. This la to certify that William P. Jones,
agent of my husband, I. B. Burbbayge, is authorised
by me to collect all debts duo said agency.
MRS. MABY Q, BU&BBATOE.
CINCINNATI, April ao, low.
VOL. I. NO. 56.
MORNING, APRIL 27, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS.
Wilder, Itobloaon eV t o., 30 Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
A p pi rgnt A Co., No. 43 Main at.
Anderson, Gates Ac Wright, 114 Main st.
BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
Cham. A. J ansbHuns, corner Third and Mill sis.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
MeAlpIn, Illnmnn dc Co., 10:1 Walnut st.
J. li. Wayne dc Bon, Main at.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Dudley oV Co., Ill Main st.
FANCY GOODS AND JEWKLRr
Gardiner'a Anetlon Ilonso, 134 Main a
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J. Duller, 39 Vina st.
FOREIGN t DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Hltehell, 6 College Building, Walnnt st
GROCERS AND COMMISSION.
Clark dc Carr, 39 Walnut st.
Roarers, Sons dc Co., SI Malnst.
HARDWARE AND IRON.
Haaaer dc Merna, 19'i Main at.
HOUSE FACTORY AND LUMBER YARD.
Illnkle, Guild dc Co., 363 West Front.
Wnt. Wis well, Jr., TO West Fourth st.
Dr. C. W, Jlobstck's Scandlnarlan Blood Fills
and Blood Purifier, No. 6 Kast Fourth street, seo
ond building from Main.
MERCHANT TAILORS. .
Jobn W. Becaley, 103 Main st.
Bachelor, DeC'nmp dc Co., 61 Walnut st.
Pollock dc NoO'Bll, 333 Walnnt st.
Nixon dc Chatneld, 97 and TO Walnut st.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. J. C. Beck, 87 Broadway.
SADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
llantor, Edmeston dc Co., 16S Main at.
SCALES. BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T. W. Wright dc Co., No. 10 Weet Second St.
SEWING MACHINES. '
Geo. B. Bloat dc Co., 33 West Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedges, Free dc Co., 0 Main st,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Betrcs dc Smith, 6 West Fourth .t.
Nathan Escales 4 Co., 100 Walnut St.
G. Oscamp, 63 Main st.
Oscnmp ds Bro., 10S Main st.
H. Beatns, 73 Main st.
Goldsmith, Barkhonse dc Co., 94 Main st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Mnowden A Otte, 31 West Fourth st.
Sawyer 4k Kirk, 8 College Hall, Walnut at.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
8. G. Burnett dc Co., 37 Walnnt at.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Rysui dc Fnrthinc, 40 Main at.
It. S. KEHT0, Itl. D.,
Offloe, 90 West Seventh Street,
BETWEEN TIKI AND BA0I.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Oppick No. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
anu uace. hesidrncs no. on Beventn etreet, ne
tween Walnut and Vine. OrricE Hours 7X to &H
n. m.; i to m r. ni.: 7 to s r. n. i
S. L. HAJsLU.
a. a. smith.
Drs. IIAMLEN & SMITH,
No. 3 West Fourth St.
DR. S. WARDLE,
II N T I S T
Offloe No. 138 West Fourth street,
CINfUNNAII OHIO I
INDIAN QUEEN COl'FEE SALOOJi
No. 59 East Pearl.
Esep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate,
Beef Steak, Ham and Eggs, Ac, Ac, &0.
BltSTJDEIC a KIOI. 10S
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Capital ... 400,000 OO
Assets .... 92,036,997 37
CHAS. N. BANCKER, Tres't
Wm. A. Steel, (Sect.
Springfield Fire and Marine
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.,
Capital - - 150,000 OO
Assets .... $145,754 85
EDMUND FREEMAN, Preu't
Wm. Conner, Jr., Beet
OF SPRINGFIELD MASS.
Capital - - 1 50,000 oo
Assets .... 20,987 39
SAMUEL S. DAY, Pres't
J. 8. Parish, Sect.
rilHE UNDER6IGNED, REPRESENTING
JL the above well known aud responsible
1m on ma am rAin n Anlnd
are prepared to insure Beal and Personal Property.of
every description, against Loss or Damage by Fire
on favorable terms, and solicit a share of public pa
tronage. JOHN KEEVES, Agent.
JOHN W. MORGAN, Sect.
Office In Times Bi ildino, No. 64 Third Street, b"t.
Waluutand Vine Btreets. Cincinnati, Ohio. 3M
Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
Office No. 1ft Public Iandlur,
Between Main and Sycamore streets, (up stairs,)
Joseph Draper, Dr. J. L. Vattler, Wm. A. Stewart,
Wash. N. Berry, George SI. Dixou, David A. Powell,
O. 8. Lovell, V. btelnberg, . Daniel McLaren,
Rich'd Ashcraft, H. D. Thoiuas, M. V. Crigler,
Amoa Conklln, Wm. B. Dodds.
A. B. Laws, aee'y. JOS. DRAPER, Prost.
ap8-lm Uiiam Pooh. Burveyur.
Hoots and Shoes.
"JOHN H. DETERS, CARLI8LE BUILD-
M INa, No. 63 West Fourta street. Keeps conetautly
on haud, and makes to order, Ladies', Misses1
Chlldreus' Shoes, at wholesale only. Also, a large
stock or Oentlemon's flue work, at wholeaale and re
tall. His work Is of a Miperior iiuallly to any made
in Cincinnati, and is sold lower than the same class
of work can be bought from any other house;
reason why I., because be sells for sash voir, apfl
Departures of Trains.
NDIANAPOMS AND ClNCINNATI-
5:60 a. h.; 4:1ft p. a.;
s:uu p. a.
Cincinnati, Kamiiton and Datton Indianapolis
and Cleveland, 1:00 a. h .; Sandimky Mall, R:ii a. a.;
Sandusky, 4:30 p. m .; Accommodation, t:W r. u.
LiTTi,K Miami Cleveland and Plttsbnrg, :00 A. .;
Cleveland, Plttaburgaud Bellalr, 8:00 A. m.; Colum
bus AcrommoilHtlon, 4:40 p. M.; Clevoland, Pitts
burg aud Bellalr, 11:30 P. M.
Ohio Ann Mississippi St. Louis, 8:30 A. .; Louis.
vine, 9:00 p. a.; St. Louis, S:00 p. M.
PiTTsaran, Coirnrs aho Cincinwati (Stanhenvllle
Bhiirt Line) Kast Sront-street Depot :00 A. H.;
8:00 A. St.; 11:30 p. m.
Ci.r.vitLANn. Coi,i'Msrs an OiifciKHATi Esst Front
street 0:00 a. a.; 8,00 a. m.; 11:00 p. a.
Cincinnati and Mariitta :1S a. m.; 3:30 p. u.
Central Ohio From East Front-street Depot 8:00
a m.i ii;du r. a.
Arrivals of Trains.
INDIANAPOLIS a CINCINNATI-10:04 A. B. 1:30 P. B.l
v:w r. n.
Cincinnati, Hamilton ano DattOH-7:4fl A. a.; 10:47
A.a.to:wr. s.jiu:iur, a, , .
Little Miabi T:30 A. a.; 1:33 p. a.; 7:18 p. a.; 10:45
Marietta And Cincinnati 10:20 a. a.; 9: IS p. a.
Ouio and Mississippi 7:00 a. a.; 1:30 p. a.; 10:10 p. a
Boaed or City Iiipbovimknts. The Board
of City Improvements, at their session yes
terday morning, received a communication
from J. C. Belman and H. P. Diehl, asking the
use of the City Lot on the fourth day of July
next, for a balloon ascension In the afternoon,
and exhibition of fireworks in the evening.
Granted, on the payment of $20, provided that
the lot is not otherwise engaged.
Messrs. MoKeon and Nolan asked a month's
further time to remove the gravel from the
Psarl-street Market-spaoe. Rejeoted.
Lowry A Humphrey withdrew their bid for
bowldering Third street, from Front to Martin
streets, and the Clerk was directed to advertise
for proposals to do the work.
Mr. Horton offered a resolution granting Mr.
Maokey the privilege of landing his sulliage-
boats at the foot of Mill street for one year.
Also, a resolution instructing the Clerk to
transmit to Counoil an ordinance to bowlder
Piatt alley, from Vine to Race street. Passed.
The Commissioner of the Eastern District
was authorized to repair the well-hole at the
corner of Front and Whitaker streets.
The Civil Engineer was directed to report
an ordinance to establish the grade of Branch
street, from Stark street to Ballanoe alley.
The Commissioner of the Northern District
was authorized to repair the culvert running
through the Pest-house lot, at a cost not to
exceed thirty dollars.
The Clerk was authorized to advertise for
proposals to build a stone culvert, five feet in
diameter, on Ludlow street, from Front street
to low-water mark.
On motion of Mr. Payne, the Clerk was
directed to transmit to Council an ordinance
to pave the sidewalks on Pleasant street, from
Findlay to Elder. Also, to pavo with lime
stone lteodor alley, from Wado street to
point two hundred and fifty-seven feet south.
Also, an ordinance to bowlder College alley,
from Webster to Franklin street.
Accident to a Woman. A German woman
named Scheipel, who resides on Court street,
between Vine and Walnut streets, who had
lately recovered from an illness whioh is pe
culiar to her sex, while attempting to carry
quantity of vegetables up stairs, fainted and
fell to the bottom, in a state of nnoonscious
ness. A physisian who was called in said she
had ruptured a blood-vessel, and, after having
restored her again to a normal oonditlon, and
administered some remedies usual in suoh
cases, gave it as his opinion that she would
Attempted Suicidx. A man named Uoorge
Clark, who has for some time back been con
fined, by disease, in the Hospital, and from
whioh he had been liberated but a weok or two,
was returned to that institution Monday, with
an immense gash in his throat. Sinoe his dis
charge he has been in a continual state of in
toxication, and on Sunday night, at the Jeffer
son House, oorner of Ludlow street and
Landing, having obtained a large knife, inflioted
a wound, as we have mentioned, which in
probability will sucoeed in opening to him
life in which be will have to drink something
else beside bad whisky.
Assault with a Knivk. A negro named
Thomas Brashears was arrested on Monday,
and lodged in the Hammond-street Station-
house, charged with having assaulted with
knife a woman, with whom he bad held a
of intimacy whioh is not reoognized
any law, save Hymen's. He did not wound
her, but this was entirely owing to her dex
terity In dodging bis blows.
John Liaby, Peter Brophy and John O'Con
nell were arrested on Monday last, for having
been oonoerned in the row we mentioned
day or two ago, at a coffee-house in the Ninth
Ward. Against Leary there is another oharge
that of resisting and drawing a knife upon
Assault upon a Woa. Justioe Rowe
kamp, on Monday, sent Bernard Behr to
in default of $100, to answer at tho next term
of the Court of Common Fleas a oharge
assault and battery, whieh had been preferred
against him by a round-faced and jolly-looking
female Teuton named Barbara Harter.
Wa learned Monday, by a telegram
Mr. Jaoobs, that a deputation of about
hundred and fifty Oddfellows, who left
city to attend the celebration in New York
the 28th, had arrived there In safety and
good spirits. They will return on Saturday
The County Commissioners, at their session
on Monday, passed an order for $81 45 tn pay-
inent of Jones a Bonte, for paving with bowl
ders Jail alley. No other business was trans
Chab. Fiiiiit and John Hays, ths hopeful
pair who managed so adroitly as to ssoape
from the City Prison one day last week,
boen oaught and returned to their old quarters
All Wiioonsln banks ar two per cent, dis
count in New York City, ezocpt the Bank of
the City of Laoroiso, which is now closing, and
which is taken at a discount of five por cent.
A theolocical seminary has been foundod
tn Palestino by the Latin Patriarch, for native
candidates for the priesthood the first insti
tution oi tns Kind unoe toe urusaacs.
Fletcher Woodward, known as having been
tlm romantic and most unfortunate huaband
of 8usn.li Don in, the octrees, is in tho Frazer
Kiver region digging gold.
The booksellers and publisher! of Boston
have resolved to institute annnal book-trade
ales in that olty. The first one is to take
place during the early part of August next.
The seleot committee cf the California Leg
islature have reported that it is impracticable
to pass any law respeoting Chinese immigra
tion, and recommend that a memorial he
addressed to Congress on the subject. .
Chevalier Wyckoff, who has been in Washing
ton since the oommenoement of the Sickles
trial, has been appointed bearer of the ratified
treaty to China, and will proceod on hie mission
The Ceredo (Virginia) Cresoent says that It
is desirable that Sickles should be couvi.'ted,
not so much for the killing of Key, as in cm
sequenoe of the publio necessity whioh exist
that a member of Longreii inould be hung.
The colored oitiiens of Chicago are to hare
a meeting some day tbi- week, to consult and
take aotion upon the mutter of tho Invitation
of President Geffrard, of Hayti, to emigrate to
John Lehmann, the rascal who lately com
mitted the crime of horse-stealing and rape
near Alton, III., hag been tried and sentenced
to the State prison for eight years for the first
offense, and for life for the seoond.
Gov. Hincks, of Barhadoes, who is on a visit
to Canada, had a publio reoeption in Toronto
last week. A eongratulatory address was pre
sented by tho St. Patriok's Sooiety, of that
oity, to whicU the Governor replied briofly.
Tne citizens then paid their reipeots to him.
The Princess Alice, of England, was "con
firmed' yesterday, at Windsor; and she is to
make her formal entree into the oeau monas on
Thursday, at a juvenile fanoy dress ball, at
Buckingham Palaoe. There's "court news"
for our ladies.
The electors of Massachusetts will vote on
Monday. May 9, for or against the proposed
constitutional provision whereby adopted cit
izens are to be debarred from voting at elec
tions until they shall have been two years
The Sandusky Register says that the sculp
tor, T. D. Jones, is now in that oity drafting
a model of the Perry Monument, to be ereoted
on Gibraltar, at Put-in-Bay. He is accompa
nied by a Cinoin-Aatt artist, who is making
sketches of Put-in-Bay scenery.
The Millerites of Newark, N. J., have been
preparing for the second coming of the Mes
siah, or the end ot the world, whioh they com
pute will take place on or about the Passover
of 1859, whioh commenced on Monday night
and continues throughout the present week.
When Alfred A. Smith was Controller of the
oity of New York he negotiated with the Roths
ehilds concerning the Croton Loan. They
wrote him that they oould not imagine what
use an aqueduct of forty miles in length there
was for New York, a oity surrounded by fresh
James D. Porter, widely known as the
"Kentucky Giant," died at his residence in
Portland, on Sunday night, the 24th inst., in
the fiftieth year of his age, having been born
in loiu. me disease wiiicu terminated cib
life was an affection of the heart, to which ho
. . . . . ....
had been lrequently subject.
The ferry-boat plying between Jeffersonville
and Louisville came very nearly being swept
over the rails, on Saturday morning, in its
first trip over the river. The current was more
rapid than the pilot supposed it to be, and the
necessary precaution tor snecting a landing
failed to be taken.
We read in a Scotch paper that the Rev,
Mr. Caird, of Glasgow, has been "censured"
by tbe Presbytery of Glasgow, for having al
lowed a Minister of the United Presbyterian
Church to occupy his pulpit one Sunday. That
is one mods of cultivating brotherly feeling
preparatory to a hnal nnion in heaven.
A correspondent of tbe Cleveland Herald
complains that the olause whieh provides for
the rendition of fugitives from labor is not
good grammar, and wishes to know how
should be parsed. The Ohio statesman re
plies: We can tell him how it is to be parted
by those who foroibly resist its provisions by
Jine and tmprtionmenl.
On Sunday, the 23d inst., the Bishop oh
serve, the "Lord" Bishop of London preaohed
to a large congregation or omnibus men ani
their wives and children, in the "Favorite1
Omnibus-yard, at Islington, London, being
the second sermon by his Lordship in the same
nlaoe this season. Wonder if they preach
upera-nouses over yonder 7
A delegate nominating Convention will
asuemnio in iue city oi iOiumous on inure
Li. V. .1.. e r , ml
dav, tne second day oi j tine next, lor tne pur
pose of nominating a candidate for Governor,
Lieutenant Governor, Auditor, Secretary and
Treasurer or State, Bupremo Umirt .lunge
Member of tho Board of Publio Works, and
Commissioner of Common Schools.
Napoloon Munard. the founder of the cele
brated Tromonade Concerts at Paris, is ivj
more. M. Musnrd was born in 1799, and by
devoting himself tomusir, became quite early
in lue a favorite leader oi orchestras tor balis
and private assemblies. M. Alfred Musurd,
whose proleesioual visit to the United htutc
terminated only a fortnight since, was a eou
of the deceased.
It is cheeriDg to the hearts of oonservatlve
men in other sections of the Union, says the
Frankfort (Ky.) Commonwealth, to know that
the people of the Old Dominion are making
such effeotual endeavors to throw off the shackles
of party politics with whioh they have been
long bound, and to vindioate their love lor
honest and f uthful administration of their
State Govern mi nt.
A poor woman in Western Massachusetts,
some tims ago, gave Rev, Asa Bullard half
pint of obestnuts for tho Massachusetts Sab
bath Sohoel Society. Mr. B. sold them at auc
tion at a festival in Winchester for $5. Tbey
were returned to him, and he oontlnued to
them overuntil they have realized $38 60, and
a part still for sale. Pleasant fun that,
No doubt the nuts were purohased, as well
sold, on principle and for the good of the oause.
James A. McCorkle, who suddenly and mys
teriously left Richmond, Indiana, in October
last,, leaving his aocounts as oashier of
People's Bank unadjusted errors to an amount
of over $15,000 being detected in an examina
tion of his books was apprehended st
Antonio, Texas, by Deputy Sheriff Robinson,
on the 1st Inst. Ths Sheriff fouud him en
gaged in the grocery business, under tbe
nams of James A. Hall.
On Saturday, in Cbiosgo, a man named
Prendergast, in order to secure the Sheriff's
influence with ths Court to obtain a light sen
tence, promised to make important disclosures.
The Sheriff promised his influenes, and
pointed out to blm ths place where ths
for breaking jail were oonoealed two large
skeleton keys for opening the eell-doors.
files, a oold chisel, and four saws for sawing
iron. Ths implements were conveyed
the jail by a German who was set at liberty
an early day of tne recent term or ths
Tkack Conorksb. The readiness with whioh
Louis Napoleon assented to the proposal of
a Congress for the discussion or tne Italian
?uestion, was rather ominous than otherwise
or tho peace of Europe. If a monarch,
whose every aot for the last six months has
unmistakably pointod toward war, all at once
turns around, and jumps at a proposal seem
ingly calculated to preserve tne peaoe, then
our first conclusion la that there are things
behind the scenes whioh, if they were known,
would take away the semblanoe or Inconsist
ency from his oourse of action. This has
been the case with regard to the European
Congress. What at the first glance seemed to
look like an attempt to preserve ths peace,
now turns out to be a new pretext for gaining
time to complete the preparations for war. It
is but recently that theCongiss was proposed.
and while nothing is decided as to the plaoe
where tbe conditions on whioh it is to meet,
while its meeting, if it ever should occur, is
postponed to the end of April at the earliest,
the r rencu army is oraerea to iorm lourtn
battalion to each regiment, and six Frenoh
divisions are to be plaoed oa the war-footing.
These are faots worthy of consideration. N. Y.
Suspected Fratricide. Two laborers
named John and Mlohael MoDonongh, living
in Baxter street, New York men of intem
perate and quarrelsome habits got into an
ilteroatlon with one another on Friday night,
f hioh caused suoh annoyance to tbe neighbor
hood that police officers were sent for, who
went up to thoir room, roroing open tne door,
hey lound don n inoionougn stanaing over nis
brother, who w as seated on the floor nerr the
wall, his head a'rooping on his breast, appa
rently feeling hi pulse. Michael was too
muoh exhausted to speak. Both parties were
taken to the Sixth Preoinct Station-house, but
before reaching there Miohael died. Jobn
denied using any violence whatever toward hia
brother. The oase Is being investigated.
Mdboxb. The Guelph IC.XT.) Herald states
that a man named Jobn McGafferty on Satur
day, 16th inst., while employed in chopping
wood, began to question his wife (who uaually
acoompaniedhlmto assist in piling), respeoting
his disaovery on the night previous of a man
n bed with her, who escaped on MoUafforty's
approaoh. She confessed the truth, when
McGafferty in a moment of excitement seized
a piece of cord-wood, with wbioh be struok her
on the head. She died immediately.
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