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Literary Cas'ket.oneyeer. ,' fiitber one;pf "tha imbii- ,-cationa offered is well. worth three dollars, rod oy gtwag ear paper in, we furnish four dol lars and f fly cent worth, 'for three dollars. t we nope to add io our list a few hundred new subscriber,; All who diie to avail ,thn 'elves of this rare opportunity to sect! re cheap Reading, wllj ban I Iii their names and money immediately, so that we way obtain for them 'the January number of the magazine they se- ii ; JJVn Monday next,iYie Year athe Post iVwce win , oe dosed from 9 o'clock, a. m. Aintil 3 p. in. wbsn it will be ooen strain until .4 or(j1ock. 'After which it will be closed for . ise, ioiainr oi, ue day and etning. irrWa have fceen reouested hv H. n n,r. nd, Esq. Cashier, Jo aay that on Nw Year'a way, Monday next,) the Eaton Bank will jun uc pen iot me iransaotion of business Aii psper laiiing oue; , ou iha,t day .must be tTNo time to i write Editonalt, Christaias r"ou out once a year, v , m U : -r v .")' i i ' i wflErWtarefwtjM when any of our coo- nemporatjea extract a to column article aper.andcreaitsit"jErAan It iyerynice,wayof "ittaUng. .', ".-.ibr .week (he time for which we con traced toftanish the VLtfe Bme subscribers srth the "Z)ocro will expire. :W will lie lad to continue sending, our paper to a 11 such, :nd sharf do so, unless otherwise Ordered. -Persons who have iten receiving the "Dem HJCrtP' for the last three rnonthajn Jiett of the -'Life. Boat 1idho W "VanoeraV 'discontinued will please fiver, oj notice to thatieffeet. We give this timely hint to void troubW anil have a perfeot tinderstand with .all our readers. ., ; , V - V' V 'IITA Clerman living near Waterloo; HI., haa,??lrea'ed hiawife that she had ; gone to a house; ,of a married daughter, last week weatto the house of the Is iter, proba bly to nrurdei his wife, but made a fatal mis take and killed the daughter, , Knocking a 1ha door, in the dark,, the daughter opened it, -and was immediately seized and stabbed fa tally four times in the breast;' " ' ' '; ;;, 'i ;. ,. ' A New Arrangement. ,.we see 4 stated that the Post Office De partment nave instituted a.pew regulation, of .......... v..,viu.if auu iur.a;co think, Post Master General Campbell wil deceive the thanks of ever) letter writer in me coumry. J ne rule is that no letter shall. uioisi oi January next, oe mailed un leas pre-psid. u- -i r ' BTOur friend Cosinghah Hi on hand a nice lot of articles suitable for holydsy OCcssions esiaef almost everytnmg in the grocery line ui lauiuv u:. uivc nun a can. . SJlAl a late term pf the United SUres Dia trim Court for Maryland, Chief Justice Taney decides) that, nnder Ihe new Constitution of tbat btate, no interest higher than six per -cent, can be charged and legally collected ai more is ouargeu principle and interest are -'DOiniOSU i, .f. i;'.',; .-i : CTOur friend Cuahbim has provided him on rum m viiliks assuruneni 01 aruciea in hiaUw auiuble for holiday piesents, and our feader,who wish gifta for, iheir frienda, can Ot.find a better ,ot mora . desirubls place to Qtakja.purchases ilpao.at pbambers'. Remem- oer met i The Governor's Election to be Legally Tested in New York. V-Frorhhe followiag.vwhicb we clip from tbe TTew YptR Herald of the IBta it seems Gov, ijjiliMn'i'b6uU the election of xiais, oiaoj pontni. ine ijeraid says: ,,r "The Albany Atlas of yesterday publishes the'oifliclal canvass ofthe "rotes given in the recent Stale election, and animadverts upon the course of Ihe canvassers with regard to sculiering'Totee', contending thai .if the obvious intention of voters hart been carried out. Gov. Seymour would have been re-elected bva nin. lality of 165 votes over JJr. Clark. The Atlas rt n rt 1 1 AaJ nikal,il a. Ittl. I 1..' .II. ' vvuviuuci miciuoiM wivu i no IQI lOWin gig 'till cant observations: 4t(inv. Svm nlir Pfln Vlaai tber, by bis inaction, jiv validity to the cer tificate jwhipfiiec area .WrOark elecjed,' nor .prevenl any oifieeK) ftom queitlon'ihg jt by le- i ptoeess.,.,-nvaie citizen have made par tial exposition of the case to eminent counsel nA bare obtained positive and -unreserved opjorpnitoj the invalidity of Jkf. Clark'a claim vue, iicuiwe coait.,,, what,.' way .that Fl'l'tmpeaphedV V hew ,the validity of his acts is to be quet(oned;.,and at what stage of hia ,admipiratian, are ms'lers that belong no. .to the newspaper press, but to in terested citKens, and Uteewjera tht Ihey .may enlist.- , . , SHQ ' , id we was Soon sun, her Distressing accident to a young Lady. Arnnaoeipnia .paper aaysr , , ' "A painful accident occurred on Friday in the NorrjsJownMilrosd, at the Fall'i station Isabella, eldest, daughter or the late Richard Pyqii i Smith; do altempiing to jump outpf the 4ra- beToia. tbey iopped, slipped ami felL Botfl hit lovti llmba were thrown kinder the1 whrtls. ' Ss attempied to.draw Jiprself under thears;to save, bre; ffuHj the -wtmis.- jbut had only time to with,jraV, ihojag,,,, J,i U wheela passed over the oilier just below the re-J 6hii6i R d'l1iat,fhre ity f aiving iu The limb baa been amputsiad." s.'r Jo i. iji oAi . ita id t, t-j oi i :. 1 but Bin lot but olio tha iiora t. i The Infernal Machine Case. Tha trial of William Arrison, charged with causing tha daathof Mt. and Mrs.' All w in . . ' .nnay, oy mean. .f, Infernal Mhine, tao account or whiche gave our reader at tha lime.) Wss concluded i rinii..tL Wednesday evening the 20! hih t.,tiiin f . -15 304-b' - 'uKl0 fumyof murder in tl Hrrt it- - i ikiiovi ion h tte only tue iinon record, io. whicban Infernal Machine, accom- Dlishe' th r. . . . . . and th. T:r:'JB ---umuBuiijovsBQer rneiawaofrte land, and !ll expiate hia- crime upon the gsllowa may console himself by the reBectu,. h.i .m. i i "i"-" ,u- tamously immortal, The esse of Arrison pre- sents another strjking proof of the truth of lie scriptureassertionlhat."Thewvnrihin: pressor ia hard." h.i..,i . t.-,' a sJ .... : . .......g,. uiai, ana Was defended by able counsel, but the proofs of his euilt were so ov,whimin,l rand the chain of circumstances so connected. Unj'ii.i..".:.-:...,.. ..... " . B.aseaoiy io mm as me man, that no Juryesirausef doing halfrieht. Would do otherwise than convict him. Every thing taken into considers) inn, ih , ' ' " not adequate to the crime. When we consid er tae calmness and sssiduity,yetosuti n with wnicn he wo.ked at and completed the infer nal thing wbioli was certainly to accomplish nia purpose, a fiendish and determined malie nily is manifested, which wa could hope rest- " nean oi any Human beina. There was a deep conning system in all his move ments, well calculated to divertjuspicion from lumself, but, "the best laid schemes o' men and mice gang aft together," and by attempt- s wucpuoy every iraca winch might fasten guilt iipon bimself, Arrison raised ud witness- etwhtlim,. i....J..1......., ... .. -"uvii wag uiJUUUUiCU as the poonday sun. He hsd a and clear fair, patient nni iMnnai:i a i ... ...ijj-.Liai iciai ana puoiio opinion pro nounces the verdict "right!" We clip from the Times of Thursday evening the following nonce oi ine conclusion of the trial THE JURY ROOM. . After the Jury retired, the Court ordered a recess until 6 o'clock in the n; tu i . ----- a- " Court; pared IImhhIu &k.;o i .... uucuu amuuiieu oi ma outside, to Kuura inu rRKnnn fn tho noiia ,.r i t The Jurors sat at", ubto a- ti. Z". '. in ailence, sbut gradually annroachinir uud dia. cussing the esse. After dinner, sndau inter- Chlt-riffa ff .faeaf tattt M.a. ... . i Indiiigibe' prisoner uili of in h! first iir ii ..i. ' " . I whnaXerC' for .hem. X ,1,1," uJT. I "I first degree. It was taken solemnly, mu! . anil.! ., , " " h.'vu, ..I- i, .. ii , it,.., . :f, ,, Yeaa .; i-, ; , ,-. , .i jq Those voting, in'lhe'neestive cave their r. son, and points upon which they doubted, were iiameu. viiierniieeu or twenty minutes bad been thus soenn Z". I.a whieb resulted, , 11 I Yess Nays In a few minutes a third baiint v. hii wnicn resuiteu, f. . :v.. . v. . , .,- leaa , ' , j2 By which 'the Jury Screed In ronnrt diet Of euiltV 0 f murdrr th. L. i ; The third ballot occurred alter the JuryM uvtu ,u "eir room auout an hour. They an nounced the laci that iheyt were ready to re- auuut o ciook, out the Coort hot bein in session, they were detained ia the Jury fUnm lln.il It nll. . " . ' THE EVENING SESSION. - a nine aitersix o'clock tbecouit room was again opened to spectators, a laree crowd of whom were in. waiting. Even ihe xhai. served for the fair sex soon filled wit h tn.ii inaiue me uar n was soon Known that Ver- diet had been agreed upon. What it wos, was mu xnown, out it was easily guessed at. - "Early verdicts sre always sgainsl the prison- er, was whispered m more than one ear, and the general expectation was against tbe ao- turcii. a aoiemn anxiety, was depioted on every countenance, a dread wish to hear the wiuB ujiuu wnicn ine uie ot a tellow- Deing oepeiuied. The jury came Into Court each and every one presenting that demeanor m iiicu jiuaiuuu. xue utmost silence in- sianuy prevauea.. , : , , . , ,( .. , APPEARANCE OF THE PRISONER. ' With the jury, tht prisoner, was brought Miiuuuuri, anu iot ine nrai rune during his trial, was placed upon the prisoner's bench. ne loiaea nis nands the jury. We had a tenance. It was sorrowful and turned his eres to fair vie , of his coun wrowfi.i. niu -t, .... ... . . T' ""VTU wuu care, yei nxeo. ' All occasoiona , tn drawn sigh, and a nervous twitching of lherl,0n fingers, were tbe only signs of emotion. Yet his appearance seamed pitful. The oreanioi. may have affected our vision, but we no T longer saw in him the Iml.l vnn. lh the most clonclusive evidence against him and buoyed by hope. He seemed to feel bis fate i APPEARANCE OF THE PRISONER. THE RENDITION OF THE VERDICT iiicwia mn ma jury mney had agreed upon a verdict. Utter ailencn nrev.ii " . the foreman arose and passed the sealed ver. diet to the Court. It was ODened and r..j . su "We the jury, find the defendant. w;in Arrison, GUILTY OF MURi-Eb in tud cinoi Licunttn, as cnargea in tbe indict- When it was read there waa a mm .mnn. the spectators, ss if disposed toanniaiirl n, said rather loudly, "That is right!" but prompt call ot theDeputy-Sheriff for order was instantly obeyed. . The announcement iimue no cnanee in the Drisoner'. ennni.n. ance, a deep drawn sigh was his only response. A young lady sitting by ihe aide of Judge krlirin hi.iol inf. 4.. . sn . . ....... asm iuiv icon.i uesirousoi sparing '" ifiiauuci v- rcuiiKs is miirn an nnscihiat Deputy.SherirTHigdon gave him a Beat be- ninu me cnenn's oesk, where he waa free from i the gase of the spectators, which was nxeu upon mm. ;. ,, .; i he jury was polled, and each hirer, as hi. name waa cilled. resnonndsd in ih They were then discharged by the Court, who inarmeu mem ror meir patience throughout luug aim icuiuus iriat. .: 1 ia in that the the MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL. Jbdge Key on behalf otthe defense, made a motion tor new trial, ami aak.A.. . m - . v I I1VOI VI judgement, jne court ordered the motion be entered ort the minutes. The motion presume'. Will be argued at an .ariv .i.. After this, the Court adjourned. , J ' Main wise love" ONE FRIEND TO THE LAST. Websve mentioned that when the'venliei rendered, a young lady btint'into ira.i. after,! he seated herself beside the prls oner, and engaged in close conversation with curing whi h tears flowed freely down cheeks We understand that during his here last- summer, ha. naid hia ad. dresses to this young Isdy. She was subposn ed by the Stale to testify against the prisoner, took the summons ao much t heart, thai Prudoa the Proseeatittjr Attorney, agreed to call her aa a witness. Wt-are not aware hat Ihe prosecution expected to prove by bef suppose it waa nothing of era( rnrrm.nt.J naa taen irt constant aitendanoe dnririg irial, manifertinga great interest in the proftedin. 'She continued in dose mnv.r. satlon wiih tlie prisoner Until he was' taken ine - ' him, are when in No. or ing there '.artlsflic ' RETURN TO JAIL. The prisoner was escorted back to jailabotit seven o'clock. He it nl i.nrt tiDM Pre'oua with hopo, but be returned a l??nT'c7? pueref.' Instead of eoaductinn rnmiO fill Old AllftrtAML UiW MrT.t!t tnlr kim 1o wh.ti. Ww. ..The F.lai oi Huxde. era Room It is s amall apartment in theold bnildmg, front ins on the main' antrsnee. a comfortable but welt secured apsrtaient.1 It l call tt Murderer's Room, from the Tact. that .fk.j...,!.u. f! .mm always been confined n that Pnt. and the Fatal Room, from the fact "at every inmate of the ansrtment. so con- ?nC.p. Jame. ltm. mons, nsvesanered Ihe full penalty Of the " is the room where Cows n, Hoover, v"1,' 1?ounl' ni otber r,len'' Pn' o?a. it liar been well clesnsed.and com orUb v furnishi.,1 l, ihi J !.. mhn .n ticipsted the verdict of the iur. - ' I T'1? rrioner had but little to say.. As soon wwken into tt.e room, Jnilor McLean '""eO.h.m that ho bad an unpleasant duly w penorm, that be must atrip him and esam. jne his clothing. The prisoner made no ob jection, but immediately clianfed tverv narti P e r.'olh'np, putting 0n those- furnished by me jauor. Those he look off wc taken possession of by. Mr. McLesn. who searched ihera. - The nnsoner reouesied the Jailor to t)Urn ome Papera in hia pocket-book, which '".?n " his presence : At an early hour ne inrew minse f rtnnn hi liwl. anil nvrenrfi wsssoon saleep. He will be keot in elose confinement. , None but his relatives or at torneys will b allowed to communicste with him, and they in the presence of one of the of- ncera oi me jail. REVIEW OF THE TRIAL. This trial, from ils tieculiar character, has elicited general interest. The awful death of Allison and hia wife shocked the o mmuniiy. and their murder pronounced a crime almost r.!!"".'!!! Ev"l citiz?H ktt ish outrage.aod at first naturally looked among moe, aierpea with crime, and imbued with humJn bl?1, 0ne circumsiance, and then " nd another, until Iheir combination destroyed all lvicled prisoner, a young man, but little known and that little in bis favor.' as the murderer. He had fled j a largo reward was offered for nis arrest, ana lor months tbe police were oo his track, . Tfafy lost sig .t of him, but again, uy mo sirgniesi mistaKe. discovered bis where abouts, arrested bird and brought him to trial me eviuence against him was unknown to the community. No preliminary trial wns hsd iu ihe case : f ,:PPpe.r.nce of the prisoner 1 An. FfaLPr?"wed teimony pro "iceu oy tne mate was anpa ins B III; lit) LHSiminilV oivun An u hulnf. Ih 1 H" 5" of courlockeju 'in the of the juror,. This increase'd. the pub- uc anxiety to learn what would be devp nnml : . . . ' 1 was in hia lavor. He boldly declared bis innoctnce.nrld expressed no fear of a lair and impartial irial; uu uia conuuev peciued anythinu but aunt OI . The history me prisoner, lor live Oavs. was Droduced from some forty witnesses, straneers to each other, and one not knowing what the other would testify, but sllcounectine the Drisoner wuu ine iniernai machine. The box whnh contained tha deadly instrument, and which iMa. oen gereu in rragments, was produ ce(1, . 1 1)8 c'Penter who made it, knew it by unerring wsrks, and pointed to the prisoner as the man who bad it made. !' V , Ihe cord upon which was written the di rection, was recognised by the msn who had penned it, and who knew the Drisoner was the man who ordered it. A quarrel with the de ceased, and personal threa.s of the prj oner, appeared beyond, disnule. and in furl. (rm Thursday morning to Monday evenjng, he was imccu, vngageu in ine preperation pi his mur derous box. Yet the Drisoner did notl How will the defense meet this array of evi. ilenee, was enquired by everyone. ' 'They 'met H lamely. They relied solely upon the prison er's previous good chsrscter, and th dying declaration of Allison pointing to another ai the perpetrator of th atrocious murder. 1 hose who read the testimony, and follow- i ea the case throughout its tedious inv.iiir lion, had but one oninion thai the nri,m,,r i. M muraerer: 1 . y Sucl WM the general sentiment,' such the anticipated verdict of the lurv. - Able counsel appeared on both aides. The rrosecuting Attorney and his assistant, con ducted the prosecution with marked ability "nu ne argumems oi the opposing counse e masterly efforts. ' A hsll day was em Hiuyeu in cmpaaneuing jury, and a more "onesl one wsa never empannelled in ibis co"nly- Four days and a half were ocaupitd BaminauoB oi wnnessea, and fou days in the argument. Fvery indulgence was allowed the defense, and the prisoner's counsel all declared that he had a fair and impartial trial.!" Though the court room was crowded through the entire proceedings, there WM no wild ei?ilenr ent.n eutside attempt to '''fl the nroceedings. everybody felt an interest in the case, but verv niiaf u.. - -vw inai o iuii iiiycsu- ndthst justice alone be meted m, , .. ; ' ; v ' . ' I ends our notice of the celebrated case ""'ance in our country, ir not u wrld, where it was proved that an ir.fer "&l machil,e' kil,e1 ,ne being for whom it WM m ; VJ"; a ki of , American aid to Russia. ..... n...... ..... r,rope to join the army and fortunes of Nicholas he Baltic, the last steamer, took Mr. Rose. velt, a prominent lawyer of New' York, who, besides going on an enterprise to dispose of most fatal war missile to the Russian Aulocr t. also to take the post of a general in tbe grand army. 'Besides him, there aie other prominent men to follow, and they are so far the secret ofthe Russians as to say publicly it is the intention of the caar, in tbe spring, to open the csihpaign on the most for midable foundation, and to carry the war into Great Britian iUelf I So far,. however bloody contest, it is scarcely to ba; doubted that war baa just begun! to ,. the ger JTThere Is no place in tbis country, or any other, such fine' clothing, manufactured so faabionably, of such excellent material and. in workmsn like a manner, may be obtained cheaply, as at Sisaoub 4Co's,"No. 113 street, ' Cincin'nati. ,EcooomisU anil men all acknowledge this fact.;, ' , rrDo you wantto present a friend or lady He n Col. the '' with an acceptable token of femember- Io 'Bia'i iNo. 10 Fifth Streetikhri have take a likeness pf yourself, -.flis picturea gems of the artJifelikei and correct and furnished at the loweat 'rates; ' Call and see you visit the city. "1' ' . ;, --) -., . HJAt the Fair heldat Mecbani6sr InstiioteV Cincinnati a few weeks'' 4nW''t 88 Fourth Street, waa awarded medal the finest Daguerreotypes. It Is astonish' Ibe'Wficieucy and skill exhibited by the operators at hia rooms. .Tbe pictures taken! are the finest in everything constituting skill.' "- " " ,,r. A, ai, i, 1if Clonal P. WiifiAMa haa just opened an other lot of Fresb Grooeriea, selected with offurnwhing the goed people of Eaton aometbing' luce fortneholidavs. "' i, M. O -H The Martha Washingtonians Holland was hired to burn the host.' Several of the prisoners had told him that several of me ooxea on oosra me ooat were fiUled witb asiuratefl paper, in order to make aure work, Anotner witness testifies that he, at-the re-in nuest oflhe nminnBr'fiiin,i iu.- k.D, .i(t leaiherhain0. .n ....(... i.i::.i...i e-i .uuiuti iiiuiTiuuaj fill six more, which were shipped on board and marked "Kipp Boots," With a diamond C, and other things of the same nature. It is 1 ...,.. , . , ' , ' nota little strsnge, however,, that after ao much labor in hunting up testimony; after so many trie's, and after so thorough a sifting sstbe case hss had. never till now w.. ihu We have bad the intelligence of Capt CcniNa's soqultlal of the charge of murder, in the burning of he Martha ?athmglon, sad of re-arrest immediately aftet bis released pn a charge of arson. A letter 10 the Cleveland Herld, written at Helena oa tbe lib, before tbe verdict in the Mnrder chargewas tfnnoun ced, mentions otber dark features 111 tbis sin gular affair, but whether truth or fancy, we know not. The -letter says in order to sus tain the charge according to" the indictment, it waa necesssry to have Corr, who was on board the boat, whose son-in-law, "daughter, and two. children found a watery grave. , Re port says be Was shot about four weeks ago, butby whom, or under what, circumstances. not yet known. It now becomes necessary to prove tbe des'h. , A messenger has gone 145 miles for the proof. The letter goes on to say that new testimony has been disclosed of a damning nature, as follows:' One witness swesis that capt. (Juhmings told bim that neie testimony brought out ? Cin.-.En. Brigham Young's Successor. How the Mormons, and especially Gov, Brigham You g, will like to have a CArisiien Placed, over them as their Chief Executive, we have yet to learn. - That Col. Steplor will be an official not to be trifled with, no one who knows him will be spt to question As iu w..i;,wf. tt , . . ' the Washington I7n.m says, he is in lineal rank a captain of artillery, and who has twice been breveted for gallant and meritorious con- duct in the battle of Cerro Gor.io and Ph.t. V - . .. . h BuU ,w, 0, course, weti Known to tbe vuoie couniry in mat relation. In addition to this, all who are acquainted with him. either personally dr in his official capacity, bear tes- timony .to th. dignity snd manliness of his chsrscter, his intelligence, his extensive inl formation upon subjects not connected with hi., profession, his eminent HU,ti: -..4 , . ,r ,. . " lo the conscientious and religious temper of his minJ 1 II .1 - . 1.:. ... ' . . . I n uiiiiu. mi incac are quai ilea wnicn Siena IV fit him tor the delicate and important duty of Governor of a Territory so peculiar in its con dition and population as Utah The Elephant in Court. The Elephant was in Circuit Court at Indi anspohs on Tuesday last. It was the of David Hoy vs the Elephant, by his next fcgr frienda, Robinson and Eldred, the mensearie men. Tbe points in the case were mainlyi that lost summer Hoy and family were emigre- ting West from Ohio, and on the road met the rhenagarie, and "saw the elephant," as many Other good people before them bad done. Hoy'a horses became fri ktenod, Dd iumbred wsgoiwife, children and goods, down by the roadside, into a deep thud-hole. Damar-ea we're suej for andthreehundreddollarsrecov- ered. Robinaon and Eldred say the big fello eha . it ;, :. .,. , , 8 . " shall pay t if it takes the last rag In his trunk. A Scamp at Large. About a year since, the circurnsfanoee rels- live to a suit b.ought against Wm.K. H.li.at that time superintendent of the Harlem Rail- road, for a breach of promise oi marriage and seduction, by Miss Annie Howard, now ef Washington, and formerly of thiscity, were published; and it was subseouentlv atate'd . - mat 8ne nau obtained a verdict of i8,000 ainst him. isino. iui'iu. i,. il..:.t for the benefit of the in,M .,.Km;...., J j , . , i . i.c nuuauu couniy j, jan, and recently obtained a discharge from his debts, by means which he escspes the penalty, and leaves by the young lady without redtesa. Ex. Villianous Outrage. niuiiuerisviiio, uisego couniy, n, x on Sunday nisht last, a girl or fourteen years bad been attending an evening 'meeting, and left before the services closed to prepare the house the reception of tbe family and other friends, leaving the place of meeting, she waa fol lowed by some fiend in human shape, who went into the house after her and threatened cut her throat showing a knife at the same I p. , , .. . ; umeroniess she complied with bis demand.. through, fright she fainted, and while in that condition he committed a brutal outrage upon w i s j r person. On the aDDroach of the famitv villianfled. ed and Ibe Singular Robbery. a tew eveninga ago, as Col. J. W. M. Baa- iaw, of Rome; Qt.i waa iidinein the 6ars to Augusta, in company with bia family, a stran look a seat beside' Lim, and aAer aome reau whj conversation suiceeded in adminiaierinv m chloroform until he became' insensible .hen cut the button, otf hi, oyercoa't and extracted from his side pocket a package of ilion amounting totft.lfiO.i Not itnni.n. oiiii he took from the ptntaroons pocket the i i, - ,f'. ., r , be ColoneJ'a wallev containing about 81,000. and only .! . " I . mauegoou nts escape .At the last aocounbi 'lent B. hid not recovered from the iffeota of 50,jld chlorotorm. ' :' ; ' "TS!'.:.- v: ' ' , work Brakeman Frozen to Death on the Hudson river Railroad. Th. u..!i:j.- . ' . ,, . i T- .minu, , WbXh left AibaiUrt.? o'Clnnk Rnn.tnv .v.n. I ttrn. In. rfi.1 m 7:T 'T" . j -" "M,,5'o Mir iaje npur.yea- terday morning, pwgfp theidepth of anow on ine iraca. ... , ; state The experiences pfjhia train on the journey fom are said to have been nf th. m. ;:. nn.i k;;.,.-k. ", ivr 'lZ . ' 8 " i wan way io nuoson, ine snow wnen Was SO deep that the Conductor Waa nllli0ld I. I miiv 5?Jd.M.k. W A,bart7 ff anbw-plow. It is are said that In ac-me place the snow waa piled train Waa waiting at this point the sufferings impor of tbe passeugers from cold ar lepresented to prove ,r. . " 'A'remo- A ne 'irain waa was literally embedded im the enow, witk a brova. piercing cold Wind from the north-esUiM' : I time.1 uoroi tne waaemen, named Xohn Doyle, ; was frozen to death. '-Two of the nfftaeneers that ere a,lso bsrjly;; frowbitten'.'-', Ncv York he Trm,, ltKAiast'' ' .' i . had i.,;'ki i -p-oi j.j ,;..iJ Eaton Ohio, Dec. 19, 1854. At meeting of a majority of the members of the Torrent Fire company of Eaton Ohio, called lor the purpose of electing five trustees and one clerk to serve as incorporate mem bers, the following proceedings were had: On motion of G. W. Gans, Benjamin P. Larsh waa called to the chtir, who thereupon took Ihe chair and briefly stated tha obiectof ;lsaid meeting. ; ';: ' un motion of R. S. Cunningham, Warren. M. Campbeil was appointed Secretary of aaid meriing - - On motion of J. II. Fooi, Rnoltied, That themembersof this company now proceod to elect eioa voce, five members of this company to serve as incorporates or' trustees and one member as clerk ol said board of trustees snd thereupon L. ,T. McCibe, W. H. H. B. Minor, John P. Ac'.on, John Nesl, and Jacob Foos were duly elected said trus tees aiid H. B. Vanauatlal Clerk. ' ' Ou niolion'ol J. H. Foos,: '.' : Rttolved, That this company be called Tbe Tortent Fire of Eaion Ohio." BENJAMIN F. President, W. M. CAMPBELL., Sec'y. I ceitify the above to be a correct copy of the Droceedinis had at ssid mettin on the of said 19th of December 1854. WARREN M. CAMPBELL, Sec'y. Elopement of a Married Woman in Virginia. r We "have already given a brief account' of elopement case, eopied from one of the Ifelerabure papers. The resscontsinsfur : rIUUU'"rH "ou' wu'?n lnBl 10 ladv in onexltnn ia nm 1. nut irnri.: ,vm large and beaming, not very conversational, allll0ugh her lips are plump and pouting. She , CU"C'M l wa .wing, school in if. y and up to very recently resided with her hus- band, an elderly maii. many vears her aenior.i between two lines of railroad diverging from """sburg. Her paramour, a gallant oun? ''n im eyes tnaispeaa and a tongue thnt persuades, studied medicine in New Yorkj anu there became acquainted with her, which acquaintance was renewed not long since in Richmond. ' The husband or the lady fol lowed the runaways to Washington, where he found bis wile's name entered unon one of Z' h ZXTZ dining room he discovered his runawsv half lu ielly indulging in creature comforts, but lle! was no 8enll,;m" within some distance of her. A handsome-looking you nr gentle- man. however, took hi. t .... h ,i mn, end was mos'l civilly attentive to him 1111 aia"e was over. As the ' ladies retired nusoan. tapped his w,ie on the snouiuer, sayimv r'Wrral are you doing here. Mrs. ?'. The lady started, but with much aeir-conhdence answered, "I've come to see .what l"eJ' d0 n Congress. WhHt are you do- 'Z: "VTTvI ;4n iR"'' ' T .c" " the husband. They retired to the 'chamber, snd although the husband had a good revolver " pocsei ana a niokory stick in his hand, ii""" "? n'ot. MJ. " thi,1 biJ "'mseii in mat room. They are to ieturu to- ward their abode, and weunderstand matiera p k n -1 1 r .. " " uciv uuue arawu uo lor a flivnrce a mii ti thorn While the re united counle were talking, it seems that ihe attentive voumr gent, Who was no other than the gay Ken tuokion, paid his own bill, and made tracks oeiore any cat could get out of tne bag ! . All that onr readers now desire is to know the names. These will be out some duv or other Richmond Dispatch. Richmond Dispatch. Conclusion of the Arrison Trial. Richmond Dispatch. Conclusion of the Arrison Trial. MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL OVERRULED. STATEMENT of the PRISONER. THE SENTENCE OF DEATH. - , ; , lri , v f c?nctosioji or the argumept for a new Judge Flinn took until Saturday mhrni nir. Mr. Prndpn. An tl.A pMlof the State having declined to reply. L... V P -l 0 c'ook' 1,18 Ho lor l0"k seat ul,on :he bench, and proceeded to review the argument. He referred fi it as Presented the counsel for the defense ort his three several points: 1. That new produced in relation to the ioentitv. as fur. f!lbr set ,forh th. fiBJt't of Mr. Garroots, nlrar " tVTOngTf Court. 3. That the verdict was contrary to 'he evidence. Hl" ""j?0'' w reviewing Ihe case and the ar- '' Z !! imoartial investivatinn niTeren hv ii,. ci.f. i .- n kj ,iiv uiBica ,nu 01 lne mc consumed, which, though it " lengthy, was not at all too much; and j .v....,..nMi5 .imi, Jiv jau IlllUCeOI """"V uc" "7. ,c" nl."", "l ne. Vlar leeiiug, iwice admitted error in the nnuing ot a jury impanneled to try cases ol m.mt"it n "fst degree, end overruled ver perfect asposible. wm- Arnson, the defendant, was then w.a ,n ,font or nd commanded to isiaiiaun. , - - JuiIlp Ptinn ih.n prisoner aa follows: " William Arrison, you were indictedby the in r,i iii.ii ..a ' ursi aecuon. ot the diets. His conscience and his heart, fortified his Understanding of the law, bad sustained himj and now, perhaps pronouncing the last decision called for liim in his present official capacity, ne was stilt surrounded and sustain by the same honest convictions and'ludv. merit that had heretofore been his guide. ir. uicKson, gave notice that exceptions wuum ue maae io me ruling oi the court. juoge nnm said that, until Monday 10 o'clock, the Court would be in readihess to entertain the exceptions made by counsel, and hoped they would make them as full and the Ibe case was submitted to a Jury of your eliuer clerk countrymen, and after a patient .deliberation 1 "Th. '.t-J veruici was renaerea. i'l he clerk tben reau me veraict.j Have you anything to say whj mo uuun buouiu noi now proceed to sen tence you?" "'' ' , ' Ihe prisoner replied : ww.w w.w uviuw .u..i. icci ureu io oe '1 but whether they would avail me riov. i c,nD?t ay. 1 foridljr noPed t0 et Mw tri 1 TZLT ilion couniy, to ut a man to death wiioout givii'g him time" to prove fan. innocenee: pi. Wi'nl! -n0S.?e'iM'Ilf.-,hin ,deat" io confined in the Ja I. Time to the cuitiv roe, to confirm their , Vr ? :1 -5"iy W. . " : PUI vuuu- that if I had time, there bre'things that 50,jld be brought to light that would prove rnv fnnecencei notwithstanding the beautiful net- work of testimony that lumranda me," I did Vf . " Lw,T. m P" Would ? to prove'here I was on , the " 5 ore '?e explosion,-' If ... w ii.." i. vouiu prove wnere i i Tl,.l. .nAth. ximmLi....i; i - T .. "'' v " V'.utimiaiiue. , wpea mouiiougn came to the Jail to identify me bysl waaatanding rieaf tho' atowA'Wiii that t never attempted' to' keep myself being seen;1 'by 'any . person who was u.ti vkVi'i '-. - 'CL r.iT?f;iM "6" " . on ine piatrorm wnen Mcuu.iougn visiied the JaiK rButtbis h. nfnn imn.rl.n.. In 1 1,. . jn.L .. otNer things I flatter mysolf that! "could substantiate.' 1 1 could prove that 1 never gave' impor ant or not, 1 cannot say;' but it' Would thst one link in this beautiful chain uiuaen. - i ntre are '. omer things I CouM brova. but. as before aaid: t LLS J.A time.1 I have nothing more to sav" 1 " ThkJi.dge' ssid that ho bad fondly ho-d some showing WhnW w,.,t. ti ".r? would bo relieved of the solemn duties , hi to perform, hnt,,, h i. V'T h? 5 ; "37.T.Vi"?B:!-.T to A ' ' , be ing the m be ' Wi sss, than to 1 he trial had been approached by slow steps, snd witlr tearful eyesrbuWtrie result left but one couria, fix the. Court te .pursue. And in . view of this being probab y hia lost judicial act, he would say that, if any legcl opportu. tunity had been presented biro ef setting aside the verdict and granting a new trial, he would . . hare been pioud to, do so. . The taking pf a life of a fellow man was the saddest of. all, du ties, but the stern dictates of. the taw. nost be obeyed But no good reasons having been advanced, tha Court must proceed to its pain- ' f'.l duty a duty aa paiuful as the throbs of . death itself. : i- -.-.t - ,n "William Arrison, it is the sentence of the Court that you be taken from hence to the jail of Hamilton county, Vy the Sheriff and " therein confined until the ELEVENTH DAY ' OF MAY, 1855, and upon that day, between the hours of ten o'clock in the morniug and feur o'cloak in the afternoon, you. be ta- ken to the place of execution by the Sheriff, -and be. then and there HAGED BY THE NECK UNTIL YOy ARE DEAD." . I T Tbe prisoner remained firm and composed ' while being sentenced, and remained uhdia- turbed and apparently indifferent. His broth er, who stood by his side, trembled from head io root, ana burst into tears. The long delay, allowed by. the Court ba-. fore the execution of tljp senletice. , will ge the prisoner and hia frienda aufficient lime to produce aiiy new evidence, , if it exists, lhat may tend to set sside the verdict. , No more n rribleor revolting mur.er waa ever com mitied than that of which Wil iam Arrison. has been convicted. Dairy Col, ' Execution of Beheman Beherhan, the wretched tanrderer of the Wickham family, expiated hia crime on. the ' gallows, on Friday last. A Coireepondent of , the New York Times, writing from there tbe ' day before, says: ,:; ... .1:.,.T,;.;;.;: ,;". "Last night ihe culprit made a second at- ' tempt to effect his escspe, and would have 7 probably succeeded in accomnlirhing his Dur- pdseif he had had a little mpre time... Strange as r. may appear, although he was shackled with heavy irons, and handcuffed, yet heman-' aged to tear up at least .one-haif of bis cell" flooring, and to remove a large atone from the bottom of the main wall. Jn order to deceive Mr. Edwards, the jailor, he placed hia couch ovet the aperture be bad made. idr.Edwards observed that something was wrong, and, ad ' diiionnl precautions were taken to foil him in any future attempt either to liberate himself or commit auicide." . -,. .. "To day he was moch ohartged in his cob- ' duct. He seemed cheerful, and atone period danctd on the floor of 4ii$ tell, when a female, prisoner in another part Of the buili)ing , waa singing'Rory 0 More." ; . ,,. .-. ; . , , Great Robbery. The Cleveland Leader of the 16th, ult ssyj: "S. A. dillet, banker, Por'smouth, Ohio, was robbed at Crestline on Saturday night of 86,480, which he had in a carpet-bag. .He . had on his person 820,000, including that con 'ained in the carpet-bBg. Mr.G. stood alone, near the cars, with the carpet-bag between h is feet, hen he was attacked by two villians. One of them struck at him, and in attempting to ward eff tl a blow, he received a slight cut the arm from a bowie-knife, in the hands of the robber.. The other stoundrel seized the carpet bug, snd both disappeared in the ' dark.. It is thought that tl,ese.,iwo fellows, ' aware that: Mr. G. bad in- his possession large amount of money, followed bim, from ' Portsmouth; a it waa evident tht were? Dre. pared (or robery.-' " MARRIED On Thursday the 25th inst., by Rev. . John , Marquis, Mr. James Moaurr, to Misa Sasah.. : Poraita. both ofPrebleJo. ', v v -- , t)n the same day, by the same. Ma. Philip " SciiRsjNEa, tb Miss Amanw M. Wkiss, both of Eaton. . , ,"r ; ,j . ITAccompanying the above notice, cam!e, most delicious Wrdditief Cakef '6ne of Sny dera best.for which the newly wedded couple have the best wishes of te Printer fraternity hi ine Democrat office, for a loiig Jire of 'lniri terr(upted happiness,, May every. Christrat";i. produce its gift$ and the, union nerer be re gretted..!";,: 51 a -r v On Sunday the 17th day of December, by Rev. . Jobn Fowble, Jons Deokoot. Esq., Shi-riff of Preble county, to Mrs, Ann .M, Mass, of Cm. 55T" Now, lehabod, toddle up stairs and tote down that Old Machine. . Our Sheriff'a .been JMann-ed and com-awn-ded- us to notice the'ftel. D.v seguing a tUuadering big eake, (orre Of Laniua -A Degroot's best !) Put on a little Hummln'.bird and let bar' spin, Now, tdrri steadily until the gudgeon's greased. Lett'r 'weit. " ' Now John's done right the world Sail StarV And say things, tix lish wise or witty! 1 But what of (hat he'n got a wife -u , i- , I That's sweet and graceful; rich aid pretty. Ea7"The old! thing apinsji out quite familiarly. For years his work was serving Writs. k 1 Aiid making longnnd dry reports J- ;V . But now, he make this W return , ' liV ' "I have her body here in Court." " " l-nold on, you imp ot the tnferna! regiona . and Printer's Ink what the dcit does the old machine know about ' ;writs " Sweat returns" i and Court?" Some fW lb w'e been prostituting tbe hiiutrvment before' the Grabd" Jury, trying find out who set fire to Joe Show's Meat Shop .. little more Geese grouse and try again.' Whi , bus!, thrux-s-sr4, Letter ript , '.; But yet there must be something yrroisf, v f, I Ican'tseahowarbritfaaji-,Hi.','-i'ro With a Probate warrant for Woman i uf , .1 Into custody a jUdm,,tt , t, .. But Mill let's hope that all laright.' ' " . a" -i Tbat no mUtaJce may mar hU .Joya, l lc " 'NFortherBiatimeyettoamefidj .fin.-, .Vhzwi ; , , Withcrowdsof little girls a4boya,i. ;t Greaf Jerioaspnat! . Hold1 en. or ihi'diuek iyllB , to pay that cussed old machina ti 'oleni ffoln- into the ba ( hush l j Hue 1 Down' intq thf eal- larlet.beraiida'fi'.,, :, n 'A Wf-it y',;r' " An Expert Pickpocket. Festerday afternoon - of the raoal andal cioua pieces ;of 'robbery was committed nt Broadway jn open day light, tha aver we heard of, under the following circarDstancea a yUfWa Mr. Wm. Vipter of Boston, wassfand. in Broadway at tbe corner of Reada atreet ; ome expert rscalJooktN-opportumty, wheai . crowa pi pfrsonj passed Reside pm, q out ' breast pocket of hia ei?at out, ,whicb con tained about 8600 in bank bids and gold coin, with;, eJhicb -be.eseapcd.: before Mr, ,ftjtr knew of hie misfortune. .On diacrwerina hia en.tlrii, situation of bis outer garmenb, be made b wajrto the office of t.be, tjhief of Por WP J case, but aa, no, elf a coiild. : 'v given by bunas to' who the expert thief ? was, little cpd be done la relieve t.saax. '' ;: ITFour million 'r'Mtnlai tw 'ti'rt-. tridrts were lalelk toVa.V Arsenal at Woolrichfi EDglarid; C?r use jn IhO ? ' ' Crimea;" iV :.TT , .i ... . . .';',: vt.),)wj--'9'i "i, ItrSerfator Atchison of Missouri snd Gent 7. , Whilfieldildlegote irt-Ctihgresa from KaM . V were in St. Louis on Saturday last,' on nier way to Washington. " . . ITVenison Isseninc in' Sti LoniS thwiw beef." Fins te charters sell at from four eigh'.cfnts n.-rr-und. "' " ', .