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THK tHrJClfNATI DAILf PRIM la dltrrwl to
iibcrlbera In Cincinnati, OorlnKton and
urroundlnf cIIIm and towns, at
tha aTtrametr low
. prlo or
:: STKI CENTS A WEEK, s
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PrtrM of WnWna. SIiikIb cnpl. 'J rwnta: I monlb,
40rent; Smooth., Il; I jr.ar, IM 60.
NEW NATIONAL THKATRB -.!
fjtafcsa-i-; 1. 1. Imni MaukgAr"
Lat week lot nno of the Inimitable
And their minimum and talented comnanr.
fllinAY KVKNINfl, M,,y t, flrt night of tha
W laughable pantomime, entitled
0ai Tit. MfacftiKriTra Bov. '
Mater Trick. Boniface, rrnncola Ravel: Mr. Bln-h,
i: ""t,.'"' jMiniitti-r, a. i.,nniai,; nn.
h. T.il..d..: Hr.,l.t .XI. kvu w :
, -Mi, ri
notlli .Mik. ianta.tlqiie, Leoutlne t'aoel.
Most no'lllwly the la't night of the grand .pec
la iilor firy pantomlmo, railed
i v - Hl WAUIl) PU,I,S 1 -.
On, Tm CoMjeunt em.'
Vnrnh flrlnaldn, Onbrlel Ka.ol; Oolorada, Tranent.
ltavi-1; l),,n fcnuhl,), M. Toledo; Polthono, M.
l.prh.iITi llanil.lo, M. Augiinte; Kd Spirit, Mr.
I'ullly i The. Krog, Young America; Elvira, Miaa
l-nnicr. ; Marali, Laontluo Cape I ; Jowphlnc, Mlu
B-eond time of the bcaiitlrul ballet dlvertlwment,
LA PRIMA DONNA.
Order of IVrr.innnnee I. Schoolmaator i 1. La
j'l lnm Donna; i. Manic I'lllw. .
f( ( D'pt T H K A T P. K -CIO R N E R H I XT H
T AND VINK -f l i.,tX8.-JoMil A. bum,
jr., aolu Munngor and Los.).
Pmcta or AnMisMox.-DreM Clrcla and Paranatta,
BO cent.; ()all.-rr, 2.J cent.. -Cuaxuk
or Tm.-Toor ope at I o'clock : curtain
BKNKt'IT OF MISS tVAROLINK RICHINdS.
Second wock of the engagement of
MIM I'AUOLINK I11CIIINQS,
The American Prima Donna, and har father.
MR. PHTEB RIOHINGS.
f itlU uitflit of tlio nw nmmntic Opomtto Hpnrta
rlc, tuut l.uii so long boon in prrpnrntiun, entitled
THK E NJHANT li K.S8.
THIS KVEMNrt, iuy4,- and xirf wilng
fliirlnff the wrk, the txrand ipcctaculsr 'rumaoco
rinTK. Tlamir, Mr. P. RichiiiRi: Forte Brnchio.
Mr. Ilunu; Mutruoz, Mr. Hull; IMetro, Miss Kv
vritt. A lnjo of fifteen yonrn In mippocd to occur be
tween tlm prologue nud the drama.
On vuArTKKf) in the 1)rama. Knmlr, din mi I god an
me ii"iiiiii, rriur auiouio. j
d Aonlla, fr. lt Rl ; Dortoi
KlHor; Xikiucz. Mi. HhII;
Haiiii; Niimhii Jit in ha, Mr. .
the Iciiiiit, triur Autouio, Air. Itichiugrti Duke
ruriu umnm, Dir.
A ilu ma; HtAlla. ha
Kuul.uutrvM, il'ua JUchings.
1 jikes opi;ra.iioi-k-focrth.
B i'ltKET, hot woe n Vine and Wuluut.
H. N. I'ikb. ..-............Proprletor
J. F. MfcitUKUT TreoHun'f
retciw or AnmmtOH Pnmwtte Olrcle, Parquette
and Uiiloony, .V) centM ; Amphitheater, 35 rente : Pri
utte lioxeH fiireiirht rftTnoiin, Jts.
Bk Otn open from 1U A. 31. until 4 P. M., whore
eutH can lw necitrcd.
Notick. Door-t opn at 75 o'clock ; prformanoe
will coinmouce at 8 prtffmdy,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY KVENING8, May 4
GKRMAN OPERA COMPANY,
Fur two nights only. ,
Thp Ciyt'fNNATl MAENNERf'HOIl, undar the
diit t tion of J' rot. llharlud Itan,., will perform the
comic opera, in tlirto acta, en tit ltd
DER CZAR UNI) IMMEKMANN.
Prter T. Vttkr of Ruifda, by the name of Peter Mi-
t haclow, a CrpeiitT. : ,
Pet up lwnttnw, a young Ruffian Carpenter.
V. flett, llurffonifctU'r of flardaui.
Mury, hirt Niece, l ....
Admiral Lelort, Rust I an KmbattHndor, '
ord tb ndbain. KngMah Knibanmidor.
,MtintiH V. Chftteiiuneuf, Fi-eiuh t-JmliasHador.
M it, iiitiai4Vidtw of a htp Jarpent,r,
KVEMTa, Muy 7, lew, and every eveutng
durinfc the week:
" ?2tujBTft1ie fcvorttce Tha Star Troupe of tha.
. . . ,i- lrofewion. l-
' " " LATE GROIIGR CHRISTY'S)
t IIV ST TZ, 3H2 !
From Klblo'a Saloon, Broadway, N. Y.
R. 31. HOOLKY, S. t t:AMPBGI,b and O. W. II.
Till. ntMniialed tmope, eoinprilng fourteen of the
tnott hi iliiant ataraof tku arureirtlun, wilLppcar aa
a bore iu thoir Kraml original and unapproachable
For fcirthtrjpitrttciilarii, pee Htimll bills.
ADMISSION TO ALL PAUT8, !J5 cent.. Doom
open at 7 oYlock J to commence at s o'clock,
iiiy..t . , I.dUlS A. KWIHLKR, Agi'lit. '
AEW MUSIC, p
fI!H T ; PVniJHHED -
"THH f I fT.T.H.
I Hin 1 l.SI II." iliilirntaJ I,. tli
pupllh ot the liillnlioruiigu Fumula ikUego. By Carl
AugiiHttiM CIuhh. J'rice 30 cent..
. ,,. . , ; .-i - JOHN OHITRCR, J.,
W ' I Went Fourth -treet.
Uuitaraud Violin Hi
A CIHUC'R I.AT OP
quality of th?H6 Htringif hut been
thoroughly teeted Lv axDerienced
violin Dim i go. ue
Gultaritttn and Vlolinlnt-t, and pro-
uound tupetior iu every reepect. v
i 'It . JttllM I1HURCH. JR..
ma19 Ho. 60 Went Fourth-otreet.
riOLD IH KDATi PIANOS THE BFmT IN
-M A XI c,KLCA.ntook urupe (ol
New York) powerful toned double
Knind-action Concert IManoa. pro
nouueed hy LUtB, Thalberg ana other
iirn.it u.rti-rM thA 1mh1 In fivfittfiiiiw.
We will Hell lower for cah than any other dealer In
the city. I' In no and Melodenmi tuned ami repuirud
thoroii''hlv. PianiM to htt at from &A td Stt mraoar-
tr. Mu-sicnl inatiuiiicntn selline t half-prices. Do
not buy or rent a Piauo until you have called aud ex
amined the above.
UJUTf INO A BR0M Sole Agents,
t i Piano Dealera and Milkers.
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and twelvt doiien a beautiful Lithograph Rliow.
card accompaiiyinKeHcn paeKiixe.
PnorriONH. -tfitoicK bh an oh fam
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inyauil Booua; iarMiramH wuiWcuwd Bauiaaud
Dried Bujl'j f) iil"illx)tl
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ROB HKKHIN1H.-JI'!T KKCBITED,
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. VOL. Ill, NO. 68.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
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if 1T3 Y 1 ' ' ' ' l' k rr v - r em I
I ittm Miami 17 minute faater than City time,
0 A. M. and 11 P. M. Colunibua Accommodation
4 P. M. Xenla Aeoomniodatlon, 6 P.M. , ,
UiNonntAn,' Hamiltok Ann DaYtox t mlnntea
fiuitor than City time, 6 A. M., IOiIO A. M., ai30
P. M. and rl P. M. Hamilton Aeconiinodatlon, 8 A.
H. and 3i50 P. M. . .
Onto awn Miiairri 11 mlnntea .lower than
City time, 4i!l9 A. M. and 5i33 P. M. LonU.ill
Accommodation, 9 P. M.
lKniANArm.il Ann Oiwoikkati II minute .lower
than Lily time,) A. Al ., !i,,'0 A. M. and 0 P. M.
Mariitta add C'mcniKATi-tT mlnntea faater than
City time, Si 4.1 A. M. and 3i30 P. M.
CoTmoToif ard Lr.xixoTON-lClty time, 0iSO A.'
M. and ttilO P. M.
L itt li BtiAMi-3i50 A.M., 8 A. M., 1 ti04 A. M.
nd 4l40 P. M.
Ohio and MrasiHtm-fftSS A. M., l'Ji'JS P. M.
and OiSO P. M.
CiNcniNATJ, Hamilton and DaVton Ti45 A. M.,
10i40 A. M., 1 P. M., 3i30 P. M., Ti35 P. M. and
1 NDlAVAPOLtB AN' CTN0INNATl-7t43 A. U., 1
A. M. and 0.30 P. M.
Maiiitta and Cincinnati lOiOfl A. M. and
0il3 P. M.
Covinqton and Lbxinoton 11 A. M. and 0t33
The Supreme Court in Sessions, at Spring
field, alasi., lost week granted nine divorces.
The Catholics of Oalwar, Ireland, contribu
ted $2,500 to the cause of the Pope on Palm
There were several thunder storms in
France in January. A church was struck
by lightning on the north-western coast. , 1
M. Bellioni, of Metz, has employed alumi
nium in the construction of physical and topo
grapical instruments with good success.
' Preparations were being mode at Aspin
wall for the introduction of pure fresh water
into that city.. . , . i
The material of the suppressed Univtrt es
tablishment has been restored to its owner
Louis Veullot, by the Paris police.
Senator Broderick's will has recently been
proved in New York City, and found to be
Mirrors are now made by precipitating
platina instead of silver on the back of the
Alphonso Gaskill, an Englishman, de
stroyed himself with poison, iu New York, a
day or two ago, for want of employment.
The Knoxville (Tenn.) Regiiter says two
distinct shocks of an earthquake were felt in
that place on the night of the 24th.
: A man is taller in the morning than at
night to the extent of half an inch, owing to
the relaxation of the cartilages.
The good people in Portland, Me., are now
reveling over the first salmon of the sea
son. . . ; . . , .;.. v
A young girl in Paris received proposals
from rival lovers on the same day, and at
night committed suicide. . ... . t
The suicide of R. Elr Camnbell. the Keo-
knk(Inwa) banker, is ascribed to bis belief
in opiniuaium. , . .
A citizen of Enfield. N. C. named Svkes.
died suddenly of apoplexy on Saturday
morning in the cars neur 'YY ilmington, N. C.
In Mobile, Ala lost week, Thursday, eleven
married men were beaten at cricket by eleven
bachelors, i , :
An apothecarr in New Bedford. Mass.. F.
H. Dodge, came near losing his life on Tues
day, iy tne explosion ot a soda fountain.
A number of hozs have died recently in
St. Mary's County, MdM from eating lo-
CUSIS.I ' .
The London Timet, in its report of the
great prize lieht, says: "Authors, poets, paint
ers, soldiers, and even clergymen, wore, pres
Laura Grissly, a pretty and accomplished
girl, drowned herself in the river at Colum
bus, Miss., recently, on account of a love
Adah Isaacs met with a tremendous recep
tion at the Bowery, New York, Monday
evening, on account of her Benicia Boy's tri
umph. . .
A ' widow, Mrs. Rebecca Hopkins, sixty
eight years old, fell down stuirs in Prov
idence, R. I., recently, and died from her in
juries, , ,..,'
The first church built in the old town of
Salem, Mass., is still standing, and for many
years has been known as the "Old Tavern
The pugilist, Aaron Jones, threatens to
dissolve his connection with the P. R. un
less Heenan receives the belt from England.
The London correspondent of the New
York Herald says, the late "Prize Fight"
was the first he had ever witnessed, and it
would be the last
One hundred and fifty thousand copies of
thn "e.h-na" .nnnnn.lii. Hi. I nf . 1,
lute prize fight, were sold in New York on
Miss Caroline Benthe, of Glastenbury,
Conn., was burnt to death a few days ago,
by her clothes taking fire while she was out
in a field.
A beautiful meteor was seen at St. J ago de
Cuba, on the night of the 13th ult., at the
south-west part of that city, which illumi
nated the wnole of it instantaneously.
' A postillion, in Havana, struck a Dr. Zayos
with a whip recently, whereupon the Doctor
run him through with a sword-cane, killing
him instantly. '
The deaths In New York city last week
numbered 491 an increase of 69 over the
previous week, and 84 over the corresponding
week of last year.
Several persons were arrested in New York
on Monday as ants -for a scurrilous sheet
known as the City Life, and the paper sup
pressed. There are one hundred and seventy-one in
dividuals and twenty-one institutions in New
York whose tax bills on their personal estaA
alone, largely exceeds $1,000 a year.
Mr. Bpurgeon, at last dates, had gotten
nearly 30,000 subscribed, which he needs
for hut new tabernacle to hold five thousand
At Chicago, last week, one of the first-class
steamers that are laid up to rot at nearly
every port, was bid of at $15,000, which is
$10,000 less than the boat cost, exclusive of
her hull and engine. '
: . ' The Savoie, a Chambery journal, which has
defended the Savoision nationality with great
perseverance, has ceased to appear.- The first
pag of its last number was surrounded by a
mourning border. t' . ij .. .
Of the French rifled cannon nsed in the war
last summer. It Is said that the bronze Dieces
were worn out; M.Christofie is experimenting
witn uronze or aluminium, wnicn promises
ranch .better results. i , .: ; . '
By command of the Emperor of Russia, the
end pf the, war in the Caucasus, which has
1.. I , r w-aM will I U t.t i
prau tit. j..ift iui v. HoinHmM tuiwun-
out the whole of that country, ou the 6th of
The Wonders of the Atmosphere.
The attnomihcro rio above m with Its
cathedral dome, arching toward heaven, of
which ii is tne most poriccl synonym ana
symbol. It' floats Around us like that grand
object which the Apostle John saw in his
vision, "a sea of glass like nnto crystal." So
massive is it, that when it begins to stir, It
tosses about great ships like plavthines. and
sweeps cities and forests like snow Hakes, to
destruction before it, And yet it is so
mobile, that we have lived years in it before
we can be eersiiaded tliat itpxinU at nil. and
the great hulk of mankind never realize the
truth that they are bathed in an ocean of air.
its weigm is so enormous, that iron shivers
before it like class: vet a sonn hall sails
through it with impunity, and the tiniest iu
Hect waves it aside with his wing. It minis
ters lavishly to all the sense. , W touch it
not put it touches us. Its warm south wind
brings hack color to the pale- face of the) in
valid; its cool west winds refresh the fevered
brow, and make the blood mantle on our
cheeks: even its north blasts brace into new
igor the hardened children of our- moored
ciinuue. me cyo is inueowu to iv tor .Ml ute
matrnncence ot sunrise, the full tn-lglitness ot
midday, the chastened radiance of the gloam
ing, and the clouds that cradle near tho set
ting sun. Rut for it, the rainbow would
want its "trlnmphnnt arch,"' and the winds
would not send their fleecy messengers on
errands around the heavens.
The cold ether would not shed snow.fcath-.
ers on tho earth, nor would drops of dew
gather on the flowers. The kindly rain
would never fall, nor hail storm nor fog di
versifiy the faco of tho. sky. -Our naked
glolie would turn its tanned and unshadowed
forehead to tho sun, and one dreary, monoto
nous blaze of light and heat duzzle and burn
op all things. Were there no atmosphere,
the evening sun would In a moment set, and,
without warning, plunge the earth in dark
ness. But the air keeps in her hand a sheath
of her trvs, and lets them slip but slowly
through her fingers so that the shodows of
evening are gathered by degrees, and the
flowers have time to bow their heads, and
each creature space to find a place of rest,
and to nestle to repose. In the morning, the
garish sun would ot ono hound burst from
the bosom of night, and blaze above the
horizon; but the air watches for his coming,
and sends but first only one little my to an
nounce his approach, a"nd then another, and
by a handful, and so gently draws aside
the curtain of night, and slowly lets the light
fall on the face of the sleeping earth, till her
eyelids open, and UK man, slio gocth forth
again to her labor until the evening. Quar
Conflict or thr Bear withthrKkttlr.
The bears of Kamschiitka live chiefly ou fish,
which they procure themselves from the river.
A few years ago the fish became very scarce.
Emboldened by hunger the bears, instead of
retiring to their dens, wandered about, and
sometimes entered tlio villages. ' One day a
bear finding the outer door of a house open,
entered it and the door accidentally closed
after him. The woman of the house had just
put on the fire a kettle of boiling water.
This bruin smelt, it burnt his nose, when,
provoked at the pain, he 'vented his utmost
fury on the tea-kettle. lie folded his amis
around it, pressed it with his whole strength
against his breast to crush it onlv, of course,
to be more severely burnt. His horrible
growling from rage and Iin now brought
, the neighbors to the spot, and a few' shots
ended bis misery. But to this day, when
ay one injures himself by his own violence,
the villagers call him, with great propriety,
"the bear and the tea-kettle. ,
Douglas's Motkkr-in-Law o her Musclr.
The "special artist'' of ouo of the New York
illustrated papers recently visited Washing
ton, and one of his objects was to sketch the
interior of Judge Douglas's house. - The
Judge was not at home, but the artist, as he
sat in the library, pulled out his sketch-book
and commenced taking notes. But his occu
pation was interrupted by the entrance ot
the Judge's mother-in-law, who peremptorily
ordered "Crayon" to leave the bouse. The
poor artist attempted to explain the nature
of his mission, but the lady disdained to
listen. Taking "Crayon" by his arm, she
escorted him to the front door, and to accel
erate his departure, ujaced her hand upon his
shoulders, aud landed him at once iu tne
middle of the street. Mrs. Cults is well
known in Washington for her bellicose quali
ties, and it is suld she talks of challenging
Heenan, on his return to this country, to a
Thr Monrv-Borrowkb's Verbal Revenoe.
We lately beard astory of a money lender, who
had acquired the reputation of beiugos parsi
monious and enviousas he was rich. Having
occasion to visit a man to whom he had fre
quently lent money with usury, (and who
had, by industry and punctuality, acquired a
competence,) he was most cordially received
by his former customer, who took him into
bis well kept garden. Passing through a
walk lined on either side with beautiful flow
ers, the money lender made no remark until
he came to a patch of potatoes, when he ex
claimed: "My friend, you'll have a nice crop
of potatoes. "Yes. was the reply, "that s
just like you. When gentlemen and ladies
pass inrougn my garaen, mey an oumire my
nowers, but when I bring in a d d bog, all
he can see is potatoes!"
A Woman Compelled by JJkii Husband to
Adopt Mali Attiri. A woman about
twenty-five years old was brought into a
Boston station-house the other evening dis
guised in male attire, bhe states thut not
belongs to a respectable fiimilyiu Ui State ot
New York, and married about three months
since in New York citv. Subseaiientlv. with
her husband, she visited Philadelphia, where
he sold or pawned nearly all ber wardrobe.
They then came to Boston, and went to
board at a private house. AJ'ler various
other persecutions, he,' on some pretext, and
by threats, induced her to put ou a mule suit.
According to her statement her hii-band has
abused her almost constantly. While going
to the station the husband attempted to bribe
the officer to obtain her Tuleose.
Dbuidioal ReuainsDihcovihedim France.
A curious discovery, says the A'rAo dit Nord,
was made near Lille by the workmen engaged
in cutting trenches for the new fortifications.
In removing tho soil they laid bare a stone
tumulus, which, instead of bones, contained
a large block of stone, covered with inscrip
tions indicating that it was aa altar used by
the Druids in their sacrifices. The names
Hesus and Teutates, gods adored by the Gauls,
are perfectly legible on it. Near the stone a
sacred golden knife, used by tho Druids for
cutting the mistletoe, was also found. The
Inscriptions on this Btoue corroborate the
fact already known, that human sacrifices
were made ny the Druids in time of national
calamity. The knil'c has been placed in the
museum at Lille.
Saint Patuioe'r Day in London. lu cole-,
bration of the national festival, the Irishmen
in London (titled aud otherwise) got up pub
lic dinners. At one of the more aristocratic
assemblages Sam Lover returned thanks for
the Literature, Poets and Fiue Arts of Ire
land. Diath or an Irish CkNtbnabian.--Oii the
ilA April Mr. John Alexander, of Monlough,
died at the advanced ago of 104 years. He
was in Carrickfergus at Uis time it was taken
by Thurot, the French commander. He en
joyed such excellent health that he was able
to walk about hii mrm 1111 lately. ' ,
1 The Richmond (Va.) Fnjuirer calls on the
authorities of Ohio County, to arrest Mr. Un
derwood if he should attend the Uepublicau
Convention to be held in Wheeling.
Horror of the Prisons in Bologna.
A letter from Bolofena says : "It is impos
sible for an Englishman to form an exact idea
of what a prison in this country really is. In
those humble and filthy holes, hundreds of
human beings are placed, coVerod with rngs
aud swarming witii vermin. Beside a dis
g istiiig soup aud a scarcely digestible piece
of meat, tho Government allows a bn jocco a
day a fraction ahovo a half-penny to each
prisoner. The jailor is permitted to keep a
restaurant, to which the prisoners can apply
for proviaion. at reody money. This man,
therefore, is the ole lawful purveyor of the
prison, and can raise the prico of victuals so
cording to his pleasure. When I visited the
local prison of Rimini, I saw two poor men
who were nearly starved to death, I asked
one of them how ho had come to such a con
dition, and he told ine that he hod sold his
daily baiocco to the jailor for three months to
come. The cuetode, who was then present,
observed that the poor fellow being very fond
of wine, hail drunk his ninety hajoccos nil in
one day. The half-starved prisoner made no
more impression upon hinr than a starving
rat would have done. Nor is this the only
evil in the position of these wretched men
fdr beggar is not only tolerated but encour
ed by the jailor, who knows that the monev
thus collected goes to Bwell his purse. With
tho dawn of day tho prisoners cling to the
Iron bars of their prisons, nnd until night
comes they never cease to address the passers
by, and ask for alms in the name of God.
Those who give deposit the money on a white
handkerchief purposely placed by the jailor
before the gate of tho prison, and at night the
money is divided among the prisoners, or is
entered to their accounts on the books of the
restaurant. The, result of this iniquitous sj'S
tem is that the eiiKodi of the prisons often re
tire after ten or twelve years with a hand
some fortune, the fruit of their avaricious ex
The "Harmony" or the Charleston Con
tention. The editor of the Savannah (Ga.)
Republican, writing from Charleston, says of
the Convention :
1 "The report sent gives but a faint idea of
the spirit and manner that characterized tbe
action of the Convention. It opened boister
ous, and instead of a harmonious party, as
sembled through their delegates to give ex-
firession to tne popular win, it appeared more
ike two contending armies, intlamed with
mutual suspicions, jealousicsand wrongs, and
each intent upon the overthrow and demoli
tion of the other. The Convention sat until
about three o'clock, and the very worst spirit
prevailed throughout the session. In two
minutes after the close of tho preliminary
prayer (which, by the way, was most uncon
scionable in its length) the cntiro body was
thrown into an uproar and 'confusion worse
Singular Geolooicat, Phenomenon. A
very singular geological phenomenon has
startled the inhabitants of Thouon. At Or
der, in the midst of the chain of mountains.
the soil suddenly sunk and a lake of con
siderable extent took its place. The highest
cnesiiui irees wnicn covered me spot entirely
disanneared. and. stranire to rav. the aurfneo
of tlio hike was eorercd with tho trunks of
trees which appeared to have been long un-
uer waier, anu oi species no longer Known
in those parts. .... ...
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: jhr t alivosnia Uold Mines Pointed
oct Years Aoo. Long before gold was dis
covered in California and Australia, Sir Rod
erick Murchison, nn eminent English savaut,
strongly recommended the unemployed Cor
nish miners to emigrate to New South
Wales, and dig for gold in the debris and
drift of what he called the Australian Cordil
lera, where he anticipated, from their simi
larity with tne Lral Mountains, that it would
be found in abundance.
A Rai'IP Cook. A cook in a restaurant at
Indianapolis took a spring chicken alive from
the coop, killed, cleaned and cooked it in the
best style, and had it on the table in a little
less than eight minutet. Exchange. ,
Wo do not doubt it. We should suppose
all the meals we had ever taken at Indianapo
lis were prepared in the same hasty and
Cubans Apprenticing Neoroer and In
dians A party of Cubans have been in As
pinwall negotiating with negroes and Indians
to apprentice the hitter for a term of service
ranging from two to six years, on plantations
in Cuba. The project had met with more or
less success, and a number of apprentices had
started for ther destination.
Practical Sympathy with Italy in Cal
ifornia. The committee appointed to solicit
subscriptions in California to purchase one
million muskets, to be used in Italy, have
transmitted to the Central Committee $820.
They have also forwarded an address to Gar
ibaldi, urging him to remain firm in his in
tention to stir up revolution lu the Penin
sula. Probable Death or a Somnambulist.
The other night, at St. Louis, a young lady
rose from her bod in a somnambulic state,
and went to an open window ; in come way
she managed to fall through it to the ground
where she lay iu a helpless state, with sev
eral of her bones broken, till the morning.
She will probably die.
AnUnpreceuektedly Expensive Costumb.
The cost of the complete ball dress and dia
monds of the Empress Eugenie, in which, ns
we have mentioned, she appeared in Paris on
tho 17th ult., in the character of "Diana," is
estimated at $2,000,000. Will not our Amer
ican belles despair, and die of envy, at this
' Mii.lerism Redivivi's. The Second A li
ve n lists of Newark, N. J., still keep up their
weekly meetings, and are firmly grounded
in tlie belief thut the end of all things is close
at baud. The number of believers habitually
in attendance at tbe meetings Is but small,
but there is no lock of zeal or fervor.
The Effect of Humboldt's Correspond
ence. "Fools's Paradise" in Berlin has van
ished at last before Humboldt's private cor
respondence, and it is now on tlie eve of a
revolution like that of Paris iu 1848. Tbe
King has been compelled to come down in
bis pretentions, and to dismiss some of his
The Antecedents of Senator Wade.
Ben Wade, the Ohio Senator, spoken of as u
candidate for President at Chicago, is just
sixty years old, and worked with barrow and
spade on the Erie Canal. His father was at
Concord, Lexiugton and Bunker Hill.
A Clkar Sighted Chinaman. A Chinese
merchant In San Francisco tersely gave an
American friend his ideas on the Japanese
Embassy's reception in this country as fol
"Japanese jrrcat men now Americans
want more treaty by'n by tnaty be signed,
Japanese like anybody just , like Chinese
just like dam nigger." '','!')
' The Rbobnt Assassination in Havana.
No less than four negroes are in custody la
Havana, under tho charge of having boon
concerned in the Hssossiuation of Honor Don
Antonio Gonzales Ajucron, on the 0th inst,,
which event we have mentioned. It is likely
all the negroes will be garroted, '
' Mrs. Susan Hicks, a widow, residing in a
Southern town of A lubamo, committed sui
cide recently by taking ursenic.
The Course the Prince of Wales's Travels
in this Country.
The Montreal (CanrulnJ Gaiette. of the 30th
ult., has received, from well-informed cor
respondent, an account of tbe intended pro
gramme of the movements of His Royal
Highness the Prince of Wales, on tho occa
sion of his approaching visit to this con
tinent,, to which we attach credence. The
date of his departure from England is to be
the middle of July the 10th, with a fleet, as
before published. His first port on this side
of tha Atlantic will bo St. Johns, Newfound
land, iue liieutoimni-uorcrnor or that
I 1 ,1 . - n k 1 1 I
3 n aa t.v unTouiiroii; Biiiiuununu, uas i ry
ceiveda letter informing bim of the inten
tion. Thence he will proceed to Halifax;
and thcuce cross over tlie country and visit
St. John, N. B., and Frederickton, If prao
iicauic, ne win uience cross over to cineainc.
where his fleet will go round Quebec. If
ho finds difficulty in netting to Shediac he
may cross to Portland, and come over the
Grand Trunk Railway to Quebec and Mon
From this he will ao to Kiumton. and
thence to Ottawa. From Ottawa to Toronto;
thence across the hike to the Falls; and bock
by rail to Hamilton. Ho will go to Sarnia to
see the Grand Trunk works there, and travel
over the Western States incog. Go to Wash
ington nno do tne guest ot tuo president;
thence visit the Atlantic cities and have his
fleet meet him at Portland; or probably if be
Comes by Portland his departure may bo
Srom Quebec, nnd he may take the Grand
Yunk from Portland after the completion of
his tour in the United States. Circumstances
may niter this programme of proceedings, but
we have good information that it has been
obtained by authority in England from per
sons supposed to be most capable of giving
the necessary information as to routes, who
in tlieir turn were given to understand it
would be acted upon. August will likely he
well advanced before His Royal Highness
A List of Excommunicated Potentates.
1 The following are the names of tlx. prin
cipal potentates who have suffered excommu
nication, and of the Popes who cut them oil'
from salvation: ,
. John Xlt excommunicated Otho I, Etn-
?eror of Germany; Gregory V, King Robert
or having contracted an illegitimate mar
riage; Nicholas II excommunicated Gerard,
Count of Gnlicij: Gregory VII, Henry IV;
C.bnn II, King Philip of France, because he
had carried oft the wife of the Count d'Aniou
nnd would not restore her; Pascal II, tho Em
peror Henry V; Innocent II, King Roger of
Sicily; Celestia IT, Alphonso, King of Castillo;
Alexander III, the Emperor Frederic Barber
ossa; Celestin III, Duke Leopold of Austria;
iinioceiii. in, i in up Augustus oi rauce. m
Palm Sunday, 1230, Gregory IX excommuni
cated tho Emperor Frederic: Innocent IV
excommunicated the same Emperor in 1245;
Boniface VIII, Philippe le Bel; Urban VI,
John of Castillo; Jules II, King Louis XII;
Clement VII, Henry VIII, of England; and
Pius VII, Napoleon I. ,
A Suicide Dkliiiious from an Overdose or
Poison. A young man attempted to poison
himself at the Revere House, in Decatur, Illi
nois, Inst week. 1 He had been drinking im
moderately for several days, and had got
liretty well sotiered when he did tho act.
i he porter of the hotel gave the alarm, and
the young man's room was soon filled with a
crowd. He caught up a dirk knife, and drove
the crowd down stairs In a rapid manner.
Physicians were summoned quickly, nnd re
mained with him most of the night. Ho was
raving crazy for several hours after taking
the iioisou, aud: the only way his strength
could be mastered was by tying his limbs
with stout ropes. The letters which he laid
upon the tnblo when he first entered the room.
were directed to his relatives, informing them
that he was determined to kill himself. He
took an ounce of arsenic enough to kill five
hundred persons aud the overdose acted as
an emetic; thus saving his life.
Prospect of a Great International Row
ing Match. From card in Bell Life, of
April L, it appears that an International row
ing match at a very early period is not im
prolmble. The President of the Northern
Rowing Club declines to row a turning race
of two nnd a hull' miles out and home, but
wishes to row a straight five miles with the
stream. He is willing to match the Claspers,
the crock crew of Ty ne, to row any four-oared
crew in America, for 500, reasonable ex
penses to be paid for them coming out. At
tho same time the London Amateurs are
about to make a formal proposition to Mr.
Wilkes for an international home and home
Just Like a Vicious Woman. One day,
not long ago, a gentleman residing neur Paris
had an altcrcatiou with the woman who kept
the omnibus office at which he habitually
took passage for the city. Tho woman bc
camo very angry, and in consequence of this
had n fever, and died. Just before hor death
she exclaimed, "Oh I the wretch; he gave me
my death-blow." And soothed by this fem
inine outbreak, she calmly breathed her last.
The life was no sooner gone from her than
the gentleman was arrested on a charge of
manslaughter upon the strength ot the
woman's moribund exclamation. The Court
held that under tho circumstances the charge
could not be maintained.
A Stubborn English Witness. English
journals reoord an instance in which, upon
the trial of a will ease, the witness had the
best of it. He was a Mr. Gale, and, on being
put upon the stand, declined to answer any
questions until he had received his fee. After
a long wrangle as to the amount to which he
was entitled, the Court ordered that he should
be paid, for time and expenses, ltt. As an
other witness was ready, Mr. Gale stood aside;
but, on being again called and questioned,
declined to answer because he hud not re
ceived the money. The amount was finally
handed to him, and then the question was
repeated when it appeared -that he knew
nothing whatever on the subject. It is need
less to add that Mr. Gule was a lawyer, and
a sharp one at that - ,
Suicide or a Distinguished Hungarian
Statesman. The London journals announce
the death of the great Hungarian statesman,
Count Szechenyi. He committed suicide in
his chamber, by blowing out his brains with
a pistol. Tne immediate provocation was a
visit paid to his house by the Austrian police;
there is no doubt that he had become actually
maddened by the sight of the' misery of but
country, and driven to despair by Austrian
tyranny and persecution. . .7 : i
Terrible Depravity or a Husband. The
Detroit police; the other night, found a poor
womau in a low whisky shop perfectly nude,
bound hand and foot over a stone under
which tiros were being lighted; all because
she refused to make merchandize of her vir
tue at the command of her husband. The
husband nnd his accomplice bavo unfor
tunately escaped the police. ''t ' y
. Hypnotism Dangerous rou Women Hvn-
notism is not safe for the patient. M. Girand
Tenlon says tha' a lady whom he hypnotised
made so free with her confidences that he, for
tear of grave results to her, was obliged to
awako her. He thinks that the loss of free
will and consienee, with the preservation of
memory, uie passions ana tne power oi
speocn, uoei not ma ice up a aesiranie state
Yellow Fnvinv at ' Aoapdhoo. Yellow
fever had developed itself at Acapuloo, and
had moda considerable' 'havoc1- among the
inhabitants. . i Twenty deaths 1iad already
been reported, but this number, it was
thought, would not comprise a moitey of the
mortality from that disease.
A Proper English View of Pugilistic Brutality.
The London JVeif of the 18th ult., in re
gard to the famous prize fight, after quoting
the remarks of some of the sporting papers,
speaks thus sensibly:' " ' ' '"
' And thit it the "nnbte art' to iee tehich hun
dredt,it is laid thoutandt, paid their three gitin
eat apiece yttterday. tor this, tbe days ol
our grandfathers, those "glorious old Corin
thians," nre to be revived. The simple ac
count of the matter appears to he that the
American, a man in the flower of youth,
much taller, longer in the arm, three stone
heavier than his opponent, early gained nn
advantage over Savers by sheer strength,
disabling his right firm, and from that time
directing his blows to the undefended side.
What beyond the well ascertained fact that
Savers was a man of skill and fortitude, was
to tie taught by the conflict of the two men
so unequally matched, we can not conceive.
It is given out that as the conflict is still un
decided it must of necessity be resumed and
concluded some day or another. We trust
not. Now that the public, which has grown
up almost without knowing what prize rights
are, has been made acquainted with their true
character, we may expect that it will be long
before another exhibition like the great fight
of Mayers nnd Heenan is permitted. Ottr
civilization ha coet much, and tc ran nof
afford to go back to old ruffianitm. ,
' The "OaiIlant Zouave" in a Religious
Character The Scoundrel Db Riviere Be
comes a Catholic The New York' Herald
Says that Capt. Charles Arnaud De Riviere
has joined the church, having "renounced
tlc devil, with all bis works and pomps,"
and firmly resolved to lead au exemplary
Christian life in future. At the latest ad
vices our hero 1 was buried in the ghostly re
tirement of a Redemptorist monastery in the
City of Philadelphia, atoning in sackcloth
and: ashes for past pccodilloes. Capt. Charles
Arnaud Do Riviere has a lawful spouse re
sidinir in the Citv of Brussels, toward whom
he has long played the part of truant husband.
Sensible of liis sins of omission and commis
sion in this respect, he has sought hy letter
the forgiveness of his wife, and humbly
pleaded for a ronnion. It is said that Mrs.
Capt. De Riviere had been so moved by this
proof of the regained affection of her licee
lord, and so struck with the goodness of
heaven, that she letuees to accede to tne
wishes ot Her husband until she snail have
spent a year in some quiet convent, engaged
in prayer nnd devotion.
The Mysterious Technicalities or Pcoil-
ibm. It seems that the individual who . at
tempts to mount the ladder of Fame from
the area of the Prize Rinir has to climb by
many and very unpleasant "rounds." A de
tailed account ot tne great ngnt, puuiisnea
in licit i Life, tells us that the combatants
struck each other with mawleys and bunches
of fives upon the head, the nut, the cone, the
conk, tne caunister, tne noddle, tne mug, the
knowledge-box; the uose, the sneezer, the
snorer, tne snuuer, tne snun-tray, tne nozzle,
the mazzard; the eyes, the ogles, the optics,
the peepers; the mouth, the kisser, the whist
ler, the oration-trap; drawing the blood, the
claret, the ruby, the crimson, tbe home
brewed, the gravy; and in several instances
knocking the unfortunate knocker off bis
pins, his pegs, his stumps, and his foundation,
to say nothing of boring, fibbing and sending
him to gross. Who wants the Belt '(
A Canary Biro Commit Sentimental
Suicide. Receutlya canary bird belonging
to a lady of Buffalo, N. Y as it was flying
around the room, happend to pick up a long
hair, nnd flying with it to its cage, com
menced some evolutions with it, as though
it were about laying the foundation ol a
nest. By-and-by tho hair became entangled
in its legs, and flying around the cage it got
over the perch 'and then around its neck.
The lady, after some time observing that the
unusually musical little pet was silent, went
to the cage, and there found the little awarb
ler actually suspended by the neck from its
perch, in the agonies of death.
The poet has written how
"Beauty draw. u. by a .ingle hair."
The poor bird found that it drew him entirely
too tight. , , .
A Regularly Salaried Executioner. It
is generally supposed that Calcraft, who has
been engaged in hanging so many miserable
wretches during tbe last quarter of a cen
tury, in England, pursues some other less
unenviable calling, whereby he gets his live
lihood, when bis services as an executioner
nre not called into requisition, but such is
not the rase. He has a regular salary from
the City of London, upon which he lives,
and the proceeds1 of his "engagements" in
tlie country are reckoned as so many ad
ditions to his stated income. He has carried
on his present vocation between thirty and
forty years; and he has Lived in or near a
quiet street iu tho suburbs of London, called
"Devizes-etreet," for upward of twenty years.
Fatal Whisky-drinkinu Match. On Mon
day last a German and on Irishman, at Mus
kegon, Michigan, obtained a quantity of
whisky, and went into a back yard to drink
it on a wager, to be won by the one who
should drink the largest quantity. The Irish
man drank, two and a half pints, and the
German three pints. The Irishman, Thomas
CutoD, died during the night, but the German
saved his life by eating a quantity of cold
tallow, which sickened uim and caused. his
stomach to eject ita contents.'
' ThbTioer anp Blood-Hound Combat in
Havana. The Plaza del Torre, at Havana,
was the scene of the novel entertainment, on
Sunday, the 15th a fight between a tiger
and three blood-hounds, which we have be
fore mentioned. Oue of the dogs was in
stantly killed at the commencement of the
battle, and the other, two disabled. Yet the
umpire decided that the tiger was beaten.
There was a largo concourse of people iu at
tendance. , , .
A Pigeon Flyino into a Railway Cab.
A few nights ago, while a freight train was
passing between Rochester and Buffalo, it
encountered a flock of pigeons, and one of
tneiu, attracted uy uie urigm ngnt oi tne
head-lamp, flew ut it, broke tne glass, put out
the light, stopped the train, and was found
badly wounded by the glass through which
it li4 Mown. i.. i-ii-. ' ! :
Finns Raoino in North Carolina. Ter
:i.:., o.. .;,.. tn ,i, i ... unnn
li'MV WIIUI.IIVII. VI1Q TT UUUO III,,. UCDII.
and BtiU are. prevailing in the vicinity of
UolUsborougu, Ci.V. : A negro man lull iload
while endeavoring, with others, to stop tho
progress of the' fire a few miles from that
The Kino or Naples a Bigot. The King
of Naples is proclaimed a bigot, and under
the control of the priests. Victor Emmanuel
has been the recibtont of numerous friendly
addresses from the Italian' clergy.' This fact
of itself shows the weak effect of the Pope's
bull of major excommunication, ,. (( jt r,j .
' Alleged Outraoe BY ' tub 1 Jbslts. .
Another Mortaraboy affair Vias disgraced the
order of the Jesuits., . They have seized upon
a youth eleven years bid la Rome, made hiai
join the order, and transfer all bis prpperty.
which was very large, to the fraternity, ana
the l'opo refuses to qo justice Lj trouto?
wuiiioi. ' ,i -, ,. .,..11,11 at it"
i't A NE -AND NoyfcL'''WriBi.-iEllfo''Sueiir'
pard Lee, the author ftf Ofctk Anhoriimf, the
VAngri Bort,'uti(t 'poems' 'of aT mlnor,fch,ar
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which be gives a fanciful and original denni
tiifh of the creation, and the progress of the
world, to the electionof James Buchanan.
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