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CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS
Is published daily (Bnnaars aoteioepted) fcy 1IENHY RBEO fc CO., PROPKIKTUttS. Crtid-Tim it t orr. cvsToa-Hona, CINCTINNAT1 lUILY PRESS It delivered Uj Subscribers In Cincinnati, Covington and surrounding cities and towns, at the extremely low price of ' ' -BTBK CENTS A WEEK, rATAxn to tbi CAanir.A, . " ; ; . Fsfrte o Mstmno Single copies, 1 cents; one, onlb, 40c; three months, 91 ; one year, :i SO. AMUSEMENTS. IplKK'B ofrniH-HOUSB.-S. N. PI KB, Proprietor; C. T. balTU, Blage Manager: J. Hi-.atiKRT, Treasurer. MONDAY EVENING, Octolier 2o, will be pre. ffrntrd, for this night only, by earnest request, Jim. tsidiey F. Dateiuau'a celebrated Comedy of SELF. , , Jlr Ape, Mr. Taylor; Mrs. Apex, Mixs Susan, peniniolin Unit, Mr Limaaan ; Charles Sun lord, Mr. Mortimer; Mr. Oypher Cynosure. Mr. (Iiaplin; Mm Conleroy Cud liver, Mm. Pops: Mary Ape, Miss Plunfcett: Mm. Pecllne, Miss Leclerrj.Aunt Cbloe, Mini M. Kadcliffe. Grand Pas de Deux .. ...By the Gale Blstora. To conclude with tbe Comedietta entitled THE TWO QUEENS. Sfngnni T.obb, Mr. Hnlo ; Mary or Denmark, Miss Busan Denin ; Christine of Sweden, Mim Lecloro. kIIKviAVIiT' yrBaCh Praa f TvtfATIOIvAL THEATER -JTOHN BATES. Manager ; i O. Haxi.KT, litags Manager. Flint night of Mr. and Mn, J. W. WALLACE. THIS EVENING, October , the performance, Will commenco with 8hBkpere's MACBETH. STacketb. Wr. Wnllaek ; lady Macbeth, Mn. Wal lark ; Macduff, Mr. Hanley; Firt Hinging Witch, Mies J irglnia Howard; Second Hinging Witch. Mm Addle Proctor. ' Brand Pan de Deax......By the Henrade Slitera. To conclude with tha original Faro entitled BOWLED OUT. Mr. Zeklet Tearner, Mr Stuart Bobson: Sarah Ann, Miss Addie Proctor. Doors open at 7 o'clock. The performance com. rnences at 7 o clock. The National Hotel, adjoining the Theater, la Bow open for the reception of guests. Booms can ii h by day orwaek, aad meals furnished at TWO GRAND CONCERTS. TWO GRAND CONCERTS WILL jjlE GIVEN IN THIS CITY, ON it .. . i Friday and Saturday Evenings 'NOTEMBEK AND 3, " i . : By tbe following distinguished artists, under the iiiiuicoi aircciion oi kio.nob mozio: MADAME PAtTLINE C0L80N, The celebrated Prims Donna, from the Academies 01 Music or hew York, Philadelphia and Boston; 6IGN0B BBIQNOLI, the famotu Tenor; ' BIGNOB FEBBI, tbe celebrated Basso; 8IGM0B SUSINI, tbe great Baritone. aWT The sale of Tickets will commence on Wed neBday morning, at Smith A Nixon's Hall. oc2T THXODOIVS. GREAT MOBALEXHIBITION OF AXeoIleVZalOAl Tt( ' 4 WILL REOPEN AT " ' 1 PIKE'S CONCERT. ROOM. - OPERA. '' HOUSEBUILDING, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBEB 29, I860. This beuatlrul Exhibition of Automatic Wonder will reopen on the above date, with new and tall, liant attractions, for a limited period only. For particulars see programmes of the day, . , Admission 85 cents. All Children nnder ten years of age will be admitted at 1 0 cents each. " TUESDAY, first day performanoe, and eyery following day, commencing at throe o'clock, ocft Monday evening. Mr. and Mr, t. W, Wal lack. . . N PNIOW THERl IS STRENGTH. - fimunna Annual Hull given My the THE MACHINISTS' AND BLACKSMITHS' UNION, NO. 1, OF OHIO, At the METROPOLITAN HALL, on MONDAY EVENING, October 29, 1860. . Committe or Abrangsments -J. L. Anspangh, J. Buck man, B. Kvans, W. B. Wetherby, E, B. Estou, II. Stouter, t. M Boliloson, S. Howard, B. Bell, A. B Hadiock, B. H. Depmfh. ' Floor Masaokrs L. H. Mnrdock, A. L. Bobln nn.W. Wetharbv, A. Willlch, J. U. Tomlinson, J. M. Boblnson, J. Buckman, H. Stoiifer. K. Bell, F. Jennv, a. Buppelt. J. L. AN8PAU JU, Chief. A. R. Haploi'k, Assietant Chief. Tickets 8 t-to be bad ot the Committee of Ar rangements, and at the door. Music br Prof. Kopp'e excellent Band. - oott-g , ASHIOIULY BOOMS, GEYER8 DANCING SCHOOL NOW open fr the reception of Scholars. Days of school, WKDNKSDAY and SATURDAY, for Missee and Martem, from two to five P. M. for Gents, in the VN1NU, from half-past seven to ball' rest nine. oc?fi x OKYBB ANDDArOHTBR, Teaeliers. MUSICAL. ALUABLE MCSICAIi WORKS. THE v Musical Mirror, byS. B. Phipps designed for Bchools and clattses. Concene's Fifty Lessons for the Voice handsome ly bound. Romberg's Tnntructor for Violoncello, Lablacbe's Singing Method. Cnrtiesl Oultax Instructor. ' For sale by ... jonN cnuRCH, jr., Importer of Music and Instruments, oc22 ' 60 West Fourth-et. gTiOl.n IrlEDAI PI A NIIS THB RRsm IN 4MEK1UA-Steck 4 (irupe'e(or mSRm t Ktm York) powerful toned double PZTr 1 " grand-action Concert Pianos, pro- Ifc lf-f X" d (Mat artintj the nonnoea oy Xj)sts,Tnaioerganiiotnnr V w y VI f best in exlstenoe. the city, pianos aud Molodeous timed and repaired thoroughly. Pianos to let at from fc to ftlA nerniur. We will i ell lower tiir eaab tlian anv other dealer In teff. Musical Inatrumeuts selling at half-prioes. Do Bot buy or rent a Piano nntil you have oallod and ex (uulned tbe above. BK1TTINQ BBO., Sole Agents, - Piano Ueulere aod siakera. f17 Ho. 227 W t'irth-street. oear Plom. MISCELLANEOUS. ALLIGATOR SMOKB-CONSUMINO Coal Cooking Stove, IN OPERATION FOUR SEASONS, AND nevev tailed to eive entire satiaiaclion. H1UUKST PBkiMlUM-Awardod by U. 8. FAIB, beld iv lerti; OHIO MKCHANIC8" FAIR, held 1ST : KUUTU KAbi UltN (Kentucky i FAIB, held 1S60. All siaes suitable for Private Families, ' '- Boarding-boasei, ' Hotels and Restaurants. Every Stove warranted to (Ire satisfaction or the anonev returned. All kind, of Parlor and Heating 8tovee. ADAMS, PECK0VE8 & CO., - JPifcteuUttS and Mtiaulikctuxuri, oclS ' Cor, yifib and Elmtn., CinclnoiU. SPALDING'S PREPARED "A Stltcb In Time Bstm Nine." Cconomy I Dispatch I Save the Pieces I TTBEPTJI. IN EVERY HO TAB FOR bending t'urnituie. Tola, OroULeiy.ai, to V Wholesale Depot, No. tSOedar-etret t, New York. Addnae Boi No. t.oia). New Y,,'rV Put up for Dealers tu ca.ie coutaiuing four, eight, end twelve doren a bvMUtiFul Litkvgraph Show, card accompanying each pa.;kage. deal -ay C I NCI N N ATMDISTI LLERY I S. N.: Pike's MaKnolla Whlskj, . , H CINCINNATi, OHIO, SN. PIKE St CO., 18 AND 20 8VCA e UOUkX., sole uiauufw toivtaof tk Celebrated MAGNOLIA WHISKY! - - leaw-erl . .. VOL, IV. NO. 07; 1 . ? ' . CINCINNATI, MONDAY MOHNING, OCTOBElt 29, 1860. PRICE ONE CENT RAILWAY MATTERS. TRAINS DEPART. JiaO A. M., 10 A.M. and 1 1 P. M. tiolnmbns Aei eommodation, 4 F. M. Xenia Accommodation, 8 OiiroiwwiTt, H iitos Ann Dattoh 7 mlnntei faster tl,an City time.1 A. M ,-0 A. M., i.'ttt S'on' . - 6 fc - Hamilton AocomnodaUon, 9:30 A M. and .li.lO P. Bl. Ohio axn Mississippi nj minutes slower than Olty time, 4:23 A. M. and 3i33 P. M. boourtiilt Aooommoclation, 2 P. M laniANAPOLit as CiamtwAfi PnoBT-Uire-nt minutes slower than City lint, 3i40 A. M., Hi4 at. at. ann ft p M Mariitta ARDCiirf-miJATi fTmlntltee futer than City time, 6il3 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. Oovimotom sd iiuumos-lOity tinaej 9:43 A. M. and 2i23 P. M. eiNPINIIATI, BtCHWOWW A KB IKBIABAMLM 6 A. M., t,UO P. M P. M. Cihoinkati and l.ooAHRPOM Front Bixtb-itreet Dopot-B A. M. and 6 P. M. TRAINS ARRIVE. dTl40'p"M,"3,a0 ' M-' 8 A 11:04 enp300p,M,n',:,0 A' M" M,9S P' M .','!""1T, HAwtiTog aw Datto-Ti4S a. M., fSS &;&'r10 p- M0':,o PM - p: lNDiABAPoi.r ad OciomATt-lO:! S A. M., 4 r. Bl. and 'J F. M. S:13 P. M. . .. . U UB ciiOitniA 103i A. M. end t:o OVrHOTOM A WW LlTimiTAS V A.1 At A. M. and VARIETIES. The literary (?) butt of America Martha Haines Butt. Four persons bare been fined in Hartford, Yt., for hunting on Sunday. - A decree has been issued by the King of Sardinia, exiling three bishops. The hotel-keepers of Nashville, Tenn., hare petitioned tho City Council for a re duction of license.; , , Yellow fever has appeared at Mobile, Ala, During the past ten days there have been five deatlis from that disease alone. Do you pretend" to intimate sir, that my ' butter is old?" "Not old enough to have lo3t ' its hair, dear madam." It is rumored that the wife of Dan Rice, the showman, has recently sued for an nh- I tained a divorce from her husband. - ' At Alton, 111., one day last week, a young woman cow hided her lover because she be lieved he bad trifled with her affections. A Mr. WilliamB, his wife and six children, were recently drowned in Terrebonne (La.) Parish d ruing a recent storm.' ' . , ;. A clerk in an Tndianapolis (tnd.) hotel, the son of respectable patents, recently stole $1,000 from ha employers and decamped. . Deborah, from the Hebrew, means a bee Rachel, a sheep; Sarah, a princess, and Uan una, me gracious. . . ., j, The Perth Theater, in Scotland, erected luriv yearn ago, Hi an expense 01 f 10,000, was recentlyjold for $2,500 for other purposes. ' Join B. Craighead blew out his brains, on his plantation, near Plaquemine, Louisiana, the other day, from disgust of -existence. J. W. Baylor, proprietor of the Russell House, at Baa-anna, Mon recently sold the furniture ef the hotel, which was not his, and absconded, largely in debt. - The American mode' of placarding and. posting is not popular in' England. Joey Gougenheim, the actress, tried it lately, and failed on that account . Jofeph Gs'y, a wine merchant, in' Bristol, England, was married one day and drowned the next. How much matrimonial misery the lucky fellow escaped 1 Letters state that lately in Bohemia, and particularly in the circles of Prague and Koniggratz, a great number of . Catholics have embraced Protestantism. It is said the Prince of Wales had his pocket picked twice while iu New York ; a fact tha wilUavorably impress him with the freedom of our institutions. Martin Cuff, of Killingly, Conn., was mur dered in the most COld-blooded manner nn Thursday night, by his brother-in-law, James Cuff. .... A recent freshet in the Cbenunsr River did great damnee to the railway tracks, hri.lcro. and property near Elmira, N. Yn and caused the loss of several lives. - David Oibb. medical stnnVnt nf nixrmiv Scotland, has been sentenced to - twelve months' lmnrisonment for fnro-ino- a rlinlnma. from the Glasgow Faculty of Physicians, , Uunng the rnnce-of- Wales excitement at Portland, Me., no less than seven houses were broken into and robbed, and ten or a dozen persons had their pockets picked. The Governor of Arkansas has issuer! a proclamation to the militia of his State, di recting uiuui to prepare tor uouoie ana danger." In Philadelphia, recently, a silver dollar nf 1794 sold for $23 60; a Washington cent of 1792 for $59: a half-dime of 1794 for S3 63: and a half-dollar of 1796 for $25 50. If squatter sovereignty, savs the Lautnvtlla (Ky.) Journal, is the short-cut to the ends of Abelitionism, the dissolution of the Union is a far shorter one. , . , . . Mrs. Governor Morgan is the recipient of Deauuiut aiamona net Kiace, a present trora the Prince of Wales, it was sent from Bos ton by exprtBS. . A lady, while nassintr throuoh a street in Providence, R. I., the other day, had an elegant silk dress entirely ruined by oil of vitriol, thrown upon it by some rascal. Beau Hickman, the notorious confidence man and smart sponger, was recently sent to the New xork Tombs, for swwdlinir a wo man out of a watch. At the top ef the mast of a vessel, lately wrecked off Deal, England, is a sea-gull s nest, which, with tbe aid of a class, is visi ble from the beach. Tbe New York Dress aontinue to discuss the ball given to the Prince of Wales, in that city. The managers appear to be twitting each other for not having performed their duty. The Connecticut Supreme Court has a novel question to decide: whether a man of one-quarter African blood is white or col ored. If white, he can vote; ii colored, he can not be taxed. Dr. Scott Jones, a wealthr t1antr!near Winston, N. 0n was shot and killed, last week, by Lewis Juscore, one of his tenants, because the former bad notified the Utter to vacate. An exchano-e savs: "No man can vote in South Carolina uuless he owns ten negroes. or real estate to the value of $10,000." We think this qualihcauoa necessary only for ofUce-holders. De Tocqueville says, in his Democracy of America "When servile, insurrections are mentioned in the South, the slave-holders place their finger on their lips, and turn pale." Dr. De Wette. tha German scholar, it Is related, once saw his own apparition in his bouse, and was prevented from going to his bed-room, where the ceiling fell the same night, and would have killed him. Tbe Armonia. of Turin, the chief oro-an of the clerical sutrty, was sequestrated, on tut 20th ult., for an article acouauig the Govern ment of an intention, to cede .tbe Mauds of Sardinia aud Elba to the French Etnperer. VANITY-FAIRISMS. From the last issue of Vanity Fait we take a number of its funniana, which, though not remarKamy Clever or very original, are as jokes go now-a-days, not all in vain, but jery fain Good fob a Lift A load-stone. OUR DUTCH FRIEND'S OPINION. Old Crossbones was angry, and asked with a frown. 'Are tailore not men? than, in fln-V 1 Our IMitcb friend withdrew bis long pipe from his And slowly gave utterance to "Rein." Woman of Sauk-aria Young lady who had but one song. "Half ihs Womim Havs Falsr Hair:" Well shouldn't fairies wear peri-wiirs. OUR DUTCH FRIEND'S OPINION. POPE'S-ADVICE TO THE NEW YORKERS. Not to ertd-mlre 's the only art I know 1o make the street clean, and to keep them so, rooB Kentucky. Cassius M. Clay, says an exchange paper, who has been hard at work stumping for "Old Abe" throughout the West for tbe post three months, proposes going home to Kentucky and performing: the same righteous work among the slavehold ers. "Tmperions Ooar, dead and turned to Clav, Might stop a hole to keep the wind away'' g'range if the earth which kept the world in awe bhould serve to stop some neroe opponeut'e jaw Sad. -Our prose contributor has been fall ing in love with a six-foot beauty a real T ' c r:i l u i . . J. , cuua ui iuuu ispiuuuiu creature oetween you ana us) ena tinds it hard work to mnite tne poetry come. .But be has originated the following: "I corked my hat athwart my head, .m,1 l,''ne'1 n'. cane against the wall ; "Tis better to have loved and lost, 1 han never to have loved a Tall." Settled by Avowal . Several of our cotemnoraries are needlessly agitating them selvesjabout the consumption of coffee being greater than Its production all speculation! Vanity Fair recommends them, however to keep up the excitement, for the more we talk about Coffee the less we'll talk about Cuffee, and the more we owe for Coffee the less will U take Cuffee for a subject of con veisation. A Voice rnon Rebotb Antiqpity. That peripatetic being enshrined in the hearts of all ladies of a certain age (we refer to the census-taker), has come unon a man , West, who is, without doubt, the oldest per Itt&eitant in tbiscountry. Asaproof of his e-ereme age it is stated that he remembers a time when the New York Herald was con sidered a, veracious sheet! From oor Bad Man. What is the asso ciation between a pocket-handkerchief and the inhabitants of Nova - Scotia? Blew Noses of course. Cleaned Obt Uncle Sam, whon ho shall have been drained by the Administration and Seward by Republicans. : PoLiTiCAL.--The dry-docks on theeastside of the city are to be abolished by the grand Union party, because they are sectional. J Th First Dancb at thb Pbinci's Ball A Break Down. i We observe a new paper extensively ad vertised of late called The Wide World. We presume this just-born journal is thus utMiicu iu ufoi mguisu ii he once irom tne ex ceedingly narrow World already in exist ence. To Advirtissbb. We see no end of ad vertisements rrora -a Business man with a small Capital," but prefer waiting for a small iimu wiiii a nuptial Business Detore we un dertake to "go in." ' r . , r. t . uAtinu s jjast hbwabd r or the man who admits that he wasn't offered a ticket to vue nenirew rtau. "Propd and Ambitious Tribune!" Not content witu treacling tbe path to fame, the Tribune, determined to be the Admirable wncuion or tne Metropolis, has obtained from Horace another Ode on Doup-las: fit is Avlftont tl... ......i i, : r ... . 1 . v ..u.u. wivj vncu uiiu iur ill wuicn CGu eludes thus: "There's no use In doing any thing about that Uos, II is eyes is sot." That's the kind of poetry which "nevei dize." Color or thb Sheep that was Dyed in thb tv ool. u itra-merin-OI Haib Splittiso vs. Rail Splittinq. In a personal description (riven by a Westera editor, we have the following statement with regard to Abraham Lincoln: "His hair is black, without any touch of irrny. miu worn tn a lawyer-une, careless WH.V. The poetry of this is but ill-coacealed by me ivpograpnicai arrangement, wmcn may slightly smother, but does not kill it: while the expression, "lawyer-like," applied to hair, suggests an arrangement of that fibrous appendage in such a fashion as to have it handy for splitting, a process at which law. yers are generally considered to be expert. Adroit and Dabikq Burqlabt in New England. A very cool and daring robbery was committed in New Haven. Connecticut the other night, on the jewelry store of Ev- erara nenjamin. ' rue burglars burst in the door of Lucius G. Peck's law-office, just over the store, bored through the floor, removed the deadening, bored through the ceiling be low, and let themselves down into the store by a rope. In tlie safes were some twenty thousand dollars' worth of jewelry, bntthey were unsuccessful in picking or blowing open the locks with gunpowder. It is sup posed that they were alarmed by the police men trying the frout doors, as they decamped suddenly by a side-door, leaving some tools and gunpowder, but taking about three hundred dollars' worth of jewelry from the show-cases. T RivEKOsruL and Secretivb Character or the Chinese. A Havana correspondent says of the Chinese: . . , They' hesitate not to murder the man whom they consider has .maltreated them, and it is impossible, or nearly so, to find out who is the murderer, for when asked, they always say, "We all did it." There was a murder committed at Reju, by some Coolies belonging to the railway company, more than twelve months ago,-yet,-beyond the temporary imprisonment of the lot, no pun ishment has been inflicted on any of them, because, I suppose, the individual murderer can not be discovered, and it would scarcely answer to garrote the whole gang, forty or fifty in number. : , j ; Yakkii Sbbbwdness Eclipsed in Canada. There is a sort of Yorkshire euteness and trickery displayed by some Canadians, which rather excels tne trade in wooden nutmegs. A resident now at this place, who was at the great Provincial Fair last year, met a man from the United States trying tu sell a few barrels of pears, and, on inquiring of the owner of the pears bis price for a doze of picked ones, and, being informed that it would be fit ty rents, tha Canadian selected a dozen of the best ones, and took them to the fair and entered tbem, and got the premium of $5 for the best specimens of Canadian pearsl ' - ; - - ' t Construction or A Live-saving Baft. A life-saving raft has been constructed in Rochester, New York, by an Ingenious young mum named Mack, which .is apparently of great value. It is made of air-tight tin cyl lcdtrs covered with canvass, and arranged with ropes, so as to shut about a center like an umbrella. When thrown upon the water, it expands into a circular platform; and a raft f huh, when closed, occupied the epaee ' of a bogshead, and east be oarried by one manj will sustain twenty-five persons. Con veniences for oouifort ' cad be introduced1 without impairing tk arraogaotauU. : OUR DUTCH FRIEND'S OPINION. POPE'S-ADVICE TO THE NEW YORKERS. Interesting Account of the Tower of London —Its Historic Associations—Its and Celebrated Inmates. The last number of Blackwood' t Migazin contains a lengthy account of the famous Tower of London, which we condense, as follows: The time the Tower was erected and the name of the builder have not been preserved. Some assign it to a very remote antiquity-.' and Julius Csesar and Constantino the Great have both been considered the builders. Au thentic annals inform ns that the Whito Tower was built in the time of William the Conqueror. Walls and bastions, and dun geons, were added at sundry times, till, in the reign of Edward the Third, it attained its present form and extent. During a period of 300 years the Kings of England went in procession from it on their coronation days During the period that Richard II filled the throne, this building was gay and noisy with dance and banquet. Here, too, that monarch lay a prisoner, and was forced to resign his diadem. It was afterward the scene of injustice and tyranny. It wag here were imprisoned the Princess of France, bom Henry V, whose chivalry has been so loudly extolled, conquered in honorable war fare. James I, of Scotland, whom Henry the Fourth had seized by treachery, was confined In one of the dungeons of this grim and gloomy pile. From the window of his room the captive King saw a beautiful dam sel, and, smitten with her charms, sent hera letter, that so pleased the lovely miss, she gave her heart and hand to the royal lover. hundreds have suffered eruel tortures in the Tower on account of their religious opin ions. Here Lord Cobham lay loaded with chains for many weary months, because he worshiped God after the manner which the dominant sect pronounced heresy. Because be denounced the worship of images, and was opposed to making pilgrimages, and en tertained and openly professed oilier notions obnoxious to those who believed in those things, the titled victi suffer the . most ignominious and painful sentence. "He was drawn from the Tower to St. Giles s Field, where he was suspended by the middle from a chain; a fire was kin dled under him. and he was burned to death." , . ' Twice the amiable and harmless Henry j x. wiiinn inese aaric walls, and here the unfortunate monarch was found stiff and cold in death.' Its doors were kept continually swinging on tHeir hinges by the vile and bloody Richard III. For framing nn answer when questioned, touching the mode in which two innocent women should be punished, with an "if in it, Lord Hastings was dragged by a body of servile aoldiern fmm the Council to the Green near the Chapel withih the Tower, and his head severed from nia oooy on a log ot wood. The fascinating, and corrupt Jane Shore whs iiiuiiureu in one or De doom oat m a of the Tower for a crime that was not writ ten against her in the book of the Record ing Angei, ana liberated alter her persecit tors nail stolen her worldly substance. The wretched outcast died in want. The doors of its dark vaults never opened aim Bum bo ouen in tne same period as fiurino the rolcm tf that tamhi-t : bloody tyrant, Henry VII. Empson and Dudley suffered the same punishment they bad inflicted on so many inuocent persons. Bninham and Frith were tortured by Sir """""" muuio, urn, in 01a turn, reu nnaer tbe ax of the executioner. The mood in wuicn mat noDieman met instate wassbock ingly out of keeping with that solemn hour which comes to all. On his way to the saf fold be amused the bystanders with lively observations, and witticism fell from his lips the moment before the ax descended. After he had committed his soul to God, and laid his head upon the block, the headsman prayed his forgiveness. "I forgive thee," he said, "but prithee, let me put my : beard aside, for that hath never committed 'reason:" adding, "pluck up thy spirit, man, and be not afraid to do thine office my neck is very short; take heed, therefore, that thou strike not wrong for the saving of thine honesty." The clever and captivating AnneBoleyn was the next victim of suspicion and cru elly. Her headless body lay for some tinie on the Green of the Tower, and was placed by rough hands in a common chest and buried in the chapel connected with the grim building. The Lady Catharine Howard was the next Queen whose blood stained the horrid ax. The scholarly and engaging Earl of Surrey, one of the fastest friends the treacherous and bloodthirsty widower ever had, was, after the lapse or a few months, marked for the Hill. "The gallant nobleman and gentle poet," delighting only in class ical pursuits, with no lust for power, was tried for treason in the presence of that illus trious soldier, his father, the Duke of Nor folk, and given to the headsman. The shaft of a greater tyrant than himself prevented the King from dinting the grass of the Green with the blood of the Duke. There are many more names on tbe gloomy catalogue, and some that shine most brightly were stained with blood by the unrighteous judgment of Mary and Elizabeth. This an cient pile has somewhat softened its harsh visage. Its walls are covered with vines, and flowers bloom on its moat. Its connec tion with the glorious name of Wellington has helped greatly to abate the horror its history inspires. Tbe Duke was for some time Constt.ble of tbe Tower. Personal Appeabanob or Anaoreobtio Tom. A late writer says of Thomas Moore: "He was a very well-dressed, bright, sparkl ing looking little man. It is a disenchant ing phrase to apply to a sentimental poet; but I must say, in his general appearance, there wao something that very nearly ap proximated to what is now denomiuated as ''jolly." He had dark and most vivacious eves, hair of same color, and in sufficient abundance, glossy, and nicely arranged; a broad, commanding forehead; a complexion fresh, clear, and ruddy; small, but well do fined features; a mouth that seemed made alone for mirth and brimming smiles; an extraordinary play and expression of counte nance, whose changeful variety yet ever be traytd the genius within; a quick, brisk, and active gait; a merry, joyous laugh; and tbe generally diffused impress of a happy, easy, healthy man onecontentcd quite with the lot he bad in life, and in perfect amitv and peace with those about him. Such was tne aspect Moore presented when I first saw him." A Villain with a Varied Experience. William E. Johnson, aliae McNaire. con victed of bigamy in Nansemond County, Va, has been sentenced to four years in tbe State Prison. It appears that the career of McNaire has been various. He had served two years in the same institution, before bis last conviction, for grand larceny in Lynch burg. He was set free fifteen months airo. since which time he has married two wives, stolen two horses in Bertie, N. C, attempted to commit a rape at C'-atesville, in tbe same State, and received a Lynching from the cit izens; served a term in jail for assault and battery, and perpetrated various other of fenses of a minor nature. , , , . - t. Brutal .Outrage ia Ohio. Tbe other sight, at a late hour, a party of men went to a iiouse in Columbus, in this State and demanded admittaooe. Tha inmates made their appearance at the door, and learning the names of the parties the rowdies wished to see, told them tbey were mistake in the place, -At this -moment soma one in the crowa threw a bowlder, strikmg tbe man at i. the dowanq felling tutn, on the step; another was thrbwrt wiucS struck a wouaa in tha I bead, and fractured her skull to suc( an ex- ' tent that bet life i despaired of..' ,'. - l i m . i- H . . -.., 4 Interesting Reminiscence of English History —The Imprisonment and Condemnation of the Duke of Norfolk—His Life Saved by the Death of Henry VIII. The trial of the Duke, says the last num ber of Blackvood. camo on. Thirtv vnara before this he had been the great soldier of r.ngiHng. ue naa always conquered by land or by sea for tho services were not at that time divided and especially had served un- uit ins miner ai tne great battle or Floddon, which so weakened the power of Scotland that ehe could never more cope on equal terms with her more powerful sister. But all these services were forgotten: for gotten also the obedience we mv nlmnat call it servility displayed by this chief of the Howards to tbe wishes and caprices of the king. We Wish we could forgot them too, tor they are the only blots upon his iimmcier. uui oi an overstrained teeling of the duty of submission, he had acqnl esced in the execution of his two nieces. Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard, the wives 01 me tyrant wno was now intent On his own destruction. With a clinging to life, which was, perhaps, natural at his years, he begged for pardon confessed guilt, where no guilt existed, in hopes or softening the obdurate heart of his destroyer ana found services, submission, confession, sup plication, all in vain. On the 28th of January an order was sent to the Lieutenant of the Tower tor his exe cution on the following morning. What gloom was in the Dnke's chamber that night we need not say; what grief to find his white hairs dishonored, his petition disre garded, bis son murdered almost before his eyes, and the hour approaching that was to carry him to the fatal block. But there was another chamber that night that was as full of gloom as the prisoner's dungeon in the Tower. On a stately bed lay a sufferer groaning with pain, and tor mented, as we may suppose, with the op braidings of an uneasy conscience. Fretful, irritable, and unsubdued, it was the King who was now wrestling with death. With trembling hands his wife administered the opiates recommended to soothe his pain; the page at the door counted the cries of anguish without a sigh of compassion; and silently the physician went throngh the ceremony of feeling the pulse, and could give no pros pect of recovery. Here were two men, the tyrant and the victim, both strugglina with the terrible hour. Gray dawn began to light" ud the -turret tops of the Tower: it also rested nn thereof of the palace at Westminster. The early morn was to see the Duke of Norfolk fall before the stroke of the executioner, hut before that time a surer blow fell upon the exhausted tyrant. A hurried noise of foet sounded at the prisoner's door, the key is turned, a voice gives him the news the King is dead, and the Duke was saved. Jt shows how completely these cruelties were the work of tbe individual King, that his decease was the signal for the abrogation of a law; the sentence was never carried into execution, and in peace and quiet the re mainder of the emancipated prisoner's days were passed. . .. The Mexican Wabs Ta Capture of Guadalajara Vittrcat and Suffering of the litsieged Cilizent. Late Mexican papers con firm the report by telegraph of the capture of the city of Guadalajara, the second of the Republic, but give no particulars of the loss of the besieged, which must have been very largo. The latest files of newspapers from Mexico abound in most touching letters from the besieged city, from which it would ap pear, as mipht indeed have been expected, that the sutl'eriug of the people was very great. We learn, indeed, from a letter of General Ortega himself, that on the 1st inst. the suffering bud become so great tbnt the fire upon tbe cify was suspended for the space of three hours, that women and chil dren might leave the town. Hew many actually left we are not informed, but it would appear that the number was small. In all probability the poor people knew not what to do, and there, for the space of at least twenty days, they remained huddled together in the center of the town, farthest removed from the shots of the besiegers, suf fering each hour discomforts aud anxieties which must have been worse than death iti-elf. In the same letter General Ortega gives an equally sad account of the demoraliza tion and necessities of the soldiery in the town, which must hare added tenlold to the horrors of the scene. Thb Irrepressible Adah Isaacs Menken oum ausiu one JJeciaret uertelt not a Wretch. A. New York paper publishes, as an act of justice to Mrs. Menken (Heenan), the following extract from a private letter in relation to the recent "affair" at her rooms, mentioned in a last week's Press: The whole report isfalte. Tbe centleman alluded to did not say what he is reported to have said, nor did I. I said that I knew nothing about his private relations, and cared less; that it was not in that cauacitv I knew him: that I recognized him only as a reporter 01 tne neraia. i am entirely innocent in the matter. Yon know I am not guilty. If you, for a moment, think otherwise, let me never see your face again. I can not look upon the man who dares to believe me a wretch. There is no such thing in me. r I was born above it, and 1 shall live above it. - Remarkable Fact in thb Lira op thb Ibon Duke. Wellington Never Lost a Gun. It is a singular fact ia this man's history that be never lost a gun to the enemy. "Returning with him one day from the hunting-field," says Lord Ellesmere, "I asked hint if be could form any calculation of the guns he had taken in the course of his career?" "No," said he, "notwith anv accuracy: some where about 3,000, I should guess. At Oporto, after the passage of the Dcuro, I took the entire siege train of the enemy; at Victoria and Waterloo I took every gun the enemy bad in tbe field; and what, however, is more, extraordinary, I don't think I ever lost a gun in tbe field. After tbe battle of Salaniauca," he went on to explain, "three of nay guns, attached to some Portuguese eavalry, were captured in a trifling affair near wound, but tney were recovered the next day. In the Pyrenees. Lord Hill found himself obliged to throw eight or nine guns over a precipice, but these were all recov ered, and none fell into the enemy's hands." A PsKUDO HgRO Anli-Neara ITumanihi. A well-dressed young man chancing to come upon a wharf in Philadelphia, last week, where a crowd were lamenting the fall of a boy into the water, but doing nothing to rescue him, threw off his coat and plunged in and brought him to shore. Discovering that the boy was a negro, he exclainfed, "is that all I have saved? I would'nt have gone over for that d d nigger." The admiration which tha crowd felt for hjs heroism was completely extinguished. .... Violent Abduction or a Raaparrrinia Girl loiabl Murder. A young and pretty womau of respectable connections was abducted from the northern part of Buchanan County, Mo., the other night, and has not Since been heard from. . Bar aireama were beard by her guardian, at whose house euo ainyiug. put Deiore ni coma rusnto her assistance, the villains, with the young lady,' had absconded.' Apprehensions are entertained tbat she has been murdered, . . Til OLDnt Pwitiiiiitss n toi TTmntf The oldest Postmaster ia the United States. who has never been out of afhee slnoe the flat of his appointment, ia John Billion, at Trmtoa, Oceida County, N. Y. His at, pointwent was mad on 4 19, 180 V' - , it l ". - J M : ... .1 ,., .1, The Antonelli Family—The Character and Craftiness of the Notorious Cardinal— His Influence over the Pope. Giacomo Antonelll is of a family that cornea from the savage mountain region be yond .the Pontine Marshes. He was born near Terracina, In 1806. The Antonclli family, says the Philadelphia Evening JBuU UUn, cling together like the Rothschilds. It is remarkable how eften this is the case with yery successful men, and how often family feuds and separations lead to insignificance. There are five brothers, two of whom, bl sides the Cardinal, live at Rome; one being Director of tbe Roman Bank, and the other having been for a time at the head of the municipality. Another brother, -who is en gaged in agricultural and trading pursuits, resides at Terracina. The youngest gener ally bves st Paris, and is engaged in specu lating in stocks and railroads. Thev are de scribed as keen business men, and very fond of money. The Cardinal, it is alleged, has an immense Sum invested in diamonds, so that he can carry his wealth with him In case of reverses. While occupying a splendid pal ace on the Quirinal, and while his tastes are sensual, it is said that his habits are not ex pensive or magnificent. The family hare much landed property, and the public funds are said to have been freely used to enrich tbem, directly and indirectly. Cardinal Antonclli is described as nearly destitute of learning, ne knows but little of history or bcllet Uttree, still less of the ology. But he is eminently keen and shrewd and quick to learn. His connection for a time with the Liberal party about 1848 was only to attain a commanding position. He is the most thorough of conservatives, the most entire believer in despotism. The giand object of life, with him, is to keep power and money in the hands of the few especially In that of bis family. This family ft Hp ft inn ta rtna rf Vt'tm a.;..,-- i ... - : " v it tuoo, tuiu tie carries ft so far as to be devotedly attached to his old mother, who is described as an ignorant peasaat woman. The Pope is utterly in Antonelli'a tmnda. Th( Iftf.tnr tinlria a rlnrnn tifvnM ll wwkvu wuivo. 3 IJTOJIH1 1 y that of Prefect of the Palace, which puts the Pope under his immediate control, and Sec retary of State. He governs Pius the IX, uv n sKiiiui adaptation or nimseli to all the notinnR nftha PAmnamiimln ft.AKl- 1 J Himself, probably, without enthusiasm for religion, be falls into the Pope's notions about the Immaculate Conception and things of that sort, because tiff-pope Is enthusiastic for them, anrl Antsinaul ! m-m. 41.-. l - --- . ....... .v utat urn should amuse himself, . . I M pro ia nnlhinn attlL-inr. nt.nn, A . 111 except his Italian subtlety and his fine ap pearance. There are no high aims, no efforts .v iiuFnrT. .uo pcupieui hue country, no ele vated ambition, no scholarship, no refined magnificence, no passion for Italy or the church. His aims aro low, but he has a Mazarin-Iike power in carrying them out. . Thb Decadence or Tbpb Woven The Effect of Falte Gallantry. -It happens, savs the Chicago (111.) Journal, that we have a great many more ladies and not nearly so many women as we once bad : those who grace a frame more than they do a family; Hood to write poetry to, and sing " Meet me by moonlight alone" to, and make " Books of Beauty" about, but neither Rachels nor Ruths. A classic nose is a happy accident, and so is a lip, fashioned after Apollo's bow, the nether one as if "some bee had stung it nowly ;" but a sweet spirit and a graceful life are not accidents; tbey are born of patience and sell-denial, and womanly faith. It is the nonsense of the thing called gal lantry, that has robbed the world of many a woman, only to make a lady of berj the stufl about "angels in disguise," and " kneel ing at their feet," and '"paying homage to beauty," is as absurd to-day ai the scene in the yard of the inn where Sancho Panza watched . tbe first night of bis errantry. As if it were possible to be any thing better on earth than a woman : a woman in its true sense, who, like the Mary of old, is last at every scene of suffering and first at every resurrection of a hope. Practical Progress and the Decline o Home Implements. Of tbe gradual disap pearance of "love in a cottage." and the dis use of the "midnight lamp," "old oaken bucket," and other nuclei of old associations, in consequence of the substitution of new inventions, a writer in the Philadelphia In quirer thus discourses: "if we go on at this rate, all sentiment and simplicity will vanish from the household. Our homes will be woven together into one immense hotel, drawing light, heat and water from the same soutce, and it may be, from the same ma terial. The whole domestic picture will have an air of labor-saving contrivance and elegant mechanism, with cushioned cars, noiselessly gliding from oe'lar to attic, loco motive dumb-waiters circulating with stiff gravity through the table ritual; steam cal liopes discoursing musical asthmas in the parlor, and nimble sewing-machines per formingmiracles of fancy-needle-work. The genius of improvement will have driven out the spirit of romance from its last refuge and birth-place, and home itself be left dis enchanted. In the mean time, however, let us be consoled with the reflection that what we are losing in poetry, we are gaining in comfort and elegance: and that as physical conveniences are multiplied and diffused, tbe means of domestic refinement and social amelioration will be proportionably in creased. The masses now live as luxuriously as their rulers of a century ago." A Virginia Gascon Rebuked. At the close of Roger A. Pryor's Bpeech in Alex andria, Va., on Thursday night, Marcus Duval, an educated gentleman, and large slave-holder, fro'm Prince George's County. 11 . . . 1 e .1 . J . : , . . I iu., Biauru iiuui meauinu mat ue naa votea in 1856 for Buchanan, he now intended to support Bell, and that he thought it passing strange that though the State of Tennessee had conferred her highest honors upon John Bell, it remained for Roger A. Pryor to pro claim him an Abolitionist. This produced an effect which all of Pryor's rhetorical nourishes could not efface. A Son Shot Dead bt hdj Father. Mr. Henry, gunmnker, St. Andrew-street, Edin burgh was at bis own shooting-ground, reg ulating the sights of a rifle, along witu his son and a friend, the boy being at the target to point out where the bullets struck. It is supposed that he crept round a wall to pick op the lead in a hollow part of the ground immediately in front ot the target, which prevented his being observed by his father. and a bullet took effect in the upper part of iiis ueuu, cuuBiug uuiautuneoug attain. Tdi Characteb or the New York Lbqis latibe. The New York World has com piled a full list of the candidates nominated for the Legislature by the various parties of New York City, giving the occupation of very man so for as can be learned. In all there are 100 candidates, and from a general view of their characters, the World thinks the list exceedingly discreditable to all par ties, and says that not more than ose in ten of the candidates is fit for office. ' A Sablb Toilitti. A young lady In St Paul, Minn., rose from her bed a few nights since to make an application of camphor to her throbbing temples. . By mistake she gat hold of a bottle of indelible ink, aad tbe error was not discovered in time to prevent a most damaging effect to the fair one's per sonal appearance. - i . . - America a BLassma to the World. What a blessing God pure the world when be added Atuertoa to its acquaintance. With the present short crop in Kuropa, and no America, starvation and famine would stalk, through the earth like blight and mildew. HATES OP ADVERTISlira TZIIUVES, OABXX,' Advert la.mnte, net exceeding Ire Unas (arete) t latrcer aaverttarawirta taanted at the fellowta ratea . . mu. . , . . r near. of le lines, , .. .., , - J l4 teeertloaa... 1 i vm inspriioa J Wh additional. a uuttiruons. .Tnil FT I Mrrtarn In all Its branches done with aeataeai and dlsaaOa. SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER I WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE! PBiNoirAL opfick, HO. T W. FOritTn-STREET, ""EH OPERA HOUHEI CINCINNATI. : WS.W!.. TO rni prT.fi rLl" 1L,0"5T'," MachlnerSlti I V2bZ?,r'"L"y"' Machlee, have InTr" 53 5 snakinf the same stitch tlionab not eo hUUlr ta lahed.at FirTT-riVB DOLLARS w .! m ?IM0tv.,trt' !"'fam, and simplicity at .-.""-, in. ,-Buir ana irenirtn or stitch, be Int AMKi on eora !, Impossible to reveL anS Wavlna no chain or rldgs on tl ender side. thT MfrV:1? la drW'iy to thethlclr.i5 ---'"'' , ue rnniierra I it ill in Bloat nmam JJlul and aovnler r.ail. .-ln MachlnV w At mrr vartotn offices ere eetl at Hew Tor ertnav warrant it for three rW owonme, an Send or call for a circular ooatalntnf foil earttasw tars, prices, testimonial., eto. w "i. wumntKR CO. SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE. Na, SEWING MACHINE. Na.1 ehlnee. that thev wil do I 6REITER VIR1ETT 6F WORK, T aim nn nner uinn aim "f "vl m -un. nuns, nriu . ' ' 1 fij Will DO IT IN UTTER STUt.- Tnaa eaa be done o any other Machine. BlBa , EB'S FAMILY MACHINES, 839 and SrS. -wuincmnatt utnoe. Ho. 8 last roarth-atrest. saaSn-aT JAW, at K an nON, Amumu i 4 . ') '.1".iV MISCELLANEOUS. MUJMG LUmjL - lOO.OOO mi "ob..m ' &8!!:!,!!Sr;V7r lta sTsAAA. ft O. a . - OO.OOOft. First com Lumber; : 400,000 ft Clear Lumber: '. BOO'OOO Pine Lath: ! MO,0M Sblnulw.. ... . . W h ftp and fellow Pine Floorlnir, Weafhrr-tioarda. k - -wu,w. .wk, wuivueeie ana relalkj Ix Thos. W. Farrlil & Co. .Il.Ce.k. A.lrT.Ca ' M.n. COO IT &GO., .' r PBOPBIITOB8 OF GREAT WESTERN PLANING HILL ',' WHITEWATER. CAN At, BETWEEN FIFTH ABD BIXTH-STHEBTS, COT- ' , 01DCINN ATI, OHIO.. ' At TIKi.LY abandoned bnilding In the oily aaA tnrned oar attention to proaartng bnllrtln material of every description, we caa aalely say that eur ex- . , Berience In the business and ,ur raclllMpf enable na to ofler inducements to ha I Mem In the oltv and at a ' distance unsurpassed, if emu, led by any other eimi lar establishment in the W'eet. Wealeo maanfactnre Veneers of all description and keepon hand an aRsortmentof Mahorany, Hose -wood Walnut and Oak Veneere, Also, flue BacAlear lor Picture, and Lockina-Klassee. . P. 8. We have, nat received forty thousand leetef Red Oedar. of fine quality, which we can sell at leas price than It has ever been sold for In this mar ket. me-tf .1 MOSELY'S TUBULAB WBOUGniMBOll Arch Bridges , , t AND CORRUGATED EON EOOTS, ' (ARCHIB AUD FLAT,) . . - A HE AS CHEAP AS WOOD, AND OUT. maautaotory ia capable of supplyius any ae Daand. t Oorrnirated Iron Bheeti constantly on hand, of all '' sices, painted and ready for shipment, wita. lull be- . tractions for applying them. Leave orders at 06 West Third t. ' ' - ! Jele-ayfaw AIOnELT CO. . FECIT TBEES! FBUIT TKEE3 1 , THE SrBSCHIBKtt WOULD CAT.t. the attention of those desirous of planunai Frnlt and Ornamental Trees, to bis tanre stock.. a lor saie rma tan ana spring a one aseormeat f 1 Apple, KecUrina, Htrawherrtee. .. . Apricot, Blacklwrriea, Suiiice, 0HMielN.rriea9.t- hade Trees, Craeberrte, rurranU. Kaapberrtes, eta, i ear, Pea.ll, Cherry, - Plum, ui.r. uupw sua tuiungl. Also, a lars-e stock of Greetihue Plants, ffvwr ' ffreen,Tecidoasaad Ornamental Trees aud durubaw AH the above Trees, bhnilks and stocks are now r"winR and readr for Inspection, la any Waiaeak llllls and U hlle. Nurseries. IVsrriptiv fViMleauea, with prleee anneaed. wflt be sent, on application to J. S. C'UUK., Walnut Illlla Kurseries, ('inclonatl. . r. 8. Omnibuses paea the Nurseries every Konr starting fnm Lner's si. am Bakery, 17 -J Sycamore st., four doors above Fifth aell-af ill . Xs . Bill ufV. S ' S3 k NEW WHOLESALE WCn WD JEWELRY HOUSE ! No. 16 West Fourth-st., WHERE TAN BE HAD EVERY ART 1CLK appertHininff to the business, at a much lees price, for CASH, tnaa has aver befbto lieen offered in this market. GIVE ITS A CAIX . AND BKK FOR YOURSELVES. ' o. a. aauriaa, a. a. beinsha, a. w. saiioaaa fblladelphia. Ciucinnati. Lancaster. 1 Camargo Manufacturing' Co., 8T WEST F0CBTH-8T, CINCINNATI. Manufacturers and Dealers fa Wall fapars aaa Wta daw-Shades I O'ia. R. STOCK Off TUB ABOVE GOODS been msfinmctvred eaprvnaly f this ket. Our styles are all aew, aud pr a prtcea much lowsat tnaa ever oeare onereo ia ma city, auX3-ay CLCLKATI FUEL C0HPAUT, ; C0AL-IA1U) AND OFFICE, , No. 103 K. TinUD-HTIlKETJ I Hartford City Coals ; a - - . 1 - v. r --t '; . .. f Li ,M.i..b ... i : i . li .'.Sl ef . , awar (liaelsieUottM aad roirr aieooUd. . . . W.ai..wUiuWelarr.1 v ' - - . . : -.' . i ;J' r: . ' ,- .