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"WANTS," "FOB 8 ALB," "TO LT," "LOBT,"
"fOCND," Ae,,in fhl, oolunm, occnpring Ov IIdm
or les, two Insertions, twenty -Ova cent. ' '
ANTED BOY To: mk bimwlf m.
rallTnMfnlindntloffloo. Mint h. aoi
recommended. Apply to Dr.'C Oiuond, Dentist.
oughlj understands bar business. Apply at
the Australian Hotel, 374 Walnnl-atreet. JOHN
alABTIN, Proprietor. T jaisb
-ANTED-A good Carpenter and Joiner.
ft RfiZ TSuln 1Tt, om rohlteet'e oftee,
2. 5? J- P,nn OOo. or Pottofflo
Box Mo. 1,807. Jaiab
LIAM CLINCH, aged ton yean, who ran
a way from bit father'! bom In f niton. There lea
ont on the npper Up, right eld I aleo a ent In the
oorner of hie left ere; fair heir and Hint complex
ion. Ii a smart-spokea bor. Baa been gone
about two months. Any one knowing of hi where
abouts will oblige by addressing I BAN018 CLINCH,
Kemper's Bow, fultca. Hamilton County, Ohio.
. 081101
208 Vine-street, to JOHN L. BBOPHT, Oin.
clnnati, Ohio. jallb
WANT ID A Carriage Blacksmith,
Wood-worker and Painter, to go to the conn,
try. Oermaci and married men preferred. Apply
to HUNTEB, BDMBBTON A 00., Carriage Trim
mlng Dealers, Mo. 16s Main-street, between Fonrth
and Fifth. Jallb
ANTED A itook of DRT O00DS, to
the amount of t,000 or 0,OW, for which
ply at thlt ofloe.
i -wi ivai eeiew win D givau. A.
WAA TED A young lady wiahes tcen
gage In teaching in or near Cincinnati. A
Itnatlon a Governess in a prlyate family, or Milit
ant In a echool, wouM be preferred. She baa bad
conilderable experience aj a teacher-end will give)
the beet of references. Address L. K. J., at tbi
office. fallaw
WANTED A competent man to canvass
for a new Illustrated work Jnt tynbllihed by
Johnson, Fry A Oo. Call at Me. II watt Fonrth
etreot.ofllo No, 7, upstairs. No oapltal required.
do ohamberwork, wait on table and mind
children. Apply at No. M West Flfth-atreet, oorner
of Lodge and Flfth-ttreeta. Jallb
v man . havinff SZQo caah. ci
man, having 1200 caah, can engage in a cash
paying business, requiring two
Apply to tlALK ft CO., No. 128 Walnnt-at. jallb
vuniiieaa. reuurrina two naruea. ho rim
WANTED A NURSE Who oan coma
well recommended, to take oharge of a child
a year old. Call at the north-weet oorner of Fonrth
and jjycamorB, room No, 1. third floor. jallb
WANTED TO RENT By a gentleman
with a small family, two or three comforta
ble Rooma, at aome point between Fonrth and
Court and Broadway and Wee tern-row. Inqur of
O. P. B , Times Office. jaioc
WANTED AGENTS Active, energetic
bnsineaa men as agents, to engage in a re
spectable, profitable and easy buaineaa. Call at No.
28 and 30 East Fourth-street, room 7, np stairs.
Linyaw I
WANTED Reliable help for lituatloni
of any kind can always be bad at a moment's
notice, by applying at No. SO East Third -street, base
ment story, next to Adams' Express offloe. No
marge to servants. - de21am
WT ANTED Clerks, book-keepers, sales-
men, bar-keepers, porters, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanic, laborers and others, can find sana
tions at the Merchants' Clerks Registry Office, 128
6 CO.
FOR SALE -BOUSE A two-atory frame
home with six rooms, front and back yard, on
Longworth-street. between Plum and western-row
Lot IV by Si' to a 10 foot alley, and in good neigh
borhocd. For terms inquire at 179 Plnm-street,
between Fifth and Longworth. ja!2aw
EilOR SALE APPLES A lot of ohoioe.
A. sound, good sited apples, not frosted, at No. 60
mc arianu-Hcreer,. jaiza-
Business for Bale, by which a fortune has been
and ran be made. Inquire of A, SMITH, at the
Henrie Honse, on Third-street. lallc
CAMERA, In perfect order, will be sold cheap,
if applied for immediately, at 142 Maln-st. jallb
FOR SALE A LEASE Oo the store and
dwelling attached, In a central part of the city.
The lease has ten years to run from the 1st of Jan
nary, IM0. This ia an excellent buslneSe stand for
an enterprising person. For particulars, address T.
M., Cincinnati Postofllce. Possession giren Imine-'
dlatoly. ...... ........ jalOaw
BOARDING A gentleman and ladr, or
two single gentlemen can be accommodated
with a pleasant room and board at 298 Weat Filth
atreet. jalSb
BOARDING A gentleman and lady oan
hare a bedroom, furnished or nffnrniahed, In
a private fiimlly, with or without board. Addresa
0. X JOHNSON, PoBtolHce, stating name and where
an Interview can be had. jallb
I30ARDING 2 or 3 gentlemen oan obtain
M-9 day-boarding In a qniet, genteel house, at 162
rium-siroei, near ourin. xerms 9& per weea.
second floor In a gente.1 residence. Bent, gas
iuoiuaea,oi? per mooui, .inquire at xio, a ijoog
worth-street. , , jallb
OR , RENT Furnished Lodging Rooms,
Apply at no. xn oroaaway. . jaiio
OST A CHECK-On the Ohio Valley
Li Bank, dated January II, 1860, for eight hun
dred dollars. uavablAi to bearer and drawn by my
self Payment having betn stopped, persona are
oantiouea against negotiating iorsame.
jeub , .. OUAS. LAWBENOB.
51 Maln-itreet. Groceries, Glassware, Liquors,
4c, at Auclion.-On TUUK8l)AY MOKN1NO, Jan.
12, at K o'clock, our regular sale of Staple Groceries,
Glassware, Llauorj, Tobacoo, Boots, Stoves, fto. lall
Arranged for Piano, b? PBOF. SQUIRE. With a
beantltul Lithograph of the New Masonio Building.
Just published by - . JOHN OHUBOH. JR., ,
de31 - 66 West Fourth-street.
XT M. thai ever.
'Great aaeriflce of
I'lanoa, raeiodeonSj violoncellos,
Violins, Guitars, Banjo Strings. Trim-
rlellina' at 100 ner cent. leas than anv
other House in this city, and flrst-clasi Inatrnmenta
at that. Do not buy an Instrument until you have
called at No, 227 Fifth-street, second door east of
i'lum, aonth side. BBITTING ft BBO.,
Tiano Makers, and Dealers In First-clasa Instrn
menta. dejltf
JL ' Dnrable Machine extaut, .
Unll and aee them. ! . '!'; 1 ; ;
Ja9tf - 80 Weat Fourth.atrcet.
TALLIC BOOFINQ" is offered to the pnblio
as the best and cheapest Metal Boot now need, its
merits tested by an sxperlonce or years In tbiacity
and vicinity. Applied te flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder need fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the element!.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shlpmsnt to any part of
the United States, oan be applied by any one with
ordinary meohanical skill. Orders promptly fllUd.
, , CALDWELL A 00, ,
jyio-ir w wwnwiig straas.
1 Just received 10 cans Bent Oo.'s Water.
Crackers, for sale by
. ir.MW k T t h flu
M and Branch Store MS Weat Fnorth-tt. 1
received I brls. extra Baltimore Boe Herrings.
For sale by A. HcDO ALD A 00.,
,mt 66 and Branch Store 248 Vest ronrth-tt. '
extra Sugar-cured Bams.
TONQTJBS.-OardnerPhlpps'sand 8. Davis's
A. MnnOMir.n A CO..
For saie or
U and Branch liore Ml Westroorlh-st
.!,! A id
Coil Oil. See advertisementa of MoHanr
k Carjon, in another oolumn.
DlUI taOM Sunivo cm td Tna T.m
Carberg, a boy of fourteen, while ikatlng on
a email Tjond la fitnrr. T.,l,li 11 J
itrlktng hit head upon a atone, fractured hli
aauu so oaaiy mat ne aiea yetterday morning
from the Injuria! raoalved.
v-a,llv,r-JV U1V
ftieny Brut, by Henry 'Ware, OptioUn, No. 7
West Fourth-street, January 11:
O'clock. Barometer. TharmomaUr.
,1 a M- -2 4 Above aero 41
1. mm M.H..2V.96 Above uro 41
o P. It.M . JB.6& Above asro-M
BlLTIUOkl OtlTlia. Onr oltliana shsnld
bear in mind the faot that Robert Orr, No. 11
Watt Fifth-itreet, ia tole agent for Maltby'i
superior Baltimore bivalves. They are the
fioeit imported to this olty, and those who try
them once nevtr fail in purchasing a teoond
oan. Giro them a trial.
Orer Piaaaaaaa RitraAin. fl
night next, after twelve o'elook, oan will run
V.a.1. .A..a, -1- A it. f .
on a uur.a-i.rtv. voa irmj iroin mm VpOrA
houie, erery ten mlnutei, la ordtr to tooom
modftU thoie attending th ball givtn hj tbt
8oni of Malta on that Tuning. They will
alio run on zolrd-itreet ai far ai doiind,
Tm VTukfVUW Art An f antnlif a'MaiV
- it aawvu gu V viVVFt Afayuv
evening anow began to fall eoplouilr, and
before midnight the earth wag oorered to the
depth of two Inohai. Aa the mow was Tory
damp, and the temperature moderate. It will
doubtless all melt agaia to-day. There ii
more winter to the eye than to the mbm of
feelings, at present, in a world ont of doors.
PiociiomoB or tbi Coos it Commissiokirs.
At the regular sesalon of the Connty Commis
sioners, held Yesterday moraine order wera
passed, amounting in the aggregate to
$1,491 25, of which $347 87 were paid to F.
Strong, $182 to J. Master and $8SS (3 to
Hnesten, Carleton & Co., for stone furnished
for the Lunatlo Asylum at Carthage. No other
Business oi importance was transacted.
Niw Book or Porks. From Messrs. Robt.
Clarke & Co.. of Fourth-street, we have re
ceived a neat little volume entitled Poem of
jco it-units, Dy jonn J. Piatt and William O.
Howells. The poems of the book, some of
them ezoellent, and others ordinary, are gen
erally very creditable, and breathe the spirit
ef the divine art. Both gentlemen are young,
and give promise of a ripe future.
Bvs.oLAtT.oir Bci-BTBiiT. The residence
of Phillip Bteinhaus, located on Race-street,
near Liberty, was feloniously entered, night
before last, and robbed of $68. The burglars
effected an entranoe through a window, open
ing upon the yard in the rear of the house,
and from appearances it would seem that they
bad entered every room in the building, al
though the inmates were not aware of the faot
that they had been noeturnally visited.
Suddik Diatb. A man named John Miles,
a carpenter, residing on Dayton-street, yester
day ate his dinner, apparently in excellent
health, and arose from the table for the pur
pose of going to his business. ' Before he
reached the door, howevor, he foil and died
before medioal assistance could reach him.
The cause of his sudden demise is said to be
appolexy, and he leaves a wife and four chil
dren to mourn his death.
A TowitSHir without a PoBTornoi. Delhi
Township, though quite populous, has been
for two-months without a postofflce, a want
from which the residents there have greatly
suffered; being often compelled to wait six and
seven days for their letters, and sometimes not
receiving them at all. This defect ought to
be remedied at once, and that it has not been
before, seems very singular. . The village of
varaw, containing nearly, three hundred
persons, should be the looation of the postofflce,
wnion we nope to see soon established.
A few weeks ago a German Association, named
"Vtr Bangerbund," gave a ball at Metropoli
tan Hall and engaged a man named Thieme,
keeper of the Switzer Hall, to furnish them with
a supper, which he did; but from some cause.
that does not entirely appear, they refused to
Jay for it. Suit was therefore brought before
ustice Chidsey, for damages, and the exami
nation came off day before yesterday. After
carefully hearing the circumstances detailed,
judgment was rendered for the plaintiff in the
sum ot t ana oosts.
Wsiklt Report or thiCitt Auditor. The
City Auditor last night reported to the City
Council that there are now remaining in the
ouy iieatury toe louowing snms:
General rund........,......;..,.............
Watch Fund.... .
$60,116 62
6,211 SS
M 64
11,721 M
Interest fund
Sunerlor Court Fund
Fire Department Fund,
8.338 71
Lignt i una........ .,
Work-house Fund.,
McMlckeo Fund...,
Slnkine: Fund
191,382 49
Common bchool Fund..,
Colored School Fund
20,627 02
2.2HS 41
' Total..
.8301,1137 11
Fatal Result or Cibrliss Driviro A
Bot Rev Ovib ARD Isstartlt KiLLiD. Cor
oner Carey was yesterday called upon to hold
an inquest npon the dead body of a boy, about
four years of age, named George Lansing, who
had been killed by being run over by a wagon,
on Western-row, near the Brighton House.
The driver of the vehicle, named George Cor
diman, it appears, was passing through the
street at the time of the aocldent, at the rate
of eight miles an hour, which, of itself, is
contrary to the laws of the city.
- The nature of the evidence, adduced before
the Coroner's jury, was sush that it was
thought proper to hold him responsible fcr the
death of the child before a court of jastioe,
and a warrant wrs therefore issued for his
arrest, but his whereabouts have not as yet
been discovered.
Fistival or thi Son or Malta. The prospeats
for the forthcoming festival of the Sons
of Malta, which will take place to-morrow
evening, are very flattering, and a large and
brilliant company is expeoted. "What do you
intend to wear?" may be heard when belles
meet upon the fashionable promenades, and
many a beauty, who never knew a care before,
Is now anxiously awaiting the arrival of her
oostume from the hands of her private moditte.
The affair ia something new ia the way of
an entertainment beginning with a perfor
mance of Tht Sertoli Jomi7y, and olosing
with a ball. Thus It will be seen that Thalia
and Terpslohore writ their cbtrms; and if,
under their direction, the company do not And
enjoy msjot, they may not hope to And it on the
planet. i. ,.- j -,-
A Riotib Abrbstio abd Committrdto Jail.
A day or two ago a man named James Moore,
in company with five others, being somewhat
belligerently inclined, and wanting some food
for their demoniacal dispositions, broke the
doors and windows of the nouie of John Pfaff,
in the town of Dent, in Green Township, in
this county. Moore was arrested and taken
before Justice Wells, who committed him to
jail, to answer the charge of rioting at the
next term of the Court of Common Pleas, in
default of bail in the sum of two hundred
During the above proceeding' a man named
Nioholas Billman was assaulted by the same
party nd severely injured. He also entered
complaint against Moore npon this ground be
fore the same justloi, who, upon this charge,
alio held him to bail in sum of $100 for his ap
pearance at the same oourt. The remainder
of the party have thus far evaded the vigil
ance of the offloers, and may probably esoape
, the punishment they so riohly deserve. ,
MBirrra "or 'tm MMaUnca'Aiy Mamt.
rAOTURBRs' Eiohahgb. A meeting ef the Me
chanics' and Manufacturers' Exchange was
bold at their rooms yesterday morning, at
whtoh the attendance was quite large, and the
meeting passed off with much Interest to all
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved.
The following parties were elected as mem
bers of the Kiohange :
' 0. 0. Jacobs, manufacturer of rope, twine,
o. John Sellers, briok-makeri Merritt A
Kempton, builders. Ac; J. W. Watklns,
printer. Proposed by Mr. 0. D. Foot.
W. H. Illffe, brick-maker j J. M. Noole,
patent-roofing; 3. Mueller, itone-eutter. Pro
posed by Mr. 0. W. Rnyan.
Hand, Innea A Whitehousemarbleised iron,
marbles, Ac - Proposed by Mr. D. Decamp.
The amendment offered at previous meet
ing, to change the hour of meeting, was lost
The following resolution was dlionised at
great length, and finally adopted i
Rmolntd, That the dues of this Association
be reduced to five dollars psr annum, both for
individuals and for firms.
The committee appointed unon Wavs and
Means, and to present a clan for conducting-
the Exchange for the present year, presented a
report, whioh was adopted.
A motion to appoint a'oommlttce of ten, to
oanvass the eity for members, was adopted.
A committee of three was appointed to pre
pare a circular, setting forth the advantages
of the Bxehaoge, and te hare the same
printed and distributed as early as possible.
A resolution was unanimously adonted. re-
questing each member, when advertising his
Dusinoss, to onng ine jsxenange Dsrore the
publlo, and to Insert therein that h oan be
found on Exchange daily, for the transaction
of his business.
A motion was adonted to Droouro a sat of
books, to be open on Exchange, wherein to be
registered the names, business andresldsnoe
of all persons seeking employment, and also
those desiring smnioyM.
xne meeting then adjourned, to re-assemble
this morning at 11 o'olook, at whioh time all
persons who desire the sueoess of the Associa
tion are requested to be. present, as matters of
importance to eacn or them individually will
be brought np for consideration.
Polios Oodrt. Judge Lowe examined
twenty-four cases yestesday morning at the
roiice court, most ot wnion were exceedingly
trivial in their character.
The persons who were charged with robbinst
tne inaianian, xungsiey, at nis ooarding
house on Sixth-street, near John, were d's
charged, there being no evidence which would
tend to their conviction. The transaction was
rather a singular one, and aa persons under
such oiroumstanoea are disposed to suspect
every one with who they oome in oontact, It
is not strange that without any tangible
reason the warrant for Mrs.' Cross and her
family was issned. No clue has as vet been
obtained which would fix the guilt upon the
cuipaoie party.
A man named Henry Wilkinson was charged
with overloading his wagon and deemed guilty,
for be had piled eighty hogs upon it. He was
ordered to pay the costs of the prosecution,
while William Koehler, who interfered with
the officer that made the arrest, was fined five
dollars and oosts.
A young girl about sixteen years of ace.
named Margaret Malloy, was brought into
Court upon a charge of atealing $11 26 from a
man namea Antnony Meyers. Tne girl was
quite good-looking and well dressed, but
poverty, often the cause of crime, had been the
real oause of her offense, and she confessed
having stolen $6 16, which she gave to the
offloer who arrested her. Her appearance and
apparent oontritlon for her fault, which was
doubtless the first step she had taken in crime.
induced the Judge to dismiss her upon the
payment or a nne ijiu ana oosts.
An Individual named 0. A. Strauss raised
considerable of a row night before last, near
the corner of Pearl and Sycamore-streets,
avowing; that he had been robbed of his watch
by the keeper of a boarding-house in that
violnity. He was taken into custody, and it
was discovered mat he was merely drunk, for
which be was lined f i and oosts. 1
Unr-AiD Lbttbrs. The following is a list of
totters aetainea tor non-payment or postage at
tne fostomoe, in this city, January lot
Mrs. Caroline Follln, care of Henry Bsedsr, leq.,
Mlee Lavlna Crosby, Fort Dodge, Iowa. .
Samuel Slick, Philadelphia. Penn.
Mr. J. H. Perkins. Oovlnctoa. Kv.
Lawrence Pike, care of B. O. Bice, Stamford, Conn,
e u. nipp, os. naryB, unio.
JnaysvllleOoal Oil Company, Fulton Landing; Ey.
iueaora. x-uaree a vaucamp, vreensnurg, Ana.
Rbfobts or Struts Clbarrd. The City
Council last night repealed the resolution
whioh required the polioe to report to the
Chief, and he to the Council, those streets
which are not cleaned. The followlne is a
fae timile of the style and spelling of reports
iurnished in some of the wards, in whioh are
Herman watchmen:
Cincinati December 12. 1859.
Thies Striets 1st Cliend
Thie Bremer Strict from Flndley tho Lieberti
den oaer cttriet ist noet uiena.
An action to recover 83,000, money belonging to
plaintiffs, which, it is alleged, wis lost at a faro
bank. A motion to make the petition more definite
ana certain, was sustaineu oy juage openoer.
T. Johnson vs. Wrier and Schloss. Trial before
Judge Storer to recover a balanoe alleged to be due
upon auction account and advances. The amonnt
olaimed was 11,200, and there was a counter claim for
about the same amount, verdict for plaintiff for
socu. uaiiagner ior piainun; jncuooa lor aeiense.
Divoroi. Charles Herbert t. M. J. Her
tert. The parties were married eighteen years ago
In Ireland, and have two children. The plaintiff al
leges that, in Angust last, he discovered a man In
bed with his wife. Other witnesses testified to the
tustle which the prisoner had with this party, and
the hat of the interloper was produced in Court. The
case being made ont, J odge Uolllns Issued a decree and
gave the oustody of the cnildren to the father. Hoy
for petitioner.
J. II Becrist vs. J. V. Blske.-Trial before Jndge
Hallon. Vetdict for plaintiff. Damages, two 39.
allies H. Marquis vs. Beresford and Mathera. To
reoover ior services renaerea wnue in tne nog trade,
Verdict for nlalntiff for 1143 79.
Criminal Bine. The State vs. O. Hellman. The
defendant ia charged with grand larceny taking $37
from the store of Peter Martin, Fifth-street, between
naceanu Aim, ODtueivtn jsovemoer.
The river was rlsinr more ranidlv here vee
terd.y forenoon than on Tuesday, but in the after
noon the swell seemed to be more gradual, though
the water oontlnned to ascend at the rate of more
than an inch an hour. The temperature was lower
than on Tuesday, and in the evening a soft, moist
snow fell until the honr of midnight, covering the
earth to the depth of two or more Inches.
The snow will probably melt to-day. aa there Is ho
evidence In the atmosphere at the time we write
two o'clock in the morning of a very oold spell.
On the Landing yesterday there wae considerable
bustle, and drays were kept busy, in spite of the na
favorable condition of the wharf, in delivering and
carrying off freight. -
The packets and other steamers went ont well
laden, and the boata that arrived had very fair
burdens. There waa no change la freights, which
continues aa at our laat quotations. ,
The Louisvllie and St Louis malls did not arrive
nnt' 1 it was too late to select from their columns
Arrival. Forest Qaeen,MadtoaiJacob 8 trader,
Louisville! Dnnleitk and Virginia Home, Neville;
Magnolia, Maysville; B.F. Baas, New Orleans! TJnl
verse, do.; Stephen Deoatnre, do.) Xooioe, Louis
ville. ... ., , .
DseAnToarg. Jacob Htrader, LouisrllUt forest
Qneen, Madison; Magnolia, Maysville; Dnnlelth and
Virginia Home, Neville; fllera Poo, blew Orleans;
Fort Wayne, do.: Swallow, Parkereburg; Oray Eagle,
Foateroy; B. H Fltxhngb. Memphis. .
Polios Court. A man named Martin
Ready was fined $3 JO for disorderly conduct,
by Judge Medeira, yesterday. 1 "
' Pockh ; Picibd. A lady named Martly,
who resides on Boott-street, had her porta -monnlae,
containing $17 40 and some valuable
papers, taken from her pooket while passing
up Madison-street yesterday. If the thief
will return tbe papers to their owner through
the Postoffise, he eaa keep the money.
P Ill's Ofba-hoC8 The third renreeenl-
atlon of The Taaraerdrew another' large and bril
liant andleace to the Opera-house laat night, and lh
play passed off with more smoothneae thai Uaonaay
iraviwu. owwna. iiiBr"auya magnincent pec
acla. and deserves to 1m. mm Viw u.n in . rtf h
ban) and the betntlful. It ie, of conrw, Impoesible
to satisfy any vivid imagination with a pirture.or
the representation of a character, for ruch have
tempeta, and spirit., fairies and vl.ions, Hamlets
and Bomeoa, Mirandas and Ophelim, Violas and
Imogens, lu thamselves, far better than any they
will ever vee upon the stage, however great the illu
sion may be; still, there is a certain de.rre of pleas
ure w am uerivea xrom tnete impersonations ot tness
characters, which la calculated to raise the ideal yet
Miranda' at tha Oara-hanaa la a dear. mnftA.
sweet girl, whoa we have seen often la ear dreams
and expect to see again, tor to the mind, the heart,
tna sum, sacn onareoicre never oi.l ana, aitnouxa
slightly tinctured with womanhood. It appeals only
to our aesthetic nature as a beautifnl vision which,
wbsn It has past, leaves a pleasant memory, as a roes
after It has faded stl II yields a delicious perfume.
The other characters we may speak of hereafter,
being now prtesed for space. Taa TsurisT will be
repeated this evsning, and we advise all who have
admired this mighty miracle of the mind to visit It
while they have an opportunity.
Woon's Thbatii. Tib Fatalist waa ere
dnced for the third time last night at this establish
ment to a fair though not a (nil audience, We have
seen something more of the play, bat yet not aUJof It;
hence, we are still unprepared to pronounce upon It
fully. .The author la certainly entitled to some
credit ror originality, for he wounds bia hero in the
fourth act. and than brimra him nnnn theaenn. to
die In the filth act, without any agency save an in-
vincioie ounging to uie, wnion ne does not attempt
to explain.
The duel la effective, and aa tha aaana anani. Sli.
playing a vision In the background, It remlnda ns of
the Coastflaw Baomnu! hnl. after havlna- heard
"jwi wi p vwaasra wnion are ooDiiuerea aa ooauii
rni, we eonisss our inaniiity to regard tnem id inis
light. They are round and sonorous, but faulty in
rbslorlo, and appear to ns a species of fustian with
wnloh the ear Is pleased while the intellect la pained
the sense reoefvee the sound bot tbe mind rejects
the matter. It Is much In Its favor, however, to be
compelled to say that It has been at least a partial
success; foritmust be exceedingly difficult to walk
erect in those literary paths in whioh Addison, Dr.
Johnson and Thornton havastumblad and fallen.
in regard to tne impersonation or "Hi. Leon," as
Mr. Powers is now retarded aa an artiat rather than
aaamatenr, we maybe pardoned for saying that he
is frequently faulty and sometimes positively Md.
nis raeMiiDiB are monotonous ana inelegant, a is
movements nnffraeefnl and his no km often nnnamral
and absurd. In better hands the hero would have
appeared to a much greater advantage, and the play
would have been rendered much more effective.
Abb fatalist will oe repeated this evening In con
nection with tbecelebrated pantomime of Doa Joabi,
Bibiovs AootsiMT Two Msit Ssvsrrlt, ir
bot ITataut, Wourdsd. Yesterday after
noon, about four o'olook. two men. named
Henry Weaver and Patrick Fitssimmons, were
severely wounded while engaged in working
wun some saw-iogs, on tne Dank or tne Lick'
ing.at the saw-mill of Messrs. LlvesevA Con
lan. Weaver was employed at the mill in the
plaoe of bis brother, who was hurt at the sime
place a few days since, and Fitzsimmons had
gone there tor a load of lumber. Weaver and
some others were engaged in detaching some
logs from a raft lying in the river, and Fitz-
simmons naa volunteered hie assistance,
While thus engaged, some logs from above
were precipitated down the bank, and striking
tne men we have named, knocked them down
and rolled over them. Weaver's recovery is
regarded as hopsleas, and the wounds of Fits
simmons are quite severe. The injuries of the
former are chiefly internal, while those of the
tatter are merely ail external.
Medical aid was called in, and the parties,
both of whom have families, were subsequently
uaen to tneir nomes.. ,
Polios Court. A man named Joseph Fani,
who hails from the clastic land of Italy, was
yesterday fined $10 and oosts by Mayor Haw
kins, for -abusing his family. Joseph acknowl
edged the heineousness of the offense, was ex
tremely penitent, but claimed that as he was
an Italian he had as good a right as Caesar to
demand tnat his wife should be above suipi
A. P. A. The Kentucky Lodge No. 1 of
this order will s-ive a ball at Odd Fallows'
Hall to-night. Extensive preparations have
been made for the occasion, and a large at
tendance is expected.
Monetary and Commercial.
No particular ohange occurred yesterday ia
Monetary matters, except the advance In Eastern
Exchange, which went unto H prem. selling ratal
dealers paying X for all tbe good checks offered,
The market at the close of Bank hours were very
firm. Tbe price of Coin waa put up with Exchange,
but it was in snch small demand that a large lot could
bave been bought below H.
nw n.i.... v.-i,.- .i.j ....i. .
and any ordinary amount of Sight could bave been
sold by tbe bankers at 1 premium.
Third-street waa rather in active yesterdsy, in the
morning, out DUBiness improved in tneaiiernoon.
we quote axenange and (Join as follows:
New Tork Sight.
Baltimore .
Boston hnwh
ew Orleans
American Oold,,.,
H prem.
X "
H prm.
H "
1 "
KaH ' "
Floor continued qniet yesterday, without variation
in price, and Wbisky was unchanged. Bye advanced
to (I 06 per bushel, but other kinds of Oraln were
unchanged. Groceries remained dull. Provisions
were heavy, and prices btd a downward tendency.
Sales of Boas were light y 'erday,jd the market
continued dull.
Earmiiss or thi 0. ft M. Bailroa. The earn Ings
oi ta.v.s ra. nanroaa last tfecemner were tTif),
669 23. an increiae of S22.63S ttover Deoamher. lxaa.
Imports ahb Exports at N rw Yoaa. The imports
of foreign goods at New Tork duriag last year was
242,34.,ouu; exports of specie ffVll.ooo; deliveries o
uaiuoroia goiu a3v,ooo,bW. ins imports nave in
o rensca over atf2.uu,uju, ana ine reports over s
OCO.OUO, of which 43,7O0,O00 has been in enecie. In
deed, the ex ports ot specie are S10,0il0,00igreaterthan
of Domestic Produce, and mora taati half nnr AntirA
exports. If the imports at other pons during tbe
your are in uiesame reiaiivo proportion to tne lnv
ports at New Tork, aa ibey nnually are, tbe aggro
gate Import, of the country will reach about 1400,,
wi.uuu, aua tne exports, lncinmng specie, about aasu,,
The Imports and Exports ot various artloles dur
Ing the twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon
IHFORTS. Tlonr. 1.031 hrl. Whl.kr. I. lux hi.rr.la
Oorn, 7,776 bushels; Wheat, 442 bushels; Oats, 1,(37
DosDeiB, oariey,jHH DusneiB; nofrs, 3,ivo need; rora
and Bacon, 6 hhds.;81 barrels, 1 20. 233 pounda; Sugar,
onyauus.wnuiaaaee, yiu oris.; uonee, ou DagstAppiea,
lllbr Is,; Butter, 61 kegs; Oheese, 218 boxes; Potatoes,
oav uria.
VVBASM V1.n- JUWI V. . Wl.l - O.Q V1.
Barley, 200 bush.: Fork and Bacon, 123 hnds., 223
tierces. 1,317 pounds, Mb -xes, Sugar, 13 hhds.; Mo-
imwi ito urn.-, voune, im page; Apples, no oru,
OhMae. 366 boxes: Potatoes. hrl. Halt. M hrl.
Tnesday'a Tribune speaks of last week's New Tork
Bank Statement, already telegraphed here, as fol
Tbe weekly statement of Bank avara.
Is even
more unfavorable than was anticipated . Tl
he Iocs of
specie is greater ana the contraction of loans leaa.
The specie reserve now stands at a lower noint than
at any time since November, 1857, Immediately after
iue auapeuaion, vnen tne loans were only avs,ouutuuu.
Compared with this this time last rear the loans have
been contracted about 13,000,000, tha deposits about
$12,000,000, and the specie reserve $2,100,000. Instead
of keeping 30 ner cent, of specie to net deposits on
hand, as the banks resolved to do, they are now below
23 percent, , . .,,
The fallowing la a comparative statement of the
oondltion of the Banks of the City of New Tork:
i '' . Jau. 7. Dab. Si. r
Loans-....l24,M7,63 B12A.516.046 Dec.t 918,33
Specie 17,863,734 10,620,220 Dec. 1,766,484
Circulation.- 8,83y,06S ,. 8,336,1177 Inc. 163,088
Deposits..... 74,808,865:' 78,323,484 Deo. 3,474,622
Tuesday 'a Hew Tork Times nnder date of Monday
evening obaervee: - ..
In Money affairs M-day, the rate and supply tb the
tuo Dtuc orvaera are mucn ine same as at tne close
of last week, while the terms on mercantile naner
are rather dearer, though prime lists of long dates
are not presetd oo tbe market outside of bank. We
hear of transactions in Hlxtv-dav first-class accent-
a nces at percent., ana in 111
4 month, at fmm a tn 10 ner bai
list of Pacer aver
a Ea
cent. The foreign
ohange market is less freely rainlied with chean
transient bills, owing to the repeated failures of the
Southern mails, and rates on London early in the
day promised some Improvement. Bnt the demand
for tbe Boston steamer thus tar is quits moderate,
and the standard drawer are ready to supply It at
109 per cent., and ether good names are offered from
MHjjmt percent.
The sales were 800 barrels, at $5 266 31 for super
line, and So 406 76 for extra. Tbe latter rate for
choice white wheat;
WHISKT-Ho change -in the market; the demand
is fair: aalea or 1,100 barrels at 2l2lto., including
that from wagon.
H008 Ws have no Important change to notice In
the market, which continues doll and heavy. - The
receipts were aboit 1,000 head. The sales wore: ,
67 head averaging 318 lbs. at..... ........... 6 40
100 head averaging 120 lbs. oonntry dressed at. S
SO head averaging 180 lbs. country dreaned at. 6 12
376 heed averaging 210 lb, country dressed at, A 60
PBOVIBIONS-fhe feeling Is dnll and heavy, and
the salss indicate lower rates; bnt holder compara
tively nrm. The sales were 600 barrels mess Pork at
IS 26; 70 tisroee Lard at aiOo. 160 kegs do. at
10o.; 600 do. at 10c, and 3.0 barrels and tierces,
at Hie Nothing done to balk sleet., Bide Bacon
gold at Sc., for February delivery
GROCERIES The market 1 dnll and without
change: eales of 60 bade. Sugar at SXlSASMo, and 100
barrels Molts at 46c
, W HEAT The market continue firm, with a good
demand, at ll 3601 SB lor prime white, and fl to
l 33 for prime red: tale of 260 bushels fair white
it $1 23, ea tVWQ do. prim do., at Uadisoa, at
OOBBT The elamavie- aAntfnwaa awod. and arleaa
firm at Sovattc., in bolk.
, OATS Tbe market is Arm, with goe4,dnand
at 4i49e., in bulk. .
BKi-The demand la active, with light receipts,
and prirea bare adtaoced te tl OS per bushel: aalea of
mi ouineis, from lanoiuz, at Si e, ana xu so., rrom
pot. at SI.
LET There is a fair demand, and
and, and prioee arm
B3&660. for fair to
at 7JK900. ior prime rail, and
HAT The demand oondnnes active, and prioee
firm at 21 per tun for prime Timothy, on arrival.
uaiMa-inemaraetisnrui, wuu an active ae
maud at laatanotatlona: aalea of 400 boxea mimmer-
ciirad Weatern Keserve at t)ic.; SO do. fall-made
noewrn neeerve, aei.ciea, at vtc.
BUTTE It There la a fair demand, and nrlnaa
steady at 18o. for Central Ohio, and 170. for Western
nwuia: saiea oi iu narreie cnoioa western jaeasrve
vairy at lie.
PLKb-The market la Drat, and the demand
ffdod at 12 2SAa3 26 ner barnl. frnm .tan.
rui'A iuao mere is a good demand, and prices
Arm at last Quotations: sales of 200 barrel of good
rm at laat
iiMu.uw...., r w, iron ihts.
OLOViCIl HKKD-Th. demand nnntlnnA.ft.lr. anA
nrlcea staadr at 94 60A1 66: aalea at 176 barrel, ml
NlW Yoax Bl.aiBT. January 11 P. M. lonr
easier with rather more doing for export, while the
to supply preolog wauts: aalea of 8.400 karrels, al
16 I6&6 20 for aut erftne HUte; 15 2S4 SS for extra
Htate-clcsing, and 6 so is freely offered for good
noma traae reiuaee id vnrcnaee mora idii amnciena
iiraoaa tor export; a ung-t si ior aupernne weswrn;
tu ior oommon to meainm extra western:
80 for Inferior to tood ship ing brands extra
round-hoop Ohio market closing euleu , ahippers
gagea ireigut co-oay ior i,wo carrels tor knerpo I,
ties of 460 barrels at 1 XXM 60 for oommon to
ia i,tuu ior uonaon. uanaaian rioor lass Duoyanc.
(3 76A4 40. Oorn
noice "aira. Aye aiour in mouerate request at
aal unlet and unchana.d. flnck.
wneai ionr
elentv and dull at Bl STUini Mr ml
Whisky it without material change: sales of 160 brls.
st 2MB3o. Wheat sanlsr with more doing or export:
salss of S,TO bushels Mo. 1 obolce Baring at Tfl S0
.1,'aX) do. prim Mllwsukie Club at ll 24 3,000 do.
winter rea Dte at ai mj. ior minioa. ana euoao.
ImA k4f.ntHUllftn .t t At IV n ,7- - n 4 ,k.
out special change: sales of 1,000 bushel at 22c. Bar
my nominal at oweoo.,as m quality, vorn ami ana
heavy: sales of 8,600 bushels at 82A870. for new white
utid;yellow. and 83c. at the d ck, for new mixed
Western. Oat In good supply, and qniet at 46
n?tc. ior Diai, neeiern ana uaoaaian. npirit rur
routine In moderare demand, with sales of 260 brli,
tt4444e. Common BmIii held allien! 66. Iron
qnie auu nomiaaur uoouangeo, 'lanow no saie oi
magnitude (sported, and prloea are unchanged.
Hods oulet. with small aalea of ltss. at loffilso.
llidaa vary firm at previous nrloeB. Lima rules onlat
at 76o. for oommon. anu Sl 16 for lump. Oils are
met ana nncnangea; iiinseeaii selling at 07ffiasc.
'ark dull and mess lowsr: sales of 600 brls.. at 111 62
for prime; and tit 12((4I6 26 for men. Beef dnll and
unchanged: sales of 260 brl , at S44 60 for country
prime: 66 20 for country mess; f 94$9 76 for re-
I'icKea mesa, ana eio 504611 Ior extra mess. Beer
lams dull at 112 for State and Western. Prime meas
Beef nominal at 11617. Dressed Hog plenty and
dull at 6M6Ko. for Western, and 7o.Tor city. Out
Meat dull; at (Mo. for Hbunlders, and tfoiMe. for
nam, eacon i neavy sales oi iou Dozes choice city
clear Middles at lOXc: a small parcel of Western
long-ribbed at 8c. 1,000 choice city packed Hams
sold at lie Lard I quiet, with sales of 129 barrels
at 10MllXo. Batter there Is a moderate business
doing, at iz(rtji7c. ror Ohio, and 1624c. for Bute.
Oheese continues steady at UMlHo. Ooffiaa ia in
fair request and firm; sales of 2,000 bags Blo on pri
vate terms. Molasses qniet but firm: sale of 301
hhds. Mmcovado at SO. Sugar, the unfavorable
weather limits the business to.dav to 16 hhds. Nrw
Orleans at 8Hc, and 76 hlids. (Jubaat 7(S7Mo. Bice
continues ste dy: tales of '& 0 tierces, part for export,
Ht3Va)(Xc. cash
ih. Ashes steady: sales of 60 barrels
at i 26 for Pots, and 6 37i for Pearla.
market exhibit no imnortant change, and the de
mand is moderate: sales of 1,600 bale at HHo. for
uiiaauug upianas.
Niw Tcnx Stock Masiit. Jannarv 11 RAnnnil
Board Chicago and Bock Island. 621a(afl2. aalaa
and Chicago, 62Xiai62H. Btate Stocks in fair demand:
Virginia, 91 bid, 90s asked, Tennessee, bH(cat .
Ohio, long loan, Klriti. Kentucky sixes, 102. United
States coupons, fives of 1874, 100lllor; sixes of 1868
and 1876, are 106X107. The Railroad Bonds were
uareiy maintaineu.
aw Tom CATrl.t Mabkit. Jannnrv 11. Baaf
Cattle declined a trine on common nualltv. first
aualltles wer readily sold at lull urlcm: common to
prime at cksho.; rritestocx at mau'io. iieceived
2,860 head. Sheep more active, and pricea somewhat
bizher: theauality also was muoh improved: reoelnts
9,b50 head. Swine dull; receipt 7,000; sales at 6M
Ttio. grots.
Baltimoxw Mabket, January 11. Flour: sales of
tiowaru-street at ..'" ,u. vr neat ana rjorn
uncnangen. rrorision. a m at iormer quotations,
! rilSKV uuu,
From Washington.
Washihotoh. January 11. The War De
partment le preparing for effeotivt operations
in the spring against the Indiana, who erenow
commlttiog depredations on the Santa Fe mail
route. ,
Colonel Sumner's command will furnish the
forces. v r; ".f.' ! 'f " fl i;
ColonelJohnson's Utah command ! io be
ordered into Arizonia in the sprint;.
Letters from leading bankers in New Tork
state that, owing to the non-organization of
the Bouse, Fostolhce scrip will not be pur
chased at higher rates than were paid six
months sgo. , :
Tho President has nominated to the Senate
ex-Congressman Hughes, of Indiana, to fill
the vaoancy on the bench of Court of Claims.
Among the other confirmations to-day, are
those of Manhl M. Smith, as Consul to Con
stantinople, and Henry N. Miller, as Post
master of Detroit.
The mail contractors oontinue to throw np
their contracts, finding it impassible to oon
tinue tbe service, through the failure of Con
gress to make appropriations
In the House to-day, on the second vote for
Speaker, Messrs. Briggs and Morris, of Penn
sylvania, voted with tbe Southern Opposition
for Mr. Gilmor. Mr. Davis, of Indiana, re
ceived the votes of Allen, Burr, Cooper, Cox,
Howard, Morjtgomrey, Morris, of Illinois; and
Riggs and Mr. Winalow, got those ' of Mr.
Dominick and McClay. Mr. Davis, of Massa
chusetts, voted for Mr. Bocock; Mr. Clark, of
New York, for Mr. Adrian; and Mr. Adrian,
for Mr. Reynolds. . ,
The United States Agricultural Society
added President Buchanan and ex-Presidents
Tyler and Van Boren to their lists of hono
rary members.
Boston Wool Market.
Boston, January 11. The wool sale by H.
Harris k Co. waa well attended by many deal
ers from New Tork, as well as by a large
number of interested parties from New Eng
land. The bidding was very spirited, and all
the lots were disposed of, aggregating 348,000
pounds. A large part of the foreign was with
drawn. The following were the sales of the
domestic: 4,000 broken fleece and tub at 33c;
12,000 do. unwashed fine and mixed fleece,
32c; 12,000 line and medium tub, 45c; 8,000
do. graued fleece, 4350o.; 45,000 do. extra
graded do., 53c; extra do. do., 5354o.; 15,
000 double do., 6230.; 3,000 common medium
fleece, 89c; 45,000 graded fleece, 4o50Jic;
20,000 extra graded, 54c; 18,000 common to
medium fleece, S8c; 85,000 extra graded do.,-)
5254c; 10,000 double do., Mo. ;, 35,000
graded fleece, 3550c; 2,000 double extra
pullod, 42c; 3,000 extra pulled, 48; 29,900
super, pulled, 3437J4cj 35,000 No. 1 do.,
29c; buck do., 26c; 20,000 super, pulled,
33K34c; 35,000 ip washed fleece, 12c;
2,000 medium and oommon fleece, 41c. .
Later from Mexico.
Nbw Orleans, January 11. The steamer
Tennenee nas arrived from Vera Urns on the
, 8th inst, with $20,000 in specie.
' The sloop Savannah sailed for Pensaoola on
the6th inst.
Mlramon took several places on tbe Paclflo
on his return to the Capital. The Liberals
recaptured them.
The correspondent of the Picayune says that
the President's Meisage, advising the inter
vention of the United States waa well received
by tbe Liberals. - m
It was reported that tbe British Minister
intends removing the Embassy to Vera Crua
and recognising Juarei;
River News.
Louibvills, January 11, P. M. The river
is rising slowly with seven feet three inches in
the eanal. Snow and sleet falling, r '
PirrsBOko, January 11, P. M.' River
eleven feet by the pier mark and riaine prin
cipally from the Allegheny. Ioe floating.
Weather eloudy and freeiing. (-' ; '
Indiana Republican Convention.
.X Ibdiabapolib, January 11. The Republi
can State Central Committee met In this ety
to-day, and Ixed the 22d of Pebruary for
the Btate Mass Convention. -
Steamer North Star Arrived.
Nbw Tobx, January 11. The steamer
Kort Star has arrived with the California malls
of the 20th nlU Her nowa hare been antic
ipated. ' T " "
Steamer North Star Arrived. THE LAWRENCE DISASTER.
Further particulars.
I ' , j I i. ,fi I
'ftnlMttaiio. o report nm fir page.
A portion of tbe operatives had left for sup-' ''-
per previous to the falling of the building
about 600 remaining. The building was five '
atorlee high, 250 feet long by 70 feet wide, ,
w ltb a wing on the west side 45 feet square, .
xtiaped like tbe letter L. It ran 1,700 spindles'; -
nine nunurea ana sixty operauves were eni-
11 be following is a list of the killed as far aa
c:m bs reoognlsed this morning: Maurice Bui- .
wer, or Rochester, fl. x.i Jonn juuroom, oi .
Lowell; Mary McDonald, Bridget Ryaa, Mar -.
Sullivan, Michael U'unta, Alien voioure, .
Birnard Collafield, Hannah Shaw, Kllsn
Roan; Ellen Sullivan, Margaret FuUer,
chdget Xugneray, jeremian Anern, ira.,i: ,,
Anna Muldrex, Joanna Cronnan, Bridget' "
Louaherv. Marv Howard, Lafayette Branch, , . ;.
(overseer,) Thomu W. Watson , and Johanna 1
uuriey, all or iiawrenoe. , .. ,.
When the lire spread ever the rains they
found esoape hopeless, and bid adlsu to
friends, and in several cases gave direction as ,
to the disposition of their effeots. In one part 1
of the building a hole was battered through a
wall, and through it could be seen three young ;
women who said they were not at all Injured. .
One thrust hsr arm through the small hole
and begged to be drawn through it, but before
ths aperature oould be made large enough the
names arove tne men away, ana tne pnsonsrs
A jury was snmmoned, who, alter reviewing
the dead, adjourned till to-morrow.
Th insurance on the sills was $415,00,
std to be against Are only7. i , - i.
Among the wounded are JSUaa Vow, ratallyj .
Bridget Bradley, fatally; Kate Be'gbee, a
tttrman. thigh fraotursdi deo.Oarealferi Henry 1
Coll and Margaret Hamilton, now lataim ii
P, Barron, Cecelia Btevens, Mary ana Marga
ret Slaven, Mary Kennedy, Hannah Hennas- ,
sty, Ellen Mahony, Mary Tork, Bobt Hays, , ,
Ira D. Look. Mary A. Coleman, Sarah Doyle, '
John and Elizabeth Ward and Thos. Conner. '
' Among the physicians present Is Dr. Isaae
b'arrar, of Brooklyn. " ' l '
Three persons are known to have been lit-
erally roasted alive. Elisa Dow has since ,
died and outers are dying, xne .ore is sub
dued. Only two bodies bave been taken out
since the conflagration. The building was
uninsured. Coroner Lamb commences an
inquest to-day.
1 O'Clook P. M., 11th. We have bnt very
little additional in regard to the dreadful
catastrophe. A large number of the killed
were young gins, many oi tuem Doing ins
main support of their parents.
The fire was oon&ned to the ruins of the '
Pemberton Mills. . The loss of property is esti-.
Diatodat $800,000, . . ,
The Mayor, hat Issued the following no
tice: .' . ',
"Lawbihcb, January 11. Terrible as our
calamity has been, I think it la much over-" -eslimated
In the number killed. 1 As near at I
bave been able to ascertain this morning, I ,
find the dead and . missing, which , is cquiva-, , ,(
Irnt to dead, 115, and 160 wounded. ; Some of '
the wounded will die, and very much the ''
largest number will survive. '
(Signed) ' N. SAUNDERS, Mayor."
Boston, January 11. The Lawrence catas
trophe easts a gloom' over the" oity. Hon.
David Sears presided at a meeting of twenty
gentlemen to-day, who subscribed $3,000 for
tbe relief of the sufferers, and appointed a
oommittee to solicit further contributions.
' The trains to Lawrence are crowded. A'
strong force of reporters is on the ground, and
accounts received are voluminous, but really '
afford but little that is new. John Ward, op
erator in the carding-roomof the second story,
who was miraculously saved with his wife,
describes bis escape as follows : ,
,. ,"l was in the carding-room, with the second
overseer, lighting up. , It was five or ten min
utes before five and we had but a few burners '
lighted. Suddenly we heard a loud thunder
ing crash overhead, and looking np saw the ,
shafting coming down all over the room; ter
rified, I stood fastened to the spot, although I
knew the building wm coming on me; then I
heard the overseer shout. I tried to jump out "
of the rubbish, but something struck' me
senseless; when I came ' to I found myself in
the rubbish, covered with blood from wounds
on my face. ' Firally I crawled np and got te
tne top and round a lot or ruins nanging over
toe, which liked to have taken my life, but I
succeeded in getting out. I passed a dead girl .
and two mangled bodies. When first I was
knocked down I fell under a heavy grinding
etono, whioh w s to heavy to give way to the
weight above." Ward found bia wife at the
City Hall.- : ,
The following is one of the heart-rending
Inoidents Margaret Hamilton, aged 14: this
was her first day's work ; her aged mother at
tended, and when asked what Injuries her
daughter had received; replied, "her arm is
broken, and her bead is broken, and oh I my
God," (and the poor woman burst into tears,)
"my poor darling Is all broken." The unfor
tunate girl died to-day. The daughter was .
the main support of the mother and four ohil-
dren. i , t .
Miss Olive Bridges, of Calais, Maine, who
worked in the fifth-ttory, seized the hoisting
chain of the elevator and went safely down
and esaaped uinjured. Before the building
caught fire a nnmber of those imprisoned be- .
neath the ruins eould be seen and conversed
with; drinks and refreshments in some oases
were passed to them. i;
Alabama Democratic Convention.
MoRTOoxaaT, Ala,; January 11. Tbe
Democratic State Convention opened ttormily '
Mr. Hunkers moved that General Bulger, of
Tallahasae, aot aa the temporary Chairman.
Mr. Tanoy opposed this, and in olosing,
moved that Mr. Smith, of Lauderdale, act aa
Chairman ... .
Both Chairmen took seats at the Speaker's
stand in the . Hall of Representatives, both
putting motions amid great noise and confu
sion; finally the parties compromised by the
selootion of 7. S. Lyons as temporary Chair
man. ', ." ' ' a: . ' : ',,!,,
Mr. Lyons is an old-line Union man, and
not of the Yanoy wing.. He appointed a Com
mittee of the Taney men. to decide on the
rights of the donble delegations from Mobile
and Montgomery to-night.
The Convention then adjourned until seven
o'clock amid great excitement. '
New Jersey Legislature.
Tbbrtoh, N. J., January 11. The Gov
ernor's Message wag sent to the Legislatures
to-day. He takes strong Union ground, and
regards the idea of disunion aa very remote.
He opposes the African slave-trade and, urges
retrenchment, recommending sundry measures
to that end. The House to-day deolared va
cant tbe seat of Mr. Johnson, member elect
from Passaie Connty, on the ground that -had
been convicted in the Court ef conspiracy
Outward Bound.
Boston, January Hi The steamer Canada
sailed at 1:80 P. M. for Liverpool, m Halifax,
with thirty passengers for the former and
eleven for the latter port. . She took no specie.
The mail from New York, , eta Stonlngton,
failsd to arrive (n season..- ) (., ;,
I . , .
Rbfbodcotiob or v aa Sioelbb TkAsaav nr
CaiCA80-Augut Williams, a German milk
man, dangerously shot one of his profesilen
and oonntrymaa,Charlea Kaufkoly, la Chicago,
a day or two tlnoe, on account of a criminal
intimacy between Kv and his wife, whioh he
had discovered from a -letter containing tb
woman's confession. I Williams gave himself
up and justified his deed by the Sickles pre
cedent, which, it was evident, he had care
fully studied, t The wounded man, a dissipated,
and worthless fellow, lies in a critical condi- '
tlon. Jr' "
A Basb Kiuib wrtw Kiroan.'-Mri Bun
day last, an infant about tlx week old, ef Mrs,
Benton, residing near Sunbrary, 6j,wm acci
dentally smothered while the methsr wae en- ,
deavorlng to protest ,froia,1tl kttenseoold
daring ifJaih;irld Wttt),
.di'oljj Oils I'l IijhJ it'll,-.' . .

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