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the pb miT-pnnaa
is sabUakes uirt (Seeders F-y
FRANCISCO CAfcDWKi, -
It I0B-B0. U WBSt f f.iliT.
THB run PSBSSIs U-md kg (ubacrlben ia
UlnolBnatl, Oovtotitaa and lewjort, e (;.'
nwdlngaltleeivd towns, at the est.
BIX OUTB A Wtt) PATABU1 SO CAF.MBB.
MiWJ1l'P"'"'''' MM .,
TTt u iv ,-, Y-t i' n '
W 0 P S JT H E AT E Re
Comer of Sixth end Ylaaratneta,.,: ,; ;,.( ,
John A. Blister, Jr., oole Manager kill ;
Pains or Abmissiob-Draw droit and Parqaatte,
uiocdu; uauery, uceow. . , .
Doora open at curtain, rlsts fttTX o'tlock.,
The CbUdren'i Nlfht
& namber of w1lotlcn tlriun ten mida to
viva on mon rAiirMAntAtion of tbbautlful t1MO
UclBOlld "AUsdis," In order to grwehlldrfen and
thoae vh with to ratlre erly, ta oppwtnnitf of wit
nenln thli rllf ilndld plar, It will bctpd drat
to-niint. to performanc oonoiuuingwiis
Mt of all burlMquM, "It Po-ea-hon-tu."
n ALADDIN; siii ,L ii M t 1
Oa. TBI WoUDlBtOT, IAP H p
Aladdin, Hin EH Klliler; Kurack, (tha domb
UH.t Mr. ViuIak Alknatfar. ra BaaieMin.) Mr.
. l . . i . vo r . , . . t. .i ; ..
HIM raonp Danbami Adimd. Ulm Amelia KtmouA
OTrture.......... ii. ,.MA..A?TWatra,
To conclude with - - . , , ,
OB, TH QBMTIiH HA1VKA.
Otplaln John Smith,, Vr.ilalU Llantonaot Browv,
Mr. Lord; Mrnboor Balff. mt. Adama; Pow-taa.
m. Mr. aililan H. B. H. Joa-boB'taa. MIm
Fanny Dnbam; Poo-tM-pet, UIm Anal Walt;
WM-aha-rea-da, nitniuu Antnfi a.co ai-cn
u nil.-. . . n i. i.
or To-morrow nlfht, th slat aallod "Tona
ant L"0rtaf." 1 ' - "' i
IV AT I O HAfj'1 THE AT ER.
XI ..v 1
John Batea, Proprietor and Manager ilK, B. Irwin. I
rlaea at paet 7. preoHely. " 1
raioaa or a rwieaioa-iiwai viiw . -jiww.
ramllr uiroie, cenn ; iwioreo noxaa.
eanU : G alien. 10 aenta I Private Boiea. s: 8
ill i 1 t n u-i: '.m ?
The Manacar takaa pleaaore ia annoonolng that ha
naa maae an entwanien wua . , , .,
Mias Lucy Kacott and Mr, Mlrud (
Who will avatar this ereplng.
jj It ill i :' f .'.I H'ij-i- C i
THI8 SVIHINO, Wedneeder; labroarr I. rkat
XHK HBART OE1 MIDLOTBlAli ; i
Ob. Tub l.fLT OP BT. fjBONABDB." '
Blannton (Seordia Bobartaon), Mr. W. Oarter S John
(Ouke of ArgTloKMr. Stuart: Darld' Deana, Mr.
Tandareni Iialrd of Dumbeldlki-a. Mr. AUea
Jeanle Daana, Mra. Vanderen ; Idle Seana, Mlea
iiaaali I a irnmum. UIW. liuuernu . jajiua ajniwi luiaej I
Afur which the farce of
THE WATERMAN. fi
Wt. HU. -Jlk W. Ut...i).. TJATIlhablaMlttai
..Mla Jennie Igbt
Tn sonolnda with the lashabla farce of ' '
THE VALBT DJB bHEM. l
Mr. Twnle. Mr. Allen, Oapa) Trlret, Mr. Btoari;
Mlea Marchmonnt, Mra. Vanaerea. .
NdTKIB TradMniBB and othara aire) eauttoned
anlnut furuiahlBB aiir articlaa for tbp tbeater wltb-
oot a written order, ifgood hr the ManagOT. ,. V 1
TBI SBW MATIOMAIi HOTEL, adjolnlril the
Theater, Is now
isen for tue receoiion r aQeeta.
Booma can be obtained br the 0r r week,
meals fgrnlahed at all honra.
8. K. Pike, Proprietor 1 1. 9t Conway, Stafe Di.
rector ; J. I". Herbert, Treasurer.
Paicisor Aoaueioii. Paruuette Circle, Psranette
and Balcony, 60 oenta ' Amphitlieatarr 3b, cental
t-mate Boiee ror eijni persona, a , w
Box Office open from 10 A. M. until 4 F. M., where
aeata ctn be aecnred.
Doora open at 6ft o'clock ; commence at 7M. .
Third week of thoae eatabliihed faTorltea,'
Mr. and Mrs. W. Kloreuee,
VhnM nndltlnn af tha Beenllarltica of the Irieh
Bor and Yankee Oal haa been anlcgiaed by the preaa
and publio of tha Old and Dew World, ,
' The eBgeg.nimt of theaa louna Americans has
oen aitenaeq witn oniuani auccets.
vimi ni.hi .1 i.ii.r.i uruiiru
THIS KVBNIKS, tebrakry 1 will be tresenteS
m new " pieoe oe rwa.uiuc, diiiipw
t iti a vitnvir..
'Os, Tin niiwpwn;uBg. Vr .1
lumliik the Oem of the Ocean, Kharaaaabad, chief
of theObebora rire IMpartmeat, Mua awosn. a
polled child, Mra. Florenoe ; Manager, Mr. eth'r
idan ; The Hbade of shaktpeare, Mr. Addiaon ; Tha
Phade of Byron, Mr.' Ilowooei Jlemonee, Miaa
proctor; jomiaorr, aius urocsar. - i viiii
J UP imnviiii.utD lit iwumiruv -im
i -TUB IHI81I LION. -
Tim Moore, Mr. riorencel Sauabbe, Mr, Hall ; Mn,
Fixglg, KM frooiori aire, urummy, aora, yu-
A grand apectaou'ar ana thrilling Drama Is In act.
Ire preparation, with new eoenery dreeeea, effects,
Ac, and anatained by the antlia atrengtbi of the
R. BO Y If TOM '8 LECTURES.
Dr. BOYNTON will" gire the last 1eotore,of his
aenrae on Geology, at
SMITII & NIXON'S HALL,
wicnvBanAT FVBNfsa. rsB. 1 M '
Subject; The Present Ol der of Animals,
With Han anil. Woman J Agwramt of the Biblical
and Geological Chronology; The Harmonyof fle.
osy with tha Moaaie Account of OreetUon, lUtulrated
with Palntlnga and Diagrams. " . II.
Admission no oenU. iiectnre to commence at TN
AN-D MH8, 8HAMK8'8
'Mt Boomrwtu.i?ii.'(' .
i National Hull, Vine-Street, ,. e FMtta.
The leeaona are ad arranged that innera can
tommenoa at any tlma. - V '4T' . arawesf--
MUSICAL. m i
COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO TH8
puplla of the Wee lorn remale Seminary, Ox
fnrd.Ohlfl. hrHiu Mar. B . A rt.m. and illaatrated
with a One Tiew of the Seminary Builclnga, Price,
W cents. ' ' JOHiN UHtiuun, jr., .
jal Ho. US Woat gonrth-street...
Hf USICAL INSTRUMENTS CHEAPER
i."-SL ibaa arer.
3 real aacriflce of ' m"- -1
vioionceiioa ,r l
lolios, Oultara, Unjo Htrln,Tiina
Ac. dttrlnff ti
Hsslllnff tt lffiMrmnt.1(M than int
other Ioum in this city, and flntolM ioitrnraenU
at HIM. vo not onr mn ioiaiinin nuui yu bbt
CAlltMl ftt Mo. 337 nit&4l
lMiim. intitta tld.
rtiino Maker., asd DeUr
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New Mode of 7entila don!
sow aaauuv va wvavaaawa
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OBAMBBRLAIN A' COi'8
Store Wars-rooms, Nos.., tl. and M Vinent,
(tteiow woiumpia.) ,
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delUf - MDOW BTnCDJ"9.
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Ff TPB AND 8TJBRB0TIPI
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modaiion. :w r. m.i n ism jixoraN. uuv r. .
laaURAPSua avs Ciciiiati.-4U . ; U: P.
Ohio MiaiMrm.-4:M A.M.: J-.M P.M.: T:P.t.
M.I 7!I&P. M. h. .
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Juaiioai(DliiDUiiAPOLi.-O:00a. M.i s40p.
PEN AND SCISSORS.
Brown bu . ben ar-
reaUd at Charleaton, B. 0., for forger.
' -Th nnmbar nf rlaatha In EL Lonll laat
7. . .' '777
weal hi aignty-asTM, .i . .,.! ,
StW nortea Wer bnrnt to death a
fire la Nw Tork, on rjday.rilglit. , .
1 )NthMilel Loww, of Fowler, Ohio, wan
kiilad rawnuy du laiung or a tree. i
rWlld aigeoni an fold In Norfolk, Va.j
1 J- II
wHakeU ! plaTiQK 1 at'
nd the Witard Andawon, U
Uoni ai (he Opera Ucuia; In Ban Fr&noltoO, :.
atarHntinrn. now o ttm at tne vauouea
TtiBttar. Kew Orleani, la the IuoVt winner In
jdrBloadln, the rope-walker, has made
great aaniation at Qaebeo, and U to perform
at the Falls of Montmorancl nexf rammer.
. sWii Alloa. Sootland. recently. Dr. fan-
wick died while under the lnflaenoa of ehloro-
r-HenrT Gaeker. a German, was murdered
In Philadelphia, the other dart by two men
aamedJUe and Miller, .frj. ytfi
It ll said that Lord LToni, the British
Mintstor. proposes to make Miss Harriet Lane
. Vm -J . . I
aA ... Mnhlln V..1I l aaat twantw.fiTa
.t i t ( .
hundred penons, is to. e ereoteo; in New
.. r - - ,
saV-Inthe oltv of Bt. Psni; Minn., they
rent stores and dwellings at auction, either by
the moath or yeary; ' , ;w ,
j W(Jah."Jbhn 8. Busawarren, who served
as a lieutenant in the Creek War of 181 J, died
near Marfreasboro', Tenn., recently.
Peek, who killed Harris recently tn
the St. Charles Hotel at New Orleans, has been
held In SMW hell.; x -i ' 1 a
The King of . Sardinia has ordered a
frigate to proceed to China, and represent his
Interests' there. rr . A., , ,
,ff"Ftve unsuecsssfol attempts to burn one
V. Freaner's a table, la Hagerstown, Md., have
been made witnut the last nx montu.
V Heed oysters are procurea, in urge
qusntltlei, along the Jersey shore, where the
ilyers emptjB'ettw?f f. t.
pr. Barney Williams, tbe comedian, Has
been pablloly waraad to leara Atlanta, Ga.
He is ebhrgsd witn Abolitionism. ' . , ,
lit Last week the resldeneet of a number
or the chimbs ot, lora, renn., were eniereu
by burglars and robbed of vanans articles,
SifThe dwelling of Klohael Garrity, ner
Loose s inuis, renn., was recently curat, ana
two of Mr. U. s children perisnea in the names.
..aTwo or three white person whipped a
negro to death in Wayne County, N. C, a few
days sines without any peaionablo cause. ':'
a. in n tt,.xir.. tji.
new Ail luvwuniivnu iivd .hww.
V.. from twn nlanta taken thltkap In
1720 by a French naturalist.
asSrThe riehl of way for street railroads in
New Orleans, has been awarded to the ornni
bus men of that oity, for siou,uoj i
An attempt was made to rob and assas-
I slnats tha Street Commissioner of Jersey Cit;
N. J., the other night. He was very badly
, L ..... TI. ..
S-Lastweek. the dead body of a child
was found lammed into a stove-pipe hole In a
noted ;house, kept by one Catharine ..Barton.
in Ponghk8pti?,fl. x. ,
BM.U T.mV. ft T AXaA tn
KB, .Ullli u.tvi.jH .wniiui . a w a, w.wu m
. I. . . a .. I la. . Ill i ... . tin.
fTrl . .,... .;:
'1. itaThirteen eandidates for the degree of
M.. i), were graunatea at uie isie annual a
amlnajliott ef the Medical Department at Yale
Si-M .-i a , ...
i iftrA. little hot was nlaced in a tree reoently
in Cuyahoga County, Olio, by his father, and
while there the child slipped and was stran-
1ai1 h hi. nwn eloak. . till
a- T ' " 7 ' ;' f : i . ,
A bor of flflsen, named Edward Cramp-"
'.' " . J . . J i.tj. lU - ..V J ll.
ton, Qomiiuiiaeu euiuiuv wia vum uaji vj luvr
in himself before a train on . the Troy and
ureenoBsn-Miuoaa, : , : . i
T jL..l T) -II A . I ' '"' 1 .v
; Jamaica correspondent denies that
ths Bmpsror Solouqae Is rolling In riches, i On
the contrary, the Bx-Einpreis is1 obliged to
wash his shirts with her own royal hands. ,'
jIn the Hudsoi Couny,(lt. J.) Court
jnryihave rendered a verdlot for 13,000 dama
ge res lit favor of Harriet E. Anderson, a young
performing at the Norfolk, Va., Theater,
rmingat the florioiB, va., a neater, icii
Into an open cellar way a night, or two alnoe,
and sustained serious injuries.
I . .' .- . ,.
sstt-It Is Said that Senator Mason has doiTed
Us aomeapnn suit and arrayed himself in fine
. . ... .. an. ... ... V 1 J
hmaiininin. " wa aia not .tninK aiib- uowbbuo
apphrel would last. sAii JTjs . y 0
J ftf 'The sloop-of-WM Itfclimosd was suo
oestfuliy ,; ianonea at . rorssmouw,
f'tS' v '
msfully,;.lMohed at, Portsmouth, Ta.,
j"Dusne-slreet Methodist Church, erected
In mr In the. City of New York and the
aka-Tha tailor shoo of Benjamin Wester
1 . r-. .T ..' ..it.i.t.
a. i.i ii.m, ia ..i r..ri amtm mu rnnniB van
f "'" ' rt" -r
f otnerignt'oieveiy Miiagwiwm,wv.'
tot books, ana m ..; '?! st
WProf. Wise if engsged IncenstrBcting
balloon for an asoenalon from Kingston,Oanad
en the Jtth of May next tne queen s naiiy
The Lowell (Mass.) Aratos puBiisses
Inbntioaa of marriage in that city; This
Intentions of marriage. was city; Ame
!.a '.LL'lt'i.n:m.nt near HaU's Cross
l-A '.mail ' tenement near Hall's Cross
toads, Md., was burnt down last week,
an - eld negro woman residing therein
The eltv of New Orleans has recovered
. :7 . .-.i... B.itimnM (nr Xftl.OOS.
tha jn deftndlng ths MoDonogh
TBI PilTB 0oBllPODlTl OP TH1 IiOSDOU
Faiss-John Mitohel. In tlata' letter from
Paris, writee as follows: At8aJlraanl'ardxng-
roosa, to whioh I -fraqaeritljt resort. Is to be
seen erery dit an old man of email ' stature,
with a faee of the keenest Intelligence, bald
forehead and thin grey hair? the stow is high
and Sflely formed, and the' face; when not
buried In the aewipaDers. rereals all the traits
or aenoate anf genial wit, wuen yon are not
astonished to recognise there when yon have
heard the name of the owner. It is no other
..... i ..i . . . .
than Father O'M ehony, bat by hii old eest
depltmt Father Front the Parli oomepond-
ent or tne ltondon f'tooa: one or. the. most
Vioioutly nnti-Irlih of London 'papers. ' In-
aeea ne is not only eonesponaenc. oat one or
the proprietors vf . that paper. , It is libgular
to remark,' by the way, thai all the principal
(oreifpi eomspoaenta or tnese Jenaon papers
are Irishmen; : She solemn person who writes
from Paris every day te tne Timet is a eertain
Mr.O'Maagher a pewon deeeended from the
tame Xipperary elan, (I regret to say) ;with
Thgmas Francis of that itfa, bnt hating with
him nothing else In ' common; -The two pre-
deoastors of this iftir. U Jneegner, in ue same
office, were Also Irishmen; so that the French
oorreepondenoe ef the Timat has been for many,
years furnished by writers of the sister island.
Akotbsb Inifim Esslisb ffrsAMii.The
English Government la harirs! bsilt steamer
of Immense' proportions, ' lar water line Is
tnree nnnarea ana nity leet oyer u inree
hundred and; seventy-lire feet, and bieadlh
forty-eii feet. he is by far the largest rirer
' steamer in the world." Her engines are two
hundred horse power. " She has to be Impelled
with peddles, and is hoped to attain in the
Indian Rirer. for which she is destined, thir
teen miles en hour. The teeis! is" flst-bot-
tomod, made for ft shallow rirer, and,, whan
laden will only take two feet ef water. She
is made of steel, and wilt welch about three
; hundred and seventy tuns., Her entire frame
work will be completed in : about a month,
when sne will be taken to pieces ana nnea np
entirely on the Thames, and perform two ex-,
peri mental trips on tne nver. sue is tnen to
be taken entirely Into seatlonal parts, pat
aboard a Tsseerana sens on te inoiS),;,,,;.,;,
. MoxTiSQUisn amd TBI ton. k cood story
of Montesqulen ' has' beeh diilnUred. It is
said that When the author1, of Th Etprii dtn
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JiOt TlSliea itome, rope I iwneaict : AA
wUk-J -,,HhB ful W
wished to mark thi fact br some sorenir, and
said to him, '"I give you permission to eat
meat ail your Uleume ana l extend tne same
indulgence to: all your family.' , Montesquieu
was. of ooursei intensely obliged at being re-.
leased from the fasting orders ef the church,
and bade adieu to His Holineia with feelings
of gratitudes Shortly afterward the dispensa
tion was sent to him, and, h, 'was presented
witn a little note or tees, amounting to rawer
a considerable sunt. Mentesquleu, astonished
at! this saored Impost, laid, "I thank His Holir
nen for his kindness, but tha Pope is so good
a man that i will take nis word aione." ! ,
Alabmiho PsAonoA(; Joxs at a Hotbl.
The . other night some rascal .of a fellow
dropped a lot ef torpedoes on the floor of the
St. Charlej Hotel, In New Orleans, where the
orowds were in , the habit of walking. One
man trad upon one of tbe combastiblH; it
popped, ana ne lumoea. nis jumping ereaiea
a stir, and some one else stepped on anotner
torpadot A panld followed, uenuemen squat
ted around, and dodged behind pillars, and
cot out of tne war generally, tsome one sent
For the citv police, and Sffioen went there flr-
ing Thsy found no dead, nor wounded; but
they found out that tney. naa Men erueiiy
hoaxed.! ,' K""''.!? '.''
Biropub Phssomsros m Boxiia ah Ami-
siar Will. For the last two or three months
workmen have been engaged in sinking
arteiianj well in Worcester, Mass. It has al
ready reached the depth of, 123 feet, of whioh
tne last os leei are1 id ine souu. resa, BCfdrau
water-bearing veins have been struok, but not
I lullioient to raise the water to the surface.
i, , , . . .... , . xv
Btnoo csaiuraay last, is Boa osen nouoau tnu
the water in the welt rises and falls at nearly
uniform periods, the fluctuation continuing
tromday today; At tne niguesi, tne water
riaet 118 feet, or within 6 feet of the surfaoe
tbe ground, and falls to 106 leet. ', ';, ;.,
Ab Old Maid's Kifly to a DsuAaootrs.
A Bangor paper relates that a violent party
politician was, tns otaer evenins;, in tne oom
oanv of ladles and gentleman, banterinir an
old maid on her state of single blessedness.
In the course of his remarks ne said; "It
really innsoountaMe,Miee S how a young
lady of your virtues and accomplishments
eould Aerer get married." A "It is by no means
wmm.rj t.tJAAit.'f ii;
,i Fits Nsgbobs .Poisobbd to dbath. rive
negro slaves, belonging to Mr. Thos. B. Man-
I ejlt. K.a. Xa TThi'msi A 1 ksBI IkWi.ef
pin. llvinir near Free Union. AJbeinarli
County, Va., were poisoned last week, and
of them died from tneeneois or me poison ao-
ministered. Several suves belonging to nr.
Msupin and his neighbors have been arrested
on suspicion.; . -; ';.":,:.'.v:,' . l
. a "1 i. " ... ..
EHTkiOBDiBAtr Wu There is a well
the vloinitv of Coffee PostoBce, Clay County,
. . - a. !l-,1 .M -Ilmimm.
lit., wnicn sxniuive aoraw iu8i. p-
' ... . ... . .... .1.
ana. whan tne wind Plows irom toe emm
msasures eignt- reet oi wsternue w
I a .... - 1 1 . .1.
wind changes to the norm tno water
pears and the Well is entirely dry I ;
Tia o bb Baisbd i thb Botrre
Agricultural Bureau at Washington
tn dlstrihota a number of tea-plants
States sooth of Virginia, but none will be sent
North until April. There are no seeds
year to be given' to members of Congress,
has generally been nope nsretoivre. ";
. T .r . A . . IP!,-
I I wlITIlTTBATInM OP A XK1BD ALAXUB
anvnratinn of Alderman Redmond Carroll
Lord Mayor of Dublin for the year 1860, took
. . . . . IU. - ...a ....
i miumi ah tna 2a iBit&wita u iviriuauu
processions whioh have become the establishsd
1 on suoh occasions. .
IsBi.Ann.-A move Is
lank In Dublinunder"the patronage
presidency of some of the principal bsnksrs
S ud msrohants of that oity; , ' 1 ; ,
ArsioAB Carmt iA nsgro speaker In
Yni-b .it. aallad to denounce O'Connor
his ipeeoh at the Union meeting, stated
. . 1 . . 1 . if - v., .1... .14 km.!
the colored population in that elty had
millions ef dollars in the banks.,, .
i , ftnm t .V.m. T1ii Altltans
Detroit, Michigan, are taking steps toward
erection of an epera-boose w mat city. ;
small towns of the Unionars growing musically
smblUous , at least ia aanis. -1 ... .- ,.,.,.,,
, , . ' as i i. .a r.
:Disopstbwim tin a BurissB. Wm.
Carter, a boy of sixteen;' who had beoome
weary ef life, hanged himself in tbe establish
ment whers he was employed, In New Tork,
Thariday lastV -ii.i ii.Jii i
1 Iob at- ParUnBLrHUi The Philadelphia
ttmjtr says that the ice crop of that vicinity
is larger tnts year wan last tne whovb.
tasted bales aome 78.604 tuns. Th sapaelti
vested beUg seme 71,604 tuns. - h eapaelty
of the depots en th
of the depots en ths Sthsjlkill is bout
j'l.'jn ,i':v.t rrrr
Anniversary Day—Funeral Honors Observed
in Cincinnati to Washington—
Sixty Years Age.
? Oa the 14th of, Jamb,'W ' General
Washington died., . : ' :' " ' '
Ol Tuosdsy, Jsnusry J, 1109, Tht Spy', ef
this city, a weekly paper, puhliahsd on that
day, was draped In mourning, and had for an
nouncement of the news thsse head-lines:
"Mount Columbia. Mourn! your Father, your
Protector is gonel'' '' 1 "f i
"We have the painful talk of announoinB
to pnr' leaders the death of the most illustrious
man that ever made his exit from this stage
of mortality General fteorge Washington."
" Saturday, February 1, 1890, was agreed on
as the day to pay loners! honors o. his ment
or. ! "'7.-'i vt.A.'t .. i i ', ,
Thi Spy of the 8th of February, 1800, eon-
''And solemn mor'd along the caralcsde."
'."'."Baturday i last exhibited to this town a
scene of mourning whioh it had never before
witneeeed. - That day had been previoualy set
apart fox the purpose of paying the most sol
emit funeral honors to the memory ef the man
first In war; first in pease, first In the heart of
his countrymen' Gen. George Washington."
, In obedience to the orders of Major General
.Hamilton. Caps, Miller, the commanding; offi-
est at Fort Washington, had mads arrange
ment for that purpose. The morning of the
solemn day I was .announced by sixteen dls
eharffes of eennon in a nick succession. ,
At 12 o'oloek, the troops formed, on the flat
id . front of the ganiaon, where they Were
joined by Cspt. Findlay's troop of horse, the
Masonic brethren and a large concourse of
oltissns, all eager to testify their high venera-j
tion for the oharaotsr of the illustrious ds-
erased, and the deep ssnse whish they entr-'
tained of his loss by paying tms mourniui
trilrata of respect to his memory.
; The bier was reoaived by the troops formed
in lines, with presented arms, officers , drama
ni milora aaJullnff. ' ' ' t
1 The procession then moved 'on in tne fol
lowing orders . Minute guns Bring from the
eaniioD, end the muslo performing a solemn
! (Captain Brown's troop of bene bom Columbia.)
CAVALRY. REGULAR TROOPS.
rrfBdereonimand of Oantain Miller. fJomoander of
Ueaeral'a, with sadille, hcUtenend plitolindooU
rnn muninnoH.i num. m.i iiiiiiting 1 11 1.1 ma
Rev. Matthew G. Wallace.
. -1 i.'' I c
'i Dr. Bellman,
c. .. i . t,j
I VI1 I, I
T. US rIX'J I,
.':.i'.i -r- i t
, Major Oofortb,
Ti o !
Hlilrcellency (lorernor Bt. Clair, and Attorney
Mleneral. as monrnera.
'Hesonle Brethren, (N. 0. Harmooy Ixidge No. 2.)
Militia umeera m unuoru.; v .- i
, ' . ';.-.,.-.i,i titUseas.,,,... , , ".
Having proceeded, through ; the different
streets, and arrived at tbe plaoe representing
that of. interment, (the Burying Ground, on
which Is now the office of the Penny Prtu,) the
military baited, end openlnn their lines.
formed an avenue for the bier and those Im
mediately attendant on it to pass through the
troops loaning on reversed arms-. .!
The oo fan having been deposited In the
grave, a prayer, suitable to the oooatipn, was
delivered by Kev, Mr. Wallace, after which
the Masonis brethren i performed their, cere
mony. " Three discharges of musketry over the
grave conoluded the military solemnities. . ,
-.His Excellency Governor St. Clair then de
.1 J it.. t.llia.l mAAmomm. v ' ' .
ItTBTVII We Mmvn.wa muiw,..
ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ARTHUR ST. CLAIR.
.'A tnana you genuoiiHa--wj ioiivttoiu.vud,
I thank you all for this mark of respect whioh
.yon have just paid to , the. memory of cur
. . v . a 1 .1 r. II !l!
stead. ! : win & . . -
"General Washington that great and good
man ' who was not only the father of his
country, but ths friend and benafaotor of
mankind; for his lifs was a lesson, and it will
be a laitins one to all who aim at being truly
great of truly useful. Could virtue, my friends,
have rescued nom the grave, we snouia not
now have had to perform tnis mournrai eere
monv. nor to lament the lots we have sus
tained. A heavy lots it is. and for whioh our
crief is both decent andpropsr. Bat let ns
not sorrow as those who have ne hope. , He
la -one to those mansions of bliss where the
spirits of just men are made perfect, to receive
his glorious reward, and where nothing he did
orsuffsred for his country will be forgotten
For ourselves, Indeed, we have much cause of
sorrow, tor be was rsmovea trom ns at a moss
critical time when our country is threatesed
from abroad and distracted by dissensions at
home.! But if we, my friends, witnnumbie con
fidence, place our reliance on Almighty uoa.who
raised him up and endowed him with all the
talents that were necessary for the many great
and important stations he was called in to the
coune of his Providenoe, and under whose
mid&noe we were led to independence and at
tained our llbrrty, regulated and guarded by
the best and wisest provisions, and wo are
true to virtue and ourselves, we need, not rear
that, should troubles enoompais us, be will
not again raise uo At instruments to lead ni
through them, and to accomplish all his tra-
oious purposss toward as; and the many visible
initances of His Interposition in oat favor, here
tofore, When every probability was against us,
pleasure. 01 this, my friends.be aiiured,
we do not forsake God be will not lorske ui,
and of this our deceased friend has left us both
the example and the proof. He trusted
God and he delivered him from all his enemies,
His life was a life of virtue, and hit latter end
was peace." . a: , -
1 11 The troops returned in inverted order to
place of formation; musio playing the Presi
dent's march, guns from the garrison were
fired at the distance of each hall hour during
IL. J . ,1 ....
As this Is thi) month for memeriee ef Wash
ington, this recital of what was done here
ilxty years ago Is reproduced for our Instruc
tion. r;'5 ''.I'!' . - - ,y, .....
lUv tha s things are intended lor tsu
As Ibtbbdbo Fabob Pbovbs a Tsaoxdv.
Thos. Fsulkner, residing In- Halifax County,
Va.. same to hie death, some days since,
hanging himielf. Faulkner was in the haUlt
of drinking too nauoh, and while in that ow
I 1 "it -J J.II.V. I .... -Ih VI.
ditioa seemed to delight in scaring bis wife.
On this, as on previous occasions, he declared
his intention ef banging himielf; bnt tying
l. . i . v. l. . .i..j r..M v:. .1.
lOpe too Buurt. WUVU li W'l7 UVU. UU
vation, instesd of reaching the floor he broke
Ab Uspoxtob atb Aotob. Harry Perry,
a promising young actor, and quite
here, who has been very dissipated.
made promise of amendment recently
peered the other evening very drank oi
stare of a Philadelphia theater, was hissed
off and discharged' the next evening.
fear Perry's course wilt heaoefortk be down
ward. '' " !-,.. TTm-Mr.!.,,.
' Labsb Issousob DivmasD. The
, Orleans Sun Mutual Insurance Company
declared a dividend of forty pet cent., besides
the six per osnt, investment oa tne outttana.
I ing certificates of profits to the stockholders,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
iuat rs.tned fm a three years' cruise,
Warbiboto. Jsnoarv 30, Resolutions
were Introduced in the Tirginia House of Del
egates to-day, declaring that whlls we rooof
niss an lmperitire necessity fordealslva maas-
nrei, m tne present oonauion or tninga, yai we
believe that prompt and efficient oo-operation
oan be more safely attained by the direst and
author! tativs aotionof the constituted authority
of the Southern States, thsn the agency of an
assemblage which can have no .legitimate
power except to debate and" advise; therefore
&o General Assembly of Virginia will not at
this time undertake to invite any eoniereaoeoi
commissioner, appointed by the authorities of
the Southern States. , , , ,
. The Demoorata in osuoua made no nomina
lion for Speaker, bat appointed a- eomralttee
to take aoUoa, with a view of concentrating
the vote opposed to Mr. Pennington on one of
their number, probably Mr. mcwiemana. -
Briggs, it is understood, wilt cast a vote
to-morrow for whoever may be snppotted by
the Damoerats, in reciprocation of the gener
ous support of their candidate, Mr. Smith.
in tne event ei ne lacuon, b wm vwu
vote for Mr. Pennington. , ' t -it?1 i. r -.
' Thaddens Hyatt, president oi tne xiauonai
Kansas Aid; Committee, has written, a letter
Id answer to the subpsna to appear before the
Harper's Ferry Investigating Committee on
tha lit of Fabrnarr. In which he Informs the
bommlttee that while he will so far regard, the
summons as to appear before them, be will not
answer any of their Interrogatories, became
he queetioos the ' exercise, by , a legislative
body, of powers purely judicial that are nei
ther incident to the Government nor conferred
by any express proviiions of the Constitution.
- In this position Mr. Hyatt is sustained by
the best legal advice of Mesa whose tta, end
HeW I0.; '' .':;! l M v.) j-, M-f-
James Bedpath, of Maiden, Mass., author
of the life of John Brown, has also been sub
penaed to appear and testify, but he, in a very
spicy, and wnat may oe' esuiea a very aauuj
letter, refeses to comply with, the summons. ,
Msw loxx, January, Urf aim irwmn
Washington eorrsspondent says:, In the vot
ing to-day for Bposker, Mr.- Rlgga gave his
vote for Mr. Pennington.' It would elect, hut
Mr, Briggs, whs haa repeatedly pieagea nts
vote for Mr. Pennington, refusing te give it, Mr.
Al .V Ul. A S.M Tmnn.Srfryfl
to MOlilemand, out will vote again ir jru-
nlngtonwhenhls votewm eieot..!
Tha ffmiM'aeorraenondent savli The Har-
ner'a Ferrv Committee met to-day, bnt did not
examine witnesses.- The- latter. of Hyatt Wal
read, but no action taken,, the Committee pre
fnrrln to wait until Mr. Hvatt appears before
them on Wednesday. ; Hon. 8. I. Bswell,
Boston, sets as oounsei for air. iiyatt. ,
There Is little doubt that if Hyatt rsfuies
answer the questions propounded to him
the Committee, he will be deemed .a contuma
eions withesi, and arralgnsd at the bar of the
Senate for contempt. . His reasons fot not an
swering will then oe the same as he gives
his letter. This will oause his committal.
writ of Aaiaas corpus will then be lisued
his roleue, and then the question will
brought i before the Supreme Court of
United mates ana oe iegauy Kstea. aii
Hyatt will arrive here to-morrow.
Mr. Kedpath, of Maiden, and ,Ef,nborn,
Concord, Mass., it is sua, win not appear.
Dn Howe wiU await tbe legal tec t ta be made
hw TTvatt. hefora annaarlnff. JiddlnW
not yet arrived, and may nasrims the sam
poiitlon Aken byyatt. Ke'.f is notified
appuar vu nsvu.,.!., nHw.,ui vvwmi.ivv
ness before, the Committee, he is reported'
have said that if he bad not been stopped
the Chairman, he would! have shown
Brown was, twenty-live . miles from " Osss
watomit fa the night that Wilkinson,
Dovles and Sherman were killed. He
... , " 1 L ..a. Ill-' -
Brown told aim no was not wiui taw
but that it ws.1 a righteous deed. ,' One of
party also told ltlm Brown was not there,
was esnpoi on' JjUdaa Oveek. .J ',;
The Time' correspondent fays: Company
H., 2d Artillery, will take post at Albatros
Island, San Francisco. The staff officers
the Si Artillery will -resume heir quarter!
wo rresiuio., , .
The United Btatef; steamship UautwhvttUt
had completed he): duty of removing troops
from Ban Juan Ills nd, and proceeded to
Franelioo for reprJrs. ana then, returned
Becontt xtieuta'aant nuaraite, oi vompany
G. 3d Artillery, and Eloutenant Roberts,
the Corps of Eriglneors, will prooeed immedi
ately to Fort Cascades. ' ;
- A eonspiraoy; was aeteotea among company
B.. 1st draoo as, whioh bad for its object
attack on a, noncommissioned officer of
company... .(.. ;." , , 3
' Ths mutinous aot was plotted in secret
was consummated on the parade ground of
company and In presence of, all its members,
and nonip were found loyal or brave enough
defend t heir officers. The mutineers have
...... - i l-. j f.L !.L... '' --.v n
irtea bum Bonwowi tor. puuipuiuvuv .
Major R. Allen, Assistant Quf termastsri
sppoin'ied to inspeot certain govsrnmentitores
and ptttperty reported unfit, for use, at
Franeiseo. . .. ' ','
lAVix. Am js. itaitimer wui proooea o
bis company at Fort Ripley. Assistant
geon, VlUinu IS aaaiguau w aionuuaa, i.iauu,
and WIU report inperson. ..... .... ,
Tlia aaal.u af IhA II M affAnmaV ,.,,,.,
From New York.
den of the City Prison, yesterday afternoon
ini.la a nra Imiwirl&nl jiuuiwarv in tha
of the two murderers, Stephens ana Benches,
lb appears that these two prisoners
i that these two prisoners had entered
into a conspiracy to escape. , The plan was
Itilt the two night keepers when those officers
opened the sell door to, hand in their sapper,
then obtain ths keys and let them pats
A loaded rorolrer waa found on each prisoner,
Roohbstsb, January 81. The family
; James 0. Psttingtll, Mrs. Msrahalsp and
Lewis, nurse, were poisoned yesterday
strychnine, administered by a servant
Mrs. Lswis will probably die... ,f . . :,
INbwabx. N.J.. January 31. Senator
las was last night the guest of , Ex-Governor
. J . IV ! . . , ' i
Plies. He took the early tram from here
for Waahintrton. : , t a . -
ior waeuingwa.. ,j 4 -, ,
Some foolIihfoUew In Naehvllle
sent a challenge to. local ef, ths Cleveland
because said local did not Ilka a
orauon the xennessean naa aauyorea ana
lam A laiij wieu iu nnnmii.ii'nimiiiii
lavs the Btrald, who was somewbat particu
lar in ner napits, ana aao one room ei
house In which ne person bnt herself had
tered for forty years.' "icwr otr tr.:'-
eA ohimney has been built near
230 feet high, tea feet higher than
Hill Monument. There is a chimney in
, gow, iwi., isew
I unwise enough to put in Print, .. --'!'
IjarThs Prlnelpal of the . fitals MtHuf
I College of Louisiana, at Alexandria, is said
Jas I be a brother of the Hon. John Sherman,
P- candidate of the Republicans for Speaker
ths the Ilonae.: m .f f,..t...,i I.'i.
I 77 . .. : . . '
1 1 .h j ji.j .M aar .
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A4t WtlceaenU Wof akoeedljit tre BtmtA'Hiinmm-sa:!Kjm
Ona taaarMoBl ia ,H I Ona weak 81 01 -
Iwowsk iiiioMth- eJ B
Largor adTertlaMMBita Inaarted at the tallowing rVee A m
, o ..it ft.' Btwewianof tan Uoeaarleaa: ... " 777r z'
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laoh additional. alTkrw wMks.M. 4
One wet . 1 MlOneaiooih. . .- -
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u j. u Jdb -PruxtinK -
lm all IU braswhas'dona witn neataeae aad dUpatahi i-'S'&f
BATES OF ADVEETIRING
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to I wwrn , IRK . BHILDISfl. a w n 4u 11 t
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of BOAD oaBS ao OmdibuahmaVwitiVMl ,
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taTlft OFFia TO THE PUBLIC? THa ''
YV Wheeler ft Wlla Bewlos Machlaj, with nf: , j
portent ImproTaaannt, end tomeet tlva deniapd for
TiZil. low.Briwd Family I'aehlne, hara Intro-, i ... .
iinAd a Haw STTLB. worklna upon the aajne prln- .,
alDle. and making the name etltch, tbonah not act '
hlfflr 8ul"a"rft Kl KTT-FI UOLIMj,,.j r.
T he eliauoe,aeedf noiaeliwineai and alrapllcUr of ,
A1.I KB ON BOTH SiDKB.inippMtble to rajl, and
CaTlnif no. chain Or rid. tb. fmesifc. the i
or thloneat fabrlca, haa rendered thla the oet too-
Saaful and popular JTamtly fttwinl achlna m . v .
made. .' . .,. , .... . . .i, im. ...
AtoorTanons onweawa ww "iuimi; oi-.'-a
and gla lnatroetiona free of charge, to enable por
cbaaera to aew ordinary aesina, hem, fall,- emit' a.-ui.sii
lara, prices, teatlmonlal., o. .,a ' ;- -
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' For eeJeby the Investors sad ManntaUrer, ;
AD AM8 & RECKOVER
p 333 Fourth-streci, CincinnatL C ,1.
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MANUFACTUBB AND BUPPLT. THI , , '
trade at tha moat reasonable prloea and on the "
moataooomaodatlBStenuwitk'i.vnii'ieir.' i.i.'e I'M;
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pr, ; ! vi--tii".i)-;- (..i nivM-if a-lni'.? twi'.""
For Oil, Fluid or Coal Oil,
AMD THB COAti OIL BKO0OKIZBC. ,
V. B.-JaBaa'a Imnroved Lamna and Bumera lr
sale by our agent, J.fiXLLKH8,Oovington, Ay.
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FOB BURNING1 AND LUBRICATING,
. .. .Free' from Offensive Odor, at
ft'; i ,i '. i. i
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O '
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing 'eetabliiliment
nAmerioa. - .. i ..... ...
. mm- Wa warrant oar Oils to be ednal.lf aot vase- '
rioi-jto any la tha market.'?. . . i -,
, We lnvita those in tha oily knd yifilnlty to
oall and examine tor themaelna. :, ' i -
er Bo persona ordering from a dlatanoe, aalls
faotion guaranteed in allcasea, Addreas i u. .1 :
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flORNER OF -MIAMI. QANAL .ANlr
TB lBO-BTBIST. Olnclnhatl. Ohio, arewmrn.
fnotmine largely, raiment eelebralMI llrdraujlo
Force and ,ljl(t Pump. Also, his Portable Stnaia
nsluea. ' AH thoaa who bra about to ipnrchaae
liiuru i -ABnaeriea, nrewerm, uiaiii-
uoehe. rHper iniiia scnHren
reekiDS PHl-naaaa. or. in
fact, for anypurpoee where a pnmpla nvdiil, will
Rod It to their advantage to eall
1 and aee the work-
lng of them valnable rnrentlona, or addrem
PALMKB POMP OOMPAIST Tbr a ctrctilar, wbloh
will furnish the namee of oiaaj who have tmd tbete
Pnmpa with perfect aatlfitolon. . .tjeJlttrn.
rUHE OTnrCAl,T teT.AHTir. wrsri',', 1
M.- taLLio BOOriHa" u offered- m the subtle .' T
'? ?-rJP4L'l', ti. Boor now. need, its .
I merits tested by an Mpwrtenoe of years Id tlHa oltv
andtieinitr. AppiM to Sat or atwoia oi new
bulldlBga. floeolderueed faetened securely with-
0at expeenr So th aotlow el tiiaalementa. ' " TT, r
Prepared aheeta, boxed Cor shipment to any part o V
lTudbiai.iiaB h applied by any cnrawHh s
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'yi-tf - sis wet Beans .t
a I M.B 1 Viy 7-COftiTINEWl
b hl s-f ,p.wmia
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mjr eauce, i uuv pinia am nan.pinta: ' 1 ' -!
; Continental ganoe, 36 galto lags: j i , v .
! Oontlnanul (Sauce. 10 nrViwIonJii.'tne
abore aanoea are o.nal to-Worceaienhlrw.- " .
I uiiiiu iHiiuii, iswiimn4uita;
. French Huatard, 10 live-gallon kegs Tor 1.
hemaaleaiid retail: by vi T f, 3o""'tbs, 1',
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