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WIISIELT Emu'', published every Thorpe lay, by the Mar Publishing Company, and mailed, free of poem time. m Simi per year. it is a large eight-page paper. containing 4$ eorumns of reading matter, and ia the cheapest paper of Cu cite publicised in this country. Lerma es envetasisrue.-15 cents per line, each Inman noir, Agate measure. Three months, I2's Cetit per line. Discount of 5 per cent. nu )5 column le pet cent. on colamn. D,WIT MOMENTS, for either WartirIN Of Tani:raft?. MINI take the run of the paper and he properlyelamitied. Extra displass, Swami and littotitto. Notieett. will be aliblect to adimnoe. No objectionable matted eiti be adusitted at any price whatesed. VOL. 7. CINCINNATI FRIDAY. JANUARY 15, 1875. , 4;TO. PI . , , . , , THE CINCINNATI STAR: , , , , . , , , . , ,t, 1 4 . , , R 0 h 1 -DA ILT B1.114014. published tTPPlbili teseept Pun. 4'. day01 the STAR SONLISII ITO COMPANY, At them oiliev. N4, , ,), ,1 1111,, , ,.,.,.... . .--''''....'....."'...l.....'....... ' . . 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By urder of 13overnor Tilden the execu tiou will be etrietly private. Tue Heraideeterring tditorially to the Predideut message on financed, says the point ot tile tiocument deserve berious consideration. Tile aim et the President to bring currency to per in 14'9 id a nob e eine, auil will invoke tile earnest bytupa by of the country. ille suggebtion of estliblishing new fa Hates iu the Idississippi Valiey is a wiee measure, and no doubt will he .ac ceptabie to the residente ot moss States, - aud especially ao the saving trans portatieu expellees trum the East will be of advantage to that part of the country.' , The Tribune's special trout asiling , ton says it, begine to be believed that tue hill Aquiring telegraph oompanied to in terchange buditiebe and pro rata charges on tue wane id likely to pato.. Member heve an inteuse prepuice against the 'Western Union Tetegrapn ou au couut what they couttider its !dentin cation whit the Associated Press. They mum tuere is no reasuit why it should not, intercuange and pro rate with other telegraph compauies excepting that to du Bo would impair Ite monopoly, and argue that Congrede can have no reason tor deleating the bill eave to maiutain a mouopely. The Western 'Union is generaily petty prompt in meeting itit. enemies neve, but. ea this pant, seeme to be caught nappleg, ' stud has aa yet developed uo deleribive policy. Alovemeats of Pacifte ittoG Steamers. 2IEW YORK, Jan.15.The following ad - viove mite been received at tue Wiled of the Pacific; Mail Steamehip The eteamship Montana arrived at Panama trom San Frauciseo via Acapul CO Jail. 13- eteambilip Aoupulco reached Aspin Wall trout New York Jan. 14. 2 hat Caucus. Special to the Star. INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 15.The Demo . cralle members of the Senate and House Met in caucus again twit evening. It was decided to leave the Senatorial mat ter till the last, and accordingly the fol lowing nominations were made: Trust (lee ot the liana Asylum, Dr. B. Pas sage, of Mietni; Trustees of the Hospital tor tile Imam Dr.. J. T. Richardson, of Carroll; Truetmes of the Deat and Dumb Asylum. Dr. Melton James, of Muncie: Superintendent el the Soldiers' Orphanie Home, Mr. O. C. Stauitord, ot Lake. it was then dettded to. go into the se lection ot a candidate for U. S. Senator. Mr. Rend, of the House, anti Senator Henderson withdrew. Messrs. depot!. aid and Holman were nominated anti - kluDonad selected as thè candidate by a vote ot 42 to 33. - , Election of BishopBuitroad Meeting, &a Special to the star. ,, t Comminus, O., Jan. 115.--A meeting in the interests of the proposed Michigan & Ohio Railroad was held last evening at tne City Hall. Govetnor Allen was in troduced and made a lengthy speech in ' support of the enterprise. In the Episcopal Convention lest even . ing, Dr. Jagger was meted Bilihop on the fourth tunnel ballot, by a majority ot two votes over all the other caildidates. The Convention then adjourned to meet on the third Weduestlay in Nall next in - St. Paul's church, Citicinnati. 'Dr. Jag ', ger is a prominent Clergyman ot Phila detphia, and is said to be a very learned man and an eloquent' speaker, and is a Low chuchinan. Some men in passing through one of the graveyards hear the eity last even log came upon several medical studeuts, as they supposed, robbing a newly mutle grave. Tile resurrectiouists tied and could not be , Gambier& Arrested Railroad, SuitThe Wa ter-works, etc., sic. Special to the star. - DAYTON, O., Jan. 15The police made a descent up a prominent, gambling house bore, yesterday afternoon, and arrested ' live men whom they found in the act el playing "poker." Each one gave bail tor his appearance this morning Miore the lilayoraue party are not-proteasionals," but tire said to be well-known bubinebs , Men of the city. The counsei in the case of the A. & C. W. R. R. v. David Simon, of Cincinnati, bave conctuded their argument, sod the Court, will probably anuoutice ti,cision to-day. The weather le agnin very cold to-doy, with the thermotneter below zero. The Partnere' Club will have their next meeting at Witte' Cominerelai Rooms , next Saturday. Mr.J. Klippen, Sec retary or tile State Board ot Agriculture, Will deliver tbe address. The Secretary of thu Water-works re portb that the expenses of that depart , inent during the year 1674 were $104,19A and the receipts 11100,353. Of tile expen ditures, CAM was paid nut for new ma chinery, tile pumpiiiir capacity or which Is 4,000,Mgal.ous per duy. ' Teere will be au till-day prayer meet ing at Union Chapel, this city, next bun day,' tu Willett the congregations of vari 1 ono churches here will unite. - Lvistature COLUMBUS. Jan. 14.--13Erta Tx--Tbe bill to elect aduitional constables. referred; defining estray laws linseed; cont mitten appointedto repci4 whether leg islation regarding exorbitant obarges ut - ex prees and raitroad companies is aeonsliollste--Mr. McLain offered protest by himself and lorty-une other members against, the action ot the liouf,e on tin Louisiana question. Mr. Van Meter's bill on balaries of court officers, referred. Resolution offered to amend Constitu tion so as to abolish thg Probate Court in , counties with ices than 5o,000 population. Rai passed ailowing punishment ior pi restraining order befure Wong ' Mon. It 19 attic that to ameliorate climate, slid to assist In prevention of injury against extreme einuntio cold in wittier and of the troeting of the germ bud of the fruit in spring, ult ()minima ehould have planted, in and atnong them stately, evergreen ret e at dtaiLittieem cools Or link MOre than 111 NO, titian. titian e worse omitted, we have ou doubt, wili render treater health to the treLti, RIO be protium tve of ILWIV 4:qiiL,Lte Autt 11114(01111 OW of tru.t. , Azirs OM TIIE OLD WORLD. LONDON, Jan. 15.---Gladatone, with drawing Ss a leader of the Liberal party, writes to Earl Grimy die: "The time has arrived when I ought to revert to lay letter of March last." After reviewing umber et public and private coneider. ations. Gladstone says: "I see no pub lic advantage in my continuing to act its leader of the Liberal party. After forty two years ur lahorious public life, I think myself entitled to retire.with the present opportunity. This retirement is dictated by personal views regarding the method ot spending the closing years ol Ille. My conduct in Parliameut will continue to be governed by the same principles as hitherto, and arrangements to advance the COliVelliellee 431 tee Lineral party will have my cordial support. Earl Granville replies: "I have etim-1 municated in detail the reasons:10r , which I profoundly regret and deprecate your decision. My late colleagues fully agree in this regret at the lailuie ol endeavor's to dissuade ) ou- from your purpose; and doubtless the Liberal party a.m.) concur with UM the observations we addressed you, prompted by consid orations of pubiic advantages, and hot merely by a sense ol your service and. our admiration and attachment." A dispatch Irma Padang announces that tue Dutch troops in Acheen have niade a general assault on the works of the Ateuenese, and carried niue forts, with a lobs ot twenty-one killed and foa 1 ty-live wuunded. The enemy lost one 'hundred and seventy-one killed and a large number wounded. SANTANDER, Jan. 15.--The German cor vette Nautilus has gone to ZArouso to demand satisfaction of titeCarliste for the outrage on the vessel Guatav. ADRID, Jan. 14.--King Alfonso ar rived in the Capital yesterday. Immense creeds vi 'messed Ma entrance and gave him an excelient reception. 'The King drove througa We streets this evening. Bands in tou squares are playiug tue itoyai march, anu auminations are nu merous. The Protestant jouruals which were euspended have been permitted to resume puhlleations. BOMBAY, Jan.45.--The British 'Whorl have arrested the Guicowar of Bit. rode, litudoostan, ou the charge of in stigating ah attempt to poisou Colonel IL P. Mayne, BriLibil Political Agent at that piece. The city has been occupied by troops, and the Viceroy of India is sued a proclamation announcing his tem porary assumption col the admivatration el the Guicowar's dinninions. ,- There ars Cruel Wives as Husbands. Cliaticellor Runyan has just rendered a decision in one of the Moat reinarkable eases ever brought before the New tier .sey btate courts. It is a suit brought by toe James Persoas against his wife Har riet, tor the recovery of his property In Paterson. Persons, who was born in Engiand. 1778, traveled lit early lile over a large part of the world. In ue married, tend subsequently disuover ing that his wile alreauy bad a Husband ,iving, traveled to 13t. Louis witu her in searen of ber husband, to whom be sur rendered her. In England, in 1842, he married his present wile, and dimity de cidettpo linove to Patereon. Providing u.s wiie witu $3,500 in cash, be smut her to purchase in his name the property known as Nos. 51 and la River street, in that city. She repaired to the place designated; and bad the deeds made out in her own name. In Utter ignorance col this lact, ber husband, wbo is some twenty-live years ner senior, afterwards paid a small baiance IA the purchase moioey. Airs. Persons then started a boarding house, and among her guests was a man named Isaati Farthinz, Vat) was very near her own age. An attachment sprang tip between M rs. Persons and Uhl man, and in proportiou as tee attachinent grew nits the eld husband treated with cruel ty. In October, 1872, the pair took pus sessiun of the house, DIES. Peraous put Ling a single dollar in the banns of her bueband, and turning him on the street. Bent down with years, and unahle to en gage in au Heave business,' he threw himself iipon the hospitality of some kind aud laid tne case belore a Pater son lawyer. Suit was inunediately in. atituied by the iiijured buband against heartlese wile, in the Court of Chan cery, io gain the title to the property purunased With his money. Cbancelior litiayan has pot decreed that the prop. erty snail be turned over to the huabilud. Carbolic Acid and Poultry. A writer the Loudon Field recom mends toe use of carbolic acid hi pigeon anti pouitry houses Mr destroying para sitic insects. IL 'wither injures the birds nor di ives them troin 10011' nests. Ile dissolves tweimuces of common carbolic acid in three quarts ot water. and applies once a b ees ith a wiitering pot to all parts of the poultry house. IL destroys all tee lie,: anti aced itt the building. and acts also as a distuiectatit. For the pur pose ot expelling the lico trom the bettii of the Iott is or pigeons he mixes one part ol carbolio acid in thirty parts oi titer, first mixing the acid with littleglyeerine, and shaking well beim e using. lie applies this tin) a sina I bru.sh to the roois of the (tattlers on the underside ol toe body, and around the vein the appliettuon sidling ail pare s.tes willout staining 1110 leathers. Tn o or three apphosilons, at intervals of a few tia)s, are sufficient for a0 permanent cure. 01 06 la Fast Oxen. A new agricultural idea has dawned in regard to OXen. n bas been niscoV ered this age of ralways that oxen are too slow,. and that they can be taught to go fast.. "In India, the oldest country in the world, oxen take the ',lace of horsed, and they make its good Taereiure, why not trate teem to travel last in our own beloved laiid? 'Fite way to do tiiis is to put ou the whip, hurry them and make them go. When an ox gets into a corn-tield, and the dogs take atter him. he cau gallop almost as fast us a deer; and when run ning away Oki bin oWn account he shuffles as lively as a dog. but it will be tweed sary to abandon the yoke, which is tsiumsy at best, andlitit on harness, as is done- in North Caroana; and, besides tbe raaling oi the yoke, and the Jingling ot tne draw.chain wouid not sound well ai one drives up LO church ,.on..k Suinia$ morning at a mond trot.,' lotirther, to guide them with preciaimiifhile going di, a fast gait to tuAll, "whoa, lia nod gee" must be dropped, and bi.s he used; teen eun make his buggy wheel graze another boggy wheel, anti no harm will be dune. Next year agricultural souleties should oiler premiums tor last oxen. and there ciplid b no greater at. tratition than ux ritztA; tor as tile exhi bition will be purely agricultural, no immorality eau lirettillog oxen for spend a low lard. we would he like ly to ti.ivd a diltereut sago vt eows. 4.1 Ineauti. - WHAT THE WIRES WHISPER. GOSSIP. , Louisville holds a Louisiana Indigna.- There WWI a small boy in Pawtucket: tion meeting t, -uight. . lie bought bitu on mango to buck it; lie Mkt long nobe, The fureral of ex-Governor Bramlette, AU 41 ad you may suppose, of Ky., takes place to-daY. . Into thé orange he stuukt it. . The carriage sil'op ol L. S. Buell, at Families loud of roasting-ears are try Ash, ley, O., horned yesterday. lug !roam' ears 'or a chauge. There is a good prospect for a settle ioof all tibe poets beneatit the skies, the !Dent of tbe puddlers' dillioulties in Pitts- ocautiAl snoW" cues we most despise. burir. 'Lim best way to play a musical inthru mem. Is to level a ten-itioh water bode OA The hody of John Ullman, a Little Rock a tr. bar-tender, was yesterday Mond in the bpringlield girls won't let a heau stay river. , after two, but they sometimes stop We Horatio Seymour' has published a let- clock, ter deciiiiiug to be a candidate for U. b. Governor Peck, of Vermont, is a bach be nator. Mot Marrying would make half a bush The investige Lion of the sale of a cadet- 01 01 bim ship by Represeutative Stowell progres- Why am de pen dat Sir Walter Scott ses slowly. . wrote wid take a riber in Mame? 'Cause it am de kemott-Scoul . The specie shipments to Europe yes- it is estimated that eleven million wo terday were 00,84, of which $91,t,00 was melt to the United States wear calico silver alai the remainder gold coln. dresses. This is we eatiwate of a Mind Paul Weidman, employed in the works num. et the California Simmer, ht ittloyttle A physician advised a patient "to had his band sawed off to-day, by a cir- take a wets on an empty stomach." cuter saw. "WIA064) stomach?" leebly asked tlie Fred. Klieman is on trial in Hudson patient. 'couisty, N. J charged with defrauding It ill now boldly denied that men who the Hoboken Saviags Bank out ot 412,0(10 wear long lair ate possessed of auy waste cashier. more talents. WALL Mull Wil0 WM) li sulk tire. Hellman, living six miles south- -1)" c"e A Danoury boarder obseries that his east ot Bucyrus, th attempting to kindle lrmiklast two tastes ars, it it laud been a lire wito coal oil. was so badly burned ' burnt at tile steak. ihaVs woitt's We tbat sue died in great agony. martyr us it. . In the Penusylvania Democratic joint hiss. Partington reading of the strike eati011d for Uutted States Senatorial tuna- ot toe wire drawers, remarked: Ail, inatiou, on tau brit baslot Wallace re- toe! .watit new tangled iciugs wout they wear next t" ueiVed IOU votes, Clymer 14, and Black 2. . In Immo portions of Dakota it is re- A Newport, Ky., young lady says she ported tu,t, cattle are freezing th death, lougs tor huger iike ime plougs et .ii aud great sutleriug its itared among set- pituniwk, wtta diamond IlLikiti eneugu to tiers ou the borders of the Western ail tuem to tile midis. States. . Colorado started a college a few weeks ago, mut up la date its tomato Coubibt Tile Georgia Legislature organized on Wednesday by toe election ot F. J. Sim- coat intune.nawauith.rlaolit,e.6tbuorreoellistidutuusy,.a bunato mons, of Bibb county, President of the A sauttusky man boxed hal wife's ears senate, aud Tom Hardman Speaker of the House. for picking but teeth at a isoteltu Cowin. ,., ,,, ,., ,., bus. IL Wad a case of abbent-utintleuuetti GOSSIP. There WWI a small boy in Pawtucket: tie bought bitu an ange to buLit it; tie load et long nobe, AUlt ad you tufty buppose, Into the orange he stuest Lur inuklug tier wow all a uoteiltt coitun the Howie. bus. IL was a case ot ausent.unnueuilesi Two engines of the Baltimore and Ohio net thought site was in handusity. and yard engine of lee Cincinnati aud A "jaw., nail, wue ta, tuirteet Mussiiiguin Valley Railroad. co II e - I- - d d pouuds ot spoiled pickled punt on hand yebteruity afterueen, at Zauesvnle. Oue ta auatolla to nave tom get up a twilit watt serieuely tujured. .. Liou to smile of toe ammeter arvuut A. W. Se.,U, of Middleton, Ind., made were. . a sale of hogs, and returued home with A Delhi chap has forsaken his girl the proceethi ot 021.. Tee next morning Ewe ilas the lever and ague, and be can' be awoke to liud the inoney goile, by bur- put au atm arottukt tier wituout gettim stars minim; the wiudow. twee a gawking as wake lati eye-imiti The Committee of Conterence on the ituale. part of tbe Northern awl Southern Free- Tee "voice of nature" Is particular13 byterian Churches, lit seesimi in kiiiit,,... dibtractiug to the young tattier, wile, 0 more tee pato. a eek, aujourued last night, tati outithe ot toe Ingot, (betimes trau They tailed to agree upon a basis for tile tiOally al the paregurio bottle and haw establisuntent et frateraal relatious. It empty. Valentine Hollingsworth, of Dunreltb, A traVeler called for mint sauce at the Giosou house the oilier day auu tot Indiana; M. Ilaynue, et Cameridge City, waiter said that they had noile, addles altil Jinni leortlice, or Liberty, died yes "(Jur cook melte all We puttee lute pies terday at liminuond, from injuries re ceived Wedueeday in au accident ou the n" bailee" "Now, then, children," said a parisi Fort Wayne, Mame and Cincinuati nohow mietress, bilowaig her plivita Oi itattrOad. . , ou eXeutaiatton day. "W110 10ea at. The First National Bank of Carbon- hien?" "You mitisue," we um Linea date, Va., was relined yesterday ot Siti,. pected reply. tam. Twemeu entered the bane. bouud ...Fewer," said & juvenile to his pater awl gagged um casuier, tue ouiyman in nal guartuan, WUO Itad we bad ot train the retail, seized the ateuey aud made alteruating trout piety .to proiaulty, " elf. Two men bays been arrested on mull- au think you opt, to stop praynig o proton, but cat) not be ideutibed. awearmi--1 Mar& care w moue A report has been received from New A latie tationwata girl, new visiting in Zeatand Watt the cutter Lapwing was re- Couneeticut, watt wised uow warm lig., cently attacked by natives ol , Santa lu WitchtuaLt 1U the buttoner tune. "ou Cruz Islaud, iler crew overpowered anti out, enougo to men a wax tiott la tweuty massacred, aud tile veesel burned.. Tile wiautee, Waa We prompt reply. savages afterward attatitted the British It V mats bad wired to mane the tran war-suip beadily, but were driven off. sit, not a womea la Automat wouid nave beta disappoluted. it luta alenuay ilia Tile Grand Jury in the United States Circuit Court at Mutate found no indict.- betta atmottay to uang outictutues, ever) meta against any ot the Sumpter county tare et thew would nave been piungeti a prisoners, nor against those arrested in grief. . &Mille, chargeo with killing two negroes There is a gentleman in this city tit ou eiectiou aay. A majority ot the ,tu. exceseiveY Pale taut he tips iris hal tooth were publicans, live being ne. wileuever auy lady WIWI'S a street. car grecs. v wuere lie le though a Loud stranger tt Wm. 0a picasaut days ile is kept toter. A lire broke out at 0 o'clock last night in the seeoud story of tile Kreuter build- iii"I !"11q . A ham girl four-year old.created a rip, ing, on Matti street, Memphis. Joues' ' ple by reinalking to the teacher ot um drug store and Mrs. aullevau'e miltinery estaulibuinent, ea the drat floor, were buIld"Y-6(31" 'mu": "Vur tleg'ii (mita consideranly damaged. Damage to build. 1 beb IA iniget6 "8 seared wued lue.t gess taw cowitt,g up tue Walk. ile'e creel ing anout sd.Outi; (image W ttrugs aud to attaugera.' dresagoeds about $10,t1ea. Hewett uature Is much the same the The Columbus, Chicago and Indiana worta ever. like 11111111U Tgalliauta, likt Central 'Unread towpany has breugist Lile umn uuywi,en, ei,e, aiwayo te,m stal to the Sulagnie (haul, tOeutorue tile tilie stancitug beutud a weir, tu contort. pay meta el interest on the Drat aud sec- uy, wuen ins legit are Leo mug tor Intl taut mortgage bouds of Abe road by tile pautailoone. Veituitylv aunt Itatiroadand to enjoin the Woeu, a . Walnut Hills husband gete tatter compauy from lereciesiug upon coid and carelese anti torpor litet liottle, auy securatee of the C., C. awl I. C., ais wile puts up a letter twin au taunt., now held hy it. - er " asklug ber to wive autt at1 La41, , Twenty.oue men have been taken to at:d We itesbautt's early love returue ae Dodge City who were tomtit froZen and 511(111 as he hods tlie letter. in..a beltless condition on the plaine. A woultt.teg bellow-teacher in Toledt Some have since died, and those alive recently relined to a,. queetion by vile ol are haul)? crippled. Mr. Vataress, a Ltio eltal,Muers. "Do ) uu Wink toe worid member of the Legislature. Mid bah legs le rGulitt ur Mal" by saying: "tv ell, 'mum while attempting to reach the cap- ramie peopie wilik oue way aud smut ital, and it. is believed they will have W atwitter, aim L'it leach rOttild or eat just be aniputeted. . - , ge we patinas pleabe." 1. Au tott hammier says: "When 1 re Two men named Joseph Mably and J. member all we gal .VIM met together, I C. Payola were arrested on the Louie met ilke a rooster itttoe ittit exposed to vale train, at the Co JJJJJ Ddit01, Imbue. apolls, they Driving in their possession everY weeteer I I leel lffie OUe WilU oue hundred and sixty dollars in coin). treaus atom! borne haruyttru iiii ueserteti, alma oats are mil, wilese Leas are amid, terieit WM on the Traders' National Sank ol Chicago. They ere taken be. Ur ell le elerhel started fore United States Commissioner KW- la OuustuLteueo ot a fatal opideinie aiming celeiteue la altuneso.,a, malls. tre ler, aud after exataluatiou were coat. witted tor triad.. '. are receiviog donwoos every ilui.r in toe oay. Tom is a beautitui anti au,ct,- A delegation represenling live bun. lug tact., Rod remains us tout no pister dred men, diecharged treat the Washing eau nave a sutzesstui 'limitary wee ton Navy-yard during tbe pest year, tip. uees not eujoy um allectioue of ale con. peared betere the Howie Appropriation Comnaitee yesterday. Tuey asserted areailuedo ,., , . that tim discharged mechale"hd id W es are tow teat the late Mayor Have. meyer tweet to take exercise by sawing borers were uow in a state of destitution, are argued that the interest of good goe. weed ia Ars cellar every morning. Amt. Mr. liavemeyer, it will be remeuthereii, erument and charity demanded a liberal 1 appropriatiou tor the uavy-y tads through. tiled very butitteuly. Tnere are vtry few out We country. sudden deathe among warned mea ot George UllerY, a tranan. answering to Cactevilie from this cause. That sort ot . the deseription of a Malt raping Nellie exereide le ittlEOU 14 Weir WiVea Morgau arrested at blareviiie,' was A certain zettioug but iguorant negro in expouutting to his dock ea brouglit'here yesterday. Uslery bad his Preacher, trial belore kayor Brand, and oleaaed to tee astonismug nature oi miracles, guilty, and corroborated Nellie Morgou's got a tittle otiniused in the matter. lie atatemeat, and was bound over to Court said: "My belevett trientis tile greatest in the sum of twenty-tive nandred dol. of all miracle was 'bout tit'e loaves and tars. Willie being removed front tbe debut). Dere we15,000 loaves sad 2,000 Court-house to the jail, iteveral attempt dirties an' de tweiVe 'pestles bad to eat were made on Ullery'e lite. Great ex- thew alit add de miracle le deY dideit citentent prevails, and Sherill tianson bust. . .. . . . has the jail guertied. A young gentleman, oelebrated for his ., ...--..--.....-......s.....---- . , , , . wit at, colleoe, was &eked by his lather ., The wive of Men of sentiment are not tor a spewiten ot hie mamas, wbile to. always the most appreciative of womea. tertaining &party of friend at vacittion. ,Jean.l'aul represents Sielienkas as read- 'kite schoiar keen. upon We hearth and aug. use ol bib beautitul Imakuinge to his roared lastly twice, te the gem, surpriee . wileovho listened with eyes cast down et the old. squire, watt asked boo what, and bated breath. , As lie closed, the he theata by that. "Way, sir " repaed sharer of his joys -beamed forth with, the son,"seeing the tire so low,1 thought "Don't put on your left stocking to.mor. it might be better for s pair oi bellows." ruw, dear; 1 niust mend that hole in it." So, When itir Walter and Lady Scott ........-..-,7!... wore Tambilatt about taeir estate, and I Thor& isa't much overskirt behind canal Ilium buine playful lambs Makin 1 now-a-day s to make an affidavit to. lain-, a meadow, "Alt," said Sir Walter, I deed, two stingy bit 4,1 material, tiv e'tis 110 a wider that poets from the ear- eourtesy calatti "sash elide." comprise !Wet egos, Ueve eustle the 'lamb lee cht. Ina real drapery oi Moot Alefliteeye'e 1 lietti et pence trod innocenue." wring ;street costume Julia new, ana really tz ar tr, 111410ell, deligiatlet ee mei e,,! ii ns we r- I emplidoe the "newation.weite" te,see ett her lialytibip, 'eopecially With tidal, I lien matte or Ur. liti;.ar vita so maua haktos.1) , . . . , -. ,. - Latawees: gOWO piate Kat& ' , . , ,. t --blitt thought bile.was ill banclubity. A CIA Lego main with ha thirteen pouuds ot epolieu pickled pore on hauti, teem get up it Willa tiou keine of tue linuuster artatud were. A Deihl chap bas forsaken his girl. Ems bats the lever and ague, and be can't put au aim arotant tier witueut getting itheil a ebaking me wake um eye-tddie jingle. Tee "voice of nature" is particularly dietractiug to the young lather, wuu, auttuie ot tue ni4iit, tummies irau ticalty at the paregorio Watts and hue it empty. A traveler called for mint sauce at the Giosou liouse ewer day auu tue waiter said that We), nmi atialug: "Uur cook make all tee lute pied not bailee." "blow, then, children," said a parish nohow mietress, einiwiug her pupae ou on eXamaiation day. "Wit0 toted all hien?" .)CULL Linea peeted reply. 4-Vatuer,' said a juvenile to his pater nal guartuan, wuo liad Lae bad ot uttint alteruating trout piety ,to pridaulty, "I uo think you eget, to ewe praythg or bweallpg--1 Utile& care W tautuuuai.4 now visiting iu Couneet.out, WWI atiked uow warm it gut 111 41143SAUSILS SSW bummer time. "ou, eel entiugu to melt a w doll tweuby anuutee, Wit8 We prompt reply. it V euus 'stied to make the tran sit, not a woudiu la Aniertua wouid Lave beta disappolutem it Mot Midway ilati beeu a tmo tie), to uang out elotilee, etrely oue tit teem would tiave been piungettiu grief. There is a gentleman in this city so excestilve.y poute that. he tiles hat wueueser auy tatty enters a street car teeth lie le though a Loud stranger to Man Ou pleasaut uays tie is kept toier buey. A lithe girl four-year old.created a rip ple by reinalking to the teacher ol tier ouuday-scuoul class: "Vur ueati. ties the engem wait scared width they es' aim cowitig up tue Walk. lie'e etiangere.' ituulitu uaturc is much the same. the woriu ever. lee luau tu Tesulaula, like the man ituywiiere eise, aiwaye weal ithe stancliug bellied a weir, iu cornea uy, wuen leg are tuo mug tor ma pitataloone. 1 Wueu, a Walnut Hills husband gets coiti and careless) anu toilets LISA Lila Wile OILS up 46 ISILSer ISSAIS AU awn. er," &blithe tier to eiupe auu au tuat, aed the uusbautl's early love reltirliii as 50011 as be the letter. wouiti.be twined-teacher in Toledo recently repilett to a,. queetion by OLIO Oi I the exitenuers. "Do ) uu think tue world reumi Ur MU" by saying: ,Sv Diane peopie walk oue way aud smut auother, taut VII teach rouud or datjust ao pandas pleabe." Au eat bucuelor says: "When I re member all we girl I'Ve met tugetimr, leek like a roobter ititoe tail exposed to every weatuer i mei oue vim treaus Moue some baruyttru .111 ueberLeu, wuuse oats are tett, wuuse Leas are emit', or all to market started." iu consequeuce ot a fatal opidetnie celeiteue la Maine:Anti, mails. ere are receiviug donauous every itui.r oi the uay. Tuis a beautitui anti am.cle lug taut, mai retinues. us teat no pistor eau nave a staxesstul aduietry wee Mies not eujoy allectuthe of els con gregituou. t is are tad that the late Mayor Have meyer usett to Mite exercise loy Sawing Wuutl Ms cellar every morning. Autt Mr. liavemeyer, it will be remembereu, tiled very butitteuly. Tliere are very few sudden deathe among married meu of Uirclevilie from this cause. Tim' sort ot exercise Wigton by Weis' wives A certain zealoua but iguorant negro preacher, in expouutling to his dock as to tee astonisulug llattife 04 lutraulell, got a tittle tioniused in the matter. bald: "My belovett iriends the greatest of all mithele was 'bout tit'e loaves and liehes. Dere web a,Ooto loaves mid 2,000 Males au' de twelVe 'posties had to eat thent all, aud de miracle dey tlidu11. beet. A young gentleman, oelebrated for his wit at colleoe, was &eked by Ms lather tor a speuniten oi hie mamas, en tertaining a party of friend at vacittion. The schoiar Matti upon the hearth and roared lustly twice, to the freAl AUrpribe et the old, squire, with asked aim wiltiL be meant. by that. "WO, air " repaett the son,"seeing the tire so low,1 thought it tuigia, be better for pair ot bellows." , Literary Labor. A great deal of brilliant work bag been done at a dash, abd is still done. Byron wrote "The Corealr" in ten days, at the rate of two hundred lines a day, and sent it to press as it Witit written, pub lishing it hardly with a correction. Lope oe Vega wrote three hundred dra inns for the stage in one hundred days, upon the principle upon which an athlete now and then walks one hundred miles in one hundred hours; and it has ffeen reckoned that tbe average amount of his work was nine hundred lines a day. Voltaire wrote "Zaire" In three weeks, and "Olymple" in six days; Dryden wrote hie "Ode to St Cecilia" at a sit ting. Tile finest of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's poems, "The Lady Geral dine's Courtallip," iyas the work of twelve hours. It.was ritteu to com-1 pieta the original two volumes of her po-' etry, and to send 'out with ber 'noels to America. But as a rule the beat work is not to be done at a dash in tido style. "What do you think of 'Olympie?"P Vol taire easked cf one of his friends atter that wo;k was published; "I wrote it In daya." "You should not have rested on the seventh day," was the ansWer, and the answer wits wide as well as witty. Shakespeare was not one of those slap ,dash workers; and Shakespeare. with his thirty-four plays4 has conquered the wprid. Dickens, when he intended to write a Christmas story, shut nimself up for six weeks, lived the lite of a hermit, and ca me out looking as haggard as a murderer. Tom Moore, with all his effervescence and sparkle, tuought it quick work if he added seventy lines to "Lelia Rookie' in a week, althougn living out of the world in a writing-box in tile Peak. 'gauche, produced his burlesques at an equally slow rate thinking ten or a dozen lines a day goe'd ork. The author of "Caste" and "Sehool" was ono of the slowest of workmen. Even Albany Fonblanque often wrote his articles in the Examiner' six times over betore he.thoucht them fit to go to pressand sumetinies ten times over. Hepworth Dixon. it Is said, wrote and rewrote his "Two Queens" eight tmes. That equisite trifle of Rings lake's "Eothen," was rewritten live or six times and kept in his desk almost as long as Word'sworth kept 1The white doe ot, Itylstone," and kept ' like that to be .takett out tor revision and.correction almoet every day. And that la the way in which good hottest workwork, that Is to be read tomor row and the day after to-morrowmust be written. Scotts and Seabee only turn up once in a century. Astronomical Observation& Mars Is the warlAte planet. It is odd therefore, to find that "Uars is retro grade when in opposition." which int ones that if a man were born under the influence of the planet Mars he would run away in haute Venus is the most beautiful of all the planeta, yet in her transit, in the full tight ot the sun, she appears to be merely a black spot. The moral for all Veuuaea to evident. Jupiter's satellites revolve about him at differetit dittances, and are subject to being eclipsed. Jupiter is a noble planet, but what a set of bliObil sateilitee must, bel Saturn shines with a pale dead light. Compared with Jupiter. be is nowhere. Yet be has double the utunber of satel lites that Ju.piter has. 'Ibis is account ea for by the exclusiveness of the circle in widen Jupiter moves. If Jupiter's satellites are snobs,. Saturn's are beta snobs and idiots. Ilia Royal iliglineas's Back Stairs has more toadies about hitn than has his Royal iligauess him belt. ....1111.... NE tr.,i IPKOAtt 13 AltUUND. MAIrsvita.mSheriff Price arrested a tramp here last evening who had com uiitted rape on a youug girl 10 years old at Urbana, O., J411. 12, IS73. (IREENSIDING, IND.The new Engineer has mule ettie le tne way of impreVing Die city. The auction at Doggils has about fin ished up. Stag wince at the City flail this even inga good tune for tue lads. HAMILTONIt is rumored that Jacob an id newspaper man, la about to start a new paper in liaiiiiitoll. As Jake's Mends are legion he will doubt tube sneet witu the encouragemeut he de serves. Tile ladies of the United Presbyterian church coligregutiou met at tue parson age yesterday al ternoou to make arrange nieutit regard to naving a church so cial uod a kitipper, the proceeds ot which are to be used in refitting and improving their Sabbath-school Tue County Conimissoners held an. other session yesterday and completed their wora ot examining aud compering vouchers tor orders issued during Au ditcw reek's administration. The Supreme Court decided against Vandet veer & Symines in the uninuamus matter, muca to the joy of Watiate'a !deltas, ho bavo been watching tue matter with a great, degree of interest, Thu next thing ue the piogramine tkOW wiit be a BUD, kautight. by Lae above named attorneys against the twenty tor the payment et the lee claimed. Tuere was a large alai fashionable cathering al the residence ot Jou .E. Owens, Esq.. lust eveniug. The party was fovea au bonqr of the return to bia ofd home of Joe Owens, see ol iOrirl er named gentleman, who now maims St. Louts as hie home. The allair was gotteu up in grand style anti greatly enjoyed by ail who participated. The youug ladies were' richly dressed, and ail looked exceedinciy charmiug. We would like to say who by many Wad thought to be the belle of the evening, but o refrain lest we might by (mance "do injustice" to acme Wit one, and a "card" ie the Enquirer be tbe conse quence, calling Into question our goud taste and judgment in tile matter. But we uo not tear contradiution when we say that tor sumptuous elegance the entertainment and reiresaments prepar ed and Aitijoyeti on tais evasion could riot nwve been surpassed. Beres to Joe, "may he live long and 'weeper." Our enterprising titiZtla, Clark C. Lane, who never does anything by piece-meal. is cuttin,, ice off a pond of twenty-two acres, Which be bad prepared tor the purpose. ite has over one hundred nten employed, w ho are kept busy all the time. Aliso Sallie Tucker will lecture this evetung in the Universallat Cburch on the subject of "A Midi's delouse of the gentleten. AVONDALE.--Tna concert and lecture at bt. Andrew's Church to-eight prom ems to be a brillialit St. Andrew's Church, which will be 0.3.. tuts eveteig tor Ilk Nrel. time, 0001, $5,000. Tito iluilding Columittne, oubsietiag of Messrs. r. U'Dminpir, Joe, Stroututut aud tunsulluipt, have 1 , pushed forward the work with commend. . , -.,. able zeal.. , . The splendid ice of the village rink bas ' f been harvested, greatly to the annoyance ' of the juvenile ekaters. The ice is ten ' inches thick, and would pass readily for - , genuine Northern-lake ice. It is with regret that tte announce the inteuded departure from the village of Deacon Ellis and family at an early date. - The Deacon's place iti the hearts of his ' , rural friendawil I be bard to fill. The Presbyterian waled at the resit. . donee of Mr. Chas. Ltofer last night, wag largely attended and hugely enjoyed. . WALNUT limcs.The literary and mu- ' , , Weal entertainment at the Walnut H.lis , - M. E. Cburcb. last night, given uuder - the auspices of the Ladies' Temperance , League, was an enjoyable affair. A se- , Wet audience nearly filled the spacious auditorium, and at fifty emits a bead ., , must have netted bandeomely tor the ' . , depleted treasury of the League. It is , , ' to be tegretted that a little oversight, . and subsequently a good deal of stub- bornness on the part ot the manngers, , , came near involving them in eifficulty and bringing discredit upon the League. Beiore the entertalenteut began an of ficer, under telegraphic huitructions from the Chief ot Police, called at the church and demanded the required li- - cense lee, which for some unaecountable reason was retused. The officer colloid- ' - erately decided to interior no further . until ne should:receive additional in. structions. The telegraph wait assist , called Into requisitiou, and the Mayor cointnunicated with, through the Chief 'of Police, who deeided to let the enter- tainment proceed on chndition that the proper parties .eall this morning and ad just the matter. Tue tee is ouly two flat ters, a sum scarcely large enough to jus- tify the trouble the ofttoers were put to. Gaxxxenten, 0.Tue chief topic of conversatiou in busluess cireles here ie the narrow gauge railroad, a blue has been chartered to run trout Springfield to Vomeroy, a distauce ot eue hundred miles. The estimated cost of building , the road will be $8.00e per mile. The sub- . scription books will be opened on the 23d of the present month. As twee as two hundred thousand debars of stock is sub scribed (and that amount, it is said, will lb, be raised in three hours' time), an elec tion ot officers will be held. James Eta mitt, ot Waverly, is epoken et as tate coming man for President. Tile proposed route will run through , the counties of Madison, Fayette, High.. land, Ross, Pike and Jacktion ta tee Gum river at Pomeroy, and toucling the towns ot Sento Chariesum, South Solon, Jeffersonviile, Witshingtcn C. H., Green field. Bainbridge, Waveriy and Jitekeen, , opening up diet vast coal fields ot Jack son county, and the luexhaustable Itillb. her regions and stone quarries ot Pike. It' bile at Bainbridge there is to be Wend -- the finest possibie facilities for water ' power, with Paint creek, a tributary of the Scioto river, as the source of eupply. The incorporators named below are gentlemen of means and pluck, and are doing all they can to render the entee. , prise a success. They are: J. T. War der, Geo. H. Frey, Springfield; A. Sim- ' ntons, South Solon; Jno. C. H. Cobb, 1 Berlin; H. F. Austn, Wellston; H. L. ' , Chapman, T L. Long, Jackson; Jug. Em mett, Waverly; Jas. Pursed, M. Pavey, Washington; A.E. Clinch, South Charles ton; 6.1. Rucker,. W. IV. Beil, Greeti tield; Mr. Jaynes, Jellersonville; R. IL Seymour, E. Rockhold. Bainbridge. In addition to the above array should be - mentioned the name or Peter Higgins, Esq., of Balubridge, who. thouge not an incorporator, has been prominently idea- . titled with tne project. twice its Inception, and by his pr.te.ical suggestions and nervous energy has contlieuted no little to the progress already made. Ile is uow witit the et gineering party Wile are ,, at work between this point and Bain bridge, and the' work goes bravely on. Greenfield is midway between Spring- , field and Pomeroy, on the proposed route. and all the meetings held lu the interest ol the road have been here, with headquarters at the Eillott House. over which comfortable domicile presides a Prince of landlordsWO affable and obli,ging S. W. Elliott. Judging front suriace indieations, with a knowledge . of the men of money and character to whom the eutcrprise owes es origin, coupled wi h the enthusiastic support given it by citizens along lite lino, one can not, help but conclude that the break ing of the ground for the Springfield, , Jackson & Penicrey railroad is au event in tee near future. LEX1NGToN, KY.The scanty allow :Mee tor the education of the tottered . children of this city is a otemish ell the 1 Chrietianity ot our people. A shl)scrip lion stew id be bet ell foot eo bring 'dater a few Pagan missionaries to telien us' consisteuty. The ageut ot TitE STAR , wiii head tile list witu his name anti a ten dollar gold piece. The Roman Cath olics never fail t,o remind one ol the in Jus.fee they ate sujeet to in educatirg their children. But the poor cotormi - ptople of this city are ivorse off lit their edlienti011kil struggles. Tum'e has been a small increase In the , -- number oi dwelling houses for rent. A geueral eutupia,nt catt be heard all ' , arcund concern.ng ti e extravagant rated ' char,god by the Gas Company tor their third quality of gas. IVe have beard Revere' persons speak of 'bevies bills presented wilere no gas had been used. The City Counc.been pay theffiselves . $3 for every night they meet. This is three times as Mel' ttli the Covington Councilmen receive tor Unit. serviees. Nearly all the city officers are related to each other. This accounts tor the in- fluence of family ringsin muuicipal at- Mi. s. . Tbe high price of bread is attracting ,, the Wen tiOn of the friends of the poor. Cheap dotir and dear bread. Doeit the . like exist anywhere else in this land vet flowing with richness? r r , From $1k,0 to CZO is appropriated 'by the City Council dunes the winter , months tor the relief ot the poor. No re- , port, is ever made us to who receives this - , ' money. We have heard that persons , , owniug property impooe themselves upon ' . the city by reoeiving poruous of this money. , Yesterday, the jury in the: ease of - ,, Jackson D. Wi.lialus against IV. Allen , , braught in a verdict for the plaintiffs( '.. '., $id mid costa, tor deeireying the hentp - breaking machine belonging to the in- . ,''' venter, Williams. , , binge the advent of Tuff STAR Into , 1 Lextnatott the locuis of tile city papers , MitVe &tummy th ay or getting the news for . their sheets by clippies trota this out. : unin. ,.. . None et the Lexington papers !save - . printed a line againtat tile pout quality et , gam that our citizens have to pay uouthie , price tor. . , .. ., ,, ., ,, The tunnel divislen of the Baptist 4:gm- gregatiens of tins et, y tor tue pui pets of." ' ,.. orgnataing amozhcr.s. huren is 11.e tastern , , part m I hp Pil y toolvplooe en W e.i nestles , vvening to, a auoistiug oi the members 0.1 , IWO Bitp,letChuseh Qii S,404,,,a,104 , e , , . . ., e , - , , - , . : , , ; : , , , ' ' ' 5 , r 6 8 8 x e, ! 0 , e - L , . , 7 lo I , 1 , , et cellos1,2P kirt behind vit. to. in material, 1 I." comprise IsFiiinseys's lo really ex 'ear" a4ser 'La so t i l'u avikilm , - , , , ' - ' - - , , - 0 11 . , ' - b-- P , , I . 1 , . . , , - s'' - : : 4, , , , , . 1.