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'THE CINCIfINAVI STAR:
tat-DAILY EDITION relbliabed every day (exeept faun day ), by the STA it're Milan IRO ComPARY, at their tithea, 230 Walnut 'Street. Branch Offices, 4 ifi Menu Street, covintion, 1 suul 32 Went Washington ht., Spring. , 'field, Ohio, Wiz DAILY STAll la ile.reed by carriera to anbanribers in the city of Cincinnati, and to ail the atirrounding 'cities and tOWlirt. for Tait CleaTil per week. hingle topies, TWO MITS. By with, per year, free of post-' age, 26. bractional parts of a year at tile same rate. Its circulation la larger than that or any nt)ler daily paper published in the State of Ohio. 'Advertising ;rates for the three editioue. $100 per equare, or IW,1 eemte per time Agate. DY YDDEGRADEI. AppointmentsClosedPockets Picked , Drowned. Speetai to the Star. ILtrrobit O., April 20.--The Water Works Board on Saturday appointed A. J. Biller clerk and M. L. Weaver chief engineer. James Porter Was made first and W. Dill secend assistant en ' gincers. The distillery of Bohrer itt Co. at Ger mantewn has beeu closed tor the present for repairs. A number of pockets were picked among the audience at ilowe's show here a day or tWo ago. Mr. J. V. Achey lost a watch worth $150; Geo. Crider lost $26, Wm. Watson $45, and John Williamson a silver watch and $10. A. drawer in the office of Mr. G. W. Borthnom's warehouse on the basin was robbed of $73 during the temporary ab sence of the clerk Saturday morning. A negro girl of this city named Eliza beth hoover drowned herself in the canal Saturday evening, while laboring tinder a sudden lit ot insanity. Contributionkitate Beard tieheet Foam onsi ne ra-11 set insprovement. 43peetel to the Star. CoLumBus, April 26.The congrega gation of Wesley Chapel yesterday con tributed t600, in pursuance of avian to donate $L0,000 annually for three years toward the support of the OhloWesleyan , University. The State Board of School Eica3niners nave decided to hold four meetings dur ing the year, vlz.: at Cincinnati, Coluni bus, Put.in.Bay and Cleveland. - A meeting of property holders Wag Saturday evening, kir the purpose or oonsitiOrtug the matter of improving , Iligh street. -There seemed to be a ma jority preaent in favor of asphalt. A committee was selected to ascertain the views of all those 'interested la tile mat ter. The old Blind Asylum building has been sold tor $2,8,10 to Messrs. Jeinison 6r, Scott. . - 3came. , Special to tlie max SentSGFIELD, O., .April N.-Joseph Shrier, the belligerent drummer from Cleveland, paid hie fine like a little man and left town, remarking that he tonsid ,. trod bis little fufi 'cheap enough at that price." , The change of time on the C., C., C. & 1. aud C., S. C. itailroads goes into ef lect..May 23. lollowing is theJury drawn. for the ' speeial term oi the Common Pleas Court waich commences May ad: NV illiam Cowrie, O. IL Anderson. David Carter, Thomas Wousley, ham Foreman, Benjamin Long, Robert L. Murray, Her ' vey Vinal,' J. C. Buxton, James Ander sen, J. J. Mellinger, Henry O. Foiey. Woe Democratic County Central-Com, Witte will Anent lu tue City Han next butUrdity 'to prepare 'for the campaign. NEWS FROM' TILE OLli WORLD. LOisnOle,- April W.-Moody and ' .Sankey's revival meetings yesterday vete well attended. Aniunit the distia guisned peraons prcsent 111E1 Might were G.austone aud Lord Iiinuairti. Toe reports tbat Marquis De Caux was killed in a duel wcre wliolly without Inuntiation. Toe inorniug papers announce the t fleatila of Bev. Selwynn D. D., Cnapiain to the queen, aged 419, mut henry W. Pickersg.11, portraitparni, , sr, in his Pith year. At Upper Sandusky, Ohio Saturday right, we grocery store of 'lierrick Sterner was entered through the window by some thieves, who,alter gettiug every thing they Wahted, turned every. thing upside down taking boxea ol cigars, biting toe end's oil, throwing them on,tile flour, and then taking their departuloe. Ai.ti yet they have not been ileard how. .41 0 The New York herald, man has been interviewing the Pope and thus Ale scribes Ilia appearance: holding in his right hand and resting heavily upon a bandsman,' walkiug stick, the kope ap prow:tied the group of earnest young priests who had consecrated themselves . to tile werK of mercy of attending the sick in tue hospitaia. The holy Feta er's features brightened ire be received 'their cuatomary saiutation. He spoke a few words to eacti and Well placed his band Upon the head of mica iu hia kind, fatherly manner, evincing in a striking Wanner the .paternal lecling he entec taius toward all wao conecorate them selves to works of enemy alai human 'warfare. Ihad time to observe the holy Father's teetered and general appear anee before he approacaed me. no ticed that he walked heavily, shuillingly, ten old men clo. who have passed score years and ten; and, tavugh 1 clonal see traces of the early-nobility of car riage and happy, height dignity of feu ture, yet. the iorm before me was uo longer Lust of a few years ago. The firm contour of lace has been lost; the lea tures seem to hang heavily uown, aud , the old bright, penetrating eye is 1 : Manned and weakened. Tuere Is no coneeating the ravages that old age anti trouble and conflicts and dibeatiO have wrougut upon tins once noble hgure. I woutin indeed gladly believe that His " holiness has yet ten years of liba aud neetuluess belore him that he may yet , live to see the final vielory of the Vatno lie Church over ber enefulea; but 1 can riot. Pope Pius 1X is lint it wreck of his former self, but a magnifieent wreck " severleese., I wowd be unjust to my :sell, were 1 to descithe him not accord-ingto 'the impression left upon me in my 1 brief interview. Some day la ail proba. not long hence, Pope Pine IX will . take to his toed never more to rise trout ' tyagalui But Crud grant the clay mai be far away. , - David Peters, a negro who is serving , cut a fifteen years' sentence for rape, in Connectieut State prison, is a noted linguist, having acquired Latin, Greek, Arabic, German, Prencli, Itallau and boanisil tiuritts Itie six years tie has ready been imprisoned, and being' nów " al work upolt liebrow. . .---...,--, 4'. 4 John 'Werke, of Danhy, Vt., eloped With a girl only twelve years old. her tather,caught them just alter the mar , - 'nage, andthe three talked the matter over. calmly. The upshot was a tripar L lite covenant that tpe- bride should go Amur slut five four years, when tile hub . . band may go and get her. :. , , .;moomono ,7 - Cullen Bryant was drowbed dunk huntIng in Illinois the other filays he a nepheW UN 1)6)06. . , VOL. 7. WHAT 'THE WINES WHISPER. 'William Mortis, a Green connty pio neer, Was buried Sunday. At Urbana, Ohio, the ground was coV-. ered with snow on Saturday. The strike of cotton operatives at Blackburn, England, has ended. 'The office of the Terre -Haute Exprese was destroyed by fire yesterday. 'Specie shipments from New York yes terday were $11,150,000 in gold cola. The' post-odic and & book-store at Oakland, Oregon, burned last night. Mrs. 10. B. Conway. ot the Brooklyn Theatre, is much impaired in health. The President has not yet accepted the: resignation of Attorney General Wil hams. Dr. Jagger, of Philadelphia, is to- be orttaiued Bishop of Southern Ohio on Wednesday. The reiiidence of Mr. Tile, of Xenia, was burned yesterday. Loss, $1,800. Furniture all saved. The Spanish Govemment has Daid $45,- 000 of the $80,000 on account of the'Vir ginius affair. The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company began yesterday to pay their dividends without rebate. , Indictments found in 1872, in New York, against several hundred persons in New York, for whisky !mode, have been milled. It Is claimed that the Union Pacific Railroad will have repairs completed and be ready for the full resumption of business to-day. , The Legislature of Louisiana has ad jouruclit sine die. In the Senate, the res. elution. suspending clinten from ()Mee was postponed-18 to 6. Amos Ladd, &married man, of Koko mo, has been arrestdd upon the affidavit of Miss Lyons, for bastardy. Failing to give bonds, he languishes in jail. The mill operatives at Natiok and An tic, IL who are on a strike, have noti fied the Superintendents that they will return to work on Holiday next. Johnson, the murderer, who was to have been hung at Cleveland on the 28th instant,. has had his sentence comtnuted to imprisonment for life by Gel Alien. Minneapolis is distressed over another break the tunnei, which can not.be re paired till the river falls. The extent el the damage has not been made public. Brigham Young is before the Courts again for contempt, in failing to pay ali mony to the amount of $50) a month to Anna Eliza, during' the peadeney of her suit. The memory of Cervantee, the great Spanish author who' died April 23. 1616, was honored in' New York by a requiem mass, festival, etc., largely attended by Spaniards. Under the auspices of the Ohio State Sabbath-school Union Association, a Convention will be held in tile Methodist Episcopal Church at Lancaster, O., next Sunday eveniug. A fire at Eau Claire, Wis., destroyed the American House, tee titA0reli the same block, and the -barns of the Eau Claire Lumber Company. Loss, $10,0e0. Insurance, $2,700. Saturday morning a man named Wm. Hart, residing four miles 'forte of Mt. Vernon, Oak), committed suicide by hanging himself in IAA) barn. Insanity is the supposed cause. Tyler Curtis, of San Francisco, whose wile died recently from abortion, died himself Friday, in New York, from the results of a cold contracted on the voy age from Calitornia. "The Comptroller of Currency has de claerd a dvidend of 10 per cent. in favor of the creditors of the First National Bank of Mansfield, O., making in all a dividend el 85 per cent.. Arthur B. Barrett, Mayor of St. Louis, died about half-past tour o'clock Satur uay morning, of inflammation of the bowels, brought. On by overwork durag the recent poutical cauvass. to The Union League Club-house, corner Twenty-sixth street and Madison av enue, New York, was badly damaged by tire yesterday. The building was owned by Mr. Leonard Jerome. The Rutland, Vermont, Herald build ing and book-store, and the press rooms ol Tuttle 45 Co. are considerably injured by the lira this morning; fully insured, aud the paper appears as usual. , Later reports give more fayorable in formation as to effect of the tecent un seasonable trust upon the condition of the tobacco plants turoughout Kentucky. It is not now believed that any serious injury was dons. Accounts ,continue to come of the depredations ot Mexican marauders on the Texan border. Murders and rob beries are of almost daily occurrence, and a reign of anarchy. and terror pre veils all along the troutier, Coat is scarce in Philadelphia, and during the week has been retailing at Vi 60 per ton. The quantity sent trout all regions, so far this year, is 3,741,903 tons, against 4,titi0,400 tons to the same period last year. Tile decrease in the supply of anthracite le 1,217,516 tons. At Kokomo, Ind., on Saturday, a seri Otis and probably fatal affray occurred on Railroad street, in which Ike Evans struck William Tow with a club, laying open the back part of his head. Tow is la a very critical condition. Evans was taken to jail to await the resuit, of TOw's injuries. Cir Alfred Crergb, L. L. D Chief In tendant General of the Order of Knights of the Red Cross of Constantine and ap pendaut orders, has authorized the state ment that an organization in New Albany, Ind., styling itself "The Grand Imperial Council of Indiana? is illegal and irregular. At a meeting of the nail feeders of W heeling it wits decided that all the feeders in the different of that city should strike for three-fifths, and main taiu the strike until the price demanded was granted aud all the feeders taken back to their positions. The helpers' strike is also general. - Advices front Coffeyville, Kansas, state that a large band ot Osage Indians have escaped !roan' the Osage Agency, and are moviug toward Soutliwestern Kansas, where, it is said, they will take revenge for the killing of four of their tribe by the State miiitia, last August. The settlers are fleeing to the towns of Kan. sae for protection., Two Companies of the Sixth ;United States Cavalry, under command of Lien.' tenant 'Maly, on Saturday attacked a band of raiding Cheyenne Indians on Sapper creek. Kansiter,.' A. severe fight enbued, which resulted in the utter de feat and rout ot the Indians. Nineteen warriors, inOluding ,two chiefs and. a meditine man,' ' were , Med, and -130 ponies were oaparedir 6INCINNATI, MON DAY 21TERA rratp , .2714$ May Ragas lawh - ATLANTIC. Trinity Lengtellow pent; the RUM ber with a lengtiky poem entitled "Al matiP James Russell Lowell,T. B. Ald rich, John G. Whittier and J. W. De For est, each contributes a poem. Besides this .generous 'supply of poetieal skins W. D. Howeils has a critical paper on the Italian peet Alfieri, with several seleotions trom his works. Amoeg Ital ians Alfieri would rank next after Dante, Petrarch, Arlosto, and Tassoi He waa born in the year 1749, at Asti, a little city of that Piedmont where there has always been a greater regard for feudal traditions then in any'other part of Italy; and he be longed by birth to a nobility which is still the proudest in Europe. It was in the order 'things of that day and eountrv that Alden should leave home while a child and go to school at the Academy of Turin. Here, as he tens in that most characteristic and amusing autobiography of his, he spent several years in &nuking a profound ignorance of whatever he wait meant to learn; awl he came away a atranger not only to the humanities. but to auy one I auguageopeaking a barliarotts ture of k'renc,h anti Piedinontese, and reading a little or nothing. Doubtless he does not spare color in this statement. but almost anytaing you like eould be true or the educationof a gen tielnau as a gentleman got frum the titaliaa puests of. the last century. His first sonnet wed so 'ridiculed by his uncle, to whom he read it, that he Made no further attempts at poetry till atter his twenty-fifth year. Meanwhile, es be wrote of himself, '"I deleged my brain with the verses of Tetrarch, of Dante, et Tasso, and of Arioste, con vinted that the dity would thfallibly einne In which all these terms, phrases, aud words of others would. returu from their cells blended .and. identified with my own ideas ,and emotions." In com paring tho tragedies of Alfieri with those of Shakspeare. Mr. Howells says: "Al fieri idealizes passiens Bad bhukspeare idealizes men. It art is a pure ,essence, separable from tile lite we keow and eu joyable in anti for itself, we must allow to Alfieri the more artistic expression." In spite of his genius his myrate were of worat. Malt Twain continues to tell about old Mince, and "rite Catripaign of John Brown" is lain in progress. "A Memor able Murder," by Celia Teaxter, will at tract attention. Several pages are de voted to teviews and editorial noted. PoPULAR SCIENCE. The openteg paper, "Sea-Anemones," is a pleasant y totd narrative of the origin and ways et. those fiower-like types of marine life. The accompauyine illus trations add to the interest, end assist the reader In understauding the peculi arities of the sea-anemone. Prof. Mueller's article on "The First Traces of Man in Europe" gives many facts of general luterest. The predominance or bronze, as the material or the artieles found iu the later pile-dwellings, has given to the fourtn prehistorie epoch its namethe Age of Bronze. There is no longer room to doubt that the bronzo articles of bwitzertand were made neae the places of Men' discovery, and were not brought from the East, aceording to the com mon view. borne of the very moulds in which they were formed have newt ilteetivered, aud at Redoes the remains of a titulary hove been plainly made out. Whether the breasts -or Northern Europe are of Plicenician origin is yet in doubt. Their symbolisais and religious adaptations are in favor of that view. The na tive origin of those of bwitzorland is set tled by tho anulysos or Prof. von, Fat lenberg: for, wh.treas the mead of P1103- nicia, Egypt, and the East generally, con tains lead in considerable quantities, that or switzeriand is of tin anti copper only. bo much artistic taste and mechanical said are 1: shown in these various articiesueedies,rings, I armlets etothat many of them might be used '1 by modern ladies without discredit to their I work-boxes or toilets. But, in singular eob trast to tile Stone age, there is no retie of any pirtrayal of man or beast or pianL We meet, for the first tiute, with pottei y turned on the lathe anti well burned. Instead of dolmens we now have mounds iu which the dead ere laid at full length, weapons and ointments uy their side. borne localities Nor indications that the burning of the dead was praeticed. 'Jere belovg the so-calkd Celtic mounds, and the Terreinure or Emilian mounds 11010 Parma abound in relies of this age. Butimeyer and others show that, although the cnaracteristic animals of this and ute preced mg age are idea ' ticai ea to their species, in this age the domes .ticated animals predominate. auother 43VAtiellgá lot advauthug culture. ' We may ascrum the introduction Of bmnze manufauture into Europe to a great race Muni.. grant from Asia some 6.000 years ago, called Aryas or Aryans. And this Bronze ergo reaches to and overlaps the beginning of the historic period la some countries, and so includes the great epochs of the Assyrian and Egyptian Empires (a. 0. circa Itale), and the eariter eras of the next succeedIng.Age of Iron. Other papers of specie.1 Importance are as tollows: The Chemical Radiations; Evolution and the Alter-Life; The Deeper Harmonies of Science.and Reli gion; Modern Street Pavements; The Physiology of Authorship. LIPPINC01 T. Contents: Up the Parana and in Para guay, illustrated; Overworked Women; Frederic Lemaitre; Northward to High Asia; A Modern ArtWorkshop in Um bria; William, Earl of Shelburne; sto ries, poetry, and editorial contributions. CHRISTIAN QUARTERLY. Contents: John' Frederic Oberlin; Il logical Ethics; The Religious Education of Children; Prelessor Tyndall's Bilfast Address; Man's Relatiou to the Divine Government; Faith; Literary Nettices. REPOSITORY. The engraviogs of the number are "South Mountaiu gatskills" and portrait of Warren Johnson, D. D., late gresident of Dicalson College. Contents: bout Sensitiveness; A Beiligerent Bishop; Jacob at the Brook Jabbok; Glimpse ot a Swiss Village; A Nation Born la a Day; The Great Gothic Cathedrals; Cey lon and Padinanee; Spiritual Struggles ot a Roman Catholic; Stories; Poetry nod Editerial NOtes. , PETERSON. Tbe frontispiece is a steel engraving "The Bashful Wooer. Fiction largely predominates in this magazine, the 1day number liming eight or nine stories. "Plato " and "Paper versus Gold, are the onfý solid contributions. The sole. tions ot poetry are good. SANITARIAN. This pitiable health Journal has Just commenced a new volume. The Work that it iraccomplishing is almost a mis sionary one; for the ignorance on ell that pertains to sanitary science is, out side of the medical profession, deplora bly widespread. The Sanitarian treats Of all questions within its province in so simple and clear a manner as to be comprehended by ev eryone, and if its Judicious advioe le fol lowed. the better sanitary condition of the people muet be a result of its exist ence. Among important papers In the long liet of contents are, Sanitary House Draleage Ventilation for Health; Milk; Burns and Scalds , Fresh dissensions in the brew Törk Board of Underwriters have retired two companies, the Broadway and Jeffereen, and others promise a speedy departure The under-outting of dishonest oompa Wee, it is illiegette is ills repelling asset - 60881P. Oh the snore, the beautiful snore. ' Filling the chamber from ceiling to floor: Over the beVerlet, ander the sheet, From her dimpled chin way down to her feet. Now rising aloft like a'boo in Ja aei , - Now sunk to the wail of a cracked bassoon, Noir flute-like, subsiding, then risirg ' Is the beautiful snore of Elizabeth Jane. A muffA thing that bolds a young lady's band without squeezing it. Elijae liking, of Hopkinsvilleas not a surviving body-servant of George Washiaigtou, but,his razor is. When a girl deliberately selects tbe muddiest crossing, you may be sure she knows exactly the size of her foot. The cheerful Guinea fowl now tiles its morning saw in rural back-yards, very much to the discomfort of Sabbath sleepers. A colony of live hundred Bohemians will locate la Nebraska this seaeon. About the Mille the Biooklyn trial ends, we 'suppose. In some parts of Louisiana, When a girl sets the marriage day, she eounts up the ague days's() as to heivettie ceremony come on tile off day. A lively urchin accosted a drug-store man the other day: ,,Mister, ploase gimme a stick of liquoriee, your Mork goes with my sister The Halifax (N S.) perk dealers, in anticipation of a tine run of business, propose to furnish the citizens with their ouget-to-buy-noe-raphy. it, is now Mr. Tilton 8 turn to wish he were dead. And if he will start that wish in good earnest, he will get a lion subscribers to it in a week. figasure-seekieg tourists will do well to avoid Louisville for the present. The newly organimed- brase 'band there lets just received its iestruments. After a Delaware girl had lowered herself trom the window to-elope with a young man he backed out because he was afraid of tee minieter's dog. - tTottly now the tender-aearted wife parts to her searching husband the HAM ligenee teat sne sent, els linen clothes to the Kansas sulfarere last winter. A little boy returning from the Sun day school, said to Lie mother: eala, weft there a kitty-Mitsui for little boy b This eateehieM is to hard for me." The greatest feat in eating ever re- corded is told of a man weo toinmeaced by boltiug a door, alter whieli he threw up a window aud swallowed a whole awry. A Virginia -fanner said that, carpets looked handsome oa a floor, but he coulde't afford to hire some one to carry a carpet out door every time wanted to spit. They attempted to give out an eight syllable word at one ol tee Reode Island spelling matches tbe other night, but totted that there wasn't room ler it la the State. Mrs. Limner, ot Chicago, had a fight 1 about her cat the other aay with tee 1 uext door neighbor, mid the affair is gen erally eintramerized as a pussy-LawlerMUSS otte A visitor engaged in angling at one of the Florida resorts a few days since, was somewhat surprised to lind a young alligator crawling up his back, under his shirt. , Spring hovere on balmy wings along the Northwester border, and the forfeits resound wita the music ot the grasehop. per filing his scythe for tee summer campaign; la a Connecticut town of about 1,200 inhabitants there are from sixty to seventy dentists. 'Upon an average, twp-thirds of the people have their jaws bandaged the whole year round. If Beecher and Tilton had had mus taches, how difficult the kissing process would have been. Fortunately for both there was nothing to interrupt the full, luscious enjoyment of their oseutation. The coming iMunet is to have a hurri cane deck and a ball tower, and will also have a signal light, birds of paradise, quay and Welch rabbits. Architects are plaunthg higher doors for its aceountio dation. eNo," said she, leaning out of the win dow and addreksing herself to her back,. door neighbor, this moruing, ,,we don't expect to do much at house-cleania' this year 'eta after the Brooklyn trial is over." At the trial of the Guieowar ot Baroda a Man testified that he was a punka wallah. In all the hard names called in Brooklyn no one has equaled this. Neither Beecher nor Tilton has called the other a punkawallah. Several new German papers have been started in Iudiana. Tuis looks like thrift, but it is not. The last Legis lature authorized the publication of le gal advertieements in the (lemma lan guage. When the spring poet begins to talk of the smiling lace ot nature, of budding flowers, of the carol of tee birds in leaty dells, of striped stockings and heavenly croquet, where the dainty feet of pretty girls kiss the moraing dew, they let him go to grass. Nobody will ever learn how to give the pity he deserves to the weary and over worked editor who has got a Job on band ,of making a great man out of somebody who hasn't got, Material in him fit for a successful driver ter a gentle pair of old gray Mille& New Orteanit threatens to banish one filth of its populatiou by abotishing tree lunches. If this threat is put into exe cution, the New Orleans lunch-fiend will complain ot hard times, as well as the workingman. A young lady in Indiana got up at midnight, foddered the cows split some wood aud got the water on t'o wash be fore she awoke. That's the eilid of a girl for a man to marry. She'd go out some eight and hoe two acres 01 pota toes. A fatal defect has been discovered in the New York 'Tribune building. The improved system for supplying tee eel torial rooms with heat leaves nò means ot destroying poetical contributions. The literary. editor threatens to resign Unless they put the old stove back., Yon may go on inventing washing, machinesior the next fifty years, but to the average eye you can't patent any thing equal to the sight of a lady's dia mond rings dashing ei and out of the sparkling suds as she thumps a vet towel up and down the washboard. A very much flaring bonnet gave way on Sunday in front and sent the buneh of roses that covered the place where it was tacked -up square into the face of a gentleman coming in the oppopite dire. tion. Tee. lady, of course, was moat. tied and embarrassed,but tee irentlemen said he didn't miutt being shot St with rosest, - - - Rural joUrnallam In Minnesota bait its little pecallarities it must be admit ted. As, tor instance, a countryman comes la to leave a benched horseraid and requests a pleapant notice ()t his arrival in town; also would like to have it mentioned that his farm, two yoke' ot oxen, a cow and a pair at bob.' aleda ate lot kat - ' - - - 1 f NO. 9 ODDS AND ENDS. Not the bare title of a lord, Not stars andtarters others won, Not epaulets and spurs aud swords, Not names that come from sire to son, But earnest Work and hottest worth, That makes him noble ou the earth. Lowell, Mass, has a barkeeper over seven feet high. Mrs. Dates has been singing In San Francisco oburches. The leavy Tains have dejected the North Carolina tarmers. Mrs. Southsvorth is comparatively young, yet her books number 38. ' Women can practice law in lialpe, Missouri. Illinois aad Wisconsin. The currency of Cuba is getting to be worth ho little that it does 'not pay to counterteit A lull length statue and monument to the memory of Gen. Warren is to be erected in Boston. Notwithstanding the dull times', many of the largest businees houses in Subtext are raising the salaries ot teciaelliploYes. A Baltimore paper says that the Bal. Limon & Oato Railroad -delivers ia that .city, ea au average, 3,000 barrels of bil daily. There promises to be &general and ex. tetisive exodus of fashionable and protn. inept people to Europe the cumin :spring. A number of European Masons have signified their intention to be present at the dedication of Masonic Hall, in New York, ou the 2c1 af June. A London photograper offered Mr. Moody 1,1,000 tor the right to take his photograph and to publisu it exclusivoly, ' and bloody decilued the oiler. Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil, who pro 1 poses to make this country his home, nee 1 1 been Emperor forty-dour years, wad is 1 yet bur, lorty-nine years of age. Germany's military farces including thoeeol Bavaria .comprise 31;830 (sincere, 4itzli,So0 mea, 31'4,970 horses, 2,7o0 held anti tiaeseige pieces ,of mama buying winter residences in Florida is becoming Among those who have tioile so lately are said to 'be General Babcock and Seuator Anthony. The Superintendent ot a Washington cemetery bus been discharged because ha married in opposition to the wisues ot the cetnetery bourd of directors. It is said that tieueral Spinner super vised the paseage of titty-iive thousand ot debars through the Treasury during his term of fourteen years. Somebody sent to a lady la Loudon an Easter egg whica contained aii African scorpion, by which interesting lusect the, lady was bitten so that see will probably die. Christian K. Ross visited Bordentown, East India, iu searce of tee lest boy Cuarlie Ross. A caul was found who answered the desoriptioat except tne ia es. is The pleasing Tenneesee State Senator, wilom a bigoted court beet to prawn for the peccatillie of marrying his greed daugater, bail been pardoned by the Crov erase. A Yale student has brought a snit for libel against the Now naval Register for relleutions upon nun in a report of a mock triest in whith lie took the part ot tee criminal. , , , - The fishing season has been very dis astrous for Gloucester. Mass., thus tar, seven vessels and 77 lives having been lost, 69 more than diu'iug tee same period lust year. . A steamboat Welt hal presented a certain chattanooga editor with an empty skull'. Waal, that editor wants wite two oi thoee things wilt always re. main a diak-uufathoutable snyetery. blichigaa's new liquor law forbids sales to ruiners and habitual druukards, and also emit:tins a provision for tee puuisluneut of drunkards Who buy; ail welt as persons wee seltrin violation of the act. Paul Cassagnao says that every Im perialist keeps the birtiality of tae 'Prince Imperial, but keeps it privateiy, because the einotions excited by the occasiou are too sacred to be indulged in Dubai). - e xzws !FROM 4401ND. DAYTON, KY.Rev. Mr. Allen, et Bal timore, preached in the Episcopal Church yesterday. Professor btanage's music class pro poses to reorganize enti give a concert at an early day. Dr. Dudley, aselstant Bishop of the Episcopal.. diocese. of Rentuisky, will preach and administer tee rite of con firmation at St. John's Churcu to-niorrow (Tuesday) evening. Service will com mence at 7:30 o'clock. Esquire Reuben Tedrow, who has served as magistrate very aeceptably, is a candidate tor re-election awl will again be chosen. Tab election takes place next Saturday. One great advautage of the new bridge at Taylor creek is that Col. Taylor's old nuisanoe that colletts the tickets will be abated. illILLERSBIÝEG, .KY.--Messrs. Vol ,M. Porter & O. VV. Maier have purchased the stock of groceries of the late Johu T., Taylor. CatiFoartia, 0.There were between 130 anti 4o young men and young ladies la the M. E. S. submit yesterday. As tlie steamer C. P. Huntington was rounding in at the California wharf this morning a band ot M11810itthe on board played some due pieces of music, which brought the foundrymen to the banks of the river. Judging from the amount of cheering and hallooing teat was indulged in by these modest country boys, the C.' P. Huntington seems to be their la vorite. RIDGEVILLE, IND.Rev. H. N.Herriex, ,minister of the at. E. Caurch, wao has , 1 been here Jor two yeare, has been ap pointed to the Hartferd City charge, and ' is to be succeeded by Rev. G. B. Work, ' from the North Muncie district. Rev. Mr. Herrick is well known as an able 1 and polished pulpit orator, and we hope , his future tield.may prove both pleasant and successtul.. Much Interest is manifested In the ap lroaoning munioipal election. Nineteea traveling commercial men known as drummers visited this place yesterday, aud it was not a very good day for drummers either. Five ot them represented the tobacco and cigar Inter est, three the drug business, four dry gocids, live liquors. and two hardware. ' Wilether this tudicates a revival of busi ness or not we can not say, but oue thing Is pretty generally ausierstood waile that class of persons live move and him their. being, itidgeVill'e will have her share,. HAmt,ToN.Satardity morning a mall' named Richey, from Piqua, was run ovor by a freight train on the C., & D. road, and had hiss right arm badly crushed. The necessary medical aid was given, after which he was taken to tlie County 1 Infirmary. 1 jar Fol0000r loft tor Whooliogi We Vtus . THE CINCINNATI STAB rmsdow, pubtlithed ovary Thurodoy, by OW - Mar Publiotiiiig Cauipaxiy, ond fres a pad, &Re , M SI MO per year. It la a large eiglir-page papor waitaining pi cohnons of reading matter, mid loth ciwitputit paper of its size publialied in this couutry. 4 RATIN Of ADVERT1111109-15 COMO per line, tach inagro that, Amtto inoaxture. Thrpo months, 121C lents p,,t Eliamunt of 6 per neut. ou coluzile ; 1,1x cent. on column. Aienterterners, tot eithrv WrenT,T orTni-Oktve, melee 1-7 take the run of the paper sad ne properly clossitsd. Extra diaplaya, hpectal and Business Notice., will 8 atilsisot to whims, Itoobjectionable aletei will no admitted at any Kit whatcver. , Saturday afternoon, to ivhich point he - was called by the sudden Lines of wile, who is there visiting friends. jimmy Cox, the juvenile thief, was up ., le,?firre Justice Gordon on Saturday ou the,charge et robbinz the money-box-of a market man. The money was found lit the alley near the Secon &National Bank. Jimmy was balled out by hisirienda. The Board of Courny Commissioners were in session Saturday and trans acted the following business: Ms to - the amount et $133 85 were patised. County bonds numbers -24g and 249 were , presented for payment of interest, whica amounted to ilea. Kreiger presented bonds and received $120 latereet. Saturday night the Board ,of Educa tion -Wild a special meetiug at whim' a - resolution was passed instructing the Executive Comm itteeto turn over to tits newly elected Treasurer the oertificate of depostit front the First National Bank - tor $8,563 92; also the vouchers redeemed by the former Treasurer end the much- talked of $10,000 Lindly check. - rams, KY.Right Rev. Bishop Du Hey will hold divine services on Wednesday , and Thursday in Cynthiana. He will . ollidate lu Si. Peter'il Episcopal Churca in Parte on Friday and Saturday nee,- In tee Circuit Court on Friday, Torn Greea was fined $25 and' sentenced to , ten days' imprisonment for carrying eon- , cealed deatily weapons. His son Frank: charged with the fume miedemeanor was , lined 150 sad eenteneed to thirty days'. imprisonment. Frank was also tried tor an assnult and lined $35. The jury in the case of the Cominon Wealtii against E. E. Platt tor mak:tone , wounding were out all day but could nos agree upon a verdict for malicioue wounding. They were remanded wita leave to bring la a verdict of assault and - battery. A. Straus was fined $25 for keeping a. disorderly house. :Cot. Tiannas Jefferson Keller's name was preeented to the Spottess Men's So ciety for admission at a meeting held at - Dr. Downey's office on Friday. Post master Polk objected becauee be thougat the Coleutt could not tell a lengtuy story. Mary Carmody, a minor by, her next friend, Patrick Carmody. lute sued Joint Madden for breach of pronlise, laying her damages at, $5,000. Tim Bourbon county fair grounds are being put in ciiarge of a C0111Mittee for : the purpose of beautilyire, and putting, them in order tor the nexnair. A grand masquerade ball comes off to morro evenine at the skatiug riuk. A premium of ten'dollars will be given to, the best masked lady er gentleman. Paris folks manage to get along with out theexpeasive tome eta night-watch. ' or police. Deputy Marshal Jgmes Manaugh was , arrested by his Cilia, A. T. Foraythee - and brought before Mayor O'Conuor. ' ellarged wall beating a colored womaa, ' named Mag Dersey on Thursday last.. His Honor required-James to contribute ten dollars to the school fund tor his Wk. gallant decorum. Oa Friday alternoon Elisha Nix en tered the saloon of Tom it) an on Maim street:- He was met at the door by the proprietor, who discearged the contents of a pistol teward him without effect. Ensile went to Mayor O'Connor and swore out a warrant against Tom tor disturbing the peaee and diguity of the, quiet city of Paris. Mr. A. T. Forsythe, the new City Marshal, bits entered upon the reaponss. ble duties ot Peace Preserver. and fi es around town with as much alaurity ate it paper-carrier. Prof. Edward Jones, the popular book'. , seller on Main street, is recommended - as a very suitable persen to the olliee of Magistrate, He is a representative , nian ot spotless integrity, and would add , grace and dignity to the judicial bench. - LEXINGTON, KY.A perpetual alma nac 18 needed at tue Mee of the old Ken tucky Gazette. The editor says tete ia ' ..an unlucky year because it begins and ends with Friday; aud he historically - adds that this occurs only about once iu ' twenty years. , Our memory tells us that ' the years 1858 and 1869 began and ended wail Friday; 18,i4 began with Friday am - ended on Saturday. , , On Friday afternoon Esquire Charles Gibson summoned ajury and held an in quest over the body of an in.ant found ' tloating.in Seott's pond, on the Wine , (Amster pike. The verdict of the jury was that tee child came to its death by being thrown ia the water by some illb known person.- - chief Hartley, of the Covington Fire Department, accompanied a patient train that city on Friday to the Lunatic) Aselum in this city'. The dog question is arousing the at tention of sheep raisers and ottiere Central Kentucky. The.' Society of - Shakers, who cultivate large tracts ot land in Mercer county, raise ucithet bogs nor dogs. The.' Amdrican Citlien 'advishs the - crowd of loafers that hang around the , City Court-room to seek employ men-. . Houorable Judge Mulligan ougnt cautioned itgaiust allowing a crowd of loafers to idle away their time every daY in his Court.- If tiles feilows were , studying law their unhealthy present,' might be endured during cold weather. , A copy of Webster's unabridged die. tionary was given to Miss Darby as the , best orthographer in the spelling contest at Masonic Mali on Friday evening. Mr. George C. Snyder, the City Clerk -- of Lexington, would make a tip.top Clerk in the Court of Appeals. His lincI ulty and facility for tranecribing ars , wondertul. le is the second man that ever wee accused of doing more them ' his duty. Henry Coleman, who was 'stabbed by - Thomas Witaren, both of color, on the night of April 17th, died from tile effect of his wound on last Friday night. A, lad named John Pulliam, an em ploye in the Press job-office, wassarrested " - far issuing bogua Wrens tickets. Mr, ' Bailey, the prosecutor and eines mane. ger, was held in $100 bail to appear fa the Cirouit Court as a witness againes '- Pulliam. This was more than the Circuit ' man bargaitied for. He "declared it would be impossible for.him, te attend; ; - since his duties require bim to be with the Cosmopolitan Show in distant parts.1 Colonel Gratz, the proprietor of the old Kentucky Gazette, like most news papermen, has a good opiuion of bimeelF.. But he has still a better opinion of his paper. 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' , Extra diaplaya, hpeclal and Busineis Notices will lie ' is per published in the State of Ohio. Advertisin PR 3 alibied to advanee. Noobjeotionable matte; will be ' ' rates for the three ethriouet $100 per Saguaro, or 127 ' - ' NO. 9 8 admitted at any price whatever. , . . , eeet per lime Agate. VOL 7 CINCINNATI, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1875.- , , , . . 1 EY TELEGRAPH. - , . , . , ., - - , - - - . ..