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THE DAILY PRESS I. printed and puldl.hIdiUly,(tindyexctd,)hj At No. II West Fotirtlk street, mi delivered I" snliTlora In CINCINNATI, l.'OV. 1 NtJTON mill. NEWPOBT.and In surrounding eilios, villas, and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier. . PRICE OF MAILING. Single Copies, rts.; One Month, !.; Months, (I (10; On Year, no. Ti,r AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Theater CORN EH SIXTH t VINiC Km, CINCINNATI. Mntintror Ntfir M-imtKiT...,. TrfiMnrT Sriiir Artlt I'riiKtpul Mir hihlflt.. rrnpettlet by.. firming Wnon, (I, C. IIhtant, P. It, I'MSTKII. ..J. HoWBI Rnitt.RS. W. K. IUbrikon. Wm. Kuas. KOTICK TIMK CflAHQKD. poor np.ii at D'i o'clock; Performance commence at ;'i o'clock, rmcRS or admission. Circle and ramuotle, M cent; Familr Circle, 2) cut.. i L.it night of the engagement of j 31 It. AND MRS. ELI-SLEK, BTVnnAY KVKNINO, March 12, will he pre- seiit.d, fur lite lliil time, the beautiful Urania, eutitled Ijj CINDERELLA; K Or, The Litti.h Glass Si.irrKn. Cinderella Mm. Fllslnr. it Buron Poiupollnu Mr. KllxI'T. frellt , suss It. aniiiuem, liandinl Mr. Collier. Aft.jr Willi h the favorite spectnclof TIIH FORTY TIIIUVI-X, Mori;lnii...'..:... Mrs! Kill KINIcr. Ah Paha, a poor wooilcutter Mr. John KIMer. Ussrac Mr. Martin. A l.tlnlla. Mm. Bryfnl. t;anein....Y. Mr. Collier. Mutaphe Mr. Nonnclly. (irrhnbratid Mr. Allen. lairv of the l,ak .....Mini L. Maddnrn. Co."amr v...... - - Mm. Brian!. t-ni. Hull,, Mm. R.I. Canton. 7,ai',lA Minn M. Mitddern. Zelie. ....,.., Miss L. Maddern. To conclude w ith A GLANCE AT NEW YORK. ,...., Mr. Ell-l.r. . .....Mr.l'olll'r. ..M', Martin. Mr. Wallaro. Misnl. Madileru. Clrori;e- Tetrrklni.., Mn.'....k Ilnrrr (Jordun Hikwy....... JIM!. rlr. and Mm. WALLF.H. the rmlnflnt Tragc (llau,arHiifniid and will upix'Br on Monday. NEW NATIONAL THEATER o l.rwu Br.n, Pole T,ww; II. A. KtninuAi, Btage Hauagnr; W. C. Tuhpimiib, Treasurer. rmitlvfly lint- npnearama of Ilio einiocnt Huro ran Tragedian . IJAIIRY SULLIVAN. PATrilDAY DVKNINO, March I?, will la acted PhuU.penre'e trngedy, laoactn, called - . MACBETH. Maruoth, Barry Hulllvon; Macduff, Mr. Natrlo; nnnqu", Mr. Hiunlltnn; Pom nn, Mr. llight; MhI rnlm, Mr. Mortimer; Lady Macbeth, Minn DeCimrry. To conclude w ith the laughable farce of , COUSIN JOE. Margery, Mm. : Jnlla June.; 8lr. Wm. Evergreen, Mr. Willie; Cou.in Joe.Mr. Lcfflngwoil. The uianagnr M the pleaiuroof announcinjran en citcreiiient, for a few niKhte, witii tiio ilihtiiiKiiilial artrem. Ml Vandenholf, iliniKlitcr of the celebrated (traxodinn, Mr. John VHUilvnhoft', and the popular actor, Mr. Kwinuonrne, w ho will rnnke their limt ap pearance Mnndiiy next. THE KKW NATIONAL IIOTKL, adjoining Thiater, is now open for the reception of guestH. KooniH can' be obtained by tho day or week- mala furnliihed at nil hours. Tradwiinen and others are cautioned acainst fur nililnx any article for the Theater without a written order, signed by the Stiige Manager or the Treasurer. 2li3 - i , i OperaHouse. CIIAH. M. BAEBA8 Ma.naosii. Tueaday Evening, March IS. ' GRAND MISICATTnAUGIRATION BT STRAKOSCH'S ITALIAN OPERA COSIPANV. Cnder the iminedlate direct'on and niauagoment Mauriiv SfrakoHch, and comprising iu its organiza tion Ilia following Artistes: Minium Colson, M'uio do Wllhorst, M ile Piirodi, M'nie Blrokosch," Klg, Ilriguoll, Mr. Henry &Uires. Slg. Amodlo, HI it. Kuril I, Mons. Juuca, . OiR. Mcola. Anil a lnrse minitier of talented Artlntea In tlie oiid minor rob s, together with a powerful Orchestra and Chorus from the Academy of Mimic, New York. The management takes (treat plcauro In announc ing to the public that tut, initial of the proposed of great Lyrical Kutcrtnlnmentswill be 1'lolow t licf d'ouvre, iu four nuts, entitled, M ArLTH A. Lady ll.iiuietta M'nie PA CLINK ("OLSON. Nnucl M'nio AMKLIA STUAKuSCII. Lionel BKDtNOLI. Plunket M A ItCKL J U XC Trldla S'g. NH'OLA. Judge of Richmond 'K- KLLHM. The sale of Reserved Heals will commence 8nturday, at o'clock A. M.,at the n'V' OltDEIl OF TITF HA I, ft. To-morrow, at 9 o'clock A. M.,coiniueiices the ol Bts for tlx entire .uaeon of twelve nitlila. At 12 o'clock commences the aalefor the first, ond anil third nlghta. The One Dollar Tickets will be sold only on (he of tho performance. The prices of admission will be for Parquette Parquette and Balcony, (Reserved Seats, 1 81 Tickets, with Ihe privilege of oi cupylng such Seats nay not have been secured, SI on; (iiillery. Ml Proscenium or Private Boxes, for parlies of eight less, Sis en ; Upper Private Boxes, for six or leas, . fcul srrlrlion for VI nights, $ IS oil. tWf-Doorsopen at 7 o'clock; eoniiuence at . f.-nnie Artist to the Establishment Wm.T. M.ister Machinist K. .1. Sliumonds. The Properties by lohn V. JOHN K. II Kit BKHT, Treasurer. THE EIGHTH ANNUAL 8 U 3? F E -OK TIIK-t , ; UiMTBll IRISH SOGIETV, - i i- i . f ' . t WILL TAKK TLACE AT ' n Columbian Hall, On St. Patrick's Pay, the ITtu. liiat. HB-Oeorge HeKzer will set the Supper on tlie . . , "Kuow Thyaolf." LECTURE ON PHRENOLOGY, SHOWING ITS UTILITY IN THE Moral and I'hvslraT- Development M.n, given by Tror. L. N. KtlvVLKlt, of the ) o Ull & Wells, New York, ill . " BMITIl A NIXON'8 HALL, CINCINNATI,' roairarimtiig March .vh, and continuing Mix I.BS1VF. Kvkxihus. , , Kuhiect The application ol Phrenology to- Phssical, Intellectual aud Moral Duvulopmout '" . ... . ' . . 'i. u. Ti' sits for inerourne ior saie v "t" ".m"iv. ,1 ri'i tonlv 11 INI. I'uvri uiu'ii in n i imuuih. pilolli nence examination of Mlnirli. I.iieltirM 'iA cents. l,eeuire nPiuuinuu VIA uwl f..am m-ltlt l.ft no and gentlemen aelectcn iroiu son ny me nii J; Smith & Nixon's Hall. Monday livening, March !th, WM. GUILFORD WILL LECTURE CONM'MPTION AND ITS CAl'SKS. Twenty-Five Cents.. In orUr.ti give, dea of tho character of the Lei ture, the W r of the Lei ture, me W' .... 'i i. i.i.,,,,iiu ,,r v tl tiye Pnwerof the Heart' a brief synopsis is given:; The identity of Itality Msgnctlniu; The .no The lleinato-fllobulln for rwi blood i and It. l .... I.-...VII..II I...., Ii a.i, till, iiatn-fllohullu: Tuliercnlon ilepuaitiou In j. . .i.... vituiiiu. I...... ..., uii ,l..n,i.t,t. and Phiuplinrua not all element, and whys Exeuiptlo ' f.iron enuaaeU Iu certain tntni-a iroin ionumii.'i"i . Why Hie.xtreiiieaol Nortl end BoutK ar wnei tu i.'on.iimptlturi, etc., etc. L; ,, , ,, , J-!' jtii3TERN 1 'MtJSEUM. KW AND INTKRKSTINft KNTKRTAINMKllT JtVr.KI "AI AMU linaioi.i . 1HK LARGEST COURCTIOH OF JX MM UNITED STATES. Ti. 13. Corner Hycamoro and Third Vol. 1. No. 17. CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 12,1859. Price One Cent. LOCAL KIJWS, J$T KKICSSON'M CAI.OKIC KN ilNi:, tho first and only olio lit the VcHt, propolR our lilslilnliij; Hoc Press. HTKAM WAS! CALORIC IS.! 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' ' i t i ' IDVAIllADbl A.x AUIAnbll, No pniicra cnt from or leave the office till paid fur. Adverlisemonta to be paid at time of ordoring. Juikik Lkavitt will delivo'r hi charjro ulthc jury, in tho bhawk and Latta ease, this morn ing, at half-past nine o'clock; 1 - '---' I.v the Home Interest Department will be found a statement of tho fact that Coylo A Co. received yesterday 1000 boxes first class oranges, and expect an invoice of 1500 boxes to-day. Thanks. Our acknowledgments nro duo to Mr. Goorgc, pressman of tho Times, and Mr. Armstrong, of tho Methodist Look Concern, for assistance in a case of difficulty.' the and of sec. ae rie, 8 A. TO MOHROW, Box sale sec day ( lr rle, on; as cents; or J 10. Porter. Kutlon. JFL ocra .Ion. 37M IN t.liectutil, or linn of btc I the ot In the Probate Court, yesterday, Lewis DeGray, the slave of J. M. Taylor, of the parish of Madison, La., had tho evidences of his emancipation entered on record. About two o'clock yesterday morning a man named Henry Tcter foil into a cellar, about twelve or fourteen feot deep, on Western Row, near tho Brighton House, breaking his leg and otherwise Injuring hiraaulf quite sererely. Thk Rev. Mr. Quinlnn, President of fit. Mary's. Seminary, will doliver a loeturo for tho benefit of the Sisters of Morey, in St. Thomas' Church, on Sycamore stroet, on St. Patrick' day, Thursday, the 17th inst. Man Skvhkkly Hup", by bkino Thrown mom hih House. A man named George Light, who resides in ( lert'ont County, was riding, yester day, down the doolivity of Court street, toward Deer Creek, when his horso, by stumbling, threw him off upon the bowldorcd pavement, with force enough to fracture his skull to such an extent as to rondcr his recovery a matter extreme doubt. ; Man Found Dead. A man named Thomas do Pugho, who keops a small groggory at No. 18 Stato streot, was found dead a few yards from his residence, by some neighbors, yostor dav morning. Coroner Carey was sent and an inquost hold, which resulted in tho ren dition of a verdict that deceased came to death in consequence of long-continued intox ication and exposure. It appeared in the evi dence olicited before the jury, that both man and his wife hud beon intoxicated bout two weeks, and that during that timo tneal had been eaten In the house. They had, wo understand, several children, who would, no doubt, bo better nurtured by strangors than by the parent whiuh is left them. A PORTION OF A SkKLKTON FoUND MYB- tkby ON thk Maoibon Road. A great of excitement has boon caused lately, about three miles from tho city on the Madison road, by tlie finding of a human skull, some ribs a part of n spine, in. that vicinity. It is con jectured that tho bones are thoso of a man was murdered many yenra ago by somo named Hoover, Davis and rWashburno, who, few of our roadors will remember, wore found guilty and executed for this crime when eity was quite young. Tho fact that tho we havo named 'lived in ihe neighborhood where these bones were found, and also, they had bominitted several murders near placo, the circumstances connected with have not yot becu entirely made known, is ficient basis for a hundred rumors, and furnish gossip enough for a month, ' iadiet n ... ; ON Ad, MlMinn soin owiu, owina tvaud Action; province ll.- ratio why: n of w I"', I )J xlfTf itlUTJm Sta. ATTKMrT WESCArK r'ROM THK ClTY PRISON. Yestcnloy 'morning tho turnkoy of the Prison, Mr. Hudson, by the maneuvering some of thoso' confined there, beoane that all was noi right, and upot. examin ation discovered a well-laid plan somo of had made td escsjpe A, oouplo of fellows ouu, named Bryan Crogan, whose torui la dy for ragrancjt, and unothor, Jaino who is under $500 bail for burglary had up a comrade in a bath-tub, which thoy placed with the upper part toward tho wall, he, While thoy plitycd card on the top, knife for the purpose of looaouiug the and taking out the bricks from the wall at back part of the building Mr. Hudson observed thoir proceeding for a long when some person came with meal which to' be carried 'n, and he ealled sum for, that purpose, when the third party, name we did not learn, came from hi place, and o escaped doteetion. . The ho -revel1, have been confined in the where they will expiate their cunning to asoapa the punlshmont Infliotod by justice. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT. Gi;Nt:itAT, Thiol -Tho Judges sat in General Term, (Judge Ppcncor prosiding,) and deliv ered opinions In tho following cnics: Boyd r. Duncll. A petition in error. Ju(l0 Gholson delivered the opinion Ihe Question being, whothcr, in tho event of a udgo considering tho verdict of a jury oxcos sivo as to damages, he could allow such error to bo cured by a remittor. It was tho uni form nraotice to reduce vordlots In this way, and it was sanotionod by the opinion of tho Sutiromo Court. Judgment nUlrmcd. llu-ne r. l'Byno ,t Co. and MoAvoy. Tho caso was boforo the Court on a writ of error to a decision at Special Term on a domurror, which raised a question as to a misjoinder of parties, and Involved an Inquiry touching the relations of principal and agent. Tho Court (Judge Spencor delivering tho opinion at considerable length) camo to the conclusion, on the whole oaso, ihnt there was no error on the record, and that judgment should be affirmed. Rogors Si McGuire i"-. Slilwell A Anderson. Judge Storor announcod tho opinion, and allowed a correction of the judgmont to the extent of $1511. ii. Thornton Check tw. tho L. M. Railroad Co. Tho plaintiff brought an action for the loss of somo of his baggage, ana ciaimeu me rigni io recover unnn the authority of a through ticket from Washington to Cincinnati said ticket having been purchased from a person alleged to havo been an agent for all the lines of railroad between theso two points. , In disnosini of tho caso Judge Uholsort re marked that, tho ticket bclnu rocognir.ed by defendants, such recognition was a suffioiont evidence of the authority of tho agent. If there were any circumstances existing by which it could be shown that the several linos of road made several contracts, they did not appear on the record in this case ; and, before the Court could roverso. tho judgment, it must appear affirmatively that injustice bad been uone, J udgmcnt affirmed. COMMON PLEAS. 'Pivii. Rihk Joscnh Tavlor r. Wm. Tay lor and others. Judge Dickson disposed of this case an amilicntion for partition among the heirs of Robert Tavlor. deceased. One of tho heirs is a grandchild of said Robert Ta.y lor, and solo representative of her mother. the- daughter ot Kobert Taylor, inis granu child, after dcooase of her mother, was, by pro' ccedings in the Probate Court under the stat- uto, designated by bcr granaiamer as nis noir, The c-ninil.'liilil now claims a double portion ono as tho representative of her mother the oilier, hv reason of this designation. This statute allowing the resignation is found in Swan's Revised Statiitos, page 324. It was manifestly intended to onablo a person to dos ignate as his heir one who by tho laws of de scent was not an hoir. For examnlo. if I father should designate his own son as his heir, this would not add any thing to tho son's rights by birth, undor tho laws of descent. There fore, If n person designates one as hoir to him, whom tho laws of doBCont niako heir, such would bo supererogation, and would not moke tho person thus designated a double hoir. In this caso, therefore, the grandohiid received nothing by such designation, and is not entitled to a double portion. . Ferguson A Long for plaintiff ; P. T. Wil liams for defense. Criminal Side. In the caso of Abraham Cross, tried before J udee Cartor, for tho grand Uroeny committed on the premises of tho late William Churchill, the argument occupied tho forenoon. Verdict of guilty, and property as sessed at $IOti. William H. Kerr for the State, and T. O'Connor for dol'onso. Snmuol Johnson tondorod pleas of guilty two indictments for burglary. John Wiso pleaded guilty to o similar charge. of for his the for no deal and vr'oo men a the men that that which suf will Police Court. At tho Police Court yester day morning tho session was short, although quite a number of cases, most of thorn of that class which is usual thero, were disposed Wo give a few of the more important. About a month ago the residence of a man namod John Roark, was burglariously ontorcd, from which $89 in money and some clothing wcro stolen. Several persons sinoo thon have, at different times, inado thoir appoarance Judgo Prudon, ohargod with tho offense; but tho proof has not in any case been conclu sive. Yesterday William AVhttton was com mitted, in dofuult of $301) bail, lor his appear ance ti-day to answer this accusation. A follow, who gave his name as Brown, who, from his appearanoo, evidently knew was finod $25 and costs for having guilty of a disgusting exposure of his person. The four boys of whom we spoke yesterday as having been arrested for burglary, having been suspected of entering the establishment of Mr. Wray on Main street, were hold to in tho sum of $300, each, fur their appearance to-day at the Police Court. Another pair of hopeful youths named Charles and Thomas Flanigan, who were arrested a or two ago on a charge of petty laroeny, beforo his Honor yosterday, and the former lined $20 and costs, and the latter sent to House of Refuge. A fellow, named Shields, who while raisod a row at tho Railroad Hotel, on streot, broke tho glasses, docanters, etc., bit off tho ear of the barkoeper as remorselessly as Petor cut off that of one of the rabble, held im $300 for his appearance before Court of Common Pleas. John Mcllvain, who was charged with larceny, in having.stolen $1 J5 from a lad, passed tho night of Wodnosday In a bagnio ftittenhouse street, was hold in the sum of I'or his appearance on Monday. City of suspi cious them thirty Roger, shut had ana used a mortar, tho had time, had prisoners whose hiding- other, dungeon, attempt r.,. ... Tu i'Bovkm knth. Tho Board Oity Improvements, at their session yesterday, authorized the Clerk to transmit to Council ordinance to pave with bowlders Pitt from Fiftocnth streot to Adams streot. The Commissioner of the Eastern was auth.orli.ed to ropair Main stroet r'ourth street to tho Canal, at a oost not ing $15. : The Clerk was dirocted to advertise for tw.ua lit n renalr the intersection of Court Raoo streets with flagging at eaoh and to transmit to Council an ordinance ,iave Logan stroet, from Llborty stroet to ttreot, with bowlders. IU was also directed to notify the Company to remove the post at the corner Carr sUeot and the Whitewater canai. Tub County Commissioners did not their regular session yesterday, in cousoquenee uf having a joint session with the doners of Dearborn County, at Harrison, regard to some business concerning the which eroeses Whitewater River and i ha two oounties. CITY COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. The .pedal meeting wan called for the purpose of coiiNidi'ilug tho remaining sections of I lie Wharf Or diniiuce. The CitT Lot. Before It was taken up a resolution was presented hv Mr. Perry for haWug the trees around the Cltv Lot properly tilnimrd.iit nil expense not exceeding Kt. The remdlllioii was adopted. Wn a ar I aniN Axcr.. A fter considerable discussion the following mi-llons were passed : Section II. Tho amount of wharfage to lie paid by every steamboat, barge or water-craft, whleh may innd or anehor ithin one hundred feet of the Land ing, Hi i it 1 1 bo eight cents per tun, Custom -hoiw imm ure, uhirh will entitle .aid Ixiats to remain at the 1. Mini in ir ii Ine dm wit html extra elmrffe. Sec. 12. Boats. Imrfles. etc.. remaining at tlie Lami ng longer thiiii nlucdnys filmtl be i-harged an add i- omi rent per tun per day. nrovnica tlie w narnute ne not less than II per day. But any boat laving at the w nan ion. man leu uours snau do cnargcti not mure than HO, sec. .1. All Tesseis iirirnaraina pig iron or omr heavy freights, to guard agaiinM submergence by a sudden rise of tlie river, shall laj compelled to place all stn'h freight at least nfty f"'t from the water's edge, or be subject to a penally cf not Us nan ?.o. Sec. II. Owners of .nrh heivy freight to Iw held initio for all iiiiuries arlsintf to any boat coming in fjintiM't with It while hi .iiliiiiorired. Sec. i.i. v haiT-lb'Klnter a receipt lor wnarmge, 'oiinterslgneil by the Wharfmastcr, shall bo aluue admlssalde as proof of payment of wharf charges. Kef. lr. 'Ins WItaiiiiiiiMter tn mve notice to con tractors for cleaning tlie W harf, whenever the river cnmnioni'oa falling; and In the event of the run tractor neglecting lo attend to his duty of having the landliirf denned, the Wliartniaster shall bate authority to employ nv ii to perform that duty, anil whatever may ho paid tor surn lanor, snau oe on. Ineteii from tin) amount becoming one tome con- traetor. . ... Sec. 17. Kenenla a I onl nances on w nan ami wnari. aire liitherto twMeil. uiil.Ka all omittance III n'SPeei lo streets, passed Dec. IV, Isirr, and two ordinance passed Oc t. an and Dec. 2.',, IK44, rcspi'etliig the Miami and Whitewater Canal landings. Tills ordinance to .uni. Ii.tr, onerHtlon tmmeillatelv aller Its naHSaae. Several motions for aiuoitriinient, not put to tlie Mr. Ross nsived forth railing npoi a resoiuiion, reported by the Committee of ire Department, lor the purchase of two small engines. Hot down for con sideration next Council meeting. Hiiiwim1 HiiffireHtloit. for aoiiiurntnenr. sir. itun yan strongly repented the motion for adjournment, and reiiucsted to have the Ordinance for Iho asess. inentot a special tax on property on jianmvou nuau, lipoitulit n for eoii.iilerntioil. The question of the Intompi'tency of a Council convened for the consideration of it special subject, tiikin (up oilier business, was next mooted, on which ilu.fn wn, tin. iimiiiiI dlftereiiee of oninioli. Tho Chair Iwing appealed lo, said that lie was unwilling lo rule on tho question, but would Incline to the opinion t lint tho Council could consider other subjects than tho ono Tor which It hail been calico. A renewed motion for adjournment was lont. Dis eussion oh tlie competency of Council, etc., again re. sinned. Another motion for ailjournmeiit was sue cesslul prociaeiy at ino ciock. A Counterpart to the Sickles Affair—A Wife's Lover Shot by her Husband. A. to ol. bo foro and bet ter, been bail A complete counterpart of tho Sicklos case which has so alarmed the country, and about which so much has boon written during the last week or two with the exception that in one the parties interested aro members of the social circles at the seat of Government, and to a cer tain extent Influential there, and in the othor they aro of the bettor class of Gorman exiles oocurred a few days ago in this city. A man whose name we suppress fur the present five or six years ago, in company with his wife Tbeodosia, left Germany and camo to this country, with the intention of settling. The husband was almost a quartor of a century older than the wifo, who wis and is yet quite fair. Long before thoy left their homo in Fa derland, the wife had been suspected of an inti macy with a young man but a few years her senior, which was a source of annoy anoe to the husband, ad was one of the reasons, although ho spoke It nof,"for ieaving his birthplace for a home among things and persons new and strange. The lovor ooncludod also to emigrate, aud did so, all the parties coming over on tho same vessel. Thoy went to St. Louis, and resided there until about six months, when the husband made another attempt to take his wifo from friend by removing to this city. Hithor also came the very person whom he most wishod avoid, and although tho husband knew nothing criminal in tho intimacy, yet "Trlflos light as air Are to the jealous, confirmation, strong As proofs of Holy Writ;" And although the crime did nut appear, tho demon of suspicion haunted his mind he was ever without peace. They rented a house on the upper part Elm stroot, where the young man visitod fair Theodosia as he had been wont. The hus band, now completely maddened, determined to end thoir intimacy at onco by the doath the supposed paramour. A fow nights ago parties mot near tho residence of the whon the husband drew a pistol and fired the man three times; one of the shots effect In the loft arm, and another in the neither of which, however, was fatal. lover escaped down an alley, and has been fined ever since to hi room. The affair not yet been brought before the Courts, probably never will. AMUSEMENTS. day wore the drunk Front and was the' grand who on $200 of an alley, District from exceed pro and crossing, to Eldor NATIONAL THEATER. Again the tional was filled, and again Barry Sullivan pleased his audience. His scholarly renditions, caroful details, and just conceptions of the ious parts whieh he assumes almost furnish food for thought and leave impressions not to be erased. To-night he will make laBt appearance in this oity as Mucbtlh, we earnestly hope for him such an audience his merit deserves. WOOD'S THEATER. The benefit of Effie Elleler was well attended last night, the fair benefieiare was enticing and graceful as she could be. To-night the management produces "Cinderella," "The Forty Thieves' and "A Olanee at New York," which will the last of these spectacles this season. there be a full house to-night at Wood's. THE ITALIAN OPERA. We would remind our readers that if they bear Flotow'i beautiful Opera of "Mortha," on Tuesday, opening night, It will bo necossary to their seats early this morning. The sale oommenoe at 0 o'clock A. M., for the season, and for the first, second and nights at 12 o'clock M., to-day, and have no doubt but that the Box offlco of magnificent establishment will be so that those who go not early will find scats source. With the charming Colson a the Henrietta, Madame Strakosch as Nauoi, nolo m Lionel and Junca a Plunket, we a cost which oan not fall to fill the house every part, to the utmost capacity. Book Notices. hold Commis- in bridge connect Tux House t A pocket manual of Rural or, how to build country houso out-buildings. This Is the title of a neatly printed volume, of 170 pages, from the pen of the of the Garden, Farm, and other works, and be had or A. Hutchinson, 160 Vine street, tween Fourth and Fifth streets, Cincinnati, Oca Musical Frikkd, a weekly musio of sixteen pages, at a very oost, I also oa sale. Book Notices. A Mysterious Foundling---An Injured Mother Abandons her Babe. A Gorman, namod John Mussol, who resiiles on Buckeye stroot, near Poplar, found a child, apparently but a fow weeks old, on his door step, early yesterday morning. It was warmly and neatly clad in a Una woolen dross, with linen chemise, and, after having been wrapped up in a profusion of long clothes, hadloen do posited in a basket at his door. Its features, for a babo most of whom, with thoir astro nomically-inclined noses, are far from being pretty were quite regular, and it seemed as perfectly contented with its position as though It slept upon its mother's bosom. The follow ing note was also found in tho basket, which was written if we may judge from the manu script which we saw by a hand as delicately- shaped as the character it had traced were elegantly formed : "This infant is yours, and as a fathor I appeal to you to nourish it as your own. I hopo you will cull it Virginia, in honor of hor who was pure as nn nngol until yon overcame nor with your subtle arts. I will forgive you the wrong you have done mo if you will properly provide for this plodge or our mutual love; but as you value your poaee,your happiness, tho life here and the lilo to come, do not neglect tno littlo Virginia. Adieu, you will never see me more ; I go to distant land to hide my shame, but, alasl never to one I have loved 'not wisely, but too VIRGINIA. The story which the above will suggest to the mind, is one which has been often told ; but It is ever and anon recurring, and always with the same donouement. He was loved, she was be trayed, and Misery ever after haunted both their lives. What is most mysterious about this affair, is the fuct that Mussol can hardly speak a word of English, and knew not what the note con tained until it had been translated. It is evi dent that the babe was deposited at the wrong door; for tho poor German grew quite angry over the matter, and eworo all sorts of Teu tonic oaths, and between them protested his innocence, which, we understand, his wifo, from the very naturo of the case, was coinpollod to beliove. The child will, eventually, we doubt not, find its way to ono of tho numerous Orphan Asy lums in our midst, and probably never know the story of its birth. Let us, however, hope that when the girl has grown to womanhood, she may not know the pangs her mother felt, whon she had boon so deeply wronged by one sho must have loved. he hor to Copyrights Skcvrkd. Copyrights i taken out yesterday, in the United States Court, for the following pieces of music: "The Golden m . ,, - . , . , ... ircsa waits, uuiuposuu. uy jrruu. truruer, "We're Growing Old Together," composed Prof. R. G. Paige; "Homespun Polka," com posed by Fred. Wcrnor; "A Hundred Years Come," composed by Prof. Solon Nonrae ; "For est Rose Sehottisch," composed by Prof. Joseph Knrfler; "Kentucky Girls' Polka," eoinposed by C. Kunkcl. Also for tho following works "Postofneo Guide," by C. S. Williams, compiled by E. Penroso Jones, lute Assistant Postmaster.; "Digest of Docisious," by Sterne Chittenden, counsolor-at-law ; "Love's Masquerado, Money Gives Consent," a comedietta, "Cctching a Husband, or Dying to Marry," comedy, by James H. Carter; and "The Guide, or Happinois in Marriod Lilo," by D. Willors, M. D. yet and of the A iian named Bailey had his cheek laid and his eye injured so badly that it is thought it will be forever useless, near the corner Third and Plum streets, yesterday, by struck in the faee by a piece of window-glass, which is supposod to have been thrown by boy who was playing near by. CANDIDATE'S NOTICE. the lady, M V eiVSrHTm I, a euniltiliitM fnr Oltv ('.,,- missloiier, .ubiect to the decision of the ( lllwns nventlon. ' '''-' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The eon- has and Na va always his and as Mrs, and be Let again the secure will enliro third th besieged very Lady Brig havo in THE PLACE! THE PLACE!! II. P. IiIiIAS JEWELRYIIOUSE Fresh Arrivals Dally. Of New Styles ol" j- in we jlm n. Which can be fuund la i U ml 1 ett s Variety, AND AT PBICK8 UNUSUALLY LOW, AT MY STORE, Nn. I Wetarourlli Street, Next Door to Daily Press Office. Now is the time to Buy. 365 PROlc. II. T. HUNCE'S CKLKRBATKD INDIAN LINIMENT. IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY THOU HAhDH. who have used It to their great satisfac tion. It will POSITIVELY and speedily cur. the undermentioned painful diseases, tiive It one fair trial, and you will nnd It an Infallible renie.lv. Neuralgia; Htlftuwi. of the Neck or Liiulm; Ron Throat; Sprains and Bruises; Toothache; ltheiiiua tiaui; NervoiiHorSlrlc Headache; Cramuin the Unwell or Limbs; Weak Kyes; Fronted Keet; sores anil Cuts Manufactured bv Prof. II. T. BCNCE. No. CL1I Kvc. amore s'reet, Cincinnati, Ohio. VorsaloaC No. Kilth street, between Main ami Walnut. All orders will lie promptly attended to. Liberal discount made to wnoiesaic ucaicrs. Arch itecture and ootavo author is to be. sheet of wodorate POTATOEO. mTinUTK NESHANOC SEED POTATOES, for sale by JOHN BELL. Produce Merchant. 374 103 West Fifth Street diet Your Stitching Done At Mo, 52 West Fourth St., and te.t the quality uf GEO. n. tilAIAT A CO.'S - FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. JM FBIOB 150 AND ffiO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Terms Caah.' '!' Advertisement not exceeding Ave llne.(Agt0 . i One Insertion. .Jo j. One week ... ..!. m TWO ...... I ho On month . I mi Larger advertisements Inserted at Ilia following rate, fur aquara vf tan linaa or lea.: One Insertion Ja no Kach additional liiMrtlun .... it One i'k ................... 7 Two " . ........... I an Three" ... ..-.. no Una month. ....... ... a to WANTED. "WANTS," "roil BALB," "TO LF.T," "LOUT," "KOCND," Ae.,ln this rolumn.oerapylni three llurs or les., two Insertions, twenty-nv. cents. WANTED Eight Vest Maker U bast for a Machine. Apply Immediately at l.tt Monnd streeL 377 VV"ANTED A Good Girl immediately, To conk, wauli and Iron In a small family. iKiiure.ni no. to Mutt coin,, well recommended West Seventh street, lct. Walnut and Vine. 33 WANTED PARTNER WANTED A man anmew-liat acquainted with the Tlat Boat Business, and having 9,"i capital, can find a' very profitable Investment by addressing a letter to 'lll'l:Ll''JL.',"lilll,l! ,v WANTED HELP IMMEDIATELY. One good rook; five good girls, for general housework hi .mall families, In city ana count id. ntry. Reference, required. .lliui- Tbe hlfrlinM. wnifM will be naid. Now is your time, "girls,'' to obtain first cli tlons. Apply at A. D. CARSON'S encr lualion and Agency Office, 3sa W estern Row. VANTED- w T XI A situation in a Retail Gro cery or Dry floods store. (Itrocery areferred) by a young man. Can come well recommended, and -has nn objection to going to the country, tlall, or addrra? 11K.NR Y II. RC6SKLL, No. 103 West flnil street, Cincinnati, Ohio. e WANTED To soli Scholarships "in Smith's, Bacon's and Cundry'a Comnif rial College grant fur full rourw of Instruction. In Double K.nlry Hook-Keeping, and young men Mm. money bv buying certificate. Apply at mr Kxehange OlhVc, soulh-wert corner ol Sycamore and Third (.., MancheslerCorner. W r) WM. K. ACKLnY. ANTED TO RENT A Dwelling House, with from six lo eight room.; wonld prefer It in Ihe w,tern pari of the city. Addrea. me at my store, 63 West fourth tret. .VIP JNO. If. IlKTKRW. WANTED Persons wishing permanent, pleasant and profitable businew, will do well to address, with stamp, "Clothe. Dressing Compound Company, Box 27:. Covington, Kentucky." Kxclnslve agencies given. MS WANTED Spanish Quarters wanted, in In large or small quantities, by the cross or barrel, in exchange for thoso Splendid PICTURES at the (iltKAT WKMTKRN OALLKRY, M and 70 West Knurl h street. H4 WANTED SITUATION A young man wishes a situation In a wholesale tlrorery or Liquor Store, Is a cooil accountant, ana n.. goon ret- erence. Pleaso address "A, ' Press office. -A" WANTED TO BUY A good Brick Dwelling House neat and well attnated worth not morn than f.l.fsm. Addren, giving the street and nnmlrerH., Box 704." WANTED Without doiay, 1 cTeik, 8 machinists, 2 Locksmiths, bar-keeper, team ster, ostler, men used to catiie, nurserymen, barber, Sanfeners, man and wife. Alec, for nlra.chotre belp. ailv, at the old Intelligence Agency of I. B. B., No. it Knit JToiirlli .treet WANTED 2 clerks, 3 salesmen, one Teg- . stable gardener, a man and wife toco on farm, five farm hands, (young, .ingle men preferred,) and six good female servants, for city and country. Apply at A. li. t AKSUfl D tienerai information am flee, 3K2 Western Row mTANTED My wants, and those of my w . frleiuls, are so n them all, nmemus this morning, that h time and space to ueeeliba I would only say. that tliow, who want situations, and those who wlidt to hire good help. might have their wants supplied, by calling at my office. No. 32 Western Bow. A. P. CARSON. " WANTED BOY A first-rate American boy, 14 years old, would like situation tn a store. Address J. Sl'KAR, M. v., Post-office, Cin cinnati, onto. WANTED SITUATION A permanent situation to do something, by a young m.n willing to do it. quired. Best of reference, civen and Address Box 1,877 Post-office. 814 where there are no few minute, walk of the Po.tofl.ce. Box 31(1, I'oat-omce. Addn ' D..' 1 VANTED BOARD In a private family, . i ww woere tuera nn, uv vmrr uwiwuni, wiitnn m by to : or and a WANTED To go to North Chillioothe, shoe and boot makers; a tailor and shirt maker, a ladv preferred, both with sewing machine.; a tinner; a blacksmith; a wsgon maker; a tewnwter, with horse and wagon; mason tenders: a grocer; a tavern keeper; a lager beer concert wloon kewper, etc., etc., etc. North Chlllicothe is a new villain, adjoining the city, and at the junction of the Ohio ('.ml nnd U A V. H. H. To. lu bwaMfill and henllhv, and there are now six dwellings anil .. In omine of erection, w ith the prospect of many more during the summer, l urqualed facilities are offered to persona with a aitiull capital, to start in business, as well as skilled In any of Ihe mechanic arte, to and a pleasant Home ami prouianie employment in m efficient aid to sell all their product In the best mar kets. Satisfactory references given to those already settled In the village, all of whom are fully and prof- itltalily occupleil. Andreas v. J. Miiwr.n, "" the Commercial Mutual Aid Association, Chilli. eotlie. Ohio. w. FOR SALE. f7OR SALE BOARDING HOUSE FUK . N1TURE On the south-west corner of Third open of being somo and Broadway. Rent Has sixtv-nve good paying boarder.. Inquire at 73 r.ast i inrii .treet. 3M (iURE SILVER BUGLE. For ale, at half price, a Putt Hii.vaB Biolc. Eh. The mnvent I. perfect in every respect. Address "Ea ton Cornet Baud." Katon, Ohio. Sit FOR SALE Or will be exchanged Tor an assortment of Dry floods suitable for a Western Country Store, five excellent Building Lots in the Western part of the city. SAM IKL A. PA ROE NT, So, 2 ApolloJulljdJjgB.orner KiftJIi aiid Walnut.3M I.10R SALE BAND-BOX MACHINE . Which has been run about one year. Inquire at D. B. Jordan'. Paper-Box Factory, 8onth-ea.t corner fifth and slain atreef. BOARDING. aiOATtliTNO Two or three Gentlemen can secure pleasant Furnished Rooms with food private family, wher. there are a few boarders, by applying at No. 1(17 Longwortn -'re, Hoard, iu ooaruei o, aiiven'H between Elm an Plum. Terms moderate. To Sufferers from Rheumatism. K5 a RHEUMATISM 30 WALTER ROSCOE, FOR MANY vears I':ivsirian to Ihe lamented Haveloc Inn of tho British Army in the Hast Indie., ffers a .needy and certain cure to all Invalid. I- Hicted with Thi. wnnrierrul antidote I. one of the ureat niedirl. I nal secrets of the last, and wa imparted to Dr. R'w- coe oy a native oepoy t-iiyn:iii, w.,,,, u..u,u w ..... mouth of a cannon, from w hich he was blown by th infuriated British soldiery. Advice to invalid, gratis, turn postage stamp, 1R. a3 Address, nrloslng r. W ALTER P.OSCOK. Cincinnati P. P.. Ohio. 0-A.J3I3NTO. WEDDING MARCH, By Mkudklsbobk, and CORONATION MARCH, from the Prophet, vry Wight at lh Catino, oppotit Pik'l Opera Hoiut. ADMISSION FREE. Handles. A LARGE LOT TO BE CLOSED OUT til LAP at JO HIM JJUL.L.'S Produce Comiulsfilon Store, 373 103 West rutn etrcei, tT SPIRITUALISM. DR. J. YOUNG, n able speaker, will lecture In Rational nail, on Vine .treet, above k'iltll.ril ISUAV.at I u re .,.i t7'-5llltheevenlng. Oneillms auiuiaaion iu lecture, t out, rence at x o enn a. 3. 'A SNOWDOK & OTTE, 21 West Fourth treei.M......a BETWCESJ AI AND WALMUr.) WINDOW SHADES, CURTAINS,, SPRING MATTRESSES, BEDDIM, 40.. i C C. . Table and Floor Oil-Cloths. SHADES OF ALL KINDS k PATTERNS Made to order for Dwellings, Store, Church., and Office.. . ,, "' Cheapest Paper Store In Town. GKORGH W, REED, Maaufactuirer and ' Importer of French & American Paper, Hangings, No. xs Western Bow, between Sixth a.dLoogworth, Oiaciuiatl, Ohio. , oU FANCY BASKETS.-! have Just reeelved full aMortnent of Fancy Seiko!, which I oner to III. tradf at wor low P"-jWI WAlD s ;t r-. : ;:". . 1. S -"-vi .