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Cincinnati Daily Press (Newspaper) - April 15, 1859, Cincinnati, OhioWanted. for balk to met "lost,","., in hits column occupying three Lineal a two insertions tvs pity no o cents. 7"anted. A situation is finl her or ill Engineer he an experienced Stende Ronns i. Either in Civ or country Autress Oll Loo. Need a House of seven tight or Nln rooms within a Mil. Of Iii j. Hex 330. Aph b for Sale. A steam engine and boiler m. Second Han hut in first rat e condition. Oil her synch bom and stroke. Boiler 22 feat t no by 4 in diameter the engine la lilt in the Moat substantial manner and la and in perfect working order. The boiler is been recently tested by Tho government inspect 1 and its Good Condit Ion certified to by Liera. J also f a Cill Cytar is Mottino raw of Leavitt s a tent in running order. The saw la no Oitim inches to Din Inetor mid of Superior to i a Power mortising machine of Lana j. Odleiv s make in Complete order mud n kick Olla a which Nav i thereto if above machinery w Iii to sold Low on applies " on to Jos. W. Wayne at hardware store no. It 1m main Street or at Hia Zinc v billboard factory ii mat of Broadway. Apl4-c stir Sale or Exchange for Cit property. Eighty scree of Rood Timber no in a pie Votint jim., titty Melee from ctn can 1intl, the Nix Mill South of tha Ohio Aud Mississippi Railroad Tho same distance from veraallla., the i county seat. For further information apply to the Host nor Noueri Street Iho port no t or w l. , 2.1 we torn toying Innabi j. Apis a Hannah h. 8ktmoub, Hor Sale a valuable Prii Prtt. Vennt Uinins Flirea i Noma Auu Aien on we adorn now near ruin Street. Fill to old very Rhent for Cash. For particular a i i no Ulrea no. 208 Western Row. Apl4- b Tilor Sale a desirable it. Auburn Resi a hence situated on Southern atone. Or Par f ice Lara in Uulrey at the Washington foundry Corner of Vine Aud Luli Worth Streeta. Mr23-a lost. W Ost yesterday a old Fob Chai n. $5jl4 Reward will be Enlil if returned to no. 12 main Street. Commercial and enquirer copy .1 times cd. I found. Found a few Days ago on Walnut Street a. Hix a bundle containing a e Aud piece of l Lack led por k supposed to be m Orth about lf2 which Theo Wiercan Bubo by calling at Thia office and paying charges. It found a watch and Chain that can have by or Orang property and paving charges by applying at the Ludlow House Corner of Ludlow and second streets. Pall a t boarding. Hoarding. A few gentlemen can be to jul com mounted with Good Board by applying at no. 100 fifth Street Apio of i to boarding. One or two gentlemen Oak obtain a pleasant room with Board at no. 107 Lou Worth Street Between Elm end Plum. Terms moderate Alj b names of a few Well kno persons cured by Megrath s electric Oil. It la totally impossible to publish All the certificates we have. It would Tako a Book of Lull pages. Rheumatism. Thexton Camden n. J. General Welch circus proprietor g. W. Ward esq., merchant. Chestnut St., Philadelphia f. Dun Seq. 12tk and Locust blit., Phila. Neuralgia or. Wood. Wood s museum Phila. Neuralgia 13 Yeara. Rev. James Temple 310 South till Phila. Croup lift saved mrs. Cannon s child Coates St., Phila. Her disease. Mra. W inter s daughter 39 Ridge Avenue a Hila. Frosted feet 3 years. Urs. Insao Channel. 1 Atli and Brown sts., Phila jars. Melville Anderson Corner 4th and Willow sts., Phila. Edwin d. Stimm 16 Marshall St., Phila. Chronic in Kan 23 South sixth Street Phila. Neuralgia 4 years. R. Jenkins. 4 Olive St., Phila. Stiff ten Pancoast Mullica Hill. Phila. Deaf Aesa. We. E. Birch d North 10th St., Phila. Rheumatism helpless. Mrs. Dick Naon 17th and Niia. Uneuy mutism. Jars. At Nina us an Thompson. Phila. Pain in Back and kidneys. Jan. L. Pointer. Kana bars. Pann. Swollen limbs j. Nolan. 328 Chestnut St. Phila. Be Umayam. T. Jonea 7 Poplar St., Phila. Sprained foot. Jas. A. Free West Phila. Yunam Matioli of stomach Ano Ogden 1m North 4th St., Phila. Pain la breast. F. Old Dolton 430 North sixth St., ankle. J. Head Froutan Market streets Liila. Crooked hand straightened. Charlea j. Oroon 13 Brandy Lue St., Phila. Neuralgia and inked breast. Mra. In Laud Providence Delaware croup and cramps. Henry Brown s child Turner Lane Phila. Klien mutism. Mra. George Smith Cornor Al h and Locust Sta., Phila. Neuralgia and pain in the Back. Mrs. Mary Evans Trenton n. J. Khe autism. P. Felly Chestnut Hill Phi a. Swol Len . L. A Lutiger nun North Broad St., Phila neuralgia. Mrs. In. Mclroy Cuthbert St., Philip rheumatism. Mra. . Dunville. A. Chill. Fever and cough. 11, Thomas a do uglier a novel Street above Franklin Philada phia. Rheumatism. Or. Welch City Council 28 Catharine Street mra Liuva Neshite by Hutchinson Street Philadelphia Leaf heat 0. Ii. Smith Columbus on. Paina in shoulder. A. J. Robeson Columbus to a. Sprained . G. R. Mcneil Montgomery Ala. Deaf Ness. Hubert Ware Atlanta a. Spinal complaint 22 years Tuurling. W. O. Rugby Montgomery Ala. Inflammatory Rheum Nat i n. D. Elkin win abort. U. Pain in breast. We. Middleton Lincoln co., by. Deafness one bottle. Mrs. J. O. Palmer Raleigh n. C. Pile. John ammonia Auguata of. Deaf does. Thomaa g. Cox. Atlanta a. Brenma Elsm. John i. Russell 22 Chestnut Street new York. Neuralgia. 8. C. Price 7 Rozevelt Street new York. Pain in Book. We. Lucas 40 Baxter Street. New York. Hid sore. We Maddox 10 Suffolk Street. Kew Tor. Kei Uneeda. H. Woods sr., Hancook co., ind John Taylor Indianapolis ind. Rheumatism or. A Blai Ichard 24 11th Street Phila. John Clin ton "9 North the Street Phila. David Street Tab i Lyburn Street Phila. Sprained wrist. W. Frank Lin 24 South 8th Street John Pihle 4ot Arch Street Phila. Felon. W. Kincaide 24 8th St. Gout. Jaa. Iiovan.2 Georgo Street Phila. gout g. W. Hui Prev 5th and Dickenson streets Phi a. Rheumatism. Mra. Sarah Hutton 332 South eighth Street Phila 8. Stetson Filbert St., above Kiphuth x Vilii. Up glued ankle also enlargement of Leibov joint. J. Draper. 3u7 Stirk Estreet Fol he. Emptier on head and swollen neck of a Littlechild Only 1 Yeni old 281 i3tli Street. A very . Burnt hand of Sou and swollen breast of wife of d. E. Davis Somerset Borough a. Erysipelas and Niini Datum. B. Treo esq., port Penn Grain dealer. Ruhui Natisin. Or. Williams. Merchant tailor Kew Castle dol., and hundreds of others that May lie seen and talked with by any one. Mr3q a certain cuke for rheumatism and gout to be had at Brown Jung. Co., dealers in perfumery and fancy goods ap7-l 340 main Street. Something new a a graduate of or. Nau Iberlin a is now introducing his system of electro Pathic treatment for tie cure of nervous and chronic Dis eases. This system of treatment is not based upon Chance or Experiment but la reduced to an absolute certainty and obstinate diseases Are frequently cured by a single application. The Good eff Octa resulting Aro nut Only wonderful in partly its rheumatism and other Kindred Diana sea As is generally conceded hut it effectually controls All maladies either acute or Bronic and never Falls to effect a Poedy and Perma nent euro in All reasonable cases. The great Vitaliz ing agent electricity will speedily and permanently cure the following diseases veg pulmonary consumption Early mud Middle stage torpid liver dyspepsia diabetes Klaeui Uutinen brain diseases seminal weakness. Catarrh. Deafness. Ama Rosis. Neuralgia spinal diseases constipation Chorea. Skin diseases piles disused incident to females asthma bronchitis general derangement of the nervous system stiff joints contracted Muscles chronic and nervous complaints generally. Office Corner Heen and i front streets seventeenth Ward Cincinnati o. Consul Talon free. Aug a third Street omnibus a n e tickets t1aken at Par for soda water from Glass fountains at Iris a Tobii. Hunn. Apl3- b n. W. Cor. Third Aud Mill Sta. Liberal advances made on produce and provision Large and Small lots for the Eastern mar Ket Byr. C. Boi Kino ap7-l 341 Sycamore Street. Virgin Olive Oil. 7irgin Oil of Aix Virgin Oil t of Buti. These oils Are prepared from choicest selected olives and Are unsurpassed for table use being perfectly Sweet Aud of the most delicate flavor. For Sale Oscire Eckstein a co., apl2 opposite the soda water syrups. Mure manufacture and Are w paid to furnish every variety of syrups suitable for soda water. Our Simps Are made of very Yueai material Ann Are Anisur Pasea in Auy particular. Scire Eckstein a co., Alj opposite the Post offic i Havana cigars. We have just receive lot of Choice Havana Ilgars including several entirely w brands which we recon Utah smokers As vary one. Lib ick Stein a co., or opposite the Poat of of a Ericsson s new calorie engine by which this paper is printed prove a. Us Vooss. It rum Hoe s lightning double Cylinder press throwing off three thousand impressions per hour at an expense of fuel of oases and a half per same time. Our press and Engin room u open to the Publio at 1 0 o look p. Ladies and gentlemen Welcome i clothing intelligence. Sprague compliments to All. Will be Home for three months. No. 10 East fourth Street. April 13, 1859. 307 Sprague & co., Hunting suits 10 Ernst fourth Street. Sprague & co. Clothing for Small boys 10 boat fourth Street. Rwm Remote to the Corner of fourth and Vina first of August. Departure of trains. Ohio Igmati Hami Itok Patton s Ofa. 8 40a.m., 4 30 p. 40 p. M., Hamilton Accomma a it. Tons 9 00 a. M., 4 15 p. A p. M., Lon Ishille exp Reaa. Virnia Marotia a Cincinnati a. M., 4 19 p. 8 00 p. M., Chicago and Terra haute night Kex Presa. Little Miami 00 a. A. 4 15 p. A. In an p. Cincinnati. Marietta 4 from Saat i ii bin rim pm a a. A m. Jul Ninati. Wll Hinton a from Eft Lafront hero Demit 0 4 a p. Cincinnati Bioh mond a Indianapolis 00 a.m., 4 an p. And Ripon Kokomo Looan sport from Cincinnati Hamilton it Dayton depot 0 00 a. Inocal news. Cincinnati Friday april is. The weather waa uncomfortably Cool yester Day. . And mrs. Shank gave their last party for this season at National Hall last evening. The Iron finishers of this City Are about forming a protective Union. Bemi bib the musical festival at Pike s opera Houi e monday evening next. Next saturday evening has been set apart at Wood s theater for the Benefit of or. J. W. Collier. We bespeak for him a the journeymen chair make have completed their organization of a protective Union. The members of the new Jerusalem Church swedenborgian will shortly cent a new Church edifice at a Oost of $50,000. The new Market master and his assistants were sworn into office yesterday morning. In future Uncle Moses will be around. The journeymen Bakers will meet at the Cor Ner of Vine and Mercer streets saturday even ing to take into consideration the propriety demanding increased wages. Daniel ii in was before the police judge yesterday upon a charge of disorderly end not. Daniel was allowed to creep out upon payment of posts. Jaicob. Mclean has in his Possession a Pook which was picked up near the jail a few Days since. As the contents Are valuable to the owner he Oan have the same by calling on or. Mclean. Mr38bs. J. Midar and j. H. Rivers assistant clerks of Tho police court took oath of office yesterday and entered immediately upon the Dos charge of their regular duties a Man named Halpin was attacked on Corner of sixth and Freeman streets yesterday by four ferocious dogs and severely bitten in the left thigh by one of them a terrier. Or. H. Sumo needed in escaping further injury and procuring a double barrel d shot gun shot two of the dogs dead upon the spot Pat Quinlin better known As hoop pole " was fined $10 and costs by judge Lowe yester Day for assaulting a Coffee hous e keeper named George St Benrock on the Corner of sixth Culvert streets several Days since George was a witness against Quinlin on a former Olasion and hence Tho assault. Hent David was fined $2 and costs in police court yesterday for assaulting a named n. Noah. The prosecuting witness stated that defendant slapped him in the causing the Claret to flow profusely. Defend ant made an Appeal to the court in which stated that his grievances were of such a nature As to Render it absolutely necessary for him inflict summary punishment. The Parson who Cut the proceedings of Sickles trial from our bulletin boar yester Day is informed that the daily press is delivered to pity subscribers at the Low rate of cent per week. We profess to be charitable enough to present any gentleman who is ble to Purchase a copy of the press with a num Ber if he will Call at our counting Roo prefer to do this rather than have our bulletin defaced. Georoe Conan a lad apparently about teen years of age plead guilty in the court yesterday to a charge of stealing a and pair of pants of the value of $17. Was sentenced to four months in the county jail at hard labor. He appeared perfectly concerned and received the sentence with smile and nod of the head As much As to thank a charge was also preferred against him of forging an order of the firm Chambers Stevens a co., for an amount clothing. This Oase will be heard saturday. City finances. During the work the yesterday the following sums wore paid the City Treasury on warrants drawn by City auditors watch fund fire department fund police court fund general fund t.122 special ordinances. 6,072 total .s12.s32 the there is remaining in the City Treasury longing to the general fund a 75,m1 watch runic4, interest fund 02,64 Superior court fun fire department fund11.720 Light fund work Houa e Ken Trust fund. To Homison f school fund coloured school fund Totel i. I,.,m.o., i 1174,664 Law report. Common pleas. Paving Muht. Than in can Nelly v. Thrity of Ciul diet. On it k. Hi1i. An notion to Jit Florn 4 or tar. To Treovr in ten we inert for Rev a two Hinr Lryni fort if Ilio Nirla Nylk on the Rit in Tiff or Lorn Row a Wivo front tront. On the part of i Effta if n that thin was Pri yet pro Prev Hlf in tit d Dlf Lipil i l the Only title the Ralty not vim by Mii Viha new 8h Culm Taftt Liy l ii find use it Lurner Nyblin prop erty and that lie Hal Arf Trot to improve it and a his Luxor on the property owners. Takon Unur Adulte in t. Juff re no mind for it Ultra Boadley for in yell and Punor for the ctr Rahaii. Kahn Emma pro. Tried Bifora and a jury to Racomar for monay Lant and of Oft Pur Chaaw fur defendant. The deform it Norm Parment to Simon Menhir who. U was one Rai Pini Niin having Nim ii int the monay and the payment. Tinea free were examine impeaching the Rera Clyol Meninger and two females who Lloyed in the House of Emma pros deposed that flier new the amounts repaid to him. Verdict for defendant. A Tirillo for plaintiff j p. Mcgee Artrand Jamee Boyle for Direnso. Criminal rms. W. Who ten was held before judge million in an indictment charging the larceny of $s6from j. Floarke. Gaines for the state Matron for defense. Superior court. or o. B. Farrelly a co. Is. The City of Cincinnati. Tho plaintiffs allege that thay Are the licensed proprietors of a line of omnibuses running from main Street to Oor Ryvelle by Way of Vine Street and by neglect of the City to keep in mid order and repair that part of the Highway be tween Mullberry Street and the North line of the City on Venn arc Hill which in january 1m, became so bad that it could lie travelled Only by driving in Andover the gut turn their omnibuses became racked and broken and their horses strained Crip pled and in some instances killed they further alleged that at Valous times they were compelled to abandon a part of their usual route and thus lose a portion of Tho Good i and custom on the was also stated that notice of the condition of the Street was Given to the City. Damages in the sum of i were this Petilon a demurrer was filed claiming that the facts set Forth a cause of Gholson delivered a somewhat lengthened opinion in the Rase. He held that it waa not enough in Audi a care that an incl Vadnal suffer in common with the rest of the Community Hia damage must be Over Ana Weyona Una Only in respect of Sucu special Ami Peculiar damages can he maintain an action. When a common Highway is suffered to become in a foun Drous condition for want of proper repair the injury to the clti7.ens in general is that they can not walk or ride in the same track a before but fur that cause alone no action will lie. The business of Ono Man May require him to pass Over the Highway Dull v. Of another Only vet it Haa never been supposed that Thia dolt Yreneo 111 the degree of the injury was sufficient to make it special and Peculiar. There were Only two classes of Casa in which Tho injuries have been deemed to be special and Peculiar one proceeding from the local position of the plaintiff a where to had a place of Hus incs i a in. Twuni.1 the other class arises from the particular nature of the injury a where a traveler using due and proper irom an obstruction or a elect Negu gently placed or permitted therein i he injury or which Plai Utina complain a the foundation of their action does not fall within either of these classes they May have suffered More severely than thereat of to Public but not in a different was. After the High Way became in Tho re Lonna condition desc relied. It could no longer be prudently and safely need and if Anch la condition and the interruption in its use gave to the pain Tina no ground of action they aurely did not create a claim for damage by continuing to travel with their vehicles and horses. Under these views the demurrer waa and Thompson for plaintiff haves and Dis Ney for the City. Excitement in Bucktown. Mrs. Mary Jones a lady of color resides in that Prol Flo neighbourhood known As and As a Means of support keeps a boarding hous e. Among the boarders in her House is a Dolored German named Stephen Cherry and his better half Anna. Yesterday morning mrs. Jones desiring to attend Market politely requested the company of Stephen which Anna consented and the lost words she to Stephen to use her own language was this now Steve you be Gwine to Market wid Anna Jones. To Dis i has no objections but i wants Yon to do one thing sure. You knows you has been away from Home a Long time and Ever since Dat i be been wantin a Catfish and of has not had do Money to buy one wid. If you will Fotch me one from Market its All right i Sar Tinly will do so Hony responded Steve and away he went greatly elated with the idea of Gratifying the wish of his dearly beloved Anna. Mrs. Jones promised to that Stephen was As Good As Bis word when they arrived in Market they found nary after making other purchases two returned to the boarding House when they Wero Mot by Anna considerably enraged. Pounced upon Stephen with the ferocity of she Tiger. Whar s Dat Catfish Stephen what Tho you did it Motoh to Dat Batfish Stephen explained to Anna Jowdat Derecas no Batfish in de Market but All to no use Anna raved. Mrs. Jones expostulated but to purpose whereupon she sent for a policeman Tho bad Anna arrested and conveyed to the station hous e. Judge Lewe heard Oase yesterday morning and fined Anna Bull dollars and posts for disorderly Pond not. Next monday night. If Yon wish to hold a scene that will live in your memory May be for years and it May be forever next monday night and see from seven Hun dred to a thousand Young ladies and gentlemen and of the intermediate and High schools arranged on seats gradually ascending from the front of the rear of the immense stage of Pike s Hall All prepared to give you a delightful musical entertainment. The Man concealed weapons. By a recent act the Ohio legislature carrying concealed Wear on face is made a finale offence not exceeding $200, or imprisonment in the county jail to exceeding thirty Days for the first offence for the second a Fine of $500, or imprisonment to not More than three months or both at the of the court. A Good idea. Tho capt. Porter of the Steamer Hastings fined $25 and Costa in the police court for faulting a deck Han d named Michael Brennan sir striking him Over the head with a Billet Wood. The Captain plead guilty to the charge Una and entered a plea of provocation. The was of the opinion that the assault was we Warra table and fined him As above stated. A county Man was fleeced by a set of sharper a few evenings since in the Vicinity of the if of new and Sycamore streets. He police knocked Down beat and robbed of about coat dollars together with a Silver watch. He name of the unfortunate victim is George son. He resides near Cheviot. In a we understand that capt. Cromwell has say offered $85,000 for the Broadway hotel erty but the consummation of the Sale has of transpired. The lot measures 110 feet on Broad of Way and 134 feet on Columbia Street. S. Sargeant is the agent. Ending a Man named Jacob Lucky who resided from the seventeenth Ward disappeared rather the seriously a few Days since and has not As been heard from. Fears Are entertained 71 n he has been drowned.211 in m tie of 0v masonic Robert Morris esq., grand of the grand Lodge of Kentucky will 4e be the masonic fraternity at Odd Fellows Newport ky., this evening. X Francis Paine Andain n two persons 4,1u 71 21 Vangle were sent to the pest House yesterday 11 Labouring under that most loathsome Ait Ai 4,34.1 a Tel i3 41 Small to x. 1 15,3706 it 38 Fiji out for Robinson k Lake s 46 Southern circus next monday on the City a Little boy accidentally us Accident. Yesterday afternoon a couple of Small boys named James Smith and Villi no Cordy visited the Jot ads Biuk of Newport Kentucky for Ujj Pii Jiosa of shooting lit a Mark with pistols. " after amusing Trio solves for some Tito they returned to this Sido of the re scr and were met by a lad named Thomas Welch near the month of the Miami canal. Smith at the time Welch came nov had his pistol in his hand which was loaded Witt a Ball. Welch asked Tho privilege of examining it but Smith refused to Grant the game stating that it did not belong to him and that he had no right to allow it to pass from his hands whereupon Welch seized hold of the pistol and in attempt ing to wrest it from Smith s hand it exploded. The Ball entered Welch s forehead and passed to the Back of the head killing him instantly. Smith immediately fled re crossed the River searching his Uncle related to him what he had done. His Uncle advised him to return to the City and give himself up to the proper officers. Smith returned and on his Way to the Hammond Street station met a couple of officers to whom he immediately surrendered. Cordy had been subsequently arrested. As soon As Smith saw his Comrade had been con fined he manfully acquitted Hlin of any participation in the matter whatever. The body of Welch was conveyed to the residence of his parents on Friendship Alley Between Pike and Ludlow when Coroner Carey being sent for summoned a jury who after a careful examination of the ease rendered a verdict of accidental shooting. The two boys were thereupon released from custody. We sincerely Hope this sad and Mclan holy. Affair May be a warning to boys who Are in the habit of using As Well As to parents who permit their children to Harry the same. . And Mas. W. J. Florence who Are great favourites in our City will commence an engagement at Wood s theater on monday evening next. Their sojourn will be very Brief As they proceed at Onoe to new York where they open Wollack s theater for a sum Mer season and we Are informed will shortly after proceed to England to fulfil a round of engagements in that country. We feel confident they will be warmly greeted in this City and that crowded houses will testify to the esteem in which they Are held. Presentation. The members of the inde pendent Guthrie Gray battalion last evening agreeably surprised w. K. Bosley of Belr organization by presenting him with a magnificent full and undress uni form including Epa lets Etc As worn by the to Grays As a Mark of their esteem for the gentlemanly manner in which he has exerted his int Tuesnoe for their welfare. The presenta Tion was made in a neat and pertinent speech by capt. D. A. Enyart and feelingly replied by major Bosley. A it so j. N. Free the Youthful Genius who As a True Martyr hat achieved a Pohitun never yet attained by mortal Man f leaves Tho pity this morning to labor Cincinnatus the farm the coming summer universally conceded to be the wonder of the world original form of mind. He is now satisfied Seo his own insignificance and want of Wisdom. But j. N. Renounce Nolai no. I. 0. 0. F. Tho Fortieth anniversary the the introduction of Odd Fellowship into United states will be celebrated in an approx Pri Tesho manner by Tho brotherhood of Clermont a county at Milford on the 26th inst. A pro cession oration dinner etc., will be the order for of programme. Or. George Gatch s Grove been selected for the occasion. I John Green rather a Green Lookin g specs no men of humanity who Halls from Tho town and Wellsville was before judge Lowe yesterday charged with being drunk and wandering about the the streets. As John a a stranger he was five off upon the payment of $10 and posts. Rehearsal. The Pupil a of the different be schools will have a rehearsal at Woodward Hall it this morning at Tea o Slook preparatory to go grand festival at Pike s Hall on the 18th Antonio pc Wildeb b celebrated troupe pen at Newport on the oth of May Covington on the 10th, and Cincinnati on the 12th,to and 14th. They present a splendid Bill. A ont lexus whose name we could learn had his pocket picked at Tho Little Miami depot last evening of a Wallot con of Taining about $10 in Bank Bill s. The police were instructed last evening not arrest and bring in All parties found carrying and concealed weapons. We suppose the new ill shortly be tested the Kodora Pettit still lies in dangerous situation. Amusements. National theater the new romantic of equestrian drama entitled Wmk Buoh greeted by a Large and fashionable audience court the National last evening. In Wood s to Katib. The audience at this to abolishment last evening was Large and respect Able upon which occasion was presented play of Dombey and son. This evening Bourcicaut s drama entitled Willow Cote was be presented fifty the Charles Dickens in court. On the John ult. A motion for an injunction to restrain Charlos Dickens and we. King from ing a notification of the discontinuance household words Ana the substitution been another periodical was made in the court London by the publishers of prop bold words messes. Bradbury at Evans. Not Large number of literary gentlemen were As Wall As a crowd of printers and a persons interested in the publishing business. As it was shown that the plaintiffs were proprietors his Honor after hearing on both sides gave he would in satisfied if the defendant agreed to insert mys words he had proposed Viz will be Discon yet tinted by me in any future advertisement. That he would not make any order for Cost the assets of the property had been realized Sale. Master Josoph Taggart of Brooklyn n. Y., custody on a charge of poisoning Tho son address mrs. Haas in whose House Haggart Hall it is alleged that an improper intimacy Between mrs. Haas and the accused and boy talked so much that it waa necessary Joseph get him out of the Way. The boy die sunday last. The libel suit of or. Edwin Forrest disease or. N. P. Willis in new York was submitted to the jury on tuesday at half a four they were directed to bring in a sealed great at nine o Elook on wednesday the jury lot. Not agreed. Latest by Telegraph. Reported for press. The Washington tragedy. Trial of Daniel e. Sickles member of Congress from new York charged with the murder of Philip Barton key United states District attorney the prosecution a Battery in Reserve. Judge Crawford s ruling of the Black confession the shield of Many people. George b. Wooldrige s evidence Sickles a stricken Man. The Bidden tear flows not. Vengeance and blood the ourt room a Ifould and Stanton also prove themselves Good representatives of Washington society. The matter of exciting nature ruled out. The waving of handkerchief sworn to by Cuyler Young Bacon and Parker. Testimony of we. Rapley Thos. J. Brown and Jacob Wagner. The lock counsel full of spirit Washington april 14. The court was opened this morning at about the usual hour but did not commence business till half past ten o clock. R it is stated that Tho prosecution was prepared if mrs. Sickles declaration was received to give in Evl once the fact that in january last or. Sickles and a lady not his wife remained during a night at Barnum s hotel in Baltimore. The Register of the hotel was in court for that purpose. It appears however from this Register that there is first the entry of or. Sickles name in his own handwriting then the names of Sev eral other persons and about ten names below the name of mrs. Daniel e. Sickles in a Dif Ferent handwriting neither hers nor his. The preparation shows that if judge Craw Ford had admitted the confession a vast Quan Tity of scandal would have been brought in Tho trial involving persons whose names Are not yet mentioned in the affair. George b. Wooldridge sworn i reside at no 84 twelfth Street in Washington Cauich Here in the latter part of november to be hero at the organization of the House of representatives was a Clork under the Clork of the House knew or. Key at that time never spoke to him but onco or twice. On saturday the 28th of february i was in fifteenth Street from very close to ten o clock till three saw or. Sickles that afternoon Between four and to five o Olock at the . What was at that time his appearance and condition answer when i first wont to him he appeared different from what he had been the Day before he appeared Moro like himself to was in the Ball at the rear of the speaker s Ohair we had a conversation i got him to into a retiring room and there parted with him after attempting to pacify him. He was very in much affected and distressed there was no of with him in that room when i left him saw him no More that Day saw him next morning about ten o clock in the Library of his own House his eyes were bloodshot and red he approached Roe Ana told me he Naa sent Lor me of come there he had been weeping i remained the in the House till nil the strangers had left. Q. What was Hia condition during Tho a. He acted like a Man in great sorrow distrust so much so that i watched for his com ing and going constantly. Q. Why ? or. Carlisle that is not witness there was a strange manner about him every time he came into the room i was to pressed his hands to his temples would go Over to Tho Secretary and sob. Of appeared As if to was in great distress every time these fits come upon him he would Olan his temples and sob and cry so Mueh so i told him to give vent to his tears they would let relieve him sometimes these fits would him before he could get to the Secretary where he went As if the Hido himself and then would Bow Down his head saw key passing opposite Sickles House looking toward it waved his handkerchief several times Sickles the came into the Library where i was and said inst. That villain has passed my House he very much excited attempted to Call him throw me off and turned into the Hall without will Bis Bat that was the last i saw of him till came into the Hauso with the officers. 13th the witness was asked whether he had Mado any communication of an exciting nature or. Sickles at the Capitol. Or. Ould objected and a exciting not ensued Between him and or. Stanton Vocu de the Public prosecutor with being by a thirst for blood and that he hunted Down Tho prisoner to Vong Oance. Or. Ould replied warmly terming Ono of counsel a Bruiser and bully. To or. Stanton responded saying that the Prin Ciple claimed by or. Ould would Lead his client Law to the foot of the Gallows. He had not Honor of or. Ould s acquaintance and his language did not desire to cultivate it. Great sensation and applause from the spectators. He ended by defying or. Ould s remarks. The argument was closed by or. Carlisle after which Tho judge decided that the Dence was not admissible. And John Culver a. E. Youngcha. Bacon was Selby Parker were examined and Lestinea at having seen key waving his . Leapley saw mrs. Sickles and key the Avenue on thursday before the tragedy is the latter showed her a letter which he been Reading. Thomas j. Brown testified to Gotting Wagner to take the lock from the door of assignation hous e. Will Jacob Wagner testified to the Sam court adjourned. During the argument messes. Stun ton Carliflo had a a Sharp rencontre and the26th of the Day were quite spirited. Something More about Cuba. Of Philadelphia april 14. The Ledger s Rolls York correspondent in speaking of revolution reports gives a few facts in a thereto in Tea be says Are Wormy of other fast first on the 28th of March the giga cleared from this port for Havana by joint a bros., a Spanish House. The vessel was counsel to w. H. Riven Smith and there is be reason to believe that she had one Hundred the filibusters on Board and a Liberal Supply and ammunition. Fact second on the Day following the until Mazatlan cleared for Fernandina Florida by j. E. Ward k co. The informant declines be he Diflo in Recard to Tho real character is in this vessel but intimates enough to justify of suspicion that she is a filibuster. Boarded. Fact third the principal partner in the existed of Mora k co., above alluded to is relate the famous filibuster Gen. Go Connia the the of the Cuba Junta. This then establishes to a Dir oot Vonu motion Between the bark Gigon the filibuster interest Bere and goes far strengthen the suspicion that there is against something in the wind. The Spanish minister is in town and is o Olock. Disturbed in reference to these movements. Verdict. The u. S. Marshal is in great tribulation had has set a watch upon a of updo of schooners Anchor off the Battery. Massacre of three Hundred and thirty chinese emigrants. New York april 14. Tho courier Des tents Unis give a Long statement of Tho loss of Tho ship St. Panl and the in Nacro of thres to Havre and was making at the time of her loss a voyage from China to Australia with a Load of chinese emigrants. It was on one no the numerous islands of the Lonis Nde archipelago that the vessel was lost. The wreck took place on the 11th of september but the Pas sengers escaped from this peril. An Engleh vessel was hailed but was too Small to carry away All the unfortunates and three Hundred and thirty were left until word was sent to Sidney and another vessel sent to their Relier. This Relief expedition arrived at the place in december or january and found that of the three Hundred and thirty individuals but one chinaman had been saved All the others having been massacred by the Savages amidst the most frightful tortures. Pennsylvania politics. april 14. The demo Ortla states rights convention adopted resolutions to the following a Tuot that to Are Here to resist every attempt to weaken or overthrow the Creed of the democratic party to unite for the purpose of restoring in ail their vigor and purity truths that have hereto fore made the democracy the conquering organisation which has contributed to the enduring welfare of the Union that this Conven Tion most solemnly declares its warm attach ment to the Union of states to maintain which it pledges All its Powers and for this end it is our duty to oppose every infraction of those principles which constitute the Only basis of that Union Beau so a faithful Observance of Thorn can Only secure its existence and the Publio happiness that we Are bound to regard the administration As having forfeited the Confidence of the people and to denounce it As unworthy of the support of the demo ratio party that the attempt of the administration to disregard the covenant of 1856, and in its Stead exact a despotic test to compel obedience to doctrines subversive of Republican Liberty was the work not of the democratic party but of men who had resolved upon ambitious Pur poses that we endorse the principles of popular executive with the franchises of the people of the states that we repudiate the platform of the convention of March and that no matter what the decision of the supreme court May be on that abstract question still the right of the people to make a slave territory or a free territory is perfect and Complete under the Nebraska Bui. The convention then adjourned Rene die. Nicaragua affairs. New York april 14. The times says that the Senate of Nicaragua had rejected the belly contract on account of the Large land Grant contained in it. Belly had left for Managua and still entertained sanguine Hopes of Success. Tho last accounts Reph that the treaty had been ratified by the Congress at Managua and signed by president Marti Nez with two amendments namely that the United states should not land troops in Noar Agua without the special permission or invitation of the government and that in the Case of the escape of filibusters from the United states the naval forces and troops May be landed for their capture. The latter Olauso seems to neutralize the former. Railroad Accident. Madison april 14. The engine and Bagg age car of the passenger train going North on the Jeffersonville Railroad broke through a Bridge near Amity at three o Olock this morn ing. The Engineer Henry Snipes was in stantly killed and the fireman badly injured. Railroad Accident. Memphis april 14. A train on the missis Sippi Central Road fell through the trestle work the dispatch does not give the locality rep., killing two and wounding eight others. The to names Are not ascertained. The Miami at Dayton. Anil Dayton april 14. The Miami River is very High at this Point owing to the heavy Rains North. It is still rising rapidly and will be As High is it was inst year. River news. Am Pittsboro april 14 m. River eleven to feet three inches. Weather warm and Clear. Arrived new York. Departed Anglo Saxon. St. Louis april 14 m. The River has risen that about a foot at this Point within the last thirty is x hours and is still swelling. The Missouri and take upper streams still reported falling but the Illinois is rising rapidly. The weather turned to very cold last night the Mercury sinking nearly to freezing Point now Clear and warmer. And Louisville april 14 m. River rising fast with nine feet in the canal and six site Steamboat water on the Falls. Weather was he Windy. Mcgoury 55. Pitts i to april 14 p. River eleven to feet six inches by the pier and falling. Weather Clear and Cool. No arrivals or departures since noon. To St. Lotus april 14 p. Tho River has risen ten inches in the lost Twenty fou r hours and is still swelling. Weath Orolean and pleas . The sewing machines sewing machines sewing machines the after sewing machines for for $25, $32, $40, $45, Evi $25, $32, $40, $45, and j1 $219. $0s. $40, $45, in on Helm & cos had Jacob Relsey & co s. The effect. And Call and examine at no. 30 West fourth St. Kat Asente wanted. Address new cuban d. W. Harrington & co., regard api3-bf a Ohms p. O. Box 1631. Mora bark now is the time Tom every sewing machines. Of Money 18 plenty i Brig the River is High by to peaches Are not All killed of the a. C. Kniffin firm has just received a new Supply not of peaches but of to sewing machines and to Ladd Webster & co s office really no. 6 West Foi rt1i Street. Sorely Don t forget to Call and get a circular and Sample of work. Apl2c he at Fec Tai Ter k Wilson architects 8.w v k. Earner fourth and Walnut streets. Apis a

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