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nment from internal taxes is about $18,000,000 a month, or nearly $800,000,000 a year. Its expenses are fifty times that. The keeper of one of the Cincinnati station-houses fell asleep last Sunday night; some passing acamp possessed himself of the keys and liberated all the prisoners. An ingenious Pennsylvanian has invented a machine for coal-mining, which weighs two hundred pounds, costs three hundred dollars, and will do the work of twenty men. Governor Morton, of Indiana, is about to take the stump in New York. Maine papers state that Thomas S. Lang, of Vassalboro', has an order from Emperor Napoleon the Third for four spare of snatched horses. A sting of a honey has caused the death of a young lady of Jamesville, Wisconsin. Two Confederates, charged with being spies, arrived in Boston on Wednesday to commence an imprisonment of five years in Fort Warren. A man in Hagerstown, Indiana, recently ate a snake, and died in consequence the next day.