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Tortlsoment coming nnflar th rifwullng. not et
eedlng Bv HnM, will be Inserted twla for cent.
A OIRL aocmtomed to cooking.
WW A.'ply ' No. 1 1 Wot learl-t.
M ' ANTED A 000PC0OK-Atl Fifih-it.
Also ft boy who can make himself o.lul in
a7 ANTBI-A WOMAN-To wash and iron,
WW at the An-trnltiin Hons, 273 Walnnsj ,
etwen Bixlh and Seventh, nolj-b
A XURSKOIKL AtSlO Bltn-st.
lerlcan, none otuer ueeuappiy.
w. m t iTVlt
IT Uorman or American, none other need
MT A N T K I- A German IJ I i rll to do .
work. Inquire at 13 Wot
Itoom No. 7
-RTTII ATJONS-For ten tiny, ten
ycare old. Country preferred. Inqirro at
JIO Barr-st. non-u-
-wt- t VTKll-A arnn1 'o.,k-. Wnnher and Ironr-r.
WW None but a good, str-tirty girl need apply at
J35 Elm-nt., cornr
r of Mr
V7 A NT It l At
7 Ohio, two good
J. A. SHANNON.
WANTF.1I-T0 THApK-OiM.d Bourbon Whla.
kvf r Knrr-ilnr.. Apply to OalO. 811-1-
VrXL A (X.,75 Third-st, n" h
"m.V A TED 81 XYOrmiWOM BN-To new on
7 "lonkn Apply tothe laly.at room No. 7. at
Mr. WATTS'SBourdlng-homo, 17 West Sixth-it.
-It, nrlvato fim.
Ily. bv a healthy girl who nnlrtunis an
kind of honsework. Apply at me wimimrmj
1irAKTKD-A P A RT N E II W it h tl.ncio cash to
T travel in a pleasant bunlne--', that will pay
S nun in a ih-rt time. Addrcaa, with real name,
l'AKTNER, Preas (llbce. noil b
mm t.l..k wl I nav the
A.ri toORAY. UIMINUBAX A 8110.
0 rJa- rM!Cona-t.
VI.IN'T fil.AS-i For
the hinbn"t market price
WANTI5D-I50,OI0 of Mortiaje Notes and
Bu?l ieai Fapr i by W . H P II 1 1.M PS Real
Eslata, Note ana Bin nmaer, nj too iU.
YVANTRH-A gentleman and hi alfe to occn
WW y a plea-nut front ro"m, with board in a
tirlrato fcmlly. in the West Emi. where thare are
lio other boarder. Call at U17 Main-nt , or nd.
lr M. K. 0 at thin office. nn2 b-
ATKD Men seeking situation at clerks,
ealonmen, book keepers, bar-koepers, p irters,
Itniters, coopers, rareenters, mechanics, lab r"ra,
nd otliera. should apply at the Merchants C le rk
hegistry Oflioo, I'M W alnnt-stroet. HALE UO.
. 19 C )lle?e streot. Ladles
WW and Gentlemen who wish to learn tire art
Writing by a New metnon, in wire weeaa. iu
ter how crippled the band may be, ho guarantees
atlsfaction. Terms moderate.
WW them from ton cents tu JIO, at JOHNSON
fJALLEKT, Ninth and Main. The work is of the
l,ot out-llty. Ambrotypes. Photographs, fcc.to
itraphs and Olltyr-s. We strlTe to pleaee. noll-b
V 1 pfoenre eu..crlbeT for the ' P..ta and
Toetry of the West " Libera terms given to o n
Jb'nt men. Addre.. FOLLKTT, FOSTER 00
WANTKD A prompt and permanent tenant
desires to rent a oomf-rtaMe bone in
tnTth-wnatorn part OI llie my. foi it'' '
ceed flo per montli. Addresa B0OK-K.KKFJ.lt,
WANTED Eey body who can not keep
warm, to come and see my stock or tom
fnrts and Blankets, the cheapest and best In
limrket, at U. 0. STEVENS'S new Upholstery, 'i53
"Walnut lt., between Sixth and Seventh. no9 f
vriwfpvn-A n 1 R L-To do a-eneral honso-
WW -r atii.t hrinir the best of city reter-
nce from those she has worked for. Call Imms.
diatelyat ISO West Fifth-it., near the corner
Bare, up stairs, uooa wagea w a guro ""'V
-FIVE CENTS-You can get
WW turia at front live cents to Sl'iO at COWAN'S
Picture Gallery, !i West Fifth st. Pictures
Inrge gilt frames, beautifully colored, f-'rm-irly
for II Sixe and atvle can be seen at the
Every Picture warranted to suit. nnU-D
"ANTED The ladioa all to bear in mind
the utriest and cheapest assortment of
Misea' Hats, Ribbons, Feather, or any
eif Millinery GoihIs, Cbiaks. etc , is at tho Original
'heap Millinery Btoro, 18 ,reJt Flltu-st
types you ever read about,
bo bad at API I-KO AT KB itiammoiD insnns.
ut. corner of Fifth and Mam-ata. Correct
neaseB oi bwi iwh.
v lalnot pee,
All the rest of the
t have it taken by the mammoth camera
icai.iniTlln new Gallery. '2. 4. U and 8
t , commencing at Filth and Main. Correct
from nlna oentitol&i flvo-oent pictures
ibrown in. n0';-1'
tti ANTED At the Employment Office,
WW lhird-at., near Vine, op staire, a young
lor country itre. one aaslstant book-keeper,
porter, one teacher, one traveling agent.
Seeking aituatlons as clerks, aaleauien, etc.,
;,,p!y ,t the office. 73 Thlrd-st. nolZ-b
mw- AminnavnVjllTNa M RN With small
WW Ital, will find pleasav.t and proBtiible
In circulating the publications ol
J ourth-st., aeooud floor, to WM. H. BL BT1S
ar OHT Two weeks ago.aTopai Breastpin,
M A one et, mounted heavily with gold.
Jli'der will be rewarded by leaving the same at
t f,ABina,,,n on Hnnilav avenlna.
aLi turulng from tba Episcopal Church, a
VicUirlne. If left at second door cast of uarrard-
'ASS-J ""ubl" muimUwr! hoop.
wr oT-05 REWARD On Sunday morning,
M-d white Pointer, with buff sixiM on ours
liead : answers to the name ot opoi. 10 any
kin, n n,u u,,l,.. rll,er. at 94 Kast
t .next door to the St Charles, will receive
above reward. fnolJ-bl WM.
OST-POCKKT-BOOK In Newport, on
day. a large green leather pocket-book,
. . V. .ln. vm-A .nntftlnlnff V&lllable IMOerB.
tinder will be rewarded by leaving It on Gaoot-st.,
lietween McArthur and Blnggold. noll-f
TOSTCBRTIFltlATie OF 8TO0K-A
J cat for four share of a took in the
aud Harrison Turnpike Company, made to
liunt, Aoril IS, 16a-No. 223-i lost. .Notica
liereby given thai Me subscriber has mads
to the company for a pew cert incate. W
W HITE, Attorney for tho Executors of the
cf Lewis llunt, deceaaed. noA-f
MONDAY, NOVKMBKR 11, AT 6 P. If. ,
For Farkersburg and Marietta.
-TK AMER FANNY McBURNIE, WIT.I,
leave aa auove
noil T. MoBCRNIE, Agent.
AUCTION 8AI.E-BY KELLOOO A Wltb-IAM3-Saiea
rooms U't and i4 East Third,
rlrcrt Pawn Biokers' sale of Unredeemed Pludges.
tin MONDAY MORNING. November 12. at 'JS
o'clock, a stock of flne Gold and Silver WatcBes,
i)iiimonda and Jeaelry of various kinds, Ao
noil A. KELLOGG, Auctioneer.
A..ii,..,.v,.n,u. Nn -A.t P..r .It.-Twil Hun
dred and fifty cases of Boots, Shoea and Bnurans,
.... f.,r ...I, . Wn will soli, on TUK4DAY
lltiKN I NO, November 13, atnineo'clock,a50caes
luelis , boys anu youtll B itooia anu iiiuiiu.:
vomeu's, uiiasea' and children's heel Boots, Ac.
noil Coin, oupy.l
AI TTION HALF BY MORTON A BROTH
ER. Damaged O-ods at Auction at Under
aviib rs' Warehouse, 78, 80 and 81 West Front
at -We will sell, tor account of whom it may con
cern, on MONDAY Ml RMNG, November 12, at
o'clock. Dry Goods, OlotNiog, Carp-td. etc., from
the cargo of steamers I nterchanga and Roao Dug
lata. Iiv order of ln 'erwrlteri.
uoin-btia.M MORTON A BROTHER, Anc'rs.
AIX'TION SALE BY WELLS A MILES
i5 Pearl-st Large and Per.
niptoiy ta o of freh oaouule Ptapie aim nicy
y,,J -t .,eti,. f. r rh On WEDN ESDA
SI (ill M NG, Novamlair 1 1, at nine o'clock, a gonoral
aasori mut ot Slui.lu aud aucy Dry i.o,u.
At mi A lovolej, of llejL'lv.inade tiiotlilnv.
AI MO An Invoice of Furs, coiisistlua of Tic.
toriiiee, run. uiulVs. gloves, to. lOom. copy-1 noil
a T-f.npmN BlI.lt-nrltrilB ORAFF A CO.
' J 1-...I- aud Lot at Auction. Will be sold
n ii r it4ij a v a Ti,:iiN(iii.N. Knv.inlr IV ut S1
c'cl-Kjk, on the premiais, 4:18 Weat Fourth st.,
tweeu Mill aud Stone, a two toiy Frame Home
liine ioowhi, wlili lot 'ih feet front by abjut loo
leup Tt ere are jropt, aide aud b-it-k yiuda,
iriuk wall, with Iron railing, in front, etc.
Terms if bale Oue-tblid rash, bslauco la
v -I two years, wi'b ix por cent, iute.est.
liilo-good and le ro.iiivo !
.JACOB GRAF", Auctioneer,''
p,ll " 18 Eaat Foiylb-st,
A I'CTION WALll-BY JACOB GRAFF
V .. ... ii. i.. L.r.Ln uuA Uimiim.bid A
f uory. lmportou h, , tha V ill r,.th.- W.Uk..!
ti H o'eimk, at 18 Fat tourth-nt , anion which
will I found a laro Angel of ths Resurrection,
k luontiiuent or church, copied from Bona original,
In the Otiurth of Kl Croce, Florence i Flgin;-"
Hope, Grief; Group. Mother and Childroo i Divine
i l.ove. copiefl -roin uanova original, iuouf.o.i
i'aitb, by 4VIII ; Iliaped Monnmeiit d Urn-; large
. as lor gantens and cemstarlea; angel oerenii
plt;U inun laocas origioai i j-;.ii
'. -.1 A .iu.
ty turn, oi nnaii; .iirvipe, Asia, auha.u'i
lea, for garOei ; Madonna of the Rosary, by UnlHta
llatide; tba Immaculate Conception, by Argent!
(Iroups for mantles, In Verde pmto marblal the
.:1u,1IkL.,p i finum af tl.uiiliatMiilM : HercnUMl
1'arnebe : ulaliorately -oarved vaaes, with ngara-haa
die and garland or uower ; oopte or the ceia
Lraled Galiiui Vae ; superb agate Pompeii Cruel
glrgaut Card Reculvara, toa.ei.Uar wllU luaa
' 'nB. Tue "ill b on exblbitlM all day Toeday.
not JACOB GKAlr. Auolionaar.
1- ' i "I
A rHleAM fltb'B SUH.-TMII taTtMlM.
JX. Faury Givourlea, sviuu, i
I. A ..ill., t.ft 1, li.ia eoat at
r 7 A. aUieUALP.4 ,C0 ' Bto.
-v a . fvl
f?OH PAIR-PONT-A (rood riding pony, for
1 tale at tan. Inquire at th stable east side of
Hnmnmrd it., ahoy Third. nria-b
W7SOR HAI F
mj nearly new. and in
1). 1H NT, 197 and 100 Walnnt-t.
WAOON-Covered Upring Wm-w,
food order. Apply too.
Walnut- t. nof
OR fAI B PAR R'oM HXTlTKE9-Cli
for cash, at No. 4ft1 Hyi-iuuore-at , D.-tien
Inquire n the
FOIL HAI.K OR LKASK-IWr aire Improved
bind (n nn body, or will divide to suit; i of
It Inv plmdid for fruit. Apply to C. 1. l-otirs,
70 Third-t. noll-b
OR PAI.K-KNOINKB-Two more .f Palm,
er's celebrated Portable Engine-r-even-hnrae
power arli. Knponr-e for fnol, fort? ci-nts per dsy.
Arpiyat PALMK.H'S rmnpand Portable Knglne
W,rk, cor. Tblrd and Hlnmi Canal. no3-h
I7OH BAIK Three tlnee-ttory Brick Housea
1 on Seventh-! b-low Mnnione do. do. on
"wenlh-st., between Cutter and I.lnn i one do. on
PcTenth-t., Ix tween Smith and .lolin i four do. on
lire-clt-ft J three do. on Nlnth-H. i three do. on
I fnaworth-i-t. 1 fotir two-ptory Brick ilnti. on
Wodc-iit. ; two do o Klgbth at., belf.w Cutter;
two do on Fine lit. ; two do. on Lam el at. ; two
Frame Tlnii-fi on Rlltei hoiiie-t ; two do. o i Ac
erpirnilntion-t. ; a flne t.ul'i' property on Svca
moie t.t do on Vlne-Kt do. on Fifth-j-t I two
fn'enlld heaiilencaa. with revernl acre of bind to
encb.nt Anr dale : ti"t on Monnt Anlinrn ; a tine
ltiillilir.lt l ot on Bcyenth-at., between Uutter and
l.inn. ronh iideron do. on Wctern-row. rn-i-nlff
lliniiiBh to ProvMence st ; one do. on potta
t l,ot o by fit on IlamiltoTi-road. neir Mohijw
llrl-lre ; two tfnacre I,ota, 'A mib fnm tba city;
fr nr acrt." on the Beadln-road, adjcinln the cor
poratlnn line : l acre In Clifton ; bealdea H-maei
an-' I-'-t- In olber parhi of the city. I frin. 0-iuary
Fea1, etc.. Apply to GEO. H. SnOTWEOL, 75
Went Thlrd-at. . no P
a? water in each itory. Apply at 313 Broadway
IJif R RKNT-
R'JOMS-Hiiitable f .r meclmnicaj
-ROOM A pleanant, furnished
imcan be had within fly squares of the I'oat-
offlce, by addrersing bVCAMOKE, at this olnco.
R corner of Fifth and
Inquire of H. V. HORTON, Apollo
ESOR HUNT-A FINE
aV Apollo Billinincs, Jl.
FOR KKNT-llrsE-A three-story Brick
House, rontnlnlpg thirteen rooms, ball, bath
and gw; hns iiist been pulnted and papered tlirouith
out, iinii will bo rai tid low to a prompt paving
tenant. Address A. 11.. ot this office. noll-b
cA.ir.l.DV l,v tl, e nicbt. month or year, lnouire
Kn, at uuiou a air i-vu "
of A. J. K17.KH
ware, at the corner.
TsnR 1IENT A new lo-any urica ntauia,
W ...i.u f..nm .i.tl...nv,m fur two erriafres
the conyenloncea-elttiafed on the west side
Broadway, between Fourth and Fifth-sta. Apply
at 47 East Front-st. n"l"
OR KFNT-To wlectCitillonPartloe, a Hall,
36 bv 2(1 feet. Will furnish Buppor, ir
The Hall will be kent nnnng tne winter
for such parties. Location, West Fourth-st. . i n
nrlvate house. Address O., Press Office. noo-f
IJOH HFNT-A GOOD BRICK IIOUSE-Con-1
taining fourteen rooms, with out; bouse
garden attached, situated on River-road, about
hundred yards below Two-mile Houee. Apply to
MENKEN ft SONS, 04 West Fifth-t., between
Waltintand Vine. . ... Do7-tt
OAKDINO A plcasflst, unfurnished
with boatd, at 170 Fifth-st
-Families and single gentlemen
inted. by ai.nlvlng at 61 Eaat Fourth-st. noll-b
enn obtain no! room, fcewiy pauoicu
YIOAKIIING A nnmner or single geniiaen
. .. t.a ermmorlnted with boarding at
Walnut-at , between Fifth ad Sixth. . no6
noionivri.v I TIKHNEY. W Third-
M S at., eaat 'of Broadway. Permanent andtran-
BOARDIIS'O-Tbree or four gentlemen can
accommodated with pleasant, fun ished
rooms, with or Wlllioni ooaru.
Third at. Terms moderate.
Apply at 190
i . n ., , 1 m . n . .1 ,1 1ml v.
MM lew single gentlemon, can be accommodated
with beard and pleasant rooms; also, a row
boar-lora, at H7 Pike-at. """-P
ivitiii ii vja A on, ill,. iim ii and wife also
M.9 erul Btudenta can be accommodated with
board at No. 138 Bycamore-t.,
Fourth anu t inn.
OAR DING-A lady and gentleman ean i
with a pieai-ant room and
board : aleo two or three single gentlemen.
at 219 Weat Fifth-t., stone-front bnildinr,
Plum. Terms 13 per week. '-
South-west Corner Main and Fourth-ste.
ajrer Clocks and Watchea repaired by experienced
HE CINCINNATI WEEB.LY
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' 1 Is published
- From Uui offloe of ths Daily Preaa,
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To euoonrag tb formatloa of Clubs,
PAPERS will be sent to on address for
DOLL ABB, and a greater number in that
THE WEEKLY PRESS la a complete
Journal, second, In tho merit and variety
contents, to BO paper la the country.
the low price at which it is offered,
Cluha, Is expected to gin It a large
both North and South.
O. E. NEWTON, M.
OFFICE NO. 90 WESTSEYENTn-W,
between Vln and Rao. Boldenoa
WaatSeventh-slreet.betwoeu Vlueaad Raca.
hour 7 to It A. af .i 1 to Hi P. M.l 1 to
Ur. WM, F",, THOMPBONi
N. J3a Vlno-otroot,
selo-ay OpposiU Wealeyaa Femal
tBnoossaor to JUowltoa A Taft,)
HaTQ. B WEST J-OVRTn-HTRBKT,
iv TWEEE W ALall i' and 1 N H,
:VILLIAM M IIUPTTEBLs
U Ml -X A.O JL ,
' 1 i ' a V1NK-HTI
mXTlLMAin D1KNKY ATT4UtIKV.AT
THE DAILY PRESS.
BOARDING. City News.
i i - - - -
MiTMoRni.ofiicAL Obht By HeBry
Ware. Optician, Norember 11.
(Tr,ori. Banrnrttr. . Tanniatder.
T A .. i - ' Above aero M
It ......-. 1 ' A bora aero M
T. M ...............-.. 31 Above ero-61
Miina Nomb. We want Nob. 26 and
76 of Vol. Ill to complete our files. We will
piy twenty-five centa each for the above
Relioiotjs An nivbr3art. The twelfth an
niverpary of the Young Men's Christian As
snriation will be hold at Trinity Church, on
Ninth-street, near Rnce, to-morrow evening.
Adams's Express Company. We continue
to be indebted to Adams'j Express Company
for valuable fiivore in the form of the latest
Eastern and other papers, for which they
have our daily thanks.
railroad Orrics FOR Kg NT. A woll-
Tcntilnlcd, pleasant room, on the first floor
of the Daily Purrs building, suitable for
railroad or insurance oflico. Apply at the
Piikss Counting-room, Vine-street, opposite
-. m t
Death op Antonio Ferrari. Antonio
Fe.rrn.ti, tho Itnlinn who was stabbed on
Uroadway., a few nights since, expired about
eleven o'clock last night. Scallcy and
Wright, charged with committing the mur
der, will be examined on Friday next. '
In the last number ot the New York Bwlyet
of Fun, there is a most admirable portrait of
ttio Commander-in-Chief of the Cincinnati
Wide-awake Brigade, in full costume, re-
ealia and naraphernalia. Wnetnerwe uite-
ft - - . . l ! .1 1 .. 1 la mn-A
nes was iinennoaui ur auciucuim,
than we can tell ; if it was the former, it is
splendid ; if the latte', magu.ficent.
Gocsy for December. S. N. Lewis, at
No. 28 West Sixth-street, has received this
Tinmilnr mnrnzine for December. It H tne
most attractive number of the volume, and
nnrtiptiliirlv worthv the attention of our
lady readers, for its interesting summary
tue latest, European anu American, iubuiuud.
WariflnNER'a OvSTERS FoRKVER. The peO'
pie, we think, are becoming mora and more
convince", every uay, tuni iisgirei,
Isnots. No. 56 Sixth strcot and 203 Central-
avenue, above Fifth, sells the finest, fattest,
freshest oysters in the city. Scarcely a day
passes without we hear some one praising
Waggoner's oysters. If you would laugh
ml oron fat. buv cood ovsters, buy the best,
buy only of Waggoner, and you will never
buy any-where else.
Census of the City. From present indi
cations, the citv census will Bhow a popu
lation, within the corporate limits, of about
200,000; and if so, it will certainly be
duty of the census bureau to correct
J . . , . . i4 Hr 1. !
figures now in xne aepanmenv i vviuiuiuij
nn that io.nno nf our nomilatlol mar
, l . r 1 .' . ,1 !n V.a amtnrliAnmnnt
OB UllllUtUIBCIA IU .uw ;t w ...
representatives, as the deduction-of
number might have the effect to deprive
Stat of one memDer oi uongreBs.
" ' .
TCBK, , .
ratio, . .
Rvmnathv is the ambrosia of the soul!
They who partake of Sympathy become
the deities of Earth. Deprived of it,
Hybla grows ft hortus siccus of regret.
fSomnathv is the nriceless nearl in
coronet of Lifo, Whose rays illume the depths
if tho mnst ahndowed heart.
Existence, with Sympathy, approaches
Ideal, and echoes with the music primal
VatnrA tAtirjrht- .. -
Subtle and mysterious is Sympathy,
while all feel, none can explain, its laws.'-
It ia ih nntent marician that transforms
the basest metals into gold; that out of
frowning rock bids the life-giving
Through boundless space and fortune
goes. Sympathy; rending, like lightning,
the crag of circumstance. Where
fail, it conquers; and at its touch e'en
lid pnnt iva with hia dreadful arms.
Sympathy, so rare, so beautiful, is
the world to have; and yet no toil nor
is rewarded ty its gain. ...
Tf it rr,mea It. cnmcs nnasked-for
unsought, like starlight end the breath
Mowers. ' .... ,
fin RvmnnthT are based tne temples oi
ivr, nrl rAatleR of our peace. On
foundation, storm and strife may rage,
can not barm.
Against the cuirass Sympathy puts
the shaft of prejudice and sword of
strike innoxious. Through warring
moves uninjured: It bears the charmed
no weapon can ever wound.
But not in war nor Btrife is Sympathy
required or found. . -
There 'passion and brutality perform
part, and aught so gentle and so pure
Synsaiathy has no vocation mid the
din. ' ' " ' "
Beneath the palm of peace dwells
and only breathes within its
Alas, that, in this lower sphere,
man deeds iff unto him deniedl
The rruit on wmcn nis spirit leeus
far above his head, and when he
drink from the clear pool, bis tated foot
the surrounding soil, and stains
limpid waters he desired.
The fi uit and pool together symbolize
Sympathy. -the heart requires in this
world; and, like to them, an
rlnaLinv vouchsafes it but to few.
Indeed, it may be, few need sympathy,
they tns nigner natures ot our race.,..
The many, the no-thinkers and the
face-Seers, the echoers of the last-spoken
word, have wants material, and. these
ttiavnid of their noor life is filled.
Sympathy is oft man's gnardian-angel:
hedge him from evil, and snatches him
The thousands that in duncreons lie.
perish by the murderous law, are victims
tne circumstance wnere oympamy was
Thev who. devoid of mutual
beget their kind are criminals, and
tiinmaelves in the worst furms. '
Thoughtless of all the dearest interests
tueir souls, tney leave to lute ana w
ture, tnose who never can mow peace.
Their otf surinir atruirale with au
that every where defeats their purpose,
defrauds them of their will.
They who appear the monsters of
kind, from whom humanity retreats,
tenderness is driven, are what they
sweet Sympathy stood never
trial and temptation's hour.
Had the good angel smiled upon
hopes, they would have trod the
paths, and breathed the higher
that circumvents the mountains of the
Behold the anxious-eyed and pale-lipped
children there, seeking in vain for
from natures kindred in blood alone.
A single common throb, a mutual
of the heart, and their nn written
would be chanced. '
But, nol ' I'm not for them.,
Tbey are feeding on their truest
and from the horrid, feast, paychal
No. 1 0'JJ
I P. M.
and death must soon or I Alt arine. ' '
Ah! Sympatbyl we well nay call thee all
divirie, for thou alone perforruest miracles.
Thou only makest roses on the thistle
blnom: cnnverte9t water into wine. -
Thine is the golden key that opeaeth every
true, congenial heart. ,
There are no mysteries to thee and thine.
A word, a glance, and the mere stranger is
the brother and the friend.
No need of explanation nor recounting
then. Thy other self U with thee who bung
upon thy arm through all the past Eternity.
Trust Sympathy for aye: it 'never caa de
for in it is the oracle of tho,
Thi Coto Yuta or Nobth Oaaoiiiia.
The total number of bales of cotton raised in
North Carolina, for the year ending August
91, . 1&60, was 182,907, valued at 9,0ou,0lW.
This Is twenty-five per cent, ahead of any
former year. Next year's erup U expected
in reach 200.000 bales. Tbis is considered a
remorknble vleld for the CQtton Jatids of the
I U'd 0UAt State, , ; ,;, , f
1 J t.ia iAb.aM9 rV UI 1 i
Passion, Lunacy, Sin and Death—Jonnubial
and Free—Love Troubles of an Aged
Millionaire—An Unchaste Fortune—Huntress
Thwarted by the Law—a Strange
Melo-Drama Closes in a Mad-House.
Rome ten years since, a weilthy merchant,
of Boston, retired to the classic region of the
White Mountain, to enjoy, during his de
clining years, the traiot he so much neclod,
after having lived two-thirds of ao-nlury
among the busy marts of a crowded city;
and daring which period he had seldom
permitted himself to go on a pleasure-excursion
beyond the boulevards of the Athens
of America. But having acquired, not a
competence merely, but a fortune that would
entitle bin to a position among millionaires,
he hoped to find that happiness In retire
ment, which he had vainly sought amid the
roiyy rounds of business, and the monotony
of mercantile life.
Nor, judging from the surface, were his
hopes ill-grounded. Having passed his
sixtj-fjlth year, he wasajiparently out of th
tenrh ol those youthltil follies which so fre
quently luin yonrgcr men not protected by
active employment. His health was much
better than that of most men of his age; his
cnnrlur t hud always been exemplary, and he
was rot required to spent! tne latter nan oi
bis lilts in atoning tor tne iraiiura ui ins
youth. Ilia wife, to whom lie nna been
mined lor more man ainr tear.-, sun nvu
to cheer him, and his children were all hap
pily settled around bira. The spot he had
f-lmgf n for his retirement was peculiarly
Hdnpted to gratify ing every legitimate desire.
'1 tie c flSfuc scenery, tne peiiuciu mira anu
rivers, the noble forests, combined to gratify
the senses. His home was decorated with
every thins- beautiful and pleasing that
- . .. . . . ... i
cultivated lancy couia suggest, ms grounus
and gardens were such as novelists delight
to describe, and artists to paint; in a word.
all thines around lum oom in nature ana
art were all that any rational mind could
But in this paradise the serpent entered,
He who had successfully resisted all the
temptations of the city, who had happily
overcome all the follies of youth, fell like
shattered citadel, when tue danger was ap
. . v . , , , .
it Is unnecessary to relate uie iniiuner
which the temptress wound herself into the
old man's heart, after sixty-eight winters
bod passed over him; but, so she did, and
consented to leave home, friends, relatives,
wife, and fly, with the greater part of
fortune, to the West. Arriving in Cincin
nati, he and his paramour, a beautiful girl
nineteen, took rooms in a retired quarter
the citv, where tney uvea, ununown to
world, for about two years, when the
man. who had been rendered miseraole
is new life, was made still more wretched
by the intelligence of the death of his
heart-broken wife. His sorrow,
compunctions oi conscience, me promptings
of his better nature, howover, were of
avail to disenthrall him from the subtle
of the serpent vice that had hrmly nxed
His paramour has, np to this time, ap
parently used every exertion to render
happy, sne was playing ior an enormous
atnke the old man s fortune and she hoped
by kindness to induce him to settle
crealer portion oi it upon tier, w mo
. c i. : 1 .1 Mn- bis
ClUblUU Ui UI3VUI1U1CU, " ... n
was no more, Bhe was determined, at
to place herself in a position to command
that wmcn sne naa uopeu to wiu uj
She therefore represented to
that as all obstacles to their legal union
been removed, their transgression might
blotted out by a legal marriage, wmcn
xnt tne amottioiis unuu nun iwieu u
ber husband to settle his estate
her, and hoping that she might, by coercion,
compel nim to ao so, sne cnangeu uio
line ol ner conauct, ana was asstuuiuua
to Tender him wretched, as sne naa
been solicitous for his happiness, until
sunk beneath the weight of his cares,
his once well-balanced mind gave indications
At this juncture, she applied for a divorce,
having been told by a legal adviser that
could by that proceeding at once come
possession of one-third of the estate,
waiting for the old man's death; and as
portion was sufficient to render her
, , . . - , . i. -
Sne . unnesiiuunKiy uiuue iuu
The Court, however, on learning the
granted ber nothing but a life annuity
$300 and the bill of separation, thereby
defeating her aspirations
But she was not thus to be thwarted,
immediately offered to be reconciled to
former husband, and. once more united
She was, however, too late. His
hnrt left him. and he was taken to the
tic A 3y lum, near tuts cuy, w ucre uo
... . . , i r 11...:
until last wees, wneo. sue urnus upiiuijouuu
to the Probate Court for a writ of
wrciu. and. in accordance with it, he
brought out, wun a view ot irjiug mo
lion oi nis BHDiiy.
W hen taken into vonrt, he declaredhis
iDeiief 8 to be remarried to his faithless
and even maniiestea some anxiety
subject: but the aberrations of his
were too apparent to admit of his
end he was remanded to Longview,
he still remains. What course our
will next nursue. We have no means of
inc.! hut the probability is. that she will
relinquish her exertions, while any
guccess, However aisutnt, remums,
cause near in
To On Editor, 4' la Xlai'v Prtn:
In renlv to a note in yonr Sunday's
from Mr. Wm. Wilson McGrew, it is
for us to say we did not deny mat
very cood facilities for obtaining the
time, and that he may have the monopoly
the Ciucinnau Observatory lor mat
lie may have a "magnetic sideral
"adjusted at Greenwich Observatory;"
sulted daily by the astronomer,"
ly hia father to the Observatory, as
humble gift to science." This is all
well, and it was a commendable act
father to make tnat "gut to science,'
sounds very pretty. A good many
bold stock in the Cincinnati Observatory,
our "bumble gift to science,'' and not
are of the ooiuion "that iu success
quite come up to the lofty and
uuinse vi hajv t u wj aw.
What the public, iust now, have a
particular interest in, is to know where
can get the correct time, and this is the
which in a short note a few days since
endeavored to communicate, by telling
that one Mr. lioerner, a gentleman
mechanical and no little scienti&c
iu what relates to his profession,
invented an instrument for time-
is true, it is not "sidebbal," nor
nor an "bumble gift to science,"
it will tell when tbe sun is on tbe
and enables him to keep his clock
besides, it is of Cincinnati invention
construction, and has received the
mendatioua of gentlemen fully
It may be proper for us to say
never should have disturbed Mr.
prettige of being the only party In
who could furnish the time, earned as
by tliat "humble gift," but that he
spile of all his facilities, permitted his
to get something more
minutes too fast, and aa he furnishes
for some of our railways, we are
that when the blind lead tne mina tuey go
into the ditch together, and there was no
telling but if permitted to go on much
lurllter, we migni oe runurnir our nuui uj
China time, verifying what the poet says of
thtr'telegraphio meeaoge. they might gut to
their destination an hour before they started.
In conclusion we will say, that as our in
strument was not obtuined through the
throes of an ocean voyage, but is a native,
it is no monopoly, and we shall cheerfully
give to any of our brother watch-maker
the time, or, they con visit the instrument,
chronometer in hand, asd get it for them
selves: and should Mr. McGrew, at any
futore time, find his "sidereal" leading him
on too fact- be is welcome to the us of our
American instrument for ascertaining the
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The' St. Louis papers continue to be dis
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mending tbe bungling work of the United
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The object of Ihe smther of thta work has been
nirntak In en xoaderaU-iiied volum all that la I
. . . . ik. mtnAmtt Aa -nl r man tba I
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reading tho elasirleal ftraek gather; In tho ao-
coinplisbm or wbia ao appears i sin oe.B
succassful. 1 ho publisher have issued th book In
good stylo of Wndlng, print, and paper. ( .
WILL HE FTND II E E ? A Romanes of New York
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tki. .tor, aa mtaht be expoctoil from Its title. Is
one of slavery and freedom. Tare heroine w laisoty
claimed as a Slay, and th VHtisltnde the on-
oonnters In conqnnce, make np th leading inci
dents of tho story, which I dramatlo in it eon
strwdion, with several of IU oliaraeters natural and
BIO NIGHT CAPS and" IANNY'8 NIGHT CAPS.
Ham ns aoove.
Two littlo volumes for th little folks, tolling
pleasant storle In familiar style, and conveying a
proper mora! mMm mm mmm
fSpeclally Written for th Cincinnati Puis and
- mue monaay.j
Motto for an undertaker "From grave
to gay." . t; . , '
Women's consciences must be charita
blethey give so freely. , .m-.
The only person who holds men in
breathless suspense the hangman. , ';
The protecting deity of Allopathists
The Pope of Rome is likely soon to be a
roam of rope.
The most necessary checker in the game
of life the ex-chequer,
Persons who make artesian- wells must
consider life a great bore,
Pin-money Is often a sharp pia in a hus
The altar of a husband's happiness is
raised only upon the tomb of his wile,
The Sonth's worst solution for their
present political difllculties dis-solution.
Women often owe their reputation more
to their homeliness than to thoir modesty,
If we could see ourselves as. others see
us, how fearfully the number of suicides
would be increased i
. In not a prima donna responsible to the
law for uttering raised notesf e sup
pose she is to the law of music,
With all Job's afflictions, physicians
must envy him; he was so. blessed with pa
Appropriate expression for a husband
whose wife has presented him with twins
What is the difference between Jupiter'
wife and the Pope of Borne? She is Jn-no,
and he is no Jew.
Convince a woman yon love her and
she will foririve in you any thing bnt tell
ing her the truth.
Marriage (practically considered)
life-long contract to pay a disagreeable
woman s debts.
When a man secretly endeavors to elicit
something from his relatives, what vegetable
does he resemble? The pump-kin.
If a dog desired to show his character,
what would be attempt? To bark-a-role
The most unpardonable thing a man
do in society is to express what every
secretly thinks, but endeavors to conceal.
Every man, it is often said, has a right
tn ornrnss anv opinion. So he has
game right that the person to whom it
expressed, if offensive, has to knock
The Ohio, opposite this port, came to
stand night before last, and was slowly
swelling yesterday and lost evening, the
fect ot tne recent rains in inn nuiuivj
above. The channel-depth at this
was over twenty-six feet, and between
and the montli there was an ampie supply
water for large and well-laden Doais
nd weu-iaaen Doais.
As usual on Sunday, the Landing
nearly deserted yesterday, so far as business
movement was concerned; but a good
of freight was on the w narr, wnton
crowded wun steamers, r mi,uui
more freely, and this week will probably
show ' more activity in shipments.
remain firm. .
The weather yesterday was bright
fine, just cool enough to P pleasant and
Saturday's St. Louis Republican observes:
Tbe river tier wa stationary yenterday.
are six fet-t in the chan nl out to Cairo, and
ten feet between Cairo aad Uempbis.
The Ohio Hiver is in (ood order, still swelling.
Th Illinois stiver is rising; from I-anulle to
month, w ith three feet full In tb ohaunel.
I'pper Miwiippl is reported atationary, with
feet on tbe Upper and three feet soant on the
Haniii. Below Keoknk there are three feet
In the channel. At Keokuk there wer alms ol
river rieing when the Die Vernon leit. There
been a great deal of rain in that quarter.
The Miaannri Biver is very lew and fulling.
are three feet and a half scant in the channel.
Tee weather Continues oold and nnpleaaant.
kvee and streets are muddy, and business on
landing Is very dull. ,
Arrivals yesterday were the Des Moines City,
Upper Mlssiselepi; Pi Vernon and Sucker
from Keokuk; John U. Dickey and Poet Boy,
Heropbi; City of Alton and David Tatum, from
and Crescent City, from Mow Orleans.
Friday's Memphis papers state r
The Mississippi River at this point had risen
inches in the twenty-four hour ending at
ymterday. There in sufficient water heuc to
Orleans for the largest sixtd boats.
The weather yemerday was in keeping with
business, heavy and gloomy. Business on tho
was dull. There is ne cotton lu sight for
want it, and very little doing. .
Cumberland River is falling at Nashville,
with six feet water on Harpeth
White River is stationary. It is said
muddy water is running tnrongn
River Cut-off, out of the Arkansas, which
the only semblance ot a rise reported,
iTidaj ftew urieans uaies say:
Th wetar resterday was " mixed," w lib a
amount of rain-water put in as on of tb
Business, in consequence, was dull on the
1 hi- arrivals were few, aud several of the
advertised tJ leave laid over uutil this evening.
Town- ball. A match game of town-ball
was played in this city, ou Saturday after
noon last, between the Union and Seventy
six ' Clubs, which resulted in favor of the
latter, by eight innings. Union, forty-two;
Improvement. We notice that thi city
is being ornamented with several new
buildings, some for mechanical purposes,
and others for private residences. We design,
iu a few dujs, to notice them more par
Latest raoaf TBI GniAT Eastern Dis
couraging JVoiiectt of the Sea-Momter. The
Board of Directors of the Great Eastern
Company have just published a report, in
which they justity tue course tney uave
taken in recommending the postponement
of Atlantic trips by the monster ship. They
State mat tue latter, uunug tier mi iu tun
various American ports, was riaited by 100,
eOO persons, her receipts amounting to $75,
000. This sum has defrayed the expenses of
tbe ship; but an additional outlay of (40,000
must be made before the ship can be got
ready for Bteady work. A further sum of
$90,000 being still due on the cost of c in
struction of the mammoth of the sea, the
Directors regard the prospects of the under
taking M being extremely discouraging,
- r ,
r 1 WicaiaaiPPl JnilMMlL tV FaVOBT 0 8l-
nums Tha Miautinvian. the organ of
th taie-riuht. party of Mississippi, ho
rfortJcsi andT a BoeclTCo:
0n, on account of the election
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NEWPORT NEWS. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
SUNDAT KTKJUNO DISPATCHES.
IMTORTAKT f ROM THE &0UTII.
Secession Feeling Culminating
Bentli Carolina Passes the Convention
Senator Chestnut, of South Car eliaa,
nd Toombs, of Georgia, Tender
THE LEGISLATURE OF GEORGIA POSTPONES THE
ELECTION OF SENATOR IVERSON'S SUCCESSOR.
South Carolina to Raise Ten
PROCEEDINGS OF LEGISLATURES OF
GEORGIA AND BOCTH CAROLINA.
Yancey makes a speechi
i . , .
Intense Enthusiasm and Excitement
Throughout the South.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE.
nnt.niiitii. S. C. November 10. In the
Hovsc. to-dav. the Speaker announced the
reception of a communication from Senator
Chestnut, resigning his seat as United States
Senator from South Carolina.
Mr. Whaley ottered a resolution tnai tne
resignation be accepted, and that what un
der other circumstances would be regarded
as a regret, is now recognized as an act of
loyal devotion to ooiun uaronna.
Mr. De Gaussure made a report from the
Committee on Ways and Means, recom
mending a bill providing for the postpone
ment of the operation of the act requiring
banks to have one-tniro in goia ana snver
to two-thirds of their issue. The bill was
The necessity lor prompt action tor tne
relief of the banks was strongly urged.
Expresses are daily bringing bills from the
surrounding States, and demands for specie
are daily made. '
M. Aldrich made a report from the Com
mittee on Federal Relations, makinz
amendments to the Senate bill calling a
convention of the people, by substituting
the 6th day of December for the 6th of
.Tnniiarv. as the dav of election, and the
17th of December instead of the 10th of
January, as the day of meeting of the Con
Mr. Black, of York County, opposed the
amendment. ; tie wanted more time to can
vra the Senate bills.
M. Thompson, of Union County, said the
agriculturalists in the upper country wanted
more time. The resolutions adopted by the
Charleston meeting were submitted to the
II mi BP.
The House then went into Committee
the Whole on the report ot the Federal Uom
mittee. and a discussion ensued on report
the Question. "Shall the bill for calling the
convention pass as amended and be sent
the Senate," was then taken by the ayes and
noes, when the bill was passed unanimously,
by a vote of 117, every member present vot
ing in the affirmative.
The Senate met at seven o'clock in
evening to consider the amendments of
House to tho bill calling a convention of
people. Forty-one Senators were present
and all voted aye: so the bill passed
amended providing for the election of delegates
on the 6lh of December and the meeU
lno- of the convention on the 17th,
Mr. Simonton offered a resolution that th
Governor be empowered to raise 10,000 vol
unteers. It will be considered on Monday,
SECESSION MEETING AT AUGUSTA, GA.
AnnrtHTA. Oi.. November 10. A large
meeting, in favor of Southern rights, is being
held this evening. The Savannah reso
lntinn wore nnanimously adopted, with
amendment, declaring it to be the sense
the meeting mat tne oniy remeuy ior j-iin-con's
election was immediate secession.
Amid loud and prolonged cheering, it
vnnvpd and adopted, that the thanks of
t vwAnla of the South are due to the gallant
men of the North, who attempted to
men 01 mo nuiui, uy ..,..,...,,, .v
was back tbe tide 01 iinaucism in me rcveu.
1 - 1
It was further resolved that the meeting
pledges the citizens to submit to an increased
rate of taxation to raise $1,000,000, to
and organise 'the military ot tne ota'
A further resolution adopted
tbe actix, 0( we citizens' meeting
thi altlTiinnn. and declaring that the
lutkms adopted there did not express
! feense of the community.
Colonel Anderson, of Savannah, la
dressing the meeting, decidedly in favor
the immediate action of the South. Intense
It is expected that Georgia, Florida,
Texas and Mississippi will go
coutn tvarouna. i
The newt of Senator Toombs's
wal hailed with great enthusiasm. .
This evening a great crowd of about
of the Congaree Minute-men turned out
marched Sown Main-street with a
display of fire-works. Judge Magrath,
Colcock and Cunningham, addressed
the crowd. Judge Magrath said be
South Carolina would not be in the van
her sister States. He was not there to
to them the right to secede. He said
bad tbe right to secede. Tbe people
she has, the Legislature says she has,
Heaven will say she has the right, and
the Government at Washington should
she has not the right, then let them prove
by taking the right away.
Mr. Colcock said that although there
such a large crowd present, he wished to
one more, and that was Mr. Lincoln.
wonld take him by tbe hand, bring him
the nlatform. tell him to look upon
crowd and ask if he ever expected to
the scepter of the President over the
ot that people. Honest Abe would
with downcast eves. "Never."
The Minute-men's meeting adjourned
hearine tbe most excited and
A delegation of ten Minute-men was
pointed to attend the Military Convention
which meets at Milledtreville next week.
The crowd was creatly rejoiced to
that South Carolina had passed the
MASS MEETING AT AUGUSTA, GA.
AratJHTA. Ga November 10. A
meetine- of citizens was held in the
chamber this olternoon, Mayor
Tbe Mayor stated he had received
that iwojuf our citizens bad been
to leave by unauthorized persons. The
was called to consider whether we
protect ourselves by upholding the laws
the preservation of order, or allow an
body of men to take the law,
their own bands. ,
Ulr. John M. Jackson moved mat a
mittee of twenty-one be appointed to
iiam tni.mnAOA. 1 L
- .. 1 , . J . V, I . .V. 1
ine cnairman wisvisu uigmj iw
able and influential committee, who
Retolved: That we live underagovemmeut
of law and order, and it is the bounden
ofewryRood citizen to see that all
are resuecteq anu wrongs speeaiiy
in ine tortus Liruvtucu vjr iw.
"Retolved; That the genius of our
tions furbids the punishment of a
without fair trial by jury. ,
Keialvtii: i nat tue assumption uj
ylduals, however respectable, of any
nnxpra r. DnvBrn mpnt is subversive
f vil liberty, and its tendeacie ratal
wital inprptnf thHCOOimUnitr.
t. ,nuA- That thaexisliuif law
sufficient for th protection of th
atizens; lb. proper course U to ni-ply
LeRW..ture 1 lo amend and
' ' "ja.,..tt '-.! II.
TJnnseal ercltPTnent ime times prevailed
durieg the meeting.- Addreenes were made j
by Cola. Wliaht, Commlnirs, Kane, Hned,
Montgomery, llorotie, Ford and others. The
conservative sentiment prevailed, and the
resolutions were adopted.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE GEORGIA LEGISLATURE.
Maooh. Ga November 10. The Legisla
ture of Georgia, yesWrd&y, refnsed to fix r : 1
. . . - 1 . r:.. 1 cj. u .
cay ior tue election ui umwi uk touwi, r
to succeed Alfred iverson, agreeing to potnv-, .
none the ballot until the action of the State ; 1
is determined. A bill calling a convention . ,
of the people will pass in few days.
Mii-lkpoivillx. Ga.. November 9. Reso-
lntions that the election of Senator be
moved to Monday, the 12tb. and other days,
were proposed. Mr, Harris, of wortn, ta
vored the earliest time. It was well known
who Georgia preferred, and when elected he , r
would Instantly resign if the interests of ;
Georgia and the South required It, Mf. Oli
ver favored the earliest dny. He objected to
keeping candidates here on expense. Mr.
Jones urged tne greatest uuiny. no re
garded the present a time tor deliberation, ,
and they needed all the light that could be
obtained before acting. v ,
A few weeks might develop important
matters that ought to be known berfore the (-'
election. Mr. Spaulding favored the post- ,m
ponement two weeks. He did not believe
in iadorsing, so early, Lincoln's election,
There were measures "more important toother .
Convention. Retaliatory legislation claimed! 1
Precedence over the election of a Senator-,''
r. Seward favored the postponement. He -was
opposed to doing any thing so early to
indicate that Georgia intended to submit to
Lincoln's election. .
Mr. Harris inquired whether Mr. Seward
favored secession of Georgia, so decided in
Convention. He thought Georgia would! '' '
not be sustained by other Southern Sta-tee
by thus indicating her willingness to submit r ,
to Lincoln's election.
He considered it safety, to the Houtb to '
act as a nmt. Mr. JLawton favored tne
utmost delay In the election of Senator. .
There was no necessity of speedy action, as '
Georgia would be represented in tne denote
until the 4th of March. He agreed with 1
Mr. Seward, that so speedy an indication te 1
submit to the election of Lincoln would
place Georgia in antagonism, ioe news,
would be speedily Bent over the country .
that Ueorgia acquiesced in tne election ot
Lincoln. - ' '
Mr. Spaulding moved that tne resolutions
lie on the table fbr the present.' Adopted.
A bill was introduced, neavuy taxing; .
manufactured articles from Massachusetts, .
Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, ,
Michigan, Wrsconsln, and other States la.,
favor of nullifying the Fugitive-slave Law; -
also, tor preventing tne citizens or onenrrimj;
States from sueing in the Courts of Georgia.; '
The Legislature adjourned trom tnaaj".
till Monday. , . , .
WHAT ALABAMA IS DOING.
Mostoomebt, Ala., November 10. The
military companies or ni eny, iuiiy airmen
and equipped, tendered ineir services to me .
Governor. Our citizens are all unaoimou
for disunion. A plan tor secession wui oe,
organized this week. The Government bu--
preme tjoun judges, circuit 0 uupn, uum 01
tne oenutura, anu ia wi i,"o wvugtwau,.-
save one, are for disunion.
n-1 f XI ..I..' 1 - ..'Ii U- rra - r, at aw
cession. but nine-tenths of the country die-
tricts are for disunion. ' ; (
Tbe Minute-men are organiiing, and will
have 30,000 members enrolled by the 1st of
A meeting 01 tne leautng poiuir,iuui uo
State, of all parties, has just been hold, and
resolved to insist on an lmmcuiuio uoif
vent ion. ' .
The citizens endorse tne action 01 ineir
MR. YANCEY MAKES A SPEECH.
IfoVTAOWRRT. Ala.. November 10. Mr.
Yancey is speaking to an enthusiastio crowd
at the Estell Hall.
Later from Mexico.
New Orleans, ,
Termettee. from Vera Cruz on the 7th Inst-
arrived here to-night.
The Juarez Government naa granted an
extension of the Tehauntepec charter. . ,
Okampa had been appointed minister 01
Foreign Affairs, and Mata, Minister of the:.,f
The British Legation has permanently re
tired from Mexico. A portion came by the
The Constitutionalists were still before
The country was in a dreadful state. It
was reported that Miramon proposes to re-- '
sign. J'' ' -"
The British, Prussian and Spanish Minis--ters,
with United States Minister McLano,
' . -r , V. 1.-1, J .U ... .
were at jaiapa. n waj ueueveu
decided at"1. ,. pnntemnlated by them,
Leavenworth, November 1L Complete -, ,
returns from the Territorial election for ;, .
members of tbe House of Representatives, .
show" a large Republican majority in that , ,
body. . , - t;:
Hon. Marcus J. Parrott addressed the. . ,
largest and most enthusiastio, audience eves.:
assembled in this city, last evening, the oc
casion being in honor of Lincoln' election, i .-
The streets were illuminated, salutes fired, - u
and the Wide-awakes paraded with ruil-'I 1
rankB. . iA .! fei-i
Movements of the Philadelphia Republican
PniLAnaLPHil. November 10. An attempt ' 1
to form the Republican Clube, of thi city,
into a potte, for the support of Mr. Lincoln
to the Presidential choir, bas been aeieatea. 1
The Continental Club met last evening, ana
adopted resolution expressing good will to- ' ;
A Ward Club bas adopted resolutions
tendering their services to Mr. Lincoln to-
oppose any attempt of the Miuute-mea of ; '
the South to prevent his inauguration.
Clivelanp, O., November 11. The
schooner J. 8. Drake, owned in Chicago, .
ran into the pier, last night. She carried
the Light-house completely away and sunk
acroae the channel, blocking the harbor en
tirely np. The propeller Cuthmon ran into
the scliooner mnwrry, wnicu waa ivmguu
i ne pro-
the west pier, cutting her in two,
peuer wag suguuy rujuieu,
Meeting of the Minute-men at New
New Orleans. November 10. The Min-
nte-men met this evening, and resolved to .
request the Governor to call a meeting of
tne Legislature, uiue cocnouea '
by a few persons. , j
vw flmeAxs. November 10. Returat
from Texas indicate that the State has gone
for Breckinridge by a large majority.
In Galveston, isrecKinnage a majority us
500, and in Houston 300. ' : ,
thorized Mn r KnnKvii.LK. Ga.. November ll.-r-It i
barely possible that Breckinridge may ob- j ,,
tain a mninritv in (ieorcio. T wenty-eiifht
counties are yet to bear from. , ' 1
1 1 meriiiiAn IIi.uaiiia ' OrrioKas 1 A 1
Quandary-A year ago, a number of Hub- i
gariun oBicecs, saia 10 uo uu "
resltrued their commission in th Autrtan.
army, inese k""'"'"' , ,
formed, by a circular from General Benedek," . 1 i
that they ar ail com prieu m uo wuschk
tion now in progress, audi that they munt
stand th chances of the ballot with 1 to .
other young men of their age. Those, there-1
lore, WHO uave paid, tueir ueu w ,
and were tflicers a year ago, may be en
rolled again to-mocrpw as private, an '
compelled to serve another ight year. '
inls measure naa causeu -v ' J
Unt, vn In the army. : 1, .
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Tbi Reom Mrsraaioo Mcauia H Lo;
do. Tn uriat i mi j aM,,-. -,
wealthy iit laay a oiepney, "-i -
teaulted in tn convitatoo us iaiii"-, -
man wh cam forward a an lufuroier, and
charged an iunocetii man wiiu tuo uowiuia- u j 1.
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