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First oleM rf th e-arft Bpvorh-rlorinry Drama of
'HOBKri-bH.iK BOlllNHONj or, The Battle of
SUng's Monutain." . . -
THTH BVFNIKO, Dee. SI. will be presented the
. -t Logondary Patriotic Drama entitled
Ob, Tui Battl or King's Mountain.
T ...or Armor Butler, Mr. Hanltr:
1 . ' Mildred Lindsay, Mlrs Virginia Howard.
f.- .je.in, Mr. Hamblln; Harry Lindner, Mr. Irwin;
r erture .Or!batrA.
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f l0"" rnoen and evening till January 1, Inclusive, at
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idmission 1 ti eenta : children lAoents. Doors'
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. oy O. . llHBiman. Justine "f the Peace, against
j tie proptai, and net of. defeudants, f r the sum
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CINCINNATI. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3lAl86o
PRICE ONE CBIVT
TERPSICHOREAN. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE.
TERPSICHOREAN. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
fyffl Jnrmr- fVpirl. ArHm.
Dl KlpTe.... :30 A. M. : P. M.
lo1nmlUi AcoRimodation. 4:00 P. M H ot A. M.
Xenla AooommoHtloii...,'(:(iO P. t:W A. Al.
Oi'wrirnnH, Hamilton nd Dairfow
Indianapolle, banduikyaad '
Tolrdo Kprii 7:4 A. M. 11:15 A. M.
Hamilton Aecommcdatlon. 8:30 A. M. 7:U A. Hr
lnriiaoapollA and Saaduak
itpre art. ..K:WI P. M". :.V) P. M-
Toledoand t'hlfago Eiprex S:.10 P. M. 11:71 P. M.
Nrw York Iipreee ;40 P. M. f SO A. M.
Ilamilton Accommodation, R;66 A. At.
JrfnW-ftVi and CtncfnnaH
Morning EipreM....- : A. M. 7:00 P. W.
Chllliruthe Accommodati'n S.30 P. M. lo w A. M.
Might Kipreaii......,..lU:ti P. M. tM A. M.
Ohio and lITiviitiippi
Morning Eipi-a 7: A. M. 10:00 P. M.
LoninTille Accommodation. 4:30 P. M. 13:2A P. M.
Mgbt xpreee.....w 7:j P. M. B:(0 A. M.
fnrfMranofi. Ofid facfmtal
Mail and Accommodation... 6rV) A. M. 11:00 A. M.
i:hicgo Eiprera 7:J1 P. M. M:lt A. K.
Indianapolis Aooouimod'n i;W P. M.
CTaeftMKtrl, ffirhmoni and Indianapo'U
Indianapolis Mall .... 7:49 A. M. 11:1.1 A. M.
Exprene . J.JO P. M. 6:90 P. M.
Dayton and Aficaoda
Toledo, Detroit and Onloago 1 '
Kxpre;a.. T;4J A. M. 11:15 P. M.
Toh do, Detroit and Chicago
! Kipres 6:15 P. M. 11:15 P. M.
. CVMcimuirt, Wilminffton and ZnntmiU
Horning Kxpresa. .. 9:30 A. M. 7:10 P. M.
Accommodation....... .;io P. M. t:W A. M.
Dar Kiprena .,.. e:.10 P. M. :J7 P. M.
Accommodation 7J:io P. M. M A. M.
The trains on the Littl. Miami and Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Roads are run by Colnranns
time, which laKsvun minutes faster thou Cincinnati
The trains on the Ohio and Mississippi and In
dianapolis and Cincinnati Kosds are run by Yln-ct-nm
s time, which is ten minutes slower than, Gin
The ocean steamer Adriatic cleared $100,-
000 during tbe past season., ...
Col. Richard Hamilton, an esteemed citi
zen of Chicago, III, died on Wednesday. '
Studies from Life, by the author of John
Baliax, is just out,
Mm. Norton has just completed her Live)
of the Safdiniatu. :
What amount of wild animnls is necessary
to begit ft menagarie with? Ci-amount.
"All in yonr eye." Any thingwhich may
be "comprehended at a glance."
Tbe enrolled militia of the State of Rhode
Island numbers 18,541 men.
Over 20,000 miles of railroada"were built in
the United States from 1850 to 1857.
A formerly prosperous farmer, who two
years ago refused $10,000 for his farm in
Centraniansas, is now in actual starvation.
1 Mrs. Mercy Bryant hanged lierself. at
Helifaz, Mass., in a fit of depression) a day.
or two ago.
Tbe cooper-shop In the Penitentiary at
Baltimore was burned down on Saturday, in
volving a loss of $30,000. ,
A black bass, weighing 150 pounds, was.
caught at weoster, iinw rone, on tne late
shore, last 'week. ; " A
The population of Maryland is 734,565;
number of slaves, 85,382; number of dwell
ings lUOjOO i. ' ' '
Harriet Martineau has just sent to press a
volume entitled Health, Husbandry and
Tbe letters of Buffon, the naturalist, col
lected and edited by his grand nephew, have
just appeared at Paris.
A hitherto unknown poem of John Bun
Jan's, will shortly be published in England.
It is entitled "Pro6table Meditation."
A little bpy lost bis life al Muscatine, Iowa,
on Thursday, from having -some pieces of
hickory-nut shells lodged in his throat, '
A new literary newspaper is to be issued
in Pittsburg, Peon., by Messrs. Hunt & .
A bydrostatio paradox (pair o docks)
Two adjoining places at which Bhips are re
paired. ., - -. - ....
If yon wish for excitable reading, light a
cigar and pore over the pages of the powder
magazine. , ,
' A writer in the Atlantic Monthly, de
scribing Americans, saya, "They have akins
of ice, and veins filled with burning lava."
Sincfc WeAsferV Elementary Spelling Book
was first published, 35,000,000 copies have
been sold. i i
Mayor Fernando Wood's- bride is said to
be just one-third ae old as her liege lord. He
bas just attained bis filly-first year, and bis
wife is sweet seventeen. . . i-i
A squall struck a boat containing Chas.
Potter, his son and two young men. at Bris
tol, R. I., on Saturday evening, and all were j
The schoolmistresses whom Gov. Slade, of
Vermont, sent out to Oregon, were to pay a
fine of $500 if they married under one year.
Most of the girls paid the fine.
Judge ITaliburton is said to be engaged on
a new work, containing an apology for the
Orangemen during the Canadian travels
Qf tbe Prince of W ales.
The amount of gold minted at the branch
mint in Giorgio, during November, was
$13,727 $12,457 from Pike's Peak, the bal
ance from Georgia.
Tbe Petaluma (Cul.) potato trade is" so
great, as to exceed the means of shipment..
Sun Francisco, received, in four days, re-"
cently, 1,200,000 pounds. .
"Tbe Manchester (N. H.) Print Works have
just made up their six mouths' account's, and
show the very hauddome result of $210,000
as their net earning..
Discoveries of copper In Calaveras County,
California, promise that the mines will prove
as rich as tbe celebrated Burra Burra mine
y in Australia. " ' '
- Mr. Wills is tbe name of the subordinate
editor of Pickens's AU the Year Bound. It
1b be who in reality docs the editorial work
of that magazine.
A new monthly Serial la, to hi started im-,
mediately, called The Hcotliih Mitcellany
an ecclesiastical and literary .magazine for
aiembers of -the chuRch (Scottish Episcopal)
in Scotland. i i : ' . . . .
Thiers Ends that he can not complete hid
great history without another (the twen
tieth) volume, -which will comprise the ac
count of the famous "Hundred pays."
Froude, tbe English historian, has written
the notes to an important work ou Henry
Vlil, of which a clerk of the Council pfEd
waif y Was, the original author., ,
,', The 'deaths in New Otleaug for the week
endirg last Tuesdny numiiered sixty
five iiatiws of the Uuiled Stales, and oue of
South Oatoliua. '- . ... .
' The first act of the coming session of tlft
Taum'K-ee Legislature, the secession journals
tay, ll prolmbly be to instruct boa. An
diw Jobuson. to resign.
7 . - , - n.f itt
' While boriog for oil, at Yoangstown, In
this Slate, a vein of Wt water wad, struck,
three quarts i w fetch produced a teacup ful
pC fib M.l. i , . a "j
Tbe Brooklyn (N. V.) Academy of Musiq
bat coat Alttu,0un, and $?0.ooo more ar re
quired to complete it. The Academy will
be optBrd early iu Januajy. t A t.
f Chnrlet Gordon, ..aliai - Robertson, the
Vt.undd New Orfeanf burg Mr -ia whme
room seventeen thousand dollars' worth ef
s'olen ptoperty was louud,' rocently eAuaped
from hv Cuiriiy Uospiul, , . i -u
An American Historian's Account of
Goethe—Personal Recollections of the
Great German Poet.
George Bancroft thns mentions his recol
lection of Goethe: ' ,
It bag been my good fortune to bave re
peatedly seen tbe great epicurean poet, phi
losopher and critic, Goethe; bearing all things
complacently except interruption when writ
ing; serene even in his loves, having a heart
as clear as crystal and as cold; the friend and
minister of a prince, yet meditative rather
than active; dwelling Apart and as it were in
high regions, removed beyond the cares of
time; no ruler tf the sonls of peonies, but a
god among his countrymea; bis mind an uu
ruflled surface that mirrored his age, and
clothed its skepticism in verse; gifted with a
refined sensibility, that defied the rules- of
inductive science, he vet loukod nature in the
eye, discerned analogies from afar,. divined
the answer to her sacred riddle, and heard
the chbrus pf the flowers reveal the secret of
the law which they obeyed In their changi
of form' no martyr, and with nothing of the
spirit of martyrdom; never deeply touched
by tbe sufferings of nations in his time; con
templating with equal indifference the
stormy revolutions among the objects of bis
passion, rand tbe overturns of empire in
America and in Europe.
Twice 4 was with him At Weimar, and
Once On a bright Autumn morning Goethe
had received me in a garden Attached to the
apartments which he occupied in Jena.
Dressed in a frock coal, without a waistcoat,
he came with the stately step and majesty of
mien that poets attribute to tbe Olympian
As 1 walked for an hour or more by his
side, be spoke of many things, but particu
larly of Byron, saying that he devoured
greedily every thing which Byron wrote;
that he admired "Manfred," and all the more
willingly, -because it appeared to him to have
been imitated from his own Faust. When
Byron wrote Manlred, be had, ho says, never
read Faust. Ed. Press. That "Don Juan,"
of which two cantos had only then appeared,
was the most full of life and genius; that
its niitDncr was in keeping, with the subject;
end Fpeaking of English as though he knew
it well enough to pass judgment on style
end diction, he pretended to find the model
of the polysyllabia rhymes in the satires
and pleasantries of Swift.
a 1 i
DiscoviRTOP a Plot to Assassinats mi
Kino of Italy. The Turin correspondent
of the London A'eut"vrites :
Doubtless you remember the rumor about a
fortnight ago, in Vienna, that Victor Em
manuel had been killed at Naples; and bow
the Viennese politicians were discussing
whether Naples would have a republic or
the natural heir of Victor Emmanuel for a
king, with the regency, or a restoration in
the person of Francis II, or a French Prince.
Well, there was the same rumor at Rome
and Venice. After much inquiry tbe follow
ing information Is what we obtained respect
ing this report. A plot had really been laid
at tjseia ana Home, auu u was Known, very
well known, at the courts of Vienna and
Madrid ; but certain arrests made at Naples
broke the thread of the plot in question
accidentally, it seems, for the police who
effected' the arrests were ignorant of the
plot itself. As often happens, some of the
parties arrested thought all had been dis
covered, and thus put the police upon an
other scent. It is, however, true that secret
and reliable information was sent us here
fiorn Rome as well; so -that the "police are
now enabled to collect the most imporUet
information respecting a huge conspiracy,
concocttd at Rome, and which is being ex
tended through Italy and France by means
of the clergy and others.
Peculiar Uonob of the Loid Mayor or
London. Tbe Lord Mayor of London, with
his introduction into office, becomes a lord
for a year, but after tbe end of bis time he
dwindles into plain Mr. Smith again, unless
the Queen sbonld dub bim knight, in the
interim, which is usually done, if the sover
eign visits the limits of the ''city" proper
during his mayoralty. His residence is, the
stately Mansion House, which,- wfth its fa
mous Egyptian Hall, is so celebrated in the
annals of gastronomy; for, it is the impor
tant duty Cjt the Mayor of London to fur
nish forth a frequent and abundant .feast.
Forty thousand dollars, his salary, does not
suffice fur tbe ordinary expenses of his term,
and he must be a wealthy man who can fill
the oflicc with credit to himself, and satis
faction to the citizens.
A ITandsoms Feminine Sailor. There is
nt present in the Liverpool Work-house, a
handsome and .honest-looking Scotch girl,
eighteen y ems of age, who, tor the last tire
years, bas beengainingalivelihoodasasailor.
Only once during this time was her sex dis
covered, and the occasion was when, -by an
accidentoj full, she broke her ribs, and had
to be examined by a medical man. , Her
name is Annie Stuart, she whs born in, Q!as-
f-Qw, and she htta five brothers,-all sailors.
Icr object in freking jiarocbial shelter was
to obtain some funds, and suitable clothing,
in order that she may obtain a situation, as
stewardess, or in some other capacity in
keeping with her sex ,
A Painb-taeimo Fbesoh Author. The
lest volume of J'hierit Consulate and the
Inwire bns just goue to press, jit is said
that tbe illustrious histor.an corrects eight
times the ptoofe of bit Work before he al
lows the printing to commence that is to
say, twice oflener than Balzac. M. Thiers
sirikts out, changes, condenses, and re
touches, especially the verbs, and when be
bauds over the eighth and dutiuile proofs,
he says: "Tbe more I write tbe more I find
bow difficult it is to write properly." What
a lesson to that large class of small authors
who imagine; themselves capable of writing
a manter-piece with a single dash of the peql
. PaVATIC'.SH AND RlOT IN BELGIUM. At St.
Trond, In Belgium, recently, a man exposed
for lale at a stall in tbe market place a num
her of Bibles pt the Evangelical Society; a
person borfght one, stuck it on the top of a
pold, sprinkled it with turpentine, and set it
on fire. While It wag burning, he loudly
denounced the Society for distributing Bi
bles! On this, a crowd which bad assem
bled, ru?hed . to the dealer,' 9 stall, tore the
bibles to pieces, and scattered the fragments
about. This led to a tumultuous scene; and
tbe gendarmerie bad to interfere and to make
several arrests before order was re-estab
lished.' " ' 1
1 . '. 'L II.' I I I I (' .
An Unique and IntuIstino Medal. A
Ppitlund(Maine)woman basin her possession
a unique and beautiful copper medal, struck
by the French in bouoi of the American al
lianee tiuring tbe Revolution. It ia about
two inches in diameter, and beau on one
side la tine bold head of Liberty with the
tUfl'1aiiil,cait. and on. the other Mi tier t in-
terptising her atiield to protect an Infant,
representing America, from the pritisn Hon.
There are npprouriate mottoes! in Latin, and
the dates el Burgoy ne'e and Cornwall!, s sur-
- RtrokM m the PaU'EiAN Police System
The police system of Prussia has been unt
a.-rutiing a uiutter ol sitting ana purgation,
which snows that in all the elements of cor
ruption and raM'Rlity, it is hardly superior
tuMie one wLicli tit present exists la V lenna,
or that -which bos recently been upset la
AstlilvfJ's !i .1 t . i . i - l :i :s I '
' -ATlWlUN FoaiTIVEMOTBERED. A RtlS-
siun secreted bimsulf on board of au English,
suati.r while sue aa taking in flax. He
van between two bales, and the crew, lg
bcistit of'bi Dreyeoce, uiled a large cargo on
- f bim. . Arrived- at Hull, the steamer
alukd.d, svui Uis dad body we discovered.
Great German Poet. The Admirable Crichton lef the Fifteenth
Century—The marvelously Versatile Versatile Genius
of Leonardo da Vinci.
From the advance sheets of James Jack
son Jarves's Old Mtuten qf Italyx we make
this extract respecting that strangely versa
tile genius, Leonardo da Vinci :
More favored than Giotro. he had rare
personal beauty, wag exceedingly well mode,
so strong that he could twist a horse-shoe
with his fingers, and perform other muscular
feats far beyond tbe force of even powerful
men. He excelled In courtly and athletic
exercises, the use of arms and horsemanship,
which last gave him great delight. His
Comeliness and strength were, however, the
least of his personal attractions. " The ra-
O'ance ot nis countenance brought cheerful
ness to the heart of the most melancholy."
and bis persuasive voice could " move the
most obstinate" to say "no" or "yes," as
be willed. But even his fascination of man
ner and seductive conversation were excelled
by his skill of argument. None could with
stand his logic.
rrinces and beggarx. wise men and fools.
were alike captivated by his varied acquire
ments, Which he gracefully adapted to any
society or circumstances, withont compro
inisingWiis own dignity and morals. Lo
mazze tells as that he sometimes invited
peasants to snprier. entertaining them with
tuch comical stories as to cause immoderate
laughter, for the purpose, after their with
drawal, of making studies fr&m memory, of
their extraordinary contortions and extrav
agant mirth. His drawings show his won
derful skill in this respect and in caricature.
Uut his social nreil i lections were for those
who were distinguished for learning, talents
or goodnesB. Hospitable and generous, he
made no distinctions under his own roof be
tween the rich and boot, provided thevwera
worthy of his esteem. Pie lived handsomely.
Keeping many domestics and horses. Of
animals he was very fond, treating them
with great kindness. Indeed, he was in the
habit of going to the bird market, buying
up the little captives, and restoring them to
w tin bis advantages of serson, position
and. charm of manner, he could not have
tailed in captivating the sex that prize these
qualities most highly. Yet he never married,
nor is there any ground for believing that he
ever formed an attachment, platonio or
otherwise, for any female. Surrounded as
ne was by tne beautiful wantons or the
court of Ludovico il Moro, whose nortrait she
was required to paint, beside those of vir
tuous and cultivated ladies, this indifference
is Bomewnat rcmarKaoie. Pieltber nistory
nor traditionary goBsip, as far as we can
trace, attribute to him an amoMr of any
kind, or the slightest influence over him of
Singular Inbtinot of Birds 7Asi'r Sense
of Danger. This power of judging of actual
danger, -and the free and easy boldness which
results rrom it, are ty jjp means uncommon.
Many birds seem to have a most correct no
tion of a gun's range, and, while scrupulously
careful to keep beyond it, confine their care
to this caution, though the most obvious re
source would 'be to fly right away out 6f
eight and hearing, which they do not choose
to do. A nd they come times appear to make
even an ostentations use of their power,
fairly puttingtheir wit and cleverness in an
tagonism to that of man, for the benefit of
their fellows. . . ...
: A naturalist In Brazil made an expedition
to one Of the islands of the Amazon, to shoot
Bpoonbills, and ibises. His design was com
pletely battled by a wretched little Band-piper,
that preceded him, continually uttering' bis
tell-tale cry, which at ouce aroused all the
birls withiu bearing. Throughout the daf
did this individual bird continue its self im
posed duty of sentinel to others, effectually
preventing the approach of the fowler to
the game, nnd yet managing to keop out of
tbe reach of his cun. -1
Tbe Reion or Austrian Terror in Vb
netia. As a sample of the reign of terror
by which Austria now holds Venetia, the
correspondent of Lt Nord tellsa story of'the
arrest of a little girl eight years old, at Tre
viso, for singing a popular air. . Her mother
hastened to tbe Commissary of Police and
begged him to relense her child ; be refused,
with a sneer, saying that be would not de
prive Garibaldi of the pleasure of delivering
his little friend. The poor woman Bobbed
out, in her Venitiau simplicity, "What, must
my child then suffer three mouths away from
her mother?" In thisexclamation the Com
missary thought be had made a discovery,
nnd immediately arrested the mother, de
manding bow she knew that Garibaldi
would come in three montns. Fortunately,
some more charitable authorities interfered,
and mother and child were set free.
.A Prolific Pair of Hibernians. An
Irishman named Patrick Hit key, and his
wife, who have been living in Uactiand, Ni
npnra County, for tea years past, bave nine
children, of whom eight were born within
thus last eight years. The eldest is only
twelve years old. Mr. Hickey is seventy
years of age, and. big wife about forty.
Luring their rosidence in Hartland, they
bave been located on tbe farm of Mr. Daniel
Barker, of whom Mr. Hickey hired a house
and four acres of land. Previous to Mrs.
Hickev'slast confinement, Mr. Barker said
that if Mrs. Hickey presented hei husband
with three children at one birth, he would
give the old couple a deed of the house and
land upon which they live. Tbe condition
was complied with, aud the property has been
transferred, by deed, according i to agree
ment. .- ; ' ' i
The WnoLE Abea of tub United States
Lands. The whole area of the United States
innds, States and Territories inclusive, is
3,010,370 square miles) adding tbe water
gurface of lakes, Tivers, Arc., it is Increased to
3,250,000 square mffes. Nearly 9,000,000 of
acreB were granfed by acta or Congress of
1850 and 1857, to eight States, to aid (hem ia
the construction of forty-five railroads. The
States so aided are, Iowa, Alastamn, Florida,
Louisiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Mississippi
and Minnesota. From March, 1857, to Sep
timber, 18C0, 47,500,000 acres have been
d isposed of by grants and tales ; for the latter
the purchase money amounted ,to $9,160,
Decease of tbe American Eagle!. The
Ameiitan Eagle, a paper published at Gor
dousviile, Vtt., makes ita last appearance in
a suit of mourning, ai d thai anuounces its
awn demise and that .of tbe Union: "The
dissolution of tbe Confederation of States
aud tbe death of tbe American Eagle, causes
a ftelipg of parting sorrow, and makes this
paper appear, this, the lost hour of its exist
ence, in the solemn garb of mourning. The
iitim'nn Eagle bii a "final adieu tt Its pa
tron and to the Republic." v ' x 1 -
The Sublimity of Doty. The following
is from 'Mr. Hilliurd's great co-operation
Breech at Estelle Hall, in Montgomery, Ala.:
"Duty it the eutihmeat ;wdrd, in tbe English
language; far gublimer 'than, power or fame.
1 he grandest structures reared by man per
ish the proudest empires link under the
iiresaiirA nf Time cliirr la even mora evan
escent that fades before the brief term of
human lit ; but duty is immortal; God links
it to bis own administration,, and it becomes
as enduring as bis Throne, i..l
, Mtbtirioos EMaazzLEMEsrv' in Iowa. J
It bas beea discovered that about (7,000 of
fbe funds of Alamakee Uouutv, low, are
musing. The, Recorder and Treasurer,
Eliaa Tophi IT, died suddenly, a short time
siiice. t lt is mvyoa& the mosey was em-
btzzled by eome member of the family.'
Tbe official bond, or the' as tale eJuoa, j
amply tufiicitn to protect the Muaty ui(1i
... ' j ' " "
Remarkable Illustration of two Phases of
two instances of the cocduct of wealthy mea
of that city, which illustrate respectively the
dark and' the bright side of hum-ta char
acter! ' -r
The first is acase of a landlord in the West
Division, to whom a worthy widow had
fallen in arrears for rent, In keeping a boarding-house.
The landlord, by some process
of law. or force, attached her effects, and
thrust ner into the street with her three
children, suddenly, and without mercy, fronv
tbe mere wantonness of power, for the se
curity of tbe debt was sufficient, ad the
commonest humanity would have allowed
the unfortunate woman a little time to find
tome shelter or some means of sustenance.
Let every body make personal inquiry trntil
everybody finds, out who this landlord is,
and then let the scorn of every one be to
seething that his property will be a curse to
him. - -
In contrast to tit Is case, we are glad to be
able to mention the course of a prominent
firm in the produce commission business,
whose confidential clerk, in the folly of you tlx,
embezzled their fuMs. They pursued bim,
brought him back, led him to sincere repent
ance, paved him from impending Dunishment.
and acbually restored him to the same re
sponsible position he had previously occu
pied. He would be lees than human should
be fail, after such demonstration of kindness,
to reward his employers by the most devoted
honesty, at the same time that be re-establishes
his tarnished reputation by long years
Queer Idka of an Oath and its Viola
tion. At the criminal term of the Supreme
Court, now being held in Lawrence, Moss,,
a little boy, six years old, was - called as
witness in en assault case. Tbe District
Attorney, having some doubts whether a
boy of so tender age knew the nature of an
oatb, proceeded to ask him a few questions,
os follows,: District Attorney Little boy,
do you know w hat it is to testify ?" Little
hoy "I suppose it is totell the truth." Dis
trict Attorney-."Yea; but what would be
the consequences if you did not tell the
truth 7" Little boy1'! suppose I should be
sent to jail." District Attorney "But
would not GOd puni9h yon?'1 Little boy
''No, I guess not; dad's a Universalitt."
Births and Deatus in Rhoce Island.
The Rhode Island State registration report
for 1859 shows that 4.500 births, 1,672 mar
riages and 2,270 deaths were registered in
that year. Compared wit 1858, there were
237 more births, 234 marriages and 346 loss
deaths-i-qnite a favorable balance sheet.
There was very nearly an equal number of
native and foreign-born fathers of the chil
dren : and twice as many purely native as
purely foreign-born couples married. The
average age at death was thirty-one to
thirty-nine years, being higher than ever be
fore ; 422 deaths were ascribed to consump
tion and 117 to old age. Of the two centen
arians who died in '69, one was James Ho w
land, of Jamestown, the last Rhode Island
slave. ' . . , , . .
Tybakny of tbk Ancient Romans. The
Rornuue, who boasted so much of their own
freedom, were awful tyrants to their slaved.
The Lictors, who attended the Consult, bore
their fatcet, or bundles of rods, for use as
Bellas tor Bbow. Sometimes even free and
high personages were whipped. The cele
brated hlstoriun Sallust, having courted the
daughter of Tullia and wife of Milo, received
a severe flogging, and was then only released
on condition ofpayingavery heavy fine. Cali
gula used the whip with his own hand, and
even the Vestal Virgins, in case of a breach
of their vow. were not always examnt. For
rinstauce, the Vestal Urbina'was whipped by
a priest, anu lea in procession through the
streets. ' -
A Man Nearly Killed by a Corpse. A
man recently visited the hospital in Downie
ville, ('al.,to witness a post mortem examina
tion. He consented to assist the steward to
bring the subject down stairs. He took the
feet, and holding tbera one in each hand,
above his bead, started down the stairs, the
steward following with tbe head end. The
man stumbled,. and his bands came down.
The legs of the dead spread and shut again,
elamping his neck, and be fell to tbe bottom
of the stairs, fainting, bestridden by the
corpse. It required ail the restoratives in
theirstitution to bring him to his senses.
Valuable Bleachino- Process. Profes
sor Gimp Bezanez employs Ozone with ex
cellent success, as follows: "Into a large
glass vessel warm water is introduced, and
then bits of phosphorus, so that the latter
are but two thirds immersed. The articles
to be bleached are now introduced, hat ing
been previously moistened. The vessel is
stoppered. Alter, the expiration of forty
eieht hours they are equally bleached com
pletely. As soon as the desired effect is ob
taintd the pspers must be removed, other
wise tbe ink Itself may be destroyed.
A Boy Tois-oned to Death; by a Rabid
Don. A little boy, named Ernest Green, of
Korwich,-Conn., a little over four years old,
was bitten by a dog, last summer, and died
in consequence of it. His disease was not
hydrophobia, but" the bite of the brute
seemed to fill his system with poison. When
he was in bis lost sickness a physician was
called in who was an utter' stranger to the
child, and bis first exclamation when he ex
amined hits was "The child has been pos
soned." The poor little fellow eould scarcely
bavt suffered more if bis case, bad bee.n geu
uine hydrophobia, - 1 , ,
Fcnbral OF. a Box of 'Saosaoes. The
Palmer (Mass.) Journal tells a story of a box
of sausages aud a colliu with a baby 's corpse
changing placet and being wrongly deliv
ered, in Ware, by the carelessness of the
stage-driver - from Palmer. Tbe Ware
buu-ber was shocked to find in his box a dead
child, instead of meat for the living; and the
frie nds or the child sorrowfully deposited the
"victuals" in a vault at the Catholic Ceme
tery, where they remained antil the mistake
was discovered. . ' '
Singular SuiCmB Tn MAisx-r-Edward
Fernald, of Frankfort, Me , committed sui
cide in the cellar of his store, on Thursday
morning last. He took two skeins of yarn,
f ot upon a barrel, put them around bis neck,
attached them te a meat-hook, and then
jumped from the barrel. He bad been de
ranged for some time. About five months
ago he took poison, but was saved by the nse
of theAioniacb-pump, He was about forty
three, years old, , , y ti,- css-iti),'
Womes's Wardrobes Five Cjntubirj Ago,
In 1S58 some English M. P. proposed that
"no lady or knight's wife should bave more
than one velvet or damask go wo for tbe sum.
met :l that all ladies should wear russet or
camlet three days In tbe week, under p. salty
of ten shillings per day: and that a surveyor
should examine the ladies' wardrobea,'' j ust
fancy tuch a turveyer m these day,- , - -.
A.VAL.CABJ.B Zoological AjuTio.v-Th
Zoological Gardeu ia th Bois de Boulogne,
Paris, ha recently been enriched by two
magnificent "Lophophores," from tbe Hiina
luya Meuotatnt, Die dozclins; plumage of
which has -procured them the name of the
"Gold BudV - !. " h u
. - ' -
Tint RtvceiBTion rts Psau. TIA
tionists of Pern do not stop at trine. They
recent V attempted to sjisaaeinata ta. atMittr-
I lous I'retident, 'astillo. He escaped, anil
afterward ordered, the- troop Ao ot .Aha
t t,iUi:eT wno had ordered but suutdf and the
mandate wt jpbevtfd.; ( ,' l;, u
j 'ui.vi '.'.a .1 wee j..-I.UJ.l ,.
Early Readings of John and his
In the Atlantic Monthly for January is an
article on Keats, from whioh we clip the
' He Bad A tolerably retentivememory, and
tbe quantity he read was surprising. He
must in those last months have exhausted
the school- library, which consisted princi
pally of abridgments of all tbe voyages aud
travels of any note; Mavor's Collection; also
his Universal Histery; Robertson's Hlstoriej
of Saotland, America and Cbarkis the Fifth;
all Miss Edgeworth's productions; together
with snany other works, equally well cal
culated for yontb, not necessary to be enu
merated. The books, however, that were
his constantly recurrent tources of attraction
were Tooke s Pantheoa, Lempriere's Class
ical Dictionary, which he appeared to learn,
ani Spence's Polymetis. This was the store
whence ho acquired his perfect intimacy
wltlt the Greek mythology; here was he
"suckled In that creed outworn for his
amoant of classical attainment extended no
farther than tie Eneid; with which epic, in
deed, he was so fascinated, that before leav
ing school he had voluntarily translated in
writing a considerable portion. And yet I
remember at that early age mayhap under
fourteen notwithstanding and through all
ita incidental attractiveness, he hazarded the
. .1 a .1 - - i , .
Iipiuiuu uiq lusi iuer was leeuieness in
the structure of the worfc.
ne must nave gcae tnrongb all the better
publications in tbe school library, for he
asked me to lend him eome of my own
books; and I think I now see him at snpner,
(we had all our meals in the school-room,)
sittiag back en the form and holding the
folio volume of Burnet's History of His Own
Time between himself aud the table, eating
his meal from beyond H. This work and
Leigb Hunt's Examine? newspaper which'
my father took . in, and I used to load to
Keats I make no doubt Jnid the foundation
of bis love of civil and religious liberty.
bis poetical development.
I can not at this time remember what was
tbe spark thnt fired the train of his poetical
tendencies; I do not remember what was the
first signalized poetry he rend; but he must
have given mo unmistakable tokens of bis
bent of taste; otherwise, at that early stage
of his career I never could have read to him
the "Epithalamion" of Spenser; and this I
perfectly remember, having done, and in
that (to me) hallowed old arbor, the scene of
many bland and graceful associations; all the.
substances having passed away. He wag at
this time, I should suppose, fifteen or six
teen years old; and at that period of life he
certainly appreciated the general beauty of
the composition, and felt the more passion
ate passages; for his features and exclama
tions were ecstatic. -
: Immoral Books Pahbino Out of Favor.
Tbe Messrs. Chambers, of Edinbnrg, say that
while the cheap press is flooding the nation
With books and periodicals, works of an in
jurious and immoral tendency are passing
out oi iavor. a ney oner tne following esti
mates as tbe result of careful inquiry into
the cheap periodical trade: 1. Works of an
improving tendency, circulation per month,
8,043,60b. 2. Works of au exciting nature,
but not positively immoral, circulation per
month, ,COO,000. 3. Works immoral, and
opposed to the religion of thecountry, circu
lation per monllvprobably under tH),000.
Remarkablb Idiosyncrasy of Animals.
A Frenchman once had a poodle which would
drink gri.jr antil be got drunk; but in bis
latter days be became reformed, for a stupid
Ecoundrel giving bim a glass of undiluted
w hisky, scaided his mouth, and from that
moment be turned a teetotaler. Maby years
agtv, in England, a Guina-hon, which had
lost her partner, took to fox-hunting to kill
grief. She regularly went to a field with the
pack, kept a respectable place throughout
the day, and always was in nt the duath.
A Rare Old Book. Among a collection
of books, of which the sale by auction has
IllGt PnnolltO in T.orwlnn u,aa a ..CV.A
first edition of the 150 Psalms in English
meter, by Stern hold and Hopkins. This
edition is of such rarity that its very exist
ence has been denied. Although iuiperfoct
in the end, it was sold foe LlX A very
Fcarce edition of the Oommon I'rayer- Book,
Queen Elizabeth's, 1562, in the &a,mesle, pro
Tub Canton Prize-money. The Canton
(Chins) prize money will shortly bedistrib-
uiea to tiio-e wno toon part In the capture.
The amount realized is, we uuderstand,
b9,293 13s. 1 Id., subject to the following
deductions; The French share, 13,280 10s.
4d.; freight, 402 4s. 10d.; expenses of real
izing, C0t, leaving a balance of X5-4.M418J.
9d. Of this sum, fbe naval force, 4 271 men,
tnke 30,453 15s.; the army aud mariues,
3,412 men, 24,401 3s. Od. ; ..
Thb Cause or Hungary Hopeless. M.
f zcuiere, the illustrious HuiigaHitu exile,
bas published an article in a Debreczlan
paper, in which he repeats his conviction
that the people would do well to be con
tented with the present concessions of the
Keiser. More, be says, they can not hope to
obtain, except with the assistance of the
foreigner, and to rely upon that resource, ia
bis opinion, involves the downfall of bis
country. ' -: 1
A Wao's View of thb Futcbb of
Slaveay. A waggish sort of a man was
listening the other day to a conversation re
lating to Iverson's speech in Congress, when
he declared that the Southern Confederacy
would have thirty millions of slaves in a
given number of yeais. "Thirtv millions of
slaves!" exclaimed the wag. "lt would be
-so dark, they couldn't see the sun rise!"
A Polibb Student Scared to Death.
According to the JHennik roynatki, a Polish
paper, it is rumored at Warsaw that a medi
cal student, who took part iu the political
demonstrations which vera mode while the.
eovereigns were in that city, expired whilst
corporal punishment was being inflicted on
him, .The unhappy youth was sentenced b y
bis Judges to "paternal" punishment, , , .
Abizona in 'Favor ok Secssioh. "'I'he
MesQla (Arizona) 1 Timet, commenting V.pou
the leeession movement, says : ''
In tbe event of tbe establishment of a
(Southern Confederacy, Arizona will knock
at tho-door of their first Gonyrem for admi-ision
as a State, aud it s probable New Mexico
sy ill do the same. . - , i I
FataLj ArraAC on a Steamboat. A n Af
fray occurred on the B. J. Adam at G .raea-
vilie, Miss., on ber down trip, ia w.Viib
man; named Holtzcluw; was stabb'jj aa(
killed by ajnan nird Jehnston,' a fullow
passenger. , There ltad bea a difB avlty be
tween 5.1 e parties about two years,, agoy nud
the jlfatb of IlolUclaw was the, result of
their first meeting after the' mbjUndestaud-
tAitx f i 7 'T ' . - 1 I't.-'-
1 FbeeziMo Gas. Mr. Ritc;Je7 icientifio
gentleman of Boston, perfoyuie4 fiiioulully
the other day the eJpfcr.jiiKmt, of freeaiog
cetbonic acid gas, by rudeiuiug it. The
tlietejoinetor, fluring 'the process, sank to
l'al" below tero, nttd Wb snercuryaad ako
bo froze. The tetuperaturt) we- iadionted
by aa eth'r tbermiiuieter. ",. ,
ablb a0 Profitablb DiitcoTEaY.'
A workman, of Paris bas just discovered a,
method of preserving gas and water pipes
rrom rust, by enveloping Luaot . in a thick
renting of clay, hucb is the importance at
the discovery., tbat the eity of farm bad
gianttd the fvan pe'ijiun fvr liist. -
INSMTED T 1HC fOLLOWiHG MTU:
Advarthannsats, not exeeedlaf tr Mas (afstsa) t,
Ons lrirfloa..fJ 91 1 laart1M-Jl
lid lnsartloaa 1 1 3d Insertions d A4
lairtar edrartleessswts insert- at ska tVOowlns
rate, par aeaara of tea line, t
a B I It twrttena..
a"4' - k 1 Inasrtl'
JOB PIIINTINO i
la ( hrsarlie. o- wt .etre- - daaa-k '
Sewing - Llsxcliihes t
PBICES REDUCED l' V-'Vi
all their suit, at la with lnfrinirt manntae-.'
tin-era, propose that the pnhlio shit! bonoSt4;
therein, and have aooerdlnvlr KKDWJSD TMSI '
FBlrtef their wln.mechinee. ,
Ravlna; asade. Air over seven rears, the -saast nt."
"r FaajHy Pewterr-machlne In the in;-rtrt, and'i
lw emptvieg l.( HOO In their hudnesv! aad
rnakinir OSS lltJMmaD MAtllllNKS mr d.
th-y are prepared with snch extraordlna.-v faclU
Itlojand eif.rl.nce to trnarantee to the pr.mhaees-'
entire saVi traction. All our Machine, are matt
euty.Hr well, and are - ;
WABBANTID TBJIin TftABB. "
The d)arenoefm price ttna -merely a ditferaBM EC"
91,.T3 Ha-hlnes sold in lw, being dooMs tk--talo
of any rtb r cvnipanr in the linioo. '
Awardsd the First Premium ia tb.
V. S. FAI19 OF 198S, 181 AND 1864,'
And at ta. Cincinnati Mcrhanre.' Institute ff '
F0CB Ut)t-KSKIVIt YBAK3 weh.v? tel.. tsV
Tmt TieutMlm over -11 competitor, as tb. beat - '
JQE8T FAMILY BBWINO-KAOHINI.
Irnees no shuttle, makes the hvk.stltrh alike aa '
both sides of the roods, loavlus; no etanin or ridsw '
on the nnder-side of the seam: and nee. but hats
as nvtKh thread aa the rtiain-atltoh machines. 1
Send or cnll for a Circular, -aontaitiiua ariose)
testimonials, oto. ;
X SCWWER & OCT.. Areata,
T7 West Fourtrwat-,
d"" CINCINNATI. ,
, EiPPY NEW-YEAR!
XTcl. srs-aacl loes Vl'iaso
G.BrJTl,itlvTllN WRO RRTIMI Tt
iimka a beantiful and n.nful present to soma
lady friend, ana nor better effect their pttreose th-ua
!'IP,"tl'5??j.n'l."'?of.M,'t)h' K IMPKOVED8KW.
Ud-MAl HlMS, which are undoubtedly the heat,
moftsimpla, and prantk-al t'arollv timing maohln
in market. Price only Sin Including- the celebrated
"bnlversal libmmersnd Tucking Hange." which to
ths only patented he.nmer, turrlns and stltehlaa
beni.of dlflsr-n widths, at d sold at no other plaoa
In ths city. Kxauiiue our Alacbiusa before you poo
1i.(,iJ1rBJM AN Oaneral Agoat,
Sis West Fourth-st., Cincinnati, O.
Breat Kcdnctlon bi Trices! ,
FAJ-O RXCTJSB NOW FUR TMrYINO CHAIT"
J.W or Luop-stitc.h howiug-aiachines, on .count at
the former high prices of Lock-stitch Family Ma
chines. Only f40 f r one of Lester's newlr-lm-proved
Family btlUTTLH-MAOHlNICS. A asaluA
and beautiful y
HOLIDA.Y lFtTja H3 NT, ,
For a lady, wonid he one of Oco. B Blast's new and
elegant KLUrit L-fKWlNU-MAOUlht,S, tbe
best in the world lor family use.
Rave been awaeted thee. aiirWkled Machine, dare. -Ins
the pant three years, over all others. W. war- ,
rai t them to outlnet auy other Machine extant;
and for beanty of model and bnish, they ' bave aa
eiiaal. I'arties wishing to purchase, have only ta
call aud see them, to be-ooaviuoed that what we
say Is truth. -
UNION MANUFACTURING CO, :
de!9-tf M West Fourth St., Cincinnati,
glNGER'S SK WINO-Of tCHIMI
COaMKltOIAL BUILDING,, ,
Coraer of lonrtlr. and .rioH-ata-a
: ci':im(4ti, onto. " '
- , ,
Howl. It Singer's Sewlng-machlu. are nntv.se .
ally oaad for Btanuftctnfirf pnrpos m? The plate
reason why, is: Bosaasa they ar. bef taa, mora dura
ble, more reliable, capable af dojn , a muoh freatar .
varlefy .f work, and earain mor t money than eaf ,
The-pubne ar. rasaartfully tnv ited to call and as.
amine bbsgar'. n.w Irauaverae ..bulls Machlna, loa
This Machlu. is highly ro amented. aavy to c
ate. and Is the very 1-est and raeet Maehlat I
tnen sraei. ., JS MBa 8KABDOM, .
Wcstt rn Agent for sir ,er's Sewlus-ntacblaa.
' fn 141
" boiMks. Lock-s rt,t, b bbnttk Mswlng-ma-chlnes,
of How. A H op,.r Patejt warranted tb
beat in aiarkel Al , Blake A.loh to-'s tloia
mers, at wholesale. g T OAH KIHOH Ant, ,
. . No. f!l Ve,t Fifth st.
SW Ag.oU waute din evoiy town. , d-iki asa
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vvrnBhi Yj tj nun rvTRReiTiw
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f, a .i . 'fNKS nrt. work that will not
stand the tost of ,- wegr, aD., mu i,. thans, but
examine for y ourselves, and aak those who, from,
axiwrienca ai- ai,le and willing ta toll the truth
r . ,u tne won tuey ao. tne nacniaea
are warcautes , jr three years, nud the work roada -on
Hu m is w erreiitod to last eoual to tbat mad. oat i
any other a ai hitio. l'rice i.f Machine. Wa ,
will teaeb v rpr, to api.rate tlie Machiioia, frea :
Xj'F't they will call at the (leneral 4?(oncr.,
limce, u tbe secnnd-slory of Carliale Iliiilding, ''
corner of Fourth aud W.,liiut.t ,( ii,cim,hi. .
dot-fas V. w nrjNnfeH' IX, Aent
An F Jlegant Volume of Vocal Duett. .
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b-ir..lhe 'T1 ,o-P'wi, with tvoomMuimoifi
f'T J -li4 Piano INirte. Httn-isoruLly b-uutl in ct.b,,
n i ".old at tli lot nrlrta tit' MH. . r.it nf nul.ir-t.
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OIN.-W York, and BriitiilA Ur .' E, aVw--w"J
of Olucinnatl-celerald tlrat-rls. U U Si U V
Double Grand Action, Square Uraud , "
and Oonoert Piaooe, pronoeiii-ed by Lists,' Thai.
tar and other sjeat limiui arli.t. tli. beat in ea.
IntetlC. ' KTi rf Piano mtrrdol. for t. uu-r ..1
kept In tune for three years. Old Plaaoa-SaSea ia
sitaiiKe. PUuosto let. fem Is to Sti por uai-ur.
TiTin-slaaa Hnslcal iKStrunuintBof all kinds eu Ml DB
S' bali-prica l'i.ii'i, Kobioons aad ota.r mu
sical Instrument. ton-Mi nod r-patrod thoroughly,
Bi. tteio'ieons in the .nr. Lo nut bar ar renin
Pia.o.r alelfeoa until you have called aud aa
mined the abuva. BUI YT1NI1 A BHO-, -
Piano and Melodaon Makers aud I)-alns audita
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