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Mia Caroline and Mr. Peter Richlugs,
Id Dickeni'i beautiful story ceiieu vow
THIS BTININO, November 19, will be presented,
for tb. Moond time In Cincinnati, Dickens's popular
and bmnuinl unnmmM , ,. ,
rim Tn. flUCM Olt TRI H..AATH.
Dot... ..Miss Caroline Riehlngs
John Perlbingle...-..-....-..-........-....PeWr Rlehlugt
Celeb Plumroer .........M.......M,.,..,................l.llilsr
r vAri pinmmAv... ............i.....u.LftnKdon
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L,iM Fielding...., a ,.......tlH Irrlng
Tilly 81owbo...-...-...-.....................MiM IMnham
Mis. Fielding . y ?1",-
Danc............... ........ Miu Kate Pennoyer
The performance will commence witn ;
NAPOLEON'S OLD GUARD.
HTerMck.........-..-.................Pa'" R ohlng'
Melanle, with long, Miss Blohlugs
Lord Beauville............... Hao
In donuonanca of the numeroua applications t
f the box ofioo, the great comedy of "Extreme,'
A mil be reneeted during the wee, -iVv v
TV AT I O lVAL THEATER,
Be-engagement of ibe eminent actor,
MR. J. B. ROBERTS.
THIN CTneedAT) EVENING, November 29, will be
noted, for the fourteenth time, the greet Legendary
Drama, iron id uermnn oi uwuib, umu
Faust and Marguerite.
M.nkUfiohiiMi Mr. J. B. Boberti
fstut (en eged Bohoiir)... M.....-JIr. O. Stuart
Duncfl br...e...........e. fliiM Jonnie utgut.
th th. MtHa oomedr oalled .
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Oban. M. Barra..,...,,.,..................... . manager.
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THIS (Tneedar) ITENINO, Hot. , and eretr
evening nntll further notloe, will be presented, wltb
beautllul (cenlo effecte and illualon,, and a powerful
cast of obaraotera. Dickeni'i admirable domettlc
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MISS JENNY TW1TOHKLL,
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I ' PROP. D. O, HALL.,
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MR. B.0DOLPHU8 UA1.L,
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PEN AND SCISSORS.
Hwthorne ha anew novel In the presi,
in London; the title of wblohli not annoanoad.
leoturer asaerted that all bitter things
hot. "No," inggeited Jonet. "not a
bin cold day.'
eTIhe oitlenof the State of Delaware
have contributed $J,S3 to the Mt. Vernon
)&rlt la an old aatlnir that time walta for
no man; bnt the fair lex would have na believe
that be la gallant enough to wait lor me imim.
9Whoe belt worki are moat trampled
upon? A ahoemaker'i htcanae good ahoea
laat longer than Dad onea.
Justice Daniel, of the Supreme Court,
lies dangerously ill, at hig realdence in Wash
gTxhe Montreal QauUe eava that the
Qrand Trunk ferry-boats oarry over aix thon
and bairela-of flour daily, for ihipment to
Portland ana JUoaton.
"The First Unitarian Bootety and the
Free Will Bantiit Soolety. of Mtfncheater, N
H., nave wapped onurohei, the first namea
paying 3,500 "to boot." ,
icSla the northern part of New York
State the people are now enjoying very line
aleighlng. In gome eonntlea the anow la
foot in depth, on the level. .'",,
ffl-Nathaniel Hawthorne aavs: The world
owes all Its onward impulses to men ill at
ease. The bappy man Inevitably oonfines
himielf within anoient nmiia.
jjMf good people would but make good-
ness agreeable, and smile Instead of frowning
in their virtue, how many would they win to
tbe good cause. , - ;. ;,.,
Bears are still abundant in Pennsyl
vama. .Last week three ot meie animais
were killed In -a small slip of woods about
nve miles from jonnstown.
is our dntv not only to scatter hen
eflu, but even to atrew flowers, for the eake of
our fellow-travelers, In tno patnwaya or tnis
In tbe Museum at Dreidsn, Oermany,
is a tube many feet long, formed by lightning
falling on a bed of asnd, which nas Dean par
tially melted by tbe eleotrio fluid. ;
;9E"The Buanlih msokerel. a "earns fish"
of the Southern waters, has appeared fa the
Hudson River, and furnishes sport for fly nsh
A Mormon advertissmant ztada as
followi: To be let rooms for two gentlemen
and four wives, or rooms for one gentleman
and lix wivea.
A series of diigraoeful disturbance!
boourred in East AblngtoD, Masiaohutetts,
last. week, owing to the misoondaot of Rev.
Mosei Chase, of Duxbnry
degTAn examination was commenced on
Saturday in the ease of Hall, who shot Poin-
dexter a tew days since in jxasnvuie, lenn.
The Judge prohibited the publication of the
Wa notice, in one of oar New York
exchanges, the arrival of a great big ship
load 700 tuns buren of hoops of Paris
manufacture. Let the girls prepare to
jThere is a pigeon roost near Dei Aro,
Arkansas, containing millions upon millions
of pigeons. Five thousand were killed by
two boys, with stioks and otubs,a few days
jt"The late gal on the Florida ooait has
put ashore full fourteen thousand bales of cotton.
The insurance in Wall-street, New York,
upon disabled ships and damaged . eargoes
reaob.es $1,000,000. "
R. Bowman's dwelling homo with
the entire contents, about three miles from
Perryville, Ey., was destroyed by tire last
week, and it was with difficulty Mr, B. saved
Ms family from destruction.
aarBautru presented a poet to M. de Hem-
ery, saying, "Sir, I present you with, an indi
vidual who will give yon Immortality?' bat you
must, meanwnue, give nini someuiisg 10 live
npon.";- 1 ';' i: !
r-A shostln female apparel, is creating
oomiderable exoitemsnt at Cape Ann, R. I.
She goes up to individnals whom she happens
or manages to meet, looks them earneitiy in
the face, and retires without a word. ,
'"Well, farmer, you told us your place
was a good piace lor nuniing; now we nave
tramped It for three hours and found no game."
"Just to. I calculate, as a general thing, the
lesi game there is, tbe mere bunting jou have."
Dr.' O. W. Holmes observes: Lan
gusge la a solemn thing. It grows out of life,
out of Its agonies and ecstasies, its want and
Its wearynesa. livery language it a temple,
in whioh the soul of those who speak it is en
thrined. , t . t.., . .
ffiSEev. Joshua Flsgg, of Dana, Mass.,
died last week, in that town, at the age
eighty-six years and six months. ' He was
Dnlversallst preacher more than sixty years,
and was the eldest clergyman or mat denomt
nation In UaaiacDusetts. . -
.n Irishman, on enlisting, was asked
by the reorutting offioer, "When yon get into
. ... n.Ji. .ill A.l. nil.
DaillO, JTIUU, win vu uu. v ivui au,
faith," replied Pat, with a comical twist
his oonntenanee, "in ne aiter aoin , yer
honor, as the majority or ye does."
"William Biroh ml arrested In Sacra-
manto. California, for slaving with Ms min-
ttrels on Sunday, thereby violating the law
prohibit barbarous and noisy amusements
the Sabbath. He was tried bsfore a jury, who
brought in a verdiet of "not guilty, without
leaving their seats.
VAT gentleman has left at enr office,
aavs the Portsmouth (Ye.) TrwuonBi, a husk,
. - --- . t. I... .1
Irons wnicu, . ui. guru uh uu p.iHnu;
stripped, that is the exact counterpart of
human hand. It represents, a well-formed
wrist, with palm, four fingers and athumb.all
of proper lize ana aue graauation pi i.ngin.
., A Nbwbpapbb OrtiOB Bobbt. Tbs office
;. Dailu. Baunn. at .Nashville, xenn., was
discovered to be on fire one day of last week,
1 The building was not only damaged to a eon'
.litarahl. extent, but the proprietors lost
large amount of material, woiuaing one enure
weekly : form 'of tbelf paper. It Is thought
the office was find by an moenaiary.
" JaaMiT)anoijio Gieu. A correspondent
of the Ekaira (N. Y.) Adttrtittr writes .'from
Japan in areoent letter of a Japanese ballet: -At
evening same a trovpt of daneing-girls to
the hotel.nnder the supervision of the indefati
gable Faul,aeooaipanied by a native band..' The
dancing-girls, three In number, were from the
interior of the Island, of small stature and slight
forms, eighteen or twenty years old. Their dresl
was like that of the other females, though gay
in color, the satang being made of red and blue.
mi. u j itin J a, i j
xu. mbu w.b unnu iigauv mrouuu in. uuuj,
that the rounded outline of the form might not
De lost. Around the waist was a cneturs, over
laid with silver leaf, in tinsel bracelets en their
arms, and wreathes of fragrant leaves entwined
witn their dark hair. L igbts were brought from
the house andtbe danoers began their evolutions
on tbe crushed ooral avenue in front. The dance
was little else than a forward and baok move
ment with the feet, aosompanled by a swaying
mouon et me noay, in aooord witn the muiio.
Jtaon dancer carried a fan, which was kept
in constant motion, not so much for cooling
purposes as a graceiui aajunoi oi wis J avanese
ballet. Eaoh one sang in turns unknown
words to indescribable tunes, covering her face
as see sang witn her fan, and marking tbe
time with her little feet and swaying Body.
These Javanese men and women have small
handi and feet of symmetrical shape. The
band was led by a native of solemn counte
nance, with his one stringed fiddle ; a bra-
sen gone did good duty in lisu of a bass
drnm : another beat an oblong wooden drum.
and vet anotherhad before him three cymbals,
wn ion no Deat witn a wooden mallet, iioto,
longs and musie were for the most part rude
enough, though at times they snooeeded in
producing strains of pleasant melody. Tbe
toft, flowing Maylavan tongue has been very
aptly called, 'The Italian of the East,' but
these girls sang in a native Javanese dialect.
. ! .
Wohim or Wit at Pabib Madams Rioa-
uieb's ISPUJiKCB. Madame Reosmler was
born at Lyons in 1777. She was the daughter
of a notary, diatlngnished only for his hand
some wife, and remembered for eertsin politi
cal difficulties from wnicn the youthful j nilette
assisted to free him. - At the age of flfteeo the
married M. Reoamier, a handsome man of
forty-two, and elmostimmediately oommenoed
a long series of tnumpns, aonievea oy ner sur
pening beauty a beauty whioh faselnated all
orders and descriptions of men joined to n
winning grace,' a qalok intelligence, and a real
oapsoity for genuine and lasting friendship. .
ins women ot i ranee influential trorn a
remote period have at times acquired a de
gree of power, amatinpv to such readers as
Have never carefully Btudied their complex
training, and tns singular and complex ma
terial which they moulded and ruled. But
Madame Becamier gathered about her an ele
gant and high born society, rather literary
than political, and attracted its members as
much ny ner oaszung personal onarms, as ny
any pretentions to wit and intellect. Still
she became a social power. She reached the
springs of Pariiian journalism and held, to
some extent, the temporary reputation of the
best men in France In her keeping.
Powsll's Pairtino Obdssed from Paris.
Mr. W. H. Powell, the painter of "The Burisl
of De Soto," and of "The Discovery of tbe
Mississippi," has just completed the painting
ordered by the eminent Paris publtsblng-bouie
of Gonpil " Washington taking the Last Fare
well of bis Mother." - The hero, says tbe New
York Bonn Journal, is kneeling at hor feet,
while Msry stretches out her arm In blessing
the attitudes are expressive, jet dignified; the
artist has combined the heroie with the pa
thetic in an unusual degree : he has alto cre
ated a faee for the mother of Washington. No
portrait of her is accessible, and Powell had to
imagine one which should retain a likeness to
her illustrious son. He has lucoeeded in thl
difficult and delioate task. The faot that an
order should oome to an American artist from
aerost the Atlantic, is at onoe honorable to
him and beooming to other Americans.
Pbop. Lows and his Balloor Votaob a
Hcxbuo. The balloon expedition of Prof.
Lowe Is finally elosed for the leason, and the
promised aerial trip to Xnrope postponed
mainly "on aooonnt oi me weather." ah tne
apparatus having been removed from the
palace groundt, visitors who, on Thursday,
were allured to tne spot, to witness an ascen
sion in the email balloon, found "the great
o(oo itself gone like the baseless labrio of
vision." The heavy blow on Thanksgiving
Hay rendered tne preliminary aioension lm
possible, so that no visitors were admitted, and
no money received. The balloon has been
carried to a place near the gas-home, at the
foot of fourteenth-street, Worth Klver, when
N. Y. Times, Nov.
Valoablb Diboovibt or Babttbs. A young
Glerman from New York city, on a visit to
friend in Woodstock, Ulster County, a few
weeks ago, discovered some bright pebblet
a brook, and put them in his pocket. On hit
return to the city some solentifio men pro-
noanoed the pebbles specimens of barytct
the finest kind, and worth twenty-fire thou
sand dollars per tun, The young man re
turned to Woodstock and bought one hundred
acres of the land, inoluding the mine, and hat
since told one-half of the property to compa
nies in New York for $25,01)0.
A Patriotic PosT.Count Carlo Pepoll, long
a resident in England, and well known as
ncet and scholar, was recently offered
dignity of President of the University
.Bologna, lie answered he would oniy accept
on one condition, and that was, tnat ne snouia
be allowed to open the University in the morn
ing, to close it again immediately in the even
ing of the same day, after distributing to
students applying for a certificate of matricu
lation billets of admission into me ranks
the various corps of the national armies.
liM '.' i '. -Bt- ' 1 i
A Horsb Eillbd by a Hoo. A day or
aero a farmer residing near Flshilll, N.
turned a valuable horse into a lot in whioh
large hog was penned. During the day
hog managed to break out of the pen, and fol
lowed the hone wherever it went, and
next morning the horse was found dead in
lot. with nearly all the flesh torn from
head and nsok. A large wound was found
the steed's side, bearing evidence to the assail
ant's voracity. ;
A Lady Poisobbd to Diath bt a Dbdoout'b
Bldndib. Miss Anne Nloholson, a daughter
of Mr. L. Nloholson. residing in Philadelphia,
died latt week from the effects of six grains
ulphate of morphia administered by mistake
for aulnhate of auinine in pills, which were
procured at the store of Haitard ft Oo., at
nortn-weei corner oi xweuia ana vnntuui-
' FsAiruL Ravaois optbi Scablbt Fbvbb.
Soarlet Fsver, In Its worst form, is raging
various Darts of Blair County, Pennsylvania.
In the vicinity of Olaytbnrg, and around
Blue Knob, such Is the, malignity of
disease that children, In seemingly perfect
health, died In twelve to twenty-four hours;
and It is not uncommon for two to be intoned
In one grave.' ." ' .' " ' " '
Bbbum ' Thbolooioallt Conbidbrid.
correspondent of tbe Epiteopo.1 Rtooritr
f;ues that Berlin is the quietest and best place
n Germany for theoloarieal students.
says : ' " The American element among
students is large and growing. Last
there ' were forty Americans attending
lectures." ' -
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A DistmioH Jovbbai. Jubilant ovsa Hab-
pbb'i Fbbby. The Charleston (S. C.) Jfereury,
in a late itsne, under the head of " Mirabile
Dlctu," has the following: .
"Strange things are come to Pass. Five
short years ago, and the Democratic press and
politicians, north and South, East and West,
from Maine to Mexico, and from the Atlantic
to the Pacific Oceans, proclaimed their halle
lujahs over the eternal settlement, now and
forever and a day, of the great nigger (va
North and South) question.' Never no,
never, never, never was the glorious Union
to nrmiy aet upon Its broad basis of equal
right and equal protection North and South.
Peace was to reign supreme ; tariffs were to
disappear : taxes were to be even ; the Amer
ican eagle was to spread his wings and soar
aloft, and license was no more to ha seen, but
liberty was to live forever. Tbe faintest Inti
mation of a hint that all these things might
not come about just yet, all at one time, was
received over the whole land as the insanity
of a croaker, and as disaffection next to
"In three short Tears these wild, fond
dreams of many were soattered to the winds ;
for we found ourselves in the midst of the
sharpest, fiercest and moat direct confliot with
the North, we had yet experienced. - Every
prinoiple was trampled under foot by those
sweet lambs, our brethren of the North; every
agreement laughed at ; and the bold Issue
made of Might vs. Right. They had the
uiigut, uu uioy onrnea tno any, in aeriniuu
of our claims and contempt of our assertions.
We were kicked out of Kansas."
Tbe Mercury then goes on to show that the
South nowindorses its views that the Union
must be disiolved.
Intbllbotcal Comvkbbatiox Amomo Wo
mbii. An English writer declares the fact
that the women of our day do not "eon'
verse" and then attributes it to the multi
plicity of studies and the evening confinement
to bookt and school companions. He says:
It should be as much a matter of duty and
of eonsoienoe to insist on out-door extreiit and
in-door $ocial reerealum, as upon any of tbe
regular exercises of the school-room. School
atudiea should be confined absolutely to sohool
honrt. To allow them to encroach upon the
later hours of tbe day, and upon the graceful
household duties and recreations, whioh either
are, or ought to be provided for every girl at
nome; in otner words, to subordinate home
training to sohool-trainlng, or to intermit the
former in favor of the latter, is a most pal pa
ble and ruinous mistake. It is bad even in an
Intellectual point of view.
lo lay nothing of other disadvantages, it
deprives gltts or tne best opportunities they
can ever nave or learning that most feminine,
most beautllul, mott uselul of all aooomplith.
ments the noble art of conversation. For
conversation is an art at well as a gift. It is
learned best by familiar intercourse between
young and old, in the leisure and unreserve of
the evening sootai oiroie. Hut when young
girla are banished from thix eircle by the
pressure of sehool-taeks, talking only with
their sohool-mates till they "come out" Into
loeiety, and then monopolised entirely by
young persons of their own age, they easily
learn to mistake ohatter for conversation, and
"small talk" becomes for life their only me
dium of exchange. Henoe, with all tht inlet-
Itctual training of th day. tktrt never tea a
greater aearIA of nUlttuat o.raton.
A Homak Demon in Itai.t. The Italian
correspondent of the New York Timet says
that earnest attempts are being made to de
tect tne assassins oi .uenerai Anviti, tne
wretched minion of the Duke of Parma. To
show what provioation those who killed him
had. the writer narrates the following:
Anviti and a certain Pietro Carini were ri
vals for the hand of a certain Luisa
Carini was victorious. On the evening of the
decision. Anviti, standing at the door of
barber's shop, beard a pistol fired off near
him, and caused Carini to be arrested, and
menaced tbe barber and his apprentices wltb
torture and imprisonment unloBS they affirmed
that they bad heard the shot, and seen Carini
past the door. They, oo the contrary, de
clared that they had heard no shot, and had
not seen Carini during the evening. They
were all imprisoned, but ttill persisted in
their denial, while Carini bo clearly proved
an alibi, mat Colonel Haion, President of the
Council of War, publicly deoiared nis inno
The barber and his friends ware kept in
separate cells, and one morning one ot them
Oiorio Barbierf, the father of a large family
was found Strangled on the- floor of his cell
The other prisoners were advised to avoid
similar fate; One of them, on this, thought
he had heard the shot, and had seen uarini
fire the pistol; and Carini, with two supposed
accomplices, was condemned to death by the
Auditor ot war. Tne tamuy appealed to tne
Duchess, laying before her the infamous facta.
She simply wrote at the foot of the sentence.
"Let it be executed;" and Carini was shot.
This is but one of tbe fiendish aots of tne JSi
Colonel. Let it be borne in mind where the
lamentable vengeance of the rabble of Parma
Inoombs or London Chabitablb Irbtitd
tionb. There are in London twelve hospitala
for general purpossi, forty-six for special pur
poses, thirty-four dispensaries; giving relief
305,950 persons every year. Ninety-two hos
pitals ( income) xsuu,uuv; twelve societies lor
the preservation of life and health, benefit
ting 59,000, 40,000; seventeen penitentiaries
and reformatories 2,500; fifteen ebarities for
the relief of the destitute, benefitting 150,000,
25.000: fourteen obarities for debtors, widows,
strangers, etc., 30,000; four Jewish oharltles,
exelusive of twenty minor Jewish charities,
10,000; nineteen provident societiet 9,000;
twenty-seven pension aooieties, benefitting
1,000, 58,968; thirty-three trade aootetlea
a purely oharitabls nature, exclusive of self
supporting societies, 113,467; a hundred and
twenty-six asylums for tbe aged, benefitting
8,000, 87,630; nine oharities for deaf, dumb
and blind, f 25,000; twenty-one eduoational so
cieties, 72,i57; thirteen eduoational asylums,
exclusive of sohools supported by government,
1,777 penons 45,435; sixty home missions,
many of which extend their operatipns beyond
the metropolis, 400,000; five miscellaneous,
not admitting classification, ! 3,252; teven
Church of England foreign missions 211,135.
Tbe above represent a total yearly inoome
1,768,945. To these may be added fire other
societies not susceptible of olasslfloatlon,maklng
a total of 1,082,197.
Labt Moboan's Notions About Fashiona
i Youro Ladibs. In a UU-a-ut conversation
on tbe subjeot of some young ladies
had hsen suddenly bereft of fortune, Lady
Morgan said, with an emphatis wave of
dear old green fan, "They do everything that
ia fashionable imptrftttly; their singing, and
drawing, and dancing, anil languages, amount
to nothing. They were educated to marry,
and had there been time they might have
gone off with, and hereafter rem, husbands.
They ean not earn their own salt; they do not
even know how to dress themselves. I detire
to give every girl, no matter her rank, a trade
a profttrim, If the word pleases you better;
cultivate what Is necessary In the position she
Is born to; cultivate all things In moderation,
bat thing to psrtciwti, no matter what
is, for which the has a 'talent drawing, must
S, embroidery, housekeeping even; give,
a staff to lay hold of, let her feel 'thit will
earrv me through life without dependence.'
was independent at fourteen; had never went
In am . . J V v
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
[By the Overland Mall.]
Two Days Later from California.
UJ. JJUU1D, 11VIW1U1I U X AJW VTQliUlU
Mail, with dates from San Francisco to the
7th Inst., two days later than received by the
steamer Baltic, reached here last night. ,
t ..... mrAw.mv-M oo rrii.. n.-i l
Tne Governor of California nas ordered an
election to be held on the ' 10th of December
fill the vacancies in the State Senate. This,
is anticipated, will be a very exoiting elec
tion, involving the question whether the Leg
islature shall grant the right to construct
bulkheads to protect San Franeisoo harbor,
the - project Involving the expenditure of
An association has been formed at Ban
Francisco, with the intention of embracing
the whole State, for the purpose of exolnding
the Chinese from all employment, excepting
the lowest kind. - '
Business at San" Francisco was stagnant.
There had beerr no safes sinoe the departure
of the steamer, on the 6th inst. - '
Tne whaling ship, AfasMAuet, thirty-one
ays from Ochotsk Sea, reports that ud to the
27th of September, tbe whole amount of oil
taken was 25,670 barrels. The Mauachmett)
furnishes tne following information:
May 28 Captain Palmer, of the bark
KinqUhtr, was carried down by a line at
tached to a whale, and lost. . , ,-
Angust 28 Captain . Waterman, of the
bark . D, Ihompxm. died, and was buried on
Elbow Island. . ; . -. .. ,
August 28 Cept, Salman, of the brig Mi
dot, died at Ay an. ,.
The bark rhomw:, of Nantuoket. whiob ha
been miaaing sinoe last fall, was lost on Elbow
Island, Ootober 12, 1858. -
The remains of the bark Ocean Wave, of New
Bedford, whioh has also been missing, was
found on Planless Rookr, ten miles north of
Elbow Island. .Nothing had been heard from
tbecrew. , ; ;n i
Capt. Handy, of the bark Photnix, in a let
ter to the San Francisco Diners, savs that his
vessel had been driven ashore in a heavy gale
and soon went to pieces. He and hia orew
wintered on the ialand, and Were taken off bt
the JfousacAtueffs last spring. The Ocean (Tape
was wrecked in the same gale, and there is
little doubt the whole crew perished.
. Br. Lodis, November 28. A dispatch from
San Franeisoo, dated Monday, 6 P. M., over
taking tne man at uiiroy, says that trade
opened fair for the first of the week. ' Light
sales of choice bacon at. 12 a. , Lard 13c.
Jane butter 35c. The' market oloaes quiet,
More About Wreck of the Indian.
St. Johns, N. B., November 27. We have
received a lengthy account of tbe steamer
Indian which, however, presents very few faett
When the sews first reached Halifax that
steamer was a shore off the point indicated,
there was great excitement ..there, as It was
luily believed to be the Delta, which had left
port a few days before for Sidney, with a num
ber of passengers, and the 'first Intelligence
which reaohed Halifax that the wrecked vessel
waa the Indian nod not the 2)(a, was strangely
enouzh received from the afant of the Asso
ciated Press in New York. ' Oh this Intelligence
uuiig uuuuruiuu, auiive prttpar&wuua lur roiltll.
were made Dy all the public innctlonarles on
shore, as well as the officers of the British wai
vessels lying at the harbor. The result is al
ready known. It is believed that but twenty
four, or at the most, 'twenty-seven, were lost,
and the most of theBe were drowned when the
ship parted in two. Many of the passengers
who were saved were robbed ef all their bag
gage by the people on shore and left utterly
destitute. ' 'Mit ' : - k.u ).
The following steerage paraengers are known
to be among the lost, Tn addition to the
already published: Alexander Dean, Tbomas
M. Clevehouse, and William Johnston.
Wasbiiioton, November 28. It is under
stood that ths President's nsxt annual mes
sage will not be more than two-thirds
length of that of 1858. It is ready for
Whatever designs France and Spain may
have on Mexioo, with a view to fix ita future
form of government, there is nothing to war
rant the suspicion that Great Britain is united
with them for that purpose. The subjeot
Mexioan affairs will doubtless be prominently
presented to the consideration of Congress
during the ooming session. ' j 1 1 - '
i. Among the recent arrivals are persons
formerly held office in the House of Repre
sentatives, and who are here waiting the
in hopes of being reinstated.
more than usually large number of aspirants
for ths positions of Clerk, Door-keeper
Postmaster hare besides drawn hither a
increase of place-hunters. ,
Additional Mexican News.
New Oblbahs," November 28. Gen. Mlra
mon commanded in the affair at Querer,
which Doblado was defeated.
Doblsdo, with 6,000 men, after defeating
portion of Miramon's army, halted a week,
after giving Miramon time to reinforce
- There was great rejoicing at the capital
the victory of Miramon over Doblado.
It was reported that Joarei intends asking
our immediate armed intervention.
Degollado was conoentrsting his troops,
was about to march on Gnnanagusta.
Later from Pike's Peak.
St. Lodis, November 28 The Denver
Express, with dates to the 17th inst., and $6,000
in treasure, reaohed Leavenworth on the
inst.- - -. - - -
The Provisional Government was working
harmoniously. The Legislature wai engaged
in perfecting a code of laws and concerting
measures to raise a revenue to oarry on
Government. Mining operations continued
be prosecuted to a considerable extent,
weather having been more favorable than
To Members of Congress.
Tbe following dispatch was received
morning by Mr. E. F. Fuller, Agent of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in thit eity :
Please give notice to members of Congress,
and others, wbo desire to be in Washington
before the meeting of Congress, that a special
train will leave Washington Jnnction n
val of our Express, on Sunday morning,
of thai their arrival
L. M. COLE,
General Ticket Agent.
Clivbiakd, November 28. The Democratic
Convtntion of Cuyahoga County stood Doug
las, 128; Buchanan, 10. '
Collector Parks, and V. S. Clerk, Green,
went for Douglas. U. S. Marshal, Johnson,
was voted down in his own Ward.
Non-Arrival of the North Briton.
PoBfiAVn, November 28 Noon. The
steamer Jfarth Briton, with Liverpool
datet to ths 10th Inst., has not yet been
Death of a Pioneer.
Risiko Sex, November, 28 Samuel
one of the pioneer oltizens of Cincinnati,
at his residence in this place, yesterday,
ighty-sevan. ,,v,.,;; v;.,.-;,.. .,
RATES OP ADVERTISING
AdTMtlMiw. noteeeediBt:Jve lln(Aate,
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Larger advertisements Inserted at' the following
yrr rates tor snaiw of tot lines or Ums:
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In ' ' ' braaehea, done with neatnee and dbaatrh
:.; ?;7 . AT THE t,.t:'. .' .
Klechanics' Fair, '58
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December 7, 1858.
THIS STOVE HAS HOW BEEN BEFORE
the public three seasons, and owing to Ita pop
ularity and increased demand, we have tiwn coui
iMllad to make two mora iliea hit?lnff Kl X mxi-m
complete, suitable, from tL. aomllwt lamily up tn
tbe largest olass boardlmr-honM. Tbe celebruv
these btoves have gained for themselv.cau not t.
too nigtirjr appreciated, a every lamily having tlu m
In use oan truly testify.
Thanking the public for tb.Ir generous euDBort. It
is our determination to supply the wauls of the com.
munity with the benefit! which a practical uiecbnn-
eel education can only supply. ,
ADAMS & PECKOVER
Inventors, Proprietors dc Mnnufncturi-rH,
N0VELTI IROiN FOUNDER!,
1$ 3 3
FOUBTH-BT., NEAR 8MITH, CIN., O.
We beg leave, most respectfully, to offer the follow
ing certificates and reference of familic. uning the
Alligator, which will, at a glance, reniovu all doubu
of Ita lutrlmio uierlta:
Tor Hue month. 1 hare been using tbe AlliSHtor
Coal Cooking Stoves Its superior conkln qimliii. ,
combined v.ltb its oleanlUiw, musteveutuaiiynt-ttti
to the owners a large share al nubile ptruiiitK.
JoUN Mel.lt AN.
, I have bean u.iug on. of Meeaie. AUamn A I'uk
over'e All Igaror Cook Stoves for wimt uiui.tl.n. )i b
gives entire- latisfactiuu in every' renpoci. .-nU i-md
cheerfully recemuifnit It to thorn ho hi In u n i i t
a auperiur cook itove. 11. B. LUAVI1T
Fur tbe last year I have been usinrf Uw All it tin r
Coal Cooking Stove, manufactured by Meier a.Ihuik
A Peckover, nhioh I considar a euperlor stov. . i .1
gives the utmost mtiafactlon. It I. lliv uijlyn.m I
ave found that cooks perfectly with roul.
. . - 1JJCMKY VALLETI 10
Jfor some time past I have been using uji.ui SU- r-.
Adams A Peckover'e A lilgatur Itoal t.inikluK hi.-i-t-..
and can recommend then, ae being a auiieriot rit.vi.,
giving entire satisfaction in every rwu.m't.
JOS. 1HJSHNELL, Cval .Uurohhiit.
' I cheerfully indorse th. above.
Boa. Judge McLean, Clif
Hob Judge Lenitt, 85 E.
Judge Vau Ham, m
Joseph W.W a) D,3H. -'I.
Ji. llrooks, nit. Aulmiii
ttov. W. 8 K.nuedy, 14
I. If. Jours, 24 Fourlli,
Dr. Norton, 3M Souitli,
D. TliatcPer, 329 George,
Ur.Kolker, 5e8th, -
CIn.Orphan A,ylum,llm, Joe. Talboit, 4uu 7th.
wm. jouy, iii tan.
John Kobler,349 4th,
So.Gct7jiid!iui;r. li'i fimitli
Smith A Witniock. . Mrs. Aleasou, Vu st rf,
i.HmiAri. nmn.x K w lunn. w 1
It. Valletta. 3474th.
N. 6. McLean, Olendale,
11. B. funk, 2M Vlue,
Jos. Buihnell.coal uier.
Mrs. Uowllt.5! E. till,
Mrs. H. P. Tnylur, 2M1 tleo.
41 re. JlcPliernciti, s. K. cor.
Jas. uspy, iwttn,
J. Jeffrey, Hag. uaa W'Xa, A, A. Clark, 1'inics oflice,
Dixtn aim itacn,
T. U. xeatmau, btorrsTp, r. L. weaver, 3V3 Joliu,
A. w. jrancisco, irea .r. vtniinniu, mum
A. Hughes, Commercial,
W. B. Wells, Ota' U Type
E.O, Hoes, 24 Longwortb,
i;bu. bhadwiok, Sot 4th,
T. W. Hgrague, 13 7th,
Mr. Houghton, 16o8th, .
Wm.Comatoca, 261 4th,
O. Hole, 161 7tb,
J. Harvey, 207 Longwortb
John Anderson, 413 4th,
Jonathan Ogden, 1U tth,
W. W. Woods, 4.V4tb,
John Tanner, Wrightion
A Co.'s nrinting oftlce.
James 8. Eoflett. In7 ath,
John A. Hook, 30V George
f. V. iliiMike, 14V John,
Jackson M. Noblo, 411 3d,
H. Hackmnn, 4(ie3d,
Oliaa. Uoodnian, 'M2 4lli,
John C. llorrin, 113 Mill,
J. A. Slar.y, 4H sth,
Oilwon St M'Dormlil, Viun
liiaac Marsli, 'Mi IhnTKH,
Ham P. Laniidiin, I2rlh,
J. H. Fulweller, Long
worth and W eatern-row ,
D. K.Caily, 7idth,
Alf, Burnett, 164 Atli,
A. B. COLVILLE,
No. 41 Xait Seoond-.treet. between Svcnrmint aoil
Broadway, OlUGlnnatl, keeps every description of
Counter, Platform, Cattle, Ballroad Depot,
and Track Hen lea! Trucks,
Iron Waioni, otr.
Bepalrng done on the shortest notice, nol-etn
PRESERVES, JELLIK8,FRESH FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES, AO.-JOUN BATES hue
now on band a full asaortmeut.of Presereres, Jellieo,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, KnliBh l'lckl.-n aud
Sauce, and other forelsn dellcacfee. Alao, fine W in..,
Brandies, Irian ana eootcn uihi, Jamaica l.um,
4o. Alao, Havana tlgars of thicholceat drscriptiun.
For sale oy jounss i se,
noal national Theater Hing,Sycamoro-at.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
J. FARROW & SON'S
flELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
receivea uauy Dy tne Auami ax
nreaa domnanv. in whole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
tne very nest quamy. j. a. tin in up,
Agent, no. r i lim-iireet, oei. iuain
M. B.-Tho trace auppneu on the must liberal
terms. ' ociwm
lATO. 60 SIXTH-STREET
I AM RECEIV-
A.W IMS dally, Bowe, Mahony
Planted OytUrs.which I am telllii
& Co.i Dlebratci
low prices by case or doten. LienTers aud rTuuiilu.
a .t niniTA'Uf1,t,refl
wanting every large, iresn oyster, will plerie aocd
their orders. Attached to this establishment is
nice, tuiet, reepectable Saloon, where you can have
Oysters Cooked in every atyle, and served up in a
olea i and saperlor manner. Charges less thnu at any
other plaoe. . oclOJ JOH NA1UN.
O A V,A QNA'S
Oyster Importing Houso.
MO. 31 WEST HFTH-MTREKT.
THB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
IMO daily, per Express, his solendld Oysters.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all tlniea during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "nnd
the rest of mankind," with tbe most DKMUiOCH
BIVALVES Imported to tbe Uueen City. limit but
the very beat Imported, Great inducements uttered
at thla Imtiarttntf.houae.
Order sioliclted and promptly filled. Terms cash.
PKTEll CAVAli.V A,
Sole Importer and Proprietor,
i , . . . . -PBAiaa im
(gki.O : COVE
'.rO' Spiced Oysters,
'IPHE STTBSCBIBER IS NOW BKCK1V
ISO DAILT, by tbe Adam, Kttt tn, r-.M.l-Bflwerlo-renewned
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyster.
;'.'i-'-v' - also- "
;. Fweb. Herrrro.llf.eealed CUTE, BPK'KI a
riOBll)OXSlAtllS. p- ... .. .
. ! ,1 B0B1S)1T.0BB, Agent
t SfMfii' t - A tut Veaet,!! West ritth-etwt'
-i !i u f.iu nv a 1 1 l."- :
m-;t ; .' f-; ' '