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TUsVpto.? pBBiWIj deliver toiabscribers u
wacsnati,uovua and Newport, nndsur- ,
C'J . ia towne, et the es ' '
tromely Iowprloeof '"' "J,i .",';',
Blk-OWITS a'.wjhpaxaii.di TO CAHBI1B.
em , ,.u ifmteMW vannwi Z', U&V '
Single ooptes to.; 1 month 40o.j I monthsflt I r it.
I. . I . . , ll-l,l , , .1
Til. Ill' I I, H. ..ii. '.II , . , 1 , .
. ... wawa mn y.,ttiTw. i d f
J ob'sj A', 'lulu, 1 i.mJoU Imm ul AMOaier,
On which occaalon n additional attraction wnrbe
offered In the persoy of ,ber onarmlng to eccom-
.thenewcokaedy celled " ' - , .
' THE ATTORNBYND THE ACTRESS:
J.t r't--.-', 0rNTOR4I AKT. , .. ,
Arinlnhue u i.......... Hall
WMMIIIIIHMUUMIHNM MSI Fleher
w lork. Tlmi brmnt
TBI WANDHBINQ BOT& OV'ftWlf ZtbiD.
. . Pml..,....,...,...,.. , .....HIM UMgi Mlioh-ll
.. Juitin .. Mi,Jllia Huf Ana V Ucoall
' ' To (elad wltH' ..... i ..i:.ji .
7, i. '- TBB LADUSS' STEATAGEMj'' i..
Mrrt Wllton,.w..-..Uln Ukf(l HitoktH
Uorf Ooibarn.. Hi.oittcaa
In preparation, a thrilling drama called "Toniaunt
..i&'Oatertnrai Or, Th In.urraotion of St. Dom,no,"
h7I)om biai ej (jtaftA-iiM at 78 o'olook.
Pbiou or Anmuaioii Dreu ulrole and PanjOetU,
eOocntti Gallery, ScnU.
JAT I ON A1VT H EAT E IX.
' t BErlKFIT OP, MBS. FARIIEN. '
And Ifth night OlHbr aa&Aptlibetl M IkMaa.
MISS KAN NY FITZ FARKEN.
IBIS (Vrlday) EyjlNO, Docamber It. will U
iwl.d the .ntir. saw play, fn Ore acta, ntltlaa
' THE WIDOW'S 8TEATAGEM; j
Or, Two Wati op TutiNa a Stoet. '
Madam da BlAiiao...... Mr.. Farrea
JaanatU ..Ulia Fanny Flit Farroa
BAuuid arJiJereau-.,,.,,.................. W. Carter
Alanbtld'tatlugey m.,...T.'0. Ii. Allen
Dane ........,. ......M1 Jenny Bight.
To conclude with the exoelliBt comady, called
VXQ WOFFINQTON; Ob, Masm ard Paois.
iPg WnffiigtOD..! .i... Sin. Airren
rabel Vaie ..I .TJldla rnny Kiti ttrren
TrlDlet '.... W. Cartar
Mr. Krneat Vane u..Vandere
TBB NEW NATIONAL HOTIL. adjoining the
Theater, U now open for the reception of gneata.
itcona can ba obtulsed by the day or week, and
mealsfartitabeo)etallhur ' '
NuTIOI. Tradeeman and othere are cautioned
, agaliMt furnishing any artlclea for the theater with-
cut a written order, ngned ty ine manager,
3 plkE'S i'x)PJBlj-WC(JJE.
Ubaa, H, Barrae
' V B. OOUWAyeMeeMiteleti'iteMOvleeelept.HtD
BENEFIT OP MH. . J3 MURDOCH.
THIS (Vrlday) XVKNINU, DeoeBber'l'WlU be
preaented Sherldan'i comady of
THE SCHOOL TOR SCANDAL.
i Oharlel 8urface.. Hurdocb
81r Feter Tttaile...
i a it te eeewee esieea a JV D W l J
Mir Benjainln Baokblte,
, .. .,. PETTICOAT GOVERNMENT, i
Mr. Hectic, an old Bachelor ..................-....Catldge
tin; Carney...;.......!..,.. ..,A....i,...,u...U. Place
a&JcTjw , fgiM ,Uo.'w,?, f,lry
,. k ifsiotaor Anxuuoii.-Parauetw Circle, Prquette
and Balcony, fio cents ; - Amphitheater, ' SO oenta;
:; Private Boxes tor eight perooaa, $4. , ' ,
. , Doora open at 6!U o'clock: commenoe at 7M. i
" Box Office own from 10 A. Uj until 4 4. ai.. where
eata oan be aecured. . J. w. HKKugBT, Treas'r,
CMITH k NIXON'S
. I i , ..SUtVAB . BIT
PORS, SXBISITSD IN THIS CITI. '
LAST ARCTIC VOYAGE,
Wednesday, Thnreday, Friday and Satuasu
day Nlahts, Deo. 14, 10, 16 Bad 17.! ' 3
''VmcOATJIET 00.'S OolloBaal' Panoramic and
Dloramlc Illustrations of Dr. Kane's world-renowned
. last Arctic Voyage, embracing complete voyage
' from New Tork to the Jtegloos of Ice, and vlTldly
portraying the perllons aivemnrM, wonderful dls
ooTeries and singular phenomeuk witnessed by Dr.
. Kanaand his brave companlonednrlnstbcit famous
Expedition in search ol'kflr Johu Frauklln, executed
under the eiiperviswn .of Mr. Thuataat Hickey, Br.'
Kane's companion, by the gnat American Artist,
Oeorge Reilee, K4.,' Trbm' privarV Bralngi , and
Skeiches furnished by llie, lata, Dr. .Kane, , Mr.
THOMAS UIOKEY, who accompanied Dr. Kan.'s
reputatiou through his devoted attachmeat to the
lamented navigator, will appear a eaoh kxhlbltion
, ... in Kiqnlmaux C!oatume. i "
' - MnnVinterestlnf lellcaof Arctic XxManaAod wfll
tf hiblted, emoug which ara Or. Kane'ao-lebrared
snulmaux Hledge Dog Toodl&rmlc, the beautiful
Kaoiachatka iibg SUio,vArotle. Bmeee,
senled ur Queen Victoria to Mr. Tho
'Ka.tmBiaex Boat or Ksvaok,'WaJros' Tusks, Whale's
eer' Exhibition every (rrelrlrig at talf-put -seven.
Baturilay afternoon at three o'clock, ,,, ,,,, )
'rickeU26cents:0hlldren Til cents.'"'" " I J'
hi UK-Biekey's Narrative ot the lat Arotlg txpe
dltlon forsale by tue author, at the door. Price lOdt
' del3-e v : :
R; AND MRS. SHAHKS'S
' SECOND Tfifttt.
The lessons are so arranged, that beginners can
commence at any time. deMf .
tiHRISTMAS OXFI8. Do notibny a Pi
'sno ontll yon have called at No. mr '
" Tt Went Foirrtb-at , 'and seer Lighte
Pianos will speak for themselves. I will rent and
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t .. The laraeat stock of Melodeont inlliecitr. deli
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.-You will find
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arotners'i lawvenv iwoon. a, uo.'Si
and Peton. Cmgg A ' 0. 1 Pianos.
at No, 66 wnt FootthHilreat. , I. will
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Plaaos tuuedand repaired by Thoa. Atkins, dell
llicelsior Fluid Ink. ,
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PEN AND SCISSORS
tefThe population of Mobilt, Ala., Ii it
dawn at 32,000. . f .
"JZfi'Sl ;AiJppW compoiito (ed at
0ottanoa,jranii, etvtra) dy0,ji oon
jBfV!lly Sugg, an old and raspeotable
oitiiao, liviuf about ilx mllea from Hendenoo,
Ky., oommltud luloide by banging blmseLf.
yWk Sunday afternoon temperance meet
ing, held ' in the .square of Tredegar, Wlw,
rwaatttttoaed, ky 10 j)00 peraani. j, g
tlirs. Agaiiii'i lntereiting work, en
titled Aafaw, a Firtt Luton in Natural Bitlorg,
has been repnbliihed in London.
J&An Indirsot way of getting a glatt of
water, at a watering place, ii to call for a
. tbird oup of tea. , , , ' ,
'fflBTTbatTer,Mid4 iouobel .was (turned
low uio..; o tuesv ubti, eonoD' a pianwiia
gold and he'll turn anything. -",
John Adami aaid truly that education
makes more difference between man and man,
than nature hai made between man and brute.
jtaVSaeing a newspaper editor for libel b
ATIn one week, the births of 822 boyi
ana 805 glrli, la all 1,827 ebildren.were reg
litered In London. ' ' ' ' '
ffi&"Qm friend Baifus has discharged his
serrant girl became she Insisted on doyoting.
two hpuri a day In studying Freneh.
y JIt Is estimated that two-thirds of the
penuJaUpn. efitjie United States have it least
two initial letters to their namet.' a w
'aVThe earth is a tender and kind mother
to the hnebandmanr-and yet one lesson he
harrows her bosom, and at another pulls her
ears. i. n v. UJ.i'.'ttv
Henry : RobJqsoB, qf , Spottaylvanla
County. .Va. left his honee lately while labor-
.log hnder a disordered aind, and on Thors---iui.
o.v!t. ...it.. a.fd.,i.
rlhree hundreJ.and. sixteen lark's and
thirty small ooal boafa, have been sent down
tha Ohio Kiver this icaion, with about six
million! of bainels It ooal. -
'.' 'SritAi expsole(''t, by the middle of
January , telegraphte , eomtnunloAtlon - will
have been established bstween Londoni and
0alcUttaiaV?y(';e7, ,it olf-,-Vlu. e'il'' il 1 I
' 'ffO-.A 1 yonsg man named, Hopkins,' for
merly a book-keeper at the Eiohknge Hotel,
in Richmond, Virginia, committed sultsle re
cently In Now Orleans. 4.U-$'-MlU
: ,aSF The negro- Jaohson, under sentence
for violating the petton or a young lady, In
: To4d County; Kentuchywin Br xsonted at
Klkton; on tn a oi uoeember. ,-i-, ,A
mr' i- ... : it-.-i . -. i ,.! i .(
. aSaTTTbree, sisteri and three brothers were
aUinarritd to eaeh other Ott the fame day by
the same minister reiently i In ' Covington
County 'Alabamav. u'--r''
' Arkansas tontalna 325,185 inhabitants;
of thet: 80,885 are slaves. The InoreaBe of
taxable property for the laik nix years has
(oan lis n.r 'Aen f 1 ' ' '' '" .
pr ur. Bcott-a most estimaDie ouiien,
was) found 'murdered near Greenville, Ala.,
a few days ilnoa, . It ii supposed he bad eon.
elderable money in his possession at the time
mr.;::: WW . tr.
,,,pA. man ' nkms Evan killed another
namsd Qallighey, In Calhoun. 06nntj(, Arkan
sas, In a most brutal manner, and Levi ismlth
killed a bov lit mod ' Jonas Alaton. in Dallas
Oounty In the same fitate, rwntly. ; , '
' i.i i n ": i. ..., . .,., ,., i f.
'JBTA raft; meseencung , tne uumnariand,
near Nashville,- Tenn., the bther day, ran on
to the pier ef the lower bridge,, atnkiog tt im
mediately, whereby some four or live of the
.hands wata drowntd. v!"",' ,.
'-.ijar On'laesdayl'.ia' Kew ifork, tpntsnos of
death wai pronounced for the third time upon
Jamei Stephens; lately convicted of poiioning
his wife, and the third day of February next
was fixed si the day of execution. "" ,
' tt Henry Jnmperts, who haa been on his,
second trial for murder in Cbioago for the
Sut three weeks, for murdering his mistreat,
ubbia, Werner, has1 been acquitted, the jury
having been dot sixty-four hours.
' jpesrThe' Jefferson Home at Jefferson, Wis'.','
was destroyed by lire last week. Loss $8,000.
Immediately after the fire a row occurred at a
groggiry and one ot two persons Were stabbed
with a bowle knife.1 '" ' ; ,
JmWA- few days sisos a l!ttle ohild, six
month old, ion of Mr. Leavee, of Jefferton,
Wis-i was scalded with the contend of a oup
of oeffee, from the effeots of which It dlsd in
'.arTharloW,Wed, jn a lata letter to the
Pioneer Aaaoclatlon of Western, Nsw York,
sari that he went to Rochester, In 1822, with
a fortune eonitl,ng of a wife and two chil
dren, and a, sash oapitftl of l 26 In bis pocket,
' Anexohaogeaajs: ,,'Itiseaiy to talk
of dissolving th- Union,' but the question
ariies what, will yoq dissolve It Int , In the
mlnglsd tears and blood of a dhtraeted and
unhappy natioia-rmnos.lhs freest ard most so
lightened on th. globe. - - .M.. j
.BtA aubaorlptloJbsSljein commenced In
Manchester in aid of the Jewa who have fled
from Moroeoo, In oonsequehoe of the; impend
ing War fn that eonntry, and sought" refuge and
protection la Gibraltar, where, they re now
luering the greateet privations.-mi-h ;
VI JrffleVMal pubijlc bodies and sooletlas eon
. oeeted with. the Highlands have memoriallied
the Scotoh Univenittes Commissioners to tike
-the seeftit$ kfsp's for lostuiulng and endow
ing Celtic professorship! in some or all of the
Sootoh Universltlea.JiHOZ'? :-'fffi j
.; 'Miss MuthaUalaea' Butt, bl. M.Vof
' WoitTpll, tVa,hai-"llprssi, 'ind "Till ' pub
lish, whew 4rk nams4 ZMsWaJnoMeiia. The
lueeeisof the'DTsTloui writings of this sooom
pliihed write n a guaranty of the sxcellenos
of tha frrtfccomtpg tolnms. : (j
.Hil'lriil 1-TTHI :,l'r
- it ExwMsiv Swixolino is- MABMOHosma."
Benjamin H. Noyea, of Newburyport, im sr4
rented ftftfaat eity a day or two tlnce, on a
lOhartJeVby: business orrrlfif Boston.of obtain
ing goods si varions stores, there.to th amount
pf laVeral1 thonrand "dollsrs, by false represan
UlionCoitb good! 'obrtjjiad, mm qf; various
kiridil soch' as furs, pork, booki, Ac, rained
'lttllbdtrt,)rO;000."'Noyea was taken before the
Polios Court and put under bonds of $2,000.
Hour A. Pitob ax a SotDiia. Ths Mobile
(Ala.) HegUtir' draws ' this very flattering pic
tare of Roger A. Pryor, the duel-fighting, edi-
ipmuwriting. Intensely aelf-woribtplog new
member of Cwngrwt, during his brief engage,
ment as a Virginia p.q'wiR, , .. ,-
Amoni the VirisUna Ja a ..frail.islloate
little Cajlewr with -ja. oleari gray , eye, boyish
mouth, and, air,-part4, in- the jniddle, and
falling behind, his, sars,, and a tlght-tttlng
a.rgsant! nnUotm, with siUex-hiltsd sword, a
soarlet plume, and pair okrighjt gilt shoulders
pieces, jue la their cavalier, their "tjowld
boy," and his name Is Roger A. Pryor, Orderly
to , the .eompapy of Riflemen from . Peters
burg. As he passed 'down' tho line, head
erect, toei out, eyes in front fourteen
paeea, he remlnied -ma of a bonny bit of
a woman dresaed in uniform aa for example,
Marie la JUltd Btgimtntl But when Be opened
tbd.preltjt lips, and the round,, Anellow tones
tripped out in true military grace a loldler
a loldler every inch a soldier I He Is a sol
dier.. He walks like one,' talkslike one', and
lookslike one when he draws tha shinning
UadabadgyVes the Mnssani el lisjaujerlstrs.
Bat on rest, as he stands negligently at the
head of his squad, he appears, as I have be
fore said, a pretty, bounding, spirited gir,
trimmea out tor war; ; , v , i
i. .ir.i- i i. I i . lasea ).
Riuarkaili Qratiudi or a Fasitox
CiwroKbr-s-Tho" Lytmtr Jownali'havo th
Mr. It , a wealthy' merobant, at
vs., vwi4. i u i uo j vui a afjv. jjuuk.i-hvu. m. -
taining 3,000f., and though bo bffeted a liberal
reward lor Its restitution, he ' could not heari
Iao akftiil . jXLv - i.A.lilOliA.b
anytning about it. He aoon forgot the matter,
but three days ago "ht reoelved a box contain
lpg ),4S0f. in notes and gold, and this letter:
"Sir,-it was I -whey 'three -attars .ago, found
your pocket-book, I was then a poor fellow,
In lesroh, like Jerome Patucot, of a aooial
position. I at first thought of giving it up to
you, but then I reflected that the money could
not mef e'ybu tTgrsatr VAX -tltjhsr tlnm you
are, while it might enable me to'-prosper n
life." And 'so' I capitulated with my con
oieQoevv Bat I promised to repay you in the"
event of God 'orowntng rxiy efforts with suooeis.
Thii is what J now dot . Here is your money,
and the interest it would have produced you if
Invested. -1 am how tolerably well off, having
riroAparedJa. bWnw.:.Xanvmaxrijc ,d
have a child six months old. I have given
your Christian name to the little fellow, for
thousjh vou bevvbeen unwittlns?lv mv bene
factor, I do not the leaa feel Indebted to yqu,
ana i piess yonr i)ame every aayi"
SraaitttltT ottAjifiikWi The AfontMur
VArmtt hM the 'following' --noBoe of a port
which Ms probably destined to bear the brtint
of the Spanish attack: Tanaier was for a long
time in the poisession of Portugal. In 1669,
after the treaty of the Pyrenees, Spain, who
was then at peace with the whole of Europe,
threatened to crush her nelghhor of the Penin
sula, Who rlaoed herself- under the protection
of England, by giving- a wife to-Oparlea I,
the) Infanta CatheTlDe, dau jht of Sing John
IV. . On thp pocaslon of that marriage, Eng
land promised the asait shoe of 8,000 infantry,
1,000 oavalry, and 8 frigates; and' Portugal
gave Bombay and Tangier! as the marriage
portion eC the Infanta, fanglers' being con
sidere4 a trjfllbg acquisition,' wsa afler'wkrd
abandoned. ' The PorWgeae demanded 4at
the place should bs restored to them rattier
than be given uplo the Moors, bat the polioy
of Charles II refused the application.
onioina ov a jocbkalist in uai iroBii.-i--r
Dr. H. Shipley committed suicide recently
fta,ant iW.Uki... : w L..
conneoted st different times, wfth the Ms
ville Btrald, Grass Valley Ttltgraph, Nevada
Dtmoorat, and finally with the' Demooralto Statt
Journal. He was a native of Boaton, Massa
chusetts. His father was Deacon Simori G..
Shipley, a baker, who formerly did business
on, Union-street, and waa several timet k Dem
ocratic ba'ndldste for th Legislature of Maisa-
otiuietts. During the Fraaer River exeitementi
be visited Victoria, Whatcom, and the Fraaer
River region, "" I
" ' '" - ' ' '- ' -ii J
Final Brttlmsht op th FoiRtsT'SrVjiBoi
Call. 'This vexed question has at last been
settled In New York, by th0retersesappo.irlted;
who decided that Mr. . Forrest must pat bin
divorced wife $4,000 a year froon the-time of
divorce, which, together with costs of suit wlrl
amount to nearly $100,000. As Forrest is
worth half a million, he oan well .afford to 'give
so small a sum for the luxury of getting rid of
a wue. , . iuiAji
Plao !to,Bi"Pmsbntso to Vuoixi,
PistlVapia . The splendid American flag
preaented by the ladies to the Committee of
arrangements ot tne taw union meeting neia
in Philadelphia, has been tent to Governor
Wise ara present to. the Btate of Virginia.
It bears the motto, ''Union forever," sur
rounded by three itar, snd on the reverse
aide the words, "Pennsylvania groeti her sla
ter Stabs Virginia, Peoember, 189.'; v, (
i-liin,'i ri Mil . .axa.im, . ml
A RirssTART - Fssn lovs 8riEiiOAiaT.
The Sptingfleld JtDica relates that a!Wil
braham woman, whV believed .In spirltualiim
and woman's rights,, ilgged Ji.rself . out in
Bloomer aostnma about a , year ago, and left
her husband for parts unknown, but last week
sho returned, a penitent .and altered: woman,
having; changed . her unoouth. garments for
those more befitting to her sex. ; , ; ;
'J " ; lane 'n, j
BitUAioi ist ViBkOHT.-The Legislature of
Vermont has passed a law against billiards,
which , provides' that the selectmen' of tha
several towns In the State ihall, whenever in
their opinion the public good requires it, for-
bid any game or play upon any billiard table
in their respective towns.- The penalty affixed
for playing upon a table, the use of whioh is
forbidden, ii twenty dollars aday. "''
'" ' l '"' ' l. i M i i ' ' ' it
" ' Zissab !H Habnib!. In the 'last century
the Queen of Portugal had a baam ef eight
tebras, whlob probably came-from -Angela.
M. Correa da Serra, the perpetual sseretary of
the Aeade'my of Lisbon, told M. Dureau de la
Mali, In 186l,: that be had often- seen ber
msjeaty about Lisbon with her aebra equipage:
aadtibe of the- rtyal i tables-!a Lisbon Is still
called the stables of the sebras.
As ExoLian-IaiBH BbioaObv Steps have
been taken for the formation of a rifle brigade
toasiet ,of Ui'bmen resident in London,
under the title of "The London Irjsh Vol
unteer Corps." It Is stated that an exceed
ingly efficient body Is likely to be formed in
very short time. ; The applications for enroll
ment In the.. London rifle brigade have
amounted to seven hundred.
(JO i) I , i . en. , ...
A Sivan PomsBMSiiT Indiso A curious
sentence has been peaaed altrwalden,
SwitSetland. One Melchols Risi, accused of
dlltHrb'Bg, the.. publio order, baa been con
demned to a month's imprisonment, and to a
regiilsr attendance for two years, at the morn
ing and ' hftsrnooa ' religions tsrvicss. Could
judloial eruelty go farther than thlsf -IS
,2 , i' 'i l ' ,
Patmxnt op M. C.'s Tho members of Con
gress draw their pay whether tbtyiisre organ
ized or not. They. ona ..ejiporienoed the In
convenience of having to wait for their money
till the House was organized, sn-l they took
good dare to make the law so liolt on that
point, tha no further aaouyaooe. will arise
k, . .a.f:.iji 7 T i-
luWrffe M ZZK1'
Ohrtstopher Wien, aodwillTie remove
i.iw.l. .lint San.iDn IM Vmtwnm Am..
.- ... . .w. ... .m .-..u.. -aw
trserdlnary esoaps from tha prison of Orleans,
France, took place woeotly - A man named
Oorblers was a faw weeks hack condemned by
the Court af Assises, of the ettv.ta fm-tv vein'
bigamy; and asnehad Men repeatedly cbn-
usmnsa o.iore, ana naa maae not lower than
three e sea pes tom-prlsony ha- was lodged In
tbs sondemned call, the strongest in the Jail.
Bat when the turnkeys made their rounde on
Thursday morning at five o'oloek, they found
that he had dliappesrad. He had, it appeared,
socoeeded In eutticg out a square of the thick
oaken woodwork wntoh lined the oellj then be
naa cm a noie, tnrongn tne wall, and bad
apartment, and desoended Into the court-yard.
uaving men nesa ot a cord, he olimbect by
the spouting to the laundry and potssssed
blmielf of a clothes-line. He then got on t
the roof of that building, and bv the aid of
hit Bord, though it jfjeet jUk,. let himself
aown into anotoer oourt-yerd.
Next, he broke open the panel of a door
Lading into the Court of Aialsei, and entered
the Court, He then lifted from its hinges a
dorpaBinwioto th.JtUlJsHdf i Pefdae, bou af
tKls dooVweSi faiUned-eaitni I o&ersldi an
Iron bar, he had to remove ths bar, and as an
iron spoon was left near, it Is supposed that
be-asea that article as an. instrument... Then
ttUrlngUhaaUeJie liftadfromlt hingas the
outer door, and found himself on the steps of
the peristyle; lastly he climbed over the rail
ing and was free. The local journals which
give these details state that it mqit have taken
the- man. mors than a month to nntthrono-h
iheuwalUof list sell, uitbatJiA'aucfleedc in
so disposing of the stone and plaster cut away
that tbey were not perceived; but how he ac
complished these operation! they do not ex
plain. As to tbs place he out. from the wood
work, and whioh he removed ty boring holes
with a very fine Instrnment snd then sawine-
between them; the journal! itats that he re
placed at toe time or the dally visits or the
turnkeys. They sdd thst altogether the es
cape "surpasses Imagination." Not the slight
est ciua to me man oas tnus tar been obtained.
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A SOCTIEBR El-SlNATOBUS PllpSIOS. Hon.
Jere: Clemens, now editor of the Memphis
jtursri says Is a.Yecial laiur conflsralng
the present aspect of political affairs: '
lam not addicted to despondenoy. Few
men look upon the bright side of the picture
more habitually than I do; but I oonfoas that
all this seems to me to be a prestige of coming
evil. It indicates the existence or an amount
of suspielon, anJa readlneis to believe the
worst things of each other, which are the
general forerunner of diioord and dissension.
I do not lay disunion, for that is impossible.
Nature and art have tied this oontihent to
gether by bands that eannot be broken. There
ean be but one government upon it, whether
tnV-goTetBaienf Is ' s-repuWie or nail itary
deapotiam. Ths miserable pretenders to
atatemanihin who ire engaged id the work of
discord need indulge no visiona rf powers and
offices, to be enjoyed inaieparateConfederaoy.
CBaJipta'iH Stadi'ChomS. The tem
porary 'removal' -of theforgarHf St, Paul's
Cathedral, London, has given the Dean and
Chapter opportunity for tbenlsrgement of the1
spsce for services., J has been deoided not to
allow thaoXfiaittah eralaiad over tha antranna
to the choir, to take away the present aoreen7j
b to remove tne monuments oi Lord JNelson
and Lord Collingwood to some other part of
the Cathedral. The dirgan.wili he retained In
removal? t.t aha
gallery under the. centre arch on the nqrth
aide. The rails of the Whispering Gallery,
end the heavy oornioe under ,it, have been,
recently gilded, giving Mplendocta the mag
mfloent dome which is very striking. ; ...
TwBBTT-rTvrr Bov-TBviBPoi"8oiii'n An
extraordinary case o(f wholesale poisoning has
ocpurred inlijndon, r five . boys, ea of
whom are In oustody, stole a quantity, o bel
ladonna from a hamper left outside tne shop
of Messrs Butler. A- MoCullook, "herbalists,''
and thinking it was liauorien. mi-rod it.- nn
I with water, and sold the liquid to boye "fori
I pins." i -The thieves, tested ha
mlxturav but not liking it, they did not drink
enough -to prodaoe serious rssalU.. It jwas
otherwise, however, with some seventeeri or
eighteen boys, who readily drank kjff, and
who suffered more or leaa sevorely from its
- , A New PiCTMay.or.GowyA.A Boston tin
tlat, by the name of Wight, jiss justjeiited
pieture of 'JGodiT:'. baf U,.exoiting j,.h.o ad
miration of the Boston connoisseurs. The
theme was suggested to the artist by reading
Tennytori'a beautiful paraphrasebf the familiar
legend of the Counteii Godiva, and Mr. Wight
has selected the moment when the young wife
bad made up her .mind to. take,, the famous
rids through streets of the Coventry, and is
eeginuingto; diarobe.f fheflgure is.full length,
e4.tfUttert Godjva Hwdjjng-Jn. a richly
furnished room, with her rich rniH. iro...
.flowing over her shoulders, while her counten
ance expresses resignation., Boston prltlcs
apeak ofthiB picture in, .high termB of praise.
' i'AINaBr pCiitt CoiK ab . i Tuicubt. A
oorreapondent, writing lately from Tuaoany to
tha London Timet, remarks: "I hear from
very good reliable sources that the Tuscan,
Government baa sent to the' French mint an
order for coining the new decimal coinage,
whioh is prssently to beoome the currency in
Tuieiny, and connect this country in its mon
etary,; arrsn6ainbj with. ;1rancef Piedmont,
Switzerland' and SelglunV The '-order has
oeen iorwaraea to tue Royal Mint In London,
whioh accepted and; li now enooting it, with
out any serupls ,f Its own or any hindrance
from Her Majesty's government,
;A-IsviN9 MsMoaiAb, An Irving Me
morial will be iiaued" in New York, in a few
days. It jrJUcoitein'an interesting accoant,
written by livet A.,Duyokinek, of Mr. Ir
vlng'a literary career, the revised addresses of
President King and Mr1. Bancroft, ths reoebb
visit of IT; P. Willis "to Sunnyslde, a poem
written by E, T. Tuokerman, with ooplea of
several. priglpal letters of Mr. Irving. An
original bortralt, by F, 0. C. Darley, now Brat
engraved; and fae-timilt page of the manu
script of the .Sketch-Book, will' adorn this
timely "memorial." - Is edited by a personal
Head of MN Xrvlag;; n. ;T.,rfi , ,..
i -aavi'i-'ln . . vi
'TBB ffoaaoeo- Dirss.It Ii iaid that
the late Dr. B.'.K;,Kne being asked , what
was tha most dreadful thing he had known,'
replied, "Tho.siPio Me Arci wAi,-"and
yst, to him, that jijence had been relieved bv'
the society ofsiteemsd friends; by their voioes,
their smiles, their sympathy and lore. What,
then, must be the privation and,' suffering of
one on whose eat no.iound ever falti I of one
whose dreary life is never, cheered by a kind
word or an endearing;, look 1' .(
Novsx EviDiNcs or ABoi.itiOBiBif. A man
was arrested In -Columbus. Ga.. reoantl-. on
charge of being an Abolitionist and. tampering
wnu siaves, one oi tne cniei evidences against
bim being several volnmna of the Liff Chriti,
of whioh he wu the agent, j, ,The of Critt
is denounced by a number, of Georgians as a
Black Republican work! - W have no doubt
soma oLths ultra Southerners will.sonin declare
Jesus a raih Abolitioniit.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
;16 WAixntOT0x; Deoembei' IS.J-Tli Senate,
in Avx-g-niT oeserou ytweruay, eonnrmeu tne
nordrniltfW of John' Hart as Superinteirdeht
of Publio Printing, and Amasa J. Parker as
Attorney for the! Southern 'District of New
Yet Win pi woe of Seda-sriok, deceased, Other
kswoalnationawwre not definitely aeted-upon,.
Mr. ataiiwoiui, LemaeraUat;ongrimn tf
Mobile Dlstrlot,la-atULprostrate-at home from
the effects efhls.recent attack,
iv,The Charleston CsMj-ier Bays it Js, reported
that, Senator Hammond has expressed his, in
tention to reilga hia leat At.the olojo qtihe
presont session. He has been prevented from
attending, at Washington by indisposition.
he Seoretary of the Ttcaaury bu invited
proposals to be received, till the 27th Inst.; for
the issue ' f any per), or tie' whole1 of three
million dollars iu'Treasdry notes, InEx'chknge
for gold, under authority of the abts of Con-,
gress of Deoember 1857 and March 1851;
In the South "Carolina' Legislature, on tha
12th, Mr. Whaley; member from' Charleston,
submitted1 d the .Hours' of Representatives
,the fqllpwln g breaimble and resolution :
'.' ..Wbiksas'. Fraternal relations are dlianWeti
"nstween the North and South.'the) slaVe-hold-
ing SUtea demanding 'thir difisornflon Of the
Union to be pongariiinated. and' this' state of
affairs wijl probably render i 'roa'ort ' o arms
necessary; tnefefefe be it '- ' "'
t Xe'.oht, That the lum of$200,000 be plaoed
at the disposal 6t the' OpVernor ' to be uaed at
his discretion, aopordfng to expediency of the
times. ' , , --"'"".".-i
CBAktiSToyn, December 14. The town U
rapidly filling Up' with strangers to'wltnesa
the approacStng 'exseutlons."1 The ' system of
excluding oititena; adolJted (?n 'the occasion of
Captain Brown'! exeoutloii. 1b not to be re-
uovsrnor wuiard, of Indiana', aooomnlnled
by MrsN Oroajley, of New York, the sister pf
Cook, and the Hon. D. II. Voorbees, Attorney
General of - Indiana, arrivsd here yesterday
and visited Cook. The interview with, his lis
ter was moat affecting. Later in the day Dr.
Staunton and hh wife of Indiana, and Miss
Hughes, arrived. . r
Mrs, SUnton ii) ,B 1lstfir oj CQok mi Mils
Hughes a cousin. They'also visited tEriTris
oner, presenting a scene of grief and anguish
acarcely to, b desorlbed. They all promised
to see him again, but through the advioe of
Governor Willard, each wrote him a few fare
well lines, and al) the ladles have left for their
homes; the male relatives designing to remain
with hint te.;lhe last. , 3t . .V '
Arrangements have been made' to take the
body of Cook to New York for interment.
Some of Ooppie's relations are expected to
arrive here to-dsyr his -body will be sent to,
his mother at Springdale, Iowa. The bodies
of Green and Copelandj H. is thought, will not
be claimed; atdinife 8tfoeutry intsrred'nsar
the gallows,"' iifo-., , .
'Theprlioners this morning were cheerful,
and" are' making religious preparations for
death. Cook was much cast down after part
ing with his sisters, but ia now calm and ool-
! AfiTiQrjATtD . VsessLB, The New ; Haven
(Cenn.)ISaoisier obsesvesr m ".it, tj- "
'"A1 recent ifift'to'Kew BsdWi.shWoii ine
an old New. Eavan ship. ,'-Jt was astoaish(d to
see how thsy rebuilt favorite ships, and ikeen
.thejaaiwaya nftw-in faet, though aid iaesrg,,
xu iuuttu -muB --jBo iBe urshsnipgacj sn
tertd the British-Channel at' the elose- of the
Revolutionary War, carrying at her topimast
the "star! and stripes,") is ever one bundrel.
years old', and "good' aft' .new' :; The Ztphyr
was nearly fifty years old. ' In faat tbey .had,
ships ail the way from ne year to one hun
dred jtara old, and . all, Bqualjy .issr-worthy,
The shipZenrCapt. Caleb B4tn"Lwll be
remembered by meat of Our' older cofreni
nd,-wbs'n nsmed! to me,' made .the fyBptauv
who was with tne (a,' New. Havener) start at his
sudden eiolatnaiipn 1 of "Th,ubdejl 'the old,
'Zqihuri did melV (."Yea,'' said the gontleman',
whom we were talking with, "do you know
ber?" rVKnow berJ my .Urat voyage to sea
waa In ber forty-four yeara Bgo, andWilliam
Chidsey and myself are the last of her orew."
Of eourse we had to visit tho bJd. &pV, and
found her ready far a whaling' voyage as
stkunoh, and well JLcfOkttig as When Ave years
; 4 ,YT Pobitivb Bom'ewTMs is
storv in a now fdrflfwliloh Is 'worth rei
. . ,. ' ' " "-e wj S I
A Belgian editof who wak-oalled upon U
eat, his own words,: avion i ero, it trbpnkn
One day an indiriduai walked' into-iia'offlee
and asked to, (peak With hrm. The editor ap
peared and desired to. know what hit baiineas
might be: 1 "Sir;" said thai individaal, "your
paper lately contained a false report" , "Im
possible, sir; but what was it?" ''Yon said
that Mr. Nubkitjujhad been If led for his life T"
"Jdst so.'' "That hB 'had been canvotedf"
"Exactly.' ' f Hung ?" ',;,'.. Perfeotlyrtrue."
"&'" cohtiuae-l the Individual; "l am Mr.
Nabkins." ."Impossible," aaid the editor.
"It is just as I tell you, and I hope you will
have the goodness at onoe toi deny what you
have stated.' f "8irI khl do no auoh thing."
"Whit, voa won't? .than. I'll trv tn mika
you,"; "Novejtti.less,Ihairpotdolt." "I'll
tnaArtl ta " tmnA tllaa 4wi(ni.aai4MirsB.VtMil'
tjivmvwkw mfvmJ m wasip lUJUIflS, eBJUSklLiq,
"Just as jou please; hut I eannot retract what
I have said. ' I never did retraot, and I never
Will. . All l ean do for you, my dear sir, is to.
announoethat the rope broke, and that jo-day
I met y on,. looking remarkably .fvll My
principles are fixed- every one knows that I
eaa no j be mistaken.. , ".. ,i.:, "-'"i
. i' , ' ..' i am -i ii ii , C. , t
' XXTBBii b Covbtibt lit HiTti. Haytl has
been aptly called the '.curly-beaded France of
the West; and, respect to manners, the defini
tion It as Just as it is witty.' v Politeness per
vades eveiy class of society 'in Bayti; It is aa
promipent. In the cabins of the. mornea as in
the parlors of lbs cities.' , Epter a retell store
to purchase orange or a- buneh; of fig ba
nanas, and. if you do not .first salute the msr-
eh.nde, she will regard yon ss deficient in
gooa manneri: - bo, biso,' wnen yen leave;, it
j ou do as they do In Haytl, jou.rahat bid her
good day. Brseohleas boys call their com
rades Monsieur. ' Country ' folks '.never meet
without a ooorteohs ilutaJtIon; ft-li rude to
sik anyone a question in the street or on the
raad until you touch your bat andiay, "Boa
jour, Monsieur.''' Ladies kiaa whn they meet,
a,nd so sometimes do the men--with menl..,,
A AnaiiCAii TaASMQivisa 'is PaIib. An
'English elsrgyman whw oeeupied the pulpit of
tne; American x-roiestaut vnapei in fans, one
Sunday lately, announced, .by request, that
the following Thursday would be observed in
that Cbapel at Thauknglvihg"Dayr confor
mably to a custom in the United.tatei, and
pe said that after the collection, he Would read
the Proclamation o Me Pretidmt of tt Untied
Stalm, naming the day as a day of thanksgiv
ing. . When the time arrived, the good man
commenced reading as follows: "Be It known,'
that I,. Edward D. Morgan, Governor of the
State of New York, do hereby' appoint," Jo.
The congregation "larfed" violently. '
" (liTITT tu Vniu I.atlen' fmm UIIiii'
peak of the gay aspect that city has assumed
sinus tne return ot ine nooiuty rrom tneir
country villas. The French' officers 'are the
oonstant guests of ths Milanese richer clarte
who did not fall in every way -to shew rbctr
gratitude to. "the people of the nation which'
delivered tnem' from the hated dominion (rt
AdvartWaaaents not sxceedlng ttvW Ifuee (Af ale.
0 tMevttoetJI I One weejk...w-,.
Jwo weaks.. "-"I so One eaearth... B tu
Iatffar eytvarttsemenU Inserted at tha fiQtiWlnl '
rates lb avrnare oren tinea of less:
&ktSSfci r ! rr.iator.J! r,
One we.k..-.... 1 V-h i. oueithJ . i
''i '"n t il .- ilrv,hf ntr; n v
1' . Job Pl-'iutilia' r i-T '
"is all Its breach, Aoae wrth neataMe and dttvatrii
Coat CooKngpStbve !
Has been pronounced by'obmpeMnf Judges to be the
'"BEST COAI, COOKINt3TOri3 v
( .. Patented Dec." T," 1858.
' , For sale bj (he Inventora and Mnofacturers, ,
ADAMS & PECKOVER
- "- NOVKLTY IRON'FOCNDKRy, ' "
No. 333 Fowtli:sireet,Ci'ncinn
. We raapectfully refer So Jhe fallowing certlfloates
foravldepoeottfee aoQve i .'. ... ,.:
Foi -soiAe ntonths I have been using tbeAJJIgstor
Ooal Cooking Stove.r lie superior oookhig ouaflite",
combined wfih ItacleanliBeaa, most eT.nuiefiy went
te she owners a large snare T puhUojiatronaae.
, i Y.r JuhS Met. AN.
I hare been nslng one of Mean. Adams A Pl
over's Alligator Cook Stoves tor eome monihn, wt I. h
gives entire atlafaotloav4vr) respect, ud Icnn
oheerfnlly recsmmend It, to those who ere Id want of
a supertorcook stove. fl. H. LKAVl'f T.
Fdr ihe laet year I fcavs b salnff th Alligator
Ooal OooUag n tore, man uXaciand by Meaar. Adams
s Peckover, which I consider a superior stove, abd
rives tha utmost eaMsfkction;1 It la the- only atom I
ketve found that cooks perfectly wtt '
1 For'Jbtoe Mme pasti nave been using one Of slasa'rr.
Adams A Peckovers Alllgaeor 'Ooul (iooklog Btovoa,
and can reoommendthau as being a snperlor stove,
givlnj entire satiafaction In every reapect.
L cheerfally.ludosae the abna
job. suBBHiiib, vxwi Mereni4ii.
tf AkEHfocsfe,:; MwikAti;:v.
itt'l -( !fMf i fin t n-i,i i-'r r-i
'.-mi - N.j(0 lUas CwIauabtMneeit.
MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY' TE
trade at the xaoet reasonable prices and on the
mostj accommodating ternu wl th . . i ,
iW wwiasl V ncarnTtrrinv ...
JUUUVUI , kUliU 1 11 lil,-,l,' J, ,..w
i ii..t.i t ,ti Ji-ti ,ifi(ii',. ti- i.-i if ( im,ij ;
It '.ilri U. -t lJ
--;r .tJi .r i-.t -i vi l,.ii.; f ,r r v
For -Oily ' Fluid or Coal, Oil,
N. B. Jones's Improved lamps and Burners tV
wle by our agent, i. BKLLEB8, Covington, r
i . j. . i l.dg!j'2'1 i i 4.1) ii r
Gifts!: Gifts!: ; Gifts!
ii Ha; I'l
: f i'
GIFT BOOK SALE
o Klt'yi'ESX' f6trittIi:iSTREET,
iTLifi to Smith ' Nikon's Hall, Wncinmiti,
onio-. a apieoam win, wen-rn' irons ' mi eenteo iiuii,
erfll be elven with -every, book for whioh, w,rec.lve
ODeidolLay nnd apward at the time of aale.
' OifU toOalat'nf (Wld andBiver Waichar, Ladies'
' Solle" Gold tlhalns, apleartai eet or Jewelry, flneUold
.Bracelets, Seated , Go, Yeat-chalns, and a Irs va
riety of other articles ot rich Jewelry, worth frvsn
"B emu to IR4 ' 'V ..'.V
it .Ladlari-ud a-entlexaen-ara reaMotfullr invited to
;r!td'rrebeui(tock.. - , ,
, PuhVsher and Qlft Bookseller,
Ny. M West Fourtb-striiet.
" J WIaLSOK,' GARLICKi a cu;
forwaitiuig And Commissioii
"oy MERCHANT, -
DEALEBS..J JX tiVB' AND DRESSED
Hogs, Pork,' Lard, Whisky, Floor, Oraln, c.
imce norrr.-west-comer-stxtn -ana nam streets,
Jnolnn.tl. l.nn.tkA Ah. I3aI1 Houm.
, Tjio undersigned having formed a copartn.reblp
'rt t hfl Qrtiefa f F rod c aud Commtssioa Bwdnees,
uhSer Lhetvl of. WilMu.. Garliia A Co.. r.Htci .
j t"uderlejr service, aud solicit the patronage of
ilieft friends' na the puMaa. ' Particular attt-uiicu
VW-te'buylnsj and ewllnli Hoew,.Whhiky, Flour,
'lilai.iAo,.i,3jtnr charges wjll lie ee. moderate aa
.tuy otner koou nonae m wn-my. neier to tne mer-
iucinnatl generafty .-
, uu I- ii I tu s.-i
. WIL80M, Ja.,
i.i- i ,
II, P. ELA8 ,
16 West FotLrth Street
I i "i ... i ,. .. ,
Vljer ean be had every article appertaining to the
:lnslnjtas at a ntaoh lee price, for CASH, tlun
ins ever before been offered In this market?
"Q I VI U A O A 1 1-
Apdseefotynaalves,., : ,, . '
;YV M . . W H I TA K E fl ,
J..V'm il B W K L KK t ."'-',' ' .";"'
-il i- 'H',.,?- .-, I-
No. MK if . B. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, botwet o
i .- ' ""I'Wadnnl and: Vine, Cincinnati.
good aatortment of BIL VI ft and PLATED W A St.,
'I "UPBOTAtlLH, etc.. kept constantly on hand.
' Bpectal attenttac given to Cleaning and Repairing
batches and Jewelry. i- ... mi 10
if " ' ' ii m :' nw i .' n
4EGGS all SMITH, No. 6 WestAth St.
1 i'HS 10W BiECElVtNe AUrmONS TO
oaV their large aaaortmeat of. Watch na, -eelry,
Silverware and Duunonda.
' -ii TAMO . . .i
A flne assortraairt of Plated Tea Bats and Ontleis
JffjO. H. DEJERS,
PA8HI0NABLB BOOT AND SHOE
aiAsTUFlACTDBBR, Ho, S3 Weet Fourth -si reel,
has now in store a large aad complete retail stock of
-.Cuntiemeh'S Boole, (fhonr and ellppers, which, tor
vtent and' vaHaty, ia noli snrpaaaed weet of New
Voi-k. i Also, Oentloniep'a, Ladiea', alissra' and
hlldren's Boots, Hhoea, Qalters, 4c, of bis on
Ihannfactnro; at wholesale. - - i n dels
M.uP;HEWSON; -Of. the rate firm of
km, Stoak and BUI Brokenhe bnalness, at their old
,'flice. Mo. 28. BaaemeuT Maionlo Bulldink, Third -itreet,-
He sollciu a continuance of the bnalneee hers
'bfomeo Hberally beetowedoni the old Orm- ni'2Sam
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
;tJ ,,Hi -'Maaafwolarerar, , . ,
piN, 'SHEET-IRON ANtf ZINC WARE.
m. Baking and Beidlltx Powder Box s, Tin mu1i.
IngTabe, Hoonoa, aad Oealera in. Stoves, NoVxVi
rifth-etreet, Cincinnntiphio. t ' ,OT
; W AU kinde of Job Work, promptly attended to.
f ... Ide7ain - i
ORIENTAL EXC HANGE.
rftHJJ 1UHDKRSIGNID, HAVING BEFIT
TED the 8 A LOO H in the ICnqulrer-.
iuiiuiok, are now prepares to ItirniaKi
'.Ur" "isnaa witn sne neat imported
Wines. Lianoraand Uirara.
, SeaT- Baltimore Shell Oysters served la
BA8TWOOD A 8ARGKST.
.Aw Just recMved M oases
NEW SARDINFS i !
ust recMved M oases of new sardines. In w bcln.
and unarler caae ; also
i uuarier caae ; aiso a tew caaea noneieaa bar .
Three Sardines are put up In Ihe Uuo.t
i. Three Hard I nee are ni
nnd ate extremely delicate in flavor.
.For aale whelesalt and tetaii by
J ' JOHN BATES,
del .Katloaal rbtrealldisg,naiiiore it,
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