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1 H E P E NN Y PR E S 8
Is waHUbed din, Sundays excepted,) by
rHAMCIBCO A CAKDWBM.,
rrtoi-io. M wiit ittiTi-iiiiit,'
TBI MIT r TBIB8 if 4UvirNbanbecrlbsrs to
' Unclaneti, Covington mil Kswport, andror
toandini cities ud tawni, it the ax.
V twmelylowirioeof
IX 01HTB A W1IK, PATABM TO OA&BIXB.
. . rateasor suiuasi
Slight ooslos so. lmontttOe.Smonths 111 lfwk
AMUSEMENTS.
W D'S TH B ATE R,
.,, ,,OOB1B SJITB ABB TIBB-STSBBtav"'
Job A. Musun, Ja....8ols ion sad Manager.
Lant appearanoe of the young tragedlsn,
, NR. E. M. POWKHS.
THIS IYINIHO, January 14, will be presented
THE FATALIST;
Os, Vision or tbb IcTumi.
flt. Leon..... ......-....,.,. Mr. Powers
Don Miguel...... .......,. H..ir. Langdon
Don Crloi.,........-................,.......,.....,Mr. Bead
Valyerle........-......,.....,..,...... Mr. Hall
Leonora......... Mrs Illsler
Thref.............. ......... MUe Annie Walte
.After wbiob, Scottish Ballad, Mr. Crawford.
Ur.Kuokel will perform a fantaaiairum "II Tro
vatore." , "Tema," Scottish Ballad, by Mr. Crawford.
To conclude with, for the second time, the eelt
brated and wonderful pantomime called
DON J DAM:
Ob, Tb Libbbtibb Bbstboybd. ,
Scaramouch. ........ J. H. Gilbert
Don Juan...-..........................Mlj Denham
HTDooni open at Stt; Ourtain ruea at 7J o'clock.
Fbiois or Admission Dress tiirole and Paraaett.
M cental Gallery, aaoenta.
ATIONALJTHEATE R.
alUUU OlliUSetMiMeeMeeMtM..
Proprietor and Manager
Treasurer
YY.B.irwin..
Vaster ALFRED 8TBWABT as Jack Iheppard,
and positively bis last nigbt.
' THIS (Saturday) IVBN1NQ, January U, to com
mence with
1HS DUMB MAN OF MANCHKSTIB.
Tom, the dumb man , Mr. 0. Henri
Walter tisHtltteeeMHesesMsi( Mr. Bernard
Mr. Vanderen
Jane.... Mill A. Graham
Mrs. Wilton s ) as eM see see iHHMHiiNtMni Mrs. Laws
Tatty Mrs. 0. Henri
Dance IMIse Jenny Ulght.
' To conclude with the drama, in three acta, of
JACK SHaPPAKD.
Jack Sbepmrrl. .................. Master Alfred Stewart
Jonathan Wili ....... , m. W. Oarter
Nlr Bowlaud...... .....Mr. Vanderen
Blneskln .........................Mr. Bernard
Winnlfred Wood - Miss A. Graham
The new and gorgeons Pantomime will positively
he produced on Monday next.
MoT It!B. Tradesman and others are cautioned
against furnishing any articles for the theater with
out a written nrder, signed by the Manager.
.THE MEW NATIONAL HOTEL, adjoining the
Theater, Is now open for the reception of guests.
Books cud be obtained by the day or week, and
meals furnished at all hours
piKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
8. N. Pike......
.iMmS(iseattMMM(eietie Proprietor.
F. B. UonwarT..---........-.....--....... .-.Stage Director.
J. F. Herbert ...................... -...........Treasurer.
EEVIVAt OF THE TEMPEST.
THIS EVENING, January 14, will be presented,
with sew scenery, Ac., Shakspeare'a grand play of
Caliban,
.Mr. Conwar
Prosnero...
Mr. Sheridan
Ferdinand
Timanlo...,
Stephano..,
Alontto...,
........ .......
...Mr. Chaplin
..nr. uavidge
Mr. Halt
...... Mr. Addison
Mr. Lanaaan
Gonzalo,
Sebastian...... eaM M4j.es see eee.ii minmww s Mr. Templeton
Antonio...M...w................M M...Mr. Arnold
M iranda,.. .........-....,.,,,.,...,,,-,,,... Mrs. Oonway
A Il6lt(ei(...Me.t. ....... itai...te.isa.te. A iBB 0lOCal6F
Iris . Miss Kingsbury
On Monday evening, Shakspeare's "Tempest"
and the comedy of " The Toodles " will be presented,
the entertainment being for a Benefit in aid of the
F1BEMBN 8 BENEVOLENT BELIEF ASSOCI
ATION. Pbicu or Admission. Parquette Circle, Parquette
and Balcony, M cents; Amphitheater, 24 cents;
Private Boxes for eight persons, $H.
Poors open at fH o'clock .commence at 7M.
(MITU fe NIXON'S HALL.
,, , THIBD ORAM) CHANGS OF
Professor Jacobs's
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 13 & 14.
' By particular desire, a grand afternoon perlorra
ance on HATUBDA V at S o'clock, for the accommo
dation of Ladles and Schools.
TAB WOKLD-BENOWNED
WIZZARD, VENTRILOQUIST AND
Improvlsatore. will present his unrivaled En
tertainment. He will apear in his Temple of En
chantment, surrounded by his costly and magnifi
cent apparatus. The Cabalistic wonders he performs
have gained for him the name of the Ne Plus Ultra
of the Modern Magi, He has had the distinguished
honor of appearing before Her Majesty Queen Vic
toria, Prince Albert and the Boyal Family, their
Imperial Majesties, the Emperor of France and the
Empress Eugenia, bis late imperial Majesty, the
Emperor of Knssla, their Majesties the King and
Queen of the Belgians, and the principal nobility of
kurope. In California and Austral! ibis success naa
been of the most brilliant desoripti - i.and through
out the cities In the United States, herever he has
appeared, he has been alike success! I.
There Is but one opinion formed ot his entertain
ment, and that is, it is pleasing, moral and wonder
ful. Doors open at 7; the Professor commences at 1H
o'clock.
Price of admission reduced to 35 cents to all parti
. of the Hull.
JJJELODEON HALL,
ONE WEEK ONLY J
Commencing MONDAY EVENING, January t, the
celebrated and original
Buckley's Serenaders,
And Ethiopian Burlesque Opera Troupe, together
with the diotingulshed Prima Donna, Miss JULIA
GOULD, the only complete Band of Minstrels in the
world, and the only company in existence that per
forms Bnrlenine Operas. The Buokley's have been
acknowledged by the entire Southern rress and pub
Ho to be the only true delineators of the 1
GENUINE SOUTHERN DARKEY,
The best Singers, the best Dancers and the most
finished Musicians. Each evening will be performed
Negro Minstrelsy In all its various forma, together
wltnoneof .
Buckley's Burlesque Operas!
ADMISSION. ..THIBTT CENTS.
Doors open at fH o'clock ; perforfltanca to com
mence at 7i o'clock
.jaCh JOB. JOHNSON, Agent.
rfcANCING BCHOOL-S E C O N D
MJ
HUSSION. A BRUM RI.V ROOMS. Mr.
and Miss GEY EB respectfully Inform the cit
izens oi mncinnaii inai mey now reoeive pn
nils for instruction in all fashionable Dancea.
f)vi of Sr.hool. HRtnrdRva and WednMHav. for
Ladles, Misses and Masters, from J to 6 P. M. Gents'
Class, from 8 to 10 In the evening. All Quadrilles
taught without c lllng. - jaobw
miASQUERAOB COSTUMES.-MRS. 0.
4.VJB.
KUHLMAN. of No. 44 Sixth-street.
would respectfully Inform the publio that she
nas, in connection wun airs xoieao uate
Ravel Trouoe) tasteful wardrobe, removed
liv, uon wuavn. II . 'U. IV A 11.. IB. I DV ) imiim.
Walnut and Vino-street, where she will be happy to
see her former patrons, to whom she can offer the
moiit splendid aseortment of ooetnmea. de!7-am
JJB. AND MRS. SHANKS'S
. . . iinnirn ranis- 'Ll A
aruiOasiui sURiif v incref m v r mm
Tb liwioni an no ftrn&ffed that Innen etui
eommenon,tanf tlmfc deMf
BADDLE, TBUHK AND UAHNESS
MANUFACTORY,
JM MalBwBtrMt, thro doara kv Thlnl,
VIBP ON AND AND MAKB TO 0&-
M. DEB all k nds of Hon Trappings, In the best
ana mosi rauawniiai mannev. Also, a
sole-leather), mall Trunin, Bponge. and a largo as
sortment beloftgtafto -this One. I will sell aa low
BstbatoweBt. ..... j - i. if .-..-
: ,v;';:7M OASRICX!'
B0l(-ar ' M ,,
' TOHN SOUDBR'S BEST BUGAR-CURKD
9 Hams and Beef at OOLTEB'S
i al3 Nos. SUand t3l Maln-strert.
SPICED SALMON AND SMOKED HAL
IBUT at ' OOLTIB'B,
jalS Nos.llvaBdSllMsln-street.
LD JATA COtSSX AT 1
. , OOLTIB'B t
. jalS " ' "1' Nob. 31 v and Ml Meln-sireeU
CHOICE GRKBN. AND BLACK TEAS
It,..,,; . --.-.r - . OOLTEB'S
jalS 5 " Nof,UaniI Ul Ualfi Slnet.
VOL 2. NO. 126.
CmCINNATI, SATURDAY
y1 5 -C 0-9.
MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
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PEN AND SCISSORS.
Th fur trad of St. Louis last tear
exceeaea over nan a munon oi dollars.
stAn "Abolitionist" was tarred and
feathered in Augusta, Ga., laat Friday.
1pBh. oargo of guano has arrived at Charles
ton, S. 0. diieot from Elide Island.
ySt'dm exohaogei, received yesterday,
record thirteen suicides in different parts of the
United Bute.
"A little child, son of John Harris, re
siding in Alleghany City, was burnt to death
day or two tinoe.
r. R. B. Fuller ton, who reoently killed
Dr. Jos. M. Reynold!, at Raymond, Miss.,hai
been bound over for trial in the sum of $20,000.
"Gen. Henningsen has, written a reply
to the views of Viotor Hugo on the Harper's
Ferry affair. '
JBtTThe Cornwall Ore Mountain, in Leba
non County, Penn.fia said to oontaln fifty
millions tnns of the purest Iron ore.
middle aged man was found a few
days sinoe, near. Oakland, Tenn., froien to
death. ,
! nTThe safe of M. L. Orrell k Co., millers
at Qulnoy, Indiana, was blown open by bur
glars reoently, and robbed of $400,
E9A new eonnterfeit five dollar-bill on
the North River Bank, N. Y., is in circulation
in Buffalo.
jA6amuel Woodman, an old resident of
Montgomery County, died a day or two ago of
hydrophobia.
1 gtTThe tai of ten per cent, laid on grog
shops in New York yielded some $20,000, laat
year, in aid of the Inebriate Asylum at BIng-'
hampton. ;Jj .) ,iv r
'"The seniaton preacher, Spurgeon, from
money sent to him for the purpose, is bearing
the expenses of nine young men who are
studying for the ministry.
g8The Roeky Mountains are oovered with
snow six feet' deep- in some places, and the
weather is fearfully cold. In the South Pass
the snow-tall has been light.
"The average total of nightly lodgers at
the New Tork station-houses, during the cold
nights, was three hundred, and as many more
were turned away.
Dorinsj the remainder of the present
century tne last aay oi tne weeK, montn, and
year will oocur on the following years t 1864,
70, '81, '87, '92, '98.
streets of Charlotte, N. C, have
been oovered for a week past with several
inches of snow, which is seldom seen in that
seotion.
pS"k Greenville, S. C, they have pro
hibited the privilege the negroes enjoyed for
years, of choosing their masters and hiring
themselves rat .
The Lexington (Mo.) Fire and Marine
Insurance Company have declared a dividend
on last year's business of SO per cent., and re
turned ou per cent, oi premium to cus
tomers. "Capt. John A. Mathieu was thrown
ontof a sleigh near Washington, Del., reoently,
and died the day following of hU Injuries.
It is the rule of justice that the sleigher should
be slain.
"I live in Julia's eyes," said anaffeoted
dandy in Coleman's hearing. "Terr likelv."
replied Coleman, "for I observed she had a
t ty in one of them when I saw ber last" . .
pSXi. Johnson onoe said, "a man is in
general better pleased when he has a good
dinner upon his table than when his wife talks
Greek.
&M'lle Martinez, a South American
negress of fair capaoity.is now conoertizing in
Paris, where she is known as the Blaok Bwan
or Sable Mallhan.
jeff-The Rev. J. D. Marshall, of the Meth
odist Church, died in Williamsburg, N. Y.,
aged fifty-five years. He joined the New York
Conference of the Methodist Church in 1827.
negress, belongta? to Mr. Temple.
of Prinoe George County, lately presented her
. 111. i- -VIIJ - . . I .V i - t
masier wivu uun ouuurau v a uuui, two giris
and one boy. ;
peddler was robbed in the streets of
Memphis, Tenn., a day or two sinoe, by a
woman' in the approved highway style. No
doubt she is on the highway to the peniten
tiary. .
An unfortunate woman died laBtweek.
in uanvers, mass.; or want ana cold, and in
the presence of a hUBbaffd? who was too ill to
render her assistance, while her new-born
babe lay nearly lifeless a few feet from them.
V " . -B i
Hxatiist Oasi or Ibsolvibot ow Riooro.
Probably the heaviest ease of Insolvency that
ever came before an American court was be
fore the Common Pleas of New York city a
day or two since, an application of Suydam,
Sage A Co., for relief under the insolvent act,
the firm having liabilities to the amount of
$3,000,000. The petition for relief was op
posed by four gentlemen for themselvee, and a
large number of creditors. , .
. y .' sbb -1
Maohibb vs. Homah BaiRos. Human
beings are worth less in the market than ma
chines. If a machine of wood, iron, or brass
gives out, its owner repairs it; but of a machine
of flash and blood fails in health, it ii turned
aside, and another ii hired to supply his
place. ' .- ; " ' , , '
Imiisa Cold Pabji. A Paris corre
spondent In a late date says s For five days,
the Fahrenheit scale has balanced between
eighteen and twenty-eight .'degress below
fretslng point, in the heart of the city; while
at oertain points in the oountry, six points
below the bulb ha been attained. , ' . ; .
Kcoiomioal Maqistbatii. Inja distriot in
Upper Canada, the other day, the magistrates
refused to issue the neoessary warrant for the
arrest of a man who was' suspected of having
destroyed his own child, because it would oost
fifty dollars to hold n inquest upon the child,
and it might not be true. , , .v,
Ebahblbd Bbiok--A gentlemen of Ben
nington, Vt, has discovered a proesst for en
ameling common brick, making them imper
vious to dampness, proof against frost or heat,
and rendering them beautiful as marble i
Mioiiut's Idia or Baoiilob Liri Mioh
elet, an enthusiast on matrimony, peak of
bachelor and oluh-llfe in his bat work.
"Woman" most disparagingly forgetting
what tragical pictures connubial existence too
often unfolds. Hear what the sentimental
pleader for connublality sayB of the wifeless
and careless good fellows in Paris: "At last he
becomes so muoh interested in hsr" that he
begins to reflect. "Ah, If I were not poor,"
aid he. "It it very agreeable to have the
society of a pretty woman all to yourself, who
understands you, and spares you from the ne
oesalty of dragging out your evenings at the
theater or the oafe. . But when one nas only,
as I have, ten thousand francs, one oannot get
married." ,,
He then gets up his budget, putting every
thing down double, comparing the probable
expenses of the married man with those of the
bachelor, living at the theater, cafe, 4c. In
this way an acquaintance of mine, one of the
brightest journalists of Paris, arrived at the
conclusion, that to live with a wife without a
servant, in a little house in the suhurbs, he
would need an income o( 30,000 francs. This
lamentable life, of honorable tolitudt, and des
perate maw, Is that whioh is led by those wan
dering shadows, known in England as Mem
bers of Clubs. It is beginning now. in Franoe.
Here in these splendid establishments, warm
and comfortable, with the best fare, surrounded
with rioh libraries and all the newspapers and
magazines of the day, they live together like
well edncated and polished corpses, progres
sing in spleen, and preparing- themselves for
suicide. ' Every thing Is so well organised
that speech even is unnecessary, and woman's
pretence is unknown. , , ;
Milanoholy OcorRsiirol A Dkspibati
Hiboiri or a Lova Traqbdt. A young and
beautiful girl, daughter of highly respectable
parents, living in Knox County, Ind., having
attempted to commit suicide last week, be
come desperately enamored of a young gen
tleman in the neighborhood, who, instead of
returning the attachment, married another
woman. When the news reached the young
lady, she started for the river, with the Inten
tion of drowning herself, but was overtaken
and carried back. Later in the day she suc
ceeded in escaping the vigilance of her rela
tives for a few moments and jumped into a
well near the house, from whioh she was res
cued with muoh difficulty. Still later she ob
tained possession of a butcher-knife, with
whioh she infiioted so serious a wound in her
side that at last accounts it was feared the
poor, grief-strioken, broken-hearted girl would
not recover.
MoNCMIRT TO- TBI OlDBR JoEH BbOWH.
The State of Massachusetts has aided in the
ereotion of a monument to John Brown, and
for sixty years the inscription thereon has
stirred the blood of all visitors. The monu
ment stands on Lexington Common, and Is
"Saoredjto the Liberty and Rights of all Man
kind." It was erected in 1799, in honor of
"the first victims of the sword of British tyr
anny and oppression." J ohn Brown, a citizen
of Lexington, was one of those who fell on "the
morning of the ever memorable 19th of April,
1775." The inscription on the monument
states that "the blood of these martyrs in the
oause of Sod and their country was the eement
of the Union of these States, then Colonies."
The same could not be truly said of tht John
Brown of our times. Botton Tranxript.
Dbath or AST Old Indiar Warrior. Gov
ernor Blackinake, the "old Indian," died at
his residence, eight miles from East Randolph,
New York, reoently, at the advanced age of
one hundred and twenty-three years. He
was probably, before his death, the oldest In
dian living; having sided in the French war
firevious to the Revolution; also In the Revo
utionary war, and sided with the Amerioans.
He was a great aid to Washington, acting in
the capacity of a runner and bearer of dis
patches. ,;
Geographical Limits. The two Caoadas
have an area of 250,000 square miles, with a
population of over 2,000,000; Now Brunswick
27,700 square miles, with a population of
225,000; Nova Scotia 18,746 square miles, with
a population of 300,000; Prince Edward Island
is 2,134 square miles, with a population of
62,398; and Newfoundland of 57,000 square
miles, with a population of 120,000 total area
of 553,446 square miles, and an aggregate
population Of 3,000,000. - 'i . .
Christmas Holidays A mono tbb Viboikia
Slavbb. The Petersburg Pren, in speaking of
the Christmas Holidays in that region, says:
As for the negro population it is impossible for
us to describe their enjoyment Webster's
Dictionary does not contain enough words of
the proper sort to do it with. Enough be it
to aay that eaoh darkey was ten times as big as
the biggest white man, and fifty . times aa
sauoy as they naturally are.
A Womar Burrt to D bath. The other night
Mrs. Watson, residing in Fordham, N. T., was
burnt to death. Her husband discovered the
bouse on fire a he was on his way home, and
rushing to the front door, burst it open, when
he was horrified at finding near it the dead
and oharred body of his wife. It la supposed
that a fluid lamp either burst or set fire to her
dress. ,
Mior La tiro Awat Coir. A few days
since, Benjamin W. Jones, of Portland, Me.,
overhauled a drawer of old papers, and found
a mouse's nest, eompoied ot small bits of
paper, intermingled with three, five and ten
oent pieces to the amount of $20 90, which the
little rogues had, from time to time, stolen
from the money-drawer to adorn their nest
' Ludicrous Sobhb ir Court. A young man
at the YorkshA (English) As t lies who re
fused to take the oath, because he believed it
to be contrary to the Scriptures, was forbidden
by the judge to leave the court during the as
sizes, and directed, amid the laughter of the
court, to sit np in a corner of the gallery where
every one oould see him. " '
Valvablb Dibootsbt ir Foil. It is re
ported from Paris that two offices of the Tou
lon dockyard have invented a liquid whleh is
said to increase the combustible power of coal
seventy-five per eent, so that one ton of New
castle coal will become equal, with the liquid,
to four tuns, and that Frenoh coal will last
twice as long as it now does.
Two Yodro Mhr Shootiho Each Othsb
Fatally. A difficulty oocurred at Monterey,
Ey., recently, between two young men, Har
din and Bewltt. Dewitt was shot in the fore
head and Hardin in the abdomen, so danger
oasly that, it la supposed, neither can recover,
from his wounds. . '
AtBHST or CoUNTBBrSITBBJS ir Dattob.
The police recently found a package of coun
terfeit bills in a closet of the City Hotel in
Dayton, amounting to $2,6(0, and arrested
five men, charged with being .ooneerned in
complicity in their circulation, t, . " : ; t.
Dbath or a Giioirr Dibt-Katbi. A negro
named John, thirty-three years of age, latetly
died in New Orleans, and a pt mortem exami
nation shewed that death had been eaused by
a diiate of the liver, produced by rating dirt
Soioidh or ar Bx-PoemABMB, Lawrence
A. Faulk, an old and much esteemed resident
of Catskill, N. Y., committed suicide by hang
ing himself In on of the rooms ia hla houae
recently.- -
EXTRADORDIRAII SvHBT IR FSAROB A Fs-
kam Robsbb Drstioti Hsbsblp. An extra
ordinary oaseof a girl concealing her aex for
many years has been brought to light at Pel
tiers, France. Augustine, alia Augustus Bau
douln, a young person of seventeen, was known
la the town and neighborhood as an active
lad,, and had been in plaoa in respeotable
houses as errand boy. This individual was
lately tried for robbery, and while in prison
the authorities eoncelved someanapioions, and
ascertained her to be a female. On being
asked what reason she bad for wearing men's
olothes, she said she had observed that men
got their living easier than women; but she
refused to give any Information as to her birth
and parentage. She was removed to the
female wards, but ber repugnanoe to appear in
woman's attire among her fellow prisoners
was so great that she committed suicide by
hanging herself to an iron bar with a pocket
handkerchief.
'Amrrioah Bailors Fighting roR John Boll.
An interesting article in Blackwood on the
fight at the Peiho, has the following passage:
An American boat visited one of our veasels,
and on wishing to leave her, the officer found
all his men had got out of the boat. After
some delay, they were found, looking very
hot, smoke-begrimed, and figklith. "Holloa,
airs," said the officer, with assumed severity,
"don't you know we are neutrals? What have
you been doing?" "Beg pardon," said the
gallant fellows, looking very bashful, "they
were very short-handed at the bo w- gun, air, and
so we giv'd them a help for fellowship sake;"
they had been hard at it for an hour. Gallant
Americans I you and your Admiral did more
thatdav to blind England anrl tha TTnit.l
States together than all your lawyers and pet-
mogging pouuoiaus nave ever done to part us.
Spuiobob's Convrrsior and Rroaktatiok.
It ia stated on good authority that Mr. 0. H.
Spurgeon made, about three weeks ago, a
formal recantation of the extreme Calvinist
tenets whioh he had been hitherto preaching.
He said that he and others who had taught as
he had done, had been doubtless grievous
stumbling blooks in the way of many pious
and earnest persons, and that the only amends
whioh lay in his power was to state publicly
.that he had been in error, and to guarantee
that he would never propagate similar false
doctrines again.
A Pbblatb Middlirqwith Prttiooatb. The
Cardinal Yioar of Rome has iBtued an edict
forbidding ladies to go to ohurch in crinoline.
The confessor is to forbid them to present
themselves at the altar to take the aacrameut,
unless they are dressed in a simple manner.
We think the Vicar has overrated his in
fluence here, as we doubt if all the thunders
of the Valiosn could Induce a woman to alter
the fashion of her garments. We are aware
of no kind of meddling with petticoats that
would be less apt to prove effeotual; and then a
E relate ought to be engaged in some more
oly offioe.
Garibaldi's Perboral Appbu bancs. An
American thus describes Garibaldi's personal
appearance: 'His hair was cut very oloae, and
he had not the vestige of board or moustache.
He wore an ordinary hat, a little large for
him on the back of his head, and which buried
him pearly to the eyebrows. He was dressed
simply in the ordinary blaok dress coat and
trowsere, and wore around hla waist a sash of
the colors of Sardinia green, white and red.
He carried no sword, nor any insignia of mil
itary rank, not even an order in his button
hole. 1
PiRrxcT Good Bribdiho. This anecdote
we republish for the benefit of the half-bred:
Louis XIV was told that Lord Stair was one
of the best bred men in Europe. "I shall soon
put that to the test," and asking Lord Stair to
take airing with him, ti soon as the door of
the ooach was opened, he bade him paaa and
go in. . The other bowed and obeyed. The
King said: "The world is right In the charao
ter it gives; another person would have trou
bled me with ceremony."
A Mar Charorb roR Attbhdiro His Brotr
bb's Furbralv A man in a neighboring State,
who possesses property estimated at $50,000,
was recently called upon to administer upon
the estate of a deceased brother, who left a
little property. When he rendered his ao
oounts to the judge of probate, they were found
to contain, among other charges, the sum of $2
for one day's time in attending; the funeral of
his brother, and $2 for railroad fare in going
and oomtng from the funeral.
Ar Antiqob amo Bbaptiftjl Church. Ban
Xavier, Arizona, can .. boast io its possession
one of the moat beautiful and costly churches
ever erected by the Jesuits on this continent,
and is yet in a good state of preservation. In
ita grandeur and architecture it is to all ob
servers a source of wonder how so vast a work
was oompleted in this far-off oountry, and ia
an evidence of the indomitable perseverance
which actuated those pioneers in the spread of
the gospel. . : ,
New Process or Pafir-Makiho ir Francs.
A large factory, capable of making thirty tuns
of paper per week, has been erected in Bor
deaux. The paper is to be made of African
plants by the process of M. Bourneville; fifty
tuns of those plants are required for thirty tuns
of paper. The inventor has now a small mill
in Marseilles, in whioh he is making two tuns
per week, at 30 per cent, less than paper of a
similar quality can be made from rags.,
. .. a i
Ail Aotbbbs Friohtbnid Out or ebb Voiob.
Mrs. Maoready, the reader and ex-actress,
was so frightened by the attempt of a burglar
to break into hr apartments at Waterbury,
Conn., the other evening, that she lest her
voloe, and waa consequently obliged to break
a professional engagement. She is now under
medical treatment, whioh must needs be skill
ful; for any shock that can silence a woman's
tongue must be likely to prove fatal.
A Wim's Drtotior to ar Uhwortut Hos
bard. It is reported that the wife of Reed
(the Springfield singing master who so oruelly
betrayed and ruined one of his pupils) with
whom he had lived in wedlook for twenty
years, will declare that they were never le
gally married, honing thereby to dear him
from the oharge of adultery.
Thb Ambrioar Aloidbs. It is stated that
Dr. Windship, the strongest man in the world,
now lifts with his hands 1,032 pounds, and ex
pects to be able, before long, to "shoulder" a
barrel ot flour with the aid of one hand only.
This exertion Is equivalent to holding at arm's
length a dumb bell weighing two hundred and
fifty pounds. . !
Mariiasb ard Slatbbt. The Charleston
(S. C,) Uertmy says that careful observation
and calculation from reliable statistics show
that mere wives of Northern men, in propor
tion to the number, annually run away from
their husbands, than there are of slaves who
flee front their masters.
Both, we presume, are desirous of treeing
themselves from slavery. .
Irobnioos Mods or Killirq ar Obroxioos
Plat. Miss Kimberly has paid Dion Boursi
eault $1,000 for the new sensation drama, the
"Ootoroon.'.' The pro-slavery opponents of
the drama must have hired Miss Kimberly to
purchase and play in the "Octoroon," know
ing that her peraonation of the leading part
would, wherever it is represented, necessarily
place a quietus on the pbiy forever.. . , (
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Indiana Democratic Convention.
iRDiARAroLis, January 13. Samuel L.
Rugg, of Adams, for Superintendent of Public
Instruction; Corneilus O'Brien, of Dearborn,
for Clerk of the Supreme Court, and Miohael
0. Kerr, of Floyd, for Reporter of the Supreme
Court, were nominated.
A majority of the candidates oaths State
tioket are Administration men. "
The resolutions adopted are very long.
- The first favors a strlot construction of the
Constitution, and that it is -Inexpedient and
dangerous to exercise doubtful Constitutional
powers. . . .
The second repudiates all sectional parties
and platforms concerning domestio alavery. 1
3. Indorses the principles contained in the
organic laws establishing the Territories of
Kansas and Nebraska.
4. Says that it has been fully demonstrated
tha by the uniform application of this Dem i
ocratio priaoiple to the organization of Ter
ritories, and to the admission of new States,
with or without domestic slavery, as they may
uleot, the equal rights of all the States may be
preserved intact. . i .
5. Refers to the contest now going on for
the Speakership at Washington, and calls on
the Democrats from Indiana to stand firmly
by the regular nominee of the Democratic
party.
6. Discountenances the political agitation of
tho slavery question.
7. Favors the honorable and peaceful acqui
sition of Cuba. .
8. Denouncea the laws recently enacted in
Massachusetts in regard to foreign-born citi
zens. , .
9. Opposes the efforts of the so-called Re
publican party to kindle anew the fires of fa-,
natioiam and the establishment of laws oalou
lated to infringe on the rights of the people.
10. Wishes suooess to the Administration of
James Buchanan, and on all proper occasions
will defend his actions when oarrying out the
principles of the Democratlo party against the
unjust attacks of the Republican party.
11. Indorses the Administration of Governor
Willard.
12. Instructs the delegates to the Charleston
Convention to vote as a unit for Stephen A.
Douglas as the candidate for the Presidency. -
13. Protests against all acts or inflammatory
appeals which tend to make the Union less
perfeot, or to jeopardise or disturb the domes
tic tranquility or mar the spirit of harmony,
confidence and concession upon whioh the
Union was formed by our fathers.
14. Denounces the Harper's Ferry raid.
15. Favors a Homestead Law to actual aet
tloraon the publiolanda. . ., . .
16. Aooepts the decisions of the Supreme
Court as but the evider.j'- of the true meaning
of the Constitution. r : ,
17. Re-affirms the principles contained in
the Cincinnati Platform as expoundod by Bu
chanan's latter of acceptance.
18. Opposes the re-openiog of the African
slave-trade. .
19. That naturalized citizens, nfter declar
ing their intention to beoome citizens of our
Government, are entitled to its protection in
foreign lands, the same as native-Lorn oitiiens.
The Convention adjourned tint die, at one
o'clock this morning, in good order.
Washington Items.
New Yobx, January 13. The JWiwieV
Washington correspondent says: No PoBtoffioe
scrip, for the quarter ending Deoember 31, has
been Issued. Though many accounts are ad
justed, bankers refuse any further purchases,
owing to the uncertainty of the House organ
ising. In oases where contractors have thrown
up mails, Mr. Holt has directed new arrange
ments to be made at same prices, with gene
rally a substitution of weekly for tri-weekly
service. ,.
Information is reoeived from Mexico that
Miramon has organized a force of over 3,000
men; for the purpose of attacking Vera Cruz,
with confident expectations of carrying it and
terminating the struggle.
Mr. McLane's treaty was obtained after
earnest resistance by Juarez, aa a last alterna
tive for preserving bis position. Lerdo had
been sent here for the purpose of raising
money, and failed. Mr. Belmont, to whom
application had been made, conditionally
promised, it tne treaty was made and ratified
by the Senate, advances might be obtained
under that prospect. Mr. McLane succeeded
when it was . least expeoted, and when Senor
Mate, Juarez's representative here, was about
giving nphis residence, he having abandoned
all hope.
The New York Timet' i correspondent says:
The oScial report of Captain Helntzelmann
has been reoeived by Secretary Floyd. It
gives the details of the battle of the 27th alt.
with Cortinas. The latter, with 600 men, !
was entrenonea one mile above Kio Grande
City. Captain H. attaoked him with 150
regulars and 180 Mler rangers. 1
Cortinas retreated, and a running fire was
kept up for ten miles, when the outlaws dis
persed, Cortinas with twenty man swimming
the Rio Grande. All Cortinas's artillery and
supplies were oaptured. '
Cortinas soon afterward appeared, before
Roma, a small town higher np tha river, and
threatened to burn it, and Capt. Stone's com
pany of cavalry was sent to oocupy It. Com
pany C, first artillery, is occupying Fort Ring
gold. Capt. H. bega that new troops may be sent
him, and urges the positive necessity for them
on that frontier. ' - :
The ifcraWs correspondent says: The Penn
sylvania Republican delegation, ' under, the
lead of Senator Cameron, waited upon Senator
Seward, and severally paid their respeots to
him. -' , i ,
The National Union Committee met last
night,and oompleted their National Committee.
The Senato yf sU- continued the follow
ing nominations: J. I1. Russel, of Virginia,
Indian Agent of New Meiico; D. N. Huokina,
of Massachusetts, Consul at Cape Town; W.
L. Mosier, Register of Land Office, and W. J.
Martin, Receiver of Public Moneys at Rose-
burg, Oregon; Hamilton Cooper, of Georgia,
uuuea Dtaws attorney tor uregon. .
Naval.
Niw Yosx, January 13. The Secretary' of
tne wavy directed tne commander or too Ire
quoit to prooure a New Jersey pilot to take
that vessel to aea, but application In that has
met with prompt refusal.
Two other Government vessels are now de
tained at the Navy-yard, in consequence of
the refusal of Mr. Toucoy to pay the pilotage
-
Marine Disaster.
New York, January 13. The propeller
SUett S. Terry, of Hartford, from Wilmington,
Delaware, was cut through by the ice in the
East River, and sunk. She had a cargo of
12,000 bushels corn. Loss, 1J,000. :
From New York.
New York, January -13. A ship will leave
this port next week for Gibraltar, with pro
visions for the relief of Morocco. She will be
under command ot Capt Moses, of. Charles
ton. ... . .,- ..-3
River News.
Pittbbvhq, January 13 M. River fourteen
feet by pier-mark, and at a stand. Weather
oloudy and cold, indicating snow. Heavy
frost this morning. -' .- '. i..' .
Donation to the Lawrence Sufferers.
PsiLADixrHiA, January 13. The Cera Ex
change has made a donation of $500 to tha
Lawrsnoe sufferers. ,j .:-At?,v,n
RATES. OF ADVERTISING
), TIRM$mCA)H. ,
Advertisements not exeeedlnf five tines (Asata):
Una insertion. .
I One week...
$1 00
Two wosaa. 1 j
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Larger advertisements Inserted at the following ratea
for square ot ton lines or leas: , .
On insertion.... BO I Two weeks , ts) 00
Each additional. AJ Three vrkZl 5tt
One work...... 1 3 1 Ouemonth,.. . $ 0
In all Its breaches done with neaiBees and dispttcb.
.-i (i -.
ril Jn oil fif.
SMOKE-CONSUMING-
Coal Cdokiilg' Stcrci!
Has been pronounced" by competent jtftffcea to be the
BEST COAL COOKING-STOVE t
EVER 1 1ST V E N TE I).
jSXS SIZES !
Patented Dec. 1, .858.
Tor sale br the Inventors and Mannbctnrsre,
ADAMS & PECKOVER
NOVBLTT IROH FOUNDERY,
No. 333 Fonrtb-street, Cincinnati.
Vi e reapeetfnllr refer to tba following oartiBcatss
for wvldenoe of the. above i ,
T t some months I have bean n.lnf the Alligator
Ooal Hooking Stove. Its superior cooking auailties,
combined with ita cleanliness, mosteventoanrseciue
io me owners a urge snare ar budiio patronage.
, JUHS MoTKAN.
I have been nsfn one of ne- V Adams A Peck-
ovef 'a Alligator Cloak HttVeA ton,; he months, which
plves entire satisfaction m ev.nlrespect, and I can
hoerfallT recommend it to those.wh. are in want of
a superior cook stove. H. 11. ItKAVlTT.
For the last rear I have been oalng. the Alligrator
Coal Cooking Stove, manufactured by Messrs. Aaama
A 1'eckover. which I consider a snnerlor stove, and
elves the utmost satisfaction. It Is the only stove 1
liave fonnd that cooks perfectly with coal.
- . UHNBI VAliLIlTS,
Wot some time past I have been osine: oneof Meairs.
Adams A Peckover'a Allfsator Uoal Oboklns Stoves.
nnd cau recommend them aa being a superior stove.
giving entire satisfaction in every raspoot.
JOH. BOBHUE
iiti, uoai
I Merchant,
I cheerfully indorse the above.
aeio
jOHM KCBIiEB.
IJItlY lOI.U'Rll ililtin
Manufactory, Covin jrton, Ky.
WAREHOUSE, - - CINCINNATI, 0,
, No. 110 East Oolnmbla-atreet.
MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY TUB
trade at tba most reasonable prioes and on tho
most accommodating terms with -
GLASSWARE!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
LANTERNS
LAMPS
For OIL, Fluid or - Coal Oil,
AND TUB COAL OIL DEODORIZED.
N. B. Jones's Improved Lamps and Burners fr
aslo by oar agent, J. BKLLEKS, Covington, Ky.
, ., fdeUv- .r -
Coal Cooing Stove,
AWARDED TH1 SiLTKK MEDAL
i i.
ATH
STATE FAIR.
Heldlat Zanesvllle, October, 1830, '
. MANUFACTURED BY
EU & CO.,
SAMPLE AND SALIC-ROOKS,
Yos. Si ail d 53 Viiic-st,,
(Seeoad door Below Colombia,)
ClNC,! N N ATI.
fnoorml
OHIO.
THE PALMER
PUMP COMPANY,
CIORNER OF MIAMI CANAL AN1
J TB 1BD-STBEGT, Cincinnati, Ohio, are menu
factoring largely. Palmer's celebrated Hvdranlin
Knrce aud Lilt Pump. Also, bis Portable Steam
Engines. All those wbo are about to pnrchaM
PU1HP8 for, Tangerine, Krewerlee, IMatll.
In riea, Dry Docka, Paper mills Kail read
Mationa, Mines, Wrecking! Pai-posea, or, In
fn, r, fur any purpose where a pump is needrd, will
nnd it to their advantage to call and see th. work
ing of these valuable Invention., or address the
PALHUtt PUMP OOMPAHf fore clrcnUr, which
will luruish the uaniea of many who have usmI these
Pumps with perfect .attraction. de?llm
Holiday Presents.
I HAVB JUST OPENED A LOT 0 f
nisnne and China figures, Fancy Iukitan i
Vanes, Jewel and Match-boxes, Fancy Shaving aaf
VVurk.boxes, and other Fauoy Goods too numerom
to mention, suitable for the Holidays, which I will
soli cheaper . than any other establishment ia the
city. HKNBY DAVID,
No. 27S Haia-etmt, between Sixth and Seven th';ii
N. B. Also a new lot of fancy-Soars, Perfumery.
Hrtrsote. Ae. . .. . air'
J. M'ELEVEY,
Merchart' Tailor
No. 48 FOti H rH-8TKEET, '
deUtf . . LODWON BTJUPlMQ,
HEAD-QUARTERN FOR - -
Boots & Shoes !
I HAVE NOW IN STORE A LAJRGE
and superior stock of Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
which for extent and variety Is not snrpassed vest of
Now Tork. My prices are reasonable; give me a call,
jas JOHN H. DKTBKB.M Wees Fourth -st.
THE AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF GEO,
B. Sloat A Oo's. Family Sewing Machines has
been removed to No. SO West Fourth'Street, over
Le Bouvelllers. ' (jaOam) K. H. COPE, Agent.
120
CARTOONS OF CHILDREN'S
glorocoo-heeled Boots; ' ' . 1 7
. UO cartoons of .Children's Fancy-heeled Bootsf 'o
,000 pairs of Women's Pegged Goat Boots, custom,
made, at 78 cents a pair. . ' , ,.
IsstoreandlbiOnjleby: ' '
K .-red a U v v. JOHHtOAHUIi,
fans . . . .... . ft Paarl-stre
HAVANA OIOARS-Of the koioest
sSmniial llnMt nnaklii tost nt HV.m.1 rr
Ja7
i inrnsap Ninth mA vu.
ASSQ-BUmiSS .
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA OLD HO
OKA, and very, superior eld Btp On Sees, at ...
i.'i r ! ralooiwirs,
laT Oorner Ninth and V laa-streets.
BENT . k CO.'S WATEBhCRACKB&S.
Jast reoeived SO cans Bent A Oo.'s Waiter.
Crackers. Foraalaby , '"'i3'-v
A. MoDONAXD OO. . .
ja - M and Branch Stow SW Wwii Frmrth-st.
BALTIMORE ROE EKRR'INQS. JUST
received S bris. exCaTIIaltimore Boe Herriiiia.
For sale by . -' A. McDV AtD A CO.,
jaa ti and Branch Stores) eet Fonrth-st.T
NE W HAMS, DRIED .JBKEF-AND
- TONQUE8.-3ardner Phlpps'sand S, Davis's
axUa SuBar-cuiwd Uami. For sale by ' r
A, JloiKALnOp.,
jaS -MajBtWBUrmMwest fourlt.
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