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IHE PENNY PRESS
la pakliabed dally, (Bandar eneepted,, ht
frBAXCIBCO CAX.DWEI.ft,
, ; psdraimoBa. '
, If 101 . It HIT lOIITMTIIIt.
TBI FISH PBIBStt aeliveredtobtorlben U
Cincinnati, OorlngtoB and Newport, andsnr-
loandinc dues ud towns, at tht M
,' i i treacly low prlo of
BIX Cum A WMK, PAIABLB TO OABBIBB.
mom o saiujiw
BlBlootMlo. lmonUMo.il sum Uu 11; lfMiti.
AHUSEMENTS.
Wnnil'H TW is ATER.
:-r. onu nxn urn ninturi.
fans A. 1mm, J a.,., -Sole Lwm end Manager.
'"' Hut Elba Logan
la her Intents and fearfcl presentation of
. "iiMnuistqu,"
' THIS ITIHIIO, January ,wUl be presented
tht thrilling drm ualled
LUCRETIA BOBQUl .
Oa, Tbi Pouvobbb.
lucretta BorfI..-..M......,...,.MUi Ills Logan
Gennaro.............,......................M. Lengaon
AlfOD0tHtM,llMttMMtMMtMl,tUr. ilAQD
rluoass Amelia.. MM MM Mt inOMII lltllllM IIHI MIm Iverltt
. Cno4..,.,......,.Hm.....H,Mm Kate Ptaaorer,
lo soaoioM with ,
' ! . : . , POOA-HON-TABl
. 01. THB 01MTI.I MAIDM.
Captain Jobs lalth.... . Jit, Hall.
LleutsBaut Brown..... ...Mr. -pord.
Mynheer Btlflw,...i..w.w.wtMMiiim.Mw..i.M.Mr A oa ma.
POWhatoPHWMMW.M..MI.MI.IIIMMII.Mr JtlllTt
H. B. H. P-o-hoB-tM..lllu Fanny Denham,
Poo-tee-pet......... .. Mill Annie Waite.
Wes-cha-vsnda....... ..MIM Julia Irving.
j KfOi-cn-be......-.-.,...-.-..-...MlM Gilbert.
In eoneeaMnoe of the dally applications for the
: historical tier of " Touasalnt L'Overture I Or, The
insurrection oi Hayti," tne manager win rortnwitn
make the neoeeeary efforts for 1U early ud brilliant
- production
smt Doors nn at Ml OnrUln rites at 1H o'olook.
; Pnions or Abmwhob Drtat Circle end Pera.utte,
pIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
8. N. !Mk.M..........,......w...PropTletor.
r. B. OonwT.,.............M.............J)te Director.
i. F. Herbert
....... ..Treasurer,
itlHWItHim tetet
Fourth night of those renowned favorites,
Mr. and Mre. W. 4. Florence.
THIS IVIMNQ, January 21, will be presented
ins Deautl'ui urame, i n mree ion, milieu
IRELAND AS II WAS.
Bagged Pat ............... Mr, Florence
Judy f'trt.u.1 mi II--- -i M" Florence
Den O'Cerolan ... -.....................Mr. Sheridan
Honor O'Uarolan Mr. Wilklna
Florence w Hies Helen Monroe
Tooonolude with the protean rarce called
THE YOUNG ACTRESS.
Maria, Panl Bnrtin, line Heatherblossom, r
(IflmMf flrftv. Jamaha, Jovful Hakebeac
Lob Mra. Florence
The Tragedian-. ..Mr. Florence
"" A Orand Spectacular Drama li In active prep.
aratlon, witn new scenery, areates, enecis, sc., huu
anataiaed br the entire atreneth of the oomnanr.
Paioaa or Admusioh.-Parquette Circle, Pamaette
and Balconr, 60 oenta; Amphitheater, 26 oenta;
Private Boiee for eight peraons, fH.
Doori open at 6H o'clock j commence at 7M.
JATIONALTHEATEK.
- John Batea,.
Proprietor and Manager
VT.'P. arwinf.,....,.........ii....w....
.Treaaurer
it
fjBOWDHD HOTJSlWf -" t ? S .H J
H0BKAM8 OF LATJOHTSB,
At tne new
COMIC PANTOMIME.
' Firat night of the i
. . t k INNKKKPIB OF ABBEVILLE.
THIS ICVENINO. OatnrdaT. Januarr 31. the en
tertainmant will commence with, for the first time
In thia oitr. the beautiful drama entitled
THE INNKEEPER OF ABBEVILLE ;
nt. Tri OaTl.aa AMD TUB RonBEB.
OErand, the 0tler....M...... ...........Mr. W Carter
Byrkile, the Bobber....-. , Mr. Vanderea
. Jfir fttllo. ...,.... .............,. ............mm... .Mr. Htuart
Maranla.......... Mr. Swift
Louiee ....Mra. Vanderen
- Lady Kmma - .-.....-...,..M laa A. Grabam
; Altbratiob or Ti.-Door open X before
; Cnrtain rlua at paat 7, f reclaeiy.
NOT 10 K. Tradesman and otberr are cantlonod
against furniablng aor articles lor tne tneater witn
THE NKW NATIONAL HOTEL, adjoining the
Theater, la now open ror tne reception oi guesu,
Kooma can be obtained br the day or week, and
meals furnished at all hours
MITH & NIXON'S II A LI.
PcgiUvel y tne I-ast two Performances of
PROF. JACOBS'S
WONDERS!
This (NntBrdar) Afternoon, Jan. tl,
Adnlti - 23 oenta. Children II canta.
AT THBKS O'CLOCK ;
And Thla ErenlB, at TN o'clock,
Admlnlon, 26 canta. ' )a21a
JR AND MRS. SHANKS'S
ADWNG AClDBM,m
mm 8BU0NP tibm. 'mA
National Hall, Tlne-m-eet, Faith,
' . The lessons are to arraaged that inner can
eommence at any time.
detf
MUSICAL.
THE- ' '
COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO THE
pnpila of the Western Female Seminary, Ox
ford, Ohio, br Mine Mary B. Adams, and Illustrated
witn anueTiawoi tue aemiuary duiiuiuk.. rnwi
Sdoonts; JOHN OH U BOH, jr.,
jalo No, 66 West Fourth-street,
M ENTERS
MASONIC QUirK-STjEP1
I Arranged for Piano, by PBOF. SOU 1KB. With
boautliul Lithograph of the New Maaonio Building,
juat puDiianea uf junn uaunua, 4n.
eni - w wa a ounu-sireei.
USIOAL INSTRUMENTS CHEAPEB
. XTJL that ever.' Great aacritioe of
Pianos , Melodeona , Vtoloncelloa ,1
. Violins, Qnitara, Banjo Strings. Trim-)
mines, ao.. annna me uouaara.
fiellin( at 100 aer oent. leas than any
other Bouse in this city, and Brst-claas Inabrnmenta
at that. TWi not bnr an Instrument until voo haye
called at No. 227 Fifth-street, second door east
num. south aide. HBITTINQ A BBO..
" Piano Makers, and Dealers la First-class, Instro
' ments. ' oexitr
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO.iM WEST FOURTH-STREET,
xjb. next to Bmlth Nixon's Hall) Cincinnati,
Ohio. A snlendid Gift, worth from SO oenta to 1100.
will be given with rery book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale. ,
(lifts oonaist of Gold and Slrer Watches. Ladles'
Solid Gold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Gold Vest-chalns.and a large va
riety oi otnar arueiea oi run weweiry, wortn rrom
Mlnentato glftO.
' Ladles and gentlemen are respectfully invited
can ana examiue our bvuok.
A. Ar KELLEY, .
Publisher and Gift Bookaeller,
no2.tf ' No. 28 Weal Fourth -staeet
$30..,. $30. $30. i $30,
MOORE'S
thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch
PAMILYSBWIlVeilllCHlNBS
" BbTOCBED BT BEOINT L1TTBB8 PiTiraT.
mHTS MAODINB HAS BEES PRO
JL NOONCKDby all eamaenaatjaa1 area, whs
hare seen it. to be the best and moat deairabla Fam
ily Sewing Machine aver introduced, I-eatardies
Rf prlea. It will sew all kinds of family foods,
on the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and usm all kinds oi inreaa, rrom no, s
anX?nr iM,nl.p. np fiwll ana aae it In oaeratlon
tln early applioatlon.Stataand County Bights may
beaecared. ' . . . . .
Aaeaergetlo parson oan in ake a fortune In a short
Hint. A fen is wan tea man uuauiu
R. fl. BCRTItUN.
He It aud txoliislve
Iiisive agent for tne united ewes, .
88 Weal Fonj-ttyeet Cincinnati,
ITXIAM DISNEY. ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Ohaaa Baftdlnfti mo. inastTnna
ttnji.
TOL. S..: NO. 13?. j .. ,
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE.
TRAINS ARRIVE.
Lrrru MbAtn. Bight Bxpreat, 1:00 L. at.) Acoom.
mndatlran. aiA W m ; Tkt Kibmu. S-aA w
JjroiijiiroLii aan- Omouiiiati. 11:14 a. u.i OHO p.
ar.l 1:9A, t. . -, -Ohio
ad iU uamim. i:S8 a. u.i Uitt A. M.I 10:11
r.au
OuoianiTf , Hamtltob ijrt Sanoa.-tU a. . UiOt
a. h.i iii p. M.i t:M r. a.) IiM p.
B.aiana. ajro CjhcniBiVi. ll: L u. ttM P. b),
BrositoiD ais UouaaroLH. UiaO n. tiS p. a.
TRAINS DEPART.
Littxi Muni. Day Kxpreas, 10:00 A. Aeoom
modatlon, 4:40 p. m. Night Express, 11:90 p. .
bmiaaAPOLU aid Ohoumati. :S0 a. at.i 12:48 p.
h.7:1p. .
8 nio abb MisaiMim. 7:20 A. . 2:00 P. H.I 7:90 P. .
IBOIKHATI, UAMILTOB ABD PATTOB.-OlOO A. M.I 7lN
A. ai. lOiOO A, B.I wr. BU !SU V, I inau F.
MiBIBTTA ABO ClBOIBBATI.-l40 A. H, IliO P. H.
BlCBMOBD AMD lBDlABArOLia.-:00 A. M,l 1140 f , ,
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
MAIL! ISKT AND BB0EIVKD TWIOB A DAT.
ABB1VB
BIIDI
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(N.Tork,PhlU.,Pltt-)
bargb, Bnffalo, Cleve- V
(land, Oolnmbns. ......... )
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unicago, in
' St. Ionia, Mo
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Indianapolis, Ind
Lonltvlllt, St.
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Newo't. Gov.. K-
9HI
Hamllton, Dayton
Xenla, Sprlngflel I
DAILY MAILS.
Baltimore, Wa-h'ton,'
Whtelin. Boston. Al.
ll
7H
i bany, Canada ,
rorismouin, unuuoo
the, Marietta, Cirole-
vllle, Zaneavllle
Lafayette, Terra H'te,
Vlncennea.......i...
New Orleans, Cairo,
Memphis, Texas
Detroit, Toledo, Iowa.
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piaanviiie......
Hillsborough, Ohi)..
Hlch'd.Iud", Eaton.Q.
Maysville, Ky
Biver towna by 8. B...
rWllllamBb'g,Batavia,1
0 .Brookvilie, Ind,...;
IX
11
12 Hi
mall, luruaiuuiui.t ,w utsiiduuiuiui uu ihw
days and Fridays at o P.M.
w . I , m i A m 1K A mImu a ....
EorelKTi mails close uauy ai r . as. .
etters for registration received until 6 P. M.
Office open from 1H A. M. ; closes at P. M.
Rates of Domestic Postage.
' . .
t . .. v i 1 1 j . rum
UBTTKBO IUr eiH.U UB11 UUHW. UUUOF o,WW U111H,
pre-paid, S cents: over2,0UO miles, pre-paid, 10 oenta.
All letters must be pre-paid by stamps, or inclosed in
stamped envelopes, or they will not be forwarded.
Tbansiknt Newspapibb, Pkriooioau, Cibculam,
Ae:, to any part of the United States, not weighing
over S ounces, 1 cent; and 1 cent for each additional
ounce; pre-payment required.
books, pre-saiu, noi weigaiua over v pvuuu., i wdi
Ser ounce, ror any distance in tne unitea states nn
er 3,000 miles, and 2 cents per ounce over 1,000 miles,
ire-payment requirea. ah iractione aver we ounce
o be counted as an additional ounce.
NiwapAnaa and Periodicals, not exceeding IX
AnnrM 4n.wni0Bitw-when eaid-onarterlv In advance.
and clroiibted in the State Where publlabed-daily,
per quarter 22, six times per week 14; tri-weekly
eemi-weeaiy.ot; weeaiy,dniBeiui-iuuuiuir, ib,
monthly, H. Newspapers and periodicals when
eigniug lt ouncea, uuuvie we auvvv rai s.'
Kmi.i. NawapApaaa. subliahed monthly oroftener.
and pamphlets not containing more than It octavo
pages, in pacaagee oi s uunoes ur vver, i vout po
nnnra.
Wbiklt NbwsfapbbJ, within the county where
publiahed, Free.
Unarterly payments, in advance, may ba made
tltner wuere puoiiBuea or receivea.
Church Directory.
i
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of
to
Baptist. First Baptist Ghnroh, Northside Court,
between Mound and Cutter.
High. Street Baptist Ghnroh, Bast of City Water
Ninth Street Baptiat Church, South tide Ninth,
between Vineand ttaoe.
Freeman Street Baptist Church, Freeman, near
foot of Fifth street. .
Wol.h n.nti.t Chnrah. North side Harrison.
Baker street Baptist Chnrch. (colored.) South side
o .. i. . . n: t .. .. . a t vin.
Third Street Baptiat Church, (colored,) South tide
Third, between Baca ana Kim. .
Christian. First Christian Chnrch, Iiongworth,
Between western bow ana jonn.
tlongreaational, First Orthodox Oongrega
tlonalOhurch, North aide Seventh, between Wester
Rsiw and John.
Second Orthodox Congregational Church, East side
Tine, between Eighth and Ninth.
Welsh Congregational Church, West side Lawrence,
between Third and Fourth. ...
Disciple of Ohrlwu-Ohrlstian Church, South,
westcorner Walnut and Eighth. ..,'
Christian Church .Sixth, betweenSmlth and Monnd,
Christian Church, between T. P. 18 and 14, Fulton.
Christian Church, (colored,) North side Harrison.
Friends. First Friends (Orthodox,) Fifth, be
niMii WMtani Rnw luid John.
First Friends (Hlckalte,) Fifth, between Western
Bow and John. .
Jewish 8ynaoues.-Holy OongTsgatlon,Chll.
dren of Iarael, South-eaat oorner Sixth and Broad
way, Holy Congregation, Children of Jeahurun, Lodge,
between Fifth and Sixth. '
Holy Congregation of United Brethren, Bace, be
tween s ouneeuw aua a uiwutu. . ,
Polish CongregaMon of the K. K. Ada, rat
corner Walnut and Fifth. .
HhMArith TaraAl. enrner of fieventha ad WAiant.
Methodist Kpiscopai. East Cinoinxati Dii
ibiot. Wesley Ctiapel, North side Fifth, between
Sycamore and Broadway. .' ,
Ninth stroAt Chanel la now sailed Trinity.
Asbury Chapel, South side Webster, between Main
and NrMmnn.
McKendrie Chapel, (Seventeenth Ward,) front
Wbu't CiKonntATi Dmtbiot. Morris Chapel, West
side Plum-street, between Front and Columbia,
Christie Chapel, North side Court, between Monad
and Ontter. ,
Carr-street Chapel, west aide of Oarr-street, be
tween Eighth-street and Hamilton and Dayton
Railroad Depot.
Park Street Chapel, South-west corner Park and
Fjongworth. -
York Street Chapel, South-west oorner BaymUler
and York.
FIndlay Chapel, South tide Clinton, between Cutter
and Linn.
Union Chapel, North side Seventh, between Plum
ana western now. v
Methodist Protestant.-FIrst Methodist Prat
estant Ck-vch, SiKth, between Vine and Bace.
Second Methodist Protestant Church, Kim, be
Ivun VirtMnth ann T.lhnrtv. -
George Street Church, George, between Cutter and
Linn. . . t ,
New Jerusalem. Temple, Longworth, between
Ruu anil IClm.
. Presbyterian Old School. First Presbyterian
Church, Fourth, between main ana w ainot. -'
Fourth Presbyterian Church, North side High
Fifth Presbyterian Churoh, South west oorner
John and mare. . . . .
Seventh Preebyterlan Church, WestUde Broadway,
hUMn fnin-th and Fifth. -t
Central Presbyterian Church, North-west corner
Barr and Hound.
Ninth Presbyterian Church, Cutter, between Clin
Ann and RattA. I
Prrabyterlan Nbw Sobool.-Second Preabyte-
rian Ohurcn, souinsiae aooxiu, ortweeu vuicasa
Third Presbyterian Chunk, South-wast corner
Fourth ana jonn.
Eighth Presbyterian Chnrah, Seventh, between
Linn and BaymUler.
Tabernacle Presbyterian 0k arch, oorner John and
CTfSteatant EpIseopal.-ObrBat'a Chnreb.Nortb
tide Fourth, between Bycamart and Broadway.
St. Paul's Church, South aids Fourth, between
Main and Walnnt.
St. John's Chnrch, South-east corner Plum and
Boventh. . . .
Trinitv ntinmh. coraar Pendleton and Liberty.
Church of the Advent, (no building, jTWalnot Hills'
Church oi the Atonement, corner uisnmono ano
Church of the Bodemptlon, Olinton.between West
ern now ana jonn,
u.nr'thnlln. St. Ansnstines. Bank street.
- St. Peter's Cathedral, Sonth-west oorner Plum and
lgutn.
St. Francis Savior's, West aide Sycamore between
Sixth ana neventn. '.,..
St. Patrick'a, North-east oorner Third and Mill
St. Michael's West side of Millcreek. I
Holy Trinity, Sonth side Fifth, between Smith and
St. Mary's, South-east oorner Jackson And Thtr
St. Paul's, South-east corner Spring and Abigail.
St. John Baptist, oorner Bremen and Green,
a, in-.h Hnnthwuuit nnrnap Linn and Laurel
St! Philomeua, North side Pearl, between Plkeand
'St! Thomas, West tide Byca-nore, between fifth
aih
Unltarian.-First Unitarian Church, South-west
oorner Fouriu aau w,. . .. .
IJulverBallB.-First Onlverfa 1st Chnrah, Bat
J Di . E.n.MHi Vnnrthand Viltn.
Second Unlvereelltt Church, sornsr Blxth and
Mnnnd. 1
.
HA CARTOONS OF CHILDREN'S
JB.4tBavP Morooco-heeled Boots;
120oartoona of Children's Fancy -heeled Boots;
oa pairs of Woman's Pegged Goat Boots, custom
saads,at7acaatsapalr.
,"tW"4fc""""b,: JOBHOAHILI,,
ta ' MPasrl-etrtst,
itfW'.tj a
PEN AND SCISSORS.
jatTna imall noz
In LasLogton, Va. nat
abated. ...
T"A ettr rutarj rer rallrotd li about to be
built la Blobmond, Va. ,
TTh Strald prln0n offloa at Brant
wiok. Va., has been dtstrojtd bj Bra.
JofWhat did bllod woodiawver take to
rettora hU right? Et took hit korse, and saw.
The hope of the plnnderad toptr the
restoration of tht Boorbon. .
J""Art too a Christian Indian T " asked
a parton of an adherent of Red JaoktU "No,"
laid ttaa itardy lavaje,''! wkUlq Indian.",
tfAa Irishman namad Dally wai killed
scar Springfield, 0., a da or two ilnoa, by a
limb falling from a traa which ba irai cutting.
"Tht loa on tht RaDDahanaeek Rlvtr
broke np and pained off oa Wednesday night
latK
JkbTA ban having four lata and two taili,
waa recently shown to tha editor of the New
York iVaiM. , . i
jtaTSevlvali of religion hart lately taken
fjlaoa among tha Mathodliti la Taylor County,
BaVTha criminal who built tha Pemberton
ills to aa to make It a man trap, baa been
M
diiooverad
' He wag tha Engineer.
JBsTThe lubsorlptloni la aid of tha Law
rence sufferers, amount to $15,000. Total
number of killed ao far 204 wounded 818.
BenTA French saeanf hai fixed tha next
deluge for the year 8169. It ought not to last
nau io long aa mat.
'Mr. Kaufman, a prominent Dhviioian
of New Orleana, oommitted inloide last week
by aiabbing himscll to the heart.
f The last Legislature of Georele
granted a charter for the "Middle Georgia
nieotcai uoiiege,-, to oa looated at Uriffln.
3T"At a reitaorant. when too notioe cock
roaches around, you can console yourself by
luiornug uiaiaii aro aos m tne puaaing -
A new rss oomoanv Is to be orsanlied
in Norfolk, Va., the object being to procure
gas at reasonable pnoe. ;
An esgle measuring seven and a half
feet from Up to tip has been can tared in Bote-
tourt wountyt ya., oy sat. a., tionei.
JetTAn old .negro, known In Cumberland,
Md., a "Unole Bush," died recently at tha
extraordinary age oi one hvmdrta and n years.
licut. Beale, of Oalliornla" celebrity,
la sojourning In Washinaton. Though oniv
thirty years old, he has become gray from bit
narainipi ana exposures.
' h9There were twelve thouiand sevtn hun
dred and twenty-eight barrels of flour in
speoted in Falmouth, Va., in the last quarter
Or IBOK.
A beggar boy applied to a farmer's
wilie in Scotland for reliel, and was refuted on
the ground that ibe "had no copper," to
which the urohin replied,".! ta' : eiller, mem."
j0fSht Mills equestrian statue of Wash.
Ington will be inaugurated 334 of February,
with imposing ceremonies. Edward Everett
li Invited to deliver the address.
"A mono; all my boys," laid an old
man, " I never had but one boy who took after
me, ana that was my ion Aaron, who took
after me with a club."
TA penaion of 50 a year has been
granted Mrs. Janet Taylor, an authoress,
Whose works are well known to and are ap
predated by the mercantile marine of England,
fiB'k physician onoe boasted to Sir Henry
Halford, saying, "I waa the firat to diioover
the Aslatls cholera, and communicate It to the
pnblicl"
4drI)avld Moore, a citizen of Livingston
County, Ky., hung himself recently in the
woods near bit residence, not far from Smith'
land.
gtTA young man named French, a printer,
and formerly an actor in Kunkel's troupe, died
of consumption at Lynobburg, Va., a few days
since.
SrIt la reported, falsely, no doubt, that
Hiram Fuller Is negotiating for the purchase
of tne JNew Orleans Delta, and that Mackay
the English poet, is to write for that' journal
Jf-The French Imperial Stud altogether
is composed of from three to four hundred
honessaddle, carriage and poit-honei and
they are now distributed in five different
tablishmenti.
A number of females recently demol
ished a drinking grocery in Paulding, 0.
knocking in the heads of whiiky barrels and
brandy Kegs, besidea smashing things gen
any.
eTThe whole number of banking associa
tions in Wisconsin on the first Monday bf Jan
nary was one hundred and fourteen,' with a
capital of $8,505,000, a decrease of $285,000
daring tne year.
;
A Liap fob Lioaa. A German named
Frita Rhnel, recently jumped from the top of
a (Afee-story house, in Bt. liouu, into a nana
of mow seraped together for the purpose, on a
wager, by the terms of which he had to fur
ntsh the beer for the day to the party if he
failed to make the jump; and if he succeeded
soma onselie was to do tha same. All being
arranged Jfrlta ascended totneroor, and came
down feet' foremost into tha heap of snow,
whioh, being soft, yielded, so that the new
Sam Patch sank to his arm; pits.
Thb VitxiolThiowmq Maohiks. The ed
itor of the Troy (N. T.) -irsna has been shown
the "machine" by whioh vitriol la squirted
upon the dretiea of ladies. It consists of a
large hollow matallie finger ring, with a small
hole in it just largeenough to permit the flow
of the small stream thrown. To this ring is
attached a metallic cylinder, which will hold
a tableapoonful and a half of vitriol. From
the cylinder projects the end of a piston-rod
to the piston is attacnea a vaiva worxiog in
side of the cylinder. - - -1 - -
Mai Killsd bt Jot. An old resident of
Richmond, -Va., after long litigation in the
Courts, succeeded, a few days since, in recov
ering $1,100 from a debtor, whioh so elated
him that on Its reception he was aeised with
appoplezy, and died in less than a day. Joy
can kill aa weU as grief. It is related that the
door-keeper of the Old Congress, on hearing
of the surrender oi uornwaius, at loratown,
fell dead in a paroxysm of dslightat the men
Uoa of that ciranmatanoo. . :
Thalsbio Am Libit. Miss Anne Brewster,
in her new musical novel, character lias Thai
berg's ityle of playing the piano aa aa "iea
rain oa a cold plate of steel," out that of Lint
aa an "lot rain oa a plate of steel burning,
teething hot."
' Samoa bp a Nio so. A negro, a fireman on
one uf the St. Louli boats, blew his brains out
a day er two ainoe, at his habitation on Bloody
Island.' '
Robiid of Wira aid Moxbt. Mn.
Hasan, the wife of an auctioneer, eloped from
Van Boxen, Ark., recently, with oneHontx, a
negro minstrel, tarrying off a large sum of
money el aging to her husband. .
BlIOCLAB IlPOMATlOI AID fitTMIRAICI OF
Al Iidiaji Siaki. A lady who returned from
India m England tnrte yean ago. was the
other day opening a drawer in what is termed
a nuiiocK-irusB. xo ner amassment ana hor
ror, a snake reared up its head; her first lm
pulse waa to push the drawer to. but It waa
(tiff and heavy. She ran, soraamtng, down
sum tor neip. utr orotnir, wno was in the
drawing-room, went to her assistance, and
preceded her again up stain. Ibe make
was not to be teen, and the gentleman thought
It must have been his slater's Imagination so,
after some little time, the search waa givsn
up. The following morning, a canary that
always hung in the lady 'a room waa missing,
and on looking into the cage the snake lay
curled np at the bottom of it, and all that re
matnsdof tha bird byhli aide. There was
no difficulty in destreylag the snake, and It
was discovered to be what is termed a green
snaks, whose nature is to make a spring at
the eye, when death immediately ensues. The
marvel is how the reptile lived io long, and
how the lady esoapea.
A Daio Soon Cabs :i Nsw Jiisit. A
somewhat interesting case, brought by ena
Virginia .Burnett against a resident er bus
ion County, in New Jersey, Is netloed for
trial at the present term of the Olroult Court of
the laid county, in wnion, among otner mat
ten, the right to sue will be brought in ques
tion, nndei the rulings in the celebrated Dred
Soott ease. The plainiiff is a fine-looking
half-and-half colored person, born and
brought np In the family of Commodore Stock
ton, at Princeton, New Jersey. Her mother
and father were slaves, who lived and died at
Princeton, and the plaintiff in this suit seems
to be the only surviving one of the family.
aB l
Two Mn Shoot Each OtbbiDiao atPusit
Souhd. The Puget Sound papers are filled
with accounts of a recent oaae of scandal that
took place at Olympia, where a certain ''Mr
8." and a "Mr. C." had a row about the wife
oi tne lormer. "Mrs. s." wanted to buy a
sewing-machine, but her lord and master
would not give her the necessary money to
pay for it. one therefore borrowed the amount
from Mr. 0. Thereupon Mr. S. trot lentous.
armed himself with a shot gun, and innght
out nis mppoaed rival. The latter armed him
self with a pistol. They met lu the highway,
nrea, ana both fen dead.
WBAT JrlBSOIS ABB COHSIDSBID CAFR II
G10B8IA. The 5butaern Cmftdenm, pub
liibed at Atlanta, says In a late issue: j
' We regard every man in our midst an en
emy to the institutions of the South who; does
not boldly declare that he or ibe believes Af
rican slavery to ba a social, a moral end i
polltioal blessing. Any person holding other
man tnese sentiments, wnetner born at tne
South or North, is unsound and should be re
quested to leave the country.
.
LlFB bAVBD BV THB BLOOD OF A FsiBBD. A
auooeiiful case of transfusion of blood into the
veins of a woman was performed lately in
Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Sootland. The woman,
although in the prime of life, had become so
weak from the loss of blood that pulsation was
at times Imperceptible. The blood of a friend
was injeoted into a vein in one of her arms,
and tne most cheering results ware Immedi
ately manifested. She continued to Improve
rapidly, ana at last accounts was considered
beyond tne reach ot danger.
; sa I
Oib School Bot Shoots anothbb Dead.
A ton of Ool. Elijah Sebrce, of Todd County,
Ky., was killed in the school-house, at Tren
ton, a few daya slnoe. The boys of the school
had been praotlolng upon the credulity and
feara of one of their number, by inducing him
to believe that young Sebree had been making
threats against him, and intended to kill him,
whereupon the lad armed himself and walked
deliberately up to Sebree, In the school-house,
and shot him dead.
Thb Viobbot'sSoi. A letter from Alexin
dria states that for some days past the Vlocroy
or Jigypt has been muon engaged at Cairo
with festivities of welcome to his little ion
Toussoun Pacha, who has just returned from
his usual summer exoursion to Europe. Little
Touasoun Pacha is now about seven years
age. He has acquired from his English nurse,
and through hia frequent visits to England,
perfect Knowledge ot our language.
Mokb of thb Waidibbb. Mr. Lamar,
Savannah, Ga., haa made a formal demand for
hit ysoht Wanoiarer, and Instructed his agent
to amp a crew and send ner to Matanzts
where he hopes to dispose of her. The claim
ant! are willing to give her up upon hit exe
outing a bond to the amount of her value,
conditioned lor the payment of all sums that
may be legally reooverea against her.
Fall or a Bbidsb ovbb thb Schuthill
Rivea. The other night the oenter span
tne wooden toll-bridge across the Bchuylkill
at the Falls, near Philadelphia, fell to the
water, thereby cutting off all communication
between the two shores. Thia bridge was
erected in 1848, by a stock company, at a oost
or about 33,uun.
Thb Seoul dbkl Db Rivibbb Fiidiio Era
Lbvbu Captain Henry de la Riviere, "the
gallant Zouave," is in reduced oireumstanoea
m New rork, and Phelan, the billiard man
at the earnest solicitation of Lola Montai, has
given the poor wretoh a situation as marker
one of his up-town saloons, with a new suit
clothes ana $40 a month.
Fatal ArraAT ii Illinois. A shooting
affray occurred at Ashley, on tbe night of the
loth, at the Ashley House, in which the pro
prietor, Mr. Mansfield, find two barrels of hla
revolver at James Coons, mortally wounding
him. ' coons entered the hotel wnne drunk,
and was shot upon entering.
Coigbessiohal Jmtiho. Tbad. Stevens
sent to the Clerk, the other day, a paper oriti
eislng his vote, which he deaired to be read
before he prooeeded. The Clerk, with great
gravity, opened It, and started back with hor
ror. ; It was a German newspaper I The
whole House bunt into roan of laughter.
Thb Rbason thb House Doi't Obqaibb,
Tbe Agent of the Rothschilds in New York
has half a million of Postoffloo orders drawing
Interest. It is the oondnet of capitalists
cashing or rather shaving these orders, that
hinders the organisation of the House.
A Cobiods CouroBiTioiri The new Vienna
Ifuttoal Oatetu pronounces Wagner's Music
the Future a "strange uncouthnest," and says
that it undertakes to paint and describe phe
nomena of the material world, Instead of being
the interpreter and exponent of the Immaterial
world, whioh it the true mission of music.
Diath fbom Dbibkiio Wiib. Miles Wain
died in New Haven, Conn., last week, from
drinking two quarts of so-called port-wine oa
a wager of $10. It would kill about any one
to drink that quantity of the villainous stuff
that goes by the name of port-wine in thia
country.
"A Wbax Iivbitioi of thb Eibkt." Old
Brown is reported to have visited a cirole
Spiritualists recently, and to have told them
that their only hope of salvation, here and
hereafter, is to turn Looofooo, and vote the
eguler ticket!
of
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of
in
of
of
Aiotiib Clbbioai, Tan-LovBi iv Mim-
iota One Ray. Mr. Hill jyutor of the United
Brethren, in the town of Ketota, Minn., waa
resently acoused of certain scandalous prac
tices, and thereupon called hla churoh and
aociity to listen to his confesaion. He told
them that three years before he had seduosd
a girl, aged ilztsen, from her home In Maine,
and taken hsr to Boston, and after a short ra
il ding t then to Minnesota, where he had re
aided with her thirteen months, having one
child by her. He said ho had left a wife and
three ohildren la Maine. After this fall con
fession, he asked all who were In favor of bis
remaining aa their Christian pastor, to atand
up, and a majority aroie to their feet, while
the restreluied to Tote either way, Evidently
the united Brethren in Minnesota are very
liberal la their ideas of soolel life. Hill found
open confession good, not only for the toul.
out ror nil pneitsnip ana bib pane. - i
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SiitsiiLi Viaw or thb TJiioi ii Viboiiia.
Tht Riohmond (Va ) Ntvi ssyi: There ii no
evil, real or fancied, whioh cannot ba better
endured within than cured without the union.
Listen not to the delusive tongue of the syren,
when tne ainttor a southern nepubiio. iAt
the batard of egotism, I tell yon with all the
fervor that will accompany my last wordi on
earth, Virginia can have no permanent .In
terest, and will be permitted to have no even
tual voice in suoh a confederation, i She would
aoon be as powerless at the fly on the coach
wheel, and aa much accounted of a mere cap
tive at the obariot wheels of the cotton and
sugar growing States while her "territory
would be the Flanders of the inevitable and
Irrepressible eonfliot that would emue. ' jNo.
Stay in the Union, and maintain your rights
under and within the Constitution. Xhis is
your high prerogative.
It ii your solemn
duty.
A Cubothas Ovbbcomb bt a Womai. One
Rev. Mr. A. S. Finch publishes a card, in
which he says that while attending theBrock
port. N. If., camp-meetine:. a woman, small
in stature, wearing spooks, and prepossessing
in appearance, appeared, pursued mm in a
carriage, told him of her esteem and how
much she was worth, and induoed mm to
marry her. He consented, the knot was tied,
and she, having accomplished hit ruin,! for
sook him, probably to find another; victim.
Mr. Finch sayi she aerved two men In! the
aame way before; one in Canada and the other
in Wisconsin; tbe latter in a destitute condi
tion. He gavea warning, that i be may not
innict similar outrages again, u, u .
mm i
Elofsmsnt or a Millionaires Daoohtbr
with a Pabboi. A millionaire in. Kent, Eng
land, and a large land-owner, haa a daughter
upon whom he was prrpnred to Dana nis lor
tune. The young l,i i v was wooed and won
by the curate of the parish in hieh sbje re
aided. The reverend gentlemua wished to
make her hia wife, but her father resolutely
refused, and eventually she wai induoed to
marry a rioh Dutoh merchant. Upon her
marriage her father settled 1MO,000 on her,
The lady waa married about four yean, and a
few weeks ago eloped with her former admirer,
the parson. ' I
TBS PaiSIOBBT AID THB SPBAKBBSHlP. A
Washington correspondent, in a letter 'dated
January 17, says: Mr. Bachan in. T am as
sored by those who should know, in reailly at
the bottom of this desperate resistance to the
election ot tsnerman. Me pretended, some
time aao. to re very anxious for the organiza
tion, but some of tht shrewdest Republican
memben now fully believe that the Pretident
la backing up the ditorganizera, and perhaps
will do so for some time yet, certainly an long
as there are any hopes icit of defeating Mr
Sherman. ;
A IlooBiBB in Washington At the last
President's levee in Washington, considerable
amusement waa created during the evening
by the rather strange oonduot anduniform
worn by a gentleman present, who made him'
self unusually conspicuous. It was ascer
tained that be was a stranger from Indiana,
and had been persuaded to adopt the! attire
he wore by some wags, who informed him that
he must wear a court dress or military uniform
on his appcaranoe at the reception! of the
President. j
Thb Orb Wiaa Mai op thb Nobth. At a
recent dinner, eiven at Richmond. Va.L Chas.
O'Connor, the New York attorney, was toasted
aa the one wise man of the north. Attorney
General Tucker, who gave the toast, seemed
to think, says tbe New Xork Avoemrig toil,
that then was not another aane person beyond
Mason and Dixon's line, and drank a bumper
to tbe health or "this native of the Emerald
Isle, this son of New York by adoption, whom
VIvmintA vnitA 1, n .A 1,9 h.nA ' ' i
lonor." i I
). The Peris
Oobarioa TO BB BtviDBD. The Peris Pay
says that owing to the increasing importance
oi tne irrenon eaiaousnmenie in. voeanics,
then is some idea of modifying the organiza
tion of the possessions in that part of the
world, so that for the future then shall; be two
diatinot divisions, esoh having its own.Uover
nor. The first would comprise 'Tahiti, the
Marquesas and neighboring islands: fnd the
second New Caledonia and its dependencies.
Mtstibious Afpaib. A box was reoelved
at the Central Railroad Depot, a day! or two
since, from Geneva, N. i; ., consigned td H took
ton, N. J. As the cartman was about to re
move it to the Hudson River Railroad Depot,
he observed a peouliar looking liquid, ooiing
from the orevioes. and refuted to plape it on
his sleigh. The box waa .then : opened, and
found to oontain the decayed remains ox
human being. j
Thb Bbiioia Bov BM'i Lift inonaVM
ssyi in the last issue received: We understand
rrom good RUthc'i? that the Benipia Boy
may be expected lu arrive in this (country
daring the ensuing week. - Ilia present lnwn
tion is to keen himself quiet in country quar
ten until after the treat battle, a resolution
much to be commended; but whether! he will
be tempted to have just a peep at London life
beionband remains to be proved.
A Dsvotbd Moth is. In Stratford, Conn,
a few daya since, a poor man, on returning
from hli work, found the doors of his . house
all open and three little children almost f rosea
it teems that hia wife Bad taken three dor
Ian, whioh he bad saved to buy a ir with,
and had been to Bridgeport to buy a pair of
laaiea mates, ana . was swing on a pona
-L?
.The Ho
near oy.
Gbibbal LiBAa'a Death,
ouBton
(Texas) Teltgraph, chronicling GenerafLamar's
death, says: "He remarked to the physician
who stood by, 'Dootor, I feel very queerly: j
believe I am going bo die.' The doctor told
him pleasantly he thought not; but the Gen
eral, a moment after, whirled about on his
feet and fell dead. "
A MlkACXB bt A Mbdicm. The Ouar
dura, of Bangor, Ma., afflrmi that Dr. Caleb
Thomas, of Camden, a very powerful nealing
medium, by the laying on of hia hands has
restored to the nie of her senses, a lady of
twenty-seven yean of age, who had been deaf
and dumb from her birth. j
A Fin Hit. A California paper' declares
that it must have been Win. M. Thackeray
who got up the Harper's Ferry insurrection,
lending Oaawatomie Brown down ' there1 to
finish "The Virginians" a task he had been
ineffectually laboring to aeoompliih for months
P" ' i ,, .
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Larger advertlssmeats Inserted at the followln f ratea
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Wheeler. & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINE!
rrlnelaral OfOa, No, TT West Veartk-st.,
PIKE'G OPERA HOU8E,
. CIHCIMWATI.
Yin OFFER TO THB PUBLIC TIX
FT Whealer A Wilson Sewing Machine, with laa.
portant improvements, end to meet the demand (for
Owl. lOW-priUBU auiiir. nwu.uv,
v.nrmftn . unii, hhuiiib.
dnced a NIW BTT LB, working upon the tame prin
.i.u Anrf mhln tha same alltch. thoual
highly finished, at rlFTV-FITK IHfLI.AB.SI.
igance, apeea, doiwiobbqi'm anu Biuii.iM.iir v.
Tna thMTwuntvanil atmnffth of atltch. belnB
A LI KB ON BOTH SI It K3. Impossible to ravel, and
leaving no chain or ridge on the under side, the
economy or thread ana aaaptaoiiity to toe inioaen
or thinnest fabric, baa rendered this the most suc
cessful and popular Family Bowing Machine now
At onr various offices we sell at Hew Tort prices,
and give Instructions free of charge, to enable pur
chasers to sew ordinary seams, hem, fell, quilt,
gather, bind and tuck, all on the tame machine, and
warrant it for three years.
Bend or call ir a circular containing iuu pariicm
lara. prloea, testimonials, Ao. -, .
jAI7ay vvira. nujin&ov w -aj .
THE ALLIGATOR!
SMOKE-CONSUMilVG
Coal Cooking Stove!
Haa been pronounoed by competent judges to be the
BEST COAI, COOKING-STOVE
EVER I NVENT ED.
SIZ5BS!
' Patented Dec. 1, .858.
For sale by the Inventor! and Maaofaotnrera,
ADAMS & PECKOVER
. NOVELTY IRON FOUNDERY,
No. 333 Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
" - -"CdelH
m IIEMIIRIY&BRO'S
Manufactory, Covlnftou, Ky.
WAREHOUSE, - - INNATI, 0.
No. 'AO Raat folnmbla-atraet.'
MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY THH
trade at the moat reasonable prices and on the
most accommodating terms with -
GLASSWARE!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
LANTEENS
LAMP s:
For Oil, Fluid or, Coal Oil,
AND THE COAI. OIL DEODORIZED.
N. B. Jones's Improved Lamps and Burners fr
sale by cur agent, J. bKLLKBb, Oovlugton, Ky.
TdeUavl
ANOHOIl
oal took in? Stove,
AWABDKD THB BILVIB MIDAL.
At THB
STATE FAIR,
Held at Zanesville, Ooiobir,:ii5:,
MANUFACTURED BT
CHiliRLAIN & CO.,
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
IVos. 31 and .13 Vine-..,
1 , ' r, . ...
(Seoond door Below Colombia,)
c'i wciw'w ATI.'' onio.
' - fnoScml '
, THE PALMER
PUMP, COMPANY,
CiORNER OF MIAMI CANAL AN1
J TH1BD-STBEET, Uincinnatl, Ohio, are manu
facturing largely. Palmer's celebrated fciylraallc.
Force and Lift Pump. Also, his Portable Hteam
Cnainea. All those who are about to purchase
PUMPeS for Tanaeiira, Breweries. DletlU
lerles, Dry Docks, Paper HI Ilia Railroad
itatloBa, Itllnea, Wrokina Parpeaee, or, in
fact, for anypurpoee where a pumpie needed, will
Audit tothefr advantage to oall and tee the work
ing of these valuable Inventions, or address the
PALMES POMP COJIPAKT for a circular, which
will furnish the names of many who have used these
Pumps with perfect satlfaction. degldm
HOOFING! nKOOFIJVG !
THE OUTCALT SXASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOFINO" M offered to the publlo
as tbe beat and cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of yean In this city
andvloinity. Applied to flat er steeprOld or new
buildings. No solder used faatened securely with
out exposure so the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any next n
the Dulled State, can be applied by any one with
ordinary meohaaloalsklllgerapromptl
yl-t; , 113 West Second stn
ailed.
street,
TH1 AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF OEO.
B. Bloat A Oo's. Family Sewing Machines haa
been removed to Ho. 80 Weat Fourth-street, over
Le Boatelllert. (jaeam) . B. H.tX OK, Agent.
j. IwVelevcy;
Herohart- Tailor1
lfo. 48 FOFjltrH-flTREET,
delltf ' ' LdPBQS BTJILPIWg.
- HBAD-IUAHTER9 VOR
B6bts : Shoes !
I HAVE NOW ' IN ' STORE A LARGE
and superior stock of Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
which for extent and variety Is not surpassed west of
Dew lork. Mr trios are reaaottabht; siv nw a call.
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