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1 HE PENNY PBESS
U labUshed dally, (Bundr Moeated,) fey
'aTBAXCISCO CALDWELl,
rsoFBiaroBa.
TBI riMT FBKBBIi delivered to snbaorUwrs la
" Cincinnati, Oovlnson and Bawport, andsur. -rounding
ol tic and towni, at th ex.
tromely low price of
BIX 08X8 A WIBK, PATABLB TO 0ABBUB.
raicu or iiiu.ua:
BlaiU oo1m o. 1 mon th Mo.; 1 month! fl 1 1 .
AMUSEMENTS.
WOOD'S THEATER.
," 0OIH1B IIXTH AMD Vlll-STBSrr.
Jon A. Sixsua, J H-eXetMOMd Manager.
Tbe teat aix night of
r. - Mlsa Eliza Logan's
i FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT.
THIS KVKNINO, January !3. will be presented
Shakepear' grat flve-act pity culled
ROMEO AND JULIET.
.Toilet...............,.. ...... Miss Eliza Logan
Borneo.....,............ .....................Ur. Langaoa
Moictitlo.MM..,.M.. ....M.M.....t....Hr. Bead
TrbHltM.MMM..M.M....MM.MIMM..t..MM..MN.....&lr. LOn)
Nnrse.... Hrt. Gilbert
To conclude with tba grout and magnificent Ori
ental Spectacle called
ALADDIN j
On, Tub Wonmmuii Lamp.
Aladdin .........Miss Effle Ellsler
Kaarao (the dumb lve).. .............. Mr. Ktleler
Alanagar (a magician). ....... ...Mr. Langdon
"vinci'is. ........ ........... m. Mine Annie Walte
Zobedie ...........................Bltse Fanny Denhem
Amron.. .............lttii Amelia Kverett
Cuing Muetapba............ Mra. Uilbert
In consequence of the daily applications for the
historical play of " Toussaint L'Overture ; Or, The
Jusurreutlon of Hay ti," the manager will forthwith
make the necessary effort for it early and brilliant
production.
Mrioort open at Hi Curtain rises at 7H o'clock.
Pbicesof Admission Dreaa Uiroleand Farquette,
M centa; duller , 25 cent.
piKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
8. . Pike, a s a e te ........Proprietor.
If. B, Oonttny,...,....,..,,........ .Stage Director,
J. F, Herbert ........... .............Treuiurer.
' Bocond week of thoso established favorites,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence.
THIS IVKNINQ, January 23, will be presented
John Brougham a lamoua drama called
THE IRISH EMIGRANT ;
On. Txmptation.
Tim 0' Brian (tho Irish k,mlgrant).....Mr Florence
iloDllin ... air. vnapuu
Polly liobaliuk.. Hiss A. Proctor
Mary Travera Miss Helen Won roe
To conclude wun the moat laugame iarce Dy, "von
sticks," entitled
HOW TO GET OUT OF IT;
' On. Tb linear Fri Lovin.
In which Mrs Florence will appear la fire different
charactera. with Hongs, Dances, Ao.
Lunnvan JMaffuire (a Froe Loverl... Mr. Florence
SB In active rehearsal, an original burlesque,
written expressly lor nr. ana airs, w. J. jnoreuce,
and played by them with the most unbounded sue
cess ut Wallace;' Theator for upward of fifty three
uccoselve nignts, entitled JjALiIjA. jiuuku.
N. it Wanted Ta-entv vounff ladle for the hal
let. Apply at the Box-oilKo, between the hours of
lu A. M. anu - r. si.
' Special tio. All persona are respectfully re
quested to refrain from loud or lmpreper language,
yelling, whistling, or any other couduct calculated to
disturb the audience or violate the rules of decorum.
raicea or Admission. Paruuette Circle, Parquotte
and Balcony, CO cente; Amphitheater, 24 cents ;
rnvate uoxes ior eigm pursuits, ex.
Doors open at 6 o'clock j commence at 7M.
yATIOXAL. THEATER
John Batca Proprietor and Manager
W. a. Irwin ........... .............Troasurer
Altzbation or Pair ia. Ticket for Ladles and
Children, Ureia Circle, i!9 cl.J blngle Tickets for
ueniirmen, uresa circle anu i'iirn.iiette,niicis.; ram
ily Circle, 2jcta ; Colored Uoxelcta.; Uallery, Wets.
Inconsequence of the GIOANTIO PATHOMAGE
conferred on trie niugntncetii and truly wouderrul
CO.II1C PAfaTOMIMK,
It will lie renoatod. iu couiuuctiou with the interest'
ing domestic drama called "Gwynuetu Vaughn; or,
wouiaus tican.
THIS EVENING, January 23, to commence with
me arama, iu two acts, euiiueu
GWYNNKIU VAUOniT.
To conclude with the comic pantomime,
HARLEQUIN ABOMALIQUE ;
0, Tits Good Fairt TaivHPiiAm Ovua tui De
HON Or DlHCOllD,
In which the entire coninauv will annear.
Barlenuiu Mr. Manuel
Columbine Misa Jenny Bight
Pantaloon. .....1... Barrett
UIowd ....Sir. 0. lionri
Altibation or Timk. Oooia open at 7; Curtain
uses at ft past , precisely.
1S0TI0K. Tradesman and others are cautioned
against furnishing any article tor the theater with
out a written order, algned by the Manager.
THE MKW NATIONAL J1UTEL, adjoining the
i ueattT, is now open lor tne racopl ion oi guests,
Booms can be obtained by the day or week, and
uuhui im uiniittu ai nil uoura
DR.BOynrTON RE
bPEUTFULLl announces, tint In compliance
with the Invitation of a large number of cltiisens, he
, will repent bis Course of Blx Illustrated Lectures on
aeologyuudtheNaturalHlatoryorC'reatIoi.i thellrst
Lecture being illustrated by Experiments in Natural
Philosophy, Ht SMITH A NIXON'S HALL, com
uienclng THVBSDAY KVSN1NG, January 2ii.
D.conu iiectore, juiuai r.vaninu, January
xt. ana continue as per iiirure nonce.
The whole Course will be given in the above Ball
! PKOGBAMME. :, ,
T.-n-tiRB Ova Kvirlenrna of TlAiilirn Itv h. riMn.
tor, in the btructure of the Solar and Torres trial
LxoTuaa Two. Igneous Condition of the Interior
ot tne Harm, vauses oi volcanoes, aartninakei
and the Elevation of Continents and Islands. Com
position and Position of llocks. Uold Deposits,
Quartx Veins aud Formations of California.
Lxctubk Titaix. First Created Animal life.
Classification of Bock by Fossil Remains found ia
tnem.
t if . . n i ii. j. . . . i. n ,
' dnced, with proofs that all Coals, Graphite and the
Diamond, are of Vesetablo origin.
Lsrvuaa Fiva The Period of Reetllea. Or-nnfa
remains of myriads of Animals that existed cn the
ear;u ana in in seas minions oi rears iwiore the
creation oi man. ine warm-uioouea Animals,
Alastarton and Mammoth Period.
LeotvrfSix - The Prt sent Order of Animals, with
Man aud Woman. Age of the Earth. Agreement
iff ilie lliblfcal and Ueoloalcal Chronolotrv. ThA
Harmony of Geology with the Mosaic Account of
ureal ion.
Ailniiona will be made, and some interoetin- farts
elated, with regard to the Geological formation of
tue uoiiper negionsoi iase superior, witu remarks
on California, Its Geology, Mineral worth. Gold and
Mercury Minos, from one year's Geological observe
lion in mat country.
Each of the Lectures will bo illustrated bv the it,
liluition of as.: lesot larse andsnlendid Paintinm.
which cover over three thousand feet of canvas, aud
r were exeouted at a coat of over (4,1100. They repre.
ens voicano-a, van luroia scenes, uorui lsianas,uoal
Vegetation, Beptiloa and Monsters of the deep. Ani
mals of the nre-adamlte world, warm-blooded Ani
mals, and the Human Itace, being representative cf
me entire anitnai creation.
It la universally admitted that a view of these
, raintinga aione ia worm more man tue price of the
' ' whole coarse.
Br. Boynton ha concluded, that during but Course
of Lecture, he will devote the latter part of one
evening to an exhibition of hia great Iron Galvanic
Battery, and give a aeries of startling and brilliant
experiments, Illustrating it power. The season
, Tickets to hia Course on Geology will also admit to
. thia entertainment.
Tlcko's for the Course (six lectures), 78 cents: Pa-
pi Is of School to the Course, 39 cents; single admis-
lOD, 2.) ceuis.
Tnk. t.ir nil ,IW fl A Snnl. u...
Smith A Nixon's Plane Ware-rooms, and at tbs Hall
un th. flVAnln-r nf the Tnlnma.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Lecture to commence at
MRs AND BIKS. 8UAlfK88
IDiKiJM ACADEMY,
; , imSk SECOND IBBSf. - 7WOk
National Hall, Vine-itreet- a ' Fifth.
a The lessona are ao arranged that tuners can
commence at any time. uelitf
Pw??
MUSICAL.
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WATIOJFOLKA!'
COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO TIIE
pupils of tho Western Female Seminary, t x
ford, Ohio, br Mim Mary C. Adams, and illustrated
with a One view of the Seminary Buildings. Price,
30 cents. JOHN CHUHOH. jr.,
jale Wo. 66 Weat Fourth-street.
. ME IV TEAS
MASONIC QUICK-STEP-
ann'iKCH ii'i iinnuivj ,,.uuina, nulla
beautiful Lithograph of th New llaaonlc Bnlldini.
Jnat publithod iy JOHN CHUKUil, JR., ;
' de3l ' W Went Funrlri street,
lf U6ICAL IN 8THUMENTS CHEAPER
. a t- nt t,nnris annmm
thai ever. Great aacrtnee or
Planoa. Melndrona. Violoncellos,
Viollus, Guitars, Banjo Striugs, Trim
mines. Ao.. during the Holidays.
Selllna at 1110 uer cent, lesa than anr
other Tloiiso in this city, and tint-class Instruments
at that. Do not buy an Instrument nntil yon have
called at No. 327 Fifth-street, second door Mat ef
riam, sonth side. ' BBtTTINO A BBC,
-Piano Maker, and Peeler is First-clw Instrn-
.menta.
deJltf
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5 VOL. 2. NO. 133.
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PRICE ONB CENT.
Advertised Letters.
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charge of one cent. Persons calling for them will please
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P.M. Buiidays-Offlce open from A. M. to 10i
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Birmingham B Bushnell Miss H Brewing Miss M
Barnham Mrs 0 Bromwell H J , Belt Mm Susan
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Brown Mrs Mary
Donnelly Mr A Campbell Mlsa
Curven Mlsa Ann Florence
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Craig Sirs Mary
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RosserOeo Randle Edwin Koby Franklin H
RuasellJW HyJiI, Klter Isaac F
Relder John Reynolds John Reeves John B
Rone James 0 Reichert 11 B Biter Isaac F
Russell James Rutterjokn KalstonJohn
Rochnt Julius 0 Read James Rankin Hugh
Rolf Henry Ryan John Kosenpale L
Rianhard Louis A Rnbie OP Itlckey Robt W
Reynolds S Rais Thomas Rays Sidney 8
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Hay lor A II Sellman John A Sanlrr W A
Sampson Chas Bidwell Henry Hholui Wm
Sturdevant A 00 Symonds James Stoat T H
Spears, Cose It CeSnyder John Sabln W A
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Bterns & Marvin Fmither Joseph Snyder Wm
BwayneStGood'ch Singleton John J Scott EH
Strobs Edward Shldler John Scott Cant Josei
Swilling Fredrick Swart John Scott Wm : 1 1
Shannon Edward Stockum John Scott Frederick
Scudder Edward . Bcanlan J H Shaw Thomas
St John Geo K Stanley James Shaw Wm S
Sanders Judge DASanimann Joseph Stewart Wm B
Bwem OB Jiidwell N II Stewart Joseph
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Woolmer Chas WorstGO WllklnsJohn
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Washington A W Whaley Henry Winter II
Weacot A D Wells Henry Wagoner Lewis
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Webb David 0 Ward Michael Wee I W W
Wetmore Geo Wheeler R U White Cha
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Wolff Wm Walke- G W . Warren A Hen nil.
Weeks Rev 8 Watson ltoht ton 3
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Will WO Williams CH Williamson Dtt
Ward Edward Williams Sainl Wilson A
WrifhtAM Wilson Milium Wlla.in A .T
Williams SamlR Wilson A H A Wilson John D
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LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING !N THE NEWPORT'
Post office, January 21. 1860:
Bailey Marv Bennett Josio Brown WO
Brown MreBllza Baxter Wm Bell James
n iJolJP Bellviienev SS llaeloy K M
BallicrWm BcdoLconnrd - Bmndybeiry N
CadyJH Oemy Anthony Collier Cspt
Carney Mrs U Chambers Robt Conler Cant E 3
Davis John Dorothy Ann Deckman T
S?r?,?'iuC godrick 0 SI . KcDpenlatsJohnJ
ElllOlt J P . Vv.n.alUaTT PJ-.-I, T la
Evans L A . Fowler Wm FrerichsJED
Fn-nrhGtoJ Fsrrar Samuel Foulkea Thus 1
Gerhar JohnK Ooehle Herman GlasCbas
GillBelle GaleCatharlne Garrison John
Garrison MlasM Ilarcourt Jos HartU
IlawcsAF IUnkelMrsM Hagariy Daniel
II arrlson J ohn F Hyney Richard Holden Oeo H
HirbutLIle- Hoyte Frank Hall Mrs Marva
Harover Kate 1
W Hmni-ll k.-l l . , t i- -
Jackson Eliza Jackson Wm T Juaea David. &
u. .wan. uuu.iitu 1
xvcuiioj iuim iv
aenn.v Air
Buster L a
Leonard W m
Llndiey Ira -
Lynch Jna
Morris C J Morris Wm Moore fism'l
Murray Airs , Martin (ml Miles PC
Malfihus .Tseoh Mnnlfnmerv I. Neple T.nltl.
Neele Lottie F3 Mrs! Porter P Mrs
PlntelJohn , . Power OL Raymond WmH
Rose Francea Riley Dennis Renner Loulra
Riyse Ernestine Bchram Lewis Bchroll Mai tin
Simmons DO SpragueC StrohOA
Troscber Anton Thomas M A MlssTownsend Thos E
Thompson JasV White Geo W ,WolfelJno
White Caroline White Jeremiah Wilson Mary R
Wenton M A Mrs Wade J B Wesson Frances
Wade Mary A McDanlelBB McCloeJno
McQrne WO Smith il A Smith 3 M Mrs
Schmidt J W
Registered Letttrs-Kelley Margaret Mrs, Thomas
ElisaMra.
omce open from half-past nine to naif-pa st ten A. M.
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
PEN AND SCISSORS.
iSf"The Itallani tay "the earth covers the
mU takes of the phyiiclatB."
xs9Tha ttoam fire-engines of New; York
City ara sow quite in favor.
' &"Tha Itallani say very often "A lean
agreement Is better than a fat lawsuit."
fSflt is now stated that the cost to Vir
ginia of the Harper's Ferry affair, will not
exceed $100,000.
Mr. H. Steers, of Fairfax County. Va..
lately found thirty rata in hit corn bin with
their throats eat. The asiassin wai a weasel.
There have been heavy falls of mow
in several parti of Algeria, a thing whloh haa
not happened for more than fifteen years.
An exchange tells of a laborer whose
employer raised his wages so high that he hal
never been able to reach them.
The total exports of Mobile. Ala..
mostly cotton, for three months past, have
amounted to over iz,uuu,uuu.
"Rumor has it that a fair niece of Mayor
Wood, of New York, is soon to be led to the
hymeneal altar by a Cuban millionaire.
&We can sometimes love what we do not
understand, but It Is impossible completely to
understand what we do not love.
T. Hyatt bis deposited lwmhi-tn
Aundreo! dollart In the Savings' Bank for Mrs.
Jonn mown ana lamuy.
"Governor Newell, of New Jersey, con
demned the John Brown raid in hi message.
Why should he not?
- SSrOuT sweet illusions aro half of them
conscious illusions like effects of oolor that
we know to be made up of tineel, broken glass
ana rags.
3TWe learn words by rote, but not their
meaning; that must be paid for with our life
blood, and printed in the subtle fabrics of our
nerves.
TA correspondent says that woman is
twio as good as man, and proves it thus by
the vary orthography W-o-ifr-a-n oMfo
you Oman.
-Oliver Howe, of Lyme, N. II., ieft for
California, it is supposed, by the last steamer,
leaving behind him, it is said, some $10,000 in
forged paper.
E9Thit present annual olrauilation of the
American Tract Sooiety is one million of
books, nine millions of traits, and. six millions
ofpapei.
rThe Providence (R. I. Journal an
no'jaoe the death of Mr. Thomas A. TetTt, a
distinguished archileot of that oity, in Flor
ence, Italy, at tne age of tnirtj'-two years.
3TThe Now York correspondent of the
Mobile Jitguttr says that Gen. George P. Mor
ris looks twenty years older since the loss of
his Wife.
aBsrnum is making money with the
Dray tons and their parlor opents in New York.
The parties have just divided $28,400 profits
en the New York season.
J2TX new order, oalled "Daughters of tho
Forest," has just been organized ia Baltimore.
The objests of the new organization are similar
to those of the "Daughters of Temperance."
S?Some day it will be found that to bring
up a man with a genial nature, a good temper
and a happy frame of mind, is a greater effort
than to perfect him in many aosompllshmetiU.
J&X" "Shun dootors and doctor's drugs, if
you wisn to no wan," was tne sevenin, last,
and best rule of health laid down by tin
famous physician Hoffman.
)&3 The ioe in the harbor and rivers near
Baltimore has had the effect to curtail the
dally supply of oysters, and the prices have
risen there considerably in oonsequeace.
fST The total value of coal shipments
from the mines of Pennsylvania daring the
past year, at $3 SO per tun, amounted to about
$35,000,000.
aThe New Yerk importations from Porto
Itioo, a small Spanish Island of about 4,000
square miles, are about $5,000,000 per annum,
while the exports thither amount to only
about $2,000,000.
SB-Porney's "Occasional" thinks there
will be two Looofooco nominees, one by the
bolters of the Charleston Convention, and one
by the Convention, and that Douglas will be
one of them.
A Catholic ObqjI Iioioiart at thi South'.
The Roman Catholio organ of New York, Th
tablet, thus concludes an exoited article upon
the outrageous wrong done in Georgia to the
Irishman, f ames Crangie :
If the safety of the Union is only to he
accomplished by the proscription of the freedom
of speech, the freedom of the press, the freedom
of circulation for every free citizen, by the
destruction of the habtat corpus, by the sub
stitution oRmob and Lynoh law for that of the
Courtri of Justice, by the oonUmnlng of eon
atitvtional rights, and the disragatdof con
stitutional guarantees, then we lay again the
t'nloa f.i not worth saving, aud we, for one,
would not lend a hand to save it,
?ANTavio Fashiohih Africa. Dr. Living
stone in a xeoent letter from Africa says : The
women wear the lip ornament, round one of
whloh I put my pen. The slit is made in the
ripper lip, at first, by a ring In childhood. The
ends are gradually pressed closer together,
and cause absorption till a hole is made. Th s
is enlarged by bits of reeds, till in a lady of
fashion a r'ngs either hollow or cup-shaped,
is inserted, and the edge of the lip protrudes
beyond the p vpendloular of the nose, at least
an inch.
Fostaqi or M'.isio. The proper mode of
rating musio with postage is by the piece,
without regard to th e number of sheets in a
pteoe, one cent for eai'h piece, not exeeeding
three ounces in weight. When a pieo exceeds
three ounces in weight, one cent should be
oharged for the first three ounces, and on eent
additional for each additional ounce or fraction
of an ounce. x
Eholtsh Ofiia im CALiroaaii. The New
Oileaas English Opera Troupe, of which
3Usali Duraud i tb prima denna, recently
concluded a season of one hundred and twenty
nights ia San Francisco and the interior cities.
-
Oia Mai Diowhid whili Vaiilv Bruno
T oSavi Ancthik. Brloe Adams, in attempt
I) tg to cross one of tba lake above Columbus,
K a few days since, on the iee, fell through,
si td Mr. Picket, running to assist him, also
fs. Ilia and both were drowned.
t
Aa Aiuaio Win Awimptino to Shoot Ilia
Husbahd Kills Ilia Sol. The wife of
Samuel Joy, residing in Paris, Ky., having
been often unmercifully beaten bv her hus
band, and fearing another attaok, seised a
double-barreled gun on tba evening of the
18fb, as he wai approaohinp; bia boui and
fired one ebarge, which missed him and lodged
In the brain of her boy, ten years old, sitting
on the floor, killlne him Instantly. She then
attempted to discharge the other barrel, but
the gun mining fire, Joy seized the weapon
and beat hia wife on the head until she was
insensible. Mrs. Joy was arrested and is now
in jail. '
Eiqht Pibsoks DaowRin Whim Caossmo
thi HuDsoa, Eight persons ware drowned
near Khtnebeolc, N. Y,, a few days ago. A
party of twenty or twenty-fire persons, from
the opposite tide of the river, were crossing on
the ice in a large eorered sleigh, drawn by
four horses, when the ice gave way and the
sleigh went down, carrying with it eight of
the passengers, who were drowned. All but
eight succeeded in getting out of the sleigh
before it went down.
Thi Uindsrakci to thi Sali or i Russia
Railvat. It is said that the Interest of Mr.
Winans, of Baltimore, in the railroad from
St. Petersburg to Mossow ii the principal ob
stacle to its purchase by the Bothschllds from
the Russian Government. The road eost
$100,000,000, beside the permanent lien which
Mr. Winans has on it, and the Government
has offered to sell it for $00,000,000.
Sikoulai Result or a Di voice Several
years ago, the Superior Court of Massachunl
setts granted a Mrs. Eaton, of Boston, In
divorce from her husband, on the ground of
alleged cruelty. Tne same Court has now
given leave to Eaton to wed again his former
wife, having married the identical man who
was the cause of the whole difficulty between
them.
Fain. DouoLiBa is Bbitahi. Fred. Doug
lass appeared at an anti-slavery meeting held
in Leeds, England, recently. The meeting
was presided over by a member of Parliament,
and was addressed by Fred and Miss Remond,
also colored, of Boston. Old Brown was pro
nounced "a departed saint," and slaveholders
threatened with evil in its worst forma.
Da. Livingstone Aided in his Explorations.
It is said that the Biltteh Government has de
cided on providing Dr. Livlogstono with a now
steamer, for the purpose of enabling; him to
carry out bis exploration of the Z&mbeaia. It
is aUo said tbat Mr. Gladstone has appro
priated a sum of 2,500 to the further explo
ration of the great Nianza chain of lakes.
Air Aictio Iivawd. The Boston Herald
states tbat every morning at 5 o'clnok and
evening at the same hour, an invalid visile
Lewis's wharf armed with an sxe, with which
be breaks the Ice and then undresses and
E lunges in. Strange as It may appear, the
ather thinks that he is rapidly regaining
his health.
Adaptabilitv or thi Frinob Soldubs
The Frenoh soldiers remaining in Italy show
the same faoility for adapting themselves to
oiroumtanoes a they did in the Crimea. At
Casal-Msggiore the 1st brigade of the 6th
division lately organized a dramatio perform
ance for the benefit of the poor, which was at
tended with immense success.
Tai Foboiriib il Aliusy. The rumored
forgeries in Albany, N. Y., to which we have
alluded, turn out to b indorsements to the
extent of several thousands of dollars, of tbe
name of an old farmer, John Molvnown, pro
prietor of the Commercial Hotel, by John II.
Z eh, lessee.
Th Tii Plant ir Louisiana. The Tea
Plant is cultivated in Louisiana without any
difficulty. It has shown its power to with
stand the hottest days of Louisiana, and also
the late freezing cold weather. Labor is too
dear in Louisiana to permit the tea plant to be
cultivated for commercial purposes.
Chokid to Diath bv a Stick of Woon.
Rye Coulter, who resided in Botetourt County,
Va,. went out to get a stiok of wood recently,
with which he started to return, when, as he
was ascending a hill, he stumbled, and the
wood on his shoulder becoming tangled in his
oravat, ohoked him to death.
RlSUlfPTIOK of a Suspindrd Bark. The
Lawrence County fPenn.) Bank has resumed
business, under the Presidency of John Fer
guson, the well-known private banker of New
Castle. New stook subscriptions have been
made, sufficient in amount to put the bank en
a safe foundation.
Ax Editorial Hit. The editor of the Dav
enport (Iowa) Qazetii says of somebody: Our
neighbor says we are quaking in our boots.
Wei), that is certainly a great deal better than
to be quaking at the and of other men's boots,
1 . . ? . , . . 1 1 . , ,.
as uxp u.uipriwaie seiguoor is generally
doing, "
A Housi a in Thbii Pirsokb Distbovid it
Fibi. The house of John Newson, a free
negro, residing near Pulaski, Ga , was re
oently consumed by fire, and an Indian girl,
sixteen years old, ana a onild or iMewson, perished
in the flames.
Baqqaoi Tiaviliis Would Lm to Loss.
The following notiee is posted at a Northern
railroad station: "Travelers should be careful
to deliver their baggage to proper persons, as
a gentleman a few days since entrusted his
wife to a stranger, and has not heard of her
since."
Socthibr School Gibls Liaviro thi Nobth.
The Allentown (Penn.) .Democrat says that
within a woek, the greater portion of the South
ern pupils of the Bethlehem Female Institute,
nas Deen withdrawn from tnescnooi; nveyoung
ladies irom Mississippi neviog gone noine in
ono day.
Gbowth of MisNiaoTA. The present popu
lation of Minnesota is estimated at 180,000, and
the assessed value of tbe property in 1858 at
over forty million dollars. The population
haa, on an average, doubled one in two years,
aud the wealth has increased even more rapidly.
An Avkiicah Waikii ir Irilard. Miss
Howard, an American, undertook the task of
walking 1,250 miles In 1,000 consecutive hours,
choosing Ballarat for th scene of her labor,
and suooeesfully oomploted the journey, win
ning a oonsiderable sum of money,
Mon FoaoiRiia Adjustid. Within a
month or two tbe forgeries of a Boston business
man upon his brother, at the Eastward, have
been brought to light, but the matter has been
"adjusted" by the payment of th forged paper
at maturity.
Two Bovs Drowkio wbili Pi.idiko. Two
hoys, one named Morse ten years old, the olhrr
Dunbar, igednino, were drowned last week at
Terry's Mill-pond, Plymouth Hollow, Conn.
They were sliding on the Ice, which gave way
under their feet-
Diath noil DuiKtio Eoq-koq. A man
named Bradahaw, at Mount Pleasant, Teen.,
eon Id not allay his thirst for egg-nog recently,
and alter drinking a Ttry large quantity died
from its effects.
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From Washington.
Wabhiigtoi, January 20. A report has
prevailed for several days that Postnisster
Qeneral Holt contemplated resigning his posi
tion. This originated in an understood differ
ence between bimseif and the members of tbe
Cabinet respecting aa interpretation of the law
relative to th ourtailmont of the mail service;
but it is understood to-night that the conflict
ing views have been reconciled.
The IleraU't Washington correspondent
says Realf, old Brown's Secretary of Stale, has
eta-rived, and wUl testify before the Senate's In
vestigating Committee to-morrow. . It Is stated
that he declares that the act of Drown was sep
arate from all political organisations and poli
ticians, and that he did nothing to implicate
any member of the Republican party. Ho
will testify to a correspondence between John
Brown and Senator Wilson, but he asserts that
Mr. Wilson denounced the proposition of
Brown to run slaves out of slave States as as
aot of madness. This will probably induce tbe
oommittee to oall Wilson as a witness. Joshua
K. Qiddings and John Brown, jr., Amos A.
Lawrence and Mr. Sanborn, of Massachusetts,
will be aubpened, as well is Realf, who ia
looked upon as a moat important witness, as
he has indicated that be will make a clean
breast of the affair, and It is understood that
be will Implicate prominent persons in Now
York and Mew England. .
The Postoutce Department has been notified
by Mr. Morgan, contractor for carrying the
mails between New Orleans and Vara Cruz,
that be has withdrawn the steamer Ttmmee,
and can not rv the mails anv longer for the
postage. The services, therefore, have to
nerformed bv sailing vessels.
DO
The Treasury balance is under $8,000,000,
Including amounts subject to draft and re
served for mint services, upon which advances
are made by deposits of gold dust for coin
age. Half this sum Is intended to meet the
PoBtcffiee deficiency due last July, whenever
Congress shall pais an appropriation bill, and
tho rest is required for six months, ending
31st Deoember.
Washikotoh, January 21. Richard Realf,
who reached Washington on Thursday night,
with Doorkeeper Jones, of th Senate, wsa
this morning examined by the Uarpcr'n
Ferry Committee. Ho is roportci as highly
eduoated.
Atrangements have been riado for execut
ing tbe Senate and Executive printing at
Rivea's Globo office.
Overland Mail.
Mklloy'b Station, January 21. Tb Orer
land Mail, wiih San Francisco dates to toon
of the 30 tb ultimo, passed hore thia afternoon.
Politicians bad began to gather at Sacra
mento ia large numbers, preparatory to tbe
meeting of the Legislature on tbe 2d of Jan
uary. .
Governor Weller's last message will be de
livered on the 3d.
Mr. Lathan, Governor elect, will not be in
augurated till the 8th or 9th.
Governor Weller and General Denver aro
undoubtedly tbe leading candidates for the
United States Senatorship.
A tiro at Poker's Flat, in Sierra County, on
the 21st ultln.o, destroyed $20,000 worth of
property.
Accounts from Carson Valley represented
the snow from three to five feet deep. Min
ing operations were snspended.
Two young men who wont from Sacramento
to hunt in the vicinity of Humboldt Bay had
been murdered by the Indians. A party of
Humboldt people attacked the Indians, kill
ing fourteen.
The acoounts from the SimilUmeen Mines
continued encouraging.
A bill bad been presented in.tbe Washing
ton Territorial Legislature to organize the
islands between tbe Canal Debaro and tho
Strait of Rasssroo as Harney County. This
is the disputed territory claimed by England
and the United States.
The British Government has ordered its
men-of-war from San Juan Island, and aban
doned the disputed territory until the two gov
ernments settle the title.
Virginia Legislature.
Richmond, January 21. The resolutions
Introduced into the Lgta'ature, recommend
ing that a Convention of the Southern States
be held at Atlanta, Ga., were ordered to be
printed.
Mr. Chatline, Commissioner from Connecti
cut to represent the sentiments of the conser
vative people of that State, is now here, but
his message has not yet been delivered.
Outward Bound.
steamship
A'eto York sailed to-day for Southampton ana
Bremen, with one hundred and four passen-
Sers and $75,000 in specie. She took the New
rleans mails of the 14th.
The Hungarian, from Portland, this after
noon, takes New Orleans mails of the 11th and
telegrams of tie 21st.
From St. Louis.
St. Louis, January 21. Joseph Hyman, cf
the firm of Hyman k Gusn, commission mer
chants of this city, was arrested yesterday
on the obarge of obtaining, under false pre
tenses, money and goods to the extent of
$10,000.
River News.
ten inches by the pier mark, and falling.
Weather elear and pleasant.
Locibvilli, January 21 P. M. River
falling very rapidly, with eight feet six inches
on the Falls. Weather elear; meroury 59.
Sentenced.
Bobtor, January 21. In the Supetior Court
this morning, Charles H. Goodhue, for man
slaughter, in killing Harriet Freeborn, waa
sentenced to fifteen months' imprisonment.
From Lockport.
Locrcobt, January 21. Hon. Samuel B.
Ruggleshas been, and still continues, seriously
ill, with an attack of ths Inngs, at the resi
dence of Governor Hunt, of Lockpcrt.
Orb Mar Eillio aro Two Otbibs
Mortally Wouidiobt AStBicf-ExrLcstoN.
John McClendon, a morohant at Hickory
Grove, Ga., a few days ago, ordered a negro
to bore a hole In a stump and ram and plug
it with powder. The negro did ao, but a
lighted candle fell on some scattered powder
which communicated with that in tho stump,
which exploded and mortally wounded tbreo
parsons, including McClendon himself, who
died tbe same night.
Ab)bioCa(, Prksibtatior to Louis Na
roLBow. The Secretary of the Interior haa
applied to the Sao and Fox Indians for a full
Indian war drees, to be presented. throorh the
French Minister, to Louis Napoleon. The
Cribe has most cenerouslv responded with a
splendid equipment; scalping knife, tomahawk,
peace pipe, and various otner articles of sav
age warfare. No expense has been spared
by way of ornament and decoration. ,
MtrriRBiM Paioorko it thi Quiir. The
mutineers of the rrsNcets Jlcyal, who have
been in prison for vniou terms for mutiny
under aggravated circumstances, were all
reloaded on the Tuesday after Christmas, after
one month's imprisonment, by pardon bom -the
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