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TBI MMT rBiaSlllfllTMwltomibiorilMnla
Ulnoisaatl, ODfUktoaMUMItwforti Ud hk
rounding title and town, at the ex.
,,njemolylowrceot i. '.
UX OUTS 4 WBBK, PAIABLB TO OABBIIB,
nicMor MAiuaoi .
Nasi oIm to. I l noat)o. a on that'll 1 tMi Is
Corner of SUthaad Tme-atrets. Ii.:.
John A. Illalsr, jr., solo Manager and" lesSo.'',1'
PBioiser Anissio Ires Otwle sMTaranttte,
rjurawi u.uerr, jjwoh,.
Doore open t i, curulnjrliw at IX 6'clook.' " ' '
Nn, Southworth'e great Ledger etory, entitled
"TheDoomuf Devllle; or, A Maiden' Vow." , ,
THU KVEHInQ, Febraary. end .vry evening
until further notice, the eorformniiee will consist of
Ma exciting and powerful reduction, In Are acts,
celled ' ' ! ' " ' ' ' .. Art ,.:
THE DOOM 01 JBV1XL j ,
0. A Maiom' Tow. ' '" 1
Orvllle Deville, Mr. Langdoa ) VuloanMr. Stlelet ;
jvari uien issuers, jnr. riensr ; jod awarns, ir,
Vouh ! Hero, a real lire negro, Mr. Adams ; LI
onne Velafort. the Lioness at the IV reel, Mr.
Kflie Klleler: Lady Adelaide, JMiae Annie Wait. ;
jwmv niiHtri uwij nueiiu., JH
Kate Kjte, Mine Fanny Denham
iwvuio, aire, uuverti raruua, iiiiue ime.
Servants, Backwoodimen, Ao. '
In consequence of th. extreme leagUJ of tbl play,
no other play on be produced. ;
8. N. Pike, Proprietor ; F. B. Conway, Stage Di
rector ; J. V. Herbert, Treasurer.. .
Psiuaa or Aomissiom. Parqnette Circle, Parqnette
end Balcony, 60 cental Amphitheater, IB cent;
Private Boxee for eight persona, ftt. . .
Box onice open from 10 A. M. until P. M., whore
eat otn be secured. - ,
Doura open at 6 o'clock ; commence at 7J4.
Tarowell engagement of -the diiHngniehed octrees,
Mi s. J alia Dean llayiiai r.-,- ,
Till dlattnguithed artlet ha been engaged fori ;
SIX MIOHTH UHLV. -
THIS KVKNINO, February , will be prevented
Bulwer't popular play of
THE LADY OFXYONS,-
Pauline, Hr. Jnlla Dean Uayne ; (Jlaude Melnotte,
Mr. (Jonway ; Colonel Damoe, Mr. Davldge; Mons,
Ileausennt, Mr. Bhoridan J MonH. QlatiB, Mr. Chap
lin ; Madame Deaehapellee, Mn, Place; Widow
Melnotte, Mra. Wilklns ; Marian, Mlaa Stanley.
To conclude with ... ..... - t
THJS WANDERING MINSTRBL:, ,
Jem Pom, (In which he will elng 'VUllkena and
Ml Plnab" and play two olarlonet eoloa,) Mr.
aviilee; Mr. C'riucnm, Mr. Lanagnn; Herbert
'nrnll,(wl.'h long,) Mlaa Viola Urocker; Peggy,
MieaSlauler. . ,
A grand apectaoniar and thrilling Drain hi hv act
ive preparation, with new aoenery dreeana, effect,
Ac., and anatained by tbe entile atreugth of tbe
company. . , ,,m ,.t 'i."..
VATI ON AiyjH E AT Ell.
John Balea, Proprietor and" Manager ( W. 8. Irwin,
Treasurer. . , .. .
Altbtio or Tmi.-Doors open at 7: (Jurtain
riaea at X past 7, precisely. r
I'Bicta or A omission Dresa (Hrcle and Parqnette,
50 cents; family VI cle, cents; Holored Boxea,
cents; Gallery, 10 cents ; Private Boxes, $i; .
GRAND OPERA NIQHT. ' ."
Ml-e LUCY KSCOTT and Mr. D. MIRANDA In
" Bob Boy " aud " La Sonnambula." - : -
In conaeoaenoe of the numerous application,
" Bob lloy will be repeated, together with La
Donnambula." , -
THIS EVKNINO, fhitnro "February 8, will be
porformed the operstle play of-
- KOB ROYr :. '.; ; V
uoi otiu x,anu pins.
Diana Vernon, (with all the orlglual rniwlc,) Uiaa
Lucy Kncott : Francis Osbaldiatone, (with aonga,
duets, 4c,) Mr. Mirauda; Bob Boy, Mr. Carter;
Baableinb, Mr. Vauderen; Owen Benn Dougal,
Sir. U, Henri t flemish, Mlaa Jenny Bight ; Hewn,
To conclude with the last, act of.. ,
LA. SONNAMBtJTCA. ' m
Amlna, Mlaa Lucy Xacott; Slvino, Mr. Miranda)
fount. Mr. Slevln ; Aleaaio, Mr. Bernard ) Teresa,
Mrs. Laws; Li'ie, Mrs Henri.
On Tueaday, the eneoUnulor drama of "Zerllna,
thaerolne of the Croaa." : --' ,
, Complimentary Ball
CAPTAIN A. MENTER,
Of the "American Cornet Band," ,. I '
Apprectatlre of bli services in elevating' musical
talent in tbe West, will take place at
On TRDB8DAY EVENING, Febrriary 9, on wnlek
occasion the pleasant company of all hi friends 1
teepectfnlly solicited. ...
MsNi itHB-Dsniel Fllhian, A. 0. Parry, A. B.
Coliillo, 0. D. Header, B West, Frank Maag.
(Isir.r UiEXSTOaa-U. B. Weatberbf, Geo. P. Dar
Mnalo for the oecoaionwlll be furnlaned by Oapt.
Mentore full Oornet Band and Orchestra.
Tickets, admitting gentlemen and accompanying
ladles, (inipper Included,)!?. fefid
fT II &i NIXON'S II AIiTj.
MIRROR OF ITALY. ;
This magnlftcent Panorama U Hot " Waugh'a J
liana, atiuwo in inie cuy some ntiuuti .iuuv uui
theOrlaiual Mirror of Italy, exhibited hero so me
ceufnlly ut Hmllb A Nlxos'a Hall in 1803. It now
relurns to Cincinnati for the first timo since that
data, with now and beautiful Ulernmlo Kll'eets,
and acenea illuatrating the Theater of the Aiata
liiillnn War, and will exhibit for a few day
only, at Smith A Nixon's Hull, Commencing n - ,
Saturday Art er noon, Feb. 4, 1800, !
And firing Tire Exbibttion Dally, at 8 o'clock
P. M. and lH o'alock each evening.
Tickets 2o cents, or six for l. children 10 oeats.
Doors open in the evening at b)i o'clock. Mirror
oveaatYX o'clock proclsely. Doors open In the
afternoin at 2 o'clock; oommencoa at 1 o'clock. . To
Afternoon Exhibition . Ladies' . Ilckots ... oenU;
OlillitrenBeente only. fe2-t
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Nixon W I
O'Neill Thos L
Prichard Dr A
PedretU F Z
Robinson at si UO iucuara M J
Richards Jas W
RohblosIIL 3 '
Ryan John 0 .
Parrlah Wm J
Porter Thos '
. Palmer Silaa D
Pearson HI! a
I 'I-: ;.'v
Roys Chas A '1 '
Reves Geo W
Rice Levi- - -
Ram bow Franklin Reilly Bugtne I
hoov r tv hi ley tnwara
Riley Henry H Rankin A W 8
Relly John W ,
Riler OB "
Recce John 3
; Risk Jamea
Rock wood WO
; Ryan John ,
Smith A B
Smith Cares ton
Smith A R
Shcppard 0 J
Stevens J B
Steven J W
Sutherland J F
Snow H D
Skipper J F "
SonbTeld II .
Shannon J '
Spinning W 1
Sanders J A
Butter J V :
Smith DO 8
ennui rv .
Smith J J
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, Sharp 0
'i SeelyO M
R Shields 0
Smith J W 1
Smith R B
Smith W J
Stewart J J
Steward R '
Stewart J B
Stevens J 11 K
r SfuuTer, Cartia fc Steplwnson J B
Samson 0 ,
Sachs & Bro
Rn.r R D ,
Simpson G AO
Stackum J '
Stockton J A
Smeed Isaac N
SchniokeO W ,
Himms r B
Bvmmonda M B Stoutanbatuh D
r Herman xi
' Studeman I B
' Sparks D
Blote J ''
' Sadelly RAgt
Siddell Cant J '
Simms F - '
Spicer W H
Sew 11 ins J
Sickle L '
Bchirely P K
Taylor John TD Titus Joseph B
Thomaa Jas 8 TalbertJohnB
Thomas Wrap TiltonJC
Turner u w
Van Horn A B
Tucker Iaaae W
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V.ndervrlft Geo Vauflbin Jonn
Vannan Geo Vickery joaeph
Vandike Dominie , ,
Turn hull SQ1
Tervin J W
Tic Iiaac L .
Van Vieck J
Vanfnavn N H
Van Boreu Rev W
Walker Joaeph A
White Geo fc Oo
William aHord'oai w illlams Henry
wiinams wm A
Ward KB 1
WI.IU u P 1
Williams John M Wiiliama A J
Wllllama JaaP . Wilson Dr . WilUams Arch'ld
WllltamaB Wilaoo JoaepB Wilson J A
Wilson Lemuel ..WsaonJBverettfc Waten 00
WrivhiJosF ' Co West O
Wellington fcAb- Willis R B Woolmer Charles
bott u i WatkinatMOW :: wiuunann UMeon
WestoottDW, , Ware G0 Woodward Rev B
witnerbyu . woioott liana jr nauaieueorge
wood warn ueo W wukymacky a w uey goon j ,
Webber Jas A . Waltoha J Capt Walton 11 B
WoodwashHO WIllHon-r ,;, Wheeling John
Witt J . , WuMWV'J Watkinallanert
Wall Patrick - WiddlsdeldW J Wiamere Sam'l K
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WtlmanWT ., . Wtiodniif Trnaua . , . , ; .,
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" JOHN L, YAXXEEJti PdjtmMter,
LIST OF LETTERS.
REMAINING IN THE NEWPORT
I'oat ufflce, Febmary 4, im-. i.
Abby Benton AlenkeB LMra AmmarOf
Balfier P Wm Bailey Albert A 2 Byrnes Mary Mrs
Bailey Mary Bailey Chas Brown Venus Mrs
llrown AI suss
Black Iter Mr
llrennan Ann Brackln J (1
Barber Lixale llrown Christ
COCk eVj' j I v,Crninv M Mn
Cole Geo P., Carton Peter
Chalfanf F P ' 1 Chambere Robt
Element Annie Dailey A II
Davia Doctor , , Duvia Oarollne . ,
fsrcnicrui SdmonaJno . .
Kckfort Jaa ' Elliott J P ''
Srertchs J B D , FItaalmmons Pat
isherConrad . FrenchGeo ,
GoekermannH niaasChaa '
jmrrison jonn uerhara 1 K
. Ballev B M
Carter fc Colter .
Crane John .
Evans LA Mrs
Gale Catharine (
llanley 8aralMnlIouttin JohnB Lank Mra
llornJ , Herman Gerhard LeraineK
llastrya James I;
Harria B J Mia
tlarcourt Joa F
Herman Gerhard Leming Klijali
Harrison John F Logue L J Mis
Hollen backer A
Hamilton R Mn
Hayes B Miss
rial I u w
.Inne. .1 n Ml..
nuguea j nomas ninn jonn
Herbert L Miss
Hord Ellen Mrs
Harria Catharine Kuster Conrad
Lee 8 J Mra
Martin Wm If
Maraton M J Miss
Miller Jnlia Mra
Maunder John F .
Montgomery L3 '
MnggerMge M .
Kenney J Mlaa
ricriin joacpu tiiorhy James
Kurter Lawrence Neele Lottie Mr
OldfteldJ B . Peebles UiaaU
PfermanL Philips 0
Power I t .'i BIleyB
Richards J , f Rioe L
Scott Mra J A SteaartWlT
Sheridan M ' ' Snyder Mra M
Slreeter MiaiH J Sanderaon Mn B
SchramL Scott Mrs K
Slmmona D G Bandera W D
Thompson W ' Toy Mrs K
TownsendTBa TullMiaeCJ ,
VanSeotMnO , Voice MA ,
WhiteO Wade J B 1
Williams M WMIiamannTT ,
McDonald lira R McCloe J , SmithCE
Smith MraO Smith MraSM ' SmlihMrsBN
Omeeonen from half.naat nine to hnlf-nuit un A. M.
Pfintal I .
Stone 0 F !
Saunders W D
Taylor Miss G
Thompson J X
wade Mrs M A
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
PEN AND SCISSORS.
The pen of the toneuo iboulil be
dipped in the ink of the heart.
9"Durini( 1859 there were 1.089 fires in
London, and 1,282 alarms.
A few herring, the first of the season.
were caught near Potomac Creek ltet Friday.
The total amount of taxable property
in the State of California is $140,000,000.
Dr. T. L.Psvton, of Raymond. Misa..
ooinmitted suicide recently by taking a bottle
The number of deaths from camnhene
recorded in oar exobaoees laBt week was
thirteen. , .
"Not leas than seven hundred persons
are said to be professionally engaged in oonn-
lorleltiDg money in Ohio alono. .
'' STThe most city-like and wealthiest oily
of its size in the country, is said to be Auburn.
K.Y. :;. ;
' A little girl, three years old, died in
Orleans County, N. Y., recently, from swal
lowing a needle. ! i . . ..
Moro cases of hydrophobia occurred
last year In the United States than were ever
known before in twioe that length of timo.
JS-Louisa Handy, a negress, was bnrnt to
death in St. Louis, a day or two ago, by hor
clothes taking fire from a lamp. '
pS "Carl Benson" has published, at
Baden-Baden.a work oalled, PUcetofa Brokm
doic Critic, fiekei Up by Himtelf, ,, a
The llartford i, Times thinks Thacke
ray's Comhill will soon be a tfoien-hill msga
line, judging from the first number. . .
pS" A Mr. Basklns, of Oainsville, Tenn.,
was fined $200 and sent to jail for three months,
recently, lor carrying a oewie-Kniie.
: fS" In one small Iowa in Conneoticut con
taining no more than five hundred inhabit
ants there are twenty-three John Smiths.
, Tln a duel in Hamilton County, N. C,
last week, one of the principals was so "con
futed" that he shot his adversary's second at
the first tiro. :
ffiprAn infant was nearly eaten up by rats,
in a wretohed hovel in New York, a day or
two since, and died a low hours after it was
9LydiaQray destroyed herself with laud
anum, in Ogle County, III., last week, because
her mother had reproved her tor net attend
. fS"k boy, Charles Carley, was choked to
death, the other day, in . Newcastle County,
Md., by swallowing a marble , which he hold
in his month.
p3rD most disagreeable and corrupt
town in the Union is Napoleon, Arkansas.
Its population is almost entirely composed of
gamblers, drunkards and desperadoes.
i Petef Martin, a son of the late Ex
Governor Marton, shot and killed a man
named Mossoy, a few days ago, in Tuscaloosa,
Ala. ' ., .
STLlke the oolorod bottle in a ohetnisl'g
window, is rouge on the oheek of a maiden.
It attracts the passer-by, bat all know tho
drug they advertise.
fiS Immense veins of coal have recently
been diicoveredin Semarara, and it is thought
that the mining operations there will be very
extensive this year.
. t .( n v .-. - .
-It has been arranged to import into
Cuba, in the least time practicable, from 25,000
to 75,000 free Africans, under oontraots for
tvefae yean' aerwes. ; i ,.. i i .: i
sff-The wife of Henry Bell, a planter,
eloped with a mulatto, some days since, in
Houston County, Texas, and at last accounts
the husband was in pursuit, breathing dire
vengeanoe on both.
. a-llenry Drennon killed a man named
Oallahar, near Lebanon, . Tenn., a few days
ego. O. fired upon Drennon and missed him,
when D. drew a pistol and shot him through
the heart '. .: .
The Stat riilt Democrat, published
at Helena, Ark., complains that while that
Htata is entitled to $17,001) worth of arms,
there are but fifty musket In the State Ar
senal, j ' t;" .;. ' ' "
pS" A nan's own conseienoe ie his sole
tribunal, and he should oar no more for that
phantom "opinion," than he should fear meet
ing a ghost if he orossed the church yard at
dark. ' . , . .
JaV"'The Boston Pott says that the age Is
pregnant with events; whereupon the Louis
ville Journal remarks) We have been afraid
she would go so, as she hasn't been behaving
herself reoently. ; .
A MiLLiFse Buimd bt a Cbakoi of Fash
ion. The failure of an extensive millinery es
tablishment in Chicago, haa of late been occa
sioned chiefly by the prevailing fashion among
the ladies, of wearing npon their heads the
woollen articles sailed "eloads" and hoods,
instead of bonnets. .The assignor declared
that he had sold scarcely a bonnet this winter,
and the case was similar with the millinery
., .1.1 ! If
AnoTBia Campbiii Teagsdt. A eamphene
lamp exploded in the hand of a girl in Brook
lyn, N. Y., when she was merely lighting the
wiok by a gas burner. The instant she applied
the wick to the gae flame the lamp burst, the
bottom coming out, the sides breaking in frag
ments, but tbe top remaining tightly screwed
on. The girl's clothes caught are, and she
was so badly bant as to die en the next day.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Four Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN.
Pobtlino, February 4,The steamer NorA
American, from Liverpool at two P. M. on the
18th, and Qaesnstown the following day, ar
rived at.tui part at niao A. M. to-day. The
twy or isaiixmort leit Liverpool about the
same time., , The Alia arrived at four A.M..
16th. The Prince Albert arrived at Galway
abontnooh'on the' 15th. The North Briton
arrived at Queenstown at eight fifteen min
utes A. M. on the )7th, and Liverpool at nine
A. M. on the 18th. ,
Great Britain. In anticipation of the meet
ing of Parliament on the 21th of January,
l'almerston had issued the usual circular to
his supporters in the House of Commons, re
questing their attendance at the opening of
tbe session, as business of great importance is
at one to be brought forward. The leaders of
the 'respective patties had likewise issued in
vitaUons to the cdstomary dinners whioh are
given prior to the assembling of Parliament.
A domoitio affliction, however, would prevent
D'Isrseli from entertaining bis followers. At
an adjourned meeting of the Great Ship Com
pany,, the directors' report was adopted.. The
majority against the amondment was 1,048.
A committee of investigation was adopted,
and it wss resolved that no new directors
should be eleoted till after tho presentation of
the new committee's report. .
The two matos of the American bark ittuia,
previously reported under arreit npon the
charge of having caused the death of six ool-
ored seamen , by cruel treatment, have been
discharged. , .
The announcement that Lord Cowlev had
retired to Paris was premature.
lie did not arrive there until the 17th. ' On
bis arrival be had a long audience with the
bmperor. A telegram on tne subject said the
Emperor requested Lord Cowley to declare to
the English Cabinet, that although desiring
an intimate understanding with England on
the basis or non-intervention, it is to bounder
stood that he always eonsidered himself bound
by the engagements of Villafranoa and treaties
This reserve was maintained during the last
negotiation by France and England.
The assemblage of a Congress is, therefore,
still possible, the programme being founded on
the treaties of Zurioh.
Tbe Cabinet of the Tullleries has formally
resumed tbe negotiations concerning the Con
gress, and has, by telegraph, informed. the
JNortnern uourts ot tne decree oi the .umperor.
iVance. Napoleon had addressed a most
important free-trade manifesto to Fould, tbe
minister ot State. It is dated January i, and
published in the ilontieur on the 15th., -The
letter sums up the Intended reform,
vis: Suppression of duty on wood and cotton;
successive redaction of dues on sugar and cof
fee; vigorous improvement of the means of
communication; reduction of tho oanal dues
by a general lowering of transport cost; loans
to be granted to agriculture and industry;
suppression of the prohibition in customs and
commercial treaties with foreign powers.
"The 160,000,000 francs remaining disposa
ble from the last loan will be applied in three
yearly credits to the execution of great public
works." ' '
' The Emperor concludes: "I am convihoed
that I shall obtain the support of the Senate
and Legislative body to these reforms. 1 1 am
anxious to inaugurate with them the new era
of peace, and to htsure its blessings to France."
The letter attraoted great attention, with
soarceiy an exception. - The Paris press
applauds1 the project, and in England it
gives groat satisfaction. The London Times
coneludea a leader on the letter as follows: '
i "We are in no condition ourselves at pres
ent to reduce our revenue, and are opposed
to commercial treaties, but still we hope it
may be id th power of the Chancellor of the
Exchequer, in consideration of the impulse
these changes must give to the British com
merce, and the probable Increase in the Cus
toms revenue, to make some reduotion en
French produots, which will be, at any rate,
an earnest of good will. The two countries
are at length nearly entered on the same path
in the eontest in whioh both may be victors,
and while the one that yiolds the most has a
right to expect the most solid advantages."
The Daily Ncuit sayB the project will much
promoto tbe welfare and increase the power of
Jrranoe. if Louts N apoleon bad been required
to give Europe a. demonstration of his confi
dence In his power, he eould hardly have
complied more efficiently than by aniounoing
a pouoy of tree trade.
Other London journals speak in a highly
eulegistio strain of the Emperor's project, and
the Morning Star says : Mr. Cobdsn has added
another olaiin to the gratitude of his country,
for to his exertions, backed by the sealous
co-operation of Michael Chevalier, we are
indebted to the new policy of the Emperor.
The proposed changes are not expected to
take place before Angast. . :. .
It was stated that the French Govern
ment was about to proceed against the sooiety
of St. - Vincent de Paul, a most important
oharitable association in France, and that the
Minister of the Interior had already informed
all publle functionaries that they could not be
members of that association and retain their
offices as pnblie functionaries.
" It was also reported that the Papal Nunoto
had delivered M. Barochs a note of the Papal
Government, dated January 7, containing a
formal and official protest against the pro
gramme of the pamphlet, The Pope and the
The Paris Flour market was dull, and sales
difficult Wheat qniet, but steady. ,.
IThe very latest via Queoustown.
Pasis, January 18. The Patrie of this
evening says : The prohibitions will not be
abolished before July; 1861, when they will
be replaced by proteotive duties of 25 or 30
per cent., which, with the advantages granted
to the French industry, will be quite sufficient
to allow competition. Before taking any de
finite resolutions, the Emperor bas decided to
hear the opinions of the principal manufac
turers. Maoiio, January 18. -Several cannon and
a quantity of ammunition were found in the
forts of Petuan. The Moors showed an in
tention of attacking the Spanish position, but
a few cannon shots sufficed to repulse them.
Every preparation had been Made for passing
the river and advancing on Petuan.
Belgium sends an expeditionary force to
China. A new Belgian loan of 45,000,OOOf
is announced. " ' ' '
The Spaniards continued to approach
Petuan, and the attaok was soon expected.
Spain has satisfied England's olatm In full.
The King of Sardinia has accepted the re
signation of his Ministry, and Cavour was
forming a new Cabinet.
, Hohq-Koko, December 15. The Chinese
are strengthening Pekin. Imports healthy.
Bonur, Deosmber 27. The markets are
dull and lower. ' ' '
Ismiwipoua, February 4. The Bight Rev.
Dr. Brownell, presiding Bishop of the Pro
testant ' Episcopal . Cburob, i has , appointed
Wednesday, February 15, as tbe time, and
this city as the place, for the consecration of
Kev. James u. raibott, a. u., u MUsionary
Bishop of the North-west. . -u i
Tbe Bishops appointed a the eonseeratore
are Right Rev. Drs. Kemper,- of Wisconsin,
McCoskeyof Michigan, Upfold,1 f Indiana.
Hawks, cf Missouri, and Bedell, of Ohio.
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.sent not exceeding an line (Agate) t -
One loaerqon. M 'lit On. .. a
Two wwia l SO I On. month.M. t Atf
Larger SdVef tlaemenis Tnaerted at the folfowfng. rate -"ft 1
...t'i. 1 for uaar of ton hoes or im 1 1 vV wiit
On Insertion SB BAITv&Mk...
Bach addlUooaL, is.) I Three i- ,. '
vu weeaj.. ,f j, I uae saoaw,,
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In all It bnuaoha done With neatata an! StiaeAchv 1 1 ' 1
Arrival of the City of Baltimore.
iotous demonstrations bad taken
Parma; tbe mob calling out lor a re-
i the price of bread, and the recall
ioroe was required to restore
Nsw Yog. February 4. The steamer .Cttu.nU
of Bnltimpre with the same date as by the),
AforlA Ajrirricon, arrived her thla afternoon. .rmi-,1.
Spam oM Aforoceo. 4 Horde states Inat oa , . ,
the 10th of Jannarv. the Spanish Government i. ..,
pairt into! the bands ei, the -iritlah Minister ..i
at Madrid, taersnns eue, tne. riusa uovern--., . .
msnlof 10,600,000 fraae s nmw.n- jt. i
Late advice from Mogador slate that sixty-. ., r
thousandjmen, the piok of the Moorish army,
were encamped on the hills beyond Mogador,
ready forjactioh. ' !''" ""
The Moors are said to have taken, in ail.
six hundftd Snani.prisonexs.- ,,. . ...j,;!-,
Italy The King 0? Sardinia was expected
td visit Jfilan in the beginning Of February. n"
The oornmtaiitlners td trace the' boundary "'
between Austria and Piedmont had dontmenoed
place at 1
JHaiial In the Chamber of Deputies the
Minister if Oommerce had announced that he
was aboui to propose the abolition of tbe laws
against usury, . ,
Auttriai Letters front Vienna fully confirm
the assortion that Austria hast abandoned all .
idea of renewing the war in Italy. 1 .
1 .London! January 19. It is believed that
events in Italy may tend to war between Sar- ,
dinia and'Naples. .. t.-t, .
Prmaia prepares by enrolling about 40,000 ,
more recruits, whioh are . to be raised imme-
The Timet has enlosistio' articles on Gari-
baldi and Cavour. The return of the latter to :
power it considers as a proof that Italian policy
will now be permitted and protected from Paris. .
Venice, we may hope, will again become Ital
ian by purchase. u:.i
. A scbenie, for the defensive organiiation o ,
Central Italy has been matured. . .
Madridi Januarv 18. Yesterday the Moors
showed a disposition to attack the Spanish, I
but were thrown into disorder by tnenreot
the Spanish artillery. The projectiles nearly .
reached Tetuan, from whioh place the army
was four miles distant. The Moorish army
wss encamped at Syria Vermares. .
The official Journal Dt Bona deolares to all ,
Catholics linterested in the preservation of tbe
States of i the Church, that the Pope, obeying '
the dictates of his conscience, has negatively ' '
replied to the oonnsel of the Emperor Napoleon ,
snd states) tne reason of the reiutai ot uis ,
cede the province now in rebellion.
Holinoss to cedeth
is.i.n. a nr. '"lt.I r.r
New York, voted yesterday for Taylor1, b? Ton-
nessee, for Clerk ef the House.' : .
Mr. Forney has appointed P. Barry Hayes
his Chief Clerk, in the place of Carter. ,,.
1 A number of Democrats who are here front '.
Kansas have conferred with the Southern Dem-'
ocrats in Congress, and propose to advocate the
admissioniof Kansas Into the Union with the , ,
Wyandot Constitution, changing the bounda- "
ries so as to include Pike's Peak and ( portion "'
of Nebraska, South of the Platte River, the . -ohauge
to be submittod to a vote of the people r,.
of liausas, and when ratified to be admitted,.,
as a State by proclamation of the President. . ,
Hon. Marcus J. Parrott, General Pomeroy', ' '
Judge Amy and ether Republicans, here front -Kansas,
insist on tho admission of Kansas .
under the. Wyandot Constitution without any .
alteration the constitution being already rati
fied by two-thirds of the citizens of the Terri- ' T.
Wrf. ' ! -:'-. .i.r - ).i T!f.' .
-.The question of population , will not be ,
urged, as. Judge Petlit, of Kansas, has said
that ho is confident there are one hundred
thousand inhabitants, whioh Comes up fully to
the requirements of the English bill. It is
also proposed by Demooratio Senators to resist ,
the organization of any more new Territories.
They want to attach Dacolah and the region ;'
round about it to Nebraska, while Utah and:
the Territories south of Kansas are to be an- t
nexed to New Mexico and follow Us fortunes. '
To this it is objected that, having scoured
slavery in New Mexico by law, this Immense
Territory should not be brought under the
same enactment, whioh might seouro it to
slavery forever. i '
The Virginia Legislature has passed a bill.',
declaring 1 an amnesty to all who were en
gaged In duels previous to January 18.
The Republican Conference was in session' '
for three hours. - They recommended George "
Moreton, of New Hampshire, for Doorkeeper; .
and. Joshua M. Laoas, of Illinois, for Post
master of the House.
' The question of Printer was discussed, but
no eonolusion oome to. Tbe indications, how-'
ever, are in favor of John Defreos, editor, in
Indiana. I '"'
From New York.
Nsw Yobk, February 4. John Commlngs,, .1..
oonvioted of the murder of Dennis McHenry,
was, to-day, sentenced to be hung on the 21 '' " "
of Maroh. . ii.i
.Three more bodies were taken from the
ruins of the Elm-street fire to-day. They ate
believed to be thoie of Mrs. Btorok and her '
two ohildren. The whole number, lost and
missing, thus far, is seventeen. -
i.Mr. Bothna, one of the injured, died at the -. . .-
hospital last evening. The. eight wounded
still remaining there, it is bolieved, will ro- ' ,
oover. Anothor body, that of Michael Kuhn, -
was recovered to-day from the. ruins of tho -hat
faotory. ... Mr. Smith, the fireman,- is still r
missing, and Is supposed to be under the ruins.
John Gallagher, one of the wounded, is dying ' ''
at the hospital. The other wounded are re
covering. . : . , .. ..- t . , . , ,
LaivsHwoaTB, February 4,The Territo- '
rial Legislature has paMod an act incorporat- '
ing the Central Overland California and Pike's ,
Peak Express. ., - .... . ,
.A bill abolishing slavery has been nnder '
consideration, but no definite action has bsen "
Martin F. Conway, Congressman elect un- -.
der the Wyandotte Constitution. left some
days since tot Washington. '
' It was the general belief that the project of
enlarging tbe boundaries of Kansas would be '
voted down by a large majority. . . ,r
The news from Salt Lake City, by y ester-,
day's express, is unimportant.
... . - I - :' i - ' j- .saw " 1 wv.-' ilr--
Pbiudslphu, February 4. A large meet-
Ing was held at the National Hall in this city ,
to-night, to form a Constitutional Union party. 1 ,
Resolutions were adopted', arranging for the ' "
constrnetion ef a party combining all the eon-'
servative elements of theooantry.- No persons t'
ef note addressed the assembly, but letters , ....
approving the object Of the meeting were read
front Hon, Edward Everett, Hon. Millard Till- " " ' 1
more, Hon. E. M. Conrad, of La., and Hon.1
John Minor Bolts. The patriotic ssntinunts -j
in the letters were greeted with th greatest c
appUu. .'''' 5 "'"i' -" tH
; ;r...i'-il mm ' in l t,t .tsiiwv .ibairdf
I. O. S. M.
( 8t. Loois, Febrnarv.. The Grand Lodge ,1lr,w
ef the Sons of MalUhai appointed the follow
4dg delegates to tbe Oand National Encamp.
mrarto be held l Washington City on the '
15th lest: Hon. Jos.8GieenrUon J.B.Iar- I
rett, Hon. F., P. Blair, .Grand Commander A., i.i..
F. W. Webbf and Past Grand CcmmandM U
JohnS. Waten. . v ..j ww
v Lomsviui, February 4; The ClarVsvillo ,
Thursday night of $18,000! mostly gold.
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