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THE PENNY PBE SSI
b HbikM daily, ( Boston wswtadi) to
VRANCISCO OA1DWBM,
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tiiei-a. M wilt t ooat stbbbt.
til FUMY r BBSS la deUTeredtosnbeorlbenU
Uaotaaan, Covington and Hswport, ua rer
roandlng eitlee and towns, at the ei
; tremoly low price of
HZ 01HTS A WIIK, FATABL1 TO OABBIU.
mm or MATLLvet
Brag U eoplee lo.! 1 nonth too.; I months fit 1 r Is.
AMUSEMENTS.
WOOD' STH EATER.
Corner of glith and vine-streets.
Jobn A. Xlliler, jr., iol llanagar and Lease.
Pbiobsov AnwissioB-Dreas Clrtle and Parquet tf,
SOoentai Gallery, Koente. ' u .. .
Doors open at 6X, enrlaln rises at 7X o'clook.
Benefit of Nr. Thorn: Donnelly,
Formerly Comedian of tbia Theater.
Mr. DOUULABS ana nr.iui isiui,di tna
Eeoott Opera Troupe, have volunteered for thli ooca-
ion.
THIS EVENING, February 10, will be presented,
for the Brat time,
THE 0HABOOAL-BCBMB8;
0. Tbi Daorrnt Win or Kiaiubobovoh.
Mr. Valentine Verdict, Mr. Donnelly; BdmundKB-
dale, nr. srougissa; roynet uruoii, ir, uui.vu,
Edith Harrington, Mfea Annie Waiter Barbara
Jones. Hlaa Vaany veanam.
Mr. BOY FBAZIB will aiag "The Macgragora'
uatnering," in iuii nismanu soiiuus.
After which the beautlfnl comedietta called
THI WINDMILL.
Sampson Low, Mr. Donnelly; Marian, Mn. Kllsler;
marcuioneee, uro. uiiuqi
Dance.-...-....-. Mlse Kate Pennoyer.
To conclnd with
THE IBISH BBOOTJI MAXSB.
(Jhrlity O'Btrap, Mr. Donnelly; Lady Illtabeth,
U 1.. Voaf-ltt '
srTo-morrow evening, a great Saterdey sight
bin.
yATIOyALi THEATER
John Batea, Proprietor and Manager ; W. 8. Irwin,
T-rniumrAI
Altibitiob or Tibi. Doora open at 7; Curtain
rlee at Xpaat 7, precisely.
PaioM or Aowssion. Dree Circle and Parquetta,
Mcenta: Family Oi de, i" cent i Colored Boxes, 25
GRAND OOMfLIMBNTABY BENEFIT TO MB.
rr.B. lawia.
Two beautiful Operat and afaihionalle Comedy!
Ulna LUCY ISOOTT, Mr. D. M1BANDA and Mr.
MAS. WELL, assisted by a run ana euicient uuerua,
THIS EVENING, Friday, Feb. 10, to commence
Wlta tn operatio play enuuea
THE CHILD OF THE REGIMENT.
Mutelaln. MUa I.nor Esoott: Bnlnice. Mr. Max-
well; Audraae, Mr. D. Miranda; daman, Mr. Bor-
nard; Marohloneia, Mr. T. Law.
The Vlvandlerew.w.......M,.Mia Jennie Bight.
To be followed by tha fashionable comedy of the
' CLOWN PRINCES.
Frederick, Mr. W. Carter; Albert, Mr. Stuart;
Lady Garlna, Mia A. Urabero; uama Barbara, airs.
Aws; nainenne, mra. u, neuri.
To eonolnde with tha last aot of
IL TROVATORE.
Leonora, Miss Laoy Xaeott; Aiaoeaa, Mra. 0.
Henri; Manrico, Mr. D. Miranda; Count Di Luna,
Mr. T. maxwell. Asaimea py tne entire iroupe.
piKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
8. N. Tike, Proprietor; f.B. Conway, Stage Dl
Mrtnr J. V. Herbert. Treaaurer.
Paicna or Anuuaio. Parquett Circle, Farquetta
ana uaioony, ov oenia ; Ampnitneswr, ua eenw
Privahi Rnrni for elffht nnrnnnl. Bit.
Box Office open from 10 A. M. until i P. M., where
aeata oan be aeeurea.
Door open at i o'clock ; commence) at 7M.
" FOB THE BENEFIT OF ' ' ?
Mrs. Julia Dean Hyne.
And tha fifth night of her Farewell Engagement.
THI8 EVENING, February 10. will ba presented
me veantirui piay, in nve aoia, onuuea
. EVADNE : OR. TUB STATUE.
BTMIUV, JUT.. tfUllB JUBU U.IUV. UVlUUUn, W
Conway; Ludorico, Mr. Dberidan; King of Naplea.
To oonolndeCby particular request) with the ele
gant conieaietta cauea
THE MORNING CALL,
In which Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne and Mr. Conway
will snstsin the characters of "Mrs. GhlllinKtone"
and "Sir Edward Ardent." as originally performed
by them, with unbounded applause, at the Broadway
jneeter, new I org.,
WSaturday erening, "Borneo and Juliet."
JVOn Monday erening,
MR. CHARLES BARRAS.
In compliance with tha request of many pitrnns
tae arania, win appear sua vn a mum unui
in his great ecceutrio personation of " The Hypo
chondrfac." in his comedietta of that name, and
"The Injured Orphan," in his new travesty
"Hamlet."
In aotlve rehearsal, Bhakspeare'a great play
" unry nil," in wnicn mrs. juna iwan tiayue
win periorm.
A (rand aneciacnlar and thrilling Drama Is In act-
Ita nrenaration. with new BMnery dresaea. effect.
Ac, and sustained by tha entlie strength of tha
company.
GJMITH A NIXON'S HALL.
WAUGH'S ORIGINAL
MIRRORJDF ITALY.
This magnificent Panorama Is not " Wangh's
Italia," shown in this oity some months slnoe, but
the unmnal mirror oi Italy, exnioiiea nere so euo
naufnllTat Smith A Nixon's Hall In 1802. It now
return to Cincinnati for the first time since that
date, with new ana beautiful Ulorninlo HUont.
and scenes illustrating the Theater of the Late
nly. at Smith A Nixon's Hall, and ia now atpi
and giving Two Bxbibttlons Dally, at 3 o'clo
Italian war, ami win exniDii lor a iew any
look
f. jn . ana 17 o ciock eaaa eveniuK.
Ticketa 3ft cent, or six for tl. Children 10 cents.
Tlnnra nrwtn In tn avenlna at Al4 o'clock. Mirrr
mote at 7X o'olock precisely. Doors open in
afternocn. at 2 o'clook; commences at 8 o'clock.
Afternoon Exhibition Ladies' Tickets 15 cents;
yauqren eenis oniy. lea-vi-
R. AND MRS. SHANKS'S
14 II 1 W. M III A I KM V M
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LA BXCONDTIBM. ' '
National Hall, Vlne-arreet, above Filth.
Tha leaaona are ao arranged that beginners
eommenoe at any time. , , ohh
930. v 30. $30. f30.
Tltirty-jDollar Double Lock-Stitch
. , i , . .
HYSEWIHClin
BKOUBID BT BIOKMT LKTTBB8 FATXBT.
THIB MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
MOTJNOIDby all eon Detent Jndgca, wh
bare seen It, to be tha beet and moat dealrable Fam
ily sewing jnaomno ever lntroauoea, reHariiiB.i
f trice. It will aew all kinds of family goods,
from tha verr
I very thiokeat to the very ".neat fabrics mad,
and nee ail kind, of Ihread.from No. S to 200,
Him All 1- mmA mm l.n.f ,IM IrlMftllfafk.
Bend for a circular, or call and see it in operation.
Upon early epplloetlon, Bteteand Oounty tugo a
Ka aaAnrauf
An tiergetlo yenon ota mkt a foHnne In
Sim.. ""Wjn
BCU Bua OXOIall vfJ ueni lor turn viuwi di(
w14fmt 9H Wwt foarthtreete Olnolnmli.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GlfcEAT
(GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Bmlth A Nixoa'a Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from Mcenta to
will be given with every book for which we receive
Solid Sold Uhaina, eplendid aet of Jewelry, fine
u .1... riAnl.' fltiia vnatchalna. and a hnkn.
riety of other articlea of rich Jewelry, worth
Ladles and gentlemen are respectfully Invited
eall and examine our atoox.
'j A. A. KELLEY,
"i Fnbllaher and Gift Bookeellar,
at FonHh-ctraet.
J. M'ELEVEY.
Llerchart Tailor
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delltf . . LOBBON BUILDUW.
VOL 2. NO. 149.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
THE PEESS.
andt w.rBANoi8oo
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bmtobs in runiRoii.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE.
TBAIN8 ABBITB.
Irmi IkiBI.-Night Xxpresa, 8:00 A. .; Accom-
moaatiou, 2:49 p. .; uay sxpreaa, : r. w,
iBnUHSJPOLia AND OiaOMHATI. 11:U A. BT. t:40 t,
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Cuoinbati, Habiltob abd Dattob. 7:45 A. If .; 11:08
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HaBIBTTA AMD CntoiMBATi. ll: A. .; (:5t p. M.
BlOBKOHD AID iBDIABAfOLia. 12:50 M.j tM r. M.
' TBAIBB DEPABT.
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OuoiMiATi, Hamiltoi abd Dattob. :00 a. h.; 7:30
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PEN AND SCISSORS.
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"Italian translations of Hamlet and Mao
beik have been produoed at Florence.
3BAdela!d aongennetn, the aotreii. ha
became Mra. unry irriiby, or London.
J3TPor the Tear ending September 1, 1859,
the lou dt fire in Boston was $761,370, with
insurance to tn extent oi f 040,zuu.
jBS'The firat volaue of Parke Godwin's
History of France, on whioh he bag bestowed
so much labor, will appear early next month.
j-flenrr Whilden. a resident of Phila
delphia, was stabbed in the streets of that city
and killed, the other evening.
3BA Mezioan sheep drover lost 1,000
head in one night, dariog the recent severe
weather in Texas. -
sTDr. Wb. Oroxton, a resident of Essex
County, Va., was murdered and burnt to death
a few days gtnee by bis slave.
rVOne Osoar, a steamboat oook, wa bru
tally beaten to death recently on the Memphis,
Tenn., levee, by a person nnknown.
r-S"In 'Columbus, Qa., the other day,
thief tierfornied the unprecedented feat of ab
stracting $126 from printer' pocket.
S-Lord' Msoaulav'a fifth volume of the
History of England will, it i now said, most
probably oom oat.
ie&-k great many drop a tear at the door
of poverty, wnen wey inouia rawer orop
sixpence.
ffiiTOn Monday night a shoemaker named
David Sommer committed suloide, in New
York, by cutting his throat with a shoe-knife.
JtOscar Blasoo and Robin fought a
duel in new urieans. tne otner aay, witn
small swords, and the latter was wounded.
The painter Linde ha found a col'
lection of northern antiquities, traced to period
of 500 year B. Q., on the island of uugen.
deXTThe sohooner Juliama, of Providenoe,
bound to Boston, has been seized in Hampton
Roads for violation of the Virginia inspection
law.
-A new Whig and Amerlosn paper ba
been started at tb town or Humboldt, miss.,
and has been baptized the Humboldt Oomot,
A pretentious title truly.
Young Dumas' last comedy. Lt Pert
Prodigwt, was performed at the Frenoh Theater
in New Orleans last Sunday evening, for the
first time in America.
RalDh Waldo Emerson took an extra
train, on which he was the sole passenger, front
Lafayette to Chicago, the other evening, in
time to lecture ia the latter oity.
-Glnok' onera 'of Orohtm. whioh has
bean revived at the Theater Lyrique, in Paris,
continues to be very attractive, having al
ready been played thirty time.
S"The Salt Lake Valltg Tan savs, of ever
two hundred murders committed in that Ter
ritory within the past three years, not a sin
gle offender has been convicted or punished.
lord Maoaulay Is (aid to have mad by
his Lay of Ancient Horn exactly a muoh
money a Goldsmith died owing to needy and
exacting creditors.
ffltrThe Camden (Ark.) Eagle, noticing the
recent rise in the Ouachita River, says the
overfiow was rapid, and many person lost
cattle and stook.
r. W. H. MoMath, of Lawiarille,
Ark., wa shot and instantly killed on Tues
day last, by Charles B. Boyd, formerly a mer
chant of that place.
- An observatory is to be bnilt in Zu
rich at the expense of the heirs of the famous
weaver Kunz, the town prescribing the site
and the Uanton taking care oi vne organization.
Gov. Wise, of Virgin!, drew the su
perb painting, "The Village Blacksmith,"
which was on exhibition by the agent of the
I W II ll'll WU UK
Coimopolitan Art Association In froy, N. Y.
8A little work ia announced by Florenoe
Nightingale, which, it iito be hoped, indi
cate the writer restoration to health. It i
entitled "Notes on Nursing, What it is, and
What It is Not."
4BT-That interesting little perfumer, the
Musk Cat, whioh the United States steamer
MiuUtivvi ha Just brought home from Co
chin-Chin a, is on exhibition at the Aquarial
Gardens, Boston.
ffibfAt a recent meeting in Clarksville,
Tenn., arrangements were perfected for the
more rapid proseoution of the entire line of the
Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville Rail
road, and it early completion.
sr-Lulgl Ricci. the popular Italian com
poser, ehapel-maiter and director of the or
chestra at Trieste, Austria, died in the Hos
pital for th Insane, at Prague, on the lit
January.
29Lamartine ha written a notice
Thiers' Consulate and Empire, In Which he
notes "all the vulgarity of Thiers' style and
taste, and hii superficiality and lov of gaudl
nasi and noiie."
SgooLAB Mbakb or Amino A Chooh.
For the aid of Grace Church, in San Fran
Cisco, the parlshoners got up a raffle whioh
yielded S3.000. and mean to follow it np witn
a ball, and perhaps a grand consolidated
"buck" at faro until $45,000 necessary fund
are riied.
Ai Eismplait VcTiBig. David A. Dnv
arest, an old gentleman of six and ninety year,
who died in New York recently, deserves edi
torial canonization In every newspaper in tne
land; having been turfy-fAres years a regular
paying lubsoriber to the New York Spectator.
A Tsbua Bajiu Babi-Not. In de
scribing a spurious bill, bank-note detector
lays: "In the counterfeit, whioh can easily
b distinguished, th femsl on the left lower
corner has Key, while in th genuine ih ha
A floLOBBAL Cocpl. Mr. and Mrs. Annln
residing near the High Bridge of the New
Jersey Central Railroad, are mpposed to
the largest couple in this country; the man'
weight being m no tne woman a ovv puuuu.
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Pibsoval ArriABAioi or Dabibi, E.Sioi-
Lia. A Washington correspondent thus speaks
of Sickle's appearance In the House: "there
is a general stir among the fairer portion n
the audience as Mr. Sickle saunter quiet
in a slender figure, attired with such Para
lan faultlessnes s of taste that he ha aequirei
the name of the best dressed man In the
Hons. Dark brown hair, brnihed smooth If
away from hi white, broad forehead; fnl
beard and moustache, and a handsome face!
all but the eyes oh I aueh singular looklnt
yesl A long as his back i turned he seernt
an Adonis; but the eyes spoil all. His usual
style 01 dress one that makes him tne envy
of every dandy on Penniylranla-avenue for
It dittingu perfection is a black dress coat,
with velvet oollar, and light grey trowsers,
tarjerlnor down to the small, ihinev boots.
His hands are incased in perfectly fitting kid
gloves of lome dark color, which he constantly
wears, even in hi seat. This habit has given
rise to a superstitious rumor that they are
worn to conceal the deep blood-stain which
he fancies are still crimsoning his bands.
He lounge in a sort of nonchalent way upon
his seat, seldom acosted by his fellow-members,
and apparently quite unaware that he Is
the center for hundred of curious eyes. He
Is boarding In a private family on Thirteenth
street, and 'Teresa' is with him."
Hauuoiratiob Of DaimtiBgMs. A gen
tleman of middle age wa attaoked with dt
lirium tremens. He fought the surrounding
make for a few days, and then told his friends
that he was dead. He lay stretched upon his
bed for some minutes, when he arose, walked
into an another room, and complained that be
had forgotten something in bis will. He added
a oodioil, requesting bis employee to take bis
son Into their employment as his suooessor in
business. He returned again to the room,
looked npon tne bed, and began to rave be
oause his body had been stolen, asserting that
he left it npon tne bed a few moments before.
and that some of the attendants had taken it
away. Soon the stupor came on him again,
when he laid himself down, and the tongue
that had before so wildly insisted on Us pos
sessor' decease, wa still.ln the cold embrace
01 deatn. .
Stat Foomvi-suvi Law. It is a ouriou
fact, not generally known, that New Jersey
has a fugitive-slave law of her own, enacted
in 1793, and re-enacted with modification! in
1838 and 1846. The slaveholder or his agent
can apply to a Common fleas Judge, and the
arrest will be made by the Sheriff, and the
question of property deoided by three judges.
This law is in accordance with that interpre
tation of the Federal Constitution whioh
makes the restoration of fugitive slaves the
duty of the State. New Jersey has alio a law
authorising a slaveholder to take his slaves
through the State, and to make a temporary
residenoe with them.
A DisriBATi Lovib. About a year since
young man was areated In West Philadelphia
on the charge of attempting to shoot a young
lady he was in love with, who did not recip
rocate the passion. Last Friday the young
man was again arrested at the suit of the lady,
who charged him with attempting to kill hor
with a razor. It appear that the couple are
now married, and tbi violent matrimonial
life is only a natural consequenoe to the stormy
courtship which it followed.
DarrABTvaaor th DiAiioio-WBisOotiPL.
Senor Eitaban de Ovledo and hi wife left on
board the Quaker Otis, on Saturday, for a visit
in his fnh.il atatAa. The fiftnnv nonnlA warn
escorted to the waterside by a bevy of relatives
and friends, and there is no doubt but the
charms of his fair Ameiiean prize will capti
vate the gallant Cuban hidalgo as completely
as the charm or the eenor yellow epanisn
doubloons conquered the affeotion of the
bewildered shopkeeper of our own Broadway.
RiiRTiBuaiiT or A Hibo. Colonel Charller,
of the Frenoh army, who commanded the 90th
regiment of the line at the battle ot Magenta,
having raiien in that action, nad oeen ourtea
on the field of battle without any other dis
tinctive sign but that of a small orois. The
administrative deputation of Buffaiora. close
by Magenta, have now caused the body to
exhumed, and remterrea in tneir cnuronyara
with great solemnity.
Six Pibsoi Brow v o Dbath. About two
week ago the home of James MoDonnoI,
Durr County, Wi., wa burnt. The family
were! all aileep, and th flame made auoh
rapid progren that nothing wa saved. Four
children were burnt to death in the home,
another injured so that it died the next day,
and Mra. mod. died from cer injuries soon
after. Mr. McDonnei and one child were also
badly burnt.
A xTdvah Swihb. The wife of John Oweni,
living in Jefferson County, Ind., was a short
time since delivered or three cnuaren, weigh
ing in the aggregate twenty-five pounds.
About two years prior to this time the same-
ladv gave birth to twins, making five children
in two years. Mrs. O. had been delivered,
three pain of twin befor the one above
named.
Cbihinai, Abddotiob. There has been
great excitement in Londonderry, VL, during
the past week, in consequenoe oi tne nanotion
and abuotion of a girl named Churchill. . Her
friends have failed so find where she is, or
get any trace of the direction she went. Dr.
Eohralm Barker has been arrested on suspi
cion, but denies the eharge, and claim that
is a conspiracy to injure him.
Philadilpeia th Huxthibst Cot ii th
TJbiob. At a meeting of the Sanitary Asso
ciation of New York, Dr. Griieom showed
that Philadelphia, Penn., instead of Provi
dence. K. I., a baa long been conceded, wa
th healthiest city in tne oountry. The num
ber of person! dying there was less, in propor
tion, as ne na sauinea nimieir.
A Compact Hau, of Stat. The State
Government of Oregon is all oarried on
second story of a briok store in Salem.
Governor nas one room, and the Bsoretary
State and Treasurer another: and a the Leg
islature meet but biennially, that branoh
tne Government win be disposed oi in tne pan-
lie hall over head, wnen occasion require.
NiwNovil by a Rsoxobi. Countess Hahn-
Hahn. for many yean a religious recluse In
convent at Mayenoe, returns to the abandoned
world once more, at least witn ner works,
new novel of hers, Ee$ma Maria.- a Tale
th Frtetnt Day, U in the preil and will shortly
pper.
fittin fiAB flnaaawrtv .T.annlda Tlnrnliatt.
an old tar from th United States ship Pmn-
nlvania, was arrested in Petersburg, Va.,
few dsvl ago. for purloining a grind stone,
with tne proceeds of wnion it was stated
intended to buy a marriage licanie. . He
sent home for discipline. - - -
' A Opiba bt A Parses. In about a
th Grand Opera at Pari will bring
a work of Prince Pontitowskl'i, called Rerra
d Medieit. i The libretto 1 written by
Marquis de St. George, and the "getting
is described a something quite marvelous
to tpiendor.
EoBEiBLi Aooidbkt. The penitentiary
Fontevraud, department ef Maine t Loire,
Franoe, during a terrible itorm onto 3d
feu in with a crass, burying many of the
onen psneaia me rains.
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Pobtlabd, February J. France. A decree
I published convoking the Senate and Leg
islative body for the 23d of February.
The Paris Pay says that on the conclusion
of the Trsaty of Commeico between France
and England, negotiations with other powers
for the conclusion of similar treaties will be
commenced. .
--. The rumor had been ourrent in Pari that
the Emperor had intended, a an earnest of
his pacific intentions, to reduce hi army by
100,000 men.
An official report was in preparation on the
question of abolishing the heavy cavalry in the
French army on account of it value having
been much diminished Dy recent improvements
in artillery.
The fans market Tor flour was quiet, and
prices tended downward. Wheat also was
heavy, but not lower.
A report had been current that Prince Na
poleon was about to proceed on a mission to
London but it was denied.
The Pari Bourse wa dull and lower.
Rent closed on tha 24th at 68f. 60c The
annual financial report of M. Magu Is pub'
lished. The state of the treasury li represen
ted a flourishing. . The arrears, which were
888.000.000f.. do not now exceed 680,000,000
The development of the new commercial
policy wilt lor a time suspend the redemption
of the public debt. The report states that
slnoe 1852 tha foreign commerce or jrranoe has
inereased 80 per cent.
j Sardinia. The official Piedmonteie Qatetle
Publishes the following as the list of the new
Ministers: President of the Council of Minis
ters, Minister of Foreign Affairs and ad infertm,
Count Cavour; Minister of War, Ueneral
Fanti; Justice, Big. Casalnlo; Finance, SIg.
Vegezzt; Public Institutions, Big. Numlanl;
vili tit an ? i
ruouo nora.9, Dig. acino.
A decree is published dissolving the former
Chamber of Deputies ana ordering some new
arrangements oi tn electoral basis.
A letter from Leghorn states that an En
glisn frigate bad entered that barbor and sa
luted the town, the batteries of which at once
responded. The English salute was Interpre
ted a a recognition by the British Govern
ment of the fall of the Grand Duke, and as
a firat fruit of the oombined French and En
glish policy on Italian affairs,
Verona ana tuewnoie territory belonging to
the fortress had been deolared in a state of
liege. The Vienna telegram pronounce thi
a premature. Renewed attempts at counter
revolution were being made by tht adherent
of the fallen dynasty in Tuscany.
Three powenui sneus were lately exploded
at the residenoe of Baron Rlcaioli, President
of the new Government, and of two other con
spicuous friends of the new renme,
1 mif-. : 1 1 - : 1 j . t ,
A nuniBieritti wmis prevailed ai napies
The Fiianghure Cabinet resigned on the ques
tion of giving armed assistance to the Pope,
whioh they oppose. The King had sent to
SIg. Tragamorena to form a new Ministry.
The Liverpool Jm contain tn following:
We are in a condition to affirm that the fol
lowing Statement is true: The Emperor of
the Frenoh has written a second letter to tne
Pope. It was brief but emphatic. His Majesty
1 willing ana anxious to remain as hitn
erto. the eldest son of the Church, and con
tmue deierentiai to tne xioiy .trainer in ail
thing! spiritual, but if his polioy opposes the
late piopositions. let mm rememoer iienry
VIII.
The Pope having called for the withdrawal
of the French troops from Rome, the Emperor
njt they shall be withdrawn if his Holiness
persists, bat that he (the Emperor) will cause
a months notice to be given to all strangen
resident in tne itoyai oity.
iranse. The commercial treaty between
Franoe and England was signed at Pari! on
the 224. The term were not authentically
known, and it ii reported that they would not
be published until the English Chancellor of
tne jsxenequer lUDmittea mi ouaget to parlia
ment, when the treaty would be simultane
ously promulgated in the rani Jfomfeur,
Various rumors were afloat as to the pro
vision oi tne treaty.
The Pari correspondent of the London
Timet learns on good authority that the En,
glish Government has frankly carried out its
principles of free trade. He also states that
English coals will not be relieved of all duties,
but only of the detterentiai duty.
The ran correspondent of the Spectator
says that the treaty embraces the following
objects! A complete ana effectual assimula
tion of the French and English flags in mari
time intercourse, direct and Indirect, between
both countries and their respeotire colonies,
nd exonerating both English and Frenoh
shini from all tannage due ia both English
ana French ports.
Another Jfarii letter writer maintains that
the duty on manufactured iron, whioh is now
4 per tun, will D reduced to either xi es.,
or i lVi.
The approaching retirement of L. Msgue,
Minister of Finanoe. and H; Bellault, Minis'
tor of the Interior, wa very generally spoken
of in Paris. Both are protectionist!.
Enaland. In the English Parliament the
Duke of Newcastle and Earl Granville de
fended the Government, and the latter stated
that Mr. Cobden was entitled to the merit
the new oommercial treaty with Franoe, whioh
he was convinced would prove of great benefit
to England,
The amendment was negatived with a di vl
ion. and the address was voted.
In the House of Commons, Mr. Brand gay
notice that on the 20 th of February, Lord John
Susiel would introduce a reform measure.
An address to the throne was moved and
leconded. Mr. D'Israeli stated that he was
not anxious to move an amendment to the
address, but at the same time he complained
of the unsatisfactory nature of the speeohfrom
the throne, and proceeded to oritloise some
its more important features.
Be wa greatly surprised tnat at this date
new oommercial treaty should be negotiated,
a it shook to piece the commeroial polioy
late yean. He demanded an explanation
Lord Cowley's resent mission to London, and
Insisted that the Government should give
complete exposition of its Italian policy,
Lord raimenton aaminea mat mere were
objections against the oommercial treaty,
explained tnat tne convention witn ranee
was an exceptional one. A regarded Italy,
the Government had not thus fsr entered Into
any engagement. The policy wa clear and
simple, viis non-intervention
The address was agreed to.
Mr. Charles Lennox Wyke was appointed
British Minister to Mexioo.
Captain Harrison, Commander of the Or
Eafrn, lost his life by the upsetting of a boat
at Southampton. Energetio efforts were made
by. no less than ten mi
tnan ten medical men to restore
animation, aiwr tne ooay
was taken from
water,
but all were fruitless. The galvanic
battery was applied without any affect what
ever. The event created a paiutui sensation
throughout England, owing to the high esteem
in which Captain Harrison w( held.
The London Atheneum alludes to the report
that Hon. Richard Cobden has lost nearly
his private fortune by investment in Ameri
can railway securities, and says that the
of 40,000, ia sum of 900, ha been iub
soribed to repair his lots.
Bon. M. a. names, a oisungniinea uoerai
politician, died in London on the 22d, at
age of 81.
Sir. W. Rosi, th well-known optic artlit,
dead. The two mateiof the Americnn
Anna, Who were arretted at Cowe, on
eharge ef murdering Are of the crew, bat
charged for want of jurisdiction, have been
re-arrestea by the American consul at tsouta-
1 1 . v. . ,
imiwa, auiu am w im nai nvuiv lor inai. 1
The Irish papers publish a letter from the I
Pope to the olergy of the diooese of Cashel.
His Holiness returns thanks for tht sympathy
expressed toward mm, ana aenounoes tnoee
who seek to curtail the civil power of the Holy
See.
Logpo. January M. The Daily Nevi'i
city artiole of last evening sayi;
The fundi were restrained from recovery by
the continued drain of gold, coupled with the
confirmation of a rumor that the Bank of
England baa been selling stock.
Consols, after deolining , closed the same
a yesterday. There wa a good demand for
money at 2J3 per eent. for best bills, but
not the (lightest pressure at the Bank. -The
amount of business was moderate. The
withdrawals of gold from the Bank to-day for
the continent, principally to pay for silver was
V8,ooo, making an aggregate of 341,001)
since last Wednesday.
The fimea'a oity article of last evening says:
"The flatness on the Parii Bourse, and the
faot of the King of Maples having dissolved
his Cabinet, rather than abandon a project for
armed intervention in favor of the rope,
ooupled with the notification of the report ef
Verona having been placed in state of siege is
merely premature, also produced a feeling of
discouragement."
The demand for discount at tne Bank was
pretty active In tha open market the best
K.t
aaon paper wa reaaiiy laaen at in per cent.
-l . i-i , . , as .
taken from the Bank since the date of the last
return, and an apprehension was felt that a
lurtber advance in the rate of discount would
ensue before long, particularly should the
rate of American Exohange undergo no al
teration.
The suosoripuon lor tne new Belgian loan lor
1 800 flOOf reached 189 000
1,UU,UUJ. reacned l,UUU. .
From New York.
Niw Yobk, February 8. At a meeting this
noon of the Chamber ot Commerce, the Com
mittee appointed reported a memorial to the
President to the effect that the Chamber of
Commeroe of the State ot New York judge it
proper and expedient to offer the mediation of
the United States between England, Franoe,
and China. The report was acoepted unani
mously.
Th Chamber of commeroe to-day alio
adopted a report and resolutions against pri
vateering, and in fetor of the immunity ef all
private property npon the ucean in time oi
war.
The Paclflo Mail Company has determined
to establish a direct line of steamers from As-
pinwall to New Orleans. The St. Louie is to
leave here about February 21 for Aspinwsll,
to take ner place in tne route.
Mrs. needier seems to nave been more se
riously hurt than wa supposed, but kopei are
entertainea oi ner reoovery.
Shipwreck.
Portubd, February 9. The brig Elita
Grieve, Capt. John Brooking, of Newfound
land, with a cargo of pork, flour and tobaooo,
stranded, about lov miles trom cape Kace,
January 25. rkhtlntr. drifted a-wreck until
tne following Monday, the Zotn, when the
orew wen taken off by the steamer North Briton,
sixty miles north-east of Sable Island. The
orew consisted of ten men, of whom the cap
.. - .-. ' 2. .. -- .
tain and steward, ttionard Carter, were
drowned.
Fire at Philadelphia.
Phixadilphu, February 9. The Cotton
and Woolen Mill on Lawrenoe-street, owned
by Jos. Rlpka, and occupied by Paul Thur-
low, was partially burnt last night. The fire
originated in the center building, whioh was
destroyed. Both wings, whioh oontalned
machinery which cost $150,000, wen saved
by the iteam fire engines. Los only $5,000,
of
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RlOIPTIOH BY TUB All IBIOAR COBSDL. Mr.
Spencer, the United States Conmi in Parii,
last month gave a magnificent reception to
about four hundred Amerloans now lojonrning
in tnat oity. Among tnose present were Mrs.
General Soott; the Countess Dissy, a daughter
ot ueneral naraey of our army, who was mar
ried in Jraris about lire year since: Mis Mo-
Lean, of Washington City; Beverly Tucker,
Major Crittenden, Captain J. W. Todd and
Lieuti. Huse and Pegramof th United States.
Opfobsd to Bailiffs. It is related of the
elder Dumas, who had an extensive acquain
tance with writs of seizure, that one day his
charity was Invoked In aid of the interment
a bailiff who had died in the greatest destitu
tion. Upon being informed that the amount
necessary was twenty-five francs, Dumas
pulled fifteen Napoleons from his pooket, ex-
claiming: "iwenty-nve rrancs to bury
bailiff I Take all I've got, and bury twelve
or emi" i
Lakb Commsbc The Osweeo Tmet'e an
nual statement of the commeroe of the lakes
now being prepared, shows that by converting
flour into wheat the total amount of grain
shipped from the lake regions eastward, over
Lake untano, in ias, was ia yu"u bushels,
against 21,000,800 in 1858. The ihipments
other routes leading to the seaboard show
considerable decrease compared with 1858.
Dbath or aPlctoi Plait. The Jamaica
paper announce the death of a millionaire,
the Hon. Edward Thompson, Chief Magistrate
and senior Member of Assembly from the
Parish of Clarendon. Mr. Thompson may
considered th last of the planters of the olden
time, lie was oonneoted with the agricultural
interest of every parish in the island, and
owned several sugar estate, uis life was in
sured for 80,000.
Niailt Killkd by Crbosotb. Mia Han-
n.li nfPniilrrr.rf M. ii.....l..l..
her life by applying a very small quantity
. - . . . ' . . V r i .1 1
creosote to am in dctto oi a aecayea tooiu.
In about two hour after applioation she
thrown into oonvnlsions, and remained insen
sible through the day. For some time her
one time her
lie dangerously
ln
was despaired of. . She now
in from congestion of the brain
ThiObbat Pairs Fight i Ekqlabo. It
tated that the authorities In London are abont
to adopt measure for preventing th fight be
tween Tom Bayer and th Beneci
f Eeenan.l It la also assarted that negotiations
an pending for an appearance of Heenan
tne Ainambra jfaiaoe, London, the admission
to the ahow being quite a exorbitant a
onargea oy air. rierey. .
Ehqliih SioAL. Gongs or signal bells,
convey order to engineers, are not need
English steamboats; all order an passed
word oi moutn oy a boy rrom the captain
the wheel-house to the engineer below deck.
"Eesur," (ease her) and "strawpurr," (stop
bar) correspond to one and two belli en Amer
ican boat. . . i
Raxtoions Cosrvaasiog. There is a report
that Mn. Mary Howitt has become a Sweden-
borgian. Mil Mary O. Hume, a daughter
the late i osaph Home, and a poetess and
novl!t, ha been for many year a member
the Church of the Hew Jerusalem. - f i
A Tbioahutio Soovbobil. A man named
Travis was lately arrested In Belvidere,
wha had marrlacl no laa than thraa wive
short time, within a circle ef fifty miles,
lidos committing forgery and other crimes.
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Principal Office, ft. TT Weil Famrthxt.,
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CINUlMrVAU.
WE OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE
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portant Improvement!, and to meet tha demand fur
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and ive instruction free of charge, to enable pur-
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deiaj
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uenTI
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WB INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
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vr We warrant onr Oils to be eoual. if not anna.
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aT Bo persona ordering from a distance, aati.
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deM
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No. 378 MAIN-STREET.
BE1WEKH SIXTH AND 8IVINTH,
Manufacturer and Importer of
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WmrHICH I WILL SELL CHEAPER
tv than an other Mtabliih mailt in tliAeltvnp
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win nua uiouieir luieroaHTOoaiianafixawinAniv
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fore and Lilt Fume. Also, hi Portable Btaam
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lerle, Dry Hock;, Paper mill Krtllroad
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buildings. No solder need fastened securely with
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