.'is pebltabad dafly, I fraaaar .) by ,
nunciico "" C JJUDWEU,
rioao, M f roatnf .
TBI FU1T IMBBl delivered to subscribers ifl
(Haeraiiatl, Covington and HewKrt, end star.
' rounding eltlas and towns, at the ei- ,
tremtly low prto of '' "
IX OlMTB A irilK, PATABIjI TO OASJUIB.
mo or auiLnet
Single eoyloe nj.i 1 aontk too.; t months Us t rear Is.
WOOD'S THE ATE lt.l
vomer oi bum ih t im eweata. - -
John A. Illsler, Jr sole Manager ml lose.
PaicrMOr Aieio Dree Circle and Faro,oett,
Moente; QallerT, 2S cents. .
Woore jpea at ttf, gottaln rises t 1H 'clock. .,
Second night of the celebrated Iiiah Comedian and
!. tfiColUllg'" ( ") J.
THIS IV1NING, february 14. will bo presented
tbo admirable corned? of
TUB 1K1HU AMBASbAUUK.'
Sir Patrick O'Fienlpo, Mr. Collins; Count Horlnos,
Mr. KlUlerj Prince Kodolph, Mr. Bead; Donne
Isabella, Mrs. KLUlw; Ladr Kmllyde Lacr, UlM
Walt. i ; n . x i
, Dauoe.-.-M...JIlli tat Peaaerer,
To be followed by ' " H' - i N1"1
HOW TO PAT THE RENT.
Morgan Battler, Mr. Oolllru; Mr. Miller, Mr. I Iiher;
Swell Billy. Ur. Adaaeai Mr. Ootuoienoe, Ian.
Gilbert. , "
To cenolnde with ' ' 1 " .-..,. ji
SKETCHES IK INDIA. 1 " '
Sir Matthew Serene, Mr. Flaber i Tom Tape, Mr.
He nee : Ballr Bcragge, Mill fanny Deaham j badjr
Bcr.gga, Mre. Ollbert. ...
w w -1.4... ..j. .
John Bates, Proprietor and Manager ; W. 8. Irwlo,
Treasurer. . , .i ,' , , -i . -c i " - ..
ALTiaanoa or Tim. Doors open at 7; Oartaln
rlat at MmitT. araoiaalT. -1
Paicia or Aomasicn. Drees Circle and Parqnette,
M cent! : family 01 clfc, 25 cente ; Colored Boxee, IS
ceuU; Gallery, 10 oents; Private Boiee,5
. , . 1 1 ft f
MUl LUOI tSQOTTi Mr. P. MIRANDA and , Mr.
MAXWELL. ' '
MOTIOK. Mix Lncr Eacott baring recorered
from her indiepoiitlon, "La Bonnaubma" will be
Serformed thii erening, together with .the thrilling
rama of " Preeumptiie Evidence."
THIS EVENING, Taeidar, Pob. 14, will be per
fomianoe will commence with the grand opera, in
three acM, entitled ' '
; , IiA 60NNAMBUM. -
Amlna, Mlae Lncr Xacott : EMno, Hr. D. Miranda
Count Budulpbo, Mr. Maxwell ; Aleaalo, Mr. Br
nard i Tereta, Mra. J. Lawi i Ltaa, Mre. 0. Hearl.
Dance M......4..MiM Jennr Hlghh r
Toeonoludewlth .-a-.i - - J
PRE8DMPTITB EVIDBNCB. r
Duke Dorian, Mr. W. Carter s Pnree, Mr Vanderen
LowT. Mr. Allen) Hro Hammond, Mr. Hwitt;
Pred, Mr. Sharp; Brleu, Mr. WiUon ; Jack, Mr.
Barrett ; Jennie, Mre. Vanderen ; Nellr, Miae A.
Graham ; Tbea, Miae L. Graham : Judith, Mre.
Ulgbt; Untbleen, Mra. J. Lawa.
NoTICB. Tradeaman and there are cautioned
agalnat lurniahlng any articlea for th theater with,
out a written order, elgned br the Manager. .
TBI NKW NATIONAL HOTEL, adjoining the
Theater, la now open for the reception of gueata.
Boomi can be obtained Drue. day or weel
aaealefurnlahedatallhonra. ; , ; ..
B.'n. Pike. Proprietor ; f. B. Conway, Stage Di
rector J. V. Herbert, Treaenrer.
Paicia or Aoaitsioa. Parquette Circle, Paranetta
and Balcony, oents y Amphitheater, 26 cwntsi
Private RaxM fbr eiflht Mium. BO.
Box Office open from ID A.M. untlU P.M., where
geata oan oe aecurea. - - - ..
Doors open at t o'clock ; eommenoe at IH.
Tarewell engagement of '.
Mra. J alia Dean Hayne.
THIS IVEKINO, rebroair U, the performance
will commence with --
TUB DUKE'S WAOBB. ' '
Mad'lle Gabrlelle de Belle Tele, Mrs. Julie Dean
Hayue: Marcbloneae de Frle, Mre. Conwar: loo
de Biohelleu, Mr. Conwar ; OheTaller d'Aublgny,
Mr. Chaplin; (Jbamlllac, Mra. Pope; Marietta,
Miae Stanley, i .vfi ' (.- K" f n
To conclude With ''' - J &i , J ij
MY PRECIOUS BETSY.
Mr. Bobtail, Mr. Davidge ; Mrs. nobtall. Miae Crock.
niie rruowr , an
Wednesday evening, Shakapeare's great plar
an mfT ll 1 .U.I. VI T.. 1 1 II... n U.S..
aeiirr iu wu.t.u wu.aw .
will perform, being the hut night-but three ot her
farewell engagement. , . ,
A grand apecteomar and thrilling Drama la in act
Ire preparation, with new eoenery dreaeee, effecta,
Ac, and snatained by the entiie strength of the
MITH as NIXON'S HAII.
ONI WEEK M0HE-P08ITIVELV TBK LAST
or ItJJS OAUiiiuairiv
MIRROR OF ITALY.
TWO EXHIBITIONS -DAILY, AT
and IH o'clock each eyenlng (Ineaday erenlng
TlckeU 25 oents, or alx for tl. Children 10 cente.
Doore open in the evening at 6H o'clock. Mirror
movea at )i o'olock preclaelr. Doore open in the
afternoon at 2 o'olock; commence at 3 o'clock.
Afternoon Exhibition Iiediea' Tickets 16 cents;
Children A eenta only.
Hoiioi. The Mirror will exhibit erery areaiog
thie week, except Tueeday, when the Hall li to
occupied by the Iiibrary Aaaoclation. 'lhe Mirror
will, however, be abown Tnoaday afternoon at
o'clock, as well as eyery afternoon this week, and
poaltlTely no longer. , felSaw
ICIEST GRAND SOIREE 07 THE
Jf Central Danoing Aeaeclatlea,
AT MEL0DE05 HAIX,
On FB1DAY EVENING, febmary W,
aicaetefi A , "prMij,n.
BoBtit CoaKT, Vice-PreeiuVint. .
A, B. COLVILLB, a
Scale nuataetareva :
Mo. 41 last Beeond-etreet, between Bycaunore
Broadway, Oiaolnaatt, keeps eyery deaorlption of
Counter, Plntfbnw, Cattle, Railroad Depot,
. aad Treiek Sealeal Trat lea, ,
I reel Wetcaae, elce. .
Bepalrng done on the ahorteet notice, solea
B. KITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIH 8TBB1T, CIH01NSAT1, 0.
- KITRCDQE eV FOLSOM,
II Bi. Charles street, pew Orleans,
Ieaperters efOaaaeV rjportUa Anparataa,
. I i ASTD PBaLlM D OP POWMV ;
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
-rSaJANlIPAOTURKRS OI BAR. SHEET
1TA and Bailer Iron. Plow Blabs, Bailroat lelkes
to. Also, AgenU for the seta of lronton 8te Mails
io ma jno. is awit otwuu sum, vitpwma
1 ,'; "":Q$:-
n aw-All kls U trop made to order.1
CLEANER OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. M Ulilh-etreet, between Vine and Maoa,la
the Medloal OolUae.Oinolnnati.Oblo. Perspoawho
mar faror him with their patronage, can rely t
toaltty ana low prwee. . .: r-r.
ITloncy I JTloncy! Money
RetTd Iresa 06 Weei BUthtreier,'
TMrONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, rtW.
J-'Ja-ILKT and i
raeee ot intareil,
ci.v .Hi il klnda of klerchandlae. at
aaea of Intereil, at So. 17 Vinesitreet,
!S,fn. P. EL1AS-
alfl :We8t Fourth Strwt
Where oaa be had eTsnarUole appartaialng to
Boslnsss at a naaeh lews price, for OABH,
aas erer before been offend la tut market.
'"J I V E " U 9 A ' C A L L
BEG08 eh SMTH. Ho. Wst 4th
ARB IWW RECEIVING ADDITIONS
their large aieortment of Watohee,
ByrarwaiwMdDnda ,, ; -,----y
A Ine assortment of Plated Tea lets an
aedOaoraOlaeaie. ' -
;'; J j r.VELGVEY, ',';!,-'.
Mittf .-. i' -I WDJOS BTLDXJtS,
?0L. 2. NO. 152
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MOBNINQ, FEBRUARY 14, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
' ? TBAIH8 ABBIYB. ' "
Lrm.1 Mkan. Sight Bxpreai, :M a. w.i Aeoom
modatlon, :0O a. .; Acoommodation, 2: r. .;
S$ Kxpreaa, 6.40 r. M.
MAaarous am Oiaonnun. IhU a. at.; 1:M r.
H 1 149 AH
Ohio a'ao Miajiim.-:S9 a. .11:46 A. Utli
OiMoinriTT, Hamotoh arv Dtto. 7ttd a. a. U:0t
a. a.; i r. a.; t:M r. a. 8:M r. a. ,
MaaimA aan OraoiimaTi. 1U a. a.) :M r. a.
Bionaoao aao IantanarouA U;M a.; go r. a..
Y ",'-T I . , TBA1H8 DEPABT. "'- .
IilTAl MU.-Dar Kxpreaa, lft: 08 a. a.l Aeoom.
modatlon, AM r. a.; Might Xxpreee, 11:30 r. a.
IitDiimrotia and Cuoika.HI:MI a a.; 13:46 ,
OwaimiAn. lUMiLTna ad Dattob.-:00 k. a.; IJg
A a. 1 10:00 A, a.; r. a.l e:w r. a.; u wr. a
MiaiarrA abd OiaoiiniAi.-40 A. a.; 1:40 r. a.
BioaaosiD aio IaDiAAKLia.-4:00 A. a.; I:iO p. a.
PEN AND SCISSOR'S.
' -A lift of laliars nd life of faalneit
are two diffewnt things. ' - -' ;
"i IfS'To rididol old ngaUto poarcold water
Id tho bd vatra yon mu ileep. . i 1 ;
Qallt or grief li All thai graclone goal
get by eommnnloa with vait lOnia.' . t ;
rt The personality of the decerned his
torian, Maoaulay, is sworn nnaei su(uuw.
- The shoemakers of Linn. Mass.. are
disoussing the propriety of striking for higher
pr juaroua uanner, a uoriuaa garueusr,
committed gnicideon Tuesday, at Hagerstown,
Maryland. , , , s-
. -Eudfo who! with" Orslni, attempted the
atiasainauon or : Aapoieon in neoruary, aojo,
hag escaped from cayenne.
ptk Chariwtri hu been started at Berlin,
one of the main elements of which, it is stated,
it "a harmless socialism! '
. a-Lord K'edesdaTe has written a sixpenny
disquisition, entitled "Further Thoughts on
Vnvllak Pmand." - X ' --' t,t f
A neirro boT. hnlonirln to A. R. RW
ste, In Essex Conntf, Va., was instantly killed
reoently by the faiung or a tree. ' ? t S -j
jVFive,vesielt arrived at New Orleans
recently from Janeiro, with coffee, their tar-
goes reaching, in the aggregate, ,vuv nags,
V"The moat holy men are always the
most hvmblo men; none go humble on earth
as those that life highest in heaven.
-The London Homing Chronic!, lonig
Napoleon's paid organ, is said to be edited by
Some degree of comfort follows every
good notion i as heat accompanies fire; as
r J a i f. .1. .
oeome auu iuuneuoiw ibbuv irviu iiuv iiuii
'A 1 1. 1 L ' T 1 1 - Ti H M
A lemejie onmui-eater, uua fanum,
died recently In the Pitsbarc jail. She had
been for some years a connrmea vagrant.
e9The Virginia Legislatnre. have pasted
a bill declaring an amnesty to all persons who
were engaged in duels previous to January iv,
ar A female named Sarah Hndgins came
toner death, In Norfolk, Vs., the other night
by taking an overdose oi laudanum. k '
fi&" A man named Louis Stanbe commit
tedsuicide In Birmingham, Penn, the other
day, by drowning nimtoii. : :
K0f Thirty-four cento wag contributed at
thopostomce at uarnsourgenn., auringtne
month or Jannary, to aid in tne construction
of the Washington Monument. '
'0S"Om hearts carry the greatest stroke in
every sin. Satan can never nndo a man with
out himself; but a man may easily undo him
self without BStan.
jgBl-'Lientenant Hagen.UnltedStateg Army.
is to be presented with a sword br the citizens
of Sen Antonio, Texas, for his services against
the Indiana. . ;. , ,;.
flThe Boston itfas lavs it is believed
that small-pox prevails to a greater extent
throughout New England at the present time,
than for any period for the past nneen yean.
XB" Dr. Kane's panorama of hie Arotia
... M I-.'- . JnM
eirpeaiuon, ana uia lauioua xiBijuiiiiauA uun,
"Etah," were sold in Nsw York, last week,
for $28i. The panorama cost ss,guu. .
' A woman named Doitrioh, wife of
German doctor, died at Hagerstown, lid., en
Monday, from injuries received by her oiotb.es
a- M. Amedee Thierry, jutt raited to the
dignity of Senator, Is the younger brother
tne niswnaa Augueuu xuierrj, wnu ana,
1858.. . . '
tigf la SU Paul. Minn., there are in oon
thement two men for the brutal murder
their wives, and one woman soon to be exe
cuted for huiband-murder. '
. -A riot of a serious nature, and -one
likalv to Msult In the death of a
named Dorgan, occurred at Homewood Far'
nace,ln Pennsylvania, recently., ,-. v ,N
pfk pious bid gentleman told nil son
to go, under any eirramstancet, a fiihlng
the Sabbath; but if he did, fry til man
bri$hmo thtUh. ;t , ; t, '
,T- Stephens, who is serving a term
imrjrisonment in the nenltentiarv at Montreal,
Canada, has just fallen heir to a fortune
f400,OUQ.. . :. J- :;,:
9 It is thought that a large quantity
flax WUI oe cuiuvarau in maaaaoaaeetHB Dur
ing the, oomlng season, to manufacture
cloth. . .. . , : ,..,.,':, . ;
rA cot named Friend Eorton. aged
teen, is confined tn the Troy (N. Y.) Jail,
. . . I t W ,V T TT L
tne cnarKe OI oiuruorui j maruia v anv nvreun,
a child (onr years oia, ,., Jt .,. ..
p&'k Leipiio publisher has brought out
new work in Frenoh.br the well-known
Qolovine, Autocrat Butte, a series of chapters
on the leading phenomena of political
gooial lilelnttUMia. -
' B" Recently a young girl, named
about fourteen years of age, residing in Ham
ilton. Canada West, committed wields
ahooling herself with a pistol, on acoonnt
love. wu .u .... Af ..-;.. 'i. Lv vy
'The Countess of STewburg 1 now
oldest member of the titled British axistoo
mew. She hu iust entered her ninety-ninth
year, and her tight and memory are but
slightly impaired. - r
' Niw Yoik Tsiimsit Hocau.
were in Now York, at the lut enunciation,
560 tenement houses, containing, by
count, 10,933 families, or about 66 person
eaoh. ui tnet numan uvea, xvo nan
inmates each. 71 had 140 each. had
iihuenrdlna' to th average.
' -mm . c;
A Yum Brmmanon. In June last
lawn-east Yankee purchased a lot of salmon
at a trifling price, and by a peculiar process,
daily applied, kept th Ash frown until a
. . . . I. - 1 . A. XT - Vm1
aay Since, wnen oe eeu vuw hw uw
where th fish found a ready marktt at
cnt per pound.
8n AooiBT. A Mr. Good, la Rochester,
H. Yn rolled chUd, slok offerer, in blankets,
and laid It bv the stove. While she Went
neighbor'.' The quilt took fire, burning
ho in a frightful manner.
A Tpio op Cuuoos DwAiPS-Throo gurloni
gpeoimeni of rtunted 'humanity aro Jait bow
creating quite aj furore, in Parisian drawing
roomi, whore tney appear w me utonuumeni
of private oirolet, though thor hare as yet
givea bo rmbllo exhibition of their persona
aad talents. ThMe Lilliputianj leave Bar
naul's ex-protege, Tom Thumb, quite In the
bsokgronnd; ana. one ot ine -giones pi
America as having given birth to the smallest
of men, Is departed. v The three dwarfs now
in Paris are respectively of Italian, Austrian
and Hungarian origin. . jony raeaairrea
thirty Inohes in height, and is, like the
"lallyer-boy" of the songy "only nineteen
years old.', , Vonderlioh is twenty-five, and
olaims thirty one inohes, and noeoio is oi tne
same age, with the disadvantage of possessing
three Inches more than hhv Austrian rival.
None of them Ispeak French, but they sing
French gongs with German words, whioh does
almost as wall. These little fellows art not
in the least deformed, art full of gaiety and
an capital aotors. -' .'. i - ; ,, K ;
A Dishokest Teiox or Pawkbsoksbs Soma
of the pawnbroker in New York have re
cently started a new gam by whioh to victim
ise speculator in tiokets lor articles pisagsa.
They get aooomplice to pledge galranUed
watab.es worth about fithe iind sold by
"Peter Funk" auctioneers for $34 or $40, as
would appear on the ticket, but actually giv
ing on them but the trilling amount of $5 or
$8. The tloket holders tlins acting in concert
with the pawnbroker, start off in seeroh of
some one who will purobase the ticket by giv
ing them a trifle more man tne turn menuoneo
on the osrd. Purchasers of suoh tickets,
knowing that pawnbrokers seldom advance
more than one-lourin oi wnat mo aruoie
pledged it worth, think they hare made a
good speculation, but, after getting possession
of the artiole, And themselves vlotimixed. .
SiHOTUn Ivmtiob. There Is a firm in
Troy, N. Y., who make cards for rubbing
down horses, and a entailer sise for combing
the hair of negroes. Strange aa It may seem,
thus hnraa earda are found to be the belt
thing oat for smoothing the wool oi slaves,
and they are shipped to the South in large
untitle lor tnat purpose. - -j.no urn is u
tilling an order for 20,000 to go to Nev Or
leans. They are ornamented with a pictorial
label, renreaentlns two darkies, eaoh with a
card In nil or her band, preparing for the
toilet. .v . v : :
it. . -m ... . V. ..,, O.m nl
theGerman journals announce seriously that a
oompany of English capitalists have made an
application to toe King of Naples for a con
cession for the extinction of Vesuvius. The
nrincioal seat of the fire of that volcano it
situated several tbouiand feet below the level
of the sea. By catting a canal which, would
carry the water Into the crater, the fire would
heoomDletelv extinguished, and the operation,
which would oost oniy two million oi trance,
wonld restore to cultivation land of ten times
that value. '- 1 ''
Litbhart. Sir Edward Bulwer Lrtton has
returned onoe more to poetry. - The poem of
St. Stephen; (to be completed in three parti)
which open tne correal unmoor oi jaiacmooa,
is ascribed to the author of the Nev Timon and
mat Will Hi Do With Itf The tale of iVor-
'Sioeloir. In Blackwood. Is, we believe.
from the pen of Prof. Aytoun, and the paper
on the Voyage of the Fox from that of Capt.
Sherard -usborn. ttw.
Tbrii PiHSoita DunoYtD it a dog. A
French newspaper, the Journal de Chartret,
relate a terrible affair : A dog, through whote
note some unfeeling wretch had driven a long
and sharp nail, became so furious from pain,
that he attackea ana bit almost every one
with wham he came In contact. Of ten persons
bitten, three are already dead, and some of
the others are so leariuuy lsjurea tnat tneir
recovery is not probable.
A McasuM Man's Coaiosnr. A well'
dressed gentleman, who attended the execu
tion in new xork or utepnens, tne wue-poi-
soner, was detected shortly afterward in an
attempt to steal the culprit's boots. The
guilty person excased the act by asserting that
he was tne possessor ot a museum, ana aesuea
to add the boot to his list of onrtoiitief.
EunizzLsiiiHT i TBI South. A cashier
and book-keeper In a Charleston (S. 0.) home
baa abiconded. after having embeziled $2,000
to $4,000, which, it Is alleged, he squandered
on a wanton who feigned an elopement with
him, vent a far as Brancnvuie, ana men
eluded htt victim by taking a return train
tne city. - - - - - .
A Nxoao Mikbtiil Sold roi a Slav.
The Galveston (Texas) Aeui says that Joseph
Vincent Swart, a free Octoroon, who came
that eitv a a performer in a negro minstrel's
band, hu been sold under the law of that
State for six months. It 1 not probable that
be will ever regain hi freedom.
A Baltihoib Pouoi Bill. The Baltimore
"Polloe Bill," just passed the Senate, hu
following amendment, auaonea: "insi
Black Republican or aympathiter of that
party, or indorser of the Helper Book, or ap
prover tnereoi, snail do appointed as a ptiuue-
r . t 91 U ...
man unaer tne eeiu. jjui.
Opinio Littiu il Paiii. American
Parle are eomolainina that their letters
opened in the French postoffices. One gentle
man found money for a milliner's bill sent
his address It was the lnolosure from a Lon
don lady' placed by mistake in hi envelope
by the offiolalfl.
A Faiiioiaili Faiuio. Judge Qould
stated, one day last week in open court,
Tror. New xorr. tnat ne naa tnat morning
received six application for divorce, on
ground of adultery. One would think that
morals of the Third Judicial District were
trogradlng. - - -
Tna Maim DirAiOAVioi. It Is stated
in addition to the $04,000 which the State
Maine ha been defrauded of by its lata Treat
nrar. Elder Peak, the sum of $70,000 has
foand to be owed bv him outside of hi
to the State, beside what may not
b matured. - - .
Yooxo Aatnaican AmrsinHT. Some Young
AmaHsans in LIbertv. Indiana, took It
their reads, a few day since, to give
school-teacher a ducking, because ne
mfueed tn treat them donna the holidays,
had to pay jure dollar apiece fbr their part
Aar AatafliiM Will. The artesian well
Cnlnmbns. Ohio, hu reached a depth of
thousand three hundred and twenty-eight
feet, and (till no water. Th boring 1 disoon-
tinned, U the runai are exnauiwa iui
present. " : .
A Vionrr Nint. The Infant recently
lented to her loyal lubjectt by th Queen
Spain has been obritenea, ana reosivta
less tnan Sixty-one names noun uua
of a royal house could bear" such a btptitmal
weight. '-;' - .- -u
' An Aotaass Uiuiiov-It la ' itated
Miu Tannw Morant. the actress, wu married
on Sunday, the 29th nit., by the Rev.
Bellow, of All Souls' Church, New York,
Mr, Chart fmitb, f Warn. Rhode
BxTBAORDIIAIT EI0V Or II ElKTHQCAKg
oi am AarasiAR Wall. The Charleston Mer
cury says: The most significant phenomenon,
If it can be attributed to the earthquake, oo
eurred at the Artesian well. It Is well known
that the city has been tubing the well with
ten and a half inch iron pipes., On the Slat
day of last March this tubing had reachtd
the depth of eight hundred and ten feet be
low the surface, and there It hu line re
mained. The exoavatioa or boring, six in
ohes in diameter, had been previously carried
down to a depth of nine hundred and thirty
feet - The utmost resources of the mechanics
have been expended in endeavors to remove
the obstruction ana sink tne tubing further,
bat ail in vain. Platforms have been erected,
and large amounts of iron and wood, weighing
several tons, have repeatedly been placed
npon it, but it would not and did not settle
tne breadth oi a hair. . un xnnrsaay, during
the aftataoon, previous to the earthquake, the
tubing eommenoed settling, very slow at first,
and then, with a perceptible slide, the upper
end, whioh had projected about four feet
above thej surface of the ground, disappeared,
leaving the superincumbent weight, which
had beed resting noon it alt day, upon the
ground. After removing the rubbltb, and
sounding; for the top ef the tubing, it was
round to nave gone aown a aistanoe ei tnmy
Tbiiluio Aoiiitom oi hi Ic. On
Monday latt a party of gentlemen visited the
bsv for die purpose of seeing the Indian and
other fish for trout. - About two o'clock some
Of the ptrty observed a singular motion of the
ice. it appears r were wu m strong cur
rent In the water, but an examination dis
oloaed the fact that the ic npon which they
were standing had parted between them and
tne snore, ana tnat tner were rapiair noeting
into Lake Huron. They at once put their
horse in motion to find some point where they
could get to the main land, bat could find no
tuon vise, in the mean tune tner were go
ing very rapidly, the wind blowing a gale
from the shore. Their situation was very
dangtrous, both as regard the danger of the
breaking np of tne ice upon whion they were,
and the severe oold; great excitement existed
at Bar Oltv among the inhabitant generally,
and many plans for their relief were talked of
and eanvassed. They Coated some fourteen
miles, when one end of the loe fortunately
? grounded on Squaw Point. They made a rush
or the shore after first getting off their horse
and sleighs. The Ice was mnoh broken, and
they had to travel tome distance over separate
eakes u reacn tne snore. ausc oaf maw vour.
Tbi ACTHOaiss or "Bsulah." A writer in
the New Orleans Delta thus describes a liter
ary lady: Miss Angutta Evens is of a Georgia
family, but a Mobilian. Her father wu
merchant engaged in the cotton business, who
died last year a man universally esteemed
for his, probity, basinet talent, and Intelli
gence. I Mils Evans is not more than three
and twenty, if she b that. She hu a fine
and rather commanding figure, though not
too tall; with an air of truly feminine grace.
Her brow is expansive, and her dark eyes ex
pressive of genius and feeling. She is natural,
unaffected, with a vary warm-hearted smile,
and social without absorbing conversation,
She does not betray the authoress, nor hu
particle of the manner of "I-wish-every bodj'
Mis Evans is a transoendentaliat, judging
from ber book. She has faith in the Carlyle
theories of spiritual development, and In the
soul working out its own destiny from love
virtue. Independent of revelation. Those who
knowner best, say that the mental conflict
through which Beulah and vt. uartweii
luted is but the transcript of her own Intel
actual and moral experience. At a sculptor
of character out of the hard marble of human
ity, shs ia hardly inrpused,
Two EnipaiD Piopli Poisomd iv Flow.
A verv singular account is given in the Fond
da Lac (Wis.) Preia, of how a great number
people of the towns of jrorest ana mtsrsnneia
leve been attacked with strangs pains in the
stomach and boweli, which wat supposed
be a kind of epidemio, until it wu discovered
that the miller who does the custom-work
the neighborhood, under the impression that
the grooves in his miu-stonu were too aeep,
wu tn tne practice oi lining tuem up wiin
preparation of white lead, and when it wore
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or oam ont, oi reuiung aa ooaaaiou rriiuireu.
Some of the flour hu been brought to Fond
du Lac to be analysed, and it hu been found
to contain a considerable quantity of lead.
Theie is no doubt among the people of that
tectlon that their sioKnesa was causea ey
use ot this poisonsd flour. No let than from
150 to 200 persons hav been affected by eat
ing the flour. Rumor are that not one
yet died whose death could be distinctly traced
to that cause, though many are very tick,
came near to death' deor, who will probably
A Rironii Disooinitru Diviii Sibtioi.
An amusing, though not very decorous, scene
took place a tew unnaays since, at tne vnuroa
of Oolton, a little village near Rugeley,
Staffordshire, England. Mr. HorsfaU, M.
and the Rev, A. Beaton, rector of the parish,
have been at war for aomt tune past, ana
rector having- on former occasions spoken
aqalnst his opponent from the pulpit, a short
hand writer wu sent la to report the Rev. gen
tleman' word. The olergyman toon oaught
sight of th pencil and paper, and protested
against the reporter's presence, desiring
church warden to remove him. This
churchwarden had no power to do, and
reporter declined to go. The result wu
the olergyman broke off the service, and
marking on the conauot or persons wno
neither enter into the kingdom of Heaven
themselves nor allow other people to
there," dismissed the congregation. - :
How Hiiit CiiAT OariissD a Nioxiam.
Th Hon. Henry Otay wu denominated
Eight K' by a coterie of wsgs in Washington,
while that gentleman wu a member of
Senate. He acquired this title thust A
tleman sitting in the gallery of the
Chamber, during an Interesting debate, wished
to point out Mr. Clay to his friend, a
who sat. oesiae mm, witnous aisturoing
House, and wrote npon a card thust The
tleman to the left of the Dpeaaer, in
kolored koat with krimson kollar, Is
Klay, member of Kongross from Kentucky,
A YorjVHrcL BuHor. From a biographical
sketch in the Cork JFxomtaer, we learn
the - newly-consecrated - Catholio Bishop
Mobilej.l only in the thirty-fourth year of
are. He is a natire of Cloyne, Ireland;
menoed hi ecelesiMtioal studies in
in 1847, and completed them at mmittsburg,
Md., where he wu ordained priest in 163.
Th PltTIW IX TBI LiTI CBIOiaoSOARDAI..
Th name of the husband dishonored is I.
Bnroh, formerly a resident of Little Falls,
T.: the wile is an adopted aaugnter or Jtrutu
Corning, ef Albany. Th lawyer's name
Paniel Btewart, a prominent personage
Chicago, its is the Insurance agent, whose
ll not yet made known." ,. . , ,.
Oairo BiLLliao TociifAMMT. The
engaged in getting p ' grand world'
of billiard player, to meet in
York elty nut may, nave naa a oatn or
water thrown npon their plan by the
Of Mon.' P. O. Berger, the great
player, to come here uuet he il secured
lean inn u t,vvv,
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' WAimiSTOR, February 13. There ft relia
ble Information from Vera Crus that General
D Qalledo hu been appointed Secretary ef
Foreign Affairs, to serve during the absence
of Mr. Ocampo, who is expected to arrive here
In the course of this week on a specisl mis
sion from the Constitutional Government, and
more especially to arrange such details of the
McLean Treaty as were left to th Executive
authorities of both Governments, Inoludipg
the designation of price through which mer
chandize from th United States may either
pasa free or at such rates of duty ae oar own
Congress may impose, and alio to arrange th
meant by which the boundary of the Rio
Grande shall be better protected, and perions
guilty of crimes oommltted on either tide pun
The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations,
decided lut week to report on the treaty, but
the bill was referred, In order to obtain the
opinion of Republican Senators, some of whote
votes are necessary for its ratification., Nearly
all the Democratic Senators are already in
faror of It. The explanations which will be
made by Mr. McLean and others, at to the
actual legal status of the Juarss Government,
must, It Is confidently ascertained, hav th
effect or removing toe objection whion r
now interposed. The Indications u to the
ratification of the treaty are, as claimed by its
friends, more favorable than otherwise.
A letter, dated London, from a distinguished
lource, sars the features of th treaty, at pub
lished, have produced a good feeling among th
merchants and bankers of England, who re
gard it u promising an improvement in busi
ness in Mexico, by th restoration of peace.
Mr. Wjke, the new British Minister, goes
there with full instructions, and the executive
authorities at Vera Cms are still confident
that the Liberal Government will soon be re
cognized by England.
Whoa the United State steamer Brooklyn
left Vera Crus, a report prevailed that Mira-
mon wu fitting out an expedition against
that city; but there wu also, on the contrary,
another itory that he wa on hi way to
Jalaps, to aaoertaln what kind ot a compro
mise he could effect with the Constitutional
ists, finding that th Church party now oppose
. The Herald' t Washington " correspondent
says the Republican Congressional Executive
Committee, at their srst meeting, lut nignt,
voted ananimouily to dtollna the offer ot Mr,
Defrees. sent to their caucus, to pay them one
half of the nett proceeds of the Home printing.
Thit is another rebuff to the Weed and Wen
dell oliqne. . , : ' '
The House Committee on Printing have
awarded the eontract for binding to ueorge
Alexander, or Worcester county, a. I.
H. D. Cooke, of the Ohio State Journal.
There are a oompany of gentlemen now
here who are ready to make a proposition to
Congress to carry the entire English mails of
the United States, provided the franking priv
ilege is abolished, for the revenue arising
therefrom. The company 1 abundantly able
to perform th work. Should the Cranking
privilege be abolished, there are a number of
member wno car resolutions already pre
pared abolishing th whole fostomoe system
and allowing the mails to ' be oarrled by pri
veto enterprise, or in the tame manner that
exnrets matter Is now carried. .
Mr. Vallandlgham to-day gave notice of his
intention to introduce the Homestead Bill, and
to increase the appropriation for arms, Ac,
for militia, from $zuu,uvu to ouu,uu.
- Mr. Enowlton, ex-member of Congresi
from Maine, ha been appointed bv Door
keeper Marston, Superintendent of the House
folding-room, with a salary of $1,800.
It is reported that J. E. Jones, of Kanias,
formerly of New York, 1 to flu the vacancy
occasioned by the death ef Colonel Moore in
the Leocmpton Land.umc.
Niw York, February 13. The Trilune'i
Wuhiniton correspondent save:
The official orders have not been issued, but
it is decided to withdraw all our troop from
Utah, with th exception of one regiment, and
matter them principally over New Mexico and
Arisona, in range of the posts. from El Paso to
Fort Yuma. If this policy be carried out the
transportation to Utah will be reduced irom
600.000 poundi annually to 100.000.
The weekly statement of the Treasury shows
the amount subject to arait 4u,ui,73u; re
ceipts $110,409,660; drafts paid $123,160 62;
draft istued $103,483,695, In addition totb
above amount, which amount is subject
drsft the Treasury hu $600,000 from the sale
of loan, to receive $2,600,000 in Treasury
notes capable of reissue.
The Postoffioe Appropriation Bill will draw
about $6,600,000 out of the Treasury proper,
leaving it a margin of $,6000,000 with present
means, and $4,000,000 out of funds on deposi
tories, subjeot to th order of the Postmaster
Judge M. F. Conway, Representative elect
under the Wyandotte Constitution, arrived
here from Kansas yesterday, and will testify
before the Investigating Committee some day
tbi week. Mr. Conway says that there it
favnr amreiiad in Eansai to the proposed
change of boundary of the State. He says
that the Territorial Legislature, now In session
at Lawrence, will nnite with tbt Wyandotte
In memorializing Congress from immediate
admission with . the Constitution at it now
stands. . v'
From New Orleans.
Niw Oiliaiis, February 13. Uamer
Ariuma, from Rio de Janeiro December
hu arrived. She bring $70,000 in spools.
Coffee firm. Flour dull; quotations nom
inal. Freights dull. Cotton Sales to-day
16,000 bales, at unchanged rates. Whisky
ssjTMBu. Exchange on London. 8!(Sl9Vi
cent., and with bill of lading, 1
cent premium. Bxohang on Hew Horn,
sixty days, zwg&y per cen. uiauount,
at aisbt. UGAL ner cent, ditconnt. .
We are in receipt of Brownsville date
th fith., The steamer Sanchero bad
Bred npon by the Mexicans. They also
uoon Col. Forbes' rangers. He returned
Are, and crossed to Mexico in pursuit. : , .
"BiwiMoia, February 13-Th trial
was concluded at Charleston, en Friday
evening. After an able detense by Air. ureen,
the case wu submitted .to the jury, and
Court adjourned till Saturday, when the
rendered a verdict of murder in the first
The prisoner received the announce
ment with the tame indifference that hat
acterized hi eonduot throughout tn trial.
Arrival of the Etna.
flinnr Htoc. February 12-8 P. M.
terew tta earner JEtna, from Liverpool on
28th nit.,. 1 elf tbi point. With Liverpool
papers of the cam date u by th Canada,
Illvms or, A Soubrtot. Paul Akers,
well-known American sculptor, is lying
HI with hemorrhage of th lungs,
Lyons, lu France. Theobeetof hit European
tour wu to visit Italy and execute an
from Mr. Belmont, of New York, for a
.(.m. nf the lata Commodore M. O.
hi father-in-law, to t piacsa in 'inirai
Park. ' y--'
Dasriono bv MATonss. A HtUe girl
about two year, daughter of Own Raieh,
Euton, Penn., died the other day from
ing tatea tn topi et two er wree aw
. . .. -.!. , ..il uM -: :
bates op adveetieing
AdmUaamenU net exceeding In Unoi CAgaf nnr
One Ineertkm. J3 1 One week........41 on
Two wrtii lg, I One month.......... i 0
Larger ndrerttaaBentt Ineertod at the followllig rate
.f turequanwi ununesevuee: -
: One huartloa..
In all tta braacheelone with
Wheeler & Wilson's
u ... , f HIV,'.! J I" ,.. ,-
( i V If1'!' ' $ VV ,'
h, M J-1 tali,,. !.:.;:
aatrtrhiTr i i. p :
Principal Ofdea, Ma. It West Ponrth-el.,
PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE,
WE OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE
WbaYer A Wllaon Sewing Machine, with Im
portant iniga-oveiiaente, and to meet the demand for
a good, low-priced family Machine, have Intro
duced a KIW BTTLK, working upon the earn prin-.
clple, and making the aame atlteh, though not eo
blgnir nnteaea, at vir-rx-rivti uui.i.ait,
THa aIaouoo. ihm. BOUMlMwneea and iiBDlloitv
the Machine, the beantr and etrength or etltcb, being;
ALIKE ON BOTH BIDKMmpoaalble to ravel, and
on tue nnuer aiae. tua
UbllltT to the tblokeet
iMT.nf bo ohftiQ or rldoe on the under aide, tfaa
of thread and adaatabllitv to the thickset
or th in neet fabrics, haa rendered this the moetauo
ceeaful and popular Vasallr Sewing Machine now ,
At onr varloua offices we tell at New York price,,
and give inatruotlona free of charge, to enable pnr- .
chaeers to eew ordinary eeama, hem, fell, quill,
gather, bind and tnek, all on the same maehlue, and
warrant It for three rears.
Sena or can ior a circular containing idu panicu
late, prioee, testimonial!, Ac
janar win. buhah c
Goal Cooking Stove ! U
Baa beea pronounced broompetent Jodgee to be th - 1
BEST COAX COOKIMG-8TOVE
9ix sizbs ! ;;; ;;
. ' j Patented Dec."!, .858. ;-. ri,
for sale br the Inventors and Mwnfactarsrs,
ADAF.18 & PECKOVER
NOVELTY IRON FOUNDERY,
No. 333 Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
' dolt .
Manufactory, Covington, &j , .,. ,
WASII0i78Ep - - CINClMiTI, 0
N. 90 Bast CoUmblwtreet.r
MANUFACTTJRB AND BTTmi TH1
trade at the moat reasonable prices and on the
moat accommodating terms with. , ; .- , ;
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.;
For Oil, Fluid or Coal Oil,
AND TUB COAL OIL DBODORIZBD.
K. a.-Jniiea'a Imnroved Lamps and Buruera tt
sale b our agent, J. BKLLKK3,CovlngtoB,Kj. .
FOR BURWNft AND LUBRICATING, :
I Free from Offenaive Odor, at 1 ',
! isro- &7
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O.
WK INVITH A COMPARATIVK TRI
- AL with any mannfaoturlug establishment
aver w. warrant onr Oils to be eaual. If not sees.
rlor.toanr In the market,
mr We invite thoee In the eitr and vlclnitr to
oall and esanrlne for themaelrwe. ..
assy Ho peraona ordoring from a distance, satis,
faction guaranteed In all caaee. Address
. tj, sc. UAinini Ajsenr, or
' A.O. IIODOEH, freaairer, -
1 Kanawha o'o.M.Oil Man. Oo., ..
ttl ' V Walnnt-et,wiet. Clnclnnptl- '
No. S78 MAIN-STREET,
BIT WISH SIXTH AHA 8CVKNTUV
Manufacturer and Importer of , . . . .
Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy Goods .
WHIOH I WILL SELL CHEAPER
than anv other eatabliahment In the city or
WeatjOonntrr and oity. Merchants and drnggiete
will find It to their internet to oall and examlno mjr
stock before pnrcbaalng elaewhere, ja
i; THE PALMER
CORNER OP MIAMI. CANAL ANb
TH1BD-8TUIKT, Olncinnatt, Ohio, are manm
faetarlag Urgely. Falmer'e oelebrawU Hydraulic,
roroe ana uiif ruaip. auu. uu nil" w.-.w
Knginee. All thoee who are about to pnrabaaa
Pil for v.naai-tea. BrAwetrtefl. Ill
lerti Dry Docks Paper mill Kallrwad
'aoaTfor svnypurpoe where a pump Is needed, will
And It to th.lr adTantace to oall and aee the work
lDg of them valuable Inventions, or addreoa the
PAliAlailt ruaar uunrani iora circoimr, woiun
ill furnish the namee of many Who hav need thee
rowafi winn ponoCT eeuavon. . awinn
BADDLftY TBUNK AND,
Wi Itlalntrwtt, three eteore above Third,
WriBP ON" AND AND MAM TO OE
Ms, nil all k nda ef Horat Tramlnca. In t
and moat aubetantlal manner. Abb, a large
mantot noree niaaera, naipi, uairnnwaa i
Baca, Bridle Bite, Baffalo Bobee, .Valli
DKB all k nda ef Bore Trappings, In the beat
ither). Mall Trunka, Baonge, and a large a.
ortment beloauitaatoi- thla Una. A will aeU aa low
as the lowest.
all aee (the-reel
1 U. S. CAE2ICK
BooFii.it i uuot irfcT
rTIHR OUTCAI.T bTjASTIC he
Tf.T.10 ROOrlNQ" la nff.red to th mblto
aethekwstend ehaapeat Hetal Koornow need, Its
merlte tested bv an exeerleooe of rears In this olty
and vlclnitr. Applied to flat or uwa.old of new
bolluings. no eoraer oaea wieiipa ocareif wiw
Ont eiposwr e to the notion ef th element!.
rreparea a neeae, noxea w auipwvH. w w
the United State, can be arvlied by any .on wit
erduwrr meakaitleal skiU.- tMmvomji ailed.
VBUirwaiuai m W
111 WestSeoond straat,
M. BCTJDDKR, M. J.. Profeesor of The-
orrand Practice of Medicine In the Eclectla
hfedleal Instltnte, (tree special attention to tb
treatment of OHBOBIO DIBKaSKS. OBce. 17
Vlnetreet, Beat fourth. VHioe hour 10 A. at. to
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