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ST II EATER.
Cornor r Birth tad Thin- itrwt. j f .
John A. IlUUr, r., tola Managtr end tana.
PBi8M0PAaii Dra 01rola4 ParQMtta,
Montf)0allaT.Xant, . , ' (
Coariopon rt tXnrtAln rtwatTH e'dot.!. v
Third night of thatolebntod IrUh OomtdUn and
Who will appear In twjrat parU.
TBfS BYBKIKlJ, Ftruarr IS, will bo prmenUd
tha admirable somedr i( .. , ,
M ' IflH IRIffl ATT0ENET) i i I . i,
. On, Oaliwai Paior ion.
Fiarca O'Sara, with mnf, Mr. Oolllni; Tlaldlng,
Mr. Hall: Cbarlcota, Mr. Bead. . -
To ba followod by tha Unihable eotnadr aalltd
.7 . HIS LAST LEGS.
O'Catlaban, with aongii Mf, OolUnii Birari, Tiihor;
To oonolnde with tha lanable tana oalUd . " '.' I
HIPPED IN tHB BUD. ' 1 ' '
rtrdinaad Benaerade, Mr. Bad; Madam Qaloehard,
Mlia Jannr Dunham. ' - y ' -
JAT I ONAIiTHE ATE r".
John Batn, Proprietor and JUnafar ; W. B. Irwin,
AiiTsaATioa or Tim Boon open at 7j Curtain
rlMa at X salt 7. araoiaolr.
FucHof ADaiMioM.-DMMCliola aBd PaMiiattj.
60 cents : FamilrVI cla,2S canta iOokirad Bozatito
Mill LTJOY K80OTT, Mr. P. M1BAHDA and Mr.
rirat appearand otMlMM ABU IBTIHO, v
THIB XTBNIN9, W.daendar, Fab. IS, th rater.
tainment will oommtno with tho'UMra of
GUK MANJSERINt. .t,n
Col. Mannering. Mr. Bwlft; Dominie Bampion, Mr.
Allen: Dirk Hatterack, Mr. Vandenn Gilbert
Olomfo, Mn Bernard) Daodia Dinmonl. Mr. W.
Uarter; Henry Bertram, Mr. D. Miranda: Bailie
Muoklethrift, Mr. Ulgbt: Sebaatlan, Mr: 81tItij
Oabriel, Mr. J. Maxwell; Meg Slerrllff-, Mn. Tan.
deren; Julia Manneriag, Miu Lncr Kioott; Lmf
Bertram. Miu A. Graham: Mr Oandlth, Mr.
Iaws; Flora, MiM li. Grai&m; Olpar Girl, M!a
Mill Jenny Bight.
To conolnda with the Hootch drama of ' '
THE WARLOCK Of THE GLEN. "
Hathew, Mr. W. Carter; Olanronald, Mr. Tanderen;
Adelbart, Mill 8mltb: Andrew, Mr. Allen; Bandle,
Mr. C. Henri; Mardook, Mr. BltTln; BnthTen, Mr.
Wilion: Donald. Mr. Barrett; Allen, Mr. Sharp;
Ad.la, Mita Maria Inlng;I0aiUnMlMLOrahaia.
NOTIOB. Tradeaman and other are cautioned
gainst fnrnlgliing any artlole for the theater with,
out a written order, elgned by the Manager.
THB UKW NATION Ali liOTSL, adjoining th
Theator, is now open for the reception of gneate.
Boom can ba obtained by tha day or week, and
meals fnrnlehed at all hear. - -
8. N. Pike. Proprietor lF. B. Oonway, Btg Dl
rector J. t. Herbert, Treasurer,
Paioxa or AvaiMioa. Paniuetia Clrole, Parqaatle
and Baloony, (0 cents t Amphitheater, tt cent;
Prf Tate Hoim for eiffht nenons. SH.
Box Onto open from 10 A. M. nntll 4 P. M.. where
eeata can oe teenrea.
Doors open at oH o'clock! commence ef 7X. '
Last week of the distinguished actress '
IrUs. Jollk Dean Hayue. " '
J FIBBl SlflUT OF " HKNBT TIII.". '0 ,
THIB BVIHINO, Febraary It, will be pretented
ntEg&faj vi.. :
Queen Katherin. Mn. Julia Dean Hayne; Cardinal
Wolsey, Mr. Conway; King Henry VIII, Mr.
Bheridani Dnka of Norfolk, Mr. Lanagan; Lord
Handt , Mr. Davldge ; .'ardinal Uampeios,- Mr.
Templeton; Oromwell, Mr. Chaplin; Anna Bolyn,
(her Brat appearano,) Mlaa Hunter; Lady Danny,
Mm. FUce: Patience, (with eong of "Angel liver
uiiuiutt iwr, ; urn vnniu. aiviu. uui.
VishopSr Sotilemen, Guard, boldirs, Priests, b'
eotttionen.Ao. . . . . -' ; -it
Light and lair,",) Kiss (Jrocstr iiora. iiaaies,
To oonolude with th langbablv faro called., j'tii
-j IHl BA20M BOY.
Mr. Dabiter, Mr. Darldge; Fanny. Miss Proctor;
Bally, Mr. Place.
A grand spectacular and thrilling Drama 1 In act
ive preparation, with new ce1rery dresses, effect,
Ac., and sustained by th entli itrsngth. of th
MITH NIXON'S UAIiiL.
ONI WXBK MORE-POSITITETjT THI LAST
OF TUB MAGNirlOANT
MIRROR OJr ITALY.
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY, AT
and IX o'olook each erening (laesdsy STening
Ticket IS cent, or six for $1. Children 10 cents.
Door open in the evening at tX o'clock. Mirror
move at 7X o'clock precisely. Door open in th
afternoon at 3 o'clock; commence at 8 o'olock.
Afternoon Exhibition Ladies' Ticket IS cents;
Children Scents only. .
Norton. The Mirror will exhibit every erening
this week, except Tuesday, when the Hall is to
occupied oy the Library Association. 'J he Mirror
will, however, be shown Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock, a well as every afternoon this week, and
.ltilv nnlAMm. - f.lftAW
IR8T GRAND SOIREE, OF
Central Dancing; Aaeooiatlaa. ' -'
, AT MELODEON HAM,,
On FBIDAT IVE81M0, February 17, I860.
, ' i .... G BABIES C0BBTV President,
Boiuit CWr, Vice-President. felSe
a n rrvt tttt t ts
vJXt JO VVAI V A.AJAJ-CI.
Scale IHaaafstetartr. 'v
No. 41 Bast Second-rtreet, between Sycamore
Broadway, uinounau, keep every aeeoripiion oi
Ceanter, Plntform, Cnttle, Biillread Depot,
man Tragi nnuesi j riw'
"rack Hoaleai Traeta,
irea waaeaa, ave.
Be pair ag done on th shortest actio. tol-tm
B. KITTREDQE & CO
134 MAIN STBIIT, CIKOlHslATI, O.
KITAIDQE V FOLSOM,
SB Bi. Charles street. New Orloaas, It
iBuserters rGaas Cbfertlac Arvarata.
AMP PSALSkS o powpsau. ' -I
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHES1
and Bller Iron. Plow Blab, Bellroei' Spike
Varerooms Ho. 11 Bast Beoond Btreet, OloMnnatt
CLEANER OF SINKS 'AND VA OLTS,
Mo. W mi ik-atreet, between Tin and ltac,n
the Medical Oo Ug, Cincinnati, Ohio. Person w
may favor hia with their pa troasloaanlrnno
money I Money! money !
Eemvfc 00 WoaiBUia-suraet.
mf ONRY LOAN ED ON ? WATCHES, JEW.
SHHf 'ufilf . 1. XSSSSSVIJS
rate or latere
at Mo. in Via -street, batwMB
st oorta ana ru
V )W , WiolMflJ
16 West Fotirtll Street
Where eaa be had every erttele syprtmlnlng to
Bosmses at a asmch leavj trice, for OABH,
has ever before been oflered la this market,
'"iviu A:: oa t..ia
inaakfnrronisojvos. , ;. ,
BEOG8 A SMITH, No 6 Weet 4th
A BE N0WR1CCKIVIN9 ADDITIONS
. XAV their large aaaortm
lit arvar and Dlamend.
m ueortnsent of Watch, Jewelry,
SOB. 1 J f , t i 1
A Bn aasorkeal of Plated Tea lets aatl Cettesy
adOaeraOlaase. r - i r . . ..
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I CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MOBNINS, FEBRUARY 15, 1860.
' I V.. ' I N
PRICE ONE CENT,
RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. TRAINS ARRIVE.
Limi Bxrr.-Xl(ht tnnm, :M k. Aooom
mwUtton, S:M a. a.; Aooommcxldtion.HS r. a.;
ThkT IxproM, :) f. a. ...
litDiAKAroui in GiwjunuTi. a, a. :M r.
Ohio ukmiumart.-tM A. .JW: A. a.l 10:11
OacmiAit. Bi.an.ro ill Ditto. T:A.a.l 11:06
A. a.; UM v. a.; :M r. a. l:W r. a. ;
Miiiirri in nnnnlfl.-Ul A- a.l l:M P. B.
Bigaaom us xniAaAmu.-U-.M a. fcM r. a.
Iiirni Hunt.-Iw Ixjrwo, UhW A. a.) Aooom-
modAtion, 4:Mm. Sight KtpreM, 11:30 P. a.
bDKKAPOUl AHO OlKCIHRATI.-:N A. a. I UM P.
Ohio abb MiMIMim.-7: A. ! IN P. a.t T:S0 p. a.
Giciatt, Hamilto aid PATTOH.-:Wi. a.l 7;M
A. a.; lftda a, a. S:40p.a.; :30t. i 11:J0 p. a.. ,
H ASIVITA AKD OlMOinATI .-4:40 A. .i I: ) P. B.
JtlOBMOH A UIDUUUIOua.-:w JU m.i : r. K -
PEN AND SCISSORS.
- Mn. Tmbt Kmklt hu niumid her
8bftkjpMreia rMdiogi in notion. , , ,
Ohio h mora college t the praient
due UlB As j tuer ouh m mo union.
Tha Kncllih ntiriDtDn i that the
Bon. Un. Norton 1b (a dBgeronily ill that
but little hopes are enterUiaed o( her rtooTery.
end killed, without any adeqnaU jnitifloatlon,
About a weak ego, in anonigornory, aib.
xST"M Bremen, GernuuiT, the Amount of
cotton imported In 18S9 was 113,053 bale; in
18S7, sb,07 bie. : - -r n r er;rtr
' f&TTher gey tha ice at the north pole ii
frozen go hard that the natlv barn it for
ooal, u II will burn before It will melt.
ffi9IIenrr Winter Darts hai been burnt
in effigy by the itadentg of Georgetown Col
lege, DunM CoiumbiA. . ' , : t , ;
iBnVAe the learned wood-sawyer expressed
it In olaaeio Latin s iVbico qwd tt'oft I know
what! sote.,, ,v j ; 'J j
j0n Klrtler, who killed a man in Ar
kamaa, and led. died suddenly laet week at
W. D. Jaok, Agent for the Unittd
Slate Poli Gattt io Harrnburg, Penn., hag
keen sued for libel by Mr. Jotfiue raoker.
agB-Rt; Hon. M. T. Bainei. a dlstisjralshed
Liberal politiouva, died in London recently, at
tut age oi 02." -
h varA project Is on foot to form, a new
county ou or a portion ,oi jvooz, usrit
Greene and Bauiran, in inaiaaa,
flg?-"IIold jour tongue for a fool I'.' waa the
oolite reoommeodation of an Irish husband.
"Sure, then, you're going to speak yourself 1"
was the equally polite reply or tne wire. , , .
ar-Mre. Ellen Waldron, whose hatband
wae killed about two years ago on the Buffalo
and State Line Railroad, has just recovered
from that company $2,000. , ,
&"Th State Righto Louitianian, published
at New Orleans, places the name of Stephen
A. Douglas at the head of its editorial
oolumns.. n f ;j . r.
J&"'k man was nearly ohoked. to death
the other day in a county in Virginia, be
cause he told the' troth or Governor Wise, by
calling him fool.
fStTA. large darning-aesdle wti removed
the other Jay from the thigh of a little girl in
Lafayette, Ind. No one knew how the needle
had gotten there., w ''
StTGarlo de Radio, who was sentenced to
hard labor for life for his share in the Orsino
plot to assassinate the Emperor of the French,
has escaped from Cayenne.
jekT Mn. Wells, mother of Rev. E. H. P.
Wells, died in Boston recently, in her ninety
fourth year. Iheexotting scenes of the Revo
lution were nearly all within her memory.
jSrtIt 1 thought that Mrs. Henry Ward
Beacher will not recover from the effects
injuries received by being thrown from a ear
tiage last week.
rlt appean every dollar coined at the
government mint In Georgia costs twelve
cent, and every dime coined at Charlotte,
North Carolina, once cent.
9The clergymen who ministered to the
spiritual wants of Stephens, the wife murderer,
hung In New York on Friday, have published
a declaration that they believe him innocent,
6hrIt ia stated that the agent who made
no the list of New York merchants for South
era buyers to trade with, pocketed between
fs.OOO and $4,000 black mail during the opsr--aton..
'-Two gentlemen of New Haven, while
out gunning, near Carmarge, Conn., recently
shot a large eagle, of the American species,
which measured between eight and nine feet
from Up to tip,
fi&TQov. Wise, of Virginia, during the last
two years of his term in office, pardoned one
hundred and sixteen convlots, commuted
eunishment of twelve, and reprieved four
'others. ; i -
A Maiws Sbktipxid to Diath. In Kog-
land. a few weeks ago, a marine named Dillon
was tried by a oeurt martial, on a charge
striking bis superior omwr, a lieutenant,
blow with his fist la the mouth, loosening one
tooth, but doing no other injury of eonse-
auenoe. Dillon wu eonvloted, and sentence
of deatb wu pronounced upon him.
, -Ma ' - ,
Waist a Pahsm is a Damqib. A person
who was recently called Into court for the par-
pose of proving the correctness of a doctor's
bill. WM asked by the lawyer whether "the
doctor did not make several visits . after
Datient was out of danger?" "No," replied
I the ; witness, "I considered ' the patient
danger as long as the doctor continued
A DrsooisoHTS WiDowsi-Th following
order, roattm t hrtraltm, wu received by
New York undertaker, recently, from
mtiiS MMmt Am.. mv.Wlaf la AA
WoBto t9 b, Uttiti, At wonnerklok. U
to dig th. Hol-bl the said Of my
Fther Wiafs. ; JUet HMdetpl ;;,
Too Homblb a Qdaksb. A Methodist and
Quaker having stopped at a public house,
agreed to sleep in the Mute bed. The Metho
dist kaelt down and prayed fervently,
confessed a long catalogue ef sins. After
rose, the Quaker observed, "Really, friend,
thou art as pad as won sayest tnou arc,
think I dare not Bleep with thee."
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CokobbasiosulPat. A member of Congress
receive as salary 18,009 per annum, the
Of his (Tanking privileges, according w
Pestmuter eenerai's estimate, averages
twice as much, or $100,000 in the aggregatel
1 wi; :
HOBDDBaB ' AIB IPDBPBBPBBOB. AdvlOS
from Ruatn (to January 18, gay that
inhabitants are i determined to maintain
independence of Hondnru, and have seat
ft aw yrieasw tor arms ana auimuuiuoa
, MrLrrisT to ExcBes-Suwarrow,1 even
I peace, always slept fully armed, boots and
i When I was lsiv," he said, "and wanted
I enjoy a comfortable sleep, I mally took
I mm ssmr."
In Fsiitdi lariisa i Dreerrsi, a
mi Kmuit or a Ramslb. Like fiaroua
Alraechld, and like a far greater man, Napo
leoB m,"vhef Majesty sometimes amuse herself
Ka prosaenade tnrougn rans, m disguise.
,e oC her day, aecompanied by General
Tleury, and followed by other officer a tw ff ti,
her Majesty in passing along the Boulevards,
overheard : a iouave reeouna to a young
woman, on bis era kls participation in the
Mtueor Boirerino. ,..'m-i t,. - ; - .
''How cud the Bmperor eonduol himself In
that affslrT" asked the Empress , "AdmU
rably," replied the Zouave. "I am told the
eontrary." 'Commnt, madam! The Em-
eror not -, conduct nimseu weuv' "io.
Thn. weu are misinformed," rejoined the
indignant soldier abruptly, and proceeded te
describe the unquestionable courage and song
yrot'd of the Emperor.. - "i
nam sue uav returnou w turn auiwiwi
the Empress, laughing, told tha Emperor and
Ooant DeMorny, who was with him, the par
tioulars el the adventure. , Hxour Adaiesty
knows how It was brought about," said D
Moray. "Brought about?", res. The F re
fect ef Poliee, knowing that your Majesty was
bent oa one of your , (sanad. prepared the
zouave for the eooasioa. Tnere was notour
wonderful in it therefore." The color mounted
to the pale eheek of the Empress, who bit her
beautiful coral Up. The , Emperor, standing
with his back to the mantle-shelf, twirling
hie moustaahei. (his custom of as afternooal
faintly smiled) whereupon, De Moray apolo
gised, confessed that he had only jested, and
in a moment all was fair weather again. The
Zouave hu been traced and rewarded.
ComsjxmaW of the Nut, York Oqwier mi
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. . fLOSSHOS NlSHTIKoALl OH VlMALB Ap-
riBK,. In her reosnt work published in Lon
don, Florence Nightingale has the following
paragrsph: . 1 .' ." ' : -"
"It is, I think, alarming, peoultuly at this
time, when the female ink-bottles are per
petually impressing upon us 'woman's' 'par
ticular worth and general misslenariness,' to
see that the dress of women Is dally mere
and more unfitting thtm for any 'minion,' or
usefulness at an. ' it is equally nnnttea for eu
poetic and all domestio purposes. A man Is
now a more handy and fsr less objectionable
being; In a sick-room than a woman. Com
pelled by her dress, every woman now either
shuffles or waddles only a man can cross the
floor of a siok-room without shaking It, What
hu besoms of woman's light step t the firm,
light, ijuiok step we have been asking fort"
Loom Kossuth o ths Ballot. Kossuth
hu written A long letter on the snbjet of the
ballot' He says that when Hungary .wis
blessed with a constitutional form of Govern
ment, secret voting was seldom resorted to-.
pibiloity waa the rule. , Ho protection
any kind was required by the Magyars. ' Ten
ant right rendered tenants Independent of
their landlords; and being essentially an ag
ricultural people, were was "very ntue or
that eagerness with which in populous cities
tradesmen are seen to cling to the patronage
of good customers." The "civic spirit and
self conscious patriotism" of the Hungarians
precluded anything like bribery on a large
scale, and no "paramount Importance" was
therefore attsoheu to the ballot as a means
preventing elthor Intimidation or corruption.
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Whits Womaa Rossiita awat with
Nsbao. The Chattanooga (Tenn.,) BtjUttor
save a white woman by the name of Mary
Wilson, of Adatrsville, G.. went to that Place
on th Georgia train on the 0th, with a negro
belonging to a gentleman or tne former place,
whom she had stolen with the intention
running him off to a free State. Mary wu
dressed in men's clothes. They were arrested
and lodged in jail. , ; .. -j .,
A Petbioal Aoadimt. An institution for
phVsioal development on a comprehensive
scale is projected in Philadelphia. It Is styled
tne "Natatarium and Jfiiysioai institute." as
tne nrst word implies, swimming win D in.
eluded in the exeroises: every variety of bath.
log will be provided for, as well as the usual
Feiohtsnsd to Diatb. A young lady, Miss
Stewart, of Cumberland County, Penn., wu
so badly scared, a few weeks ago, by meeting
a will-o'-the-wisp that she wu taken ill upon
reaching home, and in a short time afterward
died from the offset of the prostration of
nervous system, superinduoed by the fright.
I ' '
Insiouib Tbhbmbrts. The jury enpanelled
In the ease of the late Elm-street dlsuter,
New York, found a verdlot, severely oensur-
lrjg landlords for building nouses higher than
live stones, ana for not providing tne neces
sary means of egress from the upper stories
In the event of ore.
Evplothbht or Nbobo Corviotb Re.
Bibb, a contractor cn the Virginia and Kea
tacky Railroad, hu just entered into an ar
rangement with the State of Virginia for
employment on his work of thirty-two black
convicts, and hu given bond and security
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BuHDirwa ahd Gsmcs. More than eighty
blind men have been distinguished in litera
ture, science, theology, and the mercantil
arte. -. The EntytHoprndia BrUannita hu
artlole oa eminent blind men 1 who hare
attained high positions, who wers blind from
early shlldhood. . ; . i
Ths Urivbbsitt or ths South Aoaih.
Board of Management ef the University
the South met at New Orleans on the
Five Bishops were present. The charter
granted by the Tennessee Legislature wu
cepted, and a company appointed to arrange
Gaabuko A Dbhobsstt. Professor B.
Gould, in a recent leotur at the Smithsonian
Institute, on the Boience of rrobaDiiities,
stated, u the result of a broad tcientlflo
vettigatloa of the subject of playing oa chance.
or; gambling, that "every gambler loses
mere, tne more as piayt, unless ne onai.
A Btbabsi Fisi CirTtrBB.T-Au . enormous
snd anomalous fish wu captured at Hungary
Bay on the Ud alt. The creator it represented
m , sixteen feet seven Inches la length, and
tnswsring la general appearaaee te the
dltlonal stories ot tae sea-serpeat.
" ' -
Faoggg ta Dsath. A wagoa wu dtseov.
ered la the -roods, Thursday, about a quarter
of a mile from Swan Creek Station, on the
ledo Railroad, tome thirty-five miles from
la whioh sat a man who had evidently
been trosta to deatn. -1
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ptrmBHOS or Oriiioi. Plain men
handsome women want - passion, and
wmu think young men want polltenett;
writers think all readers devoid of taste,
drill readers think witty writers devoid
biillienoy. , . ...
IA HiQB-PBtcip Loxubt. A compremlse
has been effected between Weir, who violated
the person of MIse Christie, of St. Marys,
W. and -her friends, by the' payment
90,000. The figure is pretty large. -
a r, ii r i- laasa- 1 -
I LonisviiLB Losiie hw Cmtsis.
thousaad three hundred and fifty aulas
been shipped South in a little over a month,
Ai Aaiaioig Jaoqcbs. A late letter, dated
en the shores of Lake Ontario, glyes this ac
count of a singular Individual; , . .
An old withered mummy, whom we call
"Commodore," from the faot of hie being the
best fisherman on thelake,Uves in thisvloinity.
At some time la early life be must have be
come deranged) and on his recovery of mind
became a new creature his reoolleotion of
Shat passed before bis lucaov entirely ob
tare ted. His theory of advent Into this world
Is, that he wu, at about the age TOO years,
ejeoted from the planet Jupiter for some viola
tion or tha laws in that orb, and on recovering
from the effect of that tremendous fall found
himself en the shores of this lake. The man
hu received a good English education, u oan
be dlsoovered la his speech, quotations, dee.
us disappears at times, ana it absent ior
months th the forests of Pennsylvania. His
dislike for the habitations of man Is to strong
that he sleeps, when night overtakes blm,
under the lee of a log, or more commonly in
hit boat. Hals mentally, morally and phyii
catly a fragment suggestive to a pb.iloaopn.er!
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EjtPLOSIOI AID CoifSTlIHiTIOI II A OHVBOH.
In St. Thomu, In Penn., oa last Sabbath
evening, as the Rot. Mr. MoOord wu about
to commence preaching his farewell sermon, in
the Methodist Episcopal Church the church
being filled with people a oamphene lamp.
hanging in the bile, exploded, to the great
consternation of the congregation. The scene
wu awful for a few minutes. Every person
supposed that the whole house was on fire.
The ladies became very much frightened.
Borne of them fainted; all srseamed at the top
ef their voloes. A rush wu made for the door.
In the exoitement some person, dreading the
ooasesjuenoes of delay, leaped through one of
tne windows, carrying out sash, glass and
everything else. Although for a while all
thought that escape from death ' or serious
Injury would be impossible, yet no person wu
hurt. The floor of the building caught fire,
out tne names were sooa extioguisnoa. .
. k PsctruAi Itov 0i. An iron ore, of a
peculiar character. Is found In New Jersey is
great abunaence, nut is not known to exist in
other parte of the world, except in small quan
tities. It is composed of iron, sino and man
gnese, in proportloos considerably varying, but
soma specimens give 7U or iron, is oi man-
case and .17 of sine It is used for ths menu
raoture of sino paint, and at the same time
Iron it made whioh it said to be free from sul
phur and from the qualities called cold-short
ness and red-shortness. The ore melts at
low temperature about 8S0. It has the prop.
erty of adhering to wrought-iron, and even
penetrating it to tome extent. .,, ,
IsiroBf art Railway Dsoisiob. The de
siiion of ths Court of Appeals of Virginia,
made on Monday, in the oase of the Rich
mond, I'rederickenurg and Potomac Railroad
. The Virginia Central Railroad, prohibits
the latter road and connections hereafter from
carrying through passengers between Kick
mona ana Washington, at the rigot to do
wu granted exclusively to the former road,
for twenty-seven years, by its charter. The
decision further deorees that the Central road
and its connections shall refund the amountre
eslved through travel, after deducting the fare
paid to it while the Fredericksburg route wu
obstructed by ' ice in the Potomac 1 . The
amount to be refunded is about $260,000.
A Chabhibo Aotbbjs at Biitt-biqht.
That an actress of this advanced age should
"look to perfeotloa the character of a boy
niteen," is certainly an encouragement
leminme-tenesoence, but this wonderful ju
venoscenee of apnearanea is recorded of Mad.
emoiselie Dejazet, wno Is playing the charac
ter of "Young Riahelieu,"1n Paris, just now.
she is a woman or sense, too. "Many yeers
ago a publisher requested her to write
memoirs, or, il that wu too onerous a task,
permit him to write them for her; to whioh
she replied that, having obtained, whether
justly or not, a reputation for talent, the was
not uesiruus ui losing is. '
A " Cobstituhobal " Dbcibio. Some
trouble having reoently ooourred among
Abolitionists conneoted with the Fugitive-slave
Aid Society, at Syracuse, N. Y., a suit was
Drought, in which the piatnutt was non- suited,
on the ground of being engaged in an illegal
Dullness, tne judge stating in nit decision that,
as the constitution requires the rendition
fugltive slaves, any society whioh proposes
aid fugitives in escaping, and thus violating
the law, is an Illegal association. The cue
to be oarried to the Supreme Court of New
York. .!!.. -; - - . .
Gbaxd Skatirh Match Bbtwbbi Womrj.
Two young ladies, Miss Fannie Eastman
Miss Hattle Tuker, skated on the river,
other morning, from Amoskoag ' Falls
Hooksett, Mass., a distance cf seven -miles,
and went aome la tne cars that reached Man
chester at quarter-past ten o'olock. For
first half-mile the Ice waa very bad, taking
them a long time to psss over it, but from
thtre to Martin's Ferry it was smooth,
they flaw over the surface with the fleetness
or naras. xne ladies seemed not at an wearied
with the performance.
SorrooATsn st Gas. An unknown man
furnished with lodgings by the authorities
Pawtuoket, one night last week, and the
v . . 1 j j . t-
T. li i.T 1 "I. "r ir JuTA
UU a ITVSVJa. M 9wa-rinj UJ WU1UU lOiVJ
flowed into the room and suffocated him.
only paper found upon his person wu
following rather unoharitable reeommendationt
"Mr. 8. Smith Give the bearer what he wants
eat, aid tee that he pays for It In advance.
(Signed) Sons of Malta.
. . ,1, 1 . .
Valoatiob op Nbw ' Yobk Stats. Th
State assessors of New York estimate the
value ef real and personal estate In that
moaweaiu, ror the year ib&v, at kjmmq,
70S, against $1,402,462,286 in 1848.' The
crease ($847,647,704) is wholly in real estate,
as tha usessors adopted tne valuation of
sonal estate made by the town assessors
1808. The real estate valuation of New
What Gaston Is. Alexander Hamilton
once said te an Intimate friend: "Men
me some credit for genius. All the genius
have is just this: whea I have a subject
band I study It profoundly. Day and
it it before me. I explore 11 in all its
ings. My mind becomes pervaded witn
Than the effort whioh I make is what the
ple called the fruit of genius. It is the
of labor and thonght.'f -
A Clbvbb Aotssm. The literary editor
the Philadelphia Prem says of Matilda Heron,
the great Camille, that she Is all Phlladelphlau,
(with some portion of Irish In her heart,
and natural) and that she Is able to sit
and edit a dally newspaper, eff-hsnd, if
werw pas w isi
Rbttval Iipta, There are signs that
great revival hu extended to the distent
Dr, Dnff has been conducting a special
service of ton days In Calcutta, and a
Impression bas been produced by the occasion.
A Bbiipicttvb 1othiBio Considerable
excitement hu reoently , prevailed In
vicinity of Webster, Pnn., on account of
elopement ef a married man with a
lady of fourteen summers, and ef attractive
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE BOHEMIAN.
Pobtlabd, February 1. The Canadian
mail steamer Bohemian, from Liverpool on th
1st, and Qaeeastowa on the Sd Inst, arrived
here at half-put eleven this morning. The
steamer Kmgaroo tailed for New York at th
same time, and the Am 30 was to leave South-
. .1. 5 . m - a 1 1 A
smpws vb ijiv same ixnj an -aravMS ivis
Liverpool at half-put seven on tha eve of ths
29th ult. The Hungarian reached Queenstown
early on tne morning of tne 1st last.
' Uhe ship mtymwn, of ths Dramatic line of
the New York packet line, was destroyed by
fire In the Mersey on the Dlst alt. She wu
lying in the stream ready to tail, whea a are
suddenly broke out from some unknown cause,
about four o'olock in the morning. In addi
tion to tne crew, numbering tnirty, mere were
twenty-five second eabin pusengers on board.
All of them were saved, together with their
luggage. . ' ' '.! ."-" '
The vessel wu souttled, bnt the receding
tide left her well out of water, and ia spite of
every exertion tne names ragea ror many
hours. She had a large and valuable cargo,
consisting of machinery, silks and satins, crate
goods and general merchandise, some portions
of which, it wu supposed, would be saved la a
damaged state, xne loss is estimated at
30,000. ' - '
The ship was insured, but it Is not known
Whether the cargo Is covered.' ' " "" 'l
The English budget was to be Drought for
ward on the flth. The London Time sers
that proposals have been made to America ia
the dan Juan euairwmon may lainy senary
The Paris Vnivtrtt has been suppressed.
The latest news via Queenstown reports
that the ship Armorial, from Bristol for Savan
nah, had been abandoned at tee. The crew
were saved. '
LrvsnrooL Cottost Mabkbt. Sales for ths
three days 30,000 bales, of which 10,000 bales
were to exporters and speculators. "
The market opened firm at a slight advance,
principally upon the fair and middling quali
ties, out oiosea quiet, owing to ins amok or
England advancing its rates of discount to
percent. '' 1 - " ..-
abb aavices irom manonesnr areiaToraois,
and the market closed with an advanoing tea-
dency in the prices of goods and yarns, which,
however, waa ehecked by tne advance in toe
bank's rate of disoonnt. The Liverpool Bread
stuff market was dull. Provision market wu
quiet. ,v ' ' ':--"'
[The Latest via Queenstown.]
Livibpool, ' Thursday P. M. Sales
Cotton for ths lut two daya foot up 18,501)
bales, 2,600 bales being on speculation and
for export. u - ""
The market opened quiet, with holders offer
ing freely, but showing no disposition to press
sales, and oiosed unonacged, ' sat witn an
Lob post, Thursday P. M. Consols are
heldat MK. 1 '
RicsiioitD, Va., February 13. Governor
Letcher sent in a message to the Legislature
to-day, giving a history of the requisition for
Coppie, and denouncing the duplicity of Gov
ernor Kirkwood of Iowa, in aiding his escape.
He urges prompt action on tne part or tne
South, to out itself ia a position where it can
secure tne punishment ortnose who onenu
against Its laws. The Joint Committee on the
Bourn Carolina mission reported tne louowing
resolutions to the Legislature to-osy: -
Betoloed, That the General Assembly of Vir
ginia, recognizing in our present relations with
nnn.alavaholdlnsp State, an lmrjerative ne
cessity for decisive measures, does not
mistrust the capacity or tne Boutnern estates
by the wise and firm exercise of their reserved
powers to protect the rights and liberties of
people, ana to preserve me xeaerai union,
For this purpose we earnestly desire the con
certed action of the Southern States; but
General Assembly resoeotfully submits to
consideration of South Carolina, and all sister
States of the South, that efficient co-operation
be more safely obtained by suoh direot legts-
lative action of the several States as may
necessary and proper, than through the agency
of an assemblage, wnicn eaa exeroise no leg
lalative powers except to debate and advise.
jcttolved, ihertjore, nat in tne opinion
the General Assembly, it ia inexpedient to ap-
point duputtes to the conference proposed
South Carolina. ' -' 1 ' 1 " '
Jieeohed, That the. Governor of the Com-
That tha Governor of the Com-
monwealtb be requested to communicate
j foregoing resolutions to the Governor of
State of South Carolina, and to the Governor
of each ef the shareholding States.
New Yobk, February . 14. The Time
Lyons received, by the lut steamer, important
dispatches, touching the treatment of Amer-
Iran sailor in British port, which h laid
fore Secretary Cass to-day. His Lordship
a lone Interview with Gen. Cass, and the sub-
joot of Lord John Russell's reply to our Gov
ernment ana tne rejoinuer, wee uiscusecu
Highly interesting Information was received
here yesterday, by Maj. Phelps, from Upper
Mexico. Some five hundred men were march
ing from Durango on Chihuahua, supposed
1 jng iroul AluraDKu UU vutuuwiu., duhu
to be robbers, but calling themselves Tasub-
I -.l-A- 1 ' v t.
in uovernmen 01 vninuauua gens an
preis to El Paso, 293 miles distent, In 48 hours,
asking the authorities thereto procure
tne American ttoe. ana iorwaru tvv noea
their protection, it was intimated tnat
United States would be asked to interfere.
Mai. Phelos called immediately on the Pres
ident and laid before him the facts, whioh
now under consideration.
Fire in Oswego, N. Y.
Oswsao. Febraary 14. A firs broke out
thttoity this morning, destroy ing th Whitney
Block, in whtca was rrnimey ana oxisners
Bank, together with numerous stores.
heavy, and but little property saved. .
A Fcbbbial Railroad Ehtbbpbisb,
thousaad workmen (writes a traveling
have died of the elltnate and
aura, in tke building or tne rename nsuiroaai
"Shipload after shipload of workmen
borne thither, but few, very few, persons
! Two thonaand Chinamen came
work, bat suoh waa the climate, and such
hardships, that many died of siokaess,
the greater portion, discouraged and fright
ened, hung themselves in the woods,
drowned themselves ia vue waters." ' ' v
A Fl8S10BABL CUSTOMBB. A fuhl0PblC
vonntr Udv lately went into a store ia Norfolk,
V a, entered into an extended examination
Us intent, and taea bought a dime's
of thread, anion tne reqaastea w oar
at her house, a mile distent.: The
proprietor assented, preeurea an express,
which, on arriving at the house, wu
up to the door, the toil-board lowered, and
the motions incident to exprtM business
through with; including the collection of
teen eents, tne ueuni siptm wuarjo. (
A Watoimau Mcsdbbbo. Wa. L. Toun,
Custom-house watchman, wu murdered
New York ea Friday alght,hls lifeless
being found lying apea the sidwalk in,
n Arii I if I III 3V...:. . .;-.-v
Urgr (dnrtlMaunU lnwrted t th LftowlBf nta .
tor nam of U
tlonal.... 1 5
bii wtun 01 tea unt or lea: '
Two WMkf .
.! f Job'Printinpfi
! -tl Ma lMH.li.ji AMA'wffli naAtn'aji fllMAfait
Whaler & .Wilsdtfs
Principal Offloe, No. TT West Furtb-et.s
PIKE'S OPERA HOUGH,
I . CINCINNATI.
ltE OFFER TO THI PUBLIC THE
aortant Improvement, and to meet the demand for
a good, low-priced Family Machine, have Intro
dnced a KB W Bt TLB, working upon the aain prln.
oicle. and making the same stiteb. thonsh not so
highly Tniihed. St PlFTT.FIVlt SfXAast.
fhe elegance, spied, noiseleesaeH and impllcllr of
IbtMachrne, tb beantyand strength of stitch, being
ALIKB Oil BOTH BI DBS, ImpoMibl to ravel, and
leaving no chain or ride on the under iMMae
economy of thread and adaptability .to th thickest
or thinnest fabric, baa rendered this the most sac
ceasful and popular family Bewlng Ataohina now,
"St'our varlom offloe wa fell at Hew Tork weey
and give instructions lire of charge, to enable pur
chaser to sen ordinary eam, bam, fell, ouilt,
gathor, bind aud tack, all on th same machine, and
warrant it for three year.
Bend or call for a circular containing fall parties.
1 prices, testimonial.. BUMHEB & pp.
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IIaq I !AAsT1T1fT . KtATTA T
VVtU vvvsAAUg 1. rw wsv e
Ba been pronovmcad by competent judges to be the
BEST CO AI, COOtUNG-STOVE
I PAleatcd Dee 1, 858.:.u.( ui ':t
For sale by th Inventor and Manufacturers, , , . ,
ADAMS & PECKO VER
I NOVELTY IRON F0UNDERT, "
No. 333 Fourth-street, Cinciiinati. ..
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, MsjiuiUctorj, Covlnfton, Jkj,.M.f
WAREnOCSE'i - CINCrasATI, 0e
i!: Me. HO East Colambbi-etreetv
isAsj ANUFACTURB AND SUPPLY THI
If 1 trade at the mom reasonable price aud on the
most accommodating term wua
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
I t-i nil t?1riir1 'Yr fnal nil ;
Of ""t ""(l OT iU ""s
bu ma tAU ii.
Jb&3ft.2&R2&Stt ' '
No. 978 MAIN-STREET;
BITWIKH SIXTH A0 8BTINTH,
' s.- a ' A ' l.a ' a at 1 ' 1 "'
: . suiBK.siKarjrw.
SOttPSs PerfulllCrj and FfillCy GOOdS
1 . L . ' .
Vmuu 1 ,J'1-'jhu,?. ,1ilJ-
w IQUIDrviuvr nwui,Buuicui iu m. ui wr
West, country and city. Merchant and druggist
will Bud it to their Interest to call and examine my
stock Dolor putcnasing e.sewnere. , .
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J1T1 U ' I I VI a- A IWV
m IJlTJLJr n JHJMJL Ai.T Jt
(CORNER OF MIAMI CANAL ANi
J TH1BD-BTBB1CT, Cincinnati, Ohio, ar manu
laotnrina larcelr. Palmer's celebrstea Uydraalioi '
Voroe and Lift Pump.. Also, bis Portable Steam
ne. All those who are about to pnrohaaa
PlfjlPS for Tanaertea, Hrewerl?,
eric, mj isooue, rstpnr mini. n.H.iruBa
atminna. Mtnea. Wrmkls Parueaaa. or. in
Bprr mill Kallraadr
fact, for any purpose where a pump is neiisd, will
nna 11 to tueur au vantage o can sua ee tne warn
ing of these valueMe Inventions, or address th
rAlJlUlttt rusr wair ia a mr ciruwar, wuioa
1 mil iurnisu sne uiiw vi many wuv uavv uikw nmm
romps witnriot ...aoi,ion. .,
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c. ,
. MO. as TIHK-STBXXT, BAB FBONT,
' ;ald OINCINNATry b' "
KEEPS ON HAND AND - MANUFAC
TCBKB to ardor all varieties of Tin and Sheet,
iron Ware, Public Lantern, and other artlole In
ais Una. Mannfacture ta order all varieties of Me-'
tall to Kooning. Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron, .
Lntrn uias atway en nana.
Order from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stoves on hand to dispose of cheap for cash.
Stove-pip tarnished and put apal short so tic.
Ljassaq . ,
BADDLK. TRUNK AND ILARMSS
iO!l Main-rtra', three dnera abave Third,'
REE? ON 1 AND AND MAKE TO OR
DKBallk nd f Bora Trapsdngs, la th best ,
and most anbstantlsj manner.
A io, a urge aasort-
Bent or Hon
I th lowest.
D. 8. CARSICK
' Boll-ay -
rrtHE .f outcast. eFjAstig. m 1
lis ..!i..l'l!if IS "nL " ' 1
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M. TALLlO BOOriSO" Is offered to the publle
a th beat and eheapeat MUk Moot new need, its H
awrit tested by m
an experience 01 year in this dtp
iled to set or ate p, old or new
dar eid fAAtAOfld Maiunlr wtlha
BUI ,ip.U," i. ,nwu " I .uv mwuvut..
Pr-MrMl khMtA. feazftil to. .h.amatet An ab aart A
the United Btatee, oan be apalled by any on wlfli
sXdllltfr bWbbIUIObU ULill
Ait, urar premptry au
ii OALPryXLIiA CO,-
Ill West Second
ST It.' ROniiTlltR. M. D.. Profeaaop af The.
tf oryand Praotlctof Medfcln in the XcharJo ,d
sieoioal institute, givee ipreni anen
attenttoa to tha
treatment of, CflllOHlO D'HBABU.
i7n7','r "" "felOc'
V.mj.m. Tnartb. OfllM.. hAnpa In A f y-
WM. . BALDWIN,' ATTORNEY ,,;
A5D OOCNSBLLOB AT LAW and AWer '
OomralMlnner of th Baperfer and Uonaion Pi eaa A
I oorta. nana nawuBa, awrwiweeitawnaT etjaiaia
rs.xaira-iretsi. . met