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la pabliahed dally Uron.ayi Wt sxosajted) bf HKN11V RlffilEt) 6c CO., PROPRIETOR. I erriea vnrB-ir., orv. cpstom-iiocss. CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS is delivered to 1 .ubseribare In Cincinnati, OovingtoB nd .- sttrvonndlng titles and tnrM, t - tha extremely low prlos of elTIN CENTS A WEEK, . BATABLI tO TBI flABBlSB. PmcH or Vktirrm. Single ooplas, 9 eenta: ens on 7r, :l nil. ( VOL. TV, NO. 107. CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1860. PRICE ONE CENT AMUSEMENTS. 1J1HK! OPKH A-HOliSK.-fs, N. 1'IKU, A lrm.rt.tor: O. T. bami. titans Manages-1 J. ST. UUHIT, imiiref. Sixth right of the engagemest of the distln finished Actr-sa, MBS. EMMA WAtLEB. '' TniB EVFNINCI, PeoomnoT 8, frill bs performed the musical pliy In three acta, entitled QUI MANNBRINUt ! 0, Th GireT'S Wabxijio. Jtteft Morriliea, Mm Wallr ; Col. Mannertng. Vr. Mortimer: Dominie Sampron, Mr. Hula; Dirk Hatteraick, tlr. Fheridaa ; Julia Mannering, Mia. Fauny Sonhaiu. . Taa da Deux .................. By the Gale Bistort, To oonclnds with the rninlcal faroe of 1 , ' THE SWISS SWAINS. fimetta, Miss Fanny Denham ; Swig, Mr. 0. Hile, Walter. Mr. Chaplin; burgomaster, Mr. Wilson; , Dame Glib, Mrs. Pope. ; In rehearaal, a new Tiny, of Intense Interest, In bich Mr. and Mrs. WALLER will appear. Norim Tntr CHAnor.D Doora open at H to 7 lerlurmance will oonimonee at i past 7. VATfONAL THE ATER.-JOHJi BATES, .1 Manager i J. ti. Uanlsi, Stag. Hunger, . , , Positively the laat night or ;. j MISS ANNETTE INCB. ! THIS EVENING, December 8. will he presenfei -ftie historical tragedy, in five acta, entitled MARY BTTJART. " tTarr Rtuert. Mine Annette Inoo : Farl of Lelceail tor, Mr. Bend: I. "id Burleigh, Mr. Hambllu:. i Vueeu suiaauetu, aim. iaowotu. yrertare... ..... .By tba Orchestra To conolude with tha domestic drama of GALS BREEZBLY. t ' ale Brecrely. Mr. Hanley t Roherto, Mr. Rqbsojr; Alorna, Alias uuwara ; B-rtiy, jritsa I'rocror. In rehearaal, and will shortly be produced Jn act- tlr&ble style, with new scenery, new costumes, and onderl'lil mechanical efforts, the great legendary amaof "Captain Kyd; Or, The Witch of ILipl- Door open at T o'clock. Th performance com. nenoe. mi 7 o cioca. , GREAT FAINTING, k, n , m TiTtTiTTnnii AIT fiREAT REDUCTION i THE HEART OF THE ANDES ! I now on exhibition at PIKE'S OPERA-HOUBE. From 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. and 7 to 0 P. M, Admission 25 cents; Season Ticket 80 oenta. BW Visitors are requested to bring their opera tlaasea. do2-tf In Prices I A GROYER & BAKER SEWING-MACHINE! For- $40! The only Company that mannfactnres the two Tar! rietiea of Machines, Double-look ' : .' AND i Shuttle-stitch. ! ! 100K AT THE NEW IiIST OF PRICES : Wain UnJehed family Machine, extra speed.... $10 rorujorly 950. Plain finished Family Machine, large slie, ex tra speed Formerly 965. jull-platod and ornamented Machlno, extra apeed..H...M...M..m.......M... ...... ' Formerly 873. Bull -plated and ornamented Machlno, large lie, extra speed. S3 60 Formerly 800. Fall-plated and ornamented Machine, In case, extra ped............. Formerly 8100. TO 00 Wo have recently Introduced a new SnOTTLB MACUINE for tailors' use, which Is acknowledged 4o be superior to any of its kind in the market, i GaeVEB. dc BAKER 8. M. CO., Western Depot and Mea-room, noir.a; 88 West Fmrth-t. THE QUAKER COAL COOKING STOVE, A NEW PATTERN, HAS AliARGB OVBN, IjAIIGB FLUES, an exoellont draught, la heavy and durable, ni.in uid neat In deainn. and U altogether th Best Coal Cooking Stove Yet Offered to tlio Public ' One can be aeen in operation dally at J. F. MEB BILL'S Central Stove Store, 200 West Fifth-it., corner of Home. Bread will be baked at 11 o'clock in tha morning, end between S and 4 o'clock In the afternoon. ud tee how It works. I J. F. MERRILL, 209 Fiflli-st., corner of Home. fno2!-xl v - .1.1 . UVAMMAM JLOOKing-RAilSBCB, - AND out frames, WnOLESAtB AMD RETAIL. Vindow-cortalxi and Hliades, Spring-mattresses and Bedding, JSo. OO Weat IToTxrtri-Btreet. MITCHELL aV KAMMELSBERG. ALSO A full assortment of RAVEN, BACON atplendid make of PI A.NOS. , TBTJAX, Salesman. dcl- D. A. IITTII1IJK O AND WHFRI.INH BANK "t'lTl" TAKEN AT PAR FoB U)AL, ( will r.ceive Holes on tne aoove uauaa a 1W all articles in our liue, at loweat pricea. CAKFIELD & BERTRAM, DEALERS IN Coal and Coke, Fire-brick and Clay. Office and Yard, 107 East Front-it., south between Butler-st. and Miami Canal. aHTCnnstantly on hand a supply of Ynugh loghenr, Teach Orchard, Canuel and Hartford City City Manufactured and McKeeaport Coke) tirick aud Clay nor7- JOHN A. WALLINGBORD, DAKK.EB AND DIALEB IN EXCHANGE, ' Jio. 59 West Third -at., Ciuoinaatl. sxer a kinds of Cncorrent Money bought and sold. ' noM &RIOKKD SALMON -A VERY SO articlt, jut rc?ivi-ri and for Sal. at I b h ti, corner Klutu aud Ylua. RAILROAD TIMETABLE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 7:20 P. M. 11 tu A. M. :(, A. M. J.UIlr Impart. Day I xpresf...... ...,...., Ml A. M. Olunilms Accommodation. i:l P. M. Xeuta Accommodation... 6:00 P. M. Cinrimtnft, I!rnmHInt.md Vvioir lTliai)KPolis,bandu8ky aud . u. T. Irdo Expicns 7:' A. M. ILiimllton Aoooromodatlon, S:30 A Mr Imlinnnpolls and Sandurtky : Exfrees .-.. 8:30 P. M. Tolednar.d hl ao Krres V. M. Ni w Y orli r.xprra. ;0 P. M. Bamiltan Accommodation. il.nittta mi CncaatMM Mm-niltv Exlitim.. 9:40 A. M. ( Iillil -tithe Accommuaati n s:m r. .t. 11:1!V A. M. 7lM Ai M. (1:50 P. M II :? P. M. HO A. M. 11:M A. M. . i-.no p. . llVsi A. M. -f,:M A. M. 'iUtExp:ea 10:4s P. llonilng FxpH'S. 7: A.M. .10:00 P, M. lMilsTilie Accommodation. i::m V. M. 12:MT. M. Mxht Kprrer 7:M P. M. :"0 A.- BI. IpthuvapolU md Cinrffuraff ' Mxil nnd Accommodation.. :M A. M. ltvW A. M. I.Tiic.K') KTreM... 7:55 . M. li:j A. M. lndiaottjxlui Accujnniod'n 2:0d P. M. "t -yn'f Richmond and InJiaiMpolU 7:t' A. M. 1H15 A. M. saO r. M. a:W a. M. Ll.il frtvft and JliYcsfwra . Ti.l. a. I 1..I i-iiil u.iri i !t.if..A Kxtin ts J:, A. M. 11:55 P. M. Tnli do. Detroit and (!hbt..A xrresa....A . P. Mt -U.U P. Mr O'emiat, Vt'ilvtinotaH and anviil4i , fc niiMlni r a fi i-.r... ........... v.hj a. ..... i-i'i. AccSifTnodation ; :00 P. M. 8:00 A.'itT Day Kxprew ...,.......,..... n:M P. M. 6:27 P. M. AccommedattciM P. M. 11:00 A. at. The trains on the little MUmt and Cincinnati, .TTumiltnn ntiil Ilnvtod Uoailfl are run by ttolnmlius UtvtiiA, which la leven uilnutca faster than Cincinnati 1 he trains on.the "bhTq rltKnamili unci f 'incriillilt renni-s time, which ie ted nilnntel aRrwer ttian Cin cinnati ixVj-Tj!i j " ' ndlMisaleeipot an4 In. polis and CincTlniiitrlt'iiM" are run "by Yin. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. VARIETIES. : A lclacraic d iacovefi -H owta (ua. . btmiL ,into gQldi-mnrry a beireea.--.. ..r.. At Fort Kent, In Maine, ft ew tlayii'a!;ft' there Aub) six ioclica of snow. . ;; " .' A telegraph line iabont to be established, between Burlington and Keokuk. Mad. Eaby, a' distinguished cantatrice, died recently at I'aris, aged - thirty -seven yean. ' . . ; Neil Ward was burned to death at a fire in Portland, Maine, the other night. He" leaves a family. The lawyers of Lowndes County, Ala., have resolved to return all Northern claims uncollected.- - fH . If. " ft 1 1 ,, 1 1 1 . inenew-iviextcau voiunier uavevaKen r.08 20'0-00 Bheep Rnd Gall OO.'S o.- par, side, Coal ; rir. eight herders. In Georgia, when the Minute-men drill, it is said, they give, their gnu's to the negro Hares to carry lot tnem. . It is said that the Aurora Bank of Illinois, at the time of its suspension, owed over ?lw,uou to nepoBitors. Geo. Caldwell, a negro, who was a member of the Liberian Congress, is now steward of a hotel at Keokuk; Iowa. There are five men in the Poor-house at Iowa City, Iowa, whose respective age is 71, 70, 69, 6G, 64'Jrears. The tolls received on the New York nnd Erie Canal, this season, exceed, by four- or five thousand dollars, $3,000,000. Skepticism is very often the Jesuit of des pondency, an unhappy nnture doubting that can be which it most desires. James Knaggs, sr, died in Monroe, Michigan, recently. He was eighty years age, and served under uenerai tiaii. The Bordeaux papers say the French wines made this year will not bear sea voyages; they must be drank upon the spot. The number of sea-rroine vessels in the world is about 85,000, of which two-third3 belong to England and the United States. Madame Celeste was playing, at last ac counts, in a new drama at the Lyceum, en titled "Adrienne; or, the Secret of a Life." rourcicault, we see, is already embroiled in several law-suits in England. Perhaps considers it a cheap way of advertising. Tom Sayers has given up the champion's belt, though not without reluctance, and it UBS Deen lianaea over to me ouueyunugo Infant. Rosa de Vries, whom our music-lovers most favorably, made her debut in Berlin, as Norma, with triumphant suc cess. Sir Archibald Alison is severely criticised in the last number of Fraxtft Magatint bis gross plagiarisms from Adam Smith others. Virginia has a Personal-liberty Law even more stringent than those of the Northern States, about which so much complaint been made. Some of the tradesmen in Chicago issuing "shin plasters," in the nature of due bills, to supply the place of exchange with their customers. Ullman, the famous maettro, has retired fromthe New York Academy, on account his pecuniary losses, and aoanaonea operatic field. An orchardist in Alabama states Northern trees do not blossom with him April, while the native peach trees blossom iu February. The Sullnn of Turkey, it is said, in view his douiettic expenses and empty treasury, proposes to ' gut up a loau. no naa uetier go to bed alone. A young Swiss, Ernest Quortier,' strayed off from a hunting party, and two days' search, was found frozen to in the weeds. The amount of lumber surveyed at Me., the present year to December 1, year by 24,000,000. Charles Turner, a local Methodist preacher at Corning, N. Yn was arrested last for forging the name ef Bev. Charles drett to a large oraer ior dooks. Pnm fi-male virairoes. of Keokuk, attacked a house of doubtful reputation, dav last week, and drove the women occupied the premises into the street. Eaton Stone, the well-known equestrian, is now on ilia brother s larin iu lvunsas, training a lot of buffaloes to the ring, to ride one of thein. Colonel F. W. Lander, and his overland wagon-road party, have completed wagon-road couslderably within the sum $350,000 originally appropriate. A fire at a vinegar factory, at San some weeks ago, Bpread to a boarding house next door, ana a man named Murphy was burned to a cinder. and rm The Bank of Crawford County, Pennsyl vania, has resumed payment. The confidence is felt in the bank being able meet its liabilities. Prince Napoleon's proposed trip to eouutry appears to be fully decided lie will be accompanied by several men letters, professors and artists. . The skeleton of the famous Eclipse, by a veterinary anatomist, has been purchased for $500, for the Veterinary College of London. . . A feeble old man, D. Kelly, "was ia the breast by his partner. Donnelly, Sun Francisco, on the 1st of November, CHiifo be complained of the violence of IiniK-ie. A Woman Disgracing Herself—An Actress Cowhides Her Would-be Lover. f When women fttlempt to cowhide any of the opposite eer. tbey nn1lT disjrace themselves, and Torfclf whatever sympathy and feppect they milit before have had from gentlejrjpn. Such a couriPt too, generally periH' their, reputation,- "d prompts the wortrTtd b61ieyd a'ny'of the "Haughty things fhat'eaay havetiecn said of them.' An affair dpi his errt recently occurred "at Richmond, Yai.,;bctwccn"a young man and an. actress, whoin we pi'.jntore tfiaja we dphercowhided lover. A lpcal paper gives, this aceount of the Infatuation of the youth and tha-.cruel denouement: The vonno- man who'fiirnies mo?tnroml HVI'tljr Oil 14 UltT.ll . iouij l .."J aiii.ii, 13 1 1. cently from I'altiniore, anrl,- he himself says, lor me warn oi sorneiuiao; euja to uo, wended bis. way.' tof-tfreTheaier on Tuesday nicbt last. Stracfife t ' ear,-' aKhonirh the circumstance js por:.wholly without prtce derii. this vounir man soon became enamored of a yo.unjt Jinay who tnmie her appearance on the stage, tn&tilthotigh he had never ie foie seen Lcr. he was at onee convinced that "his fcajrt bad been captured that he was a TfcGrn to love at nmt.eilit1 I.ouing sight of the.iacl that we are not all aliKe susceptible, nd! that ia-lovp-arfttirs especially there must be two of the -earn yrv ef. thinking to der suecess certain, he dispatches a notcand portrait of himself, on Wednesday, 'to. the lady who of all others had, so filled. hla.Boul With the tender pasBion. ' ' The note went on to declare his passion In tlieimost ehinbatic and finambisuous term Hint be would attend the theater Wednesday "hlgjit; that hft would occupy a scat in the parquer, new the loouignts; mat ne would be attired in a black frockcont and block pants, and that efver all would appeafa large gray shawl; thai a pfctuTe'VOuld accompany the note, and .from ii she could, beyond mis take, establish the identity of hoc admirer; that as soon as the performance was over, he would be at the private entrance of the green room, and that it would be the happiest act of bis life to accompany her home. Unfortunately for the young man, the young lady be so much admired has a sister, and that sister has a husband. Thar were consulted, and armed the young lady thus insulted with a keen cowhide. The School for Scandal-, the play for the evening;, was over, and the trio' emerged from the building to enter a carriage. Faithful to his promise, there stood the young man, and as he was in the act of extending a helping hand to her who seemed to him moreaneelic than human. the lady met his advances with a keen cow hide, and proceeded-to apply it with all the vigor she possessed across the Bhoulders of the impetuous yonth. Becoming exhaustod, the scourge was transferred to the more muscular arms of her brother-in-law, who who used it with such a vim that a scuffle ensued, loud cries succeeded, and a brace of watchmen came np and transferred the bel ligerents to the watch-house, the ladies in the meantime proceeding home. r Miseries of an Actor's Life-The Vexatious and Profits of a Benefit in Paris. - if of he re member for and has are The Paris correspondent of the New Or leans. Picayune says of art actor and his benefit: Pcfor beneficiary I Overwhelmed with re proaches, tired to death, heels over head, nervous, sick, depressed, disheartened, he asks the treasurer of the theater for his ac count. A legend of supplementary expenses, which no imagination could have conceived, makes its appearance in formidable figures- extra lees to tne macnimsts, extra tees to ine musicians, extra fees to the chorus, fine for ending the performance after midnight, drayoge for scenery, copying music, pour boire to hack-drivers, and so on, on, on, on. The bills are settled, and then the bene ficiary says to himself, wiping his forehead "Thank Heaven, all is over now. I have run from one end of Paris to the other; I have lost a fortnight, in the course of which I have been able neither to play nor to rehearse; have caught a rheumatism, which will keep me in bed for at least three weeks; I have worked like a galley-slave; 1 have discon tented the public, and put all my comrades outlavith me: I have lost nothing by the benefit, for after all expenses are paid I have twenty francs' profit coming to me. Gads there's no room to complain after all, for might have been a deuced sight worse I" The beneficiary has scarcely these words out of his mouth, just as he is about leaving Urn theater, a "Please Sir." ereets his ear. pHe turns and discovers a bouquet, with half- a-dozen follows behind it. "Manor ex claims he, suspecting there is a snake lurk ing beneath those flowers, "and what may that be ?" "It is a bouquet, Sir, we have the honor to present to you. Don't forget the call-boys, please Sir 1" "You are very kind, vastly kind, my lads, and I am mightily obliged to you, 'pon my word I am here twenty francs for your bouquet, it's all made by my benefit I" of tne that till of who after death Ban gor, was week Lan- Iowa, one who in tending the of Fran cisco, Ths Value and Mods or Keeping Fbr rbts. A farmer, who knows their value, thus recommends these useful animals: "My fVrret-house is about three feet square, and two and a half feet high, with a double pitch roof; glass front for winter, and wire front for summer. The interior is divided by low partition, about six inches high, one de partment forming their sleeping-room, the other for their use when nature may The floor of the latter should have liberal supply of sawdust as an absorbing medium, as tne ferret nan a great repuguauco to lying in any filth. Their food may con sist of milk and bread; and scraps of meat if fed sometimes raw, will make them keen for animal food, and stimulate them against their old enemy, the rat. They should lurlv three times a dav. unless it desired to 'run them. In that esse must receive no tood lor at least twelve nours previous. . , nil, .1 -.1 ini1lr "Allow lUBUl picmj Ul ceii;iewoj juuuifc- ing them in their favorite service ot hunting rats, nnd you will greatly promote health, as well as cause them to be efficient. They are very proline breeders, having sometimes twelve or thirteen young at a litter, are easily raised, quite hardy, require but little attention. By gently handling them at intervals, they soon quite gentle, and may be used as among children without fear of injury. They can accommodate themselves to size of almost any rat-hole. The price ferrets ranges from $6 to $10 per pair." Dress the Expinhni of Women. Women are more like flowers than we think. their dress and adornment they express natures, as the flowers in their petals to lor 8 utmost to this upon, of pre served re cently new stabbed at be hil Some women are like the modest daisies and violets; they never look or better' than when dressed in a morning wrapper. Others are not themselves they can flame out in gorgeous dyes, the tulip or blushrose. Who has not women just like white lilies? We several double marigolds and poppies. are women fit only for velvets, like dahlias: others are graceful and airy, the azaleas. ' Now and then you see and sunflowers. When women free to dress as they like, uncontrolled others, and not limited by their circum stances, they do not fail to express their characters, ard dress becomes a form of very genuine and usefuL A little boy was suffocated in the of Brunimel's Mills. Manchester, on Tursdav, the falling br.in covenug I t'ote he iou'id cx'riiuta himself. The Peace of a Connubial Pair Destroyed by Wealth—Striking Instance of the Disadvantage of an Inheritance. A happy coup's in recently ¬ ited a fortune from anold uncle, and imme diately began to make a figure in society. A correspondent adds: Thev boNeht a handsome mansion In one of the most aristocratio quarters of Paris, and a valuable estate in the country. Ad verse as the last season has been, they were amonji a very few who spent it at a fashion able German Spa, and it has only been since the lit of September they have taken up abode at their chateau. A few, their most intimate friends were Invited to arnd the autumn with them, the recent death of their uncle forbidding them in the name of decency, from entertaining a large company, Bnt "short as is this period of time, it has proved sufficient under the operation of wealth to produce a complete chance in both of them.- it has banished gaiety-from them. It has damped their sprigHtlincss. It .has paralysed their con versation. She has Itmcome full, with a marked ten- dency to obesity; she talks of nothing but .millinery, mantua-making ana pnoiic secu rities; slio (who used to be a model of deli cate taste and simplicity) dresses in the most xtravn-gnnt manner-, and overloads liersell 'with jewels and -diamonds, and she changes her httire three times a dav. lie Used to be a rosy, healthy-looking sl losv. full of flesh and vnror he is lean. Dale. jnelsncholy He has become afraid of dy ing since he has grown rich, and spends most of his time over medical books "or in conference with some doctor or other, for Be hns three or four physicians in foe. The other day a child of one of his gardeners foil sick of the small-pox, he bad himself vac cinated instantly, and wished to force all his friends to follow his examole. Altbouith he hns been master of the estate only a fow months, he is already for selling it A poetical brook winds through the park, about a hundred yards from the house, and he hns taken it into his bead it is unhealthy, that it breeds rheumatism and chills. This whim has disgusted him with his country house, and nothing will do now but it must be sold. These people who were so happy in their mediocrity of wealth have become miserable. Every fall of funds, every piee of political news drives sleep from the wife's 1 i . . , . . . eyes; sue iooks lorwaru w tue rum ui uer estate as some thing imminent. Ever? change of wind, every variation of the tber monietcr, throws the husband into a fit of irrecoverable despondency. Wealth has de stroyed their happiness. 1 : I Tiis Management or Mncx. Of all meth ods of using muck, says the American Agri culturist, we are best pleased with it as an article for bedding cattle. This, we think the best and most rapid way of manufactur ing it into manure. In addition to the liquid manure and a portion of the solid which receives, it has the heat of the animal while lying down, and this, with well fed cattle, is a large part of the time. It has all the qualities of a good bed, dryness, softness, cleanliness, until it becomes saturated with urine, when it is time to throw it out and Eut in a new charge. An allowance of alf cord to the animal, will become satur ated in about two weeks, if the stall be oc cupied all the while. A correspondent aks if the muck Bhould be taken from the stable to the compost heap. or to the field for plowing in? Either is safe practice. We are governed entirely by circumstances, in the disposition of the muck after it leaves the stable. In the spring, durinp-the olantintr season, we fork it over. make it en fine as nossible. and plow it in. Nothing is lost by this method. If not wanted for immediate use, we remove with the solid droppings of the compost hean. where we mix it with two or three times its bulk of muck or peat. It under goes fermentation, and becomes a more valuable manure, we have no doubt, than that taken directly from the stables. The ammonia is moreequally distributed through the uiase, there is more of it, aud it is in much finer condition. But the labor handling is considerable. Whichevor course is pursued, we always think money is made about as fast as a farmer can expert, when he is handling muck. We are confident man who follows it up ten years, will come to the same conclusion. 1 it s I a re quire. a be is they PnopKR Construction or CidhrFiltrrs. The Scientific American says: "Take square or round wooden box, made of inch pine plank, three feet in diameter and foot four inches deep. Make it with a bot tom perforated with numerous one-quarter-inch auger holes, over which should De coarse hemp bagging. Now fill in the for eight inches, with pieces of charcoal (animalharcoal is the best, but it is about nut size, and on the top this place a four-inch layer of clean washed Sana, ana cover an wuu a coro mmp ima ging, and you have a cheap and good filter. Any number of such filters may be used, to the quantity of cider to operated upon, aud the tow cloth can be washed, without disturbing tb and charcoal. Before any cider is filtered through, pass a stream ot clear water the filter for fifteen minutes, so as to remove any fine, loose particle of charcoal that other wise would be mixed with the cider." A Parisian Jsst dy Merry Mistresses. A Paris correspondent says: A gay young fellow here has ended wild career by marriage. When his mistresses (there were four of them) of this they had printed aud distributed among the many companions oi meir this parody of a French funeral-ticket: 'MaaiUniea Amelia de St. Aniro. Gertrude Bochechouart, Juana de Fix, Marguerite have the regret of announcing to the cruel berenvement they have just met the loss of Viscount de , married the age of seven and twenty. Pray him." . . . their more and be come pets the of In their ana A Wild Giul in a Convent. A letter-writer observes: Among the pupils of the well-known de Sacre Coeur, here, is a young who was discovered, some years ago, ornttn of the Drome Mounts, France. had never known any asylum but tha woods; she was clad in miserable rags, fed onjroots and acorns, could climb trees as actively squirrel, and literally run as fust as a She could not speak, and fled man as if w.a h most dancrerous beast. A lady her and educated her. She still looks wild as a gipsy. . Haydon, the Abtist, and the Wealthy K,.m vum Piinr rlavdon (he that hix.s.in tails in his diarv of a visit to Grey, t0 pray my lord to encourage art, feel unless like seen know There the like holly hocks are by true ex pression brsn room Va, him how strangely the contrast between atmilr him when he ouiliea lut) uuubo reflected on the interview; how calm cool Lord Grey was, how comfortably fira o-lnwed in the orate, and bow snug library looked; the walls full of books, Moor softly carpeieu, mowmuun. nuocu-ui protected by thick curtains while trudged home, . his brain all on fire, nerves jangled, the winter's wind through the streets, a London fog envelop ing him. T Broke to Establish Himsblf in Ten Broeck, it seems, intends permanent establishment on the turf. We learn irons Jlttfs Life that he hired a bouse and stabling at Lambouruo, with tbe intention of training there tbe summer, and at Ktwuuiuct annus wiucr. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. POLITICS AT FEVER-HEAT IN WASHINGTON! INOTON I South Carolina Clerks to Resign—The Federal Treasury Repudiates—Falling Off in the Revenue—Southern Senators to Hold a Caucus—Peaceable Secession Declared Impossible —The President Sends More Documents to Congress—Almost a Bloody Conflict —Capture of Another Slaver with One Thousand Africans—A Banking Firm Refuse to Pay Any More for their Government Loan. it a a it a oF the a one laid box ex pensive,) o' ac cording be fre quently sand into his old heard sup pers Al bano you in at for . Paris Con vent girl in a She as a deer. he saw as New York. December 7. Tue Times s Washington correspondent says that the Clerks in tbc Department Irom boutn Caro lina have all decided to resign oi the 17th. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, was refused his pay at the Treasury yesterday, but on threat- the whole amount. Secretary Cobb is not to be found. -Parties holding large claims against the Government would take pay in Government stocks and securities, but are refused. The revenue this week is several hundred thousand dollars less than last week. Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, has written a letter to a friend, nrging calmness and delay in the secession movement, deprecating it, and urging a reconciliation and continuance in the Union. Bonham, of South Carolina, declined to appear on the Committee on Military Affairs to-day, and will resign his position on the first or next week, so he declared to-day. Mr. Etheridge, of Tennessee, declared that peaceable secession is utterly impossible, and out of the question, which substantiates Sen ator Hale's position. Tbe Southern Senators will hold a Con vention some time this week, and Mr. Crit tenden will make, he says, a great and Inst effort to save the Union. Tbe House Special Committee seems to satisfy nearly the wbolo of the Union men. Speakor Pennington is complimented for it. Senator Ivcrson was severely reproved to day bv Messrs. Crittenden, Douglas, Hunter and Humphrey Marshall, for his ill-advised sneech of vesterdav. . , i ne announcement oi ooumern mercuams that thev will not repudiate their debts, i ' ,i i: . i . ... v .nri ...... llaTlUf a ajuuu uuaui;uu vuci HUB ouu ouia lavorubly tor tuem. An intimate friend of Mr, Lincoln's, who left him within the past week, etttes that was assured mat no mcmuer ot nis cauiuet bad yet been determined on. All specula tions sent out from here are inspired by per sonal objects. r . . iL.l CI . TT 1 - A rumor is current 'lum. ocuaiur nuiuur will resign his position as Chairman of the finance omniuiee, uwiug to vim smie the treasury. He despairs of accomplishing any thing under the circumstances. Senator Wade will next week make speech, showing the impossibility of peace able secession; A caucus of Southern Senators and Rep resenatives was held last evening. This the first that has been held. Its object was to consider what action ought to be taken regard to the committee of thirty-three, and whether any of the cotton States will meet with this committee. There is a strong re pugnance among the Representatives of the live cotton States to meeting at all. No de cision, however up to a lute hour, had been arrived at Tbe Democratic Senators have not gone into caucus to select their usual committees, end it is doubtful whether they can com mand a majority ftt present in the Senate. It is understood that several members will refuse to recognize Mr. Douglas as a member of the caucus. The appeal of Mr. John Cochrane to-day to Mr. Hawkins, of Florida, not to decline lo serve on the committee of thirty-three, produced a deep impression. It was a burst of thrilling eloquence, and the applause the galleries attested tne sincerity witu which the popular heart cherishes the of the Union. Washington, December 6. The President sent to the House to-day, a very large mass of documents in response to a resolution the former session, from a cursory glan of their contents, it is shown that the co per annum of ths African Squadron, the year of 1843 to 159, was $384,001); cost for the present year is estimated $100,000, owing to the majority of vessels employed being war vessels. In the instructions to tbe flag-officer the African Squadron, the Secretary of Navy says: '"The United States does claim the mere hoisting of our flag to immunity to those who have no right wear it. Such a pretense would subject it degradation and dishonor, because it would thus be made a cover for piracy and other crimes of similar atrocity. But her citizens, who rightfully display it, are enti tled to absolute immunity and protection. You will, therefore, be prompt to prevent the search or detention of vessels of United States on the high seas, in time peace, by the armed vessels of any power; and should a. .vessel of the United States falsely assume the flog of any Among the documents from the State is a note from Lord John Russell, f i x i-i. i. .L i ..i v -i: to LiOru iiyons, wuicu me itvitcr, uy uireo tion, read to Secretary Cass. It is February last. L,ora jonn iiusseu says it is his painful duty to call attention to increasing activity "and success of the Blave iradc, cariied on on. the coasts of Africaund Cuba; and that it appears that the number negroes introduced into Cuba lr.3t year from 22.000 to 30,000; also, that United capital has been more and more employed .l.L . ti. 41. a ..A.laa e.ill ,i,.iln- ilia III1H L1I1111U. 111V UttlLlu B1H1 UHUI.I ...U icsn flag. He adds, the Governments France, the United States, Portugal killed Lord and tnero emu and the the the he his howling Ek OLAeD. a English has doring ue Brazil have co-operated with the Govern ment of Great Britain, with 4 view to en end to this deteatablo tratlic. ine of Spain has alone assisted screening and fuvoring this trade. The of the Spanish officials in Cuba notorious; tbey make fortunes there, and to Spain to glory in their ill-gotten treasure. In a letter from Secretary Cass to Dallas, dated March 31, 18(50, he there is much in the conduct of British of which this country may justly and certain reports and various warn us of the necessity of increased vigilance where the safety of the vast of our citizens upon the ocean brought iu question. Mr. diss plainly that the President has read with and dissatisfation certain British official which, in the judgment of Executive, are not supported by the advanced: nor are they compatible with respect which is due from one independent nation to anoaier. It further appears from these documents, that the British Government have frequently complained to our own about the Irarle; so Secretary Cass writes to Till..D In I li.ii.Kur la-t tf-i .a.iira l.nrd Russell that the Foreign Office has assured more than once before that diplomatic suggestions are as unnecessary they are unacceptable, and to express hope that this Government entertains similar appeals will not be again for this Government needs ho such representations to stimulate its actions, teach it its duty. The adjournment of the House, the request of Mr. Hawkins, of be Hissed from the service on the CoruiuiUee, was carded by a conservative vrt-. 1 . iii. d ti e House rcm iined longer in i I giony there would probably hive been other similar requests from Southern mem bers. Mr. Pnndas, thp Second-Assistant Post master General; hns been ill for two months put, and it still at borne, in a critical con dition. Commercial houses of New York and other cities haVe already ordered of the Postoffice DeD&rtment. advance of their distribution ar-iong the PostoRces, over one million of tb new rnled letter envel opes about to be issued, probably on Monday, with one-cent stamns attocbsjd. This has been done- with a view of taking advantage of the prevtlge of tee new inven tion and the irenera! curiosity reSDectiocr it. by inclosing their circulars addressed to the trade in these envelopes. Two Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. . - or a is in in of the at of the not give to to own the of other other De partment dated luai the of was States ia llna.. of Sugars vcrv duU and generally 6d. lower. aud Rice quiet. L'otlise steady. Tea dull. Spir New York, December 7. The p'-Aioer Asia, from Liverpool on the 24th u'U. rid Queenstown on the 25th, arri7ed here at half past five P. M. The Bohemian arrived at Londonderry on the 23d, and the Europa at Queenstown on the 25th. China The telegraphic advices are to Oc tober 1. Hostilities have recommenced in the North. Two skirmishes have teen fought with the Tartar cavalry, in which the latter were repulsed. Tbe Allied army was wait ing in a hostile attitude before Pckin. Ne gotiations were opened by the Chinese, but not in a supplicatory manner Italy It was reported that Francis II was seriously ill. having bbrst a blood-vessel. A steamer had been sent to Naples for physi cians. Chances In the Neanolitan ministry are reported. . Poreso had gained the Cabinet without a portfolio. It iB reported that the State Council will be soon convoked on important business. Victor Emmanuel was expected to go to Palermo on tho 25th. A deputation had presented him with the result of the voting f tt i - l .1. - r 1. .... in umunsnnu mo junicacs. The Piedmontose Parliament is to be con voked and forthwith dissolved, in order to be replaced bv an Italian Parliament. There are va?ue renorts that negotiations had commenced at PariB for the cession of Vrnitia. The Arctic exploring steamer Fox bad re turned from exploring tbe shores of Green land for tbe North-Atlantic Telegraph Cable. It is reported that the result is satisfactory. The Gulway Company is endeavoring to obtain a contract to carry the French mails via Galway. They offer to run weekly. The prospects are represented to be favorable. The official investigation into the loss of steamer Connaught is progressing. Tbe London Globe confirms tbe report that the Dnke of Newcastle will receive the vacant Order of tbe Garter. A French decree permits the exportation of iron ore free. There are rumors of a probable visit of Napoleon to England to meet the Empress at Windsor. The Paris Bourse was quiet and steady at 70f. 15c. The ratification of the new loan for Turkey by France is complete. Paris, November 25. Bourse firm. Rentes 70f. 3Cc. ' Walewski has succeeded M. Fonld as Min ister of Slate. The i'rniys that further modifications are expected. Liverpool Market Liverpool, November U. Cotton: sales to-day of 10,000 bales, includ ing 2,000 to speculators and exporters. The market is unchanged. Breadstuff's dull and unchanged. Ashes quiet at 28s. 6d.29s. for Pots, and 29s. 6d.30s. for Pearls. Sugar dull, and tendency downward. Tea firm. Rice in limited demand: Carolina 25s. 3d.2Gs. 6d. Fish-oils dearer Cod 3C37: Linseed-oil 30. 3d30s. 6d.; Olive firm and dearer, ilesin retails at os. 4d. ior common. Spirits Turpentine very dull: sales trifling at previous rates. Messrs. Richardson, Spence & Co., Bigland, Athya tt Co., Wakefield, Nosh k Co., and others, report Flour neglected, and American Cd. lower than on Tuesday. Prices range from 28 to 31s. Wheat quiet at a further decline of l2d. since Tuesday; red Western lls.Us. 10U.; Southern 12s. 4d.12s. lfid.; white WeBtern 12s. 2d.12s. 8d.; Southern 13(14s. Corn unchanged, but rather easier to buy; mixed and yellow 3838s. Cd.j white 4244s. Beef very dull and irregular. Pork with out material alteration: sales of prime new at 79s., and old at 56s. Bacon quiet. No Larh in first hands, and 70s. has been paid retail for fine American. Tallow quiet; Butchers' Association 683. 6d.59s. Cheese quiet but firm. London Money 3farkel Consols closed 93K93?8 for Money and 9393 for nccount. Erie Shares 3333J4; New York Central 7880. Tho firmness in tbe funds under the finan cial arrangement between the Bank of En gland and the Bank of France continued, and an improved tone prevailed. Tbe strin gency in the Money Market is Bteadily sub siding, and negotiations of good Bills are generally effected considerably below the Itank minimum, which continues at 6 cent. Tho weekly returns of the Bank Enplnnd show an increase in Bullion 42,320. A tall in American railway securities took place in Loudon on the 23d. The Eutopa reached Liverpool on the 24th. London Market November 24. Messrs. Baring Brothers report the trade depressed by continued large arrivals of foreign Wheat; w hite American C4(jiUCs., red 60G4a. Iron steady at 5 10s.5 15s. for and rails, put Uov ernment in cor ruption is re turn i' s Turpentine quiet at 3tis. Cd. Tallow quiet at CDs. Cd. on the Spot. Linseed Cakes demard; New York barrels 11 153.12: Boston, in bags, 1011 153. Sperm dull at 102s.; Linseed steady at 29s. 8d. . At Manchester the state of trade is recov ering from the depression of Tuesday, business is becoming more general at rates of that day. Important from Texas. com plain; occur rences inter ests is says rep resentations, the facta the ' Nsw Ori.ianb. December 1. Mr. Stewart, member of the Texas Legislature from Gon zales, has issued a circular, in accordance with the resolutions of the public meetings held in that place, inviting the members tbe Legislature to be in Austin on the Monday of December, to hold an extra to call a State Convention. Governor Houston promises to resign the people demand the convoking of Legislature. , , , Hoistinir the Lone-star flag in the throughout Texas continues, and the people have united in resistance to Lincoln 1 Fire at Patriot, Indiana. Jrttin been certain as Patbiot, Ind., December T. The dwelling house of Dr. W. M. Watt, formerly the son Collegiate Institute, was uurnea this morning. Loss (8,000. No insurance. Suspension of a New Jersey Bank. repeated: or to Nsw Yoke, December 7-The Cataract City Bank of Paterson, N. J., closed doors Monday. The loss on bills will be if any thing. Missouri Electoral Vote. Hclfct Msa- St. Louis, December T. The Collect of this State met at Jutferson . n W cunesdny, sd cs.it the vote of Missouri ft,i Diua'iOiSBddoUbfiJO. . , HATES OF ADVERTISING- TUIVIVCffJ, O.OJ9XX. Adrertiim-nts no exceeding Ave Mnat Carat.) ! One lnertto f 39 I 0 lmrtlnns..8t 0 Ail UiMrtioaa.. 1 00 Itt tnartloaa. J Mrgoi advertisement Inserted at tha following iiu. per i-j - n m va nnea I One tnearrlna. 8 00119 tnaartKma... Each additional. B5 I IH Inmrtione... 8 iBMrUoBB.. 1 19 I 4 i Insertions.. . 8? JOB l'HINTINO Is all Its branebaa done with aeatnaaaj and dlspatek; SEWING MACHINES. IVnEElER & WILSON'S SEWING lIACIlINEI FBINOIFAL OFFIOI, HO. n W. FOTJRTH-STRRETs ITVAHICH OPKIIA HOTJ8KJ CINCINNATI, V orrn to tttf ttu.to ttw TV Wheeler A Wilaoa Hewing Machine, with nan. sortairt Imrovementa, and to meet tbe demand lb good, low-priced Family Machine, hare Introduced HEW BTTLB, worklngnpon the same principle, aaMs malting tha earns etltcb, tmongh not so highly ga . fehcd.at FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS. Ths eloganos, speed, nolsoleaaneaa and sfmpllottyeg ths Machine, ths beacty and strength of stitch, fee ing AL1KI OK BOTH SfDKS, iDlPOSSlblS SO rsTSl, SMsl ' lea ring ao chain or ridge am tnsajnder side, tba con em y of thread and adaptability to tha thickest or thinnest fabrics, has rendered this ths most saas oeaaful and popular Family Bowing Machlaa nave ; mads. At our various offices ws soli at Nsw York priasav and give tastrnotions, free of charge, to enable para' chasers to tsw ordinary seams, hem, fell, allt, gather, bind and tack, all oa ths same machioo, BBMt . warrant tt for three years. Bend or oall for otrcnlar containing fail prtien lars, prices, testimonials, etc. ' Wm. Sumner & Go. Liai7-ayJ gtNGRR'9 8E WING-IHACHINBS COMMERCIAL BUTLDINO, Corner of Fourth and Raoesta. CINCINNATI, OHIO. How is it Singer's Sewing-machines are nnirsraw ally used for manufacturing purposes? The ptaia, reason why, is: Because they are better, more dura ble, more reliable, capable ef doing a much greatssr variety of work, and earning mora money than ass other Machine. Tho publto are reepeetfully Invited to oall and ex amine Singer's new Transverse-ahutle Maohlna, far ' family nas. pmoB $00. - This Machine ia highly ornamented, easy to oper ate, and is the very best and cheapest Machine ia the market. JAMES 8KARDON, Western Agent for Singer's Sewlng-machlaa. fnoM DONT BELIEVE IT! YOIT H B AH TOTKHUMTU TT Mtiios iT that tha WILCOX 4 GlBlftf FfiWIMr-MACHlNKS make work that will mat at And th t?t of wear don't yon believe thm, bm& examine for yoiirselres, anrl a&k thoao who, froim exnerienoe. are able and willing to toll the trail about them and the work the do. The MaohtD are warranted for three, yearn, and the work rod I teach ever body to o Derate the Machine, free ' of charge, If they will call at the General Atrnaey Office, In the second etory of Oar lisle BaUding corner of Fourth aud Walnut-Ate., (Mnclnnati. , dl-cm V. W. BONDKRLIN, A gelt, ' on thm is warranted to last eoual to that made on any other machine. Priee of Machine, 9:15. W win 1 UNION MANUFACTURING CO. .. .. .. Successors to tbe Sloat Sewing-machine Co., Of Philadelphia, Pean., and ths LESTER MANUFACTURING COUP ANT, Of Richmond Va. rantcrr-Ai, westkrx salsa-boom t No. 63 "West Fourth-ate WHERE THE DIFFERENT1 STYLES of the Celebrated Elliptic Lock-etitoh FAMILY SEWING-MACHINES, And ths well-known Manufacturing BhutUa Ma cliinoa of the Sloat and Lester Companies, Will be kept on Exhibition and Bala, Also, Maedlea, Hummers, and Varts for botk make of machines. Agents wanted, to whom a liberal discount will be allowed. Address UNION MANUFACTURING CO., Do2.tr 63 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, O. SEWING MACHINES. TERPSICHOREAN. at Mr, & Mrs. Shank's DANCING ACADElVlY.fS; NEW INSTITUTE BUILDING, Corner of Tine and Center, del-tfl ' ' onrur. BKTTNIOal. MESSR. Lll'B A PALM All will sire a tvuml Ball a PIIIL Ball at MONUAY EVENING!, las- . Metropolitan flail oemoer m. 1'ICKETS - ONE DOLLAR. Flook Managers Capt. A. Hunter, 1). Beale, B. Went, Lewis A. Allen, Frank Magg, B. Johnson C. Uracil, 8. Z. Byington. O. B. WETHERBY, Chief. Music by Mentor's Band. nnM-tt MUSICAL. THE OPERATIC TIOUQUlCT. ia Oil j and the of third ses sion if the towns Ad ministration. Jack aown its in considerable, City. ACOIXECTION OF flTARTETTK. ChoriiM-e and Concerted Pieces from faverit. : Operas, arranged for choirs, classes, societies aud . social gatherings, hy Edtt ta Bruce. A new book ef ' great merit, elegantly liound in cloth. Price n . receipt of Vi lilt b it will be mailed, post-paid. JOHN OIlUUCH, JB., dej 60 West Fourtli -street. 1 i GOLD-MEDAL PIANOS -THE BE8T , IN AMEBIC A. htcck gaanrl finipe's.V New York! IlanMn'a, fr'S.c ""J . of kcw York, and Brining A Bro.'s, h1fl l"n of Ciiicinnatl-celebrattid ttrst-claaa l 3 U l V Double Grand Action, tiijuare Grand ... . . : aud Concert Pianos, proneameea oy uisia, xaas- berg aud other greet firing artists the boat In .a- , iiteuce. Every Piano wurraulcd for ton year, sua kept in tune for three years. Old Pianos takes ua , exchange. Pianoa to lot, from tH to tlS per quarter. 1 irat-f fane M uaical Instruments of all kluda selilus , at balf-pilce. Pianos, Molodeoos and other inu aical Instruments timed and repaired thoroughly. Best sielotiMoua in the city. Io not buy or rut a . l'ianoer Mt-lodeua until yon have called and a Lmiti J ll7bo,e. BBITT1NO a BBO., r Piano and Mi lodeon Makers and Dealera, and ! porters of MuaioaJ Instruments, 'A-AY Wist Fdtta- : St., south side, uear Plum. no. II ETAlIi GROCERY CARD. h . O. Bogar.... Preaprvlna do. Crushed, P.v.dered, .8, , ine I Table Bait, per bsg. ...luvao 1 syrup. hi" 1 noil ..tea ' -A. as., run .hhhZm. Borduaux Plums...., ao. -nnhemian Prunes...... lAu. Turkish Prunes .. lwa. SMidloa. KuUlus....USo. Hunch Kaialus.... .10. Smyrna ITiks..w. Wo AtnkoadJ toicny mo. Loaf an. tsnan'd lie ZauU Currants Bio CoS,i.-.15. MVie Leghorn citron Java t"nlto.. ......IS, Y.H. Tea .60, At), duo O. P. and Imp. do so, soc Black do.. 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