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Mm eetnmelr low prie f
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Mm ov Mn,rw. -Single tnt, 9 ) om
nth, 4o. thra. months, SI i on year, 81.
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1 ro rletor ; O. X. SMITH, Stage Manager i J.
I, HtaaxaT, Tieasurer.
r BINXFIT OF MISS BTJBAN DENIM.
THIS F.VKNIN0, Jan. 2a, will be presented th
' Sensation Li ama " entitled
Oa, A Divinxn Bull ahd a Divipio Haitd.
Bom Elmer, Miss Susan Dentn; Col. Hasting, Mr.
Lsnagen Albert Halting., Mr. Mortimer; Fer
dinand Caaslnova. Mr. Chanlint Thngsan. Mr,
Sheridan i Duke of Bareslelgh, Mr. Harris ; Sir
Vincent Leeter. Mr. Sol Smith, jr I Iaura, Miu
H. Kadollflei Fatty Ferkln., Bis. uennam.
Song" Manetllalee" - Mis. Susan Benin
To conclude with the laughable Farce of
THE WIDOW'S VICTIM.
JrrrT Clin, with Imitations of Mist Cnshmen. Jas,
W.lla-fc. ir.. and Smart flobson. Mr. 0. Hale!
Jane Chattel ly, In which nbe will recite the
union lag, Miss Susan I.nln.
1n rehearsal, a aew Drama, entitled HA TALX
OF 1WO ClTIKS" dramalictd from the work of
Charles Dickens, Esq.
Noriot-Ttwa CrtANOtD. Doononen at H to 1;
performance will commence at ?t past 7.
OOD'S THKATRH.-1,KSSKES AND
, Atanagen, ham blih a anwAans.
SPLENDID 0 0 MP A NT.
rierre Marcean..,.. Mr. W. H. Hamblin
Joaephln... ......................... MIm Virginia Howard
............ .... M MM
BTAB-SP ANGLED BANNER.
.......Mr. B. M. Irwin
..Mrs. W.lth Edward.
, Monday, a new Local Play.
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N I O N
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE BUILDING.
ENGAGEMENT Or THX AMERICAN
Acrobatic and Gymnastic Troupe
Thlt oelebrated Troupe will glr. three of their
" " ' Tor the Benefit of the
OF TBI CATHOLIC INSTITUTE,
Friday and Satardar ETcn'gs, at 8 o'clock,
and Saturday Afternoon, at !iX o'clock.
aW Ticket, of Admission, 33 cents; Children,
10 cents. Ja39-b
8 T EI t 8,
' O O D ' 8 m I N
Vine-st , between Vonrth and Fifth.
The proprietors hare mad. an engagement with
the above oelebrated Band of Minstrels for two
weeks, who will make their first appoarance on
MONDAY EVENING, Jannary 91, lttei, and giro
a yariety of amusing and Interesting performances.
For particulars, sea small bill.. Admission, as be
fore, only 10 cents ; Orchestra Seats, 'JO cents.
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rrBE OPERATIC VIO
1 1ON BOOK Containing Thorough Instruc
tion., ano a large yariety of Operatle and other Mu-
lia, ny m. 11. aiaj
In fanr thm VitAin. hv M. IT. ll&v. This work is in.
tended for persons who wish to obtain a satisfactory
aegree oi pionciency in in snui v ioiid piajri-a,
but who nan not devote many honrs to daily prao
'tlce, and u sepeolally recommended to such a. a
ystem that will- lead to the acquirement of all
necessary inf rmation in a short period of time.
Sngrarings, illustrating the mechanism of th. vi
olin and th. correct positions In playing, from
Bpohr's celebrated Method, accompanying the work.
Price tl. on receipt of which it will be sent, pout-
aid. JOHN CHUBCH, JB .
66 West Fourth-it,
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of Cincinnati-celebrated first-class
wl.UHIlfc'l""l"H - . , -
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berg and other great firing artist, the beat in ax.
lstence. Every Piano warranted for ten year, ana
kept in tone tor thro. yean. Old Pianos taken in
exchange. Pianos to let, from le to 115 per quarter.
Ytrst-clae. Musical Instruments of all klads selling
at kalf-prioe. Pianos, Melodeoas and other mo.
.ical instrument, toned and repaired thoroughly.
Beet Melodeons In the city. Do not buy or rent
Piano .r Melodeon until yon have called an ex
mined the above. BRITT1NG A BBO.,
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porters of Musical Instrument, i7 Wast Fifth
I at., .oath .Id., near Plum. no
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Saturday, January 26.—No. 4.
Aldrlrh Anna J 2
Allen Mlrs Hell
Andereon Mrn Krvzle
Armstrong Miss Maggie
Fronsnn Mrs Alice
Bnmwrll Mrs Ann
lire ea Miss Caroline
llrck Mis KliMhrth
Itacbman Mrs KHza
Brondnrx Mrs Rllsa
Baker MIfb Ennlc
Bailey Mrs K It
Booth Mrs Hannah J
Black bnrn Mis J
Bailey Mrs Ida M
Brifrm "lias Llrai.
Bassett Mrs 8 J
Care Mrs Ann O
Cor Mrs Ann
Conahan Mis Ellin
Castler Mies Klira 1
t.'orbin Mrs Klizabeth
Carter Miss Ma B
Oooper M in. J' nny
Crawfus Mra Henrietfa
Carter Miss Harriet A
Drre Miss Addle
Poty Miss Annie
Dixon Antoinette 3
Dykins Mine Anna
Delany Miss Bridget
Daniel Mrs Bettie
All.n Mrs M J
Anderson Miss Nannl. B
Antony Miss Susan
Brachman Miss Msr
Bine Mrs Meljesa
Burns Mini M J
Barger Miss Mary J
Barr Miss Mary
B'han Mrs Michael
Byrnes Miss Margaret
Bruin Mrs Maria it
Baker Mrs Mary
Bacon Miss ParthenlaS
Benzennoder M las Busi. O
Bowne Mrs t3arah a
Bnrpe Mrs Snleah
Bradley Mrs W P
(Jlementt Mn L W
Chappelle Miss 0 A
Carney Miss Margaret
Cloohan Mrs Maroella
Cassidy Miss Mary L
Corhln Mrs M J
Carley Mrs Mary
- Coalmao Miss Maggie
Campbell Mrs 8
Cost Miss Sophia
Curtis Mrs T J
Pnhach Mrs Emma W
DeWittMrsG V 113
Denton Mr. Jennie
Dlttenha'er Miss Marg
Dorland Mrs Mary
Demarest Mn Martha
Deuraw Mrs jn &
Demmlng MrB Martha A
DufHeld Mrs 8 H
Day Mrs T8
Device Mist T
Kills Mrs Mary J 1
Elite Miss Susan
Ely Mis. Susie D
Frey Mrs Lavlnia
Forster Mrs Laura M.
Farley Miss Libby
Frenoh Mrs M J
, Foster Mint Mary A
Fisher Miss Nancy
Fisher Mrs Konald
Follensbee Mra B A
l liun Mist 1'eliua
Grosvenor Mis. L H
Gardoer Miss Litr-ie
- Garroutte Miss Lizzie
Graham Miss Thomasenla
Griffin Miss Mary
Guild Mrs Mary H
(jens Miss Nettie
Hemp Mist Josephine
Harper Mrs Jennie 11 is
Hanover Mrs J 0
Harrison Miss Kate 0
Harvy Mrs Laviula
Hardy Mrs Lucy G
- Hoover Miss Leena
Henderson Miss Lizzie
Hazlewood Miss Lizzie
Hacker Mixa Mary
Hallam Miss Matilda Z
Donogh Miss Ellen
Davit Mrs Kdmond
Klliott Mist Elizabeth
Folley Mir. Annie
Felton Mrs A
Finch Mis. Achsar
Fuller Sirs Annette
Finnev Mrs Elizabeth
Fish Mrs Ha' ford
Karnsworth Mrs H H
Fuller Mrs Dr J M
Fry Mits Katharine
Fr.zer Mrs Kate It .
Gest Mist A H
Goode Mrs BP
, Grsterick Mrs K
ririffith Ml.. Ellen
Goode Mrs Hannah J
' Good Mrs Helen M
Gregg Mrs Julia (
Hodges Mrt Anna R
nnnliHi Milts AriaS
Herron Miss Anna 11
Hulick Mies Anna T
Hagarty Mrs Anna M
Hodgson Mrs Bell
Hind Miss Bell
Hull Miss Clara P
Harris Mr. C V
Huston Mrs Charlotte
liurtim Mm Charlea
Hitchcock Mis carottner nooas mn, waucy
Halleran M iss Ellen Hartlng Mine Rena
Hudson MissKHza Henderson Miss Sally
Harriot Mis. Eliza Hoben Mrt Sarah
Huntley Mits Harriet Hubbell Mrs Sarah
Hipparchus Mrs Aorbenialline Miss Ballle L
Hailey Mrs Virginia A
I and J
Jennings Miss Bate
jaqutsn miss aiary
Jones Mrs Mary
Jenkins Miss Mary
Harden Mrt Jennie
Jones Mn AHrs A
Johnson Mrs C H
Jones Miss Eliza J
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t..u -...... Mpa Wlisaheth Jam, MIhs Murv
Ives Miss Helen 8 lalot Mis. Virginia
Kaufman Mitt Cornelia Kearney Mil. Marf
Kelly Mrs cairertne aiu mail
Kinney Mre Kllzabetn
Kendall Mis. flora
Lawrence Mis. Abb?
Llnck Mr. K A
Leiss Miss Elise
Lord Mrs Eliza B
Lucy M iss Helen 2 .
Love Miss Jo. B 3
Montague Mrt Anna
Marsh Miss Amelia '
fv all.. Annia
Montague Miss Bettle
Moore Mr. Amanda
Mayer airs Barbara
ni i ..a ail., iiae i.
Minims Mr. tllen O 2
Keen.n Mr. Mary
Kain Nanoy F
Kendall Mrs Susan
Latrob Mil. Mary
Lapp Miss Margaret
' Lloyd Mil Mary '
Lions Mrs Mary
- Lackey Mist Maggie
Mnrpby Mn Dennit
Miller Miu Mary
' Mooney Mlse Martha
meaaer miss L,yaie
Moors Hi., M
Mowrer Mils Margaret
Morns miss maiym
Miller Mis. Rebecca A
Moss Mrs Sarah. X
Mass Mil. P
McGinnLMnAnn McDermott Mist Sarah
McCarthy Miss Kat. A MoDonald Miss Lizaie
McMullin Mias Alary AnnMcFaun Miss E J
McD.be Miu Emma J MoCuueMn Joseph B
McNulty Miss McOabe Mr Catherine
Newklrk Min A M
Newton Miss Belle
Nealy Mi.s Jeuuie 2
Owen. Miu Mary
Pcrrln Mn Amanda H
Nelson Mn Mary A
Northrop Melissa B
O'ConntU Mn Julia
Phillies Miee Boll 3 Putnam Miss Lydla
Porter Mlfs Catharine L Penny Mrs Maria
P.trl.h Mrs J G
Parker Mrs Jane X
Pattison MifeS Jennie
Patlison Mn Margaret
Boll Miss Abigail
Roberts M ra Catherine
Bodcher Mrs Aunle 8
Ray Miss Alice 2
Rush Mrs Evllna
Rnlih Mn Kite
Ray Miss EmmaJane
Pabodie Mrs William
Perkins nra naran
Parham Mn Susan
Redman Mn Henrietta
Huberts Miss L A
kiddle Mrs Maria
Beddich Mrs Mary M
Bay Miss Kmma jane rn.ua
BoLeru Mra Elizabeth B Redman Mrs 8 L
Bylvaa Miss AUc .
Sullivan Miss Hanorg
Uri..oUr Mit. Jtti.ni.
Bcwlshlnger aira aiaxbua pinus.r wi. m u.'
Sheehan Hiss Mary
Robinson Mis. Susan
Bimmoni Mies Alio
Sanborn Eleanor X
Bwar Mlw Elisabeth
Spencer Mrs Hannah
ten mra J u
Spesn Miss Matilda
Stewart Mrs Virginia
Shaw Mrs Wm Al
Buiger alary a
Sheehan Hiss Margantl
Scott Miss Louisa
Sbebert Mrs W in
Spencer Mra Belli
Button Mrs Sarah A
Smith Mn f
Smith Miss Lon
Taylor Mrs Catharia. A Thomas Mia. Alio J
1 runnel mtasllarrtel
Bmlth Mn 8
Smith Mr. X
Timanu. Mra Jane 0
Tj lor Mr. on.
Vole Miss Barak X
Warren Mn Amelia X
William. Mia. Carrie .
Weart Mra Klitabetb
Ward Miss Ere D,
Wright Mn Jennl
While Mre I L
Tics Miss Joels
. Trew Miss Lucy
TrimbaU Mn 11
Wilson Mis. Am.lle
Williams Miss EliA
Wright Miss X
White Mra Klixabstk
W aiuright Ml.a Jau
Whiten Julia M
Westbrook Mra Matilda Wllklusot Mr. Lonls
W llson Mr Mary ," " oie
Wilson Mrs 8 kleanorB Wall Mrs Ihomae
Wuoder Mus Bailie M Williams Mise Belli
Wkhmann Mra Eugenia , .
A'.ry A S Anthough JrahkAlexander
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Anns A AmliugmalerH Appleg.ie.
Aimhenhaugh BAlosanJ.r John A lea M Vf
A AtkluUenryA Allen LT
A yets AOs , .AullJacub Ackereoun
Aarou Albert Afukgate Beury X .
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PrownSsmno! Itntcher John Banmoarfen H 4
Brown J It Buxterjame. BorotnannJ
Brown Nat W BellJamos Berry H
Br.wn 8 A Co Brwtm John I Bra.lford Col I, J
jirown'innmaa lllae .fames 11 ltnrttes Michsel
Brown George Brsdy John Byrne Matthias
MPnry uiaRwooa iien-iiarim j n
Baldwin A tiD Babbitt ft H
Baldwin CarltonBeani Jnsenh W Bratniett Olt-er
J Black John Ball Klre
BowenBolmet Bojce James W Bndd Piter
i. Hfaecii jaaner '.aieewnson
But nett, Drake A Poyce Henry Brewer T
Co Baner Ludwig Bishop Wra H
BcdnawsVI A Betts Aaron Barnes Thnma.
Bradley 01 Babcork A I Bradford Wm
Berryhlll A 8 lieiiow B Berry i neooor.
Hrl.hnmACo Butler E 8 Barnett W W
Batirork A In BradlinryGO llnrk Thendars
fiersol Bamee Geo Bryan DrThosN
Barlianehon Bancroft Geo H 2Rradfird W K
BerkhlmerC Bium Geo
Bun Antony Br.ndis Krnest
Bard Archiliald Burget Laniel
Btadfurd C T
Blair A F
Bailey A K
Brooks Dr J H
Baddrke J U
Bak- r F W
Bentler F. 11
Burrows W P
UrailloT W It
Bohrer Frank MBetkerWmA Co
Burgees Geo W Bucknell Thus
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Baumer F K
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CauRhran G W
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Colomy 8 P 2
Cook W A
Cm in A 1 Crnhh J
CoxAbner Conal lev John
Calkins Ashley BCnsey Ilasner 1
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Conner Berton ACochran John
Warman Cushing John AOassidy Wm
Cnnningham BWUohn Jacob
Charlton CAS Clansin Isaac
Cowdrey C A Corley John
Curry Alex X Clarkson John
Canftold, Ficky A'asey John
Co Carver Henry
Chapman A O Chnrch John B
Candict WooleyACarr John
Co Coff n H W
Curran Dr Fd Cumer John
Crosby Edward Caroll M 0
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Carey 8 MS
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Dater Durham Howard DeWolf 8
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Kneel Frank Kastoa H K
Kwing Evan F.ngllihjrM
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Fields Charles J Frita Rev G Flint H S
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FollettDE Fryer John Foster L R
Forman Bro. Fowler John Fader Lewie
Falrley Alexan-Feser John Frost 0 J
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Teltman Hvram Fulling W
Ferdon Joseph Frost Thome.
Fisher J Kile Wm G
French Jame. WFe.ter W
Fitzgerald John Fisher William
Grilling Frank Gillen Peter
Gilham John Greem Reeom
GilsonJohn Ooeddell PhilipH
Orubb. Dr John GilmoreSsndford
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Howells Vdwin DHoward Joseph
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Holdermeter OeoHaee John K II 111 Sam
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Hubbert Daniel Hyland John P
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Harrison David CHawklns J li Harry WO
UarleyDantel Herronjohnal Haner W B
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Jinkin. Edward Judge J F JinklmJohn
J, rdan John Jordan Oliver 0 Judk O E
Jolly W M Jacobs W Jackson Sidney
JacksonTheol't JJohn W Jones Jasper
Jones Joshua Jonel John B Jones Geo w
Jones Martin Jones Mark ' Janet Thome
Johnson William Johnson Tho
Kelley William Knribner A
K limey Cyrus ivaoie uuaa 11
Keizer Geo W Kane John
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KennettJohu A Krummer Jacob Kreis John
Kemper Harvey neatny micnaei averr ju. a
Eeilln Oscar Kroth Tho
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Keenan J as
Leery Cornelius Lean Jas Lennon
Love A Hawkins Lowry John F 2 Lowrr Samuel
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Lewis J C
Little MartlnVBLathrop 8 D
LnYier Michael Lewu T u
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Mayer Chas 8 MoranJohnB E
Murphy Corn. Malone Jae MonogueL
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Mayer A F M ichael loteph
Meyer Che Woeoer Joseph
Mithelberger MrMyers Jesse
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Moore A Horner Miller John
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Tucker Geo W Taiton O TbaekerHoraceK
Tteadwell John PThacker Dr J A Tanner H
Towne Joseph M Thurber James NTlernau Peter
'lonle ihdii.i Tucaernmu lutue nm
Toucher camuel J
UnderwoodByronUnderhlll Geo A
Van Pelt D 8 Vanghaa Geo Varwholz J H
Van Emon Sam
Wheeler WB Warner T D A CoWolf Alfred
Wiiiun Wllll.t.aAF Waters A Fox
W atson SN Williams Wm L Woodbury DBA
Watson Andrew Williams wm u ix
Warren Joseph W llllamson Wm Willard Frank
Wnv.T.lnlm I. Willi. m. WO WllwUlliS
Weaver Dsn William. Dr Waterman SDDr
W..T.r V.tl Wr ahl f has (1 Waluron U A
White FrankR Wll.nn Jnhn Rns-W ailing Geo R
White Jno sell Wallace David B
Whit. Km Mn. Wrioht Jnhn E Wuolf David
Linn Wright John H 2Woo JosoohS Dr
WnrnerPH Wright W U . Waltrlng Henry
Weasel John 0 WatkinaM Windwalt. W P
WinstleJohn Watts Lewit ill
Wurthlnctiin J WllkersonMN Wlgbtman SamI
Womsley Henry Willmer Lucas Wheaton 8 J A
Wa hington Jas Wolrl L o
Webb John Warks Richard FWickllne F O
Waggoner H H Woodson R Ware Thos W
WeilTerJnhn Webber RlchardWInters Wm
Winters Henry F Wesson Robert West Sam
Wallace Jns Wading Srdus Whltely Wm O
WIezner MarquleWintcrs Wm H
Tonng Nathan LTonng Thome. Toung B
JOHN L. VATTIER, P. M.
Tbe City Railroad of Philadelphia paid
$C32 tolls last ween. - ,
'Vfho cares to know the pedigree of a Lon
don sausage ?
A round of 'pleasure sometimes renders it
dimcult to make things square.
The expenses of the city of New Orleans,
tor ihui, are estimated at $j,uuu,uuu.
If falsehood paralyzed the tongue, what a
aeaiu-ux.0 iieui;o wutuu ljvivbvub suvioji
When two gentlemen tight a duel, each of
them is a man alter tne otners own neart.
- Ii the schoolmaster is still abroad,' why
does be not come home and educate tne ig
TTnllv Rnrincrs. MtsS.. was lighted with eras
recently. The whole State is lighted in the
Why is a selfish friend like the letter P
Becauae, though the Arst in . pity, he is the
last inueip, -.-..'-n tc: .-'
As soldiers in the march of life, we may
never learn to mark time, but time never
fails to main us.
'When is the letter L like a piece of unpar
alleled generosity ? When it enables a lady
to make over a lover.
Did you ever know a woman that would
not think yon intelligent, if you said her
children were pretty r
Your cabman is the most astririne of mor
tals : no matter what his rank may be, be
always looking for a mre,
Throneh the influence of the Emperor and
EmpreeB, shops in Paris are now shut
Sunday to a great extent.
Lime manufactured during the last year
at Rockland, Me., foots up 899,460 casks;
increase 01 ov,ooo casus over 1B3.
Quandary-If a person catch hold of your
ear, and demand if he has the wrong pig
the ear, would you answer yes or not
The announcement ot a personal biogra
phy of Beethoven by an American amateur,
f . 1 u in i'nni.j
Ha CACllCU. UlUVU B.wuuuu uugiouv.
Two burtrlars were fired at, and badly
wounded, as they were trying to burst open
Tomlinson & Son's store at Baton Gouge,
Some vandals in Philadelphia, went
two marble yards the other night and muti
lated several thousand dollars' worth of stat
The amount of coal annually taken
mines in this State is estimated by the Com
missioner of Statistics to exceed 2,000,000
The last Connty Court of Northampton,
Va issued bonds to the amount of $5,000,
arm tbe people for resistance to Northern
invasion. . .
A man, named James Itson, on board
vessel at Fredericksburg. Va., fell against
stove on Wednesday night, and was burned
to death. '
Another monthly shilling: maeazine is
be issued in London, under the conduct
Dinah Maria Mulocn, tne autnor oi
Saturday wag the coldest day experi
enced in Quebec, U. Jfi.. this winter.
thermometer at the citadel stood at
A street water-main burst at Bridgeport,
Conn., the other day. It tore up the frozen
ground and smashed tbe windows or a
The publication of the Kingstree (S.
iSfar has been suspended. The editor,
and printers have all taken up arms
the service oi tne state,
Th amall-nox Is prevalent in Montreal,
Canada, to an unnsua) extent. It is creating
a panic, and a large number of persons
A bill hag been introduced in the
of North Carolina to repeal so much of
Constitution of the Senate as prohibits
raelites from holding omce,
VnrlisL the nronrietor of the celebrated
...... I r;iilnn Library in London, took
mioaaei ':" " iViil3i ir,-.., ,1.
rill nr. ol .11 o hi- t J - -v -'
Jfetherland for his subscribers.
A entemrjorarv. SAVS the Louisville (K-
wood T S
f m i
Journal, speaking of ax-Secretary
thanks Uod lor tue ex. tervauu; um
worth 100,000 bank-bill Xi to the country.
A ItttlA bnv who persisted in swlneinir
the front of a street car, at bt. Louis
Friday, fell under the wneeis, wmcn
over bis bead Deiore tne urivor cumu
Ona nf the Lcwell ( Mass., ewDoratlons
made a sufficient profit, in the purchase
large stock of cotton as tne recent tow
10 pay luttir wnoie aeuii-euiuuaa wviusuu,
A. fire consumed Ue millinery-store
Hiss Turner, in Hudson, it. I., on
morning. The five female inmates, all
at the tune, escaped 1b their night dresses.
Pmnnaltlnns are before the City
of Philadelphia to rearrange the locations
the steam and hand-engines, and to
tore proposals to extinguish nres oy
British Views of Secession in the Untied
The London Saturday Review of January
5 tajs :
We see that some unscrupulous partisans
of the Federal Union are contributing to th
American newspaper ovunea ui me jut
prersed by Englishmen traveling In the
United States, at the prospect of the Consti
tution collapsing. Not a word of this ought
to be believed. Tbe view of all Englishmen
whose opinion is worth taking is almost ex
actly expressed by Mr. Hale. They know
perfectly well that the Americans are apply
ing the political discoveries of the English
race under tbe only forms wmcn are prooa
bly suited to their circumstances. None of
u are likely to be deluded by the empty
compliment implied in a Southern cry lor a
return to monarctucal government. in
some of its ideas, particularly those on the
subject of slavery, the English people are
more advanced than the American : and it
is no flattery to be told that a slaveholdins;
community consider a monarchy likely to
be more conservative oi its institutions tnan
a Republic. Besides, every one among ns
who can observe, will vehemently doubt
whether the Southern monarchy would have
much that is constitutional about It.
When a maionty, consisting; of men equal
among themselves, gets into a fright about
the supposed designs oi a minority, we nave
Euronean experience to show ns to what
sort of protection they are apt to fly. If
tne (Southerners ever lane a sung to reiru
over them, it is not a constitutional
monarch, but a military despotism, which
they will probably establish. Great as are
tbe political aptitudes of the English race,
it has always shown tnat its love oi uoerty
was in some dancer from its love of sain.
Cupidity has often made Englishmen and
Americans tyranu wno Knows out tnat, u
it be allowed to get the upper hand, it may
yet make them slaves ?
The ;London Newt of January 8 observes :
There is not In Europe any form of society
so entirely and intensely anti-democratic as
tnat which prevails south or Jo" of lattitude,
and this not merely in spirit and temper, but
in tact ana form, to assert tnat democracy
is a common quantity in the free and slave
States of America, is to trifle with the most
momentous realities of things. It is just
because democracy is the prevailing law and
abiding rule ot tne Northern states, tnat
personal bondage iB found to be within their
precincts impossible; ana it is rust oecauBe
the acquisition of a democractic suffrage is
sternly interdicted in a bouthern States that
four millions of human beings are there re
tained in praedial and domestic slavery, une
hour ef democracy in the South would suf
fice to settle tne question.
Tbi Popi's OrriciATioit ox Christmab,
and His Addkxes TO TBI haobad uol
ligc On Chrfstmas-eve the Pope officiated
in the Sistine chapel, and administered the
sacrament to about 200 French Zouaves.
After tbe ceremony he offered the soldiers
a Blight collation and ices. It is the custom,
on tne day preceding unrisimas, ior tne
senior member of the Sacred College toad
dress congratulations to the Holy Father;
but on this occasion it was condolence which
he offered, and the Pope replied in tne fol
lowing terms :
" I have jnst read in the Holy Gospel that
a little child, only just born in a stable of
Bethlehem; although still very feeble, caused
trouble around him. and made King: Herod
tremble on nut throne, it was written oi
him that no one should be able to resist him,
and that is why I, his servant, a poor and
weak old man, despoiled of every thing,
without help, alone and witbout support,
still cause fear to my enemies, and are for
them a strange embarrassment. I am joy
ful, and my joy troubles them, for in spite of
all my misfortunes, 1 feel within myself su
preme counuence, wuicu uuiuiuk uui uioaa
down, that there will come to me unforeseen
succor, wmcn will deliver me i Know not
how, nor in what manner ; but no matter
tbe help will come ot tnat i am certain;
I therefore tell you, and I desire that it may
be known, that I shall remain firm to the
end. Humanly speaking, I can do nothing
assist me, then, with your prayers."
This was listened to by au present wnn
Victor Emmanuel PagsiirrsD with thi
Cast-off Crows or a Dansiubb. A strange
affair, says a letter from Turin, nas occurred
in this city. Tbe Municipal Council resolved
to present to King Victor Emmanuel, on his
return, a gold circlet, representing oak and
laurel leaves. But there were only six days
to prepare one, and Italian workmen were
not active enoueh to make it in so short
time. A Jew presented nimseii, and onerea,
for 6,000 francs, a magnificent crown which
be baa by mm. xiis oner was accepted, and
tbe money paid ; but lo I the discovery was
afterward made that the circlet in question
bad been bought at a sale of the effects
Fanny Ellsler, the celebrated danseuse and,
as proved by an inscription inside, that
wai given to her after a performance at Lon-
don, by an Englishman wbo was a fanatical
admirer of her dancing. Judge of the effect
thus created I Nothing else is talked ot
Tbi Mississippi Outrage AU Cincinnati
Boat to be Stopped. The Memphis (Teun.)
Avalanche says :
The Miasisalnoians are in '.'dead earnest"
in making all "foreign" boats stop and
an account of themselves. The Cincinnati
hnat A O fiilnr disobeyed the first
junction delivered by a six-pound shot,
- . , r. .J., li.tot with
a ,scui'iuui rwuuuvi --
chain-shot and aimed at the boat. Fortu
nately, or unfortunately, as the case may
the gun missed fire, and got beyond the range
of the battery. The Tylor landed at But
ler's wharf-boat, was boarded by a detach
ment of military, and made to go back to
encampment, where she was thoroughly
overhauled, and then permitted to go on
way. All Cincinnati boats will be stopped
by the soldiers ot the new Republic
aDerqneauy in uariuaiui
Marsala to Melazxo.
rank of sap tain in
Tbi Russia Capital Soaspalieid.
beau mnnde of St. Petertburir is iust
much scandalized at the determination
three elderly Russian princesses belonging
to the most illustrious families, to marry
three vouns medical attendants. A fourth
lady, of mature age, not a princess, but
high rank and immensely rich, is about
marry a young man employed in the
ot a money-changer of the capital. One
the three elderly princesses, not being yet
widow, applied for a divorce, to enable
to marry again, dui ner triplication nas
refused by the Russian tribunals.
Major Anoirsoh'b Popplaritt.
Chicago Tribune says that during the
gress or tne piay at tne sneaier in tnat.
on Saturday evening, a casual allusion to
gallant Major Aqderaon was the occasion
one of the most striking scenes ever
nessed in tnat city. Tbe entire audience
rose to their feet, ladies waved their
and cheer after cheer, resounded
through the edifice.
A Sisoib's Boa as a WASBioa. The
singer, Tamburini, has a son,
who fousrhl in the ranks during the campaicn
of Solferino, and sabstqneatly in Garibaldi's
heroic band from mi
has iust received tba
King of Italy's arty.
A FiAKLiaa Kma. CowarJica is no
in King Bombalino. At tha siege
Oaeta, a shell fell, but did not burst at
the frightened soldier prostrated themselves,
but the King rushed forward, threw
over the rampart, and called ta tba
Get up now, lads, the danger Is over''
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
The Secession Folly!
South Carolina Appropriates $40,000 for
Postal Arrangements—Return of Lieut.
Head to Fort Sumter—The Services of the
Catawba Indians Accepted by Governor
Pickens—The Federal Arsenal at Augusta
Surrendered to the Governor of Georgia—
Sailing of the Brooklyn with Sealed Orders
and 200 Troops.
Charlbstot, 8. C, January 24 The
Legislature has appropriated $40,000 for
carrying on the postal arrangementa if the
Federal Government secedes from the pres
ent sjBtem. ,
Lieut. Mead has returneat Fort Strmter.
The military services extended to the
State by tbe Catawba InJjtos, of South
Carolina, have been accepted by' the Gover
nor. Jeff. Davis is In town.
Augusta, Ga., January 2-r-Oovernnr
Brown, at the head of 700 State troops, this
morning, demanded the surrender of the
United States Arsenal. His demand was
complied with; the troops in charger saluting
the United States flag before basiling it
down. The United States troops ere to be
sent to New York.
Norfolk, Vam January ii. The B,oop-of-war
lirooklvn Bailed South, yesterday, with
sealed orders. She took two companies of
soldiers from r ort Monroe.
WASHINGTON, January 24.
it Ben"e.m. a" '
tended to say
SENATE Mr. Gwin moved to take up
the Pacific-railroad liill.
Mr. Crittenden moved to postpone, and
take np his resolutions. In this connection
he denied having authorized the publication
of the statements that he had advocated
He had said that Congress had no power
to employ force in such cases where force
was applicable, but that at present there was
no occasion for it. His motion was dis
agreed to, and the Pacific-railroad Bill was
Additional names were added as cor
porators. Tbe Senate went into executive session,
HOUSE Mr. tlamilton, of Texas, desired
to offer an amendment.
Mr. Colfax, before accepting the amend
ment, wished to know whether Texas was
going to remain in the Union.
Mr. Hamilton said he could only say, as
one of its citizens, that he trusted she would
He believed that if Congress would treat
ber fiairlv as a member of the Confederacy
that it would have the effect of keeping her
in, and such treatment as had been recently
accorded in voting for support of a mounted
regiment, Ac, would make it to her advan
tage to remain in the Union. If she with
draws she would have no right to enjoy mail
facilities at the expense of the Uovernment.
Tbe offered amendment, which Mr. Colfax
accepted, extends tbe existing contracts for
Texas, so as to connect with tbe Butterfield
route, provided that it can be done for $800,
000, and a semi-weekly connection, with New
The House resumed the consideration
the report of the Committee of Thirty
three. Mr. Bust, of Arkansas, as a member of tl
committee, said that he bad entered into his
duty with a desire to do whatever he could
to give peace, and regretted that his efforts
met with no proper response. It appeared
to him that John Brown was the martyr and
hero of the Kepublican Party.
Mr. Dunn, of Indiana, said that the Chicago
platform expressly condemned all John
As a member of that committee, he hod
discharged his duty without reference to the
Chicago platform ; and as to the Republican
Party sympathizing with that raid, every
body, North and South, knew that it was
infamous libel on the Republican Party,
be was surprised that any gentleman, in
time of the country's peril, could give circu
lation to it. Sensation.
Mr. Rust said, with reference to the in
famous libel made use of by the gentlemen
from Indiana: "I hope be is responsible
it. As this is a time ot war, we must wage
war, and I desire to know whether the gen
tleman announced to the House and
country that he was responsible for what
said. I want him to know if he is for war,
am willing to accommodate him wltn war.
Mr. Dunn "This is a free country, and
gentleman can take any measure or mode
redress he pleases."
Mr. Rust, with emphasis "I have
answer I want."
Mr. Dann desired always to be right
whatever be might otter in response to
trom ArKansas. vvoai us
was this, namely: That
declaration that the Republican Party sym
pathized with John Brown was a libel
that party. He did not intend to use
offensive language to the gentleman,
made the remark, believing tbe charge
be libelous on the Republican platform
Mr. Rust "The gentleman from Indiana
says he did not intend to make any offensive
ronmrka in an offensive sense. I have
right to demand an unqualified retraction
Mr. Dunn "I bave made au tne expiana-
and I tion I have felt it my duty to make."
I tt- Una, "V.rv nmnrl."
Mr. Rust "Very good'
Additional by the Canada.
Halifax, January 24. The Niagara
the Canada and another steamer, supposed
be tbe City of Manchester, outward
Tbe Niagara will be due at Boston on
The Bee-hive Mills at Manchester,
by Mr. Lamb, have been destroyed by
All the important Chinese ports have
opened to trade. There is no confirmation
of the reported loss of gun-boats attached
the allied fleet in the Chinese waters.
It ii reported that Spain is about to
the principle fortress in Morocco, on
of the non-fulfillment of the treaty.
The London Timet' city article of Saturday
says that the demand for money was
London, January 12. The bullion in
Bank ef England has decreased
and tbe decrease in the Bank of Fiance
82,000,000 francs. The money market
Liverpool, January 12. MrttSM.
arm A Hnence Quote Flour dull at 6d.
gales at z932a. Wheat dull ai 'K&61.
i sales at lis. 3d.(c,13a. for red aad
14s. for white. Cora dull at 6d. decline
sales at 37s. 6d. for yellow and 3icpias,
Provisions Beef hoavy and all
Inwar. Tha ountatitm are dOfaiSOa.
Produce Sugar beavy - and Is.
UsaRiRBnao. Janrurv 24. Mr.
ofTartul in the Umiaa a reacluUOB ftr
I - . ... T
He meeting of the two Bwues of the
the I tujw m joint ConveaWti for theappointiiient
vantinn at Waahinirton. in accoruauuu
a racommendatioa of the Degisiature of
ginia. - ""
t h. meluttna Vm STsf.
Tba House subcuitted a joint
which was adopted. Inviting .the Hon.
ham Lincoln, President eleet, t vuit
risbarg, oa his way to tvatntngton.
ADVERT I SEMEOTSJ
UtSCnTES T .HE rrxlDWaa B'TU
ale, not exceeding In Haesi are.) I
I S4 inserUna..
Owe toaartteewJl 9f I
Ai lnrtkA. 1 ii
leu get advertise ame Inserted at is tbUowxaB
tats per so ears of tea Urn t
. 1 3l4 lneertiona. g (J
JOB F II INTO .
I B H aeawehso eVvne wlra t,H nmrMMm
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Sewing - Irlachinc3
THB Wn KBT.BR efe WTLSO" PIT w j'
INO-MACH1NC COM PANT, harjng galiU
all their suits et lew with Infringing manuree
tnrera, propose that the public shall be r.n.nt4
tberelcr. and here accordingly REDUCED ram
FP.iCFS of their Hewlng-mechinee.
Having made, for over eeven year, the meet pow
der Family Sewing-machine In the conntry, enT
now empirics 81 .not an In their bu.lness, aw
making ON llLSDHk,!) MACIIINK-) smTday.
th.y are prepared with each extraordinary fanO
llies and experience to guarantee to th purchaser
entire eatl.ractlow. All ear Machine are at)
eqaelly weU, end ere
WARRANTED THBBB TEARS.
Th oiJfSreno r prloe being merely a diiTweM SB
21.909 Machine sold In lt, TWn donhl 2aT
aaloi of any other company la the Union.
Awarded the First Premium ta the
TJ. 8. FAIRS Or UM, 1S9S AND 1M0, 1
Aad tt th Cincinnati M"-hmte' Institute are'
IV UK SUOt'ESMIVX TEARS w have takes k
first Premium over all competitors a th beet .
BEST FAMILT SEWING-MACHINE.
It esse no .hattie, make, the lock-etltch alike ew
both sides of the goods, leaving no chain or rhii
oa th under tide of the seam; an osea but hat?
as mnuh thread as the rhaln-stitch machine.
ciena er can iot a uirctnar, containing
WDI. SUMMER At CO., Agent,
V7 Wat Fomrthwat.,
$40. 8 o,
Great EedacJlon in Prices
TexO FXCITSK NOW POR BPYINO CTH ATP1
J.W or Loop-stitch Sewing-machines, on aecuunt F
the rormer Dtgn prtcee oi Lock-stitch Family -chine.
Oalv t)40 f -r one ef Lester's aewly-lm-
crn.il &.a.-a AVjiiia AO. a naena
HOLIDAY PRKBKNT, -
For a lady, would be one of Oeo. B. B1"t't raw
elegant ELLIPTIC SEWING-MACHINES, later
beet la the world for family nee.
Twenty-five) First Premtama
Tfeve been awarded these aarlvaled Machines a er
Ing the past three years, over all others. Ws war
rant them to outlast any ethsr Machin extaatp
and tor beauty of model and finish, they have as
eqnaL Pertlee wishing to pnrchase, have only ew
call and see them, to 1 convinced that what wa
ay Is truth.
UNION MANUFACTURING CO., '
deH-tf etf Weet Fourth rt., OlnclnnaW.O.
OOMVXBOIAIi BUILDING, '
Corner- of Ifona-tli and Raoe-stgvj
How I It Singer's Bewlng-machlne are antvaxSa
ally nesd for manufacturing pru-poeea f . Th plain)
reason why. It: Because they are better, mora darn,
ble, more reliable, capable ef doing a much priest
variety ef work, and earning mora xoay Miaa ear
other Machin. i
The public are respectfully invited to call aad a
amine slayer, new Tratuverae-thntl Matfkin, tat
family nee ' )
This Maehiae is highly ornamented, easy to oper
ate, and m th very beat and cheapest Machine tat
th market. ' JAMES BKABDON,
Western Agent for Singer'. Sewlng-marbla.
GHKKN1WAN db TTtPB'S rVTPROVP'IP
Noiseless Lock-sttteh Shnttle Sewing-machines,
of Howe A Roper Patent, warranted th
vee in nvtn. auv, u. n rfoiiiinuvn . , i !
men, at wholesale. 8. T. GARRISON. Agent,
No. 1 49 West l inn-st.
asay-Agent, weatea in every town.
DON'T BEIjIEVE IT I
TTHKII YOU Tl K A R TNTBH-BSTF
V partlee say that the WILCOX A GISWI
SEWING-MACHINES make work that will ae.
tend th test of wear, don't you believe them, bat
examine for yourselves, and ask those who. froat
experience, are able and willing to tell the truth
about them and the work khey do. The Maehlaea
are warranted for three yean, and the work mtas
on them is warranted to last equal to that made ess
ny other machine. Price of Machine, Wo
will teach every body to operate the Machines, fre
of charge, if they will call at the General Ageuagi
Office, In the second story of Cerlisle HuWLiaMm
corner of Fourth and Walnot-st... Cincinnati.
I del-cm V. W. BGNDERL1M, Agent.
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER,
CHARLES TIEMAN, ,
ZSTo. BO )97oaxu.oreats
OPPOSITE NATIONAL THEATER. ,
GBNTrV BOOTS AND SITOK9 HIDE TOR
' order upea reasonable terms, la a BX I LB OAt.
jat-xt ' ,
IFY013 WANT BEPAIMUI
p Ar anro pom ,
IN THI PI.tJlttDINel.INB, , ,
PBOMPTLT ANB BEASONABLT, CAU.
XX. MsCOLLUM, i
deM Bo. Ml Weat Sixth -et., bet. Via. aad Baaal
U Toilet Bottles;
Ladiea' Satchels ;
i-iirf iuiim -
BBILTj COTlSf f, I ;
Bufialc iH sir- Brf she
Pearl Inlaid UeAr do.
Infant Hal 4a. r
Cloth . de I
Neil ' do. .
ALBERT BOSS, Dragglst,
B. W. oor. Oentral-av. and Eighth
Wines aad Liquors, r
as a. asm t
srw-B HAVE ftPAKEU NO BTPRNHE TH
TV tha purchase of oar Lkieora. r.hich aae aeeet
elected expressly for medlcljbel u-p.ee.
oelt - B.W. or. Cealral-av, aa uia-a.
Skates I Skates X Skates!
WTtvr HBCBITBIP, KINK ENGLIIH
V rast-teel Skates, assorted s'.yles and sows.
la-rf 3KAlxa.dstx'.t c.
de24-4f B. HUTVB.KDGE CO.
artlLT-TMAH Y A HTICI.r? TO It HA A
LTUB bEV? fcRCG-SYOitB -Bakiog-powdsr.
a pure article of our own xoaauawituea. for sal la
tarch, Sago, Pearl Bal Iny, Oat-me, ear Creaaa
Tartar, Ui-carb. Soda, Tju taru Aoiit, and all arUulM
i by pastry-cooks. Huteh
bakers and aaioina.
krepera supplied wither Uaie. la oaaiia a rat siia-
able rats. For sal br
able raise. us fl w p.4TTHBWg . ,
Apiithof-ariesand InwKi.l4 .
air ' B. B. oor. Oeatral-av. an oii.
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