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or leu, two Insertions, twptr-iTointi.r"
LI AM CLINCH, aged ten years, who ran
nwarfrom hiitohr'MUii Julton. Therein,
cut 01 the upper lit. right side; also a tilt in thi'
corner of tail left eye ; fair hair and light complex-
inn. Is a amart-sooken . dot- Hu rw.r
bout two montha. Any one knowing obkis'where
Abotita will oblige by addi-essiniFBANUiaiil.TNnn.
.Kemper's Bow fatten, Hamilton (Jounty, Ohio, , ,
2M yine-itreat, to JOHN L. BBOPHY, Oln.
clnnitt, Ohio. - i . , jallb
WANTS D-A Carriage Blacksmith,
Wood-worker and Painter, to go to the oonn
tlTv..V?.rPl, married men preferred. Apply
to HUNTEH, EDMKSTOS A CO., Carriage Trim,
m I ng Dealers, No. 168 Mala-street, between fourth
and Fifth. jillb
ANTES' A" (took of DRY GOODS, to
the amount of $9,000 'Of tio,O0O, for which
cash and productive real estate will be given. A p.
ply at thla oftloe.
. jalld.'
WAiN TEDA young lady withes to en
gage in teaohlnr in or near Cincinnati. A
Ituation aa Governess In a private family, or asalit
ant in a achool, would be- preferred, bhe baa had
considerable expeilenoe aa a teaoherand will give
tbe beet of reference!. Address L. . J., at tbi
office. jallaw
j i i , j, .
WANTED A competent man to otnvus
for a new Illustrated work j ait published by
Johnson, Iry A Oo.' Call at Ho. 13 West fourth,
street, office No. 7, up stairs. No capital required. ,
' iallb ;
do chamber work, wait on table ana mind
children. Apply at No. M West fifth-street, corner
of Lodge and Fifth-strects, jallb
K7" ANTED A :- PARTNER A business
WW man, naiing JJOOcash, can engage In aoaeh.
paying business, requiring two pertlee. No risk.
Apply to HALE A CO., Mo. 12b Walnutst. ja'lb
w well recoil
-A NURSE Who nan come
ell recommended, to take charge of a child
a year old. Call at the north-west corner of Tourth
and Bycamore, room No. 1, third Boor. jallb
of wholesale or retail store. A grocery-store
preferred. Address B. J this office. jalOb
iwi id m wuuur quo. , auutoh f. r.( mil
of good address, as salesman In a retail
grocery or baruware store. Address 0. J. W., Clin-
ctnnau rosiomoo. jalOb
WANTED One good Dining-room Girl,
and one Chambermaid, Apply at Madison
House, Covington, Ky. jalOb
V-ANTED A man with from $100 to
- - 9oui' umu, in ibks cnarge oi a ousiness mat
pays from $5 to $10 a day. None without cash need
Address CASH BUSINESS, Press Office.
l)aI0bJ (
WANTED TO RENT By a gentleman
with a small family; two or three comforta
ble Rooms, at some point between Fonrth and
Court and Broadway and Western-row. Inqure of
man to learn boot-crimplng. Beferenee
given. Address HAKBY, at this office, jalub
UTANTED-S I T U AT 10 N To learn
w v wood-carving, by a yonng man of unexcep.
tiooablc habits. First-class references given, If de
sired. Addresa WILLIAM, at this office. jaHib
WANTED AGENTS Aotive, energetio
busloess men as agents, to engage in a re
spectable, profitable and easy business. Gall at No.
to ana so mast rourtn-ttreet, room 7, up stairs.
WANTED Reliable help for situations
of any kind can always De had at a moment's
notice, by applying at No. HO Bast Third-street, base
ment story, next to Adams' Express office. No
cnarge to servants. ' de21am
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, sales
men, bar-keepers, porters, oooners. carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers and others, can find sitna
tlons at the Merchants' Clerks Beglatry Offloe, 128
walnut-street, jasaw'l ilALJC A CO
Business for sale, by which a fortnne has been
and can be made. Inquire of A. SMITH, at the
.nenrie Bouse, on inira-etreet. lane
CAMERA, In perfect order, will be sold cheap,
ii appueq lor lmmeoiateiy, at w jn ain-lt. -jano-
FOR SALE Two fine CARPETS, of the
best quality and but little used one a Tapestry
Velvet Carpet, for double parlor, and the other a
drawing-room Carpet, a good quality Brussels. The
above are in a dwelllng-houseana on the floors.
Kor particulars, please call at W. Carter's Houae
furnlshiug Store, No. 34 East Fifth-street, between
jriaiu auu oyoamoro. jaiuo
FOR SALE A LEASE On the store and
dwelling attached, in a central part of the city.
The lease ha ten years to run from the lit of Jan
uary, Igeil. This is an excellent business stand for
an enterprising person, jror particulars, address T,
m., uinoinnau roatorooe. roaseseion given lmme
dlatelr. , jaluaw
FOR SALE The good-will of a Boars ing
and Coffee-house, with Bar Fixings and Fur
niture, situated on the comer of Front and Ludlow,
inquire on the premises. jalOb
TO0R SALE GAME Deer, poultry and
.L all kinds of produce, wholesale and retail, at
no. 7 cornet nouse, neiween viae ana Hace, or
BOARDING A gentleman and lady can
have a bedroom, furnished or unfurnished, in
a private family, with or without board. Address
C. X JOKNoON, foatofflce, staling name and wbere
an interview can ao naq. jauo
BOARDING A gentleman and lady and
two single gentlemen can obtain furnished or
unfurnished rooms, with board; also a tew day
boarders can be accommodated, at residence, No. 164
prownway. ailiD
BOAR DIN (1 A family ean be accommo'
-U dated with a fine large room and board at No.
139 Bycamere-street. Can also accommodate one
young lady who can give good references. jalOb
OARDINQ 2 or S gentlemen oan obtain
lay-hoarding In a quiet, genteel Douse, at lo2
street, near ourtn. Terms is per weea.
niOR RENT Furnished Lodging Rooms,
i appiy at no. in nroaaway. janp
good Honse to rent low. and the Furniture for
sale cheap. A good chanoe to go to housekeeping or
to Keen a genteel Doardlng-Donse. 'Address u. a., at
tnis omce. jaioo"
ioff, on Flfth-ifcrMt. wlr Porta. monnRift. con
tAfnlrjaT monftv. m rnAmnrinilnrri and irnlrl wn.ta?h.kAV.
The loser will Apply to JAM. WATtiOK, proprietor
vi me uenne notue. . jajuo
JtL- BAllLDi at Trade Sale-rooms, No. 31 Weat Fifth
street, up alairs Private Library at Auction. On
WEDNKHDAI ETENINQ, January 11, at 7 o'clock,
. vate Library, comprising a variety of popular stand
wui ue aoio, or catalogue, a large ana vamaoie rn
r vuiu
Rioal, 1
an, iuDuiinciu.1, uuiwrii.nl, ruviiwi, jiHsriftrj, aui-
entitle and Mlseellaneons Works, In various styles of
listorlcal, Koetloal, jyiterary. act
Diuumg, wen aept ana in gooa oraer. -'
N. B. Catalogues will be published on Wednesday
morning, ana me me books win ce open lor exam
i, atlon until t o'clock Wednesday evenlns,
JalOb , 8. G. HUBBABO, Auctioneer.
oi main-etreec uroceries, uiassware, titquors,
tr., at Auction. On THURSDAY MOKNlNo, Jan.
12. at o'clock, our regular sale of Staple Orooerlea,
Olasaware, Lituon, Tobacco, Boots, 8toves, Ac. jail
t Arranged tor Piano, by PBOf. -SQUIBB. With a
beautitul Lithograph of the New Masonic Building.
Just published by JOHN OHUBOrf. JR.,
de3l ,.; 66 West Fourth-street.
x muun , . bdwwuiib , T lUIOBGeilO ,1
minis, Ac, during the Hulldava
', Belling at 100 per cent. less then, any
other House in this city, apd nrst-clas f ustremsnts
, at that. Do not buy an Instrument until Von haro
called at No. 237 Fifth-street, second door east Of
num. sonth side. :W- ,BBlTTlNO.A BBOI
' . Piano Makers, and Dealers, M FiraUUaa ,1wtm
ments. 'efelltf
J. J.
;t I
Excelsior Fluid ' liOct. :
iMaanfsetorT. Via 8t 4
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A good business for sale. Inqdre of
A. Smith, at i the Henrie Hoose, on Third-.
Ukitid Statu CorjBTS-In the case of
anospi. Campbell and others, inj the Unite!
States Circuit Oonrt, for infringement of a
stove patent, verdiot wai rendered jesteiday
lor me piainun.
VniotOLOOiOAL OMiiTATioaa For the
ftnny Brtu, by Henry Ware, Optioian, No. 7
nasi ronnn-street, January iu:
O'olock. Barometer. Thermometer.
4 Above ero 81
H M .,..,.. ...,.W,43 : Above aero M
J". M.. -..m,...,,. j837 1 Above aero 60
Elmtior or - Orriciis or thi Oalioohia
Sooiiit. At a late rneetiDi of the Caledonia
booiety, held at the Verandah, the following
offioera were elected for the ensuing year i
President Andrew . MoAlpin. . Vice-President
John W. Haatie. , Treaeurer Peter
Clarke. Secretary David B. Scott: Coun
cilman J, B. Patrlox, John W. Richardson,
Alez. Boyd.. ' . .. ,.i ,
Daring tbe week endlnir yesterdar the
receipts at the Mayor's Offloe amounted to f 1,-
til bo, derived rrom the following sonroes: ,
Drays $ 4 60
Kxprees vigODi,mMH,M,.i,N , mmhm, ... 4 (10
Hackney coaches.... Hw 2 00
Balls 10 00
lluckatera. 8 00
Peddlers............ 2 00
From City Passenger Street RatlroadCompany
rrom ma novemDer to isc January i,i7 is
. 91,537 68
Pettt Lahoknt. Day before yesterday a
warrant was tuned by Justice William Fintbn.
of Newton, Anderson Township, at tbe in
etanoe ot Mark Phillipi,,who charged two men
named John and William lilkeni with haying
entered his residence, in the above-named
plaee, and stealing a dollar and ten eents, be
tides a gold pencil, valued at four dollan.
Tbe parties were arrested, and after an exam
ination eommwea to jeui in aeiauit ot bail, to
the amount $400 eaoh, for their appearanoe at
the next term of the Oonrt of Common Pleas to
answer the eharge of petty laioeny. ,,, , ,,
Ofibitio RtTPTnai op thi Esoott-Mibanda
Tboom, The Esoott-Mlranda English Opera
Troupe, who oegan an engagement at the
National Theater on Monday evening, and
were severely out justly cntolscd ty the daily
press on the following morning, had a rupture
yesterday and dissolved. This oan hardly be
regretted, as Luoy Esoott Is nearly all the at
traction of the troupe, who, though they might
succeed in the provinces, oould not possibly in
the metropolis, Much nad been promised for
them, bat they could really do nothing as it
deserved to be, and as we are accustomed to
see it done in this city.
Illicit Patirmitt. A few days ago, a
young woman, whose name we withhold, went
before Justice Crane, of Delhi Township, and
made a complaint against a teiiow named
James Curry, obarging him with being the
father of her child, which, unfortunately for
both mother and babe, was born outside the
bonds of wedlock. The story of the girl was
o straightforward and simple that the Justice
was impressed with its trntb, and he therefore
committed the defendant In the sum of $300,
for his appearance to answer a charge of illicit
fatherhood before1 the next term of the Court
of Common Pleas.
A Diad Babi at tbm Piarl-btbskt Station
hodss. A woman named Mary Murphy,
who resides in the neighborhood of St.
Patrick's Church, was yesterday found par
tially Inebriated, on Western-row antl oarried to
the Pearl-street Station-house. She had an in
fant in her arms, apparently six montha of
age, pcor, pale and puny, which died a short
time after the mother had been incarcerated.
Coroner Carey was called upon to hold an in
quest npon the body, but the evidence adduoed
before the jury was not of the most satisfactory
oh&raoter. A verdiot wss rendered of death
from exposure and negleat.
UnrAiD Littmb. The following is a list of
letters detained for non-payment of postage at
tne rostomoe, in wis city, January iu:
Samuel Wooster, Morrow, Ohio.
John W. Browne, O. O. B.. B., Columbus, Obio.
Lem'l Wright, Cambridge (Jity, Ind.
John Schelly, Hamilton, Ohio. '
Mllo O. Pratt, Middloport, Obio.
Bliaabetb Overand, San Francisco, California. '.
Dan'l D. Miller. New York city.
Peter Welendy, Cedar Falls, Black Hawk County.
lowa. -
David T. Lalro, Rock port, Ind.
Messrs. Hoyt, bprague A Co., Philadelphia, Penn
Antony Henger, Wilmington. Delaware.
Joseph Hickman, Philadelphia, Penn,
Unas. Dolato, Trenton, N. J.
O. Q. Colter, New York city.
John Bnshnell, New Alt any, Ind.
Boaed op Citt Impbovbmsnts. At the reg-
nlar semi-weekly meeting of the Board of City
Improvements, held yesterday morning, the
Clerk waa Instructed to prepare and transmit
to tne city uonnou tne following ordinances
To pave with bowlder-stone Grandin-alley,
from Race-street to Plum-street: to grade and
Jave with bowlder-stone Margsret-street, from
ane Court to the east side ofLynoh-alley; to
pave the unpaved sidewalks on Dayton-street,
from Western-row to Bay miller-street; to es
tablish the grade of Qest-alley, from Bay-miller-street
to Tucker's east line; to light
with gas the following-streets, viz; Laurel
street, from Linn-street to Freeman-street, nine
lamps; Allen-street, from Third to Kilgour
street, Ave lamps; Second-street, from Vine to
Race-street, two lamps. Board adjourned; ,
Festival or thi Sons or Malta at tbi
OriiA-hovBi. On Friday evening next this
excellent and charitable order givo a dramatis
performance and a ball at tbe Opera-house for
the beneflt of the poor of the city. The pro
gramme will consist of the performance of the
Seriou Family, in which the full strength of
the dramatic oompany will appear, and after
the fall of the enruin the stage will be fitted
np, the parqnette cleared, the ourtaln raised,
and the dance begin.
The performance of tbe comedy will occupy
about two hours, beginning at quarter past
seven o'clock, and the' dance will commence
about quarter past nino. The priceof admis
sion has been fixed at three dollars, and the
arrangements that have been made lead the
managers to expect that the house will be filled
to repletion.
Polioi Coanr. Twenty-three oases were
examined yesterday morning before Judge
Lowe, of whioh tbe following are the most im
portant :
A man named George Pape was arrested
several days ago for stealing a quantity of tal
low from tbe Butchers' fat-rendering estab
lishment on the corner of Liberty-street and
Western-row. The oharge was grand larceny,
but npon this he was discharged, while an in
formation for petty larceny and embezzlement
was filed against him. He pleaded guilty to
the latter oount in the indiotment, but the
former was dismissed. He was fined $30 and
oosts, sentenced to the dungeon of the County
Jail to be fed on bread and water fjr a term
of ten days.
'A 'woman named Mary Thompson was
charged with the larceny of oouple of lamps,
and being deemed guilty, was sentenced to
the County J ail for six months.
Susan Cooper, day before yesterday, be
came belligerent and unable to control her
Session, t, While, in this condition she met
ary Jenkins And assaulted her with a slang
shot. This caused ber arrest, and after spend
ing anight in .the Station-house she was sent
to the Corinty Jail to 'be-fed on bread, and
water for ten days. i
A negro named 'Richard Jacksbn, night be
fore last, visited . house on Broadway, near
New, and waa enjoying the society of ht be
loved," when a woman entered, kissed her
and whispered something in her ear. To this
style of ' oonvepetlon he, bleeted, and at
length grew rude and struck his table sweet-'
beaitwho, Immediately palled a watchman,
who arrested the offender. He was fined five
dollars and oosts .
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Meeting Managers of the Home
of the Friendless.
most Important associations any
great city oan have is an asylum in whtoh
Magdaliaog may be cared for and protected.
There are many women dally and nightly
wronging our' tnorongnjarea ,wittx painted
faces, and gaudy dresses, and a strange, wild
light in their eyes, making new -aoqaaint-ances,
prostituMnr the affeotions, and thus de
basing the finer feelings of their natures, who
might prove angels, if the outward garb in
which they enfold themselves were but taken
off and society would ' permit them to become
wnat uoa intended they snouia De. . An in
stitution to which tuoh as were willing to
abandon the lives whloh had caused them to
be abandoned, could go and find friends and
sympathy, mast have, if properly eondnoted,
the support of all Christian' souls.: ' . ' .
One of thla kind has been for a considerable
length of time in existence in this city and
wholly under the control of fenales. These
persons in whom tbs angel must predominate
have done already an immense amount of
good, and although they have not had the as
sistance they deserved, they have bad eeurage
and lelf-relianoe, with whlph they have, thus
far, been able to sucoeed admirably.
That their efforts might be extended and
their labor hare a system and regularity
whloh they have not as yet been able to at
tain, they have determined to have their in
stitution Incorporated, and for this purpose a
large majority of the sabsoriberg met yester
day afternoon. Rev, Nathaniel West was
oalled to the Chair, and Murray Shipley ap
pointed Secretary pro tern. . ...i.-' ,
On motion the following persona were elected
Direotors: Mark E. Reeves, Henry Morton,
Jocob Oraff, Wilson T. Drake, John Simkln
son, John Davis, and William B. Probosoo,
and Murray Shipley was eleoted Clerk.
The following was adopted as the title of the
corporation: "The Protestant Home for the
Friendless and Female Guardian Sooiety of
Cincinnati.", After which the meeting ad
journed. , . -
Extensive Robbery on Sixth-street—
Four Hundred Dollars
Silver Coin Stolen.
' Lieutenant Watkins, in company with some
of the members of the police force, yesterday
afternoon arrested the .following persons:
Jane, and Mary Lawson, Ellen, Caroline,
Josephine, Edmond and William Cross, and
Samuel Sherrick, npon a warrant issued at the
instance of , a man , named Kingsley, who
charges them with grand larceny. The cir
cumstances of the robbery, so far as we could
learn them, are as follows:
It appears that Kingsley arrived in the oity
from Indiana about a week ago, and took
boarding at a nonse on Hixth-rtreet, near
John, in wbirh the above parties reside. He
had In his possession a oouple of small trunks,
one of which he placed in the oharge of Mrs,
uross. teuing; ner tnat it contained four hun
dred dollars in gold and silver ooin, and some
valuable papers. . , , . , ...
Ueatterward took the trunk, thinking that
he would leave the oity, oarried it to his room,
and placed it under nis bed. Home disap-
pomtmei "a business oausea hitn to be de
Wined lor ger than he expeoted; and when be
returned to his boarding-house, one of the
females ot tne establishment met him at the
door with the astounding news that bis trunk
had been broken and perhaps rifled.
Upon examination he found that the fact
had not been misrepresented, and that the
money had really been earned on. He imme
diately caused a warrant to be issued for the
arrest of tbe parties, who were committed to
the JN in tfl-street station-house to await an ex
animation, this morning, before Judge Lowe.
i ii .
A Diboipls or Blaokstori Vibsus a Kvioht
or thi Qoill. In a recent issue of a morning
cotemporary an artiole appeared criticizing
somewhat severly, thongh not unjustly, the
couiBe of certain members of the Sonool Board
of a neighboring city, among whom was
certain well-known lawyer not the most
amiable man in the world, but as remarkable
for sagacity in his profession as for uneentle
ness of temper. ' Yesterday afternoon the
wiiter of the artiole and the lawyer met, and
sometning line the following colloquy took
piaoe: " ...., ,....
Lawyer. Did yon write that artiole? '
Journalist. I did, air. ' "
Lawyer. Are you responsible for it? 1 .
Journalist I am, sir. . . ' . , ,''
Scarcely had this reolv been riven, and be
fore the bystanders became aware that any
harsh feeling existed between the parties, they
h$d rushed into each other's arms and were
apparently endeavoring to eat eaoh other no,
They were separated, however, by their friends.
both slightly Injured, but these will soon
heal; and the lawyer who thinks his honor
Has been wounded will doubtless hnd it re
stored before the soratohea. be received in tbe
melee shall have disappeared.
i Attimftid Boeolart. -Yesterday morning,
apout xonr o ciook, some persons made i
felonious attempt to enter the aueensware es,
tablishment of J. F. Funk, on the north-west
obrner of Westorn-row and George-street.
They, however, did not seem to be highly
skilled in villainy, and made so muoh noise as
to awake some of the inmates of the building,
who, in their terror, were so noisy as to frighten
the burglars. , In every respect the affair w
quite a blunder, and what mighthave been an
arrest was simply an escape. :
I A Rum Stiahboatmah Finio. Yesterday
morning a party consisting of five men and
four women were crossing the ' river In a skiff,
and just at a time that the steamboat Sam
Kirman was passing them the mud-valve was
opened and the steam not only spattered them
all over, but, we believe, scalded the faces of
pne or two of them. They immediately came
to the city, and caused a warrant to be issued
by Justice MoFall for the arrest of a Joshua
B. Thorp, captain of the boat, who after an
examination was fined $10 and oosts.
. Bor Dsowksd A boy about twelve years
of age, named William Bergman, while at
play upon a fiatboat, at or near the foot of
Fifth-street, yesterday afternoon, accidentally
' fell into the water and was drowned. Some
persons who happened to witness the aroident
ran to the scene, and after dragging the river
for about an hour, succeeded in recovering the
body, which they removed to the residenoe of
his parents who Jive in the neighborhood.
Who would remain in darkness when
Coal Oil Lamps oan be bought at fifty oents
a-piece $4 per dozen at M. Bobbins, jr., &
Co.'i, Ho. 352 West Fifth-street, between
Smith and John. Call in, every one, and see
their illumination. : 1 ?.
I. 0. 8. M. A meeting of the Sons of Malta
will be held this evening In the Opera-house
building. See advertisement. ' ' -
Motion to Disbolvb Attaobmimt. Admin
istration of chloroform. D. A B. Brown vs. Jamison.
Judge Btorer resumed the hearing of the evidence.
Drs. B. 8. Newton, Graham. W. H. Museey. Black
man and Graham were examined. None of the wit
nseaes bad any personal knowledge of ohloroform
having been administered during aleep. It had been
tried by Ors. Blackmail and Mussey in the case
children asleep, but the street was a failure; they'
always woke up. - i r , .
W. T. Simpion examined. The honse of witness
was entered some time ago and robbed, he and bis'
wife, while asleep, having previously had something
administered to them, which be supposed to be ohlor
oform. The physicians had stated that -It was, and
the thief being afterward arrested, ohloroform was
found on his person. - -
, The testimony basclosed. m- .
Adams vs. Bodebaugh. In this oase, a suit on
note, Judge Btorer held that where plaintiff and the
defendant were the only witnesses testifying, and
they came In conflict, both being equally oredible,
he Oonrt would not be authorised to reader a lodge,
xnent for plaintiff. Judgment was rendered tor
defense. ' ' I - . .
; Judge Bpencer dlapoeed of several demurrers.
McHUlen vs. Johns and Clark. A jury trial before
Judge Hoadly. The aueation was as to the bona fide
character of a sal of real estate from Jehns to Clark.
' lit Book No. 1. Judge Collins disposed of
several demurrers. --
Boom No. 2. Before Judge Hallon. Beorlst vs.
Risk. Suit on a note; defense that it was aocommo.
station paper. -
CaimiiL BtmieiM. The State vs. Henry 'Ape.
charged with burglary. This ease waa fixed for trial
before Judge Carter, but was laid over until the 30th
Inst., in eonsequenosof the absence of witnesses.. No
other case was ready. -
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Piki's Opsba-houss. Ths Tsmpkbt drew
an excellent audience to the Onera-honie last niiht.
both in point of quality and quantity, and passinion"
mncn oetter tnan tbe night previous, doulitl
owing to the fact that the actors were more familiar
with the buslneist - It will-he repealed, thi -evening.
' Wood'b TmiTia-The new triredv.Taa.
IATA1.IBT, was witness last nignt, at nood'a"rnea
tor, by a large and enthuslaetio audience. The play
seema to have been, in some sort, a success, and ai-
tuuuKu wouave nut ye neen aoia co witness it, we
have little doubt of its msrlt.. It will h. iMrhm
" rTfjt..' f:ir wv. ti.t.t it.
M0.ltl .Kla MMn. . ...
n ATioffAL thiatkr. in oonseauence of an
operatlo discord. Bos Bey was substituted last nlghe
at. the National for Haiitana; and this evening,
Our Mavnebiso will be produced by the company.
The Esoott and Miranda Opera Company have dis
banded, and but three of the members are left-Lacy
Ksoott, Annie Kemp and Miranda. With tbls trio,
properly managed, a series of vaudevilles, operettas,
musical laroos, o mignt oe produced and made
profitable at all evenle we would aogxest the pro
priety of this, and doubt not the enterprise would
meet with success. The oompany is now mnch
better than before tbe disorganization; for that
which was good in it. is no looser .oomnelled to
overcome the repelling influence of a party of the
most execrable singers we ever heard,
Mslodior Hall. This popular eonoert-
room waa crowded, last night, and the andlence was
delighted with the performance. Miss Julia Oould
is an excellent vocalist, and the Buckley's have in
themselves a degree of merit which must ever prove
a magnet of snfflcient power to make them friends
Smith 4 Nixon's
IIaix. Prof. Jacobs' is
still holding forth at this establishment to excellent
houses, and hla magic pleases while It astonishes.
Do not fail to witness one, at least, of his unique en
tertainments. . , , ., ,; .
The River waa still comlnaf no oenoaltn thla cltr
yesterday at the rate of about of an Inoh and a quar
ter per hour, with the prospect of a more rapid rise
to-day, as tbe Ohio is swelling all the way from Pitta
burg to Cairo.
The warm weather will melt all the snow and ice
on ths mountains, and added to the copious rain
which began last night about eleven o'clock, and
whloh was probably general, will be apt to give ns a
UhiWmin.1' Hn. In a law it...
The river Is now in a very zood stage for boating.
and in the lower Ohio thero are about lifteen or six
teen net 01 water.
Toe Landing, though verv muddv. was verv ani.
mated yesterday, and covered with freivht for the
dlderent pointe. The steamers were receiving large
loads, and those that departed were well freighted
nates were soinewnat neavy at yeiterday a ngures.
AaaiVALS. Helroae. Havsvllle: ¬
ville; Prioress, Madison: Dnnlelth and Virginia
Home, Neville; Boston. Big Handy; Hickman, Ar
kansas Blver; Flying Cloud, New Orleans; R B.
Hamilton, -.ronton; jneeienger. jnempma; bam.
Kirkman, Nashville; Kite May, do. . , .
DsPAiTuesu. Melrose, Mafavllle: Telegraph, Lou
isville; Prioress, Madison; Dunleith and Virginia
Home, Neville; Boston, Big Bandy; Emerald, New
Orleans. ' . , .
Monetary and Commercial.
The closeness of the Money market, heretofore no
ticed, continued undiminished yesterday, Cnfreucy
being scarce at all the banking houses. ,
Tbe expected ease has not jet been felt, owing In
part to the liberal return of bank-notes for Xxchange
to the adjacent points. The demand for accommo
dations is generally far in advance of the menns to
meet it In tbe regular and irregular quarters.
Eastern Xxchange was still scarcer veaterdav than
on Monday, and dealers did not desire to sell to out
siders at ii prem., aa they sometimes paid that price
across the counter. Conalderable Kxchauge is ex
pected here in a day or two which will make tbe
market easier.
New Orleans Exchange conld have been sold to a
large extent, yesterday, at 1 prem. if any amount
could nave neen ootainea. The market is bare, .wiu
dealers pay prem. treeiy.
Business was active yesterday In Third-street.
Flour waa dull yesterday, the demand being con,
nnea to tne local aetnana- wn laity was steady;
Hugar and Coffee dull, and Molasses firm. Hardly
anything was done in Provisions, but holder wera
firm. Hogs were dull, and though prices ruled in
favor of buyers, sellers made few concessions. . The
sales were iignt, reacning only 490 head.
The Imnorta and Exoorts of various article rtnr.
lug the twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon,
worn. -
I MiwiBa .Vltni OA1 htl. . WKI.Iro I H, kAM.i.,
Ourn, 7,289 bushels; Wheat,' 9,912 bushels: Oats. 7M
bushels; Barley, 644 buahela; Hogs, 1,744 head; Pork
anu iiicon, o narreis, 107,213 pounas; sugar, 440 bbda.
molasses, 1,401 Oris.; Cotree, 100 bags; Apnlea, 398
brls.; Butter, 70 kegs; Cheese, 260 boxes; Potatoes,
469 oris.
Kxports. Flour, 623 brls.: Whisky, 3,270 brls.;
wiu, iu uuou., vain, iKn. rvisHuu Bacon, 121 uotlB.,
97A tinrnju SOQ. h.la 1)13 h ..... Ut.nmw. aa kV.. . M
" ' " ..-..,,.. " " , wubbi, u ,1 via. . nxv
lasses, 90 brls.; Coffee, 314 bags; Apples, 276 Drla.;
vn"tjiw, uoansi r vuiiaws, om oris.; Bait, 47 Dns,
Monday's New York Tribune, under date of Satur-
day evening, observes:
The steamerto davti
merto day takes only 151,100. Thebu
The bullion
brokers consider this tbe last shipment for the
msiuer tnis tne last snmment rnr the m
ent; and it is thought a considerable portion of tbe
next California arrival will go into coin in conse
quence of there being no demand for bars. There is
a maiaea reuei in tne money market, out the de.
mand is sttl I active, and at the rate of 7 per cent,
both on demand loans and nllt-edied saner. Verv
good signatures at M months have been- passed at
efi$v per cent. The discount houses are much more
busy than they ware a week since.
Moneyed men are anxiously waiting for the organ
ization of Congress, and the passage of the Postolflce
Appropriation Bill, which would give immediate re
lief. Messrs. Belmont A (Jo. are understood to hold
nearly two millious of the Postoffke Certificates.
There is nothing of importance doing in Foreign
Bills, and ths market is heavy. The demand is quite
light. Uterling is 107107K for Document Bills; 108
f,UsX for Commercial, and IO8M109 for Banks and
ankers. Francs 5-22XS.17X.
FLOCB A limited local demand only, at $6 300
5 40 for superfine, and tr 40s on for extra.
WHISKY -The market is steady at 21c , with a fair
HUGS The market was quite dull to-day, and
prices ruled more In favor of buyers, though holders
are quite firm, and make any concessions with
evident reluctance. Tbe receipts during the last
twenty-four hours were about .,000 head. The tales
200 head averaging 1M lbs. at 16 20
40 head averaging 220 lite. at.......,...... 6 40
60 head averaging 176 lbs. at 6 12
190 head averaging 216 lbs. at.....,.......... 6 46
The heaviest Hogs would not have brought over
tft 90, and those averaging 200 pounds were evidently
dull at W.
I PBOVI8ION8-The market was again heavier to
day, and there was very little done in any article,
though holders remain very firm, aud refute to
make any concessions of importance. Mesa Pork
may be quoted at $16 60, very few buyers at this rate,
oven for the best brands, and just about as few sellers.
Balk Meats could be solu, to some extent, at 6 and
sc. for future delivery, hnt Wc higher is asked gen
erally. Lard Is held at 10c. firmly, and strictly prime
id not be bought less, but the only sale we heard
Home demand fnrnlMAr
Bacon Sides: 100 hhds. sold at 10c. to be delivered tbe
first week of February. Ribbed Sides may ie quoted
at 99Mo, Shoulders are held pretty generally at
7.c. tireen Hams sold at 7 ho., and Hhouldersat
KiWMc., indicating an easlar market
GBOOKBIKS-'Sugar dull and Ke. lower: sales at
tHHa. Molasses steady; 2tio barrels sold at 46c,,
ftt the wharf. Ooflee dull at 1212Ko.,., ,
I WHItAT The market continues firm, with a gooS
demand, at Si 291 28 for prime white, and l 90
(8)1 22 for prime red: sales of 4,000 bushels Kentucky
white at 1 23, from landing.
: OOBN The market is firm, with a good demand
at 6&96c,: salea of 2,000 bushels, in bulk, at 69c.;
1,200 do. at Marietta Depot, at S3c. . ,
OATS Tbe demand continues good, and prices
firm at 849o., in hoik.
BTX The demand Is active, aud prices firm at II
DAKLiy There is a fair demand, and nrices flni
at 7379c. for prime tall, and 6.vwc. for fair to
good: salea of 300 bushels prime fall, Irora landing,
at ocm owqq. ueuverea, at oo , ana oui uo. at 700.
HAT The demand continues active, and prices
firm at 124 per tun for prime Timothy, on arrival.
CHEESE The market is firm, with an active de
mand at last quotations: sales of 100 boxes fall. made
Western Reserve at 9c.; 160 do. selected at 9ic; 200
do. summer-cured Western Reserve at 94c; 60 do.
English Dairy at Uc; loodo..Putnara Farm at I to.
BUTTEB There is a fair demand at 19o. for Cen
tral Ohio, and 17c. for Western Reserve.
APPLES Tbe demand continues good, and prices
firm at $2 293 26 per barrel, for fair to choice, from
POTATOES The market is firm, with a good de
mand at ft 76 per barrel for prime Neahanocia, from
store. ,
CLOVER BEED The demand la fair, and prices
steady at :$4 Mb4 66: sales (of 30 barrels at $4 60; 20
do. at U so, and 100 bushels, la jacks, at 14 60. ,
New Yok Mabiit, January 10 P. M.-Flotir
is only in limited demand, for the supply of the
reusing wants of the home trade. . The market is
eavy and rather easier. There it not, however, any
very pressing desire to realise: sales of 6,600 barrels,
At 9 Mb 26 for superfine ritate; $6 40 for ex
tra iltate; Is V 2s for anperfine Western; 89 to
mi 45 for common to medium extra Western). M so
$ti 60 for Inferior to good ahip-iug brands extra
round-hoop Ohio market closing dull, and the
tendency downward, Canadian Flonr rather easier
with more, doing: sales of m barrels at $6 666 60
for common to choice oxtra. Bye Flonr selling
slowly at $3 794 30. Corn Meal unchanged: sales
or i.vouDarreu uranaywine at si ismi 20. jjuck-
wheat Flour lower: sales at II tTH
per owt.
with n4 buyers at over M.Ho. Wheat heavy, and
nominally 12c. lower, with more disposition on the
part of holders to realize. We quote MilwaukieCliib
at f 1 2001 24, and Chicago Spring at II 17(6)1 20:
salea of 1,100 bushels mixed Western, on private
terms; 110 do. white Canadian at SI 40, and 390 do,
Amber western, on private terms. Bye: sales at 9ic.
delivered. Barley: sales at 7686o. Corn dull and
rather easier: sales of 10,200 bushels at 84A7o. for
new white and yellow, and 85c. at the depot, for new
mixed Western. Oats dull, at 49t&46Xo. for State,
Western and Canadian; W0 bushels Prince Edward's
Island sold fov (Tew Orleans at abont 47c. Spirits
Turpentine quiet at 4449o.' Crude' held at f 3 60,
and common Beain at $1 6001 66. Oils generally
quiet, MAtftHe. for Linseed; tty2o.Joi: Lard; Si 40
for Hperni, an d 4201460. for Whale. Hides- rule Arm:
tales of 1,60U Boenos Ayres at 89c. Tallow heavy:
sales of 6000' pounds at 10IO)4o. Wool'jiuht and
nnohaniied. nendinc the auction sale to com off In
Boston on the Ittht Halt in moderate demandr "tales
or a oargo Turks Island at 19o. - Pork heavy) sales ef
J 90 brls at $16 26 for old mess; $17 for new mess;
15 for old thin mess: SIMiett 60 for mw Wmmik
prime Bees; $11 62 for old, and $13 for .new prune.i
lVni auuunaseu: Miea vi w una., ac e49 0U tor
country prime; $66 90 for country meat; 9i 76
I for repacked mess, and, 110 60(gll for extra mess,
.fen Banui tuitst amau salts s sag ior state,
14 M for Western. Prime mess Beef dull attlfvailB:
sale of 20A tlercea Chicago, on private terms. Dressed
Hon plenty and dull t 6'(S)ii:Xc. for Western, and
7Go7Xo. for city, "tit tHeata without change to no
tice: aalea at ias.Ho for Hams. Bacon quiet and
unchanged: sales of green Hams at Sc., and J,000
dry-aalted do. on private terms. Lard unchanged
and In moderate demand: sales of SOD barrels at 10
10MlflHo. Butter in moderate request, at 130117c.
for Ohio, and lft4e. for State.'-- tiaaass saeari'y.at
.ftailHo. Tobacco ia wit hum important change:
ales are reported of 100 hhds. Kentuckysif jfAlif'ic.
Leather in fair request, with a small supply arriving,
and quite steady for both: hemlock and oak. Ashes
steady: sales of (0 barrels Pots at $.30,and so do.
Pearls at Ii 37X. Cotton, there is no change fta the
market, and the demand continues moderate: aalfa
Of 1,000 bales atniHe. for mlddllug Uplands; bnHers
refuse td accent anv reduction. CoSae'la without
any change of moment and very Arm; sales of as bags
Bio at HMc: .1.000 mats Java, to arrive from Boston.
at uc., iour niontns, and sou Dags ot
TJomln(V' inae
arrived, at HMo. cash. Sugar firm: salei of 90 hhds.
.uuacovaao at 7Xc, and 8,1" 0 Dags blilna at Mc
Molasses remains firm: hnt we can. not Intra of anv
transactions of Importance. Bice steidyt sales of
tierces at 3Xiaic.casli, as in oualltr. (land es
in moderate roquest and firmly supported: sales re
ported of 1,21.0 boxes Adamantine at IS20c., and 309
i'o.ves Pperm at 3Aa4nc. olain. ind Mc. for latent.
t opper steady: sales of 10,000 pounds Lake Superior
italic The receipts of Copper in 18M, were 1,800
luus Lake Superior: 1,450 tuns Baltimore; aw tuns
Knglish; 290 tuns South American, About 36,000
rounds Chill ore afloat, which ii offered at 14 90.
'ieeds Prims Clover scarce, and firm at SHOHc;:
aitlee ef 300 bags Calcutta; Linseed Is dnll it II As.
-lies of 90 hags new at 8l7c. Hemp is without
variation and quiet, since the last transactions in
Manilla; nothing, of moment has been done, aid
nrices are almost nominal, at ST logal SO- foe nnJ
nope witnont cnange in tone or price, anu auu, witn
(ireaaed Americani $1 no 2 for dressed do., and Ha
lor jnaniua. ocoion pig iron in lairrequostat
Hi HHci'i'i, Lead continues quiet and withoutchange
in prices. We quote the market nominally at 5 77H
r.i m lor uaiena, casn. lea out ana neavy at tne
ist ngures, ana no sales oi moment are reportea. ,
' PaitAsiLPHiA Markit. January 10. Flour nn
chsnged. Wheat steady: red at II f- Corn
declined: sales of 3,000 bushels yellow at 76c. Oats
at tec. wnisgy ami at 27o. ., ;.,
Six Hundred Persons Buried
in the Ruins!
Between Two and Three Hundred
Supposed to be Killed.
Nkw Yobi, January 10, The Perqberton.
Mills at Lawrence, Massaohusetts, fell to-day,
hurvioe six hundred persons in the ruins. - It
M supposeo) that between two and three nun
died are killed. A great many have been ftl
ready taken out.
WASHINGTON, January 10.
SENATE. There was a full attendance,
Several memorials and, petitions' were pre
sented. Mr. Johnson presented a petition in favor
of the Homestead Bill. '..: r1
Mr. Pugh's resolution coming np, Mr.
Green made a speech assailing tho doctrine of
squatter sovereignty, as advocated by Douglas
and Fugh, contending that the Territory pos
sessed no sovereignty, and recommending the
cessation of agitation and . obedienoe to the
IVod Soott deoiaion, and without concluding,
he gave way to a motion for an Executive Ses
sion, after which thcS'.ttito adjourned; .
HOUSE. Mr. Gartrell said that no blame
oould attaoh to the Democrats for non-organization.
The scenes enaoted hero-are but the
beginning of the irrepressible oon!liot,of whioh
they heard so muoh; a oonfiiot between op
posing forces; a oonfiiot between the North' and
South. If war is to be waged on lifteen States
of this Union, if they are to be denied the
solemn guarantees of the Constirntion, if the
property of the Sonth Is to be taken and sur
render refused , if tbe prinoiples of, the Repub
lican party tue to be maintained, and their
purposes accomplished in the S nth by Con
gressional or other oontrivanoes, or by un
friendly legislation' to bo doprivod of "fall
participation In the common territories be
longing to the people of the United States, he,
for one, was free to confess that the Honse
had better not organise, if you Kepublioans,
he said, are determined to continue your ag-
it you wui not stay your nanus; u you are
dotermined that this oonfiiot shall oome, then
I warn.you and those whom yon represent, to
beware the' dangerous ground on which you
stand. The South must hare, their; full.niea
sure of constitutional rights. - : . , ,
They , will enforce the demand to be treated
as political equals, otherwise the Union will
be divided Into as many parts as there art)
States on tbe national banner.' He proceeded
to show, first, what rights the Southern people
enjoy as to slavery; eecond, that these rights
so clear, sacred and high, are not only threat
ened, but boldly, daringly and willingly us
sailod by the Bepublican party.. - He would
announoe the solemn truth, disagreeable as it
might be to his constituents and those of many
others, that if aggression continues the people
of the South will be compelled, by every prin?
ciple of justioo, honor and self-preservation, to
disrupt every tie of the Union, peaceably, if
they oan, toroibly u tney must. .) .1 .
Mr. Haskin, during his speech, asked' Mr;
Oartrell whether, if. the doctrine of Judge
Douglas as to olavery be acted on In" the Ter
ritories, he would therefore claim the right to
secede from the Union. ' '" 1 ' '!,
Mr. Gartroll wished to know whether Mr.
H aek in was the ohampion and expounder iof
the KepuDllBan dootrlnsv , ,lt,, ;i, ;,r
Mr. Haskin said he .was not.-;. on the cou'
trary he was an antagonist to tbe Ropnblioan
dootrine of intervention in the Territories for
the prevention of , nlavory, as he was to the
new fangled 8outhem doctrine of interventionfor
the protection of slavery, "t rn..t, ...
; Mr. Oartrell replied that that was a jadioiaj
quoslion for the Courts.
Mr, Haskin wished to know if that it to be
Inserted as anew plank at the Charleston Coh
vention. " "
Mr, Gartrell replied: If you want lb know
what we will do, you can make your arrange
ments to be present there, provided yon oan'
come as a delegate, but if you come as a. Re
publican, we will simply rule you , out.
iLauirhtar.l '
Mr. Haskinjthonght Mr.'Garlrell's'judgment
upon him was unfair..': He' had said that he
agreed with neither Roimblioans nor Southern
men as to' the prevention or protection
know jf Mr. Garden aul not vote for Maynard
and Boteler lor Speaker ' 1 '
Mr. Gartrell replied that he did. ' He wanted
no better evidence of Mr, Haskins Republl
canism than that be voted for Mr. Sherman.
Mr. Haskins said:. If voting for Mr. Sher
man made me Republican, Mr. Gartrell on
tbe same principle, mnit be an American.
- Mr. Gartrell replied that that opinion 'wag
already exploded.' It was not necessary
waste the time of the country in expending
mrtnertime on it." 1 :..K . .,
Mr. Keitt explained how U was that a man
voting for the Aepablioan,. nominee thereby
became a Republican. ' '
Mr. Adraln, explaining, said the Northern
Democrats were true to the Union and would
not permit it to be dissolved if, a Repnblioan
were elected President according to the forms
of the Constitution. r , .
Mr. Hickman explained his former remarks,
and said that gentlemen seemed to congratu
late themselves that there is a divided North.
, Will the Northern Democratic representa
tives ooinolde in the opinion expressed by Mr.
Gartrell, that the eleotion of a Repnblioan
President, though constitutionally put in the
Presidential oh air, is ipto facto cause of seces
sion T If this was demanded, he said there
was an undivided North in favor, of maintain
ing tbe Constitution at all oost and at'every
hazard. The Union-must and will be main
tained." 1 1 i'i i' .:; -i ,.", '.', ) """' ''
Mr. Gartrell replied that this singing songs
to the' Union has been stereotyped, and the
claqners In the galleries applaud them' only
for the take of the spoils. . Ton may clan
while y our liberties are boing swept away by
stotional party. Applause. The gentleman'1
rrom Pennsylvania bad added insult to lfljnry
when he said the North had eighteen milliona
I of people, and could make more arms ia. ninety
days than the South ean buy. Why, the pro
ceeds of one cotton crop of Georgia would
buy tne whole of Pennsylvania. iLaugbter.j
lie was for the Union with the Constitution.
The Republicans are against the Union, be
cause they are against the Constitution. Jle
aenea Mr. Hlokman whether If tbe Kepuo
nca'tfpTf.rty tneeeededJn tJantingJpuMij?att.
1 resiucui, ana secure a majority in uoui
Houses, and aolieW slavery k the District .' K
if Qolumbia, abolish the . slave-trade 'between 1
Hie States, prohibit the introduction of slavery
i to the Territorieaand prevent lb admission' ;
jfito the Union of any maraab' States, and '
the South, in oonttquenoe' oT;nettlfl(t'
cede from tbe Confederacy woubi be willing., .
to head: a Northern regiment agaistt the ; -Siuth
or advise eoeroion? ,,'.- .. "'' ' '
Mr. Hickman replied that he believed that
the-proper place to redress all grievances "1' '
whether real or imaginary, was 40, not out-,
jnle of the Union. He thought this was et- 1
iV clallyUie forum for the South.,'-. ;'
1 Otff.' US, IU Ml. WW. Bv VI Ull K.
when Mr. Hickman and bis friends oome ta 1
the people of theSouth they would be prepared! 1','
to receive them., Every plow-share would be
beaten into a sword,' and even .the negroes,'
ould put to flight the Northern mercenaries,. ",
fhey scorned your hiteTfeiwnsad-soout.yon
f i Abolitionists. i,n, f j -t j-.ui.ir
Mi1. Edwards allnde4 toth'e fact thai tboy
had been voting flye weeks and tcobmpHshid f
.othlng. Two hours to-day iad been oou
pied by Mr. Gartre)). He was satisfied tbat if
they Would proceed to vote to-day It would not "'"'"
result In an eleotion. ', '''' '"
, As for Mr. Clarke's resolution declaring - '
that no man who rocom mended the eiroulatioq :
of the Compendium, of Helper's book is fit .
to be Speaker,he thought iu introduction onne- t '
pssary and offensive. , ..... . .- . , ' '' .'
Mr. Leake wanted to know whether any
man who indorsod a book counselling violence l
nod murder was fit to be Speaker. Southern -gentlemen
thought this the- first step toward
tho dissolution of tae Union. . i'
Mr. Edwards condemned that resolution.,
It was an abstraction, and, therefore was pre- "
d'etodonan abstraction. . Mr. Sherman ex
ex net ated himself from, the charge of having ' '
it dor Bed such ! sentiments.'"' 'i; ' ''"'
Mr. Clark, of N. 'Y., asked Mr. Edwards
whother he would tinder any oirxminstanees ,,
rote for a candidate for Speaker who enter-,,
tuiuod in his heart the sentiment of lntoler-,
a noe and proscription whioh were indicated In
the extrtot read from the Helper book.' , '
Mr. Edwards replied that in a private eon-' : '
versation with the' 'gentleman he might say n
what he would or Weald not do, but as a mem- ,,
l or here he ivould not respond to the Inter-
rogatory... - ".ii :.c ,. ... . ,,
. Mr. Morris, of. Penn., said if he had be
lieved that Mr. Sherman entertained , such '
sontiments as the Helper book Inculcates, be
nover would have voted for himi It was be- 1
cdusehe knew Mr; Sherman regarded with .
the ntmosthorror, encouragement to servile in
surreotion and deprecated thai disturbance of, (
tlie present state of sooiety, that he voted for .
him. Mr. Sherman had oonfided in the dis
cretion of the .committee, and the committee ' ! '
rolled more on Helper than on their dlsore-
When Mr. Clark's resolution shall be with- ,.
drawn, Mr. Sherman will be ready to answer ,,
frankly, and express bis opinion of the book.
Mr. Edwards onerea a roeoiutlon that from
to-day, until tbe election of a Speaker, the ."
House will proceed to vote ior a speaaer at one -
o'olook, and vote three times in snecession,
and that if any member have possession ef the
floor, he shall sttrrender the floor for that pur- ;
pose. I'.'i ;,i-i,-!,-n( t ,(,. .., j... i;, ,
f Cries of "g-ood',' from the Republican side,
and objections Interposed from the Democrat (
side. .. ; ; , ",' , ' ' ','
Mr. Leake, Of vs.; during some explana
tidns, claimed that Virginia' has the right to
secede from the Union. ThW, he said, waa ,
dofensive and not aggressive..! He was. ap-
plauded by the Southern men. Adjourned. ;
Illinois State Democratic Convention.
St. Lodih. January 10. A dispatch to the
Democrat says that tbe Illinois National Dem
ocratic State Convention met at Springfield to-"''
day, and elected four delegates at large to the
Charleston Convention ana two rrom eton con
gressional District. - '' .t! "ii't,.r'!ti ,,, ,,
.Resolutions were passea, - ttauog taa true
dootrine of the Democratic party to , be that
neither Congress por the Territorial Leghla- .
ture has .power to exclude slavery from any
Territory of the United States, but the people
thereof, when they form a State' Government,
have the right to permit or exclude slavery, as
they may choose, deoIarin'g'"that the principled
and praoticoe of, the Republicans, . and their
allies, tbe advooates of squatter . sovereignty,
promote discord, disunion, treason and mur
dnr, as practically illustrated In the Harper's
Ferry affair, and expressing confidence in the .
National Administration, including ,jts policy
upon the slavery question.. , . ,., .
From Indianapolis.
Indiimatous, January 10. The Indiana
State Demooratio Convention meets here at
ton o'olock to-morrow. An immense crowd
of delegates is already here. Every county
in the State is represented. Several counties
sond two Setts of delegates. Greatly embit- , ,
tared feelings prevail' between ths Douglna ,.
nod Administration faetiont, and ,a stormy',.,
time is anticipated,, . Senator Bright and Finley
Bigger, of the United States Treasury Depart- "'
ment,' arrived last' night."1 No' preliminary-"
meeting will be held to-night, as hu been the r
usual custom.' 'A -tneeting Of delegates was.
hold at' the ' Masonie Hall, this lafternoon,
whioh' was . addressedi :by Ex-Governor Dun-'
ninjr. Governor Wil'ard, Colonel May, Gordon
Taaner, Esq., aud, others. From present In-'
dioationr, the Douglas meri have a majority. '
From Washington.
tV8hinoto'w, January 10. ?hH President
to-day nominated to the Senate Hon. Cbas.
J . Faulkner, of Vail Minister to Prance. , .
The Seriate Oonflrmed all pending appoint
ment made during the recess, of Congress, and
Ex-Senator Breese as Marshal of the Northern
District of Illinois; ,i , . , '
Mr. Grund's nomination as Consul to Havre
is not definitely acted upon. ' ' ' "
The bill introduced by Senator Gwln yester
day, providing fof' a Territorial Government
for Nevada, is the- same as reported in the
last Heane of Representative. . ,
The United Sitatet AgricuUural gooiety will
commence its eighth, annual meeting at the'
Smithsonian Institute to-mOrrow." "-'
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From Washington. From Kansas.
.. .LpAvanwoBTH, January 10. The Territorial
Logiijlatttr'e still remains in ilnfu ijuo. It Is
probable that vo: blibibess will- be transacted
by either Wing' until'. the ' opinion of the At
torney General, which has been oalled in requi
tition by Gov.,.Medary, can be, had on the
subjoet of adjournment. . The alleged, reason
of the majority or quitting lepompton Is the
insufficlenoy of accommodations, but a settled
ahUpathv to'that place exists on the put of
t tie Republican mehibera on aooount of former
River News.
Pittsburg, January 10 P. M. River 1i
feet by the pier mark, and rising' alowly.
.Weather cloudy and mild, j ! , , ,,j ,
St. 110018, January 10, River oontinues to
rlsa. "Nothing new ,rom the gorges or upper
stareamsj 1 The weather ; has been very wet all
day a steady .rain has' fallen sinoe morning.
About 6 PM,, the mercury, fell below frees
ieg point, and there Is now nearly an inch of
snow and sleet 'on the ground, with a sharp
north wind blowing1, i '. :nh:. r,
'ilb.ll'l m., "
a !
"f VibmoVm FiAToafw Porcua CoignuH
Amisst , Nit Yost MuiAOSRass, In tbe
suit , brought by George C, Jordan against
Miss Laura Keens, in New York, to recover
plalntifTs salary as an 'alitor, the jury rendered
a verdict for the nlBfatiff for 2100. the amnnnt
,ofj salary olalmeq in, tjie suit. This verdict
eawiDusnes , tpe piainxin r " ngnt ' or notion
against the defendant for"-the game amonnt
weekly, under the on tract between the man
agement of the theater andi himself, tntii the
1st of JnnesMxt, at which time the epgsgo
oest cJosei ,j, tpirattoa,1)lll;i .. ,
"r -1 ni O'O.f.-.il 1 h;h n,iy. ,. . .

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