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VEINESIAV. March 17. l-52.
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gmfi in fci.i Unnire, 3,it iitirtT ii In oMmri
iihoiib .me su riser! at ions, ana In gran l rsrr ipis.
ite w car;:
pi., a it l h irthJ 01
car-- suii ttolii in
ifnuragrrnt tn Phi'sHisl-
dic-riist ments and pro.
i V R l. nur iiilUor Zf'ii a-'rM tn rc-
v.' ilv fi H.. Mfii ntir; su t.rr.pti 't:H 1 hi uffiL-c
Boston r Vorh add I hlifirlphi.
roil ri:t si; :: r.
RD Ft LI iiORT, '
lUl.l.il4tu i e l. u w -i v o,
Vou I K i:-l'Ri:
wiLLinra n. unnimM,
11; Ni'ii'i vi; i.ix..
Au Mbit lil lii'Milt
11. who en 11 sit down in the present
dearth of polities n, utter and select a sub
ieit of sufficient iiitvre.-t to justify hi.- real
1 r- in pcr:i-ing an e litoii.il. possesses a ver
.nt;.;t o! s.fiiiu. w'liieh we do not profess
t 1 i,..f. '1 in- na-b-r- ! j.. ':! eal lnW-pa-pi
r- ha'. 1 -ceii ' :. en luram-e up
0. ivorntii alei llitiTVl hlioll, upon the co.u
; ; -iviiiM- iiieastires, S.res-i nj and Abolili u-1-111,
and npoii the next Presidency ipicsti 'ti.
Th. y wili I ear no ti:t-re writii-g upon these
upon Coi. vi 1.
We. f r me'.
fragc, u-itii farther 1 i
elicit new inte-rc-i fr mi th. i.i.
however, are blessed with the .-iisoi.it! n
of bclirting that a- a gein rul rule. i'-w pc -pie
troul ic themselves t r-.aJ editorial pro-d-.etions.
If. howf-vi r in this our ! in. ly d, -...'tutioii,
tbe I'ieuius of Poe-y wo.lld --in' to .ur aid
an. I lend Us a .-park of .. ; ii ii'i ;i. w- wi:i!d
w rite au ode to Spring. lint. this eali
t.ot be. we will borrow the f .llowiiu 1 eauti
f.il lines, and coi. ('rule this article with a
few d suit Ty tboLibt.- iu prose, with a line
tr two of ver-e :
" W iiut stii.fof .! ; t ivl:at i?wci t 1 .nulla she
1'; rrh!M .-s, o pr.el:..js aii j niirtu.--
it" fair hm.iv t-I rii k'.h re tin t utt r-t-up .-nniigit.
'''--l. euK.-nng l.unt.iu, r.s--t 'i-ti ' wm.s,
'iif-i, IirUs il.J ! loss- i... il he. utilui l!m.,-,
V hofeu b.-i'':.tn rejiMiKs tile erth."
It k- !
iapires the recol
n !!"'.. . wlitn the
ur y ..l.f-il lives. g;ib-d
ig 1, rsgi.t bet tie li au-
l:;;. Wh- ti t hu- thro igl,
ties of a el '
i ii h. h
tiaek u'io!, our
g. i.ial Iricii ls
are led to rl-
; ) j a:-tii ipTile-i !
-Oh ! -1 . r-ki-meiiiitr
in. r it.: Hs
I i-fwifi. :ij mi in j.iss
l te jr !
'I ... ira
t it ix-uf t .-t .i
a word to the
ladies, and then
; the f inill I alio
ir rimlling thoug
i hi'e vour g ir !
evill put 1 peri'i-i j
P in- itib . r. ladic.
!'-r i-:iri. if r. Vi
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. ! - l.-fl
m your flower p t
sw c i siLeiliiig flow ers.
i. leiiu- t ii
pr- 'lure tLe-
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ou lue , . i t
. :. . -. t
riuer- t .
A of ..it
. w ho CO.;
- u rewards
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11 j r- par
,n a -p
n ' luei an
; ' . i J
rit : 1 1,
r. ir-i v
of our .).. r. up
ti ,n for
to Lave e
tj i: naue d
1'ar. v in the e'isunig
! -rtii I'urolina. -
i:oi,i ii, coii.i eu i;.e a. -. i naiiii u p-i
..-iiu.i lie- big p ,it . - !.. : a pi-ri.'-t
tirade of point1.--, wit. of . i humour.
-f harmle-s ililret; -e. a;, 1 i,l' wboe. ale
si inii.-r. The editor i.f. j.i. to iiiu-tr.ite
ar KM.ilivn upon the subject referred to
. i i . ii- ii .
i-iNiv.-, ,iv n-iiiiig a -;iiy rifi- e J jt- tn tv
" Jake Htl-tand and .'. 0.1, Gaii.t,. r, "
" whi-h,'' the eihtor sat-. - mg t h.
iirtie-. afforded u ims-iu nt m tt.e Mil.
Now all that w- have t , sav in t .- r ! t
ti,. an. flA- 1. that the editor of the Car,,
II K lulu,
it ' t hi ti
- h il c
m iUii-r 1 1,1 1 :, . .,
our rea Vr- li- t , r, f
Rut 1 !. -1 ,. in
that we do not int. nil to
S controversy wiih tin
in;-, a ,..
r f tin- (
lina I'u . nl In lie, unless -,,,uif! i
11 it by a iu-.t nr.-. 1 1 M i,-,. ,,)
i i-,rel ti
i-u'-il-,. me liiiist -. . --i,i ... 1 ,r
me ,.- 1 1 lisrees v i , i . ',, 1 .. 1 , r f ;.
p..p r aiteii ;,!, 1 , .!. , (,,,., 1
lie ., Mi. ,.
HlHl I i,. ,
- ' o,t ,
f s O' C
-ing f- r th.
office of Governor to Jiseusa question of
State Reform, when there- were oilier ques
tions of more vital importance to be deci
ded in the coming election. This sugges
tion of ours was charged by the editor af
the " Republican" with being " neither more
I nor loss than mi admission that modern
! whiggi ry cannot survive in any other than
ati atmosphere of fraud and dccetiuu ; aud
j tlnit, therefore, free discussion, by which
the odious principle of the federal party
j may he ascertained by all, liiu-t he atoid
J ed." Oh! " most lame and iniuileiit coii-
elu-i hi." In w hat school did the editor
'study the rules of lo-ie? Pid he study
; tlu i'i in an atmosphere of fraud and de-
ception '.' We will not undertake to an
swer. Hat we take occasion here to assure
the editor of the " Republican ' of one
thing: and that is that no mailer what are
ti e r. lati ii.- which he occupies towards Lis
: ;l.tv. tw can attire loiu that we are bound
t o Ii
.nrty farther than light, truth aud
, demand our ai l. (Hirs is a mission !
to expose nnul cmtut return u anv
ut ni'isj'hi it " and in any party. But the
editor goes on to sav
' The above admission, however, is made
, . ' .i. . i
upon lalso jireiiiiscs. ( oiicealing the truth
it conveys an intimation that the federalists
1 are ('hided upon the subject of State re
form; whereas they are rea ly all iinnni
H.'ii'fil opposed to tile I'epul'liiaii principle
i f Filial Suffrage."
Here the editor attempts to make his
readers bcliete, bv calling lis federalists.
..... 1 1
1 that t he wli.le wing rartv are opposed to!
Flee Surlrage. But a little farther along I
in the san.e article, he savs :
'The IV111 crntic republicans acd t'mi's
i;;iA ot the n jm:i '1:11 n tilt iff of the State,
have sit out together to establish Free Suf
lra.c bv legi-lative cnuctmeut."
r will have tin- charity to aectsmt for
the editor's charge that the Whigs, or Fed
eralists a- he terms us, are iiinnimuusy j
i.jiiosi-d to Free Suffrage on the ground if 1
11 - " ,
his ignoratice of our piiuciph s. or his party
i-ni. and not to - fraud and Jecep. ;
We will now
this article, already I
too long, where the editor . f the Republican !
closed bis article. In umi!i iuiijg upon our i
nomination of Janu s W. H-borne, Esq., as
a suitable candidate for the Whigs to run
f..r Governor, the editor winds up his com
ment by s;ii;;g, --That wi'l do!" meaning,
we suj, tl ;,t it will do to 1 eat the lion.
Puwd S. lb il. We think SO too.
Wiih pleasure, we acknowledge the re
ceipt, from the hand of the Hon. A. I'n'k
ery. of tltf. Report of the Committee on the
Judiciary upon Federal Courts, Fees, 4c,
accompanying the bill entitled " an act to
regulate the fees and costs to be allowed to
I'bli-s. Miirsl.iJi.s. and Attorneys of the
circuit a.id district 10 jit.s of the I".
for other purposes.''
tt e also acknowledge wuu pleasure the
re.i q t uf the Mii-ieal World and Journal
of I-'ine Arts, of Man h 1st. eni losin-f . i
Pro-p.-ctus. This work is published by
liver Pu r. No. 'i , Priaiway, N. York,
on the 1st and 1 "th of every m.-iith. at I."0,
nijhji'Jit) in advance. It pr .j.-j-e- to give
it- suhsciibcr .'inni.oil'y :ocr lite htindred
pages of val'iai.le and intero-ting i-atter.
tt e lia.e al-o the k-. sur- tj
dge the receij.t vf No. o. of X'.-i.
t- ;; .-i" .j.e, and ir.ii.i i litaa l
. of th.
.. M nth
i!ii hu. -i;
M.. M P
f M 'Heine.
a . i.y i . i iji;...int- .i-ioci , ,.
,:- V I'l ol.
e.c. i.-.. at .-'.'Sou in advance, or
St.liOU at the end . f the year. Aituoisgh
wi- have but a limited rapacity to judge of
th.- a. ility of tl.i- w-ii'k . t -t we bi-lit ye from
a 1 ii i - etc ti--.f taken of the contents of
ti.i- iiuinii. r. that it is a mo-t cxc-lei,t
w rk. We tl.er fore heartily commend it
ti our friei.l- 'A tin- Medical S.-i nee
A b w .lav- -in,.... we were -l...wn bv Pr. ! ""y.w-c l.uUum.ir ,.
P. I- ruM-'r. .f Lin. oln Cuntv. what i. ' . U U.'e An'"" a have rec ited the fob
! lowing important coiumunieation re-p.-ctin"
so; p ,-cd to be a genuine Piainond, weigh- j ,lie progress of European affairs, under the
ii.g about hall a carat, di-eoi tred in the j influences prevailing at Paris,
in.iglib'.iliood df the l.'octor. while search-' Xotw ith-tandirig the profound dissiniu
i.ij for gold in a niiail -.treiiu. fiu w ,,, ; !: ' 1-nii- Napoleon and the three for--11I
it North to hate the truth of the Ulilt. j 'n amba-sadors whose influence prevails
t.-r t.--.-d.'aiid then, if it is -genuine, he w ii
ii. ii. ,, put a o. -i .iption aii'l Iii-tory of It, ,
l . f ' 11.
an i --ar'-!i f,r in ire- of tin; same kind. 1
liar! t'c and
'ouih Carolina Rail
d to a point witiun
the J.I ro e- heretofore
' o mill
now comjiii te-
and will ! (ii.i-b. d
to Ki I,. -
la-t of th
1- Hi ii.t I
TELEGRAPH To CCRA
o'iiji ' i undeogo, of Card
aroi na-, t roi,-,-
i ti.-r to tin- .New Orb an.- Cou-
i-on-ti ii. ti ui of a floating uh-ma-.graj.ii
fr-. ui Cape Sable, in Florida,
-t. ir,,,,, tiienie, to Hieaeos,
rie- di-tame f.-..u, Cape Sable V, H.
t - K
i- I -"in lulu
1 1 in ated at
an. i ine c-y-t .,i tn,. Blrt.
A SING 1 "LA R SI P I IiH.
Ii..- town ol Oiiehiusas. I,,,,,
Monsieur h t,
l.aiitste reeentlv , .-w out
in- iif.i.i.i wiiiiii r in.-iii ui.-. imrie
at his aniagoia-t n. a dm I, hv b
on two .ri-Mous oci-a-ion- of the
hal fallen wounded.
kind, he i
yellow fev. r is iiretailiu
i ' v a r
-iirinani. the J'uteh -
. ii ri. h
untry of South A um riea
.-rl;it )'A III
ncre a,, ).ty l,ml,,1Ilg .
.... i ml .ui. . .
- ..... .11 Hkrfm
i twi-iiiT thousand p ixiin.
Jilt. WEBSTER 8 ADDRESS.
Mr. Webster' address before the Histor
. .s . . r v v.-i. .. . .,. : i;.
leal .society Ul i'tw na iuiuiiin
production. Perhaps it not saying too
u . ...,,. l... n.r witnessed
the like of it.
At the conclusion of this address, (say
the Commercial Advertiser) the audience
rose en masse, the gentlemen giving nine
hearty cheers, and the ladies waving their
handkerchiefs, all sharing the expression of
enthusiasm, hx-thief Justice Jones, rising
to offer the usual resolution, " that the
thanks of this society be presented to the
Hon. Panicl Webster for the very able ad
dress which has just been read, nnd that a
copy be requested for the arehieves," said
that he could not refrain from attempting to
express the deep obligation which the socie
ty wer under to the orator of the evening
tor the high gratification lie had afforded
Charles U Conor, E.-q., rose to second the
r--solution. He could add nothing to what
had been sai.l bv the venerable Chief Jus-
! ,l(,c, except to testify his individual respect
fill, l.L( I'l lO HSU., III.s KIU! 111 lllll IV 'III
.u. ' i.i.-.. i ..:.!.. u . ".I...
honor of the citv of Xew York, and to the
honor of the country of which he is the most
i- i j it a . l .1
! distinguished citizen. Ho advocated the!
resolution, uot merely that the members of
1, . 1 ..:!. .i 1 i-.i ,
: the .-ocn tv might testifv to the people of the
.- . 1 '1 1 . .1
f .'it", Ull H.' 'n I linn u ftunn luai uii t
I (e, for te greatest statesman of his
i . . . . . . .
woriu, uie rcsjuHi wuien we kuoh 111:11 nc
lUIHlll I , HUl III 011111 iLll.ll lilts maul line
. , . , , . . . . . ,,
specimen of the grandeur of Lis intellect, the
, , . . 6 . ,. i.
depth of his research, the va.-tucss ot his
1 . . . ' .
: 1 . 1 1 ...,
ine .tiaiuiiioie eoincuiiou. 11 i- eu
j 1. .. ,r .1.. ..,...: .
rccoiu sucn insiaiices 01 iije him u-siug a
Love the j artisan
If Mr. Webster should be a candidate for
the Presidency, we dare say Mr. O Conor
would never be found among the yelping
pack tliat would be on Mr. Webster s heels
to hunt him dow n.
We w ill insert part of the above speech
i-cj-j-o j- THE J." y JY
t w . , u . . 1 ..
The Senate chamber was on Saturday,
t,t, tjK,a,re w,erein was enacted another
" scene," discreditable alike to the actors
and the nation.
Tl ,.,,-.,, l...t,fn..n ..nitrB tMw.tt
, ....j i'.i,i
aitM u.riif i d-j 1 1 mui u uu-i umii. iu .i
lr. Clemens being entitled to the floor, rose
aud continued his defence, begun the pre-
! vious day. He said " the Senator trom S.
i Carolina had brought before the Senate a
! 1 barge of corruption, which h had found
i in a low scurrilous paper in Alabama, and
i had attempted to give it dignity by reading
' it to the Si-nate. Was he tosul init to this?
I He had repelled it in terms which it and the
manner of its presentation here had deserv- 1
..J by branding it as a lie langua-e which
he' never intended to recall " Ile'tben en-.
tried into a defence of his course relative to 1
n reu 11110 a aeicuce 01 uis course reiaii vc 10 ,
the compromi-e measures, aud bore down
heavily upon the Senator from South Cam-
Una. declaring that no man entertaining;
Mr. Rhett s sentiments, could be elected
11 ii 1 . 4i u
Ii; .111 . I,, tl k.
I'JIIsiuil 111 a n:piii'villlll oral in .iiaianm.
Mr. Rhett followed, statin-that he ex-i
pected that when he repelled the insults of
the Senator that he would be met with rc- j
newcd insult, and he had not been diaap- i
ii.. ,.,..'..;. a ..i... i... ... . ... . .1... :
in. i ij.iamiii n.ij lie lia'l Iioi mi i nil; in-
-n I,,- ., ..,,,,..,1 , .1,.. ....... r 1...
" "j j" 111 lO 1111. 1.1141. Ol U"l,'.I , 1 ,
stating that he could not be diverted from
the prosecution of his great cau.-e the re-
cognition of Mate rights and because he
was a member of the church of Christ for
JO y. ars.
lie denied ever avowing himself a tni
tor. He- owed no allegiance to the United
States h. owed no allegiance to any one
but to South Carolina.
He repeated again the matter com-crning
Clemens' election to the Senate; it was ii'-
private affair ; it affected the dignity of the
uute, and if the tacts were known at la:
tunc, '. might never to have been received
ii.t -.. the t.:i: .
Mr. i '! n.-i - r.--..i:,.-l In r- fi-rriug to tie
i au-e- gr . ii by the ,, nator for led making
an appeal lj tie:- law.- of honor, he- said he
was not aware till la-t night that he was a
me in be r d the church. How could he sun-
-: that man a christian who went to bed j
nightly with the prayer upon his lips, " t atli
tr, i'i rgive u- our tre-ia-si.s, as we forgive j
those who tre.-j.ass against u-, and he, u
alter day. wx- nr. v.aring. with lieiid-like ma- i
liguitv, i f a coid Lio....l..ii murder of another I
man reputation. i
Ihe subject was then po.i.poiicd for two i
IMPiiRTANT I R(iM FRANCE.
lusii'ilih. oniii ii nicnti'l i-l.nl u.
in I -rai.ee. and the cflorts which are main
tained to conceal the treaty which is mut-lm.
. - - s
hetween thi-m. 1 have been able tod
er what has been decided upon hitherto It
has been agreed that Rus-ia shall extend
her dominion into Turkey ; Austria into
Pi'-dui out ; And Prus-ia into the ean'on of
Ncufi .-hat.-l. In ;h- m.-antiiin-the cotiibi:i d
fleets of the re-pective parlies are to mini
: tain such an attitude in re-pect to England
; still prevent all interference from that
i poner. What i, to be the reward of France
does not y.-t aj.ptar. but Jirlgium is the
I j lart.-r towards which her ambition tend-.
" J he city of Toulouse has lately been the
! sc..,,e .,f a new proof r-f the infamous char-
acter of I.o
ing been name.! ,. of that city, received
iii-trnctioii. so to act in hi., offiee as 1 1 ur-
rive at a motive for putling Toulouse iu a
state of ,-iegi-. M. Maupas, hating arrived
in that city, soon (fleeted his purpose, and
in a short time thirty of the most respecta-
bl; ctize-ns w ere put under arrest, without
any ...it of o,,,,d j.roof against them. A
carh was in titiiteil i i,t. the house of the
arrested pai '-es, ami jlt the cour-e of this
proceeding the s,iiee were re.piir.-d to intro-
duee a (i.iantity oftiow.b r and ..r. ,il,..
which were afti rwards alleged to have been
found ou the premise. Ilet.-c-u-d in this in-
famous manuoivre, the inbabitants of Tou-
ill quiie litems iijieui iin:ffi:ieu, umi ina- ; 11 , . 1 . ,
I, .. I - . . l .1 ... 1 1 well as America, accumulation ot a revolu
ble future historians to show the power and 1 . . , . . , .
,n 1 ,. , . r tionary fund, and tie formation of armed
greatness of Pauiel tS ebster. . 1 r -u
r , , , ,. it i orginizatious tn tins count fit. ready ior the
lharles ( (. oner is a leading " I nion 1 , , ...
t, , .. v , i 1 1 ... i struggle when it eitnes. Military eotiipa-
I'cmotrat ot .New ork citv. aud a deleirate I . cr . , , , . . ' ,
, . . - ii- ,,1 lues are to be iorlied 111 every city and
I '!-.- indignantly deliouiieed the partj.-a ti, I tvownulli. A letr Tats also been publlsh
it. and at the -am.- time despatched a me- f fr"J" ' oumlin f-sitli, a barrister who took
morial to th" President demainJiii. tl. ur. rdetit interest itt Kossuth while iu Emr-
i rest and imi.risoiiiiieni ,.f t) , .,.;..!- ;..
' the id act oi their f..l.... T.. .'l.:.
i - -- - .....1.. .o.iiin
1 MiupM, wb directed th? vrrwtiwr to a
pUee in the ministry! Alas, poor Fr
.. -ri . . ' .
"'"ii.ry ; aim, pi,r Y ranee : j
hw 6riv a b-innirijf to )x hrtily !
I a-hamed ., have a, . h.-ad soent.;m,.tible
a eommander.auadissa&factiou is evidently
diffusing, itself rapidly iu the ranks, Nt,
, , j .,,,
wcurSni "yZ tlZVeC!'
i er source a general movement would be made
against the President, W e are approxuna
ting to a decisiv issue. Adieu."
THE AMERICAN REVOLI'TIDXAUY
LKAUW: FOR El'IUU'K.
The Philadelphia Ledger publishes a cu
rious paper, entitled the " Constitution of
the American Revolutionary League for
Europe," signed by X. Schmidt, of lWton,
President ; P. Wagner, of Boston, and J. R.
l'ucrst, of Raltimore Yiee Presidents ; aud
Mr. Williman of Baltimore, Mr. Gloss, of
Richmond, an4 others, a committee. It is
the result of the revolutionary Congress
luld in Philadelphia from January 'Jtth to
February 1st, ls5'-'. The Ledger says :
The design of the League is to overthrow
monarchy ani establish republican democ-
racy throughout Europe, for the aeeom -
plishmcnt ot tins purpose, the hr.-t ot.jeet
, . . , - , , .
! co-operation oi toe uemoeratic eicuiei.ts,
aml T'r fu"' I,,'t0 n,e ,"rtV loL'k-
j 'K ,u , i i
nun null. i ipreioifi u me ucinuei unc eie-
; . . . . . ' . r , .
unuiiaiuics. uii aiiiiiu Hjaiii.-i cm
1 1 .. . 1 r .1
I hev are now 10 be united tor the
uiiupitiiiics uii an iii ugaiiisi eucii oiiu-i.
i . r.e .1 i'i.
I !" coumoii enemy, until which time
i the contest lor the stioi s. u or h iisii a I v
. .t t . i ' tr
begins with tlipjirst retolutioiiary effort, is
1 ., , .a.. n ,. ,
to be postpomaT Jue means to accomplish
. . .'. . v . ....
1 fins otoi'Ct is to Kavp Airit:ittnti in h.nroiit us
. . . 1 '
' r i
, . , -,. ' .
! county iu the I uion, and auxiliary associa-
tions, who pay weekly contributions to the
the whole stpervision ot affairs is
to be under the coitrol ot a Congress ot
all the associations, aid, during its recess,
by aa executive boatd. A political ee-ui-mittee
of three per-ons, elected I y this
Congress, haa unrestritted potter- to act in
concert with other tiatknalities, to take tin'
steps necessary to accompli h European
revolution. This, in brict, is the organiza
tion and object of this association, ami the
question bow far tkey arc c ui-i-teiit with
the duties which Ant rican citizen- owe to
their own laws, and ihe treaties entered in
to by the I'nited Stau-s with the n,"ions ot
Europe. It is a great scheme of in;. ..-
tion in the affair-, of t-reigu nation-, if not
bv the Government, it lea-t bv the people I
ot the I lilted States If the organization
succeeds to the extent of its wishe-, how 1
long would the giveijnieiit of the Fnited
Mates be able to keep trom meddling with j
foreign quarrels .
FRANCE AMI ENGLAND.
The New lors Albiin, a paper that pats 1
much Bt,eli,;on to Briti-h ffairs ridicules i
the d-,clra,,on ,n wlatin to pc-.ee, ma.lc by
Louis Napoleon, to th forty-five English
r--- -- - -j - - (
gentlemen who dined wth him on the -'-th I
u!t The A1,,jrtn reloA,, ,itlli,v ,.,,,,, i
. . . . , . .. ,
, ,A f'.w mnVe pcrsotf have quoted hi-
ui'CUration, as a proof fiat no uc looli.h
UllllllBU-Jll, !.; H J-.ll ,JL IJ'J sui 1 lUOOSli
.1 , , it . ,
sehi-lne is Inrkm? in thd inurj-i u I l.i-.....t
, . . - . 11
" " , ' " e " m ? H-'" j
t""e' e f1'""1'113" taken this announce-
urm " w. .
have expected declaration of war to lol- ;
1" luimtdiat.y upon it. I ml not the arch !
, - ., , , .1
. . , ... ' "..-. ill. J 11 ee luuu,-. n.r ... i. in
ot the 1-t ot l umber, upon some of tho-e , p,,,), of u.eir re-pc.-tive powers of vi.upera-
who, on the folding morning were prison- ; tiuI1. The-e di-plays are of a very injurioes
ers under hl JiargC . 1 it v is it, that We ; teiiilcm-v to the nublie intrre-t- Time i
, . t i r r iiiim n y i) iin puoiii inn re 1
have not the naoes of these famous forty- ors.- than wa-t.-d bv them all u-eful hu.
, . u i .i n i i worse nun w a-iiu oj in. m an menu du-
hve guests. re-haps they will yet leak out, kim ss is delave.1 and di-turbed old arii-
., , ' i " ii . siutss in ueiat.o iii.i uininiiu, euu am
since the vulgarparvenus who coud leit re- ii,., .,r(. L,.,,. alive 'iml in niu- nrr-1
, ,, . -, , , . , , . i "'o-itiis are x.pi ante, aim new om . gi ner-
si-t the temptatoa ot t-eing fea-ted by a ated and in this wav the affairs of the
' , .i . ii;' ' - ' 01 111
1 mice in a palaie are of that vain br.- d , Iieor,le .r(, ,lllir., ,,!,- involved in cmfu -
. . 1 , . lieoiiie me more or i s- nielli i'i ill oinu
ho rejoice to m their names in print
We regret that iomanv Englishmen of the
upper classes coutl have been found in Pa
ris, willing to acept hospitality from a
blood-stained ham, and r,uit presume that,
in addition to tho set just hinted at, the
party was mride u. if hearth-- roues, the
associates of Louh Napoleon s debauchery,
with perhaps here md there- an Loin-t, uini
ahle. clever, but irj.-t credulous old gentle
man of the schod of Sir Prancls liuiid
SENATORIAL C H RTE.-IES.
On the glitb, ir a di.-eu-siou which oe-
curreu in me i. uicu .-tales -senate hetween
-1- .1. - - l. .
r. Khett. of outil I aroiiiia. and i. !- :
mens ,,f Alabam, the latter gentleman
Ot the Villilti)r vTV ' Out I t ttt fti't if ,
He wasrplving to some remarks j
.l,;,.i. pi.M i,..i ... . ... i.. i-...:t.. .i. i
" i.i, ii mil t, .it.', iiei iiiaje. el 11 . . Liie I
I Senate is a 'hgni;et body .
! '' The Senator 'aid that he had call
! him a traitor ard i knave. This
a forced constru tiou of his speech, but
now, after the tir.-um -tale c of the case
after his lecpinj! upon the charge of knave
ry, without takiag any notice of it, ju-tified
him in adding flu epithet of a coward to
that of traitor nd knave. The Senator
(Mr. Rhett) charged him with having cal-
uuirnatcd him. The Senator proclaimed ,
...in. -,.ii a. nail ii, i'i -ll-l I nul l eillllllilllilli
him V The pehonal relations of Mr. Rhett
w ere beneath hit aim. He had heard of a
darkne.-s, in witch vipers crawled among
the multitude, husing, but stingless. He
had always eon-i-ii-red the Senator such a
viper, always hi.-i,g but hating no power
to -ting. The President several tune
called him to oder.J ith!r hard thing
wire said by Jr. Clemens, who, without
coin hiding his rnarks, gave w ay for a mo
tion to adjourn, vbich prevail, d.
A 1 1 1'( J IN T M EN 1 3 Bi the GO ERNOR.
Gov. Reiil ha appointed as his Private
Si-.-retary, Mr. William H. Jones, of Wake
County, in place ol Mr. Thomas Settle. Jr.,
of I'.ockiiighaui, M-igned.
J Messrs. John C. Palmer and E. 1). G uion,
f Raleigh, Ihrertcrs in the North Carolina
j Institution for tkc Deaf and Puuib aud
j " R Rraiich, Esq., of Raleigh, a State
i Pireetor in the Balk of the State of North
j Carolina, in plane of James li. Shepard,
1 E-j , resigned, idei,ih Slur.
i r,,,-vx .,.T.r.. . .-. , .... ... ,.
" " "iii.v.'i l.ti' nu, .si. i u.
j 1 " '""n Tir contains another let-
' ,,'.r fr"m Count Casuuer Ratthyaui.critieising
! ,ne Tu't imveritj, Uie public conduct
, land. Mr. Smiih adaiita the justice olt'oimt
Ratthvani'a couuiitlts. and ili.H.o.roi -. ,,f
in Kngland and
' lliti tiiltA tattj.
.1,. ., . .
j, T ,111 1, hV V , ' "
" u"t th" country roon..
... JOSHUA 11. CIMMXU3.. . ....
; There U something singii.arly disgusting,
at limes, in tho scenes whieu take place in
i ir n r.i ii, . e r!..ntito.
the Hall ot tut House ot Iieprosentiuives. -
luiu.iiwii iii. i i
It is not. we believe, the couural impression
n ! !T' i -i .X ; .
that tho arena of which we speak is one
where States, inot do fongregate."-
That Hall is not exactly, in our political Zo-
diae. us bright a Sign as a Leo or a Taurus
in the celestial one nut still, wuu nil us
t ie celestial one liut still, with all Its
niiainieiiess. there are occasional lurid flash-
au Aii.Itr.t.l IV.m. ilu n liu'li r.'liovn turn-
v.. ,i.;..fl. .1 im..rf!., tlv. Hh iisnnl dim-
ness. Ainonast the most conspicuous pro-
voker of ll... ..ublie derision, in the wav of
i...ri......;..w... rn.Jrai witlon its nulls
.11..(J .v......- ,
there can bo no question that Joshua R
Giddings has, of lato years, been a leading
one. It has appeared to us strange how a
niun, so devoted to the Hack race as ho is,
should feel a moment's case or satisfaction
in being the representative of u wlitte von
ititui ncij ; for one would suppG.;c,iu all rea
son, that he would entertain a perfect re-
' 1C,, t(J 0VK1VSW station so little
, totii't.iiial with ideas, tastes and affections
,), .....,, Ht
him ior the coutDuiiiua-
nliip of negroes. We think it a pity, with
tlls ttvow,-d predilections and velieniet.t at-
tachineiit for this class of our population, he
could not have a siiilMr sphere in which to
exert himself in their behalf He might,
for instance, settle Ionise! ill l.iUrxti. w lien.
' ' '
n , hUort ,i,lic, . would, no doubt, be elc
. . i . . . . .1 1 . r 1 .. t -t .
taico 10 a seal ill me i.egiiiaiure 01 niai
new and growing Republic of Western Af
rica. A movement like this on bis part
would be beneficial to both countries ; for
we should be rid of his citizeuship f.wliere
he can do nothing but rave aud rant upon
the subject which eugrosses nearly the whole
of his time aud thoughts ; and the Liberiaus
would, ou the other hand, acquire in his res
idciiee and service nmoinst tfiem. a leiis-
Mor w10 js peculiarly oualified to hgureon
ucll ,lH..ltlv. We arc induced to make
these remarks by reading iu the la.-tWash-
ingtou Ri'kWc the report of what passed 1
luring the sitting of the House on Wednes- 1
lay, between the atorcsaid Giduiugs aim i not eijually adopted by this one. lie' sit
Mr. Stanly, of X. Carolina one of the last tings will last three months. Reports of
nu mbers that we should have expected to the sittings by newspapers will be confined
see engaged in a piaac with ' an ad-! to the official reports of the proceedings
vi r-ai y. Wf: do not think that any one could draw n up by the bureau. The President
exchange words, in debate, with (iidiiings j and ice President are uninitiated by the
011 the lloor of Coiiros, uicl not be worst- ; President of tue republic for a tear. Mir.
cd lor we hold it to be utterly impossible jsters cannot be deputies.. Petitions may
I hat, in an encounter with hi 111 .single hand- be addressed to the Senate, but none to the
ed, (slavery being- the topic of discussion,) j legislative body. Tin- President of the repub.
Mr. Stanly, or any other member, could 1 lie convokes, adjourns, prorogues, and dis
win a laurel, even by the most triumphant j solves the legi-latitv body. Iu ci.-e of ilis
i llusions of eloquence or logic. Iu such a 1 solution, a new one is to be convoked with
tIlU.,t Giihli,, has nothing to lose, and
i,:4 .,..,., ,lti, ;.,..; . ,,,,,1 il.,r:,
tll(1 same j, H0 un,.(juaj that we are surpris-
cJ whenever we sec another playing it with J
-m -j-jie t.::ciueiice of a member's ris- 1
! mg to speak agaiu.-t him is umtormly a ;
j qui' 'it lo-s of temper bv both parties, and
rapid resort to mutual per-ouaiitics, which :
tM u.s,esot legislation, tor tuc Hour, .
a11 orJ,,r decorum, 'lhiswasthe
cas on Wednesday between Stanly and
himself to a more than ordinary degree of -
'""'v. Giddings' figures of rhetoric, :
ttl"'" "lfI;""1 h 'lenuncati-.ns of lis black-
'"". 'A ' mo-t chaste or
poii - he - l dc-c, -iption neither is he very re-
.r.fl or .r.'irii. in thi-ir Stanlv's
intensity. Liddings- figures of rhetoric,:
serted or snaring
to- . is not so iiui. t aud sub-
...is-i-.e a-, when excited b, opprobrious cp-
.,. aul,tie, 8t him by any spakcr, e-
ptclally one like Gid.li,,,., t- make Lira
backward or mild in his r. trUs. In the
..,. ...H v. .,.,. ,., .. . .. aId...
.- , -
.,u ail uisturbanc. We hope that every
time nereatter innings g,-,, upon ins n-g- ,
. 1. . 1 1 m i. . . - i . i .. .1. ...: ...
uie muse win uear iinii nir ougn -paueur-,
ly as it possibly can. or that tho-e who are J
likely to he tempted into a ui- iis-i.-.n with
him will retire, and give him the field ; for I
there .. nothing w hu h r-u;d ,-ny about .
the ' pro race, in conm i tion w ith anti-slave- ;
,-n v aliout i
. - - i . , i
the ' L'rn race in conm i tion w ith auti-slavu- !
. . ... !
ry.that would not, if h it t. it-elf, perish in ;
utterance. P' tmhurg l.;U I,
A f w day- since, an Iri-h matron called
upon the lli-lief ( 'oiiimitlce of one the Wards,
III tins l-lt'. . rel.re-elitlll- tliat she lleeileil
' ' , , , . ; , ,
"';-" - .... -..,.. .....
' vi r-v I'"'" - S..,. of the g. u-
r'e - "J" rea.-,,g . ne mmse lowmcn
tuev nau nci-u uirecteu, aim (iiiVBiinuing
some of the inmates below, they could find
no one who pleaded sickness, and similar
luck attended their ireiuiries above. Rut,
.1 ile.eeliiliiiif the i t.irj n KOln-in
made her appearance, aud calling to tin-in
over the bani-ters, announced that she was
the person they were in ipie.-t of. A parley
took place on the stairs, when!
she repealed her statement respecting pot
. .......... .. -
erty, sickness, Ac. Yet," interposed the
I....I.. ...I .1,1.- .,..,.., f,.,-,.l ,.r I
aw ,,v at , he never failing
pipe, " Yes,
sure and I te been very sick, but 1 in nei
ther now. "Well, my good woman, ask
ed tin- committee man, " what do you w ant ? '
" Want, is it;" replied she, "sure and we
want anything you te got you can give u,
at all, at all for we re very poor, and we vc
a large family intircly." 'I he children mean
time had swmared out from the hive, alio
gathered around the maternal calico, and
sure enough there was a formidable flock of
bantlings, not one of th. in yet in his leeus.
" How many are there ."' exclaimed the as
tonished committee man, as he cast his eye
over the young group. " Nine, sure, sir,"
was the reply. " And where i-i the oldest I"
" Here she is, sir," answered the mother.
thrusting forward a little cirl, " and she's
tliiitl ten, surely. " "Nine children, and
the oldest not yet ten ! ' " All yes, once
more interposed the invalid husband, pe.-p-
ing over the wife's shoulder with a father s
pride, ''All irj, iiml nlir tt three it! tin ut
noml it unt on the. x'.Jh uj August, that
she it three ut u lime and these are em
sir," added he, earnestly, pointing to three
gills about three ,r fouryearsof age. There
was no more to be said il was a iilain ease
f necessity, and the committee retiorled uc-
eordiii'dv. Snbscniii iit immirv n..,.(ir..,...l
the truth of the stati'ment; we record it for
j the brnelit of the curious. Hutem lUgtsler.
The Opinion pronounced by the Chief
Justice in the case of the Hank of the State
r. the Rank of Cape Fear, lately published
in this paper, has been so far iuodiEd, as
to exclude that portion relative to the issur.
i of notes, hy Ranks of this StaUi under a
certain denomination. ,--,
! " lo,000 U send one of Cllin.'
- Su-nmerMo Livrrj-iol and back.
ISS W , nv
,, , T! ' N.V V m
e , ' ; ., .
able a document to be passed pver, wit n the
... . ... . . u .
brief mention of lU provision which has
w mcunu.. v .v.
appeared, and wo therefore avail ourselves
it '.. , , ,
the suhjned abstract from the columns
ut nn h"HUh- Joul nHl :
" The President is to preserve bis present
title and olheu lor ten eurs: u
line anu omeu ior ten tears; ue is iti-pou-
siblu before the neoide. to whom he can al-
wnva inAnl lltt Im eolnliinlidi'V of the ljld
nn.l Kpa force. He nlone has the initiative
of the laws; he has the right to declare the
state of sieire. referriiiL' it to the Senate.
It.. i,r...i,f. .n r,ti ic!.t. N o
... ....j j.---
accusation cau he brought against miuiiter
but by the Senate. They are only re-pon-
sible for their respective duties. The lune-
tionaries tuke the oath of obedience to the
constitution and fidelity to the President
In ease cf the death of the President, the
Senate calls upon the nation for a new elec
tion. The President has the right, by a
secret deed deposited with the Senate, to
designate to the people the citizen whom he
rt'coiiiinrmlM to iln suflrn,' until the uvt
tion of a new President. The President of 1
t lie Senate governs jointly with Ministers, j
I lie number ot Senators is not to exceed
one hundred aud fifty. It is fixed at eighty
for the first t ear. The Senators are named
for life by the President. Their functions
are performed gratuitously. However, the
President may grant a salary imt exceeding
yo,0(lii francs. The itling of the Senate, is
Hot to be public. It regulates the emi-titu-tion
of colonies, aud all that has been pro
vided for by the constitution. It may pro
pose modifications of the constitution, but
any uieiditieatioii of the ba.-i- laid iu the
proclamation of Pccember 'J, will be referred
to universal suffrage. There will be a dep
uty to the legislative body for etery thirty
five thousand electors, elected by universal
suffrage for teu tears, ami receiving 110
emolument. All adopted amendments arc ;
to be sent, without discussion, before the
Council of State, and cannot be discusc! if!
' . - ....
in six months. 1 he ( ouncil ol State, com-
ros.-d of fortv or til'tv memb.'rs. is nomiiia-
tod and presided ove'r hy the Pre.ident, who
may revoke its members. The members
receive au annual salary of ;!.i,Oll.) franc-
I hey draw up the project of laws, and dn-
eu-s" them before the b gi-latur". There
will be a High Court of Ju.-tic-, without
.ppes,. before which will tie tried .11 at..
tempts acainst the State or its chief. The
mayors arc appointed by the executive
The Wasbington Republic 4? : " Start-
a9 , .. An,ti,ulirtll " x Amcri-
pn f.ar, j, ; )rrf,.cl (...-ping with the
Md of u,MrpJion hy which 1,. X.-
1 . . . it- '. 1. 1
t!, W..l,in,.i. R......I.I... Si ,ri.
r . .. . ' .. . , h
,B,i ,u l,.i- hft ii,.,..l, cn.lUrel in-r-
j , s e
jury and treason then, may be exported for
1 r . ....' r .
a time to hear with diiinlar eiiuaiumity tne
flagrant outrage now committed with th-
color and forms of law. An Usurper, in the
first iii-tance, i.oiking pretence of a regard
Ujf ml,1C (- re Ulll-I 1 liem hale
,.,,1,.,, ,m ,f) ,,,,. off . ,.,, ,j
, aUII. the ,tlllll, of ,,, r. ,l,..p,.
1 -.i . . . e i . i
, nnth a con.-tilution framed to advance
U- i i o . . i
, jj,s own y,), n, ,!, ,.. iiirniii iit- to do
t . - ' ... - , , . ,
. his meanest and his foul.-t work, ami with
, i i . , ii
; an overwhelming unlitarv turret., f i.'l baix
I .i . r i v i i
i upon in the tune of "teed. Nea.ly a.I pw-
' . i i . i i i
r rxeriltive or li il- ative. Is 111 his hands
fur the public weal, ciri-iiui-tain-i
i;, ,.,.., ,;t ..',...... ;. ,..,1 1 ... -.
hurles,,ne, so thinly disguising ttr.ii.it, that
1 : . . .- .
,t) ma(. y- p-,,,,,!,. or honesty can hold
wa, or , office UI1j,.r it.
" The daring encroai-hments of this new
i eonstilii'ion are for the moment . a-t in the
, , i ,i , . r .1 . .
s.ll.1'1' ii, mi- iniiiii lie M ii'i I'-.--, iiui-.--
. , . - , , i i
rei in evervtriiiK l.ut lonm. mnl iiiintvito.
an amount of soi-ial mi-rrv unkiowu in
France since the cb-e of th
"flu one day the Mumtiur promulgated
three of them- decrees one traii-in.riing by
a stroke of the Jn-n to avein the chief
member of th-r Mountain another spell
ing n.-nrly seventy other n-pri -rtila, ives,
with an as-urarii-e that if they r -ent r the
country they will be trait-potted wMho-'t
triiil a third bani-biti;', ' t r tin- si.lie ot
the general safety,' a wind-, h .-t of great
soldiers, profound stale-lin n, and a. coin
plislied writer-. Private property is being
eoiifiseat. d to a va-t extent in alum-l all
jiarts of the countrv ; the e-tntes of tin
Orh an- family are . -trat- l tit the bare
bidding of the I'ri-i'lcnt ; and all i-
with so high a hand that the bolde-t hold
their tongues. ,.,t tle ir turn come m-xt
i i ,
"""IT1 "i"1"""" .,..".-.. -,
1 .. .... ...a 'i ... A. i . .1 1
Ji iii'" f ifiiliiJi'iiin ii'tiii'rN win ir lie r imii-
"V" rieiii to i.e to sire.igtncn ins
militarV jio-ition by sowing the seeds of di-
visions in the ranks of his enemies. He j sii'iuni o- ruppnen u u niineirm ana nrrerii
seeiires the continued atta hment of the ; clothing. A lew hundred dollars addition,
s ddicn by giving t ast sums to retired v.-te- , ' might ultimately prut Jo he a great say
r.ins ; while he out generals the Soci.-ili-t- mg Xtt. hiht. '
by devoting millions of francs to such oh- ' 1 1 '
j.ts as tte improvement ol the lodgings of.
working classes, the ' credit of rourier,'
aii! ' the Society of
d in the names of
" And all this i-
law and order ! Treachery, dr-poti-m,
bani-lnni nts and sjioliatioii, arc coti-ecrated
by the pretence that they are essential to
the advancement of religion and the moral
aud political prosperity of France."
The Ronton "Journal" furni-hes a strik
ing illustration of the benefits of liberal and
judicious adverti-ing. It is from the ca-h
book of S. S. Houghton, a dry-goods dealer
in Roston. From lh-c. 17, l.il, to Jan.
I "", his sales without advertising were
81.712 1(1 an average of ?i."i a day. At
the end of that time, he commenced adverti-ing,
and up to the th of February ex
pended one hundred dollars iu making his
business known through the newspapers.
At that time his sales had reached fri.lllio
h i ! ... ., i .. ' .
"o an average oi e-'oi,o-i allay. I Here is
very little danger that that man will give
CI I EVALIER II C L.S EM A NX.
The Mobile Register denies that thi gen
tleman was insulted with a charivari sere
nade in thai city, and says that it was in
New Orleans, the indignity was offered.
We hac seen nothing in the papers of that
city ou the subject. Star.
A down east editor baa got such a cbl
in bis head, that the water fr.-ex.-s ou his
f.e"" '"LvO i- tul.rtkl-. I'i a.li UlJ U.'c.
Corrcsjwndcmv of the j'.v. Intrllifiriiicr.
Madrid, Fkmim aby 4, i-.-,o
. Mcmirs. Oamm & .Skatos i A priest, six.
ly-threu years of age, has ktriu-k ut th,.
(juecn of Spnin with a dagger. On the
of February, forty days being acoompli,),,.,)
since the birth of the infanta, ull Mudrnl
was dressed in gala. iJich hiiiigings of siijj
aud velvet, and embroidery of brilliant c.i.
ors, tit eorated the ttretts. Ten thoiis,Ul
soldiers guarded the eoursn of the enpeet.-l
priKis.-ioii, and the whole pi' Ie, hi hlv '.iv
! a'tifc, were waiting to Welcome the tiist,-,
pearaiice of their helmed Queen wiih r
I ' born child goiii:r, acenmpunled by ull
t h at U , n ad huh honored in Spam, a ml
mai is ,T--a. Hi'.. iioiioreu in rpain, aim sur
rounded by the most splendid pageantry f
the Court, to assist, according to the custom
of her auccstu.s, at tho solemn Tr Ileum
said iu the church of the Atochit for hi r
bajipy delivery and the birth of the hehv-.i
to the throne of devotion, w as coming out of
the ihupil of her palace attended by tl,,,.
whole Royal family, and by the Grandee-,
and Ministers of the Crown. In the great
gallery or corridor which surrounds the in
terior court of tho palace many people hud
been admitted for the occasion, and the
place w as full, except tho ."pace kept npi-n
for the passage of the Royal party I t a con-
siuerable body ot the llall.erdiers. Among
crowd was the scoundrel pin st, pou
Martin Merino, wlm, as the Queen approach
ed, at the very door of the chapel, threw
himself 011 his knees tefm her a- if to pre
sent some piiitioii, and, unsheathing a .mall
dagger untie riieath bis Pro:o( joi, -!?, (1,i
drove it into In r side 1 f on- any one could
see or arrest the movement
ll.11 pile for Spiiin, the Unecn was heai-
' Ures-cU in rode ot State ; ami, ashy an
instinctive move be threw her arm between,
tin- length of the weapon wa- shortened bv
the thickness ot the arm, which was-ligbtl,
wounded, whilst the force of the blow wa.
partially spent by traversing a mass of gol I
embroidery, and also a piece of whdb boii '
iu her cor-et, which was cut entirely in tw
dug-ger, therefore, only pemtrated hi r
:1 . I:.. 1 At . .- L 1 .... .,
ide a little nore than an inch, betweeutlt.
lower rib and the hip, culling through ii.t
the cavity of the ab luineu, but lint prmiu.
ring a tery dangerous wound An im h. - i
perhaps a half inch umre. and Spain won!
have suffered the greate! political calan.irt
that imagination cau coiieci.e f.r bti.
The tjneeu uttered a cry of pain and Ml
back into the rms of lie-r attendant-, one ef
whom was quirk enough to m-ite the arm of
the a-sa 111 before the second blow cutil 1 ...
given. The t-nustcrtiatioU was terrible, but
the Halberdiers pii-hiiisr ritht slid b-ft wr
rounded her Majesty, wbil-t b- w borie-
I "r u.portea to her ted chamber, litre -l,-
assassin owvd hi life fi-rthe iiiti;tit
crowd which preripated itelf ut'on
.-'uif tcr.iurii.ru un-w innr murm,
but no w.-ap.-n could be used, and a h rcn-
an Haihcrilur wiritiu: Ihih by the m.bir
- " - ' - '",
"'y tranquil man iu Madrid that afternoon
llalf " hour after, whilst far. roll.d.-l
,,M rroweil cheek, of IHgmtarim of flat-.
, ',' nl ti
' , 1 1 T . ,
f?"lJ ,M' h'1
iM t,lc if axe ! wu a
" "i"'"" n'i oran.n-c, ui m mgini
in tut; palace wore
gri4-f, the ax-as-ni sl
b.-n i.hn i d or r turn
ir gaxc of such as w ere jh rmitt. d l-. .
'.' . inumpliant I
" lien 4 ri( -aw ioiti lie w a sli 1 111 u,e l-r-
. , . , . . ,, . . . ,
lief that he bd kl led the Uurrn mil mil
, , , ,
that he hid i hie led a ercal g.H. f. ,r ha
If au earthquake had -icl.l- i.lv -linked !..
city to it- foundation-, tin . fl- .1 iu M ir: 1
could not ha-.c been greater The fir-t i.
tiii.atiun of n iiit.-rrupii n tin- ( tun -
.aiiie from the in o.- r,t . f u,, :i .p., y ;. ,
Iroiii being .'i-jiuiyi-d in long -in.-b r u.i.
for marly two, iiiil-. suddeiiit b.-el.-.l iol
column and niotrd ! ard- the palace, I jk
" , up il.liy pojiliJii- from that iut t
tin- Pla in, nhir. thi-y reiiiamid the n -t t
the day. Rut tin r- was n-j oread n ft
their r . i. - Tin- heart) ..ta!tv -f lie
Spaniard- t, a thing in -I uiidoiibtabb- and
never was it iiiamfeste 1 uioec U-ar!t" than
on this ucca-ion.
THE OMAHA INDIANS
Sf h-arn that the delegation from tins
tribe hire are growing ij-utc lirmt and
i in j .i ti-lit at ri'tiianiitig so long from e)i.-ii
j homes and people. They wi-h t.-i r"l b-k
1 b f .re the emigration wrt ard fr- ui !-
ti!l nave i iiiiin iii e., in order to jretei t
.-riou dirTi-reneii and difhoultiei which
might orcur b tweeii the emigrant mid thril
tribe, I ' - le id. rat. I . iii,pre-s, d with their
cirrillii.'t.inees, Co Irf-a, the Co!limiMoirr
of Indian A fl it i r , b done wh-it,ver lit in
lnm t . aid tin Ir r- t .- i' i. t.e- sn-l p.ir
-' -, and wt hejir tint I -- will rite i.e
J.ior ihiiilr. ii of the wiiiis a fuitUr au 1 fi
nal hearitig to-day nt noon, when sut-I, con
sideration will be -h . ii them, by way of
pri'-cnts and othrrwi-e, as pr-ibahly
hale the rffeet u( re tormt! their gieirt will
and -ending them ItniiK- pretty wdl eonl.-nt
I ''' A sum o twcnlt five huinlred d-dl ir
i I, . 1 1 f I' . . . .1 r . I -
-- -- ' .
tt IHii- h lt niri if,I I m i tl1 lli.or
-1" ' - , ..... . . ( ... . .
travelling home. I his hih would sn ui to
be hardly adr.iiiate ; for, ill addition, thot
(jy- j,;,a (, liit.-lt a numb, r
I f rongres, frn, South Carolina wt i,t out
to California, to try a
, .,,.,, that he -iru'ck
streak of (nek. Il
" rich t rill " at a
t.-ry early day. Soon after hi arrital In-purcha-ed
for kid ,, and (irotrssioniil tee
III the case, an interest ill some ti.liiable
real estate in San Fram-i-wo. It was in lit
igation, but (he Sii,reme Court in California
has decided the case iu Mr. I .ilium' favor,
and he is now artnally receiving a ground
rent of SIlMMIpier month in adtanee, or an
annual income independent of his profes
sion, of is ootid.
PASS HIM Rol NH.
A scoundrel, calling himself CIibiIm A
S illiani", who says bis father resides at
Rochester, N. Y., is adverti-. d in the Holly
Springs papers. He married n daughter of
a worthy citiwn, J II King, ami left her
in otemtier last in misery. He is sani t'
wife also in Cliit-asro ami another in
Memphis ; and may, by this time, have
married another. He is described as being
!i feet II inches high, stout built, stoop
shouldered, wiih black hair and whiskers,
and is a coach and buggy blacksmith by
HA L K OF A STKAMF.lt.
Tin: Cuinml sti ;uiM-r Anil i.i bus In i n
sob! tn Ihf Wi M liiiliu ('iniiiitiv to sup
Jily tin- lii' if tlin ill -fill" il M'-aliiff
Aiiifion. It is likely, it is sii'kI, llnit lb''
V-i wUl jLu j.il.
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