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THOMAS J. HOLTON,
Kditor k 1'ROrUUTOR.
Tlie.N'irt! '','OR Whip will bt afforded touh.
rilM ' Jt TWO TmiM.aRS in advance ; TWO
bol.i AKi- .vi - 1 ;m i p;j;.;l,.k.j
Mtne md of th. rr. Np. will be rii.cnn.
nticl until all arrearage! are I'a.u.exceut at Hit
"' ,ur " . : "'
,, 0 the Kditur. . .
(16ii"i"r li-,tlii)iiel ijpc) for the r,rt inner.
1. u.rliiioiii.'nli 1 11 aft rf I'rt 1. 1 I la... lUlt.. .. I
1 on, niMceiiiirirf ami eoiituiuiiiici,., Court d.
nnd fil.M..H'. U.l... t 1 .1" .
r,,.,nei.i and PI.erifl Sole, ch.rged as (K-rjlow window where .lent the miser befide bis
t. higher ! and dwlnetioii of 3JJ per crnt. will 1J0, 0f plj r
(, .r. Atterti-.iii(iiU inm-rtd nioiuhly i.r
nu.rt'-rlT, at $1 ier "qinre for r.i ii tin e. bemi.
m.mlhly 5 reuli pr aqiiare f?eiicii"iinie.
4jl'oiitiiiiifr.' iWited to aet Ee,iti
tea""' 'f.-'-- 1. , ,-
inn atfsru. motzisr.
THE TEDS OF IHIR.
Ah me ! thi impV fiI!cfi Lr-iid
h"t? summer wm'ii o Ijtf!? M'aircd.
A fiti hT (InfTi of! he plajrri,
V ith toll c tft fettfa.
Mr 1 ih-Hff,
N f Hinrr hrr f tirjr fnn it renf
StuU pluck their tl'fr!
Wit lfih!ft bijii, nor b!rtm, alt !
'n flurm lh d-ad !
rh poo! witttU fafetlirip &t P
Wjkr fiiiirumf only mtd the gr
Above h f litd,
Afiufjii lirr, bppy an ilun,
IT if mrrf ?oip shall i-trr ptfi,
Ssohtrtf r-rhora wke the git n,
With muie litiging !
A ttd bifct ft-joice,
At?i nurnmer Bfri brt stiie ft tn.i
Hut l"f hl! r hif, i fcin-ir,
lief litviug tvir J
Mr tft rt? fHrfl n ilH i-'.iPilln tc-r.
My be rl wmH c-tf-m ;
An l bsff tay iitV, ud ami nurff,
i-it bttt iff. wi;h mv tji arJ !tra
Uitbin lur tmb!
2om liit American I'tnni.
T ii i: n 1 1 I u II T ,l A l :
A TALK OF A rittr.MtVH MKI.
tY HMMA CABP.A.
Tiir. Misr.a'a nox or ofit Tier DEATH
SilRI.K tV A VP TIM.
After Clara ha ! arranged everything for
n 1 a terw,u to Mep down the ttre-i . to ,
.'.r. I.arlc e, the widowed mother of It-
When the mier had been alone a fei
moments, be looked cautiniilv arsund the
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l.rune'.s'con'-ort-warmedabriek to rut , , , n'V '"Mt "venge ; le sale there will go with you and then j ,ftpr her immersion s " came up out of aud, including even some of the police, to poll,)ent 0, the N. Y. News gives tbe follow
i i mi ,c iu.,i. hi. iint: l slmil he mine j ' and then glancing towards ! return and do what 1 can towards extin- tl,e water " relieved frii ber affliction and ' commence an indiscriminate slaughter of . . , .. , , , ,
' b" n," W7"?n .l'd-Sn.WB the closet door, he whispered, Jlc too must ,,shing the fire and finding out the pcrpe- ' Z .'ahled t proeej.-. hVr hotuc w""hc-ut : ue passengers, and the indiscriminate plun- ln? expedient resorted t
ii-ar the fli, and performed various other dj, wotlld be but l.aif com-. trator of this dreadful deed." ' tl, l'n .be ft.rm.pl.C. .:,,! Tin's wnn. I der of their bagaee. So unprovoked aud by a sprig of the law near Genesee :
i t .e oilieti that tinee the rieatj ol her p!,.(., .' , When William took the box be thought ; H,f! -r. ....rf.fk. .i.i',rf f ! wantou au outrage upon life and property. A law suit was to come off in town, am
itiothrr "ne had been accustomed to perform, u l(J-s (1(.re-' inirrtJ the uii-cr diow- ; he would carry it home for safe keeping, v,,r- foPi;r, rmrkj ( ibe 'nuiw of the 1 could not be allowed to pass wit bout notice, voung Spooney engaged to subrona the wit
l. .a.e the oid man goo'l-tn-lit, am a. sj!y, w;t, cv, clOAC,j knowing that it must be of value or Clara ! cl,'rch who attribute! it to the at-encv of and accordingly the indignation which was ncssas. The road were almost iuipaabl
nave pern, lell nim 19 go li lier ruimurr, y i . .,,.,,) -0j, nl4 f., trould mtt Iit run herrd it amid sneh .... I o-:-:. I felt and rinrix.ril llirnii.din.it llm rnunlrv. onimt .-.f tb mud .and t wo of the w It
eeo M oiwr one present , men rl"n . I C and were riveted on the form that bent over
licked the entry door, drew the "'u'owhim. Tbe wretched victim essayed lo cry
e'Htiini mire wcurelr, then taking a key f,,r I,,,, , ,ir0ng hand coinpre-scd bis
from his pocket, he unlocked a smail cup-,1, , Miml , ni kouiiIs save otic smothered
hoard over the manteb piece, and took forth
box a font and a ba.f in length, a foot in
"i-mn. sno, annul tne same wniin.aiiu eurcu
it on the round oak stand by his
snnls for the Grst time sinee he entered '
tiie room now played over bis features.
" Tins ii all mine," he said, all mine ;
le turndtli key in tbe lock that guarded :
hu treasure. "What would lhe world be
if it pt not for this ? ( wnmtT this '
I could eat, drink and be merry over what
ire callrd the good things of lbi world j
l"it ht. no' that is not the way I want to
fnjoy it. I want ta im it every ni "lit be-;
firo I -lei p want lo see it glisten as I handle ;
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i.. ami pnii n on Hie lan.fl ursine me. .
what would the world be without gold! True, 1
I woriicd bard for it in my youth, and once
I thought lo enjoy ii differently, and should, ;
!" 1 Vh, tb Idol of my j "ith became my
Bif ; but when she actually jilted me, and .
married another richer than myself,I hated j
t'.e world, and tmw tb 'y call mc a mi.cr
'ell, kt theiti, I care not so that this
liniing metal is iiihiK.' '
And lie took it from the strong, box. and ;
played with the different pieces as a child j
would play with its toys; now arranging ,
'hem in rows, then piling the;, in mimic f
architectures with the larger coiu at the base :
1 limaxed by a tiuy dollar. I
At length the miser irew weary of bis
ain;ii.m,,,ifi and slowly and carefully he re
piaued the pieces one by one in the box,
and locked it i then rising, ho pl.teed the
"nail table, nt th-i head of his bed with the
l10 containing his treasures still standing
" I can sleep butter if thou art near me,"
e muttered half audibly, and then con
tinned, "Thou hast been my guardian ere
t" -night, and if flames ihould encompass mc
hese fill be easy to find."
I he tiiiser returned to the large) fireplace,
'.d pirling the brands, be placed them
endwise inside tho jamb, nnd covered the
embers with a hes ; and then divesting hint
ell of hi.i coarse garments, be robed his
looping form in the woollen wrapper, and
'ay down to sleep.
dow hi. U,i! t? B!a,cd P '"!
tread, now pceriminto ,nm.
cellar. where sound, of prolonged revelry
. Uvr. ivliiuu mm iume ami v. i itAii
went to trove that in a ,.rni n;r .1. .'
-J' " no ..reier darkness, to light.l
I' " e Weill Uia wear? round, he Punned
j hero and there down dark al'leya to the
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j "h"h au 'e.i as 11 i aearen of tho8e ho
ciioo.-c Hie uiKiim-ht mur to do dnrV il... .1.
I .c" ur'' 0 ,or'" wc" protected from the
""ry nasi paced to and fro beneath lb
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. "l ,,PP "in sgnin, for with the
"'-"ide of the old mansion we have but little
to do at preoeut. The beautiful Clam I'.ir.
i chard iout.Jlj hlccping in her Warm
I b'd, drsn.ing of ber lover who wan to icr,
i.;u ti, .t,.. i.M
..... ,.c,u in.,, j.rifouer was
yin beneath her pillow. And the young
.reman naa lorjo ten How narrow was bis
uuiauimw una ui were troutileu ;
at one time lie thought he wa9 encompassed
y fiery serpents, who shot their deadlv
fangs into bis quivering flesh; and then in
i.mcy, he saw his idolized Clara roaming
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o through love of h.mbut enough of
dreama ; kt out faithful pen depict a rcci.e
from wbieb even now our soul recoils.
lne midnight bell had struck, and the
heavy Lreathing of the miser told plainly
.... vut 11 1 110 mi fcia h iienni iks rjnirii r 111.1.1
...u. nc. ji naa caueii mm to lorget Ins
reure. rtii was silent in the old mansion,
save the tick of the eight day clock in the
comer, when the full valance that hung
, : . , v., vn iue i ..mi imager. n was uot
.roiu the tide Urs of the bedstead where i so large, ho thought, as tl.e one that crazed 1
t li ..1.1 t n .1..k. 1 . .!!. , . '
me t.j man
mciu'-rt, the .
?gan to Mir
i t th
ut cnnsi .)
meut, could not be seen even if others Ic.-ide
the o.d man had been in the room, and then
j the lip of a light shoe was vitible from bc
jneath the bed. , n.ntm nt more, and a
I masculine hand as sbw ly extended beyond
the deep ri.!lie that urround" i the l ed, Mid
there crept forth from hi hiding p'a?e be-
' "lr ii me miser n ei
,seeii, he would have trembled and cried for
j help would have clenched bis box of
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,treaure, and exclaimed,
i.i ii i.i
l.od l,ac mercy on me .
I , w.v,o rj" uc vivnru I 'I
:ierp. and it was we'! far bim that tl.ev ware.
OT It made f,im UneOli.ciOUS nf tlie blnn.1v
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inai iinm mm a late that no liumau
power eould now avert, when the opportu
nity ff.r sueh a deed was so f ivorable.
! Cautioiuly the asa'siu arose t. his feet, and
by the dim th-rb d iijl.t th.it had been left
burning, aud which lit the room vo scantily,
he looked around, s if to make sure thrie
waa nothing present to thwart bis purpo.-e.
eyes of tbe niidi-ight intruder were
; blacker thio (he deepc-t ti'm' of the raven's
j wing, and there waa a compression of i.if
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nun was sure to be completed. A g
, wtiiiene.s as on his t-heelc and brow, an
it seemed a. if th friends had lent their aid 1
in giving him an expres.ion of fury as ,c I
Hew irom beneath biscoat a sharp poikfoard.
aud examined it keru glistening edge. I
;iS!ow4j and cautiously the asss.ssi.i bared bis arms, went towards the noor. ! tnunieaiit of the EpiWp.l Church, bavinrlof occurrence, that it can hardly be
; his arms to his elbow, and then passed round ' he noise partially aroused the girl who , hlWy heQa colYeTtcln0 ,i,e iaplit ! forgotten. It was at Panama on the loth
to the front of the bed. j released herself by a violent ellort d u,)(i,;r ,ht. raitlif tratio,pf the Rev.lr. Wil- of April la.t, that the niaacre took place,
j " U ould that I could persecute vou far- 1 reached the small tanle ; taking the box that ; liamB of ttl0 pirJt JJaUst Church of that : bJ which several Americans lust their lives.
tlu r than death," he muttered ; and then, eontamed the gold she tried to leave the cj,v on Sunday tyeiiim' immersed in i The affair grew out of an altercation be
' with ghastly Mui!e he added, " If it were ! room, but illiam M.atcbcd it from her, th; j,reS(,,lc, of g Uroongregation. This ' een a fruit-seller and one of the passcn-
Lut po.sible, how I should like (o pile the j saying: ilariv had been sfili-ld for a number of gors across the Isthmus. The firing of a
figgots around your worthless carcase, and I
cist a ourniug irani in tneir mi ist . nut as :
Tl,e old man Mill half uncot.sf ious, raised
his head from bis pillow and stretched out h;s
. witnered arm for his treasure, e xc laitntn? :
I '' "'7 gn''' 'Pre me my gold !"
T ihi- K.r. I in Ir.st. U'ord. that .rrr
spoke, for at this moment his ryes opened
ib!iri(,k R, ,,Je fir.t t,ovr 0f noiguard ;
lni) tbf t,n.s, ntu.r ,,ru.t 0f tiC P,pou's ;
p0jnl drained alnio't to the last drop the
!, ,.),,, grt,.ri,.f 0f Simon Morey. the miser. .
Ai, ; .,!,. ,., ,bt fir.t I
smothered shriek, and the echoes of that,1
awoke the sleep, r iu the closet. i
William Earle started from his troubled
dreams and listened for another sound like!
that a bieh awoke bim but all was silent !
again sn 1 he concluded that it wa but bis
dream that had assumed a fancied sound, !
and perhaps the eloe nir of his prison had j
caused it ; so hn cleared fiom the aperture
the nui'.t that had obstructed the air, and i
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once more laying ins neao on nis leuiji'irnrj
pill iw. he tried to sleep again. and now !
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he thought he heard a baud on the door of
the close t as if sonic ono waa trying to open
it, but be dur.-t r. I speak for hu leaied that
it might be the uncle of Clara,
Again the door w-.s tried and this time
there fell upon his ear a deep curse that the
door cauld tint he ppent-d. William coeld
kerp silent no longer.
.. Who's there T" ilemanded be ; but tia
anawrr was returned, mid the young man
began to think that all was only imagination,
ai,'d on.'C more he tried to compose himself
V hen the assassin saw that the dark closet
was barred against him he stood for a moment
throuehtfullv. aud then whispering to him
self, "Hall havo it now I be snatched live
eoals from beneath the ashes and threw
them upon the bed where lay tho lifeless
body of the miser ; then turning to the table
at tho head of th? bed bo took the box of
gold and stepped towards the outer door ;
stopping suddeiily, however, bo replaced it,
" Fool ! know I not that it would betray
William placed his f.ico near the opening
to inhale the fresh air, for he was too per
turbed to rest, but in a moment after he saw
a pair of dark eye glistening upon him from
nitnout, and then a weapon was just descried
iu lhe darkness. William sprang from his
resting place and avoided the weapon as it
ce.ved only a alight scratch ou his face and
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He retreated too far from th
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...w nnuilltl U1UIT II
""T11! m"" uow s ne conunucu to
murder, tbe form ouUido Tanubed from hi.
luo luna uuuiuo vauiauea ironi
ror a few moments did the young man
fifill fn. I...IM I...I I I I '. f .11 .1
..... ucijj uui uuuc uearu mm, ior llara
cuanibcr was too far away and youth gen
erally uleeps soundly, and then there came
within hi narrow jirieon the scent of burnin"
linen, and at tbix. moment be heard the
-.ii.uuu. runs auo ct v outsiue, 01 nra
. ni w'i'.T iy r. but Bill, n mfiii
ltr Kluiiim.. ..ITH. L.- X ' .1 I ' I . 1. .
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ine fine 01 Ins eel. -like lodi-ing room
then placed bis feet against the door.
j strong panels gave way, the hinges broke
, anu tbe lover of Clara Blood
parlor of the old mansion. The surround
ings of tbe bed were blazing.
" Wretch aa he is," muttered V.'illiaru, " I
cannot bear to see him burnt alive. No. for
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" 11c is, ue is me uneie 01 t iara.
Springing to the side of the bed he threw
jdown the Mazing bed clothes, when who
can paint the scene that met his gaze !
I The miscr'a tightlei eve bails glared full
; upon bim, and in the cenu e of his henrtwas
juried a weapon to the hilt, the handle oniv
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lett protrudniL'. .Scarce v knowtrw w hnt
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did i nam sank on tht le o the bed
withdrew the fatal da-'er It was not
mi. mv.) i..tl. li K us not
ns own face aud arm, and vet h
doubt that the same hand had ouided hnth
i that night.
" .( crtsffir. Mill. In.1, ..J ln,l...
as me might reflection trom within Went
ou- mrougu tue tun, curiaimi; and now tbe
,. , . ueHru Ul rauie 01 tne engine
whee.sand the voices of hi 1 comrads as they
neared the house. At this moment Clara
oursi into the room, exulauning :
I " 0 Willi tm, William: )o arouso
" He will never wake again," answered
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the young man, while his face was livid with
1 e ill uiion, aim lie poiiueu 10 lUti Ul ailgleG lomi
! before bim
I Clnm mi. nnn Im.rl l.r'l- ll..,
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to Der lover, she nr. aimed
W ho did this :
" I know imt," was the wild response :
"but there has been an assassin here to-
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Clara looked at the weapon still in lia
hand, and theu at the slight wound on his
. 'check and the blood st.iined slfirt he wore,
and the sight aeemed slm.jet to congeal her
"f0 blood, aud wilheneloud wail she sank
on t,! I"0'- At this moment there were
1 t. "loii. eln.i.f.r"".. to b' . .-d mi Hi"! .
nut iin.isi.i stoou siunenea. anu in anoii:ti
iiustant ti e outer door was forced and oum -
her rushed in to extinguish the flames
And now for the first time did William seem
leui.iu wi uuiiuuu ; springing I'j u.o
closet be put on his coit, and catching dura
" Go lo my mother's bouse, Clara ; it is
nut a nine way now n tne si reel ami you wi i
scenes and in such confusion, so again ask-
ing the girl to follow him be hurried out.
nor did he perceive that she was not with
him until be was some distance from the obi
innltklrin Aft..r hnd r.t. hod bin hilln.
and drposited the l;-x iu his own sleeping-
room, he was about to return to the scene
of horror, when he met in the entiy hist
mother who had been awakened by the alarm
' Mother," said be, " there lias been a
dreadful trsgedy enacted iu our neighbor-
hood to-night Simon Morey has been mur-
" Murder.,1 V r.asPe.1 the widow
" Yes mother. In his own home, even
In his owu bed."
"O Heavens ! William i by whom ?"
' 1 know not. mother : but I must not
ton to till mv mora now. for the aisassin
when he had accomplished the deed of blood,
sought to hide all by making a heap of ashi s
of the old matiioii, and I must now go and
join my company who art- there Irving to
extinguish the flau.i-" and before Mrs.
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r.ari cciino niaKe auouier reiuara, ine ycunii;
fireman darted out of the door and retraced
uiin vuui'i in-iAt; iin;tii'i iriiiiiiR.. me it'un
his steps to the miser i houe.
" Where is our Captain; tonight?" naked
one of the firemen as he stood at the brakes
with his companions, forcing a largo stream
of water through a bro!;cn winelow into the
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Iiail'.l n uriG ...u nun" a ,i . .iii.i, ir... ..j
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spreau rapiuiy. .
" It is always hard to tell where he is :
when duly calls," answered one by his side. !
" Is it. answered William, springing to
the top of the machine and giving orders
how to proceed ; and now another and
another engine whirled rapidly down the
street, and soon the fire was subdued.
When (Mara saw her bver depart with
the box that she knew contained a partiou
ot lier uncle ealth, her lust tnougiit was
to follow him and remain with Ins mother
till the flames were quenuhed j and then
other thoughts rushed through her mind,
and turning she begged ouc standing near
to get assistance uud take the lifeless .body
of iter uncle front the room. In a moment
Mir-i Jiirehard was obeyed and the corpse
was removed to a chamber where the flames
did not reach it again.
When the fire was extinct William left his
companions and returned to find tho miser's
niece, but lie found the clumber door which
contained Mr. Morey's body was closed
while within a number bad assembled.
William asked to be admitted but be was
denied ; the one raying that they bal sent
tb. proper author . and no more
could en.ir the cbambc. bey came.
. J he yomg "ton saw ti.fb the door
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i , , "P'f Cr .h'.1J. " f fcer
I e 'veo, anu ne dcckou
ber to come j
nean-r. but while ber faie.tw still paler
to 1 she turned it awav. ar.o lain, with a
: fcelitif of dinnnnniiitniiitt t! ha would nit
ifry i now regard him as her b' -iend, turned
! ! of
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I their room and taik'over lU'eadfal affair
'of the murder.
a ; TO BE CONTI.M
Tr.r.Ri riLK Oi;tr Aa-t tw.
' Kor.iaabeVi; Gazette rii.i.1e fallowin?
: aicracei'ul aitair : t
The s',r&tr rf s'j'a'j ot Gutttdt. 1
in hapten, -l'Auys. , iit-ir termiur.
. tett bis apprent.reshij! a fur.:ier, gave on
the occasion a trrn: Jmuuet to nil the
nirister furriers of thiru. After a good
deal of wine had beemnk, the conversa
tion turned 011 the tstfixiou of Christ,
and the guests, regardi of the considera
tion due to their host, l-ted that ho was
responsible for the eriuf his ancestors.
One of them at length oposed that as a
punishment, the young n should undergo
the operaliou of bavin-, cross cut on his j
Per.-on. J he propositi. was adopted with !
applause, and tbe younnan, in spite of a
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ue.-iierate re'i-tance. h.a cross cut decn- :
V ' "'- nuueu. lie lid ihouiii-'IY Uitve
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net ii luriuer iii treat.it, oy au almost
j superhuman exercise . strength, he had
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, hor hrrvken frnm l,it n.l..i.iji und niGhcri !
into the street.
rVltT( t'.ill atifl ;
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assi.-tntiee was procuredr hitn, but the lo-s
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i.f l. in.,.! . . .t.t : , i .
hor tit cavini him i ontrurH U Bsint-f
, ams ..n f ullim t,.taV.U ....nm, ntii,rth. - ...pr.ean fl n.r number-
. , ition in S(..ciL.(J) were asted and Beut to
, Udl.sburg to take their
The Law of LiHi.i,.-re observe that a
bill to prevent vexati.jusiel suits has pass
ed the iNew Xork te, with a streu;
probability that it will pt the other House.
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provides that in any aeon for libel against
c"'l'i s UI pi opi leiors OI CWSpapers, IllHg l-
zinen nr rn.riailinoUTM.KI.od !n the Sfntn
tor rinnlibin urn. ....r Kl.l, Hioc brn
.5 y -.v...-., -
pien nrtvious v nnb
; magazine or perioo.eaDhe piaiutin sunn ,
' " man is actual uan.ng- s,
, which must Le specilidW alleged in the
...i..:.. ....i it . ..j v..
compumt, ami proved t controvertea ny
T. T, , ,'l'e letraam; umess t ie
plaintiff shall allege ane jrove malice in the
faet ; provided that this t fball not apply
.r ..e.c suci ,.Uuu,uw
; shall have refused, beffs tbe commence
nient of tbe aetiou, to .bltBh gratuitoualy,
TLiiuest r.t f ... rinevert art
or explanation o aueeed I
v a iii1-
: nicie sijuea t y mm.
!apti.sm IncidiJt. The Biltimore
i T.,.:, tj ,,;.!;-, ,1..
u-esfern nart. of the ci fnrmerlv . com.
vca'ra with the rheumau so mi'ch soibat
. ,. n, nn.), . in ,
vithout assi.-tance. :
r. .Tlt action OF CJVEH FROM J.KAD. A
: thorough scientific press of separating sil-
Vfr trOlU lead llllS tlC'e Originated UV a .'Ir. ;
: I'atterson, an EnglisbInvenKr. It is found-'
; "J on the property w.icti fused lead has ot :
! becoming solid, or ostaSizing at a lower .
temperature than silvj-, .o that if a q ianti- j
! ty of argentiferous (iletia be reduced to ;
; the liquid state, and hen allowed to cool,
! crystals of neajy pure lead will be j
formed , these can bf aeparated by meana;0f
an irou strainer, ad iu proportion as this ;
lis done, the liquid in Is ktt behind becomes i
'',l'er and richer in liver, lhe operation ;
iseood,i,...i in lin.iii.r.tl o..liron nan,
. . ... ........... . ... . . . ;
each holding about tiree tons of metal, and '
heated bv a Ore held. The process is re
: pealed three or lour lines for each charge,
1 and the rich silver I finely purified from
the lead by cupeliatjiu.
i , .
j FqijA ttx fr Hi- TvMasiTS4Tro
.. ,', ' , '' ' . '
; r.v Clin kens and 1'i.ACKitKHsi. lbetom-
' a,l 1 ,t . -
. V . r,,''L. , r , " "' " 1
1 j i . l a il '
.'i i. uiu'hu I K iu ..li. uu' otii..i.d.m,.i. it ti .iArtiini-.r.
, T ' " i
j '"vd thf.ie.tel". It has ,
w.. .. .I.i.. i .. ....... k.......i .n.i l. .. K: ...
i iieuonie uioroiiginy uoiues.cineo, auu conies j
regularly for its food. Iustead of roosting
l " 1
as the chicscns no, it talf s a position on
.the roosters back
who bea-s the weight of
hi.i liitle friend with great god uature. Rut
the most singular of ail is, tkit it haalcarned
to crow like a cock, and tow regularly,
more frequently than the roister, and seems
to be vain of its accomplishment. It is a
hona fide crow, clear aid loud, similar to
that of a young rooster. Tbe bird can be
seen and beard daily, an4 if any one doubts
its truth, they can be caivinced by seeing
and hearing fir themsilvcj. Tbe age is
progressive, and the biris are keeping up
with the times. A Repuliieati editor thinks
it au " omen " that the lay is approaching
when the black race will be admitted to
social equality with the whites.
A Kentucky paper sajs it is getting to bo
fashionable iu that quarter to enclose a
dollar with marriage not'ces, when sending
them to the proprietor. A good custom,
that ought to prevail every where.
Six dollars to printers and priest,
No sensible mau could refuse
Five dollars to render bim blest.
And one to publish the news.
CRNTRAI, AMERICAN DIFFICULT?.
Intelligence was brought by the lust am-
yal of the Utorge Law at New Vork, to the
effect that the Republie of Granada has re
v- " h - - ....... i --
fused to give anj reparation whatever for
the outrages committed on American citi
zens at l'anama in April last; aud the tele-
arriiuri tuns us m-uaj uiiur iiuvuiihhcuv
p .r . - . ... i
1 ...it. ... . j . 1 . . 1 '
U determined to net vigorously in the mat
ter, and has in fuct ordered the IIoiiip and
raeiuu fiiuaurou 10 me isimuu.i. iinviin . . . ,:.,.( i',.,i
' ., ... f . ' fill la tin y. I)urui the explorations of r.gvpt
portion of the earths surface pronucs to , 1 , y '. ,7..., . 1 . r . 1
f . . , . ' , , . by Sir. Wardiuur W ilkinon. a vase was found
become more than ever the location of deeds .J . . . ,
that will have to be recorded, a sketch of.1" """"7 P',;.t,,e f'''', " Til
the state of affairs in that quarter may not' Puld,Bt aUut l,ec 1 " J"r; . i.h'
M, ' 1 vace, heimctieally sealed, wan presented to
be uninteresting to our readers. , ' , ., ' .. ,, ,, ,
r, . l 1 t , . i. tbe ISntali Museum 5 Mr. IVtticrew, tha li
1 lie jiOcrBpbical posi.ion of jranada is , , . , ,. -.,i
. . ",, h , , F . in. tbrariaii to tbe late Duke ft Su-ex, froeeed-
sufheieiitly we 1 known to every sboolboy , ' ' . . . ,'..,,.,.
T..:e 1 T..1... 4.1.:.
with the C
Vvariuoeau .ea n nu1 x acmu & 'cea n ,
.r ., , 0 . r, ... . 1 1
. . . , , , ) ana 10 ae aoiug uuiurbuui v iv' -waehiue
its ivirthein and western shares,. nd; ..,.' .l f
Costa Kictt upon its nortbwertern boundary. I r
It is divided into seven provinces, Isthiuo,
Cauca, Atitingia, Cauiliuamarda, IJoyaca,
iauca, Aiuingia, auuiuama ua, iJojaea,', , , ,, , r . m ,.,.i.
., ', f .J ,, , r-i . f;found, entirely shrivelled, of a yeilow color
Gauncnta and Magdalena. In the nr-t ot , ' , ' ,,,., ,i,.,f
... . 1 1 r.i ..fb and as liard as stone. It was known that
these, Isthiuo, is included thelnthinus of Pa-
nnina, which became an independent state in
February IN.'i.i. It does not need that we
(hould iusi.t upon the coinincricia'. impor
tance of this .tate, situated as it is be-
tweeu two hemispheres and in possession
of the keys of communication with C.ilitor-
Ulil, BUU tile S .1 1 I 1 1 . 1 HC tl(l"ll3 Ul ...!
. ,. e a- .1 I -
repubhe for the year I, sulhciently sho ;
this, amounting to near'v forty millions .
of dollars. 'J he trade, which was originally
, t .
monopolized by ureal nriiain, nas
since the discovery ot gold in
" " '-j "", , , '
frip tlip frr.-ili-r i.nrl ii'pn 111 t.hihnild Ot
vani'Ji uia, ,
ior tne greater part, been in mo nan-.s oi
Americans. In iiliistrntiin. itniavbc liiell- i
I .1... ..r .u. ,:, ..i.i.:..u .
cd and cleared at the I'acifio port of Pa
. . i ., , . ., i. i. .
; i lvi i.i , ! ! ... lo
" - " , f ,
v si t v-nri nn ittnim t it ni iiTft rt 1 n tlJlS
ed 1.0!): while the number under the flag.
of England was but I'd-.. Ibe iiicncan
freights f'jr the same year amounted to
nearly fifty-two millions; while those under
the liriti-h flag amounted to only eight mil
In la5"3, over fifty-two millions of
. . J - -
gold passed through the Isthmus, and
ifus over loriv-iwo ana a nan iinntous ;a
f California The number of pa-st-n-
this over forty-two and a riaif m
r which crossed through the country the
ne year was ,3,(1,0 ; of whicl. number
. . ..1
t.iy.5, were coimn
from, and i)."i?'-l were
h) x,55 tje 6t(ltiatiM tcl! ,,e aame ,tory.
f,f the W-J.70 t passseugers serosa the lath-
nillB .,- TP9r , ,:.2.?. ...,:,. tn.
auJ 10 (ll5 COUii frolll) Calilornia, and all
J ' t . r i ? '
iu American ?teai,..-rs ; while hut UWO were
ht0XJhl alld i.,,,, retur)le,l fcy English
steiUller5 In thfi ,a vr (e nm0UIlt of
. . . , nas.ei rrom 0o(.ttU t0
' , ocean, wag 10,4U7.!IU7, of which, p31 ,(' I,-
. rj - t
g5 WM from gnn prancic(.0. lir readers
statements, as to the importance and the ne
cessity of a peaceablo and unrestricted
commercial intercourse with tbe Republic
Tbe orii.-' i t' the difficulty was made so
much the subject of comment at the time
pistol by the latter, iu the course of the dif-
Acuity, was the signal for a mob to collect ;
was followed by tbe action of the Govern- nessts lived aomo three or four miles away. ' on th.) River Gambi.i. Great liritain re
ment in tbe tending of Mr. Morse, as Spe- A brb-ht idea struck bis muddy rate, and linn lishes the light hitherto enjoyed under
cial Commissiotier. to act in coni unction with
lr. JJowiin, the American Minister, and lay
hi.lor- tUa i-'Tftunnvj I? rnntrt t a domntill
fr suitable reparation for the insult, and an
adequate indemnity for the loss of proper-
ty. This reparation and indemuity has
b'eCn refused, and, as the matter stands, ei
uovernment seems determined to cither en-
force the accordance to ber just demands,
or at ca,t t0 preTf.t aDy future repetition
,imilar iudiKuttiM. The naval force that
,0 bc ,cnt ,0 ,i,e Isthmus is very irood evi-
deDC, t!,,t i. .he intention of the' Admin-
istratiou to show itself in earoest in the
l. . J .1.11 .1: 1 l. .
uusjyes?, ami we auun, aeeuni 1 u 1:1 , i' .'ii
fnr from tVn-
tral America," Charleston L'ourirr.
" Ar.uUT AS UtarRLTTIVK." A good
thing occurred the other eveuing during tha
festivities of the dinner to Mr. Luke. ''The
army and our citizens soldisry " hd just
beeii toasted, and a response made by a dis- j
tioguwbeU ofiiccr present, w
heu a gentleman
Mo rose, and said
he " r,;wr"or ne,m: s ,
honorable profession represented there, and
c i .- ..i.
Ksyot supplvin" tne ouiisMoli, lie gave
The medie-al profession about as d
tive as the army or the i.avv!"
This brought the house down, and a dis
tinguished member of the prnfe.--ion up, who
made a very humorous ..n.! aiiiu-ing re
sponse to this telling hit. V'i.' '''" H'iti.
A Child Pmsonkd witi' Mati-iif.s.
llanuali O. linn, a child about three years
old residing iu New York, died on Sunday
ibt from the etl'-cts of eaiing some lucifer
" . , i i . i i . i
i...,t..i..... w ini'ii wi're careiessi v nut, iu uli
way. Coroner Perry held an inquest ou the
! body of deceased, when the jury rendered
; a vi'nlict of death from the poisonous effects
! of luoiler matches. Tbe deceased died iu
( about Uveive hours after partaking of the
i poisonous matter.
To Tur. PitFSs. Willis, of the Home
Journal, alluding to tho common custom, at
dinners und other public occasions, of call
iug out the press to speak, says: " Accus
tomed only to express himself at the points
of his fingers, an editor i.ss called ou to speak
at public" meetings, ai if it were the same
thing to a pump to give out it water from
nose or h an dir.'
A Gabbkn NovEt.Tr. The Ksyptian per
is an instance of vegttnblc resurrection, of
t least rcsuseitntion. It is a fragment of
the old life of Kgypt a true type of th
luxurious ftitility of the eluMe country of
the Nile, and unquestionably the mo.-t truly
historiijiil of any esculent we poes. The
circumstances that led to the discovery of
t A. -.
ti.i. mn nf tiif. nvrunudi. are in them
!ielvs us interesting a the plant itself i"
distinct frein any known member ot its ue-
eu to open me vaee tn:euui.i r.j t- -t.
, . , .
1 j ... r ....1..
piCVVB. i 11V II... I " ' L.M...r. . .
clust, aud a few grains of wheat and vetches,
aud ou examining turtlier a i pea were
mummy wheat had been rcu-eitated after an j
interment of live thousand vears and it was )
determined that the first pea ever found
It, n .niit.ni.v khmild be s 1 1 ! i i t p il to :
the experiment of the revival. Mr. IYtti- I
grew acuordin-ly distributed amongst bin i
feamed triends these dedicated peas, re- I
, .. . ,f r ti mirin.ltl...
Ptrilir.' llircc I'Ji uiiupL-u a m n i-v...v.
, f -. , ,
., , .... , .i
..rt itmrn rimi'riir ;iiniii liiimii 1111 inc it:- i
luaiiiing three were given to Mr. tiriinstone, I
Mr. imstone tried hi, hand at
them, subjected them to heat and inoi.ture
' J . . ,1
. .. liKrHKl.. nhmt
' ' , t. .
appeared above ground. J-y patient re
and tugeulous culture, tins plant wa proiijjiit
to produce nineteen pods, which were ripen
, , . I . Mxl .(..,,- ; ,;
1 this wa-.
. " ,
the foundation of the Hoik which is ju.-t
beginning to be known as the Egyptian pea.
l'otaui.sts were as much delighted as antiqua
rians at the sueeess of the experiment, tor
it gave them a new variety 01 uie pie.ne.-i
value and mo.-.t distinct character. Its blo-
'ol" u"."" "'"V ' ' " "
1 v rui.i.iiirui ft hi.-l I tllill tllti W MIL'S 01 fl
: . ....l:i... nil....n.. it in ri-.. nn.-i r.
buntrri.y. aim w veineu wun gn-u uua
- , . , , ,
a wbltu r:ro"nd. 1 he blo.st.oius LrcaK at
every joint , clusters ot two
l' 1' h
. . vJO V IJ n . 0' , - r
ing from live to ten peas, which, when cook-
ed, are dclicbusly flavored, mid melt in the
niouth like marrow ; in fact, thme is no pea
to equal it ; so that uu-tv l.gjpt n; con
ferred upon us, through those few shrive ltd
seeds, a palatial benediction. -V.it. -V''ir.
A Wauniv.to Piivsu ias.s Dr. Lncoek.
, ,, . .,,, i,:., I,P1. nmemnto
liic jnuii .'ii . -iw... ... r r
ai4n,UsCd iroui luithcr attendance on the
royal family, where he has been hitherto
a.i'iuiUed o.f tern.s cl familiar intercourse,
His salary, X"),00ll per aiinuui, royal
j reseut on each safe delivery n the (Juei-n,
and a large prac'ice among the nobility, is
no s:iiali loss. The doctor has made every
fti'ort towards reconciliation, but the 'J.ieen
remains inexorable. It seems that it enuij
to the Queen's cars that lr. bocoel; was
r-i veil to too much talking, and that though
she told Prince Albert that his habit, of
sleeping between the blankets was ' a vul
gar, dirty 1 ateli practice," she did not card
to have it toid abroad. I.n erjiml J ost.
jr(lW TO s-'kuvk A .S'riipiX.vA. A corres
forthwith was acted ucon. He sat down
and wrote o.ich a letter, stating that a sum
f n....c nta il..nn.ih.H 111 bl-. l.ind-.. Wllleh
they could have by calling upon him. They
called, and g"t a suhpieua and 1 - J cents
each! Rumor srys there was profane iau-
cuage used in that vicinity about that time."
Our latj Secretary of state, Mr. Marcy,
was ad a wag as well as a nntc.. wriue
oipiomai.ia rOUUu -v u.-j ..u..,.
can f01"e t"e.aS 0l1 "im. wltn. ?rcn-
oion.nuy, m "" -
Clerks employed 111 Hie Biaie l-epaillliein
"'"" tnotrs and he pau-ed to
hear the Secretary 's expression of surprise,
recret or excuse. " Ah P said Mr. Marcy,
with hisimperturDable Llanu amue, ami q.nei
manner. "I am glad to hear it; I Old nt
know that I had so niauyas fourteen clerks
with any religion at all !''
e...,TI,,.RN Gn.,i;sD Cat t. Jones.
of the L'nited States Army, a irginiau by
birth, itatioued uot long since at Henecia,
California, had with bim a body servant, a
slave, named Joe. One moruiug tin-captain
was startle.' by th" news of Joe s having shot
another nrurc . and sternly asked biui how
be dared to ao so. Joe eemedat first c ist
down, but rallying himself, and looking the
captain full in the face, r-plied : " l'e fact
is, massa, d at ar nigg ir wi'smie ol do in
New York free niggers. He suited in-,
! and I bad to take Sou. Iron ground widhiiii
I A Vlli.v.l- I kmai.f. I n
, ll'Jur.nj llVn ru A prominent New i or
nibbed on I burs' a v atler-
.o..n. while nassiui! a.orM itli street, near
Callowhiit, by a veiled tuinaie. lne ivouiau
suddenly stopped up to the M. D , and be
fore he was hardly aware of her presence
she snatched his gold spectacles trom Ins
nose. The astonished doctor was too nueh
surprised to give any alarm, and the womau
escaped. The physician returned to his
hotel with no very favorable opinion of veiled
women. J'ui'iiit !ji'it,i Imu irer.
Pci.i.Aiis and Cksts in Canapa The
bill requiring the public accounts to bokept
in dollars aud cents, has pa--edbotb houses
of the Canadian Legislature. It will come
into force on the nr.st January,
TiiiiKi: DAVf i.atkr fuom r.rnon:.
AHIUVAL Ok' STEAM Ell AMERICA.
IiAi.irAX.N. S., April
'Hie r.iitish and North Auneriean Royal
Mail Steamship America, Capt. .Shannon,
has arrived at this port, bringing dates ftotii
Liverpool to the Uth instant.
The nett gain of the Ministerial party in
I'arlVauieut is sixty-live nieuibers.
Tbe Knglish (jovcrniniut furnihe5 three
steamers to asist io laying tbe submarine
Cominuniciiti'ins have been passing .be
tween France, England and .Spsin, oo Ibe
subject of the Mexican diilioultie.".
Naples has manifested more willingness to
re-c-tiMish diplomatic reh-'inu with b"ruce
Hixtci-i R'is-ian vessels, rbicb wire sunk
in the harbor of Sebastopol.hava been raised.
Turkey has shown aa uiclLgafon to cou
ent to the union of the Principalities, pro
vided iu suzeratiity be respected aud tribute
The lmi-U Cabinet has resigned on ac
count of political difficulties.
Cotton exhibited a decline of Jd. per lb.
in the fair grades, while the others were
.... . . 1
easier. 1 he sales 01 tne wee comprises
to, (i till bales, ot hieli spectiliitorstoow ,ou".
Fair Orleans, f.id. ; Mid.ilme Orleans, . . ;
Tair I'plands, 7jd.; Middling Uplauds,
Tbe sfock of cotton on hand was 500,000
t...t... :. ..i...i: msn uiin l..il..a nf Aniericati.
L' " I I uu j ... ...,'. -
Hour was dull. Corn Dan ucciineu u.
per lbs. I'.iec had iidvnnccd (id. a la.
per cm t. lher articles thai: those mention.-".!
above were i i.c li :iu.r'"i . Money wa
sj.'l.tly ti-l.ter. C..-u-'. w.-ie lolcd at
j Al'liITlO.VAl. liV Till: AMERICA.
I Huston, April
! Tim .tnni)t;p America arrived here this
morning from Halifax. Th.: following ad
. ditional items of news arc gathered from th
f..;,,,, tjuS r,.n.,Vcd by her :
: (;KAT ;K i ain. - l he elections were
, mi t i i . - .
-no ov-r. i ne i.on.ion i o-t sunn. .....
.1... ..u !... . 1 . liKit-o! rtttn-
1. 1 1 1- i riuii hup . imci.in, imvi hi t.wH
5ervHtivt'-. 7 1 ; coM rviiMvcs, 'JIMj. iHiuia-
tcr;al losses, 1 3
. The Hon. Si-Wy Herbert was spoken of t
' J' T., Z
J IJ .'1 lU.Ml' 1 Jit I U.l UU 1" 1.- .'II I. .1. r ..v. v.
iJuse 0f C,jmU)on is lhe Hon. Evelyn
.j-i1H (;rr!)t Western Hailroad Company of
Canada had declared a dividend of nine
'The English government ' has agreed to
furnish to the Atlantic Telegraph Company
three steamships one to make bounding.,
and to to assist in laying the cable, lhe
Agamemnon, ninety gun scrow steamship of
't.U ill ton-, is to be employed to lay dowu
the cable, in connection with the United
States steamship Niagara. The entire cable
will he completed in June, aud bu luiJ in
A letter in the European Times of 1 1 tb
inst., from a Lieutenant of the Coast Guard
at (,'arliugfird, Ireland, states that on the
-d i 1 1 -1 . , a parcel containing luO delivery
noU'i of cotton was picked up on tho beach
at t.i I jenore. They predated at New Or
lean ., each note specifying i.i writing a cer
tain number of bales with uani" of tho ex
porters printed thereon snob as; " Hull &
Itoyd," ' C. N. Pasteur k l!ro.," " J. C.
Sgymauki's Press,'' Ac. The late.-t date of
any of those notes is the Uth of December,
19.)6. It issupposed thatau American ship
has been lot ou her boinoivard voyage ou
Fit am K. A convention lias been con-
1 eluded hi tveen Great llritaiu and France
for preventing future u i -m Icrstanding with
e regard to the right of trading at Portendic,
on tho we-t coast of Africa, aud at Albreda,
treaty ot trading from the mouth ot liio
river .St. John to the bay and port of Port
France cedes to England the French
factory at Albreda, but the French are to
have tree aecss to the river liamoia tor Uia
purposes of commerce, and are lobe allowed
to resi le at the town of 1'ithurst, and such
other tru liug etalions as may hereafter be
In Paris, on the tb inst., the funds closed
at (i""f. !b"H'. for money, and 6Jf. 10e. for
account, and on the Oth in.-t. at !Mf. -"c. for
money, and o.'f. ")Uc. for account, showing
an abatement in the presurj for mouey by
an increase in the fears of speculators. 'The
Rink of France returns show a falling off in.
ca-b of one million and tighty thout .lid
francs, but an increase in cash in tho branch
tbirteeu iniilius seven hundred
,,; frf r..ir,. thousand. The nreininm on
pUrcjia!l), 0f j,0l,j all silver had iucreased
: bv four hind red and two thousand francs,
' PA1N.A roval deeree enacts mat ilx-
' teen battalions of infantry of the army of
Cuba shad be lorinetl into eight regimeuu
of two battalions each.
Svutzmu.aM). It seems the N'eufeliatet
question now turnt solely ou the amount ot
to be paid by Saitterlaud to
Hkvmakk. T.e Nord says that Denmark
intend to employ the major portion of the
capitalization of tho Sound I'ues iu paying
off the two loans contracted in L'indou iu
X'J and 1 -ol', which at present coustitutes
a heavy burthen.
AtsiuiA. Ke-p.eti'lg the Austro-Par-dinian
rupture, an Au-niau circular do,
patch states that should the mediation of
England ai.d Fiance prove unsuccessful,
Au-tria will have to look to measures for
her own protection. The authenticity of this
circular, however, is denied.
lr.si.l. A despatch trom Gen. Mnt;iii,
A ii.bassador at N ai
ti e statement that th? King; of Nap.es is
iinorc and more disposed to make ad.ariees
towards the re-establishment of diplotuatio
relations with Western Powers.
The Papal government announces a furth
er reductiou iu the Custom's to r .0. to take
effect iiumjdiatily. 'I he itupoi tuuty on
manufactured article of coare silk, linen,
cotlou, wove hair aud leather is reduced ao
to 70 per cent ; on wearing apparel 7)1) ; oa
lineu or woolen thread 3:1; ou fell fir pr.por
nulls oO ; on palm oil V.i ; ou comm. u snap