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023LA.Il.XjiOTT3IS, 2M.a., tTTTT 1837,
THOMAS J. HOLTON,
Kl)ITOH Si I'RorRIETOB.
Tli N'irtli-('afoliii Whig will be afforded to ub.
ji)rr. ,t TWO lHlM.AItsi in uitvnuuc i TV U
l)Ol,LAUi? AND FIFTY t KN'I'S if payment I
Mia red i-'ir three months incl TIIULE DOf.I.AKS
(I lie cud of Ilia year. Mopuper will be uitcun.
turned uril.lall arrearages are ouid, except at tin:
t.un.not ihe Editor.
Vl't-rtisc.nc.ita inserted at On Dollar per square
(16 lines "' '''" " 'J!') the '"l mser
tion and -a eaiile fiireaclicotiliituaiice. Court ad
ur'iM'iiit'uU and Slier. 8'
t" o?33 T t u 1
price., lb ,htCtZr',7iy
emit. In?'"-' I and a deduction
U mule front the regular pric
Inn year. Adver liuie.tta inserted mniill.lj or
eniiWly, 't (I I'" aijuaro for incli tune, Semi
minihly cents per aquun- for each l.ute,
JjTualmaaleri are authorized to act aa ogcnU
DO 1 HEY J1ISS !HE AT IIOBB!
p (hrr ni!a ma at hoine do thef m;a me
'Twould I an eaiunnce moil iliaf,
T knur at ihia inuinrut aonic lnuu unr,
Were nJH't 1 '' era lure.
Tu f'-el that tbu jriiup at III firraidc.
Wire llnnVinj nf Hie I roam ?
Oh vt 'twould b joy bryond mmure
1'u kooar liial tluy nn'U me at liume.
VVIirn twilight appr,',tM''',i acaaon
That tier la aarrcd to ."'K,
D aomc out rental my oaiiic orrr.
Anil ih lint I lariy tm liif ?
AR'I ia tocrc a rl.nrd in llic muaic
That'll iniaa'd hn in jr Vulie i iy,
A"'l a cbord in eacn In-art tliil awatrtii
Kt-rtl al uijr arafiauiuo atar f
Liu iliry an mc a cliaif nrvr ihv tMr,
Wlien rvliini; 'a lionie plta'llrra are t'gHt
Wim I'" candlra arc lit in tl.e parlnr.
And Ilia alali in tlir r aim aium kj 1
And wlicti liibnu'Ml nijflita ' arc rr4vatcd
Anil all lay ilnaii to tnrir altrp,
l).i Imy ii.n.k ul'lhe !-t i.t inn fl me
A aiu:rrd ' j'oil nilit' w title thpy wef p.
Do ll.ry miaa me at h'nc do tin y niiaa tne
At morning, at nomi or at fiixm 7
Arid htifvri one (luvmy aliatle around ttiim
That only my prraoitct- can light f
Ar? joya lca miiingly waitiiiiie.
And piraaure kaaliiil'' t'iu Wn.rf,
p'cm.e cn ia miaatd rrnm l' e circlr,
lltcauac 1 aru witU tiKin no more.
TLX KE SISX IUEE.
W mi litem ml Uont w nnf ihrm
P.ih. ilir bor e b-de li.rv a'h-u.
An" ptayrtm lae rnctrclcd tii pathway,
Krern ntiott hrnrla Inttrg and lru
T'"l th Saviour wouiti guiu fend (.rcKct thr,
Ai fr ttfw TuvkJ mill jua miAi
A'"l whipM'r WTttio t'Vr Itioo m$rt pad4eoedt
I'hejr im liiei, all iuim nl wt$e.
hn morning iwiln u from cluitift
Uc c.ilcti frnfii U lif'i lit litat ks.
AnJ l-ilj in ft mtt Erring lephir,
Ta be WditKd lo it nn Kh'tnt e miis.
And wltvn Kit tiv j-.ii.rd tl 1 1 we circlt,
Ami ffftUred th r-f jnl chztr,
In rl f ym rumr thf fftlir.fttf t' f ilff'p,
i or him rnrtt wunl tu c tlicica
Tii l.iulov a of evening are falling
O ir here ia V. wiiiJfr.T now ?
Tf;- Irttic lKl Jol liltt'jr amuntl met
(Vrcliaiirr mjf o tiB.t In brc .
O l'ir on lUf tfrfMiia nu-inag.
Wear WNtrltin, uh. wilt thu poim,
T! r tivart lin prn H "(iH rjrrd,
Fur r imaa thee H niiti Ihr at tomr.
I'rom the American I'hij.i
nv lunRisoN tinrr.
"I tell you, Don At.toiiio, my daughter
von L ill nut iimrrt ! Alter bavin.' uniau-
derc.1 at the gaming-table the fitieat estates
in ail Spain, you still persist in asking mc
to bestow r on a beggar; why, if yotl
were married to day, you would stake all
you were worth on soma favorite card to
rn nrrow : and on tho following d.iv I suppose
I "liould feo you turu conirulitntis).t, or ;
perhips something worse. No, no 1 consent'
t abaodan forever the gaming tabic, si-ttio
the remainder of your fortune on Dona
II . , ' 1 I .......
that's my itllimntmn !"
'Very fine advice." said Don Antonio to
him-clf. ss the door was closed in bis face
f,r,l... . .. 1.... !,!
till I Hriiui'i 1HIIC f WU- J , ..!
kaow not the nlessure of i.Uy; if you did,
Hi-tea ) of noil,., now to doze awav the niebt ,
in us. le.s slumbers, you would turn out and
try your luck ns I just now meau to do '.
House.., .!. fnlUi. a. i.l one. truth, that
curied queen of clubs that I have pursued ,
so long, will bo my ruin '. Let me, see, how , cf'-
"I'H-h have I already lost in persistinj; to I The day for deciding tbe fate uf Don An
J lay upon that one'eard I There's all my tonio arrived. The lottery was drawn and
gar plantations in Havana; there's but a ' fine bundred and ninety-nine lad.es were
true to reflection! there's yet enough left put to bed dreadlully ill of the U.i.t.u i,e
liin; r .,..1 il..., I'll , rrv : (Bt least, so liiev f.n.i ) The fortunate
'-iiiiiu III il.iIH. -HIM "ti i.
T . , ' ' j- . : ....i i
a.u-aura Wlium l love to nisi, a.-iinn, iiiu --j ------ --- -- I
.. . .... i, r ,,. iiwaa the next alia r of Dou Antonio : but !
--'.ii- in pt i t i, iiaiuu i .ii m hi;, in". . ;
0 Hosaura. Roaanra 1 w rda are too weak for
tbe affection which I f' r jou I" '" ' had boruo off the piuc.
Tims conversing, Don Antonio bent bis! " Rut. air, don t be in a rage, said the
tep. towards the gamin-hou-e, determined a l.uiuistrittor of the lottery, " 1 llnnk you
o rbk all be was worth on the queen of; may annul the bargain, for the lucky jade
clubs, whieb be imagined fro... having been b.u-t be as old as my gra.idmolh. r at least.
often disappointed in his bop.es, could not! l'ou Antonio began again to think of the
disppoi.,t him more. iiiver, and lep. nt.d having deterred tue
The q,RcU of clubs, l.owever. like many ' boor of making bis exit from this world.
''l.er queens, was not easily propitiated, and j Ho however, made up bis mind to view the
"ben ae did .( last appear, .he was, as is whole of his mistortune in the face before
ofle,, tb, ca. preceded by a knave, 'bo look this last resolve, and bent his steps
Hicb kuav. s the nauo of Don Antonio's ' tow ai ds the bouse of the lady whom he bad
I'-ing his lastdollari upou vviii. h he darted ;
Willi fnr from the room. UD-setting tables.
chairs, and evervtbiu? that came in bis way
"No! I'll not survive this disgrace '" said
be. " jy bve t my money gone forever !
1 "i ruined l,y tl1(,t infernal queen ! The
lueeii basj undone mo quite false, perfidi
ous." l ortunatply being night, tbe police, as
Ui il, were fast asleep, or what Dou Antonio
''id in hi frciny utter, might bare cost bis
liberty, pcrhapi bis lihV, for King GoJog was
'litis time very jealous, aud Queen Carlotta
ju-t a s sensitive as a virtuous woman ; there-
fnm nnl H1i..tu 1.. -t ...l' r.t. i mi
vrmcaauu W110 beillffeal eta
Don AiiIodio raved" and actually tor. Li.lTLa money bus aWIy arrived and tbe'iDKATI1 UF lLANCDON CHKVES.
hair, those line, black, clustering ringlets. 1 priest is waiting to unite us.-' ' -This eminent auibigbly respected citizen
Uy-tbcbye, La u the handsomest, aye! " Madam," said A utouio, "permit mo first MjicatLcd his last yesterday, at his residence
and the most accompl.shod cavalier in all to explaiu. I fear there has been some mis- ; io tu' city. Mr. Chives was Lorn on 17tb
Madrid, though certainly uot the most pru
dent he had pained honor in the field aa
well aa favors iu tho salun in fact there
was not a lady io all Madrid but would have
tctu proud of him for a gnllsnt if not for a
Lusbatid. L'ut liow La was bent on diaan-
pottjtiug all their bopen ; be determined to
,"'llC W0(; together iu tLeiyoiid the true one.
"Y j , " lSir" kM ble tD lroien' ioe, which
IIH tllirailliH till Mow lAirn-zl ll. 1. 1.1... . t ' . II i - .
Tii is unuj;e vi at ait events argueu the waut of auuicieiit
Toledo, (' U, uiibcltiet ! thou art ijuick tojlunga to acold much, I Lave twenty wit -
enter iuto tbe tbnughts of desperate men,") ue.sea to swear that I am not vet liftv and
resolved to plunge himxelf into tho Man -
t f 1 .1 . . 1 .
w ii-u aciuaii. iraintu'ine para -
pet ol the bridge iu furtherance tf bis tic-
sign, when the moon which had bitberto
tH-en ooscured, al.ot lorth her brilliant Leauia
on the calm, placid at. earn beneath, lighting
a i a-. . a..aa...t.. ...I. .'..I. ...11 J It a i
. r,.vviuuio .men rtca icn uon .inionio i know that 1 love another to distraction, aud
bewildered imagination to a real aente of the no poncr on earth shall force me to wed you.
leap he was about to mako jTaku the gold, which I presume ia all you
It is astonishing what a trifle turns one j want to make you happy, but if you attempt
away from the very unpleasant tak of com- to enforce your bond, that moment I will
uuttin suicide, and makes us difcover all, end mv life, aud at all events defeat your
at once aouielbing agreeable in a world j preposterous intentions."
which bad but just previously been declared The few remaiuing teeth in the old lady's
to be deflate and com,oriics. So it was ! lK.ad began to chatter as she liitened to the
in this in-tant with Dou Antonio ; a mere ravings of Lon Antonio, but .lie obdurately
dart of the moonbeam, caused him to waver ; i insid on the fulfilment of her Lan-aiu
but there was likewise another reason the j the terms of which were very clear.
shallow uos of the rater beneath was there- The holder of this ticket is entitled to
by known, brmgmgto bis mind the recorded claim l,oU Antonio do Iiiveiia for a bus-
jest, that the arches of the Joledo bridge
hou'd be sold to purchase water for the
No (;entlcnian sbotlJ attempt to drov. u
bimn-lt in a .Li!!;r. ..'.e.,n.j.ceiully at ebb -
tide; besides, Don Antonio was a lover of
nature, and fur bin. the moon, the star?, or ! " My name," said the old lady " js Kossura ! speaker ol the House, Mb Chevcs was elect- , being weighed, of course, gave the desired ; some profit of &-,'.(l. to her owners. ihc ijari,,,, Wtlc huovant and holders
aught that was beautiful was uot made iu ' Gonial, z." ! ed in Lis place, having jeceived Dl votes, weight. Mr. D. was very much displeased - cargo told tit cu advance of cents per ' weru alla,vace' In flour tbe ad'-"I1?-.
I " Uh, Heaven I" exclaimed Don A ntonio, ' J,r- rnudyr o'J, aud 12 icatteiiug. wheu Lc found it out, but couldn't help Lim- bushel over its cost, in Liverpool, netting a v.lirp ,,,," 1Kc.,i wjs lrm ,jj a , .,.
ilis burst of moonbeams the shallow- "l,:itan unhai.nv cpineidet ee : the i.amo ! He was not strijtly a party man. aud of- ' self to any consolation ou that account. He ' profit of f C,"vJH. For a pioneer voyagu in .,, tj mm...., i,... ,i
j nets of tbe river, and p-ihaiis afier ail the
i - i. . i . . . . . '
i ..my io nun inai i:e uiig.it possiniy yet
I live to delight and be d. ligi.ted that some :
6weet smile migiit thank bim fur and recon- -
!' ''iu. to the life he bad preset ved, made j
i Iuu Antonio t.,i, i-Lurt ia bis rrevious do-!
i " Lot what is to be done !'' continued be. '
i" shall I throw mys.lf at the feet of fome
tered the head of Don Antonio than he ae- !
tually matured tbe plan of disposing of bim-I
telfby that very nieatia. In a ft days all j
Madrid rang with the rew of a scheme that I
intended to marry himself. Rut we bad
better read the advertisement itself:
! "TO TIIK I'Aln Sl V ! I.OTTI IJY KtIK A
D.u Atitomod. luveiro w,I dispo-e o
many la. Ilea of a .fit uii nr, i( which it
waa not diffieull to find in Madrid a tiioti
aaiid or upwarda. Indeed (he tii k.-ts were
most eagerly sou;;!.;, mid the lists were
in i very few il iv-. v a lady
shed a tear at being ..bilged to put lur
money iu her purse instead uf purchasing a
liut there was one who .-bt d bitterer t.'ars
tha-j these, and who beard of I'n. A lit . -i.io's
"scheme with that
de-pair and .ti.l do
gl if w Licit tho-e w ho
t. have alol.e lelt. '1 I. at
was Koaaura, whoso dark eyes wept as fast
as the Magdeleu's, and who was aa beauti
ful too ! For my part I've o dislike to
woman's tears ; tb -u th. ir so ils .ire softened
aud we mould them at our lt,i-.iic. dive
me beauty in tears
1 leave smiles to the
wiser part of tuiMikind
lbit the tlropa Rival
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aOniuraaut'ii wire uscusa, ,
1, aim Ii...! ., 1 ..... ,.,ir.l, ,.nn. '
tamed t.olhii.g to rival her iu his affections, ,
Inch dowager anil barter my la.t hope of il.us ! I tear the fit.nl r.nner- nnvr like il,o (fUired not only abilitf, but intecrity and the " 1'cnny Magaziue " fr January 13, over three or tour more ol our lake ve.-els .
' bairii.i-.ii lor m!,.n,Ur I iii-.r aiiini. ' i i i i- . . . . i .. .i . i ... i . i.uriiv of the l,!..l.o... ii,l..r anil I., i o. 11'' i:i..m .vl ;n ino ii .,.,,.l I!.., i-.o, "1 to Eiveinool dinct. is talked of ou ater advices from Liverpool to the "iuth ins
- . -j-j . , a hi iu i nve on, a asie auu useless iiaLK i - j - o t ........ ..ii...-n. 1 , ... , , , , . , ,i i . i- r .. i .
; No, rather than that 1 11 fall by lotury the ' to me." , fcd the call of bis cou:iry with success. l!y for 1 MU, pages 34o-(i, aud iu the " Driti-b ' street, aud w til ptobanly be c u rie lo.it. Cotton ha.t slightly ailvniieeu, owing
pruo of any passing admtuier ; yes, by ! .. jv Psaura ! star of mv life ' wlioso ljis Jsrt!at c"aucia! tii, euergy and integri- History Chro'tiologically arrayed," bv John j The idea of sending over tho John V. Ayre the rate of interest being G per cent
.lottery:" destiny shall ever fix or unlix mine but l 1,c' "oreU the crJit of the iustitution, U ade, page C-. From these it will be j this fall has, we believe, been giveu i up by .-a it- ot tnc weeK lines. ne sales ou
Nn niniiiir l.a.l l. A... f . lnn... 1 i . . J ., , , . .' mid iiia.ln f.ir l.lni.lf a r..n.,(..i;.i r.,. i.;..i. srni.il il.. T.,..,... L. , I ,1 ( . lur nwnrrs l.i.t there are doubtless brio's ot rriday amounted to l'J.HUO bales. I i:e
LIUise t in ma. I ifl.'f- I. v lutterv. in a ll.ot.aiiil a no.-f n Is mv riv.il.
shares, at oue doubbx.ii p.-r share. The "That rival, low. U inaminate, ami jeal- mieen year lost luyne, a Jaogan., a Mc , .a.a, w.vu i..e npp.ing, iumc i uiuraiur . :.lt0 lu,w Mock" The
money as we.l as the bu'-band to be the ooy of 1,. r shall never disturb vour pelcc; Vf a"'- great men of summer brook-; the spa, Kluig, brei.th.es, ' ; f ' ,
proper,, of tbewn.ii.r. All complexions it was the Uuee of rlul.s. wbo, favor I ' the enlarged s.i, so of tbe terni-and now brmanen ; the gorgeous, roy tins,, of morn- j , (. ;,il0Ulll u of ,.,,.,,,,,,,,0,,
(provided they are Kuropea,,..) .ml all age. have sworn never to curt more. Thou art !-"' ' -' mouru for Langd on "C?, deepening, until the orange ..sc . lt'' l), f t!lt. l;r.t .,,,,,,
Hon. Eft. v.. to fifty ate eligible f,r !,;, s." the only (pcet, that 'hall henceforth reign beves, one of th. pi.rest and most glorious o tlie sun cuts the b-r.wn ; the i g ol.K u ; . - I u . , ; ,
j Now husbands a,e.s.car,-ei,.Ml,id as in my heart; none other shall ever enter f l's. We to bis asbe ,-tho God-; b aze ot the tops of the bronze hte ; the P ' u'' tll, ,,,,lse,,r,U
'insouie other great die.,; but a Lu-b:,nd ..here." , dess of 1 ,.,.e ltaLs ou bu tomb. g.ittering of theg a,sy bi.eiies ; the long ' - P
: and a fortune' too, and that for , single Don Antonio now found menns to pacify , i? 'be. "J , "f ,0 -k ansferre I f, tbe leading
doiibl, m, were irresi-t.ble at.rac.i,.ns f..r the old lad., and c,uvinei.,g her that she ! , , ncct..r cf the perfect air ; the tingling of the " 1 , drafts from
t.ntv .1. ... ... ...1...I ,l- in i:i.iI"",i,iiM ...si.v 1.. ......... ... ........ v
, himself up the sport of every female gsnie-
"l" bo could pcihsps Imd a husband by
aps una a nusnami ny
tuase bv which Antonio I
no 0,i'cr means than
'soiiL - ht to men. his fortune. Hv turns she
blamed her credulous, confiding heart, or
" altered herself that he loved her still, and
"'i ibis ra.-b acl but an excess of de-pair,
Sbe worc o forget aud still remembered ;
be gave up all hone ul.d iu the mean time
et fvr au old Dueuna to cousu't ou her .
" . . . , .
in, ,,, I, r tilitf Tu find out tbe bo dor
- - ... . . ,
witb what dismay did be learn that a tooth-
engage'l to make happy
Slio was seated before a cbeval glass, iu
a handsomely furnished apartment. Don
Antonio caught the first glimpso of her fea
tures in tbo mirror. Siio was a thing ot
paint and feathers. The deep wrinkles ol
her age-worn check were visibly reflected in
the glass, even beneath the black lace mau
tilla with which fbe bad veiled her face.
" Oh 1 Heaven, that I should have oonie
to this!" exclaimed Don Antonio with a deep
si dl, which caused tbe lady to turn hi r head
towards the door, aud salute her future hus
I " V entriA nn.,l;. :J -I., it T
, ,,; .yr
take in this affair. You bavo certaiuly
overlooked the conditions of this contract,
wincli were Lot meant to tuclude octo'cna-
The lady'a features now axsumcd on ap-
.... . ..r
Tieurlirn of aprii n a-lnil. 1 1. itmi m.w 1...1 j
i;,.l.t. ..ll An t I ; i ... .. .....! .
! I ill not be cheated out of iny lawful' liu -
1 . r.
, Land l.v auv ot vour canneei."
" If bat fifty js1Tii1ust liave led u very
' dissipated life," muttered Antonio to him -
f self i "but madam," (raising hi voice)
j " never ill I consent to be your bridcrooiii ;
a a . . '
: baud, aud one thousand ounces of rold n
; a marriage portion to be settled on bJrself."
" Hag V cried loii Antonio, " let mc pee
tJC ,ic ,jalla. iLtribed ou that ticket which
you are fo eager to exchange for mine; I
! V, ill not be tricked thus."
reminds me of the ratt a tide of recollcc-
tions ru-hes into my mind. Oh: thou iu-
fi rnal iiuctn ! to thee do I owe all these mis-
' What, I really bad a rival, tLen cx-
1 ,.' n; Iullu i?.,
tulne froll) Lcr 'concealmeiit beiiiud au Iu-
,li-,n s.-.ci... " Tli.m is tl, fnrini.-.o l.ai.Pi
which L-ave vou to me of no ue Thus '
s, ..r,P,. .,.l n i,,,'!'!.,, ,.'l..,rr.,I un t. vm.r
n.u.fci, ; who i ibe real owner of ti1t '
ticket T" j
Vself' di-rniled r,f hone but that
jIlt chance left, my graiit.-aai,t, whose
j U!1I11P vou 1J0W tt1(. f ame ,s UlM f,ur.
jcha - ed a share in the lottery, which tutus
out !, he the tvi-iae. IVIi. itir.,- h.v.plf that
.1.;. fri. r.,s,.li i.i,l I,. !,. I.n.,, !..,!
. . ' . . r
our hi.ppness, lme Lither, and learn that
was tin- linest . ."King wutnan ot her age in
the wliulii uiuver-e. thus tlie la-t cloud
was .lisp, lied which threatened the satisfac-
tion of the bappy trio.
I'l 1'iii.VT .Ti.kV Til nnA r.f l.ia r.isnlit
- ... ..- .w.,
ar I s . I.-., ..,.-.-,. 1, IC Mr V. It
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I , ri in It'll! i!.t loilou in ' storv nf a Know
v ...i .; Jmri. ; 'I' !;...
ing very att-Mitively to tbe reading of tho
doings of the electoral college :
When tbe reader came to that part of the
retort which reads." M.llard Fillmore, ti-ht
votes," be was inteirupted by bis bearer's
sut prised nianni r, as bo exclaimed : .
" My gr.ii ions Millard l iiiinoro got only
eight vol. -in the whole U. States seven he-
si.b s in v owu '. I'll go down and w hip the
, , .i , i .
iierinan I'aini. 1 gave iiieiti lag. r Deer aim
. , i - i .. .
ttif v piomiseu 10 v pie lor rttiuiore, auo mat,
i. 1 ... . ..
,,;.-:. nK-,.-P r.-...a l.!
W01l.ll liaVC lliaUO SCVt lHCeil VOleS aiiy.lOVV J
1 sides m i ti u ill the whole U. States !'
Ai.,1 il.n American hurried awnv with a
. , , ,-, , ,
!!,d I'bir., inqmripg for the band be Lad
lu " -
We don't know who is tbe author of the
following little bit of music. It is rather
pretty, however, and quaint enough to have
beeu w rit'eu
before the Uavs ot
" Spring is coming! Hear tbe drumming
ni i in iii.iiii.SD. .. ii i so i..ieasRiu. .11 it tne
.i .. ... ii . .1 . .1... I W
L...l.ii... .,f rl, tn n,l. he ,i,.0i,..r of the'
1 ii,.!,.. distant m.iel wild wood, where :
the wonted steps of childhood seeks, in sum-'
I . . '. .
t 1 1 f
nit I s sultry hours, cooun
, , , . , ., , ,
the bowers formed in arches wild and grand ,
. , .. i e . i i t ,i
by the t.o.l of nature s band ; where he
liny and the titunly (if my muse be not too
woidv) both unite in one acclaim, singing :
on iu nature's name, aud fulfilling each their:
mission, live but ouly in tradition, priug
is coming coining, coming. Un every side, ;
scattering wnie, see me larmer easi m ,
graiu ; lor tie knows, as ne inros mv seen
upon the ground se well prepared around,
that, with sunshine and with rain, the har
vest will appear, as iu each former year."
i , i i
A Si'iiooi. uiiti.'s Love. There is both
dull, mid noetrv ill tho following lilies.
written by u school cirl, aud we dare say
that the recollection of those early dieaius,
,..lv .iinerent. from the actual cxdc-
riencc nf life, are still the most pleasaul of
a',1 memories. There is no sunshine like
that of childhood. If gleams through the
clouds of disappointment, and smiles upon
us till the river of life miugk-s with tho ocean
of eternity !
I r.nii.l mi" fjet n.v leaann.
Wi, lite book lit t ween my wn.
V'r I lie lln.uglils of Canine W.il.e
fame a ImuUn in between.
' ' - ... . . " .
--- . uiii. a ii.wuii in . uiu I lAUiiiiutj in: milium- r . r -.
I n .i.e. -.-.!
15 , 4 "m"-
, f vptcnibcr, 1770, k-Abbeville District, and
i was therefore in hiTibty urt year.
nn eatiy age, nitn nut lather, he re-
moved to Cbarleatojii where by bi.s t ilents
cneriry be lotil roa to eminence, uh a
i i ..-i
law rr. aim WS1 eLI IO IvODi're". Hum!.-
i the war of 112 h f.ni nf Art .(. -
trioua trio from Sontb Carolina Calhoun,
Lowndes and Uiev.: '
I I. . ; .1 . I I I . .
I no mitu, uiqiiuic ami uoue.-t clis -
i ''""Jibbed for strotif and manly eloquence.
i -ftcr the nurrcmltri Vj.i'l and the disatrous
1 defeats in the "
1.. 1 aaaaaaHaaa .
wlifn the news
I - 1 11
' tio"- j'O'S clJJ
1 of iNoriu Carjlina, i
an. t et.iler. or .uassa-
ehusetts, and such JiVc men, who were lead
ers of the Federal pirty, hud by their elo
quunce aud caicaMiu tbrown tbe Kepublican
party into cotii.-iou aud discouragement,
LangdoiiCheve Use after 0 o'clock at ni-'ht.
aud delivered oui of the most eljiUeut and
powerful speechei ever made in any assem
bly i he rolled back tLo tide of invective aud
iudignant denunca.tion, and stooil forth a
masterspirit defying disaster and imbued
with tLe very gcnbia of patriotism, called
the country to rally to the rescue.
The liepublican party was excited to mad
uess, and adjourned, that stormy mid gloomy
night, with higher retolres aud uobler feel
ings of devotion to ther common country
than were felt before, ill was one of the
great speeches, it not (be ere a to st of the
j war Ia debate he
was always considered
monies. Ou the l!th
eflual t0 a"' "' ' Conies. Ou the 1
(January, lsl 1, when j-. Clay, being
poiutej to Ghent, resided bis statioi
1 teu "itfercd with hi.s Ilrty. His sleru in-
' . r. .. i i t i ..... i ii i i
, ' J ncuu to u tning, ana lie couiU
1 ".ot lc'ar. lLe Farty lUtraints of Cougrcs-
sional life, lie retirdl aud was elected
!U(JK0 our State, wbre ho presided with
irreat purity and abilittt The United States
i'a"1' llt''"- embarrass. and in great dilli- :
culty, the 1'resideut invited Lansdou Cheves
to delicate tak of Inanagina it. It re-
lofty character, -tirely if ever diualled
iu our country. ,
"e returned tobis Intive State and breath-i
cd for her a filial mid devoted love, whioh i
was tho cherished feeling of Lis decliuiuj
life. . .
His frame was Herculean, and bis intel
lect massive and powerful, and he bora with
m hiuiseif Koniau sternness and
11. e ii .
B i ones
r 'i-.i t. .a - - J Va.1 VIlU.l. CUl'UdS III HIU lUKl
. , . .... , ,'
, in n.u .11 hnlp rr. I num. i nwi. ...
nil S:it.iril.'lV lifliil IIAnii an.l li..il i.r. 1 tl.i, '
dock. It was a scow-built boat about fif-
teen fret long and three feet wide ; but the '.
novelty consisted iu the peculiar motive ;
il !...... .s...l V... A...... rl'l... 1 . ... '
iiuvi . .'v... ,w.-i ii uu.s, J lie UVill
.... o..,..,n....T.. v.- I...; ..T. :.. !
a. j uvvuiiiiiauii u a.' j ait VIIO 111 H, U t I I 1
r! frmii ir.l':.nfv Kn vin t,-i u-nnf' I. , j ;,,.!.u
...i,.. i.:. i ir, a. i .11 i
about slowly by walking upon bis knees, !
upou which be wore aomethin ' similar to
bcs. He is from Chicago, and a he is
going to New York for medical treatment
His dogs of which be lias six, large and
powerful animals, are trained to perfection,
an I understand and obey his w ord of c-jui-,
niand as well as a bumau being could. j
They tow his bout at the rate of four miles
... i. r. ... i ...... . i -. .- . .
" "u-n i "u. Kimiri "iiunuu-.
vci l i ..1....1 .. .1 -1 . .
ovn un-- mnt uoui mey .ay u.j i. cose
n'l' ii-. msi i" n-i; pa.-.s. ove. ii.eill, Uliu
n.i.ll... ...a .... I i . a n .. ... ..I ...I
thus take the inside. He has a w a roll on ;
- - - - ,
board for overland journeys. His boat, an
open 0110, I'V a caavass covering, supported
. . i . . . i
on po-ts, is converted into a s.noon, which
itli a tame rac
' coon, u-c for parlor, dining room and bed
j room, all together on terms of equality aud
good will. He carries four loaded pistols ,
to protect bis dogs from attack. After pro- ;
curing a stock of provisions for himself and '
companions, lie anchored Ins boat a little ,
froiii the shore, aad'attracted the attention !
and excited the curiosity of passers-by, ;
ho crowded round to solve the mystery. :
Jbis Happy lamilv reiniii.Js one forcibly ot
tll'r ola ",lU" ivOHli.sou i.rusoo a.: being
tuinusuu liunju if i. ue. ne ,
" P""''t vojage down the Erie canal. ,
in ......I i.:. I....... il t
11 l u u v ,u " Al luulu' '
-J.m l. j Oi t t'uii 1 1.
Mul'Kl. ClTV. Chicago is evidently
,,,,;., , j0 a frt.;lt c'ity, in the way of
t.ime"aud bad morals. Within the last two
..,.!;. aavs the Vtis newspaper of that
,acC( only three constables and two justices ,
0f the peace have been sent to JSridcweil.
one countv tihv.s'cian and two almshouse
agents arre.-tcd for robbing graves, and i
j r j
selling tinman bodies, auJ one mayor ar
rested for stealing mail bags 1 That is all iu
tho official line. If the publio officials arc
corrupt, tbe people of the city seem to know
what their proper duty is towards them, ami
by bringing the bad to justice, they way
secure a belter set ot officers.
From the same paper of the 14th int ,
... i .. . . 1 r I l.
wo learn inni quuu a uuuiue. u. uui gut. tes .
were committed on the night of tho D.'th, I
but that the precise location ol all ot them
was not yet kuowu.
We seo from tlie Petersburg Express
that tho first wheat received in that city, was
the crop of Mr. P. Rogers, of Wake county,
N". C. It was sold for 51.73 for bushel.
largest max in the would.
Tlie funeral sermon of Mr. Miles Dardcn,
died at bis residence, in Henderson
county, will be preached ou the 4th Sunday
in tLis month, Ave miles South west from
j Lexinyton, Temie.sce. The Ms
teruity will be iu attendance, in f
full res alia
ou tie CeCaolOII
The deceased was, beyond all question,
tho largest man iu the world. His height
KHWi J'cH tx in.hrs two inches higher
! t l!itl Porter, the ce.e!rtittfl Ivrntui-lt v .riant
M1'" w'K1'' W!s fraction over o,c twustuiti
ponmls ! It required aeveiitern men to put
1. ... .. . . 11! .. T - -1 I I 1 1 ! r
' m wmii. huk over iuu net 01
' Pl!,ul tJ ln,llie bin coffin. He ineaaurcd
""'"l tho waist six feet and four inches.
I aucr me tunerai serviceii, a Iriemt in
""'lerscn county, whn ban lon known Mr
i'arilc-n, hi prnniisci' to m a LriO
sketch nf hia Us, tabo'i viui; imei.. s.r-a.-
Jackson (Tennessee) Whig, June d,
Mr. L. P. Williams, editor of the " Ten
tiesseo Farmer and Mechanic," give the
followinn; facts iu relation to Mr. I'anlen.
which he beard ia the neighboring town of
Uolivar. Mr. lUiden was said to have been j
very sen-itive at any allusion to his unusual i
ti7.e, aud would never consent to Le weighed ;
but by an ingenious trick of some of the
youngsters of his town, wmi were anxious
to know Lis weight, that object was attained,
Air. Harden had had a buggy ordered to be
made for him, an ordinary one not beiug
i. ai. n :.. :. -..V.
...... vi.wu.i. I'll. u. eri.ui" in iv out-
il.iv to !.- .,.. .i ...,,...
! crept up and marked the distance the
-j . ji."(j
i fprings had been detiiessed bv Mr. U.'s
weight. (ieLing on opportunity a
, afterwards, it was filled with men and bovs
until it was .depressed the came distance as
by Mr.l).s weight. Tbe men and bovs
was often very much irritated by letters
r. i ir . . .
" om tuuerent persons anil quarters pro -
po.-ing to make an exhibition of himself.
He is said not to have beeu fat at all. The
celebrated Kugliab heavy man, Daniel Lam-
belt, who weighed 57 stone or 7(1 lbs., at
1-1 lbs., the atone, was also very sensitive on
the subject of his size aud Weight. An ac -
count of Daniel Lambert can be fcuud in
an'.-st men that ever lived if not
Rayaku Ta vlur on his; Tkavki.s. Tay-
. . I.W.M . I U Hfc q 11.11 UVI .11
latitude, with the thermometer at 39 Ucf.
below zero, iu the following strain :
..L-;.... 1 Tl.. ....S....I. A ..:.. ...!
" ' ; "
. , v - ... - ...v . .a a .a
i l i ..i . . ii i ..... . i .
, ? , ,,
tliAn.ifn.lk'1lj..nti.p.iiikw, I iu.r n. 1 ..-.. I
?l it .....nrl. ' Tl.n t. n t! v... 1 1. . ,. t ...t v...
of the cold as being unusually severe, and .
we congratulated ourselves all tbe more on
our easy endurance of it. Had we judged
-..1 .. V. .. ... . ... . ,.i;,.nJ .... .I..X..1.1 ..
villi i'T uui uv.it ci; iioiii lulls, diimuiu mi.
i... ... i. .i: ...l .1... . i ... , i. !
il aA U lVlllj ( 1,Vi VaJV, ii,UJiLi avuiv J UV la V, il . J
tl i 1.. .... .1: 1. .. v...
and then took a breakfast of hied riudeer ;
meat and pancakes, of which we ale enor- .
mously, to keep up a good supply of i.iel. i
15. aisled and I consumed about a pound of
butter between us. Shriek uot. young ladies, t
at our vulgar appetites you w ho sip a
spoonful of ieo cream, or trifle with a dimiii-j
utive txrriiigue, in company, but make 1
amends ou cold bam and pickles iu the :
i i-.. ....... i r . i ... i i ...n .1.. i
, u... vou y.v nim- i sn.tn ten me
1 .1 1. :. .1: . mi ,
irum, iiiougu ii ui.-guM juu. i ins tuieuse
coil. m-j;..-ia lie.e-.-.iiJ nil l.iv, unit nun
...11 ..... . ......... ill. t..v .... ... .11. ...
neeessitv comes the taste a v. i.-e nrovi-.ion
of Nature. I have no doubt 1 shall be abb
" " " I
to relish tram oil and iallon candles be lore
we Lave done with Lapland.''
, ,. ,, , ,
A F.stiuni.KRLl.l. - . - Afriendbashnnd -
ed us a large, curiously shaped ring of pure ;
gold, which was found by a negro, six miics j
above this place, Keovveo river, near (iap ,
"i". wuere was uug..i m u.c ujS oi
Red Man, a well contested battle with the ,
1 ale faces, i tie ring nears on u outsiue,
tu pericctiy legin.e . capiiai .euer.-. uia j
.u-enpuo.. . ..... v... v.. .., . !
- u i - .
t c ring was picked up, is the ruins ot otd ,
I-. .rl ( i.-nri-e. whose rnrnicts. in the o deu i
D ... . ' .. . i
. l Ll....l
of the white man and tho savage. Per
chance the possessor of this ring, in one ot j
the many deadly contests, which M ached.
tittle, nut anno ...uiviiv. III.U mi. .'...w..
bones now to be seen fully attest, lost his '
life, and it bus shared the fate of his dust,
... i i. , ei.ri.m. n.m .;r.
lili HV", U 11H-" ID - v.ii.M . ,
tose M1,,,,0.,.a histoiy is suggestive of love,
,1, .r.,,i... i,iie i, m,. Ir h.-. ,
i :. r. ... Cir id,. it..iM.i.rl,..i i.f th..
l.l'r 1. IL nun u.' i ............. .
- .:.. ....i, ,n,ttl.,s. htuiete Courier. -
tl) ,uvt.liasc a candle or oil ; iu winter, it
A New Feature. The Troy (New Yorki. was rarely that I could get any light but
ladies have introduced a new feature at ' the fire, an 1 only my torn even uf that
their fairs, which makes them dra-v like. To buy a pen or piece of piper, I was . jiu
steaiu engines. Ail the most bewitching j polled to forego sjtue p n tion of my t o..d.
nirls wear placards, labeled, "kisses one though in a state of ha. f starvation ; I had
ChiUim each ;" and in some eases where' not a moment to call my own ; and I had
&!J ( fte v
ss extraordinary beauty, as to rend aud write amid toe ta.king, .auo
. J . : i . . ... . t - . . i i .-
live cents is obtained, lien- ;
tlemeii who are fond of gathering this kind
of fruit, "melting from trees." go in for it'
...i: . ... il, w..;. .'nt nf their nurse : and i
one of the newspapers states that one rosy
ss - e -- .
ipped, bright-eved gal, realized s-ti'J in one
. ". .1 1... . 1
ev.-iiug. vme gemieuiju aetu.n.v pmcuascu
.? 1 1 worth of this honey !
Cnun.TY riMhiiEU At Abo, iii Fin
land, a dog that had been run over by a
carriage, crawled to the door of a tanner in
the town ; the man's son, n lad of fifteen
jcars of age, fi.st stoned, aud then poured
a vessel of boiling water on the mi-entble
animal. ThU act of diabolical cruelty was
vilnesed by one of the magistrates, who in-
-.1 I.:.. I -.,.1,. .... f f,.i.t Tin.
unanimously agreed in condemning the boy
to pi.iiisbn.eut: Ho was imprisoned till the
, . ..i..f .1..,. . ,t : ,1,.
IUIIU. 111 111. I I IVVI M .1 , I.ILU,t i.
, ., c , , , i , ,i, , ;,.
nf tlm m-oiifp. Im was eo ii uetfJ to the place
as conducted to thepiace
n officer of .justice, who
lucc. " Jnhiiman young
lid not assist tho animal
ct ixecuticn bv an
read to him his sentence
i ... . .. ,t:.i r
.,' ,' . , ;. : i ... -, ,,,i
IllUb .111 IMUI l-.l IUUI ."Ml I'Y 1 1 ' I .... , i . i -.
i i -. i " .- . .i .. i ' -.il l,n
derived it bcinz lrotn the same iOil wtio
1 ; i . I , .
ave y a hie : bccau.e you anucu to tlie
: a i- .i ...nr
omi"la ot ttie agonizing lieast, atiu mur-
dcicd Virtue eouu'.-il "f this eity has sen-
1. .,,-J L- o wear ,m vour I .east tl.i name
whieb, von deserve, and t nce'vo liny
ptrities." He theu huiiL' a
black board about
his neck, with this inscription : " A savage '
and inhuman young uian !" An 1 after iu- (
dieting ou Li iu twcii'v-five stripe-4, he pro- I
cecded : " Iuhumaii j'liing man ! jm have1
now felt a very small degree of tlie pain with
which Ju Lave tortured a belpl'-ss animal
in its hour of death. As you wi-.li for mer- '
cy from that (Jod who created ail that live,-
earn hum.mitv lor the future. J le then
executed the remainder of the sentence.
SaI.E OK A Hemai:kai!I.K ks.-k.i.
. , .,. .
be remembered that the vessel Ueai. lueh-
' ",f"lJ wa'1!'
r that ever made the vy
o to Liverpool, luthiscou-
i it. .linn tin. t'liipiii.o I're&s s:i l.. :
motion the U.icagO t re.s say,
I Nelearu that tho I'ean J.ithmoud h is
j been sold at Live, pool for .( fe.,o
1 eo-l .1 il.OIH', w bith li uves the very hau.t-
1 a new trade, this must be considered a very
! j- i ... . .. .i. : . . . :
1 tucees.-iui re-u.i,. in ui.j vouucei. m
' notice that Stewart Kerr, a h-avy pioduee
dealer of Liverpool. Engl-ind, is now on a
iit to this city with a view nf making ar-
! raneements for a direct trade between tiiis
city and Liverpool, lie 1"U Liverpo-.l im-
! mediately after tbe arrival of the Dean Kieh-
moud at that port. The project of seuJin
' L-ood Dualities winch Call vet he seeure'l de-
i f.-re the season closes. Nj time is to be lost
The End or the ("sited Status Ham;.
j ..l.L..I,ll...U .,.,. ,,Jl.
: - w'--K ""!""' moo.o,
"-. letters, i:c.. that bad been preserved
or. file a' vouchers iu the long course of the
'immense busimss of the United States Haul;,
were sold in a heap iu Philadelphia, and
1 .. a. 1 .s. .... (
ii lri'ir im'h nv n l'lii't.-! iiiurt' . ' "--
f,, ;t ,,n;,.,.va sVnu.ni 'm
........v-..... - -
luia i'i iii-iisii.iL.t.1 uv , an
'"'porMiit transformati..., inti
cv:'" "'l?u,;ll-'1 'ite p iper. hi nuge
ma's ol pooks ami papers smues wie
with a-toni-hinent. A f.iint idea maybe
, , f ,1
formed of the colossal c.iaracter ot tl.
stitution which at one time occupied so im-
PorUut a nai t ia the history ot thp oountrv
bl,t a :.-torehous9 tuese papers vvouu
e ,or -nniynlual histories ; ami percnanee
t,,l'-v wou'a '"'."tr"te
tb '7 ' the po.itical par.UJ
01 thc day. .W.uiu. liU.l.""
v-fcA Gn..nEt'r.s I'l. ere is a p.-culiar
ciian about the sea ; it is alw ays toe same,
,.t.t ,,eVcr tiionofonous. Mr. Go-so has well
J.' . . . .. i .f t..i .- .
observed, that vou soon get tire i ei in king
. .. , .,
:l tlie jovfliest nelil, l.ut never ot tne roiling
.... . .!. c.l.i
,i' , ..' . ......' .it...:.' ,ln'i,' UlitV, nl.m.nd.
in. Profoundly mvsterioas as tluMlXd !s,
with its countless forms of life, the a-p-ct
does not irresistibly and at once cueree tbe
viuca l"l ..' ' l. v , i -. -.
ini.i.l tn tidiik of suld -cts so invsterioiis ati I
Is) awful ns tbe asp. ct of the sea docs -it
l , , i-.,i .,..,.;.; .,,
of u.ror a,j wei,uc, as are tome in evi rv
umrmur o 0, ot.-all) ,,,,,1 thus is neither sj
torrn,t. or fo .u2estive. As we look from
tle c;i,r, every wave has its btt-r ; every
j.f(' u , .Iljt . w.i u i.r"e,,t ,,',
0 r it ii.-lt. into that large wave? Ant
.e .j . i0,, w,it.n fiats no aimle
Iv on us
bank, and now is car. led tiu-U-r again. llo
a ui-ovv niut- wreiell It is ins . i .a-r.ii.-ti. ui
a drowuiug wnteli it is the fr:
!(01. wlk.U ltM stn.,-k miles and mil. a
. ,- . i. . i n .
away, i.ir iroiu neip aim an puj , unseen e
f heaven, and no messenger ot
igoiiv to carta except, tins io'. wnr.-u n
i . . . . I : 1 .1
so luiiyau'.ly ou the tide.
TiieWii.L AM' THE W.vv.
I b an,-!
!ni,.m:ir wl.en I was a private so.. Iter, on
the p-iy of six pence a day 'I be ed ge .,!
mv 'n. i in. or tlin' A mvginrd l.e'i, was
mv . :.t. to stodv in: mv tnan-sacK my
........... - j ' - i
book-case, and a bit of I-
. r I Iv log on in v
ii was mv writing tab'.e. 1 bad no money
nig, singiug, wliistimg, and oaiviii.g oi n ui
a score ot the most r. e..l. -s men au.l that
too iu th-;r hours of freedom from a.l con-
tr.il. And I sav if I uuder these circu.il-
stauces, could et.eo.iitter and oere. me tbo i
tak is there, can there be, in the whole ;
world, a youth who cau tin I an rseut fot
the nou-perforuiauco ! CvU-ett. I
ruUUDAYS LATER I'llOM EniOl'E.
Qckuki.', Junk 27.
The fteaiii.-hip Irdian, Captain V. Jones,
has arrived at this port, with Liverpool
date-' to to the 17th iustant.
The appearance of the approaching elec
tion iu France was unchanged. The oppo
sition tiekets are still divided. It was ru-
' lUt. SVf U o Czar
" P' -eriUuny in July.
It was rumored also that a conference
, , , . , .
woulil tiiKO act between the potentates
" . I ..
w,u1,'1 p M betwe-n Ue potentates
of tne several Italian Mutes including
,,",,S t"l! representatives tho 1 opo and tho
A meeting Lad been held fit Asliton un-
der the aust.ieca of I no Cotton Supply As-
, . t . ii '
soeiation, and resolutions were adopted
. r . i
suiiiiur to those auoiited at tbe Liverpool
I . V,e U'.,V " M Wt
jturcujri.oii ai.rj kingdom of Saxony ami
j " uo P "'""panties. 1 "c -
.snaKeti, out no serious uamago was uone.
fl MTllEn 1JY TI1K STEAMER INDIAN.
'1 he Jewish I 'labilities bill has been oc
cupying the attention of Parliament. The
Catholic ami-ndineiit was defeated by an
immeii-o majority, and the bill was sustain
ed nn the last iju. .-tion.
The Loudon Times has come out in ad
vocacy of the abolition of slavery iu Cuba.
Meetings hoiden in the country to consid
er the present inefficiency of the cupply of
'cotton, have endorsed the resolutions pass
ed on tho I'Jth nut. by tho meeting of mer
chants in Livei pool.
J im treaty of commerce bad leen signed
hrrii-ii.-.i l!nhkl-.i i.ii.t 1-'.-ii tirti.
, Cot,0 WM ict ,, ' .,,. T1,e
, . , , -7.,,,, ht,.k
of .. H.,.ulat0M 'ttud eportvri lock
., . , , 1 '
crd from Id. a d. per 70 pounds. ( arn
was su-s.dv. Kiec was f.uiet. 1'rovisioDS.
sugar and ru-iu were dull.
i.ATi.n vcoai Ki iiori;.
AK1UVAL I IF ST EMEU NIAGARA,
Halifax, June :.
The Steamer Niagara has arrived, with
tnarKet c.oscn steady, ar, me lonowing 'tno-
tations, viz : Fair Orleans ej middling 7
13-16; fair upland middling 7j.
Consols !:)J tj 'J.i.
Hi end it;i Ifs were oiiii-t. at nt a slight nd-
T1 wati.ur i.;.,i i,.VI. favor.be
to tne crops.
M inchester advices were fa-
TOr.lb.t,, ' lbe bul!ion in tne RlTnk cf Y.UT-"
jal(i jJil(j iuc,.ea(ej jttil -,(i(H),
At Havre, New Orleans tres ordiuaire
cotton was quoted at ll7f. The sales for
three diys had been J,UII0 bales.
A spirited discussion bad taken place in
the Ivigiish House of Commons, iu refer
ence to the destruction of (ircytown, under
tin. admiiii-tratiou of President Pierce.
Lord llanilltou inquired if the Govcruu ent
bad demanded ripuiaiiou fir the Diitish
pri.pi rty destroyed. L-rd Palinerstoti re
plied in tiie negative, aud said that the law
ollicers of the Crown bad given the opin
ion that such a demand could not I s.is-
taim-ii. A Uiicus.sion tdereunou cri-ueu.
in Biiic!l JIcsra. i Israeli, 1
othl,r,( ,K.,,ouneed the a3'..ir a:
as an outrag,
ail,j ln.sted that the honor ot the Uriusli
.,, 0u-bt to have been niaiiitained. Lord
.loii.i Kn.sel mid nfhel-s defended till. Iliir.
,...,,,-, au,J the subject was dropped.
J he number of lintish Cruisers o" the
C03st of ('aba lias been increased.
The Continental news is unimportant.
The French electii u excitement was ia-crea-nig.
LATER FROM CA LIFOHNIA.
New Yukk, Juue
The steamship Illinois has arrived at this
port from A-piuvvall, w ith San Francisco
dates to the 3th inst. She brings about
s,g II I lillil in sneeie.
Tbree bundled of Gen. Walker's men had
arrived at Aspinwail
A bandred bouses bad been burned at
Porte au 1 raicc.
Tbe shipment of gold AtlanticwarJ,
from tan ria:iei.-eo, are increasing.
A rumor prevail.- iu San Franci-co char
ging that (-!-mh-I llarazthy, meiter and
n-tim r cf the Umwd States li.-anch Mint at
Sin Fr uiciseo, is a defaulter to an amount
vai-iou-!y slated to le from ?10i),lH0 to
S.)li;i,()n(l. lie has made over bi proper
ty to be held in trust, as seouriry to tbo
A pi position was before the Govern
ment of Granada, authorizing the Pre.-i-del.-
'o settle the difficulties with the Uui-t.-d
The report of tbe Anglo-French Protec
t irati' over the Chinch a Islands is cou
Liter intelligence received at San Franci-co
from Sonoiii eoatii ins the total iinni
!,i!a:i.'ii of the party uud.-r Col Crabbu uu
der ei: liiiist-inei s of tr. ichery.
(! .-. Stever.s has b.eu nouiinated by t'je
D.-mocrats its delegate to Congress from
Washington Tt rritory.
Trade wa-bii-k at Oregon city.
KHU!A"Kl HV A Snakk. A few days
i lice, a M aster J acob lit iu hart, about t w elv n
i..-.r., of age, while walking along Wist
Uoien'h-.agiK- Creek, near I pton, Peiin., saw
a vounger iad than himself, who had In u
fishing, suddenly fail back into the creek.
Young Reinbait got a pole, w ith which Im
fished the other lad out of the wr.tir and
landed bim safely, when bo tom l that
black snake about iour and a Lilt feet in
leiiL-th was wrapped aioun I th ; i uild's body.
His pecket knife so:n fieed lbs iad Iroui tne1
suake's enilraee, and the iatt.-r surit-red no
further dautag-e tuaa a batu aud a vj-l-ti