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Tncjid.iv. Feliriin rv 22. 1559.
Government ExritNniTunis, Mr. Stc-
.1 tranche of agriculture and become orna
ments to mo country in wnicu mey uvrn. pbens, or Georgia, is reported lo liave cm
That gentlemen might to able to state with . ,,)e fon0w-i,g ancU!,e, hi tbe recent
Perfect confidence to t n. ,r contuue nil, nd rps of IVn.ocratie iVepresentativcs !
Tir.' IIomi' Y-t r.iflt'iiii'ii left Charlotte
en yesterday morning, on a miliury txeur
p;or, lo Newborn, and also to talis fart iti
t'rie c-lobratiea of tin- ltiitli l.iy of Wash
ingtou at that place. We te'ieec tbe rank
are full ami with lbir Rind, wo hive do
dou' t the Company will n. ,kc a fine ap
rive every member of this House an op
portnnityof recording their votes. He should
call for the yeas .md nays.
Rejected ty the following vote t
Arm Mif-rv. rlciit.iiry, ltrysnn. Run... Ci!.i
well,..!' lluike. iM.-wrll. nl' tJ.iilli.rd, rhiiHihem,
( lnip, Ox, of I'm, IWhcry, l'!t r. Karrow, Kit.
el.ee, Kri!-. U . U)-t r . of IV v. e. (iunl.er .f lr.-iicl!.
(i .n'lirr. linen of C!i. Hum, IL.ti. n
l..,k, l.,.r,. I von. Mci--tt.T, JKK
.Means. M.cl.ra.l. M.i, N..tw
IV ilrlmri), 1'ur.tir, hipl. v, Itmiry, Sa ilcrs, Shaw ,
Sirn.;nt'P. Smith, Sp-fp'W, Swit, St. pher., Tom
linn, Tli. H nbnrp, Walker, V.ilaer, Vinulty,
rVT M.ssrs. BuiiMin, P.iril, D irl.ee. ni-nnt.
Hri.ici-.. Itrr.m of ., Bryan of N w Mm
I'irr, Pu'lnck, Hurke, llvril, I ..siner. (' I n".l..rics.
!)..nrv. DI.miii. Dnrt.-I., Dr.'k... hoU. r ,i-n.
I F..v, G t m c, . ..try .Urn n ..f FianUi... II ill 01
il!..'w..i.. II .li. ..f V.,r-, n, .,rr. ir, llcst. r. Hill,
: ..I 1 1 .. i I X . Hill, ..I Stoke, !"!c,seh.w, J
(.:,ng.-, Kirbv. 1. 1 fiVrn, I.i w if, Lone
M..re .f Chatham. M.-re of .Marl'n, N
Rer.g . I! ves. Sr. ill, S'l. rriH, Simps.
, w....rf. CM, Ptm.Cir... Tli. nip...i. arc!. Wat
j ..n, Wi.ittiil.i, 1U1.11, N illim. 1 .-3.
I Will not such proceedings ai-tuni.-b the
Tlir Tariff Qnrslion, ir. J Congressional.
Washington, rttruary 15. AVakiiinoton, Februnry 1 1.
Nothing iris done to-day by the Com-4 Senate The puj-liil eoinmitiee reported
miltee on Wavs and Mean on the tariff . for t,0 abolition of the franltinir pri-
Mr SlPil..e nf fienririn saiil a lien ' (lUectlon. It IK Mill H IIOVCO IIINt Hie pro- v cc,..
be fiwt entered' Couercf in 18-13. the cx- i portion to fii'mitd the act of 1S57 for two ; The Indiana contested election cie.'
nenfosof the novcri.meut were olU tKirtv I jer will carry; but it must be done nt was ,lobied and
millioti per annum. The Country had cone ', "oe or n 'lr Mon is incrilable. J'he lHne ,d
throunh the cxpeDive Mixican war. with committee hid undercotiMtleration iheeiuinip B vote of Hd lo X'O.
fixtr-thrre thouat;d foldierc iu the field for
fifty-tlirec millions, and now iu time of peace,
thu estimates were feventy-thr-i millions.
Ilmrr, Many expenditures where boll v unneccs-
M.rtl..,,,. ,.,! ,..f,n, ... inrlUnoi.U i,.,UH
lie believed forty million" an utiuti'lanco
for the national expense, lie was thereto
opposed to an iuciease of duties, and aaid
the expenditures Fhould be brought within
the proent rectipts."
I Ins is a sug);o..tivt ftatctnent, olunies
of several Statea fur arrearages c-f inleret, Seveml si.eeches were made on the Cu
based upon the rule adopted in the Mary- ,M1 De(iii,ition bill, but no uctiun as had.
lar.d case. j Ucikk The Oregon State bill as tlis-
The Army bill which passed the Senate cussed. A vote on it will probably be had
to-day cuts eft' the bievet paj allowed tomorrow.
to General fcott last year amounting to February 12.
nearly five thousand dohars. Mr. lavia . n the Senate to day, the resolution eon
inert to cut it off last year, t ut laileu. , fining the expenses
Since the action of the House Mihtnry Jfiti t:0(l OcO was deb
Committee in cujtiug don the Atmy Ap-j taken on it. The pri
propriation Dili, (tic Secretary oi ar tins 8unicrt, nml mi tills were p
luiporlant from Viuliington. I Islrr from nayli.
WiAiiiMiTfiN. Tucsdav. Febroarr fl. l'V the artivnl of the brii Pi:..
The Nary IKpartnionta in receipts of of- Kelson, from Kins-ton, at I'harlJst.ilf
Heinl advices Irom t lie t oast ot Atricn, an- i ri.iaj, n oru.iry ii, p ive , ,
tiniinniiiir the visit, aearcli. seizure Mid burn- 'tmi tant news from Haiti Tl, r.--"
;....( in,,,!,.. U a Hritixh Mornitii' Jottrtml .t,f V,l,..,.,i "'"'"n
. . . , r rrinser. the lollon lliu Cfirri siionnei,ee, ii.t ui unuarr. rar
a resolution in iavor oi - . . ,i ,
thv's riuh.a was tabled by ,n,kb,,;, 0 ,ro""c"J I I", our "'Uly ann.unc.J .
1( ' I Secretary I oncey, tells the hole -lory : ! revolution hd broken out m UMti , 1,1
lutnmnu,'., r 'utlrn Iu it Srrri-mrv til iW. ., 0110 tiotieral tiulfi-aril .1 . ."I
n..'.r Tutim lo ft. Sr-rriry nf Artr. by one General Golfiard, aiH 'L it's ,
(lllli rAT'K f-'nll VCNE8, i hud been fg-.ii;ht btlecn thu trorp, f""
H-ei tnl.er 10, H.j1- j louijiie and tli'. revoltiiiotiita. From r
.ir I nave mo noiiur iu lornnru m mi- accjuiim u aru tnnuiea to gin. ,
Viiw !l..r.irliin ill th oirii!Tisii in? papers liirlieulnm. It nl i e-ira ' . ",ff
iii relntion to the cupturc ami detrnc!ioti by , l'ort au Prince, enern (ieffrard i.i.,n"V'
fire of tin' Kufus Soule, a btipiiniitm under !of truee to the Finperor. ofl.-riu,. I
of the Government to; American colors, by Iler Uritauio Majesty's life and protection to bis family iflc
laU-d, but no aetion was ! steamer Viper, on or about the 1 1th or I J'.h ' abdicate his poner and aave the ii,oi
rivato eiilender was re- I October 1-0. llaUi from the horror of a civil Jt
were passed. I A I ni not to meet with F.a Officer Iduij-jb demanded lime to eoti,, .r ,'
people ! A bi'l is before Conpress and like- questioning rcuiiction
Ir to become k law of the country, appro- j eit'11 wart when the resources of the nation
rriatiug land for tbe ue of Agricultural j employed iu the eonqnt of a wealthy
Colleges, and there are 5.1 men in North Ca MKn j,, pold ; disUnce J ,wo ,hou.
The rarn-.cr's Hank. j rolina, who nro opposed to this State rc-1 ,sd miles from tbe federal capital, the
The legislature has amended the charter : PciT;nc j,pr portion of it. Shame on such l expenditures of government scarcely ex
ef the F rur's 15 . nk bv changing the ' cnduct. The land may be ciMi,ibutcd a i rveA 6f'J milliou dollars. Now at a mo
mother F.a'x from E":xbcth City to Gre-n.. ; Co .rp r,MiM b, fur Nort, Carolina ! ""IB,.f Pr'foun., P"e. jtcrilic
,,..,.-' 1 A'lmitintratiou iu power, and a Ucmocrat'o
baro .. Tl.i w I. Lave tb fflVct of maamg ,iej aro cpr.oacd to her being benefitted by j majority iu Congress, the estimates amount
all t'h biil go:d. t lur friends ho hare , til(, act Are they ral fiitnds to tbe agri-' to seveLty tbrce million! The statement
no comuieDtary M ash. Flutes.
. ..11 .,..:i r. . ;.....,....;. ., aauressea a etter to said committee, an- i i ,n l 0ne. I m i srussion on t he Ore- M onovor teiore inc iaiier iiari ui nm i j , wi niuwi-u imui, d.ii ueiore t i. .-i
re.entatioi. of the enormitv of the nublic ' Fving their course. The reduction amounts 1 con , ns returned, and tbe lion. A. U. and supposing it important that the facts lime hod expired, f. Imperial tro.V
"'"-I expenditures, and of the urgent need of re-1 t0 ntarli l million dollars. Stt phens, of Georgia, made an able and elo- appearing in these papers should bo coin- jdnrn their arim and made ,;
VnVteV. i trenchiiient and reform, than is compressed meumer ft ll.e present lonpicsa teati- ,,,., M,t.l.t. , aV0r ot tlic bill. Other i muincaie.. io .no i.-cpnriiiicu. ..iwun me i0iier oi wenraru. J jie ym.
.rnmn. in tin lirief but pregnant paragraph. itli T V, "I,n,"u "' ' 1 ' fe
Small, the skill of the rhetorician Mr. Stephens ex- i ,ee Olauc Jones, M.niMer to Austria
Libit.- bis case in the tivid lit-l.t cf con:rat. 1 "'"1,-t a '' of Congress, had made nu Senate, and was finally pnssed by
and developes it with a concentration of cf- ,fc'et,''n';I!t 'h wiiuess, then not a metnher, jorily of eleven. The following Southern
feet whit h compels instantaneous and un-! 10 I''0 Innj coal contracts nom i tic ,m.,.rH voted agnin-t the liil
In thecrii-is of for- i Government,- which Jones was to receive , Miri,,tn(l. W, liui-,
speeches were made for and against its pas- po-sible, I forward copies of a report I have ror, no longer left to bis choice, provj'j
i'.'soge. The bill is the same as it came trom prepared for the Commander in Chief on ; to make out his papera of ah-lie.,,;,,,, '
the Senate, and was finally pnssed by a ma-j 'hi" nation. Ion the l.'th he caused the folk;,.,',
commiAKion of five per cent
Incase tbeVumored retirement of Chief
Jusiioe Tuner and Judge MeLane takes
I trust that iny reasons for this direct
eotnmutiicalion will appear sufficient to the
J. M. Ilariii; Ilonoruble Secretary of tbe Navy. 1 have
I I he honor to be,
JJ h TOTTKN, Coinniandcr.
To tbe lion. 1. Touccy.
rTATKM ENT Of I'ETEIl CALMS A.
I shipped for the American brig Kufus
nia, ud that it hsll be their duty to con
vey the overlauJ letter moil. '1 his can be
doue by despatcUng from post to post three
any of th-m shouM nit no pass them offj cutUrit ! If so they have a tad way of;i( njaud
at a discount, without bring compe.b-a to do , s)10W:ng jti
m. Th.se re-uarks are made with the ex-. i The Moore's Creek Monument The
po(aticn that the st.ickholder-', when they Election Frsucis nr.d Ccrrupticn. i Monument stands near the fading marks of i or four men each ' mail, and whilst it will
i.ii... .,t if thu mend-! Tim W . -I.li. ..i,r iVfrr.mn,l.,m nf iho i the old entrenchment. I' is of good sand- nat add a dolluradditional expense, it will
toni-hed hy tue deveiopm. ots ot tl.e t orn- , cenT 0f tie fouods'ion, and looks well. I as scouts, and ajd protection to emigrant
Ronort of tbe Invest; gating C"mmiTee. j ruittoe of Investigation, which has brought) The inscriptions, elegant and appropriate, A speaker' wasrant was sent by thi.-even
We hav-- before uthe report cf tl com- j . ljpi,. , l. -,, , orrn:nt rnmlii,tinn ' 'e in Gothie letters. Ou the front, facing ! iug'a mail lo rhikdelphio, to the Si-rgrant
1 ' ' ' i .i. . j . l . 1 1 : 1. . .. i. J . i r . .i . . i i . '
m. tte iti nut j'i hv the ei-ntur to ef. aI1,j ... tortious of tl.e Tie-furv. ns have :' r . : .. ,.". ...' . i . . ' . . 4 ' r . "e.i oi johh tPg,thir nh the
"""llu "-' j - . - w , ,u I'wun (j, t...oh ,.,ator n
,.IJ. K. Hica.ld.
iii,tti J S. Mill -on and Win Fn.iih.l
Xuith Ciirntiiii Jehu A Gilmer. A. M.
plaoe, there ii bo doubt Attorney General Scales, jr., U. M. Shu and T. 15. Vance.
Uiack would 4)on the Supicnie bench. The Sunlit l aohm$ h IJotilmm, W. W. I
opportunity wM al.o then be embn.ced :0JCe, L M. Ktitt, John MtQueeu aud W.
oi a recou.-tratiionw me l.alinet. , l'orr'u r Xlil. c...i . ' ...... . .i m ..?... . ,.,,;. , .i ,.,.., ., . . '
Senator O.iu purposes H is said ...tro- , C'.o,,-.M. J. Crawford, Joshua IJill, tllc 0f JU.. .,tJ jed, as I understood menu of ih. people,
due.ng an imenduttt to the Army Appro- i ttmi u. V. T,irpe. for i.VrllB,l0 Fo. Just sighted Cpe .ie 1 h too muel, rriet,d,l,ip f,)P n,r .
priatiop bill, providing that the five mount- jil,ni,iii' . U. W. Cobb, J I. M Cur-j Vvrd Wands, and the next land we made try to LeMi.w, i sacriiieing ...vif 1 ' '
ed regtmeuts new employed on the frontier rv. J. 1.-. l)0udell. (i. S. Houston. S.Moore. i. i f.:. .1 .. r v...j. i...:... ,.,..,! ,.f ll fc J "r
"c v..iiui- Miori,.r anrt J. A. Mallwottb.
eliimatH.li 1,1 1,.' ... . c t"
JluitfihS .Called by the will of tU.
pic, to govern the destinies of llsvii,
care aud anxh ties have comtut'v tl.B
the welfare of my citil-bs atid the r,i,,.v"
ty of my countiy. I h.-IJ Lrp
could have relied on the affections of ti,0,
who fie vated me lo tbe supreme pir'
but the last events that hue tali,.., ,i. '
a n J
tiieciiou n-HUQS nr.ti tcnuputn. ... r. ... s ........ ...v.. .......
The Wi.-tiiin-ton Correspondent of the 1 li'v entrenchments. I' is of good sand- nat add a dolluradditional rxpense.it will
,, , . , c. , .,, , I stone, purchased in I'hiladeh.hia, wh re the ; save the large outay now raid for the trans-
H .iiiiiiore American sa?, the country whl be ; ' . i ?. of. t .i - i . .- r'.i .1 -i .i
J ' 1 . monument was made. It is fl'teen fv t l.i-h, r.ort;itiou of thiit'mail, t.racti'e the army
amine iit i the afi ii
i;0a i; i. i;.ri
of the North Caro-
' the Frid
i never l.cen trace. 1 souirictly tl.rougn all : r,...t i),:.i . o-.u t.i. : . i. :...:.... ......
Wc L'lH- gldUC;ii OVer it .).. r ,-..-,:(., I efur. A sim-'e fnct. ! 1 TTfi Ton Virt Viotors f:i.,n4 l.r tU1 Tin. ("..Yrij.,1 .r.....v hMl.ll,
that the e-mtnittee mik-s some i,v nr :n,1f r, .. , ,,,:. er in which i American Arms in the War of tliO ltevo- not reach here iuiimc to be laid before tin-
Mrsnje rf,r.ncos fo the mtngement of;, NaVT Yards have been converted into ilu,ioa-" . j Senate tl.i esioJ, a the mii-senger failed
,. , I.-. : . . l . i., f..fi.l ,. . , ' , , , . .,,,.1 On the rear is inscribed the following :: to come by the pt tttan.er. A(it' lok
lnwr:a. .e .uteud to la, before our , ro!ltlcal lu Jhj. ,a?t 1.300 ... ,Itf Vwi the ewa of Priri,a J0hu I Herald. 1 f
"sd'r ;he tr,;,r' T,V'n ,!"' they eao.,ue wcre cmplojed at the Navy Yard at Gr,dy, of Poplin County, Who Fell Bravely i
jjdge of it-truth. Mr Fisher has pnbli-bed : Brooklyn. In November, on tbe eve of the : Fighting for His Country ; The Fir-l Mar-j . Lllltrfiim lUvailO.
a reply to tins r. port t ne committee state ; election, the number was increased to .',4(10. yr in me v au.-e ui r roeuu... .-.unu v..iru j V ,,it.rl Sics mail ftcaincr l'l.ila-
nna. oiiii i rie oni y ii in g kii ifii in nil" i i 1 1 ;e , , , ,. ,, ,, ,. ,
Nishjuii F. lflail, jr.,
;,e.i,?-II. Marshall and U'. L. Fti
Jrnhefie Ii lix K IT. r.
'Jems Guy M l!r van.
'J he F. ( ut.iicatiji, .x.'ipt ti'tiie, voied
again-t ith pxvage. hen the result was
known tleii- . as greut .'.juicing Tin re
are a lm n 1 1 r o I 1 1 n I. r r-. 1 1 1 tow n, ami iln-y
eiiin ii", i reiindi d the
eon Senators alio h - l Ot the measure .
us, anu plie seiil a t.oal. 1 lie captain ot tliC!;'lJ" "") as nappy a my hurt Ln
steamer iper ami another ofheerwitb hiiii " "J ' eirei
came abouru ; they s-ked fur paper", and .
musti red the crew and iiuesiioin d us all I
shout white we belonged I was at tie! (Ngtiefl) i ALM,
wheel, and heard the Captain of I be Vipi r A genticluaii at Hay ti, wiitii.g t0 f .4
ti II ".uptaiii Ahdrr-on that he wuuld gne "''is city, say. :
him Mic hour lo make up bis mind, and if! i spoketi of as a glorious Hrv.'ji ,
he did not dclin-r l is es-el he woulJ taiie i ' thousand of weapons were dn,, , (l
In r in tow; and the captain returned 011 ! ':0' a single lifu lost. Frc-idi i.t Hi(;.i:.;,
board his oau vessel, leaking the other (.( I ' r en ry inch of him. ,e ; , ,v
fleer with n. In half an hour the order ' r'r and bi paiti'inns hate i.t.u,. ., . .L
w a givi n fir tb Knglish to op' n the l atch j kindness and protection that a 'rulv 1,
cs. I il. eii saw for the fir.-t time ti.st our ' al'l I.. j inane man could giw-Unw !.,
flag bad been hauled down. j inoh waa ready to late ttiei.. I . 1 1. r . (
'l l.e Fiigli-.li officer then waved his hind- 'hey bad not been re-.traint.il l y II., J':.
kerci.i. f lo the Viper, aud the Captain of ' i Jfi.t. You will rC.-ivn etic'.j.el a c j i ;
tl.e slesmer came aboard. The hatches 'he abdication thu rx-Ktnpercr w .,
were opened, and be then ordrcd us all lo j eJ by Capt. McCtac, Captain cf An.,;. .!
get our clothes r-ady to go onboard llujll-e French Coli-u!. with a stt .i.g c-cit ,f
steamer Afterwards they brought from the guard of the Frcidints, 1 cat. t.;i,f
I-ri; all her sails ai.J m. all stores. The the governor niadu bisccipo fumi
1 me at Fort, au I'i inoe, 1 ".ih of Jyn ,
s.!J, in the OGih year of Imb p.-i,.). , '
tijat Mr. F.-her refused to appear before I I'hiladc'phia, 1.1 HO men were employed !
at the Ncy Yard, a:,d on lie 1 '-lu October, i
Slid the 1'n fiilelit and ice Pte.-iM tit, all
cf wi.oni made spe.ehes in r ply, ll.e latter
making a atroi'g Cuban speech
February 1 I
I Sf NAir Tbe Senate debated the sub
ject of retit-iiihuieiit iu Guvernment ex
penses. Mr. Hunter made a speech, in which he
suted that the pr. s.-nt tariitf had answered .
ext irtutions. He diff. retl from the l'tesi-
tlem and have any fuith.r ' inret:jation
00 the su jet." This, we think, plsc . Mt
F.-her iu r. liar an unenviable position.
Wc shail also jive bis eomirjliication after
tbe r. prt.
the number was increased to 1,700, the dif
ference being more than the claimed ma
jorily for Mr Florence, the Democratic rep-le-n.taii.t
from that di-trict. In both these
iii-tanccs, the men were reduced to about
mime sine lacing tne main roan i.s tne .,- . - ... ' , ,1, ,,, ,., ,1 s ..,, f !,.. 'I ,,.,,,. : .i,..;, , 0 , 1 , , , . ., ,,r
word " Liilincton." and on the onnosite side ' ,, I r 3 , i,ew """V V. .,. " e" V. : . . M .."" .i 1" " , "rl " et on ore about . o clock in the , uia,e, on n...ru n. - r,n..,.ie ; pr.
Much 1 1
is the word ' Caswell." " Lilliugton
" Caswell '' arc in roied letters; the other
inscriptions are in sunken letters. 'Hie Mo
nument, in respec' to architectural style, is
more of the Grceiau order. A military
emblem principally representing two can-
mber, soon after the election, non. the one crossing the other, is beauti-
L-gislature of, dearly esiablisl.irg the service for j ullJ carved on the obtlbk. H it. L'rn.J
t, aft'-r 1 .iL-h they were temporarily employed. 1
lhe-e abuses bad to be authorized by tbe I Habits of I'besooit, iui Histuh ian. Havana, per Krccl eieamihip 1 roncois 1st,
FuU THE M'llTtt CARfH.INA WHIii
The L"gisl i.r.
0'ir 'i r-e, t'ie
this f"wii j-.;.riie ! ci. Tiiur-
l .session of al out 95 divs We have given
B3 r. pert of its proceed. 1 g liiii
tenJIsg to give the eap;:ou of tl.e Law j diteetly rcpoositlc for thctn
p is', d in full, so that our readers may sec -.. -
!i3t ba.s be-n done. O;, the last night of
tbe s -si in. ti;- Senate was the theatre of a
cry disgrae. f j! scene. Tl.e interruption
wai caused u'jii tbe question of receiving
and reaili'ig a couiiiiutiien
io r':p'y to il.e r
j .-int coiuti'ltt-e t
lb sff.irs of iLi
tb? Miuiiir.l repor
t".oit.Me'r '1 uroe
of J ohm ton, for he
is true, th-ir e
Our I'.. g:-t'-r A
u. w give t ii rfi fjre t!
cf tbe effair :
On Weui.esdat Light the Lu-ine
inst., aud Havana Vn the evening rf the fath
e are indebtii lo H. J. Uullay, Ksq ,
for pap-rs aud tht following intelligence :
1 he rhiL.lel. tla landed 15(1 passengers j
at Havana, aud )rings 01 passengers aud
a full cargo to tbl port
U.S. uiail steiu.-hip Granada, left Ha-;
vana for Aspinw 00 the eib inst. j
A cargo of r3tir Coolies bad arrived at '
k IS cr.tarv of the Navy, and Le is therefore ' M . k Histor.- , e. days irom .J.cau LPe Good Hope.
i.i 1 it-iu.ii. ivu.g ui uiuiui.iA v-ui- (. ....;- u. lut .mup
lege, read a scrj.-s of resolutions iu regard took place on tlx 5th, before the Captain
to the death of William H. I'rescott. Hon. General of Cuba tad many thou.auds of .'he ca-e
George I5ai:cr ft uiado au eloquent address spectators, mnsj band-cd of w bom were Hi.lse The po-tal rummittce repurltd
upon the life and character of Mr. Freacolt, I Aaiericans. Stoek of sugir ou hand Oj,imi() a lid coin', rring iliscreiiunary poweijon the
iu tl.e course of which he aaiJ : ( box. ' , I'oMmaswr Geueral, in making malleoli-
"His habits were methodically exact;. The report of the committee on foreign tracts, which u pts-ed
retiring earlv and ever at the same hour ke , rclat. ' --oate.-.- isvur r u.. . 1I. occ. -Ml rvt or'e d re
posou 10 rai-.ng me present larrm, as t,e,ng I110tl)ing several shots were 6red at h-r be-
Messrs. Lane aud Smith, Stnator from
the nevt State of Oregon, were saorn in.
The former diew the short term, and the
latter the long
The ease of the li diana S- t...tors w as
debated seveia! hours. ,
Mr. Fugh, of Ohio, moved that the pre
sent action of the Senate be finil, which
a as adopted Ly a rote of !) to 1-7.
The Judiciary Committee was then die
charged ftom the further cou-idcraiiou of
bun 1 he Kiuptror bolo'iue m said in ii
lore she went liown. I heard it said by mwensi ly neli, lu Wealth is e-li:i.itri ,1
some of the crew of the Viper that she was i.""",m 1 banked io INirope. lie hi. 0,,
biirnrd because they bad no men to send j ar.U I otie hundred bouses, nm... t. jf
a ay in her, and that they had orders to j II ay ti At ihe breaking out .f li.e li, 1,1 ,.
burn cue out of every three veMfls takeu. 1 'iou, be bad at the pa'act X'f't.HL'U ia;. ;
We got under way in the afternoon, and ! and two million cf paper dollar-; n. n
were landed on the beach al Kabanala. If . per money be had to leave, wlncti th.
the incMies .d not r.'Ui in, I don't . uiiided among themselves, and a gii.i
know bow we could Lave lived. I told the ( f gold was found iu the Finer. -
Knglish cfiicer tLat I was an A ineticao i I'riueesa' rooms iLe, oiub toj'a 11 1
citia. n. j has a large amount of money and vs. a
This statement was made on board the : ith hiin. The Kinp'-ror i sceoup i'n-
inceunes, in f re-etirc of her officers.
I nmmuntltr Ti'l-m la iht I lau.ifi ikt l i;nr.
U. S. Smi' ViNctNNrs, Oct. 22, 1 Ji.
ir: I have lo ask that yon wilt do me
lb; favor lo furnish fact in relation to ihe
.'I . I etion rauleit, who Is a gut
I'.-tion, one of the former l'resi.loi
I Kmperor r-1) n sted bim to acco f.i
and Geueral Gcffraid kiudly aee -e
! la ror
I In ...... 1 .t. .
lion oft; r. l-b l ..,... d rt t..,.:;.,-,, m.-j.- .tnHf, t0fS esrj s!i-.e j Winter acd iu Summer p"". y-" feas excite- , " y " "7 " ' ; "i.i. e'jiur. aim aesirurii.i. vj u.t . iourin, .ll(.n , (t ,hu D,)r,
,rr - it en 1 -. r. . mi-nr-.irt tn.0111 i.i 1 ito u r on. - . . . . , - . . ,1 k. .j njd In Via luatii'T.te , " - - petore win iroop ior r.ng and n, I
port of a maj .ii.y of a ! e lc ,.r ,y .p- u c, a w w.,.te j instantly, though .0 the .oJ P. . ; -, Afr.e t l l j;r. ,v , o( Mi,foirif M l0 ' woui-1 bee .ou.h.ard of K.h la. I tai(t.,J t yti. some dya r, t , ,
' Jwim Vixllir. ! the first note of bit alarm tell; never viv-me n eriu t iiaist.a. j ne uoveru- , . 11. , on the f..lloine noiiits -ask iuforiuai o t 1 .t . i- "i-U"i .1
I pointed to examine into . ,r ... a . . . . ! iMllbUM l0 UsMtude or delay. To meut official succeed in cap.uitng ...troouee a till e.tecdmg . he tune ,,f fa, - Ld h. n ,r,e.,? I on hnt"i ' "l"'""- .
ircrpoiation We have ; ,tftf (,, batk, doc cot fi.d j the hours w. , be g.ve to his F u-it, be o them, m , r.rXd l'. oV '.Vi VZ h 5-r bo.,; ' U,e Km;,;;
t 01 ine .il..if, aai .t ,,..br. v. ty tr.any lasr -Ji.nj pt. w ncre . y r. ...... ;.' . , -,h ' , hole Feunsylvai i delegation r..ii..g in ,b v""'"-' tier papeialounoeorr.et: j !,.:;: '"'ft no, ,r .1,, ,-
,. 1 1 tl f.i Lis J. i.lit to dwe.l and around light v suffering them to be interlered with ; " - ".o. ,, , ,. ... 'il.n.LU il... n..iican fit aa ' ' ,, , 7 ". t, , . . '" '
r of Orange, ana Laeh , t nou.l.t.s utligb. to o we.i. ai.u aroubo e f . . .i- ...... Iriut. ad.ieei b il ft, In.t.r.i r ..'tirsmre. 1 he Kepublictis and Americans . -""''. i u. .AU.tncan nig waj a...v , Hjroo bem er. S.-cf? ' ' t o. f-, s.
oatr.ge. If it, report , 'i ":V.rf..?T:Z iu. was toe wr t.en : nU .sing his o. 0-. : j.Uo voted i ,he negatiie. This i.eon.i- ' On ,h8 landing of the paf of Stat,
-iuet wi.s ie,) ...scorns .. bri.,,jt ' eyes sparingly for reading ; now writing by ! The political p.wt principally concerns ; OejeU inUieatiw. ot a con.timd . mrt to ' n " excuement prevailed in lowi.Mie tt,u,
,rdv f.i',.,1 to read, ' t 3 l 1 7 l,L ,d of simnlc machVery devi-ed for the great queioMof the day, the purchase ; -"f- modification of a lai iff.soas to pr0. .' haul. i down ? ... among ihe liaylian n fugers c j .'xuiir'i
.Urday lai.ed to nacn y,A instead of tl.e dar one-, bow few;'" eta ot simple macnii.ery uevi.e.i lor is H ,J ,. - - .'. , dur-e a revenue sufficient 10 cancel the ex- I k th"se ae-tion beeiu-c I have in- 1 y.,i '., , .1 .1 , , ,
naar.i s Ver;-: ju i liet-:
vw.o wou.-i Di.u reB-ou to com
I'c bad be-.-u dreary.
j ot- ire to tne memory
n:e was mt- rrtipteu, ana tue stn.-e 01
iii-iyof S- utor and others w.ibsek -
r-1 at the Oa-i- is 10 the traveler acro'S the
those who are in darKtios : now iiassiu'
time in thoughtfully revolving his great ' i?oroulj rcMwoJ the 3tib uit. The oc-th-
me. " ca.-iou was thereftipt of the debate iu the
For this reason, at the period of his iife pauisb v,liamnrn. on n.e in, inst , ana in
i bv the eitravrdiriarv eou'icct ci Mr.
Turner of Ori,g, and Mi L??ct of Jo!:r.-;
st 01. Tliis iiiti ri -i lion took place upon the '
eg ne lion of reciviiig and reading a com
liuuica'.ou of I'bartf V Fi-L. r. K q , Pre- i
side at of the North Carolina Railroad, in
rep:y to the II p?rt of a majority rf a joint
couiu.it'.rc sppoiu.ei toiXatn.De into the nf
faiis of that coi p 01 alior. ; but L excite
meat is' inot i;.t. while the doeuu '-nt -leitg
rtad, Mr Ltaeb springing to ii i f.et
and ;eakitig vi .li nily and f j r iou -ly agslu-t
tit f..ni...r re .ii.g and Mr.TuiD.-r, against
ml ta.t' of C coruu. and order, ei.courbg
ing Mr. L by vjlee ard ge.ti-.e lo pre severe
in his "0-ir- ."nrh . amativir wt-re heard
lroic Mr Tor-:-r: Co on Jjfu.-' r -'.'
s i4f, Ij'i'k'iiop the r'-t..5, .'.
i: is 'in it '1' i? o tlii Sti'ntr ' i'op j',
Ja-i"'i.''' Mr Turner wa- called tooid r
It Mr. A-le. Mr. Martin, and other, and
tl.e Isireii-.i i.o.'d that be le taktti iu:o
r-j-to.' ly ti.e Jnrke-p'-r. Mr. Turn'r
ro-:- an.-! d'Ced (tie Speaker an 1 ll.e Sebnte
to Lake Lun itito euto Jy. u in the f Xf res
s: lu : a viol' nt and tr.fi nun. at s'y charae
t r. T myieji was not .ti-sstd, at.d sft.jt
a wtl'f order wt rf-ito:-d.
G.-eat I'-sett of Af-iea It km. to linger ' hen he rede mucS on horse-tack-and he "cent report jft.e committee of f,rc.gi.
-.here beca-i-e it i, refr..-hed. And espe- i ... excellent and f-arlcsa rider-if " Tl V--
cia ly so whet, there arc i !i -i-rings of his Hce and his habit to go out alone 5 'bed 1U full, the la U r only in a brn-f a.,a-
i.-ting d. 1 1 of the country. The sulj-ct of
thj tariff w as di-cussed until adjournment
lebiu-.ry 1 .
In the S -i at-, the tuhan q n stii, K a
del ated Mr ( ritturl.-n "f K. ntucky, fa
vored its arqui-ition, tut thought that the
.1.. Ivsis and accoimoanLsl with ridicule of its ' pr-ciit time was ut.propitiou. In the lions ,
-' ... j . ' ... 1 t... , .1... I,..i..... l.;n
1 s"'s"''t. ,om, It t. believed meditated
: his person ; but Wc shoulJ Le so'
p.easure there wbieb by l tie j.iu 1 t.s-y c. lite ..... .u ;',,.,,!' lM, Th ci.l -hr,.e. ,,f the Indian Apr.r priaiion bill was .li-eu--, d
lies, we bate teen torccd to to sure inst, wnu ry mniseii, n:s iiuin -e- . , p . .,,',, .1 ,i , f, ,
out work for tl.e r-t of the iaw.ew.ucaa " '-py ! - ; - j-
again renuewca win considerable bitterness omcia.. si cnuiir.an n.-.o i.e. n inri.
., ' , ., ... . L 1 1I.1 i: v.. .n-,,ii ..a ..;u nn. agaiust us, ana Be assurance reiterated j"""'" piu-nuie n.e si. 111:1. s 1
p.s,,i.glbroULU.Uem,.be, nave been p.s,e . ...... .s, ..7.. .!. 1.1 ....I ..isLeve, I.- fr. energy. Sneoi.l counsel have h
i, l its tici.-iiud
leave behind us. Tht-e may not bavebeen was ehapin
s-fficivct'i t'ii-1. at the tiLte. when we were j day. Iu ibis way, systematic io his mode
7,:..u:; ot7,ur: iJzzj wi;: " " tyi' arc f,,r:it out
piilvJ tin in more, that I leasurt miB!it have wit n ptacto calmness, courageously ir.u.pien - r--- ;- - -- - t
the fir-t place among his ecuntry
the Li-,toric instructor of mankind."
i Two Weeks Ltua nidM I'aiiaocav
Who 18 He? The Washington eorre- The Confcdcracion gt.-t the following news : Jn t))(
spondent of the Ntw York Keening Post.; Ou Sunday, at V 0 clock in the cvei.ing, 1 de,i;,(.,,
in speaking of tlie lobby influence at ash- me siea.nc. s n.r.v. u. anitu nan j jf (1
ington, sav : " It is unders
V. t.it wili our Fdiriifirn buy?
It ll.e House of I'uiun.oti" cu the
in-tsnt, Mr Let. bury ciier-d the
t so'vi'.''i, :
And whi.e we gaX'On these bright spots,
one I righter tbau the r-t. like the moon
among tLe stars, attracts the mind's eye,
and by its sc;t and mellow light, by its su
perior biightuess, absorbs almost all our
thought; e giie. upon it, we diink in its
love iii.ss until li e heart swells with pleas
ure in tne contemplation, and the sou! long
t again rai;x the pleasures of the past.
! it a .y w on dt r then, that Lot's w ife lovked
back upon tL-. doouieu city? th':re sha Lad
pas-ed through many tc-um of plea-ure
la it strange that the children of l-rael
iong.-d lo return tj the fie.ib-pots ot Fgypt.'
t.iey renumbered the pleasure" only, and
ere nnmincful of the burdens tli-.y Lad
L.it.c tL'. re. Uot we should itaiu a icasot,
ftom lur-s, aud wt.de we rem-rntcr wim . , ..,,, ,, . , ra.d ;.!, rtfard to th.. i. ,.., I ; ,
pea-ure the f-S , w should not be so larcar- , , 1 , . . ... , . , Mri, ,.,1. ' ,
' . 1 ' ... .reckoned a rub man, and Ins salary is only , Mr 'v-,e 1
,.ed away , to r.pibe at our pr--bt to nmmn ,f tmsh- j The Srmau.rio d.f,ie, long and ardent
snd tnough we may s.h for re-umon with , . 1 ,icle, w ,ie ,ubj..f, which lo so high a
!,is, tru-tiog to au Al.-lsc lrovKict.ee, ' ' r,r..:,t,." ,i. a,i . dsgree occupies the vernmem of the i-oon-
m nitr'fiiri-'o. "i iueo uriicles.
cerlain all th
A-.rr ,..).., rr.i .,J .;.i p.jsed narcnase, e obi y be considered as a 1,JI'"" ''
nauoua. .usui. v... ...v w-.-t-.
the execution of summary justice o-sii:-t and f;om information from the l'n- 1 fgvor r,f v; ,ou,,,
formation that tbe K
ly the Viper.
I aiu respectfully, ycir obedient servant.
I. I Hll I FN, Commander.
To ihe Commander H. 15. M Steamer Yip. r.
HM'I.Y OK THE If MMAM ril I I THE VllMl
St Pai 1. 1.1 Ij-asno, II. li M ,.imr, V.f.
rsi.niuy, t). I ,lr '.'3. Is...
Sir ; I have the honor In acknowledge
the receipt of tour let'i-r, dated the g'.'J
I October, teU.ite lo the capture 1 f a trigau-
neui-l , . . . 6 1 over thia Is and. and save us fi.uu ti;
tlircc categorical fiuesliona. I , ' ...
1 1 ror of a war of rse, w Lich appear
y.a-llad the vcs.i the American Big , lir ,.sii.,y of these I.iar.d. l..n
fl "'- 'he "- "h- sited by Hie! ftvpr, t briti-i-ttrra .
I. '.'-. ' Answer She had the American flag 1 1 I... bin, W .. t I ro 1, .n
thst any of then, would n.l,:, lU r
bess cf that rrfuge to which, il. ll.e I1-l.e-(I,
lliey hem.e i its had to k j--tiotl
Whitetrr Sido'iij ie mi' 1,1 base t.
in hi own rountry, and whatever r,i
exded eountrymeii might hae lo f..l'
asperated at him, he is now under tl." f
t.clionof ihe ltrin.h flg, which. i '
blessing of l.od. we Irusl will n r i't
j'le, a nuy
February IS 1
Cuban qie-tiou was
price nt a-,- ie fieauiri i uiimhuui, miii",, which nan 1 .1 11 .1 a 1. . t .
euce at via.-u- 1 In the Mouse, the Arizona, Pacctab and
stood that one J'1"' ro" "resting trip lo tbe , J(.ff,.f -j , rnl0, la, ,;.-. ,re ,,,,,, T,.
rds to py, all Uraaihan district .uated aiong the Fara- : A :,.,,,, (..; 4 d ,,'
ho occupies a gu,y river, after bvmg stopped a, tbc porta n.sj.rit. . it, ,, , ,;,
or,t. That of- of tbe O.-l.tbortni republic. Fre.-idebl wi.l a.-to it.
.1... ..ovcrnmeni, uaiea tne rltl ,a g.-a l . tUJ. mou.iratmiia thet ma t
July last, there wa. every just cause to be u( ,,. ru,bl.j ju .Uu-aiids .i
lieve that 10 tins case a fraudulent use of j Mr(.tl4 to gain a m -I.t of hi.n-.o
the fla was being made, and that the vea- j , plr,jr ,,.cort of ,(. .,;ir,, ,
steamship company alone afford
tue expenses of an cffici.il
hi'-h rosition in this covernrnTit.
fn ial lives in the most eitravagant style ' Sho gives a dwouraging de.ertp'ion cf
He keeps oten houe. rides in his private )w fUXe ot c-l.uaiion of ll.e j.jpu
.' . .'. . :..i.i. Mi-i:
carriage with liveried (errant, na Ms pri- 11 '-...".....fc ...... s.. lul u. d
te box at the theatre, attends all levee. ' regarna J -rauay. warnxe prepara- jh U
and gives the most eipen-ive dinner and lions for resisting ill arme-d r.-cj .matioi,. rf , wjj (,
levees ninisfcit. 111s expeiren .i me iii - . ,. . ' '
,.,.; r,f Crvress .re e-tlrnated at ahn.it a--erled that public nirit shows Hseif rather
I was engaged iu the Slave trade; conse
quently she was riitcd.
Xfiii'l If Iter papers were correct'
Answer In my opinion they were incor
rect some of them undoubtedly so.
7irr-If the AmerTiti riaj was stiil
living when the vca-ei a hatches Were opened
Ihe flag and papers weie llirowu into lLa
the hi I legulatin- po.,- . "! ",e H..oul even a sugges. L1,.ed 0v-r.
I the Ar.uy Appiepriat,;,. r- j Tbe we.,I,r ha I ge,
"cu'5'0" I ..-I ,v , s-V .s 1 ll.e i-Und ; but we r.
1 Li.Mitelia.it and Commander.
A VrvElt iP.l.E M.yt On the eveniog of' T Com II. I. Totteu, IJ. fj. ship Vincenbcs
riiur-.lay last, the i!7th of Januart. the! T,i i!,i. Ii.nr .n.!.f 1' 1...1
was uiisalisl.etor y. as 11 made
In tin- Senate, ll.e Consuls' lhploitiatie
I. we., r l 11 ui.
sweieri. I.. i k,i, r.i.'.w.r. n. r. ..,.
ausli (wrii'.n .mi. U n,..;u-t, ... . tl. .1.
vi.a r. .
Mr. lbbury anid There is ivery pros
pect of tl.e bid now before Ccng'esa h. c jin
it. ' a la of the land, and if becomes th
uf the .-'.ate to il'-eide wh'th.r il wi 1
1 of the same or not It i fnr th
Le 1.. lit of tl.'- fsrtniiig interest of the Stat-,
am. Ill git ... on r i wi owing int. re'l ol tn.
Cur. ii ..!. . '.11.. Tb re i. not amii.ii.er
j res,. nt i, , ii , "
sent l,i ie !., t t
(Ian aru i,.. r
eepl thai w ..'.,!. j.frtv'y
i tsl tjovei mi,. 1 t fr li,'
UtitUelits '. II - i -i t
disM'bting Vo. e upm ti
who stjied tl etn-eive-l.ot
doult. WOU-d be 1
J t'HO( 1 ct.e I '.".of a
sb'i r. Bi' u tern g that ail things work to
giiber f.r good 10 thctn that fear the Foid,
wc should take courage, Bi,d t-oiifj -U-blly go
Ob oor journey, "ioukn:g," for support, "un
to Ji--u- ti.e aut!,or aLd fini.h'.r of cur
f..i'h." ,s'..- mote 1' ie.
vrul financial r.ower which all the con.na. try
bi.s on sea and land can throw into this ' hich, il is tclicvedare d.-rivulfrg.,, olli
city to impede the progress of any ccono- ' ciil source, do bolteui to reveal a peace
mica! le-islation."' I disposition, but is asserted that the
c ; ' se'tkiucnt of thatuestiuii wi.l uk-j place
Ly way ol d plom.lc intui . ention.
sidebt 1 h.y t-.u'.i
receiving tbe t'p'
bl-ih a--.ihe.rii I f :
that the eh . . - n of
w ho eu'd not otiiei
I'kKMhMTI. N The NewbefL F
sbeakibg o! the burning cf ll.e 1"
V.r'h Carolina. par tit .iara
I t. ly pahlisbed; says.
"Strang ho sometime, aoiue persons
are warn, i, they know not bow or by what
s.'.i. ey. that hup.-ndibg riartgr is threat
in.i g Mr l.',aj ton intorm ua that his wife
p" rt Lt, w 1,0 w a bflt f. tiing rstber uneasy and teliesing as she
s.v.-'y the farmer ; t.id that sou.' thing Ui-a-trous was to hap
pen, arose: from i.er Lertu si'nout 1 ociocs,
eii! y one Lour b. f jre the alarm cf Ere
ghcu, ab'l dre'sed herself, putting on tv.-ry
thing, even her hat. So when the alarm
was given rLe entered the suiali boat in full
dress, Lc'tig ti e only lady w bo a dresnfl,
mo t of l hem enteung the small boaU w.tL
i, oibiLg ci, tut tisiiir b.hl eioli.es. "
full of life.
H Hl-e tefu-e to ac
oC . d Ly the Gtn
',. i.. ill -A liis con
ii' wou.-J not lea
.- , i' -t u Those
I'.n.r,,,..,,, j,' o.d
d to ..pp -,t a
no llen,'.-taii(j l'r,..
Salt The first salt works in the United .
i. States for producing salt from sea water , (,ecn bar.tiz-d andMuncbed ; her name i
were ea'ahlished at Cape Charles, y irgiuia, n; ., i,rfl.,.,il,nr il,.. ;r
-ren' 1110,1. .,.,1 ik.... ..,..- r..i 1 . .. r '. . ' " "
, i .1.1 j 0t i're,ii!,..t i.one.
e .reamer j lowed by others on the Atlantic- coat the,
w hich wcre ; whole line of which is favorable lo the pro- . J ,,
! .luetic,, of salt by solar evaporation, cspe 1 , A fcTERAN .tflTOB Gone -Ku-m z-r
tiaiiy in Florida. I hen the salt spr inga of "v juu.". - ..,i.l i.-
the interior are very numerous, the first North fclar, died I that town ou Monday,
; : .- i- i.:-.-. January 31. at thtiuvaneed ag..- of li.htv.
mcbced bv while 'men ucaSvraeuse. in''0 years. Mr. jaoi. was bom at Maus-' ju-t hepiif
I7s- long before, however, Ouondaga salt' fi1,1- ;t . '" d apprenticeship in
was used by the Delaware Indian." 1 ht ' Ihe lpy Office, wire he remained ay.-ur
J'birp Cooltney, (.,iie of the oldet th
m. 11,!.. rsof the Methodi-i Kpi-copal Church,: mention nf the burning of'the brig without
houth, and one of the mo-t este.-med ciii leg .1 investigation.
o. ........ 1. J.ri, .j,iii j 1 li weuiocK a Lap- I oiniuaiider llodkiuton ej.,ii,ed by ref. r-
py pair, making fourteen hundr-d DtH lingthn American ofiicer In ihe li,iii,l, Ad-
ty two co.iple.or yig-l p,.r., he has miral ir. c iinmai.d of the station ; (rid tlii
p. rlori,."d the marr.agu ceremony for since , close, the correspondence as reputed to ihe
A r.,,err,l. at Paraguay has M "ZUiZ ' ' '
ur.t couple ever married by this minis- 1
now living. I his nous nan iarch i '
employed to lie. p c- Hie 1
11 limp. ... r and patty wc
I h.-ir lo.lgi.igs.
A Te H.-uii, was channel at ' '''
Ili.iii 'U Catholic Ch.p. I, on M '"
liing, by leq lest of the Haitian r
tl.ai.k-giviug to God for the so.i--n
r iu which thu troulas of 11
ret to 's
di-lrietj) the fevers y rt: s ail.
'I he Trent, wiih the ma.i-, Ac
al six o'clock, A. M , to morro.
Knam. I'liArrt. a r.R Pull AM, r,lM
A young gentleman on Satunlay sfo"' 11
-11.... ... .1 ...... l I'i.,.- sir. .-t."""
s-ked for a pair of French b.t. ''
French boot., wcie hsrid.d " '
gentleman tried on French Lo"t
done so, young gentleman rriiisrs'.
ihe thiiiL' : what's thu price!" .
u.,. . . i.. .. 1 liars, sir. was ine reniy.
a -i.un, 1 ne .sew lora . .' " ...
now in his eightieth year, but active and , ' rihune nonce a new institution for femal... ! " Juu" s.1""'
I'll take l!i-
mysteriously combined corset and, . , ,1 . ,1-,-ui"
Lu.tle, and skirt supnoi ter, all iu one i-iec. i ".',0 V10 'tor;.. aU!' '"forluj, '..., ,,,.
4V , Uhe invention of au ingenious Frenehii.au ! 'T " " , ' , IJ..
A N fci iiin k l.E ton the I.AIHE.S In-1 in this country, f,r which a patent w 'ruck, rushes to the re-eu. . .f
,igci,ee 1 "on the wing ' that a i.nitnthas eranted last -.e, W Ii i. . .. :,u. 'he garret (teps, Slid finds h u is
La-noe r,rM,,...,.t;,.n l.;,.. i. n;.. 1 1 M.oeuiak-r tetum lo simp -
ippi produce sail in abundance.
no strcpies ,-.o,t
L'.it, havit.g SU'ii
11. it wa. cfl-r-tt
Utor down ta-t thinks children
are becoming popular with older per
a year or two in tl otli'-e ot the then (lis-
1 tingoished printersnd poliiieiau, Soi'.i...,u
1 .Vnuthwick. nf Alinv. and ni.aliv s..ial..
.V.ni' E to Si.Avrnoi.j-r.in. A bill pvs- ,i.i.i vrlh ,. H,,i;i,. , 1
1 the Michigan House of it.-pi e ... nt,ti ves here h. remainedo the beriod of his ,1,. ,1 i,'
ou uit mt. insiiin, au.ei.ning sect, 011 Her,- te wa, ahrotheto the celehtaii.d fien
ly f.ve of chapter F03 cf the lie vised St. p;iton! ,hoe eiflit" in tb war of Tripoli
int. ", so a-to tuni-h ii.r p- r-on bringing ... .i i,.nml , I."..,, f.
colored person Into Ui elate, clai
d at Wi
hinc"ton, to a Ne
v...t -1.- t--:- .' j ... : 11 " " " "' ! i- ...-. h..I tlis;-t
(tr,,,.,,, ..,, ,,,-Tiiig mane petticoats' si. B. wnh wha etor.e f.r a l.n.iU T..; empty. oung g. u., v... . - .;,,,-,
auu wun uiiii mai run 1
I,. r... .. . hi stu-lv. has stalled nn an (.r,flr,.l .. 1 . 1 i- .
rks of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio. or l fb r the Ijiiratioo ol his lime of "' .' " " '" - ciap-ive variety, comfortable to wear, and looks teller out-
Viroit.ia. I.linoi.. Arkat.aaa. Miehi -ar. so.d . appreuliceship. lifasaitcrwar.l.empioy.-d
a;,.ir toe wo,,,, ,,. , made of wlate com. a porrion of ll,e figure, and give, the - Kip, of Su Fr.nci-eo.
' . ' -..w.. 11 ii.v wearer n.s ariv. 1 1, i iei,.i,i .i, ,i.. i i ri . 1....1,,. was wn.."--
'" , ,, , . ', , , ' r,ll"'cu, trial siraps complete the garment
foil shut of forty hoops ( ; ) possessing -J L
ail Hie essei,!;,, ci eliislieitv. fill ., n,,-l
'railing, and the horse .topping
'plank, became freightct.cd, t.-e.-a
ledge, reared up. and fell V,!
the side, a dis.t.tiee of t"lv,! ,,
as a siave, by imprisonuieut not exc-ediug i',.,,..,pu.h,i,I cireh and
u noa aday., as be bs eeo (eeerii j ten year, or by a Sue not ttceedii -g one , ,,d 0ic,:,.t mt U'ffuf.
t'.. 1 r-.-Lt bt .u-irt,..! i in tie
d ferret gnl esnec chasing- lcsy ic the f.rec'a. 1 ttousand dollar
TJ'lttu "r'C,H "V ""'n' ' '.ef impecor. in a report ,0 iov. tt "e
.1.,..' . , I 1 ". 1 t. . . . , r"'":-""g iue oysi.-r iraie, e. lunate, th.t water, which was tour
:.i;..J ' . ... . "'me . ., ju.eu lliei wuit t awe 11 from the WaleM of Vir. hishnn durint. the struggle in t"
w. w o,.!,,- ' j , ' . me wearer the .gree-1 gli,i during tl.e bine monlhs ending wi,, kicked 111 ihu sido ty 'he l.'.r , .1
uter ,U,U) of fro XHUM ,,-,. J,.. than HfiUHJi LZu riously injur..!, ...J u-'tb ' -:
anitiid were prompt; rescue.