The New York herald ( December 17, 1854 )


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The New York herald
Uniform Title:
New York herald (New York, N.Y. : 1840)
Alternate Title:
New York daily herald
Physical Description:
81 v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
James Gordon Bennett
Place of Publication:
New York N.Y.
Publication Date:
daily[jan. 9, 1842-1920]
daily (except sunday)[ former 1840-jan. 8, 1842]


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Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
New York (State) -- New York   ( fast )
New York (State) -- New York County   ( fast )
Newspapers   ( fast )
Newspapers.   ( fast )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York -- New York


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Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 6, no. 1565 (Sept. 21, 1840) ; v. 6, no. 2 (Sept. 22, 1840)-v. 87, no. 153 (Jan. 31, 1920).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Sept. 22, 1840-Jan. 31, 1920 called also whole no. 1566-30,476.
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Publication date: 1840-1920

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University of Florida
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-- ALDJl AT AtlIONl'H.
e oodl, in Jots to suit tWe tadle al andir.du-sli J
A. A%"TWlIP &SUN, w 11 ell on Wcdnes laoj, 2oth,
at 10 clockk. at 21I Pearl street. Sn as-urtment of i jon
lIatel! ware. china-iea npd dinner stta, gliu an I rilt
"and, esie, cups and saturer i. andi other china v, ar
tiles, bohormlan and cut.itis.;, rich tea tr."6 ii.,'
knives and fortls in sets, rirli al,;er marhle '"-dl e irl
as folios, writing desks, cabinet, draft,i caid
eases, 1., &Ce. Catalogues on the morning or sa:e.
P b. NA&U, At'ClluNE..R, 110 BROAI'iVi,'..-
SMr,I: gage sale of Irn firni.ure. on Mnnd, IeNe.
18 ltt4, ht 11 o'clock .I I., In ibe rptuudi '.[ tluh,
T,,wrer in r.i:ly-thliird sin. l, I,.r sith a,-n.e., oir,,, i.
ing of i:on sofa., crock..r% hriiuri, ceuO li. ..',,
bars, %c tC..
.1, A IB. DC.NEI,, Art'y ron lor;...,'.
1?DWAiU F I. .t.iJUNNEER VaL R l0
-CF I N(K RIll sllaae .'-lCu.i. f i1n lay LAr I1,
-at 11 o'1.k., at the ralesr.u i. I- Call aLrt.-l, au (iit.tilt
a soiorlnm.l of furs, aL I pl,.1 i rigl tJ'jni.
DWAF1> 1 INJZlNi~n,| l '.'OI f:0A [*',W 1I0
Scl,.I- k will -Ell In t s .u ',n t\dinesdsy nat
1lhuoiday. 1isc'rml.. r '-", ,I .', . h i ,h-.c. 'it
tbesales loni,t 16 no.ailLr *r ...r G. IB. Pan-lollini'.
great Sels 1 mtarbl- I. r .'.. t.irs, tazzas, elegant
silvesl plau.d amie .pl-,n.. I .rtei aol English dredaiig
cases, Fra. h cT.r.." is .,, % c -lh grip.-, 'Ic.,
having JL.I art i .. h ..r' I go 'ds
in lerie s,,il. t, ,. and n ..1, a.- r .. .., V
LEtruscan, 'it. ii Gr ci, W-an, n I I: .. iu
%asec, in t-ir-lt o, ite ne., -. i merilti., ..I n .,i -.'
banter aisl -.ih-il Iagalte; i mt1 y M pl,' hid .:itr A
marble fetI. rlatima, ca(1 I : -ir'r. of lit aut rich
desig, n.i o erI dt.. Lau li6,t I ro,nt alhubi-lte, .iA'.i-1
ettes of Ai-s-as o1 Canova cis is di Ueiaici, ApoUlli,
Lsncing (Go L, tl (L.r va. k;rrck rl i',e Three Gia, e,.
also marl I.. bai.6et:, c&ae-] fn...itili, n-.I .lthai .,iii-
mintsl .sat'.rIl, 81-o an 0-. gant invoice of I't jn.Ih
Clocks, hrrfrit, go ups, taro r-eeiver., cOln.p.r .. ,
also a very richb saorirn.tit oil f0-uliait i rid Fi.'nl,i Ire.-
ing cases, ,s pleir mab-.'ie. oTn bho\e;, Iolinq, car-l r.-.-r,
ers, jowesi, atlds, ealiel3i, britmozes, inkstands, fans,
sets of S. P. forks, spoonei &c. Also a handsome in-
voice of S. P. tea and coffee acts, wait-.ra, teo"li,
tra and coilede urns, rats aid, car-I baikeli, &.. i'uc-
chasers cat, Lhvo their goods perled by Signor I'Va hl--
flni, at a minall charge, if dclitel.
L & Co.--On Tueslav, 12th. Friday, Mini, and
Tliradey, 21st of liecember at 10 o'clC:k, at ir'
exte 5ive warerooma Vi,. Jh. Horimnaman, Esq. L,,.
65 Halutun Lane, near WlU'ar str-et, the --ntie
tBlock of rich fancy gosi si- h.ilhily pcir,,,u
being the ccetire lmportation of ili abure wO-ill- Lawn
impor-ter, ipOeltli' ]y witheJrl r'>-e),)a.lsil{ :'.-
Rich ParlisLn bronzes, antique and niolito, of Ihb
moat recherche subjects auid dcoigni, ail nf wlii..h are
warranted: freanch porcelain, Lte a-tri, a-1 ,r-!.r
seta superbly decorated, or % various pattern.i, ermil,i iod
-rystel cabinets, jewel cacet., pen trays. ciil r:.- iv-
ea, an entirely new arlitlh, iu ine-ry varioly, ri:hl.v ,.r
namentel in arabuique a- i, li,, gents' anl I'-ij.-'
dresaing and writing ca,-e, itsu ilali ruewio,3', ort-
asented in lohl and raase.aie, pastlAn., whirr r.'r.I
s ilver fittirg.. aind cut glass, vlUai,-r.ttei.; en'bo:-i'ad LnO-
S rocco goods, compriaing thi rieiil.t description ni I t -.'
reticules gentsi' cresehig ca-ei, prctet couipanirnas,
n-cesaarlei, and other varilotis ol thq manurcl',,,u,
pearl ionlaid and silver mouoird j-wel csEkohl, ear-1 r.-
ceivers and bijouterriea of eiery deccripti')on, '.Las of
-every descriptions, criemprising I-i, sil;C and ornaumirn. I,
framed in pati.rl and ivory an., rlljy carve-., ,n all ilia
Iniest a5si.rtinnt ever oner,--i at auction in thiciitv,
toys, the large', and dnC6ta-ortmniu, comipri -in r i ty
variety of patlerns from tie ciicapeit to the moa' ,.) 'Ir
We tie atliention 0of h. pibli.: !'vi
those Inteading in purchaitse for tbij holi-lIsyi to th ib- 5',
Vs combining the Iargest an t1. t valuable n,-iori,, nt
ever offered at auction in L,,bs ci'y Every .Ariitle c-tiel
wil be -ilively sold 'ithoul revere-. Tiin?. cii, i.r
*all sumn i $10U and On-Ir; ovir ilh, tamt,:ni, 11o. ip-r
cent off. Coods on exshibition en Hoodmny, lllli ,ti..,.-L
SCatalogne. .n the morning or .ale.

WTI. !SON, AUCTIOEFrR.-FiPST C17 l3 1,i, .
J p hell furniture; splendliI r.enor-.i piiPo'., .
Ia ueli, rcrpets, mirrors, sketr"ar,, S- -T'ji .t.-rn ,
Mernday morduing, at 10,. o'clci., at 17i" Tfens f.,iittl
street, bit.ccn ucrtniu ant ltLiglih rihs ... lt.-"
and estnicifeasaorrtru't o0 fiartLLur.. cli,,,a aire. -.-I
gaot orn. ment, for NorYear', iOSaaucifd parlUi'll f-trI It'
in suils, cioitrE awlth eeipLi.,.,, it, Ln LI.rc t.l. I'j 1.
robewc,-d fisumrn; large oval ae r p i- gi.. .i
brocaterle rn-i la. i.rtuiin.. Ib Leap r c r.;:e., o-
painings. 'f,. nod centre t,.b:e, ,n ro" au'..l cil ;i, .L'.
gary, dinii ff and esienusion tabliies, dnir r.i n -.i I, an1
mahogany. -mLli covsra. c, a,. i-. -.,i-t. .I 1,.l1 '.li.rf- .
Uy LcdEte&I..,, buralus, &r'l ahr'.AIirtl.d l 'nil-7j; rs- .-
loiletle fetal, tcgesib-r willa a great va-eir r.fa chiaiawa.,
sdverr.uae. ciii.6tug oraLer-baskL.l, salr.-., tea or
vice, pi]oQn', iorLs, castora sw.t coat bottles, rich T.h
china ofnrcr a-ij t.a srts, cit[oLj,-n crocliry in bhi"IC-;il,
hla.-,warr in. hlioneJ irsir., t :. ., ilu _'L. b4. ...[:rin.
rors, r;qlb v i-lC-ia, b Is a ad beir-:dlit., Lair o i.
tre-u,, 1.l'9wT, boiliers, Fheets, blailaei., .i... sal.? r.l
Commence within the 'basement (drcuitLre Cn i rbe itar' ..
atl2o'lolck. Theplianoforte i.n or f th.- b,-'t cii
mente in tIc cit.-, sertn octave t.d al.y warrautv.I.
S19. at II o'clock A. M. and I o'clock P. M., at the
central &aL- rcomo, corner of \tltm,=hibv aso-I Pearl
itreol', Br. ulyn, alarge an.i 1er-y c.-i.:e -. lclt;on of
firs, I'rom ihe tfiloch ofj. H li[rlcy 31 J.-inho iret,
mauselat ,fi un.ler has own E-i.crv ,.on from li. own
imilortitioa, cip, for i: .;t] iLaI] traju. L,-lles
and gertl-men tot e[ ItL- l fo.r ibe are re-
apectfluUlly ivied, and wII fila- ilto interet t.. lt-
lend thie Bsle. lhe well e.a'lliihed r oi.faton c( the
manufacturer, and his warrantee tbhit every article
shall be equal to the description on ti Le calalogue, should
inspire the confidence of purchaseia, bIowervor ignorant
of furs, who wish to embrace the opportunity to supply
themElves at this sale, which is made to reduce a splon-
did stock rather too large for the hard times. The sleigh
robes will be sold at 2 o'clock. No further adver-
tisement. '
Stion of the great sale of 450 lots opposite C'rroll
Park, in the Tenthward, Brooklyn. Ihe sale 0t tihe
balance of the above lots will lo.,iierielase Ilcs on
Tuesday, Itecember 19, at 12 o'clock',at the Merchants'
r Exchange, Nocw York. The lots yet remaining are somo
ef the best and most desirable on the prf-Ctlr, b,.-ing
entire fronts on Bergen, eeor, Cairoll And Datchen
SPlaces; also, entire fronts on the ecnal. Streets are
f ayed, trees planted, and the lotl rculd.ic-l for buil IIog
Terms, 70 per centorn bond snJ-i m',rtgrisge, for a tr rj of
years, at 0 per cent. Maps are now re dy at the o-..!eb
of the auctioneer, No. 43 rult.n 6tt ti, r.sooklyn, anu-i
18 Nassau street, New York.
S avenue.) Brooklyn, will cause to be sold by auc-
tion, on Tnesed iy next, the 10th of December. Instant,
certain household furniture and effects, formerly be-
longinug to Alexander Macdonald, (Tragedian, &c.,) by
Virtue of an assignment made on the 25th of July last.

.J torincs, and cuffs, sleigh robes, &c.-On Mon-
day, at 10j o'clock, at 100 Nassau street,' near Ful-
ton, HENRY T. LEEDS, auctioneer, will sell as above,
all thoe stobk of furs, without reserve, consisting of vots
S of real Russian sable and ermineo, stone marten, chin-
chilla, mountain marten, Cinada sable, London lustorla
lynx, and French squirrel muffs, cuffs, and vlctoruincs.
Also a large and varied assortment of rich lined and:
trimmed sikigh robes, carriage cases, and lap robes.
Catalogur- o.7r cady. laaiej, .re ir Vitid toaltL.,! LL..
sale, as9 t ,"Mdirg mUiSit be etid. Sili raein or ,h na.
J. The undersigned' trustees will sell, at public auc-
Stion, en Tuesday, December 2S, 1854, at 12)l o'clock
P. M., In the Merchants' Exchange, in the city of New
Y" York, one oi the most valuabIle coal proportics m the
Cumberland coal fields of Maryland, consisting of what
is well known as the Jackson, Totten and Weaternport
]properties, lying contiguous, and containing about
seventeen hundred acres of land, all underlaid with cal.
Abouffoterteon hundred acres lnes fronting on Gcorge's
Creek, and directly on the liae of the. George's Creei-
B Urr,-d, r,,i f a ,ijtance c-f threes raLe., and pUl i,.l] ." n-
drlaai.- ws'^ tr, til"*io vein oni coal. 5ai ;,i: is..;
laid rilh aht .-:: tcest vein.
The- e'i..d,..l Iroot of thebs lands'rs c.,ry s. rb
(.f coral r'- liljl.s, sn-I makes Ith i-.oforan; tan iS-.t r.II-
n;l'1, tE Cuca'bLixud c'al uI!.j <, aa it ii's+LS tso
icing atnai,-i' inlos enty ',.-arate .;o-al pr-'.ieant| ". ThIe
big veiu it o1 tlb poreati c-,i in li.r, Gea:,J5' Crij.h ra-
gi-..I Ou tlh: J.Ltoson antd p.,E -'a I" lb..\Vesi-.:rrf..- a ,-.
-what are celc.t the .t"'usn .ila,'' ant, i-.d-tini i
I taci,,.nsviil'. Tb-hee minis bccn opens; nlu G.," .-
ftd Ior sbolt ona year. ihe imrrovoaentnta att atn ..
m-ines are all &in rompkl tle-dc r, wilh a c ipielt, is i n r
1000 tens i-. coaJ daily. The Vnllap.' -if JtcknvLl n aLit'. .
]belongs to ten Jacison Mines. o-nmpies forty
and Slfiy fr-t class mmuera' I.iaem,'nil, a largi. tore
hou LO und c'Jine, v.,lh all the i,.:c,'-.asiy railroad., tram
tea is, whel heueO.'s, load house., an o all other cc.- sea-
ry Gsture',-:,r ding a very ssliar .:ori buht.n.. The
at-ons cral linds ar wecU known '-in regarded am 'n. thb
sbet col lasde Ln thai region I'e- ons d-lrneloune 01 rr-'.
chasIng, can bf psiesflod by Inquoring at JacLioacille.
S The titles anc geod, and tbe uiro[,eciy (tn bo i.1 oat
1AI the min. cars, toe L, and minng iftur.'., n-a at
the Jackson. U;.int, wiUhberold, ath the Ija-Is, -al.i..h
V will e-na'lal the purchtsers to comumence iuei0nuiLo..
eneratle'. Tbe terms of sale will bhe a f,-illj- --
*1,100 oaso s on the day of asia; StO,000 April I, lc.
41(1.000 "June 1, 1855; $26,006 'pcl.mbser 1, I.I5,
350,000 AptU 1, lledtf: and th," balance In tw signal
ananal laSmsint iharerfrrm: all ihe del'erril parimnits
to bear an annual iotarast uo aix ptr cent (rota ti, '..y
ef sale, t, bL ,5curcd t, a lie On oLIe len-,L.

-trustees ef the Parker Vein Coal Company.

Thursday, Dec. 21, at 10 o'clock, at 87 Howard
street, all the genteel parlor, chamber and kitchen fur-
nlture contained in the above housp, consisting of
French plato pier and muaiel glasses, elegant tapestry
and other carpeta French bedsteads, iair mrttreneae
bedding, &c. particular hereafter.,

Mondny moinr.jg, at loi o'rl..c, a fe ihvoioes
0I new and eor d fuarnitur, *,ro.kervy, tiloi &o. J
Be.Idldnggi.e h-b. attention to thb sale o thoeeaold fnr-
nilue, ical oitlate, Ie. Office b59 Sixth avenue, be-
tiween Tldrt3 filth andl Thirty-sIlxlh a6VrLSta.
R daguerrotype eslaltlU.hmnc at auctiiIn om eIdnee-
day. MIee "', ut i Io'cie.l on U t. or,.r r ,I'.f i-'rs atnl
Soul ev,:ull'.t Wilinnmhurg, overr Lb IFarmrh'
ann Ci;uCrn' Pet!.. r plendedl loerntian The roam;i are
gorgeously furnished-velvet carpets, rosewood chairs,
marble top chairs, writing desks, show cases, &c.; with
over250 European and American portrait, including
Shaspeare'; Seven Ages, all richly framed, full sizgd
cameras, and everything in fine order for carrying on
the businessl with five years lease from May next, at a
low rent. lihe rooms can be examinedat any time pre-
vious to the sale, which will be peremptory, rain o-
shiner .
d'nlr": r' :-i ini t.haimlrr I'arni;ur, elegant rose-
*iul iin lort'. -I)n bul .Ly, at ll'', .'*\l"''.* i 72
F.idl.rh aen u,. r f ,i...w r frr.n, Ficurtce, in htri-.t R.
%. IWeit.:.tii il eiill by catalogue the e-irr elegant
rn,' "ol ,H[.31 t .b : i-rt,, freiturL o' itii- ir.o-, house.
IM. ,l:,t..ras ,.i o,--iJr, altending bi th ile hir.. assured
Lthait tLL b' % l, I t.i, be- s oiaillr a .,i lu i, ll. highest
bli- kr. riu ur lihi,, c. n-,ting ci r,,I Ip tr.', W1 itun
and otherroonr iJ "'.ir c' ll t.' .n--rt ad coi
garlly crvi.t rosewood pianoflorte, n,' rose-
A'L-.-1" pa llI ;I.Lt I;.l p, P. ,. rt !,, ,,l j, h. M. h do ,
Ir ni..l i i. ; lr, z r w : .ll. (,il 1.i,_a -;, wilth a m ost
uDn.qu. an' D l,'hoic.l- ,.!lrcltl"n i I ar.. inupoirtel man-
tel vases nrii .,, tei ,lri t'.-.eni. vr,,- cl r-.rnr,,.ij
clock, exi. i...r.i .l.', i ,i t i.( ,i '.i ,= i .,.e o.% ,
French ..I .ta, clt g -'t, &.re, &.r. ltbIh r, lrj Ii Ti
quantity of r.? d sn mai hsbganr t.hamt,.,. IrnLe,
A'ipj rhI- c o LI. r L .,l **, L.,i&i' rijilne I ',Ac. "]j>, I li- ',',.11
crJine(SB with II, Liltcrlipr, rirnilre n;. M t: o .'o. k
pt. cisely. CalJgii.e9 at ihosa A ddip -It .il[ b' re-
qre.'of e..iij .urchaser.
ehy, &c.. suitable for holida-y prunttr Williim
Irving&Co. will sell litt auction, on Tiunesday, December
19th, eat half past 10 o'clock, at Iieo sale rooms, 8 Pine
street, superb cluster diamond rings; diamond cear.ings
with pendants; diamond cluster breast pins; diamond
scarf pins, weighing from M to S31 carata each;' 11 stone
diamond Maltese crosses; diamond set bracelets, throe
stone diamond rings, &c.; together with an assortment
coi[ .1I, g'Init pI ,l, &'* ,J.-l.ry in sets and single.
oli I ,' ]I( gi.ld haiinipg levers, lepins and du-
plP ant.-'l, i clr" ' ,.aiches, by the best Eng-
Jhib Frsencl' In, '-i r, iah.r', ladies' elegant gold ena-
melled watches, set with diamonds; carbuncle nnd gold
'scent boxes; fob, vest and guard chain'; gold thimbles,
l.. I..:k.r, '.rt I. '- Every article warranted as re-

lu...n .t g..n-tleminen's furnishing goods fer holiday
isle; Specilnl to .unil-ioen and ladies' mekling
*.-rt. rpl. r-iil aiortiut: io shirts, gloves, scarfs,
era' ati, tlu.. Hilt nt in,'n- cambric handkerchiefs, un-.
derclothing ',Io;- r.Y rrbi ds detbamb[i, umbrellas, canes,
toilet articles., &..* atl .t reduced prices.
The assortment rf !sD-.7v lt,:'e i i..anns and robes, will
b,' scld n ;thout regard to cost, in order to close the stock
hv ?w.. Year. N. B.-Compleie aselrtment of men's
r.;i lsii, Paris kid gloves. LEWIS &,SECORD, up-town
glove depot and fashionable furnishings bazaar, 655
Broadway, Etuyvesant Institute.
l,'T .g .i..t Titt 1 m.-;i leo,; l," ia anticipation
o 'Li a..r, tr.F h.-l.lir., NO' ..Ir A[ L EXPECTING
'Ibl. I- rPEl1-T H.\PD i.LF-', lI. ii r.- okl- upon making
sEo ;:s....o.e r.lJrcH.:.-D Ui U) '. [rii.'e of i,: preoaeitmag-
nifi, isloiec. rf
I'.'t,, ru':oig 'in 'Iilrit Ib l'ib of Decambor-prorer-
r.o I ii- coi r .t i, celr i5ri over a largo stock to another
I. u. arli.-, ilbcafuil. di-irous of tmasing pur-
r. .... fr i .uIn.,i hlir. net 1n opportunity of select-
i- r.rn, l'. 1 i. i ;:." Sr.Ir most extensive stocks
;nr -tI.e ..y aIt -ecl.,rifed le ;na
PFesiil'ul e(-t. if. Sjl.1 it.In aIt. ........... I ', t. $20
Do. do. 5',. m'ttiiio.... ........ lii 22
Spl -i do. r.i-r' K tv.i ble........". !t,>60
i.j do. .r" t, I i-iJ kr.......... '% 100
Do. do. a-.. t.h ia.r .... ... . liiI11
lD. 4o. o Eiberiate squirrel............ 6 to -
IDo. do. (tnadian ',t:. ........ .. 10 i *13-
Do. do. fitch mar.o ................. 12 to 14
"* T 'i .'Q i iB5*; real i ...........5. to 41
'. chinelhilca ............... 22 .N :i8
D)o. do. kolhski...... .. ........... 0 t ,35
J ,i, re >1 I rmjrj, ,r 1 i r : I 7E *. r Iu.
i' .T III'. .. .. . .. 0 1O r S3
S 'ri, m. e n ;e .. ... .. .... L ) o N O
'** i_ l ,, .on',; r .j L.- ...... t. ,o, 175
LIk. I: 'F atn .- .... .. ..'' t S03
k" i ..-d and fine ladieO' cloth............ $'t and $12
9LcIip r do. do. ........... .eand 1t
o !.,.i'.l do. do. ........... 1i a1d 18
Very rich imported and embroidered d do..... 20 to '.5
Veovet cloaks (very best ILyons).......... 25 to O
Superb do. .......i.. anl 3 15
'iI;.ln': 1 dr. .' r, r i thebo eaason).. - :'8
.; r ,'t ... .... ... 1 and 18|
Do. moire antique................... 20 to 30
p. r:. .k-Ie'rrihr--l ii pr,; iUl. i., ..i a total clearance
..r prei E filoit l i E te.r,l .lu- prices areas fol-
lows :-
Excellent all wool broche square shawls.... $10 and $12
Do. do. long do ..... 15 and 16
u' rl.- &Luulo IlIJU e- uare i5h.w.... .. .. 12and 14
I,.. d I.,ai ........ 20 and 22
Li.n1niuc n' do t.r iiit ............. .... 5 r5 .d 0r '
A], c fl T,.r. ] ,7li: I-.: r r! -.. I" I -l,, : m,.I e h."%ir
t',..l_. e--'.--. a i.' rf'iiaa n-.:,'l.: '1." t .' b i ls, imported
01i the CCsUihn, 41.A ,at aA;lj iduetion.
A single inspection of the above named articles, and a.
comparison of thie quality and prices, is respectfully so-
licited. GEO. BULPIN, Proprietor of the
Paris Mantilla Emporium, 361 Broadway.
confectionery. The bubscribers having purchased in
Paris, for cash, a large a~sortmasut of the above articles,
now offer them for sale at Tery low prices.
THO'fPS0'O & EON. 851 Broadway.
H fiLi'IAY 'li-.i aNI- --? CHAkIUCi;., "-*, BRIO.\)
.i ay, o. t -O.a-nie sr.,t, hSs o.r.,.'i rii h. I',
days a new and extensive assortment of ladies' caps,
headdresses; infants, children's and ladies' wardrobes
and robos-dechumbre, in great -ariety and style, all
sold at prices to suit the times.

the attention of the public to his splendd and
new stock of jewelry, watches and diamonds at the low-
est prices. PIIILIP UMBACI,
S(Successor to David ailt),
No. 81t Broaidway
.n Corner of White street, up stairs.
Sand other singing birds, just imported, decidedly
the best oin this city, are now offered for sle att wholesale
and retail, at CHat. PEICHE & BIROTIIiS bird, cage and
seed store, 16 North William street, near Chatham,
cheaper than in any other store.
a and Ncw Years are closo at hand, and the seasons
,f;r -ifts h..4 ,;. **- i., the sunbcriber would recspect-
:ad-v r :..r ,n'i -.I i .-a-nCt stock of cloatks and furs to
'h'. '- *.it--,v t i r --..-e, e gifts in which both the use-
ful atd ornasnental are combined. aving a rico as-
sortment of velvet, satin and moirho nrique oects., ade
in the most lashionablc etyle and of ithe very best mate-
rial, Le thiniks he hazards nothing in sBaing they cannot
be excelled in auy of the larger establishments 1.ii 'a
ity. Among his furs may bo found the saLle, l.-,in'i,
I fne ncarten, fitch and mountain i"arten, nporled ex.
pres-ly for Ida establishment, and at prices to suit the
r r.; *I'.ir,',. ." ".. f rhe money mnark-t, and theomeans
c-i aii As trf., Writ:r stocic is fast disappearing, sod
prfpats-ttons being made for the Ppriang end Summer
tritdo, those desiring cloaks and furs teopId do wcell to
eall asd examine his goods quickly, at ida cloak and fnr
establiehmeutt. N'. 47 Canal etreat. Branid. i;.rs rl...' iiId-,
four doers frost'i froadwfay. WA. B. ly"1-.'. i .

ents.--UBSiD-ELL, I [r.-i;J & LAKE, 471 Broad-
way, will otter for sale on Monday, the 18th inst., a
beautiful as'ortaaent of silks, valencias and merino
plaids, printed cashmerco, de lti.I":'- fr-',.i anti roc,-,h
calicos; &c., reduced in pri.:o e-l~ri.-.l for h,.LJsl
f street+--Tho undersigned has just received from
e Enropean msnufaetnrera a leege and complete as-
sortment of the above goods, which he now offers' for
,alo at greatly reduced prices, to compete with any
ether importing house in Now York. Country dealers
will find It to their advantage to call. Fire per sent
allowed for cash. Remember the old stand, (established
In 1828). CHHt. QGOETI, (lato Haas & aoots), 18 Iliien
s treet. near Gh&Btlas siqsare,

ijLL aetqtnt her friends, and'Iadles of the city, that
in addition to the hat -and trimming business, she has
acquired a perfect kisowladge of the milliner trade,
wita Mime. Demorest'e system of cutting; and .lsaTving
secured the valuable services of Miss Ell~e fathers, an
accomplished milliner, will be able to "escsutc' orJers
entrusted to her care with celerity, an. ,o a sLjlu of
ql<,?.nc.: un"urpe-"cd.

become lessee of the St. George Hotel, 834 Broad-
way, has refitted and prepared it for the comfortable and
genteel entertainment of families, transient and per-
manent boarders. No pains will be spared to furnish
the guest and patrons of this house with as many home
comforts and accommnioataons as any hotel in New York,
and upou term suatedi tq the times.



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111 t. U,,. B JrooUk.tJ n u amllVn ,. w ut a lasrgeo ums-
ber of men, women and children, all wishing to be
prie4nt on the awful cccittion. During the day the
gallows upon which the criminal was to suffer the
severeat penalty of those law was erectedin the prison
yard, which was afterwards enclosed by an enclo-
sure about twenty feet high, constructed of pine
beards nailed close together, so as to prevent the
3e oei of the multitude from witnessing the death
stisuggles of the culprit. At sunset a guard of four
men was placed in and about the cell ot Bshnu,
to prevent the possibility of his escape' either by
stratigy or force. Night closed upon the watchers
and the guarded. MoiMng came, but nothing c.
curned. to render the vgilanco of the gua'd any
longer necessary, as Behan appeared reoonoiled to
his fate, and was as submissive to the will of the
keeper as could be expected.
At an early hour on the morning of the execution,
after having paialken of his breakfast as usual, the
culprit was visited by the Roy. Mr. McCarthy, who
held several hours intercourse with him-theo time
of the reverend gentleman being spent in prayer
with t.e doomed man who in a fe w hours wAs to ap.
pear before his Maker, there to answer for all tihe
sins he had committed during his brief stay on this
earth. The prisoner, after being closeted wite the
clerEoman for about three hours, was left alone ia
his cell for an hour or so. About this time he ap-
peared much cateworn ; hisl features wore haggardn.
and Mis eyes dull and senDen. About olavan o click
the- owd luncreased to about .two thousand, who
weie liCSted in such poitlor.a an would command a
view of Beban when conducted from bis cell to tha
yard ofexecution. All were in conivotsaion, ald
tie topic of all related to tbe character of the pri-
ocner, his conduct when captured, and hTs general
appearance throughout the long trial. In fact,
nothing o'ee was talked of for miles around the
court house. Some were laughing and jeatlogon
the occasion, while others, more sensible, kept a
quiet demeanor throughout the entire day, feeling
perfectly satisfied no doubt, thatthe laws of the
land would be vindicated full enough in th execu-
tion of the convicted murderer.
Ateleven o'clock the Suffolk Geard of Green-
port, one of the military companILes, dressed in
uniform, arrived in the train, and, marching to the
jail, were met by Sheriff Phillips, who posted
them around the execution yard to prevent tbhe
crowd en the outside from breaking down the
alight enclosure that obatructed thelr view of the
gallows. mDrawing themaelve up in military style,
this company performed an arduous task-that of
keeping back an excited crowd of over three thou-
sand persons, all of whom were quite anxious to'
obtain some chink or elevated platform, whereby a
view of zhe gallows might be bad; and many of
them, particularly boys of 17 or 18 years of age,
Werd very unwilling to be disturbed. hiosever, the
spae'around the fence both in the rear and front was,
after some expostulation and a little mnc. uvring,
oltered of the dense mass of people that a few mo-
tents previously had been swoying to and ifrolike
the sea wbeun agitated by the wind. As the hoar
drew nigh when Behan should expiate anl his
crimes, the ex..itemcnt inureaeaod with The c)a-
seLatly increasing assemblage, who were arriving In
thb vllse p to the last moment, from the ouentire
ielaed, or tty milesU around.
SAt 11 o'clock the hertfi, ttenldel by some 01f-
zero, en It4Be W Beia'B 'B.t after hltdieg some

Wlll1amsburg City News.
Yesterday mornhig about 12l te'clock, an encounter
toik place boltween four men on the Buashwick plank
road, near Bushwick avenue, in which Mr. Daniel Lys-
ter, Alderman elect for the Eighteenth ward, and a
young man named Hugh Meakin, were dreadfully cut
and stabbed by two men, supposed to be Germans. It
appears that Messrs. Lyster and Meakin wore on their
way to Coffee's Hotel, on the planri road; on turning the
corner from Bushwick avenue they accidentally ran
against two men, when Mr. Lyeter exclaimed, i-tallo I
who the devil are you?" Updn this the two men drew
dirk knives and assailed them inna furious manner, using
their knives to great effect. Alderman Lyater received
some eight or ten gashes about his head, neck and
shoulders, the most ecrioue of which p-a a estal under
the right arni, whieh, it is thloeght, will deprive him on
its use. Meakin was also badly etict about the faco and
neck, and, it -. .il.' l., i. r,.,. -l woundod, having
been stabbedti .,. rn, I.1 l hn,: Io was conveyed
to his reaidenr ,.a, '... ;k :a,.,.. where medical et-
tcndsnce was procured. The assailants succeeded in
eakinig their escape before assistance came up. It is
I,-" 'y ,rariO.,. L' rite Common Council of.the colh-
-.lliif-I clri, -l..- .il i mahe som e provision 'cr es-
,bhl .L-r.r a r-"'1 i: a.. in that vicinity, as robberies are
-.. f."e( ,alt'a..r[..c, ,and no pireson is safe fromas-
l the i hL a6 l .
llarlne (Coirt.
before H'n. Judge McCarthy.
l]re..lC.-In 11 -,. ( of Birdoall, a lawyer, against
Taylor, keeper of a saloon, und Ial cashier and waiter,
,, ... ,ll ." r. i-.'. .. 1 a -i .1,i since, the Court
,i;Jnsrttit nIi 'tL| pirc.nii s '- int 'costs.
Perrgosnl Isttrlllgenec.
ri.,'t ..,vrimU.i. In steamship Alabama-wmin Porter, Wm
I.,,. i L III.'..'. J Iocett, ItP V oorhie--12 in storage.
' I r Ir. I iT inu shipn Albert ( Galalin-Mr Currier,
l'llc i.lpt i. tInt c nroy, Nosw York.
For otthlmpliton and IIaTre, in th.e steamstlip Unio-
Sister Etnomla, Thomas Singleton, Charles Chattaway, E
zhisil mCr H Deaner, Joeph Sheldon, AFoo, Ii Morey, V
lerthe.UreX M Kapmis, A Weber, lIohu l'la F Geruko, G
.oiice, J Yollat,' BoRtic, Gaubert, A Paulus IFouele, John
Eishop,1Bornet, Hagon and servant, II. W. Glenoy, Mrs Suf-
ficiot, GI Detland, C HIemmerisch, Edward, Terrenes Koo-, I29.
For Charlsston, in the steamslhip'Sontherner,-De Chivers
lady and inftt UB Deery, AIi Chspit, John Peokner, 0
Swartnt, Goo S0ollungsworth, J M Seokel Jr, V Wellh,
C Carroll, BD Green and.lady, E Wesson, M IVells, J C
Whitmere, W H Blancehard, Jas .Liman. B Morgsn, P
'Ltir. J.u fri .. y J Ca,'y. Z Csr.)v, L M roy, and 67 ia
Frir artaiU[1, A-, [a I, ,i, t.srnT.l.ip Reauiou.t,-k Hoesn,
In Itlasm labaan F;:.r V. i L.iirtl'.Jt, J06 MalOnM Sey-
nmi,, Ccoiro. alt. 'Jimesr, F1S11 .p'ln., Joha Doiagherty,
Ir,:,-l Das.ilsen. Hi-a c" Cuujit, ILN S.rash Maleot,
Jsrnia tI Flarditi, 0 Duan.>il.b fir Carelr lady ani
tt.I J. ellr.tla,, M 'tkittt, i i.,mab Rutter andlady,
errBi rthxlWnai,r. a W l'.ll., 5 Jo,-Ih DonewlvillS,
Uitryv 'iIwell. It ilIFm M iCulI. 11n t L rane, John Merriaa,
ni h.laJdamsa, ,I I|.:i -l. it .l,, snd lady. David
;ht~iin., C J"Lrsl l, Stilllai lrmst.o Uk, W" lanloy, John
( i rlk, Mr L llarnit,,. Hiss ilirrin,. Mlas I Pae, Miss
Si Mai nI, 11 I' "1 JuLat,. MissH iri'tll J MeGowe, sand
S7 in the tage., "
For Savanih,"l t' the steamehip Auguta.-Heury E
Palmer, W K Whittemore MIms Mary A Lawrenoe, Mm
A L.awrene, is Sinelinir, Mi Nisghltiuaals, Miss M Night-
imealo, Fraklin Chapman, Capt Davldson, iMils Jano A.
Andrews, J Oliver, A IW Evans, C Simpson, M Nightin-
g ale, Carles S Arhold, J Creer, mss C 3 Morrill, Mrs J
ilbert, children and nurse, J H larisgn, JAM King, Dr
Ilaler' F Dt(ercerean, Them MCWollor, I, P Adams, Mr
Ball, tr A nP tnam, D Pyncon, John H Parker, Mr Isa
P'ck, LStaer yea, J B Meoo, John J Kerr, T Frisble,
M E aarney, J Blr e B_ (runlns, WW B Falrmai, W' Porttr,
SLCl0ar,. C Sh nlik, O Uo Giffin, Ge itia. N, MD
G00pin, mn4 In tb0 ete

Let it be so for the present; but the Amvrielu public
will shortly have an opportunity of judging between
us, ard I do not fear the result of their voidieot,
when the whole truth is made known, notwithatani,
ilg the unfair means by whioh it has been attempt-
ed to be forestalled. JosEPEim M L BUNMLY.

APPonlmmE a BY THE PRLBIDmBf,-Thoma C.
Hunt, of Louisiana, to be receiver of public meneOW
at Natchltqchqe, Louislpa, vice J1 De ; '3aa$, te.

shTOFort COVM1O~A Jib him a. to the then present
EXECUTION OF NICHOLAS BEHAN,..h.Minasapmhemm.sto b be was pro-
CACU~ln U nillUftOOtnn, tlteor nlainlnd, and the haut r perd to m~ t Q isawful fate, gaveaorderatoIhtavethe
S.ITous taiken Off hil bands and feet. TaL work wasi per-
IDEIEf OF THo WIClmM byaMn fY mdy.lacmitmintattendanceand ooopled
tUBBRE OF TRlEpionoe twenty ooiates. The prisoner being dressed in
------- the usual hablncnnta worn by the oondemnel. name-
lya broad an4 white cap, wasleft alone with the
DENIAL OF GUILT UP TO THE LAST, priest, who uttered a fervent prayer In his ear, andi
Then, Inilructing him howto pray on his proceeding
to the gallows, left him In charge of the BSheariff'and
TE PT TO BREAK JAL, bins deiutiJes, who de-sired to pinion him, as ths time
T T drew near for his execution.
., &Y., 0. About five minutes past 12 orlaeok the criminal
was conducted from his cell to thle yard entering
the place ofrexetution. He was acc,)mpauied by
FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTEI the clergyman, the Sheriff and hi deputies.
EIVEREUAD, SUWFOLI C., L. I, Marching along with firm step, /BWhan en-
November 15,185# tered the doorway, praying as theo Wont along.
day cho Bean, convicted of the murder Indeed, s0 deepy old he seem, engagedd i
1-day Nlchon f ,Be wans, .convuctediofthe murder prayer, that he took no notice bf the vast
be Wicham fmily, was executed inte jl. concourse of people that were strainig their
I attached to the Court House, in the presence. eyes to catch a glimpse of his person as he passed
large concourse of people. The crime of which through the prison yard to lthae enrcl-ure waiete the
gallows wasetert,d. A.irrivtg at lts foot or the
an was convicted was shocking, even to the scaffold, La cotmued n eawnts prayer. reea ing,
igest mind. At the dead hour of the Light, on the sentieOe, "Lnrd, brive airrey on me-(liset,
2i of June last, a imai steals int) the quiet have merey on mes! 0":, Iid, havr meicy on my
ling of Mr. Wickhsm, of. Cutchogue, where r theo e warulan ard
t. ht riff Phillipa then rind. the death" winrtat, and
rormierly been emriloyed by a kind anud indul- at the Crocuaioet of the same asked him if he h1d
inaster, and, without Any prOvocation, ont- anything to say why tpe sentence of the C0Irt
ces an indiscriminate slaughter of te whole should cot g) itto execution. Behan made ro,
reply toh isequiiy oif ti:ooffli0tl, but coatitued
i,. The BRopr-Wor and his wife first fall dead dttipl'v enp ea.i rin pr1;tr. "Tbs halaW was then at-
ath the axe of the blood'thirsty villain; the next toe es t1 thi betn snb e, and the unfetitnate man
et tlat met Wia view, a co.oied boy of !ld i !n 1% 'eii.-ll ilTlh his spiritual adviser by
hkhghtkt ttn yp. vearsi Io ag il stu dn r btii. thing being now in preparsa-
it tn years o0' age, wag eso stiu down trlin,itvlf peiwa car at ten minutes past tire've
tte axe, still reekltg with the blood i'clcerk B-,litheis yof thecalpitascendedeseveal
his firet victims. Some of the domestics of fjtatomlb tean,,." Be sarTucglad for about three
house becoming alarmed, he flies, is pursued, 'eco n, wtn all i atin orb b)y apparewautly hia
+ ~eea'ed One mlcutIe af, Er tne rope was cut his
after a wearisome chase, Is captured in.the put-(. .,ee(. -0 zy: tr. minutes atter, eighty.focr;
dIs, some miles distant fram the scene ot the thra- rrTnutep, slsti-foLr; a ad between the fourth
dy tragedy. He is conveyed to jailat River- and fifthb mlAns. life wadexlicet, and the hody of
lc lPof Ber.n esied a Lt elss mass of clay,
, where lat otober he nas fnlly convicted of Afttr remaing edeL forty minutes the
mider, and sentenced ta obe executed oaFri- bc'ywias cut dow-n aud taken to Jasper Vianli's
the 15th Insta Such is the brief history of the woods, m the neighborhood, f(t intermoenL Hare
1 murder of the W am famy on the 2J of the body 7.e8 buh ld wit'rnt any osremony--lhe
I okham family on the 21 of pirst, bntmover, a.:compnoi3d lbhe corpse all tao dig-
Slest, by Nicholas Behan. To-day, however, tEce. The boJy of Bethia was conveyed to the
xpiated the horrible crime which he.was con- ursanctifld bridal ground min a rude pine coffin,
D1 by a public execution. He died denying his driven tan b id county caron; and here, unat-
tended by any cortege, excpt t e grave digger and
btut forgiving all those who he said hadbeen tihe lairiful priest, as nobody of the murderer his diath. consigeAd to Its laht r.-ting pl ose-a lonely, unfra-
r weeks previous to his execution Bohan que.ted spot, wWAh will be s'unned hereafter by
ed quite indifferent about his fate, and still alt ithe prid citizens of S.Ar1ik c :-uny, as the place
o -b .initDt the body of ')iio or ie most inhuman
d that some chance would turn up whereby buit..-roS that r chrooi.lel ihei records of crime.
rieve commuting the punishment to imprison. Bt,:an was a little above the niedium height; was
Sfor life would be given. He made frequent ahtit alt 3C561 Gs nJ ego, aud very strongly built.
Tb-u. wai nitline' in toe ixpreessonof bcg face
opts during this time to pickoutoneofthe Twc&'. at the it m ti--,. l etsprikesone as unfa-
;s of the cell sufficiently large toadmit of his v ,.,-!e, but ih did r,', iriprot7a ou very close obsor-
p), but was always detected by the keeper, vaion. yIl eyes, wlI-cbh weeo da' k brown or black,
at last thouht it would -be safer ton we.:a d-p d bi a d ,.-.:uiiar sinister look; and
at last thought it would b safer to i forpit':d,t",onli biib, vras aso remarkably broad
him manacled hnid and foot, and aco0rd. ai' e .bseastoattracts'.ietlCon.
r Nicholas was ironed heavily; but he
persisted in endeavoring to pick the Tion t -c. isn-l iehabltonsH.
ElsOAnWAT htLE.&iTr-r.e Pyne and Harrison
from between the stones that formed his cell. opera lr.-upe arc toop pcar to-morrow night in the
'huradey preceding the execution, as an a-t of opera of Frs D;,' Miit L. Pyne eusa'ning
racy towards the prisoner, the irons were taken te character of Zt rlin'., end Mr. Harrison thit of
03 hands, sonas to give faill use of th leilmbsPFri lolivolo. '(be colte, y ,nf-. A Lady and Gentle
s ',man i011 Peonllerly P% rpIhSigPrcg Pedisment,!" wia
i visited by the clergyman ; but Bethan, still clJas the amust-mF,.t. '
Sg to make his escape, easretly set himself to Bc ELIT TheATi--The petite comedy of the.
,and commenced-teaoring up the floor of his Riubih IDniond" and the dramas called the "Old
thinking thereby to get cnt under the foundi- (-ik Chest" and Walle.?"' comnpria. the bill of
(-nte'tsihment for tomorrow tventrg. The benefit
sndmakehis cape. Bat here again he was of rI. Joe. Doan willtake p2te eta Wednesday
ppointed, for beneath the board floor was a evening next.
of solid masonry, defying all his efforts at any :ri u's G.u.i,--r nTI i :ten r: ,f the popular
ier attempt onbhisepart to breakjail, Mr. Ed- c-'riat ibiealr. Nai. %Tdtmou oflll'atl orrownai,tht..
dia,'the keeper, hearing lishu a work, went TiLt tire:1 a' toL 01 D-7l' 1t Airfr c.lf Loy of L i.-
h*i cef, na-i found him lyig on tie Ae he ti:- t tst.r.'lie H T LwI.of Aihi,rC' '[pel on-af
Irt muaeein tha flooe, so as t.) coaseon it from U s1 o s3til tr e tdst-f iieto0,, nc'i.,',e-at of
t ol the turnkey, who, hawtver, w- fafu7the-- I Is. w p
td thannicholae tL'..;rt f,r, ,.o'eiolrttaelsed 'nhu,n w- ilL Sin Oril-i...
, th hole was fally os e t-. i tii vieW. [Tic bttIrTON'S .sArtn.- r n nr[ ;m, ntarj testi-
-rrerwas thenmacltdr.anid adfont. Or.the nitoLia wt isll Uuirnl'. ihe at h-rAt .t, "8o-
iwgpreceding thedyCRYofC-cxtc..Ai '. iii s-s s-C'S l will I *.- i I-: [iris. '.-RcvW.
ad by his epi-ritnal adisir, tie r. Mf, o nTe sinac1I'al drama r.f M ,,Q..,ioqn-." E t'ihe c ln
y.V, of Hemipstead, L. I., who cumpied the ; of tie ."nt-ri" lan, ''-'," au.t-Ie farso- ,1 &A
tion of the culprit 'far several hoars. Bligittd Beiug,n" ait enr.'nn:.:-d for 'rh- uc -A.,lom.
reykr. It was on the occasion or this vasit WiLLACE.k-r i'sa Trt'.-r- C 1ncw (mf3 i,' :f o
he at last mado his p bltc denial of his '.Oe" will Lo retan'erd I-)ioiriw crnui-c" wi'!
, and bade r'tho elergymes inform a!'l ttis: in tie same g ro i oat, together with the now an'a
neighborhood that he forgave them, and bore'o original ceoe.dv of "A Gontleman from Ieland,"
nlmity towards the Court who hal covl ,ted and the snectesful farce of Done on BAIt'6id ies"
sentenced him to di 0ti; also,-tgat he lorgave MFTROPOLITAN TnieTska.-Mr. Jas. Anueraon and
a Holland,the eerv-aunt girl in the house of Mr. Mr. E. La I we to appear tomorrow evening la
kham, although he saidahe swore away his life, tIe new plit ,sf sio -Linl." Ihe drama entited
r his spiritual comforter departed from him, his1 Gaspardo, i- e G ,idu ici." is al-) to be represented
I vivacity returned, and be commenced dancing -Mr. Edd ai, ( -riug in thbiec clihracter.
s cell, while a womin confined in the cell abwoe AmicAN Mesxum-Sheridhsn Knowles' popular
rag anrishjig. With his handcuffs he this Amgidyof "Mrgiois.-" Is to be repridan Koes'ented to-par
ascribed on the walls of his cell, in a very u'- moirow sveninz, in which Meyers. Scott, Clark,
eligible st3le, the sentence:
iehoias lBeha s executed Novembcr l5, 1854;" H~adawey, and "Misse Mestayer will appear. Tiro
Ichoas ehohexeute Novmbe 15 854111 amurieig jiec es -will be given in the afternoon.
on various paltt of the walls were inserfptlone
I neme and other matters which could not bo) WOOD'S MINSTrLSe -Tae burlesque of Black
pheied, bat which no doubt, from an odd word Blunders"is to be played to morrow evening, in
ly written, boro some strong relation to the (osjanction 'ti ihe uinail Ucgro pertinances.
lor of which he was convicted. BCKLr-E1* rj ', favritp musical
THB BDAY BEFOIE THE EXECUTION. eut"-('amvaz% ( B-. ,ty and the Btast' -will be
io,:coo t,-',urr r,' iu. Thesceneryisofa very
owds of people were hourly pouring into the ,t' c 'i s ,: se.
vllMagc of Riverhead tho day betora the execu- l.'S V(.r,.i,. 1;': Br.',<1way.-A new comic
of the unfortunate man. Little groups of pantomime, entitled th "a GidD)iggers,' is to be
rse visitors might be seen collect I at the cor- produced to-imorrw evening. Messrs. Harrison and
of the streets adjacent to the jail, holding deep wBBoar rill appear.
creation on the awful penalty Behan was Mr. S. W GEN-N, the lpopuiar Dotzh comedian,
to eufflr, About two o'cloAk in the afternoon has left the Bwery tricatre, and is now in Baiti-
rni --mi r n-.-t=. ^., -i- -.:.-. mtA",- -. M Gre.

DeligtleU Ilsfelflgence,
IgMO~NS. ------
Pev. Dr. Nott, the venerable Pealdent or Union
College, Sohenectady, will del Iver ihe tenth dis-
course before the Young Men's A'sooiation of the
South Dutch church, Fifth avenue, corner Twenty-
first street, this evening, at 71 o'clock.
S There will be preaching to-day in the Sixth street
Baptist church, D. V., near avenue C,by the eBv.
J. T. Seely, the former pastor, morning and after-
noon. Services to commence at half-past ten and
three o'clock.
The Rev. Isaae Ferris, D. D., Chancellor of the
University, winl deliver the first sermon before the
Young People's Association of the Reformed Dutch
church, Twonty.fiet street, near Sixth avenue, this
evening, at half-past seven o'clock.
The Rev. William C. Richards will deliver the
sixth discourse before the Young People's Christian
Associationof the Calvary Baptist church, Twenty-
third street, near Fifth avenue, this evening, at half-
past seven o'clock.
Ca'eb D. Bradley was ordained over the Allen
street church in Cambridge, Mass., on the lthb
l1ev. W. Calvin Brown was ordained at St.
Geoerge's church, St. Louis, on the 10th last.
SJopLcphE. Biiry, the well known chIlldren's m's'
loaaty, was oidained as an evangelist, on the 121ih
inst..,at Rev. Mr. Edmund's cburchi, Boston.
H. H. Rhees, Esq., a well known member of the-
l-ar of Stockton, Cal., was ordained as a Baptlst
pastor, on the 22d nit.
Rev. Dr. Fisher, of New York. has a'cepbed the
call tendered him by the Reformed Dutch church of
Utica, N. Y., and signified his iitention.of entering
on the field of his labors early in January.
Mr.6G.W.Connitt has received and accepted a
call to become pastor of the Congregational church
at Deep River, Conn.
Rev. Edwin Hall, of Norwalk, has accepted a call
to become pastor of the South Congregational
church in New Hartford, and was ordained on the
13th of December.
IWv. Charles J. Bowen will be instaUlled pastor of
the First Unitarian Society, of Williamsburg, at the
Odeon, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 19. The order of
exercises will be:-Anthem; Introductory pratyr,
by Rev. ;Jobn Parkman, of Staten Istandl; Reading
of Scriptures; Hymn; Sermon, by Reav. John Weiss,'
of New Bedford, Mass.; Chant; Prayer of lestitta-.
tion, by Rtv. Frederick A. Farley, D. D., of B:ook-
lyn, N. Y.;'Right Hand of Fellowship, by Rev.
Samuel Longfellow, of Booklyn, N. Y.; Charge,
by Rev. Samuel Osgood, of New York; Addrsai to-
the Society, by Rev. Henry W. Beltows, D. D., of
New York; Hjmn of Dismission; Benelctiton. -
Rev. Francis B. Wheeler was installed as pastor
of the Congregational church in Saco, Me., oa
Wednesday, the 6th inst.
1ev. Joseph Vaille, D.D., late of S mer, Conn.,
and for twenty. fiveyears palor of toe -ouc h at
BElmfield, was installed oaer the Conjre-,cjuaal
church at Palmer Depot, MAss., on rnted rde, the
7th inst.
Rev. Theodore Pryor was installed pastor of the
High street Presbyterian ohursb, Petersburg, Va.,
on the 10 inst .t. ,
Rev. Charles S. Lothrop was instilled as pastor
oftlieSecond Congregational church in Attleboro',
Mass., on th 11 th li t. i.
Rev, E. S. Abbott die I at New Woodsteok, N. Y.,
on the 4-hi18t.
I t. Nt-th: n ',- isou, formierly of Vermont, died
a4 Mtdedot, 1:1 i nthe SO3th Noaember.
At it1; e .ir(i",', on tle 8th instt, j ao-ordaune
Swish the c-.i;r t t tte Itarun Ctnoace Chiar'a, a
kolemne high naiic jVIs celebsattd at st. Jossoh's
ScsU-LIrc, can 1 -~mi-O, s'U0 -01. 1-1, it Ii.u. .71- oft
X cUlOftf t+E t -v. t'.-it: i n.y-. 0L i d, i u iLt ;i.U
I inst. There was n hr-l e aud it-prC'.r altr',-r i,
brd'ti:. %Ai1 I. ur?-.' a, to .eeder the cere-
monm na- ,.i.' as tie',T- of :-e oc-asion;rc'. Fr.- .rUht.ittsilent ad teart'ti oisaro-
gation s.iliedshbs wero at tl b rrals distuietl,1 au-
dible, provide t'g e sii ernty of lt, rief t' fa!t. b. ihi
bereaved flock fIr tea flrs of oine oits m)tst ilmaL!s-
and ilttd pmst-.r. B'!en the cool, n.xlu.tstinz
stalli- c, it0u ".i. rtJ.-r1tt of Sin,' Citd ni ut r4-
nrtes- it rtr.Ilit,.li. 6 ti, itol Br;aiv ousrstde alluag
l'k- 0 t .ti ishi c.lAx J to mind s6mc ofi"r ,-n ..
vfrtnes which ve7,e cousplon acus ia ihe l.-i't [7.-.
praisoewrthy cawer of the deceased, it w :, c
touchig tribune to the memory of one who hbs
been so prematurely called on to reap the rar/t-zdof
the "good acts d nou in the flesh, Father Batck.
rey was attached to the order of the Societv of
Jesus, and consideredd one of its most distinguished
members. As a pulpit oritor he had no superior.
Indeed, such was the effect which his eloquences po-
duced on the hearer, that no one who bad oaos
listened to him could forget it. In private life he
was remarkable for his simplicity and amiable d's.
position. Thoroughly conversant with the carreut
literature of the dty, he made no parade of it, but
moved alngin the heavenly missin to which he
had devoted himself- diaceargtug its many anti
faithful. duties meekly and without oitentatiou,
following the example laid dawn for him by the
Man-God closely and as rigidly as the iadflrmitios
of human nature would permit.
The First Presbytoriau chutch in Mempl is, Tean.,
was dedicated on the 30ti uit.
The new 'Jeffeason st-eet Metsdist E*Episaopal,
church in Baltimore was dedicated on the loth inst.
A new churchlIn Gadsden, AIl., was dedicated on
the 22d ult.
The St. John's Episcopal church at MiliviIIe, in
Blackttone, was on Tuanrsdaty last consecrated with
,impressive ceremonies to the service of the Al-
The Methodist Episcopal church edtifice a Nevada,
California, having been refitted, was dedicated on
the 19th ult.
On Sunday, Nov. 12, a new church was dellcate.l
under the patronage of St Martin, at St. bfatias-
ville, about twenty-five miles below San Jose, Call-
for-ie. It is built on an elevated locality, near the
base of the coast range of mountains, abaut four
miles from the Monteaey read, and commands an
extensive and pictutc'quo vie of the surrounding
country, as well as the ridge of mountains that skirI
the Pacific. The c'urn-h is bulst of redwocd, and is
forty teet in length by twenty-five feet wide.
The ti.iz.ns of Mud Springs, Nevade county, Cal.,
havo recently completed an elegtint ad commodlous
church. ".
The ew Yoik te/,u's'cJan calla upon the A&rb-
bishop ot Canterbcry to call a caundil to protect
against the anticipareal decision of the iomrai .Ca-
tholhc CouncIl in favor c- the doctrine of the imnu-
culate ccnceptitn.
Eev. Il.Jerrard h"a resigned I.ti t ,i-.- e-,'.i)- F','.t
B.,illi 1 -isnri:;', li,,tci-atai. N. V. 'Hit i,.'SiaOHJ.,i
Vii ,h! 0 llilL t ,t1 .1. 186li.
REv. Witren Tailor has taken charge of the Pros-
byterian clhu~ch n Galiltolis, Ohio..
E(,V. P. M. Bart'ett is seapiying the Presbyterian
church in CirdeviUe, Ohio;
Rev. Win. H. Hill, rotor of tho Protestant Epis-
copal church at Morris, Otsego county, N. Y.. haa
eccepted an aptointmont as missionary to Califor-
cia. He will leave for his now feld of labor in the
steaner of Febtuary 5. It Is not definitely settled
where be will be permanently located, but It ia pro-
bable that bo will commence his labors at Nevada
ad aGrasa Valley.
Rev. Dr. William L. B'eckinridge has declined a
second invitation t- the Presidency ot Westminster
College in Missouri.
Thie Emmetelurg Nun1.
NOUFOLK, Dec. 14, 1854.
Sn---I perceive that In the HEBALD of the 12th
intant, they is published a letter from the Lady
Superior, In relation to my recent escape from St.
Josepht Convent, near Emmetsburg, Md.
This letter is couched In such terms and hlBa atp-
parent an air of charity and truthfalness, that It
.would not be wonderful if it were generally credited-

occupied, the ra.l .sar Is I.-rri-;tlDg hLi barbarous eot-
dicry to plck ot ill the montl-'I eficter, of tho Engliabh
army, to stab tlIhm 1 hen.doan ai- to commit on thief
pirruns every Epecies of col blocked butehory.
WhIle writing, a general and colonel ju.t from
lkrruniann, sent for ime. TLey are both grievoeslF
aouodted, soand the rccutit they gle of Ruilan brutality
ais Iruly awful. I Pam," said one of them, Brigadier
Gtrmal S'Smour hit. His wound was not sevrs,
though it itruck him down. I was speaking to him,
nlren the rush of battle obUged me to qult him, ai K
holed, only for a few milnatea, bat when I mftewsrtwa
caught sight tf ims angledi bod, Do wrd 4"a eu aiss


Our London Correspondence,
LomC, NNov., S9, I L
E.Ted of the New f 1as Batk of b sernanw -LorS
apl"a'?s erit a aMilitiary Commander CrsciseJ-
Cruel Treatmesst if their WeunSeSd Prisonersbiy ft
SRussmia --WdrWkce nsawkin iw the CeonMtry (i-
trictd of ESngland-Ruored' Change of Mnf strsy-
rJohn Bright zld ty Lo Lose hi Seat for M aachiftei
Consegqwence gf isRssn Lettoer.
The atmosphborlei gloom, in Ibe shape of vaporous fog,
that now -overhangs the city, and by its density im-
pedes all traffic, and deluges, with clammy dew, stone5
sreets, liemple, ladies r featherA, and manly moustachel,
is nothingto theo moral cloud which, dark, lowering mtt
deadly, heavily pervades alike the buriestthoroughfares
and the gayest palace. Never since the last days ot'
European strife, when Waterloo's ensanguinetd plain
were red with British gore, has such a sensation beeis
produced in London as by the dreary detaIls of the bat-
tleoflInkermann. The Brit;sh army has been such a
play-thing, euch a galaxy of frogs and tassels, such a
ralJing 1uint, sod 1 uintesacence of men who lived for
the hour, that not eren the declaration of war, the voy-
ag. i. 'Varna, ano tib? d-eadly ieril of pestillenee, prepare
edl itl.e eay w,.-l.l In whith it move.] to bear ,i bonmjfidc.
bl.. d.ed. tAlma flre rtcu.ed it from its fol's paradise;,
*Pal-lI-Bn opened ont a pa;nfal reality hbnt inkermann
lIas tern every veati',e, orery rag o 1 the 'thTtninisa
ItS ejyes, and resealed to thbse who for forty
years 'had slept the sleep of' peace, that
war, with all its bestial savalery, all it*
butcher spirit and devilish will was wringing its
gory hands over the civilized world. Old familiar facet.
that never were seen without a smile-hard featlref
that looked too dry for a tear-gentle hearts on whomn
the breath of anvorsity had never blown, are all now-
alike bedewed with tears of saddest sorrow. Evey-
house is as though there were in 'it one dead, and even
those on whom the thunderbolt has not yet fallen are in
hourly expectation of sharing the misery so largely
spread around them. It is well that Lord Raglan has aK
the advantages of high birth, first rate militarytraininMg
and personal popularity. Had bs be en a lunaer man his
laurels wculd nbt have been left un.e-ithd., and a mili-
tary crlicrm brought to hear upon him perhaps diff-
cult to be rL butted As it Is, many are heard to say'
that there is unquestionably, with many qualifications:
of great merit, a lack of that higher order of genius
which knows, by skilful combination, how to spare the
blood of the soldier. It is said that his battles are bull-
headed assaults, victoriously carried by dog coiragew,
but at a cost which is as serious as terrible. Indeed,
there is now no mistake about either the really
Sr the horrors of this war. In the club at this momaeaz.
are two officers'who took part in lbs ba tlea (f LnLermana
-men whose tiar..rBsie Eup:-ria.r to all eza,-ge.raton-
an.i i.h. iue 'ucb a:i.oijta n[ ti manner in uhnt the
ln6,ian. treat the asanded that he t oodi runs cold to
hear of it. T.r- neudijh spirit oi thlie eaEgaed tiger seems
tobeletlooss andi thLo .bn ckten tclIie: )-ooaoer falls
before his ruihl.-osa foe thab h0 i pinned to the earth
witb a forest of l.xvooet 5 Ib,. brains are dlashedont,
his body stripped, and indignities which tlhe savage
would have spared are heaped upon it. And then suck
a battle as it was. But the mail wbh,h Lc-tr-y. yuOq ithia
will bring yon details fearful enough uithh.t tha neeed
of others. That 8,000 men, approached under cover of a.
mist by an.enemy six or seven times more numerous,
who had made all his dispositions for attack with the
utmost carp and deliberation, and whose troops fought
under the t.yo of tb.-at- draca-jd nad alnont deified EnHi
pernr, Ihn,.,li bar- out for o many hours'
idealin:such f.'arful .ieal', akol ,'ah1r.ion the foe ia
agloriuuast. 'tm, n- i ,ron .:. r ( of .r t .s-.ti.i ,.tock. com-
mon alike to Americans and Britons. The part which
theFrench tl:i ", iLt, t,,.'. .et: st; m. m ,-b tore-
semble tbt wb;. :. n I'riFr -.-ian t ,k am Wat..-I-.o-tl=eir
plerasees e' '" i *i -n 1 i i ti l,.- clA, and lbey ware
chiefly usoefuil for the purasit. ThlEre wari,-a hw-er, on
important difference .at Inkermann-the Russians novewr
fled but retired from the field slowly,' angrily andt
fiercely; again'and againC 11ihy faced about and charged
up the till against English ant. French, and-when mowed
down by hundreds, only retlreA to turn again on their
assailanlts. Good Godi what will be the result of a pro
SonZfd tight with such a. people!-a people who think
dcath a holly sacrifice, and believe their Emperor's com-
ma'nd the voice of Jehovah arraying them for the battle
Whatever, however, may be the degree of solecitude
which agi'ates afflicted and anxious minds at the present
juncture, the effect on England generally is of the most
marvellous elaracter. The greater -the quantity of native
blood poured out, the more spontaneous and abundant
seems the supply. England is like a vast encampment, and
the lan* rings from end to end with the sound oEr
trumtps, r..ri-,r.-i drum. I have'just come up from the
eastern agricultural counties, and the enthusiasm of all
classes beggars description. Rifle clubs are every whers
instituted, and men who have all their days handle
nothing biut the spade or pick, the scythe, the hook or
flail, now hit the bull's eye with the precision of an In-
dian. Every crippled old pensioner is hunted up anS
mae ato put his best leg foremost, that so he may teach
thue young military idea, not to-shoot, but to march in.
good order. These are jolly times, Ipromise you, for the
poor and much ill used laborer of the fields, who, with
a wife and five children, and twelve shillings a week,
was cxyelted to look fat and have an honest mind-to
go to chiuch and honor the King: and if he didn't-to"
pack up bag and baggage and the poorhouse. Now
Richard's himself again; and he rifh'sr trains for the
.war, or makes his own terms for work when hands are
growing scarce. But the young unmarried men will
stop at home o -for no inducement whatever-
nothing can prevail upon tlcm-and hart and,
soul they join the militia, with a prayer to God
that next month it may be the Crimea. The agricultural
clergy blow war from their pulpits-tho corn market,
at the country town, trumpets war all day-the mem-
bers for the county make speeches, and war Is the
themeo-the public houses bellow out war from morn.
until night-the magistrates preach war from the ju-
dicial bench--he Lord Lieutenant and custos custoloruu.
of theI county gives glorious feasts and waves aloft the
standard of war; the fair hands of his Countess be-
tios-a itit colors on the young militia, and bids them.
c-nrr-y thiu to the war anat defend them with their
hesart.;i bet blood-iu short, old England, with its quiet
tlioo it s garden culture, its cottage neatness, its do-
mestic affections, its ordinary peaceful, tranquil, tor-
pid lialbita, i. crying out from end to end, war I war I
war to the knife'r edge l Nor Is it amomentary impulse '
'1..1i *;l t *..! i'l.. [,-,.r.- practical ditlculty and hard-
t i p It t .. .-.' *-morta:. i, ,aofihi Anglo-
.'axon--nr..tiie and habit have m, I.'. hot innately
".,ra .. l.l i i. -. l ..,r,. ei f offi cers; t re n o w d oin g
.tis '. .I i1,: ,,,p,.iija.i be jI become an eagio, ain
1.1. i.-,e "..*- .f t- i .;I fisa tluiow him are astouln-
cd to ose'wluit hardships that slim but wiry youth wilt
undergo; and it nerves their own atalwarth arms with
double energy.
l., ri.], l, ,.',4balt-i *3isch.hine in England has very
usO.'lhlu i,. i-,,*t nil '.'na A. seminaries of education, ex-
t., r., !,. ,. r a,.. iliy nii. far from what they might,
Ia? lu- i ,' rla l..-,tre, tbhe habits of obodlence their
enforce, the manly games they ,.nc.,sutt. Lhc bold self-
reliancd, the determined will, are itualtles indeUbly
wsiniped unIon the youth, and I -h sa a lu.l of hsardihood
is fairly opened to him, love and amorous dalliance, fiss.
and dance, and deadly feud are fSlng to the winds as 8a
many idle things, and he steps Into It as McGregor dil
on his native heath, and challenges the world to arms.
This ia the stuff that has done so well at the Crimean
and of which there is still -s'h so abundant sup-
lIy at l,: tsar It n.ay be is'--.I" then, that the
idea of eas!d,ldaig France whirh was at on.
time put out as a feeler, was anoltmiag" but agreea-
ble. To pay the money and not have any fun feo
t, CT nsscoUtr'd sd a Ihisg nil to be l.otne:and the meiory-
c-f forintin etaidies, hin whioh Iu'tLi largely beoollted5
esn t t1. aeil the argiim'ot ihisli edvocaled war by the
ra1isi't err alone Tt.,re il no diubi a proposiltne to
arm SO1) ,.- Fia.nbmin, half thea erxpnin of which Eug.
land cas 1o sustain, was at cun time dtsrnsar-d. bht I
aI,,nk aerhall heareno more of It. Lard Aberdeen has
but little [.opulsrity to scart, and clrcnmstaneas hIv"
armen of late'which render him lass popular than ever.
Ns.IlJu4 ,till par,t nle the EnglLeh min i hat h. has not
o ineshini sdncse", lor the l.uar, ,Dd In the apes-hecshe
mabsa t-e is fat n ,r tiali, to c--n0, ul bhi desire to lit-el the
u-r .et-n brcath wilh him. An Isoil: tltl Premipr Is thus

important hiage to coult exhibitions, thea evincmd
more anxiety for Ike appearance of reports than was
expressed by Mr. Peabody. By this, we trust our
readers will not be so stupid .a to supplies he ex.
pected his name would figmre therein. (Our offelall
are extremely modest on such matters.) We realt-
ed those speeches and papers on the following day,
through the bands of a friend of Mr. Peabody; bat
instead of transmitting them for the reporters we
took upon ourself the task of preparing them for
press., We did thia that they might be more cor-
iet, asvwell as to make such remarks as we eoa-
sidered ptoper, in which we had no other motive.
than that of doing an act of kindness. or leading a
helping hand in a good cause. Cordiality was the
spirit of the day, and todistribute ita genial influ-
ence was not then considered a crime; nor did the
editors who so kindly opened their columns
to the reports, and so heartily joined In the same
spirit, of doing good, suppose they were
admitting aught into their columns to offend the
feelings of Americans. Here let us say that both
rese journals-now the objects of Mr. Slopes' acri.
mony-have ever been warm advocates of Ameri-
can policy and American Institutions; both were
ten defenders of General Pierce's government
when attacked by the Times and its ,ew York cor-
r~efpondent. Instead of conciliating a good feeling,
Mr. Sickles, in thus attacking America's best friends,
pursues a course which must naturally produce re-
suits anything but desirable. The American 8eore-
tary ofthe American legation should consider more
maturely the effect of these, his little vagaries, be-
fore he perpetrates them. Proper respect (if we
may be permitted to advance the advice) for jour-
nals, in the columns of which he had sought and
received favors-as well since as before this dinner
= eIte-would have at least given evidence of man.
lines; but such it would seem does not belong to
the kinp. We had entertained abelief--(and here we
hope the Secretary will pardon us for having cher-
ished such a consolation)-that of all persons upon
whom the legation would shower Its malignity with
unmeasured grace, we would ,remain the last. We,
then, wrote those articles which have since been
turned to so much account by the American- Secre- "
tary of the American legation at the Court of St.
James; we alone are responsible for the truth or
falsehood they contain. Mr. Sickles known this
ouite as well as any other person; sad why be
should now, in all the slang of his soul, and with
such pitiable assurance, come forward to fasten it on
Mr. Peabody, we are at a loss to conjecture, unless,
indeed, It be to gratify an appetite for scandal we
need not berpasas sentence upon. Strange wilthis
seem to those who have known us for years as an
outspoken writer-with more independence thin dis-
cretion for our own interests-canng little what the
world said of us, nor saving the feelings of any for
mere friendship's sake. Mr. Sickles will excuse us
for saying that we would as soon think of inviting
him to write our defence, as to seek Mr. George
Peabody's responsibility for our writings. Once
written, not one word would we change for Mr.
George Peabody or any one else. Members of
the legation well know this. What, then, did
tbese articles contain, to give so much offence
-to so shock the patriotic sensibilities of the
Ametican Minister and his American Seoretary,
without disturbing the collective nerve. of all
other Americans present? We cannot condescend
to slang or we might soon find an appropriate term
by which to designate such political prudery. After
four months for reflection, during which we have
given the tenor of these infectious reports most core-
fur consideration, we are at a loss to discover (we
say it with all deference to the ingenuity of the le-
getion, so happily displayed in getting up exoite-
ments) one word or sentence-except a reference to
Mr. Buchanan's speech, to which we shal presently
refer-we would change were the sae dIty to be
performed over again. We can excuse Mr. Pea-
bodyvs remarks on the subject in his letter to the
editor of the Boston Post. Such we must naturally
consider a praiseworthy effort to smooth over a
marked di.taste for the person of vhe executive
shown by his countrymen when the "President
of the United States" was proposed. To a gentle-
man placed, In Mr. Peabody's position it was no
more than a debt of politeness he was bound to die-
charge. Free from such obligation, we stand
firmly by the assertion made in the reports-that
when the Pieddent was proposed there was a
niamfest unwillingness to rise; in a ward,ao visible
was it that it were impossible it should escape the
notice of anyone present, unless, forsooth, his mind
were contemplating some belligerent exoloit. Call
it "slow to rise," or what you will, the fact of such.
treason manifesting itself can be sustained by wit-
Besses who& position-vanity always excepted-is
quite equal to that of our quasi patriots; nor was it
until Mr. Peabody had qualified his remarks, stat-
ing distinctly, that if not the incumbent, at least the
office should alwaysclaim our he"rt responses, that
an improvement and a spontaneous burst of ap-
plause followed. True, Mr. Sickles did, previously,
make his burning enthusiasm for the General sound
high above the cold manifestation; nor did he dis-
guise his fellowship with that political seclea
whose genus is readily discovered without the far-
mu'a of long sort ears. Th% singular disrespect for
General Pierce, exhibited on such an oecssion by
his fellow-citizens, we are pained to admit, did pre-
sent a curious picture to English eyes and fesdings;
but it was nothing new-the very same thing oc-
curring in several other places, which slaceMr.
Sickles forces us to the ahernative, we deem it in-
cumbent to recount, however painful it may be.
I The Queen's birthday was being celebrated on
board a Cunard steamer crossiag the Ataint-i_
when an English gentleman rose to propose the
second toast-" The President of the United
States"--but had not proceeded far when 'he wa&
interrupted by an American rising, and protesting
in the name of his feliow-sountrymen around him,
against drinking to the present incumbent. As-
tonished at this sudden and unaccountable display
of treason, the polite gentleman made doeapologies
for his mistake, expressed great innocence, said he
meant no offence, and begged his American friends
would name the manner and style in which to re-
ceive the toast. The cry of"Theoffice! office!
office!" sounded simultaneously from several
tongues, which, being a sort of test, brought to
their feet two valiant supporters of the General's
cauee, who demanded the original toast or none.
Proving tohe the very softest of softstheir voice was
overruled, the "office" receiving an enthusiastic
round of applause. At Berne, the quiet city of
historical associations, three Americans and two
Frenchmen celebrated the birthday of American
Independence right merrily; but not o-?e of the for-
mer would permit a toast to t*e President; they
gave Washington, Jeffersen,the" Glorious Fourth,"
and-ibhail we spnakit?-"A respeclabla min for
next President of the Unitkd SIates." Among the
ruins of Pompeii, those hallowed monuments of
ages when wisdom ruled, set at noonday of the
Fourth of July three Americans and one English-
man, cordially celebrating Independence;'! but,
not even among these crumbling incitements of
patriotism could a response to t the Presldent" be
drawn. No, the Americans spurned the toast, nor
would drink to aught but the office, which they dil
with three times- three, and one hearts cheer. Toe
names of the last party we are at liberty to give:-
they are the Rev. John Pierpoint, Elwi Parsons,
and Edward Paddteford, Jr., o( Sawunso, Ga. Our
fighting Secretary mlg'it have saved us the reeltal
of these visible sigrs, which we regret with equal
catuestce~s but Ies display tha nimsclf. We pity
the deploreble pC~iiiou at MIr. Pieroe, who is thusa
forced to seeki protection at the hands of oxre who,
with all tee enthusiasm of a reiiegade, comesa
forward to war for hiB prjii-e, for);citi_ g r, t r, .ujg-
est aid is that which would ha-ry, tam s,"),ne-it 1ot)
disrepute. If eera msn, in his agonies, had r~aaon
to cry out, cave me from my ftisnds," that man
is General Pierce.
Again: Mr. Sickles aysr, inI reference to ourgsif:-
"That Mr. Adams avowed to you (Kr. Peabody)
that his motive in making the allegation In regard
o the President wasin retaliatiou for my on~itsug
to rise Vthrn the Queen" was drunk, aq icipa-
ling that.-the linpresrion mright be conveyedt to
Washington that I was oze of thoae who were 'alaw
torise.'" Now, we not for a m, ment quea-;int Mi.
Sic~lde' satisfaction at seeing hiimself relirennl,] in
tie" attitude of pctforaming Lhi Ilt'e t'dg, rii, ro-
then the gods would have rwjoiced ; but lhii, fur hia
(nn asks,' as well aa the regard we hCUM forth
f'uings orur 'eidi'rs, weehuooe not to do; aad,
ur'her, b i{ to irifijrn 1im that h-. mo-.p lb~n m -.
akshc inuth"' h. iiuppuaeinga,,ylhior, the k'-id
'ltr feeble iao'ty so apparent in Mr. n klei' Is," ;n
could oiily have given Life to sucT a sap~Iiii,.n.L, fIj,
he Iiaf tot 3er. oeeome 8iaii utiportint a p riiit'it-;
as Io claim euh diimicti'..,n for hji'uiel! ; .ijiiam,:'it'a
tefiecllori m'ght have r~movsd this vstn l ,r.n u, i',.
pKH'iiic fr, unr 8wteltary rin J. [unill li/tod. ';l,
would we advlrce our pugiiactons adveriry to evncea
l(. psjtia.'ity f, r Au~htiin pedantry oo-tni
tiicBets. B-d more love of Amernc digetned slai-
plicity. Vivid as li Us fancy, snui vab.t thr ,dcalir~
o! his ..reati~e, bshba forgotten thileornl ,plrhi
and comity whjfh has so (exiiteii his e ,uat'yme',

wEre be to cop'y the unqO nttliomis maztrv bf Un3
person n waoin be has fastenriv tois ludt,-jui ,a
r-L. The f P&, t would utt be bh.d,
Altair recurring to tOe repoi.p. we will h-re-s, t1P
thatlthe d(cr, .'.r|,tof the bill were c irr,.moti dc.
ecribed-lhe Siit ecsof Mr. l'eab,.dy andl Sir E-.-
son Tenramt loe iB-iled prccit/ a? -JVA., "1o >ol,.
nor have we scen a rpsq'). f-i a.ler'g t-," ] ti >t,.
or eme (f w1It3 wa- did n rerWe ir'elto pei-j,a -tial.,.
"ll)w to rise;" w. Ive Odly, tfeb, t0 lefer tl) t a
itmamnln, o losulve pottit.u--Ur. Buhan~a'-s re- .
'Ite tea.ler wol-.i iiHeef fin it diffi-
Cilttoolic'.vftr iati~irgwe pit iota the nn'nh
ol Mr. Buobt,.-an. matter at whicb a griee dip,-,
statiet might take of'Leu fe; but dtpi,,uwi ftai
fond (le ],oitt and "rien the quibble." A seUse
of deliracy, however, dd cause us toorItoertaia
l'crtlona (if Mr. Buchmn'd rim, rk1, inmMmuoi aD
lhey would othLer reflect cretiR oa hip' litemrir
]ir-le nor add to tte u,-on or that large philosophy
and gorgeous fancy which bas 'exalted his airu*
high amirg s aatemena of the present day, Pow-
soth. we kmcw him too well to ai,,ubt fur a mienf.
bat that the unu.viman of his rairks Ic eisf>, r
wurj',d, !a c3it'- [nomentx, 11- beer vtrefaidlj

the horror and indigntio that filled Mysoul M Lod Polameton's presence still co.tins to be sawb her arming to the teeth agaist him,mad her'portant reinforcements will soe share their toils,
braiu were bttered out, his body w I "iers t w+ one of the most interesting subjects of ape ulatonc abinet ministers holding aim up to utter obloquy there peils, and teh-glory--that a 'ongdiversl n
catty tat'r,1 linad snto wfot rn ized -n oy h ai- and general conclnsioB seems to be drawn, that and scorn. Not a ward or a lalldble did he rwer; t t be operated in amdrnbla__at" 1Erope awn
ofttthee I.lg nsbisDramon sr id." Spea9 its EnglishiCa inet would not-just after it Isgn not for a moment was his face olonded in the pre" Me towbe operated in Besa baa-th Euro sem
r *r t h engnacmeounti n-rwardy ey ad:" t have already and fieust ouncil--hee deapthed I's most i .tenoeof those English wfoa naitioual voie seemed without alam our eagien, so long balked, now so
rend I heae ralrirea rdyse;yInt umeratrionof the pu- portent member to %he Frroenh espi-sl, unless m.t- raised to one general anathema aspalast him-the glarlouply unfolded, became she well knows that
iManslain--but on my cn.scienre, I believe Do deocrlp, term of thegraveot consideration were on the taplR. vry genius of.silence flitted noiselesly alo its we combat only for her Independewe--nowd that
dente---1^ ^ o"^ ^^ havec oe alrra, ly1 esen. theeb i ecumeateo o~ thno ofuco-
tion. no room. ration hao at all renehod the mark. I i HIS opuleatv at t-orne, and his high .reputatl ioat ]m ysterious patli--and suddenly, as by the wand w obtol o e needne-adta
waitIn Oeley b,,till of th,. 11poinsida--I Itrve seen horrorsi the reloch court'. ere, too Important Vireums'11OSuof ] ra' neorcmanoer, the storm abates, the Gen. Montebello i i charged with the honor of con-
en.,ugh ror any one ruan', iif--bit never, aover .UdI tobeellfont ifslbit; and thelmoat ost nttrAioIl t owlingwhs ere a zehr bre the veyingto the army of the Crimea the rewards which
witnes&asn)tbino p[.rr,cdiaiitn th" carnage, tho fury. evidence givn bylhisredence at Tile Engllih em billows of the boisterous ocean become ill, or thasso richlymerited,
the flcudihl. deviltryoftlhait drizzling rormng of th.)5lth ie rthat busIM(Pi, ut.d not pleas re, Is his nbjenl. I murmuring an t rippling brook stream, the bA:oeof nT.o ricl rt ed,
l paww hole rankaiattlevih their miuaSet stock ; a "o'l or1,h f^ven all nature Is cah.Bgsd, and thereis great t-a Iti obvious that thereto at present a kind of
men vwht,,.1,ci d oiat quarter itaff--] raw them [bali ll I id .... skilful' manner in"u.bgetati-l ito l t-I ieyt ualc n bI ullorI and ollm ~n ; tngrnuni i.d C. Maey ran, a. ,iniite- himselit during t"e dis- calm only bryk, u by ont loud chorus of praise in suspenson of active hestilities, which i likely to
e." r .Iot .rlk g aing tublld I, t nd utod in a ,if .f th e E stern ,nk-,iy, the reberve- b et honor ofthe man- wbobhasapparentlyonly el.thi o ns until the arrival of the reinforcements now on
g 1g h n.1 n it~ o h? ^ t M c t i d.l' d 1 c hc.gI F r of tl,e mo, w which b ren de ed m onth s eut. Nova y m ore, tba t E ngi a d w ho se a s th ei r w a y It o be dL c lt ht o a -
huatanit , Find acquwrml morentice t Ir,..ciy, him pe=.oru~lly At scceptabis t i the Em.,ernr, not. to loelir bomhardqlhie i dynasty, who mercilesslyoldb ira.utotewset udr
inquired-.b;^t ^ W-- hr \."F~iL9J~~ 11b;B"11 bt Of &uh cut~^ & i I', .nd the hbasuce from Sehattopol, on the orteland,
I nqird ha h.Ie t~re 'a r.I hnhar.r,I "The trelattlOU he ra~ci amlu~~le fyPnd~ .pi. le sben fa hudred fights on an hog- iitind eaaeefo~bsooo h n i
answerwan. tlat noone du,,lted ,t, captre buttat ilt rEt whic'amkl, hertunprlmetvutteolt~ie piable isle in the far far Atlantic, and there bated of the two Grand Dukes, and on tha other of the-
all douboll the porsibility ofr 1..l.n, it-h t nt bt It w i ri&,o now ut Ba Icadcr of the frau ,mndir of Parns, at d worried the noble 60ul,whoe very name had two allied Princts--the Duke of Cambridge and the
. completely co muatlrt--r t, n Lt..,-El Lon.I, ,. .i. are rtasoasv.bythbo greatestdelicA.:y would naturally th en a ureery to nor,to deatk that E-gland whom n B t f t he air o in-
Could [,OL be taen, ati thattha id_.t 01 wintorimn rn Io obsrved Vy Lord" Palm ri-ton in any mission now it is dittMcult lo believe a Napoleon Bonaparte can Pince Napoleon. Both of the latter, doubtless, in.
bary..'.re, of&maki.. th.. mAn d <,.),,rrrii hihrw !,,E,1 volved upon him. But everything in Germany evf r love-is nnw stripping herself a@anew born tend to return to their posts as soon as the arrival
houmen an.. wa. r, hue.lund 1,0hir.. ,i.h IL har.b./,I w Wears so liminons an appearance ; the reii-tnoe babe to carry out his behetAs-is dismantling her of the reinforcements shall give the signal for the
y .been described:they Aleep by flfi ui .- "to death "l]a obma frat on the parttof Russia ; the paiiisoen, despatahblg her fleets, and adjaring him assault.
IK ortL kon auairs or Sp l an so complex ; the policy o! A me- biythe mtmoryof Arsterlitz andMaieago-baltles The o o hi a r d t
gather neither he norany other r., cer htciaa e their ticaso uncetlainuand the necessities of avait m- lost by the men he subasidized--t"arm more and Theirumortowhielia private despah to the
clothes, and The ..floi.t, t.-.JtJd ., e d r- OnJrd mn i. neiary disbursement so unmistakembte, that it is more-to make his whole empire resound with mar- London Times hao giren currency, that a new en-
erity dajirr n-i foritfeR.Hty sBrinig? he had r ver hbr-l qul intelligible thiL the presence ofa on whom all tial furor, and to lake from ber hands the flower of gagement took place on the 13th, has not been con-
orrvdor. icannot gvt, yo,. n m,n"'. b.itynumayrely N \^gland .a market as toe coming man" should her youth, and the veteran troops of1 er colonies
poi lthis coming from asource nsecooi. to Boa-,,Inmruan be viewed with onasuaa interest. The secrets ofnaeh and movt renowmed posts and fortifications, that to. firmed. Indeed, it Is'positively contradicted by the
0raccurate inrormarton
Again theromr.rrev, pvthat L.1rPiPlmaiar,n in to conclaves are, of course, hermetically sealed, and getber they may struggle, conquerordie. /tsiems despatch of Prinae Mensohikoff, who, I must add,
La the belm. it is thougbhttnal, though Lopi Aber. not even "ournwn c 01respondent" may apelysa diff, ult tobelieve that he can wish for more. Bat is les frequently called PrinceMunohausen, ven at
deenmight meet 1'arbameot, acras" must eventually liFtening ear;" but it i certain such onciaves more be will have. Lord Palmerston isstld] here, Paris and at London, than a few weeks ap. Those
ComeAndpobaoly at a period mostinconrenteut for t the are hrurl$ held, and their malterioua delibertlonas and.the recefirtBes of the str.fe now going on in the
publIce. r maceind that,, It wouldhbe ,trfr to cannot, in their result, be long withheld from pub- .1imea, it is generally understood, have compelled wo believed Omer Pachais Tartar most readily,
ma~keom Eti reovious arrangement which would let down lic rarioisty. him, on the part of the Englsh government, to en- now carefully vreigh'even the official despatches of
the Cabinetceit. Mr. Gladitour. tsa a&riouasdificul ,I The intelligence contained in the NewYork tr itoanarragiment tor e payment of French the allied generals with those of the Russian Prince,
.adtheha im:te ue ofBet b~ertbother its I Aid, wmoultd.HER&LID 88to the resatilof the Oatend conference, teond Par aont isto be called together on "p r" n
^ ^^it,,.^ ^ ^ W S 8 beore plain up" or "down" atthe Bourse, on
wihndm iera dlferetolf N,Iaoe ar e e, t pareaed, ould e.sems to have taken 'all parties by surprise, and tae2th of December to ratify It. There were two bfrpatgateBuso
tainingIii-servioces. But that the war has beer were it not announed withso nuchforaiaty, I be. evils to choose from-eitber to dismantle Gibraltar, their faith in either.
bungJed--ll devieed and uppored, is 111 Heve the general feeling would be one of incrodu- or Pubsldize Frantca and the last, it is generally be- To thee speculations at the Boursoe, and to the
over) one'F mouth, and Lord JO.).n BRe J|, Sir Ja&110 3 ity. There are parties so skeptical as roundly to lieved, bas been determined on until such timeas newspapers which you will receive by this mal, I
Graham,and ir William Molewo,Ih are radijy ,o sup aaert its impossbtlity, andwbebelieve theyknow the Englsh armamatae can be made more efficIent.
port Loid P'almeraton. Thu e .ai-ionf that nobleI lori enough of the Emperor's mind to declare that Without some judicious explanation in the CoM. must leave the details of the new diplomatic phaas
to.parii, oodeiiyoracoaonden'ii nature, strength n'0 ha w lill never consent to the alleged Cuban poney of na, there is nodoubt th this measure will be that the Fastern question may take in consequence
hLeoLretri a us seen toerr ort, atdrf e a mot anl,, me the United Btates -others again say tiat the chaotic very distasteful in England; but anomalous as such of an Intlmation by the Corrowiidence Pirusiewn,
to have the benefit of hIi services in the highest sph,.r@o confusion wich_ the-year 1 155 wi~ witness, Wiltl rcedn em i h o i t. o Raigd, ith ereofcajutil httecaie ff
in ulhieh they can be msde available. throwall fomer printplsem ibo a slate of revolt, would appearto.benohelpfort ia-fi o ,that cabinet of S. Pe-
"I h: trilih le the state of Europe calls loudly for a tide, and that if the poswessinn of Co'ca by A moeric pouring in her legions by thousands; the besiege .Is tersburg, by voluntarily accepting the four points
master hand The Cza is evid., ally tryinK heaven sad will at all tend to render aff'imiz less complex, ere now the besieged; the "1 lea0 in the dark" of guarant~eeIndicated at the outset of the cointfo-
earthtogetupaRu ientparlCwith Ausla TOprev.-nt France and England may not gainsay It. All surree, is found to be one of the most yawnlng, the very, by Drouyndel'Huys, would leave no doubt of
herbreak nsLer present very" uiteul rehatiog w;th however, that the subject seems one too delicate to most profound, that history ever tol;i of. Ntg- itsintention to make Sacrifices for the attainment
hlm imJ ""-... :... ui n .ac, be de-id affar Mr Rriul,'s"ahion of takLngtbe land is saved from the consequences of It of peace. The Correspondence believes that the
.oDimmtr cperence was gr..,iy nodid 3As ., to Unti;gied States' money or mittimus--leave fubs solelybythe pluck, the obstinacy, the Saxon gp Western Powersdo not refuse to accept negotta-
he cor.luct of the Ottomans at Ba.l1iva, an.]ti,':,r with your pohe full uh of" Isver or be summarlly of her irmy. Generalship, strategy, high mfitary Hlons for peace on this basis. But the four poluto
perfecL knpar~itiio y at ottomniano Mi Bair a, We i i- kicked out. On! think of snob Indignity to a gerurs, have had no more share in It than Lord in question were only four among many at the oat-
oTffretnd anrt-shavesonc n ,t-ltrsunktth.ere t o ey fsndee of Spain iny a Aerdeen's peace speeches; but this is astore set, and their name would perhaps belegion now.
,ilistrinin publiceerimatin, tbatthe prophecy of" i. Great diquitturie is felt in Spain respecting the which Ila thng buta inexhaustible, and from orl- Youaskif this war in the East Is popular i
Quaker i. ho went on a mission of pearce to to e ,,r.e 8panish shif o Subirana, a ship of the line which vaie letters I know that a feeling Is abroad in Bog- France? Havethe cannons of the Invalides, sue.
ror or Rusia,. and who a.etrTo..J d.i Lhir return thAt estced from Havi&a t'.n te 22d of Augilti last, and land which must upset the present ministry. it is cmsilvely announcing the victories of Alma and of
though theviar cool.d doubt,-L-- r.e prventedl, the c-.j, has not since been heard, of. Her captain, it is believed that Lord Aberdeen is thoroughly aware of Inkennann, awakened the enthusiasn of the French
of it wou Idsoon be forgotten. eiin, likely ir. be mcr.-, mid, protested against her putting to sea on as- it, and conscious that he can no longer hold the for the Imperial eagles? Are all Frenchmen Chau.
opeedil3 accompiib.d LtDnwe. touchii of. W nil ,l'..,i oauntof her being oat of repdar, ut was obliged to reins. Families high in station and political nflu- vino," i.e., VdentNapol9onists?
to the war be~owBing a nqllha. obey the order given him. The French Ambassa- eare feel that their blood has roen sacriflteby Without answering your questions directly, Imay
Meantime, such U the Ptaip oi"ff-, ngof the body" p.>Jaw
in Englandjnst now, (batI h'.).l.I not TOaof lsit@i. dor is negotiating with the Spardshgovernmentfor mismanagement, that the war from the coromenas- premise that the alliance of the English and
prized at the defeoce of the country be.inq entirelv the establishment of telegrapbhi communication be- men* hes been foully handled, that amealy-monthed, FPench government has prodigiously strengthened
thrown into thq hands) of the militia, that the regulais tween Madridand Paris. As to theresignation of thbinakinned Premier, in sparing Odessa, in co- and elevated the position of the Emperor of the
may be det.e,- ]0to Ferv;,e i'ailiami-tsrf re. Espartsro, such a declaration is looked upon as a quetting with Austria, in postponing tnergetio ope- French. The consummate ability with which he
form, Cathotlc emancipation and free trade are nn. mere figueof ecb. He hasa de-tded majority rations till a late period of the year, and even then and him Minister of Foreign Affais, M. Drouynde
bearing their fruits. Ireland, too, Ahowrs herselr once in the Cortes, and the Queen, according to par- striking out at random,, has jeoparded the national 1'Buys, conducted the diplomatic discussion ofthe
more an interred portion of Great Britain, and it id Sad ]id ontsy governments san appoint no other. It honou. With all their respect for the private charae Eastern question, has been acknowledged by Nicho-
fSat, inBront wir a e dangeroldgieanl ipa.tare is probable that the Duke de;la ictoria only waits ter of Lord Raglan, for the simple, single-minded las himself, as wel as by all Europe. Nor was
fogm, d the rspirtio nll.aborbng tht fwthis formula to e observed, before initiating ambition which induced that noble lord to accept it the fault of Napoleon III. if anythig delayed
b=coodesapredomsiates, namely, that of anaihidltm Ith memenres in relation to manufactures, agricul- the command, the English ate evidently not the vigorous execution of the plans upon which he
the Omer. tar, cmmerce, means of communication, credit, quite satisfied wi h it. The Russians come to the had resolved for the conduct of the war. Moreover,
The famons Forty slxth, whr,?se singaiiiities tilord-e &e., an may justify the overthrow of the Sartorius field in masses, evidently led on by military know- history has rarely presented a spectacle of more
so much fans for newspaper discussion and just repre- administration. It is high time the political ball ltdge of no mean character-the luck has been thrilliig interest than the scene of which the
hension, hasnjuot reached the Crmea. there, to the bl-,o.l should be opened. against them; but all their dispositions have been Crimea is now the theatre. No Frenchman,
of the Rumsian, to wash out the atains of rluxBrioa The arrivaS firm America in P ris are constant, ma1 e with great ability, while the English do not no man of any nation, cm remain unmoved
peace. There is little doubt they-Wl have the;r (.pp.r. Al the beat apartments are eagerly snatched up by seem to have found anything better In their oam- by It. Those who are at once spectators and
turaity, and thin in DO t-,me for picking holes in our mill.
tory. The threatened Parlamentary inquiry will Fai.t eme, andsapioepaidwhichterrifies the ordinary manders t n a universal "Fix bayonets, *and at ators in it have reflected new glory upon the
the ground. themore especially,-centhe conduct or foreigneim. TheEnglish havelongsince caled to 'em, boyB"--a sort of Sangrado treatment of the highest military qualities ofwhlch the RT&anthe
young Perry-the cause of so much lympatahy. andr of a them Ihe privilege of high payments, and as from patient,,which can eventually end but in one way. Frenchman and the Englishman can respetively
valuable > ubsioiiptioo oF L2'60O-isfoound to bena very tie reluctance shown by the p.roprietors of the many There will, therefore, be some very plain spealieg boast. The Frenchman's keen spirit of emulation
Indifferent sort of pertonage. He had no aoonor reailce. new houses which are in progrtos of erection to in the English Parlismaent, which will bold it. sit- in particular, has never been rheapened to such a
Parm, after his court martial, than he had the coolness admit of their being let furnished, the number of tig till Christmas, then to separate till the 12th of point before. Naturally enough,. their countrymen
to draw a check on the trustees for the subscribed fund. February, 1855, by which time it Is moat probable at hcme watch their exploits with sympathetic ad-
The check wasdishonored, ahthongh Mr. Perry has at- these aeommnodatiot, s becomes dilly more alircum-
tempted an explantionr. it is evident be hwd meet wi tried; and as erh Russian families which beat the head of afi. The ration. In their ranks are the brothers andson*
no more public s ampatby. Mr. JohnBrlght will ... mighthavecr'mpetld with them are now, ofcourse, attention he has met with in Paris has been unre- of men of all the old parties at home, anditisno
lai meat for Mauchemter to a dead certainlty ID con.D ono the question, it seems as if Americans would mitting, and perhaps nothing speaks more for the doubt true--It would be strange if it were not-
Bequetme of hia Russian letter. bhee tare no times for soon be the only foreigners or importance inhabit- gentoa of Napoleon than that in numerous confer- that the gaolsut army of the Crime% is looked upon
Quaker flights. "UNIVERSITY CLUB. ing the Queen of eilies. Mr. Webb, the great house ences he should be able to hold hisownagainsta by all with an interest that is not chilled by a sin-
r Pr o n ne asent in the R ivol, .protests that his ea- veteran diplomatist, who, with all the energyof gle party consideration. I have. before alluded to
pIoiment with Americaus is as three to one. Re- youth and the talent of his best days, is atargama he appaones M. de Salvandy's eloquent tribute in
PABis, Thursday, Nov. 23,1854. ports were atone time prevalent that theExposi'tion which he played with distinguished ability when honor of the army, elicited at the Academy, that
.'Arrieal of the News of Ihe Battle of nkermann- Universelle was to be postponed, but I have no rea- the Emperor was in embreidered slippers at the feet refuse of ex-Parlimmentary leaders, whose political
Effsoo the Pubhu Mind-Lord Palmsetna's on to believe such a measure was. ever for a noa o- l mother, Queen Hortouae. rather than literaryclaims seem of late to entitle
.fsed wan the bit c Mwind-Lor Pa eirsoa ment contemplated.- The most energetic efforts are To-day there is a review in the present of tie them to academical honors.
Visl awd is Objects--The Otlend Conference- being made to finish, for the auspicious occasion, the Emperor, and in honor fo LOrd P- rert6n. I'sup- But, in spplauding the army, did the ex-ministers
Spanish Afairs--Policy of Esparter--Rusii of more prominent works, and already the Place du pose that the latter may have ocular proof of the who were there present, or would Gnizot, Lamnih-
Antericaa to Paria-Pierems of the public Carousel, where the new Louvre is employtigso s article the Foen can furnish the English with for tin and Victor Hugo, who were absent, signify a
.d a mu Paru t--Pogreas of le Pubic manyhands, begins to wear a more orderly appear- their money, disposition to rally around the imperial throne?
Works,4-c. dance. The immense "Place" has been lowered and The Moniteur states that the deep solicitude of The exile of Jersey would answer indignantly
Ones more the oarnon of the lavalldes booms its levelled, and repaved; the gigantic scaffolding is the Emperor bad already foresee and provided for enough if an answer were necessary.
nate of victory over the tal towers and goodly pin- gradualy being removed, and the exquisite sym- casualties to the fleet in the Bleck Sea, and that Certain fbionist Journais, which denounce Barbes
nacls, and magnificent domesn of this Wrest marry and beanatifl ornamentations of the new t wo new ships of war, the Turenne and the Dona- as an "incurable revolutionist," claim to be, and
azeae and magnifient domes or this flrah'ebt building brought to view. The new street of the 'erth, have already been despatched from rol...n doubt ras are, as warm "Chauvinist" as he avowed
dctie., Rivoli, or ratherits continuation, will soon be aaiais on t'the 6th ipcL, and that, favored by a rapid himself to be, and in the eame sense, that of en-
The 31oniteur yesterday announced to its readers ed, aad perhaps some of the workmen who Ifw pamge, tnty had reached Conitantinople ihLen thbsidsta for the.-glory of French ains, Batthey
that, having received at length the details of t Ii hitLerto found su .-h ample employment in the city, wt,h troops, with provisions, and every species of are not more likely to be "Chauvinist" in any other
ml ay prove ambitious of labor c a more exciting ,ar mtirlal. It likewise adds toa. te storm sense than be was found to be when the Emperor
battleo-lirkeirmann, ffor which itonly wanted, the 1 a obraoter 1hbbeyondm toentue oonlfndbOr&ers. pe nede ehc r oo r4onh h hppl baen to the o[,.d his pils.A doon ac/ontor letter 1a
usu alosfto woOD J, at 13 o'clock, be fired from that Our weather fita M lwnge of dense fog, deepsnow i Black Sea, a, d that the numt rous vegiets In the Me. wtroh he muln e the avowai.
ancient temple of the brave. I cannot say that the arid delogrigaleet. BEBTIB. ctifrna n and Archipelagolull of rL forefmeul Titers bbing b of course, no organ of republican
Biioeat temuple uof brsv. I caiuuo y that the ~undd e~oig --- a 1'.drori.alo. ort he a tm of tne El, hbve ben entlmets in tbe Frecl empire, y )D must seek for
effect produced on the poblit mind was at all PARts, MONDclY, Nov. 27, 185t. able io .nOtinue their passage without milestatlon.; their expression elsewherf-in Belgium, for exam.
striking; in fact, I never saw any public event Incessant Preoctcpation of the Emperors with that others are about to follow, among whAoh the pie. In those Belgian journals in which Paris cor.
Prince Jerome and the Pleuras, both of a hundred rtsp~otdents may indulge the republican sympathiies
treated with leas empressraenmt. It cannot be died ,ffair*s of the War-His Slmnpathy wiT the Sf- g aine and 650 horse power, are worthy of 'mention, which thessecretly retain, you often find a curious
that in this, amin other things, the last forty years feri'ngofNis Troops--His Subtle Policy Work- asbeingebcut to replace two similar ships with revyrce of themedal daily exhibited bywhat they
bays made great changes. Formerly it was from ing Out its Ends-Objects of Lord Palmer.stmo's seils, and that these will set 6ut in eight days at f,3 letMe Decemberiat journals. They are "Chau-
the Hotel des Iuvalides--that superb monument of Visit-Dissatisfaction with Lord Raglat's farthest*, v iible," to be sure, like Barbes, but no more than
thephilanthropic ~ pride of Louisthe Fourteent- ppinitinet-- r l o W e Patis is fnU of English officers,'Wounded and he was--that is, their patriotic prayers for the suoc
the phianthroplc pride of Louis the Fourtsenth-- ^ppntment.--Arval of rounded 0cers in otherwise invealled, from the battle of Inkermans. cess of the French arms are not mingled with cries
that annunciation of great military and national Parisfrom the Battle of Iinlrmann-Projet of a Their statement are perfeotlyharroswingsd far ex- of "God save the EmperorI" TLey are even dis-
triumphs weo first made known to the public ear; Great Westerv Loan, S4,, 4-c. cedanyofthegpublished reports; they create a most courteous enough to allude with irreverence tothe
and the victories of Marengo and Aastarliz, and of The Emperor is Inceseantly occupied ou the sub. prefouLd eeusat onhere. Mss Nightingale, the ex- colloswhiohr aveaffiioted "GeneralPlroplen, as
thos oter ilidredbatlswit whih te nmeeellsent lady who has organized 'i train of devoted they pepsist In calling the ex.Prinice of the Moun-
ose other Bundred battles with which tbe name ject of the war. Marshal Vaillant, the Minister of women to act aBr, ises, finds herself completely.unr- ain, who is now convalescent, it is said, at-Coa-
of the Great Napalson was associated, were blazed War, sees him the first thing in the morning, and l demanded, and has written home for more helg. It stantinople. He hopes to recover in time to display
forth on the astounded mind of the Parisian, with 1 ia his last visiter at night. His Majesty is perfect isInnde sense, fortunate that the experimental attheassaultupoi Sebastopol, as he dihaulaed at
expedition frman such ample employment imintdi- Lima, at least the courage common to all French
noise and smoke that perhaps fltly represented the master of the most minute dtails, and woebtolatelyonitarivl Its present success isindubi soldiers, ifnotthe high military genius whichis
strife and carnage over which the national vilar him who neglects or slackens in his duty just now. tabe., aeociated with the name of Napoleon. ThePrince
had strode prereminent; lut the electric wire He has publicly notified thiat ere this the army at There Is no question, 1 believe, that one obiet of kept his heat on horseback all day at the battle of
hetwbdLord Palmeron's sojourn In the French capital is Inkermann, and did not )sield uoi de after the victory,
has now deprived all this of ita dramatic effecl;, the Crimes. has heen doubled, and hle has written a to suound what may be the shlbstential difficulties in to the orders of his physician to seek a few days of
and its noiseless intelligence has neutralized the letter of tanks to those who have been struggling the way of acceding to a proposition which th EEm- reporse at Constantinople.
artillery's savage roar. Henciforth those deep- against such fearful odds, in.which-it is easy to see peror is known to have at heart, of p. great Western A spiited engraving has appeared, in which Mar-
loan. Thneentulim in Eglandi sancho&fever sabad St.Arnaud is represented, sported on
mouthed inshoengers, which in other~idays played that he pour fourth the Warmest sympathies of hie on hetisBrt~gadiasoaee bld tA u is oei~nte, potdo
mouhedme~engrewhihino~dys layd tatbe ~ur forththewarestympthls ohislBlght that it is not supposed such'a proposition either side on horseback, at the battlepof Alma.
so complicuousa part in the triumphs of France, soul. Whatathi.g-itistobekuowntohaveakind ; rouldbealtogether uneopnlar, but insist whoTheartisthas succeeded in depicting not only the
nost contest themselves with a secondary rble, and heart! And with this conviction In men's minds, how perhaps, have a better knowledge of French fah strife of battle, but the conflict which the fiery con-
be satisfed in reglstering with a loud votes great difierentily will big words read from those of some in money matters than the majority of nuglihre- rage and iron will of the Moarshal sustained in the
pris~entatives, axe naturally cautious of commitigrmidst of it, with death masked as disease.- -- -_a-_
actions previously well knownanddisssel'Thus, royalpronageswho, esconeed in the prestige Of themselves in a matter of -suchgravet ,-scenesof teMarshalslifehaveout into shadow,
the thunder of the Invalidea did not on this ocea, hereditary descent, know nothing of the people but tance. What the result of the noble Lord's as I have already intimated, certain of its earlier
sion cause every window to open and a rush of! byhearsay,! Therelsnota manni France, what- experinceeon thepresent oecision isisofcourse, and letsshonorable scores. But hovfar the Pari.
saxious crowds to the streets. A heavy fall of snowr ever his political opinion, that doubts the Emperor known only to the initiated In Cabinet secrets; but siuns are from having forgotten or forgiven the lat-
had during the night covered the path and housa-w in this aspect. His whole heart is with his Buffer, h t genisr l btia efnisronae. t h re bear given utheschem e stierhwfrishort hea refrom, bi ngentvf a
tope, and the cold whiatling wind that blew bleak, tog, soldiery, aid the year 1855 will not pass! POas,whicb,nexttothe Monitcur, is knowa to have exponent of it, who owed his Marshallstfl tfftoth.-
ly through the city oat many a kindly heart bleed. over without his person being there to. General I excellent information, of which the suBstance is-- 2d of December, may be inferred from the success
A.. fr th-.u.h nfL.helai-.-.res +%. hebeI- gersin alacat l~zh ie hmt eArd:,now that England and France hav estood by each of a mot which had been buzzing about like a wasp
the uinhspitable Crimiea, rather than triumphing distinguished merit en the spat, and eo~fe qva ', streigest cordiality of feeling bas beon proved by Thisi mo is attributed to a distinguished lady,
*<>Wt the glories; of a dearly won battle, cc~fe, the whole military weight of France is to be [* mo~toa o( mutual oampaignmng, by hardeht! a o'er who, on hearing gfveral (.f her visitors one
Norcothe dotalls nowfurnished byCanrohert ira-thrown into the Bcele, rather than this enterprise lo ^and field-only onething isrequired o 1emont "venlngpeak about the seleotiona of au epitaph
part any essential novelty to the Jnormatiou area, sall fai. A,6i tedeti'ls of the battle ollnkermann I cratnn n cnotolmatters."'^^^ "D e, t sayd ed Mszha roosed the olowng:-" rm
dy pessessed. At the commencement of the engage become more ardmore ascertained, a perfect fury "consider what this Mtlianoe weuld 'K).lt'the mate- Saint Anaui"--the 'name ot the theatre of his
mentdenertersearly apprized the allies of theaenor-I ef zeal is let loose; even "the sneerers of the ] ialiftersetsof the two natiMs were ascloselyuunit last exploits audMB ownoname. If you hadhe-ld
incus forces which, pushed into flebastopol, had in toirt empire who have been hitherto shrugging d sar a reen hei m~ora nlu~1 htvs f s nee'ofvyrono^ ^ tl w nmsaoud w^^ ith
ersaud the ressurcse of the ene-my to something hI ik their shoulders, hnlf contemptuously, at tho mere they houid mtx t .gether the essential elements ot would have perceived at once the severity of the
100,000 men. 16,000 of these under the eye of the brushes (battles miscaled.) t~at have taken place, thelrrnbaoe fortune iaceinmoneff>)t~t;f, in fect, throat.
Cz 't^BonsthGrand Dak.s Michasl and Ni:o-] are fain to confees that the affai at Inkermaan istewztmkte cmn i~~a fortune Thi o ls ntlkl tp.o hv cnr ^e ^in
1as, ssss ed the F_ glii, who had not more than totally unprecedented. It is true that the generit- etc., el,.. Tee English of all of which, ja J ulb rousdinneis to whioctihe has been invited during
ix thousland men in position, thie retof their/l-ore s ]kp does not escape, most severe criticism; but tie Bull will say, is not vwry difficult. . the post weekl>, the guest at rthse dinnerrs L~ir,. in
beingecesged on the works. Howloaet~his hint- nature ofthe engagement, i.* flere~neiSs, its astound- By order of the government, stxt~ysoldiers m~y dtieputsbic Chauvinists, Bo loot, at l.,il, ad tti-
fuicouteiideo against suen Vist odds, betorne, Gf hiiine-nnlitv Us obatinac, v ad uumli ,tiratl h~r w^luteer from evely regimontftor tbeCrimsa. Tne ociuree of'empire ronaemuoth. But it '.a l.,.u,.l ia
etal Bosque 's dvmsion came tn their aid, Id uot[bsl- "a1e "81"mted tobetnc n utted- oe- b. ,r volunteering t~om the regiments of .the gwion way cut oi parlors mnto thi etreets (uot, of course,
elated; butthestruggle must havb beeu dea-lly In. bait, a"e amt obeuelynxammpled by at Paris t~oki plane on Siuorian. Thonumbarof ivt,; tbe itwfpeper8),anditwill toinnbii 'f.i o
deed, for lulle more tt n nail iheir.number eflped. anyof themest fornidable passages mn thegrea tbehe mutera wageo greit that theBeleation ha>!lto r ,.ti Iel [,wtio, patriotioally pruri at',..y
"They valiantly," eaye Gene ral Cuuro1er t, pu p- ]wars of Francee tike place by lot. They leave to morrow, one, t n;. ii., pi:ciof their brothers and sons In t
pored the shock utitl General Bouquet, arriving ". ,,,... ,",,. 1! ! t .... I have left myself1 Out llitilo spice to speakt of Urmea, Me ,. erfr' e'eBs f.,r:ed bv ditily ne3 esities
wit~h ~a patofhia dwivin, wnasable i le=ad a cozt Besenie really to requ'ro some starumng Ibeitticals, tiemostlittei-estingfsature ofwhelhifa 10 count t~he co.>, ot glof. ta e tshtihps ofh U~h
Oplen-do wl'h'-hdete'nined~t-esuoees ot th-p ar [ocmrronee, some original phase of warfare, such 1. the re-sppearance trf Crnvelhi at tise Grand Opara. prices fir fuc), 1;ihlt, t u's, food, and lt-Bsgeuing
fair." Out of the seven Ene]Lih generals struck as this, to' adequately rouse a nation which |Whtn'sfce came en the stage, there was at (fist a ctoaiad /or jLuhor, i hiy do ao'; even shlro
deaw, It is douhifui, it issa'.d; whe ,her more tran with all its military antecedents and amour w'oars 6g11" st~nos; but a8 her B~ren voice rase and tre xti-. .'nt,,i ho~ts wilth which the pros-
two of them will sirvise. .. wi wiwa.vsus r -u iure sweilt threoughon that s pwtoo enssbr a t l1. xhb o f15 aaisl
B----'--,-n of the --er -harbrt st-Aes that- ie after a lMl of foty yes seemed to have orn eB to e th .rda sen of obdlat it-ats; g-.ct tfy].([r.ehiiofn~? et'of 1855i hawiuspiredhu
Alwii gri neatly, dist inguished thenu-elres; that p utatively little eoisir for the fieHd. Bat the sa wh e-n she r& anted that part; of the opera (the h!>it.s an~c in,:,, 11.1. "'p' i ,,s ,riiicf of snoyr th(
three charges with the bayonet were marde, and it aexmlpled resistance of the English against ',Hugunsoto")^ where the Qo .en of Navar.-e ad-: fei-te other dsy, and the fogs mnd flrMta that hwe

wounded Th1iee thouiand dead he left on the in which the fact Jhas been commeil ded intheofi n te-nwihCoel esl ol cteyh amuend by hearLng of the eats and kittens which
field, and the ."whole o~f his loss csanot icial organs--it is easy to ee hassttmulaetelanoble pripang .A oefaaxelettigt the Kouaves have eured of their traaltioBel loc 1
be eaimated. at. iesa thzn .eight or ten jealousy, and se fire to a slumbering ardor, wrhich bei li eti icmtie u hnteattachment ; they are touched .by hearing of ths
thouland men." "T'e sotie made at the sam yen may expect to hitar of before long devearing exquisitee songstress burst upon the delighited llstea, time by lho Kuassl oun te Frenoui left, Seem's to all before if. The ruthless bar-barity ot the BM- era with." Pour sauver du trepesrune tete so'clitre,' cned frcm the mkiag ruinso!'a Tartarhuntl ando

hare been of a desperat character, an~d was ropal_ ed eian s, courzmed by private letters whioh are daffy her tlumpaz waa complete, overfrneing. Btipw. tcem tll eish admiration rat the recital o- mk-y
Ir General Fer no leas desperate tForta. The an iv g, Is a ggdo d to Napoleon. He wh0 from ... a smythlong eetids in t:ie history of the Crimean ex-
REussians were four thousand strong, and poor-an, the rt moment of hi at to power han had PARIS, Nov. 27, 1859 t ,w>, inn- buta, e!r all, tte people cannot forget
do de aomel, oneof the most gallant 8s.rita In the but one thought-whcoe da*ig aspiration fban been, 10 C 1. L I L L' "o t cott," to thinkof the expeaseoofblood
French army, having routed them. followed them to to employ the exit language of his Ides Na apo- Te Vi"ory of Inkerma-nn-Th ie Mir Srmrit in as well as(tft ure, whIch the exoedltton haa al-
he very walls of the place, where he fel a viotim to leonne--to revive the lustre of tce French arms--is France-Chauviniim--Feiliag of the Trad,,g ready oci ooned, It' I am not greatly mistaken, a
his too chlvalrous ardor. The French had i 'their almNt accna-ed n! tipping b p.-k the spirit he In, his /tase. as Regards the War--he Fie. Arts- painful snse of the evis of war is quite general
Turn to repeat, under fire of the plae, and with seciel ioulso deaiIly chilahtS. On both Sides the ,n tough In 01 classes f the Fieonh community to
considerable os. in this sortie, a thousand of the channel be Ii aaunonitbea rot to let hislaudable Gossip the Sa s, yc, to. ^ F(j i d Be'ght, or any o'her member of the
*'nemy were killed, but in the whole aClur, the Eog- te sire for peace m.Z Lt -tBe priSe Oo ,whteo the The camnoa of the Invalides, ann'u)cling the I'ma".. Sceiti sforS the "radirg classes, they
.oh and French together, seem to have had put horse tharsctt;'.IaY,1bevEiyli[.,ol Wtstrrnmlvtization bloody victory of Inkermaim, sil^.ced the m't1!c L-boy lh,- siuldara and iowatiDy ,n-,3an at, the
de comiat Pearce Iwsothan fve thousand men. Wiq isslaked. LColiwthIkteir.- g Ltreted lo benomSe a goseinpg of Parisians. In coffee houses, in"green,,t'tt ,u oi datsonfptemeved from th e date of
such victories as these, the caranon of the Invalides lis !.; We. But v. is ia of hbt hi-si d altr diboseec when tne ernpc
may well roar on .lstlessnaSs. Altogetaer, some- t e wonderful tublle.: by %oc~i ;thL ext rardinary recosia,BCeveryflreslde,aadaeven at te .,,bli, bwl. was ittraidw o a cv-'l'tfjreeist1n Pair"'
thing more specfe than the battle ot fLk-rma, U usean gains bis e-a Silently, srealthily. like scarcely siylhing but war is talked of. AlF rreaui-" A.ilhbC.urtiivlaitIngforihe filtof S.-hOtopo]
wantedd to onee the public mind; for what wit he f me diklant plac-t, be novrs in the c-rt ne his imust echo the praises with which the EBlteror before piviu,--.- :-n:j l. .r the urual fe-livitis o0'
VMCedug Xloom and cold, and general mniriacneaa appuiited uIltoiircelf, and ine im; elements of tola tie dftlounn and ir, tiuldityon *ne Era're Ajtci, /'o.r.,s'ita e balls have token place.
le the weather, the absence of alt g-iety, the many bn,.mni l tlty sem oic a Ae/se !to d, bidwalk-il..51:.okU co Ai allysBriowi a -e
famines In mourning, .and the high price ot provl- tWsIsis the in'lit" which LcUc rB'[.uhinm la his aimy in his letter to its Commi der in GeCn.if, Ge. is asia to eve hI rc(-& ht1(,1i ya an Ithlian wie,
slops, paris is the veiy ghos.tof itsnaturalsel.'. Toe celebruled discinedh all F,'Lce Ps madly Caro':.-iit. Bu,. wtIh the Emperor atinot, ;must 'Sho innac t t 0i- ,fiU L :-. thicL 1.i a rival the auburan
departments 3mpatblise, like the merls a of a iiL-iu-g .Lfte:! efflwKD wnvaert." coot- mp )-e for recogeise the cheek which the allies have expe ,"F .h 1,.., b rit fi lse, lhch hil bewitched'
bosy whose heaitia chilled; ani a1, from time to a moment The strhin' ; olena be oc upli-. The :e'n. fo.,u ikqdte teo theio!,t deen1 'tn rd lur'lr nrt ,i,,r, calls. u lio rtt-
lime, anv discussons on the contemplated uni. most absolure domiinn.' milILtrr3n 1I L ivl g 1;,i'.18 i V*lals in cowlNuce (f the obsinate defence" "
Preasl eihibition are entered ou the publU: ands. and Louis IM ilihpa-, dtheNa 'ita ka-embly t t -tbasto[ol snd the"-reiforsmeatsf theRug- I ..rJa-- T I1f t1h Ill (,ill a'('lt]yil/c-owdei.
2m r'inlb, or blown into imp iarce byy the great wTre for Dim what the lilett'e inrs t st, theior.js ci.. e-u armyt." Maytbe onfl4el, Lkee fco Ent A ,1 F A l' cf 1 1-'c Ii I .t, an art'rig pof the Vd
,Ultcialorgan.itallm ost povohoi..a mocking smile, I( inl i ck- lhe uLC'ns-iIi c..n; lruc ,:rsof hg li ,w thruct Isa r 'l ttfr ''ui minm ,," bt b "ih bie'O Co FiaT, t hnSE pGa t n,( mru ryh kire
it,. that which olJglr-leJ in au eraeof pelftcL.n I nli L, ier. Hefound all Europe rttww upoa t"h t.e Maii-ii? t e ihA Isr. h.aTs~d
tulvtfrff leace, i h uld be pe'sted i wnean its ia II m i .n. E. a is pmo lite.UPlo h:B t-e rid rt I B Kvutary? Trme will show. Meanwhile, he -n Plr, mn, hh a u ,.- .a triet d a W all rr.,, ,i ot 1 -uni
.rguilitlcnmIa flndl iOlldiniliimes. LOI BLd dettructtve she'l.ci4 :1.s dii:y p-?ea. 1 0 c u9f0(3 lhheL si0 [i?,by aiusuring lh~m that Im ctl,' tlihi,i'e, d& )and uot u 1'1. i .,nmet hinttea


among the number. Their coriontty must have been
ftularly .g.ied by findleg on th catalogue, in
a lit of articles of female jewelry, the folo wing
item--".Quatre prgles d'hom en m or" (fer men'a
boea.tpis In gold). The apartment of the future
Marchtoess possiblyi was a complete curiosity
shop. Among &he statuettes were one or two by
Nosburg, the goung sculptor from New Orleans,
to whom hbave before alluded, has iust finished a
ca ital bust of Mr. McRae, the United States Consul
at Paris, Jt is to be put in marble. What with the
bust of Mr. McRae; the medallion of Mr. Goodrich,
the late Consul; the portrait, by Healy, of Mr. Ma-
son, American Miaister at Paris, and the admirable
photograph. .portrait, by Thompson, of Mr. Sould,
American MInDster at Madrid, American representa-
tives abroad are not likely to be deprived of the aid
of art in conferring Iinmortality.
My Informant was mistaken= At week in making
Mr. Scott, the Consul at Rio Janeiro, hafl from Vera
Cruz, and Mr. Barnwell, the Consul from Amster-
dam, hail from Rotterdam. Mr. Scott has just left
Paris, but Mr. Barnwell still remains here.
Tlhe American Legation "nd Xr. Peabody's
LOMDON, Nov. 20, 1856.
Pugnacious diplomacy (otherwise called the bone
'and sinewof Mr. President Pierce's appointments),
is neither dead nor sleeping-no, Ik9 a devouring-
giant, it has risen fron the ashes of its own little
world of etiquette and quibble, to spread its genius
before the commoner hemisphere of mankind, and
annoy it with its vain glory. We know not whether
Mr. PierceMully estimates the value of this species
of diplomacy, now letting its genius loose upon the
world and threatening the peace of very peaceably-
inclined citizens, but we do know, that with that
proverbial vanity so dear to the corps, and with
which it so often struggles to keep its own existence
in remembrance, it has latterly made daring at-
tempts to dazzle Christendom with its gorgeous
fancy, and prove to credulous minds how many
functions it were capable of adminlstering--all of
which, proving diminutive failures, have reflected
no great credit upon his present administration.
Never outdone, diplomacy would have all outside
its own dull vortex know that when boundary dis
putes no longer remain for settlement; when fishing
questions cease to keep alive a happy uncertainty;
when court formalities and breeches questions no
longer afford amusement to the outside world; when
the transforming of kingdoms offers but dull pastime
for bold spirited; when church reforming seems rather
beyond the reach of its elastic powers ; and when
to the uninitiated eye the sublime spectacle of tran-
quillitypresents itself, and international good feel-
ing had well nigh won its way to genial and lofty
tellowship-when all these, we say, had worked
their way to a happy union, and diplomacy seemed
to have exhausted the means wherewith to get up
an excitement, that the world might know it yet
had being it launches boldly out to prove the world
much mistaken, and with valiant freshness proves its
creative powers by springs, with tiger-i ke ferocity,
upon the citizens of its own country, whom it would
devour with wanton invectives, were they not far too
formidable fr its devouring appetite. A yonth of the
corps, when advised by a veteran of the profession
to study attentively certain. treaties made with his
country, as necessary to becoming a good diplo.
matist, quaintly, but with more truth than romance,
replitd that his mind was already occupied studying
,French and the Polka," two indispensable and
more necessary qualifications. We owe this sclon a
'debt or the above trite remark, the truth of which
wIs ; apparent that the veteran of national rules
and observances retired in mute" contemplation;
notwithataodilg this, could he have seen that at no
very distant day diplomacy would add to these re-
fining requisites the remarkable function of piok-
ing quarrels with its countrymen residing near the
court to which it is accredited, and holding
them up as fit objects of ridicule, rather than pro-
tecting and extending toward them those friendly
amenities which make them respected by the in.
reighnems, how much more astonishment at his ig-
norance he might nave expressed! Bat time works
wonders, and what yesterday seemed fabulous and
visionary, becomes the reality of today; at least,
iuch is proven by. American diplomatay at this
C.uiu t, where it has adopted the last named tunc.
ti, n as the best means of promIting American in-
terests and keeping alive a knowledge of thise lofty
pnitciples upon which the honor of the corps is
I, is with this new and very elegant function we
have To dfal out a few words in our own deience.
In a document ot E-ingulu diplomatic character, is.
sued fr m the United StaleI L.egatiou" &t thLf
Court. dated Oct. 20, 18,54 and to which the name
of orJe Daniel E. Sickles is attached-but from which
the eeal of the nation has been withheld-we a,
Iravely charged with being the "agent" of 5"-.
George Peabody, under whoee sanction and patron-
age we wrote reports of his Fourth of July festival,
for the Londtn press. Such is the quotation
from -this piquant State paper:--"I allude to
Mr. Aeams, the writer of the Teports for
the London j urnats. For these you were suppos
ed to be responsible. That they were gotten up un-
der your patronage we who constitutes we?) were
assured by evidence which excluded every doubt.
They contained a gratuitous insult to the President
of the United Slates, (the italics are ours,) in the
false statement that some Americans were slow to
rise when he was proposed; and as the individuals
were not designated, this calumny involved a re-
proaoh upon all the Americans at the table. The
sketch of Mr. Buchanan's remarks misrepresented
what he said in a manner that was offensive to him.
It was, of course, expected that Sou would at once
case the reports to be corrected. What, then, was
our astonishment to learn that not only had you not
(?) done so, but that you procured and circulated
several hundred copies of them, here and in the
United Stat-s! These facts rest upon authority you
will not be inclined to dispute; to which may be
added one yet more startling-that Mr. Adams
avowed to you that his motive in making the alle-
pations in regard to the President was in retaliation
for my t(mitting to risewhen "the Queen.was drunk,
anticipatli g that the impression might be conveyed
to Washington that I was one of those who were
"slow to rise" in response to the Presidential
tcast, &c. The above d:plomiolitera'y, effusion,-
cembtningso many loose and undefinable state-
meets, as it does, sneaks but too plairdly the
despicable straits to which Mr. Daniel E. Sickles (an
individual whose diplomatic exploits in a bid cause
have for some time annoyed peace-loving, citizens)
is diiven for miacs to sustain his special pleading.
With ail deierenco t this little functionary ,we can-
Dot forbearexpzesateg our contempt for tais most
gratuitous ttssu of misrepresentation, emade doubly
coli able by the author's knowledge of the contrary.
We admire Mx. Sickles' inventive genius as much as
we dislike hareh words, to avoid which we would
fain call these innocent romances the fruits of a
!crooked memory wanting better employment; bat
I o palpeble s tlie intention, and si malicions the
spirit ia wLvtih they are clothed, that our conscience
fcihtdd us thus to honor teem.
01f the crime of writtnir the reports, (suAh it
bath been eeoiirK din grave diplomatic eonuucii,)
!o which Mr. Sick'os refers, we unhesitatingly plead
uilty ; but had we for a moment sup poed they
c< nrauicd matter ofltnaive to the .!'egetlon, and in
wtlieh it could find means of displaying so muoaz bid.
fedl'ngitho frivoloue occepatlon would not have found
us drawn into its cull of trouble. We wean a guest
et hat festival, made so unfortunate by Mr. Sickles'
erratic csnsurif, when it was suggested by several
prwns (Mr. Ptabcdy was not of the number) that
ii would be gratifi ing to those present, as well as
I'aTe a good effect in au international sense, it the
htiei.dly i ,terehargsa of feeling, and other happy
re, nitsoftte entertainment, were noticed by the
ILndon press. That it would be particularly grate-
tul to the Americans, the feeling expressed left us
no reason to doubt ; nor, with ono or tso exeep-
lions, dia we coitverse with any who did not view
tlie readiness ai~d kirdlinees with which the Queen
contributed what ishe supposed would be a gvattflii
tics to those present, as a "gracious and laly~like
act, worthy the appreciation of every right minded
man. E Osaltyv, as, indeed, showe: ing more favors
upon an nnu~stentetioua American citizen than
diplomacy had !een wont to receive; if
we r~ielalte uot--and we make the Insinu-
ation roodesitl -herein lies the little jeal-

ousy that has caused allthis dinner difficulty. "Bat
we would oEk Mr. Sickles (whose ga'dautry no one
wtrild think f pitting to the tent if It were over-
Mete, pir. tbe boutnds Olfo,)Mmou courtesy to mike
oi.nilea afi ,ri-m..Ijgmint ? On this point we fear
our pall.-,t F'scrf;ary qatiels with gool m mners.
Dip n.mucy, fidtlir.g itself outdone, stands wlh !uh
11 Lai d rLdj lo letk its sp'een upon those unnUwl
f-ir 2 Lujoin with i1 im, tseplay fporki.r.
\\%.kL the ftutivil had eadeJ, and at we w,'re
Lbi ut tu leavt Ric.mond tIe recital ofsuch thirm
joust ittm na Irllv[ .o the reader as they ard pain-
liloour t-liriga,, we Diet Kr. Pabody. with
WlhomoLd Cut Lqv:enso we ooavevqed same time
" ot. 1 le ve ol the day. It w a s tbe m et y"d by
it e M we hbad l erid expressed, we intimatedto
M'. Pent,,'dylb61. it th-e speechea and minutes or
lhf 14r ,((tc1iZs frep ovi'ed.we would transmit
I fr.,I' r ictr.ieFs. sa6il ors c.f certain London j nr-
s e. t h a rf ,llesl that t sir reporters would wjits
I hem our f(.rtii r.1n3. O1.O u intimic7 unJ inea eno
*.rih tti'e g W:,ii-m'D wen a s1%Ticieut tar-
ar.lfef'.;r ibsir ip;pera anfr. Without ir-ls tin to
iL;.Et I msr' 4f *<-proval. we muat bepermiit'L(d
-'r that Co. I.awrtvie, since brooding under the
jiiigoofi tie uc'ligrenti, where befiulithji: ail

dful to is fetings. When ha spoke of en
un g played the toady, we did not mldntoepre
hbmt; but, as ar as we are enabled to unerstand
the aronide M In oaur having publicly represent
him sanideoniig tueee happy Inteuati al -n
terlanmen[t." In this, thlugu our language mae
tbhave coincided witn what Mr. B-ichanan uttered
wecartamJly understood his concluding remarks a
earywIng oat the same sense, in the inplimintmmt bi
eaid to the en'ertaminment and the entertainer. 1
[r. Buchanan viewed it In the sense he hat
shice applied to i', he aboul I have substituted lan
rage ol a more direct character; apoih would have
better become the statesman, who never ota exaol
to gaJ over the people by enhrining his language
S in metaphor. But way thij detestable quibble ov.r
a ftw tesFipaper sonternes at the present time? Mr
Baeohaon is the possessor of a clear conception, ai
knowing In what he had been misrepresented, migh
bave pointed It nout, for, in an interview with him i
few revtnngs after toe appearance of the articles in
question, we distinctly stated that If he would point
Oat the natmr of the mlreprepentatlons, we woute
most re adil make r orrectlouas; but this gentleman
than fur whom none entertain a higher respect
abuse rather to enjoy his own wounded feeling
than state de11nlte.y the nature of the offeace
aglaintt him. Poor dlplomra }l How we pily i
when forced to souh sad Straits for means to koe(
its own little head contending above the buffas
S6Mr. Sickles we have a word to say concerning
agentsi' whbih be unreservedly styles tnose who
have shown any tIndependence in this wir of
the American Legation against Americans whi at
leastlad svme reason to expect it would extend it-
guiadian shield tf friendship, if- not preo.
tletion. Let usa ask through whose agency It
was that ue correpondent or a leading Journal In
New York forwarded a letter from London denunno-
rog the report of the dinner In the London j inrate
L4 ainsue of falsehodods from beginning to end, and
KIS merely that the appearan a ol his letter might
be simultaneous wiLth [at denuncilato'y effaon la
the Boston Poat. Toe appearance of these
tal epitkale in journals so opposite in position as
well as political policy, it was expected would be a
delded diplomatic hit, and condinrm eswoi otaa.
We bhve te origin of tliese harmless effusionst in
ao mind's eye. Secondly, by whore agency ii It
that the creatures of the legation (w: have no softer
name to apply to sc'i genus) g) ab a, the meto,
Zolls dbtsemimaitg every conceiv.abl falsehood
about persons blahib above their capacity to malign?
Fots wbhence did the report that; we received ply
tram the HEnrLD for writing Its report of the feiti-
Sval olgiiolute ? That such things were done k as
U- t as they are contemptible. Nor is it much to
the ne it of the legation giving them tolerance.
Now, although Mr. Bicklea maikea grave charges
against as, we will not put our demorracyseaonl
to his, while we detest kingoraft as heartily ao he
can, and aswaum]y luve republi.anism; but it' our
modei ofdtpla3ing it differ from his, we trusit he
will excuse our declining to join tha'. assinlne spa-
eks of political gentry whose leadership" he so
ardently covets, and whose patriotic brays we have
ever detested. In a word. all this braying might
have been eared had Mr. Peabody given hig con-
mertial mind one politlal turn: substituting Mr.
Daniel E. Sickles for S8r E. Tcnomant; our pugiistic
eerntazy-would then had an opportunity of di-
charging 4r`s powder flask in the dignity of responud-
ing Io the memory of Washington," relliving his
soul's desire, and savlrg this after show of petty
Our slight acquaintance with Hr. Peabodf would
nEt warrant the -presumption of our assuming his
defeace, nor would he thank as for so doing,
Since he has shown himself quite capable of
eutmarahaBling our Se:retary. However, as
that featlionary has charged him with distrl-
buting several hundred copies (an libeis on him-
self and President Pierce,) of the papers contin-
ing the reports, we feel constrained to say
a few words on this very piquant charge. Mr. Pea.
body-no doubt moved by that natural offspring or
ur feelings which likes to see recorded the result
of wohy efforts-deistired we would procure for him
P few of the papers coataiiing the report, for nie
bends. Now, we feel admured the reader will
scarcely condescend to demand the precise number,
nor are we prepared to give it at this moment; but
Jest Mr. Sickles should evince any further uneasi
nas on this point, we would advise him to apply
for information at th6 offices of the journals, where
he will be politely and correctly informed tnat his
"several hundred copies" would diminish into less
than one hundred. So much bor Mr. dickies' grave
charge; but that he may the more clearly under.
atlod the point, and bring tie number to a dipl i-
atio nicety, we will, (fur the exclusive information
of the legaton), ay that if he make a basis of the
number procured by the corps when the breeches
question was in embryo, cr at abmut the opening of
saillamtnt lat3eoar, and in which were inserted
tome well written articei complimentary of our
.minister's good sense, ant to this add fortyfour.
and seven Ier cent for damage, he will find thepit,
to a legal shaving.
In conclusion, (we beg the reader's pardo-i for
thasi' ng detaining him, i Mr. President Pie.'-ce--who
we humbly advise ftor his own welfre-v-oald do
wellto keep sharp .ye.en his numerous fighting
diplomatlets, who, as flghtlnggentlemen, in ring or
field, might lender their ehuntry good service i
Wine of need. Shobeuld he feel inclined to organzt- a
corps of msu,h material, we suggest as worth
serious oouieratioli, the propriety of exalting Mr.
Solon Boilasnd idatLe rank of major general, Mr.
Pierre Scald to that of brigadier, and M -. Daniel E.
SS lkI, a to that of colonel, under which his present
distticioA aspires:-all cof the hofiorable corps of
fighting gentlemen. And to Ur. Bickles, (we feel
asaeue he will pardon theanimadversion,) wewould
in all seriousness advise his next diplomatic circa-
lar- should he be so cruel as to inflict such a penal.
ty on ihe feelings of his feliow-countromen Living
in this grotesque city-being suspended from the
walls cf old Tammamy, a mo)re congenial atmos-
pbere than that of Barley stre'it, London. There,
it would feem a ting morereal; and, t-:i, be hap-
pily welcomed by that wotthy band whi lovr the
aparit which breatrei of their own soul.
Mr. Daniel B. SicklEs might have snarei us.
F. Coi.Btue ADAMiS.
Rights of Neuntrals-The New Treaty be-
tween the United Statle anud Ruassia.
S [From the Parits Coontilutionn.i, Nor. 24 ]
Thu treaty which has just been concluded be-
tween the 'United States and Russia, for the re-
ciprecal guarantee of the rights of neutrals, is an act
ofskilful policy on the part of the government of
Washington. It evidently tends to develose the
already prosperous navigation of the States 'of the
Union. Let as just easta glance at the map of toe
Pacific ocean. it will be seen that Russia is mis-
easeaoftaeonilderable extent of coast im that quar-
ter, and that she is daily strengthening her power
and her commerce there. -At the present moment
Russia is of all powers that of which the military
marine, is tbe most strongly organized and the
richest in sallots on the Pacific ocean, although its
cemnercial Interests on' that side are trifling in
eqmparison with those of England, the United
States and France.
-All the northern part of the Paniuc ocean, from
the mc nth of the river Amor to the possessions of
The Hudson Bay Company, is under the domination
of Ruesla. She occupies the two aides of BSeaing's
Straits, and has theuncontrolled possession of a
vast interior sea-that of 001otas-shut in by the
shain of the Knurlie islands. From these byperbo-
raon retreats her ships, sheltered behind numerous
fortiflcations, if measures had not been taken to
atop them, would be able to pounce opon merchant
vessels and trouble seriously the relatious of the
Western Powers with the western coast of Ame-
* rica, the Chinese sea, and the islands of the great
England Is toe fista.power menaced In those
waters by the imperial Russian marine. Her in-
teraits in this part of the world are immense. It is
not so much for the numerous and flourishing cole
ties that she has founded there that. she will have
to fear; thby are generally well fortified and well
defended. But what would become of the innumera-
bhe fleets of her merchant seips which contlnually
plough the Chinese sees, those that coast the shores
of America, and which surround Australia sad New
Zealand, if the Russian marine had been left Iree
liberty cf-action ?
We have auId that the Russian giverment bad
strongly organized its marine in this sea, an i that
she found abundant resources there, both in men
and materiefl. In fact, the Czar does not confine
himself to maintain a respectable squadron in the
Pacific Ocean; he has, besides, established on a
military footing a company which carries on the
' trade in furs and ivory between America end Eu-
rope, and which, from the very necessity of its
. transattions, keeps up a numerous flotilsa of armed

Brigs End corvettes, perfectly organized and ef.
fectively manned. Their cewn consist of sailors
engaged in the service of the company forafew
years only; but:es'they are generally addicted to
Inebriety, and the vices resulting from it, they are
continually contracting obligations upon their proa-
pective earnings, and-in this way they find them-
saves detained in the service during long succession
of years. They ultimately become excellent sailors,
and form a notable part of the paso-aiselof the
agents of the company which ten years ago did not
comprise less than twelve thousand individuals. It
is not estimating too highly the number of ships
aimed far war, and belonging to the BnRusso-Americ in
company, to fix It at fromlifteen to eighteen, inclad-
ing steamers. The size of these vessels ranges from
five hundred tons upwards. Their stations, at New
Archangel, Petropauloski and the Sea of Ochutak,
are, as we have said, strongly defended.
The commercial interests of the Western Powete
in the Pacific Ocean have been latterly rendered
more important by the rapid coloaization of Cali-
fornia. A numerous population of English and
Fremch emigrILtataIs established on this pert of the
Western coast of America, and occasions there a
large and increasing consumption of the mannfa-
tures of the mother country. Of these manufaciures
an extensive use Is also made in Sydney, Tahiti and
JoPE.Hore. JI adltgd'tj.q f theg daotsdt6s n. M-Ln

r member that there is not eM of the American re
Spabfica, tfeesm hi to Pern, inclusively whieh dies
nt demand from Western Europe both its n rtua
and manufhetused products.
S The Ainerloans, with the keenness which is natn
Es to them In matters of navigation and oommer
have undertaken to become carriers of these pro
ducts In fact,from the moment they have obtaied
the reeognpition from the Czar that goods coming
f from a cousitry in a state of war are not
a selzable on boheard neutral vessels, they hae
S at tie imperial marine of Ruaqla under the
a mpo;siblity of interfering with their new specula
t on, which emsiate In proposing to the English and
French merchants to take their freights under pro
S section of the neutral flag of the United States,
wbih guarantees their property from the risks el
S war. !his is the way in whiob, In the struggle
Which has commenced between civUlza'.lion and bir-
S baitim, between liberty and s'avery, between the
Smeet enlightened gnveroments of Europe and the
Autoorat of all the Rulasi, the merchants of the
United tters have discovered an opportunity for
lucrative commercial operations.
But it Is not probable that this clever calculaUjon
a will be crowned with success at the expense of the
e navigation of one or both of the allied nations en-
t gaged in the quarrel. The governmeneuta of France
p and England nave adopted, In fact, measures and
p efficieit ;rotection, that It isRthe enemy's commerce
and no'-. ours which will find itself menaced, and his
ships of war, far from venturing into the great ocean
Sin search or our merchant versels, will be ha!jpy If,
in taking refuge be h.d their land fortifications
t they succeed in escaping the consequences of the
struggle now waging with the naval forces of the
Stwo allied nations.
r The Freuch and Eaglish ships stationed in the
Pacific Ocean and in theu Clina Sea have combined
their forces aid sailed in search of the enemy,
i whom they had seen at Japan shortly after t e as.
partirs of the squadron of the Ameriuian Commodorm
erry, but which since that time had completely disa
appeared, concealed behind some Sebastopol of the
seaof Ochotsak orof Kamechatka. At.the date of last
i news the Russian squadron was at Petropauloaki,
L and had been ovirtaken and partly des'.Lsyed there
on the 4th of September, by the two allied squid-
Srons. Such is, at least, the infor-ition that an
American journal publishes. We are not, as yet,
Sacqnuainted wito tle details of this engagement. It
Is btared merely lhat the batteries of tue fort hid
been destroyed, and that two voestela-no doubt
frigates--bad been captured from the Russians.
Admirat Pri]e, tommanderoftthe Englsh squadron,
pa.d with his life fai tois exploit, accomplished In
common with our sailors.
This Is a terrible blow inflicted on the Russian
squadron of the. Pacifide Ocean. It is difflult to
know exactly what is its actual force. If in Fixrope,
-even under our own eyes, The Muscovite govern-
ment succeeds in concealing its resources to the
point of surprising its asallants, when the latter
naeb motives for believing that they posAsess better
inform tion, it has atillU stronger reasons for hiding
from us the real condition or ita naval power be-
hind the iei and the fogs of the Polar eea-.
We do not iknov whether It is the intention of the
allied govei nmenta to profit by thbEir ino ntestable
maritime superiority to attack the other posessalons
of the enemy. The idle of protection which the
English and F. ench naval porer fulfils is less bril-
liant than tha: of active hostiliuties but it is of
"rsater utility, and the effects of tile protection
daily die ilay themselves In the security that reigns
in the English and French ports. Consult our
sailors, and their choice would not be for a moment
doubtful. They would demand war.
If the signal for an attack against the Russlao
establishraeitl should be given, the loss that Russia
will suffer thereby will be sensibly lelt. All the
merchandise, all the natural productions of the two-
Americas, and even of EnroDe, can at present pene-
tiate to Moscow and St. Pet'rsbnrg, notwithstand-
ing the blockade of the Balt's and of the White Sea,
by passing through New Arc'angel, from whence
the ships of the Rusao-American Company trans-
port them to Okholz, in Siberia, through a closed
sea of which they hold the key. La 1820 Lard
Sjdenham, alluding to the Continental blockade,
and to the advantages of the poilti.m or the Rus-
saiaB In America, observes as A llows:-
-English products which were not admitted into
France, found In the frozen ocean a mians of pens.e-
trating into the heart of that country. I speak
from my own experience in saying tnat, at this
epoch, an uninterrupted line ot communication was
established between Archangel and Paris. All ar-
ticles, even those which are known under the deno-
mination of heavy goods,much as sugar, weetranas-
ported as. easily by this channel as they are at
present from London ti Havre."
These words are remarkable, and they indicate
the importance of the results of aw effective block-
ade, such as might be esteabllhed on the Russian
coas ts ln the Frozen Ocean. In the mepnwdle, If the
news or the destruction of a portion of the fesat at
Petronauloaki be confirmed, it wllU'fuvlih a re-
markable coincidence with the announcement of the
conclusion ofa treaty by which the United States
have endeavore'n to monopolise the ncviga'-ion of
the belligerent Powers, and by deitrcying their
hopes inL this respo:t, Jt will augment commercial
confidence, the seonity of which, i a very case, Is
suffiaiently guaranteed by the strbinth and courage
of the allied maritime Powers.

Maxed Commlsslon for lihe Settlement of
Brtltisl and Amertean Cilalms In London.
By a convention entered inta between tbe British nn.d
Amen-rican government, on the th ida, of February,
FI-3., it was agreed ttat certain cllmmi, lic.ii have b-sne
made since the treaty ot Gheont, on bthe 24th of [D.cem-
ber, 1614, upon the British government by Arneacian
cil'ien-, and. cn the tnte.d States government by saub-
ject of Hir Majesty, should be referred lt two conmmis-
Jionersi, one ot theIr to be nhmed bh H-r Majesitv ani
Lthe other bLy tUe President of the United Statee. Lindei
that convention Mr. H juby was appointed BrItishl com-
missioner, and Mr pham wa i appulnLed Anieri.-an
,,omrmiei;oner. It was alo aeric-e1 that, ia case of d.s-
oirecmnt btiRcen th[be omniaidioioers, there eboull be
0n uipire apr.uiated to d-idi th,. qu-.,tions ,i issue
b,:reaen teem, ant Mr. Bates was selctesd to fill that
office. In accor'dan:e withithe conventil cv-:ral meet-
inge o f the comisnii'oner. and umpire bsiv, pilac-.
and the munplre attended on Nov *'Uth lor thei- purpoa
of deciding ome quertton; at ;.0sue between the commLn-
EPakeuQ. at the oece of tbh:, commission, No. 9 Laiilaiter
Mr. Cias.s appeared .:o the part of l the Flwila hood.
bolr.-: who-, claims were the subjc-.t o1 coouiileration.
General Te owtis represent i the Uni',.d latest g.iven -
ment, and the Britihb g6rcrnment vd5 represented by
Hr Banriar The comisislvuners 'ere in artoudan-u,.
',he cane of the Foriiila b-ndbholdrr having been con.
sidered by the cormmLifoners on a former day, Hr.
EnOroby decided in faior of Ithe validity or the clalnm,
and.Ihe other ceimm,.dionor haLain- hl- ia d t'erent opLs
io, the umpire had to decide ini avor of the tinding
which he rco-nidered to be proper.
Mr. C.irasm.s said he-appearedl on behalf of a number of
endtemen who are the owners of bonds granted origi-
nally on the faith of the Territory or Florida and wito,
under this convention 1undo a claim against thbe [titlcd
States fc.r pnyment or thee bonds. As the umprrffwas
perfectly aware, the Stateiiof Florida was ceded by treaty
by Seam to the Uriut.i States In the year IMP, and
the tUnled States were pot in possessiou of the sBeo-
relgi-tly aJ the Crown of Spain had hell it. and also of
seoh part of the laud as had beibnged to the Crown of
Spain, not merely La eoverlrgnty. but as ghe pouses-
cot ,n atsajlnte ownerhip. The United S(tBos became
the mnsters of Florida as absolute Owners, and hy
the 6uth article of the treaty it was arrange.d that the
inbabilante of the Territory should be Incorporated in
thie Union of the Ltnittd Stale as roon as wvs consistent
with the prinheiples of the federal constitution, an.l ad-
mitted to all Ihu r.ri sleges, rights and immunlites of ci-
tisens oth the Unieit States. In the year 1822 there was
estabbabed over Florida a Territorial government, the
forms of vhs-h were dictatedI add regulated by the Con
gri-r if the 'ioited States, and durmig the period of that
Territt-rtal gov-rcment a peat many of the circumi.
stances to which he had referred tool place Th. giver.
nor and legislative council at the Teritr, ry ha-i Ce.'lait
powersel government assigned to them Their power ina
to extend to all rightful subjects at leg,-lation, bht they
were required evcry year Io Iransmit to Congtass any
laws which they might pass, ant, if Congresa dsaippro.
ed of such laws they were thenceforth to l.e of n-. eteat.
To abc-io that Ih~s ieto ont he part of Congress Mas net
a matter of form, he begged to lefhlo t collection of
casee publh bed by Mr. GUoin, In whicli the Cougies.
baring rzansmilted to it certain tame that were Maused
by the rerrtitcry, and certaincbclrt.,r risen b> the Terra-
tory, niaefutl. entered into cunsdeiatoin oi them; and
to acme i-sees rcoit med them, in other canese dilappio rde
of them and re'dnue'd them ton nullity, and In other cases
made amendments in the las-s which were so pasascl.
Amongst other charters granted by the Goiernor and
Council, f the ferrilor, a charter 'at gianied In the
year 1siS to the Union Bank of FlorIda. That charter
was transmitted to the Congress, and referred to Lie
Judicary Committee. It was takeu Into consideraton
by tbem, and no di-approbation was extpr'nsed in rela
tion to that law. It wa In respect of that charter that
the bonds in support of which he appeared were issued,
and he begged to refer the umpire to the orm of the

bonda he charter authorized the bank to tesue the
bonds in these words --"To facilitate the negotliation
by bthe bank of a loan of one miL-ion of dollars, and the
ltailh of the Territory is pledged as a securirv." That
charter was approved of by the Congressaa, and'it became
firmly and irreversibly the law. Tfi' it could. be said that
the Unilted States were the principals in the transaction,
and the Territory was only the agent, there would bu an
endof all further discusion, and It wold be a matter
of ordinary conclusion to say that the Umiled States
were accountable for payment of the mhnds, but he
did not intend to malnt;in that proposition. It mn-.t
be evident, however, That there wai come manlDng
in Ilhe control which the CongbTss re.erseI to itelf
cover the acts of the Territory, and that to a greater or
lena extent the Uniled States must bae Involved In what
waE done by it. It wav of conslderable importance for
the United States to see that the power givon to the
Terrilory was wisely exercised, and that nothing shoald
be done by the Territory that would bring either dfficully
or ruin upon it, and therefore Indirectly affect the United
Stale, itself. That led to the conclusion that inasmuch
as the U'nited Stales conceived It proper andl necessary
to exercise this control, there lay upon it the mural obli-
gation not merely to say that thd power of flnancal ope-
ration which thie Tenitory posiesned, was wiely exer.
cleItl in the matter of borrowing, but there sho lay upon
it a moral obligation. correlativ e and co-exteniive, to aeq
IhaI the lean so effected with its sanction and approba-
then, should, when the proper time arrived, he discharg-
ed by the Territory. On the faith of that condition, the
bLntlhulders advanced their monpy, because bth bond-
Lolders con,-eivcd] that the Tvrritory woeldb he enrtrnltedl
i b L6:Leii ionti Uta Lthe capritevandd wnLi el ItS

* veenmnt. On the 3d of Mareh, 1845, the Territory
i came a State of the Unin; a connrtutlon wpes given
to Florida, Bandaanctinedl by O% e, ,and according
to the terms of thwit oentitt l on, o grt amount
of tan or revenue shall at any Ume be levied than
Smay be required for the necessary epenses ofr gu-
v, r ernment" He begged tha umpire to rcolUect
that before tMi union It was admitted that those
bonds were established as claims which the Terri-
tory of Fierida as bound to satisfy, and at thai
time the bondholders had a right to be paid by thie Ter-
ritory the whole of this oebt. They also before the
union would have had an appeal to the Congress of the
United States, net requiring payment from then as a,
debt due by them but seeking their intervention with
the Territory in furtherance of the procedure by which
Sthe United States had In the frst instance eiunsilertd
this loan and approved of it That being the position of
the bondholders before the union, they would ke what
effect this constitution had upon them. The elelo wae
to paraIt's Florida and render the repayment of the
debt by It impossible, bthe United States knowing all the
ffncls and the rights of the creditors. On every prinoi-
pie, lierrfore, of justice and fair dealing, the creditors
Shad a right to go to Congress and say,"You have spoiled
r our security and rendered imposibla lthe recovery of
this debt, and we seek from you compensation for the
l iujur you hivre wrought upon us." The part of the
i constitution which injuriously affected the bondholders
was that to which hIe had called attention, and from the
Moment Florida became a State of the Union it beamne
entirely impossible for Florida to discharge the debt
which she had contracted with them. The United
States were the governing body. They had the
Power to refuase to admit Florida into the Union
* except upon terms that would have p-ovided for pay-
Sment of this debt, or left Florida at liberty, accord-
I ing to her or;gnal obligation, to satisfy the demands
ofthe bondholdrTsi. But the United States ltied up ner
i hbends, and prevented her paying this debt, and the
creditors had therefrore a right to demand from the
Unted Stltes and from Congress compensation tor the
loss they had sustained by the consttulion shao had given
to Florida He begged to cail attention to a memorial
I tbat was premile-l by the credilots to Congress, p.)-iint-
ing out thle indebtilednesi of the Territory, and to obeerre
I at while the bondholders were endeavoring to secure
the good officis c.f the Ce'ogreas to'get a i.ttienmint for
them, the f'errltury wa. applying to Congress fi.r a df-
ferent purpo-.. In the ..-ry suie yenr io which the
boodholdterefI ld applied mi Ctoogr,.s to obtain the pay
meot of their debt, the Territory was complaining to
Cungrc'B c-f tie ecLailer that hiI- been grand to ths
'biank, an-d l the sum of m-oney that had been obtained
under it, and uf the n,-de i t v the lie faithof Ihe for
xlt.ry adli.ros e -tledgf'd, aonl a-iking Congre`s to l ke
'teepr' to have the "hat ter anntulledl and to authoiiz. the
Territory to repudiate the lI.. U. It would be found linthat
when the Territory had i, ," rolteI mat.ounil l ob he '1lit'
ji(rt of the bouk and Juu, ii theCLgAs- directed ihit a
tittniont abeshould be nimade relative to tihe bonds
issued ail everything that had been dene on i-.unif
tliem, and nothing coull boe considered more acCauriit
or more in doLtail than the Inlomti,,iiu suhicli
Congress took care to hat plaroit l b.: f.-t. it
ihen-fire nhun o 9 ra' coonil-icrlng the ri-, 'J t
tulion for Florida, tiey hoa-I l'f.ire th. m ihi-,. 'etuon If
ihe bondh'-ldera seeking lor pa3j uint of their debt, and
ihty brid the slatLtie,' r-tire to the whole subjet
lati Lbefore them. ie found also that the Territory as-
not content with memorializing the Congress on the
subject of this bank, but that before the constitution
was finally settled in the year 1842, the Territorial Legis-
lature passed resolutions, wlhch might be shortly de-
scribed by sBying they were resolutions of repudiation.
It affirmedthst the Governor and Counoil were never in-
vested with authority to pledge the faith of the Terri-
tory so as to make it responsible for any debt. That
was transmitted in the regular course, of business -to:
Congress, received by them in 1842, and laid upon their
table, and therefore it was evident that Congreii hbd
il nb lc subject pointedly brought bhforoe it. [here
was one article i which, it was said. rendJerol it nec,-Fiary
Ior the Unitod Stitea to receive Florida into the UOnion
without exrci;sing any control as to the tarmsin on lwhiJoh
it was admitted. it wss Aid that at saon as it wag Con-
istient nith the principles of the federal cmnsti-
tuton, it should be aidmirtetd t all the nbris,
pr'vdeges and immunities enjoyed by clins a i the
.Iloted Siatus. But did that eutitfe th-em to into.
duce into the conbtitution a provi-ion thai it should
not be taxed except for the "osecerzy expenses of the
grveanmuent?" At the timu Florida as admitted there
wa not a Stale of the Lnlou b that had sucb a term In-
uoduced into ite conuitlution and he beLeved t her,, was-
now .-al) one other State that had such a provision In-
serted. It was sad there was nothing iu the conittiu-
ion to prevent the ctato of Florida from paying the
debt Ahich It had coontraelted a a 'Ternlory, nod that
there was nLotlhuing to prevent the bondholders from as-
Sreting that riglt; but he sauumitlud that it was not to
be inferred that the term "niecsa'ry expenses of gov.
crnoment" included within it the payment of antecedent
debt-, an-I if Ihey -.lIrnitted thai the "necessary eO.x-
.ennea at governmneut" included the repayniment of
ebtl, tLohey "Icavu a dpor open" lor making charges
which if directly made, Would niot be p.ermitd. He
begeue to coil witoution to prncevd;ings that had taken
place tin the Houie ot RepijsutavsLi6 c.f Florida in the
3-eat 1645. It would heo toad fromL thejoarnals of the
egislatlJvoe Assembly thLat the question was agitated
tbhi linoDe.ember 184L, andthaton thBl15th of that
month a recolullon was carrldi roapectin it. A
memorial of the bc-ndhbjolar-r seeking for "payment
hao- bern prieented, hbich was referred to a com-
mittlee, who made a reporl, and. thereupon a
bill was Introduced providing for the payment
of the bonds; but that bill was rejected, and a reso-
lution was passed, "That the State h.-I no right under
it- nontttalhon, lo, lvy taxes for this purpose or to
tr-.ucb the question." the reprecniatlvres of
bse State-who, If anything were to be done by'the
State, cro ithe persons to decide what wa.s to be done-
a;dl that their hands were tied by the con1dttion hVey
Iact obtlainiud, that tlts war not I nocesasy expaenil or
iber-go':irnrm [t, and ii.i t] ivry could not leader payment
01 il I[' ** tl,:, *niii tLat, ci-r-.-iO r l th or Jitt-s.uaitd
euch a caet as Dthey aleg.d, stillU C.nge.s haul got, u
.power to iay them, but tIray that Cungr:ass hadi not'tihe
pou-mr to paya. w -..hechecing the vholequetieon, because
Lcoge. ha"d Ithe poser by the constitutilon to p&y all
drbu,. and itf this be a deblLCongros hadl the power to
pay II. But there si another anBivwer to lhlita-cir-ln
Ibhe commission wis hitting theru by virtue ot a convren-
tion bleta-ten Great Britain mnd thel Unitei Statei', and
the high ocOnLatiuacing parties to it hald' emngicd that ee.
ry claim which in juLce ande equity tleb'commieir.n
&Lshould declare to be go.-d, should be made go.1t "He was
aile losheir an analagou case inu ihI.-h the Congregs
bhii r .rovided for the rrpn imeit ofa n lebt due by three
cilmri in C-liJIbi, an-I if a cuI'ni t of this, kud ,ere put
aside by any ingenious device, the purposes of the coq,
veiton would not be answered. .
General THOMAS, on the part of the Punlln d Clats gov-
ernment, opposed te Li. m of the bondholders but be-
fojF going1ito the iuc tliton he b,9.:d to refer to a letter
he had received in reference to anob'-erastion mroale by
him on a iforirmer day In that laLtor the writer co)m-
iltained that heti hd male a statenient that lhie claims ol
t-e bondholders had not been present.-i to the gov-rn-
ment el i the L quite SLtates by the Blit,.h government,
andthat .tbre British government had reifide l to present
them. That, he a.lmitted, was too strong a term to use;
but though the d k-cuments e onl-. ;how ithbL thL Btith
government had recommendeIl the eaie Io theb good
oLe i of tbs United States, that va! not a prer-enadon
(nf lbe claim, to tho United tiatei grv-nrmeint. Hoea-
ever, he didn't think that hi arigment would be at al I
aJbtCtej by that CLrcinmtance Be had shown, one
former occasion, that the Cruireis ef the L'tnled Slaes
could only cootreril debts by KI- or treaty, thliat ctrtan
term i should be observed, and tat none. of those orm-,
hba been observed ;a their sapriiosied approval 01of the uel
o" r-erida. or In the adn-istsou of Florida into the Union.
His learned optrinert placed Ibc obligationo ru the Un..-d
States as amoral obligation; but it was difficult for him
to put it in a tangible form, because it had none of tIe
features of a moral obligation which courts of equity
had been in the habit of conui-lering. It was Erild that
this was an equitable cldaim, but he bad shown that Lie
Supreme Cuizt had jurisdiction over afill cases arising in
law apu equity, under the constitution of the Untedd
states and it this were a claim in eqoiry, arelng under
the consILitulon of the States, that court would nave
jurludieton. But it was admitted there -as or such
remedy, and henqe it could not-be an equitable claim in
any legal sense. Since the discussion on the previous
occasion, the prospectus that had been put forward had
fallen Into hg hands ; showed clearly what the
persons who had taken this loan understood. It showed
that they had inveatfgated.the matter, and there was no
appearance of any moral obligation being suppoed to
exist et tbat time, or any legal obligation. 'lbs whole
of the prospectus went to show that the takers of the
bonds looked to the Territory alone, and to the other se-
curities that had been given to them. and to the credit
and character of the Stlte when it should become ia
State. TIl first security was the capital of the batik,
equal in amount to the bonds the second security was
the sinking fund, which would elect its object in foti--
teen years; the third was the property of the stobk-
holders ; and the fourth, thn faith and credit of the Ter-.
ritory and State of Florida. This was an explicit decla-
ration, pledging the faith of the Territory and of the State
wjienit should become aS tate; andit was stated in'iart-
tin's Reports, in the case of a navigation company In
New Orleans, and the law had naver been doubted, that
a Territory: might make a contract that ,oadd bind It
when it should become a State. If e'er tb--re was a fair
and ful indication of what the nature of the security
was to be, it was given in this case. The United States
contracted debts like other nations, but it was not casual
that it should become bound to pay debts on the prin-
ciple of a moral obligation. It stipulated when it agreed
to pay a debt, and that was the course of the British
government. He hold in his hand a bond which had
been isesned'by the province of Canada, -nd which was
rery like the Florida bond; but It was not contended anr-
where that it was binding upon the British empire. it
had been said by the American counsel for the bond-
holders, that tthe persons who imposed this obligation
uponPloriao, were officers of the United States. The
Governor,It was true, was appointed by the President; but
the law was passed by the representatives of the people,
eamnsaly elected, and the Governor warned thelegislature
and might be considered as warning the bondholders of the *
terms on whichthose bonds weretaken. He said there isas

no power to sue the Territory; that when .theyaccepted p
those obligations they did so on the faith of the territory,
and that the Territory ought to be careful not to under.
take obligations which it could not fulfil. 'He eggedto
callattenlion to the provision of the constitution of
Florida, that no greater amount of tax shonldHe levied
than wma required for the nectnaury expenses of the
government. As the constitution was originallUy report-
ed, It contained these words--"That no other or greater
amount of ltax shoul-I be leved,' and he contended that
thib striking out of ihe itvordn, --other or," was a conoi-
sive proof thj, it wae consaidcred that the necessary ex.
penestof govrcnitnt should inclide the dlebts of the
Territory Suppose a lean was ral.em to flit out an army
for the Crbmea, would not Great Britiao p,,y the nlteret
of that loan as a necessary expense of the government'
Florida, so far as the power of contraculug debts was
ccncerned, was as much a SLtare and nutih n as ifbhe
were entirely Independent nf rhe general government and
it was imnossBBible for Florida to Fret rid of the obhigation
to pay herjustdebts. She migot utopitn cRonsitution
eterj week, and say she would not ray her debts, bu Isthat
could not bae any- elect -on.] ibhen L.,.ught bel'-ir.' the
highest tribunal ;I thle cnonitry it wouJld siv that a nation
must pay its dehbis hnwevpr Irequently ii might change
its constitution. Florida was boOlind to par, and there
was no legal and connlilutiouli obectiu)n '.tiandlog in
the ay, and it was a subterfuge, unworthy of the ppo
pie of Florida, ot any Lisiiied Stote, o10 put i Up a [lCa of
1hi. Lin.i. tinror ,oidlte it' ilI Ipht. It t 'I, v ',.I litt
ue Congress had passed a law assuming the debtoi 1

It is scarcely neces
fot mation contained
conflmned by the fact
formed by the Carro]
25, that a tremendous
southwestern portlo
evening last, carrying
before it. We are no
ticulars, and -thereft
our Information is, t
a northeast and the o
-met immediately .
Sldon) and the win
furyasetoblow doni
one solitary house st
-in short, cverythitD
path of the tornado
utroyed. Fortunately
liave heard of, thuugi
E. Crippin, and one i
have forgotten, were
gerously, injured, by
timber with which th
The two clouds pa
reactions, with nabat,
r nivp" wee done, n
Uo ff own fancera, W

I I -- .. I

ihrldMdtisinthe Die
fore Itidiht done
*Ct#Eraent, becau
.; kever that
I tfe., f irthey tch
they-algTt do t, or O
P q ,tho s ad
a CinwB replied
ThomBasto a letter w
the nadbohkleris In w
tlont a statement
Thomas on a former
wsa eaase which had
trety under which t
it la mnianireat from
v ru1ieglt that they
to the govrunmentc
Icoo hry, had refu
noteimTonas La
VI mply that th
believed this to beo
meManre% to urge i
States goseroment.
calml Jo the ract tha
the'atteocton of th
Palmaelaion, and then
forward as a claim
but that lord Palme
offices or the America
however/ was the dip
meats urged claims u
the language held by
held la every cae o
county to the mini,
was not asking the ti1
either government th
InSinuated that theI
brieve thiid to be aju
rvply, and upon the a
occereceid tbinPt dc
case, Mr. Hanuen, vi
ment there, could
law officers' or this
of the boodholere,
being unfavoratble.
lavorable to the
conlended, notithiat
hoemae. dihat the lert
peroDe sto u6s in tI i
B3,itith government c
or gorEromrnt, but
a raEnrd th e preaen
never cnOlra,'tcd a I-.
Paittaient, nnd Par]
ment ofit. He di.i n
the tnitv.i Slate. to a
for the cri tn
pOrf.r to inc.dinL th
cpntie -a atao it could
UFliri,\ny State
tided there ,s no cia
conl1ttt,:.n (4o a liL t.U
I Air C.'r-s-But iW
rep1ii:. icd It.1 l 'cbtsI
bi eilitD In hib COrP
be to ensil, them to
psyr If the C'mmii-
bondholders agaldnt I
malttr might be afier
and the Siate, but if
noet, tle coovernton
M ajesty was ho.mdi to
Placee. a a settlement
General IouAts-A
Mr. CAIMRs venture
that, having etabhlis
declaration of the COU
one. The case was n
As a province, Canada
wkicLh he had mad(
taken place which c
obtain pyament of the
Columbia, the fact o
did not aiTfect the argi
etane that in that ca
to pay off the dibt
The care stands ove
Mr. CAn.%x app.eared
said he uwoul statLe V
When thi- Zasieof T
she W9s In want of m
*naval-armamerti, and
agitmenet, bought, 1
to renat, it was
and bonds Were I
to Mr. Hi.liford
66,lb0. 'Ihey wer
to hbtar Lntere-t
nod %ere payable o
venues of the reptbli
payment of the prineI
coding to'an act oft
act. wea passed teoje
regard to all the loan
lie ui to t hat time, t1
tie sere plidged. In
to the Unllted tites, R
dien all duLe" uponi
by iho republic o 'itx
United States. Ble co
tlib loan oe Mr. HnldfoI
that Mr. HBld]urd %a.
that UCngTps bad bee
ject to evry) charge t
United States had ber
lu 18b60 the gc.vcrnmniu
a crtain pt.rlio nE ite
ageted to pay ten mil
ver, mLhones of dollar
tU vICom the ito inr
should Eign a r 'elha
[ronm any claim on ax
fore, a declaration fin
a ;tcJa gnIlj t hlienm
their hanur l"beeciunCI
-c It nI r i.T I
-LuLit l o L-6iL st.1u
a- a de'bt or chinrge ul
SlhIts, but he nai not
He uiged it, bhcauso
duW1i anid xpcn Ihe
itlh.,iancing whL&t lhu
0to th. rnDUbilry th t
sertoinLd by thu I.niC
'l r..D-ier.n n a I Itrtr
tLIe five mnilLt:.nD ea d
and be t by m,-elro,
.Hate yvie ihabin to
General T urin .'s, %li
a lirngihon r r-.)rnilr
(f the Unittd States
had nothinUg to do tritl
Mr. CAftrlu ot-er't-
called upon to reply,
but there wa: nothing
Tie ca-.e .tand,v oc.
sic, atrs
Revelations of th-
The following late
cently addressed toI
U. L Minut, a Chen
MosxUn LEhxim
since the commence
j elies of observati
the atmosphere exp
that tahe place. Ta
three ho1 s.
I have collected, c
the highest ietoeret
upon paper by the
whch I bend you, es
ef my observations,
rtive efieots of the
battle of Alma, of t
(cannon fira at the
the bombardment of
the 25th of October.
I hope to be able I
Is not, as is coma
merely intended toi
but a mobile appara
places us in common
pherical phenomena
What Is remarlka
from 600 to 800 leas
produced on it In a
cannon. Observed,
cannot fall, In certa
the highest utility it
The object to whli
tention is t1Is:-
I hwe no occasion
mencemert of the Ib
you have already rec
but I can announce
will not be belied by
yesterday a cannona
during the tear wI
comprising those of t
boen atrdment of Odi
ing befr ro Bebsetopt
SBegood enough to
that I send you. Yo
hours the barometer
the figure which rep
to those produced by
moat verticalan inde:
it is accompanied, of
the cannonade.
In a few days you
news of the 25th, whi
Uon of what occur
proved, [have no da
ble of the whole cam
In the meanwhile I


THa BS uon Pon Sm Joax FRANwmxN.-The Mhi-
neaota Pioseei- contins the following letter from
Sir George Simpson, Governor of the Hudson's Bay
Company, to the postmaster of St. Paul, relative to
the new expedition In search of the remains of Sjr
John Franklin and bis party:-
HUDsow's BAY HoSa,.
LAonniu, Nov. 29, 185L .
Bin-The bearer, Mr. James BissOett, of the Hud-
son's Bay Co.'s service, takes his departure hence
for Red Elver settlement, via Minnesota Territory, in
charge of important desplthes for fitting out an ex-
pedition toh be employed next snmmernader laistrno-
lons from her Majesty's government to continue the
searheb for Sir John Franklin's party upon the Arctic
roast, where they were lest seen, as reported by Dr.
Rae. This service hasenlisted the sympathy of all
classes In America as well as England, and I feel as-
geed that you will cheerfully render to Mr. Blissett,
and the voyagers who accompany him, every assist-
nce in jour power In the prosecution of their Jour-
ney, It being of the utmost Importanog that trioe In.
structions of which ho is the bearer Should reach
Red rver(rat an early date. I am, slr, yoar obedie
asrvant, o. Slta'IsoN.
Governor Sinpson has selected a very suitable pe
Ron for the Iresz,'eot ,'a*%atr'ee ulmru-t.d ti


triet,of ,uoahtbl, and that thele.' Will off Re ew hn tLArs J '
In tihisg ae; but the eases iyare en- LATEJ O? RALOnr ODF ldJ f,. i '
ase the Otiagiiens laerIsed eolnaliv n $ht aMe fthe Faither, B& Zand Ha Ghoot..-
djtirict Is all.oelM whatever, and l ,
des to pay the debts of tease Sdtie J Thi lut willnSld testaenit or Rd.v JOhln birady
anjy otherthingthat was withlulthe of rf tfordonntcutc A erictAeca.
lye Asseambly.. .-f [ bd en eiu,&els
LAReereB-e. wa made by Gaena J Inpriimo, I order all my debts be paid.
bdth was' written to him by oue of Secandly, the remainder of all my property, reil
which be expressed bis dlssatisfac- or personal, be disposed of as follows:-
that had been made bty -General 'I. I bequeath to my nephew, Patrick Brady, of
occasion, when he urged that this COioughbauly, onty Coaan, Ireland, three thounLad
I ne-er been contemplated by the ya cnI (ont
he convention wan sitting, and that dolar's- $8,00 .
the course taken by the British go- 2. 1 bequeath to My jece, Mrs. A n O'Reilly, of
had never presented those claims Hartfoid, ewo thousand dollars-t2,000-to be used
of the United States, but, on The by her according to her best judgment.
Aed to do so. ihe obl'ect Ge-. 8..1 bequeath to Right Reverend John Fitppit-
d In view at the time was rick, or his successor, two thousand dollars, for the
hie British government, if they attended now cthedral of Boston, Mass. .Alsoone
a junt claim, would have taken thousand dollars for a chapel over the remains of
t upon the attention of the United th vtoberememered Benedict Fenwc,
uGeneral Thonmae's attention a do tihopfto-- nam m hred Bhndleta llcs-k
t he claim had be*n brought aunder Bishop of Boston. I all, three thousand dolls-
Le American government by Lod $3,000. -
i.he urged that it was not drought 4. I bequeath to-my two sieter- in Ireland, to-wit
for which redress was demanded -Cathitrioe and Bridget,Ave hundred dollars,
rsuion had merely solicite-. the good equally divjded between them- and -
&a government respecting it. That, 5. b iiueith to my esiser Mary, living at Preston,
plomatic eway in which all govern, .Wayne county, Pennsylvania, one hunred doQart-
iepon-theparct of their subjects; and $100 bequeath to my Liece, Mrs. Mary Reilly, in
Lord Palmerston was the Iangug
Lf eknd w the nind byone the Wtest, one hundred dollars.
ter of another. He (Hr Cairns) 6. 1 bequeath to my nelce, Bridget Brady, alias
empire to decide the case by what Lamb, one hundred dollars--100.
bought about It. but It having been 7. 1 bequeath to my old, good housekeeper and
government of this counrry did not rnnre--to wit, Ann Marnell-five hundred dolltrs-
ist claim, he as entituld to say in M 00. As also to the above, one of the best beds
utb.rityofalebtter from the Foreign and bee ding In the house.
ay, tueat Eo far from that beintog the 8. 1 bequeath to my other good housekeeper and
i.n rpreseuined the Brntinh govern u a-to wit, Caebamme Pieston-onehundred doL.
elate Ilhntt the opinion of tile 'se-owpun ~ am ~etn-n hnrdd
country wat takenion the cae ]ar. hbe would get more, but she is old and not in
and so far [rum the opinion want-$100.
their op.nimn was antiely 9. I bequeath t.) Ma-y Nolan, of Harriseon avenue,
cafe of tie bonuihol-lers. Be No. 220, Boston, Mass., $500.
tndinrg wat had been said by Gen. 10. I bequeath to the new Catholic Orphan Asy-
am mo uLbUlgaLior'." sA a pro. lmr of HartfLrd, one thousand dollars-S1,000.
ea... It sL. aske.], did noit the Aid I would grant them Crv, but the way I have
o,.sder loans as necenesary e0imses bean treated by the Bishop of the Diocese.
lhere i. l was no 5sy 6twvte-n rui-h
ti, becuaue the Bit.Ih ohettunent u 11 1 do bequeath, as a corner stone for aOathollo -
so except upmni the authority .*f Orphan Boas' Ayl]um, one thonudii dollars. This
Itment aleo auth.r,-.d the nrpavy ia To be deposited in bank, atid not given up ere the
ot believe there wias any power in house is half finh6ed.
air ithecoiontutioo c.i il th, i Statlo 12. 1I co beqeath to the' Ctholic poor, but de
ibliung ;t to pay ilb .isb h ,r uay eervir.gwld,.wa, flvehunred dollars. Tnisltobegiven
term of territuoy., for wn-,n it b-.- to ne w(.ti Catholic members, to hbe given out to
oct be alteed.. the poor, al they kLow toe good irom the bad. bet.
aG i-n aler hti-I co -stiturv lo, t ier than iny pitesat who tidl came after me for
aige made thlat I! rCoatii ar t ti-u ayIae
nlted Fnl, tq many I- tat.
an it likely that thibis tai, tl. had 13. 1 hequatnh to an orphan child, celld Miry
would take morsuri to obLtain an Jane, niece to Ann Maraudl, ttlee lindreddolersa-
,tlitulion. IheerfTect of ,hichb w'caul f300.
pay a Ilent w icli hibr woull nr.t 11 d I beqeatlb to my nephew. Matthew Brady,
.ernri- nldoed th'. claim of ithe now in the West, ive baundied dollars-S500. This
the Tnatrd Stue-s oerro, ut, the is to be givi u to himt as his brother of Middletown
raris edjuted br een Congres 'y thisk best.
they deoeIced against thes laimants
wouli bar them for eru, for her 1h. 1 bequeath to my neice, Mrs. Ann Carlon, five any setdemrnt that took hundred doUais-$500. She lives in Hartford.
t of the clinims of her ubiectt 16. I bequeath to my niece. Rose Smyth, five
I against Lthe United States. hundred dollre. She took good care of my mother
ed to say, with great submission, in Ireland.
bed the claim, he should have the 17. 1 bequeath to the son of my niece Mrs. EUllen
tnu.on that th e claim was a good O'Reilley, wile of Bernard O'Rellley, who live In
t wnalhagound to a the dae f Caorada. Preston, Wayne county, Penn. Toe seon is entered
w as hound to pey the debt for
Herself liable, but'a change had under the ministry of the Catholic Church. I wil
closed up their access to Flrda to him five hundred dollars.
Sdebt. itI regard to the ease otf 16 1 bequeath to my conauin, Rev. John Brady,
if ts being ibtLe-t ". f government P. P., Larab, five hundred dollars, as also my watch
ument reinlting frm the cirumat- chains, &c.
6 Congress had provudn.i ihb fund The refidae of my property after Rev. Johq
Brady, mty nephew of Middletown takes to himseaif
rfor the decision ofthe u -mpIre -five hunored dollars; and Right Rev. Biahop
ionJAMES HOLDpat ORD'S Cri a. Fitzpatrick take. for himself five hundred dollars,
dt on thie part of Xr Holdf~rd anxd
ery snortly the nature of te clim. [ whicl] 1 leave for my burial and maeses to be said
rteas beam eTrer-d1 from Meiuco, ir the iepote of [ly] soul.
noney, and, above all, in vant of a I, the undersign ed, do certify the above to be my
Mr. Soldiurd having, pu, uaut to la]t will and testament, ia sound mind, and that all
itted out anu-I sent a I team ve.wel wi'ls heretofore made by me are null and void.
accett-Led by the government, And I oo hereby set my nand and seal, in taoe pre-
issued by the State of Texas sen e of reach and every one of the three witnesses
for the sum, altogether, of whose amets az subscribed. "
re iBsued in July; 1839, were Jom m BADYv anSeal.
at ten per cent oper annum, Jm B an ea.
thirty years. The fai.t and re-
ic were solemnly pledged for the New Patents IJsaedl.
pal and interest of the loan, ac- List of patents Issued from the United States Pa-
he republic of Texas; and another tent Office, for the week ending De.:emher 12,1 J851,
ataar(Lrwvards, declaring thatwith each bearing that date:-
& that wero elected for ibthe repub- me, o ut M ., or poe n
to faith and revenues of the repub. N athan Ames, of Baugs, Mas., for improvement
the year 164b Texas was Manexed inpolgraphs.
Rnd, in consequence of thatannexa- Nathan Ames, of Saugus, Mass., for improved po-
mports that bad been leviedi before lyg&raph.
xan panaed nto the revenue orf the UGaetaen Boonelli, of Turin, Eardinla, for improve-
ntended that for lbe repayrient of meet in c operating looms by electricity. PAtented
ild, the imp.rtdutie, er pledged, in France, August 15, 1863. '
Sin the position oaf a mrtgagee, B.F. Brown, of J)orcHester, MKa., for improve-
come pos-.sssdd or these duties, sub meet in hanging carriage bodies.
hat wa, cpon them and that the
noe ha. to 0 th hrge Matthew Cridge and Samuel Wadsworth. of Pitts-
nt of ithe [nitea Staloes purchased Burg, Pa for improvement in oselllatinfug steam en-
erlluEty Jrom Ie0LI, for wich they giles.
lions ui dollar, bit thr' sttaied Win. F.Cumberlanud, of Newark, N.J., forim-
a in their hands until revery pciron provemeuts in machines for bending metal. Pa- :
SddLIti oh TEXan esic epiedrd.d tealed in England, January 23. It64. I '
a8 esuerattg time Unite-i t. t Thomlas 0. Cutler, ol New York, N. Y., for linm.-
c^tibt tbsreoni'they hod, iture
,in the nted i, ih ttr, provetuerit in machines forcrua.t-ung and grinding
itdihat thby hdm gi t tir- y ,iu, mineitl aBr.d other subestancts.
tictho.e.cutct'ieo.e,,:s -an inuj.,m- Chtanes Danforth,of Patereon. N.J.,for improve-
Itht il-i.- is an ulia,,ui..lint melt inD bo,'lea four eptin, i.g cotton .
i'l to.. i,-ns,ter u t rn' L.v 'i.-eo Ce'rgr W. Frenh aend William WVag6tatff, of Canll-
pon ibogorernuint ot tibu Lltd binoge, Mlass.. for iupeoved njethod of destroyling
ulye 1he claiut upon that grodol venoin. '
Ipt 'a charged UpoL the ,mprt Moes Gatres, of GallUopilis, Ohio, for improve-
pulhc lanJd, naod i-t,.ndon, not- nert in hoes
ut I br en eald on a 0rI'.r l'o~casion
,t en ad aimn ai;,m:.L.rr11 ocsl o Jnrc. Good, of Philadelphia, Pa., taor improvement
L.i.c ;un i wa .. eatd by (,o,,rd I coffins.
l, ibi lb, tb-e ver. ro;, .,e;(.ulut E, L. Hagar, of Frankfort, N.Y.,forimprovemint
I-.llars, but that amt niot'the ti-e, in harrows.
J toie tici tu show that tiet, iuii...i J. W. Hoard, of Providence, B. I., for angler's
raB th.5mn-yi.s combined float and sinker.
,o hae nd-lie5 -edt lea c Immiron, rs Enocht Jackmaa, of Portlaud, Conn., for improve-
dany, braiels outnit'ad, on 1 iesioImi mntila securing carpettfor
Zqm .ha
ths catm n JacobJenkins ad John Cooke, of Winsted,
d hat, whun ono was generally, Con,, for improvement In hub bands for carriages.
ther- was romothing to answer, Edward0 C. Johuson, of Lowell, Mass., for im-
g to re ply tu intithis case. 1 pruvfment in flyers.
r for the deciEion of the eomm;s- H. A. Lutigens, of Paterson, N. J, for improve-
S' ; mint in cutoffregumators for steam engines.
oe Barometer-The Splrltn ^John W. Lovecraft, of Rochester, N. Y., for feed
oa ph Supla secte.t I motion for sawing light lumber. "
creating communication was re. William Lyon, ofNewark, N. J., for improvement
the French Minister of War, by In sewing machines. .
nist of St. Briene:- Henry H. Old,, of New Havenii, Conn., for im-
SST. Bacxm Oct 2r, 1854. provements in propulsion of vessels.
USTE--I have occupied myself, Eldridge H. Penfleld, of Middletown, Conn., for
aent of the Eastern war, with improvement in dock holders for horses.
onus onthe modifications itch James Percy, of New York, N. Y., for Improved
teriences from the eianonades gold collector. "
ae observations re made every Henry A. Boe, of West Andover, Ohio, for it-
provement in cheese vats.
in the effects of cannon, facts of Joel H. BRess, of New York, N. Y., for improved
t, which I reader intelligible byRiometic regulator for hot water apparatus,
aid of figures, a specimen bof George Both, of New York, N. Y., for improve-
racted hastLily from the result meet in looms.
and which represent toe compa- Sylvanus Sawyer, of Fitchburg, Mass., for rattan
e canonadeas of Odessa, of the machine.,
he day of the Gth of Ootobeorf GecrgeW.Stedman,ofVlenna,N.J., forimprove-
a Invalides,) of the opening or ment insewlng machines.
f Sebstopol, and of the dety o Daniel W. Shares, ofHamden, Cohn.,for improve-
ment in seed planters and oultivators.
To eastablish that the baroeter Jetemlah Sever, of Bristol, Conn., for improve-
tonly thought, aa instrument r~ent in machines for scraping metals.
indicate ram and fine weather, Edward Stieren, of Alleghany county, Pa., for um-
tns, excessively sensitive, which provement in processes of treating the mother
ulcation with all great atmos- water of salines.
Benjamin F. Taft, of South Boston, Mass., for
Ie in this instrument is, that at booing machine.
;uee of distance an impression Is Henry Waterman, of Hudson, New York, for ia.-
few hours by the discharge of provement In condeneers for steam engines. "
with care and Inte~ligence it Daniel P. Weeks, of -MaIden, Mass., for improved
,in circumstances, to become Of hot air .nmace.
a tile ot war. Jacob weimar, of New York, N. Y., for Improve.
ihI ventueato direct your a- ment in door locks. .
1 Charles W. Wyatt 6t fNew York, N. Y., for lot.
to apprite you of the cam- chile for dressing felony,.
bombardment of Sebastopol, as Daniel L. Wifsar, of Duxbury, Mass., for improve-
lelved the news of it officially, maiut in ship's eindlassegs
to yon with a certainty which John Andrews, of Winchester, Maes., assigner to
the facts, that the day -before himself, Nathaniel A., Richardson, and Gardner Sy-
do suoih as has not taken place cones, o( same place, for improvement In seed
iloh is about to elapse, even planters.
the siege of Silistria and of the M. J. Liebernan, of New Yo~k, N. Y., assigner to
Mss, commenced in the morn George S. Hanford, Solomon H. Hanford, and John
ol. E. Hanford, for improvement in water-proofing
cast your eye over the table cloths, &c.
on will see the-e that in 48 Win. and Henry Tiebe, of Cincinnati, Ohio, as-
rose 30 millimetres, and that signers to tWemselves and Herman H. Horman, of
resents this rise, comparatIvely s ame place, for Improvement in casting the spouts
the other bombardments, is at- of tea-pots.
c with the other signs by which Joe. Perkins, of Salem, Mass., assigner to himself
the intensity of the action of end Henry P. Upton, of same place. for Improve-
intment in trussing yards to vessels masts.
will receive from Sebastopol EBsssuu.-Moses Ponnock and Samuel PennoeoK
cch will give you full informa, ofEast Marlborough, Pa., for improvinent in seed
red on that day, which has planters. Patented 12th March, 18.1. Re-Issued
onbt, one of the most memora- B0th October, 1845. Re-retossed December 9,1864.
paign, DaSioN,-Nathanlel P. RIchardson, of Portland,
-remain, &o, &c.. Me., tr design for cooking stoves.

Cx, L o MA.O u
seyTfor unstoadd that the In- CANADIAN, L.isLAT... MT s.-Atf last sao
thts jetur w a ubsquetlytt
Stics letterounts a series of resolutions, advocating the expe-
's" *_ ___ W dianey of amending the Customs Duty Acts in
Mosersstne5-We are In- Canada, had been adopted by the House of Assem-
li2n (Miss.) Democrat of Nowv. y in session at Toronto, and will probably eem-
u hurricane passed over the bodied in a bill and passed. In that case a reduc-
n of this county on Thursday tion of four hundred thousand dollars per annum
g destruction and devastation will be effectod in the customs receipts.
at in poassession of the full par- The inquiries of the Committee on Contested
re cannot go into details but Elections have revealed nsome curious facts. In one
bat two clouds-one travelling of the lower counties of Canada,for example so nui-
ther a northwesterly direction venral was the suffrage that about one mndred
over the town of Marion (or morevotes were recorded by the returning officer
d raged with suob maddened than there were men, women and children in the
6 the entire town. I1 left but entire county. In another, the returning office e-
auding. Hounts, trees, fences cleared himself elected, and in others, accounts were
g which happened to lie In the so strangely blended that the government had to
i-were blown down and des- appoint special commilionera to Investigate affairs.
, no lives were lost that we Resolutions have been introduced Into the House, at-
hi we regret to learn that Mr. teaching severe psenalttles to all such violations of
or two others, whose names we law regarding the purity of elections, and future
Very badly, though not dan- violations may lead to the disfranchlaement of the
being strloken with pieces of counties concerned. '
be air was fled. Official salaries have betn raled from ten to
seed on In their respective di- twenty -five per cent. .
ated fury. Whether any further The Hon.Mr. Hinerks has written a powerful pamr-
nore ttan to up-ro0t. trees sad I.hlet o'inm, n-rn'esr fi' nf thl? -..t1-n al tcia'e t
re have not bal Informned, que8t!;n of Loeer Caa&.

neaee zi o rElh avatv eatosMng,.
[From Ctheclati dUGette, -P. 12.]
-The pitsens of svnonwr tart"ied sterday
mornu t'byt'he noun ft that Col. R. B. OCar-
penteraattoraey at law, bed been abotdown in
tle et trmt yv~ 4 Perkins, prprttfthei -
nati and oington omnibus lie, bb of whom are
resident of that city-mn biaraoter for re-
aleots lnlity has always been ipeabale. eTher
wamunh said during yesterday totheeteof
the my; but all the rmon afloat were nut osuch
iilhlLatysa to juatily as in making them public.
The one which was most prevalent Is,that Mr. Per-
ks had understood Ithat for some time Iast OoL
Carpenter bad been laundering hisfwife, by stating
that she was an Improper woman. Mr. P. also
alleges that on Snidary last Mr. Uarpernter had
stated to a friend ol his thatMr.Perkins hadc aught
Shim (Carpenter) in bed with Mrs. Perkins, and was
too big a coward to reset it. This, Mr. Perkins
says, so enraged him that ht procured a revolver
and dettigntuea tLat as soon "as e met &oL C. ha
would make an effort to takA hls'life. Yesterday
morning about 8 o'clock, as Cot. Carpenter was
leaving the Post Office, situated on aKaiset, near
Fifth street, and was gringup Madisan street, read-
ing a letter, he was confro.ted by Perlkinm oaing
down Madison street, who pulled a reolver,
and presenting it at Carpenter's head. fired.
'Not a- word passed between them. tarpean-
ter turned his htad, when Perkins fired a
second time, the ball entering the right side
of the windpipe; eand passing around the
neck, came out of the back of the neck
on the left side. -In ita passage the ball injured lthe
nerve sufficiently to produce paralysis but it lai
thought it did not injure aiy of the vWtaJ. rgna.
Caronter dropped his head when Prrkinsa poted
the pistol at stomach and fired agin, eball
peasing through his clothes, andt muakin a flesh
wound a few inches from his abhmen. Carpenter
then raised his hard and attempted to push Per-
kins away. Perkins then ranm Into the Pose Oflise,
and Carpenter, placing his bands on his neck, with
the aistanSe orf twro gentlemen, walked to Dr.
Blackburn'a .ffi.e, about hair a equ ire dtil tnt from
the Post Office. Des. Evrass, T. N. Vitlse, Black..
bur-u, and others, wire ummedlateiy sent for, wh',.
upon arrival, dr-resd the wound, and administered
to him some itimolarts. re was then carried to
bhis residence on Tetth street, near Wahmngon,
wb(re esery attention rwas being given ton tim uno to
a late hour last oibi. After the affray, 51r. Per-
kins was arrested upon view, by Magisata. SItLh-
gate. who 6o.mmitted-l htmto jail for examination,
wr-lhob took place yesterday afternoon in me City
Hall, in toe prseen.-e of several Iundcrd pirons,
and before MAgistrates Soutlligate and Beale. Meors.
Hniahinson, Dudley aeni Judge Kinkaid appeared
(.r the presecntion,ard Mess. J. W. Stevenson,
McGill and Phelps appeared for the prisoner. The
charge preferred against Perkins was that of mali-
ciously shooting wath lament to kill R. B. Carpenter.
Several physicians were examined as to the na-
ture of Ithe wound, bud the condition of the patient.
They testified in substance that the wound, being a
gun shot wonid, was of all wounds the most dan-
gerous; that the p obabilitles were that Colonel
Carpenter moat die; that the chances of recovTery
were decidedly gains him, and rhat it would be
fhom three to five days before the result could be
known. The meedoing of the paries and the ren-
counter waslestlified to, the substauce of w .ith we
have given above. Tbe prosecution urged that the
prisoner stbonJd be committed to jail, without ball-
at least until the fate of Colonel Csrpenter is known.
The deience resigted tse motion, and claimed that
the charge under which the prisoner was arraigned
was bailable.
The Cuurt declared that the prisoner should he
admitted to bail, to appear before tie Miarcli term
of the lI bir it Court-. The bail was fixed at $10,000.
in default of bail he was committed to jail.
11 O'CLOCK P. M.-BSinee the above was written
we learn that the diflicalty between Cl0. Carpenter
and Mr. Perkins about the wife of the latter has
been going on from five to seven years, many times
the parties meeting, and after exchanging hard
words would-separate, each threatening the other's
At 1 o'clock last night CoL Carpenter was lying
very low, and was not expected to live twenty-foar
S t+n East Indila Company.
[Prom thc St. Lhuis latelLigencer, Dec 4.] .
It is worth while, perhaps, to mention the iqper-
tent and interesting I&b. that for about two week
there has been dise sied in private circles in St.
Louis the scheme of organizing, in this city, a seom-
pany to open a direct trade between St. Louis and
Ctusna, the isles of tee Pacific, and the Pa:idc sea-
board. he rniame at present suggested for this
company is the one ivedn above, tme New East In-
dia Compani-ard it is not risking much to predict
that the operations of Lhe company wil, in time,
moke as great an irpresaion on the cummreroe of
the world, and the powe. and detiany of raiceaa
it' great prototype ol England, n',w ruling e large
a j.otion of Southern Asia. We are prepared to
atate that the namei and influence of citieas are
already pledged to the scheme soffiiaint t) ensure
it sn nsposmitg introduction to the lIst of the great
schemes and gigainticeeaerprises of modern tunes.
Ir is not necerary togo very fulty into porticn-
tare at ih i, time, In regard to ths maie-, dSffica
I to say, lhat the firi step pop.-ed is a imple
and practice! one. It is the immediate estabiseh-
ment of a eesa-week y overland stage and trans-i
portation line lh6lt(en same point oa the Missouri
otver-say Kaua-as--ad the Pacific ocean--the
termini, as well as the route, to be dietermmined by
the company after it is organized.
Some few have been made of the cost
of thi6 prlximilary Gperation, Lad It is thought
that such a lire of semi weekly tranait a.:ross the
continent canbeestablhshed snd mnliutaailedayear
on a capital or fo00,000, with all the conveniences,
and personal comfort thaI are to be had in any
great stage line in ite Sttes. It is -contemplated
to have petrmsnent nations not over thirty miles
apart, along the whole route, with all the conveni-
ences ot entertainment for man and beast, that will
make traivelling across the Rocky Mountains quite
as secure and agreeable as it ever was by stage
across the Allegbanles.
The sources of revenue to the company will be
stage fare from persons who will like thid novel
mode of crossing the Rocky Mountains, mail con-
tractsfrom government, transportation of gold dust,
and finally of teas, silks and spies from china and
Japan. -
We will give our readers more of this in a day or
two. Let them ponder this matter well. The day
*of the realization of the dream of enthusiasts since
the voyage of Columbus, seeking a western road to
"the Bast," is now fully at land. We are the
people to make plain that paradox of four cen-
Southern Commerciall ConventUon to be held
at New Orleans-Preparatitons of the Mayor.
[From the New Orleans Crescent, Dec. 5.]
The Commercial Conventlan of the Southern
States, which met at Ba;tlmore In 1851, at Memphis
ia 1852 and at Charleston in 1853, adjonrned from
the latter city to re-assemble in New Orleans on thp
second Monday of the ensuing month.
If-we were to judge of the Importance of these
conventions by the perceptible results of their deli-
beratione only, it is much to be doubted whether
they would preserve the position tAd importance
generally awarded to them. They have not started
as ingle new line of steamships, built one mite of
raIlroad, improved the navigation of any river, In-
creased the yield el any plannatiod, given aid to
education, or, i a fact, contributed directly to the
improvement of Southern interests in any way that
cnn be pointed ouL In view of this, It is hardly to
be wondered at that some of the Northern commer-
cial classbe and merchants-who are accustomed to
judge of the value of everything by its imnedlate
cash resulted, and to ask for a direct tangible cones-
quence to e VEry undertaking-should question the
usefolnese at these unproductive assemblies.)
By the action of the Chty Connoll the Mayor has
been directed to appoint a hundred delegates from
the city and to Invite the governors of S utihern
Slats and the mayors of Southern cities to visit us
daring the session of the convention. Olhar appro-
priate steps will undoabtadly be taken such as
commend themselves to the judgment of our pen-
ple. The citizens of Charleston, Baltimore and
Memphis took on.-asioa during themeetinga in those
places, to extend an elegant hospitality to the dele-
gatee, which winl, pf course be imitated In Ne w Or-
eans. The festivities which enliven a season here
will have attractions in the eyes of our friends from
other places, and no better time can he selected by
those intending to visit us than that In which the
commercial convention is in esselon.



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The News.
The so called fusion democrmy held a meeting in
he Oahineme Assembly Rioms lesat.-night, to perte t
tbeik organization asd ele:t officers, which they
.did. All the..warda were represented with the
finle ez@Vtion bf the Nineteenth. John Cochrane
was choeafoegldpnt for the coming year. It was
ettermined % hold a public meeting at Tammany
M Nanl at an early day, to give expression to the ean-
knoets of tie new organizatiou. The meeting was
Iemoposed principa'ly of soft-shell officeholders.
S It Is stated that the k pdden closing of navigation
hes locked up about 186,000 bushels of corn and
S wheat in the Welland canal. Added to this,a
lurger number than usual of canal boats, laden with
Siemr and grain, are frozen in the cabal between
Albany and Bufialo. This large anmojnt of produce,
S it reaches this market at all before spring, moat
deo o by railroad transportation. The Legislatlre
C1ounoil of Nova Scotia having accepted the re-
dprecily truaty, it only remains forlthe fact to he.
Owe efficlally known at Washington, and for the
President to Issue bis proclamation, for the treaty to
go into full feete. From that period all duties on
&uadian grain, flour, coal, &e., will cease. The
present difference between Canadlan flour in bond
md duty paid is about one dollar per barrel. The
Besrefary of the Treasury estimates that the opera-
Sun of this treaty will cut off about one and a
lf ai"hion dollars revenue. The wheat and corn
fait in the Welland canal and on Lake Ontario are
"* probably worth about $500,000, the duty on
which, at 20 per cant, would amount to $100,-
000. Opiniaons vary regarding the supply of
nmadstuftb remaining in the interior, and espe-
ally VA the Wst. Some conteid tiat the
wheat eop, with the exception of certain
]eOaUlities, *as a fullaverage one, while the same re
.mak soplies with less force to indian corn and
Stheragrin, iand that the high state of the credit
system at the West, sustained by an inflated bank
Ounenoy, with so6 e better condition (fi the farm.
2.g dasses, tlmdac-d holders of breadstuflb to with-
l ihblpimuts Uearly in' zbe season; w.ti a view of
forcing higher prief. BuL when the credit of the
bail s r,.ke do-no it was too late Is the season to
make heavy shipments. The attempt has resulted
'athe reizuc c(f Irge quantities In transit a by
1w.. Nn one eian doubt,bat, had the Western
buka given .ay lat t.pilDg, nustea4 of the past
satursp, hibat our Icceipt@ woold hare been a great
dealW laer, and prices Ionor. there are not wvit.
lug some per.)ii. ha 'ever, who contend that the
ops-w-reI a I largely deftlclnt, and that the in-
terior is bar.a of suprlie This we consielder an exag-
gerated view of the case. Wj know that
micrce the lee enclosed large amounts of produce
Jnh trmaln that tte main trunks of railroads
leading eist" and west bave had more freight
ffeted them than ihey can convey. It is sBid that
Mbe Michigan Sautbera and Northern Indiana. and
SCentral Mtichigan ro da, are taxed to their ut-
most capacity to do the' business offered, and that
iikane i n iffloient freight already accumulated at
uoiedo to employ the Like Shoe Riilroad all winter.
S tiarsportit. '?lblshoies a want of alacrity, or a"
WniRwlicgngs to send forward tits vast am nut ol
produce, during t-e regular season ofjoinal navigi
Mon. The fa lore of beak4 ad t'ie anat of m 3e;
is nowlorJng them to push it lor ard, when to,
late to pay toem a profit, a; high freighls,wrhc'
6tiey might have obtained by ozeal tra2spo-tafioe.
Bence, by this perv-'rsion of tale, throngih ti
2g*ncy of lafla:d piper money, consumers at the
Eut are doomed to pay high prices during winter
Jw-ftoar, while the priduca s aol speculators win
Mot be bentflted. Mhe onlB 'wteres aided by Ihl-'
msvement will bethe railrads.
An accountof the exiuenonof Nich-las Bban,
at Riverbead, Long lslaod, on Friday, is given ia
to da3's paper. Be was concictcd of the murder o0
fIe Wlekham family, iho cLrcumstan,'es of which,
Swell as those of the capture and. trial of the mur
lever, are no doubt fresh in the recollection of our
readers. B-han pitceted his innocence of the
(rime. to the las,; bnt the obdurateness which he so
Well mairftalred previous to at d during his trial de-
serted hm towards the close, and he met his fate
without sy saow of bravado. An Immense throng
of pensone wus present, eagerly watching the pro-
gpea if the tornibe drama.
The toal ourmber ol deats in this, clty during
the psht aeek, as we learn from the offi.-tal report
Sdktha City Inspec'or, wa 335, viz.:-77 nuau, 76
women, 187 boyF,and 95 g'rls, ahovi.jgaa ineri-cie
ef68 on the moitality ci the peek previous. There
were 31 deribs of cousnmptiprc, 8 of bronchitis, 16 o1
* dresy, and 31 of I1 flammatlon of the lungs. With
theee ece~pli ns the report presents no feature of
.pvomisnm:e in ths canses of mortality among our
adult population. Nearly every conceivable form
ef disease I'as claimed its quota of victims, Of
children, convulsions carried off 36, croup 14,scarlet
Sever 18, marasmns 7, and measles 6. There are 8
Premature births and 28 cases of stillborn reported.
'Wejndge from the report that the four coroners of
'the city are experiencing dull times in their depart-

,ment, which no one will regret. The deaths from
external causes are limited to one casualty by being
rai over, one fatal fracture of the skull, one from
poison, and one suicide by hanging. Not a single
* btacce of drowning or murdering is recorded,
which is an unusual circumstance. There were but
fmifj.oue deaths in tie public institutions, which
coLtain abo'nt six thousand inmates. The nativity
table gives 235 natives of the United Slates, 73 of
Ireland, 43 of Germany, and 13 of England.
On our inside pages wil be f-und interesting let-
OIes from our correspondents at Lonuion, Paris, Li-
Jaina, SL Paul Minnesota), and St. Lmis (do.);
proceedings concerning Florida and Txai bonds
beforeithe ix, d Commission In London for the
sMttlement of claims; a letter from P. Colburn
Adams, relative to the Peaboly and Sickles dispute;
testimony take on the trial of Arrison, at Cincin-
dt. charged with killing, by the explosion of an
eternal machine, Iaao Allison and his wife; tlit of
American patents; correspondence between Geo. D.
Prentice and Butt Bewson of Arkansas; the rew
East India Company; the Cotington shooting afir;
*nI of the late Father Braly, of Hartford; the new
e,',ity of Schnyler; Canadian Legislative affair.

-- -" -. i -'*^ ^ **--"' _ _. - ? . --
renvttloe f the buotmtter, besides otlbfmttar lsgnuldeii men, 'adly 'qnipped and nupport-
en6btalnig and instuctive.. ed, escaped from the United States and landed
"Olv.Pease ofTexas has given notice that prpoa- upon the shores of Cuba. And now bmaea-
alas fe acentraot t oonstbet the Mialnippiand late Brita'n, In a transport of indignation,
Paolf Railroad will be received f.ot reowonsibll superadded to "land ttealerp," the designation
bidders, at the office of the SeCretay o State, until
t BIstofayeLxfft. He stttates in hisproclateio o "piraeel' The American people, the
that thd contract made withB R. J. Walker and T. entire American people, of whom something
Butler King is nul: and void 'y their furse to make less thsnone n en v ry hundred thousand par-
the deposit required In the desription ofsecurities ticipated In t e Cuban invasion. who never
mentioned In the agreement. added a foot to their teritorles except bylegiti-
The Governor of Nova Sootia haq made proclama- mate purchase-the entire American people
tio of the act of the Legslti'ure carrying out the were again characterized ra "land stealers"
proviselois of the reciprocity treaty. and1 "pirate-," w", m it wag a duty allke to
James Fitrgioben, the person tried for robbing od endlumanitytocompassroundwith ban-.,
the PostOffice of this city, was yesterday fod d
gul by th jury. nte ff d. Ti "triple treaties," "joint remoretraces." and
punishment Is imprisonment for not Lea than ten all the (.ld rad tonal trumpery of decrepit
yeas. Europe! "Joint Remonstrancee I"
American *llypathlesandthe Warn the, Not many months have elapsed sine n rn- of
Amenrlcan Bympthies and the War- In the* --
iust, the highest member of the Brttsh cabinet,
The history of the United Sta'es for the past flushed with thesuccess of an unnatural alliance'
few years has furnished Eevera' occasions for a with a traditional enemy, exul'ngly announced
very free expression of opinions'respec ing her from his sea' in Parliament that this haughty
policy and the spirit and tendency, s 01 her alliance sought not only to control the affairs
people on the'part of the publicists f Europe. of Europe, but to extend its opratlouns to Ame-
Her rapid expansion of territory, increase Of rica. The threat was hurled defeattly at the
population, and material progress, have opened United States, and echoed exultantly by the
the eyes of the decadent nations of 'he Old British press. It was caught, up by the organs
World to the gi eat fact that, amongst the forests of reaction in Spain, in Cubs, and i, Mexico,
of America, hilf a century of freedom has and coupled with, bitter tauntq., rung again and
reared into existence a mighty people, no; only again in the ears of the Amerierin.per-ple.
active and rich, but proud, defiant and power- But yesterday, a feeble sovereign in the Pa-
ful.- The thunder malleI of Thor, hurled. cefic, holding a shadowy sceptre over a people
amongst the first giants of Asgard, created no thoroughly Americanized, tired of enacting the
more astonishment and alarm than the unwil- farce of a monarchy, and willing to submit
ling recognition of this great fact amongst the cheerfully to a change, beneficial not to the
hoary old despot'sms, and decrepit, marrowless United States alone, but to the world, proposed
kingdoms of Europe. renounce his mimic state, and take the
Instead, however, of accepting the develope- nobler rank of an Amercin citizeti. Thiqpro-
meot of the United States as alegltimate index ceeding, so natural and proper, carried lociard
of the age, and rejoicing in her- growth and by means as honorable as. they are sanot~med
prosperity as beneficial to humanity, and as by precedent, is made the ground of an attack
the advent of a brighter era for mankind, they upon the government and people of the Uilted
have systematically misrepresented and ma- Stales unsurpassed for its mendacious mnalig-
ligned her, and sought to "compass her round nity. And who is the man uh.) thus ada-
with metes and bans," to destroy her prestige, ciously stands up before an independent aove-
and check her growth. England has been fore- reign to brow-beat and bully him, while *bel-
most in this unworthy warfare; and yet, noto- ling a whole people in terms too gr.,s to be
rious ashes been her policy, and undisguised as repeated f An officer of the ErVt'sh crows.
has been her hoe ility, she seems to think that A nation -thus regardless of the fei clings of a
we must side with her in every quarrel in proud and sens.tiv,' people can scarcely expect
-which her selfish policy may embroil her, and to receive its sympathy in a war undertavn
effectt to believe the pretexts of high principle and prosecuted fron considerations of the In-
under which she seeks to veil her aggressions tensest selfishness, as palpable to the world as
on the rights, and her opposition to the pro- the pretexts which are i.qt forward in justifiir
gress of other nations. She asks us to believe tion are shallow. We have found Russia, with
that the war in which she is now engaged is nohypocrit'cat preten-ions ofl.berality, enter-
a war of principle, and not of selfishness, Ing frankly into treaty relations est Ablishing
and that 'the threatened liberties of Eu- the sound principle of. "free ships make free
rope, and not the security of her ill-gotten goods," while the championss of liberal ideas"
spoil in the East, have forced her to espouse deny the principle itself while ungraciously
the cause of an effete nationality, whose.disap- conceding ies application"for the reae,';" or,
pearance from the continent of Europe could in other words, nail their interests indicate
not fail to ridound to the glory of God and the another policy I -
benefit of mankiad. She asks us, in this, the The Time. has uttered most true words;
last half of the nineteenth century, to shut our neither England nor France can expect from
eyestothe great historical fact that Raussia,with- us, in the straits ta which they are fast being
in three hundred years, has reclaimed from the reduced, either sympathy or support. The aut-
darkest barbarism the largest empire that the most they wil receive is the recognition of the
sun shines upon, and brought within the pale 4tavery and devotion of their soldiery, linked
of civilization a hundred millions of people-a with regrets that these should not be dedicated
result, all things considered, more wonderful td a holier cause and a loftier purpose than the
than that which the United States herself has retention of Turkieh sway in Europe, and that
achieved.: She would have us believe that the of checking the career of a power which has
natural expansion of this great nation, whose achieved more for civilization within the piat
destiny is boldly indicated' by her geographi- three hundred years than any other nation
cal position and the circumstances of her histo- under the sun. No instincts of race, no sinl
ry, isdangerous to the '"liberties of the world," clarity of religion, nor assumed similarity of
as if the whole of Europe were not at this hour constitution, can blind the American people ic
practically as despotic as Russia itself the true significance of the war in the East.
But the United States is-not to be cajoled Pnblic opinion here is undoubtedly favorable
by fair words, or deceived by shallow pretexts. to Russia. There ina no npoemaittcxX-4d1lns4dnl
Thus much the so-called organs of public opin' the fact, and England is welcome to the admis-
ion in England hare finally come to under- sion. Not that we love Russia more, but be-
sta.d. The London T7ines, in an article upon cause we hate her less!
ihe defeat of the allies before Petropanloskl, E -- o
illustrates the truth of what we have said TMB ME w.-A meeting of I'
when it ascribes the results of that "great was held at the Tabernacle on Friday, to con.
mistake" to the "false information" and the gratulate Williaam Smith O'Brien on his good
"treachery" of -American guides. We can fortune in having escaped honorably from Vaen
safely decline to notice such aspersions, while D t man's Land, and returned to EuroPe. Ap-
we recognize fully the truth of the comment penned to the address oallng the meeting to-
which oows. The ime says gether were several Am.nrican names--such as
which follows. The Timett saps .
Little confidence must be placed i anyv supposed siymt. Mayor Westervelt, Mayor e'ect Wood, John
.athy of race. of religion, of constitution, or aenythLg VanBuren and Wmin. C. Bryant, Horace Gree-
f Le, between usend.the Americans. They have nothing
to fear from the Russians and a good deal to rfear, or ley and Henry J. Raymond, Distriet Attorney
rather to be jealous of, with ourselves, as they believe, heparin, nd Collector Redfleld, Judge Beebe
We may as well, therefore, make up our minds to their _
following their interest, as they think it, and letting and Channcey Burr, sni others of the same
sympathiesalone. Of course they have no particular class and character. With the exception of
pleasure in seeing our frigates roaming across the
pacific, visiting the islands, tampering with the chiefs poor Mayor Westervelt, who presided, the
prowling about the coasts, sailing into harbors, ani American prticipaors in he movement con-
otherwise making themselves at home. American participa, ora in the movement con
Never were spoken truer words!I Would tented themselves with signing the requiasiion,
"the organ of public opinion" in England and left. the ranting to the pure.-looded Celts.
have reasons for thil state of feeling In Are there any people who, in the face of this,
America? They are numerous and at hand. still wonder that the Know Nothing movement
The United States of North America, since should have succeeded as it has ?
its organization as a republic, has-nearly quad- That exiles who have found a sae refuge in
rupled its territory. It now stretches from this country should sympathize with those
one great ocean to the other, from the torrid to among their companions who are still in fo-
the frigid zone, over twenty-five degrees of lati- reign lands, is but natural: and if they did so
tude and fifty of longitude, and embraces near- Iu a private and modest way, no one would
ly two and a ha'f millions of square miles ef make the smallest objection. But instead of
surface, equal to two-thirds of the entire area this, a public meeting is held, blazoned forth
of Europe. Yet these United States of North impudently as an act of the people of Neo
America never acquired one foot of this vast York, and an opportunity is afforded to a par-
territory except by fair purchase and open and eel of corrupt party politicians to catch at "she
honorable negoti-tion. Impartial history must Irish vote. Such people as the mayor and
accord to her the praise of a moderation in her office holders under the administration, small
international relations such as'cannot bee.con- newspaper editors and, candidates for all sorts
ceded to any other power under Heaven. of public plunder, eagerly embrace the chance
But hardly had Texas achieved her indepen- of bringing their names before the public, and
dence before Great Britain hastened to recog- securing, as they fancy, the Irish vote for the .
nize it, hoping thereby to secure a predominat- next election. It is this sort of thing which
ing influence with the new republic, andt re- has disgusted the people of this countrywith
lievo herself from entire dependence on the naturalized foreigners, and caused the Know No-
United States for her great manufacturing thingmovement. If the Irish exileswere sensible
staple, cotton. Annexation threatened to do- men, they would reject corrupt proffers of
feat this arrangement, and disinterested friendship from native politicians. They would
Britain interposed to prevent annexation, say to Mr. Wood, you want to pay us for elect-
Her astute diplomatists so far exerted 'them- ing you Mayor; to Mr. Greeley, you want us
selves with the Mexican government as to be to buy the Tribune; to Mr. Raymond, you
able to promise its recognition of Texan indc- mean to thmnk us for making you Lieutenant
pendence on condition that Texas should ab- Governor; to Mr. Shepard, you are looking
stain from annexation. Does any one suppose out for the District Attorneysh'p at the next
the condition wasnframed in Downing street ? election; to Mr. Retfield, you intend to make
But intrigue failed, and annexation triumphed, your bargain in 1856 as the leader of the Irish
Thenceforth the American people were party; to Mr. Burr, you want to be somebody;
"aggressionists" and "land stealers." One to John Van Buren, you have an eye to the next

would have supposed, in listening to compli- Predidential canvass, whentheIrish votemay be
mentary' Britain, that there was something urefuL Instead (f seeing or saying this, the
felonious In a fair and above-board bargain Irish receive the politicians with open arms,
between two sovereignties. Certainly no one and afft-rd thsm every fac'iity for carrying out
would have supposed that all this indignation their corrupt schemes. This sort of thing has
originated in the taflure of a cotton specula, been carried on for twenty years, and has been
tlon. the chief cause of the corruption which prevails
The Mexican war followed; Mexico was con- at our elections.
quered; and by all precedents, and under those' Its day may now be considered as over. The.
rules of international law which Britain her- Know Nothing movement Is only in its infancy,
self bad aided to establish, might have been ab- but it has already mastered the greater part of
sorbed in the United States, without affording the country, a"d fresh accessions are daily
a just-ground of complaint to other nations, strengthening is ranks., All the old leaders
But the United States waived her right of in- are falling in, one by one, under the native
demnity even, and-magnanimously paid fifteen American banner; end with prudence and skill
millions of dollars for a piece of territory there cannot be'a question hut-its power will
which wasthen almost valueless. But unsatis- coon be irresistible. The rogues who truckle
fled Britain straitway denounced the American to foreign exiles without cWring a button for
people as doubly land stealers." them or their cause, will then find perhaps that
A few hundred brave and chivalrous, perhaps honesty would have been the best policy.

ThOy, Dec. 16, 1854.
A fire occurred this morning in West Troy, destroying
four frame.buildings, occupied by Henry Cole. clothier;
J. Foster, boot and shoe dealer; Jacob Cohen, clothier;
Win. Rouse, barber; James Morrison, saloon; James Bul-
lard, boots and shoes; Myers &Gunsanburt, clothiers.
The buildings were situated on the canal, near the corner
of Union street, and were owned by Win. Smith and
John Knowes, of Albany. A covered bridge across the
canal was also consumed. The total loss is $10,000, but
is mostly covered by insurance. -
Prom the South.
S CoLyUJxA (8. C.), Dec. 18, 1854.
The House of Representatives of this State has passed
a bill subscribing a million of dollars to the Blue Ridge
railroad, and guaranteeing a million more.
VWe learn from Mobile that the Alabama river is
rising. _______
Arrival of the Marion at Chtrleston.
COaxLMtO.r, Dec. 16, 1854.
The steamship Marlon, frcm New York, arrived at
this port this afternoon at three o'clock, with all on
Sbud well ,

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Tin 1A1D TmEs.-THE Om'tA.-Hlnts are
- thrown out by several of the musical journals
to the effect that t' e Italian Opera Is in great
distress for want of proper support. So lament-
able an occurrence may v, 11 give rise to pub-,
lie Borrow. It Is absolaie'y heart-rending to
think that artist of the calibre of Maeio and
Grid ,are neglcec ed in so hi h y polished and
fashionable a community as this. Some, who
take a deep interest not only in the prosperity
of these singers but in the character of the city
for musical taste, are agitaing for a scheme to
repair the past, and reuse the public to exer-
ionus for the future. Such a plan merits uni-
versal encouragement. A committee of expe-
rienced men should beznamed t consider of the
matter, and ehohllI be instructed todevise some
method whereby the people of New York should
be forced to at ten I the opera on the regular
days a, and afford a fair harvest to the great per-
formers. With pro er exertions, there can be
no doubt of the success of such a scheme. An
address, now, similar in s'yle and conception
to those periodically put forth by tie Munici-
pal Reform Committee, and calling upon the
people of New York to provide themselves with
white gloves, new hats, a- d the other elements
of fashionable altire, and to purchase,each man,
so many tic kels a week for the Italian Opera,
might have a salutary effect. At all events,
something can be done, either in this way or
In another; and the committee should be ap-
pointed forthwith. .
ihen its labors are over, and the opera
manager, and Mario and Grisi are provided
for and content, the same committee might de-
vote a few moment's attention to .another-
though obviously a minor-oase ofdistress. We
allude to the eighteen to twenty thousand la-
borers nod mechanics who are now idle and
fum;ihing in the streets of New York. As the
winter creeps on, with coal $7 end $8 a ton,
and flour $12 a barrel-double the rates these
articles commanded eighteen months ago; and
as wages fall, and work becomes scarcer -and
scarcer, the misery to be endured by certain
classes in New'-ork can hardly be described.
There is absolute starvation in prospect for
many : actual deaths from want of food and
want of warmth. Nor can this prospect nowbe'
averted. .Ihe suffering must be undergone.
When, therefore, the compassionate and ex-
perienced men who are concerned about the
fate of the Italian Opera shall have so arranged
matters as to ensure handsome profits to the
owners and lessees of that edifice, and to the
performers engaged therein, we trust they may
devote their to this other
class of sufferers. Bread and fires are small
mat ms of course in comparison with opera',
tenors, and splendid toilettes: but after all, the
poor cannot live without them. It would be
an unparalleled affliction to the city to reoom-'
peuse unsuitably such performers as Grisi and
Mario; but will it not be to their honor to let
thousands of their countrymen starve. Let
the committee meet and ao' promptly, for no
Umc is to I e I ost. .

THE wyBrTav AD ERIEM RAnUtOAD.-We have
received an invitation tobe present at the open-
ing of this road from Milton to Williamsport.
This is (nly the opening of the first see lion of
the road which is designed to compete with the
Erie road in the Western travel and freighting
buidnees. The Sunbury and Erie road is con-
nected with Philadelphia by the Reading Rail-
road. Thence from' Williamsport it will crom
the State and touch Erie by a nearer and more
direct route than that of the Erie Railroad
,m stwh- tb termrtnus all The Western roads,
through Indiana, lDlinois and Michigan are con-
nected, Erie being the point where the trade
centres, and from which it is distributed. It
'now comes from Erie to New York, but the ob-
ject of the Sunbury and Erie road is to get
some of this business for Philadelphia. After
the 18th instant, about fifteen miles of the
road will be open.
The celebration of the opening will take place
at Williamsport to-morrow;, the participants
will leave Philadelphia early in the morning,
and the whole affair willtbe very interesting to
Philadelphians and' Penntylynia people gene-
rally. Tie Sunbury and Erie Railroad is the
most extensive and important public improve-
ment within her own borders that the Keystone
State hbs ever been engaged in.
The prospects of the road are not so brilliant
as they might be; and since the failure of the
movement to get a subscription from the city
of'Philadelphia, but very little progress has
been made upon it. It will be finished prob.a-
bly, but not for a long time yet.

TnE ESCAPE OF Miss BsuKLBY.-We print in
to-day's paper a note from the young lady
who recently escaped from the Roman Catholic
seminary at Emmetsburg, Md., in answer to the
letter from the Lady Superior. We trust that
Miss Bunkley will prepare for the press a full
and correct statement of the whole affair, and
thus settle the vexed question.



Opinion of Judge Dean on Naturaltzatlon.
Pou:onnsersns, Dee. 10, 1854.
Judge Dean, of the Suprcme Court in this place, hae
" forbidden his clerk to take proofs of citizenship and
grant naturalization papers, and has directed that ill
those who wish to become citizens hereafter, must op-
plyi t tthe Court. After hearing tho plrOOfs from num-
bersof applicants to-day, he rejected nearly all of them.
Ikc aissgircn a w -litn opinion, holding that admitting
mn rilirn to the rilmlt-" of citizenship is a judicial act, and
requires an examination b'y the Court in each case.
Enow Nfotlhing Cnndldate for Governor In
BcLTIMORE, Do0. 16, 1851.
The Asriocat Orpas, the new Know Nothing paper
at Washington, says the Know Nothings of Virginia will
make an inoepondent nomination for Governor in that
We have no mail.this evening south of Richmond.
.. Fire at Troy.

ease; and on the 6th of November, John Frenny, sea-
man, of St. John, N. B., died.
Loss oP FiE STRacI Wx. Prs.-Among the melan-
choly wrecks in the Black Sea or vicinity during the
late gale, was the steamer Win. Penn. She sailed from
this port last summer for the Mediterranean, and was
chartered by the French government to transport troops
and stores to the Crimea. She was last reported at
Constantinople. The following extract of a letter from
Constantinople, dated November 12, contains all the
particulars that have come to hand :--
Intelligence has just arrived that the Jena, French
line-of-bettle ship, Is ashore off the Castle of Asia, in
the Dardanelles, and that the William Penn, an Ameri.
can steam transport, chartered by the French, and full
of troops, is also stranded. Of these event, however
you will probably have received the news by the last
mail from Gallipoli.
The W. P. was formerly a packet between Boston and
Philadelphiba, and was commanded by Captain-John
Codman, of Boston. She is supposed to have bean lost
In the Dardanelles.
The election of United States Senator is made impera.
live upon the Legislature in Wisconsin, in the same man.
ncr that it is in Pennsylvania, by a statute which fixes ,
particular day, the third Monday of January next pre-
ceding the expirtolen of 0te term of the outgoing

: Prom the BritU h Provine.
BOs-rTON, Dn. 16, 1854.
A despatch reoeivr. here from Halifax says Liat Ihe
Governor ofNova Scoiabas, In accor-lance w~th the re-
cent actof the legislature, laeunJ a proclamation re-
pealing the duties now paid by American ahipmasters on
Sthe various articles which properly come udder the pro- of the reciprocity treaty.
Itley also astato that ccliderable.irritation wa heeing
felt throughout the BRillIh provin':ea, in cr'no,-loene oi'
the dilsy In carrying out the provisions of the recipro-
city treaty.
The St. John (N. B.) papers of the 12th inst. say that
the schooner Arrow, from Dighy (N. S.) for St. John-
had been lost at sea, and it was feared that all thu
bands on board, and a number of the passengers, had
perished. *
QuKinO, Dec. 15, 1854
F[ the Candialan Assembly at three o'cltk k tis morn-
inf. thje miin;tr euffe-red a seoclinsl d'rf-ut, beilngleft In
a rn;wt;ty of six amongst thbreprc .rilaherra iom LIvrer
Canada, on the legislative cuncil's aIemndmetis to the
bill abolishing fendal tenure. They h.d', however, a me-
jority of six in the whole House.
QuroE, Dec. 16, 1854.
The government recovered their sectional majority last
night in the House of Parliamer t, and carried the amend-
ed feudal tenure abolition bill by a majority of twenty-
This evening, in both houses a alp.lictory eildrens
to Lord Elgin was passed, who ll aitseuc to Ile clergy
reserves secularization, feudal ten.rre abol-iion, ano
ether bills, when Parliament will adjourn till February
Bislusin Fanilures and Savings Banks Panic.
BosToNs, Dec. 16, 1854. '
The failure cfthe Olendon Tren IhU Ci.mnp.mnt wa- an
nounced lhereto-.dsy, and it wa. coon afit rvardsl j-:c-r
tained liat on Monday lat bi s alcrint-n-leat, Mr
Brevoron. who ias well k known in the cities of New Yorn
and Phlladelphia, bod l:'f i'-r parts unknown. On the
Weduesiay following the company had received a letter
from him, in which he state i that he was a defaulter,
and added that it was useless to pursue 1,io, h6
would not be taken alive. The defalcation i (rinint.- I
at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
The failure of Messrs. Cutler, Brodhead S Clapp, ex-
tensive stock and exchange brokers, of this city,' doing
business in State street, was announced to-day. Their
liabilities are not supposed to be very large. "
There has. been a severe run upon the (.Provident In-
stitution for Savings" in this city, to-day, and in all
about one hundred thousand dollars were withdrawn
from it,principally by the Irish and German depositors.
The bank, however, is perfectly solvent. There was a
run, also, upon another bank, principally by small bill
holders, owing to the circulation of false rumors of
trouble in its financial affairs.
From BaltiUmore.
B.tirmonE, Dec. 16,1854.
By the arrival ofthe Southern mail, as late ase due,
we have received New Orleans papers of Sunday, con-
taining dates from Galveston, Texas, to the 7th inst.
Governor Pease had issued a proclamation again of-
fering the contract to construct the Mississippi and Pa-
cific Baibroad to responsible bidders. In his proclama-
tion ,he states the contract entered into between him-
self and Messrs. Walker and King and others, for the con-
struction of the road, had become null and void, by tihe
failure of the contractors to make the necessary deposit
of three hundred thou.and dollars in gold, silver, or evi-
dences of the debt of the Ctate of Tessa, or other good
par stocks. He alsoreoites the authority given him as
Governor in case such contract should be made with
any other company or individuals for the couasirncl-.,n
c-f the said read, anud give notice that iropoaalas for the
purpose, in accordance rith the provisions of the actof
the Legislature, wil be received at the office of the
Secretary of Slate, until the let of Msy next. -
FProm Boston.
OTro Dee. t16, Icfl.
The Custom HOUse nuthor; of tliiioily s' ;.,l l>-i
night about twolvee hundred dollars orthr cf ugars,
Emuggled iloe pert by a batk from Havnans.
The depoLoi the Boston and Main-. RiLoro.l tl Lai
rentee destroyed by fire last. en;rug. The loss on the
building Is $S,",000-on freilght not .,t a-corloined. The
depot alao contuaLied a large c-notj oan! "tn'ar-i I' lrirbt,
Including a ,eu-:lerrble qoanlity of eoor,r bit In ib.. l.i
will not fall upon the company.
Dr. Samuel Parkman, an eminent surgeon, died in this
city thas morning.
Explosion of a Locomotive ind Loss of Libe.
PrDrX a ArU, Dee. 16, 1854.
Yesterday afternoon the engine Wisconsin, while draw-
ing a coal train on the Reading Railroad, exploded near
Manayunk tunnel, instantly killing George Long, engineer,
of Baltimore; John Lynch, fireman; and Charles Mill-r,
of Dauphin county, and seriously Injuring a lad and a
passenger who resides near Reading, but whose names we
could not ascertain. The engine, which was one of Rose,
Wtinan & Co.'s coal burners, is a complete wreck.
Trial of Arrison, the Torpedo Mae.
CIxCu-ATx, Dee. 16, 1854.
The trial of Arrison, the alleged murderer of the Ali-
sons, at the hospital in this city, last winter, Is still in
progress. The evidence is all in, and counsel commenced
summing up to-day. The case will probably go to the
jury on Monday. The trial excites much interest here.
NEw ORmAsa Dec. 10, 1854.
The .coton market is dull, and the tendency of prices
downward. We report the sales to-day at 8,000 bales.
The sales of the week add up 40,000 bales. The stockon
hand is 180,000 bales; and the increased receipts at this
port over these of last year at this time, amount to
41,000 bales. Sugar has declined %c. per lb. The rates
for sterling exchange are without alteration.
Hoanrt, Dec. 15, 1854.
Our cotton market Is dull, with a declining tendency.
The sales of the week foot up 6,600 bales. The sales
to-day amount to 1,000 bales. We quote middling at
77c. a Se. Freights to Liverpool are %d. Sterling ex-
change is selling at 6% a 7) per cent premium. .
CHanasNror, Dec. 15, 1854.
There is a complete panic in the cotton market here,
owing to the large failure of the house of Dulin. The
sales to-day wore 1,000 bales, at irregular rates.
Ccrao-'c.Tc, Dec. 16, 1854.
Hogs are dull, at $4 25 Prime barrel lard is selling at
85c. per lb. For mess pork, $11 25 per bbL is asked.
Eastern exchange is quoted at one per cent premium. -
PamLx uasa', Dec. 10, 1854.
The money market is unaltered. Stocks are dull;
Beading 83; Morris Canal 11- Long Island Railroad 12;
Pennsylvania Railroad 40%; Pennsylvanla 6's 80%.

Marine Affairs,
Bros F.AB.-The brig Harriet Ann, bound to this
city, put into Lewes, Del., 18th instant, and reported
speaking on the previous Friday the schooner Harriet
Neal, also bound to this city from Pars, entirely out of
provisions, and that the crew had been subsisting to -
the previous four days upon tallow. The schooner ar
rived hero safe and sound subsequently, but the captain
failed to report how this dainty Russian fare agreed
with them.
Tan Sra smpe s U.oy, for Havre, sailed at noon yes-
terday, with 29 passengers. The next steamer for Eu-
rope will not be till the 27th, when the Pacific sails fo:
Dr-s AT Ss,.-The ship Saxon, arrived rt New Or-
leans 0th instant, sailed from Havre with 60 passengers.
On the passage, on the 22d of October, Mrs. Anna it.
Greton, the captain's wife, of Concord, Mass., died of
cholera. On the 27th of the same month the mate,
Joshua Keller, of Portland, Me., died of the same dis-

Intendents, together with the President, Secre7ary
and Treasurer to constitute the Board of Managers;
the Word Superintendents to act as collectors, to-
make contracts for supplies and furnish tle appro-
priations for visiters, to audit the accounts and car-
tiy them to the'Treasurer, and to fill vacancies in
bthe ward visiters. Various appropriations were or-
dered.for the various visitors, and the Board ad--
journed to meet at the call of the President. Too
much energy cannot be exercled by the superin-
tendents. and others in making collections, in order
to raise the $3,000 necessary to eomre the *I,00
pledged by one of our liberal citizens. The de-
mands on charity are every day becoming more Im-
portunate. Thousands of our mechauics have been.
thrown cut of employment, and the poor are begin.
ning to ftel the rigor of the season. Inclement
weather has already set in, and under the prevail.
ing state of aftirs great suffering munst be expe-
rienced, unlessthose who are blessed with abon.
dance provide liberally for the more destitsu.-
Newark Advertiser, Dec. 12.
Tim ScenwCor ery oc LOOOTrva -WoBsS.- The
Trey Whig says the proprietors of the Works have
been obliged to increase their capital stock $20,000Q,
to carry them through the present hard times.
They have also been obliged to disohare over one
hundred mena, and to recuce the worMng time of
those retained to three-qoarters of a day.

City Intelligence.
We announced sc-ame n(eLs go that the owners of the
large foundries andI shipyerda in the upper part of the
ciI3 had di.clarged great numbers of tceir workmen, In
consequence of the hard times they are now expe-
"rineing. We have since learned that their example
La% t,-en followed by ncirly all tho large eettbllihmente
in the cily. Ile No,'e'lf) Works, the Morgan Iron
Voib, itbh Bible and Tmot houses, the Methodist Book
Concern, besides a great number of Shops and smaller
establisllment, lba', dLsp.n.led with, on an average,
over half Thuir world, mern
It b&6 been tlmaltd Lrhat intLLe Elevent- ward alone.
ibc re ra.oter tcrre hlouhnn'd mechanics out of em-
ployment, and that in the whole city there cannot be
\-- Li6n ,tseniaen IL.-u .nd labouring men who have'"
D', %orli, nor lny pro.poIt of work. -
TIoS aggiAvi. il ia mr,.eI. employers hare come to a
Prly gt' ieral dt-I.i,.:u,qd,,n to reduce tihe compeneatlot-
for labour, and thern-iy render it still more difficult for
those who hae wc.rl: I.1 help those who.have not. Iii
ti. rmean-kr.nir. ia 1..Te not diminished, though the-
capacity to pay them has. Provisions are still high,.
Da i-ur lait ctk' report will ihow, nor is there
bny reasn-nableroi e, t of lih-.-ir becoming Inia h cheaper.
In lVwI ,[ iheae fia.l., a, .l unleg .--nietloing Is ,it n',
Ibkie ,A vecry robabliil) tiet before bthe Jnter is rover
i, mon in t Ient ,-lf ,ifi, ; n1 prCevail arrinag, Ih p:hE.r.
Thit. pre,-nure has alrea-. cn-iner cer-d. -, ithi reu on the
sarinige bok. prore6, n.D ]I- rolls on public and prirvate-
.hariiy 'mere never v o- rcnrcut a at present. Troalleyiate
,n me1-,ore Ite tirrvaleot distire.', r. number of
gentimcn in ti-.o cniiteenLh ward hare aioraUte.l
ihenirstlre toretli r Ior tie pdrpeso of etilabliahmng soap
kiLm bch ii and provi.on .'.rt'. lOr ihe p. r, and their ap-
pc-al silll ohne b mtade puoleic,calling on tte wealthy and
i.brritable to giso o ii .-itr abundance to .oe nmenlable
an clerprie A eim,[Lr ninreTent I S on foot in the
Eleitilh ward, an it id O hoped thl.t before ibis
year "opens, n nrgvin.alienn fr-.eie prur t- of aoipiling
roodto the poor will li -r r-TaiLhed in crcr; war-] il he
cit7 This us ri rm ,re .i Ii, wore necersra, by ihe I'at
thit the city ini,, houo ltri n et ctgirb Frood to til.' poor.
IL "', l.Owcrr r, are sao r .i. s with coal fruni :'jat ,-ojrce,
hut thIs relief will iotiaome before January. In addition
to what we have alreaniy/ noticed, we understaInd that
the India rubber wur ir., ,lr.Urn aba vC.:. harc-.1 oor
thirteen hundred mrLn nn-l IbIIt itedoel yr,.of Br.-c-k-
lyn, Willismsturg and Greenpoint present a very dif-
ferent appearance from what they did lat3 summer, as
over r'i-tlhird of the iiu, n hni', been discharged.
E:ArM RAL.iio*->-RLs1-r 11 0i *f WAGES-DMSSISFA(TrIO3
rF rr Mst.-The Board of Directors of th New York
and Erie Pallroaa have decided to reduce thoipay of most
of their employes. An odcor to this effect was sent up-
the road, and last night the laborers at Piermout refused
'o work at the reducel prices-80 cents per day. It is
supposed that their example will find.plenty of Imitators-
up {he road; and if thie majority of tlio maen strike, or
aven any large number, it must be the means of mucb
loss and annoyance to the company, as they are overran-
with freight and are working shorter handed than they
have ever done before; It is rumored that the mecha-
nics in the company's ahops-are to be Included in the re-
duction. It is urged by some of the poor fellows that a
wiser move would be to cut down thePresident's $10,000-
a year a little, and some of the other high officers' sa-
laries. They say it woul4 be more manly to commence
retrenchment and reform amongst themselves first than
wage war against their hard workers'abread and butter,
if necessary to reduce. ,*
Hort Tnru.-At six o'clock last evening, while most-
of the hoarders were at tea, a very smart looking young-
min-a--genteely clad and smoothly shaven-walked into-
the Howard Hotel, corner of Broadway and Maiden lane,
andwas soon detected stealing an overcoat in the gen-
tlemen's parlor, belonging to Mr, Burchard, one of the
boarders of the house. On being questioned by the-
police,-he said-that he lately left Syracuse, where he is
well ksown, having been employed there as bar keeper
in one of the saloons. Upon searching his person, five
or six pawn tickets were found; one showing that he had
received $8 50 SOon a coat, and others of various amounts
for different "articles. He told the old story of being
drawn to it by want of workl Mr. Frost-the manager
of lbhe hoos-thinka hbe har re.-n him Often before, and
laid thotap to take him ihie imr..
TARiT EXCuasION.-The Tontine Guards, Capt. Ega,
accompanied by obehrtson's Band, passed the HEAiD-
office yesterday, on their way to David Poilock's, at Ho-
boken. On arriving at their destination, they proceeded
to shoot for thirteen prizes, after which they partook of
bountiful dinner. WbiEerc-riloestion there might be
as to the sefll of the Tonl ne Cuards in t hotling. ftre-
can be no dojbt of their ability to attack a good dnno-r
with fearful effect. Chickens, turkeys, &c., wore literal-
ly cut to pieces by their rapidR and well directed fire.
Ihe fe-st being coeciaded, Capt Egan was called upon
Tor a speeh, and heresponded in a neat an.] approprnae
address. sir. Bowen aldo spoke, and pasJce a high coim-
lliment an the "Art of all art. '" of wh;ch
e was proud to bo a humble devotee lheGnardis-
who are all priuteis-warmly applanded the eloquent
gentleman as he took his eat.i. lbe Gua:d retuinred to
SIely melh pl.e -:'. with their excusdl'g and stsflol
that, though New Jcwe, y i. o out of the iYted Staes,
it was a good enough pla..e For '"a day's shooting."
Ia)lB Tertt At-.Nrun -Last ievelng, bhtwt.i an;sx n l o'clock, a fire occurred in the dw.U;oL g apartro-nt
of LUr. Keyser, situated in a third dtory rocm ein Lbi?-
.LIck buldiEg 0boT Ihird avenue. corner of Thirtykilxth
tteI, tUlupp>se lo have (.rrinated from ti- stove. lt
-rie ncab on the preL-mis% vehen th 3 Oire a-"s dies.-'vwre.
AMr. Keyi'tr insuorrt-i or $400 on his furnlture and
clothing, Ices about $200. The building is damaged to
the amount of about $25.
FiI Ni TmiTrNTiSR SzIEEr'-At SIx o'clock yesterday
morning a fire broke out in the grocery store of Philip
Fitzpatrick, 39 West Thirteenth street. The family oc-
cupying the room back of the store discovered the'flro.
The alarm was given, and the firemen were soon on the
spot, and extinguished It with but trifling damage. The
building is insured in the Merchants' Insurance Com-
Masomo PIanoxsTAsox.-The members of Lafayette
Lodge, No. 64, of Free and Accepted Masons, presented
on Friday night an elegant watch to their Worshipful
Master, Captain James M. Turner. The watch is the
work of members of the lodge, and is a fine specimen of
American handicraft.
Police Intelligence.
An article under this head appeared in the police in-
telligence of theHERA rm on Saturday, 18th inst., sc-
cueing me of selling diseased meat. I appeared at the
Jefferson Market to answer the charge; no one was
present to complain of me but the vigilant officer Elder,
by whom I am said'to have been arrested. I am ready
to inmeet the charge, and court an investigation. I only
beg leave to inform my friends that the charge is entire-
ly unfounded, and will show at the trial, if the parties
preferring the charge can be persuaded to bring it on,
that a reputation for honest dealing, In Washington
Market of thirteen years standing, is still unimpeach-
able. I would only add that I resisted all efforts to in-
duce me to settle-the matter preferring rather to meet
the calumny than to pay to have it settled in that way.
Now York, Bee. 18,1, 8MO4DSE KIPP.
The Turf.
METArmer CO.nRS, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1854.-Jockey Club.,
purse, 1$400-two mile heats.
T. J. Welie ch. c. Lecomte, by Boston, dam Reel
by Glencoe-4 years old--...................1 I
A. Lecoemte & Co.'s oh. f. Gallatina, by Gallatin,
dam Eliza Mills by Leviathan-S years old...... S S:
A. L. Bingaman's ch. g. Joe Blackburn, by Glen-
coe, dam by Frank-4 years old.............. 2 3.
Firetheat.......... 1:58 Seconadheat........ 1:55
1:;8- 1:51
Tota..............3.:6S Total...........
MOrtLK, Dec. 5,1854.-Trotting and pacing; mile heatse
entrance $250. Sweepstake.
H. Buckley's s. g. Zachary Taylor, (pacer)......1 2 1
Tripp& Smith's s. g. Gov. Dorr, (trotter)........ 2 1 2: 2
see. Morley's or. g. Barney, (trotter)........... dis.
S BTime, 8:07--3:07--3.9%.
Naval Intelligence.
The following is a lIst of the officers of the chip-of-war
Falmouth, attached to the Home squadron. She war to
leave Norfolk, 14th inst., on a cruisit:-Commander,
Thompson Danali Shaw; First Lieutenant, Samuel R.
Knox; Purser, Francis B. Stockton; Second Lieutenant.
Francis Winslow; Third Lieutenant, John Wilkinson;.
Surgeon, J. Brownlee; Fourth Lieutenant, Abner Read;
Assistant Surgeon, Michael O'Hara; Acting Master, Thee.
W. Broadhead; Passed Midshipman, George E. Itelknap;
Midshipman, John Cain, Jr-; do. William G. DBoisr;
Clerk to Commander, J. R. Woolson; Boatswain, Francis
A. -Oliver: Gunner, James A. Lillenton; Carpenter, Geo
Wisner; Sailmaker, Jobn J. Stanford.
ing of the Board of Managers of the Newark Asso-
ciatien for Imnproving the Condition of the Poor, was
held last evening, sad various matters in relation to,
the condition and objects of the association were,
discumed. The plan of operations for the associa-
tion were elaborated as follows:-The Ward Super-

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"HotO ,rl b0"lI'..n 0-, $75 airy0 llln1-I)", pi5 ~ lai t.*.rl, rn.nT.
Va.~ F-n I--c 160,10, w76,ill b$it.I ii). it iif, l"t titi ITi ,A hewn notlilt"4Ah atApril van be 'omiq lusi
hae' sb l An an aseoitinmrnt of new peno,,&Z a ,J.A bC. Sic. -la,n Iar Irancra, s-.fer MOL E FL '
W [.n'St panof,.rte manufarory anl Inr i, 45 sey, on the 7th ef li- an-Ilit b a o is determined to

Bt bea i i~ nL'-rrt.)' liO' i 1iiu ( r h,e -i. o.ii-itr
West Iweatv.eigtI tsisriet aare la thlae ti. ci rel. He a lb- a a stock, and is offering
a-- -a-d-- lad i-la a Airk' u"at )ane anItirit very cloaks, mewstyles, trk

F~~~~niiiaI~~~tok enidji ;-ir E xi' n n -
B .. .. -| Ihit111 !,,iIia:! .u fr~rke>)n T
niew lasileur-l- onrnrew ant lentutluil il-cei much tarn. lieIs Of Compo inone
SX m i. h,. O lito Halhtlay' 'Wi n ep I3railm t i 'a ,o iter freckle. Address, or othorw asaorm Jl all ,3

3H.~~~~~~Ai H.A.i ado oll ..ilkc atu SIMr E(r-3''li~ ?'lr.
MtI lbt foluttra in an nuenst. ivalso Bi-ii, at, ititful h--N.9Fanfd r'd, ard t afor yourselves s
roax smr-rt'i -e ti-oe '2'' cr-isi. ',,t Lraai, l ,'t'"it- h clockcheap,_nowinthe
a I15ihhT, 1 b i T. ... s i fn io- .t.1r iree a at. i ra '7.11 tI 'ro-A1 1[ 1 HALL NO. 1. 1 A E i
las bst-ollb by Pt SIV B'r I t I. i .. tIt, I- lol, e" I lanTs M iI MS ..,At C ata' ONT aION OF'
Pi .- asl'. m IttIP. ,harryC. sat. n ,'... 5i-I a i r,.i.n -o ty ia r ,who
Punldishear. lli. atd m.i- s wilf l bea blic a n t i-i al h O t it nofIbl i nt h IriualyRini
toinrnn I s e-i.'m a--il in.1 'airi ; a i.. lr rain '.ini-. [ho feloni.i ts ta roadway
all ve lae 's ri".i'.i n'' i s p as w t h nti te ic Vel atin, are ostedtortrna
a. niIn t i tl ,',esf ir-eas to .tllc All I, iL-ta ri' i-" it-' machir'a -raaginrats. aud payfur the 'ja ryGCGDS-OtI
i enat bea- : '.din [o'A y. itai itrO' Ni,liui f.r j ',ia tr. ft '.B.'3 c i. tt'rthanks f thelrr l

inS Unt-, mart-rna I>- Hal, Irsniaf'us ''c n 'r Is I ,a cal t*ile-. a i'asI, ataa^-i mil tis hr Haai. a :-t ,I
U.t-n ,i-tin atl, ta atIrrayItr ifHy or-r, J f 1, 3'",& ., ,r- a
.ar l .es.I Iiarp lh ". i..c E taril'.a a n til o teii lesalo or retail, Pi

Flft y n flwlh nu Iir ll ie .' Ci nfh ; Iel'rw l.'.--l.,Ilit I l. Ii. I'. t i a1 L'ai u harp I -'--oonl- T I FORATIN WANED.OP ECOl NassaustreeL
10,1 rf a I I [Elt, 1133 Broadway. v n ,tin te o eutty or' rK re L rc*id i-i Y-
.sthsportonthe an tl- -oIanlam in rlobap. nfm t ln r ocrib I l.l i o-al
Mr. Laowel lNelson wli lleiosaa easee a a course ?fry["ant'lnr,by iihr i..1 ic-nr; 4llayfla0aaa Lao- 1p1..1 Tb. tried .III c-h... at V
ef twelv" lec.snm's is elementary vocal musie, at the tail,ar sno m rh to'i t ir.r t" i5'ifvinine I cricla cticI broc eplaid and pii.,

'nnb hlu1.-t,. W. i D e o II r..aro L<^.i, m -r..,^- n i atV 2( P.
'I nt.l.. ,ia.Tv. ... I, ,'a.3 r lri-,,l r .nat d N ,II', nil r, A. I ln le. t French merino, $3 t
-If... .11-lielac, OAt I 1 fi TO It' I.-1 oh ta c 'ct of t ,,,a-|ad each; 2 Iases French we
Flt r.-m In.- IP. lor' U.S. A. vtilJ U. S.M., 5lL- .I i r a on, rai Nit rich laid pplis, at
1.r', cr. ,,il.- i's 1 l o ie tb. 1fl 1is public f.- l. i -, the largest sie, a $4
pjL, irrn, lr .i: r. ,i,. r ma;>tI.,,, h,* r. ,- n i' jits a,, w ,
tr.imm e- r l.n l.' T aiio t i n-Ici,. n ii c-1i i,'ti> I'I
aIll tame- ra ff...,1tl blsu hl olrti n.. ) -, tItc'a YlbteiaLosa .'iTtiti ITs Irs. Ala-lt,%WautasELlran The above goits lames
sl.nrQ. it t,-i a -ri adCe arnie-a- a.-.- e -ta tNer oi'Ol i for st and are
teate ottItI s v-n e., pIntirfot- c-to'r ', t..', c-" ,- -__r, q offered ha the0market.
isl at t'.liitil',,, i A n.. l n a s l! deii d .'tmid tr.-, ,. i L, 1 t I HO Ct I A47Broad
nalt t tse 'n lilibral i Iy 'if di l ya,i m i, unlsu, t',, i L t aur ,o a a i c an ''to -si f at ir I nitI -
me 'd t nmr ,I.' l 'R, t t biE in n it's I t t ,'-I I-a. i alaa 5'tel',oi,'a g- ILi -u t ti tth P t it ir s-
eaI liynhio uan,n t l:s octe ihe.t ifh;L-eLt tl f '.) ,pl a bu iets' 1-Ll.t o ti tr I ti .I
ltC'noiol W, 0 I 1! .Firne 0 O jualah'.. s t .as i al.m.slt -:u1 b a F.t.ra
tilt. Is itn !, Ii, ti s ., ie r -la t ; f, a a'i ir aat, f rnIkI H1 ba nds, har
eomloi,,n .. c hi b- o, ...... (in... ro.. .. i a~l,.rL l-l, e,,lio
miltIc m},,. c-ntI itl It b m ''it Yret a .aIn'r. t. alit ,'a.i' . t fatie
'a4t L : ,I.-' Sa-tn of cIT .- -at a c-:it, I e.- m,'wc offt l ob] FR; tiATSh2' qIi t -AN a, b put barped fa l; s-s
a i*; l i'i .b 'ir ci in rls i enli hI,:.,J a"s ;.a a'a .1ti- 2.,srDw haer fol"
iir'-t ,J all r.'l.m,..aa c- II.ih aill c a i ist to l s. a, can
'srrive, to li,L' trn d, n etl thepuba i ni, eo ..a:i ile r Wt F i t II ,n1 h'".c rofa"Halos d i F
a c l.r -at 1 1-n' 1 i,h lay or New Isor'r ii, ietampliizi o i rpc-ess-A inte Arb
s g-woolt,1 y cc'a. at-n a 0 d atepr ,,-.Arms,tbs r.e U-sn b, r, cet.ele, tat I e 10.6 in a.'mite Cor o6 en between sleeves, e mlsette, An-
T nrit, i -ta, I JO c ite O nryli al-. OtVy, l-al.r',r- rri.q :r.s, il b s tI t or-' 1.I hea- a-s '. 19th. hands in acon t and
ul z rn--a I pa ti" r ,'. "&c.fc- ,&, ,rta .nt laiprri F NCL3MB R & CO., 151 Brer
tiy n tut ,r i itth,,'i- neti'h 'I ram -cehnt, ,niaptl)v l tf Hi'AIsN, llicpetai-a. janrlt anal Lihe-ystreet:
tteir ltea.t.t, an. d a t .atit t % iat rinnof a THOMASIA Y
lettt.'rnleIm'i intse aIll 'tha wort, ft ti tatactbN -em- NB -DBstal'r vaan he iedat the aies of the LmBEAT IUOIN'
lmh icsnint[int ml ith, r,', -v.s i t thmi lha 11anai I r nL_. hoc- 'f Lukaacr i ,r iotaeCDamisslonerof Deeds stillIbe in GU'CLOARS
dtI a b-i fil'y Live. I amiIlor citillzens, ('r.,reting ,ttsr. -,en t a g the 19th, for the atti- tinthe 9th
a.p.on in nrl sni. a ,- t etaia a,' I y'nrd traal ets-rs graitMu in"'ttata Ofo f iC. I isa mthe depatient. A. T. S
and ohml',- I .'OPi. P-. i1'0 .. U niI t't' It ',,dr fd I -Az:_ villoffeforsalets
tiiatione tI;rJ q3.a rt. N'W. 321 SBroas i ',.l H A tl SE[q0O on fst
-.] Faire liens is -r ','.a l -i--,- riAt a-ca

Sr lu ro Atin be t,-mai a er .miilcl.*y; .
---a -_______ B AN iI -) C1A1iLl3 A. Their stock calapriael
ke. isi Gloss;, s 1 id ow to Dresa it H Uae, ta- A'.sn, I (', t l' y a ron dey lrstylesftheday, a
.'ut lno wrht~r misi, ii 4!-ta'u-is I a",-I a.I) ct. pirates for ver.dna December 25, Ivt4. toted end imported rip:
arsiat g a --a'cr,t ', y-y ILIe a aIohim 5- H ''at a, ta 1. r '1 M BARRYP 't
lar-t I-.) C lh- L 'I, 1N,, I Astir Ho anse, an i let himbe Ticet. I ,t b l of r..BarryNo.10Cn- i P t II
d r a etf r, after adi Ie eta seeth re arket place, or of any of the committee, al Bek .
atr1, i. ,r, a.te-tar o.., inac, 'atthedoororth ning of theball. ls ento Ns. Ad
street, will offeranides
'umtlihna' nn.l Iildren's Clohiln.-rert IASOIC BA-THE NITAULLL OF the holiday season, the
lbry n t.cmii i 'an ie r ct-in: a tt-c t the M.W. GrandLodge Ho IcFeo and Accepted 'aea FPldand e stripe sgilks
oi lran'lI ari- f *Ni,14n D iL'- sery wab isi uiagtsff tons of theState of Now York wilt be ci ..a'-ho LAIt $10, $l3 end $135. the

,1,rr ln.iH,' f I,. tl,,' if.~ a jll.:r ih ,';,nj rI l'l i a t!, *'*' p ''
ui w nle s v i' -. r"-e'a a a s, ,n r t .o a m.aluo pr 1 ve- a rt uac s., t l. t II'eS--n i i t ,1' j aryrich 'ocadel
MiciL R.u1l nu ti a-'ifnt ai g o dQ nilio a. a h.b oia .'-yhe Rihea eseline m u lain
CrlnaI '.'rel ry', c ,.-, [ c-... -I i l lt[ s f I ) Sxony,, plaidsS te
Se atilltuFol Ulasmi ab te Citen- h'.ianly. :i Super.- r maitl. am rt M -I' lv French rintsaIs.
uesed -",Ie c .iLe inCt10'111 r a i. c i' 1, akinI ,'sattia. $ nl to, Fas1ht, atr Jh i em t N. U Fseasvh mor on,.s ii.

Ejiuc~~~Pch al.I John Man~ Catiu roaAIHjnIA \.:j
"irdereI Iha ftr.-:, in 1,asaIAi. d 'daliy s ,|in a tos'iaon tf i'oi -ta t and .n ;aIIle
Jtat'tcy'aaI le ti1s.6-y at,, hr) C 8 i-4n. -lt, by i'.a-W-yithncAi l par acta'.i-a
lativea I s l,. 1.'..It] t. L L- Ki D Ie r a.i"Nl of red ariv i ea a. a wards.
t -., t n II, 1 lny ec-cnag, De. ", oli li. n. And a great raiey a
Ir,.t I g n 0eutTmnn an -I ladike.. ca t 11 'a.tLr',i
i A, f>l.l rtb _tb eOr Ia ..iut' U -,.a lmlt. n a oeL,.r a r 'l'd ro. sea mcof hN
tri ahle 'i a n-I ba-lii rt -..- i .' it,-, s, h.,r' ,.r giving b7 1 i LLAIIHt 'A-
a r'n J Bnduc.,l lopralt a n i o i u -reso th:oli a alue a irsai-a_, Firo.o A 'ss r i ry.
"" al.?l~~lt or .l l ,','ir dtea t o lh-,r actuasl 1 -1

+l. i.. la bf t li .)l u.ittta a c a--nt- -al aTile-. ,o e if- .t t
"" -------- t.t,. ." 1J ,....oodw.rh, ,rirat th.Lr,
1,G li u'II Lb," P" Pt r pfi ,,ID tol F l To e 1Ui.ifi' ri,
o tei 'old resnt atfalie u.'r.lnH, ti IIA t ri cIW HliAL BlL Nr t Bree.mrca Irre
the o( 'h le r 'y s'a 3al i'a e.L u t ad- I IspF t1 rs. "ill El d a a o Hy me, 40 i r, It
'~.m .,I..: In ~ a-'l 1 tic-Ja, 1"Ir"'Sat'tra'nh .Iel, ttr'aae liaava a ig .Lum y(I18 .Ltlse ofcliounedrobs;;
innsinr l L" an tnat, La11 b I er .51 in st'l o F f f trench p...pliu ta'

IhF el. r-L a's 1 i, o i ca t- u.. 0, I *V., r.a, C.on. linTitus, of her6 ,-s
JOHlN TV. tiNaL1.41;-[rio :iray '7r n-as f'nu Ia, John iGarlanid, i1' the li-i 'Is.-uia
'I b '. t u. wA. D rand, latest ; .a.o aa ya o
lanCer, I MusLion Cmar, is [ 'oJ rl A'l thet. AAb.lortow prices. The casee
t I T 1 A l jrmI.$ .' jch .im Bdlread nev, Wd MNo. 54 an [i-i Tit J- C 1.-l ,moit
n tire' t-,l n o .ad J ti m l ait at ,ihn ear- E.H.r.4 uII. -.tllN-iIlF T
--1 1a I at l ts at a ri-at -atA17i a! P. will ak Sraa cgiA. .1 'i r, a'Iliachi- I
alotv ;:y t 1t. LGoyo 1, C.DHotfstire, warho-eL 1s (at:- a
sell tf .,h ,: a r,. L's PL L.T Gavitt.a( ni s ch..
per coal. l ,'s a thin D the og i Ci irn r. i ii to G)t e a rI,o G- itL , aL mra e l o rurle ip I' AtI ,,'riy' -, ,tb .t

'Br .n -.-.i BI rclrniiE lu I' !a lec I '.n lei an'l -
s rw'f is* r mo ena a .y ad i t i -nr-AFl ca' T t ee.
.i bla uth .imi ai-t;L, a told C ,,h-p r rblv.. -plmb, tt i
SlshulyaPraent-Cceld Nsta~e-lu uota"r kIE 1111 AN'$UAL BALTL OF THE 12iTH R2441- prices, Ia JI Ittid'
iitt--I i i'.'i Turk R %WtLt La' %Al siLA I,! placeef at
c-f tcot ita, iad sos t.I --l m ~i I-'r Thea. atre adaou n n N 1
'l-eoh. en t lra a-wel (ho 's-h .r a.6 I-at'T'. 'rit b-.] o-"i Ta w rg and --ntl- aN 1 'r rtu.ri '

twt'ls'.te a by U rS t -gt't~a. ba gluaoi-,) Wartii letiae't mitc ^ l st'.ci Cti liialtaiiytr csc asaramraI'.Ia .
and~il v e llin B 1N. 103-1 br, l-eV fj lk -. -I III 1. i-hr l '? o:,,`0e,
1R-r--Iwb--- ---1--,.o a [itw d v--st_---.------f,---
His eintl. c-a, % n o t he r ',Ill bi-Slt at&'N a aeim.t,'ve.', to r drthIl b gra -t it, rrtkn p ce lemi.e t-1
w]lh it n t, o llar Pie i c u ,i-- y .i tarIt otf r y ;oi.s in tiDl b'he i' s rd 'msohpo ed &-c. at p-
b f it -e, r ra, -a,11 uanle. i.; ns, iac stall ll.thehotels and music str ,sll.lof e co i tte. rom 9A. to l .
a.. a;gRss.ta r. r-.1-1 ac.1 yiluni; ltaws Iat nill the ca-l- Put; nIZI. Col. HENRY CG. STEBiBINS, Chairmura. pair.___ ___
3ven5 t1sr5iswicaab o al m et 1 ai usatml- r i jthem a. I snair. IF. COOLEY, Secretory_
...---- I- -nR- RAT- .....

t, a'r. it'l fl t ihia e ratr e ope ria oi, .-1B "AiB T F
h. za. lTOt.EKS Fanay lHat fur No 440 lBroadwtay -F'flIE GRANDCM) 7SPTIHIITARY BALL TO Ls. BEG. I ss ~tete
c r- t will take placeat ote' tAsembl-- liyladv ertied by the sql ubo
Da y Goodals, Dry Gsaosls.-'.T'Isnc-who wihal to Psi.- ta-s, a I Draome street, on Monday evening, Dec.' such ara i a~y e-*a, IL-
1a, i t't rIc-it P irran. i ue p ,ii-j a ., Ir go mint I Is' taL l. a
a .rn tlst h al briv, a io.k ofl'uE II,, LEt .f.rl.hI i r', i i consisting of
BrW .i. ,_ t. Bl, i at em n.oit -.CT IISI i-SET VER-AiCASES.01
'Iff mr mut.yamain till c t oi L 'aL tarirbia gt'od_ c h yst a t s sCN ise
1am.. .'ILIMNr' rt.-i-hbilntmif, oni The ate. COMM NICATeON-1R. EDITO- G CALLED IN l'. made up
-~.,i Clinion EHal A.tor FPlarce, ThursIday evening, 6'-m French tI ert
t CK i" t' einli etldr lnb v ,,Int a t a t-M ll iirf, o r ndrt

S tfa!lth ..o#l nl b.-B;(. "ac en d ,n oi C. 'y ,tBo.1* i

M er l le rk nr was very much edied and amused by the lclnreand
7.eass I 5i a iic*le i'. tt .rass irr'rtpana .:-.t a ,I; t taineit3 in is.h-i a I-i Iclenton, andfroinifaets
161 l -wi s.t1-& t E AN -'Caining'aribat- iu t uc ca,;a r ve been effetesd at ral ismale CI
tu.e (5. ll.on streeN N. lI-PrE rbr.)ibes banLA&,v.- MBica-i-4.,A N cc.i Ira:11 I.-' Continues his lectures Ao Another case of
T l r paget fr,,l ,d un ,,rahlsh- With threo four e.nd ftl
InFlaree.tvnltng Io the Deelcoctloms by fl UN. 1'tPito'ttHBIa'Lt"1N, 01'TTRaItiPM.iWILL novelties received by t
If"a if.- rear ofr ilie ,iucy s-sat- i ,fH 4Ii I'.asgiu, L (Iby t 1,tai fin'- bte tW' rat..ta -aalaib at.%i aa.-A. r.
M 7 i.t4 l.9r i dhc-ad opr.l lidm -tar ofe,, h'lalr ty p- t.WI- t..naBd-IaatiteP 'c my.s I,
rs. at" c-iodi~ia-tsof uni l-a' oto l'ittl's, ca'i gifts;, j-L I attiaff aiim-eli an Iu-it,-v tses Llila',fit, .1;' I" t 'm1i-. c r.e C) OMHU ING N-EIVm
i',-a IT., F- dr- ai a-,ii sau n i or ailasoi in a.talay;, 'i -1 .rLb sI t 'y(f li ''T".,Le -way aejustree
.Be i t.inr. au lltbes ialmo r emlet rd r he p ats .-ki 'S -oi 'l. Itii al it. a flat, A-iaatio i-c ii'tal raTO sat-i match; ihe style is entt
i. .,ra,-IIrn niin s %ilar nIo 4Po Bt'o ,Ii -14. to nd jut introduced;ye
Bids Fulse nut] SRLelghs Rbi~s.-A LmtE'geo ial pac-i. of Othe Lao.9 -s -tIIIn aNo o res ts hcL,,-.: i st tents, Also, Brussels,
',inriatnte oh .'L felot s Hreo3odsn e, .i r, r. A B ro rs .e the l I. '-anr"afyt laces in great `1'1
S ie['owl t -ilbe'at-1 i its'.ianat late C1,al 3l;. aIttic, li lI r tll Tlurdry ve- hader les, &:. inn
l'-mvuta. WItai i~bl-v cnrn' tn Paid t rrfact, Biia- y.ntItr lif ire,[''tinter satselected -at the places
"1 ill InMBloCt1 lotllNr ln ,a, A rrs r on Tt S rrr [ ..i-wa, a tL Lecture tradeat-c-LoinIa
oiledk it. 1,1.1 said in The eCiarirng. I P 16t- WIt. uS P11.1 Slut, ayt tb
llr..if'ilL. bmu lrjill eie a! i2'i.l. t abtb) coi matoee
1Tai h, tBlr blhtr t. n ri.h -ct,l coi~llih e, l --- ifU

an l A sr Plaece T rSs-oberty.PIII, a1 1 t.
1 .r G raWi,, n ,,,r (h aS r_ c MI.l-,,'e P ut- (2i
V2X r, the mIlt b enlI N .mtrr Inthe Ir ntc-l.l Staoles of TH1,TRADES, & C, II,..
tis o"c.i b -ll,.1 ---1.. gin oland r. 0. C t1.ta'Ai'ptloetn .-- -- -- ---- ----ie srich sit by "s, m, at i

b hIt AU'ltsan .,,le], a-it a' l tea ears Desi mNt i. 11,2 Pe rl T'o ItNGlNEFP .S- ATD Y A Vt~lM l ulteatnino
Kirwfl, Ione door haInarf It-len l anlle w a l h e d o h ta.o t abe, l,,, oti s
,l9Pure Dead.yils C rlm vl.~i~ ei.IOam! Sl" hnal pps .i- eegag......ttaoassiasla't- dratigliel,6;,,an.fAdi... Iat'it li
The (o sml i- oat'i Pt-a'mila leSiosa Ijoll' aol lie..~ '-.,y rs!. 1 V .1o1~ t alpac. ~ '2,ti.Im ''

'lur ,o ns i Jte ,hin lbs p rmapr' .ijo n- S d ,I- S-,.. I,!

a ason is le att',linert f -r ItPn thn. h
rritt. l [c laird d so e nd nt'iil rih lors. Ma l'n o l ,Ia if. Walle c n a' t
A''tJirllr.ic ti-pts, f cIter~ tl art .,,,"a-tr, as p,'thn 'it" st ,Ilrc .Sisae,r ttt .alh aa a4a $ aT tt- 0 'it|A 1rSal
Wltew stree, ,rihll ',,. t pots'i It.o latI tine Oar.Inirsi F?, ae ]ad ,,'v fi- v r-tn n iiclw ~ ~ s l ~ frs h a

P 1 n i=. W o lGElitKFrr ,,T To P Birth etaut, l-l r..eo'nenl s
c timrrt. be l lies, l n a'r, c e lTatlote li.. tl ') -
"_ _l__'_ __ _W I E Jlr.EIEnL .(uu-ht ehc l -bhia it D

-a t aa'lnd ra mnria ei o i e r..n. a ar .a.lll' pr.-...ati.t ...p w o"fi

vi. s tub. Ba ui-i e hcmimI antll .r~ i'-lta ,rrn mapse ing ly pins . te w nip''aiI.It' a -ai n tl tlciyi tia-
; *rnZrrs uonc le,4 IIras.'ipnntlm'sl. as-I at Iha'a Mrnimica. I ri i tt samv ct i a.I-a] asal.'o
407alrrr, 'ts'ana'
(ias' AcsoworahgeI, mi Porgoiltnn Isel .L -h hits. il~, imonFO

uraa ln I no t .'inaal woos l4l i )a-ll mi'.it rnn cony half. v.1s $.
alct-u s ai ,ed rl' d I hc r r l di rs-, Hite. I" i h. [s W- a-d a-.. --- -

.e Los-n taM ih. pill.'.K oftE B'K'deI- RIS. s-tt Al gaao atclr
o [s. ra t ndAro ah ati ach bar h .e r sosh, I tnl!', r.''y.t
A srof twentlhly i l a a a ae.tih..e .. a t' al reAc, i,. a, in taar "it" r la a
,u~lueot t i'..l~estt notee, ~nL em O.i~rottirgbrnda jroveru

. l v.; BWasdd o oi. Alha-. lrui e pol-ioattA '.t eat par lr 4a0,gi.'e f 1'n 1 erl. ;tl'iaifri.s thelti, f ue
sIt.. o'lcrll yln sv.t Ii te ni.a1 t anal el I' ni l-a l i: Na a
Sr 43lhl anl -ri-at. t wo do, a p re !treat ltcnm saytrr sot, OAISN ..SP aiasatt t.E A DE 's O ~l
nnit buil~l din 1e ai) an-tat ; 40,0 m A ,le b'n tt-, [al)n B omIisTefua'ms -na-Llo er ie- ws
citt ;triebot',i ae titlinere al1:. "-: o tl i' I ial'asi.caifr'in sat ntbtin naert, A d ss1.
L~lli('Iol llcl 1' tiip~lrla tll rel b+ l~ia1, Etq.. I|--i t'sl. I- S-lral bt.ft.l'D.I;lh. Waisurri. ar d 'J rtcta.t .i-l si Wa ihtet tet ,-~ a~ IN
to, lllh. Casm loi I e S'llle~,}i of itaita. 5t'tt.f rhos-ta-ti riBcaaway, cl
tnt undsy ci-'S u's.o wIn. com b..r tinatiar' ca nia~ian.'o Of .thoosgitinsr.tIon

&-, man tAcknoPci.dan at t' dilv tPlcvlr"a isiic allara an t!ttftro oetPahtecors

At llnlr.,.'0, O -i".) Co., ori l'aur -.dlay ni-rorlir. .'- o1ml an ,c-Six II ON
.tbIri.u, aill tin I ',,,m'Liy. t' ,
r -,r IJ-', by i- Rt' n''.i' Gr.ha.m Ci 1 isim P. I'. Ro- by 'ihr i l' -rn r a ia .Pik antedby I
'iu e, 'tis cay, t.i A.nlii, la.iLr, of ul s Ji llid u Il, oh a '.- 1-1 i t0 r, P j II-'deate. A dre eac
A t.laata)a
* Llhll ....a '7jTT, L7,]1-
ivlxi l-A.Ilvl'l
nla Walerlfrr. ectri lTbir 12, at the ro.ldence urf Ii. ftR. ..I,
I'm i A -. ti- iatni Enotam rtn on f Williarn EI. ainid I t lt -JtSLE' s'lA --
'$iumt(tart' r my-alI3 years a-ad61-0 aan'1. uIt.1i.s-anIa. IFt 't i Pita-it ;t X h rl, ,saa'.a-w''I .1ilt or TPAT
it- im : orc.- -it, I. 1L, i, p i. i ,: i a a in -,,r- i t -
W %I ltt ..n D hIj i c- IL'tsA r -a, pi I.,i ,ht ai ..-',' LL i i. va- i etopl ('an lie 're
-,.m ^ ^ ;;^ "1 ir, C+. f .t-..1_JLh-,
IV atur.luri I 'I I i bl r ll,, I ,.r. 1qr,n HI. C -T.IN.
y;t.uipg.l 'aurh. r ... f Ihe late Cr!. .j- r i t s --
Mil .l'l pl r } I I. s
'Ilie is lliiw ,-' .-l I' titi ods f thefaIlrl; air ti ;..;i, Ull. a. .. ..i..a rr
'snttd la t o'lsit 'oerl erL'-, c-nII- r~mla ,,P ~ UG STORE, FOR SALE-;--At lT CLASS0, 10 ~ aauia i~ i.
4 >li d Il,.aiIn.I ii.. o funeral servia.-, I='.-i ih r!-i.l..-.To T V
cl In.r staler, hIr. II i.-,,ipl.... I.I ar.t nI.a..-a. ar.-n ie, store, sp li it y,
'h sllV aO i-nt ui.i., tl !. ,'-' -lsl., a -hl.iul lirc.:t i a.iitit tI. I o e 6s i 111 s1.e a-. t' l-. ti 1 ir k
Prr.lallrl i a sinal -l I ul i- r-- pI I p .. .r H..i.t irI i tt I. ,i t a'
L Ialtit n s r-made rsn11 ia 1 .'-lot'i .linJ, rli, I.I l ';. a -i al'ia ia .I ll
L .minti. ai,,i .I-in p-:. i l cr.
l's Itina u .iia l I'.,c friends of hli fatalier-hi-law. I rr
-lmd Will .m r1- Ic,- i, imre respettfuIly tilted l o attend S-rn. la i"'lor
L- iF.wil l i irta.i i I, mta president", No, 3 Stetfox plaoen-i tstn.
L, o;uu 1 i... ta'eo o'clock, Wittiout fartlsr ilI'l .li1Llf
i n s n u ti .u u k 4 I rin...I. h 1- 1. i I r.I'JJ l .
In i Iba .l.-iL',, t. lbe it ?., ..f 1 l,'e..-";la'ia a ,l.. I., evnng, ndeve a lla an e alng0 1 w ,at I i
ri'-ift ila '-! im 'ttlonttn _'d J. L in, '[i sita 'iv, tll IrsT adw 'ay-y-ita' elrv a r 1,Ea a
ifl .j' iT . cl-c', affs in i o fhra- ,06o'el-1li ir-a' cs-u; Io e 'T g -
i i iun. cl ualiF i.'... pt.e at the presence af her ia- loll, 2

lll 1

tady wol experience,. Tormn t' a
i r, No. 1i Sixth i avon-io. as I, cCOt-
o 4 P.M. ri i ...... i' da;- .t

pO.t 0 a, 'rel I
FOR \.A.' OP" USh, tcll;
Ott %V.'L or 5kLnnrco ma
ilaoit c'oia and ha o rn al
ie n r iCo'hn, a.) stt,, t r c-n '
ci In SIcarfil'.i I
a- |llI- "I a it i lit l Ir lian ll.+tlr
I' I linc' Ab St.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ X DW I.L **,,1,
c-awoi: t..o0 ao 0 r a L i
,-' ", &Ac. 5..'-s eoraprt'e
L'.,A1X rear of19an
-a-- j bl.;iL~~~[
__A I' .- -- .,' ,
- T. ,e i' 1,a- Il., 1 0ea.- h1
n. I- .!', .vl' a '-i. P 'I i
r I c i,,c To'.... c i.i. if
rPa,: tr,',,,t i, ." p a
. . .. .. T.. .. .....
---it "''P-l', "Fr. II'. I
Iri h * lhr'.^ h. ,i p 'a '
MI H iI a . ... '- a ,
1' '.- "' ' a i .- ." '
- n. l I'ItrIY& I a.Y- a
0,i. OTLWAY& !11.11 ., fte r.c

rensal PEfER l IIBlti & Co., IPACI
e. PIeLorRoberta & Co. will orshiP Vi p wit
,,.k icf a eir spicen-li.A Imipratlon Ero d Li
It t olllnt iv '-,Aill Atllactla.i o'clock m e
.-ri. Ji. it pr.- tla areor pasa
. i,,'ia 1',,,irai ,c..iaafn rul in fo elegant tan
1.1ju-L impartel Iruts a Po- vEDI
to rI-h', a. Alo raIn ln i pn q u Pa er A req.
ini',in1.,a Rt',b.iurt au.d S nih T Ali I tail a
SPart" san ol I in of Ih' liufEl t i't'U il et
h.l parterns., :ni-t'i, r.!-iosoanoaI t any
, ,ewrl a.]- m-iDl.U rl Ir so
,a,'isrtiati- tnaiT. aluilim g lLR

'Ir.t, "'ln anil clolh cloak t '
an l ,irc i, a,.a japst recetlsi ,aLaa lras
oor nmagnlflfent opera leoal iaFht .n
rimme.i, rad ithe ,.:.ry tlat f ca rasa
il tifaal artel-s ;Din r Ctrn i t clo teO ai pa.
.n, &rl hI hIIladies art t adatt A IIatnEd
ir. Brodee Spl, tac,.nO tock be- Rr t
Pro. ~~I LRc1A, Ch~-Iyil
Sre. A'i Caipt. E. a.LI

1 NEV .RP WERE 'Tit ,pj AF U ". Col r
cat elr-als .,r che,-'., I ot e Vt 6Car
ttIb rl ard I alti, try oallnyti a
No i 0 Canal ir,--.t. ar
ar ount the r' r h ,t 1i.L
ricb hrwI 'rM,..a u;r.p.benote
imrsod selrt, [ ca aa' irlil aanDtic
and rich Lyotin slveti, 'iaarrar iel I r
$40, richly ttr A C,1na;.1 < all Antii ratI '
If youiwant a really handaone 1'iA" (1i'ir
time. adaLa tian,
a_ -A---______tiaalttitas
'[THIE GREAr 'ALEO1' a 1013creUt r
1-1 _tiL F regit or a
A. T. STEWART &00.. F.
, Caaibsrt au&-i Ft.,le oa '
TIOLIDAY FAI 0- O1'J .elt'A\.I.i- thD.
flitia, ,.1. 0l.. i e,, l. a r i, h 1
i.1 Ris l 1.d i,-,i' rIrt 1. th -.I I al iSt
balenInu.I.,l ii u all [art ,tIi vi. 1 TIhTa.
ieeslow. ERAPERiE O & SONT,and'iogpoi
about p:isi odingt" o L
tion, to --,--tatb-t-it
r thia morning-400 plaid a CO., 86 outh street.
V( each; 200 do do $7 80; rich
It, .',11 'heap; 16d dressesfine i II
it .i ', a paratiattis, $1 12 1T 'lfaDyitta
tel plaid, at 2s. per y.irld; I sdo i 'I AN
. pr yard; 300 ol) ib Rony shawls IIY)IJ j
eit, yii., 400 broche longan II ulIYshtil
-. P.,bb,.n,, at halftheir value. A It .. .
all been purchased at the lte
ho best and cheapest goodsever 'CaT r uI
R H. I.EADBiEATER, ''.l .a-''
Away, corner of L onarhlstreet.-C
aed to an inspection of our stock Saloon $0, $65 n
consisting of collars, slees Aitd numbe
idkerchilefI, &c., of lto impoaa -Ioan-wit
nty-five p Ir cent lesI tihan th $ ......
where. DROWN & DOYLE, 3z51 i'-it ajt
h and Oreat Jones threats. crtifctes of .
- - ;C--IIhol.l ati itap
ortmilent of collars, collarsads ay,`Iu.
ad ehelmiettes and sleves'l
A muslin, for sale by EUGE ASGOW & N
oad sy, up s The new awd
udway, saqrajrs, between Cort.
As. 2,400tonan600h
and GLASGOW, 1,96
IN TH ER Fr!01. O commd
of December, York Glasgow Sat
ITEWART & CO. -. aa ana
.lance c" ti,.-.;. ati 'h i k' a i
A I)>, ,s c' -I attiato i
ly reduced ,i -I [ .I M
the most h .ho ir a it" -l n a- 6 a 1 tA i
of which have been rnairufac-
ressly for their city trade.
",.\1'V;AU' If i1rV I
55 Broadway, and branch esb- S. AL L
3' r a T.I 'uoiltt, i a l i ltu'd I
ir,.,a I .o a 'it n i I la i i
i lt... .a.. aPh. >> ti.'oh auii Ii i a R
d p -.. ': .* t a.*t, I i.-
ress patrn. et at Panama wi
a, $20. John.' Steen.
ie,from Is. ld. up. arls. tp l
dress and upwaIAls. j1 I'. t eM
per' yard.,
S. per r.
h emlbroideries, at one-lf the S. MAL I
U. vaiai and Nea
1. brochle sbawl, from $3 up- 1, a 2 P.fro
f gooda at equally low prices.
.1. BECK & CO. "c
Is. 355. 71i and 788 Broadway. c.cubifoot.
.- --1- .. -
i ci)., f. ITa jr
IBr,.. Iway, ir. N oir a
miaii.'at..u, rseral aIir a' f n, at- I af cIL'
moir, 'orintilrs, a falit a "':tr I" ap t o
also striped and plaid valencias, 1,ct rr.'
, .i.: 1.1 A tA fa n 6, -u
.La o[trtar, in IAIn;aI-r % YORK & (W
ilinmy .,(i !.-, their FuropiNicaragu-T
a.Ahi a Ii 'I (. 1-t1U at., a. "i. p ple r-T
4. .i as.bis .il 'aag,,aat. a rus n iolI i,
,lln 01 irll, ila. .:h theo sv- r --Lb dle.-
',il b oj-a i al n-erecedoliit I -hI I ra
-ill be opened this morrnintg. It-
- - .-- -, _- -. eto t
ii N311- Ft-TIIE BErf -I IV 'i 1 i ji.h iats"T ,ia i
-l..t...t .=larlli- r' ',t- l ataP
I' a 1 ., I. ers JI _hlluI_ I tl AI 'i a
-I .1 i hl, iriet d ,'i rs, sl;i
TI--ab;fll A., V el'6.n, u l tni,
1 PItIaI.b n.ei oim theo
uresa and cloak trimmings, t
aI1-r .' ,- .-lt, atreduced
ICE, Ilanat (A
[ 1i', .N73 t",RO.DWAY, WILTL1_r vI
a-1 pci ,oti li.,' ha. stock w hli ha- a .
" a. Iu.-,t .0.f, uil.-, lot of lrnch [It 1a '- lI.
ItI, c..tita ,ti .. collars, sleeves, a pre s i u a
.1, blackvT6ils, infants' robes, ta.:Ia L .
l.11 iastoni'h the ladles. Open t'0m .- At 1,
Bost Paria kidgloves 4s. ld. perl'AI
~ total I n .aa
IN Dniaos OOOsi-, *ATC.,
ribers last week ha ing mot ei .i.Ni..
will open another lot onl lr p
IV, December 18, 1.In.
Clper ROP
;, l nSsG I--t' CM iC l itIOOpLa t
i ill tsir-" lA ia-.L `4 i .1 h Dilrea. l
uo e : r: I t'i' ,r ',e ig I, 1 e
i IrIoIaiar, lltret.
loaks andI Mant'llMI, e. Jr I
o floences each, and many other iL t
Ie last st-amerr. II i.'.tt"
.STEWART & CO., lBroadway. _rl.frrrtr
- tr---nt re of wges
sived point collars and sdeevest- .
rely new, bring-very light, dressy
ry appropriate for holidaypr-
Goipure, llontton and Meehlin
" c ,i.,,.:.).-il collars, sleeves i
iull o ors i.rl-it. Oar goods baina t.. .-,
s of manufacturo for flrst tir pate aItvr
l .] 1 ,prices uch below an asenger of t
cabin and as only aI
1_.'l-I I.I..'FEIRSON& LAKE, 471. aI-a as
,a rai I'laa-day. the 18th ii 30t C I
- per yard. We wonlA a.-
c Is'.-r *. a-a *Let.-c ps-' taat ai S''.tI N
o-!-a ..... k 'it, - '+ l '.' tt,
WV\.,I i,.,r the r, ire
.. h.,lnu.-ii .&ia at
,'ry, .,dl gloves, &c .,aiaounting
Ilasrrl', 779 Broadway, must
without rofernceo to coat, hi co
ation in their business at that
tit agrandopportsunltytopn
it .fil l base

l that .ho shas takcn the store
Ninth anael fo iit aa sirooiHd .ana
net., wi'ili a large tiial w els ai
I,.i'1 '" ribbon, hosiery, ar
e I,, .'hiobi hab s been selected
I a .iittT .i, i .1" I .
...i,ii.. ,h.,h* i ,' ll ,~ ." in ," i | .
h1nl t araiji a. at -,t t~ i
nt1 l ati .- ar.S. h. .. t, r '.T I, a.

Ta7CTXOOa V : l=
tsliip.-iiookteeptng rdtliceo
t through course of instruct
wt lOsrTHaS, 363 Broadwa
__-----han trade)l pe
-o of fortune, 'a ii-. a fI.. |
Ie on the piano. .5-I-i 'a : [

l pupils to instruct in mu
-e in a school it this city
II.,Post Oiti:e. s -g LsOi
-- rta-a--- -Isli i ~l
onues to rocelvoe ne pi f o p i
a the French lanruiga, irsatrti
peak it with ducncy sand corr
Terms moderate.
- ----------..---- Crat ht


bh C in oit'ablr t. i-. aa t '
atnr,,.l ] }t* r.' i ..I. ..
I br an.t ialIt a t i.. linl a n
in" w.n1 l fla a ... .is-ao ,2 I
anris. A -l, J 'j a ki1to i
c-it Fa.lI vlStpia,, a 1 a I 'i

powerful steamspNEW
irse pewor it. Craig, command
2 tons. and 400 hoe poer (.
'r), built expressly for the trade e-
Hlaagow,w-ll sail as under. From New
rday, 20th January, 1855, a: 12 non.
Itle-h ro ts' l a iat0 I '.. la d, Ia
,i.-hip isit *)tr-?r..- fit s I
.'iclIn.--A SinaiT" Id o. .'crof third
i r b aL.i.n, fU .pl.l
b5*li tat.. ;n, mn''a twihpoiin

.oa t N. I-aav t Cal, llsor g.13,
t cir pa-.,i-,, ,,,,
o~c S. 'i.'-ti,

au-, n a r.:uh.-On duesay,
i i 'I .r., re foot f Warr
o.Il. b i, i .-i,,.
thsi La the rs tr ream-p
r~r'it -i Wamash, to con-
the tnow siand suepsa'lr 6er' --itp
A spare b(Nett talay. L'ptatIai r
) '- (1. L i,-'f. l'
J. W. jA ta
IS'!11]itsI (l'aiWatls1, I)R l klt
r Orihaas -On Moay, a
pier foot of Wairretc North
J bL '' .... -
k L i 'i ii.i
?pec''''" a* a> i ''"
-e;, ,'. u -. -
,e e auSr I i lt-

ti." (I IL.:. -- 1 -1
r a,
te'Accessory TransitGotNt-
'- 1.ila~rar^i mit'.1 j. .
- a l rL i -a

i r 1 nta h Ar-i l
i a.'. I -,+ si Arn '.. -io 'r

the FC
- !;t ;'*;t i t le ] I
T IC. 'lre ', i..iarne+'r
ta.1 ,.Lh- r., 1-0i" a raa,
" anij I, '.I.' NAg t
Ir tYC, C. t iEleN

.RVi-Y BnIoRCMv-
't, iian rl ,t.. Ir. I, : l' i-
aa"nta-i la]- 'ar t. ta. i ta sa '
i .a-. -i.l' i 1aii,'i Ia..t a
itL Ii I u., e;,,i I .y
m-t aai-ur,t'r-a l-a. timat i reIIM -- niry,
l induopmenta to hippedesiros
it~~~~a la.i'artari'toPraiociEca
i I lI l- io-thteirloa l-
a. 0' ti' thadnc ot
b' *T, I. it havePrompt dispat .
,'. fi,% & CO., Wal tret.
[L.a'WNir, for nePer
t. i a lat t
4C, for tiidayLin fro N
N QUEEN, to aed the Trpi
sae, apply to F. TA ION,11

eral '.+ I -'l -leO :
.A ... i L. -. .ite" t.'
y I n .- ii- l lp
r'o aplinyit.l .tu L-- r
eisa,.r areeeowmoss.
a. W. CAMESRON, Wllstreet
: init, I A lippership ISTEt
ttaa, tit n tiutan Roes, comtmandler,
at,.n r Melbour, Prt h
,', r:,r Mo
p i earaij i wo years odanda
F I., t H-r accomdationfor
to very best, both in first and od
limited number wiltakeearly
st y. tor fightorassage. at lo
(I L1.1. & ELIJOT,ItPearl t,
('.. South

1~ 1 I. 1,|.1| i l .Lip
: L ''-I. '. 1 : f. I a, n - ,' I
a.t l t ll, b 'h 1' -. ,.' .
'a -' l a i-mitca.1tt's- a -!V -m
a i t L..'"'el. lihrt A
S i i r.y : early p
'T "f 1T -*.o"''*-""-
S i.. i i sipl i A lar
ii .l,-a ti i i oth rha-
been unaa',, it, a
:ates 1i-the-io it 'i
ritedl nsmis r i 1 a
. I.,I. .:' ,1" c i)
i ti. r i 1. t a I' i1 .
ILI 1- 0-a1I .. t La-' a .ini .1 -,-i1

i aol 1 r i o ', all

, '1-1Y 11 i: "DA
i .,.a r at ir'. a .'7wil.
0.01i'' t C S)A 7,-L-.~~ tT

Fi V I ,i,, n .3 Tl'r AI [
a a t-It .will posltiely:u.1il tin or
a!i.1. - money, for tto frhlil-
'r .i :ig a c tact. Ti
lbeatPier9E. It. on a a a
:on years' eperiauen riit -i.
in hero tihtelboeaniwillt
iti o Tnit, n 1m r i .. ta[,t, fa -g
\ilt'a' a-t -- '-''a t-a" a
\,,'.!,1 1Tptn lh-
s si t b. o-at a. c1
.,1 1,:, % .D

Iow Orleans. :',." t -
id St'aso Mail. ilai .. -
fcldot, comanutder,wll fr the'
siay, Dcemhbor 28th at 12 o'clock
Beoaclt street, Northrier. gh
Ifetr t U-.t '-.c-c. s'0-]Ato oar agenot
fpr M ai.r, c, ir-,
cre in oriDl .. C. a
,e r^l |'"*o i dlll pc/
ar\ I' tin.16 [o t ''
lItSIM '.-r' 'i, Criha~l.t'' ni"i
. .N liI.- -i la i BL
il ol 4 IA iin r] .i L. c -i1
r (-till iJiIlis ,,l' 1a
-jnit.h pt., l..a toii -Lip. li
r, ii .. Iz t sl- est' kTUtRa, a ',"-
S' 1+ -3..11v l Bl,
,al. r, will lI. -I No.13 ar
. I c, 10, at 3o'toak P. .: will r
ni t. afternoon, andlIrarga
Z raia i o r't P-ta o' a s. Cra-a1. a
aL Ip.iero- i. In r r i iiin. ti
ill e..l.;on i.i o. .
,re t.) N. rr, IS;
Shit i.' ait' ij i 'K5.5h ls
a -or V t al asf s11'Yto

nah iriT. t f' a -- i .
, ,I.,I,..lin ',! 'r .h
la- i a| 1, -t a ',., v' s
, i ,if i. ' a-' i i
-, i i, 'r fi a. s
I a.l. l r.. t I '
- I,',.- l-'.--I l^
,1. I 'p I i 1 \ i
showc ioral on
cut Cits-r ,a

wheel steamnhip QU.AKEr CITY. U.H-I'
commander, t taa- t 1lIrled pladfor (nlrrla, S.
C., on Saturday, l.i;a .Cabinpas
sage, $20. Apply 1.) DLfi-6; I hLN, 37X North
wharves, Philadelohia.
i 'ii r -1i I; IL aad pl.- lnddteaasip
NAt1 F I rI B.iIrI, i n-..n ,rI leave pier No.
4 -rel'. Pa i ...n i i in -- lya. ` at3 0k, .
M I rF-..IC ly F r fr gil At '. Ii % r.n biard,snhere alt
t;l, ci io.-- i na i,- c pasall i- at the
if,,. ,- -. I&tl'l' D, TiL I C 1 30Bradway.
_T'isopah ticl'etq to Floridaasfollow- acksnvl
i I- ro frilita, $83. TheJames Adgerwill sucean
Isavo on Saturday, December 23
,T s'l'L tO '4. ,l'a[T i t i t
Ji -Thbe nndeii;gned, having been appointagents
at New York for Borton Maine Insurance C anes,
hereby notify masters of vessels owned at the Eastand
insured ori: I t i uralaoton, in the event of
shipwreck o, 1, ".I. a th vicinity of New Y on
the Jercey and Virginia coast, to tegrap or other-
wie advise .- ,,a1-'i ;-r r nmediatly, that it-
Oiihd Luj , ;i [, t ',, ri Li:
.Jiriiui:. r i-.J i -in Alsoinall m r
I .i,-- to coafer asiltCIt -
i a i l *r ji a .... l "
tuel ,atsfiirat.ii 't. JNSON&HIG -aIst.
TlHEl- S1l' G!;I,.A.T REPIJPL''i- f'l-
T 'fahe riat '- .1-1:' nowL a ?' r *-it ac
naarjy otnpoeits'' i C i iret, bt sre us
raover rret i a i c rebuilt at 'ar -' i
liaiars,' GC 'iI' t, lt I l .New ol-, -- a
Ilofly at v", hai tou lou as erete, bing
the ]1asi vczel- -flioat. ilen vlilg her may
asnly a l:'i Ft7oith ire rinf nticn or passage
wlrere th-'fet of artay be o .

-a. '1. a l d
.er i.,u,' .s ;1 .n a b
*,,.; o ,',. 1 i', .-,**,'; i
inst., at S}, P. ,, to liar tth
aiqp inted m14 t ,Ie li inate d tke
tbietW. J-SiilS PAKE .jR, cc~y
et of- th raI, -ba 0j i la. o S.t
r. i.w ,-;cl-:i~-up,: _o =. ,
i 'y en Ritinigi-a a-.--l"5ar d'sal t as- pes tin !
-she 7v-c L,; ?c-;i 12, cestsal.toin alth

B I.-COT 'flAI. DOURIE tE-a-
r ina e'f ,-1 1A -rners_ of pr e y a ec- by
aboae inieprce\'ritmnl, iaT' are o pcd to tr
will' lc-d at,- L' ula: sit inii e Pu'lh etrat'-
l'+ 'atli i.mnie ;.1- 7 n'e'+ih,
hlata r .m ta ,' !T a, H. o S1 IE aya A.
S. F1. er st

I Liilige 1of Inatructiou, ander i ia -iM -
lard Grand toalge; loctaiedt ian a- -ia-And
Crcsby street, baking i tnoconitutreetly
adopted se'eni:n i '",' T ecinedtemofwork-a
established ty li.. I.- ", tn Ca itteein1820,fully
iinastratcd in Allyn's RitualerardLitia-
isonm'y, FeI1w'l Ancien teris, al the ExpAtion of
the Craft la clati qd). Tho members of te different
.' LT r i i m I ri at juidicton are hereby
.. . i..' ;' iC ,'- a a c te ritul of ti
molde of work b applying to A. Livingston, basement
store, coznir ofGraid andClrystie streets, New ok.
S it',, t, q..' ab;:- mrDetroitm s unday,
Deen- ri -:'I, a,-'S to I- -a Strong&Co., s-
ton, e -at. t t r-:t ,, hr- t and crt ats,
viz.;-J. L i 't .r', rL.'ScottN lork
payable to -.'-rd -r 'Je Stephensabyhen-
dorsed payable to tfie order of Als trog & Co.,
No. l.,Td for four hulidreddfrty dollars and twenty-
sthree cents, ($440 23); alsoA..y's draft on the
American Exchange Bank,ew York payable to th
ortier oft" Alexander Strong & 14,o three
hundred and fifty-nine dollar, ($369; as, certify
Wof dI- 1.,. '. 0n Ir fro. dwarCon fre of N..
tw+ niy ..'. Ihrmq; ,t. fro
H. liartt, anitl by him endorsed-as the ters nve
been receive by us in Boston, and is suped to
lsst-all peoros are herebycational it0-
P. I.aa'. -i n. drafts, or certifi.c!,a l
t. i in-i a.' n' i beenstopped.
Sj.,: t-.-. II 1T LE. STRONC & O.

iiasl -la' 'I vrr-' n r a-ut P o ,ace by
notified ilt1 Iheb -,; I -r. a .. r iri o nthe id
January, to be continued on Tuesdays, Turdays and
.r r'-, .i. ry week. Mr.FPerin, lion. Scary,
s 111 L, '.' to .'C.'!' l 'e mbe'sany
eve-ning, alter 7 <' ;t I .. e ct.Y n
ploayersB, an s id he ee e'1sirous of ea ing i -a r
c rdially invited to become iber In Ia-,ia n
by the Secretary, 5Il'
lN siciatioe i ir. a t .' e-i..e I. at Calis ',cr-
ner of Ci.tra a.i L'., i this afternoon, at 3
'. o' rloark 1 ,r,- irjl io'l ed Byord of
r il I RONEY, Preident.
J. it. fL;ur.T,Secretary.
T e. ates, ev Court ltose.-Noce Is iby given
that one per cent has added ontherI.ofecem
ber,o i all ts?:as .'al ta:."f] urthr
adittio of filo p' t ( '". IA-aenthe150'ayoft
December, -,n :'. iLF- I', then npaid. N ticial he
#.y gl- i, a t .'y of anary n t f
f, i t.m- al 'tat a..-a inl -t
"r1 ,c' ,rem, ain'ing u-r," *- pj

i "'.IVEY HART, ReceerfTe.

W-lT Vil FF)I
i 'ri i'. N, I'i 71\.< .
r 'a Ii l-r. i N*.' ; 5 n t- .'Cai Ill [-Sai 1S' Fi
r .1 .i-ten etai, ., I O 't aii -'intl
L a ,1. hi "t.. .- .- an
i L.' ],'f. i a -'-bt r- n a .
:,I.ta l ., ii .., o' i A .I pi 'i 1 ir
siatlat-ii.' atila i.' t~t i Dr. i i ll t'p ile
41 'ti,, i-n ';.-et : I aJ L a
iy Yi iFt o I S Or T NW YORK CO-
F.aI -r att & man have Jst rci by
etVl.n, Ii.. lprIt ,rL a n.jr: rb an i nta ry l o
R ,uss t -,I t aln lad .iaan0ruaata. alta tin asci
ltpr.,ely f..r t rua- i" iadf-r
F eou'il >[.!.l t,.:liot putrei-
ol nurd. al F-.I s T;.I ur'rle ar
r,-. atnbl l.a-e t -il isl alwi- e t

t's m i I' ,d '.:) i-i, a- -r TofFre ch
f ','i'""'."i'l'l "'-P ar Ih"..n
and tissue at' t a' It l' a
.'. L-i I.i i'i.JN 71Broadway
"F'IlI.- ."r .'J.1. *:-tIlo.
F alt' ''P '.t 1-OLoW/L I,
betwe- 't aLllvr and ';b.ile. any
.uru ta.-aill aisit the above ar ict .l t-
ran -' h -1. si' i'i t ,t1 -s Ia.. ', nt
ofal iihnds. Ft i -lennt ali..a a te t L
present fashion, on modrtterm.
II'I"','. iC.--, I 1 'aV.' 11
JI i-,u i,1 ? ,. .u i I I
-Lac k I
1-C, "
100 a colored i
20 ied
100 :,qi.erIintni
of black, wbce, a.'. rt l n I whichto-
.-- i-r vill i i I -I.-.-L, [I.- ver, felt and p n-
ta t-, n.'1 I sb forcash
C4 and 11t John street, .
CABF:i ArN CDRAVAT son tal a
li tct as.ortins r.t*. rat'(tl t_'.t
log hb li 'iv" -a lare racicd h et
Hclnade it t. a

a C*

Eluu fl. riHN G.
-G-iTKD -AT- MAL a 'Ait- ,.
Sye, COommander. [hle steam- j song sending for hirri can have them brought
Ith the UoMted States mall for out In any of the magnificent ship. comprising this
a WedInuetiay, December '0, ai 12 favorite terms.
berth at the foot of Cranal street. tLe ahlpa are uneor-ae by an afloat. Thfollowing
h0, harng nneqnalled aeoomnaodna. potye iio the
ad comfortWi.ay o eottEmeraldle
ARD K. COll-te3, 6, 36 Wa01 tteA.o
listed to hW on boar, at fik.t A.f .tAai
uceeed thn PPcitu', and sail Jan. 10. Qn of Clippers, lic
take noels., that the bape of ua Antaric;i,
goods oniraban'l of wa.r CnlLa Welot,
tinder's ricer, Ibtanvt,
I NORTH .\ML.ROAN ROY V.M. 1 Shamrock, Cambri,
a T U Progress, Sandy Hook.
DW a w TO U.cPhs.t .jspackeia. sL. Byg twice
............0................. o e tL Lis1. .-l tre i .iat .rc ibeir frt la
.. ............................ 7 te l O T lt r t onr nable rm at
" .'.'. ;;'.,,," " ca mo
ron"' Ta' Lis'Ei.o'iJ Dppl,<-l T-&yablo in slt persor Great Britain or Ireland,
......Al for largeocar small amaanta., 'in aprliral."n "I.,
T.........T........O......h... 1 t S t l' r t.
eon laU t Hai~fat.* *** *__
na, AMIl.CA, Caipt. Laag, O t O URN TAVLLR-TH U. S. JAL
EU'Oi'A, Cipt. tha nn's, I t,.itp O
t, C.iN.AA.t., Cap a. tno,. 13 North ritriIairaaa at oclck. rR h-
i.n, NIAGARA, Cipt. L-ai[-'i. teonwd lnd lragtoh nsiflrwhere
a cl.rai whalte Ih'uts aL imIntnea-.; 1 gingtrag fLoank hcn ta a tinou e
ww; re-.i on apo.t b.ow c- .( ra, ratIhrnnr rlinaC rgi. .
es B.ason We'inaaiay. Jan. 3, ibi. LUDLAM LAN,2roadway
.1 1. JanD. 17, IIt L'.
ambhirp of this lIne [ruom l Yirlak "ORLAANAVlr E3T-TO
I' tilsly on 'IFirday, Decemr 19a 7 c-'co A.
'Itriil pa.d for. The tuid Saes mail at p E, Win a
a.Bon oa Loi. .I. Cominriandorilae reonforHavanavao
is hips ailll not L., a',.a,:ntabla for Wasrt onthe1nlthndI forChalto,
p t-':l,,.a.m(li.v f,pr'i'raouaj ainn, or na K Wev on the Itian hoeah moth. T
i ladlinga:iresgued lih:ILI'ran-I iLle Isbl'now tnee aa Hvaawith h' nltd t.
D esptea4.I Neall SlaibirCoan'aInorstepoorfi an
art'e aiply tO ;o via Apinwall al l crr the P iflaiah.
LINAtRP, No. 4 ouliag GIreen. For paseageapply i? l'i CO..ldEa
tter.-Ih' splndad n'.R' sod i.'t- Comp lemerLE owr, cin-
'E:T PCOIN r, Capt. William., will d-, will for the above prtn Wedneay, Deom-
,-irl iy ltili ins.I at 12 o'iek b-rar 20, at 2 .,frn ( rd' rf Jer yCity. For'
tir.oalfttlon- lor cibin, ac.r.nd ,liun pasage apply to I5, PHEi & CO., 14 South
Dert ari'e unsiar[,.ia'nild. iN oa ret.
Lur(or] ihourld m e parly bIilta-
m, on hoard, t ,;r i L.i ,VANNAH-ARE REDUED.-TEUNITED
l, r to W. & J. r. TAi.C'SOI' & States steamip STATE OF GEORA, Capt.
J. J. Garvin, will leave rhiadelp for Savannah
Wednesday, Dee. "1, at110.-,'
AND I't1lTDleLFiL\ TFAMIP steerage $7. The 'Iiaasaboe
A 'nilli-.i tIear laV-Oite tart.hipi.,- followingWednesday.A n i'i SRAN
,K ....' ,l's itta Wy:.o. & TALLAN 19 Old lip, where staterooms maybs
Sins(ulihtil ..Capt.cured.
Jd's ,j ,;00 .Cipt R. L"alh.
......1,8;4 ..iplt. -- OR A FAE REDUED.-THE UNI
i'0i ritu.Lit I IIIA. F' Statesail Steamship EYSTO STAT, Cap
Ilt.... Itrla1.y r' l1,al, 1655, B. Hard ill lev Piladephia for Savannah, on
....... Ab%,'t Ihnit.'.--a yWednesday, De 20 at 10 oclockA.I. Fare, $0;
-i-m Li ?nrtr,'i. steerage $7. The SA OF GEORGIA wil leae as
UTl..W.iiln.'.say P,'c,,ir,'-',r, i1. aboveto;ollowi ednesay. Agents inNewYork,
Aloatm W.:-.isamta,------ ECRANTON&TALAN, 19 OldtSlip, werttrooms
d $65, according to sat, room. w yesecured
w onf chiictlassg ..aaangrwiltlb-e

A LADYZor T2 mmi Af. urYis
desirosa o! o a iiauiair a
ill faily, or as etsmpiy. Wouldlkto
travel. UUne-xeptloneahle r-e r W he gen Salry
moderate. Adidres Mt A Il reond nue.
uab"esa iluaiion i-. gn l-
.ip n. Auldides 4M bo% -or.lil,
00 Jane FtreI'l, fro
.A title. Merooliian i -I.. l, mrtow n
P. liberal cOmmi.-liu -ill Ap frn, o5
,' ,ltC i, at 2n0 West liitrt"I Ln t, wee Nltb
and Tenth aTenues.
tal of oned .llalria o'. k. L- da gaod(japOtt.
Lily ofdoing well by opil ngwithin the ne three
t0oy' at 40' y31 .
man't fln.ry st'r',. I-a. ine ho- illuig
to deI L tLr liLd 1ntme io Ith> n.t1it i-ini analla em
[pl(iter, cau obtain a petitli t'w -.lit' byalr.. g
Ifid time to laiu-Lry. I ita 4
O'K .i FR sNI f 'A t'tilR ANI-t GOTO
B prngp1ii bi, Mss i *ch ndclo h o .
A %'ati an 1 r.i:rdlt ftli.i aErl rnlpraned.
':. t. a t.'La n I ;,-I,i itf ritati ad fai, ir
1 ill'. .ii pal.. ..til rene l, whe A ito
It tt atl, a it e i balr, tI d bo 'dPt 01 ,
a. i r. -l.: ?t'
I (i .nt.i-i L I. ul .h i. -. I get a itu a
Jat- rli r trr Il-tlaut 1 ir rm t in
rbat', Intur,' ].1i I t-,-' it th-nc.,- ir
~,~,r thre tei sa in. 'a e golr ,e
;it'rcquiJ. Ifanyvone & yooo .(or
Ile -abospurpr-p... rier a,-' ,
chill, .I nda at i -,o I workit r red.
I- e wi.- b hal hbr d i rC..'1 bringt..t y
-rerirace,La3i lpilly t i 7 V i [I -cat r t.
man, wvho ha- brr -i'. cler in .?w I.w i
.< l. ;rrI- ,i'.cl rut'Ceirj i-.i iig tiea d n.
-1.' r 1 -, 1" .. l,.l.a-prn1? I tl tlt gl n nd
I rit c' *,..'I. t:t r.rnru .. be
is l .ea.r I I.o
XIfAN3(I-.A 6l1I:A1 sA tt-tMBEtIMtl
iV ;i r.b Ir, b) a e rl .iI gi J ta'
, a.. i"':',i'i n i i h ai L-w ns lia. rh(
Lave no further use for her ceatpresent.Appi
at No. 37 Rutger treet.
I TA.VTT-UY A mt-1iTr raai ar
nil a t itii (u 1, i ts ,. .i L .r is arA l
psIrtLe lW i' tI1 hIsl r..1 at. a3c i a- -' t
the rrnntry can giv reritioea rth lastivyears.
C'in It :.i'tn l,-r two das, : tattatiat.
hble woman, who tihoru, i.!,' tn L'.d
'sis Fr'nth c'L. ntn it. itai- gi t' t -t. a
ea Y3 i'-,rci cH Itet 1, d] ti !,rf it-* ays, or call at 108
:,zy r'l;'r~iccs ^ ,i.JlJ]
East Shirteenth street, Avenue.
ITANTEP-B1Y A 13W E`-ETAt'mTF Th till %-t'tw,
It a LliO .II t- au, L- r.r v I ta'n -
Ir-j Lbrthe imhai a:tm-. ', i, a .
t'ai iL.tii l rl ,t .t.'lt u 1 I -L e
r, a. od i. a iower with two chi-
(ia-,.i in .la ,r"n. Z1' i fully Cupetet to t
ch ;' l te former, and Lit
r. .* lb herself. Pileare cMrs.4. .,
31 Carroll street, Fouth Tin, fothreedays.
cachi ay inli the weel, i. litl irl m t

i t'.INTr-a['- I.'t rl, I i -i. n-iM -ira
IS': 1 l' i a I i .a .-I 'l ; 'it a t.Ti'C 3- Alt
I' ir t i it b e

a .. it, ot1 Nl,' i l .
I,' sT LP-a S iii 1 TV11 1 PUI-[NT LOP.(A-M tI1.-th4
AI I'i3t't-TWOE it. Ph- j' t r. iL.raaaGlOii.a' -1 1-r-
I ppl' i..i. at. -a h. I r.: t.t l .. r
r train' apah a' P. e' tt
.\ \' a-Al .F~in'ThO LAr' Ic iX Jt-s

1COiPART tRS .i TI -
4ti410 C-Ilcash, totake--
a.L e :-I in t i l rlal...I rl t wa
wilh first la c-s lou ii, I
aor(-i5 l 'i .-it iN-,i u l aaaryc aaus and
L.-.rl -.-. L i ) ;,,,r. i l o- ti v il
.11 tnt r (a.I. a he ken ely

I' i -[ *a i -% 1. i 0- Ea, A i-..R ,,RiT E
O -. i ) ,..r--i a-i a. 'aI'a.nihh a r, 'ay. Lb -
"i 7. --atrat1t' tai..1 a'ar t., 13a'deSir.,ij.3..-r--b-
I'. r, ,.r i l .- r i s t i i r i i ti",
Ir 11 !.,-- J I~iolDr, "ll.i Ir'
'-llaar. to carn' on li .F,. r
iterticairs in;iTre i .. H-li No. I Na-

Vi '..ipF ,- ril.i.I iL;
'taa F, i trri it i alViN. 'f5 3PART
,Fr ,, tc a n a".ihrr
.. _a .' .t-ar ip .-.' Y rar-
r C', '.Ir I. 't a ne- y n
luol croitn1t nathe ]tl'Olober854andthataU
c% .in :; r., t)e raid imr, i its- barg lyte :
ia (rae, Walter.Cu.RICHARD[AN
-JoHN" H. LO.
M-s, y(:.p ,, Dec. It, 4. DAVID ICH .
_i~ti ]Pvc, 1Ils )'ay, mutal
r., ,-*" ,*. '., ;, r, . ,; h ,1
,' I il1l''*' 1.'. tt. I 1 rJ
I r Ir - fi will ie r or. r1-
lced jy tloa renaitingM patier. Iitr I EF-
rFi ,AC', soil proprietcor fthe 'i e,130
Yoew Y)nk, December 14,16.
.J+. exihiiig under tbr fir of BRIEN& Y Eis
this day disolacdbynatua
N'ew YVr., r .c. 516, 18 t. D BRNI r.
N. B.-The buipess, will I COna itI,
under the firi of Ol'Eri '
thosand r.h ill'.' n r ali a', tr eg .
tiau ) isji)nej's, Ir. a.lpt.o'.iarr d i b 'L.." l- a
in the city. Persons poe'siteriihit -rei --Ii 'Aia-
desiroans o ctf enter ig intol a"ata Lit MiitIM 7
addreFs Alplia, Herale < lic,
L i ,r.1, r lh. fim t if O-is t day
dlitOl;-cd by tett al cosuscrihri
is asnthorisad to sign t
t-aw Yorr 1Dec. 13, I. 3. GUN

-r *r sharfl' ... 1..: tDtD-WOODW0tft(UAiD.
tic-c .-43ir:-You are hereby nr~rifierl
St-. t of hicorps nr.SundayDcember
I,, i t ,. -,iii o ; y h
1i. at :1 o'clock l'.J., at sit") aaitan L 3
Dritch stleet. Pyorder, D.l
r. W'ox, Secretary.
Atlo, on Monday mrrnin., e uer 18, at 8 o'clo ,
for prad.
I al r i. ] ,';, -.* .ill Ti.,.., i
qir 1 -ill.r .l a r ti ( aI *
rin'.aa s1 tis;t. l.i-s oi '' b
li'.- 1' I irt- .tsul': h i a
1.,a ,t, ,
W\'. Ii ra,
thuO i' r;.i, r[r/" |I'.,.'! l.irhi
TC irA' ,,,* r',. ib.I ii la t
'ieetir.. tit 1 t ,iha-' s, t i tg.
a'l;ei ,1 h. Ilia 'i.hl a'a.,tti i
H. i l hA ti', : N YOr K -
B"l 'l-i.,', NL
ii raittiis l lii :'. the in
a.'.: r, l aeiI. a'it't- Ppe r'it th I
,.a;c .r i. t'!. IL n '.l; ilntl ,
nl, il ,h" ia i,'ip agents ah a l
Yorii t',lu ili, r, In 1i.t) i'i t
CBBI (l| l,,,r l,,in t-ni- *, l
eLarg t I t Ia ha a t rl. l of
licaic'-. hiyt t.", 3,

J OHN II. BRi("''3 11i.. I' a
,J memberi* +t il, *i' ,,.ve ," i
.h-tir,'a, cornr .,i j r- n.l an. i
i. .. -' 1% ,l^l. at 2 o'lockP. l
5iz l iI ,allut5 cc. arrany m
baL,, ra, l .ir-1, a mlt Lin" of ta't.'-.rslifr ~~r
iy or r iL," L
W. W. IEToa, Orderly. Fot
riiTn'rAIY-'iBE M a mtE
a* 2 i;irs aror ,lU1.t-. i tii
',-"* i,,", '22 \ l,,t- (
r ii :at Ialf pa.t > ,
a- a i t t.; 'I, ,I c a 'h,' ti t
a1 1 ; 'lie tr n a ,'ti ho a
it i all tlie rlit lor ln t'!r Lt-n a..
r jn!KVi'y1 c

I-- lI-FNII waIE-iUC- Cl fflS l'
1 ia 'l. a by otli hr' hr.
ir- 'C iD .D r h i l r- Na nli,".a.a l .rh-. t. i
m .''l.. 11 I pI ,. 1. Ir ~ t-*Iv of Mr1ul 1
I I-i I..l.. L M Pmu.'ay 'e s Sr .
I CAS'.i:/ICf -0 o
T" I L't" I ). v

W:P l:,il LWAIUP lt li'.lAI- tIL IN- .1a
17 r 1 '. tat tia -iai 11.1(a, yai.bin 1.:acy" ofI aII"- ..r[1
,4' ,_r. i t a. a i I Iirl iit 'l ,I- a e
t *i i..- i li C (.,I r 7l.D I
I I p i ., e' l l : i 'iri. ry sr 1.3
r.' i. .LUtt "a'b'h 1'. I al
tml '[a.\\l A tt O'.t
V'. B. B H-il'. spcto .
I:. P i. % A Lt Lt

I I ,' t -a iS 'a,
.- ..% .' S

(5 atMIt. ,t r -a1,1 tin sHts;fec Si; lafrtcy l'nch china
T- >.- ,..r.i :1[F "" -

S i -I, e usa prices, at No. 813 ,.
'. c V i t i t ,, i H
Ot>, .inr'ctle +ti-r ,""* Elnlt<' 811
'l 1"1' *;. at hal'f ^l
i + +,.-. r c' iiftu

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'B. PAr., NEMMef. Vr," NSv. M21,
tsmaaca easEFpaaiaw j' it. P^uL-4I"tU
&W&I seuatrposkeadit -I Ankiyl
2U pas 1 f .SL Aniefeai-Wonderfi
rM* TGos ews is Jtiswetek, 4Vc., re.
imvIoUs to my migration hW the SBut to tiA
YJIt&eri, I was naturally anx=Ious to gather all i-
timaton rmposting it that came within my reach.
wach f this I found ian the eolumas of the HB.aa;
Sa presluming that some of the vast numbers who
Iatend to ocom to Minnesota the next year would
ske some demption of it, I hope yon will deem
Ikk worthy a place in the same channel that was of
we much sevlce to me,
e charter of St.8 Paul Is moe extensively
hbown than that of the interior or agricultural die.
1los, and consequently I may dwell more upon the"
latter from this fact. I would state, however,that
theI late census gives this city a population of some-
mftg ever five thousand. Taere seems to be a doubt
as to the accuracy of these returns; and some of the
*oldest inhabitants". claim at least six bundreid
uere to foot up. The increase, in either case, is
gastl fylg. The navigation of the river will soon
lose; but the new overland mall arrangement will
give us the news at least tri weekly, so that we can
hear often from the East, and friends there from us.
There is an exaggerated noon of the intensity of
the winter which should be corrected; and the fast
of there being no cold weather hare yet, will have
tMe effect to set It righLt.
The country around St. Paul is becoming very
Svaluable. Faimers from the Etas are seiltting here
Ia large numbers; and us bthe agricultural market
will be a local one, there are remarkable amilitled
sa send produce hither. On toe LSt. OCoix and St.
Peter'se river particularly, tie advantages are gria'.
On toe last mentioned, the sol' is of a serange fer-
ttlity. PotaoUes yietd from three to four hua-
diel bshels to the acre, and other crops
in pioportion. Tae liver, one of the mosatbeautf il
In the Territory, i1 navigable as far as the new and
grawlng town if Ails., to which point, with
the opening of navigation, daily packed wil-rua
from St. Pauln. This will of neces,ity, be th- g-eat
ag'icuamitul depot of the narmh'6est. It is anl.i4-r,
EtoJ that a large colony of wiss ,l sBt le urLluthat
di-trtl t he next seaern. Tuey will finad a rich sod
witth preet advantages ef access. Tne lauis in
Hcnnepin cuiaty are als finely adsntid fur extea-
S inie 'armigr. In lteed,tne remark will apply L thi-
whole of Mifnesota.
The Falls of St. Anthony is frurnl-hing a splendid
power forsarme new mills just erected upon them,
wrTile the town of that name is growing with much
rapidity. Another instAmce of remarkable growth
s furniNshed In toe town of Minneapulls, located on
the opposite si le of tLoe Mississippi, and united wita
Mt. Antlovi by a new suspension bridge. Five
mantrs sgdtht te were but two orthree houses erect.
ed, and now there are over one hundred. Nor are
such instances rare. Tue town of at. Peters, before
ailluted to, Shakopee, Traversides, SBlox, Menkato,
Le Seour, &c., are adding daily to their numbers; in
bect, the whole linnesoa valley is swarming with
lie. A few years ago the Indian was tae m'-
march of all he surveyed;" now he hs vanishled be-
fore the advent of the white man, od Is seldom
men except at the'season when their payments are
"e from government.
There are many places of interest in this vicinity.
Tie Maiden's Rol k, to which is attached tho legend
that a certain Indian maid in a fit of desperatlun,
caused by some crosss in lov," jumpei from the
summit into the swift rolling current below; the
Bel Rock, the supposed throne of the Indian God
Manilton; the Mlinnie Ha! Ha! or Laughing
Waters, where is a most beautiful descent of a pure
bcheet of water over a broad shelf into a deep ravine
same forty feet, and other romantic and lnteres'ing
legendary scenes that will become places of sum-
aw resort.
The various routes of travel will be advertised in
the spring, and as information from such soLr es will
be more denie than any I can give, I will omit all
dvicee as to the best means of reaching here.
"- ST. PAUL.
Our Missouri Correspondence.
I ST. Louis, Dec. 4, 1854.
Tie Fr 2rade--The Indians and Their Doings-
Kansas- Will il be a Slave Stale ?-Election of
a 1Pro-Slavery Man ato Congress- 7The .Abolilion-
iat. 4-c,, 4-c.
I have just received a letter from a friend con-
nected with the fur trade, dated at Fort Union, near
the mouth of the Yellow Stone. It was brought
down by the semi-annual mesanger of the Fur Com-
pany, who, wi;h two others, arrived at the western
Border of this State some daua since. The news is
of no great importance from'that region. The trade
for the season is likely ta be very good. The
Aosinaboios, from Saskatchawan river, a tributary
of Lake Winnipeg,'bve had several e;Ainnmmes
with the Blackle t during the summer, gut wilhoat
may decisive results. These things are, however,
o frequent that they cau hardly be considered ai
news, unless consiudesable numbers are engaged on
both sides, and a decided massacre occurs. The
Crows, Minnataws, Arr:-aas, Pnncahbe, Sioux and
Omahas have been more than ordinarily pea-eable
along the Missouri. Toe last named t ibs have
several times amused themselves by stealing cat',e
from the emagrants journeying to Utah and Cal-
We had news here yesterday from New I- xico.
All the indian tribes are becoming daily -wore
rounblesomr. Incursions into the setliem-anir are
very frequent, at'ecded ofren with mit.-era, and
always with robberies of stock and grain. It IN
abundantly evident that there is not a military
force there asuffioient to restrain them. All pro
perty out of thick settlements is held at taea
mercy, and life is caftantly hazarded io iti de.
fence. Ibe Governor held a treaty Isltely witJ
the Navajoes, Jaccarillas and Urahl. Tacey
-gave the most solemn puorniies of f '-ad-
ship, all of wuicb were 01 course ii .ken
no soon as they received their preserts and g'ot out
of slgbt of bis Excels-ncy's party.
You will remember that I prop-e~ied that Kousas
would be declared to be a tl ve S ate 0o s'1-i u itb .
Legislature was convened. The eLe-n' eleLtiau for
a delegate in ConRress proves the correcr.ous of my
conjecture. Whitfield, a Teunnesseean. who is ua;ta
Southern in sentiment, has received an over aelin.u-
ing majority of the votes. The ele,:tion tutnei ,oim
the slavery question rxclnaively. hbo Legail tuare
will bs asaimbled early in the spraig. The lse
election shows what a&,tion will bhs a r in thit body.
I saw, a fewi dasl einse, Mr.Cilhoan, the purveyor
General of Kansas end Nebraska. He is an Ill-
noisan, opposed to slavery in the abstract, bar. lanth
ful to the c-onstitution. He saigreat mi toat tbi. C'.
farts of the abolition enigratitnocietias have t.sii-
ally effected nothing. They have induced a num-
ber of destitute creatures, chiefly from the purl eas
of the Eastern oiles and towns, t3 emigrate to K sn-
sac, where they find themselves withmut food or
sLelter, and dependent for subsistence upon the
very people whose rights they were bared to invade.
The consequence is, that all of them who can are
hurrying back to the prt.-es from whence they came,
and the remainder are fast becoming converts to
Southern principles. Naturally, Raceas is not a
eounory well adapted to the iustitution of slavery,
but the exertions of tbe abolitionisas will uadoub"
ediy result in its establishment and ooentjuance for
n mdefinite period.
SOr Lahnsa Correapondennee.
LaxAreAI, Oct. '6,1854.
Sabbalh int Port--Temsperanee Laws at Lnhaina-.,
A Rain ani Bail Stoerm a Sea--i Few of tie
Disaster, Incident to Wlaling ....
Thie Is our second Sabbath in port. We had
; missionary preaching on board last Sabbath.
,. There is one steamer, one merchant ship and twenty
whalers-in this port. Laws and regulations are
very good here for prohibiting intemperance. The
eaptalns allow the sailors butone dollar to go on.
shore with, and intoxicating drinks are twenty-five
eenta a glass, while the penalty for getting drunk
is .12 or eight dollars fine and imprisonment. If a
sailor runs away the captain offers forty or fifty
dollars reward, and the natives are sure to bring

him back to tke ship In chains, to be kept until
after the sailing of the ship, when he is put at
slashing the masts, cleaning the cables, &c.
Our last cruise was in the Ochotsk Sea. We left
ibe Sandwich Islands on the 241h March, and after
being out about six days we encountered continued
#ales, with rain and sleet, covering our ship several
inches thick with ice, and in reefing eails and haul-
ing frozen ropes It seemed as if our hands would
come off. Those gales continued until the lst ol
NMay, so sudden and violent as to make every spar
and timber in the ship crack. We went as thigh as
65 deg. north, no other whaler ever having been
higher than 63. We captured nine whales (1,000
Cbi. and 1,o00 lbs. bons);Aai two boats stove by
whales, law one ship wrecked, twj boats' crews
frozen to death, and nine young men killed by
whale. The remains of one young man were carried
away last to a whale by a lide. One who ran away,
Sby the re-sme of Jenkins, fell from a cliff of about
nir ely feet and was horribly mangled, cutting open
his bead and knocking out both e)es. Another was
killed by a bear. This sea ts covered with floating
Ice, and the water so cold that no human being can
live in It over thirty minutes. Whaling Is a hard
and dangerous life, and often caoes us to -think of
the comforts of home.

AE fa n In Caada-Lown Egl7r110 111weD
Abrfiast farewdl etrtabilnsit wn gShimby
Ie Geverner General, at Sefomr, anl the et lott.
In our exbaageeof Qubee is prlta the viOe-
tory adIress of Iod Elgin, In which, with his usual
happiness of expreMio, and with great depth of
feeling, he toek his public leave f the people by
whom he war surrounded, some 600 or 700 person
of all parties being present. We regret that mord
lengthened report of the address Is not given. We
are asured by those who were presentVat some or
the most effective prints have ben left out; among
ethers,that in which he expressed his deep sympathy
and a deaft to find a last resting place on Canadian
ground, sone quiet nook or Mount Hermon.
Lord E gin declared that he reelprocaltes no unkind
feeling to any one In Canada, eail he will keep hisa
pledg of serving Canada whenever opportunity
offers. When thealapse of time has softened poli-.
tical asperity, full justice will be done to the noble-
man who in now about to leave these shores; and
the addieas we print below will be quoted as an l-.
lustration of his good and great and graceful quali-
ties. The address is reported as follows :-
Ladles an4 Gentlemen-I am nit now about to
give a tooat, for since I have resided at Spencer
wood I have made It an invariable rule not to pro.
pose tonaas after supper, a source from which on the
Irenct occasion I see no reason to depart; but
before I drnk to you, 1 would wish to address
you with a few words. These cannot, I regret
to say, be in tie strain I have hitheito been wont
to employ, )r in that which best befi's a sene of
festivity like the present, for my heart is heavy,feel-
Ing that I this 9ight stand before you for te last
time in my official capacity. It is, I assure youwith
feelings of sorrow that I past tram all of you whom
I have met so often in this lovely residence, and
which I have been so long accustomed to look upon
as my home. indeed, at one rime I began to think
I bad made some great mistake in tie cmrae I had
taken a, regards leaving Canada It was a baeauti-
Iu m rntaug &lat June >oen,on my return from Eng-
laid, I IlLdid at the Colve 1)ing below, (for!l being
Snuday I was ujwiliing to uruoeed through the
tIy,) brd as r.dirg u the pill 1 met the people of
the place and received their Sind sloLatlions, and
as I thiougoh tae sur.oundlog atvenuts,
evEpy tree whereof seemed familiar to me, I
did then think tha; perhaps I did wrong.
I thou;hi then that I should like much njt
liar .ty, but on one near so wnich htil calla s
IAen II Ioorite of ,wine. I mean on Poiiit.-Pizs'u,
I. r Lerenl'fa anmmer'sdy C loved to wv.Auti the
th' onthe bnuom ol the tivar, to see at usoa
sbilntrg on the billlis whtca crnm Lie oarnki on
either ildte, and to gaze on the Laaieitiu uiirun-
tai.s, which itretoh away inio shi fir diti- ,ce. I
have tnodaured, ladies and gen'lemin, in the
meetings at times I. Lave gathered aget er at. S )enu-
cer Wood, that all opinions either 01 religion or poll.
tics Ehujd assemble on this ground at least on
equal terms. I bave endeavored during my adrml.
nisl ratic faithfully to do justle et) all asd to neglect
cone- there may, however, indeed be some, even
within the walls of this room, who believe that
they lave came of complaint against me; but
whether they be here or elseabere, 1 can truly say
that whatever errors I may have oomml'ed, either
c.f omission or commission, have nrver been inten-
tional. As the word o' a d inug man Is in a court of
justice taken as good evidence, even so behave what
J, in the lest agoiles of official dissolution, am now
declaring; but if, however, as tl is said, recipro-
city be an essential to enmity, then can I leave be-
hind me no man an enemy. I have now for many
years taken almost lively interest in the affairs of
thif splendid province, and have closely watched
its progress; b t even when T shall have left it I do
lope that by some mealcs, tLrough some chanarnl or
olher, I may be able still to hfar or itsinoreasin
prosperity. I see bl'ore me many with whom I
nave been in long official connecuton, many who
have devoted their beet labois and talents in the
sertiee of the country, atd to those I am grateful
for tee assistance they have aff.lrded me, feeling
confident that they will ever continue ready to give
tbeir aid and counsel. I am about to leave yoan.
(Cries of No, no.") I have, however, great sitls-
fa tideon in feeling that Sir Edmund Head is to come
after me. I cannot, under taese oirncumstnces, say
aUll I would, but this munoh I may slate, withor. de-
licacy or decorum, teat many yeais ago, when I
was iourrger than lam now, I learned to look up to
Sir Edmund Head with great respect, and thuat I
know him to be a gentleman of high talent and
ability. In the future he may, and most probably
widl, meet with his difficulties as I have; but wereI
there none to enoountertbe career would not be one
worthy of hi: position. I now, ladies and gentle-
iten, stah drain this glass to its last drop, andsiy
with sorrow-farewell, God bless you all.
After the manueslation of which greeted
the close of thbi beautiful -speech, (s) impcrfeotly
rep-aitd by us).had sob-,dtd.Sr li'nu.,d Hoal
t.rscfiy said that ult-opigh thF Govt IT, or l drIer .1 hal
ELa'e it s lu'e Lot to give toasis afIe, fnpp-r, h it:
sir, Ald be obli.e-d 10to cv'min-ne i\ an so. of ionh
ortinstion, which wee to riopope the h,.lih ol L'ord
Eltin hlm,'if. He said t', eunceding tie no h-
Loed, Le came bolelor 'hem nader a fre,' dtkidvau.
tab. for'r Le e4,ald scarce.y hi.j. tol.. tiUi slMA
filtd open to him.
rbe toet .t- lecPtficed ri;. iomeu-t a.'o ; i.livt
und druLk with ll the houotrs, L ad E.pir in "I|n ] .
a.y ig ihat ht iwat iral-:itod toSir Eiouun: fi
n-av.- provoked eo'gr.,'ifjiog a res: ona, a. ,is sap
peel. ,-
Ai iljonitomot 'Pvpsaic-t( bebill :otn. whe o
dail hii-u ia t h prt eaurfd wath ir(,'e."l vi",..
rit. 'iureo'- "e. P. F'., snb',g- ouela luii '.)' h
'OO', Fpr.lre n Fic.I',irxpr(FEiT.g tre -iOep regime
wiblh hbiecr mpstript% -nr..!tai'edat the siIproa'ro-
iire d- pa-tnre ,.f Lord icg.,
The gutt j n'.w pid their a I us and wrended tbhi-r
vwy hozewards.
Tile Purchase or .louti VA. non.
A rumbrot latsdiis o1 Viric;a, havi.', ndle a
p 'ot'c'.o to riutr:hm.te t,'.a h'bE n of VW ,.ii git.s,
the prIs-tn u- ker Mr. J,jbn A. WashingtOn, de-
clines the cffer in tre following letter:-
hMouNTv YVArKoN, July 26,1854.
To J. H. GILUIB, Esq.-Dear Sir: I regret tha.
an absence from hjme has prevented me from giv-
ing the ir,,inpt at'I n'.ion I desired t 0 .1-ir lp'tter ,f
the 14th niii'., clomniog a r-cp)rtui thL- pticeesvqs
of a meeting i laoies oi Ri'mu:.l a'bl .I Ia-
cheater, and a copy of your letter to I he R thmoird
Whig. You may rest assured, sir, that no one ap-
preiates more.big'rilv ihral T itVo te patriotic mo-
ives which indn.e tho lati'es or Vln-inie, and other
'"onthbarc S'as, tai takes a -lioa "n tb5 saubij tWhiCh
his hI th', ir'-1ljnce ergaged their ut.e.joa. Ina
de d, tobhos,-who kok themes wae ao, n) vi
dt teE is nuf-ttassarj to prove that thliey ae- actaitod
n iia undetlia ing by t'e iuJ-e .L'.d disltutorested
tee-bgswhaca charan-irare them in all the rela-
lrics' f life.
With evety dispositibon to yield my viiw with re-
rard tothe practicability of thepi "t- lal;'i
havein view for accomplishing the .ahase ,f
Malunt Vernon, and admitting that there is smarc e!
uuy obstacle wi lob their untiring energy and diu-
tiLO, Btno .DuIt enlialed, cannot overcome, th-',s
aBre slink iui.ierable objections In my mmd to si1i
filr a.c,',,n of their xithes.
I am et. tht? ar wllirg that Mt. Vernon should
pass 'icmd,3 poe .'-i n. nnl,'s tothe S'atnot V'r-
gins, rar ih- United States. rh- only rerani that,
lbwve tor desiring lhis .:i, ir.llion of the property
is Ihba'. i tnJy b' rtre-ervej tram the lot iat mut
-ve'nvullJ Li-hiall it, as a private posseaston, in t*.e.
dSpiierai n of'>&Enilles and changes of fortune a&-
mostnecessE:il, altcld.iis.'.. cpa our form of gyv-
erosedt. It won'd c 'u-e ie the greatest regret, If
aiid sjhch c-s'. frm any act of mineormyd -.
scer, oants, jit Ve"-irj ,houiald be perverted to usno
incoUsistent with the vccesatlon dan to tire msmo-
ty aid character of him with whoso life. it ia so In-
timately connected. Yet I cannot help foreseeisg,
that; as the8proj erty of any privAte person or asso
citaion, this lamentable resuac mutt setter or later
cceur. It is true, that if the plai devised by the
la ius is prsBcinabls-, and it is consigned (o the cmn
tody of Virginia, ain result would probably be o0-
But,.sir, beautifully asis the t'lb'ilt of gra,.itude
these excellent and devoted ladies would pay to the
mtimiy of tur cooimmn Father, would not the
wor ld cry shame on tho guverumeot aid or the mea
who woulj s'at d by and temit such a sac ilios even
on such an altar. For my own pjat I hid rsher
present it afree gift to the Stste or n.ati.rn (little as
either woud deserve it,) than be aubject to the
mortification of receiving tLese offerings of pelt lot-
ism Irom the mothers, wives and daughters of Vir-
ginia. No, sir, much as I admire and rever e the
many giacrs an'd virtues tiat adorn the ladies of
my native State, I cannot consent t6 be in-,
st mental in the erection of the graceful menu.
welt, designed by their patriotism and illustrative
of It, but which at the same time, would coin-
mimt.rate the degeneracy of myself and the men
of our land.

I hope the views which I have had the honor to
9preent, with the most profound respect to the lI-
Ies of Richmond and Manchester, will meet their
approval, and they will see that, in velnctantly de-
clining to yield to these wishes, I am at the same
time filled with admiration for the emotions and
principles which have moved them in the cause they
have undertaken.
I should do injustice to my own feelings were I to
close this letter without returning thanks to you, sir,
individually, for the fair, manly and correct visws
you have expressed In your letter to the Richmond
Whig, respectirg the course I bave heretofore take's
in reltion to the sale of this place. I can ast ure
S )ou,8ir, had it been mysole or chief motive ;n wish
gltoedispose of my property here, I -oull I.i.2-
sltne bave done so to much greater advantage i r, :i
ever can arise to me by waiting for the advl ". of
the State or the United States in the premi-'s. II
a pecuniary point of view, the course of eith -3 a)
mnatterof the most pefrfct ind;flf.r-- e--sI r-, .', i,
that I never have. ard think I rev,'r Ah ] -
any person cunLeLted with eji'trer Fiiar,] ".- cu
the subject.
I am, sir, most respectfully, yorr obFtud" -"'a s

The lbxtnail NasiUne Case In EleneinsU.
IorMn DAT.
Charles Jackson sworn-On the evening if June
0th laINS, was in the boe1 7 stare at the corner of
Western row and LoBgwrtii street; between 8 and
9 o'clock a boy by the nano oi King brought in a
bex and mid It was for Mr. Alliso, I looked at the
card en top of bthe box, and it wai fot Allison, and
told the boy I would give it; between 8 and 9
o'clock, took the box and gave' it to Baker; In the
meantime the box lay en tbe counter, and I laid my
head on It; Dr. Baker saook the bhx anI said he
thought there was eand In It; the box was heavy,
about twelve Inohes long, five high and four wie,
and was covered with lead colored paper, tied
with white wrapping twine, the card underneath
the twine. (The remnants of the box were then
brought in.)
Judge Johnson objected to showing these mater;-
als to witnetses who had never seen them. This
witness had never sen anything but the wrapper.
The portions not actually seen by the witnesses
were then covered up, Mr. Cruden remarking there
was no powder in it now, and counsel need not fear
The card was handed witnesses,and be said it was
of the same size and contained the same dhiectilon
as the one on the box.
Cross-exammed-The writing appeared very
much like that on the box; had not seen-it since
he first saw it on the box; there was a small boy
with King when ne delivered it. don't recollet whe-
iher the night was dark or not; had the box about
an hour before he delivered it to Dr. Baker.
Dr. Thomas Cummings-Knew Arrison; had
kn.wn him since January, 1863, and roomed with
him; was a fellow student with him at the Medical
College; knew Allison since last winter; he rwas a
stneent, and after lectures were over, was male
steward by the Faculty. There was a nifflulty be-
tween them; don't know what it was about; prisoner
was employedas house surgeon; they nad had
words sit eoa oilither at di loe i limes; onee ab.ut
the pri, of a book which Arrison had bought, nf AM.
son; thty called tach other knaves, cowards iand
d-- d hats, when Allison tap tel up to Arri-al ,
struck him twice and iuocketdhim down, ijariun
itm seveiely; cannot recollect hII, luig thi aei
beforethe tetxtAlra-jn; Aruisafl afterwards said "1
have a grant notion to kill him;" on toe evenliug l
June 28 witness was sitting In the office a ir
on Loungwortu treee, when the boy Ja.c.kso
bsnde-d the box to Dr. J. W. B-kbr, satang
there was a box fmr Allis-1n, the steward; Dr. B.
sbid he weuld nand it him; witea ss luted the
bcs and loutd it heavy; Dr. Baker eaid ltha Ailt
6(., bad been reltlug several b)xe-s la'el; wltn'es
.ook it beside i t'a, anid t bonuglt tber wasi a
sound like sand; afterwards concluded itwas the
rAustling of paper; box was about the size of the one
'in Court; there was brown paper around It; card
now exhibited was of the size ofthe one on box, and
had the same Inscription; there was a hole in the
card, through which Tihe string ran; can't say
whether this was the card or not; It resembles it;
at the time of explosion, was on the pavement of
Longworth; the soonI was very loud; rushed up
stairs, sa lire, went after water; returned; saw Ur.
Baker taking Mrs. Allison out; she was take down*
stairs; Mr. Allison was taken Into the faculty room;
the Led clothing was on fire, and was pnt out by
water; [,ere witness described the injury done to
the bullirig, Lame as Dr. Biker jestqrday;] after
the tcpi.s n, bsaw pieces of the box rescmbling ctiat
now in Court, and pieces of shell- saw Allison after
the explodion; he was l1ing on the table, with his
bowels protinudig from the wounds; he was also
wounded in the thigh; saw s)me fifteen holes in tha
thigh; lie was burnt in the face; there were between
two-ty and thirty patients in the hospital In the
maine department; their expenses, helb think, are
aid by govement; saw Allison whibde aing; he
died tat night, about an hour and a half after the
Curosa exsmined-Witness had bien connected
with College since January, 1853; hid known Arri-
son ever since he was there; was hi. riom-mate-
two or tLrce months, and clas mate all the time;
he wes a diligent student; he took the place of
Bc-me Sargeon daring Baker's absence; saw one or
'two papers relating to a contract between Baker
and Arison; Allison cwme -there some time in the
winter, and'attended lectures.
Mr. Dickson-What was the contract between
AllsEn and Dr. Baker?
Mr. Pruden-You need not answer that question.
Ihe Coust oewided that all teautlnony showing toe
piopr relation of the parties tj tee institution was
pi oper.
TRe witness stated that Alson was a student
during the lectures, and the steward afterwards;
did nct ki now of any difficulty between Baker, the
head of the hospital, and Allisob; did not know that
ALison wasM about to leave the instltliuor,; did not
li 0o., thUL AI l:,, taa lUnvUoEtad bsjth:tg ina ILtttLi
utI The tdieiP lo0om.
11 i.-i qusiir ii wen a, bje-c'ed to by Mr. Pruoali.
li. Di,.Ls',i ai a r-vi.enc.e had besu litrodne *' to
i-ow that Arrilon Ladad ad d'ffi.ulty with ilit,,n;
ve o.snoes for tbe prisoner wished to sh.w tcat
Il.ton bad fd dcnltS wit others also.
M. Plod Dn s &the quesi>tu hbe obj.jz-.d t.) w1a
r., "ia-i .Al|ilir l .a- Invesied tnifey in fIlt-jae up
t.V C lIrF ..
Ji,dejnio'nsion i.i.i the .defence might yet wish
to !.uw otie greater omiffiiiities existed I'-seen
Ali-iti 'I a '.tlla s lceriin efn hit end Ab-A-...r,,
bud t-et loe iler, wns a greate:iatobtbUiiy !tat
th eoth-r ab Lo casaad his dacatia nLm tht ir.ison
hsa . *
Judge Fliin sid the get eral re-,lion tf p:iaoni
and deceasid to the college mehbt be stated, but
daiias ofl thartielaiou wranild tot ne listened t,.
MLr. Key sald be hoped toe u 'ort would Urt pre-
m-. i"-iy de'ide the lqoe.tiai wl.'her the pretviioa
If-e'lmso cI AlisnM1 to the proprietors of the college
mipgLi n-.,tbe iLvisttgal.d. That qutsD'on was not
ao.' i -c.LbU' mi It i be.
Cros6FsXI-VtaiLiun resumed'-Art-son remained
in 'the institution about a month after the tight be-
twv.n him aunlI Ai-in; the '. r.Li of ArnLs ,u vrre
me a, duy ,.rt Io .li-, hr' ilgh; rfttr I'e b.'Va s os
(aEi d up chairs but a let aicic:es tIa-,aed hbf ro
ti, efxf,ir.n; tl!e clock tu Eihe tom wb, re ti rhe ex.
p.-s r.i, o,:.:uiue 1 wa- sttpljnpl at 23 mituntza pias ',
nhe-.d hbat Allsoj. a-keja Buktr wretirs, Le Coatl
live or not; Bmater told him he could not; do not
know whether Allis ,n bad any opinion ct his own
(.r ro, cartat-I-e. lhrai it aI' r it e words, but
h i:-ui,l' l, Iat t[-e irui'rs ur ,o-c q.qlencs s of some
Vrica(,-"U Lhmintli ort-mohody (l.-e; can'c tell which;
the idea wita s'F got was, that if' be bad not been
in company ilth c"a- i persre s this wouldn't
have l.a. -rLd; think he named-no peisons;
don't I'i- k Lie naned Conaway; heard himn say
ti., i r .otlt the box: did not hear him Pay he
hns k'ilid Ly a torpedo; other persons were with
Iia il-eioiL be died; did not hear them'-couverie
wib hb'm, nat not with him at! the time; do not
know who was present; did not hear him name
Art Eon at all; did rpt know that Allison was in
the bas;it of receivhla pseaoage., only trem hearsay;
-k4ew nctbint ul 1. t .r.pirtY Allison left; Aill-
a n iii1t'c-ed gieatl!. aid ih.Jaigh he spoke cuhe-
rTnuty, 3tt ni c,..h a mAn sraleringao in-
tensely couli i ardly bo in fl[ posseession of h's
facuirles; was pnesent ith Mrs. Allonmuoh of
the time after the ex-losion; she said she expected
to die aCOB, but not immediately; she remarked
that she handed the box to Mir. Allison, and re-
qoestn d him to open it.
Mr. Dickson asiktd if ahe said C mas-ay was the
enste of her da ahb.
Mar. Piuden objected to any statements Allison being given in testimony, as her death was
not the subject of criminal inquiry at this tria. The
- pieoner was on trialnow 1e" thbe murder of Mr. Al-
I.o) ocly. Bett>es, it admismlble, her statements
could, osily be received as to facts, not As t) ape ula-
SJucge Fmir.i ?ail auyTthirg ete Etatad respeoltig
oc'.urren esea n .,c'a -rgh: be gileu, but notaiug
she ead about hir imp -easlot.s
Mr. jiati son sail he wanted her whole statemeut,
This was tLe titan time be ticr knew ttie metapha-
a; -) Bsieams run through a dying deculratton, and
cut in tws--g've a part to the, jlrt, end withheld
the rotfc. Such a ti',st for blood, as malifestd -by
tti, prestcot ng attorney, -s had ntver seen before.
Mit-. Prude- said he had exhibited to thirst for
bl ,'d bui he had ex'it ited a aeisra to. get at l.-gal
tvrdcncc, end p evuntthe gentlhman from obtruding
his abominable humbugs, fir which be was so noto-
rious ever sirce his enrsnoe into Hamilton e-mnty.
lar. Jobnsoa ea'd if this was stated as a fait, he
should object to it; if as the opinion of the prose-
cutig sttor ney, he roared nothing about it.
Mr. Pruden said he stated it as a matter of histo-
ry in Hamilton county.
The question was further discussed by Mr. rtu-.
den and Mr. Dickeon, who asked the witness again
what did Mrs. Alhisonsay when asked, did Conaway
caus e your death?

Mr. Prudun objected.
Judge Flinn raid her statements, aco-rding to law,
could only be admitted as to fatts and actions, but
not as to her surmises and speculations.
Witrecs--Sbe said that when Mr. Allison went to
open theb(x, it explcded. When asked about Co.
naway she soiid-
Bern witness was stopped by Mr. P.udr.
Wt. 1KC, I aluci0e(a.t l' If,, no t atttLin.rlln.
Jimd I. 1 ( nit l th 1 a.1 i. ti'- tO atLi .:r t1 queas.
tji,., a" d It t aioj'.l restilv- the ,lsa idr of is gI.i ng
ta ibe jary.
Wiltns.--I aked her if Mi-. CCsr.wy had doie
thI ; LI e 'oaid te lt ei t.e he bad land in it. I
Rat-I-d vttvD as-e saw iU IJi L; hbe sial.1 u f, iV wttl I
apr,; I lld he itMr. AI n lild itt' Coatt- Y, iLd
irtlid b t- if E5-, i to..' &I,.; s-b eaidl fll' oil; 6 v it
i L.' .ed iev.i'- r i (i'." Owi v, hb i rov3r I ft| a.
'viu(- ; 't0 (At L[' t .. t ai'- ai s- un. iean-1 ,
lr,--. r5, tlt-t t m a, -! s ; e ms flrra i. hkn--a
yto',' i ut ri:, ai:s y ta i: ; Mrs. Allison c-ver Leus
t nr ai.-a- 4at ," A i.'?.
*w.. t(.t ii :*a (;t& ucrn-..nrm tlie mt'di al ti,' "'c;[
ilf : I .... i),; - 5a.s- i ica's-, ;5 ( f .'i h/. fi,'-
I '' ti. -. .'au a Pi ru;-s -fa..- el-iwtf
S*-- Lv -s --- -: ,.,iI f- B Ie.i bid!i!l-

I tretd-tm; said he should li deceased aone but
If he ever crossed his path he would blow athole
thieough lhis heart; Maid if he could get his money
he would leave, but could not get his money of
Baker; on Saturfay before the fight between l rm
and deceased, prisoner borrowed a pistolof.winem ,
and returned it the Friday before the explosion; he
said," I have not used It, but shall get even with
him yet;" said he wao going to leave in a few dkys,
and go to Iowaw; when he borrowed the pistol, said
he was going to shoot a dog; witness asked him for
pistol before be returned iti sara he had not used It;
had itI not with him at the time, or he would have
blown his heart, out then; he was speaking ot Ali-
son; he was frequently at the drug store; had tended
Jt somemontbe in 1853; had free access to it at all
times; we kept powder in papers of two ounces
to half a pound; he could get it any time;
I saw him last on Friday afternoon before
she explosion; he wore then a white hat, blue or
black coat, and white pants; he said some time
while be had the pistol, that he borrowed it expect-
ing a fight with Allison; have seen him write,
and should know his writing; (a letter was here
handed witness; it looks like Arrison's; (witness
produced papers that he knew to be Arrison'shand
writing;) bad powder at the store in cans, contain-.
ing several pounds, also half pound cans; had no
iron quicksilver bottles; Arrisnen was not alone In
he ators after witness was there; knew Dr. Holt;
hewas often there; knew B. 0. True; he was ci-
easlonally there; ir. Mann, a painter, wa fre-
quently there; have seen him there when triooner.
was present- ia bat was here shown which witness
saidflooked like the one Arrison wore.)
SCross-examined-Prisoner was a quiet man, as
far as witness knew; oeoasionally got excited but
it was soon over; on a Saturday they had a difficul-
ty; in the afternoon he borrowed the pistol; on Sun-
day they had the fight; on Mondaywitness saw Al-
lison; Allison told him he had a fight wih Arrison;
,lllon said he had never liked Arrison; nor
Uid Arrison like him; said he went out to get
four or fIiv glasses, of liquor; went back and
meant to raise a fuss; went in and asked ArridO2
for his book which hs hal borrotvd ; Arrisam
har, dealditto him and itold him it wae soiled, and
would pay him money for i If tie wished; Allionu
:t'd.IHaLd me'the moLty; Arrison ha deod him $2;
AlliLt.i, a-k(d $2 50; Airron handed him aa$2a0
gold piece, and was going out the room when he
asked why Allison asked so much for it; rhen
followed the hard words and the fight; tlis c ,uver-
sation witness partly retailed to Arrison, and ad-
vised Arrisonu to let Allison alone, but aided, "I
would n)t let a man run over me so;" Arrieon a'd
he should let him alone, and then made the threat-
ening remoti, that "if he ever crossed his path
again he would blow a hole tirugh his heartt"
Garrison had several times' told witness that Dr.
Baker bad borrowed $500 of him-, and would not
repay it; that he offered to take $50 and wait for
the balance till next spring, when he had finished
his course.
Mr. Dickson-Tell how he said Dr. Baker got the
money ftitm him.
Mr. Pruden objected; it had nothing to do with
the case.
The Court decided that it, could not be given,
unless it formed a portion of this conversation now
related. a
Witness then said, that Arrison said that Allison
kept every door looked, and when Arriaon.wished
any thing, Allison would go with him, see what he
got, and then lock the door;the remark, "I will blow
a hole through his heart," might refer to Dr. Baker,
instead of Allison- never missed any powder from
the drug store; a large quantity-could-not be taken
without Its being known' witness was not an expert
In handwriting, and might be mistaken, but thought
not, as to Ajrison's writing. LAfler sworn-Knows the defendant; got
acqnainted with him at the drug store, corner of
Sixth and Freeman; have seen Dr. Holt there and
Mr. Mann.
J. K. Hively sworn-Am a carpenter In firm of
Hively & McCullough, shop on Plum street; in June
last it was on Fifth street. between. Plum and West-
ern row; made a box on the 21st or 22d of June last-
a black walnut box; a gentleman came in about I
o'clock; -aid he wanted a box made eight or nrie
Inches long, four high and four deep, in the clear, out
of hickory-or black walnut; about 7 of the sameniday
a gentleman came in and asked, "is my box done;"
I banded it to him; he examined it, and said it
woule not quite do yet; said he wished a tain piece
to go inside; I fitted it for him; he then said he
wanted a hole bored in it; I baoed it; he paid $1 25
for it; as he Was going, he said he wanted to bor-
row a screwdriver; alter some reluctance I let him
have one; he promised to returnit it next morning;
the next morning he'came with the box aod said it
was hardly long enough, but would do if a little
was cut out of each end; one of the hanus com-
menced doing it; Mr. McColiough (my partner)
o4mig in,lhetookitand flnished it, and itb man
leat; on aturday hi, br,,ugiks 1. I'm Vure driver.
The wiLmt!is was rlitu neied to pick out the
man who got the box made. He picked out the
prisa-ier, Artier.-. -
(The fhaimeets of the btx wi% thben produced)
Wtezas theu said tie Lsn gavs.. insruoitio-o to
hbawL bhe pieces inrmi:.. te uegruuv i'" t.- s hliang
lie tu ote erased oo, a.d tLea lid so made that wsea
it-, lia aIwan ins pluce it would a ami oh t ,p.
Viine, c- examine te ahox lie es, and idenilnded
them s be inu p',rnouri mf t ie tai iueai at his s-hop.
(t'l.e sides t i nc id liU r.rf the bous were pro-
thuind. Toe peculiar hpae ol the aue gouged in
each (-d was easy to idartifs.)
Ciossexamined-Have a jobbing shop, inm y per.
Srs-sal'ing; L.ew tb iptlinoe lrr.m bis calling
twiItecuTbutiely ; he callitd tiwic aL. thO shop;
cIall 0 augain on Filmy witt, the box ; called again
on iaturdsy, to return the screw driver ; met him
age-in on Satuiday alt.rnoon. aud agaio on sunday,
in the stlieet; he had on black pants, while Mtr-
seillevsa t, black coat, white lmit, with long far;
noticed the man particularly, hbrcause be called at
halt-past seven o'clock on Taursday, an unusual
hour, when meohanic' shops are obsad, and wit-
ness was -there by accident; he also had a down-
east look on Friday ; when I met him on Saturday. I
spoke to him, and he made ro reply; the reason
I Yecrgniee him so well is because he has rather high
cheek bones, and I bave-a good recollection of
feataue ; saw nothing peculiar m his walk, a, Ino-
ticed, 0 in his voice, or in ihe me ions ofhLt miuth
when talkir g ; never was mistskeu in the features
of a man; ever addressed a wrongman by mistake,
to the best ot my knowledge ; this is the man that
got the box; the look ofit-at man was as bright in
my memori as your face now; alter I heard of the
explosion I- never suspected this man till I was
questioned about the box next morning by Capt.
Hoke ; I afterwards saw the pieces at the Mayor's
office; a workman generally knows his own work.
Direct resumed-Saw the prisoner six times at
the time of making the box; saw him oh Sunday,
nearly opposite the Medical College; the hat now in
criut viry much resembles the oe tie had on then;
the vest shown looked like the one the man had on;
e had on a frock cost.
Dr.. Jacob' Blaokburn, iecal'ed-Mr. Atrison had
on ro whiskers when he left in June.,
To Mr, Dickson--Bave seen Arrlson with a white
vest on; do not know whether he had one on when
1last saw him or not.
Michael Travis swo-n-Wotked in Hively & Mc-
- Cullough's shop last summer; saw the box while
making; saw it brought ba k to he enlarged; the
mon who brought it said it was made for a particu-
lar purpose, and it did not suit; the man told how
he wished it enlarged; one cf the workmen begun
it, and Mr. MoOullcugh finished it, and the man
took it away.
On bel'g asked if the man was now in the room,
witness picked out Arrison; tr.ina he had on a
bia k hat.
Croes-s-xamlned---Never made many boxes, and
cci 'a know as Shere is auy peculiarity in thu mufia
oi it; ihe ma- had on heavy whiskers; there was
no Ina Ii lar Bamk by which he knew; the prisoner
looi-to vert tuehi like the man who got the box; he
he 0 O0 B drhess COft
DIrect ietumed--By whiskey's, meant a heavy
beard, heavier than te prisoner has now. (fhe
pirloLfr hbh La mva whiakare.)-
Ja'tuph Kote iauc-t'oiked for HIvetyA M3o.
Cnllmrgh last seimoser; > man wanted a black wal-
r.ut hox nats; it wos made and taken away; the
x.osn bicught it back to be made longer; I went to
wohk st it, chisseling out the ends; before I got it, McCullouvh came in, took the box and finished
it, i d the man too-k It away; the fragments now in
court were exactly like the pieces of the box made
there in the shop.
Cross-examined-The man said that blMck walnut
would answer; Hively was not present when the
brcx was enlarged; there was nothing peculiar In
the make ol the box; the man had on a black hat;
do not remember the kind of his coat; do not recol.

lect an thing of his beard.
Dr. J. M Locke.-Am a chemist; at request of
Mr. Prunden had examined pieces of the box and
Irmr; had detected sulphate of potash, which Is the
renmaes of burnt gunpowder; bad detected no re-'
mains of fulmiDating powder; concluded that no
explosive material but gunpowder was used. The
white appearance on the iron indicated that
Co mmon wall tiortar bad bern used.
Craaemuamind,-It was bis opinion that gun.
powder had been used in the affair. !
George Hard sworn.-Know the defendant; got
acquasited with him about a year ago, before the
explrie-n. while he was tending at the drug store;
sm a house paloter; had'purchnsed paints of pris-
oner, F while laid up with a sore hand; witness had
frequently called at the store; about the 23d of
Jure last., on the Friday before the explosion, saw
prisoner; he was in Harrison's carpenter slop, on
Gerge f-d Maound; I had got in through the win
diw, vieOt into the bacx yard, returned to the shop
ard ftur d Aricn in I there, trying to make a bttrd
ltrltl.htg thbe over of ihe box, thinner; he cmuit
hII trLrk ai wvasked mn to do ii; T.ldi't; thi
piitt lowin Ceui t ite i is-rntieii tkaie-. I worked
(; ) Iwas to be mtde tr itt r it he tlenidcdip, leaving
tu' 1tli.s- Ia I ll.i. l- 1 r-a.
01'n,.-to-.i d I.- I Y ta-.v the pl e by tiemnian-
nerI Ip., tet it ,Un'; t-ai I t was done by antinch
and a 1.-.i, cf,'r1, Artiaon, I think, had ou otrlpe4

pantaloeens I beard a man talking with Arrion
outside, beore he got into the shop; several ques-
tinp were anked wimess by Mr. Johnson, respeet-
tag the lid, &o.; was in Chicago the laset'of June
end first of July; did not point out a man there as
Arr, on; went to Keokuk- thberebheard of a man we
supposed to be Artison; Lfound the man, and saw it
was not Arritsen, and left him; bad not bet or offer-
ed to bet thit my testimony would convict Arrison;
had sB]d I would not be afraid to bet that so far as I
the box was o eoetned, my testimony was sufficient
to convict him; know Dr. Reemelin; had never bet
with him; is Beemelin's store I said, "I will bet he
is not hong-;" do not know Wm. Daniels; I never
offered to bet on the final result of this ease; I
know there are ceitai persons taking advantage
of met and I will trace them out and expose
them to the public; had' conversed with Mr.
Lefler about the identity of Arrison; have had
conversation with Mr. Ramos, the watchman;
naver told him that the way I knew Arrlson was
frc m iefaring tm read Shakspeare at te drug store;
I have heard Ihim reao often, and have said he was
a good leader; have heard him read Lord, Mans-
field's speech; he beat some distinguished readers
of SLaelspeare all to pieces.
A Juror-We are tired of sitting here listening to
such stuff.
Mr. Keys said they expected to introduce teati-
mony. hereafter that would show all this was very
Important, .
Judge Johnson explained his course: he must
draw these replies from the witness before he could
Sint'oduce testimroy to contradict them.
Witness.--Bad heard Arison's name mentioned,
but could not r the explosion.
Direct resumed-I asked Arrison what the lid
was for' ne said ask me no questions and I will tell
you noties; after we got out, asked' him again; he
said he was going to send a present to some young
relations n tO Iowa.
C)0toexamindtion resumed.-Do not know the
precise time I fixed the lid for him; it was in the
altermoon, be'Lw en 2 and 6-perhaps later.
Couit adjourned.

The Prtntlce and Hewson Difficulenhty.
21-e following correspondence appears In the
Little Ruok papers:- ,
LlrrLE RocK, Nov. 22, 1854.
8Sn-My attention has been directed to a publica-
tio in i t he Tre Denuocral, over the Aigoature o
"Arlkna.-;" ana, as on inqui, of Mr. R. H. John-
son, tre ecitcoi of that journal, I lsar' that you are
the salthor of ihe publication in quealion, I hereby
rEqnest the lmmoiate vwithdrawal, over iourown
swpnature, of all the personalities directed In that
article agslnst me. This note will be handed you
by my friend, Major Thom]on.
Pending your reply t) this commun nication, I have
the honor to be your obedient servant,
M. Bcir HEwsON.
To George D. Prentice, Esq."
True copy of a note handed to G. D. Prentice on
the 22d day of November, 1854. F.P. REDMONO.
LrrrTTE Roox, Nov. 23, 1854.
MB. H wsoN-You request me to withdraw what
you call the personalities of my article in the True
Democrat of yesterday. Sir, I bave .no knowledge
whatever of you except from your publi-ned wnt-
iugs. In 1bthe article you speak of, I had and could
have had no ihientinn to apply to you any phiraseo
logy not prsdicaited wholly and aiowadly on such
pot tions of )our writings as I have cited. It was
not in my thraught to pursue oatide cf your publici-
tiobs and amauil your private character and conduct.
If any cf my languange aes-ms to you to bear a con-
trary constiulion, I disclaim such construction as
unworthy of myself, and, so far as I know, unjust to
yon. I thirk this explanation, If any was needed,
should be satisfactory to you, and it is all I have to
give. Yours, &c., GEoRGa D. Pc.IaIoCs.
M. Butt Eewson, Esq.
'LrrLS ROCK, Nov. 23,1854.
Sm--Your note of this date has been handed
me by my friend, Major Thom ,sou. In reply, I take
leave to remaik, that as my letter requested asiam-
pie withdrawal of the personalities of your publica-
tion, I must take leave to add that nuthiing in the
case will meet my wishes short of a plain, direct
and unconditional withdrawal oe the same. -
My friend Major Thompson,vWil hand you this
I have the honor to be, sir. your obedient er-
vant, M. BUTT H.wsoo.K
To.Gso.D. Ps.TrCE, Esq.
The above is a true copy of a note handed this
dayla by me to GrD. Prentice. I
November 23,1864. DAiirs ToursoN.
This is Mr. Pientice's note, as modifed in accord-
ance with our decision. PIlIP H. BAIFORD,
C. M. NoiMAn).
LrTrLE ROOK, NCv. 24,1854.
SSir-Your note, dated yesterday, was handed .to
me this morning. I have no other reply to make to
it than that which I made to you at first. T cannot
Properly say to you that I retraot the pers 'nalties
ofmy article in the True Democrat, fur I do not
think it contains any. I have distinctly disclaimed
any such construction of the language of that arti-
cle as would imply an imputation upon your per-
sonal character or coduolt, and I do not re-ogaize
sany right or reason on-your part to ask or expect
moi e of me. This I deem quite as much due to my
telf as to. you.
Piesuming that your notes are. written to me
with a view to a duel, I may as well a y here that
I have not the least thought of accepting a chal-
lege from you. I consider my strictures upon your
writings entirely legitimate, aud, at any rate, the
disclaimer thutI have made ought to satisfy you.
I cOne here from a distant State because many
believed I could do something to promote a great
and important enterprise, and as I have no reason
to think that my labors are not altogether in vain, I
do not intend tolet myself be diverted from them.
There are some persons-and, perhaps, many-to
whom my life is valuable, and however little or
much value I may attach to it on my own account,
Ido not see fit at present to put it up voluntarily
against yours.
SI am no believer in the duelling code. I would
pot call a man to the field unless he had done me
such a deadly wrong that I'Sdesired to kill him, and I
would not obey bis call to the field unless I had done
him so mortal an injury as to entitle him, in imy opi.
Dion, to demand an opportunity of taking my life. I
bate not the least desire to kill you or to harm a
hair on your head,aud lam not conscious of having
dore anything to entitle you to kill me. I do not
want your bloid upon my hands, and I do not want
my own upon anybodyts. I might yield much to
Sthe demands of a strong public sentiment, but there
is no public sentiment, nor even any disinterested
Individual sentiment, that either requires me ta meet
you or would justify me in doing so.
I look upon the miserable code that is said to re-
quite two men to go out and shoot at each other for
what one ot them may consider a violation of eti.
quette or punctilio in the use of language, with a
scorn equal to that which is getting to be felt for it
by the whole civilized world of mankind. I am not
afald to exprees such views in the enlightened Ca-
pital of Arkansas or anywhere else. I am not so
cowardly as to stand in oread of any Imputation on
my courage. I have always had courage enough to
defend my honor and myself, and Ipresume I always
shall have. Your obedient servant,
M. Buvr HEWSON, ESQ. G(O. D. PMeNrrIo.
Lrtrrr RocOK, Nov. 26, 1834.
The undersigned, to whom the matters of differ-
ence between George D. Prentice, Evq., andM, Butt
Hewaon, Esq bave been submitted by their mu-
tual friends toa final decision, have examined allthe
apers connected with the controversy, and. upon
f11 cirelderatiou, we decide that Mr. Hewson ahall
wit- d aw his communication of the 22d Inst., to
Mr. Prentice, for the purpose of allowing Ma. Pren.
tl:e to modify, in accordance with our judfbment,
bit commur'ictlon to Kr. Hewsen, and, that, upon
a ccnmrurleation thus modified being made by Mr.
Pt entice to Mr. Hewson, as may honorably be done,
1 e Smati taktn in connection with the ommunica-
Ion of Mr. Prentice to him, dated November 23,
nd maehred, ought tobe, and must, in our judg-
n eot be entirely salttsictory to Mr. Hewson, as a
man of honor, and after that there will be no tur.
ti er cause of difficulty between the parties, but the
matter will be adjusted honorably to both.
C. F. 7N. NOLAnD,
AlBEBT Pint.

BAILBOAD.Ic INIInicOis.-The railroad system of
Illinoias been extended rapidly, although at a
severe cost to capitalists. The following is a list of
rtads terminating at Chicago :-

Chicago and Milwaukie............................. 90
Illinois and Wisconsin, to Woodstock-............... 50
Galena arid hicago Union, to Freeport............. 121
Beloit and Madison Branch, about.................. 45
Galena Air LiUne to Dixon......................... 9S
Chicago and Aurora, Central Military Tract and
Peoria and Oquawka, from Galesbnrg to Burlington 218
Chicago and Rock Island.......................... 181
Peoria and Bureau Valley........................... 47
Chicago and Mississippi, to Alton................. 25
Great Western, Naples to Decatur.................. 7)
Illinois Central, Galena to Cairo-..................... 43
Chicago Branch, to a point 40 miles south of Urbana 166
Michigan Southern, Toledo....................... 242
Michigan Central to Detroit........................ 282-
New Albany and Salem............................ 284
Total..........I.............................. 2,612
SuRvY OF T E BiD R vI RAFT.-Mr. Charles
A. Fuller, who has been engaged in a survey of the
Red river raft, arrived at New Orleans on the 5th
nlust. He has completed the task assigned him, and
has in preparation his report to the. War Depart-
ment on this very Important subject. The whole of
Northwestern Louisiana and Northeastern Texas is
deeply Interested in the question of the removal of
thb obstructions which have so seriously *retarded
the progress of one of the best cotton growing se-
lii9w 9f tul 99,t t.t,


BaTRnDAy, Dec. 16-8 P. M.
At the fi at beard this morning the market epenead
heavy, ani continued so to the clone. Nicaragua,
Cumberland,New York Central and Erie were pret-
ty active, but drives were not sastalnel. Virginia
6's fell off I per "sent, Illinois Central Bonds j, New
York Central Bonds J, Canton Co. j, New Yetrk Coen-
tral Railroad J, Norwich and Worcester i, Eri
Rallreaid HudsOn River Railroad J, Beading Rail-
road J, Panama Railroad 2. Nicaragua Transit ad-
vanced i per cent, with large sales. New York Geon-
tUal opened at 80 per cent and closed at 78j, seller
sixty days. Erie Railroad fell off f per cent from
the opening. Virginia 6's were sold to some extent
at the decline. Railroad bonds were freely offered,
but the transactions were limited.
The following sales of stocks a beds were
made at auction this morning:-,
$8000N.Y. and Harlem RR. 1st mtge...Int. added 79%
9000 Rock River Valley Union Railroad do. 2
240 shares Illinois and Wisconsn Railroad 7.... 3
$1600 Interest certificate on do................ 2
36 shares thib Avenue Railroad................ 51;
70 do Thud Avenue Ralroad................. 2
(.0 do. do. do.................... 20
b do. Allantic Bank.................... bO a 61
10 do. C-enlral Bank........................ 24
80 do Empire City Bank................... 25
120 do,. do. do.......... ..... ....25
100 do. New York and New Hlaven Railroad... 25
130 do. Ilarlem Railroad (per sliare of C00)... 20
100 do. Cracers' Bank..................... 103%
At the second board the market was heavy. Erie
Railroad fell off.1 per cent; New York Central Rail-
road, J; Illinois Central Bonds, .J; Niceragnatran-
sit improved ij per cent; Canton Con pa ly, 4.
The receipts at the office of the Asaistant Treasu-
rer of this port, to-day, aniouated to $45,131 35.
Paymenits, $183,208 56. Balance, $5,528,386 56.
Paid for Assay office, $634,229 46.
..The steamship Union from this port for South-
ampton and Havre, to-day, Carried oniut $2.800 itt
specie. The cloasig quotations for s'arling exchange
for this packet wereq7j a 8 per cez., premium.
TI e billb of the Central Bank aud tie Empire City
Bank are taken by the other banks on deposit, an.4
the bills of toe Central B-nk ai- releemed at its
counter. The bills of the Farmers and Citizeni
Bank of Williamsburg, are promptly redeemed ia
specie at the bank and will be in this city on Mon-
day, the same as heretofore.
The following railroads, all now in process of coo-
struction will terminate at Cairo, the extreme
southern point of Illinois, and conduce to mike it %
great centcla depot, viz.: The Illinois Central Rail-
road, 700 miles in length; the Mobile and Ohio R all-'
road, 450 do.; the Cairo and Faltu )o ailroail, 3564
do.; tbe Wabash and Ohio River Rdilroad, 170 do.
These roads, with their several connections, extani
to every'city and town of Importance in the country,
as will be seen by an inspect ion of the Railroad Map
of the United States. The eztpnt of river navigation
whose waters unite at Cairo l6 upwards of 20,00a)
miles, and 4 open from thence to New Orleans the
whole year.
The new cent pieces will be is-uned from the Injnt
inthe couree~of a few days. They are considerably.
smaller than the olt cent piece i, and form a really
beautiful and attractive copper esin. On one side ia
the head of Liberty, and thirteen stars being omit-
ted, the surface is plain and polished. Tue reverse
is the same in design as the old aent, but brighter
and much more finished. There is a certain amount
of alloy mixed with the copper, and the perfectio,
of the die gives to the coin a Boaih and elegance
that has never heretofore been attained in our copt
per coinage. The new coin will be uonilereally we-
comed as a needed and creditable improvement.
SThe Boston TWegraphof the'i 5tb says:-
The market is Tvery steady and quietly, tih more huyf-rs
than sellers In the leading stocks; lhi, morning UMain
was a shade lower, closing firm at .1 tbid, en-dividend u
4 per cent; Providence and Worcester are both without
sales, and firm at 59 and 92 bid respectively; Concor
and Eastern are also firmer at a slight improvement o
smalllots;Titchburg closed at 80 asked for few share;
Michigan Ct ntis l ii h cer, owing to higher prices in Ne
York; 8&M% we .ji red and no shares for sale; Westeri
eas .isote mrm tr 92 bid: Old Colony improved to 76;
,. I.n ad a nIl- oi tour shares was madeat 77; Centr
eclm-.d to t2, butn that was the bidding price at tl I
k -c- wvth a quick demand for stock; Vermont and Ma-
-ancnuc'tis a, firm at 8 bid; Ogdensburg 8M bid, bIh
:here at. i], ,r.llers in either, of them at the present d4
I r iatd i- at, 8 shares Taunton Branch Railroad we'
.-lJ at luo..Jldend on, which is the first r,.dLe i
/or a lonr, I-me
P,.rtla.J CitS sixes, payable in New York, .il. [at 9 [,
a very low figure; Ogdensburg lst mortgage bor,'I .-ti
at 45, a loss of one per cent from yesterday, an. tIb.f,.- Is
less inquiry for this class of securities. I
Stock Eaxchange.
S i vin.a- Dee. 16, 1851.
$2000 Ken 0's....s38 l5 1.7 esa N Y CenRh R '0
1000IndS5's.s3p&c 75 279 A)
3000 Virg 6's-....... "89g 50- do-.....Bs3u 7.-Y,
8000 do........ c 89 100 do-......... T
li7(0 do......... 89 50 do-......... 7)j
.000 ErieInc Bds... :94% 20 do-......... T'7
100 Erie C B'71.s3 68% 50 do-......860 7,K
7500 Ill Cen RR Bdis. 68% 18 Chic & Rock I ER 74
15500 do......... 63 100Nor&W RR.b60 36
5000' do......b20 63% 100 doc........c 35
2500NYCenRBds 81 200 ErieRRc.......c 3511
4000 do......... 80% 100 do-........c rI4
1000 Pan Bds 2d iss 7414 10 do......... 3'..
26 ahs Lel.& Hud.s3 103 150 do-.......83 35
10 Metropolitan Bk. 101% 50 do-......m 15 35
'5 Continental Bk-.. 98 50 do blo.....l0 3 5,
200 Canton Co....s3 17% 200 do-.......b3 356
100 do......b6O0 17% 10 do-.......b5 36
450NicTransCo..s3 16 200 do-........c 364
100 do-......b30 16' 100 do......... 35
100 do-.......b3 15% 350 doo........c 35
100 do-.......s3 15% 200 do-......bl0 3'
280 do-.......s3 10 200 do3......... 31
100 do-......blO 16 88HudsontRR....s33a 3
1000 do......b60 16g 400 Harlem RR...s3 '24K-
100 do...... O0 16 400 dob......b60 25
100 do......s10 16 450 Reading RR... s3 66
100 Cum Coal Co.s30 25% 200 do......s60 6
260 do-........e 25% 50 dob...... b3O 70j
100 do........ 256% 20 Panama RR..... 71
100 do......bteO 26 10 Clev &ToIRR... 6
80NYCenRR..b60 80j 100 do ....b0 t
$5000 Virginia 6's... 89 100 shsHuad RRR.bO 31
10000 III lotImSt'47 80 10 do-.......s3 'i
500 HI Cen BRR Bds 63% 300 Reading RR-...... 6
2000 do...... c -- V 50 Erie RR-........3
60.shsCantonCo.e3 17% 50 do-.........
100 do......... 17% 200 do-.......s5
60 Cum Coal Co... c 26% 295 do-......... 3
100 Nic Trans Co.b60 16% 60 do......b60 3
B0 doa.......s3 1 16 PanamaBR.....71
100 do-...83 15% 100NyCeBtB..0 -,m4
15MlchSRR...bl5 80 100 do-.......a7*
Aazsa-60bbls. changed hands at $6% for pots, ii
$7% for pearls per 100 lbs.
BsiiEaisTuBs--Flour was rather quiet and languid (he
tales having been confined to 5,600 bbls. State I
.western at yesterday's rates, 1,01J0 Lbls Cana-iian at 4H
in bond, and $9% a l,'a irse, ttiia 1,40, rrIl soulifmn
at previous prices. Tie trans-action in grain c.,mpibdj
4,100 bus-hbls prime Canadian htato 1art fr.-1mL
2 30; 1,000 fair southern do. at 32 rea- .1 *M
1 00; with 50.000 bush(-el corn masily we:tern mia-.i t.
94 a 96 cs. icr bushel. R3 oau- oaus i c-re unalt,.,..
Consta--About 7u0 bsga of Rio aero ,,lJ at ti. a .
and small sales Laguyara at 10.c.
COITOmn.--Small sales were made at a par decline f
%d. to %d. since the receipt of' he. iteam,.r'. news.
FIoS-Dry cod were retailing at 55 a S-', per e;
mackerel and herring ruled quiet at former quotation
Fiacrors,-To Liverpool, engagements of 600 bbls. Id
were maais'at 15s. per ton; 26 3a800 bales uf cos
at6-12d., and 20 bales Sea Island do. at %d.; 100 b a
hops at %d. and 400 to 500 bblt. and tieroes of pork it
beef at 3s. and 4. and 1,000 bbls. of flour at is. 3d., S
5,000 Ilb. whole footatt20. per.ton. To London, 0
bbis. lard were engaged at 88. and 50 bbla. pork at ;
300 tierces beef at 4t. aud 800 bbis. perk at 3s. -o
Havre, rates were unchanged. To Bremen, 20
measurement goods and 100 bbla. ashles were take
20s. A vessel was taken up to load at Grand Cairo, $,
for New York, at $6, and $T for sgariaid molassen. pt
California, rates were unchanged and varied from 3

4ec. per~foot.
FAri.-gales of 200 Lalf boses raising at
200 quarters at 75o., with 200 boxes M .R. at$2 70,
200 do. wet dry at $2 40.
HaY.-Sales of 500 bales were made at $1.
Hope-There were 50 bales ne taken within ourr
mer range. t
Isos.-Sales of Scotch pig were mide at $13 a l
per ton.
MoL sa n.-The market was quid, with sales ,S
bbis. old New Orleans at 19c.; new crop was dull a
NAVAL Soi -.-Sprits turpentine was quiet .1 ,
and common rosin at-l 85 per 810 1b., .lenvered.
Oas.-Wbale, sperm and olive ruled quiet and a -
nal. Linseed was selling from store at 81o. a 83,
gallon. Lard oil was unchanged.
PsovnroNT.-Pork was more active. The sales re-
ed 1,500 barrel$ at $12 75 a $12 87M for mess, and
for rI.rm., per bbL Lard was purchased to the e t
of 60') Lartc-, at lOc. a 103c.; and 400 kegs, at 1-
per pound. Beet favored factors. The sales inl
420 bbls, at $5 50 a $7 for country prime; $8 50 a $ 6
for do. mess; $15 a $15 25 for repacked Chicago do.
$16 50 a $16 for extra do. per bbl. Butter and l a
were unaltered.
PIcM.-lhe market was dull, and sales limited t0o
lots, at irregular prices.
SCUGAe-There was some better inquiry, but wli t
sales of importance.' Samne 200 a 300 hhds. Cuba
New Orleans were reported within the ;,nse .r.f a
Pc. for the latter. and 4%o, a 5'4eo. for tiih -.-.ri r.
ftlilt Vw41"170 l2ta 1R is BvlgcottI;tC itVlW r


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We are receiving faSm all quarters the niot coovinCing
evidence that 1-annj Iero'. now book, "'RutLI H1ll,' is
indeed her greelet achievement, not only frlly sus-
laining her previous fame, bnt even arl-lig new and
yet more glorious laurels. We do not believe any bonk
ever published In this country has been rece'ivy-d w;th
greater acclamation by the press, or obtainei more ela.
Iborate snd conmmelwtUry Lotices. In addition to Ihe
necessarly.short extracted already given, a few others
are now presented.
Tens of thousands will read It.; pages and pay tribute
to the genies of the fair authoress It is not too mnch
to say it is the best thing ehe has writt'.n.-Syracais
We predict 1bat it w;Il have the most unliodud...l aile
ef any work of tc. lime.-N Y. Dutchman.
It has sharp Sallj.--t has reaid humor-it has, beyonl
the faintest queatirn, toe stamp of truegcrjus.-Boston
Evinces even writing talent thn ho-r fugitive
pieceswhich have gamed so muchi popularity.-Troy
ay Whig.
Therearesineb gialhlc pictures or poor human na-
ture, and somuch mrt an good humor, mrin.j'o.l ith
tie story, that no myslerious plot is needed to rivot the
attention of the reader. It is an admLrable tale.-
SChristian Observer.
The same fine, graefrul inrenbve geonws that has
stamped her ra. formnil and elaborate efforts, will be
recognized in t;s al'o. There is an exuberance of good
[humor sod kindly fielng pervading toe wore, which
will be a security f',,r the attention and sympathy o[ the
crader--Puritan RPeorder
Fanny Fern for drsei'ptive powers has no superior In
this country. * 4 It will be read with the deepest
interest by all -Christian Chronicle.
It will bi read by Ihoucands, touching with it, mar-
veloons pathos tie'sympathetlic chords in the human
Sbreast, kindling a beam of snehineo in many a drooping
Seye, and moistening many a honud cheek with tho edow
of gladness.-Laninburg OsGazette.
There was, we behev-, a doubt erper;enced by many
about the &ucces of Fanny Fern in the producl;on orf a
continuous story or noveL SLtecLing-pert, spirited
and brief sketching wrring-was thought to be her lorte
Her paragraphE sare brilliant and effectlve-she could
mot write a tolnme novel that wouldL aid her reputation
by exhibiiing throughout her characteristic But she
mhas done ill Fanny Fern's novel is complete success,
and will bp more widelyy read than either volume of bher
sketches. She siw getl more of fame and money by it.-
U Uca Observer.
S Imagine all the art, eloquence, pathos, humur, tender-
Snmess sand isony that lie scattered through her
fugitive pieces brought together and co-Oerating in the
working out '-noe c,-'nected story-unaoE lie that story
r containing the materials for three or four ordinary
volumes, batlcd down or compressed byr some ILuitiv
process of consenasplion into one--imengn every inch
dent bearing bthe nnmlstakeable impress ol being a lhvn;
reality, an exponent of s-me action that, under a sligh
change of name has undoubtedly taien place in New
York, Philadelphia or Boston within the last five years,
and you will hare some idea of this extraordinary ro
mance -Phil. Sst. Coriner.
This last and mr.-s elaborate of the works of Fanny
Fern will certainly crePtb a sensatlon and meet with a
rapldosle e-Bo-tnn Journal.
Well calculated to -levate the fair aunthoress to th
veiy highest nieLe in the temple of fame.-Fishkill
In many of the Fhort chapters of this volume there
is a power e rievenhung the workings of the soul which
is quite up tlb the capacity of Dickens, while 1i itedioso
minuteness is never perrnittd to appear -P'resbyterlan
Ruth Ball is a giiat advance npon anything Fanny
Fern has heretrefore wltten. It is distinguished byh he
Same condensed ao.i igoroos style, the same sweetness
Sadd patbos of sentiment, the rame pieturaqueness,
Sviidnefis, and afflience of description, the same minute
and comprehenBi-e knowledge, the same scope and oil-
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w which commsnided such a flattering success for her frat
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a sustained and interetiog story always preserve.. $
5 5 The influence of tlrB Hall is on the sice of good
ress, truth, andI relgiono and we thins no one can rend
It without being made wiser, and better, and happier.
.-Buffalo .
Fanny Fern is eycond comparison bthe most popular
author of America. Mrs. Stowe's enCess ma instantly
advanced in d, prof of this a'sertion as soon as madP.
But hersueeres,, iL must be owned, depended as much
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HM.L. SRELDOI. 85 Nassau street. 9-cB-n ,WAY-FU HE ROM.S TO,
1 F.----------85-----street.-32OR to 1 geotciern, without board; ae, a small.
11 0 -nOE AND FWlTTOU FOR flo room, on first door, for an office; rent, $260 per
most51 .50.bls Eale.-Try fine house. Localtn aonum. Apply to B. F. FARNOWOIRirH opposite Broad-
nost dlb Farniture noew, and wry sup.rlnr WIl way theatre.
be sPold fot $11,500--A great samcrifile, to r'in e eih -
Palf can remain n n bond and mortragp KRKVE 1 Q9 EIGHTH AYFNUE-BBTW I NINNETEPMTH
IlOGOLAND, Union square Real Estato Ofnfi, No 3 IiJ92 and Twentieth streets;Tfour doll-,rs per week
ltver"tt 'uetmer of Fourth ovens' aond tf f,,r separate rooms and board forsingle gntlemen, also
tenth restret.t an elegantly furnished back parlor fot a lady and gen-
t trt---- tlioman. '
I4 UsUJl FooirloL on rourIh pla. near A LrST SiXTEEN STREET, CORNR 1OF IR
Unirtaireet. Brooklyn, 100033l feet, ence,mbrhii.l one- .lvng place. Furnished rooms, with or without
half. Sf,(OO Fire tneiira'ie sitrir n91 -1'l ,e) e il will board.
be given In full or part pa-ment for a hi-j- In Now r- EEN S E -TI ADEiE AIN
Yori. MH L. -,EL'LjN, 65 Na. u .1ioet. r G N `IF t --THE ADVmrism HAVING
Toi.5 N a rented ti0e above house. and newly fitted it up. is
SRARE i 0ANCE TO PARTES DiEGNNING A now pr.parud to accommodate ianilles or single gentle.
A sM faicy dry good bselese -N-r -F,im'ilr lr with c,,omas, or suites of room,, with fujl or partial
Sie, a cheap lotofembroideries, lac.,., JAc which wl board.. Rfrtiences echangel.
be solil hecap forcash, as the goods have not been in. P .-BOARiNO IN N F
store. Early application will be necessary. Applyto 1LTh TY PLbCti-BOARDINn the ONE OF
J-.L the most eligible locations in the city, Immediate
F BL L Lt, No 4 Cortlandt street, upper dtry. vicinity of Broadway. Fifth aventue,hotelo, amcsemenltA,
TOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST HOtELS, ON TIC &c.; oneroom, suitable for twogentlemeon, or small fa.
SEurcopr(an plan, newly and han.Jiomely farldsal, mily, upon advantaeous terms; also a desirable iront
and Leautlirily located. AddrEss, e.etb real narmeG. L. room, on t third floor.
G., Popt office. A chance to make 4,10.000 per year, and
a..aU _-1- with good board nd pleasant rooms in a private
I OR SALE-AN UNDIVIDEDW [TF'RF.ST IN AN (RON family. References exchanged. Apply aS 132. Lemgstou
foundry and'mnochine shop,' drloing an extensive rienbie.
business. in oneorel'tic best;r, in the State ofN
New York. Apply toJOilldH. BROAD,ol618Fourtheat. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN CAN OBTAIN BOARD iN

25 by l]ui fad, on easy termn ;a Wlera-r Breset, woei
of Broadway. Inquire of J. F. DROWNE, 295 Dra.d.
Loise, fe iErclay ltroet, 17 yeirs lease from
Columbia C,-llIge. No ground rent. Apply to F. HAD-
LEY. 221 Grcneich street.
F end a flrst rate property, dliitant about e, ,iL
hours by railioad, hail as echang.d for ooe or two
g. od ditllhc.gir l,..- Ir his ; ty, .'o.).-h front Len to Slf-
-..u .Tc.elar.. Apply at VAN[.IEW & URE-
S-i I S 'E lrvsi'. v land office, 1,110 Broadway.
F bult hboue in this city, a beautiful country seat
r.i 10 7 acre. with large Bfine mansion honse,. Price
7 00t Setusled near Princeton, N.J MoneyV ill be
i uLt with the exoLange' Apply to r. B. KEIHIAER,
819 Feurt. avenue, from 8 to 10 acd 3 to 7 o',ldiie.
S fora first clees tenmperance grocery, with a good
.lock on hoa.l, a first class location, ahnd satisfactoe,
resEons for'selling. Four years lease f[oidl May net, nd.
rent clsep. A bor'e and %sgon and esary requlisite for
e firot class grr. ry. Terms easy Apply 't.) DNt4CAN
& lIcMr iLN. nsabconeers and real esaale brokers, 103
West, corner Liberty street.
and stock, with five years lease, or a hotel dong a
roed business, both of city and ceuhtry iradeo from
New Yorl, Ohio, Pennsylvania ank New Jersey lates,
situated in a goAd location, being near the principal
market of the city and railroad and steamboat land
ings. For farther informationn apply Lo C G. Thompson,
Al Nassau street.
N ii n Lwrrs work, from the faclory vei,'tl will ble
6l.-1 very low. for caieh Early application will b ne..-
asry. Apply tlB GILLCHRIlT, No. 4 Cortlandt street,
re.ul estate, clothing and ca-h tu the amount of
i7,e00 to 9,0li0. AddresA M., Heoral- office.
J liaed meal, poultry and vegetable land corner of
yalth avenue ano Fourth street, with a goot run of cus-
tomers, and doing b good business. Will b, sold for
cash only. Sati.factory reasons given for selling. Ap-
ply as above.

1.UJ2 J.S. being used either a a single arm.
or field p|eee, wb;ch maybe onarrauged as to diehargs
one hundred balJs at each fire car. be discharged. eix-
teen lbmes per minute, and will cover an area of aisxleen
feet at the distance of 430 yards. The attention ot scl-
eotific men snd manufacturer is invited to the. same
For further partlenlars, where a model may be sees, apply
to ROtME c BUNNELL, Real Lhatrtle Agoents and Auc.
tioneers, 373 Broadway.
1 5 VAN NOTES' stove store.-We have a large as
sorrment of the latest patterns of stoves, for sale on rear
sooable terms. Stoves and ranges lInel with soapstoneI
and iepalred, grates iet and repaired, stoves put up, anP
pipe furnished for sanse. Also, soapstone rriddles fot
sale wholesale and retail. The escrllene. of the grill.
dies consist ia their requiring but one groasing whea
o ett. .
Flour Ageucn,..a No. 38 Broa.lwar, New ',ei, an i
u.l- t Ful trcn er iBreo tl, n-u, coois..: 1 aell te1. nl1 t
quality of egrg, stove and nul coal, at thb lowest prices.
Also, Boar, by the single barrel, for family ui., at whole-
ale prices. Tboe wanting to prcrialc., will find it
their interest lu apply at ihe abhoe ae._-n.1e.
Bowery, east side, between Broome asa.-i Delaney
itreots Madame B. riespeetfully informs thb public
that she has reduced her price in order to enable every
one to be free fr.-)m pam, an-i feels erodndeni In pro.
mining that hbe will remove corns, bunions, nails grown
in the flesh, &c without causing the least pain or in
convenience Persons can be atien lei tv at home, or
at Madame B.'s residence, from 1 until 7 o'clock P.M.
whTich undloubtedly ucet the necessary sants ofthe
ladies, are well iroedA boots and shoet Mines. HILL &
COLBY, 571 Br.,adway, are selling oiL their .ntire stock
of ldtes' sad children's imported boots anod shoes, at
cost prices Chamois and satin slippers of ail colors.
571 Broadway, oppoeile the Metropolitan Hotel.
U grazing, 6i3 Broadway, Merropohbtan Hotel. No0
pa per and envelopes In great variey, and marked with
the utmost care. N. B.-New forms of we.1ling cards.
and a varied seek of Do Lame's enoveloies.
GLUBREDE, 68 Broadway, east side.
San rameoses outlay of time as.l capital, Aue-
ceeied in rendering the mehan;6m of other cloeis, chi.o-
nometers, and timtke'specrs 'enerily, absolutely prfi-'et
An obserratioi" is evory day taken at their ettlabhlb.
mtnt anod the elo,:l whi:h they have -recled, n.- e.iioch
is v Isible to thei whole ..-rid passing up.od do'-n Broad
Navy, is Be perfc-ti time regulator, and rnsy he asiays imu
plhcitly telledi on. By tli a.loprion of ni-T s.iontidc ndi
mechanical principles m Inthe conitruct.on ,1 toe miac.i
nery blessrs H. Sperry & Co) have sirired at
and ltfesible accuracy in the maondfacture o lt;mep;e'esa
of every deecnripon. Public clon-ks for clhui.hb.', anm
pobli"- Liildn-., c.r sny part of the c ontr%
to older, an-d' narrated Io run with pe,'eledra'curaemy.
GuovernttD and roilrcad offices, post off,.'.,
rits, &c &r [.romplly supplied aith un'ailinus ant
unswemirng tnnic rgulators A gleei eViiely Of CIoclS,
chrooc.ruerrrs, Land lLmepiecei ol' every denuiptlun, on
hand. .. -
L pure, for sale wholesale and retail, at the lard oil
factory, 76 and 78 Sullivan treet-. Retail price, 9s. per

i06 and d6 Nassau street, New York.-The sub.
ascribers have commenced manufacturing news and book
paper at their new paper works, at Windsor Looks, con-
_taining fourteen largest size rug engines and two 84inch
Fourdinier machines (one more to be added), are now
ready to receive orders from persons In want of a supe.
rior quality of news or book printing paper. 'Thse
works have been built with great care, embracing all the
modern improvements, with a full supply of spring and
artesian water, together with never fail ng power, en.
suing a uniform good color to the baper end] a regrlaJ
supply In quantity and quality. the capacity of tiE
two mills to msntfacture fifteen thou land p-) jud s*
paper per day. PiEeR & BROOKS.

with tack and sheets supposed to have been
stolen from some vessel. Apply to Peter Corles, 204
South street.
P.M., in Nassau street, or, in Amity street stage,
a mall white paper parcel, containing a yellow topaz
cross and pendant broach with two lre missing.
I he finder will be rewarded by leaving s at the New
Haven House, 412 Broadway.
S Railroad depot, foot of Canal istreelt, containing be-
seen thirty and fity dollar in bills; also, a check drawn
by S. & A. Brnsh, oun the Mechanics Bank, Brooklyn,
lor 141, dated December 22d, the payment of which has
teen stopped; also, sundry notes and papers of no value
but lo the owner. Whoever will return the sid pocket
book and papsrs to J. C. Gaslay, 1l3 West street, shall
be entitled to the money contained in said poakes book,
and no question asked.
S and rwenty-third street, inThird avenue, a lady's
ugld brnet pin gold cross, ene gold fifty rent piece, and
two gold twenty five cent pieces, cornelian heart and
Ahort piece of chain. The finder wail be liberally re-
warded by leaving the same with L. B. Stone, at P. L.
Rogers & Co's., corner Fulton and Nassau streets.
Instant, a small diamond ring, for which a suita-
ble reward will be given by returning It to the store of
0. HUHIL, 143 Maiden lane.

LJUORS, e&c.
Scotbch and Irish whiskeys, rums, gins, syrups a
cordinals London and Dublin porter, Phildelphia als
andporler, In bottles, for. family use. For sale at N.
H. UNDERBIIS, 430 Broome street, corner of Crosby
gallon, for sale by 0. HULL, 145 Malden lane.
silgament of old Campbellon and Islay whiskey,
which the rtibscriber will dispose of to private f&mllioes,
at a moderate price. D, LIONT, 38 Centre street.

where he could receive evening instruction In mu6s,,
French, German Latin and, for a very
moderate sum. References given and required. Address
H., box 200 Herald office.
. I-t, on the first floor, also other desirable room,
with ful or partial board, in a private family; house
re; lrte with all improvements, and neighborhood unaur.
p ssed. Apply at 234 Tenth street. References ei-
men, can be accommodated with board and pli'ea-
Pant rooms, at 461 Broomo street, one block west of
i. odw- lhal bouo. contains all the modern improve
rn' nis Re.i',lrrnce e'.bhangSd
A onv~nienee for a fire, suitable for two gc;notliu...-.
cr tao oalietr, ali, a sall betdromn, oi second l.-,,', i.e
let, furoished, witb br,-aklast and tEa. 10lU-ho at J.
l'i. '-imr relt.
.; f,,le, i-.,:s board I, n a.t'vats famdir, whet, his
=rvic,5 as tea'. her rculd be considered as equivalent for
bit tos d Address G. M., 773 Broadway.
S would let one or twoi furnisbhed pirlrs osn firs
fl.:or, to a gentleman and lady, wih boserd fopt the lady,
or, if preferred, the use of kltch,.n, without '%oaid.
No ,ltbct boarderstaken. Location uip town, but conve-
nient by cars and stages to all parts of the city. Ad-
dress E.,BioadwayPost Ot. e%
eroom, without boardI in the vicinity of the
Eighth avenue and Twenty-eighth street. Address,
statinf term, 0. P. Q., Herald office.
9f be accommodated with suit or single rooms, with'
full or partial board; the houses pre newly furnished,
containing all the modern improvements; eligible lo-
cni i,&5 and f7 Wast Twenty-third street, between
Eroidway snrio S xth v.n'Je.
Broadway, opposite Grace Church, a gentleman
and his wife can be genteelly accommodated with plea-
sant and handsomely furnished rooms fronting Broadway;
also a splendid suite df parlors fronting Broadway, with
or without board; dinner at 5 o'clock; entrance 138
Tenth street.
frr.ut, ba'%l ani.i side rooms, adjoining, furnished,
will l.e reute-i, o ,in 'c without board, single or together,
whero there is but a small family. Call at 541 Broome
street, between Sullivan and Varick streets.

ed, ou the second floor, suitable for a gontleian
and his wife; also a pleasant room, suitable for two
single gontlenoen, can be obtained with or without
board, at 16b Grand street, near Varifck. The cars pass
within a few fods of the door every five minutes.
mB dero houee, and living quite retired, would lei
one or two furnished or unfurnished rooms with bath,
ca., Ac&r., to a lady and gentleman, with full board for
Itho laIy nil breakfast for gentleman, if desired. Ad-
dress Quietude, Union square Post Office.

jTA-enty-fourth street, with all the modern improve-
ments; rooms furnished. Inquire on the premise.i.

may be obtained for a 'c. .ti.. m n a.d i,, r wife, witei
furnished room or rooms, in a good house, with all the
modern improvements, situatd at 113Haimmoudl treol,
near Eighth avenue railroad. Terms reasonable.

east of Broadway. Two flue rooms, furunltied.
having commodious pantries attached, for gerll .ino
and their wives, withboard. Apply as above. N i -
he family is private and 'select;.

genteel- family, where there are no gentlemen
boarders. French family much preferred. Address
A.- G., Union-square Post Office.
modated with rooms and lull board, also, large plea.
sent rooms, that will accommodate families, ora party of
four gentlemen, at low prices. Day boarders accommo-
dated also, at 122 Chambers street.
lor on first floor to a gentleman and wife or two
ytiung men; also a single room, with full or partial
b.nrd. House has all the modern improvements. Apply
at-T70 West Thirty-first street, near Broadway and Sixth
end their wives, at $7 per week for both, in a first
class four story house, with baths, gas, &c. Location
desirable and accessible to business. Also a very supe-
rior second story front room. Please address Sterling,
Herald office, which will receive Immediate attention.

single gentlemen can obtain pleasant rooms; with
L,.ar-l; furnished front rooms, on second floor. The gs first class, with gas and baths. Apply at 39
Clinton place.
1or c .i.n.ijl.rnmeu, can obtain good board and
e e nasrat hloro" a' li West Twenty-seventh street.
I., .30 contains all the modern improvements.
or two gentlemen of high respectability, fishing
first class rooms, with partial board, in an elegant pri-
vate residence, a few doors west of Broadway, in a small
private family, where no boarders are taken, may ad-
dress A. B., Box 412, Post Office.
boarding house and home, corner Sixth avenue and
Thirty-eighth street. There are always very sany per-
rons, both married and single, in a great city Wine New
York, who dislike equally the noise and confusion of a
lar ge hotel and the loneliness of a small or private fami-
ly. Individuals of this class, therefore, feel the need of
what may be called a boarding home. To the wants ot
such the above" establishment (designed for both invalids
and well persons) is admirably adapted. The location is
very preasant and healthful, awid easy of access from
all parts of town, king only about thirty minutes ride
from the Astor Hcnse. The building is new, and ar-
ranged with a profusion of pantries, closets, bath rooms,
igas fixtures, &c., &c. She terms are reasonable, and
the accommodations throughout of the first class.
With board, to gentlemen and their wives or single
gentlemen, at 163 Hudson street, corner of Laight.

place, near the Clarendon. Mrs. Moore having
taken this beautiful establishment, (late the residence
of a private gentleman,) is prepared to receive families
or strangers visiting thoe city for the winter. The ap.
pointments of tIce house are unsurpassed, and its situa-
tion in the midst of evergreens ad shrubbery, and so
far from the street as to avoid the annoyance of noise
and dust, while on the stage and railroad routes, being
unique for the city and more resembling the country,
makes it for persons of taste a molt desirable residence
for along or short period. The house has a few vacant
The advertiser having taken the new antd elegant
house 47 West Thirteenth street, near Fifth avenue, will
let one-or two well furnished rooms to gentlemen. Re-
ferences required. Warm and cold baths.
J to a gentleman and wife, with board; also a room
on the third floor to a single gntteman or lady, In a
private family. Please call at 42 First avenue.
duce their expenses two gentlemen and their wives
wish to obtain board, with fires, for which $17 per week
will be patd;.or they would take two furnished roeme at
a very moderate. price. Address Home, Herald office.
nished rooms, with board, where there are no other
o ardere, by addressing Mrs. A. C.,' Broadway Post Office.
Terms reasonable.
W infant, now one month old. Any respectable per-
son wishing to take' it to wet nurse for a moderate coin.
peniation, will please address ebox No. 148 Herald office.

tural appearance, Inserted, from a single tooth to
a complete set, wlthost springs or clasps aen, perfect
ease and comfort insured to the wearer. Complete nt
On fine gold. 60; full upper eL 30.
DR. JONAE, 7 Bleegikr street.

------------- |IMAWC ______
U00UUU Je-welry t., or bought to olh.
ates, ktoekm, bonds aand orgag s negotiated; real es-
tate bought, *Qa ,oid Sehlanasd. All businods striotty
eonodental. CL. SEWIAN, BRAITED & Co., Brokers,
U Jabhn street, err sr of Nasiseu.
O .d UUU Jei.jw As., or bought for eash.
0od y s nocki ooteso, mand n otgagas, bIlls of ex-
ehags, &c., egoalat Busnes confidential,
romp1 y eesuted; at No. 102 Nassau street, room aNo. 2.
OIOMSON & CO., brokers sld commlasslo merchant ts
l.i| C f -'~1 TO0 LOAN ON BONDS ANTD MORr-
pJLO..J,. gasges. Addiaess Uonoy,.post palid,
,. P21 Grsone street.

hbereby given, thlat a la inbLaLir, ot fifteen dollar
wil be palI on Each one toasan t uUllar t[ tiLe Stock of
iLe Si.te of Illinois, at the %offee of the subceribur;, on
and aher Mooday The tirst day of January neat The
payment on Old Cansal Bonds'.-ill be stampeJ on tie
Coupon of Jannary. 1647. The payment no Nep Canal, or Bonds ol 1847., will be stamped on the Coupoo
of July, 1649. WADSWORTH & SHELIDON,
.nlerest agLnts, 2_ Wall it.
O( diamonds, watches, jewelry, plat valuablt
and personal property, or bought lor hbjs;eset
prices. R. WOOD 69 Pulton street, second dfloor, front
room. from 9 A. Ml. to 4 P. M.
ne-br aravnue C.'-Oepoait, madl o0 or b.-Tro Lt-)
leech of Januairv re-11 .-4v;e inwretf irom the I1d
oijanuory. Interest, a usual, at ,X per cent per an
num 0o aums oi One ltiousand dollar. anl under. By
order. ANAREW MiLLS, PresUident.
jism..s L. Sri w.iti, Sscretarr.
York, De. 16, 1l154. D Ii.yi-nI or-i. -. Del..Jiiors
are hereby notified that sem, annual di ,d.ud, at Lhi.'
rate of eis per cent per annum, oo aLt siums of O 10-oneJ
under,Isnd ive per cent per annum on all sums over $500,
which shall have been deposittd at least threo months.
on the 1st day of January next, will'be paid to depoI-
tors on or after Monday, January 16. Interest not called
for will be carried to the credit of .lrpn.]-II.,r, princi-
cal. The bank is open daily for bhine.s fr.m I') A. M.
to 2P.' M., and from 6 to.7 P. M. at 51 Chambers st-ost,
cast of Broadway. JOSEPH STUART, President.
JocS MAeXMIo, Comptroller.
One i.o.r frum Gitenwich.-Open daily from 10 A.
Il. to I P. IS and 4 to7P.MK. Is0erestat therate of 6
,er cot aol, e.ed :.en all sums, from $1 to $500. Thefunds
of this institution are securely invested In bonds and
mortgages In the city of New York, worth double the
amount loaned, and in bends of this city.
W. M. POLjt, }.Vice Presidente.
3. 'f Yamsararm L. BrroNe, Secretary.

J A meeting of the bondholders of this company will
be held on Thursday next, the 21st inst., at the Astor
House, at 4 o'clock P.M., to receive the report of the
Commie appointed at a previous meeting, to make in-
vestigatIon into the affairs of said company. As matters
of importance will be submitted for their consideration,
a general attendance is requested.
sB. A. MITCHELL, Ch'n of Com.
watches, plate, pianofortes, dry goods, firearms,
furniture, or any other property at 304 Broadway, cor-
ner of Duane street, second floor, reom No. 9. The
strictest confidence and honor may be relied upon.
Branch office, 84 West Sixteenth street.
watches, jewelry, dry goods, segars, wines and
spirits, and personal property of every description, or
purchased. Business prompt, and confidential. Apply
to CASEY & CONLTEY, the Empire Loan and Agency Of-
fice, No. 128 Nassau street, opposite the Nassau Bank.

.I November 13 1864.
Sealed proposals 'will be received at this ofice until
10 o'clock A. M. o( the 20th of December next, for the
purchase of'$111,000 bonds issued by the State of North
arolina, under an act of Assembly for the construction
of the Weldon and Gaston railroad and for the improve
ment of the navigation of the Nense and Tar Rivers.
They art by express enactment exempted from taxation
for any purpose. They will bear date the 1st of July,
1864, will run ten years, and will have coupons at-
tached for the interest at six per cent per annum, pay.
able the first days of January and July in each y ear,
Both interest and principal will be payable at the Bank
of the Bepublic, in the city of New York, unless where
the purchaser prefers to have them payable at the Trea-
sntry dTthla State, Theywill be Issued in sums of $1,000C
Partiea bidding will please address their letters, en.
dormed "Proposals for Nsrth Carolina Stocks," to the
smdersigne, at Raleigh, N. 0C. They will also state in
what kind of funds they propose to pay. The bids wiN
be opened on the 20th of December next, in the presence
of the Governor Secretary and Comptroiler of the Stats,
and G. W. Mrdecai, President of the Bank of the State
ef North Carolinaw The undersigned reserves the ri-th,
of accepting suclh bids, in whole or in part, as he maj
item most advantagaous to the State. Successful bid
.Ilrs will be required, as soon as informed of the ae-
captsoce of tbeir bids, to depesit iu bank the amount oi
their bids, with the accrued Interest from the lat oh
July last, to the credit of the Treasurer of North Caro.
Pna. This deltnltmay be made in. the Bank of the Re.
riblic, New Ytrk, tibe Bank of the State of North Caro.
,inn, or the Rant of Cape Fear, Raleigh. Dooume-te
Itho.siig i-. g, tt re.soore, of tire SEato, and the sma'
iMOulnt oi h-r iDe- l;.B ead m osy be bia on appl|I-tior
r 'tle .,hf', oo- to lesira B-own and De Rossett. 4it-
if ',e Vo.k. D V. COURTS,
Pnbhc I re sur-rt of North Carolin

Sto let immediately, and the remainder pn thelst
o! May next. This is a desirable location, it biing'a few
doors cast of Broadway. Croton weter and gas through-
out. The front basement is an excellent office for a phy-
sician. Inquire at 31 Bond street.
l small genteel house in one of the finest streets irn
the upper pert of the city; in elegant order; recently
pointed and papered; furniture new throughout, and
will be sold for $800. A chance seldom met with to step
into a fine house every way complete. Apply to E. B.
KIKSH1MER, 310 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 A.M. anl
3 to 7 P.M.
thirdnand kitchen floors of the English basement
house, 362 Fourth avenue, entrance in Twcnty-fifth
street for the board'of the occupant of the lower part,
-or for a very low rent. Call at I0 A. l or 5 P M.L
south' side, between Sixth and Seventh avenues,
suitable for a7eal yard or for other purposes. Apply at
167 Broadway, room No. 14.
S dwelling house 489 Hudson street, consisting of
two parlors, with tea room anuexed, two bedrooms,
kitchen, cellar, wqod house and the u so of bath room,
gas, &c. Possessidn can be given immediately. For par-
ticulars inquire at 43 Front street, or at 112 West
Thirty-fourth street.
the Frith ward, near Broadway, furnished or unfur.
wished. Address Rent, Broadway Post Office.

Twenty-eighth street, with back room, gas fixtures,
&a., complete, and Croton water on the floor. Rent $20
per coouth. Apply at the Broadway Land Office, 1,110
roadway. N. B,-Real estate for sale or exchange. *
a very desirable location, within a few minutes
walk of the ferry. To a small family and desirable
tenant the teuns will be easy. References given and ro-
( sired. Address box 2,016 Post Office, New York.
.. Broadway, to let. Inquire at '49 East Broadway
L Dey street, well* located for business. Rent low.
Possession givp Immediately. Inquire on the premises
way lofts, Broadway offices Broadway workshops
Broadway basement, and Broadway salesrooms, at as
high or as low a rent as the public may think proper to
pay. Supply to govern demand. Apply to GEORGE P.
FOX 821 (331% Texas), and 333 Broadway.
Bethune street, to a small family-without children
The apartments consist of two rooms with marble
mantles, and two bedrooms on one floor, back basemen,
and use of under cellar; to a suitable tenant, it will be
let veryreasonable. Inquire as abovo.
able and commodious house, containing sixteen
rooms, with gas throughout, and conveniently arranged
with water, &c. For particulars apply at 183 South
street, New York, or to FOSTER & LOPER, No. 4 Sands
street, Brooklyn.
floor, over the store-suitable for two single gentle-
men, or a gentleman and wife, or business office. Fur-
nished if required. Rent low. Apply up stairs.
.' story house With verandahs in front, near Fourth
avenue, in East 'wenty-fourth street. The house Isin
elegant order, recently papered and painted. Part or the
whole of the furniture (amount about $800) can be pur-
chlased if wanted. Rent $650.
E. B. KINSHIMR, 319 Fourth avenue.

way, eornoer White street, now open:-The under-
signed would most respectfully announce to his friends
and the public generally that he has leased the above
place for tterm of years and refitted it In a most gor-
geous style, and he intends it shall he kept In a manner
unsurpassedby any place in ew York, where all the
chokiedelloies of the season can be found at all hours
and on the most reasonable term. A. L, THAYER;,
Proprietor, fromBoston.

S COAL, &Go.
land equal to Liverpool for family use, and also
fine for blackimitb's wr-, for sale low; also red ash an.
white ash coal at the lowest rates. Apply to LEDS &
TrOTTER, 4381sth avenue, betwmea Taeent/.-sixth aud
Twe[ty seventh sreests


toal prte of theboone, 0ant;OrohetraArm
a ,1I; rivateBoxKMl. D eereera at *M; t
osmoes at 7M o'clock.
Secured seats dalffy, from 8 A. M Mtill i5 P. M., withegt
extra charge.
on which o tslon she will appear In THREE OPERAS.
M'ile NAU e Zerl~a, ti THE SYREN.
M'le. NAU as Amnle, n THE SON'NAMBULA.
Mr. St Alb.i as CaogarJo Soopeito, and Elvino.
Mr. 1Iing as CoL Ashton, Bolbaya, and Count R.,dolpb.
Mr Horneaalle at Ra)mond, Duki Popoli. anl Alesslio
Mr. Harris.n as Sip;o. MIsL Bnrenti a Lira.
Musical Dirf'otor....... .1r. Thomas Baker
plimentary TaiST,moIa[l to Mornli Barnett, E'q.,
utLhor f "'he ,.riodas Family," who will make leS
frt appir[,.urace in New Voru as
Io his own piece of (hat name.
]'he comed.v of THE SERIOUS FA.IMILY wall be pLayed-
Sleek, Mir Burt,,u; CopLan UMagore Mr .Jor.iao, Tor-
rt'se. Mr. Fibhber, Lady Creaml.'y, Mrs. Hlrghe., Mrs.
Delmaine, Mi.s Raymond.
With, first time, the magical drama of
'M. Jacquesa, Mr Morri Barnett, S'.,quonce, Mr. An-
drews; Vivrd, Mr. larchant Nina, Miss Raymond. '
Mr. Earnedt ill sing the original ballad of "Te-mor-
Ticonrlundl with the farce of A BLIGHTED BEING.
Tuesday-The two great New York plays of
the attraction of which continues unabated; and the local
I. P. Waldron;Stage Manager Robert Jonea.-Prices
of Adminlston-Boxee, 25 cents; Pit and Galley, 12%
cents; Priate Boxes, 15.
MONDAYs EvMma, DNo. 18.
Margaretta 01inza and her sister Caroline in their wonu
derful ascent on the Tight Rope.

'brated and popular Amer(cau actor, Mr. J. R
Scott. Monday, December 18-Afternoon, at 3, QUITE
7%, VIRGINIUS-Virginius, J. R. Scott; Iciliua, C. W.
Olarke; Dentatus, Hadaway; Virginia, Miss Mestayer.
Admittance to all, 256 cents; children under ten, 12%
cents. National Poultry Show, premiums $500, Jan.
15, 1566. National Baby Show, premiums $1,000, June
% O-O ,'_i1- VAJtWrnEe. MECHA'HNIiS' HRLL, ;-2
' Broadway, tauove Grand.t eiro.)
HI. Wood................................Manager, Ac.
by some of the
H. WOOD, though the first to introduce white charac-
ters into an Ethiopian entertainment, deems it not out
of place to call the attention of his patrons and the pub-
lic generally to the fact, that at the above Hall may be
seen the sunshine and shade of the Darkey's life, Inter-
epersed with
Mr. Wood, at the request of a number of heads of fa-
milies, has effected an engagement with the wonderful
Signor Felix Carlo and his talented children, who will
produce several novelties in rapid succession.
Monday evening, an entirely new comic pantomime,
Principal characters ...... by..... Carlo and his children
Tickets ..........................................2 ceB
Doors open at 06%; to commence at 7% precisely.
under the control of
H. WOOD, Business Manager.
GEO. CHRISTY, Stage Manager.
Africanized by the most accomplished company in the
This week, the favorite musical burlesque of
Julius Crow ........................... : leorge Christy
Highflyer...............................S. A. Wells
Doors open at 5% o'clock; to commence at 7% precisely.
tette Soiree, the second of the fifth season, will
take place at Eodworth's Academy, 806 Broadway, on
Tuesday, December 19. See small bills
The management takes great pleasure in announcing
that arrangements have been completed for the re-ap-
pearance of the above named distinguished troupe of
whose former success in this city, and more recent
triumphs, in Philadelphia and Boston, are without
parallel in the history of Euglish Opera. Their re-ea-
gagement at the Breadway Theatre will commence on
in the favorite Opera of
During the ensuing Operatic season, a number of en-
tire4y new, as wtll as a few of the already established
favorite Opetris, will be produced on a scales of magnifi-
cence and liberality, in regard to accessories, Chorua.
Orchestra, Scenery and Costumes, never surpassed.
Box book will open on Saturday morning, December 18
when seats may be secured three days in advance.
thol:s drama of "Young America's Dream, or a
Discursory Intervie* between the Spirits of Liberty,
Tyranny, and a Citize of tte World," will be read by
the author, Prof. Philip Thorp, at Hope Chapel, on Mon-
day evening, Dmc. 18, aud every evening during-the week.
Vocal and instrumental music in attendance. Admis-
sion, 25 cents. "Young America" is published by
ABBE & YATES. 22 Beekman street.
MP8 ICAI. L, _.,_
S city makers, in plain and fancy cases, from six to
seven octaves, with orders to sell at a great reduction
from the factory price, for cash; fully warranted. Also,
an assortment of second-hand pianos, at great bargains,
from $60 to $150. Pianos of our own manufacture con-
stantly on hand. Apply at the manufactory and ware-
292 Bowery, near Houston street.


S 0 ances werelost by,/or stolen from, one of
our clerks in Wall street, tits afternoon, viz., three
crafts numbered respectively 2.3869, 2,3"0 and'2,371,'dated
New Orleans, Nov. 11, 1854, drawn by Juan Y. De Egana
on, and accepted by P. Harmony's Nephews & Co., pay-
able sixty days after sight to Samuel C. Bell, cashier,
and accepted Nov. 18, 1854 for ten thousand dollars each.
Their payment has been stopped-all persons are hereby
cautioned against negotiating them. The above rowalrd
will be paid upon their delivery to us. New York, Dec.
10, 1864. [ M. MORGAN & ION, 64 Wall street.
$J1.0 pay the above reward for such Information
as will lead to the detection and conviction of the per-
son wh3 entered and robbed her house, on the night of
Saturday, December 9th, and the recovery of the money
and property, or in proportion for any part thereof.
Mrs. 0. GAFNEY, 124 Sheriff street.
J pin, set in blue enamel, while returning from
the Academy of Music, up Fourth avenue. The finder
will receive the above reward and the thanks of the
owner by leaving it at the office of S. & S., 72 Beaver
- street, up stairs.
1l0. by mistake from the Merry Batchelors' Ball,
lSud street. The sleeves were lined with rod, skirts
lined with black silk. The above reward will be paid by
leaving the coat at 688 Broadway.-
a black Newfoendland dog' long white hair os
cest, feet and tip of tail; answers "Nep." The finder will
receive the aLovo reward by returning him to 737 Broad-
way, opposite Astor Place.
the store of the subscribers was broken into and '
robbed of a large amount of silks, satins, velvets, blond
laces, &c. A reward of twenty-five per cent will be
paid, on a fair valuation, for all goods returnedi also
t$100 for the arrest and conviction of the thief or thieves.
GEO. SLOANE & CO., 250 Hudson street.
if.J gold pencil, Ranch's patent extension case,
with a tiger's head, and the inscription, "JulinusC.
Krochl, from lils friends, Crystal Palace, N. Y." The
finder will receive the above reward at No. 4 Broad
street, room No, 8.
CLOYJ*iN so.

553 sending your winter clothing to be handsome-
ly cleaned, dyed, altered or repaired with collars, linings,
buttons, &., at short notice, you can save many dol-
lars these hard times. Economy is the order of the day.
Articles made new in appearance, by A. CORTISOS. Ob-
serve the number, 633 Pearl street.
O U0JU who want their clothes to look like new.
o10latthe tailoring, cleaning, dyeing and repairing ex.
tab lithment, at 883 Pearl street, where you can get
plithb, tar, grease and'paint taken out without any inju
ty to your clothes, by J. B. NOAH, 883 Pearl street
any cast-off clothing to dispose of, can obtain a fair
rice for the ame, by sending, by post or otherwise, for
BS ANTER, 406 Broadway, up stairs.
antd the South an-I West, via Jersy City Mail and
sxpres linse.-Lesve New York at 8 and 10 "A M anid
4and OP M Fare. $2b in 4, and 3 in 8 and 10 A M
and 6 P. M.;second class, 326min 10, at 12 H., at 32
stopping at all way stations Through tickets seld for
Cincinnati and the West, and for Ilaltimors,Washington,
Norfolk. &c sad through baggage ohe ed to Washing-
ggagchlecked to Was'
ton in 8 and 10 A. M and t P. M.
An owner is nate-i, at this office, for a roll ot
bank bills. found n Hudson street also for one gatenr,
sluposed to have been stoleu dEO. %V. MATYSELL,
Chief of Poltce.

_____* AN VS'/wasfrrs.___
_miee.-Dnmopenat OX; -uanse at 7 'Gloax&
Moey *, Dan. 18. w allbe performed
Fra lal...... .......Mr. HarrIso
Glacomo...... ................. Mr. Bra
ppo. .. ...........".Mr. Mver
'"C... .............. ................ Mr. R seave
Zerlirna '........... ......... u.... MrLWhsia
A 1.n h ** .. .. ......... ........... MLS LOulia PyH
Lad. ALcai... .. ......... Mi sPyn
Irs D Dens .. MI.Ml i.F Henrv an i Pricem
V j' reo'ne stre.- MonJday eBvning, Be is,
M n Bouret ...Mr Blake I Louis XV ..... .t tesv,'t
The .'oaot'.lt Cbevraex ............. ......Mr Trer
De Pomoau.... .Mi. Lester I [hlrs ... MAla Res Bennett
V ctor St. Clair.. Mr BLanu I Cecile.......Mrs. Stepbhe
Gerald Fitr Maurice ................... tr Brogia .
Clover......... Mr. Dyott I Agnes.......M...Brs. Hey
Savage....... Air Stltwart Lacy.. r..... ea. Cem

llrMooLUjT&W THtMIME.-HEN- r wHIS",
jlProprieter; Edward Eddy, Mansager.-D-ae ope
at 6OM; certain rises at? 7 o'clock.
Monday eenaing, Dec. 18, will be performed
Schamyl.................................Mr. AnaieraM
Ge.rge Ambrose.............................Mr. Edf
rT ece ...........Mr. Prior PrInces .....Mis M. Jonas
Mxiad..........AMr. Canoll i Olga..........Mrs. Jordmn
Bumohtrdog... Mr. Jordan I Alesrina..... Mrs. Arobbeld
Orsuta....... Mr. Langd.m Ziluka........ Mids Daw M
Kalouzon ........Mr. Tozer trino...... Mrs. Brelaird
Klillemet .......Mr. Boniface Zefons...... Miss Woodwsl

consisting of the best Negro Melodiesi, Banjo New,
Duets. Plantation Jigs, Fancy Dances, &e., &A., sad
very pr-pular Falry Opera,
in two s-. rl'h plenDid i clcnery, cbhnges.,dmrese e.'
.%.. InLr,'.dar:ig all the blaojtifal ielded uf the pieoe.
'.ncetrt csmmence. at 71j o'clock.. Tickets, *a6 aetk;
reseired sbdat, 6(' entiL.
.. trti |iroluoce, on Monday eveoen;j to ttorTOsif, thi
iua.giele' t.!.prateR. eTivega j 0a or
'..tb S.riueirnl iUl'e, neW S ',nery., dir..s, tricka, c.
Mis6 HerfuO i firet afpearaucee as IOUns[ Anna.
Warden in the gret charoeter of Leper-.ll).
Boyd, the inimlrtbl, M(imus, a> Don Guzmanm
Enrigem.mnt, i..r a limntdl p..r..d, o Mr i. P Line, the
cbalor.,,i.e j.0 ,l.,
The entire company will appear each evening in an
Songs, Chorussees, Solos, Duetts, Jigs, Fancy Dances, Ac.
Doors open at 0%; commence at TY, o'clock. Cards of
admission, 25 cents.
Issued in connection with the Mirror of North li and FuSt
America, now in Boston, will for the present, by special
arrangement, admit four persons each to
60,000 of these tickets already sold.
Only 40,000 more to sell'
To be-obtained from 9 A. M. to 9 P. I., at 663 Broad-
way. Each purchaser of one of these tickets will be
presented with a certificate of share in the
100,000 Valuable and Costly Articles
donated by'Mr. Perham to his patrons.
forms the public that his benefit will take place
on Wednesday evening next, December 20. Box book
now open.
W delighted audiences to witness Mr. Lester's new
comedy of TWO TO ONE,
ano]d Mr. O'Brieu's ucce,;.fol p;toe of
TLE-y ,Ill be epeatrel, with other enterta.nmets,,
31ONiAY, 16iH-f-iETDAY, lt li--WEDNE[)AY,2.OTH.
of powerful'interest and peculiar construction, is in pre-
Wednesday evening, Dec 20.-An immense bil,
viz.:-TOWN AND COUNTRY; Dancing, by Nr1A WAlls
THE WANDERING MINSTREL; Singing, by M_ s Hifert
and Mr. Dnnm andto conclude with PAUL JONES, THE
PILOT OF THE GERMAN OCEAN. Box book now open.

Assembly Rooms, 361 Broome street, near Bowery.
SUNDAY EvsrmrG, DcErmosn 17,
will lecture on "The Philosaphy of Reform."
During the evening, plenty of good music and singing
Ticket of admissioun...................One shilling each.
To commence att% o'clock precisely.
N. B.-On Sunday evening, December 24, Augustine
Duganne, Esq,, will read an original poem.
I Mexico.-Since her appearance at Stuyvesant In-
stitute, this mysterious being has.been visited by five
hundred persons. Dr. Mott's extraordinary epistle con-.
firming her duality astounds the scientific world. Ladies
are delighted with her affability and sweet voice. The
Troglodytt "%f ancient days is recognized in La Muger
Osa. Admission, 25 cents.
i Egyptian antiquities numbering, upwards of at
thousand objects-the most popular, attractive, and in-
structive exhibition in the city-is open day and even-
isg, at the Stuyvesant Institute, 659 Broadway.

JL tico.-The above establishment has been removed to
the above premises, during extensive alterations at No.
53 Bowery. which will shortly be completed. Strangers
and others will remember that the above is .the oniy
place where the "model artistes" are exhibited.

spectfully announces to the citizens of New York
that it is his intentions. to receive as pupils any gentle-
men wishing for instrdution in the dramatic art. Lea-*
gons also given on the violin. For particular ,apply to
Mr. Fisher, at his residence, 108 Leonard street east ot

A at No. 8 Ann, an entrance' 149 Fulton
street; eight tables corner of Pineapple and Fultk
streetss, Brooklyn. Among which are the. celebrateS
Washington table and the elegant carved rosewood tk7
ble that received the first premium at the World's Fer.
Fourteen tables at 169 akesnut street, Philadelphia, a&
of metal, slate and marble with Basefoed's patent ae
and rubber cushions. Tables, halls, cues cue points
cloths, &o., for sale as above, ane at the factory, 63 an
66 Centre street. Two second hnd tables, good a new,

and Supplies, December 13, 1864-To Contractors.
-Secaled proposals will be received at the office of the
Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies, No. 3 City Ha%
basement, until Saturday, December 23, 1854, at It
o'clockM.,,at which time they willjbe opened, in accord-
ance with the amended charter of 1853, for the paving
of Chatham street, Bowery Fourth avenue, around
Union square, to connect with the Russ pavement, with
granite block pavement, better known as the Belglaa
pavement. All information in regard thereto can be had
at the office of the Commissioner of Repairs and Sup-
plies, No. 3 City Hall, basement. Blank estimates caa
be had at the above office. N. B.-The Commlssioaer re-
serves the right to reject all or any of the estimates if
deemed for the interest of the Corporation.
Comnmssioner of Repairs and Supplies.
l posals for supphes of beef, mutton, &c., for the
Em grant Refuge and Hospital at Ward's Island, and tk*
Marine Hocpital Staten Island, will be received by the
Commissioners of Emigration, at their office, No. 76
Franklin street, (where blank forms of proposals may
1, had until Wednesday next, the 10th inst.) The Com-
m.ssioners reserve to themselves the right to reject Buck
proposals as may be deemed not for the interstate of the
Institutions. .


J Adviser and Marriage Guide, 11th edition, 4M
pag c, cloth, 75 engravings. -Sold at 222 Broadway, aNA:
mall 'ree for $1, by the author, M. Larmont physicista
sand B.>,'epn, No. 42 Reade street, corner of Bradwra
where he I consulted from 11 A. M. to i P. ., ant 6 *
9 in the evening, Sundays excepted. N. B.-Not thi
drug store. Patients treated by mall or express. Ad-
dress all letters box 844 New York Post Office. We con-
cair ath all other papers in recommending Dr. Lamronk
to the aflilcted.-Courier desEutt iamn, Stats Zeltung,s.
vial, and a book. Cures in a few houns; nouthia
ese can aolt. No. 60 Canal street, one door east a
Broadway, Is the place to et this rapid and thorow.
remedy-no where el"se in ew York. Cures warrt
or no pay.
partnership with Dr. Ward,) can be consulted $
.No. .,)' anal street, one door east of Broadway, daily.
Dr. Powers' ,-male periodical pilb, and other medicine
for female derangements, price SI. Post paidJletier wfol
receive immediate attention.
sourgeon, from London), for the information of hil
Euroan friends arriving in thins country, andotherk
his chief conut]g rooms are at the St Nicholas HoteL
98Spring street. The Bsron'tnucceees in his medaist
and surgical practice are unequalled.
sulted.-Twenty-two years in one apeciality ea-
bles Dr. J3 to oure such cases as have baffled those les
experienced than himself. COstatlutional weaknMss
effectually cured, without the use of any'delecterioa
to the eltisens of New York may be eonsatJll e
ith corefidence as usual, at his old office, where U 11who
have suffemed from the maltreatment of pretenaders eW
rely on 11ehi honorably treated.
Duane street, may be onasulted with confidenos
on diseases. Twenty.three years ma one sMctalltsemda
blhi him to guarantee permankt autma. N. -Dr. l. a-
l a member ot the New York Unrvrsiaty. See hs
P'ess ia hil ofce.0

NoUe. o r Nsew i blieMtoUoM. Anstgria ba secured Limbardy retained Huary. : 6e like spring than winter. Pentvants Avemue,
TheNoirBarrim-r'-v .-w-Amorieun edition-- ocoCUpied the PrIbpaltte-and yet baher astate.- oar Broadway, i daily alive it promeanuders
Ileard Scott & Co. T lo November number of mee Wa that "no castu belii bad yet occurred be- itranrg sad residents, dashing men and
o dut weon her and R um a ad that he ,l wait ti enow a dnd thet'nra pretty woman. aexW peo t lively
atie able oondr telgetd it i-odr'eva contaMin meni gee the result of our attempt against Sebastopol." times in the fashionable world after New Years.
Mrticles of sterling merit. 'i-review of Milman's When that stronghold ban been tsklun. and wbe NeLli.
Hitaory of atina Otr.,imnity, while It exposes Nicholas iseffetualy and Irre:ovmblrY beaten WASINGTON, D 15,1864.
some defects In tel.. 1m of that valuable wor, willthean, probably, take heart of grade to ki.k the Af in Cgra-Th o l S -T
pay aua trbue ~ t. ,t..n iueehprostrate b~er, and ask for .Mol~laf Ia andt Wauiacha .41.111i,' i s el'Yi--Te COJlI a Itiamaras-The
a &jut tribute to the intent research and Coa- as the fee of her signal services. new Governor of Utah, 4..
Solentious care wbih tt e author hs bestowed on HAL'S JORsAL, OF HBALTB for December eon- The capital of. the United States is again beoom-
the general treatment sit,1,t1 1 l3ot. The following tuano a great variety of popularly written and inter- log the theatre of fritghtful agitation-of angry
deduction of the revti r )im the descriptionB eting mAtter bearing on sanitary questions. The and turbulent debate. Fanaticism has again raised
given by Bede of the n tt pAt which the Irish great value of this publication Is, that while it treats its bjdraead, and threatens, by Its eauly appear'
menkls played inthe ge1uii Latin misdon, deserves all the aunbjeots which It takes in hand with a full an.Ce in the halls of Congress, to oswame much of
to be quoted for t 4i.,ILI, contrs.ilction whioh it cIentifcls appreciation or them, It eschews as nuoh its valuable time which should be devoted to the
presents to the r61e eaeaira by the Irish priesthod as possible ihe teobnicallVt'e which render medical great Intrests of thie people. Mr. Mae,of Indian%,
In the present day:- oks untintelligible to t'e general reader. baking applied the battery and galvanized the corpse
It It one of the m .1- -i. 1 fats of history that Poo0's POCKET MAP of all the railways. finished into newness of life, Mr. Stephens, op Oeorgia, the
these Irishmen, W. U ov-r log Englauand eand caflolahed,ln the United States and Canada, Joth Bandolph of the present Congress, Ia fine
GermanyInth-iro- -.," ` t, uloimptway, With-
Out 9o0 exion with ItR n.. .y h etrarhicalt pro- will be fund of grae. utility for the purpose of Qi ,Utio style, attacked and demolished the phau.
tetelon', were drl eu ... .J t:eir missitonary i91 portable reference. Itis tbebad at the office of torn, knocked it into a nonentity, not leaving a
tiemtuls by Rimaltr..' iz*hmeo, Wilfred and the Rat rond Jwnial, In Spruce street. gin.e spot of it. Bat, unlucky day another Rich-
BooifaCe. h fir.,rv,- "' S Ir~tl eashreligious
.-life wre. depend. ', ,',.,s Ieisde roliylIa Gor., LAD'S BOOK for January Is already ad-. mond In the field; andHr. CampbeU of Ohio, wig,
ti-pjpal: while Ru, r.I Ir itey and .a iintoar vertised, and, judging from its programnme of con- by the powers of his Imagination, and the beauties
of the faith to tie '. ,*."I -Ua EiglOi.Iaua. tents, promises t surpass, in vari ety and interest, of his oratory, creates anew the man of straw, fights
o Whit.Eng b rladd r,,-. I "'it Iiiirsts.iest 's i, '
O 'r~f ^ r' Ctr;aiy$p I dutr I'raland h i any Ofi~ 'dp16cessr. the battle o'er again, and comes off~jnore thin
Only reorived oat -. r : i, d oUtlitil asarr- We are indebted to Mr. Clayton for a complete conqueror-but all for Buicomnbe. And I would
tude. Aball ofP., .4'- .-ilaed nor to Haner set of his excellently arranged Diaries for the new snggsbt the business of the nation be first at
It., and laid fle r ,,.ru' Ll 'l' br miseries. YetyearCopingteqa to t a,,d;e i tended to
nowl "eld tr. -'. .'riendsE laod the year, coprisg the qrto ctivo ani daoec t ended the nation ps, the fiddler, and let
lhesartatenemyrf.- r.L P-. y. IPn and Eoglish sizes, and the Pocketand Miniature Di ,ie., all of the dance come f afterward. Qa. ere-I ..n tha
misaloarles tl l ',. '% otuer all- oer ticV whaih wilube found nvaluablefor the several put- sEri, -es Irf somrq Bd ors bia l pa i ,reahn te
wirld. but. the s'd Fe-11,e o;alld; the Irish are sevv f o r erabl ucoai h
ight'n f r the a.d a rf. l; 'he Esh. t ae sfor whtih they are destined. They are asoto pas 60 per cent should be laid oua ie ta bl fo'r the
the supremacy oP i,. i..;i, .d fior relio I- he h id vit:,i dates, soasto be suitable for any P .r weet.da Isoke.o r
berey.n er .-in my letter of Wedneday, I spokeoi the rumor
i. .. .... tha i one of the belligerent powers of Enaiope had
The article on Men .' r .:.l>, El .c'.o-Biol.- we lIve received copies of the decisions of made propositions to purchase the Coldls line of
gy &c., gives aU -. LLI d" eaLnI Jndgcs EBous ad H,,fm-ir in t. o Inda Rubber o ear ttesmers. It was said here that this ruoor
tion4 o -- t me u o te modem cises a, ni in tte fraurdulbt issue of the New York bad been labiated to effect Cooogra.slooal leglela-
hito s mao m l which havI mysti r N Haven ailroa Con. y' .to. Both upo a pending appropriation bI, but having
p 3~hhave mysti "N-w Hav"n mere proper Ilnquiries idto the facts, I am now sit-
tifled and turned tb.0 .'r:nq of so maay-weak- these d'cilonas we te published immediately after lbfied the Emperor of Fraace reely desires tie
ml3di ar, n snup1ir'. .a p o To the oreltlois they wete delivered by the respective Judges who stemers As cruisers, and has mide proposations for
Is a -h ttels b... ,' .I. .. Ao, be-entl-y pronounced Vtm, in the Nrw Yoc HERLD, with their purchase. With soch oralsej what Vessels
tis,'i-ry, buat It i ... t. .4,11 ev to s'Ike PproritsemarkiAnd as there, is no novelty In couldhe not runadorn and capture? Or, on the
eatis~s' ry, bu~t na, ,- ;t ', e".u to s'oke e ollarhatd, vvtveft,-v,.,.uld %t*I* them ,on thi
their faith m th-,.: i 'ieare.u, aidt di-. thtm now, tl tbat vIe have (I add istthatthey can o.:sa", if they chose t' lkmp gt ofs hen's w ity?
rect their inqoir all .ruth othe proper be round form.Eventhe shortalght.-das of our preont diqt'o-
"-ebyp Pl Pd ipaphl"t form ....uedPostMaster U t,' ,.vili .iotsufler him Eo
reet t Lr nln a ., -, -uthil the proper be found lo p~mphletfto rn n~~mo ^ o o^
qah rtIr:- .y. .p Our nWa-lihia oi Corrspoiiilence. lose theseO steamers t.. ouir grv.'rLaoMt. par ti :n "rly
Thproeoe ywhna ,.uIii I'appi apro- t wr. n I sri a crisis when welinoil 'jIo moment they In ty
dunce r. sbp+r- rfe,,'; ,.,_.-ei od-erilded W ASn.oTODe.i 1.4,1B5.. be'requixedto pio'ect'. (.- c,mmerce, Our ciai a
byDr. Schifr'fFih i FtkTirtii,.,r-i Laine. He '.d no esfcs: hBu, -71 S'tephens o[ Georgia d Camprbd our cities from foreig invaso.
tied that the rap, I.r "--do3 rrim tIe hboey -f a iof OhIio-Chanee for a.-Slavery Agitaiion-Bils In'therepot of the SecretaryofWar he speaks
young girl who wa, u, ri .iir. the p rt of a mge- j of natr Johnson and S uator Chase-The of United States troops destiret for Califonia, and
dlumEatd he s'io,;-'-i-d ,. -aoii tra'.i, lWri- e e r. ", ,Wahis winteing in tle Salt Lake Valley, (Utah). These
Mentally that a sin, lr ... i,-i.d he pro l- i t n i o, e. titroops are under the command of Col. Steptoe, of
the repeated displ.Ai! I..L .,' '..e tn ifln of' '.j pa- It having been rumored about town this morning the United States Army, who is to receive, the ap- Ingnms mn-c I I i a b Li wi,-i it that Hon. Alexauder H. Stephens ,fGorg-a,would, pointment,lfr.Wor botrue, as Goveroor of Utah.
slldes in passing boir,,-.',,ui .-tnDai meoli. Dr. Dth .. Cn it be possib that the administration sowa
SOd, in.-eed, succee d I r .1 r in, aup non Iin ilf entertain the House with his vie" upon Southern. nibe llas o be thtus coamnellad to smsgle
eR,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ani'euce i .UUOainef. ....ed imbect~eas to be thus compelled to smuggle
the ve'samesounnJ ,'r: ni.hal ncarAd Iro.m the doctrines today, all the galleries were occupied troopsinto one of the Territories inordertoenforce
spirit rapper. tW.,j hi i ,rii t eiei[ti1 in 'Wiale with visitors before the hour of theopening of the adnue execution of the law ? Hadnot theHonora-
thieurdoneofr h *.h ni. aoguis slides is'eeble session. Mr Stephenshag a reputation as a debater ble Seeretary of War courage and indoepena.aenc.
or relauid the seouL! ., re tiLly produord; sAd ti "" .Bnenoughto arrarga ard locate te millitfy.r fo.,c3
Dr. BSchifl has show .L. ina 1oiona mIty be made not surpasEed by any member of the present Con- without resorting to stratagem? "I ot, then lnd o.l
without any apprec:'t'l: _I.oIBU In the fooL When gpess. After the formula of opening, Mr. Stephers are tnese the degenerate days of thi Republic, and
the litlaetoe presses ipCi. tie exteLrnail maleolo-i, claimed the floor, and for an hour fixed upon him- we have fallen on evil times. Oar Mormon friends
where tae noise it produce,. the alternating and re- the attention of i ... his e r will think themselves rather over-rea ihed by our
peated displacemet-t of -v tendon having a ve-y .. .r M ,- Yankee President, when they wake up some morn-
brisk mg:ion of a-mnt .n' ud di-neat, is very distinct ber of the Honse gathered Is fritoftheS eaker'as ing snd find a new Governor in the chair of Brig-
lyfelt. After Dr. Sihilfl, uemaoir bad bon read at cheirfor the better hearing of tho orator, and si- ham Young-and one, too, ready backed by the
the Academyof Soienm. hAo mile theiexperiment gently istne., catch e .ver word that feal from-his mil'tsy arm of the governmeLt to enforce Uhis oTi
at the reque o f Lae ina'.,-ra, and tis sound was .nR .. . cw .. a eial decrees. E.
dIsaincVi, hEardat t!Ie St:: .o; ofTv-rsyardi uich- ps. I,. SLtE ve, a EpokO ably and to thep point, de1 6
out any motion beingobs-:vw d In the feett" fending the South fro-n all harges agabla her by The LessonhofBarnunm'e s b.
As to the voli-itary t:ci. ep, shich are frequently Northern representatlras. The effort Ws worthyof i this Countr y,. ..teperhae a t a uIn a q oer,
brought in as auxiliary ae; -. in nhe oxhibitous of the member from Georgia, arid Lhbe rupuritalli1r hahs MocerIs is rega,;di m.-9 tr.I0tailof (otlb, and .,- tm
thespiritusalists, the fll-z* -i-U aathenti.ated long enjoyed of being a man of eloquence aud ii t'he emb.el'iment aud imipirsuenaion of n u.,csia.
fat will show what tie 1 will oy cfl-.t over the powerin thenation'sconcmaelwas by his speooh of r i'.l tIg poorand s,-.,,e uilas rapidly m.e
a cim 'tly fyrh aiLd Lvery famois. As anrural
tWl fianctoBa when a xer tudar catan con- tody sustaied. Mr. Stepseasnaxapeakjris en- co-eqiuenc" be is w.'-Pbed,adm r ,d anulenviedby
dtions :- tirely dependent upon his intellect and WIrhat he hurdiEds ol tbouua ,is who aie as pcjr a he was,
The condition of tri L , -a be inodieal by snp- ssas for whatever effect be may seek to pro- And boaaReAxlanaius to h asd riit, as ite Yoeg
pressing the respiralii ., t.d ilxig the mind; ad -duos. In appearance he is far fwn beingai metta. e Lpo illy-tha'. vdt ari-y of oar Amnatricin
we cannot convey a Liett.- i ar it than by gving, s being a youtnlhjuat entering ip-an setcivo life, aa.l embra:-lon
after Dr. Cheyneo t Deblii tjpfu luwing accn n'. 01 five,, and his geti,:nlstlon i s awkward and morecf intellect, orf Intl lipeue, of ao.lveeneriy
thecaseofColonel rmowaibu1a.i. Bith, agentleman, inappropriate Weiriu. Lis hairstraight down aniekrjrise thun can Nb [,und perhpq elasewhire
ofta bigh and ChritsiBch i.iloter:- over Lis forhead, low in stature, sharp in festuris, ian the wold-lok to Bia-11i .13wldb cf,'r wonder
0Colonel Townsend Ld aie or expire when he aidhavring a igh ohiek boned fa-,e, hbe looks mi. achieved? Tow hatqhs lur"nroilerctoer-- wben
pleaded; a.d yet byan .&I.rU.. or somehow, ha oamid likeaYaolie Ban Slickthen a S6utro abomasefa:rltlesiit dao'a Mr. Du:i ut hi wi,.
orns to life atn. a -.r'ud to mi upm ar His ice Iskartps with ortO 01 a od, cl.rdied ten iFfi n iL l in r Cdr t. s.;;iJy i i...rrastiona
seeing the trial maede,th we ivereat ILet fiiroel tone, if I may so spoak, s :omthnl like we ne hagn oarTi ed stsp bysr tpi- h3,stcryof hsoc-
tocomply. We all tueef Lt itis poase first; It w, tmay Judge the voie of Jubn RaulOph of RI Inoke. reer, pointing out, for t'e amuement of the cu-ions
distinct, though s-tmi aib tmnre&ISy, aid hs lnrtt to hive b ,i-rc, hom '.hto.ry, and tbs report of his and tno inst, action of the rnamitious. ti pith by
had its usual hnt r ig. H, ojium sed him cortcmporar,.;. fbOh'3 wh) h i- l.'u I the tLwo wich le rasiLsen fiom 0t;..'i tw Leaitm. aad frt,'
WYf (n his back, a-2j lAy in a 'still pwsi- onPveas .libresncr[ymn:'u romemh7e-.,ll f;isnoki ; obscuritetlo cOnsanudfIo i'mfl:!..v. (i) rorurso'he
^n ?r~ ^i B^,p~il- moii,c*s pra.raB.5~-nlI^irn olistwiritsto coion'nrouog i4)!.-- ; courai *ha
tion fr somen tome; vbIl. I beld hi mInvukoi, mInlhabcacoo!;u t ,,s .n, is ji anud book willbe eagerly ,a iliwi,.ld'r"-d. Itcifi pro.
ight b ewd, be. o adM ard lai hi, bau d ready rep.rme- in du,'e. iune a very u.ul, .dEir..:t upoD toe seiiim:nts and
on hiLn an'd .r. k-'. ,eld i cle loo oig Wi.,n 'r. Sitr-phe:..s I c. i h ue u [i.i hiillI- U IIa tbh condiiit olf ti great bods- of tin yuli ofAmat-
glss to [s m n n. n-ui ,",. pls sink graJdally, the fl,' .o .-- tesoon,1.el T- .i. L '-I, D. i,'..e. ,In ii mu..,, tCwrd, c",Jng theIoir amoi-
till at 1,-t I omld c i. f.-tei ny O ftLs muot e.,xt3t p, n ' i tos ia rau.iti'od niteotihour aae'r
^ p l' p y ? l B]:;t'i^ Cimpiil], ;,,' il.t.iv3 t' 'J.".".. r'h}. ,', ^ -.i 1'. S'' a,.^ i tu(;r uJl^t aad ui~eot,IP.ff ll~i.3ir tre'r.
ald Lice :o tch. Dr. Biina-.o ,iald not fet Lie l ast man Tepiesi t; t'.,e oth-. t'.- "[ I' l. i-, a. ih I ;.(.n it s i kslyl to tea lii
mOti., In the b.ia., nor hlr. 5kAn.-i;P'dc.-iv l the ice, aud I nt,[et add,t."o t c, c' ...-Ir: in ;pt'- T.o t which Mr. BMrau sitsfort' i
least eWrt of btest -.n il- mirror tb bell t his l os a, ppesrara c baringA.hl,- t hsrr Ustd, i 1r. tul I 0i')api v of himself, is that lis suceiis uas
mout. "t heneach ofa- by 'o-,nisexatmled iarm, combd" back, road fealu,., aud wi..?-u pe.k- t-eenahi--"ed,is Vealti anqilred. his repatli*n)
heart, and breath, but icnd nut by tlhe n m.-t s.ra- ing, standing as st i,tD up Lind ,Jit.a a a drum adi consd eration estabUehsJ, by time systeini'.i.i,
tiny dto-er the le i-*,mpio-i iot rUfe in bInIa. We major cn para.e. When he gets to going he 'is ,ao;t'and pe ev, ring Ipan of oblAIning ,naoey Lt-
reako.tid a lng time itbiu'. iis odd appesrasus extranv. i.a ly flrrc In hfi -.u., asidm,'jg ,i sir of der I.'.- l4r.;ef,. ts f.oai the poblio at l g'r-. fbis
well as We could, aad fidmuns he etsll cortio u" in "lay 00 l dedu3"' apoei-c'oce, as if hewas r is theb-gnning anidtbeoadd of his onierir.'O, and
that cotEItion, we, to conclude tit neha, ol%-Ed to tuse uis pbysicAls i teil .1i his mental tn .he gree Fi.ret of ida success. Hee seaoai. oici-
indeed cirnled the (x-', mentt o afar ; and a'. last creating an impresiion. M-M. Cam.ltill wAitinel i lonalh cunt-ic-ud ol tho fact, and -cks .1-.o'i'tt: r
we wtre atlisffid tth.L bia was a Laaluiy did, and 10 with mu-ti attenti-om, stcmI s swas g.vei 1ie under phrases and forms of spe-bh. I! c ll slit
were just ready to leave bmo. TAiP continued ab'ant gentJemiina w ao ad pr,.eds,] him, the d?. humbug; and, underthe seeing ciunlorofor n'av-
halfaar hour. By nae ba the moininuag, in itatmn, bate now beLag a tilt in sion, paliates it by a variety of aoologioa and ex-
as wewewre going away, we obhrvel somemiltioa the tolens ieat of disclaBia, b:t.-e ctI aeaS t. platniatlose. Wemnuttake menas wa flad them-
about the body, and, upon examanatioo, foua.i his gentlemen. fMr. Campbe-l ispuk- wall, ad niotIs luman nature is full of welinesica, of which it is
pulse and the inotioi of is heart gradually r.tarn- several g.x-ro trs, whir c i zini fhl, 0 piap.ieat Ire- our right to take-advantagoe-mean like to bh do-
Ing ;he-bgan. to breathe heavily. and speak sofly. qou:ntly ;rtoexplui." ''be itr6'zs'f Ir.Cmp ceivei, if it is so clevely done astoseeiaoausiuag;
We were all astonished to the last degree a'.this bell were mnc'l pleia ei vin ti- ell t, L, i claimed no wrong is done if they gat what they consider an
nnexpeced change, and, atler somelartner c i)aver- fcr him tne vi tory. Tiafrienisof Af.Stphens. equiallnlat fur th, r muney; these are someof tile
nation with him and among ourselves, we-t away however, asetrenuously contonled t h wtV iLbhe moral mmiiin, and reflections watch ape br q.,I
fally satisfied as Io all the. particulara of this f"t, conqutreir, so, between th" op'nit-_ u.'ntl'uin'a, forward t, pAillate and exmusa tae l.Iftine 'a-t,
but onfoundued and puzzled, and not eable to oum impartial men sr.lit th dilff'r-cce an'i d,rl;J tieu thai his wento bha been acquired b7 a oJm.,l. t.d
any atlnlat scheme thbAt might account for It." result to be a drawn battis. A' rio clo' of" tbh. -e asytei al I'flsehood'and fraud. Mr, BAouti.i ija
In repeating :this remnrkiahe expermiint on a apeehcs one or two unmao-.riatot doOimensaswere out deny that the repre3rtotions which. b hive ac inle,
subsequent occaosion, Colonel Toraseud acLatuilly read, and theHouseaiJ'j.,nmaed,tcmemt'iur retiring his schemes successful have been 'fa.'e andf rauio-
expired. : totbeurdinn.'t,anddocertheirhotbtarleywad;iu3tEls lent; his only effort is to make the public apeiar1 t3
From an article on the progeas and proipectLi of of wlinotey fully canvassed the mmts of iueday's habaebeenan accomplice in hia plhas. of
the war, written In aself gratalstory strain whiih contest, ani set led to their ovn sati 'fculoa tlie their victim.
ewar, Ittn In a egratutoi raIn wi affiire of the Uniun. [r. BEanum's prolesrion has 1,uen thi' cr1 :i sha)w-
s far 'rom being justified by the event in the Hardly anything wars done In the other Honwe of mou--abusinessthatmaybebo.3Tu!o7pifea .J. Blt
Crimea, we extract the following correct summing Congress. Senator Sumner gave ndticoof hiia- hetakes pcsial painstoproolaiin taCfU ( hrtb lie
up of these advantages obtained by Anitriefrom the tention to introlnue a Dill abolishing the hospital pursued it dishonestly. Hle never recoqn .i-l toa
ubtle and double faced policy she has puriuei tax levied upon sailors. didn't kImr- way this is slightest obligation, in the prosecution ot i', t)teol
ble and doublefaod pooynot a' reasonable and comnimdaable proposidon. the truth,orofferhisexhibitionstothe pubtcoupon
siede the commencement of hobtilitita :- Seamen are the only oass in thisCounatrywhD are their merits. Hesaid that Tom Thm'j wais etvea
Austria it must be confessed, has played h 'r especially taxed-sand taxed heavily-for the sup. years old, when he knew he was ouniy ice. de rep-
game wile a consummate aegclty aud dirm wi portof'ecap'.Lia. We mayloo' ut for a renewal resented Joics Heth as htving beea the na s of
which we were far from antiomiating. A year agi of the slavery question, and all the (inesti'41 id- Wa'l.atLin, when he knew she had not. lie pr3-
lerposaitioawsoneof taemMtimmianet ani inr vclved in ileha repeal of the lieiinari Cinli-omlCo, clmdnm.Atht rho Fejeemermaid was ths r emans of
mldalue danger; It is now ow u of ounmmndm.g upon the iutirodaluNti ofan bl by -,iAto: Cnt3t,of an aniaoil al'tal, when hekaiw that Iltwas a te
strength. In1853 it seemed aim at certain that she Ohio, probably soMe time next e,.,I, ,orttcu- ali -. flbrlcauao. He asserted tat the woolly li-ne was
mastilose a portion of bher domlulons, if, iudeedi,sbe isbing and nrohibitmg lavury l all C reritonres opiirc-lbiy-C-j!. Fremontt the Roeky. lMountaains,
did not fall to pieces altogether. nla 1554, she hold which nowIbelong,orwh!cbi may lr e 'rerfcrbelong, to when he kIsae that there was nt one syllable o'
the scales of fortune : the fate of Ru la--the ex- the United Sttes. Senator Cnaa gdva d otil e of truth In the assertion. Inalltheseseheins,ast well
tent, that is, to which it may be reduced-L In hr hi Intentioutointroducethis bill t)day,and tic as Lnall tho ethers in which be ws e-ig.1s'l, Il-.
luad; andi she "occupies" the Danubian Pnuci- Senate adjonrnod withouttansIEcilug any oth"r Barnum coined ard promulgated tue moat disinAt
_alItie-, whose possession she has so long covyeld. busines of imp'tteuoi. It rea. lo tos4sl anddeollbeatcfalsehfoods,nnd soiiec-itdandr-'.iud
She bas auperseded her dieal and saviour in the ithis me.aro of lMr. Clite will Us the tpio of the money from millions of individuals on the st'ength
"Protectorate.' And she has done all this without rest of the session. Alltheoldissmeebetw"ee the -of them. 'his was the way in-which his foetaae
striking a sIngle blow or losing a single mau. North and South involved in the compromise of has been acquired. Other nmm do the stone thing
Twelve months ago the preservation of her nen- 1860 and the Nebraska- bill of lat session, will be on a small ecale. They sell sand ur sugar, chicory
taliity in the "mpesdingcofliot eemed iUbuthope- revived In fall force. Unless Southern lnfluenoea forcoffse,ooun.erfeltbdilaforgoodons; they seolom
less; yet oe the preiervatlon of her neutrality do- are strong enough to vote it do iawitiiout discus- pctrichandmbre e~ofnently'getintotheStaeprison.
ended her safety, aand almost her existence. It- sion, as soon as offered, it wil!, beyona ddiubt, exclte Battis is not the faultof the pri{3 Q9 taa
Eme joined Buss-a, as all her antecedents an -afsedligequalto an thai haserotrf grown action- but oly9 th^ Bade ih-rit, Iso.Mr e&
(Tsiio s sympathies led us to expect s -e oatof lbveh a totl ni Tr i btU wilt oi .t tm o tus a l, naet upon a shrewd knowledge of
gould, Lombardy would hire9 ritu, wet' the c'- a hect jp. t., bill of Mr: Joo',., Atkinui ,mw nature, They do not enlist the wcannsii&
tivance or assistance of the Weetei Powe-n-, anJ |for ]e oci'mzsteion or the thr,. aew ln-il in Cicrc- oftthcirr'otiimson theireside. They ne'tb'sr lni.',,
pie would havo lost her Italian province s at once stories or Chelikee, Muskaoce au- Cu"tt, ITyiayi their curiosity, nor tempt their creduli:y, u-'lie
indforever. If, on the other hand, she had openly eouthofKlnsas,hsbewouthc le'tm.[isof aoltLi them any chance t angli atthe cheat ai a')j.I
ind decidedly joined England and France, Huaii-y north, aid the longitudes ot t4 i-I tuem. c'ti ial,: loke. They are more pros oi, domoan-plIc,, and
gould have risen at the instigation and by tie a'1 down to tie head streams of tlit Rli rri." ii therefore uneomceesful sludlcr. Lot thm atitry
af Restsa, who would have thrown men and rnun'- Loansiana. This bill of Mr. Joliar.)un', wHi pJ.o'j". B.>'e iis'e: master the'who'e art *,d myhui of
tons of war across the Cerpath~a places into be heoughtupto-mo:nror, (Lth in.t,,).',d pro ilm their business; learn the aiaio:ago of dolg
Transylvane, and would thus notoulyhave sero-el that whoenver the Legilatinretso th; (lrt-o i'o'*ltno things on a gand sBcale and with a ti-.;;a
a warlike ally in a most critical poshilon, bht wojnd ries above mentioned bdill consent io uoi'o tog.: h ,r of trumpets; steer clear, of the embarfssmenwt
have completely paralbzed Aastna as n efficiouia andlc.rmene psonle, aid be inc'udid i io uri rer- which'jealous lawsh ave thromnin the way ofsroh
foe. Any way she must be a sufferer. The ints.eets ritory, they shall be entitled to bj cresrcd la'i a pursuits: end take courage from Birunm'. smacess,
of the empire urged her to assist In ropolltu? Territory of tbo United 3'ates, tI be ca, Lld rite fer- as well as lessons from his experience. Taoaif t'M?
Russian enoroachments. The interests of the iltoryti Neco.ihb, Ianthe alme sayilbtt ofil IVc:- fall, the fault most be their-own.
court and the dictates of gra'l~uae urged her litortle have been oeated; ani aftenwaid pvlie Nothing in this book is more roetarkeble than tlIe
to connive at these encroachmenis, and ti accept Congress shall be astisfiod as t. tieir cps..-:!,y obvious isensibuiityof Mr. Barnum to the real etmer-
ber iare of the promised spoil. Wannnver docisiom for fo!f-goe-rnment, ana whLnernr :h3' o ea Caner acter of Its dis:losures. He takes an evident pride
she adopted, It seemed inevtable that she must lose country to emigration anJ n etth,,ste t, .nocy saall bha in the boldness and enormity of the ImposltIons by
someof-herallies, andoneportionofherdominions. entitled to be erected into a 3'ite by thn .tn-s which he has amuased his fortune, He does
She esatilved to avert both dangers by avoiding name, on the same footing in atil rospects a. tC.i not confess them--he boasts of them. He
Iither decision. She indu-,ed the Western Powers original States. Taese three TerriEories of C'o-no- has written his life for the sake of c-n.
to discourage soid forbid an Itallan hiarrocli m, by kee. Mushogee, and Chalt, whiohi '. is sought to or- vIncig the world-not that he is a moral or
Baying, "Yon a-a right in this quarrel; I am witl ganize into one to be c-lled Ncoeho, embrace a an upright man, not thiat he is capable of gen-
yonat heartaidInwlllba:kyourremosetranoesg, ad territory abont four bundred miles wide and two erorae acs sad of manly conduct-but that he Is
suppomtyoordemandsbyword., lfnotbyaron." She hundred broad. The Northern freenoilers esteem jusittbe shrewdest a.ed the sharpest Yankee that
prevented Ruasia fromtakLng any hoetllescep agalust tids another grasp of the South for the extension of this h, misplhe his yet produced. Tais is with
perin Hungary til_ I_ was too Rite, by saying, their alsvepoter, asthisnewterrltory, under propn- himtbele.he.t poLnt of Ideal greatness. Whin-

"You *re in mt wrong; you are cansig a wAr ,itiona to organize to already settled by l'9,ia a ever he ahno~ic'ea a apparently noble andi Re-
whih may rimm both or uf bat I will mike the slaveholders, who by the provisons of Kr. Johns m's rous doed-suoh as his violnutry off-.r to mtre a
best terms for you I can; ant at all events I wU bill, are to be made American citizens, aud their Le- more advantag'oue contract witi Jenny .iad th iu
iota aistyou, If you make i possible for me gisalatut empowrered to say who elishdl be permitted the one she had accepted-he taeoe spc,'al ps:us
to avoid it," Shearmediwit great dilllgenae; she to settle on any of their lands eat of tlio-ie hun- toaddthatahoediditlon LiLuaDioa, and iromascli.
Sneg3tiated wIth unresting a3tivilty; she made dredth parallel of west longitude. This virtually [sh motive, and not from generosity or a ease of
treates with Prussia In order to provide against gives these Territories to slavery, baiirnoe.i as tjt j utice. He seems to fear nit hen.all he sn-part-
dane in thttquarter under any contingency; m ie reservation of the nrght to the present inhiblants, cd of having sometimes o'ed with.-ut an eye t itae
joined the Western Powers in urging Russia to be who are alrcaily slavhAldears, to say who shaUll settle main hance, and Inaterpoltetts ddisclaimers into h'-j
imoderame and Turkey to be submissivee; she wailte among them, gives them the lihbertytrforblid allsat- narrative whenever they may seesm to re-
pnd temporized to see what party would be sanees- tiers who ara opposed to telr Inastitution o{ slavery. quaie. Tare is an occ-sional iil0atrurn tbat this
lu ; she steadily and avowedly cotsaitaed Auatrisn This accounts fcr the desperate stroke of Senatr i dcne from s n exo-as of raudor, and to pryepat
Jntrestsalonieshe offered to,",ocup ,,1Servieas ua Chaseto wipe out with o0e blowr slaveryfirom ilJ themns.cionuthat lieIs claiming mouse ctedli tisn
lib-a; she offered o _"occupy" WallaolohLts-as a the Territories of the Union. Upon thesoo tro belongs to him; bat this is intended onlyto mike
friend; sne made no b dho emousatnlon against bills mAy arise the greatest alavery night which the iMpueesson moro effctive. r. B uni I proi
lsM tRilluss twas to).obnsy and too beaten tobW hs yet sbaknu the fl)ors of- Oongros,. of bhis sagacity-of his tao. in pl.'ing npln the
able to do anything in Hungary; butbsh kepther Inthese two bills the extremes meet, a sort of colI- weak-,eaese loetntrs, andof his skill in lrothing by
in such uncertainty as to her Intention that a lislon between the two politioal1looimotlveO of the th i tblie credulicy. He fiola that his e'reru.b
treat from Kalait be-ame strategetl!oillydecira- Union--lavery andaboiltloniam. Ousebil idbrought lies in this fienilty, rather than In strict adtr-r-
ie. She did noteven ropose to enter the Pri pbya fc'ree which goes the" while hbog" for Arrl- ence to loftymorn and a nitc.ense or tlta runs of
PAtles till the Bogsan army lha resolved t) cniing beyondposibllltyof change, a great por- might. Heeccidlnglyv ,:aritcceall othero3std -r-
Spithdraw; as moon aas that army paused if iIe tion of our territories, an this force Is met faces to ationa to tte escie of stainodlog bfeiure Lbo vorl I as
geteat her amnP.pauseds In its advance;- and : fa3e by a body of men who are equalO determined t-the most remarkable prodaOt r American genius In
gan not till oholas hatd retired behind the that no slavery shall exist in a-.yot the Te-ritornosI the art of making money. The whole book is .r i-.
pruth that Pranolis Joaeph.toolk pxseslon of belonging to the United States, either North orI ten for tLis purpose, and allu iw incidents ara ekU-
tBrclareRt. H a has gaine a geat victory and outh. FrompiesentappeiaranesLtherearebreakers thlly adapted to produce the dealrod effort. lie has
Mal o a great onquaest without either having seen head. shown very great Inventlop In the variety of storim I
4 1enemy or "ifgvoS 4 W f UM. no, w 0 ther here, it Wadalgtn, jut n oir, s of lii cIl4wd and youth, his early Cperieece,

and the various steps bywtldohb be ripened fromI Fourth Rond-ouonntema tried on her oldtatics, iand afi, only two tightiiwtli be bsBeein ainUn mom Bor
lrpoleu adieunr, but when ths said angle uisieate.a" sU .
very sml beginnIngs late the stpendous and nag- appeal tthe crowd, as miners," &o.; crowd gan- Lfa-sm tip.Ilt; be seen, an a...' altltheiihs
pifcety mastsroftheartof decepon whi ehaatBliylaughe at her. "inintt lo tS
since become. Judging from i book he seems to Fonrthhand-a-balf Bound f "mreen" Ohap In feoe t be ee. moment e ..we 4t .as.
Fouth-ill-a-alfBoud Feariv hapin e ,ito:have ,hehorizon., TRNVL
have been a humbug from his crale. He would the crowd said something, whe tIhe Oocnteh In L. b ieTi .the h rio, 5N LI
have it understood tbat he was born to the great- i formed him it was not his "put in.The Royal NAWVY Department, Copenhagen, ItBIOV.,U(1,
ness be has since achieved. He cheated in long Fifth Round -Crowd greatly amused, Dioster.
cloths, nd had become an adept at practical Sixth Round-Cries of "Speech from Shiplev." f Cof---Tfhs e'lioowig Is Cap't Brewster's aSaUials
jokes beJr he reached the dignity of aroundabot. Ship offers the 'stnnump" to 'Lo i." OounteS i- S aoft et ltownert sfromy raoblished rea
In all this there Is a good deal that is amusing, forms Ship that her name is "Mad. Lola." thispori on hei 7h Neoafter a prasseof Idays.,whik
though of course no one is required, and probably Seventh Round.-Countess reads extracts from has teen very tedious owing to adverse nd lgtidghat Sw
extracts m * While lyn i to In a henry galefrom NWto
not expected, to believe it. It i pat and parcel Grass Valley ..eaph, counts number ofwords, v Nw, and ivery i onfusedJ sea Smog, a heSavy. is
otte system which the boeak is written to reveal and form Shtp that there are twenty worlds to be truck the ship on the starboard bow, nosd tookRootos.
We oonfess our surprise that Mr. Batrnum should stoned for. Jones, of Liverpool, from the wheielandPerter W iXuro
ve published this sautobiography, for we had Eighth Round.-Ship remarks that the crowd has f Counneolout, from the lookout; ao killed ,ohn Ilooe-
old, coot. of Now York, by the stav4n in of the olookhomism
gve credit for better judgment and more die been sufficiently amused, and concludes to retire in Thibap onedoSpt 2, whoenitronn The ihntus.
eration. He had amassed a fortune by means disgust. sea whie strunok her Started head from stem below he"
general. suspected to have not been scrupulously Ninth Rolold.-Cote.s springs .forward and do-. e three inchest, alnd ldewed it one point broke all the
onoraboe, but which were very likely to e over. hands the whip-"6" r father's whip," Article in. bulwarks,a teeheo, hea,toocook-house,B freight-h.Is
looked or forgotten in the more creditable and legiti- dispute placed fa the hands of a disr interested nd c, onotents, spare, asemisk, Ac, all in the lee soupper Ila a
mateisenterprises of ids moerenent life. His on-BRouldr-Courteshasksau dt1 n AOfruisThe boat on freight was on the houso; WS
mat enerpise ofhi moe rcen lie.H~e. nth] egdr-4onn as~aJ~l[ to nl, ot soonafter trig estukth~eship; stove the house ovee
agement of Jenny Lind was universally regarded Crowd laughs and refuses. t*mainhbatch, tove both quarter hoatsBu s tov pleeae-tho m
were lashed on ~~~~~the quartrdc;to b'fe-ayhn
as a public benefit, and evinced a bold sagacity l e el re lan tswheeo, qatnd deck; toerk theb f ak-kyto gh
binamo1e and wheelhouse, adocniesl oto fIb
which won him very great credit. He was establish-. iA TIM INTELLIIGENCE. bulr.-opne d4 .oe.sidevrymblel so
rga eputationase a basinessaman of marked ability, ... __y_ 1 toleak an tjtthat weh tdeto take all hands in the Air .
and was fast outlivlng the questionable reputation ------- until we gt better weaiter, when it wans made more om-
which public suspicion, rather than any known Movo ent of Orem ste me. - opable, le saved from the wreck of the coatosse two ico
hatshveefelt him- Lr o a. copJtre; madenastoveofono, nadwiththe otherboiledlieef
ahad m. e e to....efeltm. NADIS.- FORpork, and e ither gs, as the stove and appuatcla
ar, ha da's-him He ...ui... Sarahb9nds ......... Liverpool ....... i ertlend ......... No. '.were alldestroyed. However, wehave talent quite W014
self Insomedangerof subsiding Into the common- a igton.........Sothampsen...Now York-....... aD n e
place character of an enterprising, honest and suen c- mrir,.........verpool.... .Bo-t,o .....-Dec. wasleftof.tee freight from the daokiwousewe hovaeover-
cecsfol wlan ;Soho has written this book to prevent Aitetil..- -L,verpool-........NOw York-... . 6.. wDsltboardasowe tad nopIsce to puf t it.From the 22d ontii-w
the poraiblhlty of suh a cata~strophe.He ha sachosen tr Ct...t Ch ... New York-......Hairoand N. 0.. Dec. IS itoarsd the Cape oh ehip made two sinhes of waterpeg
me ns w-'b"ith his;he wl ea quitcoen ,North Stir-.......... New York-......AepinwalL-0...... .De bhou0-; round bake are alltabove water, sue forwardd'
his mesn with his usa sagcity ; hewillbequit' t o eter..Ljorp:, ...... Philadelphia....o. 20 A better from the Insurae agent to llwood Waite.
au suc.eesrul In this design as In any of thb others A ...-..............Livereol....... New rYork ..... De. 23 E a "ahl oa sthehsd'to Sad the .hip isnotinre
h hchiIi' ,aha la|...h Ca!'awba ...... ..... Now- ..rk ...... Bev. and N. O..Dee. 25 51sol.l o nesatd raym fsrl fd
which his life has been dlstinguise.. .iib---- .-----------"rh iii. iN ene nuil, .nota kee started, orsany sign ofatarina S
Iby wihhslf a ende niilel N.:t'hi-rn c t......-Now York-..... BneJus-.....DOB- 21 dock. 'The ehip is being r epaged, and witl be ready for .tw~
The book wil be very widely read, and wilt do Faeo ............... Now York......Liverpool ....... D. 27 abeut the 5th e. Tis roer the cargo i being landed. I
infinite miiahlof. It will encourage the tendency, America............. Boton-.......... Liverpool....... Jan.8 y god e orteronusidering the amount of water wisk
always too strong in the young meo of this country, .-" "' '----went through the top sides. The strength of thisle ne sl1ii -
to s eek for tuneby.hermoeanthanindustry t nelets. ildd fir t h oY e K peakslouderthaaA nythingIeversawinhesr favor.
taor t boit oI$ 1f the honoorabe businedus ot which 5 be ..... ...l. god, thrown overboard from the house arlso osed t79 b
iorlhyp t of the honorable bawitma on wbiti gs>---- worth some 3,000. Ifthe crew had been in the ones, a is
tue welfare t.f Socimety depends. IL will tImnliates ALVAA ronTw voa-ii oar. noal, the whole ehip's company would have been loet aund
an (*CorhtTD(B for 0nhine ex.limrnts 01 pubiuo s,,.............. -I n i. ..Jea Is........ ..... 1 36 consequently the vessel. The rew ud eargo in Ail ttUPB 'l "
an eogt-riess for cia~hivg ex-Reailets on public -CW iS -----T-. IoNi o------5 oequulyh Trog leii
ordatvandmultlpI teBte numborse, already too tm79GIB.i....-.... I um wa --- --0............ 6b0 e hipshouldbeunder stroagdeck."
oargedot tho, wnd hultipby 'twta.seo Port 0 '-,- -, Sneip OcEim Tn-iGRA Willis hence July.22, in going
large, of those who lyve by their wt, ani seek for- Port o wTs, o 7i 7 Sinto San Freanceco 25d nlt, when o the South Heads, ju
tune bypaudering toIho ev-ce, or th weankiessesof -- after a pilot from the pilot Relief, the wind died away snd.-
the publIc at laii. We do not suppose it was Mr. CLEARED dely, ad the strong ebb tide took the ship down to th
rnnIAu11.0intentAonto exert such an influence when .'1. M Its ., _d.. South of Point Lobds, off the sand beach, where it broke wn th
--. ....toexertsuchaninfluence t.[, Ir.-II.oouth,',Sesra.nEdwan..-arhvatooapeordTiles-ait booked
he wrote his ule,-for its prevalent tone ushoiwsa .... .. wherein imminent danger, as there Was no wind, strongeBow
L rri nd m lido and a thick fog. bhen laet seen, the ship was worldi
clearlyhis entire unconsciousness that there isl any- .:., 4,; ., Laoke. Scanner, Ri.-hIond, &c. Ludlam& tide a udec f o fWekfl p' Be t p*wkspt
thing in his career whica the noblest minded and r l,,-r,. r, o.. e under command of a skifulopilot, and WksiefpO -
bTe worthiest might not r.linirs and emulate. But ,,.'.Li'e.hir,',L' Lare-le A ed to be up to her Wharfrduring the 24th.
F:1 a. inn its. lee,,, Lh iverpool. D A iXiaglsA Son. SHIPt.Louarts un'ir of and from BItimoro for VaTnM-
the book ill have that t.ct, so far asit has any S.i, J.D L oprr. Cowell. Waterf rd. CCu-an & C&o,. raise; condemnedat StThomas, arrived there NovIv, lea&k-
beyond the indulgence of that vvapid curiosity -SI' "Lroard. Orrir,. A4 .p .uiggbadl, withloasofmaet, sparsails, houses,cicha on
0 li& F N' hrr df | h r411`a4 1 tt1wt, '.n',teriavs. Pt"st I Ryeom. ran. jacket Rock, some two or three miles to windwar
which ithas been te busineof Mr,-. Brntmshe r it rh' Gr'Lwo,,'lHbwl .,-'-a&A pi oreo. au -ietoksofmestwopor thbe muiss tot s
I U 'ri,, ,ue i 0.-r,...D si, A a I Frlr.. I ttn r to Elliwoid Walter Esq, SeoretaryH Boardot 9
to stimulate nd gratify. r. ar, Siiqu .i Lrithro elo.irnit. n iller & LCrd. :ndr rrrtr.]
.. ...._ thar, f- ta l a iiil .ls.r. )nt ositeo. a Lid.. Bat GRAmP-Us, of Gloucesser, from Boston for a guask.
117" -- l --l d~al r "W-- -. li, siticirnb %r t ,oko Ne-w.Orl.ans, N FfBrLba
Waryi Inlcrnsa Valdy, CWe llrornlhana-Loes B tn ?er ahILr.. int .- .. N . n 'rriba. li-aist, io6 wlnri rd of A Tb-,mie. put in io ti.s latter pah
oints time Fileeld, in a ..- rer''.' b---..-,, Monies, Ciasrreioz UaryX uN-Novs I h i. v L-t I- ifanllq aoda&spor orrt. d dae proa -
The eSraento Urn, ion ha w a telegraphic dise,- Nbi.tnatre Nt.mth, Pl aa.P C; Neuirm i.b ?',i'Jur o. [IFrvm ior to Ellw,.o ilistr, eIq.]
patch, dated Grass Valley, o the following effect:- Sr,. WPArCt ,Iir CIrrv r. a i ftS.n.r Brd A. i ibe ve oset. the
rrc Cooenrat. Gray, Autierp. & fiyera.-.o. Tormsd t'y ire Jioin-tle. at Son Frn.'-.o a. lost. She
Our town was thrown ntoga state ofludteiros ex.-Barrk.rk, Smal. ,r.i-hpio. Cone, WWUiIj Co t. rchtnie in a sand bar oin SeIrbu Gal. near Marie, into
citement tBhis forenoon, by the appearance of Bark!s Bel-naa -'a, -l, L one rc n Aina at, abu olsloeo, Sonu rtheove- Ray. oest en igo lLo(s 6a. Caplo t
Madame Lola Montos rushing from her residences, wav ioy-. -,. lay iti -Chlirsi at vh l ark silt helmisroeke
liBar- h..."(Br), Browd, St Joken, NB, Bsr.1my & Livings. wi.Lmn a. mnm ofi' ae ateplIel, stae.. that the Cityim-
through Mill sat towards Main street, with -a ton. .. medlatieI ic-tied lstgn6 fadltreie in theo d ionruig l-
lady'sdeliclate ridng whip in one handi and a copy Bsrk .rge e o.ler, edy.'Ri, C PrOo. eandrd Su-e thrr, houtthe mightt.b it. moth hvregonet

poeresth diin ol" pe~edt te ,,''1*;';,,r^^'i;!^ I~ 11 Dentolyr, aa~ rd Ha oe to pieo so m u~to ihae gtffone tot
of the T ode p rpin hoe other, -her eyes in a fine r:r,-lrtd ir ol d L mlh elyuo.ere H t e sihe mtdhBr) o olmeneCadA. AC.
ty rng,,,avrlngb e.eneoFlt.a couel r .ECr,6ri. .Fa..anii hetit w b'Tl.t AD'oe. the tt srewc uehemselveinest..:rboat, a
aengria J-,Lhemnbcns,. Pet-re. Trim.Jr,, CiA C O J P'r. i.t' -ren oit ifarrom a Rusban settlenAt., wheretoep"
an editor, &e," She met him at the Golden Gate D,r ('CtLtN. Nol0 I, Il'b. Car.-lJd'.. R P Book A U. w'I,.l te 0hot:-ltsaly rcd,vd w, Lot would prottl.sya-otet
Saloon-the crowd, who were on the qula vive, fol- ""' Per,6"rano--.. Pia,.'. Plato 1 Watts. swta her e, esunomoreotidp, weoa to.
.11 N..v Pismad1.3%1~, UKlIry We,,s Bnorir&Deaka. ECRU Lt.PASO Summera, rcom Bahim...ra via Norfolk,
lowingInherfoosteps. Lola struck-at the editor f l- N.rIN Ir,-aeklPn. ioa-r/Iivaoe.oB nrower AC.).Doas, r lirus E waL P sa, 5oneri ome ouaie. tr osint. NCrewl
with her whip, bat he caught and wrested it from sane C ,har1. fff. atirz,. 0-.. L,,-d A Co. laso arvd at t n-t shiabss. T.eIll'M'oo r 7 owned by Wa
iher teorese could hit him abow. Sheten a- I -F st er, Tuldl New(Orlen'. F -ie- a ,mmton. Ap.lia, ot SLrrboasett, o iu-ne,- totIbeamoaunt
plied r a bestweaoon--her to gue. Mea. l .1r ltedio, Coartrd M io,.'Lane. Weot A C-. w .ala-0) on vchasiaId frcilht.Shewaseawot.swiew l, on ho r
pledawoman'sbetwdaonhervted ar.- Bi ros. Cffin G.oretsnN.)nDmilner& Potter. first voyage.
while, herantagoniot contented himself with keep- Itir C 'b.r,o1 'rtU,N,r''Pr..,i, il&.1.-A.[me;. Sewn AvotaAr, from NYork, and owned by mr H UsB
ing most insultingly cool. Finding all her endeavors Sc.hre S P I-in-I..lith Bnlti.m-.r ., Mliror Lord.wubIst

np~~~~~~e~~~tepped~~~~~~wn ashoard abou sehon tmeievegse from- Luboo, onor^^"ot*l'~fs^~pllr.o~hB revious to~h
powerless, the "divine Lola" appealed to the CL. i,,-r tj-. Frow i. l'-,viineot. maeer. Dee I, aw nd has gone to pieces, most of lhet. ufffromiher
miners, but the only response rendered was a shout aia,rO--taD...e&%are, liad. Ph ladelphis Sandiord's tins. drllting out to sea as she broke up. The remains of the
oflaughter. mARMn Shpley, theqditor, thentriumph- ARIVED. eek and chain and nohors were to be sold. [Fromnlottsi
antly retired, having by his calmness r b ti awoe ltercolsI. I;.i.iAtr. 1 P5 12aNe n C
worn ocut his fair enemy. The immediate caPd org ma 1 Inole75 1'. i-shztaial anrtgd brig.wrf sweri- 5 n Oehotsk Sea no date, Harome ,N. t00t.-Bengl
the fracas was the appearance of sundry' -,, Irrn ibe, Iti-, ;Jo r0in 0-sra,. fdolldo; Jo 0hCo-'balli H, 1 l.l
earding too owntiove G Alnr Hlatin ',,, n lcnr i.,ol. ,2 o it h t orin.i Ai r atLahain O at 171, Mhar, Meader, FH, fromtsapsram
regarding te Lolaf-uonteslke insolenceeande-s, d.paer. Sea, stHo eop; AmteeS, barber, do from Oehotsk, 120 itbls
frontey th t ttQueen of Spain." Theentire scene t,,... ii ,s. Too A 0 AIeasi, t of Holy e. tiseaone; 20th Mt Vernon Nye, from do, NB, I5Mbits
was decidedly rih. ric 1a eb r senre up rNorthd ChfaneL.i nLo o Noe .Of ach.t rs eason; l 40b, Brunsawicik. Buler, Dartmouthldo lIM
TpBe,apped ofpa the eContess to the "honest con- ~seTory Iu rosla d t, Onus.f Nrwtodi a N ud n Now do. u
rTulapasofrnawrt se NceNov ) wemtwerd or aor& steaoa L At do Ot1 by lrmC afford, He, NB, wi
ruers" were powerless, andso she Invited-ellhandsin t-.lint gei.fom tr IVtVi WNIp, e-plituatl."',. astooa 00 etpenboaryWouldS.hiprholmu80Wthis by the Olympial
to take a drink,but the oreipanse was a groan, and e r l.-i r,-.m IcA-t JSuli iHilt t.8,, ii lloine. .Uto hoir Fire oiand, and ret for 8 mos.
er w rdo hithemelves-her bam- eac i had alcoi od Lhit bafsO 14g d ifrom the t Are at do Oct 27, Fresident, Nash, Sian, 155 1wi. Obotsak'
noncelopped furevard to show 00,~1, : soc-oend to aeos.rr tof fmo5t ithe SW Spit at aoSuO~if Be2tJeFeWtpv en 10 -i J~l
pione. The whole affair, so faras thelovelyLolawas Ith tr, o l. n ist.l35oIontmi )455. ,op.i-orebr 1r' Beas;28h, NJasnPope, Whippesy,;o tu, Cond, O hote.'kM
concerned was a complete farce. C5. ot vd fir -.:.eti..o. hay frrim Boon' Ayrea he. 0IN bls itwhd. do; DrPer, Cofin, NB l1000blis. do. Geori
eHowrare tsemla ghy falonl none so s. t d b "e.r achainc che.-Jo S-mtny r oi'rth',f Ermlad. snd hr'rt i Sbia tt k
.r ,e s" eppldhrrDe, 1. a oor, le 3 I.1.72Jenmingitlebhlewh, 9eArctic; BOW Tuo.'er, -4hudi, b5R
-he r xevtermenice. fd ero o B 5eno I (Besetono, D'don. A^tpr, 2 oyrr'i,'72nonatb1t, 0cnh ett;72andr 0v 2,Hathaway. 1601 0 sh.r do; Fie-S
her reverenc a e."if 1;., peaaW ajri d Wate-r Witch, lmer h itence wreSan Fra'nride, Little, 200 wit, doe-alrftn m ,Nt dford. Cod, et
In the Neveda Journal, Lola Monies gives a dif-. 0eB os" LMilton. Jones, cruise; 26th, Geo Washin %onAllen; Alto*
.Ship T J Rogers (of Bath), Maxwell, Legon, a dy, Mnel W, Hnll;Crsohr.ichlk loa]
brent version of the affair, as follows: r passv Gibraltar Nov 8, with mide, So Mesmtt A Sons. Ad itonoh, ClnH oCtp, h tt om ite at t clooti, Boe
A short time Blode a ladyand two gentlemen, perienced heavy gales on the pasageo, sprung head of fore- t rui,e 0 st, ,Nautieen, Lee, do- Nov m, MarttEr l bigedo,
artistsla, cameoonofce,;* Ship Sotbats1Ahoned
atst, a ficaea oar town to giva e oa poarLtHvingt mast. "eon At aii eaiuano date. Mary, Sayer, Nan, 400 this semaon

I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ Shipose toSardi~ ~tta hi a n to lle^',r..r Coin'0^ Aut e .^7* Oatoo'T s roS' 29p d wit If680 Slid 20 onds haig
hound safrelnwhanOff Behoriog's Ia sept 20, byletter from Capt Kelle=,
they, as all strangers are, were anxious tosee these r ov 9, at 46. ilon 26, spoke ehip Compromiee from Liverpool James Andrwe NB, clean, bond to te coast of CiiA
far famed mines. Artists are proverbial for slender for NoewYork, and esher araeinonthe 15th, in lat 41.1ion for op shale,.
purses, and to pay the expenses they ave two con- The S hadoneBdeath ont psage., A S Johana in May, Clar Bell, Flenderm. Mattapotettli,
Ship Republk t(Brem), Venke, Bfme Nov8, withmdse 4000. -p80 "
corts here. I was not presengr, being confined to my andjassd&gets to Icast.teu A Unkert. '- B E SiSs
In OcLotsk Sea Sept 8, Byron ean, l~akey, F% 1106 bbl ;
roomB by severe indisposition. B4 it If theypleased St r urr(of NewHaven),Talbot CaUllo, days, and 20thAdelno .ib- Poe toy, do1200d; Norte Liht,1
bSt Thomas 31 dy, with guano, top T Rile 'y. t i Adla Goe, o Psdf' y .-", 12..... ,lrt ......
or not, oh, readers, have wnsideration and kndne aBa1yh Liihen e(r), title, Sli8 1 nays, s-ito pig iron Nortcn, do 2010 do.s
Inado Lind1,nIndia,,Slanhung NBigo, I-1l.;y In, doaAn
totce artist. I, who write, since 1843, bave roamed.ne10 &a s ers tor 5lo, Snlitur C.o lt ye.,4s-h clron o,-t-1, t9 V .W
suit 100p a ssen gs to Or ayer. tu, 4 whosthiseseason;eenu c ', o, c' lean-.r-
the world in many a clime, and in almost every p4118, louiS3 opoe sh ip aBane, from Newcastles for k Vi', 600 ibbn thie acasov ;Rah, Fiehor
.....4....0229Ion 64 0.signualized 1.7.rld, uma L;
tie!tre in Europe I have ben successful, though Y ,.ork; 4, woeuropse;, -est,, lotee prr, 3 iwhodo;t Sept u1 'l'e roo, hiar, bint
from Ioolk fo tdoudbegin

ll~~~~~i~~~onai-lth ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Uiue, o;-. llth lust,~ge aio I9 t2rt7,^&~ ff^ ^ 1on^1,"."^ ?., 71 17,^l.,lh'f
many as good, ifot better, have failed, b cause spoke ship Horion, from Boston for New Orleans, two days AugEllen,Hford adgartown, with 4 Wl- itis-
destiny and ite opposed them and smiled on me. out. t season; Harmon, Bros-lonn L, 140dbysl isti season.

tor. Illuip miw' onihe e7Mr Sdh~medorf tebst Br Jtohn ury(f B~emv. WasWt. BuPuo"' yrs, saen Hacreon, rown on, NL l;R.bbls fee~ou..
Mnr. Simply, wIc eoi considersi- himBa rk elJohng Munrray (of Aye, Indo Sept 11, by letter from Capt Waterman, ChaIpiora -
iself the best Cs (ays, with Mhides. ,aTor maitor N uo y, die 1 1 .b o n
judgeof all artistic representations, (editorsofSan Bark Cloo (Br). Wylie, Ri Jonero, #0 days, via St iB Ochotak'Se Sept 2, Mi Frazier, zard, NB
Frgan.i so, S acramento and Matysville, this is not Thomas 18 days with guano, to T v 'ni'ly. Pantheon, Hazard, do 750 do.
niy uir. -m,)d ared thai hewas goit ne tog Brig Sarohit Br), Danitls. Port ai u Prince, 2 days, with In do AuEX 7A, by letter from Capt Swift, Sarah, of iMat% 4
S , t eto iVe coffee and logwood, to J Pickard. Experienced heavy gales BMs LO0h oil.
leoe LttLt 6w." f [mildly told him tha tthe lay nonaiteat ago. donorlate, byletter fromCapt Spone, r. FavIorte, s
vii na-b esteem-d at the Bay and the twro otherEp r r rmVonbergen ce ABotNa bdayr, With 700 wh this ocoon.
n.tBv-c hmnied plrmo as a lady and a tis-begge of dusIn te elriohsA & C. heavy sweathr In do Sept--, Hiienr, Bunker, Nan, 40a.n saintW, i0p.
him to rellect- s ho prol ed t ay notn dng, oie s26. ]Roratonh BMarc 17, hp l etterfrom lrem La IStarhu.
St n An ut, Stone, Savannah, 0 days, with cotton, towt 'W iebs- -iB- B 00 p; nid takenL itIl la the lt
either ;n pralc or disprlase. This was ailcoul Sturm. lCeaumtanAC SOIt
rbtann fra th ble leig6 e nt editor of Te Grass C r paAnd s. (st(r), Shorris, Malaga,500day'y, with fruit, to Ati onolulu Oct'28 by letterfromc Capt Babcock. Dover.
lgoint ditr ofTheGras A e ndrNW. L 20D bbs oil 1,d b one.. Had engaged 2000 blitzio
'aflem 2T.ftg.', a. Wp st was my astolshent the r on No hranc(cr. Sce masted),enen, Pena, withfrail, o-t wLco 1t, at o. cents pergoalln.stl
aeXt dayeto r nasterlingabuse of the whols party. &c0rtoC aeriin. Robin C. Novr 19,at 'i00 tou n o leave Lsoondfo eome. t t
mentioned to a friend present that this was un- -0olo. spoeB. bri Seo Foam, Baltimor,. fro Philadepa Art at do Ocs 28 Heroinef He. pod,8mome50h.IB
ut and-wroeng, ndlr '.2 Gti lt 2 at Ion 9es aw bark Fank l I. bone this seaon;Abig.l, Drew, 27m,, 9I0ws, 18,00Wltbs
So a o The editor with whom we tre br- nia ernig S. bone; B DainSt Petoers, Youg i1 m5 0ia lp, 400 wi, 100 lbh bone;
eened, havingnrither sense nor judgment and all Sehr t Lore11 ts, orer, Port auPrince, 50 days, withlog- Ai.Mandel, Wini. 7M/m. Por p 50Wwh600Dbone; Mlieres
artists who have not the divine taleuts of aJenny woodI teMrear. A, wth .. syIdr 40i. Ru.I, I1,' Ia' t.oGooe y CGeo thlosad ig.
Lind or a Ners. Siddons, must forsooth, be put ehr Enchantrs, Jane, Saannah, 210days Wh r ',imdshitto23ii't. ,n1 6 n 1P id.'i. C-Iu, 5r6,5
down ashumbugs Andthe reallygenerousandap- SobrYouagAnmerica(three/masted), Phiney, AIL-sawhiA. N roe .y i, hinAli-e t it, o s-h tr ".ilt.% in* n it'200wK
not Wo Rebeccag en, P etersburgi42days. one
Preciateng audience of a Grass Valley theatre ar sto Schro einreto, Woglom, Perbnerg, days. IV..,.d t l lie Llooo; ic luamie, l.r.en, iltC-10.)p
bear tre faultin thelpubic print t of our town, be- br toonaude, Bees r Norrolk, days. 1 b t.:.m Iu.,. t.Is It re S. ellibone.
cause antgo oramiuforthe present, holds the pen. lrI- cW I-,Leggett, Gibse BaltimoroeS3daye. Crald. Jb;nrc. iSa 11/rbor; Ndov 1. l,atic, Cei-r.y, New-
A few hourtsafter, the door is burst open-my l.-ri U WestiErno, Maloy, Swnabqro'l. pr L,-rer Now London.
bEd'orrm .ved. i.hibis Shinpley's presence-be, -Bhr Francis Crocker, Pan, oeBaltimore. ril03itr tremCatC .1.millt,,
r ,eof mev s-, i Js. beioog K n nothii, ahlady Te- SehrAsbtand, Poland, Phitadeliphia tor Bostonu. &tl ... ili -, c-. lh.ete ren.oi li'a roir. irt i r. iont1s
ev re s B -feuvI a is in abed, d oleotatlalletty Boston, day. i. Dll.,. it.. "t L n. pi ..r.u R.C e', C.1.trt-- ia ,tehad;
ia- ur-i-cent, th'c-atiusIto )nt my throat before he s chrlymouthRookLay, Boston, 8 days. AIctt. U. ao tsr ta-i it (iitIlhp "
veti'onae o thm ie, ig antche language, which I St ohr oward,Lo^IL BoTouo daya... lfst ,m.IL a. N,-to tc .... ly ir-i eta a. l'h ar-t,;,ofee,
B0ohr Wirpwitd, Neal, Bridgeport, Ct. ti Nit pr, toiI l-angd -oac r i -r ed.'Tr A rt.,o.:0 .
shull not dif.rttcemy plictto tepeea. I gotuno, took Sloop W H Bowen, Halloek, erovidence. loan Lair wbahlo each. Ro-5ortsre -et', Sert t 'Carolibe,
my potol, aLd told bi'st to k' ee my house. He still -Do- The ship eary Green, arr from Now Ortl,an 13th Gray, NB, oleao, aiparnia,,, tiLon. d. 2 . to me tbe mo:isi of'ereirs language, cocluded inst, reportseonuthe 71[t and 8t tost, laSt6, Ione m ,,ForeignPorts,
to C -. I told 1.1m if he ever crossed the door of my oneod vrTy heavy gales from Wi to WNW, spit isells, and I.ioeov a-ra port %-)v1e6lh olrnfps it-ore.uth -l'rnpsomr.
swa sustained other damage. tCr -rn toe .t- i'drhia ehits,r PJo" h'.pU ro
dwelling again, I should consider him in the ight BELOW., ,rhldpi I ,a t1 .
BEWW. I L 4T mAsRKAA-Arr a.' ii sour -Jahasa Prnoglsfrees
of a housebreaker, end treat him accordingly. He Behr oai-ntvt Clak, 4 p orm Cits aoo 12, w io q a In 6C.) '.
loftar ClarktFaayi",tfrom he would uovmyt.with
loft at last, saying that he would cut my Ilireat. In frttec, &-c, 'to Devole t Co. WDe 3,.ltot385M, lan 72. while Sr iliosvat-Arr N. ir 14 trig Ceatapus, Pew~ors, Boston,
my hW rv toget him out ofmy house, I helped himI Iit .Intar .I .t. I.. Aiilrom..oc1s lea lystie. rfargtio '-"Air wi i litit. '",r c (Ath ASoI

graeta ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ by5 fongonth baek ofrla and asa. Iwent logf 1: befor L.-i'j t"'0' a'^m !["^ ''-q'*'*d. her *'****"w" "i '-probabl very short.)
either withoy hand or foot, (in thehurry, 1 forget :a.n; F.,'71.' 'It L [Ct .r v ii dI okibsl trI eI- I d ntcd.irio t y ,. i; vcya a. m
which.) Mrs. f.f.sys and declares it was my foot. 'cc IhHome Ports.
-, ine li. cr.,i' ,,.ii, ,etinsot..I caiat. I:i-A D 1sr fr'. Sia Bosom
I could notheop laughing heartily at the exit ofFal n1t .itier l, di cb.eT n a o.s A1A',lA P 1 ir fanc ib, Itoez
this hero.ofn a thousand imagirery batoles, which no- ro- 'pdEF vo-teport HSU
For-,e ay R C-0-IP' remrembe from heteen. was 1[1112b F is 8co r*AREn Arr.
bodyg o, ao ors rho rd of to. himseat ol -G, aelnte CrI; I i-r no,--r, me n(Brinr), BRalieu, Livespool islBoays;

o in was r s figttang tt n Mosner.-. sico, agt ao~ i. -rt iira.i.tan T in s lond iidays; H eeen
He-,, to,"l.,anther nel-c"- o- eary J liatmt, Booea-.
firmS e s-Ito fight anbtle ruldalyO TON.Dcr- MarienRepaB_ (rent.) serop, id re4 hr 4daysJe ary.
Bat lier e awtsr hrartoibat oehisn kte)afo g oB achiaei sIlrnomb, ltlke ;e-rr on, temor;u; enanOsbornoet..
Never lives ro fight again. Calcutta, Aug26. r trnNYoh. In .Day.'lyship S ( ldersleeve, from LivorpooL
CIdaEoo esaH f d oo t ontooMolry, bYork; bar.k Velocity
isMorning, Nov. 21, the newspaper ws han- NEW ORLEANS, Dec-ANr ship olar S, Bson. ,,nl ayt-Ca-oi- terAda.PFrances ebson,Portland.y
ed to me, as usual. I sannedit over with itle In,- T Ar iD-4 1 V ti (. o itoly, BayStatera 8w York.
tret-agivew two abusive atiles, not Myentioning my JiUerewd RiaRe MCarreapione ]Bep (Brem. )HT-d 8ae molre Mazurka, Bnglay St Thma.ermls
NBl0SfTo N -lAaA ..r -In he15 y shipS drlo ,
ne, but, as I afterwards was told, as having been NEWPORT (Meroury Oioe). Dee Il-Arr bark Brothermo, ;i' r .: ,,..,.Ry sodetce, Catnote, Talia-
prepared by the clever pen of this gceat statesman Coooh, Inaa for New hIaven: brigs Orion, Pottingill, Bath 1ouh, i.a-i. N'se Ork ins Nov 22; Juothis Story, AtNv4 a,
of tine future, and present able writer, as a clm;---o, YatAs. Charieston fee Providence. Bieh, ...r. brti,..of NYort), Brown, Segua Nov 22
nmX ho e: erieeodheavy gales oniche passee, e rout aleakz it'l Cia Grtim i, trI'bttudelphio; T B Watson, ilnarikinan,
mod extinguisher to all the past, and future gl.ories h ad to throwoverheard pertof doekload oflumoee, revetisi 10: It t .lok, hle. in' do; aebhra Abby Onle, Tlibbetosi
of Lola* Monies. I wonior iI he .theought I should I ama-~s in hull, s| ars, anile, aud riggieg. Spske no date, JnkoitttNevl. i ls. mistltoand Ida de levorre ,Ittaphec-.
come downt wth a, ciol thousand or two to st0 k oa~ o~t105bin iio Lid, rmiurtt orPrlad, lzt.u. ,Il i., \--l n, to, Bakuer, Ronldouthi'; Warsh
u1uh s fortunes, aud cr,"Graoe, eraqe," T l s'yo,55 i1 tniBkr teot cob
the o~ attept li bl I ,a I ,7eeh tu5ji t lfU il.A I~r .r'u i.e. 1cc 10-Ann boric. Ose00sa, Sheldeon. ledlaseanne r k ,.(sew N''.i.i.. 5'tous, rne, of Boston). A elle'altum,d t~a~
" 9i .QrDlh? e51't n tope It may bethel lna.t On ( 't -,, ,:tls'o.. K di- l-r'tilE,rn ... ner, Pertan Prince; seisroM --
'-tot. iAits, r,'.,r .tli: F [I Atwood, Atwood, l'hllahlolphlas
Irea~nthepapnr, untilhIaw mynnme in good round Dhutr, C['.r.. a) .Nok ldshp Ctrarmer, intownn
}gls. Th wrie-lll be lntheomindsq of all the T.... itt~ N A.c: Dlns.trae, frmN'r,-etihze rr.1,' in-, Pa..r~tt.. N~olk.Wh~uit~u aud brig Bli
readers of thus newspaper of my barefiaeedhypoorc vti ,:- vi tro et, On ths ricks oppoeito the nosy yrdrt, ri-man,'I iut,e 1:-ad-'
ny and insolence., hoar this. IHive Fail O,,,,- co. 0-~t,,rbinr. Partofrher iar~oofi salt ws-c thrown Jc, eli-_Ntl u i L--('lIl Dec 45 sohs Pilot Fish, l'ioreo,
otfound me too truthtful, tho bold to say this? omrlserdni at Iateetacounto ehehadnoeboenfloatod. B--'-,,.r-t,:....lta'i-'. took. Provbdenea.
net 1 ,1mic E-Air o,' 'itmr sihis Wm Ward, MoLay, Time.r-
Has not the hypocrisy b~een On the other aide ? BU itt A RAWutetos, Beamau, of and from Norfolk for 5-- ',,.. nt, i a.c Gt atl. ("- C..,. laltiumo re;barke len,,oo-k
ofioe AlexnderDuo.awhiich put into liermuda precy to ltthunlt, with (.-hr,is, tLosi .o -.e" Dtht in'. Howard 'tort. 0,'. :inhe
Wh at weceyou thihoking ofih'etde u2s on-omaieneas~tr,beohadtanleds opre, eodhadheeuenslk- : iE-l Irln.,a ilt'ltkse t.1.tnaaae. Irig Rl ito-il, Chif-rd.
Ijerasger-, biety, acid all my friends, when you edthrroacheoutlthintt,bntut'asstiRfoundtS oblsaky. She -- t I~L Ce h e,.-" A-' .r,,. tOrvre.
t..ld n ." amy. attl~t lay inl my too g.-rc~t frauk- w-ouhd he haove down 1o dieeover the leak. I. ?.'l" IUDo.F'-.Arr D.'-.. I4 i-dc Jol'u Joeus,, Olifi,
ret. ( lii, fr.oets. yOil _knew not ut-cl Shiuley B~nte F-Ltxcolte, ol~altmmoee from Ralsg,(optrneed~~ tt'i ',, a' Nr', Y.-rk: .hi~so, Br..i e. Br,i),. Shtn.,ur. r
liedan beahe-tathi fatha ~ h very heavy ws-teahr, and losmtmaintopmitetansd .-rO I,,._ai. do. 5cl-r ['ymrreh iso-'s. ,Mr y. Lho". -a Ca ..w 1'- nt; v
ivdad ~eme--t~thi nt adgeneforttut lntaet. -li. Dali- tt. S' r S dI'-. ,t.'l. r. R..,.'-t,"-i. si'-c,,i t-dot of the world, and he had judged meat Cress Blosstvat- itoozacrt in statod to ho the 'seesol that,.e. 5 i rio .at,- Ai' I.m r-. r..~ 0 mCI,, rn n',ua
iset tone a'nypiozti I To avenge youmaim, 1 rceoo. saegot off~shssnehoroin alrlCoveaud toko to Newport, as ii-a. 0 itAe5nnm,,titsIti-
loored the W e' m an te Rihs C onve m nation too k the reported. The .ltw ootold ata itctono etho l3th, 'se on w TR, hcm,, t r, i nt, no'.. ,t,.r,n Cet--p s -rt f icrd -
bcneliofMi'sLuy toe' plnncsbone o ite, asehor itt Mackerel i'- c. ,ens,--nohm-sSop-iam -
hedoudwi nnn;It liwih ner Secten Fas.t-coe & Iflonts 'it-edt-mom Tii,in Tsie 5o.e. N5 hla;s~rie P'~1J~ r 3 B t-i,ifd ,t .'Used. hste,r.a J'-ntev-
5 oce~ itt -*i.ta aid h~it-at., rot cebih .e. cu es-no equsil l,c .Itr, ~ ri~v|. -1 !i. ui'.d. l-n %o, slI s i'" ie" ,
w sdbto osti iewat-ede f'e12thieton' i-i. lns i. t~tu.l on- ioei',iatetni ti[i.-m. Na Nmilt lttJ;T-n-'A- miss isot tar m C.,I ii ', t c.n frt
grcdb tig ntebc fanas ettioeuranoe She ,n,) ,-, .- cand taiin ito steet n Pins- toAh,,irni- ll ,nnr*. r.l our.. Ic st.c l.r. t.nd--
v],.',.~~~~~~~~t ni ,'r,i- tl iite" ,,i- ,hnr' -int O m r at t,,..o .l t.:at.[ ai'stL t aiii, tt[ r: lialt i.r 'm ,e ': l Io q'e-.
ion-h-trlg i th prnciled asI hve ai of t,,j.orsd c. ,.ntsoeehonertretre:in, and htwe otlher.'s-ceo i,,til F Itt-a.,,,on ii It .ewem-1.t.h fl-i,.' ., L-toti..=,,
M issLucy Stone nndeoher strongmmnded einlesi- lamed. Fr.,t i,-,it..b c.-.l',, It hrst, d.,P ron 1P,1. it'i "-ti. |llii-
foundtls red~oubtable m'auontieshoul~er, andas setn J It SOLtecii, whcleise'o'wo lhrr ha nl',te Bc,. is r-it, Al~cty it 5r Prtsrcd, t Ali-ir,,e. t;,apW.,, Pro-
quick as afiash of lightnEng.laid toe said whip on0th g le o pt mee.t, it..' Seon .'-t off'. sc--I as. to,,,.d Lr ito :tnet.5 lam.. lo rhalte,'. Ametir.'.a ntDai,t O'Cnt-.Otyp-.r
hisshulde~r arid head four times, on may wedo0tt o h aemu Aid,. 'e~,rc !tPor,I~lid' t Ytit, E p I i-I0.'nrry, dntrp
honor, hefonG my einemhyl)old remember that he was Scntarsater~Ssmrow Dmow, fromiiontenfocJoeksou-if4.t o.trilmtst rnnu ke..i..nEc tfraellItI, Si-siao.i. RB-in
Thelay f he olenGa e et, put into tlcaretooon jeth, with fooemast sprung, and t-.r Cr Cr .iv.ot ill .c., tl,. it'hilpe..1 a I-n Bali. t(I;,Jm
s iltn oachatir. Tewith loes of tiltS, in a lW tslo. cc-. ota' C.isik" t'l r !,ttr.. Bar ii.ut, ,, r.1i-r ,i,.: Atrsso,
Saloon was sitting on one side, a gentlemen on -Notice to Ilklerloaa. hait-i. f,,a I~tv fon hil;' a h, 'testo. Sisdl,. PhI for
the other; after having given him four good whip- iThoChiliioscaln e hUutort iivellowsatewrecked Sep14 on a t.i-i.u. "ital :rapb, IT-ou's, PLU isa nlesion --0 C.,cree-
pliugs, hs got up and sainaed himself on the most send lot in Seeton Gulf, eear MariaI tntheOitotek Sos. r'nt'e Pubro.-'m l..dT
appr ovedYankee Sullwvu princil~pes, and_.wa pro- heapn smames that beo had cruised aib over theenme E R LraNi-rme Dienk N. .oC~riaRd Wai--
paling tOgiveme, a suner in t.e eye. The spirit c~onbfr nsftand he therefore conclutdes it s-ala hbi.z suiqL:,e Lett N !crkln,roieNi.i-,torlo.?J t-
0fmyLdsh~v. sL (-t-e Skn - tiz-eeqmw ,.thtotdcreluas~ptarshushiobhet.1aoeti. lth-.Unto',u;.... ' n ,,h'ss' 5brrsaz~r h 0 I1!....ep
ten bred c'f TIish Spranish and Sneoitch,) took posss o ine lztoe.usudc' h tioe i, r. it ih-.h hiiiiNok.0mi s.eop

silanfu my ft h aid, and, on tIn t m.ost approve eJ jckrl iSnai e. -o 1hnge n been madct lb< nsl er c B'r- '-: ItsrM oYie mhs -iY.r, t '. a 'i t i.'i.
TL-n piincipls. beloic he could attain my eye, thenight. JAMES S. BIDDLE, Lighto.,a6e l osiaor. Arr 9h S.doh- aznron Urbino. I ,uvr Ve 0 ..r, S, *'
ItciIlaon W C1 iakito snone cgqI be-I eL.,I i i-, ndon, tel, I W W m.'r. tlorm. N '.i-.r
Itcc-.h hie,-n wh'.ch-ltnlnk to sn0e Licgs [ ha. eEwurelT tni AT Tr T COEZR G OOUnD 1n TOie ir..-W- to, ead.lirtpJane E 'elA.i'K Mtare Cal. bark
oaat thetime--I made a cutting impression. As l .r rTaTT. PiiI -. tri im l -y l iatetbi, Bth. hip J P Whitney, baak
Utnal, thts wonll-be gcr t shoulder strike- ended ',-rsna.t o r:oiIiui) ,,.it tes froe ithe Royal Navy W ,ii. Eree lDree-
the combat with certain abutc, of which, to do him t Mrineria 1 ao 51. b.r, PiItsiter s11 to, i4thl Ui0roi PM U in. O.ees rHidotoLh i'nd ltoa. nSf-
jastice. ho is perfect meter. Sic .tranit gloria r r. :,r."nad s ti d Iit i'tpirtr .iBen.ini..dl ooli. Orin. de A r 11 urio Slit lk.
Shi.ley. Alabl poor Yoriok, .t ,lS ti e arf.L tl.o ttmorary lht r,- 1 ishh, otha 2nith of I OtTTTSXft'TT-Arr ie 14 b rLip O ,o Alert, Vork, Pea-
o no e pt.ub er tla v y e a r w os ita t ron e l at th e C o p p e eV o uRA n d. i-e al : F TA I f l.0 tes.r0 4 C u r, l i.nt l o at .
O .-iT_ VALI EY Oun-ter isr sn-r O TiM" T SH.EtEA O ei', n m-l y 1. 1 fro-n. t. r .tor,nm ea part e.' tn F P TIi A. D-Arr c i un l.s rit s dgeI, t t'i'm ia hLe D.
Combatid-n.-Mtrie, C anes do[.id-flit, de i s : I reooe.snd tLat th ae Or the etME time has 'r'r iLe,.tev Ieil. hrIio.'l.iBohlb r NiorUt.a ieyhr
Held, do eUl, Loia Montez," and Henry Stiploy, ,tjtS IttUubit i ,undpv th iiottotr,-ter.h b 'an vears itesC.-. Vrrit.'. tlr,.
sult rlJta t. lii, ico. 1, r.11'r Uli teo.ei.iL, Clme et Sseacei Heni .i-a 5'' et:c. Iterss.
elit r of the G a.ssa 1u// / Ie fcg(rapi. TIme- tL in-.n iekln, a-t .t -sbIl midst1 .'1.treL ,l et, anh Hre'IH l.A ,>I--SId I 1 .1 o k Itamtierl'St. Pa ok'sd.
A.M., Tuesday, Nov. 21. Pla:o--G oldon d ;le 8 S ,i r ios-, ,. i. ,: oth1 aItd ,.,liaourtlnfe 5N(rtr s,an ;irsa lhre ,tr,''i. i, NY erI ik', rs .11. IlJIhII.irom
~looaG S Vsailey. Wfilkpons-Inotwie p,t nails and 1 ttc i .st-r .it snr,r,.tneor erioli ml.,r.nt.orl Mot- jh, t NVt- rt. Ai oir.
ontr. a Ion .. o r i ,"%irplatct, paitbolioal r-ltnid ori .'SAN FlANCiSCO--iotlide 22 Irlt shop Oc .A 7 role-
toLRne. l s ri u l orVn rr .m- d ts n sed 'hr. Llip ho. a I d r-S Frpi. iih OllD. htenetJutl) L.-- S ,-aDiha, .:r.
rrftend-Countcs pitching in, stiike, blows -.l ". ttol-I bart inh m, tal. i E ke ta s other Danlsh AVAN'[AII-Arr teIJl -hip. Cs Art: t.M', iC
with whti; Ship. calphes It, bota lose; Countess' t h L tIq, lcip.le l',.ll I -ec' ir' a1uL" t'dio ith t e i'..' rk bArt a I a',U,Si sidm e. 11 i, im
,=" ,, b t itPnal.h ,j eM 1. th stLton K-btorro~n. fes." I-rk bears J, nob. dre. a~rk, kTrlin 1hilurs, Irslau-
Ee3,Dd 11,1 e her offS i 5 fas bo1r1-1"or" : ml oics
eeoon~tra tw hep hin Ship iM.los hack wiath whip in . r, n,'.i- -itoP pt/d re sl ito CA t. hio'n. Q.tis ay a -rC roi1, $f ItCrp,0Uo-I- ar-sw UI T lb 1 r. 1ie,e r-oLe
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Pecd nunnd.-Countcs retlarns to the attack rinto "." acbli r.a. .T it'nm eties, Be a rott I t Iowdet, asd siS J Wor'inn Nvff N', r.N
t iie 1".i ,o it, e 4 r.1-p ror.,nd I otto m ar t aFA I'tpiT-Atr Die8 echo A Howe, Ecion, Fraftloltkh
with Letn ioniuc; SSulIp., piovukingly cool, iamoke Ifin't', ,."',;ter. 'It h. atDi.'eiermeataI)i tieat wheu fr IUt l a.
his pipeatd l.Lgsat her. c '.re r ine or I" by -,.sortlie ee i AnElAM-Arr nD 10o oab Phliedcti.',s., TroYy; Li
Third Rlugd.Coantess, urged to desperation, / eIliotete foci brlothslt'I ol IPo ..ser., ihre top1ht 1 .lotcor, IS Iork Sid.the.a'hto.oe. v.,York;slopol 8 51.uO
strikes at ship. and spits in .his la; Shlp.,mag-.ta m ee o ataCt dlot&soohole.WiLUThtin thiier l$t C do1.
no, o oto ftnt tbe dl.Ltaoeo of seven miles,. wbee the Ooatlulr it,.mt la NnhN'[Ut'-IT---id Des Iitsohi fleet-se Ann, lntdl, a ..
nanlnouly advises ne ,to so ,tan a stei aalq Of se enimto from the straight lie toreElit sJour, Barnard, b orfoLh,