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rv- iIWerftaret aeattm.
"rIt wa I M o'clock in tb afternoon of th
ftth before tbe eaebor wm hroagkt p loth
bowt, andtbeUreat lantern wm nlow) from
restraint and wlthm fifteen rolnutet af erwerde,
ebe havta la Um rowan while, lo ready cbedUnoe
tetfc halmaman directing hand, weng bar
twad round to tb eastern extremity the .
fcreakwater, Um (team wai turned on, th "-
axmary waa put in motion, ana inw v ---
rnajetrtorlly bat of tb luubnr-tb. ". ,
lag et tbe time epUndMly Ws
teat tsaraemaraJble. and the s at smooth almott
I Ui IlMebv
time tbe eontieeed "
bridge, ror Kin toon
(wera course, 10 or
fur clearing Portland bill
bot erowrteemme; part Lulwnrih and farooto-
atiiserty direction, working round gradu- I
. w v eatABia nA haaa eaeaw in nanai in a
At thU Um lb paddlee, which bad two firm
noted at 6 revnlutlieM per minute, had Increased
to II. aid tbe screw, which had been prevtout-
Ir counted at 2C im lo aod so. aod later in
tie evening to St lbe Mart light was psaaed
at fcU, and th day atone at 11:90, the speed
of tU vessel Wl now, Ml' -ok. "'.
which, from eoBrtderatkiM of aafcty, wat raiber
Jnned than Incrraaed dorlug to. remainder of
(benight. About I o'clock in tba roi.rning.an in
JihoToMiirrad whle -as very naarU being at
tended wfib aarioo. If Dot fatal ronoqacca.
Tb laokoat at tbe h wi anniunod a lightebead
oa tb iUrboard how, bu tha man bote d JIT
l wu to per 1 lbe we'd on from him to tha offi
cer of tbe watch, carrlcMlr tung out, "Light on
ih. t-rt how " t)f course It wat known that
from tb coorr of tb hip wa Herring tb
ooV light that ceold le sewn niuti b that
ofrowie reesel coming on In tha otitrary
direction, and tha order wa Immediately
given to pot up tie blm, m aa to avoid
(tr. Lockilr a gentlemaa on deck detected 1 ha
error, and et'onee communicated it 10 tha officar
WBA m Mwlsp on tha aifiaa'a to tb luau at
tbawbaeL 1h bmhwi ordr waa Hji'anlly
ciren, and tba brim wm put hard op oa tha
otbar aid, but only In juit rnfGcwnt time, tba
TtMvI, which proved total nboo'r in full
nail, puaiie tb Mgrhlawli bin taw than a pis
tol abot. At dajbraak on Sunday mnrnuifr, tba
:iUnd't End ai pawad, ai.d at ha'f-pwt 8 A.
H., tha Dwbop'i Liik', h dil , af'r which, dar
ing tba whole Sunday, until toaarda aiai.lnr
DOlaadwMWol. ... .
A faw houn l-r.r daybreak, on Sanday
morr.liv lha Una Fji-t-m pn tb firat Indl
citka of b on lndnencoil br tha m itlon of ih
area. IMIertotbera bd bru not tbaalight
rat ootioo all bar In tba form of pitching or rtl
inf. bat atx ut tba tima aba panned tha Uiard,
thoawaohd rrtlrrd to thair caUoa which of
conraa Ire tided all tha Luo-nut Ica'a wer
anirwd from tneir a'rap by a ena'bl uodUatlon,
whict roqalred lo torn irmiauoaa h I'lif K on in
ordar to bold In, and, rno- or Ima, from tbia
Um acUl vary oar tba and of tb toyaga
tba mutlin of lha ablp lnf.rmel tbuaa whom
aba aa cam Injr that ab waa not exaclly a pet
Uoa of terra jfnwi, batcuuld mil and pitca If
aacawary, accordJoft to tba Tarring dream
ranratof wind and ware-) tba mntkiu, h warar,
abbongb tufliden to occasion dinaraaabl ra
colia tain or to aaa, waa inTariahly con
aaaraUy kaatUnin tba U'Katt ahip w had
laaaaBuat in bfir, and of cuoraa frraatrat
VDcSUa ablp waa beinK "pot about" or whan
mreilrit ero curtenn am. brary aaaa. It la
at iroly nerratary to add. that bar aieadiajt aail
ins it aaln tb iod, and that hrr nnateadiert
pUolhwi a tba wind at right anglaa to her
etaraa. Tbefintaxperliieni of nalnKaaila and
aaamtoaethar wan triad, fin', lha atayaall
tu attoatbcfiamt of tba aix maaia, or, aa
It la now cbrUtnotd, tba itayaail mt then fol
lowed tba unrttCng of the tryaa'l, and
aiL-0(Btly rba trynlli wera act In
gccal opon four of lb other masta,
li., the frrtmaat, tb main mit, tba mlzun,
and tb lUtnt, or atarnmual nut, At rrd
anted Um euVct waa nuicatorr,w hich l iulTiUant
ly aoaonntad for by tba fact that the wind,
which, waa blowing firth, a It bad beaa all tb
morninir. waa dine uuoo tba atarboard beam:
bat In etead) ing tba raaat, and putting a atop
to tha ic4)lnfrUi4),. tba roault wai not only
aatMactorjrra)at Itutantantout. Proliaoiy, lo
nvtlalic taoaa, tb brat a,ct tba TeM pra
anU la tb Ttow f rom item to itirn when all
tba aalla ara tat. Lat Samlar tlM-.r wai too
ranch wind to allow the t"paJi to ba nofariad,
tba tall, taiaaing inaitt Handing in lloa, thalr
capaaoua taut luocaaaing earn ouiar in tne mutt 1
xact and ijmmatncil regularity -and belli Ing
out with tbe breeie, wag aoaiethlng beiuuful.
DraVrtunately, no oppjatunlty wai aff.e-ded of
ajaaonuoaveij, uv w 7" J"
testing tba aaim of tbaaails adding to tha I
,w 1 A 1 1 A i .k t,l
IUMOI Krwa, ihiiuiu ieoiuK uuilll hue WUI la I
f tb rifaxiijai Toy an oufaro'abla and motty
efaaaaJtjicalDit tbe leeael'a lourw. Tbe COM of
IreltsttVlrufit lighted at 4 1'.. Sunday, aod
th who! mn from Portland to th Old Head
of Klneale. a distance if 300 nautical, or 300
atate mile, wai made, under tba circutnitan
ceaofwiad and weather aJria.lv described tha
ana pao.ua enginea wiaklng togatbar, but ,
... . - . i
at tar iaae loan rau preaure, tne tpewi having
been tnrrpoealr kept iliwn during the nbzht-in
iaae loan roil preure, the tpead having
24 boon, or at an averse ned of about 13
knots. Iba hliheat rata of speed wai atuinsd
dufaig tb but fir houn of thli portion of tba
voyige, ra tb couree of wbkb Unott wera
ns over, giving-an avoiefca patellar hour for
m awraai raw iraciion orvr nl -in accouv
pUhWl9aala rkebfpAl Ih MvvlutlonaoC(li .
MOllVkaali koaasad Jo 11 per ufUiute. and of.l
L. ewa ..... ...1 '. m- 1
the test abould Ucluil a trial notonlr of tha
.a 'a .. . r . " - - a
lfjl1 Itknliialak trial . i.ala a Kaa I"
two different classes of engtuei working la unl
OB, wilh aad without the tails, but if each en
fEtaa aavarately, unaided anilaliod by the sail
ing power but aoma miaunderetatduis ordiff.
ranoa between tba engbieais, and tha
aaQlng captain, or between th enul-
awart axd the managing dlrectora, upon
tba aubject if lul.iiity, prevented tbia. lluth
U. kcaatxi. and Mr. blame, It la iaU,jhjectl
to tSaconLac. tb-lr eairluei when rwaueeieil 10 do
an, oa tba ground thit bot h pasUl and acrew
wera Intended to wt ik toiretb.nr axtd nbl saparataA
ly, and LLa oiiuwiuuioy erf Ibr ul)astkon waa
that A)a opaxirrunVy tif ftarrylng out xpori
nrentt which, U rucoeibful, would UOiUntion
abhr IncraaM tba onnfidenc of tb pnblic in tha
ship, waafor tU moment lrU Towards even
ing tbore who conducted tha wotklnir of tha
aciea arguiee inlluiaiod tbelr coaxa't to the
Conner t to iliA
KF1RI1 1. tllvlni. Id., n.l. I. a fn.mil .f.rll..
t- . '- vm mi- ,v - .v..... w--uva-
Uon made to Um, the helm waa put about and
tb direction of lJoljhaU,ber a mod being pur
poaelr lowarW4Vfiom 0 1 o i klmv. huud iv
ingbt and Juimitr fonnuun era n it ke.1 b ,
a auuog g--arwn. ana- narwr-av. aa. mpinlad
z , .. - r..i . . .
7TJ5 T3i "Ti'k . . "" "l'm i eniatlcal prlta, learhetl bow to learn, and ra
UatAOilwit.tacbanwrf. ll,r an orpor- i tufrwl i,,,. U, ji. In 1822 ho wat apprea-
weav'Lcr, and moat ciedltaUy to ber-alf did
ana cmm out U th trial. Tear. h exposed to a
ae which CMBpat! eanal'.er vt-i weabiUl a
r --- -..
raaaocaUe prour.ki tf their kiaii, tb mxeM)
oa board the Ureal EAUtrr. wai waroaiy avvf
than percefiUa, there beia.' tx. dlCtaU in
walking in deck at aay pn 1 , tnw f. It U
but fair to add tbxt tbe" wnl at; bar ki ksr
favorit point, vli ai.i vellh mlc
better weather, ti. rjaarawx tt. j.. ,
wcaaioa a fevoriiaa-M fur acrli Axuiv f
bbebanreinaxawemuru Winsv. ii-iwu'
VilffiLil f J'JtflJZZ?
aaaayaa ial fi'iw IniMlarsledand th. an.
tin aWM Mtxa u, rr.a avgMim mi or their
iiOamw taakl iwtfMwiU laaaa'irety luom.
ya laaigi4 At vf ludglng how far
tGum J ik-mijim $m (-'4 i,r oif inning
Saaawrjliuf iaaww .tfl t I'ae'f thruitrli
aaifawttlaavf if a-WlW,'ta) tdiar wdghl ! dla
itaia'l i iiawu t ai r art wrlavMita wblab ha1
Seat.aatlaA s-al J Um ynnimt day'a pro
ajnawa v a Aar aaaatite tvwari a laa straw
aMaaaWM I II I ta1l I trkad. fX Vflifa
ftawar a taai , e, Ai tlm Ibadlf
t aaeaiwtaarieM tie lAwfltal veWa
.. . g-y, 4-i.-ai....si llUdataiJe wllb
VTbai(t sdTWeAaa, A Mf aa av IW Um fsswll
aaaei(aiaaawif af a4faWr f yimm in lb
aweiH)4M( U yMm I IU (-
awahMaii(uws ai agataa Ut,
MtoBCt. a aaomtaa k, eat 'iu sayVtV 4va tb
antft ax ta rare Jij.. itn t kawr wlib lb
aaaaw taad afctitaagjreiif I le aaiavad at tb
""'"" MW tw ItakMstakfl
tJbdiaputed, 1 1 being now too late In Ike lUy to
XtwruTMita'lie fatlW. UottLaad bartaa- wai
da,and 1U fWp dnprad ber amber iulU
1? Vru,8,.i:,wUu tba cruise
UouaAl to a cbaM.
-nr. regard u be gineral reaulU It
V, e?7 lri eltbawgh the Ureal fju
IT i. . "e eipec-Ulloul
".M3!Jtr!,Mf'a-'.tU'werkUaarrjl tUlin of
nm, vow wax im -anua- a.- taxa war' Iliinaltabain biUway. waa
AeauaaJaVbad wl:Lia fru luka we. Latu. i f?. ZTT. ArJ5r.' V' t.
laaaaiaavt aBawaa ta .t.. i- .i. ...i. .y.i
- - - -7 - - .--".,. wf iMit,iiin im 1. aawl Off a O0l OI l.ienjaur laa iitpawn
ialllvlj tVa" "- wa.M - X JJar, ao-l ndloaoplli al ItocUtr. Ilaalde.1
aaatT tiAtbVilaaJr'L L "T W l-'Tutfbinu U, blav.tlgai.. at Tauarilfe.
,Al j.i . V0"' '"i" "4 t. j, Tas an bararary but acilva mmUr tb
II or 11 1-7 luota aa UM waa ares. phaUd by iji, .m ... ib,t fL-Ulr. a eaaaibar n lb
taa2r'?vlTa,a- . lUf i4 lU t , U ,N(ft , ii7 ,A fragrant
41 Uf Irtvii,
oactailoiia of luanv
pvbit Vf anted, bt
barnlf arm la that par-
Ucalar aamnd to no reeaal ailoat, while
a eomfonaola, aafa, and tboroortlT efficient
aaa-boat, tba haa do aqaal, or nthtr lb will
bare no equal whaaTlha work at raatoratlon,
now rapMlw tvr-dK, la o phtad, and eon
minor a oP. bai th "
vory oaivntlal, mattara In referanc to to com
fcHitbapaaoiraTiaraearridOQt. (ran In
ihamattarofapaed, there bt no raaam to doubt
Lhai I he maximum of II V knota aha maintain-
' ad dorina th fir houn of tb rnn from Tori i
land to Kbuale may not, wben tba working of
tba wbol of tb machinery la In the henda of
and actbg under tnaordere of and In harmony
wiib the cmmader ft lb ablp, be eoarartad
Into the rnlrlmora 1 but If It enld ba only tba
aranure. It wUI ba no eltebt adrantair to Tiara
meant of ernmer.hM'l.io bringing New kork
I, hin i,hi nl auarter diri of Ixmdon. aid
dome Idea of tba eacl'rment which tba arrival
of tba great iblp In lluiynrati Harbor haa created
In the manufacturing oiatrlcta mar Im fbrmed
fi m tbe fact that tba Loadn a'd Northtarn
(Vmiant bar given notice of rnnnlng no leaa
than twent exruralon traina a day from differ
ant tartt of lb country a Cheater, Manches
ter, Dirmini ham. endotberauf tb tblckly-pop-nUud
town within their j iem of commui
cation over the Cbeoterand )ioy band Una to tba
point or attraction, the fare to lie uda free ed
m'wlon on board tb ahlp, while tba proprletreM
of tb koyal Hotel at Iloiybead haa, from
the number of application upon tha remurce of
a br no mean unajl boteii, found It ncee
ftt to Intimate, In proalnent black and
white, that tbe U under tba disagreeable n-
cewily or charging 10 a nlgbt for the pri i'ege
of tieepirg under her roof. Cot. tjnd-m Sevi.
lbe London llrrald t tbe 11th Inat., aayt I
It wUlbelnterpatliigtotbe nuMki to lasrn when
the On at -atm In ernect. d to leara Uotyheayl fur
Fmtiand, t. B 1 101 ebatited from apeclal lnfor-
IUStli. toaar that tb-Q'leen'i health will ba drunk
Ob bard tlio ship on tTtetoiaadar, at ber pre nt
anchorage. Tlxar, therefor, who en'JrtpatfKt r
IngaYuleTlalttotbUr frlenda or acqiiantaooea In
the At ante BUea must make up their mlnda to go
by the Ciinard Una or atar at borne. Why it baa
Un determined to put off tb departure for so long
a tlror. It la ImpraolMa to aayi the pnwpaot of tha
balr crowns of ilia Lencaahlre wiiohea and tha York
ablra yamnen may bare eoniettilLg to do with It.
Ti-eeanM ou refiiaideiit. after dweUisg iiion an
alleged jealousy brtwean tbe raakera of tba two ants af
ei'a1nea,iatB-.TMawliln"t hagot nd of until Hr.
M'Uxiu takes charge of both engines, wbloh he
wUI cattaloly do on tb ant to j age, whan I bare
very tittle doubt from three to four knota additional
erred wta be secured. It la Intended br certain nar.
aooa to protest against this trip aa a trtai, from tha
refusal of tb builder U dlaoonnect tbe engines, or to
Cut on tha boilers a pressure exoeadlng ) la. In
ile ease the eonaarrnaDt lawsuit will be one of the
moat Interesting In tba aunale of KngUsh Jurispru
dence. Ameer Hirer Intelrtgeare.
Tba San Francbco Times of tb 6th Inst., pub
lishes IntaUIgenea from tbo Amoor Elver to U
Tb Russian Ooremment waa preparing for tha
eonatruction of a large fortreea below the aattlamiut
of tiiouka-Isa, tur wbtob Irequunl supples K ammu
bits 11 aod malsrlal of all ainda ware arrtrlng. A
portion ot tbe armament waa to ba thirty-all guna
with which tba Ruaatau float racaped from Fetrapau
looaki durtiif tba Urtmean war. Tne attention of the
guTenuuenl fur the last rear haa been earnaatly dl
acted towards tncrvaauig tha mlhtary and naval
Importance of this key to tba aastarn entranoe to
tbiar ABsOo f ai anfupa, and aJsj to eaoouraga
tbe euDCMnaal aaJerprlaaa which bar entered
there Moianfak is situated 00 the northern bank of
the Amtor. and oontalna aoma 1 000 loneultanta, lo
ch dibg soldlaia, gotrarnmeat offioer, oonrlcta and
ftlguere. At Una town tba government bai eraotad
a huge machine atxrp and foundry, tba works for
which of every klLd ware made at rnlladalpbla, at a
oat of over tSOOOOOt and there ate no ororfM)1)
tof.1 of American made machinery Uudad and undar
cover, awaiting tho oonetnictiou of the UiiiaUnga, on
wlikb great nuiubaia is Huaalaa laborers are em-pk-jed
The grnateit favor la abnwn to Amertoane,
wbuas cntanmsaa ait uoouragsd. and who till everv
pWlMOU Itt MM, HSUS ITlUiUlg VtOt
....... .T -t- ... li - .1.1.
, tongmet rs, a a, a. a.
Toe American Uorunu. air. u. u
Nicobafik, baring lutcly arrived there from Do Oaa
tie'a Hay, in tha OuU of Tartan, la the bark lien-
ring. The hark baring been oonatgnod to bun from
II aton, he bad vlalUd ner at tbe bay, and gone up
tha river in her. boa waa loaded w oh a Dsanaae
snrfad cargo. Tbe Uat log was to unload, and pro
end wtth all dla etch to Ban Frauciaoo.
Our informant state that last fall an American
wbalethip was wrecked In tba Ucbotak 8 ja, oa auch
Immediately dispatched assleiaoce, had tha ahlp-
wncaea ine Druugni w niaouMiaa, woara tney
ware etanioriauy aouaan ana lea anrug us wauier,
aad In the following spring aaut away In aaAmarl-
can woaieatiip. Tneea inaianoaa w air, man are not
nufnauaiit. and Uiuatrat th onrdlal faaung of Ui
V?Zi',"f?i7 TJ.rrrrLT"" ""
auanam w-wm i nai am,m,ii ..
A Rwaaian Beet, otualstlng of tha ateamera Haa-
Joor, Vlarudo, Aikold, Piaatoon. America. Oreed'in,
aodJaneee, had baaa at Nkmaa'ac during tha
auoiuer, bnt most of them had sailed for tbe ouast of
Jspaa before tbe Ix'wla larr laft th Amoor lUver.
The Aiueiiua, Japanraa and Manjuor war buut tor
the Ruaelan govemtnent In tbe United State.
Tha tnahlua ahtiri and foundrloa which are rapid
ly gt tng up at NkotJaefsk Indicate a determination on
ir at axasx uu mm 1
tL.irtoi thaBuaaiau Uorarnmaut to make (bat
liaua a prumlnant oueumerolel emportum. To tbia
and tbe? are employing Amenoan skill and acienoa
ilaua a promlu
andanouutagUg tha ojiarailona of our euWnrMng
dtlaena, to wLotn Ba)Clel favor a are eatrndrd. Tbe
atanjorandjapaneacoueuuiiiun. 1 imw maower
la Biwton, were oadad with meohanloat Implement!,
machinery and general industrial metarule, and
other cargoee were expected from Burope. Bugular
oommujuoeuoa m maibiaineil aaro amoana, i vaeu
the Amoor oountrj
that aha 1 tend to I
ouuntry and Bt. rvtarabarg, via loe great
uoverumeul KJaaa Mgai oi noiaiug
ettengtnen their power on the oon-
.o A, whtheylntend.rur.tha.iu,
atalUl lrtrl flanill tafatl fj OTatr Ilia. I llllllaTJal ininunr.
"". . . " " ..
TUi dealra leads them to eneoureoe tba Immi
gration of Amerloan uechanloa, and to assist our
euuntrytnon whenever actloab.e. Not only Oov
emor EoaAasrrroB, but N. A. IIitiovo, (Jblef of
tbe am Department, extonda all aid to American
Death of a Colrbrmted Bagbarcr.
Eobxkt Srgruuiso!!, th eminent ngtnear,
died on tb 12th Inat. In London, aged t J. lie
waa born at VYilllngton, oiorthumberUad, Dec
16, 1HU3, waa aaot to school at Loni; Boltun, and
In 1811 4aoed with Hr. IlitcCE at Mecastla.
lie toon ebowed a taata fur mechanics, and be
came a member of tba Newcastle literary and
rblloeopblcal Institution, from tb library of
which be took booka toitudy over wllb Ait
faibirat home on Saturday aftarnotna. Tba
bar. Wm. Toaaxa, ona of tba HecrelArlea of IhU
I i..-.i.-.t.... tj-.ii.i.-
1 . ..
in 1810, bawaaap
Woou aa a coal-viewer.
and mad himself acquainted with tba
machinery f coalmining. In 1M2U, bit father b
cam able to aend him to Edinburgh University
fur a tingle tendon. Here ba attended tba lee-
turea or Dr. tiers on utiemlitry, Bit Joan Lea-
I UK oil Vatural I'bliuaoiiby, ahd l"rof. Jajuxaua
on (jaology and Mineralogy. Ue gained a oath
on Ueology and altneralogy.
bit health falling In 1824 ba went to Mouth
America to alanine gold and silver mines. lis
was recalled thane br hla father, anil eih.l
bar i 1b December, 1S17. lit now took an
ec'iie (Art In tbe diicuiebn of Iba aaa of
lucunotivit on tb Liverpool and Had- j
theater fcaJwey, aod aldad bit fat bar la
the ovjrvir- of tb mcceaaful engine, '
altr-gk. b gives tbe crwlit of tbe tuba
vUf bvar to Ui fa-.bar and Mr. Ilraat Umqtu. '
llewaJMXtatapa yec o a branch of that red-
- Yt-4. m l ... Uk.Ujl k.
"i". T V" :-Tt7 rJLV.n I
kailwav. aodo to comoUti,-. . f
th Loadou '
at pumtadlla an
il. .-tt. i. t
KTf.r year, from 1XH to 18M. He daroUj
...-.. .i..-.. i..-....-,. in it. I,-. .. .
anvj. and altar taja waa artgagwi on many
Iuiof railway, but be waa moat remaikabla
f .rlLa ixi'beai of avme of lbe projecle, tuth '
as tbe hifcb lei el biklg oiar the Tyn at I
NrwcaaXlr, the tUlnct oier the I weed
alley at ltcrrkk, and tba Brlttannia
Tntular lltiJga over tbe Menal btrait, a '.
oiwniun ike noieity or whkti wai een
ims-a itrlking than III magnitude. ThU waa
o ei.wl In IkWi. IU was also consulted at to tha
IWigUu Hoes of railway, a to a line In taorway
lri w ran I :iu let lania and Lata Mlneeu, for w hich
lf(Mw thallrandCriaikof tbe Order of bt,
OUf, and aa In tU railway between Florence
al IghIi. Ha vlaitait atwltierland fa the
same Miiiaai. Ha datlgnnl and waa construct
lAg; it VlCorla tubular bridge over th Ht
fearer, tiaar M'Mitraal. It U not long ilui-e
M ivlupUiail tballO iiillae of railway between
CaIto and AlaaandrU, wlh two tubular brldgei.
Jla waa lalaly tonttrucllug an unuiaiiM limine
aaruM tb Nil to rahlaoa lb alaain ferry. Ilw Mas
theee lalaert b tiM laien mem bar of Parliament
turn Wtlily, In Tiifkahire, tinea U47. In Mi&
a . . ... . . . .a,..'.. ,.j, ii. I....
.kilu a irwaein 01 imai, aiui 1a saw i i"
detliiKd an ofTvria' knighthood In Ureal Urltain,
lie waa also lb author of a work "liu lb Ia
'isaotlia hlaaan Kugliwj " and another "On lb
AtirKpbrlo Hallway HysUw," pubUabad In
quarto by Wan.a.
I t train I Uibarartar, tbe London j'Vmai ptsese
tba following aalogtum 1
irtaai 10LI euaiiai orbjiir rroia in rraoca ii"
irhUlnaawDlUWIsswWln til rJj-fon, I
waa great, and lha m. w 7eniJrat a b ad-
for tha oMlor. of old frlenda arho had bean
kind to him m early Ufa, sanding them to the beat
Ktroiaand rrarldlng for them with oharacterartic
srnarmrir- Hat own ptiplla regarded him wtth a
Z.4 tJ aMrwhln, and tee number of men ha onrna-
to tha Kririeniion SchoiJ who have take very high
rank Is their peculiar walk shows how suooaaaful he
was la ma iyKm or irainlof, and how strong waa
the Ibrce of but example. The feeling of hie friends
aad asarlette waa lot leaa warm. A man of
Vis staii deal Judgment and tha strictest probity,
with a nob a beert aad moat ginlal manner, he won
tb ceundeuce of all who t new him, aod perbapa
lo all ImaVa there were not more pleeauit
ooclal gebertnge than those which were to
lie fuid In hla Iioum in aloeeaisriuara, b himself
bslDg the life of tbe iiarty. Without a ark of pro
fmtka a' lealouey in kia own nature, he an liked by
all tal.MlowengiBeara, if they did not know him
enmHantry to t him affectkaii and we do not be
lieve that even ti oaa who bad tbe moat rase m to wUi
him out of tbe war. etich aa the nronnarra t4 tha tu
Canel, whlcb be etrenuaumy oonoaad. ever bora him
any 111 will Ha has passed aval, If not very fun of
years, yet very full of h'nore the creator of publo
works, a benefsctor fcf his race, tbe Idol of hi frlenda.
The Steamer New World Sunk.
HlPrOSED I.OHM OP MFK.
rartlcalara af thai Ukaaatrr.
O.v Wednesday evenlnp, about 7 o'clock, at
the steamer New World waa pasting up tba Hudson
Blver, on Ha way ti Albany, with about SOD aaen
gert and a huge quantity of freight, and whea near
ly oppnelt Fort Washington tha alarm waa given
the engineer, by tha pilot, to back water. Tha engt
neer, who waa outelde of his room, ran Into it aad
reversed the engine suddenly, which waa followed
by a trrmendooa .crash In the machine room. Da
fore an examination oouid be hut, a great volume of
water wea discovered nothing Into tbe lower ealdnt
from tba engine room, filling tbe boat ao fa.t.tnet tba
paaarngera bad tartly time to escape, btfore the up
jaror main cabin and nmt tier f of state roomi rere
aubmarged to tbe d pth it five feet and a ba'f. Soon
after the accident tha alarm waa given by ringing
tbe boll and blowing the steam whistle, creating tha
greeteet oonstaroatloa among tba passtngora,a num
ber lumping overheard, who wera afterwards re.
I cued. Othera secured a Ufa boat, which was dls-
eoverau miaini away oouuiuun, ana wee epeeauy
dceerted. I'ortunately, a steam tug paaalsg at the
time, veered around and took on board a portion of
tba terrified passengers, and aubeequeutly, tha
edioontr Jack Downing, of New Brunswick, a canal
Una freighter and coal barge, earna eloageld, and aa
ru tr aa can ba learned, all tbe passenger wera rot
cued by them. Shortly after the alarm, the donkey
enginea wera set at wcrk to pump tha water out, but
they made no headway, and In about twenty mhv
utos tha beat sunk, leaving only the hurricane deck
It la said that the colored wallers told tba lire pre
eerrer at a price ranirmg fioea fifty eente U four
dollara. A lady rushet! to oaa of tha waiter and
eelJ, " For Ood'a take give me Ona of tha life pre
server!," to which be npUed very turllly that ah
oould have ote for fifty cot nothing leas. Among
thoae who Jumped overboard waa an old lady and an
old gentlnuan I both weia reeoued j tba latter waa
hauled up by a pole.
A lady endeavored, to Jump overboard from tba
upper deck, but fall agelnat a tall, and knocked a
gentleman overboard, who waa rescued. It U ra
mmed that a kllssTrxsxx,aneloeof aafr. Moaoiw
Uoaiasow, and a man, name unknown, who was In
toxicated, In tha vicinity of tha bar, art lost 1 tba
latter waa warned of tbe danger, but It waa unheed
ed by him.
Tba alarm waa rung by tka pilot for tha Engmee'
to back water, for tha purpoee of permitting a
schooner ahead, to run out of tha way. Tha enginea
were rereraed suddenly, causing a strain on tb gal
laws frame, oa which tba walking beam worked.
It la supposed that tha gallows trainee gave way
first, about five feet from the apex, tha eupport of
tha walking beam, throwing th entire weight of
tb beam upon tba rod connecting It wtth tba wheel,
crank, causing the rod, which waa nkA Inches thick,
to snap n& at tba terminating pout of tba beam.
Tba balance of the connecting rod, probably twenty
feet In length, attached lo tha crank, waa, by
tba .otlon of tha paddle wheel, thrown
outward with gteat fore Into, th front mala
cabin, tearing tha rt.t!on and flooring, and perfb
rattaig tba bottom of the boat at each turning of tha
crank, through which the waUr came. It It tm
poalble to oonctr what might bare been tba terri
ble remit of tbe accident, If tha piston and two other
rods oa tba opposite tide of the connecting rod that
waa broken, bad given away Instead of beading, Aa
It waa, tbeyere bent Into nearly a bow-like ahepe
and ttnad to bold tbe walking beam up, which If It
had fallen, being Imuieoatly heavy, would have caua
td a bole In tba ta M an of tha tteamar which would
have sunk It Instantly.
During the night tbe tide dueled the steamer from
tbe place where tba accident occurred nearly up to
Yotikere, and during yesterday the tide floated her
bask again to the acene of th disaster. Captain Bt.
Joita came to this city jeeterdayi the engineer,
steward, two pilots, several other officers and the
crew remained on board. The eehooner Daniel Bands,
of button, Capt. tJaaaun, tba steam propeller and
lighter Alpha, of New York, were, yesterday, receiv
ing baggage and freight from tha New World, dur
ing lew tide, whlcb left tba main deck only covered
by about five feet of water.
Two learners, the W, O. Putnam and tba Colum
bia wire attemjtlng, yesterday afternoon, ti tow
ber, during high tide, towards tha western there,
wbei e, at low tide, it U euppooed tha greater port!
of the freight and bagga,! can be removed.
Tie apptai at ce uf the Raw World, Internally, aad
externally, cV notes that tha greeteet excitement must
have ptevautd amocg tha peseengcre. In all parte
of the Uat and tn tbe statu-rouma, are found ladles'
bonnets, hoope, night caps, rettculea, shawls, night
dreeate, ahoea, galteia, geutlemena' over coats, bats,
atiawla, etc-, and broken crockery, chairs, lamps, and
furniture generally are aoaltered about prouiUou
ouAy. The waltert were busily engaged yesterday after
noon In clearing up the firat tier of state rooms, re
moving the wet Dmattreaaea and bedding. It U
elated that three men managed to secure to
tuemselvee a small Ufa-boat wit a one oar, with which
they landed at Washington Heights, where two of
them remained at night In an Irish ahanty, whl'A
the third remained at the bouse uf a Mr, Cirmaoin.
Tbe lose I the People'c line will probably ba not
laa than one hundred and fifty taooeand dollara, In
cluding tha otag of reiielrlcg the boat and the Indem.
nitytotheownaraffthefnagbt. II la said that M. 000
worth of tieigbt tiAtad off on Wedeaaday Bight,
and waa sailed by the river shark or pirates
The w Iduw of Isaac Kswtow Is aaid to be tba larg
est si are owner uf ILie boat, owning (TO.OOt of tha
tuck. It Is thought that tha executor of tha New.
ton aetata, Mr. Kxlum, baa tha amount nearly
owned by Insurance. It U aaid that Mm Ntwrua
waa on board at the tune of the a-ti-n, Alau,
thai TbtbvO Ween waa returning to Albany 00
btr, frcm this city, and. In bis baste to leer the
tint tug ship, lust bis bai.
The note name areOeoaoi Latnxa and Jaooa
IlllT. the engineer1!, la Jnu at Ilooa.
TU cause of tbe accident was, undoubtedly, the
decayed state if tha wood ownpnalng the gallowe
franie, which was ckaiiy of not suftVoieut etraugth
to endure aay aevere etrain. A new pUton rod and
walking beam was paced In the New World last
Meaauraa wii be linmedlatelr takeu to raise and
repair liar for aervloe again, until which tune the
llehdrtok tludanw will run In her pUoe.
It la luiaeible to give a ooiravt Uit of tin asen-
germ, aa the aanger Uat Is submerged with tbe
vowel, end after getting tu shore, the luuet of thoae
on board dwpereed In different directions. A Hrttuo
of thoae aavixl by the burner Jack Downing, held
a meeting at tlie FreUlu llouee, Yonkers, and waaed
nsuliiUoiiaeipraaelvt of their gratitude aad thanks
lo U.J and the euboouer Jack Downing, for tbelr
aate delivery from the watery element. To the cap.
t.in and crew of the Utter, they backed up tUlr r.
a-siiUaatbyaaubautpUulutUatian of ITS, raised
Af laat aciount,, th, N,w Worij ,tln u
much hi the la.o. ,.nu, M wu. th teMn fl
ooaurred. Bho wea n.elw , Utile and fastened by
taatqra. Baverat eteaoi tugs and a Urge number of
wen ware aniagad la atliuilag to relaa her. Ai
fereeeeo-rtained, m Kvee .were loat, and tba'eooi.
jaugr believe no on waa injured The paaesugers
be eauevly gene their way by other oouvtjaaoea.
Uavlng Instructions aa to UM manner 14 forwarding
tlielr lauigase. Two baggage erstae have beau
that la, crates golr beyond Albany. Out pasMager
bad two brse filed wh valuable book, which are
nearly ruined. A load of baggage la lying at tea
ofae of tbe People's Una, feet of Courtlanll etraet,
and tha company U destrwo that aO pareonawbo
here left any thin r aa board, aball aaO at thalr office
and detail. Kverytbmg, of aouraa, la wet, and a
good deal of the valuable freight on bowTlle enee.
quently more or U Injared. The mjury to tha
steamer U not ao great aa waa at firat auppoaad,and
It I expected that In a few daya tha men angagel
will have succeeded In plaolng her on the dry dock
for repeira. She wilt act ma again this fsfl.
Trial af tbe FUlbaalera.
Tba examination of tba charge againtt Meatrt.
pATaotig, MaeRT.AXDaJUOs and (tan-r.Fhar.
ad with preparing an expedition egalnit tba titata
or nepubiic 01 Nicaragua, or aoma other bta ae,
with which tba United but are at peace, In
loll t Ion of tha neutrality Law, waa commenc
ed at aw Orleaot on tba 17th in it. There waa
I.i. MA tl. .,,..!. MM. A.. ,I.mI.I ..h.-
ioseil rnoatly of the Mend and tympathliart uf
inenuousttri, woo nave participated largely tn
tba itlrring erantt and perUa of WALKRA'a ear
etal enterprise In Nicaragua.
Capt. FATtot'X la a small, handsome, wiry,
tailor- coking voting man, a native of thit city,
of Creole blood. He U a abarp, qnlck and ttga
clout gentleman, and it tb tarn officer who
rforuied tb gaiUnt exploit on Lake Mcaragua
(f blowout op tba principal Teasel of tba Nica
ragua, armed with Urge canonnt and a force
of aereral hundred nation and totdiera, with a
little tchocner of leaa than a hundred ton.
Capt llrjinr Maoat, of Mobile, a fine look
I'Kycuog mtn, of tbe dUtlngnlshed Virginia
fimily of Macria, ia the daahlng officer woo,
lo command of the vessel which carried WaLXXa
out of Mobile on hi but expedition, mcaiied
from tb V Ited Satei revenue cutter and ta'elr
landed Wai.kxr's party.
Cilonel Frahk AJiiiitnaov U a tall, military
look lug young nan, of very lmpieasire bearing,
tb tame who, wllb a small party In advance of
Walker' main force, took tha Fort CaaiiUo, In
tb butt expedlt on, which ha waa afterward
compelled to evacuate, on account of tha capture
of VY ALRtR'a rty by tba United btatea rural
force under Commodore FaCLMao. Colonel
Ahlrraoh came Into Court with a trailing face,
bearing a bnge bouquet preoented to him by
tome lady friends on but war to th Court, and
which be quietly detiMlted In a tumbler on tb
Captain 8roTT la another of Walur 'a rete
erana, aedaie, grave-looklngyoung man, whoa
acta have proved what bU countenance Indi
cate tbo ineaeatlon of decided military tal
ent. Capt D. r. Ittiror, being sworn 'foe tha Vnlted
Btatea, testified that be wee the captain of tbe tow.
boat Panther t that on the Id eg October ha took on
board the Panther, al New Orleans, one of the par.
ties charged that raveoci, Ajmaaeoa, Marat and
Boot? came on board Somewhere near the Powder
Ilwias, ten ml lee below the city, and he took them
to Fesi a 1'Oulre 1 he landed them at tha requeet uf
Cap. Favantix 1 a crowd, not rery Urge, came on
txaud at tbe aamo time and place arrived at fhe
Paaae a routre al eemn o'clock on Tuesday t the
men went aahnra at tba onahyard, eoroa three or four
milt below tha telegraph etaoon they remained
there enma fire or six hours I thence touk them to
tbe telegraph statu), where they remained an hour
or ao hour and a half Mr. Aixaw, of tba telegraph,
waa at the station the men did not go
aebore at tbe station I then took them to
tbe B.ithwest Fat and they went eahore at
tha telegraph station I got there at right o'clock
Tuesday evening I don't know bow long they
remained at tha Boulhweat Faaa t witness knowa tbe
revenue-cutter Lewia Caasi left Faaas a t'Ontne on
account of a dispatch to go out for a tow 1 tha men
said they were giang a fishing he Identified apt.
Kartoox a tne who an stated t witness did not aak
tba men fur their peeaage never charge for paaeage
on the tow-boate the men were chiefly employed at
Paaae a I'Outre fishing I there waa one rifle and ehot
gun and two revolvers In the party tbe men varied
their occupation by etartlng a Bgatora 1 wltneea did
not know now tba Ben were to get back Oapt. Par.
aotrx came on board wltneea boat on Monday, and
eeked nun to take eome of bU friends down I witness
waa ordered down by tha manager, Mr. KcCLXLLaa t
did n bear an) thing of the revenue cutter 1 the
men, after etaylng a little wbl e at tha faaee a I'Outre,
asked If there waa any better fishing at South wort
raaa 1 na eau ne inotignt mere waa 1 at the rowder.
house station, where tea men came on board 1 they
brought no baggage except a few earpet-baga It waa
In tbe night I wuMieaa boded at the Fowder-bouie.
Defence on y asked tha wltneea one Important ques
tion. CAewle B. A Hew sworn Is tha telegraph operator
at the Peeee a I'Outrti waa at tba Feea on tba 4th
October, whan the tow-boat Panther landed therei no
men were landed at tha station; did not aaa any
landed elsewhere 1 the tow-boat was la tb vicinity
aoma four or five houn; knows tha aocueed; eaw
them at tha station) they were amusing themaelvea
generally. Wltneea Invited Capt. Faranrx aahora I
he did wane burtneaa there aoma private telegraph
ing; Oapt Faraoox gave ameeaagato ba oant by
th tel graph, which wltneea aenti no other aaeeaaga
waa aani by the aocusedi there wera other nerarma
tba Panther who sent raitetgeei the passengers on
tha Panther did not apeak uf tbelr object! didn't beat
bimtay how long they would rsmsin there, or boar
they would leave; they left Paaae a I'Outre the tame
Mr. Ciktt, (tba telegraph agent at the bead of tha
Pease,) waa then examinedKnew nothing of tha
people on tbe WwjAer ; never waa on board of her
knew nothing of any meaeagee eent to Faraitrx
k now nothing of the accused never beard of them ;
Uvea In the marsh, and don't take notice eg eucb
A.J. rewdeeris Lives In this city I waa at tba
Southwest Pasa on the 6th of October haa eeen one
or two of tbe aocueed. pointing to Mr. Faraoox 1) ha
waa walking up and down tha wharf there were be-twa-s
eighty aud a hundred peopU there t tbia waa
cat Thursday, lbs tth October I Faraoox waa talking
wtth the men. Wltneea went down to tha Pea en the
A'nock from, and waa stationed In the outter. The
men were a Jovial set, who appeared to be ""
tbemaelvce ; (hey aaid they th tight It waa very hard
t'nele Sam should Interfere with a lot of fishermen.
They boo'd at tbe outter, and looked at ber with
pieces of wood ae rpy-glaases. One of the men who
wea walking on the wharf had a musket, and hailed
the witness, who took him for a eeutlneL The nun
were ecattered ahouti there waa a crowd among
teem 1 thrr were nibine-. talking, and lain inaa.
Croat. A'zamlnjed Waa leal duvn bviha (loliMtoe
of Ut Furl to go aboard the cutter to make himself
uarui 11 ne waa wanted. Wltneea delivered a letter
irom lApt. rnmeawoon to oapl. Banww, of the Dill.
ThU waa after T o'ohxk on the oth of October,
A large aamber of witnoatea war examined
on tb aecond day, and all tetUUed to very nearly
lha lame facte aa thoae of the witness jriren
above. The wltneaeaa all aeemed to be " Know
Aothlage." Among tb artlclea which th im
peded fiUbuttara had on their " fishing expedi
tion'' waa tha flag of free Cuba, a present from
Can. Lofxz to Mr. Uxcar.
Arenliial of the Walker FIITkaatrra.
Aw Orfaoat, Ortoier 25 The Walker fili
busters, lately tried here, bare all been acquitted.
Ocean raeudag 100 Mile aa Hear.
A letter U pubUahed In tha Buffalo paper,
signed by Kx-lYmident MnxAhn rrLuioRK,
Hon. BJ. O. llATRJia and a number of Influential
citlient, addressed to Rouji UaRatAii, re
queatuig him to make a public explanation of
hU principles f construction for tteam naviga
tion, lie propoeea to establish, aroongtt othera,
the following proposition 1 1 hat ateamera may
b constructed to run on hundred miles an
hour, and ao ttrong that tha greeteet oceanic
roroei would not endanger tbelr safety 1 that tha
economy if their moTement will be tuchaa to
reduce tbe coat of t rani porta! km to lees than
one-fifth of tb present rata that wben loaded
with a large freight, a full paaaenger liat. and
ruai enougn ror a voyage around tbe world, It
would not draw over twenty-two feet and that
Iaa a war tblp one would be an overmatch to all
axUtlngnavtea. Mr. UsitMaix baa made tba
auojact 111s aiuuy iut uureen yean, and now
makealttublie for lbe first time. Eminent en.
glneera of tbe United States proDounoe the plan
prrctieabl. and deatlned to work a complete
revolution In tteam navigation.
Crrrll Saakh and Brawn.
Tba 8j racnte Jourmit Uarnt from a gentleman
wbo haicoateraedwlthUnetT Smith in regard
to tbe trouUa at Uarper'a rerrv.that he waa In
no way Identified with or privy te Uaowa'a
scheme. IU explanation of the matter I
Two year ago Mr. Rami, la order to help the Free
Stale movemaul tn Xaaaaa. gave Uaowa a n U of
awui fioe, againn a mau then In Kanaaa. Uaowa
oould not oollrct the note; an be relumed It to Mr,
Sam, wbo agreed to give him, at enma future time,
eaab to tba amount of tha note. Artae that ha lwt
eight of llanwnunUl about tbe firat of June Uat,
when be rteeived a letter requesting 1dm to eeod a
draft for a certain amount, glut! walklak, iaUe
to tte order of aoxAber party. Mr. gum. In ooiupli-
anoe With tha raoneel and Kla fiuai nmulaa.
pneniitly forwarded tba draft, eoppnetng 11 waa a
bona fide firm to whom it wea addreeead. He be.
Hated alau that the money was to ba need, at least
Indlnetty, In eaetating fngtUve alavee, as that waa
tha last ''Kansas work" that ha knew anything
alnaiL Mr. gum sees dUtinotly that he had no
knowledge or the least suaplnlun that tuwwn wee
engsged In planting an insurrection.
Tun St. Paul Vxwer tayt, of tbe failure of
Iba Uank of the State of aUnnesote and of tbe
excitement caused thereby 1 Tbe reason aa
tlgned for tbU action U the tuipension c Kaitera
conaepondanta, and tha consequent return on
I hew of proteeted draft!. It U understood that
the owner of thit Bank are responsible for th
linnet of th Moollei County Bank, located at
M. l'etar. By tba last report, tbe circulation ol
tb Bank of the State waa only about fli.000,
to secure which, there are dapoaitad la the offlce
of lbe Auditor 2U.OO0 of aainneaoU 8 par cant
bonds, which are above par al tbU time la New
York. Of tbeMooUet County Dank there are
aim til. 000 of aotee In drcuiatloo, for the re
demption of which, there $30,000 in University
iHjiuii deposited with the Auditor, no near era
I JEE &!,? t""
Tb abgeVas d I Chawea.
CArtAf Iakolst, wbo wm womndad la tb
tflalr on Uie J'elhe, haa returned to Eegiud,
at.d In reply to an addreat af eongTa'oiaUon
mad by tome of hit fHendt, be derdea that tbe
Kngllah wart tbe rlctlma of turprlse. He
If tba Cllneae had opened out tha whole
of tbelr betterie I do not think a single gun
boat would have racaped. On tb ttth tb Chinese
fired one gun t warn ua to keep off, aod wailed for
us to draw off our forces, and It waa on our pert tbe
drelaratton of war waa mad a The- was so t reach.
ry in tbe caa at eu. We saw tb mask i.i the em
brasures, and we knew by that that there were gtme
aa will. And an faraa tnecbery was concerned, I
hope we will hear no more about It. I might also
remark with ngard to tbe pottcy of forcing our ctvt
llrat on on the Cblnf A It appear torn to batbU.
If au old crusty man wea living alone In a
bouse In Auck'and, and wished to live by
hlnualf, and perfectly Independent, aud all you
gttitUmen now preaent went aad aaid. " We wlt'j to
apiaktoyou I we will not allow you to atop alone
J on most beeome etriiUedi" would be jot be per
ectrr rlabt In defendina hla bouse f (AocUuse.)
ThwU tha ease vmh regard to tbe Uilneae affair. In
England, every mane house Is hla caetie, and tha
eme regard ought to ba paid to tbe Uilneae. With
al due regard tu tbe Immeaae trade we hare with tie
Chlneee, I do not thiol ere are Justified In forcing
our ctvilitatlon upon tbera. I tad It from Lord
Euiia blma-lf, that tbe further be went Into the
country, aud bad totevemrraa wtth tha pfop'e, tb
better they root Ived him and tba better they liked ua.
la Van on, we have traded ertth the natives for a
long time, yet atiil they do not apeak well of ua, aa
if Justice had not been done to them.
Card free Jeaaa H. (lidding.
The following card appear In the Philadelphia
A'orf A A mn ieant
While ootnlng to this city, oa Saturday, I first read
a telrgraphlo despatch from Washington, earing
"that Jornt Banwa (tha prisoner captured at liar.
.ere Ferry), refused, Iq the preaenne of Senator Ma
aoa and Meeare, Farutnr and Vau.awT.ioaa, to
answer the question whether ba bad consulted Mr,
Onanwoa atamt tha Virginia at peditaor'
IIU evident that the object of thoae gentlemen
waa not to obtain facta on whlcb to predict a
charge of crime, or t f any Unmoral or dA honorable
act. Had such been their object, they would not
hare publubed what waa not said; but they pro
claim their susjilclons, and by euch inuendoec and
Inamiiatlona seek to Impugn the character of ona
who waa not prvaent. ( do not feel called on to re-
ry to euoh attempts to cast reproach upon myself,
tey to three questional Ounflewen, ampavriiecr.
I bare aerred mv oouutry as long and I hope aa hon.
eetlyaaeitbirifyou I aud you know, and tha oonn.
try knowa, that any question you may propound to
me touching the government, rte past or preaent po
sition, will ba fraakly, promptly and fully answered,
to the extent of my h now ledge and beUef 1 aod I pro.
bounce thU attempt to assail tn dishonorable,
unworthy of your positions, unworthy of honora.
But you must not expect to escape tha rwtprrjai
Mllty of your own conduct, by thua assailing one
who hss for years cautioned you of tbe results "
must follow lb effort of yeuieelvee and party to ex
tend eUvery, aud your detertulned purpose to in
crime of supporting an InaUtutloa which all boneat
and Independent men of those ataaie rapudlatat No
tuanofour nation baadnne more triajiiaieorrou to
produce tb results which bare reosnt'y attracted tha
etbutlon uf the people. They are tne Immediate
and unmiatakkble effurU of tbe effort of youreoiroe
aodiauty to eatebtlah eUvery tn KanaaA Mordar.
era tbera were rewarded by eieoutire appointmenU
to offioA Ilaowa'e aona ware tha rlctlma uf that dee
iioiiam which your party exerted ha favor of an laeU.
tutlm which the peopU abhorred.
kTheae facts do not net on ouayeelon nor on the re
uealofarictlmtoaneweraay question. Therm
upon th reonrde and tba history of tb government
Itself. No evasion, no tergiversation can change the
enduring trutba to which I refer. And you would
better subserve the nubile good by exerting your In
fluence, and oeoupylxg your time In correcting the
evtla which you and your party have brought upon
the country, than by tba rain efforts to Involve oth
era in toe Crimea which you and your associates hare
To tbe public I will aay that Baowu never eons'ilt
ed me La regard to hU Virginia expedition or any
other expedloun or matter whatever.
J. B. Onmraaa,
Olrard House, Philadelphia, October M, 1.
The leaden Tteare Brewaa Rrrell.
The following amuatnn' ten atVswrir uiun tn
tha Springfield Jtqmbiuxm, prefaced with tha
heading, (Troat IA iVowdoii Timet, in advanct of
the tfeoater.) v
Tbe account wa give thl moralng of tha redaction
of liarpet sl'erry,ln America, by the InoonuderabU
force of four white men and six nrgroea, engaged In a
aervue Insurrection, must fin our rsadera with aatn
Ubment. We oonfese to feellnga of chagrin and mor.
nflcatlon at thU new and unexpected evidence c the
degeneracy and effemuiacv to which our trauaatUo
Uo onuetna are reduotd. It U but another Inataoce la
proof of the debilitating and demoralising effect! of
republican Institution upon a race which under a
strong government haa alwayt proved tteelf Invin
cible. In order to uaderatand fully the nature of this
transaction. It should be premised that Uarner'a
Ferry te ona of the moat atrongly fortified positions
in the Vnlted Btatea. It la situated on a narrow
point between two rivers, and bat an arsenal eon.
...v. aw... w. .. 1.1.. WU-
louaand guna, aod occupied by aoma
Gen. Baoam, or '"old Banwa," aa
taining eeverai uouaana
zoo or son men.
be U oontemptuousry called, taking advantage of
uen. noon a atwenoe oa a royage to Ban Juan, a.
etimed the authority of Conusander-ln-ohlef of the
Vnlted Btatea army, took puaeeaaiou of thU strong
hold without firing a gun, imade priaonera
of all the men found about, and of aereral
planters. Including a grandson of the illus
trious Waidisotom, and himself a dlstlng-ilahed
officer or the army, placed aautriaa at tbe rail
road bridges and the corners of the. street, and
ao held the town for two diyt, until (ha etatea of
Maryland and VlrglnU bad concentrated tbelr f.ircea,
when, supported br all the available federal trontie
from the capital and tha forUficationa around, a de
termined assault was made upon the Insurgents, and
three of them wera killed, and tha remainder, num
bering three or four, (the aooouuU not agreeing 'aa
to the precise number,) were taken prisoner.
There le also an Indistinct report that on Uooa had
fled with a wag.in load of emancipated negroea to
ward! the free state of PennaylvanU. If au In.
reding force of 10.000 men bad been routed, the
American paper oould not have been more profuse
and extravagant In their boasting! and exultations,
and aa tha federal capital erema lo have been con
eldered In Imminent peril from this handful of men,
we presume tb Prealdent wul Ueue a proclamation
for a day of ""'' thanksgiving for tha remarkable
WeoHtelnry bopafor a peaceful solution af the
San Juan difficulty. But In consideration of this
Uarper'a Ferry affair wa trust her Majcsti'e gov.
eminent wOl enow no disposition to yield ona lota for
the lake of pea p And In oeae war beoomaa neoea
eery, the government wfll only need to fit out a tteam
tug capable of landing fifty or Arty man oa tbe ouast
of th Vnlted ttaaat anywhere eouth of the Potomac.
II will require aoma eight or lento take and hold
Washing ton, and the net oaa divide aad march
through tha Southern Btatea In different directions,
collecting an army of negroea aa they proceed. In
about elx weeks the Southern Btatea would bt cleared
of white men and organised aa ootoulea under Qreat
Britain, with free negroea aa dtlxen pUntera. Tha
Northern Btatea would, at flrtt, ba Inclined to resist
thU moveoeut, bat before they oould bring their
elow nikUU into action tha whole thing would be
acoenpllabad, and they would then aequleec In It
without d'IBoulty, la order to eave the Union, ae they
alwaye bare done In every new eettlement of tbe ila
very question, however dietaeteful at firat. The affair
at llerper'e 1 erry furnishes abundant evidence of the
facility and tpeed with which lids ecberae may be
executed, ana we trust ber Majesty's mlnUtere will
glre II tbelr esrtoua ooualderailon before eonaealing
1 1 any adiustment of the boundary question whkh
ahaU aanaromlea our Interest or honor In th slight
Tb Choctaw Narlea.
A correspondent of th Boston Journal, who it
ruitlcatlng In tba wilds, and among the moun
tains of the far Watt, givee tbe follow lug ac
count of the Choctaw Indiana t
Tha Choctaw formerly resided In AUbama, and
bad all tha characteristics of barbirum. Among
other tavaga customs, they were wont 10 render
themselves peouhArty bldeoua by flattening tba fore
head fries toe top citbe bead to th eyebrow. Sloe
tbelr removal to tbia region. In 1891, they hare ad
raneed ateadUr Is otridaatmn. Tber bear a hljh
reputation for Uaieatr and fidelity. White men who
are thoroughly familiar wtth them ttate that ao far
amiiiar wun inem irate inat eo tar
it robbery or vtolanoe U eonceraed. It
Hlr aafa for one to travel through the
nlllk.n of dauara, and let it ba gener-
ae acr aanger or roooei
wt? " !"",
neuou no a rounon or aouara, and let It be gener
ally known that ha carried that amount of treasure
Tbe wnule numtr of persona In the naUoa U about
8S.0OO. Tbe bare dlm'nlehed considerably since lea v.
log Alabama, as Urge numbers were cut off by email
Iu and other dleeaaoe wnhtn a few year after thair
eettlement here. AU tbelr lands are owned in com.
tnie; but every man ba undisturbed pneaaeaion of
any quantity he deaUraa for ouitiTaalon. Some of tl e
fariuera are vary wealthy! and it U um of tha moat
eubataat al arkieneee of tbelr growth In drdUatWn
that tbe men, aa a a a, have beoooae Induatruaia.
Tt a Indian la hU wild state wiL make a drudge of hia
aquaw, but eiHaier starve tban Ubor himself.
Wane man wao marry ClucUw wives are adopted,
and entitled to all tba privuegee of cibsenahlu, x
oept eligibility to two or three of the highest uMees.
There are many whites and ha'f-breeda Ut the usuon,
but the releUve number U much smaller tban anions'
tbe Ottrokeee. A Urge majority of the ChocUwe
are Mill pure Indian blood. It U a fact worthy the
attentlou of etlinolagtaU that the deUrloretl m which
usually reeulta from brcaalng over the barrtera of
race, does not tea to follow here. It U ao Inevita
ble, where tbe Caucasian and African raoea are
blended, that aona tie Una, in Arkansas, a full
blooded adult near o slave oommaada a hundred dol
lers auore In auarket than a mulatto of equal atreagth
aud eepaeiry, Bui In IhU nation, families of mUsd
wbll aud UhMtaw blood are more bealthi and rig
orous than tuoae oc pure Inaun axtraotion.
is was tboae 01 pure Inaian axtraotion.
er. Waiasa, tba prraaut executive of tba nation,
Intelligent, egreeabU gentleman, apparenUy M
1 of age, wit uo peroepubU Indication of Indian
veara of aaw. anth no naroeoU
iwlirin. aitiier in euuntanauoe or speech, till wile U
re Calf Irdlaa blood, but speaks KogUh wtth entire
fluency end doee tbe hxijrs of bU UbU gracefully.
Tte faces of kia ebildran oonvey a alight auggeetlou
of aboriginal anoeatry.
The Ooremor U a working man, aad haa a fine
Urm of a hundred acres, inukaed and under oultl.
ration. Ilia reaidenoe U e long, oua-ata-y, buapita
b e 'coking 'eg bovae, with a deep portiois extend
ing th whole length. It U autrounded by ba f a
dueen amallar but oings, used for negro quarters and
other puipooas. Ill situation U delightful. In the
midst of eepectoue yard, thaded by mateette trees of
nek end back oou-t. Utile " nUgers," with snow
white ejee and eoaWblaak faoas, are p'avtng about ao
thick y that one U abnnet In danger of treading upon
tbera 1 for of eUteou alivoe bar, ai but fir art
swrtni) Bejeewnur wHfc fa-ate) CewrVta,
Thalul tri. m.j.1 -S-C.J ia..
giret tne partleuUra f a desparatt encounter
"-'","'i " "
wun pirai oonvlau oa board lbe th p Ararat,
which laft Penan; for Bombay on thaSIth of
June laat, baring on board 471 pirate, who
bad been sentenced to tranaperUloa, and Si
other convict. Whea three -Uyt oat, tb eon
vkta broke loo from co-julneenent. and an.
dearorrd to gain powwawlon of tha iblp. Thar
attaikedtbe tentiy, ttabbed bim to the neari.
aod ratbed aft to toUe tbe officers. The pirates
foaght with marline tbikea, firewood, curry-stuff
pinderi, and everythiog they could ay tbelr
bands on. Tbey were met by the captain and
several of the crew, wbo fought with tbe deepe
ratlon of men wbo knew that their lire depend
ed on their exertions. Tb account thua detaile
Both tka captain and guard fired 1st tVem at feat
rattier could had, using aleo their eutUajeaaod
bay" ntte to keep them el bay. Tbey had oeaparat
nan to deal with. Noaooner waa a musket fired
than aruahwa made uram 11 b fore rtooud be re
loaded, but in no one Instance did tbey lucooad la
wrenching It from the grip that he'd It for life ar
death. One bayonet waa their saJyepoU. Daring
t e whole time they kept up a ahoenrof mlaailee
oearribed above, and it U only wonderful that awe
mischief was not dona by them. Inch by
luce, however, th captain and bU plrtv
gained ground, advancing purposely with c
tko. Uat from behind the water casks, a rueh
might be mede upon them, and their anna their
salvation be lelsed. And here we have to reoord
on Instanea of courage aa rare aa heroic. Sometaa
minutes or eo after tbe outbreak, amid an uproar aa
If of hell Ut loose, arising from man who were thl rat
ing for blood, toe cepUUi'a wife took her part la tne
fray, by bwdlng and continuing to re -load her hue
band's listola, and paaati g thcra up from the cuddy
atyllgbt. Ai each batch waa gained It was eruteol
by tbe guard and fastened down, after ao Inure
hard fighting the ft nvlcta w, re driven to 1 1 the top.
Kllint fotecaetle, whore t bey wen charged wtth tha
yonet, and aereral run thnaigh or driven over the
bowa. Two or three were eeen to lay bold of the fore
topgallant studding sail, whloh we. lying on toe fire
caetie, anC Jump overt). ard with It. Tbey were ahnt
f ran the poop and quarter deck, as well aa the d irk.
neae permitted their being made nut.
Tbe deck now being clear, rlgbta were brought
many attempts bad been made tn get lights during
the fight, but aa eonn aa one appeared It was
knocked over by the convicts, and the whole work
was dona In the meat wild darkness. The otth'e
which tha llghU revealed were of the borrideet.
Here a man wtth a gashed face, there another cut
almost In two, there another riddled with tbe
uernoet, tbera one yea, yet Irving with four
trulkt through him. The aspect of tha place waa
that of a a'augbtar-hnnae. Kight dead bodlee were
souno on tne rorecasue, ana three on lie mala 0cr,
Inclndlng the European erntry and th Portiiguese
ciok. It was now apparent why tbe eent'V ha I not
anawmdtbahtllif tbt mate the poor fellow
found to hare been stabbed to the heart. There acme,
unairtunately, no ruaibt liat I e had Ufl hit poet be.
low, ai d oome on deck, where he U aupred to bare
alien aa'rrp, being stabbed without a aakentag even
to fire hU plrtul, which was bt his hand si he Uy,
Ilsdhebeen at hli ptr, or even awake on deck,
alarm might In all probability have been given suffi
ciently early to hare prevented the oouvicte gaining
be deck at aU. ,
Tbe pme? 000k waa ahnt by accident, being mixed
up wita tbe conrlotA Tbe carpenter and an Arab
aaenger Jumped overboard. Tbe former fall Into
Le bight of tbe le fore sheet, got Into the tore chains
and made bU way aft. The Arab was never eeen
At daybreak, a man waa found banging on to the
rudder. A rot being Ut down, be waa baoled up,
and waa found to bar, been thot through tlw leg.
On eearch bring made below, Ave more bodliej ware
found of men who, on receiving enough, had gone
below to die. It was found that trjaooovkte red aa-
partltvou bar on the port aide, whloh enabled thera to
bum tbedoorlaalbarether. Tory tban eboutod tj
the rest In tb other eeUs to follow them, whlch,wgh
tbe exception of fourteen, whom the guard wera en-
aoiauao Btepuown,uey uid.
At elx the euoncta war mustered, when It waa
found that twenty-eUht wore dead or mletlng,
twenty-elbt out of alxty wbo came on deck. Tbe
remaining thirty-two, wtth the exception of three
wounded, were treated to three doeen each. At
half-last nine the eenblea gave Ue alarm that aoma
of the omvlcte had slipped their leg irons. The
guard waa called and eeonred tbein. Oa overhaul
ing tba remainder, tt wea found that many of tha
Irons wire ba Urge, and they were accordingly re
duced. A wekxjrao eight must Bombay have been to
Brawn HarprUe f Uarper'a Frrry.
Tbe Washington Slalrt puULihet a letter writ
ten by Wm. II. Moons, of Harper'i Ferry, to a
gentUanan of Wasbington, In which ba explain
tbe reason why tha Iniurgenta were ao long per
mitted to hold the armory and the citizen at
Bom forty or fifty of our clUren were taken and
put under guard la tha watch bouse before any ona
knew that tha arsenal and armory waa takun. Aa
coon ae the report got started that an armed jweae
bad the government bulldlnge and anna In pussee
slon, Atax. K. LI aud Tikis. Dubut, living near me,
ran down the ati At with tbelr sbctguse and com.
nienord fiiug upon the enemy ertth shot for I do
not think there was a bullet then In tha hands of a
single cltuen. In thle affair Boaaxr waa shot, and
np to this tuns 1 bad not gone out, aa I bad not
eaten my breakfast, and tluajght tha noise and firing
waa a drunken spree. I went out In the etraet at
Una point and learned the news, I, with othera,
called uiwn auch citlseoa aa we met to get thalr arms;
no one bad any, exci pt ht re and there a shot gun.
At thU time it was raid tbe arsenal armory and Po
t auae bridge waa filled with wbitee ana negroea,
armed to tbe led with Sharp's nflea, revolver aud
las abort time eome on bad entered what U called
tb lUoek Mouse." outside of the aroiory sucloaure,
if 001 it tte "Tilt Bbep." where arms bad beau
tal to prevent damage by the Ute freebet, aud by
uwesnesna our citizens arere on xurntsnea wtm ouu
rflles. Then, however, we had no bullets, and tbey
bad to Cast balls, whkh waa a alow pmoeas with two
IngU bullet moulds. Then tbe Urge eapa for our
rtflts were neoaaary,a waa powdrre'eo. All had
burn secured by the enemy these In the bulldlnga
they had taken) ao, A'ter a dtUy of three or four
hours, a body of cttleen-roluntrere bad three rounds
of powder, ball and ctpe, to march with. Capt.
Joaa Aria waa our commander ; he detached me,
with eighteen men, to crce tb Potomac river at the
'old furnace," and to march on tbe Maryland aide to
tbe Ba'timor and Ohio railroad bridge, and take It,
On arriruig at "Pltcber't Mill," I received order
by expnts from Commander Aria tottop the traina
going East or West, aa they might be bringing rein.
forcemenU to the enemy. I did ao. At tola paint I
received an aoceaaion of wane etx men from Duffield'e
depot, and, with my force, rrneaai the river at orig
inally otdeted, marched to tba bridge, and cleared It
to the VlrglnU atdr, my oumpany killing ona man
and taking another prleoner, thua clearing tha etraet
on that aid of th town, and hodlog an Important
pitat, Prerlous to tlus th "rifle work" bad been
carried by another detatobment of Aria forces. One
of my mm was abet through the shoulder It U
Beasar MoCaataaon. I had aa brave a set uf men
aasrsrfirtdagua. A portion of my men held the
bridge, whilst othera were posted in the haaVaVattb
windows and otbar pointa, trjlng to plait oeT tb
enemy aa tbey wera eeen at tbe "watch- beetle," tor
we bad enclosed them Into that point Now .all Una
waa done bt tbe elUsene of Uarper'a Fen y befere aay
other company arrirrd there.
I wiS add, that each a eel of brmn maw at the In
surgent! 1 sever eew, reed about, or even heard of.
N.aje of them pretended to qnail at death, or ak
qoatter. Thalr courage U esfcaiishlng. They are,
ao far aa I hare oouveraed with them, latoulgeni
Tbe prisoner I took waa ahot after Derma had
been kiliedi he (the prisoner) told me be expected to
die t bat hie party wa merely to commence th
fsht that flrtt Hundred faoweartd man Aad n
TvlUd iAetaaelMt n f Aft eoafeaC I do not think it
orer. I kope It may be.
The Galreeton'rvt. of the 15th but., an.
Bounce that tlckneae In that city It on tha In
crease. During the ISth and ltth there were
fourteen deatha, ten of which were by yellow
fever, and a number of case war reported sev
eral milea down the island.
During tbe 12ib, 13th and 14th there war
fifteen deatha In Ii out ton.
Tha Acer taytt It I eetimatef that the
number now tick It about ona hundred and fif
ty, lbe ilckneai U considered more fatal than
it baa heretofore been.
Tbe telegraph contlnuee to receive dUtreaa
lng account! from Cypres. Humor aay a there
hare bean tif teen deatha, and eiery person left
wbo waa lUble to tbe fever U now down.
A gentleman from the Alo Grand Inform! tb
Auitln f.'uaetts that owing to tba raragea of
the hostile Indiana, tba ranch wera all found
abandoned on tbe eatt tide of the bio Grande.
The McKlnney Jtiaenoer lay a that the com
pany that want In punult of the Indiana wao
committed tha recent outrage on CUar Creek,
In Cook ennntv. have returned home, after an
untuooeetful punult. 1 boy followed th Indian
trail to Ked hirer, but did not ereee.
A matt meeting of the cltUeot of Ban Anto
nio took place on the erenlog of tbe 6th, for the
purpotaof devbung meaoafor the effectual pro
tectaon of tbe fron ler from the invasion of tbe
Indian. An adjourned meeting ru held tbe
nxt rnU)g, and a committee appointed, wbo
presented a report from which w extract tbe
Your oummlttee further recommend that a aoon
aa possible, expeditions consisting of not leas tban
one regiment of Bangers, and aa many nuuntad
tnaa of tha ITnlbwt &ttaa aa can be spared, be
eent fn.m three dlffurent anai Into tue Indies
eoubtry, to carry en a war of egaeislon o"4?'-
uniMwwin, ana uiaa waj oa . . r --
Your oou.mittte ar unanmwualy of the opinion
that the areteui of subsidise to tb Indian tribe U In
JudickjuAand they proeeat miwt earnaatly agelnat
the Umlng ol fire-anue and ammunition by tha Uen.
Aa Bastrop Adurtitf ttatea that Gen. Ilooa.
foa vUtted Baatrop on tba 6th, and eaurad hb)
eon aa a ttudent ba the Military Academy.
Tbe fjonxa'ea Impnrrr ttyt that their pUatert
hare been taking advantage of the fine picking
weather, and that tba wormt are tweeping tbelr
fields, but too late o do any dgmaga.
I now tbe rriarate TrnM- --r!rT? .1
J tfc. AJ1. -.li.7 " Wtare
f . - ,:r"."A wnaoweeartfrarn tha.
xawiavuie rfpavwas, nroge 10 ratnd -- -- -
Incident U the matory o IhVTtSitf
and viU be rend with pleasure brwho adiZl
tbo pu' lutrr irtrich cnaracteriied tbe anrtV
of the 'nicht arm" of onf tuuional defence 1
In manyef tba newspaper artlelee which aatemn.
MtocorrectaaalataAaaalotbeldiritttycf Bear Ad.
mlral Jaatat Oetn, reoraar repuued at Pelho, it haa
been elated bow the k4 fnga, lMjm, undej
Btatea rrajate Prreident, tjnpt. wrnwaa Deoena. Of
eourae, wl ramUlar arltt tha naval but a? or tba waree'
I'll lb, are fare that tbia U act tbe fact. Taw
Plalael Uft Mia iort rd New Viak k.. 'T
blockaded by a Urge BiiUeh fleet, Decs Tea loWodljMr
to run the gaautUt and true to th fine ending qua!
eaf hU ahtp. L'nfot tunearly, aba struck on Baa-
noo;bwr, aerteualy rjamagiog her keel and bot
tooi, aed loaiwrrteg thoae aaiHog qualttlea Tea day
after IhU inetdewt,ine -b,We Bntwo fleet gar ehsai
VOi 'ST br '-.,UM-,. " the Toret toget
aaT0 ! ber, and th. fouawing attract from 5Z
cartr a'a ofAclal report to the R oretarr of Ue Narr.
eets tbe matter la lie true llghti "
Our t.onent kei nt at tbe earns instant we did.
and oon.meved at the aama time. We onntinned
mgsged, ateeilng emiUwlth ateeringealU At two
hours and a bad, when wa completely siiooeeded In
diamaarbng ber. Freetrmelf to ber drooling enorely
out or the action, tarn ware intervals af mtnutee
when tbe abliw ware braadalde and broadside. In
which she did net five a gun, Al IhU period (iff
o clock), although dark, tha other eh. pa ofthi eqnad
ron were In eight and aimoat within gunJ.
We arere, of ouee, oompalled to abandon
her. Ia rreumlng our former course, for to
puTwe of avoiding tha errtiadron, art were
eornibed to preeent otw eteru to our auteg
onlst) but euon waa bU statu, though we ware
tbue earn aed and within range of bU guns for half
an hour thai be dad not avail birmwlTof thU favor
able rppottunlty of raking ua. Wa continued thl
couree until 11 i.'nnck, when two fresh ahlpa of th
eeetne (tbe Poeoona and Tenrdoe) bad eome up.
Tbe Porweia had o)oed her fire on the larboard
how, within muaket atiot t ti.e other about two cabUe
length aatern, taamg a raking position on our quar
ter, and tba net, with the eicepclun of tea Eodrml
on, within run-shot Thus aittiaten, with about. one
fifth rf my crew killed aud wounded, my ehlp orln.
pled, arm a mora than fourfold force opposed to rri.
vrltbiwt a cbanoe of eeoape left, I deemed It my dutr
to aurrender. '
ThiiaUwtllbe eeen that the F-odymlon did no
cture the Prealoeht, tut that tee Endytnloo we
dirmantied and ber guna completely ail. need br th
gunaiftbel'reaidetit. It waa tMdea.gnof Denirca
to take tbe rndymlm acd try to eeeajm with both
TeeeeU, but tha eriipled condition of hla prise pre
vented tt, eo l he waa oomi allied to Usee her, and
atartaoutbaardtoearwpe. Thit be snaild have ef
fected, hwl not kia keel hewn Injured on the bar, ha
fnugM wtth energy until It became neoeesary toeur
rendtr to orer a four.fo'd foroa Ue delivered up hi
eword to tha ra4aln nf th Rasee atijnatlo, whwh
veeeel aaa m 00m pan j with tba fngataa renodoa aad
Pomona. Tba action wtth the End,mmuwae ona of
the tnoat gaiUnt of ue whole war. Her guna wan of
heavier raid a e than taoaa of the P'astent,nd thiadai
advao'age Induced the reaolut.nn o Dacavce to board
her. lie aaid to his mem My lads, thai ehlp le
coming up with ua Aa our ship won't rail, we'll g
on I oard of theirs, eveiy man aod boy of ua, nod
avd cirry ber Into New Votk. AU I ak of yoa U to
follow me. TbU U a favorite ehlp of the oouutry. If
are allow ber to be taien we ehell Im deserted by our
JrivM and ebildran. What let such a skip as thU ce
fur rati log. "Twnuld break tba heart it every nrettv
girl Is New York." ThU appeal waa reenrrad wilt
cbrera, whlob warned tha fcadymion of the daslan.
ao aba steered off. but wai crlpp ed afierwarde at luiax
range, despite the advantage in the aUa of her caa-
Epterepal Irrererrwre at Richmond.
A coneapondent of the Outrckma Uralgjiar
vehemently againrt the careatt way In which
tbe religioui ten Icea bare been conducted during;
tlieUtelplicopal Convention at Blchmond. A
huge demijohn ttood under the communion table
during the whole of the opening teTTicet, U full
view of tha congregation, while toe alma were
collected In an old Kossuth hat. After the com
munlon at tba consecration of Bishop Uumiu
r.n, tha Uementt left afiar all tha communl.
cantt bad partaken were treated with Irreverence.
Tbe writer aayt 1
Isimedlalely after tha Ueaaing, atranga transac
tion! took Jilace; firat, auraa whbHrtng bet area two
buhrte right in front of the alUr, than a gathering
round tie newly oanaecrated bUhopa Oeneral
grettlng followed, eUrgy and Ulty entered the chan
cel and exchanged eel illations. Honor waa dona to
men, but great dlaboour to Clod. There upon the
Atar wa left a great quantity of tha eonaeoratad ale
nietita, whloh bed bot been "reverently" ennaumad
by tba Biabop end other oocnmunloeriai at tha Ru-
wa ouecta n a moaaa on trotnuuselv to thm
OoOn UM eeXlOn Cani. anil hwtnm mthmt
up at leaat three hundred pWoea of oooae
crated bread, and p'aced them In a napkin, he put
them into a .basket lo be "earned out" of
church to bla house, probably to be given
to d.a or beggars, or at least to be darotad to
otLuiuo and unhallowed uses. The oonasorated wine
waa pound back into tbe demijohn, and the ehallcer.
(If tbey are worthy of tne nan-,) ware turned up on
tbe flowoftoe chancel to dialn. Merer did w be
hold auch shocking Irrerertnce! and aoah a wohite
oiategarduf the dlrectwma af tbe Cnurebi and tola
vrlth reference lo the Blmid Sacrament of the Altar,
urely they do not diaoern tbe Liwd'e body aurei
they do not behove the doctrinal of tba Church upon
tbe aubjeot, nor regard hrr eolamn ujuncatona, or
they would not do thual Little do they tbtnk bow
eatreet minded churakmen are pained whea tbey be
hold euch Imrerrnoe to tbelr Lord, aod we have no
doubt but that tha great body of clergy aud laty
throughout the lengta and breadth it tbe land will bo
perfectly horrified to bear that these thing! were don
n. aay Pair, and Old Brawn,
n. Clat Tatb, the Border Ruffian" hero
of Black Jack, baa published a card In reply to
to tke charge of hiring thown the white feather
bit old Kassaa conqueror, OtuawATOMin
Biurwit. Ilia Utter clotaa with tha following
allution to tba Imprisoned InturrecUanist t
Aa to old Beowa, he haa Uen aa out 'aw all Me
life. Professing to ba a tea ooe Christian, he U a
fanatical hjrite. Living ar different timet la ai
moat every Bute Is the Lnhai, be haa been every
thing by starta and nothiig lopg, exoept aa mean a
mau as a horse thief can l, aud ae treaoaeroua a
an heir of hell and Joint heir of the devil I laid of
lla.nn In the Bt- Louts RrjmbUemn, in ISfit 1
" Be to d me he would take the Ufa of a man aa
quick aa he wou d that of a dog. If ba thought it ne
oeerary. lie aaid If a man stjod UtWAnhlmand
what be conaldend right, and be considered abol
tiotiUmrtgtt te aim d take bU life a ooolly aa he
wou d est Us breakfait. tilt actions abow what ha
IS. aiwsjb roatieaa, oa aeania uaTar to aiaap, nun .a
as rte Ilka a snake, be look! like a demon. Appa- J
enuy w uavniiiw uu, a, ua rowra war eu ieai,
tl.at rill aaa and rounder mar tha mora aafelv ba
carried 00. And thU U a leader of tha Free Mate t J I
. I.I. V.n... . I
There U no reason why I ahould change my
opinion of Johk ftaow a In Vt. If what I have aaid
U bot enotigb, tbe public need expert from me n th
ing more of defenoe with tbe pen. Three rears ago,
llbraeOid one coward who said I surrender!, aud
wben he waa called on for aatisfactioo. would not
aco.pt achallsniA I am just a abU to do tha aama
ttliiglaltcaeilwaala 14, and poealbly a htUe
abler. U. Clat Fan.
Petersburg, Ta, October Slit, 1969.
Itrrrhrr an Dartrala Maker.
IlaHKT Ward Btacuaa, ia a lecture at
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, Uit evening, on
Bargain Makers, whom he detLrnatat aa trader
of every grade, from tbe mlUlon-merchant to
the match podUr, pronounctd th following eulo
gy upvu Cvuiuwioe 1
It U oommtice which haa unpacked th globe,
which before waa a aeakdup trunk. She needed
no geography, and man have run tba eurriiora
unee over the oouttnenL It waa ooismeroe that bid
tliarhetbeoiueup aid tbe B.ith kerp not beck.
HLe sent axpiortng BaeU to Polar aees, and taught
men to be heroic under every extreme uf tempera.
ture she taught men to delve In mine, to eearch
tha bottom of the Btreama,eod study thegrlm unlifted
faces uf bioken stratA Coaumaroe alU la modem
tin.es as Anan sal In Eden, galhering round about
bar every material thing Ood haa made on earth,
and giving namea aal value to them all. Bne
needed the wtnds, and man took them captive: she
needtd eisnetbing better tbau tha winds, and fire
bnau bt forth ateanit she needed mighty engineers,
and Vulcan built ehope throughout tba world, alaa
eoiiai. himself U tha ouild uf Mercury, for tt waa 00m.
mriea that oVmaoded uf the eatruoumer that he
abould und out the waye of hraren. In order that
man might find thalr way better on earth i SoUnoe
was tbe crying baby bid among tbe bulrushta, Com.
mere waa tba Puaanan'a daughtrr teat found it
and 'Haugkt tt In all tba wail of the KgrptUae "
Tbe trou man. uiaohlnery, U tbe world e ersaaoi
lAturt thUUlbe oomlng man of whloh we hear ao
much. Canmeree, too, haa made the world a
whUpering gellery, eo that th Atiantlo and th
Pacuw mayapeeA toaaea owir, ana men uwwmng
In rpiaarite nemwoharae may commune almoet at u '
tney await tu tue aama naana. in sua payaaau
globe It U electricity that woeke to light and breeds
in naas. Dears ail snugs ana givea idbui wa eua
taetce U the eUotricity of universal human society 1:
eaipa are eo many nana reeoung out nu gataanng
tha barreats it the world
lu tue great na m of bargain making, all U not
external achievement, Tbera are achlevementa
which call for inesileotuAl power that may wed tax
the nobleel nund 1 achieramauU which call for pow.
ere ea eminent aa any demanded by BUteeman.hlp
or pbllceophy. Finance la no mean adence, aud be
wbo U master of that departmeot, a a branch of
political loaiiany. Ukee rank witU the profuuaaoat
thinkers of tbe day. One oanaot eootemptote the
lainlBcatlntj of credlt-nervea over the world wtth.
out admiration. A woid spoken ba New York
uakeke tbe bank or IndUl the key U tan thoaeaad
1 tnjli (b, pirgn luba Towml ,sd clUol are
' mora th banker's than those who dwiil tereta the
a long 1 ine signature 01 the aurniaoauuai eon.
i sea ana me lulpe wblcu tl craaiee are nurervia
golden wtrre 0 eooinairoe form the
and lotigttudee of tba llohr, and commerce U
the battery. WbiU ecbolara are eaektug to
find a unlvvreal language, heboid a universal a.
guage baa long bean apuksa 1 there U not a trtb on
tbe globe that dose not cudarataod tha Unguageof
the Collari bllle of credit and exchange navrraaad
Intarrtttatton 1 the sj mbilt of eummeroe, metal and
IU rapraarntatln A give to the globe a common lan
guage 1 and aa wbeu Prraa ap-ke on the day of
Pnvtaauer, all men Interpreted bU words Into mew
own Uauage, eo wben the bank apeake, every tneo.
bears it In the tor.gue In which he was born.
Dank art the goMan-tongued. PolyrloU of tb world.
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