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THE WEEKLY SUN.
8ATUKDAT MOltflWOt SKIT. 6, INI.
Baataad evad Frnar.
Twa pror-hlllty of a war, betereen Kngland
ad rare, It aow seriously discussed on both
Met of th Atlanta, TIM English jonrMl
Ma to hare)" confidence In th peon pro"
ton of tb French Kmperor, and "J00
Y ,n,t, mln-tan. In hastening to recUon of
ail ileal sin, n 'ttt"l,""'rftb"'tTl
. .4owt that tbey are aot fre from tt-pprbn-
loa that tbey mmT "" " Involved In dlfilcul-
-tiM wUh their tl't height)-, ta fct, it hu
COTa a settled conviction la th mind of tb
Xxtrllch repltbat Latch NarotaoB It secretly
meditating andpreparirg m,t wl n 0rMt
tU tl baan aocesxsfal against two of th
leading, powers uf Europe Kneels snd Austria
nd tb bwmlUetiou te? Kugod would eorn,ilet
trUtwnf forth disasters Inflicted npon tb
Arrt vroi oa. HI svllent, from bisglgsn--tk
B-atary tad unl preparations, that b an
dpaU ronnict with hm greet power, and
Q tb drctnutencs loricate that lhM proper
toiarenwdydtre.ud against England. Ex
traordinary effort ar making to create French
naval arm it equal to that id England, and
lb motlv tor thee efforts tnut be Mt down u
at fcaling of bretilily to lb preUuaio-s of th
Brilith to navel supremeer.
Th encouragement w Meh France has given to
Spain In decleriiig war sgeios' Momcci; lb sap
port which tb Emperor givee la tb Haei Canal
project, which England hu e'radlly o,pd,
and tb mi'aiietaMat that tb French expedi
ents, to Chin will not trt hefore February
next, ud that t bn but on h f tb fore origin
ally pro ised, will ba test oat, tend to confirm
th l-preeion that Loon rAMioa contera
.flat rapture with his English ally. Th j
EaftUh peopi " " cvoOdeoo in sxn
llaroll'fally'e'aJi1oand the French ,
jiaraal are permitted to aaase angry and men- j
daf rrtorts to thsariJc'as which appear in the
IT should greatly regret a war between Eog
land ami franee, because It would not adranc
lb cae of dUlnaiion, and becuis it would
pirrously affect th Commercial lotrts of
ether rations. Our Commerce would suffer Im
mentelr, sol thooands of our citizen would
be mined by It. la a war between IDes two
great raral powers our neutral rights would
liardly t reepecud, and we would Incur the
risk of being drawn into the conflict by th ag
gression cf ot or the other party. For those
awssons w hop that peace will be preferred,
atod that tb good S'ns of tb two nations will
restrain their rurt from prjvoklng a contest
which would prodac tb most wide spread dl.
Tbe Brwasill Traabl.
Tob weeks past we hare had a succession of
reports regarding th ac's riolence and lallm
Idatlon committed at Bnmnsvllle and its neigh
borhood, by a leader of banditti, nannd Cunil-
BAa. Tb greateat alarm aeems to exist along
th Tisan frontier, and th Federal Government
lias been appealed to by cttlzene read log la that
region, to send a military furoe fur their protec
tion. W are glad that the Uoreroment has re
wpondad to tl appeal, but we are anrprised that
Ik dorernor of Texas has not taken prompt
and energetic measure! to ex. terminate Coktixas
and his band.
Surely, It Is ponslbl to rals la Texas a suffi
cient militia or ro'unteer force to orerco-ne th
bandits and protect tte people of Brownsville.
Where are "tbe lungers' that they hare not,be
lor this time, auiied upon th trail of th des
peradoes who defy all lsw and all leltlmat au
thority t If a filibuster axprdnton were pro
posed If a war with Mexico were declared,
inndreds of Texsns would be ready to volunteer
their service. W by, then, has nut Texas mad
on effort to defend tb Integrity of her soil,
and protect bar cl'iians agtlnst a lawiassband
of Mexicans and renegad Americans f We
bops that our next adrlcas wDl ahow that th
Texan authorities hsvs taken steps to maintain
law and order upon th frontier.
If they do not, we wlJ conclude that there is
a good deal of humbug In tb alleged outrage of
tb Mexican banditti) and that tbey are chiefly
got ap by partUi who wlah to lay tte btats fur
future dawns upon the Government for damages.
Indeed, U sack a stats of affair exUts upon th
frontier as Is represented by every mtll from
Texas, the apathy and timidity of the Texan
.people Is entirely lacomprbenlble. W do not
doubt that there Is a party of lawless men who
commit depradat lone, but weeaMct that they
are In collusion wlth'many of thor who make
th loudest outcry about their proceedings.
Tb Impunity, however, which Cohtijas and
lib land hav enjoyed for months, shows th
disordered and luWgai.ised state of society on
licth sid s of tb hu Grand. There Is now no
authority in Northern Mexico, boneet or strong
enough to put do n th reckless robber gang
who organize there against the peaoeabl In
liabltants. Cur Government, consequently,
must Interpose, aud give security to life and
proper v upon our I sxaa frontier, even if It b
stctsrary to follow tbe bandits into Mexlcaa
territory. Costums abd his followers should
I exleimlnaied, aud w trust that tbe author
itleaat Vaihlngon will adopt decUtv meis-
iu ss to this end.
liOkl No ! aad the I allana.
Tub letter wblcl Lews Napolko but al
tlrearad to tbe King of Sardinia, reveals his
anxiety regarding Italian affairs. When he un
dertook to play the part of Italian Libera' or,
b thought beoould coutrol tbe Course of events,
and Institute In the peninsula Just such an order
of things as he nlgbt will. But the Italians,
while grateful for iht aid given to I'iedinont
against ustrla, hav resulted to use their pres
ent opportunity to atcute their liberty, t'almly
and Arnily tbey auert their right of self-gov
ernment, and tbeir determination to fight for it.
Their qultt rveolution baffles all the arts of di
plomatists, and tbe appeal which the French
Emperur make to the Sardinian King, will only
trengthen tbe ltaibuu In tlr patriotic purfiua.
Tby know tbt bardlnla dare not a' tempt .to
resist tb popular eemluient, Her safely and
ber honor demand of her that aha shall bs true
to tb CUM of Italian independence. Victor
XitAIirax must knsw that his best end surest
taliane Is upon th affections nd loyalty of his
people. If he should forfeit the by timidly
euccumblng to tb aemanas o rrn -tria,
lis thron would no longer b saf. A ruler
ejrho relies upn foreign bayonets for his protec
tion, holds power by a doubtful tenure.
BaraluU, w are conrUced, will not JMn
Franc In any movement to r-s'abllsh arbi
trary ml In any part of Italy whsr It has
Uen overthrown by tb spontaneous action of
tb people. Nor can Loot UroLo, la opsn
violation of tb professloas which b mad at
th commencement of tb 1st war, now turn
Upon th people to whom he announced himself
, ,41 llbwaior, and by forte, real ore their fugU
Xb army which has fought as allies of the
ffnii.n. fa th nam of liberty, would not will
ingiy sum thair arms la th service of Italy's
MMori, Nor would tb chivalrous French
joatIcapxeoTawwwsdagaIast tb pa'rUt
aTuros of Italy. Tb public opinion cf th world
woald b strongiy oooiincd la oondamnaUjn.of
xroch a war, aad Um Franca Emparor knew tb
fore tf public opinion. H may, tharafor, try
tb eflect dlplomaUd arts, and T retort, t
threata,bat If tb Italian atafld nrm, and act
tsrodantly, b wUI not TtnttW tipomUi polloy of
Th north Star Beard From.
ALL HANDS 8&FE.
AS'CnORS AS'D COAL LOST-VESSEL
Tf l art cnabUd to Uy before oar readers thl
morning tb patlrlng InUlugeno of th aafet
of tV pantcicen and crew of th tUamar Nerth
Star, and that all the anzletj which ka for
Tral itjt paat been maniftatod la regard to
Uum. It will be eeen that no rary aerioui ac
cident had Lefallen them, and probably befor
IbU tbej hav all Uen nafel landad at Alptn
wall. The following U th diapateh recelred
her lait Tbnraday i
Cwaauemi, MorembMr IT.
A tettor to the Cbarieatoa Covrur, dated Ntan,
N. P. NoTroiSertn,etWe tttat the Mamr Mirth
HUr, from Nw Ynra, fur AirlawaU. (ot athore
atxM the iOth of OcViljer, on Fnmeh Keya, and re
malm d on tb Kara m or aeTen daei bat fina'l
ot tiff wliboiit eitra awliraooe by torowibc
riimrd anroe coal, asd wtththe lout of anohora
he pnweded on bar Toa(e to Aaplnwall on tb
MeklaT Rallrud Aretdeat.
Mia. Katoirr, a widow lad aged about 30
.rr, rerldlng In Arlington, Vt., waa killed on
th New Totk Central Railroad, on Monday
night, tinder peculiarly diitreeatpgclrcumitance.
lb train left SjracnM at 6.15, on coitch har
Ing Uen cat off at that city. Th pusengeri
were ImdJled together In the last car quite a
nnmber standing, for want of aeati. Among
these k at tb nnfortnnat lady and a number of
her aez. After th train had got u nder motion,
the brakesman called out ts tb passengers
standing In the two after cars that they would
find feats In the forward car. Thither the pas-
Mnersstrtedorertbpllfornj. Mrs. Knioit
f0LioWed another lady, w ho enarored to awlat
ierfrom one car to another. In passing from
y,, iu,j to tbe tfxmi ctr Mi.-s. K. fell npon the
track, and th wheels of thtwe ears passed orer
ber body, crushing it la ',h moat frightful
manner. The lady who preceded Mrs. K. saw
neruii, ana by oersnriest nottnea tuj psssen
pr of th aocldent. Tb train waa stopped,
after running nearly half a mile, and backed up.
The linly tbe unfortariat lady was feund de
pth ed of Its head, and sh-ickngly mangled. Mrs.
Kmoiit wss in company with ber fatberJn-law,
an old gentleman orer 60 years of ag. Th
accident caused great eonsUrnstion among the
JasnKers, who set eroly blame the management
or tak lug off the car. Th conductor, certainly,
should bat e seen that the ladles who were com.
pelted to leate tb car had seats In tbe train
Enclles. Kofi Rawwrr.
lb London Tmu of the 2d, In a leading ar
ticle, suggeeted by th American accounts of
tb disastrous I'eiho affair In China, after de
claring that England most avenge that aci of
treachery, thus concludes i
We, however, want no help. We would rather do
thia act ' JuaUe to our mawecred eouutrymen our
arlvr But the oiavduct "t Mr. Waan and Commo
dore Tuniu during the day of dlaaiter cornea
borne to us a L Vfnen that aot ot perndy baa been
irtiiiUliMl and foraottan. we boue that the fittndlr
ft-tinsa and oordial oofsinlonahlp wntch united
Eegiutinien and ahm rlcana tn the watere of Culua,
and the natural ajtnpatuks which bunt forth at that
nuaneLt of cleeatcr, may be remembered. VYnet&er
tne ieole of tbe United State choose to bolleve
It, or cnooee so HlDOWirart it, or n, law
U aiweje on sdm
aide of tb Atlaotio a
atmog k in-like ftsllog towards the people of our own
liioou wno aweii on tceouier sije. veare jeaioua
ot their aflectiun, and burt when we And their arm
patniee turned fom u, perhapa to be lavlsbed upon
def'pota with whom tbey nave notldngtn comaKm,
and battiartana wro have one word of aoora for them
and for ua. We ure Irntated alaowbsn they are
qeruloua and quaiYliioois and tetchy wtth ui, and
wh-a, having abundanoe of geutletuen to choote
frn, the; art the moat Ul-bred awaggertng adventu
turr tbey eau find to Inauit us and wrung ua But
we sever heater aaa nation In our relatione
wiu me amenoau opie uuid upoa uwe-i rmrm ;
liaje wnen we are going oorauuiy wynaw, nofw i
better pleased than when we have eome act of oour- I
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thMn for, a la this affair of tb Pelho.
Aa EaHetiaaaBa laspraealra f th West.
Tb St. Louis Democrat report a lecture re
cently delivered In that city by Hon. Ghastly
BxaxusT, on th subject of English mpreaslona
of tb manners, customs and sport of th far
West. Several of tb lecturer's hunting dogs
were brought on tb stag and remained beside
He paid a high tribute to ths aoble dog, and quo
ted BveoVs eptth upon a faithful Newfoundland.
Ilellevli g this waa a oountry where no standing army
waa kept up, be was muoh aurprtsed upon meeting
t a slogls platform, four captain, eight oolonsls
and eleven majors, a proncnaae to title utterly un
ci aid ot. If dtaappointcd painfull? in this, he was
dissimanttd asieeeblv In his observation on board
the Western eteemboete, where he aa the captains
on duty oonetentiy, every thing working like olocc
work, ths tables cleanly spread, aud order aa deoo
rum observed ta retina all oontiary to the generally
rtcemd lojpreasiouB m EnfiUnd.
Mr Ilaaaaxsv re ated eome funnv storie be had
beatd of fb buffalo bef-ire lesvtng hoTOe,whleh caused
eonsAdetaltle aiuoeement to the audlenoe, but hie ex
perwsice would enable blm, oa returning home, to
laugh the heartier, and expose the readier those ato
riee told eo seriously.
Upon hia arrival in Kansas City, In this Btats, hs
wss receivid with great unction by several oitlxens,
ons of them; a IXwtor, who Insisted on going with
him on bis weatern Journey, aa he bat previously
saved the Uvea of at least lfty English lords, In ths
Jtocky mountain lords who hai titles never before
hesrdof. Another waa a lime wiry sort ofafeilosr,
wboexpeotoratedonuttnuaily and with great accu
racy ofaim. A Httl Walk valisa, with ahlulng
key-bole, Isy beslo' Um on tbs floor, and as th litti
man proceeded wiui ma sis.vcu 1 1 wvioifL Do aunta
bis tobacco Juice with iwrii-ct eklll at the key hole
be uever mieaij
irsidltonoel rcrtspa," aaMMr.Baasa.
tv, my valise Is In your way.' "Not at all,"
said the isber, ami, as If to prove It, another discharge
of tbe tutecco Juice fiaind its wsy to the place of the
PTtvVeiBdeMitii. Now, oocinnuod th lecturer, if
iqm lacuent naa been ooneirued, some Kngiian
fcairiiaa have oonstrued other lucleVnts, all England
would bare bueu told that tu tin L'lubid State th
ieopla all chewed tobacco um1 aplt at key hotra The
use of tobacco, however, was ouudeiuned, aud hs ad
Vlstd ladles. If they could ma avip their lurdsf.ooi
uniijg a, to thnw off the crlnohno and ad pt toe
llloniuer aietume for stmt wear. Tare things
sew bird to go ahead la this country man, whisky,
and t tcofc though be sUd&'t know but tliat crtno
llue went quite aa far, aa Le had been told that no
squaw fultbeiself dreesed now without It, We fear
our Kngiieli friend baa been ellght'y Bold by this sto
ry it la a ttntoh of ths truth.
The serious attention of the audlenoe waa cal'sd to
tVe subject of duelling as praticed lu thia country
litre he regarded It aa lo obligation whatever ujhhi
etick-ty to maintain honor by fighting a duet la
ain4y nine caeea in a bundrtd. tbe eheddlnff of blood
waa not onl uouectaaary, but crtmtnaL When two
gtujlletueb quai rel, one luust be more wrougthan
he Uber I both raunot be ngtit. Now, In F.ugland
these mature weas referred to eee uds, and left
wholly In their handa the prtnclpala atiidlng by
thelt declalou, whatever it might be. Wueu arms
were reautted to. and ons of tbs partiee was expert-
etiOed and the other waa not, no aim was aliowed.and I
aworoakflout t unpractlard h elide. In brief, no
advantages of weapons were allowed, aud no such j
thing aa removing watchee and ouin dreamed of. It
was even there a pernicious iractloo litre highly
The Family of Job llroevn.
In tbe burying ground near the church In
Canton Centre, Conn., sayt tb Hartford Our-
Ofit, atandaa marble monument upon wmcu is
Inscrllwd the following:
'-In mentre nfritil .Ioiim llsosnfl. rhA Slwt In the
lteolulluusrv Anu, at New York, Bi-i'temlwr, 8d,
Hit He wss of the fourth suuerstlnn lu resuiar des
ceut fr..iol-,TeHu.wi., oneof tb Pilsrim Psthsrs,
lecudr VFItw? l"low l ,'u,ou,u' Mm4
CaAaia liana a, albla oountry s call, led forth a
Ooropanyof West Bui-abury (uow Canlou) truopa,
tu the deadly oisifllct, and fell a vlutuu to tbs then
urevalUug epidemic in ths Ainsetoan oaup. Us left
numerous group Utile ones, who were reared by
bis widow wim aicgu'-i -"- j-.-hi""'"-,
r.Tr.7i.hn.iirUof Ohio. One uf the daugutera
JJTtM, and fathsr of the
..-Tut Slotaln Jobb Baowa, marrtod dsughur
&Tustu7s, Uq-, wbo wis Ma self (Mills) au
offloVrTsU.. .ry army, and was entru.ua
itihths oommand of tb guard b0Jd'o5,,IJ0
a lanre norttiai of th prisoner comprialug Wo
ooissVmy.tous provTrg that Joua Beow.liiba
rtUblVrSwy.rtttbro.Tgh a patriotic ancestry.
rnWbttaurrlagof Owaa Bsowa, a removed
Jnh btafany torSrriagfurd. Cunnacut, where
i ; .rTLmt (Isotalo Jotia Baowa was bom. Walls
& VS7?lntonW or early childhood, thl parents
ntura to Wee Blmsbury, and "'""? '
LtseVi ear, when they emigrated to Hudson, Ohio,
wEre'ot i Baows oamiV. of the prmolpJ plo
!larettlereor tst tbsn nsw town, ever rwmeo led
Sdowed with energy atntrprk, and wrt down
i?btagrevboiored and respected, about th year
laAt oJttti or'efghteen or t-auty the pressnt Oapt.
JmmBuavm loft Uudaoa, Ohlu, and earn t with
ffitX? aCuWiVi UU?l tducatlwu through
" bf enrllMBnalendeoOrtTa. IHs alaVaeas da.
ssgm WMtkcawpelwanaiarr. la pareaens f tbi
objeet ks emvjl tZTand eotArred with er.Jaa.
kuaa BAULttn. then ciertywaa at Oanloa, Oona ,
(wtesewlmwasa reteSIrs nod In aoaordaoee with
advice te obtained, pretended to Palanetd,
Maa , wtwe, nader the tnatrucsVia f tb late
Rev. Mnese HiLUX-a, (father of th eetdor
editor of th Jmnttf Chmwisres,) fitted or
neariy tsted for oohey. Wall tbere tmnulnc but
AiAal M -At-M1riS 4Vi U'.Huu -J -k.
eyeaj walyli ultlroately beeame ehronle, and preolo-
um un iron turn mmmmj 01 Ul VUrtnr puTVmSS
of bla studies, when be returned to Ohio. Bad not
thla Inflammation supervened. Job Baowa would
not hsvs died a Virginia culprit upoa a Virginia re'
lows, but In all probability would have died on a
feather bed, with D. D. affixed to bis nam.
To saw United Htate rrees
Tb Committee appointed to reoelre contrtbn
tloru In behalf of tb UeiKAt.nt fund fur on
million of muskets, appeal to th Uni.ed State
IVess to forward their nobl work, by reprodu
dng their circular, as follows i
oirs smxioa r arewsra.
Pursuant to the resolution pseud stths Italian
nweting, held on the 8th mt, at the Knyveeant tn
eUtute, we, the uadervgned, appointed a Permaaent
Oummltte In order to aeeond ta subwrlption epea
ed by Oeu. OAaisAun lor the purchase of on million
of muekatn, oaU on tb Italian resident of the United
Btatee, and on all noble hearted men who befrtrai
civil end rsUgkma liberty, te unit In realising this
Tbs struggle In wblck a great part of Italy Is at
present engaged, I not only one of national liberty,
but alao one of modern etviltliaatlon agaiut the
beaoAU mflueoeeeof the past Drism, ignnranee
and 8uratltkn. Ws are not, in this noble work,
actuated by eelBah motins, but feel we are making
a atnoere and aolemn appeal to our f 'Uow-cituins
in behalf of this ancient mother of modern nations;
and we are assured that their mite will not be
withheld by the freemen of the land whose liberty
le the dread of goveromente whows policy le to de
base humanity. We appeal, la ta name of pro
gress and tjf tbs supramacy of th mind. Tbe eano
tlty of our canae enonuragi us to the belief that
our appeal will not be without effoot. aud we an
ticipate tbe liberal answers by our thanka,
BiibacTiptlens can be made In money or In articlA
of fin aits. Any sum of money, even were It a
tilts ornt poaUgs stamp, will be welanited, and may
be a4dreaed to the fvessurer. AiUolee of fine arts
to befisvrarded toatr. raraiiioPitTTL ubscrllma
are requetd to give thou namee aud address. Sub
scribers' natuee wlJ be regietered la a book, which
will be forwarded by the Permanent Coromltbw to
aha Italian Uovernmeot New York, N.nr. IS, lino.
(Irn Jossm Avbssra, President, ft Coder st.
DoMSslon Wish 1 1, No. 1 (1ST Ilroedvay, N. Y.
Parsnio Piam, No. 1 CSS Broadway, N. Y.
Mlowasl. Vaeel, No. 804 Wullam st, N. Y.
Prof. Aoiitii a Haaat. 4 Wnl Warren at , n'klyn.
O. B. Baeooissm, No. 7K3 Broadway, N. Y.
Jus (Jisiiol.ro, Trassursr, 49 Eicbange place.
M. Aaoaaaii Btoretary, No. M tadar at., M. r.
Tree hire la Canada.
Tb Montreal and Toronto papers are filled
with eke'ehea of th speeches mad at what is
styled "Te Upper Canada Convention," held In
Toront but week. There is an evident deter
mination to effect a split among tb l'rovlnces,
and an apparently strong ill-feeling between
Upper and Lowsr Canadians has arisen, which
win not oar until such an end is effected.
There were COO delegate present at the conven
tion, and after several long spesches resolution
were unanimously passe 1 dsclariog tb (list
ing union between Upper and Lower Canada
to nave resulted in a heavy public debt and In
burdensom taxation also declaring for tb
dissolution of tb union between Upper and Low
er Cans"s, with local government for sch sec
anVctirg both sections. To speeches wareeamest
and, judging from th rote, effective. Mr.
Hito-WN (etailod th evils of tb expenditure.
II said that In 1854, when tb present govern
ment came Into power, the debt was (29,000,
C00 1 ani'J-htn Psrl'.ant brok op last Spring,
th debt of th 1'rovlDC was to8.5O0.O0d. In
less than four yean It was thus seen, th public
d.bt wasdoubUdl To spend such a sum within
th space of four years, ne deromlnated an aot
cf madness, unparalleled by any government
that ever existed. Among tne moneys so spent
tb Grand Trunk If. It. bat received sixteen
mil' lens. If the road bad been built in
land, and not on th shores, or 'on th
lake. Mr. Ilaoww thought It mbzht here been a
greater benefit to tb Province; but as It was, no
reasonable compensation for tb money was ob
tained. II then referred to tb tariff, and feared
the public debt of tb country would prevent th
carrying out of a fre trad policy. Th tariff
bad Increased, of course, nearly In th same ratio
as th debt it had been raised to 22X per cent.
Iheexpeas of oollec ion of tb revenue was
enormo t, having been Increased during tbe past
few years two and a half fold. 11 feared th
result ot th high protective tariff upon th Re
el prlecclty Treaty wtth tb United States. Look
ing at tile reeuits ui tusi vefcistBtiuu v wi tavt
DTa vssrs, b deemed it sxtrsordtoary that tb
ing at tne results oi too lefcieieuun ui tue iaifc
people naa stooa it o wng.
"eft, speaker dlstlncUy st
st sted that th only war
to remedy such demoralisation was a separation
of tb two provinces, so far as local government
was concerned, but tie favored a connection for
feneral legislation. II thought, too, thsy should
avs a written Constitution, whether by a con
vention of the people, or by rarllament framing
a bill and sending It to the people, afterwards to
be ratified by the llom Government. Then
with regard to tb characters of th local Legis
latures, a difference of opinion might likely arise.
Soma would say. "responsible Government
might be carried out If w ware sepa
rated from Lower Canada." II was fre
to think It would work better than un
der th Union but he doubted if it
would be expedient, under th new Constitution,
to adopt tb principle whetheT It would not be
better to bar men who war simply beads of
departments, without seats In th Legislature.
Hut with regard to th general Government,
many would b in ravorot carrvingout tne tarn
tort of system as In the local Government. Tb
main point was to glv It as little to do at poa-
tilde, and that clearly defined, It would settle
such matters as lbs coiiecuon oi revsnus, in
mngement of the ctnabr, and mattsra of that
kind. In this way thsy would hsvs all th
advantages of dissolution, with th advantages
Tb Denaer Fargsry.
The correspondent of th Springfield Republi
can gives th following details of th Boansr
"I suppose you hsvs read la the newspapers of tha
arrest vt Lbaob and Oisuor, chsrgcd with ths
forgery on Mr. lloNesa, of ths Ltiljtr. But It hs
n been told In any newspepera Just how that
f rgery cam alwut. Nut long ago a woman came
to tbe Ltdyrr office, and eald ana wi.hed to subscribe
for ten eopws of the ldgrr, for a fr end, Miss ,
of North Orange, N. J , who had ant thus to call,
and had, therefore, commissioned her to sttend to
tbe natter. In pa) men t aha offered fifty dollar
bank bill, and asked for bank check for "otiange,"
loatead of money. Py meana of the check aha ob
tsiied Mr. lioness's signature, and ths name of the
Ilauk with which he bad an account, ant throunh
It, the forgery ta the amount of $3 BOO waa oommlt
t, d. On tte discovery, the woman wbo anked for the
"check" waa remembered, but on sending to North
Orange, no Miss waa found, though tb poet
master waa sunning about to find her, to pay the
p wtsgs on the svs'sncha of Lrigtrt wuloh bad been
flowing luto tbe poet office for a mouth. The woman
baa alao beau arrested; she waa helping her huaband
w Ith a devotion worthy ef a better cauee. They wars
Ukenon board the Europe, la which they hat era
laiked for a European tour, their pocket lined with
$100 note from tbe Nassau Bank."
Au AlJei amide) EXetLwJ of Rabin the Triad.
Tb manner In which th depleted finances of
an Alderman may be handsomely replenished,
was lilustrsted yesterdsy, says tb rnlladelphla
A'orfA A met tean at Wednesday, in a very forcl-
ble manner. Officers Tnarra end Cablis, of
tba Kecorder's office, yesterday morning arrested
Alderman KonKKT I Warns, wbo olllclate la
Went rbUade'phla, and Is one of th Aldermen
or ma iwenty-rourtn tvaru, on a cuarg oroon
iplrscy to rebe tbe wind by fleecing ths tarsrn
keepers of th t Iclntty. Toother with Cobuib
was arrested a man named John ALEXeNnxn,
bo. according to th idenccwas emhloved br
Cdrrib to do tbe dirty part of th work. Th
allegations are thst th Alderman employed Al
sxANOsit and ether to enter taverns on th
Sabbath and purchase liquor. They would then
enter a complaint before th Alderman, who
would tend a summons forth proprietors of tb
places. Tb lttr would hav a hearing, end,
of course, a prima facte cas would be msds nut
against them. Tb Alderman would then offer
to coropromls th matter for a certain sum, In
stead of making a return to th District Attor
ney. In this manner he la alleged to bay swin
dled eome fifteen tavern-keepers, among other
a poor widow, with a family of helpleee children
RdertbeTldean and hUotm i. TZZ.
dependent upon ber. On a hearing befor tk
1'Bit. " each held to bail lu th. .am of live
. hundred dollars
Heavy OaU In lb Cklaa Neaa.
Ei.wood Walter, Esq , of this city, bat re
ceived th follow big Intelligence frjrn Chins I
Howl Konu, September 14.
We hsvs at tha preseut In our harbor, eeverel
Amertoaathliwlnadiaabledstste. The.ehip Whirl
wind, from esu Frenoiec?, arrived eu tie Id luvtaut,
much dau.std. The slop James Browne, of ttute.
adelaila,ariivdoutte 0th lust, leaking, baring
met with very beavy weather, and must go I dock
for repairs. Bha ia from Ben Fraucisoo for Mulder I.
Tbasblo Nimi.h having ciarlr oomoleted her re
pairs, was damaged again la her bow feat week, dor
log a violent atorui, which caused many of the ehipe
to dig their auohor, and get fou'i all auetalned more
.jknilimm. Bha will be ualn leadv for eea In
a few day. For th last three weeks we have bad
a euoeeelou of heavy sees and typhoons andrlelly
aebavearrlvalaofalJlndletreae,or brer cf their
total lo I of theae are ytt no Amarlcui v,aala.
Buna EnglUb aud Frtnoh vtsse's ais irpirted as
Tb Jewrawy ta
Th Jew ml Oriaarca, of rlaW nomine
eon tabu a long and btrsUaj leMar fromtbelf
Chin correspondent, giving a 4tai!d account
of the journey of th AAtrlcaas to rkin. Tb
letlsr hat additional Interest from tb fact that
It It probably tb first on vr wriUsa by an
American m tb mysterious dty of rakln, tb
capital of th Oldest empire la tb world.
Leavhur Pet tang, H mud aad straw houses and
stiseU of tnflnK mud-w planted tasa a tract f
miles la all directions, etui moddler. Tbe mules -
half way to tbetr knees, and th wheels ba J way
to the hub. whl th fearful knocks and bruises
of tat helpless, groanlag Insider, tnrtsndsd
with more certainty than Minente prophsU,
if not th end of the world, at least the end
of eom of the poor mortals Just than la It.
These eorts, for nob tbey sboald be called, are ex
eeeetnf stout and heavy, aud bring without eprtugs,
the motloB Is as (taoef ul and easy a a New Kaglaod
celt driven upon the trot over rut and rook heaps.
It added to the delefulnaee of th eoene, Uat all th
country around was thickly covered wtta prewa
wtswiids. Ilk bsy-atacka, sum three or four feet
high, and others fifteen, and all without a leef or
flower on tbem, and sxemlng to typify our own
speedy destruction. Not a bona wss to bs seen I not
a human being, or fnAuman man. The whole of tne
vest plata from the gulf toPektaandMnuleabevoid,
to the grand chain of mountains ws saw aa wa ap
pnacbed tb rity, m only few feet above the level f
the gulf, rioddlog oa alowly and painfaty. w at
length reached tne town of Kiuntlangikun, ot
Anny-OommMaartat Citadel, a village compactly
bulit and ointainlng a pnpulatlon of I 000 or t.OO0
souls. Tbs best bouss la the place had been pro
cured for our lodgment by th mandarine, which was
wned by a wealthv and resiiectable Individual, who
waaunowalng In his attention. The long course
between two blocks of house, all making one estab
lishment, had been coveted wtth a sun-mat awning
M feet high, which shut out ths sun and the heat A
doses Mandarins or mors had come in from a dis
tance, and were awatlng Mr. W aid's arrive', whom
they welcomed wtth ell the erdjr of eastern demon
etratione of friendship! and soon after mounting
their boises or entering their chariots, letlrod to
their homa. On the walls on each aide of the do-vs
red pieces of paper were fastened slips an ln:h
wide and covered with a One of Chinese oharect-va,
airrtsarog good wishes, and especially Ion? !(,
which Is a favortt Invocation with the Ctlseee,
even when so great a part of them eoem to have
awthlr g to live lor, and life Is worse than death.
The next morning, taking an early start, though
with dismal foreboding, we dashed forward In the
ftfrenooaoveradryoountry, the tree multiplying,
om ajota under culttvatioii, and herds of cattle,
tunica and hrrsea, eeen here and there under the car
s keerers. with lenre vlllaaws eoattered In tbe die-
tanoe, and soine through whloh we pease d, whoa
crowds poured out, and Iliad tbe sides of the roads
and streets to gsjie and wonder, but always orderly
and civil. Near sunset, the mast and epreel sails
seen in the diatanoeae thrush the eolld earth waa
naviffattd here, announced our approach to the
J'rtAo. where we were to take Junks; and soon ws
wt rs there.
Upon leaving Pei-tsang In th morning, our fleet
made a fine spectacle upon the water, aa our caval
cade had duo upon the land, thirty tiM Junks and
smaller IxaUa being all drawn up e use to tb shore,
sad read j to follow our Minister's Junk the moment
tte Immense and terrible gong gars tbs signal of de
parture. Mr. Waau'a Junk has IU history. It was
built a kvndrsd fears oo, and wss occupied as a
house as will aa a Mandarin paseenger-boat, and had
on board (Ares fenerations of owners, vti.t ths
graadfstbsr, sged SO, and his t wires, and ths son
and his two wivsaend children, his own sg being
40. The grandfather had an older brother on board,
eged (4 yean, and fairly an affacAs to the Junk,stnoe
be was born In It, bad llvrd In tt, and never left It,
and will not till his body I borne from thence to ths
house of silonoe, laateiad of th noisy Ilabal In
which he has lived so long. The Junk I an heir
loom, having belonged to th family from th be-
Ths banks of the river
were lined with vtDere
containing thousands of Inhabitants, who rushed out
to gaia upon us, as though we had eome from th
eiantlend, though no oa suspected us of being
eplrtta, while fmther back nee other and greater
towns aad villagaa still, and a great walled dty lay a
little further bsck from on point on the river, con
taining SoCtiOO Inhabitants or more) the lone of
whuaa bell cam floating arrtly and In melancholy
eurgta to my ear over bmindlene fields of vegetaUon.
The rush waa Indescribable; the Balds seemed elive
with thoee wishing to catch a gaae of us. laadvaa.
tin a abort distance, a tew mils only. It was compo
sed that we J eased above 100.000 people crowding
the banka I nut isomaa was not there I a single
Sact Indioartng tne root or almost au so vus in union
aid tbe East. Nothing omild be mors quiet and re
spectful than tnee crowds though brought to
gether under the most sxctttng sentiments.
Tuesday evening, July U, after a passage of five
days upon ths river, w arrived at tne great town of
Tvitn-ehme, at the bead of navigation on th Pat-bo,
v Men ben divides Into two branches. Th towa oon
tatna 400 000 lakaUtaate, being on of th eseend
a'sss-andthe tiort of ths metreDoiis. It la surround
ed by a high and thick wall, built uf brick and earth,
aad surmounted wtth betons. Tbs streets are paved
with fist stones, which, however, are so uneven and
full of holes, ea to make riding la a earrisg Intolera
ble. There Is a gioet amount of shipping he re, which
baa been eetlmatea at above luu.uuu too i ana iron a
calculation mad from careful observation, I Judged
there were at least 1.000 Junks la tbe river before the
town, and a short distance above and below It, These
iunka, on an average, cany from 104 to 1M tma, and
Dilog grata and rice from tbe enest of China and
through the Orand Canal to the metropolis.
BjThe Mandarins of the ottyerowded our Junk to wel
come Mr. Waxd. as soon aa It anchored, and remain
ed a sjood nart of the evening, proffering every aasla-
tanor, and saying ths carriage and attendants wou'd
all be ready la the mortlng to prooeed to Pekln, for
which ws set out at I o'clock, exultant In the pros
pect of seemg thl old Babylon In eo short s Urns, so
Isnorant were we of our e waiting destiny, Tbe car
riages and all other appointments were the earn la
kind aa before. Ws had travsled III miles by land
and IIS by water, the whole occupying about eevsu
daye I and II miles only remained between us and
Pealn I We crawled Into our eerts, one more, Uk
dogs Into their kennels, and began to advanoe, when,
') ms miaerwm u asiMm Qaeuotom P
every one began to shout, grunt, or groan, at he be
gan to feel knocks and Jilts, and smashes, to which
all bs bad sxperienesd la the mud flat, th rut, and
pltoheaat the oommsoosment of our Journey, wa
hardly a drcumstane. The read begin in th
greet streets at the entrano of th city, which Is
ived wtth huge flas-st. nea, often separated by vio
lent concussion, and often worn Into deep bob, of
the width of th felleee of tb wheels wnlob bad rousd
, ovsr It, and whan tb wheals sunk Into them, either
ta rapid motion, or by a slow drop, pulling th
muies violently dock, tn oououaaion waa na a aua
den dlalooetluu. Thuatbr at least two miles we pro
ceeded, till we reached the western gat of th otty,
when we Imagined tha disturbance of the stone
would bs lesa from th leas ass to whloh ths atone
bad been subject. But here we found ourselves de
ctlved again. Tb road must bars been mac nlfi
cent In It early days, and worthy of ths old sV
mana It had been built above 100 years, aloo
which it ht received no Improvement or repairs.
Tbs csrtb bad beea thrown up te euch a perfect
level, that it waa Impossible to detect the least
s'evetloo or depreaaloa for the entire distance from
Tung chow to rekln. A floor doe not exhibit more
perbctlevcL The width of tbe load is sboot IS feet.
th stone of whloh It I constructed being often 11
and Id feet long, by 1 and ti wide, and hewn with
euch precision as to max a work of solid masonry.
The stones were brought from the mountalna, and
Xing tf equal eoUdlty, eome were more easily de
sompraed by atmrsjiherlc agency, or worn away by
the nlllng of the wheels whloh passed over teem.
Thus It happened that in eome caaee tbe stone were
separated from top to bottom by frost, which Is here
intense in winter, or by violent concuaaiona, or the
settling or sliding of the earth In whloh they resttd
or else deep haee Lad bean worn out, which were
filled with standing water I or mom frequently
and dlaaatruualy, too wheels bad worn out Just their
even width between two stones, between whloh a
little speoe bad been created by the accidental etart
lrg of one or both of the atones In a horisontal di
rection. When the whee s struck and sank Into such
holes, the concussion waa fearfully violent t th
rider aa well aa to the carriage, and especially when
CofAerkeela dropped Into euch granite visas at th
same time, aa waa often the case. I have read of
late of Individuals being blewn to piece from th
mouth of cannon In India I thl eeomed like being
bn-keu end an ashed to place. If not en tb wheal,
yet by tt, whenever It etruok against the granite
w.iinrnnanrtheas balsa under the power of two
j sVut,eoeielo mulee, and then sunk, bringing th
mule baca WHO a euouua smi tmmi j-, wiutv
the ooscuseion wa repeated by th cfFat to sta't
I tbrm tn& &, aarnag forward again. It aeemed tha
or.e'e while body waa broken asunder by the
shock, or If not all that, yet that sum Internal
veaaul must be ruptured, from wbleb death would fol
low. My driver cast all other Into the shade. For
the whole dlstauce he never for onos seemed to think
of the tire of the wheels, or else. If he eaw a hole
ahead, he aimed at it and hit with unfailing precision.
And with good logic, too, did he thus dilrs; for had
not hi anoeetore worn out three holes, and thstr
children followed a'ter, hitting the earns holeaf And
by should he not follow In th stsps of his Ulustrl
The oountry was very fine In the culture and pro
ductions, whuo templee and monument lined the
Paul, on whloh we gaaed with admiration In paaang,
till at length we roach. d a goverutaent houae, where
all were required to alight and enter tbe gnat Impe
rial dty, which was only two mile ahead, la our ear
riagee, a uaage required.
Bl Graade City Takea by CerUoa.
Th Corpus Christ! Aaacaero, of th 6th Inst.,
A portion of Cortisaa' band bar sttaeked
Klo Grand City, and hav pillaged all th bouse
scent thoaalvimr lath centra of th place.
which were probably protected by tb cluxaaa.
An express was sent Immediately to tb Gov
ernor, asking for assist anos forthwith, to prevant
tb bandit from burning th dty and marder
ing its Inhabitant. Tn expressman passed tb
Banquet on Thursday last, on his way to Aus
tin, from whom th above fasts wr obtained
by citizent of this place. All th rancharoson
tb Itio Grand are driving their stock Into th
Interior of tb Stat, to place tbem Uyond th
reach of th outlaws. It sesmt by reports from
authentic sources, that Co arm a baa two bodies
of men organized, and bis fore I eatimatad by
soms to amount to seven hundred men.
Th isms papsr says: Mr. Ulavbckb, who
loft Brownsville last Friday, and U nosr wtth
tb company of Kangers, represent th people
s k.. . hainir in utssl distress, axpecunc
hourly for Cobtiba to attack thsm. Coan
ba bad written a letter to th Chief Jostle of
Cameron County, ordering that tha pareun of
Mr. Ulaybcbb should b tromediataly delivered
Into bis nsnds and In cas of refasal, threatened
I to march on and destroy tb plao Immediately,
CXiMWAt t t h will 1; la ambmU for th
purarsa cf "cutlhtg orT and mtrrdertnsr tb Bsa
gers," tbelr apprrevJi to BrewBirtUa.
Tb Corvw Chr lU AsMcAarw, f tb 7ia Inat.
pabilabed at S P.M , aaiioanes from lafbraatsosi
received tbroagh two c'tlxeo of Oorpw Chrlsti,
mmnbers of tb ber, that tb town aad sorroe ad
tog oountry ai la mlcent danger front OotTt
A and bis band. Tb RamtKen says t
"Tby biingustb astounding now that th
ntlr Mexican popubulnn, cat both sides of th
Bio Grande, are up ta arm, advancing npon a
to murder avery wblu mhabttant and to neon-
?uor tb country a fat at tb CJoredo river,
bey hsvs this Informa-Ion uon th affidavits
of Messrs. Thomas sod Wnirc, two respectable
diltens of Cameron county, who, with their
fsmiikes, had just miraculously eecaped from th
'ntcbtofonof tbL-a tnsnuof CoaruiAA,
and taken refeg at th ranebo of Jadg Lora."
Messrs. Thowa and Wufnt say t ''On Mon
day, th 81tt day of Oc'ober Uutl at their Kan
cbo, about five mil this aid or Arr-rvo Colo
rsdc, (100 miles distant from Corpus Certs' I),
tby wet suddenly attacked bj a fore of more
than 100 meo, belonging to tb Cortinae band,
apparant'y led by I'akcho Tbitisio and linn.
at Cube. Tber sacted and destroyed tb
Raxcho, diov off tbe stock, and canted away
as prisoner Jca VrLLAKKAU Tb order waa
to murder th Cepooeo. and tbv families, but
s'l succeed In making tnsb escsf through
tbe tuirouadlng dense c'lepsrral. Under tn
coinmand'of I'anao VlLLaaiUL, a company
i.f more than 100 man bad crossed from
Mexico to Join CoaitifAS, and these, as well a
the other Mexican forces, war carrying aloft
th Mexican colors. C-JtmsA bad 450 men
la camp, and aa miay mot on scoatt through,
out th coantry, to Intercept all ommunict
tlont with th besieged In Urownsril'e, where
were only sbuut fifty rellabl n-en under trms,
but all of whom were worn out wtth fatigue.
Cn th day of attack on therr rancho, from 10
A. M., to sundewn, they, at Intarvals. distinct
ly beard tba firing of cannon In th direction of
Biownsvitl. W are satisfied that our frontier
on th Rio Orand Is la a ttat of war, and that
Brownsville, with Its Ametican population, has
either fallen Inio tb hands of Com I as and bis
man, who ai supported and sustained bf tb
Mexican fcpolstlon beyond th river, or Is la
great danger of being csptored. Tb Mexican
flag is lit log from a flsg-suff four nil abov
Ilrowrstlil. Wnen BrownevOt falls, wsgreat
ly fear tb next attack will be made up the
Mttlemeursof tb Autcea.
A cot res pendent of tb New Orleans Tn
Delta ssys that tbastock raisers from tre Nueces,
West, are panic strlcksn, and that man r of them
ar mtvlngtbslr entire herds to th East. Will
authenticated t'atement ire In eticnlation that
CoansAs has declared h's Intsnt'on to tak th
country back U th Nueces, and waylay and kill
very Crtnp) that dare to tak cp arms against
him. Ths malls ars completely broken up, snd
not a carrier can b found to mak a trip to th
lowsr Wo Grand. It rtdicu'ss th proposltioa
of sending to Fort Clark for troops, and add
that It took this sam soldiery six week to
march from Brownsvul to this Texas mountain
retreat. It I of opizion that Rio Grand will
not constitute a barrier to th Rangtrt, should
the taking and killing of Cobttsas render It
crossing necessary ; and, In addition, assent
that Mexicans generally sympathls with Cob
visa all except such ba hav Interest on th
American side. II compute tk number of
Cobtuas' forces. If combined, at from six to
eight hundred ; and stys that squsds are dally
crossing tb river to assist th guerillas.
Baratag fta Mu Hsutttr.
A correspondent of th San Trancltco (Cat)
Trmev, who was oa board tha clipper ship Mastiff,
which was burnt at aaa whan fir dayt out from
San Francisco, on her way to China, give th
following account of tba catastrophe i
Oa th afternoon of th fifth day out (Thursday,
Ber. loth), between 4.M aad fi P.M , a w were
peacefully breathed along In charming weather, with
all eall aet, an alarm of fire ws raised t amok rose
up through the venlllsAnie alt, and our Chinese pee
eengers, cf wham w had ITS quartered la tbe be
tween decka, rwshed oa desk In eaeaaernaskjo. Caps.
Joaaeow lastantly ordered the hose to th force pump.
and Immediately a stream waa set in motion, and the
matea took the pipe down the after souttls, I
driven back by th auflooatlag smok whloh loons-
ed fearfully In volume aad force.
The oautaln tuaoDed below and found the between
decks all oa fire, and the fire ootamunlceted to a
bugs quantity of nay In tb lower bold, and spread
ing so rapidly among tb light, dry bertha and mat
of th Ihinser that any attempt to extinguish It
ws a mere waste of tun. U ordered ths pomp
stopped, and all bands to th lowering and launching
cf the boat. Tbs cry of powder" ws raised I but
the danger had been foreseen, and ths captain had the
megaxlae, which oonlautd powder enough to blow
tbeihrpandall mto tb air, aad was oltuetedovsr
tbe fire, removed and thrown overboard. .A ship was
tn elghtaad our snslgn was run up Union down, and
tb yard tarowa aback. Now, all depended on
tba UsUa. Could tbey b launched and filled
In ea'ety before tbe fire should buret through
U decks, amid tbe erie aad struggle of
these half frantic Chinamen 1 Borne of thee
poor cisetnre rushed madly for tb boats, and
other were etuntflad by fear. By threat to aeme.
and bard flgatmg wtth belaying pin against th
rest, and tbe presenting of lovoivere at their heada,
they were kept st bay and In eoaoethlog Use subjec
tion. In these efforts, ths captain wa well eeoonded
by hi efficer aad crew, and by tb cabta passen
gers, and sea-farug men will give eredtt to the eklll
aad dlactptlne that r-revsiled, warn tbey are told
that every boat was launched, suppoed with ears,
manned, loaded with passenger, and sent off with
out t single accident worthy of notice. Mr Joua
soa, tb captain' wife, the only feroals passenger,
went lath first bat, behaving wtth ootisldsrabl
Th ship la sight, which proved to bs th Brtttah
hip Achilla, cam rapidly up, and hov to to wind
ward of ua, and sent a boat to our aid la charg of
our eeoond mate. Tha four boat of th Masttff and
thl boat cf th Achillas were now employed tn pass
ing and repassing between tba two ships, taking off
and transporting ths Chinamen. Thees poor feuowa,
not understanding our language, ignorant of boat
and tha eea, Ailed th chains, hung over the etdee by
rope, struggling for the earUeet places In ths boats,
and force wee still neote-a-y to keep them from
swamping ths boats. Ia about ons hour and
a halt after ths first alarm was given, every
person on board ths Mastiff had been eafely placed
oa the deck of the Achilles, with ths stogie
xoeptioa of a Chinaman, who went below to eave Els
money aiieet and was guff icated. His death was not
known, except to a few of hi eovmlrymcn, until the
next day. When all th Uvea had been ssvsd, Oapt,
Joswaoa gave bis attention to saving property and
prerlaloDa. The specie, aaaountutg to nearly etthty
Ihree thousand doUare, wa taken out aad aonl to the
Achillea, In ebairs of our chief mate. Effirt wen
mad to get out bread and other provisions, to relieve
the fnendly ship from th lax upon her (tore, but tb
fire had mad euch progress tn that part of ths ship
that none could be got out, Aa eoon es tb more
freed ng duties to human llv.s were performed, the
etewara, wbo waa conspicuous far self-poise ssi on
and activity, hat got out the chief part of the cabin
paaaengere' baggage from are houae deck, and very
III tie lu th houee wa lost, though all waa lost which
had been placed belew. Moat uf th cabin pa-sea-gt
rs were atdl on board, of ehotoe-, and aided In get
ting out their luggage. The houee for the crew was
on deck, and much of their effeets were saved, the
captain now giving llbetty to ell to aavs for them
eelvea what they oould. At the sam time with the
luggage, the stock of animals received lb attention
of the master and officers.
Capt. Jeka K. Oaek.
Tins misguided young man, say th CSrU'
fault InUUtgnuxr, who, with th other Insurgents
of Harper Ferry, has been condemned to death,
w cannot believe to l-e, In fact, tb felon th
Virginia Court has adjudged blm to ba In law.
Guilty be, no doubt, was, of conjoining with
others for th cotmsIrrJon of crlnii guilty, tn
yielding to tha villainous scheme of old
Bbowfi, and tba pUusibl sophistry of th 7H
onas maa, KagL But w are sure that b wa
Irjctpabl of plottnv and cjntrt ring so mons'rout
an aaaemblag of crime aa mat lath Harper's
Ferry tragedy. That was th work of older heads
and harder hearts. Thst was a work inspired by
men, who, under pretext of philanthropy, were
ready to engag th wild and lawlee ogras of
Abolition fanaticism to do deads of blood at wh'ch
humanity must shudder. Jour Baowa and
KsOl bad been properly educated, and in tb
right school, to undertake so foolish aad wicked
an enterprise as that of eonqaering Virginia,
overturning th United Bute Government, and
of establishing upon their rulni a Naero Para.
die. Whll w know that b violated law, and
exposed himself to Just punishment, yet w
think that Coox's youth, bl vlstonary and Im
plausible character, his Involvement with bad
man. under tha aanctlon and aonlaus of so
called good men, ought to go far toward mltlga
ting InbU case, that severity of Judgment which
tba law has pronounced.
II was. a raw year ago, a member of th
congregation of which th writer ts tb pastor,
lie was then a law-student tn Wuliamsburgh,
and a young man ot blameless morals and Indus
trious habits. When tb writer knew him. b
had no Aboll'Jon sympathies, nor malevolent
purposes against any. A an attaadant at
church, and a teacher in a then mission Sabbath
school, he displayed tendencies of dispneitlon at
one amlc.bleand admirable. When tba Kansas
war bik out, wten preecbert and politicians
s'rovs together to Inflame th public mind with
diabolical resentments, Cook, young, senti
mental, visionary, aud adventurous, eintgraiaa
to Kansas. Tber b ws seduced br Baowa
Into a partial partldpaikm In hi crime. But
It must be remembered that thoee crime sprung
from political cause, and were committed under
th prompting of political revenge. From
K sites, UooK reired to Harper's Ferry, where
h seems to hav bean mployd In peaceable
avocations, until his vll genius, Baowa, again
called him Into servic. To reet it known.
Ia Marcelloa, Onondaga Co-, N. T-, last Mon
day th aleluhlrg was good fur several miles la
that netgbborbood though tbs snow was much
drifted in soma place and on the Central Kail
road the snow plow was used between torn of
th slat una In r-ee-Yoik dly, w hav had
only on snow-squall tfcU isason.
tflJ!tl.1XT' " Tk. overland mall of th
r!V?,'rl " lea alwnS. Heavy raana fstl st
Awsatlc tessea reUMve to thTeasZTtl'SS 2l
whtoh, U was taougbt, would dlaaaTthe HZZZ
for whale oil, and Injurs tb whahagS22LfT?i
olalu. Bom of tb sugar plaaUaatciele'lS,;
moderately well, but tb7 oode. ero wsTlllS!
fsilur. Th number of ships srrived to Oot,lstws!
The brttlth ship Achfllee, Cap. Ran, which ar
rived at Butmhilu aVr IT, reports that In asserts ea
cDi-per ship Masufl, C'apt. Jouiaow, from Ban Fran
etseo So Iloag Kails', ksvtng oa board ISO paseengera,
of whom en hundred and seventy-five were Cat.
ntce, wss bun.1 at sea on tbe 10th o' BeiOmbsr.
AU tbe isssiiigiTs, with the aueption vt m Cnlaa
rnB, wbo waa emotbered, aee easly taken off by
tb AehUlee and oaveyed to Uoaululu. Aiooog the
peesrngere were E. a. DeaAjof Bustom G. O.llee
sie, Geo. Currosrs J. a. C. Rioaaraan, aad Mr.
Bcaoesasoa The Chinee are eald to have lost a
large amount of t'eeeure. Tbe cargo, consisting of
about M0 tone, ws va. Th fir originated between
decks from sons ti4um emuklng Cnmameo, allow
ing sparka to get amnog their combustible artieiea,
which soon set tbe wards skip la a blase. Tne oecape
of tbe passengers wss owing to th Intrepidity and
(witness of Cent, Joaseoa and his officers, and ths
fottuiiateappaaranoa of th Acblilea. The MaatuT
was s first claa clipper, valued at t'JO.0OO wa In
sured 'or JHU 1 1 0, in lloston.
The Oeirt at Boi otulu awarded Oapt, tlaxrr, of the
Achillea, $1 COO salvage oa the epecie, the balance cf
which was aulpped on tbeehlp K la aad Eilaa, which
waa to eall for 11 org Kong, Oct. Ttb, with tOO Chi
neee peieesgera The cepialnA, orecera, crew and
paearbgtr, lost all their effects by ths burning of th
A fire st Treks, GeL, on the lid, destroyed 5a.
000 worth of propeity.
A rich silver mine Lad been discovered near Fort
Clovernor Wstxaa wnuld appetnt a United States
8enasv before the departure of the steamer uf tbe
Mb of November, It waa eupprwed that he would
make a selection from outside putttlotans.
New Yertt Blrtla.
Albany, Sot. 15 Tk Journal up to 1 V. M.
reduce Ltevanworru's majority to about 1.190. Tea
.tfloa and A rgv irate It much less.
The Weod or Usid Central Committee wae adver
tised to meet at Congress Hall at bora today. Tha
only delegate present wa Moo. Bsuamiw t. Baa.
sx-meraber of tne Aasembly, "soUtery and alone.
He retursa to New York to-day, without takUg any
action on the election of the Charleston delegation,
A Itonjr, '. 18 It r. Jf-Tbe AOt A rgut
to this beur figures up ths election returns, so as to
p'aee Jonas lot abea of Lsevsewnrre, for whom
th frmfnd Journal attU claims 101 majority.
Darning of ike fetrasarr Ialaad Delle.
MiddltUm, Ac. IS. Th staamar IsUnd
Ileile waa burnt at bar dock In ftssx last night, and
is a total leas it is supposed that her burning is
ths work of an hioendiary. Bus formerly ran from
Nsw York to flreenp
inort. but latterly ha been on the
Bart ford and New London routs, ta oonnectton with
the L Doardman.
Wreck f Rfcls) Jaaaestwa.
MvbiU, Kov. II. Th ship Jsmeetown, hence
for Uvernl. with a cargo of 1.00J bales of euttoo,
valued at f 1 11.10 atrted ber chain during ths g s
of Buodsy. llth Inst , and drifted aahors oa the Mid
dle Qmacd, where aha now He, bilged. Veeeel and
freight Insured insured In Wall street, for $17,000.
Vessel, 4n00i freight. (1 1.090. The J. waa built
at WUIUmaburgh, N- Y., la 1S4T, waa 1151 tons reg
ister, rates a 1J(, and la owned by Slat AV Co., of
Kaltrwaid Acrldeat at Crta Fall.
Crotm FalU, Now. IS. Tb up freight trsla
ws rua into by a wood train, this afternnun, soaah
log on car. but Injuring no person. Ths mall train
was delayed for tw hoar.
ITasaiaofoei, Nov. 15. Th postmastsr at
BrownsvUM, Texas, writing to the Post Office Depart
ment, menUooe that all the mall routes In that quart
er were made Impaaeable by th force acting under
OoaTwee, and that the mall canter bed been made
prisoners, lie sajs that this ia emphatically a war of
race and extermtnatloa.
Tbe Board of Aldermen have refused their aen'-t to
eet apart next Thursday a one of thenkglvt".g.
The condition of Judge Doculaa baa Improved In
the last twenty-four hours. Ills physicians consider
him better this morning.
Watkmoto, Nov. 16. Th Board appointed
by the Navy Department to examine atAtwxa's
breech loading carbine, eay tbey think it reoom
mtada ttaelf to the teat of tbe navel eervtee.
Senator DuOOLaa phyalclans consider his condition
considerably Improved this morning, and ha 1 oon
Uoward of twenty Member of Oomrrse are now
here, and others bar been bar to mak arrange
ment for anommodtlondutlng tb Seealou.
There le no perceptible change In th eoodldon of
Mr. DocexAS to-day. When firat stricken down he
was employed In preparing a reSy to Judg- Blsok'
rejolndar. It wa Issued to-day la pamphlet form,
tn an nnflnlehad slat. He remark In not, "I am
teo feeble to add more here let tb ontrovrey rest
for tbe present, perhaps lursv. r "
TbeNewOrianaiiMpiMtoftb llth Inst, says
that twooompanaas of Federal trooe are on their way
from Fort Clark to Browntvlll.
Tk Alleged Kleuaapplag Case) of
Banutablt, Man., Not. 16. Th kidnapping
Indictments involving the return of Comasrs Joss
to alaveiy, were taken up this afternoon In the Supe
rior Court. The defendants filed a special plea
alleging that Jorat ws a rugulva eutve, and that
they arrested him, as ths agents of the owner, and
denying the validity of th sutuxes under which ths
indictments are framed. To this th District Attor
ney fl'ed a demurrer, and for the purpoee of th trial,
tlwdemurrer was sustained without argument
Ths defendant then plead the general Issue, aad
filed a motion for continuance on th ground that
thsy had Juat Warned of ths existence of a desre in
cbaneerym Florida, establishing tb ownership cf
Jonas. Ths competency of that evidence was de
nied, and tha question wss argued at length by th
District Attirney and Mr. Ctnara. Th Court took
tte papers tad win girt a Osolelon In th morning.
BanulaUe, Mat , Nov. 17. Befor th ad-
tumment on Wednesday evening, tb principle of
w concerning Jurisdiction In Iliannls Harbor, were
brought In queeUcn. The District Attorney stated
bl viawaatkngtb,cislmlBgJuridiotioa lathsBtete,
sad that the oflonoee oomadtted were such as sould
bs tiled In Barnstable. Oeu, CDSnuo stated briefly
ths imialona of tb defenoa. Mr. Bsaroao want on
till tbe adjournment and again this morning st
great length, to auetaln his position. When he had
cenoludad bla speech, tbs Court eald that tha teetl
mony on that pant might pioeed, and reserved th
expression of his views of toe law. The Oovernment
finished their case and Mr. Socthis opened the de
fenoa. Us contended thst what was done was not within
ths local Jurisdiction that tha Slavs was an Involun
tary deposit In the Captain of the Orlando, whl. h be
waa bound at common law to keep la'ely and return,
and that under tbe constitution of tbe United Stale,
the defendant were bound to restore tb fugitive
About twenty-five witnessee were called and sworn,
and among "there, were W. Bavaoiin La and E. N
Winaujw Civil Engineers. The defonoe then went
onto put In svldenoe from depositions taken In Fen-
Tb Coaloasaeleas I.lajaer Agrat.
Bosfoei, Nov. 15. Mr. BnttHAaf, tha oontu
macloua BtaU Liquor Agent having algulfied readl
neaa to produce ths books of Agency, wa to-day
taken from Jail, and brought before the House, but
at his urgsnl request time wss given him to eunsult
counsel In one of the aaU-roome. When finally
brought before th U.-uws he tried to get atdl further
time, and on the House urging a direct answer, he
rer-rtdtigivt up tfct book. Us subssuusuUv aek
ed leave te even hia answer, and say Ye-," with
otrtsln exp'acatinna. Tte Houae thought it hai
teen trifled with euffieientiy, and aent hlia back to
Jail, where be will probably remain the twenty-fire
day a, unless hs previously deliver th book to.tbe
Buffalo, Nov. IS. A portion of tha rulnt of
ths kievetor, burned last week, fell this afternoon,
burying ten or twelve laborers wbo were engage 1 In
removing the damaged grain. Two dead bodies have
beea taken out, and three or four of th Injured.
RW la tk Okl Ulvrr.
Pttttburg Nov. IS. Tn Ohio River Hill eon-
u.nMi.iu..n(ll,nnehi rood naviffsble order.
with eeven feet of water In the channel. Abundanee
of brad are now In port, end there la any amount of
freight ready for trenapoitattoa. Several boats are
now loading. , A.
Navigation may be considered at resumsd for tb
Death f Ex-Uv. IIsms.
St. Louie. Nov. IS. A despatch ssvs that Ex-
Gov. Baksoh, receiver of public moo at Port Beott,
die a ou maay.
Mextraa Nwa Tbe Oatraajew w tha
New Orleant, Nov. It.-Th "beflipn at Vlo-
torta, Mexico, be been quelled, and the leaden pf It
eh.it Tbe troops sent to put tt down were subss-
quently marched to Dauoianosa baadquartere at
The affidavit of Mr. MilAxs, who arrived here In
tbe steamer Charle Morgan, that Brownsville bal
been captured, Is oonalderad unreliable, Tb pisvioua
affidavit is aiso not creuiiea, eta, etc.
The f4af f th Asasrlc ,
Bosfoa, JViw. 15 Tha mall for tha B, M.
steamablp Ameiica, for Uvsrpool,vU Halifax, will
oliberaatc'clook tomorrowrwalg, but she
will not eall ueul about noo DeWobelutndd
Moth talrgrsph offiee. No It Wail eireit, Hew
YorkTao asW rlact IteW at 11 A.., wid bs sent out
In her. -
Lea artba mee W Uabert Waterataa.
New CVisoas, Nov. 14. All efforts to tsrtth
steamahlp Kt Watormaa bar boon abaudouad.
alia I a total loaa. Uar cargo was plundered by
1 here were thrts deaths by yellow fever la this ol
ty last wttk.
The re baa been a heavy ge'e a'ong th Qulf eoatt,
avi ice baa fired la thia city.
Soow (j i tn laallpvt oa (unlay,
Nt Orkmt, No. IK. Ta Texas Ugtsla
tnre organised on the Ttb Last, ated elected offloer
of tb Uoeerow party.
Baa Antonio date of th lth Inert, eay that a
battl waa Sought en the , between forty soldier
and volunteers, trader Usui, naaaa, ent aoea Isdl
an. Tba latnr wen defeated, LAsa. U. was badly
Csn of CahsaawM Jaara.
BarnttabU, Mai., Not. 18. Tb cat of the?
fugitives see, OoLCssrs Joasa, was resumed to-dwy.
Judge Auu overruled th motlaa for eooStnuaace.
Tb defendanta then claimed an appeal from th de
easlon cf th Court, sustaining Us demurrer, and
seoved f a suspeealoa of the esse, under tb Mta
Ktlooof th stat at establishing tbs BupsrinrCswrt,
Tata wee overruled. The Jury was tnea eoapaaneUed
nit tba eaaeerjeaed by tbe District Attorney. Twn
?!ZZ " " " aVsr Oiaaaaonarealtb,
iPirrTJ." " e examined. Cap. Banon,
?.l.?rVJ?oam' nsaltb lUwha earned
waythefwa,waewn tbnm examined. N
. tT. V deloped that have not been hereto,
Th Haeas f Malta,
Baltimort, Nov. 18. Tb Sons of Malta mad
lrftrel spared ta-nlgHt In full regalia. Tbey were
eerjortr d by a military company, and vlalted the
man Catholic fair and the fair for th benefit of tba
Bund Asylum, nH" donation to each.
Mestlag eftke" Hard" fata CweaaaMtr.
Alba j, Jfot. 10. In eonaaquenc of errors In
ths advsrtlaement of the meeting of tha Ha-d Shell
State Committee, soms oonf uetoa baa ooonrrad, but
a quorum of the member assembled to-day al Con
greaa Hall. Nine members of the Committee ever
present Jon A Ossaw, Jr., President waa la th
chair, and Mavtbsw MoMawow ws Secretary. Tb
rnoceedlnge bad reference to tb eopo-nlment of
Cnnrrrseiosl Dtstrlct Oommlttee, to supervise th
election of delegates to th Cbarteebax U.vention.
Tbe Committee adjourned tin th 10th of Deoember.
at 1 P. M.
Tba t'. ft. Bvraae Cwtter Uarrtrt Ijibo.
CnorOrfcw, Not. 16. The C. S. revenue cut
ter Harriet Lane, from New York, has put In bare for
repairs, having rcotltad soms dsmsges In a storm,
Great ladta Rakkrr Case,
Ckarlettoim, Not. 16, Hon. A.G.lAjaATa,
Judge of the United Btatea Court for the District of
South Oarolrna, dellved hi decteloa to-day In th
India Rubber case of Hoaeos U Dav, cf New York,
sgslnat Roikbt Ansa A Co. of tela ettv. ands.
erted the oimplalnaata In default ef defendants' glr
Ing a bond la a limited time, aa Injunction, net rein
ing th defendant from making, using or vendisg,
any shirred or corrugated elastic India Kubbsr
roods, containing vu'caalaed rubber, whether they
be ee-nentrd, woven, braided, sewed, or otherwlaa
made. Tbe defendant la the largest dry goods bnusa
here, the Srswat of Charleston, and hai waa mad
a teat case for many other letdlng merchants, wee
bad been sued. The case baa been on argument
etnoe Friday cf last week. Wnaitr A tlrri.roas,
of this city, end W. J. A. Fnxxa, of Nsw York,
appeared for Mr. Dan and Edskwo sfoCsaanr, of
thia dty, tor the de sudanta.
Tb foar Owe Theaeeuid Dallar Bllka.
Montreal, Nov. 16. Th four on thousand
dollar b He. on the Cinnmsrclal Bank. lost soms
time ego, were returned toMouoa'l Bank, to-day,
by aRomanCatbollopilest. Tbey are supposed tn
bars leached ble head
h rough ths oonfeaalonal.
Tbe Hat per Ferry Affair.
WatKingion, Nov. 17. Tha Vichmond Dii.
patek state that Eowaxo Monrr who waa arrested
at Ljacbburg, a a uscted pertldpait la Baows'
foray, be beea re'eaard for want of evtdcneo.
laeatlfyltgpailleaare to proceed to Wthevilla
for the purpoee of ex am In Ing another suspected fugt
Several suspected persona, mostly northern ped
lars, hav beta recently arrested at Cu'pepper Court
Home, aad there appears to be an Intention to plaoa
tn coifJoement all wno do not glv a good aocount of
sVicSmoad, Nov. 17 Evening. Th military
here are under arms, snd reaty ts marah at a mo
men t'e warning, la oonavqueac of report from
Cherisetown cf an Intended rescue cf Bsowa.
Alexandria, Nov. lErentng.tbn Is great
excitement here In coaerquenee of a rumor of tha
itecue of Baoww, and the volunteer militia are aa
sea bllng at their armories.
Haltmwre, Nov. 17. A dispatch from CoL.
Davie, at Chart eetown, ti Governor Wits,tbhi even
ing, requeata the dlapatoh there of two eompanles of
cavalry, stetlng that five baraa and outiiouaee hava
been find to-day, it 1 supposed by syoitathlser
Dispatches have been reoeivtd In Rlcbmocd, which
hav caused the authoiltlee there to taks art mpt as-
ion. i oree nuaorva men ana two pieeea orai miery
leave Alexandria at daybreak by Oov. Ware's orders.
ins Hicumooa lorore wiu pi
pre trsin at aa early hcur.
ieav on an ei-
BaUimorv, Nov. 18. Tha liana' Ferrr me-
sengsr, sent to Charisetoem last night, wa d kilned
outside of tbe towa for over two aoure and a half, by
a guard, before they would allow htm to peas, and
was alao detained till four o'clock on bla return.
A very large fire occurred about four miles fro
Charleatown, and the military were ordered out ex
pectin; an attack, although boo we made. Tha
particulars cf the lire Mt not been ascertained, but
we wtl hear fuithcr on the rival of tb Wlachaater
Riehmod, A'. 18 BUty eompanles of munT
are under arms and reedy to start for Charlsstown at
a moments warning. Nooa of thsm bare left yet.
B'asAtscton, Ac. 18. Eighty -Mvcn Infantry ri
ft men left Alexandria for Charleatown via Baltimore
and Ohio Kallrrad. Blxty men with four guos weat
by a special train on th Manassas Railroad via
Bbasburg, and tbenos will march eighteen mile to
BaUimon, Nov. 18. Th Harper's Fairy ex
citement last night was caued by the burning of a
wheat etask about three milts from Charteetown,
Th military and poDulac were called to arma, and
the wildcat serror prevailed among th people, th
general supposition being that Got Davis had com
tnformatlen of approaching- danger. Tha panto
among the people extended to tt Colonel, and a
messenger ws sent by him to th I'srry, with de
spatch tor Oov. Wise, calling for two eompanl of
cavalry, thl morning.
Tb fir was found to b tt work of an un
known Incendiary. No person oould bs found In th
country on whom sucptcton oould rest. Tnere era
new a thousand men nnder arms and no enemy to b
found to account ar. Th troop from Alsxandrla a--rived
at Charit stovr n thia afternoow. Those, Hy wsy
of Winchester ar expected to-morrow morning.
Tbs Baltimore and Ohio Hai Iroad Company hava
sent Ccl. Ban with aa armed poaa to Harper'
Ferry, to guard tb bridge and th property of th
Oomp.ny at that point
Then la much dieaatlsfactlon, both rem end at
Charleatown. rl lb prsdpltats action of OoU Davie,
In seactug dUpatcbes for troops, Instead of first Bind
ing out a posse to Inquire lnte tbe cause of the fire.
They think they have txea mad to appear ridicu
lous before the country.
Laws f th C H. Pfaate aad Serea Uvea.
Botton, Nov. 17. Th barqu Sam Shepherd,
Capt Il.thaway, at thl jrwrt from Uavana, fell la
with. iA Inst. Ut. tt ion. TT 10. achoonar C. B Peas-
lee, from Jacksonville for Pd'adelpbla, capalsed. an.1
lok bffOaoaua Blattbslt, seaae,who rep irte that
tha echooner capalaed In gal when five days out,
and that ths captain, wife, and five seaman wera
drowned. lie waa five daye on the wreok when res
cued. US Is stupid, sad can glv no partluulare.
Schooner Che. 8. Peaalse, Baxsb, from Jackson
ville for ItiUadelphia, was totally wrecked In a
gale at eea, la which ehe waa thrown oa her
beam ends, when the era swspt ovsr hsr and filled
the cabin and forecastle, drowmtg the Captain'
wife, who was below, and dashing tbe man from
the wheel. The Captain, In trying L? aave bis wife,
perished, snd ths sailor, tn tr)g to cut away
Us msats. were washtd overboard, and only on
wss left Otoxoa Basslv wbo wss tsksneffth
wreck on the Id Inst., la let 1119, long TTerS,
by tbe bark Samuel Bheperd. Cibtatn llevwewev,
wbich arrived at this port, thl morning. Th U.
B Peaak waa 14 tone regleter, and was owned by
Mr. Hurras, of Philadelphia.
Destructive Flrr !. of Life.
Avgueta, Ceo., Nov. 17. A fir brok out last
night, al Atlanta, destroying leverel new stores oa
Whitehall stiect and Involving a Inea In building
and meicbendlae tf 1100.100. Two children were
burnt to death.
At about the same time, six fin stores on Mala
atrett in Ortfila, were burnt t.ther with a ware
house snd four hundred beloe of ootton. Lm oetl
mated at gTS.oon.
eh. a.- ,t At'kntA Isslsil from half-naat slsvsn
Wsrnesdsy night till two o'olock. It originated In a
drug etore aear SaeeemroBD'a aucUoa roe, Tba
leas I bo -dioUtloO-OUu.
Trial of Slaver.
fr... ..t V.- VA In fthsi AMS of BaOWaT.
BAesra,an AacisA, aharged with Importing alaye
on th yaobt Wanderer, a jury ha beea enpennelled.
in It Federal court and tbs svulenc oommenced.
Peaih f Ex-tlverwr tUlaaer, cVe.
Auguita, Oa., Nov. 17. Kb-Governor Gil-,
as died at Uxtngton, 0nrgla, on Wedasaday, a'-
e-v m. numlh1! UlneSS-
Mootip mere pap's cf W.doasday, announce th ( I
uesiiis w rMBi jaio- WS m. , , --- -" -
prom Insist busass ettleen.
rTaAStaetow. JV. 17. Th H-,OrUant TV-,
avuaa, of the lttb, state that U gales la ths Qulf;
Tbs iVeoree ssys thst two eoaductaa, with specie-
amonntlrg to U ItW.OUO, bare left 8t Louis for tha
K o Orsas and It a feared are la daager irum ma
rauding I te. Geo. Eoblii hai lost ground Kb
the Uturoh patty, who auaracted bin of an Intention
of p'aynig than false. It Is addsd la a poataoriit lo
a letter to th Voyuae, from Vera Crux, that Do
blado bad Just entered Quaaajuata with T.OvS troopa.
Frcaa Pike's Veak. i)
LeavtmoorU, Nov. 17. Tha xprwt fror. j
Denver City, 10th b-t, bar. anlvsd with 10,o:0 L f
The provisional gove,nient had gtn Into oparat
Hon by tbeorgaui leacf botasiaacheaof th L,j .
glslatura. , J
Mr. Svstls, the Cctroor elect, bad da'ltere d a
meeeege.. In wt-jeh ta ai-guts ths aaccaalty of thai
reee-ut mr of governmcrt until Congress shall
e aotlou la re feresoclo the Territory. '
Fifteen taming Pas's Peak smlgraiits coming'
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