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WHEIN ROSES BLOOM AGAIJ
U1 G KoRo E W. EI.LIOTr.
o'er Pcaittered rosos low (lie winds aro sigh
Batt spiris throlIgh tih hy Bir tu fy.g
Each dewdropl evens, it mlnoinner' lent;
Rich -purple getn< upon ihe ouk nee gl wing
Gay orange robes are rund thu maples
And aL11 proclaiml thle autumlnhmr
Though purplo 81tin tal orantge ion
Will lIde, tvon brighliter scenes we';i
III thit sweet 4easfnl whenu
The hrookir hidl burst h8is iy chi -I,
The green grvatt eIarpet o'er the phin,
And the roses bloemu igain.
'Though purplo sttain nnd1 orang. hlie
Will ftdo, soon brighter scones we'll view,
In 1hat wrt ei'on when I
Thu brouk AalI ruist his icy chaii,.
The) gri-on gr- carpIet (lrite Plain,
And roses blom again.
Pond hopes, aI, to fineral pyr's now I un
Badly within riti the ..umiac burning ;
Yet, like I he pina -tre grnd
Ileaivenwardi~ lu'i~i; :ini nil a ilureys che
Faith fil ithtVe I cloudy gloom i!3 peering
Into i brighter land.
At lsitare qpre-i.z with thn ha l
Ilhr pali of 1inther ethe land,
T'' give; 11- hie nkw
c ;miling spring, v.ibithl rttt,
And ba:hny breiuh, Lhiir in herk 'rakin
1E I-h !l 1w1rne-v 1- It from I f"1,
Th atch Viirpe tit anu ; 1r"ng" hun
(lM'O. Soon bighter' ienes wVeilview.
'I het brvook !Ih I ilr t hli- ey Chain,
The green gran cupt O-er thlepan
And roes Iluoml igainI.
THE sExm0c~r OF THE AdPLN
A lhi-I hlns over tie no i.;:,
Thi i drery Atm -it
And ith'! rbins iihit ie in tit..hi'A'
fine aive'd ad florn "wa,.
The .!pen i i i lei"4-,r
P h al ! ol't. .vn ,b tt e e
Two Ie t u ith'r d hive I% trembl i r
Thiu Ih i e ti ntt'td a n t:h th
A w.:i liibl iv is tiat) Aspend
.A lowi t i I d /. . d it ho d .t.1 ., .
it nis l olt-t o. liti%; tII Itqi ,
. e cret ,.I iti 0 t title t i
'br uh thI.) ia h t: m
'Ain .\ n :ill.n'11t 11 1.n iir t i I
fr' id. tr m e i tfiu lsIt Id,
L i h, ..-u ity, wIu-. toimo -,-'poigln edl
Prk eU lth ca'. ei i t Hie lhea.''ru.
And, tosiy, I ihv'eut tio leaves, I redYlt
And sere- onl si; topmuvm spraly,
Ve n lik I vo . ei , t t tit rig f titly
Tv Ipass 11r01m their 011hiken chy.
Two oltih ill rt lifes f dt ttd %pling Ido t
Clitlamdbt-t-r t its Lo110n tl t C. .
Tlo wh aer life'sIt Adin t (i
()n itr I e k : -mo nit --ln .
weapot: weir I 'suf toere i ' tt1pA
.\ h W Voice-va i/tA r.--a seer .'
Air it, bwh ew l iti t t ilt il it a had ) tr,
Toli. to lit e mall tu t tly eiar.
1 bron 'I its 4 , (1: 1 <p unt Iliun ef
.\tui w ndrtum t:, whiso't. Thi na---:il
t ike t nu ir tr tv kill hi ve ,
Iuo:Iultsi,- m (n~l ie o , Inl5 vl rttll
Or alte (Cho ": It- drhin .
A 1ndt he who ;e, nhen Ih o.131 . .Im t
but b it ar : '- tirin. t e , lit uto M
The sow r'. s10nk n, atd ,. gr lt
hit ureu~iitt Liii utisiArtt ept ingm wMe
jt. The most intns ac'itgtd hi p.
intsdjiity~ in thn utrsday kilng iano by ani'
lumpstwy.to ure tis uaGerga .ta..,e.,
bl'iopk. Geneso strot. Tee bouLdo n.
deres t.ra is a ygma named Mic hen aobt
Fraonk n slt tglv ttiof aotdetle o'i tpeaanc
bttode witac the uniy of hs vilomtin<
uatdritg At.ese ~o th d'augkher,a gir
attightteen, uTihe tfamiloy beemnis tar.,
tlhis diote anoter, forha le is a1'te
uibisiand 'thetvn incurrtd hiittaioi.q i
retunng to m0,~e(ty awiotdtitIno
thi tyx oratlii the al fii-'. Mof tak'ina
It i. b it s int se efomuo
~At P:ttra ue rtnt . -n aoa n toahir
5((ea lt tu her ol t te pil, hers mca-t i
ri'end n i ith bin~k bitwn. Mlci'al,'t'r
I,-0fae-l to imuiry her, hii sihe ouily got ito'|
1k quainmire upl Io her knlevo, awlI it too~k'
I I vily halt' tii hour' to sclrape nId off' fromt
lolwr mt ackings.
[A 0;ro the k-iyusta Conatiutionaliet.]
A Loson om iSouth Carolina.
Nothing but a jiggle or the first magil . 1
tu1'o cai torture the tio-called vote of South
caro'linoa into atn ondorsenent of CoiLven. I
lion. UIly by fratiul of the iuost unbbis'h. -
ing chtracter can the Conveilntiion be Called
Mi.' Mnly by a hide":ui nitipulaiiotn of the I
registry lists, inl deaitneo (f in:'s and tie
law, in Geneial Cainby's stubordinates pro- 1
intiht Mtlr sIiete has proved Sliecess-i
'ul,. 'Iakhing it for ginitel. then, tiat siulh
't violent lilt hod ofi leconsi eu<:tion will he
bulndtneil -though we by tn eians dou bt
tit ellpolilty of' 11he re itr t o b reau 1o0
ecom init itny Y as I atl y -lh fa1 _ Iitlure of 1he b
l'dical part'/ in South Carolhila i4 fit11I of'
tsignticanee l t hosie who aro disposed to- be
guWili by experieneoo.
(f ill tle Irosel lbed SaIt fo', Soth0 Caro
moi was the une ieeeild ot Cetlre for'l
Nrgr-o Itadlical doinlationk. Trrinendo0"4 q
hhi ck Iiajolri(es, iiilItiied vitih proltimes of
office, lawll-, inulos and any'hing else desir
blhave Ilosituately refusedl to) votto forma
cOnceinl which ivas t) potr out for IW-the
from tw horn of plenty lie be-it gifts of
place. atul emllohliment. 81u0h at subbiorn
iimonife'Silition of Apathy or disgut., on the
piart of th ig'ro -t, theist h o prt'ad' d ,
nieiso Nurpise and m1d tie me:ain w ltes
hitd their "able tillies gren with wonder h
We proiaiw to spoouhitle upr-n tis ring!,
lir lt- I c'"ilI untl nielt it an eli idation of t'
Inllh li r pl ace, we are convo:Ic-l ltha
-i p Itualry ciou. of defealt. was inl c'nlie.'
-11luenc 4f:11ovrwenn contfidence '- -t
grent :athis <.ndllial ce, inl fihe faceo of a V
vt h w' or n i terei lihi pi:ls, ihai
linany IVf Ilh, doI6L: of' %va::l o ere
iet le t , and I a ,11ll pIi" ,. mi ,
lin tho su'Ilder phw'!e. 3 a :I- an Itecestry
olh41 iti <. l n. I i :106\41 I ie io O
tadili , Noti Iii iot It , i' h it. heshn t d
hemse lt) tsiptn iot othe ese adchtumant,
nature ias f n'adeo1inte to t I eloplil o ho'
tof r y iwi. ersI , ' pes, 'ml ow ol'
SOUt hiCar ilin had ihr ma nip ui t nio or. but i
t hey wi o rl in erior aelibrhi : .u I ld bio hI
they od ltheir AMe, their work was apo
qI t illi(liev.
i i lln y, e I i tle p' e ooiple of e t h Car.1
Itnt wer iift i'o I lie the i -y tlf~ ti::<. 1.a0.
itha. lThy kci ' iiay l he pl Ivi Not
1wni, ., rlepp. tem ut"~ thir b-fm
ate't':;ti. u i repento it ihe''ilit ir y la linu
I . 11t th1 y w tr' ' 3 lto ti-ir lhud
ai t pu I I pII t i t ' i. V it it of NorI1th
I ttm iitl 't menIl ofishi tper diotrime
1111I , I lik i 1 ir (If' j.'1 p'I i))l l 4'F1 1s,
am ouh CAM liin i b' bn.r tly li iy i-to
II a.leM tl a nv rith-f fronp'u sid- eflu
It t 1otetitil u fl-i o'ntelu Iton ic " t ot.i
th tet':i of~ pt tos - il vite tpeiin.
i:u e o'h 0 i t lt o. t iloe f'1i li ro Iliu.
tipn ,n they lo iipily sleppeld to tih t le o lid '
debt. or no 6e bt, rebieli or no t-elief, to Ith
om1111mon1 wite or eogun w1 A'oy it 00their
breuthron itr eve y section. of'I bloet thet
tor it T lmv povitl t hi'i v' ietnuelvesi to be
ashiotet t in thi Inoiles' o1011d of manhood,100d.
and a glory and renown inl thee degleerao
Miere, l'ien, 1- ,& leono ihat should nut be
tho In'mje-sty ofia bon'-fido ui'oni of fhe
whfit cleinent. W have been ldtk more
thin' Oi on ii tl key note to foorgia pol i
lie was repdiatlonl of debts ; that the only
way to) inthlence fihe l'her-nokee dli. triel. wa S
IA favor citi itsheno; I hth t the dis iet
afol Ieoi,1 wtivcle inntly heto unpon Such
''h lut l ehon ei ii. its in hablI IittI S wouhict'
rorle tnik. ovi'lltgt Sti eiy nn'y, if their
th1i:1:iial I Ine ns411 eenid hit I hveeby lifted ---
Weilvevi hrto. it s ing wivuth Nori-w
or 3'. ten ed. T :lliat IetIf, l-dia l t' .
eli' . H 1il) I, ,l I lie 11 i-people froll the
mth e tin ;ity 0 io ini i<i 0'lliietly pt' r ot .
thh-: hitS 110 litit hi. 1h'il'u n woi nbtt i he 11jttic
rufl r.1 e t 4 i, vhit ti f orn o Ie t I eitn
es to tinp ; it op. ht yje f'
htii t wh A ,toe tir ag hoi,-- 'ion s oe ft' m
l0 se l ;ti'o i gie intril ii' le t o. ' e
oI - 1113' i I siott iS t 'on lesomabe oiliet
n'o, V(ti,tc. help fromteny uptio fle D:aLe
mufrsiee locns al r labamaia 'lthtens, ld
iot bre qtht. mteh to oit heeitnr doneb Ith
Othiht Asd ariy am'tlopimp l csio Io1 lCtiihe
Ctition orf stheiUied talc;" ut it0
beed ntote, lthreoered uponit thatt iven
paid fngeof' tt laws inaliai go the ol
Oi titno lcotracs yo fele i esi to ciett i
Rliot beuprte iomo litateatnd 8ome),
romt itrue CovninjftoStnt
fN, om a~ cretur o'~ fraudane rapn In j
'nTty e t tehfttove t he whiulteopl of t
Gieorssfi tik' t'and s hobe tadod (houlder ni i
ittheltit enhrgecis the i'le. We0 bteliv
hitact ot tgir~ unoion. fth whis can put'
:ithle eal of0 cobnati. on ii ponli bthek negr
vioru rtily o) hour frendsrnl the orh il
obae' anal rtisa.tence o. in d lampin. (of 8l.a
teprt of ecl ietta Well an el them O''l
fthe saket~5 Iof a coitess it ot thag. .
btc ose h btte iforat thie 1iNorh.e Wat
"N otin -h moebi c me tn- tol'er
pol akofwa hy a esapr.o
I.Proin ule Journnl of CotuuiorcO.
A BaLsiness ritoo,
NIlo~t b)11iile(S8 212 1122 ltveO all e -~C 1 'C
ot o0f countetinco to their 1l(211F -,f toil.
3 tho knights and mon it-Larlns iii the
;lyil o' civa lry vvorc their iat %vilit
ko beaver -ind visor of their heltilio
vA), when W12('l I2)'wentL to the fiell, 1Itt
till n side ihpar pi:. to for silkeun gi on ts
'wn tile frily wax, Uvlso I Iics clg1l lit
I't. ill a .9Illlgg"10 not Ies83 trylig,
we.1 r'tll I in penti-ta rle ItIIIIA in
22t22s2hours, filh lily it Iltidle only ;
wi in ittote I of relaxi tioit front their
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A Sin S11I111.IOT AND A FI.MK OF UNITED.
sTATES THoOPS DEFIED. 0
On Saturday last the citizens of
Washingtoli c>unly wNero startled by t
the announcoment that their sheriff, a
B3ateman. In the discharge of his official Y
duty, had beon shot down by a itegro
of(under. 'he fnets, as reported- to us,
are as fellows : A negro man by the
namo.ofiStephen Gills had committed
considerable thioving operations in Mar
I County, and to escapu. detection and
imnishment, had skodaddled for Wash- Y
iron uomit y, hiis former home. t
k duev ro1iisition having bein. midc
up1) hri1 13atenmni, lhe proceedvd,
with it file of Unilnied S:3a3.3 soliers', to
arest ti mi nd 33,t finding him at
lean 3earCII 11 v woods, anl3d 1)11111
333ar3 his ho'e4. Wh11 Ihe was I..nnt1d SO
erot.3d. Ti d1em uitl for- surr e, nder was
seornfu"lly lagh. 11, ali when SherillT
HuI nan advanced. inl dislhirgo of li.
duty, lit!s me3't by)V h a.lod of biCkslot,
il thu ImId$ ol tle nepgro, (Voln ill the
pr esCice of t sq'ad of traited States
troops-tlheI effets of hich. it is stlp
.Pse 31 will resul seriouy if not fa tally
to Mr. Bateman.
Owingo t th (arknes5,. tlth rascal
e scape. ma13 1lo31 :g, "ne 3a.ttand th
military tuiilo)t in force to ea Ilttre
him, no airrest. has yet b1een made.
This inl.'e.it vonatl sevImi to 'idl.I1 to
th atlitlle Iotat cta.n-1 s a po3)rtiOln of
Hitw colorend race toward all Ilie whites,
he tiy Nothern or S.Jmbiern, when it
ii un-lerstoodl that. I bis 14r 11m1ade I ho
boan31 that lie was shooling at the lien
tenialt of the Unitedl Stat1es troops
s1howm33g tirebyIM a settled anlitua3)Sit Io
t eti ei whit.e race, e ven when rep
re3iselld by all ofieer of the Unlited
DA N (sTEL.LO's ) ENAGERIE LoosE.
The ho3ob'o .w sys :
A bout, daybreik ye:tcrday morning,
on the Mobile ian 331 reat. Northern t
Railroad,someo thir-ty-six miles above
Tot sa:ia i portion of th ttraiii was
133-own from tlie t rack, resul ting in
I tle death of the man, 31r. Will is13uur
roighs, a driver of the hand carriage,
:a3in3 the VoUn1ding,", 113010 Or less severe
lv, o'a half lozesI others. Mr. Bur
roughs was fro Owentsville, Kenl
3accident wa,3 Cnnsedl b.y tle
braing 'of ai rail. The engine, ten
I., and lirst three cars pIssed safely
oveCr, Ilt the two nlext. truck Cars,
containgt foulr eages, in whichul were tho
Royal Rengal tigress, the byen, two
boars, and thlt- tapir; were thrown
11', the ca.ges smna-hed and tho ani-m-ials
released. Two other lox-cars,con
tainig t wenty-six horses a n )d polnics,
sha1ed the misfortune, the orses be
ing piled together and apoti. oneh oth
Cr iln utter confuioibn. Only one wats
killed howe"er, 1n1d several ot iers suf
"'lhe animali Icloased did no dam
age to ea'lc other, with the execption
tlat on of th0 botrs killed a fawn.
The tigress and one of the betars at
first maniifested a hostilo disposition
towarls cael other, the bear a:'. ume0d
'11 upright position1, and stood upon
his guard ill regular listiana style, an1d
wihien the3-. strip1ed beast canto Smelling
ab3out li , aCull, or I. wo wats exchang.
Pd. TleC bear amused1!0i41 hiIself by a3s
eending some of it e nightboring
the eigborhodshoing 1no disposi
t3in,holwever', to go very far away.
T'hey werel' al11 re-caged withou.t diffi
W\oimi K Kow: INo.-hi is si led t hat
a1 imntgry 3man1 wh sits diIown) befor'e a1
pound3( (of bee(fsta'<, ti.nder, jiiy and an
inch tick, and1( ea-ts it,. will find( up~on
anisi, tha~t sixty-frvo per cent. of his
ste'ak was walter ; that eighteen per cenlt.
will go to give him ria alermlanic flesh
ness5, antt:1 fotirt eenI per cent1. is as
sine t wrm1 lhn, and3( mlake him feel
com33forta~ble on a cold day. Of thet flesh
forming itgrodients, alccordinlg to Dr.
lay fair, e3very one, on an1 average, re
Tuiires nmoflty-tw.o pounidsQ annua333lly to
keep upI a pr'opor' bodily cond(ition. 'If it
is not obtainied fr'omi steaks, then31 it moist.
he setenre from something else. Cheese
is a flesh forme11r, (30 per cenlt.) and tal
ken with1 beer spedil y conlceals 31'l traces
or' unlsightly bones. Two onn3ees of
tiesht-former's per diem will keep a mani
alive ifhe is n'ot forced to labor, bilt hard'(
labor requ3i res stix, or the body wvill run
short of sIar'ch and( snar, and1. go be
hind inl htealth3 and1 strenigth In 1 00)
parts of wvheat thtero are 10 pouinds of
flesh, but ther'e is nearly dlouble the
amiloiunt ml the3 same1 quantr3ity of oat- 3
TiiE RmuhT PEBSUIASaoN.-In torr'i
bleoagony a soldier ilying in thle hios.
pl)3(3. Avisitor' asked im :
''Wxhat church are' yon1 of ?" r
"Of the chluroh of tihriat," lie re
"Imean of' whlat per813suasio a~re
you1 1" then1 ingnlir'ed the1 v'isitor.
"Per3Snasion3," asked the( dyinig man-,
as his eyes looked hteavlenward, beam
mlg wiVth love to thle Sai~our, "I am
persuladed that neither death nior life,
nlor an1gols3, 1nor principalitie's, nor pow
ers, noer things proset nor things to
comol, nor heightht, nor1 depth, nori anly
erealture, shtall soparate 111 from thle
love of God avhich is in Christ Jesus."
DIATru 01' A O1m1aa.-Mr.Wmn
liitchcock, an Alderman fromn Ward
No. 2, aInd a respected citizen of Colutm
bia, died Snnday evening, alter a severo
illness of sevei-a?. weeks' duration. The c
fanieral services wyere held yesterday.
Mr. flitchcock was, well known as the
proprietor of a Itarge li'tary stable, and
was hold in highosteam- by our whole
commnaity, for his afabiiyadpop
attontion. bl~ ldpo~
A pr'isoner~, whobadl received .nolee.that r
he was to dio neI ogr.ing,. wea asked by
share theiffe~a'e wfh hihom 1 gerd I
"I never eat abything that I io wrill het
The; SbVen Anoient Wonders.
lat. Tih brass Collossus of Rhodes,
ne-hundred and twenty feet hiih,
'tilt by Cares, A. D.52.88,. occupy lg
wolvo years in making.. It stood
Oross the harbor of Rhodes sixty-six
'ears, and' was then thrown down by
n earthquake. It was bought by a
'ow from the Saracens, who loaded
me hundred camels with the brass.
2d. The Pyramids of Egypt. The
srgest one engaged three hundred
nd sixty thousand workmen thirty
ears in building, and it stood at least
hreed thousand years,
3d. The Acq.ueduot of Rome, in
ented by Appius Claudius, the con
5th. The Labyrinth of Psammeti.
us, onl tho banks of the Nile, contatin
ng within oie continued wall one
housand houses, and twelve royal
alaces, ait covered with. narble, and
aving only one entrance. The build
nag was said to contain three thotusand
hamibers,. and a iall built, of marble,
dorned with statines of the gods.
5th. The Pharos of Alexandria, a
ower built by order of Ptolemy Phila
tol)hius1, inl the year 28 1R. 0.. It
?as erecto-l as a light-house, arad con
aied magnificent, gallerins of marble
-a largo lantern, at tio top),. the light
,f which was soln nearly a bundred
tiles ; mirrors of enormous sizos wore
xcl round tie galleries, reflecting
verythitg onl tihe sea. A common
ower is now erected in its place.
Wi. Tito walls of Babylon, built by
irder of Semiranis,or Nebuchadncz
ar',. iid finisihed in ono year by two
utdred thousand men. They were
f immenso t hickness.
7th. Tho Temple of Diana, at Epie
uts, completed itt the reign of Servius,
ixthl king of Rome. It was four hun
Ircd and fifty feet long, two hundred
>road, and supported by ovo hundred
mid twonty-six marble pillars, seven
y feet high. Tite beauns and doors
vere-of cedar, the rest of the timber of
yprus. It was destroyed by fire 367
TimR SETTr.F.EN'r WITIF FaASEr,
I'RENHOLIM & Co.--Tic \\asitington
:ortrespontdent of tie Boston .A'1crtis.
i says :
The replv of tie Secretary of tihe
l'reasutry to the resolution of 'Onoral
W ashturne, of Wisconein, call ing for
tformation relativo to the settlement
vith Fraser, Tretholim & Co., wil be
m interestitg documatent. It w iii
trobably covet a copy of' tite papn
ignted by the itiembters of that ftrmt
it this country, its the resultb of tie
!onlference, some weeks ago, with the
L'reasury Department The iet cotia
ion for the (overament.t was coniduct.
,d by Assistant Secretary Chandler
nd lion. Caleb Cusihing, and resulted
n a tmanner entirely satisfactory.
I. Trenholh's attorney and ontc
nember of tie firm camtn ill) hrec
'rom Charleston, and after considera.
.le consultation signed pt pers conced
ig that tle Government i's cr.titled to
di tle spec-ifo'm (onfederate property
Yhielt was in theitr hands on tle 9t1i
>f April, 1865, that, being tle day of
reo's surrender to General Grant
Phis concession gave the Departmeni
'our or five ships of war, and cotton to
he valuo of ?20,000. The Tren.
tohtns all concoded that they could
mtako no claimt otn tis propei'ty foa
le'bts due to thtem ft'otm thte Confoder
tto Gover'nmont, and futieroa, thtat tCu
Untited States are ent it d to a state.
iteitt of' thto account Latw'een the (Cot.
redera':to (Goverttnment and iFrtaser'
'T'rtnth o & tCo., tas it stood on th<'
;a id 9th of April, 1865, ; and to, the
'eceilt of any nmoy found to be due
)t thtat d'ay, frtom the said firmn to Ihlc
iaid Cottfederatc Governmettnt.Th.
gr'eetment was taken to Soth Carol i
ut, and surbsequenttly signted by tall the
nemnbers of' that firmi lifvi-ng in this
~ountry. Thtree or four woeoks ago.
Jhief Justice Rtedliold, of Vermtont,
tailed for Ettgland to close up the but'
licess with thte partniors livinig in thtal
~ountr'y, and it is presumed that thec
mtatter' is concluded before this time.
BlUN ON A BANI.-Thec New Yot'lt
ot'rospondentt of the Phtiladelphin
Gedger' wt'ites on Thtursdaiy as fol'
'Tere was a run on the Manufactur-.
trs' Batnk for an haoutr or two this morn
ng, growing (tat of theo fact that the
>resident, J. D). Spar'kiman. Esq., is a
pocial partner in. the ftitm of J. K.
?~laoe & Co., which susepended yester.
lay, and the bunk was under'stood tc
to a lartgo hld~er of its paper. Unadet
Ito oxciteent Mr. Sparks resigned,
uid a Mi'. Ftrmani ther'oupon was
lected in his place. Theo bank,uip to
his time, has promptly met all (10
and utpon it. 'Te Bank of thio Re
ublic dleclining to act as its red oom
ig agont, theo Fourtht Nationtal Batik
ohlunteers to not for it in the clearitng
THEr PntPsIDENT'S MEsSAGE.-PIe
'tosidentt's mnessage was road1 to the
labine~t to-day. All the memttboers
'e present, including Scotutary
Vells, who lias not before-attended its
Dssions for several weeks past owing
'[he President's messago-, it is uni
erstood, will be put to press to-mor
w, and the prospoe6 is thtat copies
ill be put to press to-miorrow, and
bie prospect is that copies will be
ransmnitted hence: in advance of its
olivery to Congres, in, order to so.
ure its correct 'puibliation in the
eWSpapers, an4 aviod possible mis
skes throutgh the tolograph.-alti
or' Gazette 30th.
It is designied to converb into a no.
ro high sohool the building in Rieh
tond whtich was'obapied bj Mr. IDa
isas a. private 'residence during the
rar. The buildling is the pr'operty of
lie oey' of Uiehmond, bought and
aid for with its money.
What is Thought of Impeachment-Tho
Feniana-Spooio- Paymonts-The Dry
Goods Trade &o.
NEW Yonx. November, 2.-The
public nind has ceased to worry over
the impeachmont business-the pro
vailing con-vition being that nothing
practioally will cote of it. The
i1tmes, Conercial and ?cnzanig Post
all Republican papers-givo tei cont
Imittee's report tlo cold shoulder', and
substantially agree in declaring that,
as the lawyers say, they have nto caso.
There- is- a more settled feeling in
business circles in consequence, which
is not so marked however, but for the
speech Mr. Butler is making th is aftor
neoi, in favor of paying the interest
on the 5-20's in paper.
Posters are out calling for a public
meeting this evening, at the Cooper
institute, to protest. ag.tinst the arrest
by foreign Governments of American
citizens who inay chance to be sojourn
ing within thoir domin ions. The
demoustrat ion is understood to be a
Fenian affair, and as a sort of profae
to the public procession in honor of
the memory of the Manchestor martyrs
appointed for Friday next.
The Chamber of 'Coimniwce held a
special1 meteting th i af te'oon, to urge
upon the Government such a policy as
will facilitate anl early return to spe
etc payients. A long report embody
ing the views which are usually advan
cod on that, side of tho question, was
The report was ordered to be print
ed, and a copy directed to be sent to
eaohi member of Congress. In the do
hate which subsepiently followed'
Messrs. O-tdyke, Low, Chittenden,
Conkling and 31aury took part. The
principles embodied in the report
were. generally endorsed, though there
was some difference of opinion. as to
tse proper time for specio resumption,
sono urging at later, others an earlier
The dry good (calers'report trades a
little wore active withini the few day
past. -le volume of business, bo. be
sulrel. is not large, but it, cotupares well
with that which was transacted in the
early part of' the month. Woolens are
in active 4 dmn-1t1d, bi.t 1prises are no
higher. There is a -fairer dennimd For
coliton rooils for r-xport, e-peciall y drills
'a brown sheeti 'Ig. The sotritigooey
in .w0 tuoniv ominret is a great draw
niik, htt still things are, oil thO whoit.
exhibititg symptoms of ilprovement
A liowi..--Tho XSta /esitr, Jacobin,
hm.i Ito i l~h-ti in its coluinw, but howls
benuti fully. I.st our rende..s should fail
to hear aid enj- y' this sweet musio, we give
afrew of the ricl ecloes
"Since the Unliono dicinhits at. tile battles of
1 l l11n, Olg lo hol, mud l1:al's lbi11, tho
countenances of Co;p-i h:dls havo not worn
such : delighted erpression as Chey did
ye terday on i tie receipt of, the news that
New Jersey and New York had deiclared in
r*'vor olr1h Andrew Johnson, Bond-repi
dIiai;ig, rehel-enfraielising Stale ticklts.
The j shown iero are tuildoubtedly ex.
ibied l ihe same class every wh.r
Di;i ever a oiled tilief exiihit greater
ch igrill in le losiS of* booly ?
'"No rogue ever .-lt i lie Iilt r draiw
With a-s a1 good .u4.piioni orihlie law."
I The R q/dyitoir continites it t strain :
I On tile contrary, the Union m1en of the
unreconstricled 8t Ites, Ihose who sillfe-ed
pecuniary losses, persecution, privation,
everythingshort of death in their devot on
to lie old thag dturing the war, will be de
pressed beyond estimate by the tidings of
.lesso. The importedl Radical thieves,
1111n11 cut-cut -throats, 011 an tac'ers of as.
sititasintis annd arsons will crtainlly lbe
depreoseid. It. is depressineg to all rognes
to know that te probatbility of detct cion of
'unii shmnarn is grter thani that of esapo.
hl ting" on, brteyu n siciweet
to pitriol ie lo icrs. rnisci
The following with slighit v'ariat ions, will
"Two black crows sat on a tree,
And t hey wire black ats blackcould be;
One crow i;ays to his mate,
'What shall we doa for grub to ate ?' "'
followed by the morning whrang doodle, if
rightly varied, Ithis will answer very well.
''Sing brot her."'
Vllnotxrxs Nanotns ALanI aet.-A meet.
ing of several hntndred negroes was heldl on
the seguro yeOstad-ay afternoon, andh resolu
tions were adopted declaring that in viewgof
the etforts of the Conservatives to intimi-.
date colored voterr, John M. lotts, Gover
nocr Peirpoint, Frnln Stear-na, Judge
liives, Lewis McKenz~ie antlothiers, bo re
qtuested to call a State Convention of white
Republicans to as~eist and dirtect colored
people in cnrrying the election for the rati
tieantion of t he conlstitution. Other resolue
tions were adopted averling that in ao ease
will the negroes vote for any one ofipcsed to
their freedom and education.
These fellows are- some or the same negro
nmob that drove Ilottit and his co-operation~
Iis out of the lAfrican Chureh in Augtust
last, refused thont '.o heed the warnings or
listen to the ndvico of their white Republi..
can friends. and who seeing, thec tide of
public Indignat ion ngainst negro suffrage
sweeping over the North,and beholding the
upIrising of the whole white population of
Virginia to resist the effort to clothe this
brutal and ignoratl black mob with politi
cal power, now cry out to Boths and the
wit .Radicals to come to their heclpi But
their cry comes too lato' The whites of
Virginia, without, regard to any minor poli.
tieal questions, are all determined t hat tho
negro shall notI. rulo them. "Down with
negro suffrage" will be the0 rallying cry in
the coming canvass, and any constitution
containing negro suff'ratg will ho rejected
by 20,000 majority.--icihmond Dispatch,
R snooro OF TINE Ansv.--Ocneral Grant
has issuted ana order reducing the ef'ective
force of the armoy to aboutt forty-five thou.
rand men, and breaking up all the recruit.
ing rendeavous but four principal ones for
each arm of the service.
To fully uiaderstand the effect- of this
order, It t-hould be stated that the maxi.
nmum sa'ength of the army would bo over
70,000 maa. Its actual per cni. strenglth,
according to Genor,al Grant's report, Is
about. 66,000. This reduction will, thtere
fore~, bring the strength of the arm-y dlown
to.about 40,000, or 11,000 less than the
pr esent aggregate.
* ErEctoN INelDEsr&-"lallo, daddy,"
asked a friend of aa old man, who had Jusit
put his ballot in the box, and was usowly re
tiring from the field, "how do you veto Y'
"GOr Amighty only-knows, miassa1" said the
old man, rathIer gloomily ; "Dlat menr youdler
git' me a scrap ob paper, and-I udrap 'em in
de box, but I don't-know nuttin about 'em,.
It mity daj wao-k. la votin,
A Good Customer.
A few days sinoo a dignified person,
with the, bearing and general appear.
ance of a country merchant, stepped
into a wholesalo store in the city of
Norwich,. Connecticut, and in a bland
and insinuating manner, inquired of
the propritor it'ho sold gin by the bar-.
rel, at what price, and if it was a good'
article. Ie would like to see a sam
Proprietor drew a largo sized tum
blor full. Country merchant tasted.
"Ah !" said he, as he smacked hiws
lips with just a suspicion of delight,.
"that's good gin. What can you let
te have a barrel of that for 7"
Proprietor named the price.
"Remarkably good gin," said he,.
taking another sip.. "That rom indst
me of'some gill I bought in 18,1," an.
and lie went on with a long storj:'
abmit that particular gil, utopping oc
casionally to try the sample until it
was all gono: but a swallow. The
story finished, io tossed off the bal
anco of it, and remarking that he lik
ed the gin, and would comic in and leave
his order after making a few purchas
es elsewhero) left the store.
An hour afterward, while the pro
prietor was waiting onsom customers,.
the gin buyer returned, and this timo.
tackled one of the clerks with :
"I have got to buy soi gin tO-day,.
and if you have got a first-rate article,.
I should like to see a sample of it.
Anothier largo sized tumbler was
frtlcoiniiig, and the old fellow tasted
of it. Then tasted again. Then ho
tu.rncd routid, held it up to the light,
and tasted igain. Then lie smacked
i is li1P,? inquired the price, and took
another sip. 'ihen he remarked that
it was very cold weather and took a
swallow. Then lie commented on the
gill, and indulg3d in a few reflections
about how miuchi more gil cost now
than in 1838. le kept on talking
and' he kepb an drinking, and the clerk
kent on waiting to consummate the
I was such a dignified man, and
wa 'o evidonl-y a goodl judge of, as
well as a l'arge dealer in gin,.
that the cleric was not disposed to hur
ry him. But as Ie was taking down
the last swtllow, th proprietor
camtle around. Th suspicion dawned
upon.lim that the country merchant
was a better drinker than buyer.
Stopping up to him he thundo-ed out:
"Look he.ro, sir, do you want to
buy mly gin .'
The old fellowN dignity melted in
an instant.. Putting his hand in Iis
overcoat he drow out a pint bottle,
and in the meekest and mildest voice
iinginable, replied :
"Yes:, put a half pint in this bot
A Good Anecdoto.
Judge.-, of Baltimore, is an
able judge and a pious man. le
knows for what the Island of Jama icta
is chieily celebrated, and thinks with
Lord Byron, thia-t "The tw*o things
most consolatory to fallen man are
ruam andl true rcligion.'
Disdaining to intbibe perpendicular
in bar rooms, he koops a demijohn of
conceded Otard in his office, and their
stakes his thirst as inclination
promIpts. The judge has a son who.
knows htis fathier's habits, and emulates
them with filial assiduity. On Sun-.
d nay morning the judge would say:
"Well, Rufus, going to the Frat
Presbyterian with mte this morning ?"'
"No, father, I reckon P'll go dnownii
to the Second Methodist.''"
But on his way to that edifice, Ru
fus uniformly st opped at the office, n
locked the. oikl gentlenian's private
closet, and intdulged himself with the
Every Sunday morning the Judge
repented lisa laudable inquiry, but Ru
fus preferred the Second Methodist.
The Judge soon began to notice a
dimunition in the contents of the.
demijohit, and rightly suspected who.
was the culprit. The Judge emptied
the remlaining lig.Lid iinto anothor ves
sel and plaeod it in a secluded place..
Next Sunday mornig ono the usual
"Going with me this morning, Ru
"No, father, I reckon I'll stick to
the Second Methodist."
On reaching the oflice and taking
hold of this demijohn, he not only saw
wiuth disgust the 'impty jug, but notic
ed a small p ieee of white paper at
tachod to time handle-, on which was
legibly inscribed thte words: "See-.
ondl Methodist closed 'for repairs 1"
After church father and son met,
and looking curionsly at each other,
smiled a little smile but said nothing..
The "re pairs" on that Methodist
building h ave not yet been eongigyi
So Rutfuis avers.
"Ma," said an inqjuisitive little girl,
"will rich and poor folks live. togethei
when they go to H-eaven ?
"Yes, my litLe dear, they will ail' be
"Then why don't rich and p or
Christians associate together here ?
"Papa,. phease buy me a muff when yomn
go .0 Boston," said a three year old
Ruth. Hier sister Minnie hearing thia
"You are too lit tle to have a muff."
"Anm I too little to be cold 7" rejoined
thtu iindigniant little Ruthi.
Whten the ranly cirole are gathered
togelhoer 00 an evening, what greater
deligiht can tie experienced titan for some
member to entertain the rest by.a sim
ple song or a few popular airs on some
nmseical itnstrument ? Such a course
tends to bind the family in closer har
mnony and to make the sacred name of
"hiome9' far more dear to every peber
of it than any other plaoe of' patstime or
Centney plante gr'ow wild ia Oallbrtsy
and are raotsd ani t .ad...a s u..~..