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B. R. COVEN, KIUTOR b PROPRIETOR.' "HE WHO USnA HOT SES At 7 lATO." TERMS $160 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE
NEW YOf, VTT, NO. 30- I
ST. CLAIR8VILLE, OHIO, TIURSDAY. MAY 3, 1855. WHOLE NO 04
. permitted to run at large Imaiu corpornnon
'9. Thai all hogs, or plgS rutminR at hug
New Stock and New Styles, at Reduced
the BELMONT CHRONICLE!
POBLIfUED KVF.UV TIlUhSDAY MORNINO,
f(T,iP on Nofth side, of Mnin Street in
the New Mn-nic Hnll, n fcW doors
BMKt of the Court Houmn nnd '
low dtfofl West ol the Norton
TiiiMf nr MliiOUffTlOII.
If witliitt tlirpp moiilliH, JjjJ
Iriitla urrfrttMMI arc lint.
Tl.r.VISOl Alll'l "TIIMM1.
i.til .)... (II lii-.-KTl..""- ''.
TniiffSmitiMmiMM u.uni.n. aJj
Hail cuinmiii ijuo
'Srr!;i..n. I ";" ".
,.;,ul unleu at Ihc "I'll "! "I ealtor-Ul
The departedl-th i (!.'Miif J!
Ti.oy " 1,9
Ami ti.ey glide nt our memuiic.
Ilk shadow ovet tramt
Bui whott lb bhiwrrnl Ui.hu of homo
In constant htstr burn,
Tho dsparted-- th departed
Can never mow N.urhl
Thr good, I'lf brave, too beautiful!
How drcamleM U tin ir ship,
V testa rolls llie dirge like I""'0
1)1 the ever hunting drip
(lr where lh iiurryins nlgbt-Wlltdl
Pel in ft's robes have spread
Abort 'lie uarrow places,
In the tiii. a of llie dead!
nrotfd, end M the cure
Ofullt Who Walk! tileU
Among the wrecks of former days
in mournful Win strowo.
1 start to hear the Stirling OUnd
Among the cypres trees!
For the voice ol lie dt parted
le tome upon th brccie.
Tliat .oleum Voice I it mingle Willi
Bach tno mid careless strain,
1 scarce ran Uiink snrUVa minstrelsy
Will chetr my heart again.
Tb nulo.ly ofjeummer wave,
The thrilling not birds,
Can never be. to dear to me.
As their rtmanibered word,
ImHicUuim dream tSelr pienant smllea
-ill on too sweetly rath
Th' ir lone f lovu 1 faintly hojf'i
My nam in sadness call;
1 know tint they ore happy
Willi ibtir angel plumag ont
Rut mV heart i, very desolate,
To think that ihay arc gone.
THE DEPARTED. MISCELLANEOUS.
An Earthly Paradise.
Of South America, epeoially lU Interior
W know but little. Tun exploralloua o
Herndon and Gibbon. Imve given us more re
liable Information eouecrnlng it. then, per
hope, ell other traveilera uC writer combi
ned. Btfiuemonthe aineei we noticed
ooneideruble length, the work of tbe Bret na
mi d. Thtt of tbe hitter wshe juat read
with even greater intereet. Wo give beloy
1,11 intereeting alreteh, aelected from tblabooli
of tho Department and city of Benu Crol
situated near ine euritem buuodary ol lloli
via, and almost mid way betWMU the AtUn
lie nd PaciHc Oceans. Willi no comni irot
oilier than tfial carrii i on by mule traiue, i
cut off from lutercou wUh tin' worldi i
acareely feele tbe lot oi cither. It naturi
nreductton make it Inde-pendent l all otue
counttie. Their great variety ai d ;t.i i'iu.i
bio iiiiu luxurlou climate make it a 1 Uapp
Valley," an earthly paradise. But let on
author peak lor hiincelli
When we look ut the lit ofproductlor
in 'lU. retfiondl country, we are slrtiek wit
the independence of it Inhabitant upon a
external trade. A breakfaei table in Hjui
Cruz, eontructed ef beatitlfW cedar wood,
deeribed, covered with white cution elot
H.ver plates awl dishes, with silver cup
folks, and fpooii, collee, sugar, rtviim, 'i
tcr, corn and wheat bread, mutton, fggi
oranges, are nil produced in ike province.'
Heel is found on tiie punipa, game iii ll
woods, and lish in the rivers. Potatoes l
nil the garden vegetables are raited upon ti
plantations. The arm chair of the creole
mad'.' 1 1 the ornamental Caobs," or mahu
uiiy tree. Kighl s"'sli "y he seated, t:ai
one in a different species of mahogany. II
Indian servants gather grapee. make wil
collect the tropical fruits, und tobacco; whi
his wile or daughter take prido mi well-ma
. inrs. The climate is such that hoM
loam about ull the year; there i no expen
fcr stabling the animali. No Wns are i
cisary lor the protection of his harvests t
ring a hard wUiter. Hi house may be
c.pcn as a shed. What little thin clolhi
nt! bcddiu; h:s family require are suppl
by the soil, und worked into line cloth by I
hands ef Indians, who spin, weave, and sc
Silver lie cares little for except In table u
Gold ounces are melted into crosses and e
rings for the Indian girls. The luiiahito
of Santa Cruz arc therefore lh" most indol
in the wurld; undet its hospitable climi
few men exert themselves beyond what is
When he takes a fancy lo wear slri
trousers, he plants a row of white cotton
u row of yellow. These colors contrast W
out the trouble of dye-stuff, should ic i
a blue, he plants u row of indigo; w hei
requites red, he gathers ooehineal from am
the Woods, where he also finds a bark wl
produce a deep black, which the WOmcS
t. n employ to dye their w hile dressea.
Tna heirt-h aved bixa grows wild llie
ilia bean ccents the door-way, while
coffee and cliucolate? trees shade it. The
gar cune may be planted in any part ol
province, lo bo manufactured into suVar, I
nd molasses during the year uf planting
J' may be well to give, frojn report,
outline of the duily life ol a family in this
town. Very eurly in tl I morning the etc
ole, gutting out o! bed, throw hiinttlf into a
hamact Ilia Will stretches herself Up't'n n
bench ntur ty, while their children aeat
thcmselvrs with their leg under them on
the chairs, all in their n ght dieses. Th
Indian servant girl enters Hh n rupofrhoc
Olata In cad, -.lien, her til ti e laimly. Aft
Which she brill, a lymt coals of tin in a lllVef
l)lh The wlf lights llT htishanu1 a ClgSfi
then on lor lit reel . Some nine is spent re
clining, chatting, and re. ling. The man
fclywly pull on his COtlort ItOUSfM, Woolen
coauJesther 'hues, and vicuna hst, with his
Deck cxpost d to the Frwh air silk h ndker
chiefs are scam l.e wa;k.- to some near
neighbor, with whom he again drink choc
olate and BmokeS B0theF cigar.
Almidda) ii small low table is set in the
middle ol Ihc room, slid the family go to
breakfast. The wife nils Iti kt to her hus
band; the Women are pretty nod affeCtl malt
to U.i ir husband. He chuoae her froll
ainongjfw, there belngaooul that number oi
women lo one man in the town. The cliil
dren teat thetnuelve, and t.ie dogs form t
rinu' behind. The first dish is a chupe n
poxatoes w .th largo piece oi meat. The mil
hel;s himself first, and throws his bond
Straight ucruss lh table; I child dodge hi
head to give it a free pfeltage, and the (log
rush after it as it falls upon the ground floor
! A child then throw hi Hone, the muthei
dodges, and the dogs rush behind her. Tin
second dish holds small pieces of beef with
out bones. Dogs are now fighting. NeX
comes u dish wi'.h finely-chopped beef; ther
beef loup, Vt'gttable, ond fruits: finally, col'
fee or chocolate, After breakfast the mat
pulls off his trousers and coat, und lies dowt
with hi drawers in the liamac. His will
' lights him s cigar. She finds her way bacl
to bed with her cigar. The dogs jump uj
and lie down upon the chairs the Hens bit(
them on the ground. The Indian girl close
' both doors and windows, takes the childrei
out to play, while the reitoftbe family sleep
At 2 p. m. the cburch'bell ringt ) let th
people know the priests are saying a praye
lor them, which rouses them up. The mai
rises, stretched his hand ubove hi head, a n
1 gapes; the dogs get down, and whining);
Stretch themselves; while the wife sets up i
; bed and loudly culls out tot ' lire;'- the India
girl re-appear with a "chunk" for her mis
ire to light hei master another cigar, an
then smokes ngain herself. The dinne
which takes place between 1 and 5, and i
nearly the same as breakfast, crept A'hcn
beef is recently hilled by the Indian, the
they have aboil. Tiie ribs and other Ion
bone of the animal are trimmed t f flesh, let
vlng the bones thinly coated With meat; (hei
are luidacroM a ti e and roasted; the men
hers of the family, hile employed with then
look a If all were practising muiio.
A horse is breught into the house by t
Indian inah, wbc hold while the "patrol
:ad.li."i und bridles him; he then puts on
pair of silver spurs, which cost forty dollar
. and mounltn ,r, he ride out of the front doi
I to the opposite bouse) halting, be lake
his hat und calls out "Buvlla lrde, sen. I
ins'- guod evening, ladle. Theladleemol
- their appearance a. the d t"'; oue light hi
i cigars another mixes him glass 61 rem
n.rde to re.re-h hlmsell alter h a ride, 1
, remains in the saddle talking, while they lei
. graceful y against Ihe d urpoat sinilii
, with their bewitching ye. He touches i
, I hat and ride off lo a ii, Iii r n'eighbor A i
upending the afternoon in ihi y !iu rid
- into his house ugulo T !" - lout
: horse by the bridle v,i,;le the nttef el
i mounts. Taktug offiho saddle, hie throws
t into one chair, the bridle tnt" another, I
I spurs on a third, and himself into the baml
r the Indian lend- out the horae, the dogs p
- down the rid i jear to lh door, aud I
v i themselves n Uieir usual bed.
irl Choculalo and cigar are repeated. f"b
j the Creole be handed a letter of (ntroductl
3 i hy a stranger traveling through the count
h he Immediately offer his ii im c and a cup
II chocolate. Th b igg 'ge will be attended
a und as l ing B the tr v I r rr-iii iiiis, III
i I treated by the family with a degree ot kli
Ii, ne tnd pohteffesi seldom met witli In f
i ! ionable part of the wor.d. N " ulterat
t will be made in their mode of living on
d count uf hi being among them, except t
- the dog and horses are kept out of the hot
ie and there is le.. dodging of bones. IV
id end a natural feeling ol good manners, r
I real 'be stranger from seeing such perl
I mulICO. The Creole speaks of the wet
g' of his country in the most exaggerated m
lb! tier; be has many of the good thing
is the world at his door, that he nattir:
ie.' boasts; he thinks little of other parts of
le world; he has no idea of leaving his
de fruit. Slid flonerS. The roads are bad;
e i car littlo for their use. When he lei
se , is native city, it is more for pleasure i
ie- for commerce. He is not obliged lo b
hi- railroad that he may receive at low rate
as freight the tea of China; the sugur ol
ng Wf-l Indies; the flour, iron, or cotton gi
led' of North America. His own climate ii
be ' sgressble that be seldom wi-hes to tro
IW, there is no place like hit home! When
e. traveler inquires how he would like to
ar- steamboat come to the mouth of the 1'
nts river, the water of which he drinks, his
en! ' brigliicn, and he smilingly says "ho wool
ite, delighted;" at once telling what ho w
ab- put on board of her as a cargo for the pe
! wlio MDt her. He is contented with
ped roads constructed by the hand of the Oc
and of ull things; but tho Creolo is honet ii
ith-' desire to see what he ha-i never yet see
.is!! sieain-engine move a vessel. He is reui
i he sell his produce to those who come to
ong yet when you ini'iire. wh"t ho desires
lich oilier parts of the world, it is very cet
of-, from the length of time it takes him I
1 wer, that ha (etdom thinks he I in '
va- anything; and If asked how much he is
the ' ling to subscribe towards purchasing u st
su- beat, his usual unswer is, that "he hi
the money, and is very poor!"
I Thetown,of Vienna, neat Montrea
an been nearlj o'estroyed hy fire.
the corporate limits of naid Village In viola
Ihis oruinnnce, ahall he imHiunded, nntt If
temnd by the owner, or owner thereof by
; nil fcxpense incutred in keeping the amo, of
'i,e, togather with the Marshall. Iter, and the
imM,undinii shall nder thrro days notice ol
ogs or pins having been p isteil up in three of J
ill public plsce in aaid village In' Id to the
t and beat hidd r by the Mtmhuli of said vil- nf (
3. That any person, or prison, permitting j"!
jgs, or puis 10 run at lnri;e, within the rorpo- j,t
mil oi saiil villagti contrary to the provblMM i(.n
ordlnane shall be Ii ,sd in ony stun not molt I I.i,
IS, nor less thai! II , lor each and evtrv such 1.1
.ordinance to take efl'ect nod Iw In force from
lr the 1Mb day f May. J
W April 07, laJi. 1
WILLIAM FARIS, Mayor.
M. J. W. GLOVER, Recorder.
li" .nl ii -.:. s. s. BshlMlkin, ate, e
I. Be it Ordoined by the Coitnrll ul llie In- "
nted village of .Si . Clnirsville that any person.
ion wishing to eliiliit vt illuii llie limits ol
M" a i i-i any SXhtMUofl ul wild buasin. ur olh
main, every 1'uppvt show, Circus, or liymnns
's, or any showaor devic. s by slight M hand. I
irwlse, such person or poison, be lore the ex- Hl
i igor perlorniing the same, tr any ot ihem
ipply to the Mayerofsskl 'I own lor u license ei
i specinl pmpese; for which licen in oarl
ties so applying uliall pay not more th in ten ,
1 1, nor less than one doll r nt the dltcrelioB ol I M
rarer, ocCordina to the character and quality ol I ro
blUlion so olfered. .
i , t. That il liny persrln or persons shall exhibit j
,iorm atiyot the aforesaid shows or exhibitions
ut procuring a license us nloresnid, such person
'(MM shall .orl.ll und iay lor each and every
I fl". nee, a Hr.fl of not more than gSU i.or MS
)lt) to lie recoverid Uy civil action be lore the ,j
r oi aaiil village.
r. 3. That llie Mayor shall hare BaWst to pro
ihe UsblUtion within tho litniis ol IheCorpo
IH any of the aforesaid nnd mentioned shows,
" niances.or devices, il in bin opinion the solely
t villagi ., or the preservation ol public order or
I morals require it.
.Orilinuiice to take efiect and be in force, Irom 1
' Iter its passage. J
i sed Annl i'7, 1833 1
WILLIAM FARIS, Mayor.
M. J. W. GLOVER, Recorder.
. . .. . ,
i Tuesday evening, 24th ull., at Morris
sj, by Rev. lloyd, Hon. Jcssf. llittros, of
"nington, and Mrs. Jane Eaton, of the
; ere' till ye, Judge, and may Mi best nf
f ever attend ye and vours.
ti n the 12th ult., by Ucv. N. C. Worth
y on, Mr. TuoHA M. Trimmer and Mis
nin Virginia Hill, ull of Kirkwood Tp.
llgiont Cu. Ohio. I
'-in the 22d ul ., by the tome, BVBBITT I
d kett and Mrs. Matilda Wiiir.vKfR, all
'ielmont County, Ohio.
' n the H4th bit., by the same, Hamilton
FHY and Miss Hannah L. Opeer, all of
"mont Co. Ohio.
n the 10th ult., by Rev. D. Trueman,
1 W'yi. Edwards aud Miss Elia Jane
n Ihe Sid ult , by the some, Mr. Nicho
! ' Wilson and Miss Eliza Ann 1'hvor, all
, jelmont Co. Ohio.
.'tn the 86th ult., by Rev. T. A. drove,
n Uriah T. WguDBtJRY, of Eliaabetbtown,
j niltoii Co. O., und Mis Eliza J. LoCK
'riD, Dillies bottom, Belmont Co. Ohio.
Ijlollur Times (Cincinnati.) and Marietta
. .illigencer, please copy.
ieln tlvo 18th ult . by Rev. P. G Edmonds
in SmrsjJi Hollistek and Miss Mark a.
o-icK, ull ol Woodsliehi. I
nHl Uniontown, Belmont County, Ohio, or
,.r 24ih Inst., Mrs. Rachel A. Thompson, ir
en 23d year of her age.
" 7-Fricnd Btannum of the firm of lljnki
lc-Srannum of Bridgeport has handed us I
ullw Orleans Price Current, from which w
'Vrn tbut Huiar is advancing in price, s
.eh so that the quotulion in the prefer
' "plloation ha advanced i cent per poum
"e of Common at 44, fair to fully fal
'u5; Prime 5:Sa5j; Choice 6 Clarified 5
to,J; Refined 6a7.
'isMolii.se. hail slightly Improvtd in prict
Mlgh not very materially. It stood ul 2
' for fermenting. Prime 2oAu20, and 2
hatHfcM Per has tdvancc,lof25 to SO (
l,e the bbl. liticua bus also advanced sligl
1 No ebnge worthy of note in Coffi
m.ce, has advanced in price, etilling not"
i tibial cts by the tierce,
an-We are entirely without udvieea OM I
s 0,'ool Marke' ot the present season.
jjffl form no it'oa of the probable rate ot I
wntSnt clip, but piesnme we will not lc
be without Information. It will m doubt
vesLW last years quotations. We will W
nnl market carefully and report the fir6t
.tir.atioii we obtain.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE May 3.
"dF.gg, 9. Butter, 20. Flour, 10,50. Hi
I off; KlMnildcre "J. Bides, 7' Corn M
veil . Sugur, Tett. Coffee, 14. Molat
ihogpdo Outs, 37(40. Clover Seed 6
00 B knotty scurce 3,2o(t'i3,oO. Dried Ap
iaryiO. Nails 8u0d 4,87. Buckets 25 I
ryes r barrel 2,55 Lard Uc. Potatoes $1
tl be fied Peache 2,75.
Flour dull, for good brands 9,75 and e,
' hlB' , . . , a
f'rotiuiciTrti, tB:e? mures oi bseon at oi
,,'ies and Ca7i for alVoiidcrs;. 6C hhd
Jra) ,,s sold at 8c, and 1000 lte bwlk ci'Ji
rUMJ mess pork dull "ut 15ul5,50.
jain Lsrd, 11 cents;
j UI Orocerle firm, sugar oaC.j. molasses
nl (l.ild at 33e.
! wl. Corn 75a77.
earn- Potatoes dull at 100ul40.
NEW YORK MARKET.
NEW YORK MARKET. April 3
,.lia(Fl0Ur declined good Ohio at 10,25a,
onthern quiet at KMaaii,.
No. 137, Main Street. Wheeling.
f T. SCOTT lespectfully Ihvites the
' msstlea af ta ltls. of islaassi ana adjoin 1 f"
cointtle, la Im new ami very exieitive amortitiut JJ '
Join atol Silver WMh, and t-ar-s K
velry ul ill aallltlM, tonal. VV
X ol llrnast Pin-, Kar UrO(, Hi'
unr Kind, Uiarelal., lilt f7faV: ' t
ii, Annleli, UTSS, QoM ' Alrl
line. Seal,, Key. I'cimi,, f,'f 'MmI
cketn, Collar an,l Hlesvc Hut- U "1 mJA.
Gold SHI ver FtptslSalM, vV
UahMs, Qm ras, . ' ;tsV5ir T
lajst tl, 11 ' annorniient ofMilvr ffprtrtrl., V
I extra tine duuHe ptnteit uoon, and Pork, Mo,
lUaia War ftarv.yor's Compat. Oatl.ry, P,toi. S
volveri, I'orie Mutinies. Card Caies. Work Boiet.
Hlfe USS.BS, Psrl insry aud a f real v.rlel)" otolaer "j"
ir'r'Tlio quality of every article aold willVhe f.lrly '
MS, and warranted a, reirented, an every .fa- JT
ISMS ell'orl made toive SSMMSttrSII to my c, o. IJ
I'arlirular attention , Invite to my rj
. ImmeoM Stock of Clocks.
Brinr the lurieit annortu cat in Wheeliin-ceinra- ly
m about flhf SltlSrast pattern. I Aiaiia,ter, iii. wi
. I'apier Msirhe, lion, tin, Brome, Malioiany, t'i
MWWSO aa.l Walnut Iratne., lonie 3U hoar Itork, 87
low an SI cent and O0 H day time niece,, nairaut I nil
to run well, from 8 to " each.
I'lirchMir, are rarnn-llv m'ited to enamine my rlock,
I .in able aud determined ul ell at the vrav UWMf j
JngWlteb Sad (.'lock, tdrefiilly repaired and war. I j
J. T. SCOTT.
NO. 137 Main St. Wheeling.
May 3, 1855.
'he Ml. Pleasant Branch, of the State Bunk
of Ohio, at Mount Plc-asunt.
Vilson Maddox, W. W. Jones and Beitja
3V virllteo! an alias KSSetttlO to inedirei-leil from II
C'oult orC'oinnlon l'ea ol Riulilaiul L'nuul) , Ubl I,
will oiler rurSjale tin
Monday, the Wlh Jay of May,
S."-. tielween ttie hour, of lOo'clOCK A. M.nul In'-,
melt V. M ol suid day ontbs prsmlssg oi Haijaiulnj
lovle in MSrtlnaViltS reaa Township, Belnt'i it "en 1
a, Ohio, th. lollowiag il.flerihed yoods and Cbauehl to :
vif riix Macliiuei Knorvn a, Thrasher, anil INe.ner. i
eiMrinaOffic,My 3,1, Irj.'i
JOHN 0. NICHOLS, Btoerlffol It. CO.
May fd, le.M. l4
Coleman, Hillinan Si Co.
Thomas C. Theaker, e' al.
BY virtueof a venditioni e.tpona to medi
rected front the I'ourt ot Coimnon Pea, of N'dile
County, Ohio, I Will oner tor Sale on
Mumlay, the UtA day of May, 1855.
between the hours of IU oVIoik Jl. M. and 4 o'clock Pit
M ... ,,-- . , I -I'linma, C. 1 hvaker,
II L NTS AND HITS.
snonr BUSINESS visit IDLKRS I.N ETORLS. ;
.A correspondent Compislns that some ol
h. customers, w't are very valuable to him,
are nevertheless in the liabit ol Ii gering
ab iut his establishment, lor hours at a lime,'
much to hi annoyance, Uj can not treat
then with discourtesy, end has no inclitu-;
lion sj tu do. B.it he thinks that a hint or
two a to the policy of abort visits on busi-j
lies, especially Whei othars req-.ine a fair;
degree o.: attention, would not only prove ser
Viceabla in his ease, bu. in a general sense.
The error alluded to is a serious one, and it
I revail to at cry great extent. Them ure ;
uoiiie people H ho fancy that others li.ive little
ur nothing tu do Tney (top them in tbe
street uuring business hours, and attempt to
gel up u Inn tout nation on tiiiliiig matter
they visit their stores and louilg on their ,
d sks u ml cou liters theysfepeat silly tor ice j
that have been loid a dozen times befon
aiulsiill worse, they p-y Into matters with
which .hey have no concern, and thus not
only annoy anil vex.hu mil ci ubsjltiie inju
ry, A friend who keeps a leading store ul
one of our prominent corner, inlonns us
that he ha lost quite u number ol customer
ill consequence of the almost perpetual pres
ence ol iiilers und loafers, who alure with
rnda Impudence, and who will not take any
ol tho many gentlemanly hints thai he llua
ventured to give them. He dues not like lo
turn (hem out sbsolutelyi but he assure us
that he not only sutler in hi feelings but
bis bus . Home of tiiem muy mean no
Uurm, hut Ihe ell'ect is UOt the less perni
cious. A man ol common sense, ond a gen
tleman, couhl readily Imagine the indelicacy
oi stuiiuiiig beside the counter ol a book s'.ure
with a lady making uppiiculioU lor publioa
lions, eillier lor hreil' or a member ol her
lamily. N ,y, we know oi a cae, in which
a young man. who kept j tore for the tale
ol work, w.t-i absolutely ruined in the in in
ner Ji si ribed. He lacked ihe moral courage
to send away ibo idler who Infested his es;
tablishmaut, and tho oonecueuce watbal
ull hi customers left him. Bat a I general
rule, a visit of busloe should be brief, p
cially Whin other parties are to be consulted
With or waited upon. When, tuo, uny mut
ter, private or confidential, i in progress, ev
jery thing like curiosity should hi regarded
ua ill-timed and impertinent. It is quite a
Jcjmmen occurrence for n,idlei to step Into
room and excluim, "'ire you engaged!"see
ingi ut the same time, two or three persons
bu.-ilv occupied, and hence euch a question
.being a, together unnecessary. But even when
an affirmative answer i given, he Will take
1 a seat, coolly, pick up a newspaper, und ut
1 tempt to listen lo all that II pasting. Nuy,
lot will venture ever und anon, lo thr win
1 a remark, as if he were the pjily concerned,
' and as if hi affairs wero the topics under
: cunsiderution. Bu: enough for the present.
'Toe SUbjeOt isu fruitful one, and we may re
turn lo it eowldoraUpn agaln.-N. V. Phren,
' Tut Camels are Coming. It will bore
eollected'thst by a recent act ol Congress a
Jcertain amount was appropriated lo enable
llhe Secretary of War tu try the eAperiiii. ni
"t,f Itttruduolng camel on this colli, uent SI
beasts ol burden uud for military purposes.
As Ihe Navy Department have oceasion to
send stores to our squadron in tho Mediterra
nean, tbe atoreship Supply, now at the New
York yard, hi been selected for thi purpose
nnd on her return voyoga will bring the cam
( Qjwj-page $ Bucon, have made a mtisfuc.
iqry nrraiifreincnt wlh their creditors.
We oi e glud to find in the latest letter of
so experienced and intelligent a writer as
I m. of the Sun, and so unbiiie,; a one, the
annexed practical vig.v. of the war rchome
which our Government paper i pressing on
the country with such vehemence. They
must ttrfkerrry reflecting nun cupablc o'
an unprejudiced judgment on the nibjecl n
fioeseeaing fore tod dictated by a patriotic
h. me pf our ncw.pnpcri', and particularly
Ibo.e in the chiil comtnerciai cities, are quite
i . .:;.or u- lor a war with Spain. There ure
class, in every community that are to be
be,, i filled by wr ii kiiorcs a harvest for
I'ontrscters snd create a capital tor politi
cian.. Wbel the producing urn! Comer rcisl
Iniert'.t 01 the country w ill ga n by a war
may b sf en hy a glance at it" eonseqtien. .
''Our t-X oris tnd itnpo, U must cCSSe for
lhl privateers .ilicVr llie S-pa:,!;!, flag Willi
sweep ourvcs.fti from the ocean. Our cot-(
' tun product, atod til our stipir. r,r export,! ,
Which cannot be coOMmfdat bom, will rot;
on our hands. Our Mediti rrst.c-" commerce .
Will be st ths mercy o! Hpanish cruisers, is- ,
suing from every Spanish port ul that sea. ,
'Cuba aiiu Poi'o Rico Will ufi'oru ncats lor ;
Spanish privateer end pirate; but we can;
rid ourselvt easily or that nuisance by to- , .
king Cuba an I Porte R to at once. We can
do that as eusily so the French cud Brl'.ith 1
have taken Seinotopol und CroOstadt, and of )
course Without more rxpense o' life or trea-
,-ure. The British tnl French Mile el j
Spain arc n-.t ot any prsCtiCtl SCCOUBt, and ;
it i not necessary, therefore, to mik pro- .
vision for them, pro'oib y. In fact We injit, '
us the Ostend bombast has It, go into the '
war vithout regard lo cost, Gramiiiif, then, c
that we n.uv take Cuba aud Porto Rico at a .
hop. skip, and a jump, we will have Buttling!
then tu do but to ei2e old Spain, and per
haps the peiiinsu.a Will be s mire esy con- 1
lUsl thart the island.
"It would hardly require much activity on
the pari ol pri.'..ttcm,en end r the
Span's' Bag lo drive our commerce ir m the
ocean, because that w uld soon be rffecttial- '
y done by the enhanced rate ol insurance on
American vessel, which would throw our
trade into foreign p.-rts.
"But there is to be no war, none ut present ;
none under this Admin iirtioh, unless p s
sibly it might be Ion en upon us in such man
ner th it the public voifi 1 Would d ntMiti it
For aught that appear to the contrary (,'um
McCsuley Ins gone on an errand ol pcaci.
He may be t'no bearer ol some notice to the ,
Cuban authorities of ill Ish ol this G v- (
eminent to preserve peace and avoid Colli.,
Ion wl ereby either party may be exa.pers
ted. He may resent or prevent ihe setrch
of our vessels for fillibusters, should any such
attempt be again made, beyond lite line ol
a marine league from the coast, within which
line Cuban police may be strictly uud prop
erly exerci-ed." : e
The Enquirer vs. the Western Christian
Boon after the lute election in Cincinnati "
the VVeslem Christian Advo:aU, the organ of I
tho Methodist Church, gate lis renders a ii
statement of tho faoti conncoted with Ihe rl- t
u, rs they appeared to the editor. Notbavjd
Inn the capacity to see things thn ugh the!)
pertertedand jaundice, medium oi a rank i
Lotuloco Sag Kiekt paitisan, this statement Is
did in tsuil the editor of tbe Cincinnati En- r
quirer, who proceeded lo take the Rev. Mr. r
Klliott, the editor of the Advocate, to task. ! o
Ins sad ol u'iving tne tacts 113 it nnd ratoo 1 1 b
1 1, in, the Enquirer at once launched forth If
into the most violent personal abuse of Ur.
Bllioti. He wn accuse of bei ng "a depra- .
vi il and degruded Know-Noihingi" he wae jli
charged with having basely libeled the elec-j I
lion judge of the 1 lib Ward. A c. t
To these charge the Rev. Mr. Elliot re-1 '
plies at some length. He says he is not a C
member ot the Older, and coualnot be, as 1 1
he was bo unfortunate a to be born out of. a
llie United States. Alter meeting the char-! a
ges in a te operate urftl Christian spirit and
sustaining his burner assertion., the editor of i
the Advocate conoludt his reply us folio vs. ' I
It coot .ins words of truth and soberness, i hat 1
are worthy of a serious consideration on the
nart ol every good CilineOI
In conclusion, the true state of the ques- I
lion, all pirty pdnic aside, npp.aratobe
this' Oil the one side, under the mere natnej j
of Democracy, v ere united gint thotem-t
perance cause the lending i Til rlementol'
the city, comprising ihe P. pish party, ver; j
many of tha Jew, iheOtrmane generally,
and the dealer m liquors, w, Hi a sprinkling J
oi ihe moral and Intellectual cite ns. ()
the other side wero combined, by their .n
na'.e moral sympathies, the great b.,dy of the (
intelligent, moral, religious and reliable por
tions of 'cilia ns, who went tinier the name
oi'tho American pwty, or Know-Nothlng
Am mg I l.e lattei.a iioiub. r of otBes-hUMtef
iiatt crept In, in consequence of which '.here '
were names on their general ticket which
the moral sense or the people would not su..
tain, and boned their defeat, and with great
justice too. This, we believe, is the true '
letate or the question The American party
1 possesses the moral strength uf the city, and
! we believe wil maintain!, nottilh-t ml.ng
thlr prnt defeat by ome who aero ml
worthy of the cause which they espoused.
The principles nf ihe Wrt e-n Cnr. fun
' Advoett are lor ihe tru'h tad the right, end
' a we ure not, und will not be c ...mini ted lo
I more polltiCl prWM, our article-, whelh r
I editorial or yititrwise, mu-t ..nd ill be on the
,ide of goad morals, Irtiih, and right, w.lbou
ae special reference to uny political pari)
whatever. The Enquirer may comment, in
terpret, and misrepresent as mud as it B
fit, but this will not alter the curse of lh
Advocate, which wa determined on 0Vr
tweut ' years ngo.
As le the Enquirer' friendly aollei'ui'e
about our "enhginjr in pu ic-," we hate
only to say. that, m be ord o iy mere poli'i
cal party i.-ru. s, I h ve Ml concern; we
leel no interest u. d l ike Bu pirt in Ihem. Bo;
w ban great u orul principles are broken do t n,
sacred Ratiuhll fai'h i. snnuileu and annul
ed, ton, fur the ptifpOtt of extecding ".he
sum of ull villainy" over territory consecra
'ed by solemn compact lo freedom; when
detnagogueism links ill with !' prj lo peril'
th birthright of Atnetlnari cltilcns; when tt
joins hind in hand with rbbi-fellers to aid in!
spread ng and perpetuating the blighting
mildew ul inleinpera nee w e ihould nut bej
Iroe to "ur own manhood, to our ChriftUMty,
!o our 'hurch, nor to our God, did wo lot
i'eak cut in earnest and sol 'mn lories. Wt
HAVE So SPoKLit, W shall coxi.scsso to
IPKAKl G.,d being . ur helper, uewillde-'
end ihe truth onu the right. The Knquirer'
iced have r.o apprehensions sboi.t the Church '
j. ing dis..tiified wiifi cjr cu:ir-e. When
uch .hull prove to be the case, we can essi-;
y relir.q'ii.h our post ; but we tannot c ase
o vindicate the truth. Bu'. fo' tho Enqui-I
er's special ber.clit, we will a,y, tiiat while j
nir root se has bren decided, ond we have
poken otJt up n the grot: poii'icc-moral ques- 1
ions of the d.y only two or three ool of our I
wei,y..cven thousatii subcrii,ers bsfede-
cried uon that LCCOttnt, aud lor th.se two
ve n Ceivod more than half di Zen each. No. '
llr. Enquirer, tho person, who go in for nn-;
lulling sacred compacts, np' olding snd ex
ending slavery, u ainlng Popery, ond tell- j
ng rum, are ii. n of i Itoget'iOf a differe'
barscter from those who sustain Prote tr. .
rbuicbe. anJ putromze religious newepspers. i
The Ruse an Peasantry.
Co;o-,nl as the power of Russia may he
ou.-idered, it has Within it ain,.e boaom III i
lietlemauUof weaknve. It hs no vox po-
u.i and therefore i deficient in the most
liaracteris'ic lvalue in nati nal greatness.
Tit s wnl bo . ppsrrnt, Wi.en it is taken j t
nto cuneideratioo tout, with s fe.v eacep
I .us, t Itc pessatttry ul Ru-sia are ull slave...
I'i.ey lortu two c.s.es peasit.t o the
rown, ut.d pca.-an'.- belonging to intlividu-1
la. The Lmperor N.cIi-IjS liaa ilnne much
0 ieas-ii tha wiieol th-.- foiiner, and t rn
er their ainumiesion us en a that el the
.t cr ch.s, more pru.:iicabie. Yel the un- j
iliua ol bolii is still degrading and deplom
de. It i an ulcer on the lieurt ufthe Em
ire. And tu cr.ders ar.d R.ir.-i co recti, ,so i
Ii it she m. iv be leg feared, tin institution
inght alway tone i.e.duatu tha abhorrence
.1 more c v, iz d countries
UU caleuH.it dtwi b u- a s'xth part of
be peasantry beiung to he croWn P
nit b-loiiing to IbdiV au..s, a.e :heir prop
rty, mucii as thecitile on.tbeir eatwee.
Pne rem pa d try ihe crown pi.s.nts ilix:'.j;
bsl paid by p.ivs e peasants i reu.ated ny
i.eir ulceus oi gei.iog money .r. in o'her
rord, i a tux on their industry. T.-.cre is
,o law to restrain the demmdsof the muster
the r tune nd labor tire absolutely at hi,
loniiuapd. S one o' the nobility send iheir
icvestu St. Petersburg or 31 .cow, to be in
truded iu various trsdes, and thin either
imploy tin m oi t ne r oui elste,tii'e ihem
.ut b I lo them i tnliou to eervie
heir trade, or dispose o' hem al an ..dv ,n ed
irire- Some of the Ri.-.iat noble have
U.OdU to 100 UoU peasant and Irom Ci
act, aa may well be supposed, t ieir wealth
immense, in whatever manner the labor ot
hese slave is employed. Women nndchii
ren, as well as men, must labor lor their
naster, tor such pay r.a s.i caprice or means
lay dispose or enable h m to give. Tillies
re besides demanded out nt whatever may
emain in their handa As som as a child
Baches the age often, its 'ab.r is required;
nd when he reaches fifteen, each male- o-
liged by ,aw 10 labor three days in a week
or his master, ll the proprietor crtoosea to
mploy him un tho other days, he may as,
jr example, in a manufactory; in this rase
OWever, he find: him in food and clothing.
ii generel the master, instead of exacting
be labor of u slave for the Slated portion of
be week, agrees to receive rent; and he ia
uuild to lurnish him with a h iue and a cer
aii portion ot land. The acd and infirm
,e pruvided with food, raiment, and lodgings
t hi expense.
Tbe mter baa the power of correcting
iii slaves by blows or unpi isonment; but the
aw in such a country easily evaded for
lid tha exercise Ol any great cruel')". No
lave can quit hi village, or if he be a do
uestic .lav- his master's family, without a
isssport. Imprisonment, ,iihbard lbo",is
be puuishir.ent of runaway slave. A .. is
er niiiv send his sluve into the public W fK
iou.e, or into tha uriny inth :at' ee,ba
end on man the le the neat levy- No!
ilate can be so d ojt of Russia; nor in i'.ex
:epl ,o u noble but llii luw is frequently
vuded. A slave m iy obtain Ins liber.j by j
iiatiuini.ion, by purchuse, or by serving ml
he army or navy.
Viewed in every relation, the state of the j
!tuaisn peisantry Is the luwe-t in the cie ;
u political degradation ll is however, i on-'
toletory to reflect that, injurious a it may be.
,o the higher leeiing ot our nation, it is noi .
iggraeeird by poverty. Thair ito,iesior
ned of whole tree, andusu.l y con-iru ted
ioiely w ith the hatchet are in tolerub.e re-j
juir, and well adapted to their habit. Titey
lOmetime, but not often, consist of two sto- j
les; the lower lorm a store-room in thtt ,
jpper one they dwell kind ol ladder o-i
ihe oo'-aide s rves at st.ircaae. There igen
rally but one room In tha habitable psrt
I'neir itirniture se.dotn comprise more than I
woo l u i ,1 ic- ae.i bencba. fastanod to tha!
tides of ihe loom, wood u platter, b.w!,l
.nil spoon-, and peril is a larje earthen pall
to cook thair v otusl la. TVI' ne i. -ub-s
.Ulllial, consisting "t b.uck lye-breau, eg;. 1
1 ii Qb, muahrottma u..d b..c .n Tha hve
also u (evasste uiu huch ptttebai salt o'
Ireaa meat, groats, and rye-flour, se SJ.ie
ith onions and garlic. Ol this food Uny
.bluin plenty at a cheap rate. Their 0 ot .
nig, however, is dear. To clothe a Russian
ueesent or aobiiar costs nearly 'kree times at
michstn America; biit t.'ieir clutbing I
rung, and bring it ads loose andwido, 1 at.
j longer, It i rare I -ee a Russian In ragg,
. and their style of dreg, brcomeg them very
i well. As to '.heir personal appearance, thry
i may be described ea a large, coarse, hardy
, rs. possessed o( grest bodi'.y strength
Irsrily belo ths middle stature atroog
I limbed lean, but we!l built. The mouth
snd eye. ar small their lips thin their
teeth even and wbit their hairbrjwn, red
dish or flat fl their bear.!, strong snd bushy.
The complexion of Ihe ferns' peassutry is
brunette their akin, In g ner.,1, d.licate.
Some of them as among other clssse., ere
extremely handtome. But both exe. sre r
Btarklbla 'or their upe stition. Being de
privet uf ail eduction beyond the requisite
shai pening of their instinct lo render them
more valuubie ag a property, they e ing to old
rooitions with extraordinary tenacity be
Hcte la ghost gobhnj and every variety of
Probabiy the mogt singular superstition in
the world Drevail. in Moscow. The people
of the city, anJ 'ur hundreds of miles around
it, almost adore the Great Bell, wbieli liee
at the foot of Ivet.' Tower.
On festirsJ days which in th? Greek oal
er.d.rare reir.arkab y numerous they resort
to the Great Beli as they would to a sanctu
ary, and in descending anJ ascending the
Itep that lead to its base, cro.s thom.elves
with g great parade of devotion.
Ti e orig n of this euperetltlol is involvad
in obscurity; but an no people, huwever deep
; 'hey mny be sunk in igno.-i.nee, are o in
t i.aible as to be altogether indifferent tu the
si raetion of political and social liberty .the
custom may probably l.e trac, d to a tradition
coiu.ected with the Veil, wheh his been
preaerted among the K . .ati peasantry for
.evt'al genara' on
This tradition, il appears, ref.rs back to a
period when the Russian, enjoyed a condi
tion approaching to the freedom of ptttoral
limollcity. The si rm bell suspended in a
tower before tne Kremlin, wabrought frem
Novo'oroJ, when tt.at city wag conquered
in 147. ThSre il had b-n used ag s .ig
ul lr the poviule Ol thit Republic to assem
ble from aii ';u r'erg, in ihe event of foreign
danger or invest n tumull and they regard
ed it removal to M - . us the sure prelude
to tner departing liberty. Tntnceforwatd
tha We ol belle became quite a pi,iona
inong the penaaiilry ol Ross. a; and several
jr ine Emperors, without paying much ra
rd to the pu';licul sen'.ime t invoived in
trie matter, gratified their taste by the molt
hoeral expend. turn in i ho Cgsting and erec
tlon of means to supa y a subt.tutj for the
ti-;re, ui. d more sju.-.'irriug a'.ruins- ot lib
"Kilt" aaoBna ed A Live Ifitwaukla
c ,rresp nJen' ,;f the New Yrk Tribune re
Istaa the lullowlng amusing incident which
BOCI rred after a snow s'orm, on one of tbe
railroads in the V ci.iity of that city:
"A Companj of Irishman wereemoloyed in
shoveling out one ... t ie de rp cot-, en ' r the
d.rectieu of oi e ul the ffi The iow
h .d tirif'ej in bhini them, fi ling uj the track
Sgtin wh"n a .ur jl I ,, .tno ive, Willi
.no., -slow alts b -a, was sent under a lull
l.e dot stca ii to clear it out On he came,
ft offing III? drilts over he! ,m tkaVStaek, and
wa k ng straight tl r ugh i I .bataclee, 'ill
rtbed celt upon the c mpsny of 'hovele .
Tney htarJ the whUile but su.ipisin hs
would tali, kept on with lUeir tb r. Iha
engineer, on the co itrary, suppo-ed they
would e'e-r the trmk, end shot d .wn on
them so rapidly that the superintendent had
barely tim, by a powerful jump to eave him
self. The shoveler had no time; end tiie
.now-plow, as it tore through the d i ts, turn
ed over a double furrow of live Irishmen, some
were thio.vn high ond dry upon the Lank;
other, were smoothly laid out and covered
in; b'tt not r.ne wet injured, It i said that
mo.t . f Ihem believed they were actually
dead and buried, o id it wua d.lScult to con
rince ti.tin tc 'he contrary."
The Use of Chloroform.
Ti.e London Lano:t comes to the conclu
e on t at the ue of chlorof.rm mut ii meas
uredly abandoned. Tnere ia no doubt, save
the Lancet, that tbe novelty of ihe practice,
the remarkable eif.cts produced, and the free
dom tvom risk, tno unhesitatingly asserted,
l.ave ltd to very grave abuse. Had chloro
form never been Inhaled save when its use
JWSS necessary, I've would not have been
sacrificed t the removal of a tooth, a toe
nil, o lit le finger, in tapping a hydrcs
ce a or touching a iore wlh caustic. It
u,.' should be reserved for those caseg only
in whiali the in entity or durat on ot the pain
in an operation constitute sai ion complica
'.ior., or where ii!-et!'.b:lity is castntial to
tl, protecdinga of the surgeon.
ljT-Selim Pasha, who was killed st Eupa
torta, who wa esteemed a a br ive soldier,
was railed the last of the Mamelukes, he be
iiiil the ua v one who escaped In m the mas--ce
ul C.iro ol tliat lerrii.Ie but celebrated
militia. Se ing all Irs cino laiona f.l.ing
under th fi-e of the Viceroy' soldier.,crow
ded as they were in the citade'i of Cai o.he
took tha boid resolution oi urging hi horg
lo Hie parapet and tukini the leap. The
animal waskilvd by the fall, and she rider
lav lor eonie lime UHltiMl. T. ftially aa
lonished at t lunch resolution ami good for
tune, MehemitAH ordered hiinto b viparsd,
and t Ihe end of sume days he regained his
Cr 'll' ua '.I .1 iiound of bjltt-r.one pound
r. -uj.,r fci-ul e.g , be I t a cup of milk,
0 ie te t-su 'O i'til ..I sal. rat jt dissolved in
milk, il ur aUlfloie nt tt '1 ihe.ui: on tea-
nolo powdered a tmeg nd miuemix-'
e cut Ibtia, and try in i.rd.
Ginskk Bread. Threa pound floor, one
Buuad butter, three quarter pound auger,
,n eighth gmg r, . ne au. I m.lae, (u-
L'ti-li juse g t e b ',) oua taliieapooolul cie
1 BMglaJBsM tio. clut'Oa-