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THE SUMTER. BANNER
j ERY TUEJIs D.AY 14oUN 9
BY W. J. FRANCIS.
TWO *lOLLA 1lS in advance, Two Dollaem
and lifny CetsIs tat tilo epirativin ufsixc months,
Wr Tiree llollacrit at th end of alto year.
So palier dicontinuel until :all arrenaruges
are ra i, ne rscbi sat tsis ot tjc f tls' i'ropriutir.
?' Advertisenetits inwerte at -SiVENTY.
Fi&-encte r scritirt, 02: finest qor less,) fur
the first, and -If that sum fur eatch subst'cjsa.'sa
*T'lle luinber of itertioi too bie arle
Advrdftmsiseuti or sliv will I ,blished
alccor d tot66 liltiu, un chargetd
. I EN DOL.LAR per rq uin for asingle
ist-rloa. Quaurterly and Monthly Adtveriso
Antlrtiav1will bte cltarged Ille vstnu ItS aI sisigle inl
estjoaio, and bescaid-snntilly hle vannu ats niew 5nes
Vanees, by Iltgilative enactilue-ntcs, osm
drtisolenin airtiuca of' the Clocsti u
-ln. fir the fsgitive slave law is noth:
60g bit oni afliriniatin and recognitioi
cit 1) Constitutios, is not oily violaited,
buit tevent biit mles also' lhan1 of' thlae p)ci.
b le l the'gemtl6rian nut te4l en 111tt
earo to ilt bayonets at the dipossal
tw 1xecutive to enfurce any stich
T2nW.'Let the ~gentlimvian ntot Isaly thait
1-ri nunctiona to lIis soul. I knsaow
the people nay be acddres'sed, ahd
lpties .aucy make excuses ani
Vllted uap ilatfi.>rm , for te purlpose
. coneastlng tlhe rt from the pubic
a1)s1a bat it Cannirot lie dles...
Mr. Foote, (-f Missis'-dppi. LstI
a tould sthave aisuide rsteor lie gentle.
ht, 1, iill lask hiaam wiether we are to
ej vr 1ad him las just tlow aniisi.cinl"
titinplion~ 11uat amed 'Opposiioen
thle plart'of citizens or a country, for
1,e 'Vifrpose of arresting the excentiona
10,t fugitive slave law, would not
qOUnt 'to -retisoin?
Mr. Butler*. I sail Ino such hiing.
, know the liAvence' between riot and
16eason. It outild li treason to levy
iur against thIe United States, if there
Jejed been a concerted movement of a
public 'kinad to defeat the execmioni of i
I or of the Constituitin, it would
tiho'et * to treason. Dast these riots
Nviak'h treak out ssiitlelyiV for a private
.n6l, the releasc o~f a fugitive slave
rrom hi master, would be construed it
sniount to mere riot, asd would not be
labeli 16 be treuson. And I said, too,
iatt at judge votuld award proper pi.
h' niua Vhe Governor of tle StatV
Woaild remit it.
Alr. Bindheasd. Not iin Pennssyi.atia.
.r. Butler. I have at sight to 1pc.d
10 the c thate i1puni .1no50ter sulject inl
L-dihectiuna With this. The Senator
Iromi'i Misisssippi vehemently urges the
lscessity of' iaving statutory or iegimlsa
tavio enactminctas for the ratiication of
ti his coimpromnise. Ile may take either
one.of the horss of the dilentna. The
geluleman wvats either opposed to some
rtho points of the Compromise when
. W'eyg re aunder consideration, or lie
mjy4, favor of them. I do iot care
lo rc , AM
mue to itke his authtlority; andi if',
t) lfat occrasiocn, lhe dentounsced arnd wvats
oposed to it, I have a righat att least to
* e.~tt frimt haim somec inadulgencee to.
sthose whlo agreed witha hims on
alit occasion. If, on the contraary, the
gjenahtlean wt'as iaa fhvor of the compro.
imises, lie surely will notl take thec pcoi
tean that hie wvas "rowisag onae way assad
lookinag atnot her,'' that hae gavle uas his
voace bay a simple mnonosyllabule of' aye
or no, whlaesn he gave hsis lieart atnd hansd
to thaose wvho we wecre for'cing te meens
ure ont. HI anmust ;ake onae or the other.
11eacnndt escap~e it. Hie was e'ithaer
opposed to the adminssioni of' Calhifornia,
antd opposed to the abolitiona of' sthe
slave trade ins the District of' Culubiar,
orlhe wits iaa furor of' those two mest.
ureat. For, as aregartds the fugitive
slave law, of which so amueia has boena
;said, it wa.ts nlot a lpart of' alse or'iginual
comsproamise. I taike it that the recorsi
nu~tst speak auponi dais subijcet. liere
are htis voutes: and how doe's thie gentle.
inant stuand in athe psarliamencstariy mi rior?
*Hp stands oppcsed toi the adimissions of
Cali fornaia, upo thue ground aat it was
a precedeat not to be f'ouiad ina athe politi
c'al histor'y of' this counstrv. If' I are
memobe, rsghat, at ou~e time hlie denSounceed
.'cuative iamerferance four t' prscdur'e,
:iaent of the adsmissioni of' Calhifornaia.
I need not go alasougha ull the gentale.'
'nast's speechies ini sauppoit of' this view,
ltcpause they are aoo vatrious; bait
wiish to go thrsougha this fhirsly. Tis
ugitlean~tasaid thna Calif'ornuia had laern
a maailted under circeumlstanaces usnder
hylich Inio othera Stinte haad baeen acis iittel,
"ila t ion 'of sill peceudem; ansd ini the.
next biresith ho says.. whcy do the e-c
iets of' thle c~iuomprois deniotunce this
nieas'ureT? .lie uiaderiake's to indiale
CU'alifornia, anid say thtat shinea rite intlo
heiosa jutst likse any other .State. A t
suothuer tirpe he aiined thaut site caine
jn irn violatoon of all pr'ecedenst; tasid at
h)e'eaext maomenat, lie satys she was ud.
iitted ina the siaae mamaier as anty othter
#,l1oe was adatitted inato the Uinioni.
Allow mne to say ahaat althiough~ Cali
inia has beena admitted aigaiinst my
jtdynmeni, aad ar oppositiona to may wiil
said vote, I hsave mtet lher' repreoseataives
lere wtitha all respect arid lciidnaess, and
:egitertaina f'or ahema etitire f'rienadshic.
'prge~d the constitutioal objectioni as
.WPIl as I couald in ate speceche,, mnude
et jha tinae, wvith great respect andt~
4i1'rence to thaose wh'lo dalhieried f'romi
.tll0. I do not inatend to repeat thema.
,'hiatev'ea' may have beeni the operation
ofJ. that imeasurte, and I tinsk it maiy
Ipternate ditlireiitly fromt the intentiior',
the doctrieo wtas proolaimned before lier
eadmtissiont, and somie of' those wh'lo voted
for .it, assumetd to (d0 o) ona the ground
tlauat ntot another slsave State ahotild be
taimihtted. into this Uanioan. Mr. 3Yebster
With sill his annuotationas arid comntiat.
rya, has put it fosith int tat formn. The
trin'se wvas avowed and inatenided to be
ps~lishaed by the precedent, that no
'~Ier slave Siate should polraigte ie pa.
#'- ltcd asisociation' 'of' this confedernovi
nuad thae dottr'ine. if' not atenwvj. w'ts
practically .nin tainttiedi that ;he slave
states of thmis Union werenot, in a po
l.it utal ponit of views equal to the non.
I M aeholdinig States. I bel ieve tihe hion.
orable Sditbaor has exhibited naty evi:
dences of a ttund senutive to the honor
oflis State. Will be tell ne that whet
these doctrines were announced atid
proclaitnied, I was to atlmit to a systema
by % hich.wur wa to bo made upon the
institutions of that section of the cousin
.trywhlich I in part repeaenm? I op
posed it on thisi ground, and I believe
the honorable Senator did the saine.
Submit to iniequaility! Submit thl my
posterity shall not be eqpmii in politicul
eligibility with the sons of the ionora'
ile Senator from New York! [Mr. Se,
ward.] Would I consent to the politi,
C111 disfrnchisement of my own chil.
dren? Yet u It we e the doctrinve
avowed, and such was the belipf enter,
tainied as to time operatiotn of thailt iens
ure. I bl'dieve that gentlemenn wlo en.
lertain views of this kind, will be signal.
ly disatppoiited. I hope so, at least.
Vor I bel eve the institnm'ion will ci
tinue to go South and West, u1tnd Caliifo.'
nia will take it as pculiarly suited to
('ro BE COTINULI.)
Kossut~hand the President.
On Wediesdzay mul, Kossuth was pre
sented to the President. lie was escorted
by .ilesars. Shields allo Seward, fit the Se.
nate emnimittee, and itiroduiced to time
Presdent by Mr. Webster. He then ad.
dmressed Mr. mllmmore mi the followinog
.1Enightened by the spirit of your coun.
try s,intitutions, when we succedded to
coSinidate our natural and historical
State's right of self governmnti, by piacingif
it upon the broad foundation oft democrat ic
I ibrt v :
"Inspired h~v your history when) we had
ito flit for imklepenidenice against tulnihida
tion irtralized abso lutis m:
'-Consoled by your people's trymaimthy
whe n a victim of itussiani interference
with the lwtuof nature and of nature's
n'rotectel in exile ly tie governitmeit of
tle United St. ites, supporting ihe Sultam of
Turkev ii his noble resolutiomi to umidergo
tle very danmgeir of a war rather thin leave
unprotected the rights i humanity ag-tiist
'itestored I y the Umted States to ife.
i becatise restoredI to freedomi, anid by free
dom to activity in behalf of those d-'.~,S
which, by mly nation's uaiM;ttt.amoons ci..mmmtj
dence and s11 reign wall, dUVov 'd upoij
Raised in tie eyes of mnany opnr.sed
nations to the standJing of a i:iriisig -r o,
hope, because the sur-sprang ed b iomer
wvas seen casting protetim mround mjw,
annmmoutncinmg to time vorld that there is a i
tionl, alike powerful as free, ready to pro
teet the laws of nations, eveni inl listant
parts of t' e earth, and in the person of a
Io >r exile :
"(Chicered by your people's sympathy, so
as freemiten eimer-iot a ian whatever,
but. a priuciple :
I iow how before you, sir, in the proud
position of your great, wmtiuon's guest, gen.
crut ly welcomed 1.y a resoluniton of the
"I beg, leave to express tmy fervet
ithaniks, mi liy niame. and in thme namue itt
mny associates, who, afer hamving shmared myi
muisiiortunmes, have now mihe rewoard to mshare
thme* hnor andm time benetit whuich time gzreat
republic of tihe Uniitedl States was ptleasedi
to bestow uponm I Iunagary. lay baestowing it
iuponi its freely-chotsen chief wmen heo be.
cmane a persecuted victim of desi otic vio
"*I bmeg leave to express nmv fervent
thamnks, inmny cauntry's namme also, whm hi
amidst the sorrows of its desolaition, feels
chteeredl by your country's generotsty, mandi
laooks witht resolum ion to time impeninmg tim
ture; because it is conitident thamt theo timme
draws necar when the etenal comic of thme
law of nat tins will becintmie a reamlity.
"Plresidenit 1 1 staund befotre your' Iheel
lency. a living p~rotestamtton aammst time viot
lence of' foreigni interferece oappptressing
the overign ightof ntltionis to regulate
"Isadbefore your Excellency a living
protstation agamtst centralization a pes
liing dhe State righmtof selgverment.au
gur ofbetertimes that, in iandinmg on time
hampyhors of tis g orious Repuiblic. I
hntdeud ia free anid powertml count rv,
whlosje hontored Citief Mamgtratme procli ains
tao Ihe worbti that this cunatry cmannomt re
main indti~rent whten the strong airm of a
toreign powt~er is invokedl to stillie pumbl ic
senmtuimti, amid repiress time spirit of f reedomi
mt aniy conmtiry.
"I thantmk God tha~t lie deemed mie not
unwmiorthmy to act amid suffe'r for my lather.
a.J thanuk Goid that the fate of my country
btecammo so atimmately connected with the
fato of hberty amn I independenotce of itations5
ini Eurotpe, ams formterly it wvas intimna ely
conntected with the security of Chtristeui.
"I thank God that moy counmtry's unmneri.
ted w oe, amid tmy sui'erigs, btetainme ant op
potrtuni v tin seek a mnanifestation of time
spirit timid prninciples of your Rtepublic.
"Mayv Godtithe Almighity bless you withi
a long life, that you may long enjity tihe
himnitmess to see your coutry great, glori
oums aind free, tihe corner-stonte of intera.
tianalt jumstice, anti time tulumnm of freedomtr
nm lime earthm, as it is alreamdy am usyhnii to
''Sir, I pledire to your counitry the ever
iastinmg gratitude of lingary."
T1hte i'residenmt replied brietly, to .inl.
Kossuthm's address, ini suibstanice as flowvs:
a"l aim ha;,ppy. Goavenor K 'sthi, tam
welcome 3 out lto this landma of freedotm; andmm
it gives tme ptleasure to conmgrmaubito yomu
u poni youtr release froma mmlamng caintinemment
im TIurkey, anrd yotur samfe arrival here. As
ani indmlividlualI, I 5ympa~ttiz7ed deeptly withi
you ini your brave struggle for lime indme
penidemce anmd freedom mif youir nati'.e Iuand.
T1hie Amitericani peotple cani never ho iniditlor
ent to suea~h a conitsi, buit mour poliey ams a
nation, in this respect, has been uniformm,
frotm time comnmencaement, mand mty ownt
v'iews, as their Ciif Executive Magistrate
of this nlaionl, are fully and freely ovpress
ed int my recent niessaige to Cmongress. to
whmichi you have been pleased tn ailludm.
.TIhtey are time same, whether speaikinig ton
Cor-gress herc, or to tho natltin of Eutrope.
"Should your country be restoremi to in
dependence and freedomt, I shoutld the(n
wituh you-as the greatast b'essinig you
could enjoy-a restoration to your native
lard; but sh ould that. never hamppen, I can
only repeat my welcome to you and roumr
compaimons here, anid pray that God's
blessing may rest upon you whercver your
and s-cretaries wd pbjipedt in' tihe
democratic presses o(ghe -Uniin.
The~ comaamittee then adjinined. ' .
.13. F. HIIALiy. Chaairman.
War. P. RrreTC11, . ''
R- 1. TAro. Secretaries.
DDMOI2IRATIC NATIONAL CONV ENtrIoN, 18g.
AI MIe Deunocratic Party thronghout the
WAsunGTCN.r,' Jantuary' . 18 2 -A
Concentrationm fa opiniona from all the States,
as far as practicable, upom -sono time and A
Pl.ace for holding. the next National
D.mocratic Convention, in indispensale to
tIhe tonion and organization .of the. party for
the 'residential canvas of 18*2. di
With this view the "Democratic National W
Coulintter'' Consisting 01 one frotn each '"
Sante, apipinnted by the Democratic '
National Convention of 1849, -to prtomote
tke democratic catume," and with piwer
to fill vataicies, assembled in this r!
city, in pursunnce of, a well-considered 'a
call for that purpose~ut which specting, cnc
the 2th and h of Dcember, 1841tand U
tie 1st or Jaiuaiy. -1 52, *tie thii-ty. i
onle States of the Umon were represented. "
And, Upm colferem,:' with Democratic
memabers of Congress, aid comulting the
action of State coiventuonas. as far as they
have exparossed . .any wishes onl time
subject, the committee, w.ih entire
uni31animi1y, ha% e arrived at a conclusion,
which they respectfully submit for P
The Demuaocrat c National Committee I
accordingly reconmmend tlat a convention i
of the Diemocratic pury throuighout time
Uimon, ly delegates duly appointed lby tie
Democrats ili tse several Statets, be held hm
in the cit3 of B.elinore, on Tuesday, time
first day of Junie, 185 ( (at 32, n.,) to
ncnimate candidates for l'residenit and Vice
P1resident of the United States, to be
supported by time Demorcratic ptrty at the h1
olectionl on Tucsy, time second day of a
The Nat onal " Convention of 18.11
adopted the following reconmendation as %
to time number of deiegates to be choseni a
in each Vatc; t,
"Resolved, That it be recommnended that
hereafter each aute be entitled to as mam."
delegmaes inl fmure Dimocratfe natioa'.
colventionae as it haa; it: the electoral
college, and no Inaore."
Byorder of time Democratic National P
R. F. lILTT, Chairman. C
W.mt. F. Iti renn, ertial U
R. 11.8rAro:J, e ti
ExcEM.t.uMr.-The. l'etersburg Intel. g;
ligemcer, in a vein of iumor aid satire, the b
-spirit of which is as original as it is rare,
makes tie following remarks - on tie
forthcoming ant icipated address of Kunsuth I
to the A.meaicai Coigress: b
" Kossea's S~1, WEct TO CosonGr.ss t
-Kossuth' speech to Congress will I)e
o Of the minmniest incidensts of the
age. The speech. no dtoubt, Will be a very C
able taoe. but it w.l1 lie truly ludicious to
see a Congress of. American St:utesme " a
listenlinig wtil patience and docility to tll
lecture which 1will be given to thein'on time
truie paiia y and iieret of time Amaueric;iam ni
overnment, ly a citizen of Ilungary. M
.itany of the members duubtles-, % ill be si a
stirred up by, the -e-loijoonce of time groat
.Magyar, as to conclude t hat \s
and his illuAtrious cut i lastriots were pro. i
foundly ~ iant SC tom true interetsofthe I
A ea peopI, uaid::that.. it has lacen
eserved-fprnti ths 'g a~andfig f.m lmtungJ y'
3o iuniigineni uS On,-tlemi.
Oz course, Congreus,'will alow Kosthil
mileage to and from ilungary."
Tama !l frHotsT llie K 6:gscmjn.-Th'ace
buildmag, stays thme Journ'mal o~f Commmerce,
ii situated am Mlhiaq.rr .atreet', betweeni P
Sprig ad lloom, an isof lirge extent.a
its businmess, however, lana hatterly de
mnanded an enliargemnt, and aunother bumid.
inag five stors high, and 25 tby l100 feet, is
naearly coampletedl, amid will be reamdy for Ii
occuipanicy am abuit a inuumth. it tronmts oni
Mutt a: reeta runmning( thrughm to conniect
with the miaain buildinig oni M taberry atreiet.
It will coast, whenm comapleted anid litted upj,
about $ 18.000).
'lhe nmuber of personms at paeasent em.
pbsayed is about '200, ot 188~ exclusive of
clerksa, labotrers, &c. There are ini time
printing uitlice 703 hanidianilm 8 power press.
es. lan the bamdery, there are i18t persons.
of whmom 47 are amemn, ayd 71 are girls.-....
Tihme moictive poiwer is fuirnishmed by a 15
hors~e power eanginm. Stieamm is also furn- 1]
ishmed for heating time Iauddmg--nom lire be.
ing used, excepat a simall onme man a sinagie
han time course of am year, about 881000)
worth of poaer is cnune mmad, 5) totis of pa.
per board, anmd large - quantities of other .
binder's materniai. 'imhe expenmsea in tihe
bmadery hatt yeair, foar.anate iis amnd wages,
Th'le piublications iaf thie Bmok CZonecra Il
arc imostly stereotyped. Th'iey aire not f.mr
froum 11500 m nummber, incudimg, probably,
900) Sa-hubathm School 1Ilouks. Three anewa. T1
papers are published ini thme establishmumentu,
whose aggregate circulamtionm is 140,t10N,
viz: he Sunt'ay Schnolh Advocate 8,
(1(M), Mlissiomnary Advacate 10,000O Christian' 01
Aidvocame anda .Junalm 303.(MM. Thie tmoramlV
ainflence of suchi a deluge of priinted maa. si
ter as goes ut froom thrat sinmgle building Vi
amiuat be immniase. wi
A Yotua 3i:iiacut or CoNOnES.-iloni. d
Ga4lusha A. G row, mecamber oft theL Ilomiae of j
Rtepreseanta' ives, from i'ennisylIvania. ist ihe ci
younmgest member of th:,t bodiy, beinmg nly
twenty six years of age. Itis said he
camne to Amnherst Colltge eleven years ir
ago froin time back~woodgoif i'ennsylvania,
to commaence his educaon. i'revious to e,
which evenut he had beeb enigaged in rafl-.
inig logs down time Susqumeannma, anad ina as
deer hunmatinmg in the Alleghaniies. He sooni ej
took a high ranmk ini his class, becaumo a
good aapeaker, subsequently studaied law, e,
anid last year was electedto Congress with. ha
oiut serious opposition. e
A Cuiouim Quaaestionam ian regard to the i"
rotationi of time Karth, las bieen investigated '
by Calit. Boxer, of WVoolwih.. TIhae
rahlem is thme amount of the eff'ect of time
Earth's rotation, upoma a projectile, c
inm cauasineg it, urinig its flight to deflect o
from time object to which it is directed, ork
more correctly speaking, the object to alter e
its position wvith regard te~ time path. of thme C
idhot. lie tinids lay calenml'ationi, basted upon g
aita taken from actual practice, that a
in latitude 52 deg. a ball projected dumeb
south 3,6MI yards, whuo timei of flight was
1.4 seconds, would fail 10.914 yards to time
west or to the right of its direc tion. n
Soit.Tutaso r'Ol Tr'LxAs-An imaportanat a
snit hans recently been decided in Trexas tI
which involved tihe qnastion of the ex- n
emption of the islands,. Salt Lakes, &c. tU
fronm location. Th'le Suuiremie Couart oft that an
State hnave decided that iis dhscriptioni of 'l
thec public domain is exemg, fromt location, l;
and in consequence all thaJ!iinnds and salt. p
lakes not appropriated b::fo 1846 are the b
special property of the Statia, with the ex. n
coption of sucha as may havd beon alienated si
by express attactment of liaw, ia
Journal o~ * l sc tI geo.
oratie latiddal #ssnitte.,
in pursuance aifa irohlar call of Nov.
ember 1, 1951, 4ddrbidd, by the chairman
to eactI of tlhe inembers 4f the "Donncratic
Natitmal Coimittee,"'to meet at Wash.
ingtoin on the 20th day df December, "for
thepurposetof obtaiing a concentration
suonn-unity of the vldtas Of'the Denmncratic
party ac to tihe time and plac'e of holding a
National Convention to nlopnit"t can
didates for President and Vice Premident of
the United States, accordingIr to tihe siages
of the .ariy, the committee me' in the'
city of Washiingtoni, at I o'clock oil csaid
Mr. Crostwell, of Ne-v York, r a i a
letter from the chairmae, - lon. 1.F. Ilal.
teti.of Al asacihousetts, appriszing the coin.
mittee of his imilty to attend thu
nee iig is to-day, con account cordetentioin
at Philadelphiii by sickniess, and signifying
his expectution oi beeinig able to I e presett
on Wednesdaly. und desiriig the comfinittee
to proceed with their org iization. There.
Tho lon. Iobert Strange, of North.
Curohna, was 'called to) the chair, and
(neither of the secreta-inics beines presenit)
it. I1. Stanton of Kens; ucky, was upioitted
Onl a mcontion of the Hi. W. A. Rich
ardson, oif iltinois, it was voted that a corn.
miltee of three the appointed by the chair,
to ascertamic what btates are represented
by meibers mli perseoi, or by the:r sub.
stittutes, and to reconinend what meaiuren
should be taken to supplv vacancies. if any.
Me.-mars. Richardsion, of Illinois, 'enn, of
L~omsna, acid tidd.e, of Delaware, n ere
aeppesoited that committee.
And the committee adjourned.
DcCEmaBER 30, 18.35,-The- e amitice
;gamtl met at 7 o'clock, P. M., and acted
upon the repot of their committee. fromn
whiels it appeared thit tle following dole.
gates nnd sucbstitutes were present, or
III the cilv:
lassachutcsett--3. F. IHallett.
Tennccee-P P. Stanitone.
ILuisiana-A. G. Penn'l.
New- York-ldwin i Crosmwell.
Ohio--D. T. Disney.
Virginia-Wic. F. Ritch-e.
Connecticut-O. 8 Sevimour.
Delan are--GUo. Itead ltiddle.
New Jerier-Isaac Wildrmck.
Verniit-'iThos. B i rtlet 1, Jr.
Iiino:s-Wrm A Itichardson.
W.sc"s .--11. C. Eiantmian.
3lhi-m -Chas . Smairt.
New Ilac.,nire--Cias. I Pe:aselee.
Rke, tuc-y-. . II. Scate n.
M S-or --W. 11. 11:11.
A. k owa.--R. W. Juohson.
Alabama--W. It. W. Cobb.
Rthode island--B. 11. Thurston.
leisylvnia--John WiV. Formev.
Florid.---N. P. Uennis.
It a;siappeared thit there were two v%.
c.Icies boy death of tihe members from
TeiS aid lowa, and-tlhat no members or
substitutes appeared for Georg and i.
Cacftornia hamd no memober, not
har m c en a State inl 1848. For the
Stts the committee reported:
Texats-V. I Iloward.
lowa--G. W. Jones.
Georgia--Jos. \V. Jackson.
aMl wiasppi--J. I). Freem:m.
Ca Ilornima-E C. Marshall.
scoteu . .y #. iU m tio Uur Con
ooet co, -a -.-voteu- t like n ....,,.-t
seub-comisttec be raillied by tihie meeting,
andi Ihait tihe substitutes by maid cozccncittec
repiortoel be consideredl 'netabers aof the
tiemcecraitwi Nactionaml Commasitte., anid that
ihe vaccanscies be tiled ini confcormsity to their
Af:er taiktng anm infosrmnal vote as to the
timce ande plice of hokhncg thce nsational con-.
Venitioc. ihe iomoueittee adejournred.
Alter takmig anc infoermc ci vote ast to the
tine anid place ol ho tleog thie natjinal con.
Venctionc, thi e cmmuittee aidjournced.
[ Note.-.Thecs appsomstmcenL t f 1'.reema.'n,
of3 .is:5ippi, wias masde to supplv the va.
cansey froicim hat ma:te, which was sup
p sed teo exist soi far as the~ commccittee were
adlvised. AMter the lincal adjournmeent, the
chi m rcman received nodttficatcionc of thme ap-.
pmteint itn writing, ini piursunance acf iss
psower of aisbstitution, by .lWr. Dunican, the
mc~eber for .\1 isisipi of thie Ilin. Joshn J.
.\l* fle1, of time iJ. S. Senate, as his sub
s itute, whuich aippioinetmcent ihan nest reachced
W.shcincgtotn se isonaibly for .\lr. .\ lien to
tikej Isis seat with the commcbittee. Mir
D.mz:n c was at New- Orleanss wihen he
received thce cicular that hsadi beens directed
to tics re.sidence at Grenaida.)
Jauahry 1, W>35. -The cocmmittee mert at
10 ccclocck onc Thurda mosarning-lihon. 13.
F. H sdk3, tt,.Uacssachussetts, being present,
acid taking hZse chs~ir. Wms. P. ititcie,
iEs.l., omi Virgii. tirst seceretary'sf thse ccm.
mc triee, ailso; aippeareed-Hon. J. 5. .1 brbcur
ha~vincg becec previaons'y ap~poiinted to act for
liunm icn his acbsence. Th'le list wv i catlled,
anmd it app i red thsat all the States were
reprcesented inc thie commucittee, excepit
S oths-Caro l ina. Thie chiiairmcanc asnnoucedi
ice receipst thiast moningO of a letter fromo
Gec. Jais. 41. Coummanimder, thse mcemcber of
the coamuttee for Soth-lsCarolina, regret
hing thatm ice sohould be suable to attenc3 the
mieetmtg ccl the Nactiontal Cocmmittee, und
acuthcor~zing' thce chsairmansu to vote for tihe
cconid .\1oncdamy inc Jnncme ;s the timse, andi
Iibitimuire asi the pltace, for the acssemiblinsg
of t he concventioni, withc thie hoepe thcat thie
ebbec)Lrat ions of thce conisuittee might be
Ti'is comcpieted the re'presectations frotm
Mir. Crocsscweil, of New York, hsaving
been eobciged toc leave the city for hcs
hmce, iocn. l).idi~ la Seymcour was au.
thoer~zedl to cast his vote.
tionc. Mir. Johnisonc wacs aiso empowered
by Mr. hlowaird, of Texas, whco waus absenst
on accounit of rickccess, to vote for isin.
Mir. liall, of .Alissoncri, ohiaered the fol.
lowy cg re aidnctioni;
Reesn/red. Thauit thice commcnit tee re.
come ndsiiii Baltiimre acs thce place. ansd thce
- dacy of as lice timce focr
hcoleincg the NAtional Detmocratic Conc.
Thie questifon bceinig taken on tillincg the
bslancks, all thme States bilt Te'xas. Louisianma,
Newv Jersey, Wisconsuin, and Soutlh.Car
otcica, whieun cialle namccedi Tiuesday, the
first dicy cifJlune; anid, bsefuo the vote wvas
declaird, it wcas mtade unucnimoua.
Air. Jlaethawcay, onf lIndiansa, msoved to
strike out iltimiore, and insert Cincinniati;
ich wacs lnt agreed to.
Th'le rescolutiocs was thmen unanktnously
'VTechairnmn submitted toc theo corn.
mitee ice t orcc of nottce to the Demuocratic
pairty of the rcecoedation of the Nationat
C.ommccitteo for holdinig a Nationcal Cont.
venuionc; wlnchl was adopted, anid it wais
ordbred thtat the same be signed by the
chaiinan and secretaries, and tpublcished
its lice Dencocratic nuewspaspers of the Union.
Mir. F'rceeman, of Mississippci, ofTered the
followincg, whicht was adopted
ilemolvedl, Thiat, tte- entlre proceedtigs of
thim co.cnnattee be sinnd by the chairman
fill SMTER'. B. N_
OHN T. GRiEN, EDon
TUESDA1, JANNA RY 18. 1852.
" Mesars. A. WrnTr; & Uo.,a
gents for the Banner ill Sumtorvilie.
There is one pomnft on which there can be
Ierity of opines. t the Sonth among. the
are true to her, or who have mad& up the
enets not to be slares ; that is if cwe Aihmd
recl torhvsrretreen resiancme snuissi
e should take resistance at all hazards."
A 1.5t10?N. --
To do that, roncert of action must be neocs
i, not to sare the I Uinion, for ,o oveild then
u late, but to save our*elves. Thus in met ie
nerl w the one thing nveedful.."-CAs.n'oum.
What is the remedy ? I answer arcisie
leited semeien qi the slaetholding States,otd
rgte numberq e them.o Nothis else winl be wise
othing else wall bepracticable."-Cssn.vLis.
We take pleasure itn referring (ur re
a in the village and vicinity it) Profesa
lA.E's advertisemenit in curcolummsu. I
roposes to Lecture aml experiment
Londay and Tuesday evenlings. It is r
.ur habit tio believe every nivelty that as
presented under the name of so
-imnce, bust after attending the Lectu
eretofore given upon this subject by A'
ALK, we are compelled is jntice to, sa
at we believe there is something In
Vhen fucts are preseticiled uc aft
ire witnesed, we do say ihat if there
humbug inl this matter it is wortb exi
1g. All who 'esire to be entert-ain
'ith beholdinag lhings strange and at a
m timne aamuhsig. should rttend the lA
ares on NadasavY Uad 'Tuesaly evenlin;.
vr particulars see advertinemtaeinl.
In accoirdance with our promnise,
ablbiph to-day the Iteptort of the Jo
ornmittee upun the B-nk of the Staite
lanrlestion, furnisbed us by or fric
eleiel Asi.uton, Clauiran (of the I hmL
ammaaailtee. The purpsase of the inve
itiont and report is to slarow as far as pos
ic the condition of the Ba.nk; to find c
hat its habilities are. ad what aseetts t
ank has inl posseuion to meet those I
lilies with. We have alwnys contend
Zt sauc an exaa* miation sanst necesisar
verv inasperect--however ma wel, I
'aauaumitteesa appointed mny dichiarge tl
flies, bit the Legil:.tiare considered :i
cuieck aupion the Bank, and to smne <
nt it usdoubtly is. We would reco
end all to read 'the Itepmrt, foar if it des
r- cte istre~ed ili its uasnsil
ent, it loses its iaufluence even as a clue
pols the conduct of those entrusted
so Legimlature with its control. 'l
'port w:ll - be found on lte fourth 1si
From the Waatchaan.
Mr. Editor : Ini view of thse applroiachsi
lectiont for lsheriti, it is aanpaartanat thiat
st of the anauni~gers appsoinsted ;at the pr.
ast session of the Leguislaturc, shonld
ialaibbuhd, as it will be seen thlaat anay ns
pomaahents have been madeh; you '.
aeresure, pslease~ paubbhil thec followinag:
TI. C. Richaardson, 13. .\anining, aund J,
J. AN. Pelder, A. P'. lBrock and D).
WA. I.. Reaynaolds, 1. II. B~roddonu and
Joseph Spsretts, WV. 8. Wahaer, and
J. S. McJ.'addina, C. A. Rtich, anid -1.
D. E hlodge, C. L~. WVitherspoon, a
IR. P. HI aynaiwort,, W. T1. Brugdmn a
Jamesuu E5.ps, WI. 31. Mlatosh aandi
S. 13. Coker, J. \aV. Baker and Sasna
1 muonrTasr Viuou hJUs.At:V.-AMar.
TuSS $isi Eus or Losras Kosura~t.-l
/ednaesday thei lihhI, befo~re dauvbreok,
secaal traina arrnvead froma I lna'rv at t
ienana termuinuas oif Nsrthaeran Railr'sadl.
as compnjosed ofi twelve en~achues, each
haichi coastauined ai prasonuer wvith tlunee ge
rares. Ona itheir arrival horses we
aimediately paat to thec earriaugesi, andal
urtege, accesap~anied by ra dletachmaent
n d-armnes, drove oIl t somuue prison. T1
'soners were of botha sexes-the mnen
Krssutha's sisters were theC fealae pr
iers anda then others cauvaliers (nsables.)
/heather any traces or a conuspiracy we
-tually found whena the laodlgings oft
sters, Rautakay andl Ahsslegyi, we
uarchaed, I amn unabhle to say ; bust it
!rtaiai thuat the sauspicionus of Governmae
wve beent violently excited by soc no c
aumbtances whauch hanve recently occurr
Iai aiunry.- Vienna Correspowndse
a TIime~as, 14th.
IsrAisous Assa .T.-We wvere infor
I thsat oan the naght tof the '2JI tilt., a ani
itrageous assault. wvas aude by an ti
nlown persons, on SIr. Jutniass Smith,t
aterprisinag TIea-palanat unporter and gao
, of Greenville District. Thie acco:a
vena by M1r. S. is, that a persoas knock
his door, and as AIr. S. openaed it, a
,fnre he cotuld see thso atssautlanut, he w
'led to the floor by a heavy blow onaI
rehsoad, whsichs stunned hsim. Mr. 8, er
)t remnembesr any more of thea affair;
ie shocking bruises ns Isis face sand bo
e evidenaces thuat the wre chi dial not at
en. M r. Smith is an insofU nsive gent
an, anal can assign no cause for the
ck. If robbery wats intended, the villi
ust have bseen disturbed, as nothlig
ue house iiisnimisg. WVe trust thuat vi
at search will be muade for haisn, and d
mnishmnent meted out. T'here soees
e a ganug of despersdrses infest ing C
iighuborhsocd, as, we have hseard of ma
ucch assaults on eaable citizenss in i)
ni tnihbonria gDsri-ts.
The. 8 sti-Ies
.At'the celebration -t thi. (trth An.
ivenuanry oif the Suisnieid' .iftesmcn acn tie
8mbh.Inst., e follwnjguly -and Vidl.
ppteer Tosts. Were offemkd.
1st. The day we Ceie ate-.Iver,
i. i emeorabl as the occasinn otiaiihich b the
Amerinn Rifles the Lion ia forei' i6'
kiss the lust. - -
2ndc1. Thte uemnr of .Andrew Aeig
- -Thougii once thoni lht weirthy tbe etim. I
re of a lkn black-he proved an onor to his
Coutntry, ad the superior of yi.J'scke; ham.:e
- 3rd. -suth.Ca to'li:- Ready tom intainwi
her rights at any inaanrd, It iier Hister litate.
ia 1tim,1nid ever.rouse from tiie Aluinber.ol .
4th. Alemory of Calhoun nd RIc~uffic:
Ever to e chmerished whilh-csrlina's Scn
have the leant claim to' the title of patriotI
&-h.,The Union. A curse to the South..
.l 6:i'e Contitution. It it lie Col.
triued as was intended by our Fathers.
a, 7th. Tih., Inalitution. of :*tavey.
a Guarantied to us by the Constitution, at is
- a subject t.o be. considered only lif those
among Whomn it -exists.
8B The Coinprommim'e. Like its author,.
a decCptre thing. Botlh ike whited
repuichers, fair to the view, but within is
for full of rn:ltemess nid corruption.
le Ah. The Hon. I:. . Rhett. Tho able
elqfeduder of Southern r.ghts, and Soi'theri
honor. If ever'hon.meetie the Traitor
doon it must be when klonmth Carolina is
my ohrouded in the ginpmn of aitct submission
ne aind Slavery.
cs ith The Cihizqn soldier of South Car.
nolin-1. - Equal to any emergenev.
- 11th. The'Go.oi4. Umrelin'a. Posses
my sing all the qaites tef a good citizen none
t can know hini witheit dminstion. A tn'ur
cloief Inagistrate equal to the task, and us
a Politicin true to the priicipm!es whici ho
41- Nih. The Do-trine of Non-1 nter entn.
Dd The Legacy fof a father to his country--Iet
me our Statesimn ieware how tiher dishonor
-Whit memary by trampling upon is precepts
c. 1'th. W'omin.-Always in f..vor of
'.iUin: but ,imly tlhat Ulioun; which is
reglated by pirinciples of jiustire and
reason, and bhised upon complete egniality.
ve By Capt. J. B. N. liimmet-SoitI Car
niira- As a tiember otm this Unimn, ever
nt ready to perforim her part; but under rx.
at istin~g circum,,stsces, it wiill be better t hat
nid rhe were a free and independent Republie.
By L. L. l'rna'er-Tme Fliug of Sub.
. mission. God.gnt that it imay never
wave its grloomyi folds tiyer that land where
i- rests the' renain"s of Sumtor and Marion.
it By J. W.; Ervin: The Stme Remmeni.
lie -Thefirst to otyer thivir se~rvices to their
State against . tyrannical con-olid ation
-1 'eession their watchword, and inde.
md penience the'r aim.
Iv fBy A. A. Uilbert: Secession!--Sepirate
ieseceI n! !-The only remiedv now left for
oe our beiived State. 'May her siomes yet
nr rally to its standtaril. nid be ready to
mis lay down their lives upon the altar of
B: Dr. W. J Dargan, a Guest: Sunter
n, Ditic.Whl Ih a-mmnWiffVi
i mi iv it) breathe the spirit if hwr
Sumter, kindled anew on the plains of Paio
. A Ito and Remara de la Pahnma, she need ne'er
Ck far her som will evur -Aslumitio the rod of
oppreesion fir. time chi tinf the tyranit.
Y y .J. L, Uticiardmtomn, jr.: The Rifle
lie Company...Lke the glorv ot the achoerment
.re its lragn emmimorat-, , jay it n ever
dnimijiIin .w_.iln ,rwegg d valnrr- tindT
a hmiii time pat in',' heart.
By Thmnas Fox: Ihere is chaimpaigne to
our reanl friendis.
,By F. Mhyeri: The Sumter Riflemen amid
Claremnon t Troepnt-Shouldl time timhe ever.
arrive, when they are called to redress
.uaggressinna, may they act with the samae
concert in arms n hicha they nouw tic in peace
that is as Brothers.
Bly WV. J. Ilammmet :.Tme .Sumter Rtille
J. men -A. noble, gallamnt and patriotic corps;
ther apptearancer and trining this day,
a hews fully tihe abhlity ot their oflicers, amid
L. mime cibedienice of its m'nembers (thme first dhu.
ty of tihe siddier.) WVeil may-our District
lbe proudi of such a band of brthelrs, to
Swich lwetmay look foir defemnce inm the kour
By Lienat. M. B. Moses : Thme Sumter
itlemen.-A noble and patriitic haind,
13 wnirthy of time enumidence of their State,
whether right cir wrongi.
By W. ii. Prningle: Capt. J. B. N. ilamn.
C. mie-A true patriotic secessionist, 3Iay
lie prove to him country as aihu as
Wasinitonm did in old sevente six.
nil IBy WV. WV. Wddter, Wq, ngnet.-Se.
cetssion ! .Ceressionm ! ! from bachmelordom;1
humt it mu'tt he byv cot.oeration,
dBy J. Rt. Loganm, E'q,-(llats o6T amid
duank itr si.mece..) Th'e Cook.
Bydli 0. P. 3McRnmy: Sumter R10amen.
Mavy they always stand at the breech of
V. tih-mr rises as faiithifully as they did on the~
8th,. antd may they each prosper as time lily
lei By nwrmaal James J. Gordon: J. B3. N.
Iloemme# -Our gallant (.aptin ; he's sonic
that's Surne. He wi tread where man may
dare to tread', amd we wilt follow him to
tr certain deathm..
1mn By Capt. E I). Prningle : Tme Officers
a aend Soldiers of thme Rifle Company.-May
iw their success anid independence equal that
1- of time first antd last hero tif time South.
of Bly Ser~jt. Jmes h-. Cark : Thme ladies
mm. tef Summtervill.-The fairest of time fair.
re We will be their protectors. Xcohns vo
of By a guest : The Sumter Riflememn-To
me whom there is one miing needful ; hadi y'ou
itn biut a b:.nner, wvith a nmotto appropriate,
wroinghmt b' time hmands of time fair Indies -of
s.youmr Distrmct, then indeed, woul ydumr op-.
- pearance be imost perfect as soldiers.
re By Willham S. hioyt;~ Tme Sumiter Ri-.
.e fleime,-We, look upon thom us thme bul
re waurk and defence of our Distriott as the
is protectors of ur homes and institutionR
mit from the evils of fanaticism amid tyranny.
r. Shtould time oe portumnity over present itself,
ead we feel com ei nt that they will rival time
of deeds of the heroes of '76.
By J. N. Clybumrnm: My brothers in arms
are alike ute Caroilinas's proud emmblems..
ni. whenever .cut dotiwn, will spring ump wvith
ist doubile ftmld, to revenge time deatih of time
mn. fallen mamrtyr.
Ne Bly WV. I. McCoy : Sumter Rtiflemen, .
a- May mthey flotnrishm andi spreamd,
nt Until time raggy-mmuflinms are all Rihflemen or
rid Bly a guost: Souit Carolina.-1l' it he
as treachery for her truie somus to mainitain their
mis independenmce, let thmomt mroot aI traitor's
n- tdoom rather thman sutbmit to the aggressionms
ut of Nortinern tyrants
ly Dy F. M. Morgan iSouith Carolina : If
ump ever her sons be found to falter or flag imn
le- time defee of her honor, lier independenmce,
t. or her sovereignty as a Stat It the Pal,
:m mette, and her ownm Lotte S f~rever sinils
in in oblivion anid her nammo be lottei froam
gi- the pageos of history,
uae fy l'. A. G. Clark, a Rifelemn.-Seces,
ur Secession, Seceission!i That w.hr lce strain
my Thmat is ushered thiroumhr utt the larndi
mis V's foromedi to cut ihis Union in 'twain; .
, im welertmn in tit evnehn- lsne .
irnte iUdlacd ps.ai4erW
tr te ftee Uunmssadtgus .0~hp*
sal uoan time Ili i if C. i.tt
urlh r~mirsk ifia esf xii
isisin itign .;
Oi uusermsa MN
2h0c was i r euA:h2, d by r.
l l s ti 1;! dlo-y a"
,4of tihe WiSnie 40n the Atwle'tog tiht Un'1,0
ion tire resomutuum pr v.d *g#etr ths -
iditii-ist ui ai i.usamissitqge of iveiiai
-o Kisauth..snd omntraisie :the:# l0 i he
louse of 1tepresenmteatav.-J Tiii6 dinnu
WaE uCuduet uttinW rwbt; we e;
ht..amtieW rlie. hiteldigeteirept.,ugr
nienldinenti, the ge itt hy i
lotsen Wednesday. The'. merty 0t6
ip the strugg le fur tmeh yinmd
nivtnce, thu maintryr
iulution still retains its e
1itte. 'l'he ilotsoieurned untit I
'it'as G Tr- Fn:-Tic$1
Istrous tires occurred sit nning. asks
!ities, ton Tatrday,27th ulthA h ii .
U New Yoerk,extenigtrd m s;m1 n-111th
i Seviimon ~ iireet, u4eOiA., -lag
unmgA wichi wth th- e Im
aUm11ttted, were est.mated 'tobe 6t"Ak I
over IIt.tU0t. In Flinladelphi, ;4 gjr
Pecuned desrofing Uarium's .
umd it is muplIposi'I thtu bvr v:'00,
l" mpert y 17s-4w4'aslW i
in1ders this calamity still. More .eo
Wo colored men were. known to har
tilled, Ad mever-oI firesnen wcere inju r-io
l falling of walls, and it Isw lso . .
mt there were iwrsons buried:.,i
uis, whose - bodiesh.ive nil'y - -i
oand. Mr. ltey, a - MeMy relpeul
mwyer, was-oIbserved inte-vienlity th
ir,-'jupt bon-fre the walls fell, tindha .in
iterwards been sees, up to tive o cfive
10. Al. Anotler fise lin I fl1Aelo
vast mount. 4 !ropertY
afxM)Wordh. Thie hlanly frvfi
m the three cities hid great dlfi
n subdumg the sipread uf the flamibelY
i consequence of the intense cold.. 4_ -.
Toir. Alu:oss.-A curresn tf3
Cl.:velatid I).uwcrat, wrting frant St. o. -
5elh, M4., Nov. 23d, says of tie alurn omsi
*%We expect a heavy emigrati to lelm1
his countrV next .prmg tor Oregaq; and
tn.h fliornia. flay tamhtu have. aresdy
rr'ved to winter here.
-The head oif the Monnmon Church hlia,
ardereel die Saints in this country to nssenus
be at Salt Lake by next year. There.;af.
t th:s timue Im Kanesvitte, lomi ontihe I -
Missouri. near twen y-hive hindred, unmer --
're.sident Orsiim lyute. You wi.l remeui z
ber him; lie used to be Campbellite pmeaeh.
jr in Loraii coumity. lie as a renmirk a6b
manm, Und as Anuch like .artn Vani Btj-Al
in looks,ias Ie imitates him it wiro-wor
ur. Ntie'~yn -.id lo In inraigai
N.tiwlhi. itqiijdg ii ain iron scepi
SWiikWiiriti i Mfeare. iHe iff law,
kini .a rtuic a .segpa
HIow .TO-Suim Vii6nte '-1oisr.
%.oIespondent of the New York- Coiht niro
:iaml gives the following accotlitof ftf '
thod ad ptrl by an otflicer othmi
tates service, hat rartyiiied-ifr
Io, to tul who would inmt' allo
is feet to me ifrY psurlssma"f
lie uook a cord, absut the izeof acoi
nn bed cord, putt iin ilmee mouthm o' tN -~
mmrse like a bi, and lIed'It Ihity on fi
->p of th.,: asstial's hea) pd ainw hit ltt
~ar tumder tihe sitin~ tndt infully..ieht.
ut tight emi."h t 4 he ar down.a -n4
he cord ini ita plap. Imangqb patige
hie horse getitif eq Ut we of the heij,
ly the hmorae se pafeedy saixluid
mud ns gentle aa wel tained dog; auK~
ig imi< cer to hi) fitedwit h enitiroirmprini
my, amid tacting in" all res.pctm lkelan oldI
tager. Tme sitanp5t1 thlus tied rmade
mim ait nce as dcci ~t4oidit asan
nmiiemould desire,. TA\~ itaua of fliW
itms furnmishmed tisg si19 -
means of' isutd~umg a.Yre zz~opr
'--nsity, int: imiated' :.has. it. I\ AWtsI
ecom and Sottta Anrt iea~
'enit of wild horises.
~- e ..
FuKm:i Trs. CAT.~mTor'sip.~5 T
sceunnamti friotm Mtimia savs
lie severity of thme wreath'er minAm~h
eachmed us. Th'le- lass of life'andgripert~
mas bmeen very greatm. Near MeIrqalagt~~
Aaterspouts panssed( over thme islaid,umn
onnitg houstses, amid ramisinmg msen, ym~rer
ndii children, amid carried thiem ina thdeVor
cx to destructioni. Dluringf this peiioethe
gin fell in torrents in .Marnia,, and baiLsfedy --
if an enormous size. .At. Castelpm4
Stabia, not near Naiples) nearly Iii~h .
own hias been destroyed; and up~atS
00 people wamhted into time sezm D~a
indies, fearfully mutilated and -avotol
~ere seen biy my-mfnormnant.".
'he Liverpool Chronide sti tes-Tb i~
tem ftihe LiverpoolLierfi -
lecemmber, Mr. Dowie presentled an origini
emter,.indb r Randolph. .the Aiiin
ricant Minister of State, in 1794, during the
Premidemncy of Washingtonm. addiseds to
LIol James Monroe,rminietor pilenipotetia~v
o the republic of France, and dlated Iuhi.
t, 12W. The letter, which was er
onsiderable length, and of interest lit
hirowinig much light on time relatioss
etween thme United Frateas andi France
t thaut period, was read by time eltim '
)n of time shtemeranta in it, att
lie minimister to cultivate friendlhy'itflbi -
xnaa,thmat imn "whtatever waif migtRti:Miit
ny ation of -the world, theygwou)nj
~onsider thme French nation as "thei*
irst undtt naturally." . .
~lAVRtE nE GRACE, Jan. 4
~usquehtannia river is litera ly cile
ip with ice. causing a sui~pensionf-ot
il travel by the railroad betweem Baltimorg'
nud Piiadelpahia fur- the presenit. - TAhe -
ce commiaudled mnovinig yesterday afternoon
:ithi great velocity, a. di enom chiofedtp t
river below thits poimt, the-same as it414d
Th'le ice is backed up in a solid mass as
aer as Port. D~eposite,- and. imn conisidera .
ver time towpasth at BlltSm Ferry.
'l'h railroadl - stoamhoat in otn thsip
ide anid there is no possibility of' ,ttu
ioinmg able to pasa omvor. 'A'hO IYa.t fred
'hiladelphia yesterday afliernoon as
:ompelled to ' turn after reaching te rivt.
B~rrATL A-r P~OnrTOntnatl--It:I i'
dm that a mnilitutry express has art~'t .'
he htrmd.quarrters of (General AWim
rotwenm the~ dertachtemt of 5 4t
rcetly sent aigatinst tlhnhtlmreum Indi
hat region, and- a,- pti-ty - nf thus lan~p
ho 'n tifteen leimians. are nid to hi mr
hil .Ni Cliofi pe.A