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U~ARAT, SAwT 19, 1860.
ICemns of 1860-uestio to An.
On thil. It ,f June, the work of ta
kinlg the cellnsu commuences. It is de
.hirablC that it be taken with great ac
curacy; and to enable tlhe Assistant Mar
shals who will he iigaged in thlit I'er
ttornatince of this duty to live their w,.'k
well (!.,lie, it lhas bete'i sulggested tl,.tt
the publication Ift thle qilestinls nIIec ,
s::rv for all heads of fa;ihilies to alis. 'tr"
would le ,f great heletit. Witii th!i:.
Siefw, .we -irpbh ih thet fll ,.wieg h. :t
In tith IIrsit pllace it i cej: lilcsary
write toiwin the nie lb 'y c l ,.rv I ev,.
wthocSt u,:al pla,', of abodei , on i , Ist
day It ulllce, 1Stii, was in t!, f'aimily.
he ..e of tac.i, sex and1 clor, ic
th,'r whit. lblack or nulttl. ,.
Pr',f4-iiin, eut atipat i ,r trade of
talh lliMale [lpu.lon uver lilttect years of
Valuet of iell st.le .,wined.
Places of birth tialiliii the State'
Territorv or cou'ntrv.
Mtarritil withlin ti,, year
i't'rstls over twenty ,arts of age that
cannoitl read or write..
Whether heaf aid. -lumii. .lid, d - Ij
Iua.ll or idiot. Iatilpe,.: . Cvict. t
Nallle oftl ll, ...' agent or manlager of
Numtlier 1: iini.r v ,1 ari,
iullll. L r o' uln ili ved L irte. s d'
t'Lash value of f rti. i.
iatli ih f fartig in 11innts and ,
Liv.e t. ck on lc. , .J ia,, i . I Itl t
i .: itnumlber of i . ,rs-,. rules anid assts, I
workiI -xlti, oilcih *,ws. t ad etl.et I
cattle, bwil,,, ;1l1,l s\\t,, 1I.
Valuit. i, th . i.
Vailu " of anitai i*. itghtlert I dlt1 i. 1I
the. year. c
lr,,diduce duritinr tl, Lear ,elni1t1' Ju,. i."
1st, 160, vi:, : .N'uiobter ,f busii.-C ., . :
t heat, rye, lndiun,. eelirn. oalte, L,-ani :-" I
peas, Ituckwiheat, harlyv Irish ot ,tte. t.
poutttnld. of wc tll p tliunis of t"ib.t'C.,.
a'ii," of cre-lianid pr ts ii n d -.iars r
Gallolu.s ,f willn:, v.th.- I" l ,r ,e," o.... I
nlarkt Lr-' Ii'dn. i. i, , , . :: I.... . 1 d.
t u ,'!,';,'" , l',1. '1ti ha , l ` r , i c';-l ,, l t-,, 1 . if
osd t' "al .lL+ 1ll 1 .i s , . 1a ',.-ras . T, l llu ds f .h
vof hops., 'ip , lis,1 ,I ,u ti. I~.lis ti 1 t on
mleolass'es, pocrits of hii'V al, hec , 1ji I
valtue tf hluom, i .. ii ial ittA.l tures.
Name of erp,,r:it,'. ,':.: y ,r in
dividual, produciing art.des t,' the value r.
of $l0o0. a
Namle of busitess, lanufa.:turne e, ,gr
the ip ri ,r, c t.. i
Capital inivested in real el,.te and it
personal estate in the busiine-- t- l
SRaw mnaterials used, intdling fui1, wa
viz4 quantities, values, kirndatdf wotive tin
power machinery, structure or resource. foi
Average number of hands employed, rie
viz : male, female, average monthly cost lar
of male labor, average monthly cost of cit
female labor. re
Name of everiy personi died during lih
the year ending Juue 1st, i160, whose dee
usual place of abode was in the family; wi.
the age, sex and color, whether white, Lis
black or mulatto, married or widowed, crib
place of birth, naming the State, Terri- jus
tory, or country, the month in which the rem
perI en died, profession, occupation or lea
trade disease or the cause of death. ian
1..A person in Mobile has brought per
Iuit for damages against a shoemaker, mo
for failing to comply with a promise to pie
have a pair of boots made at a speci- Cri
fled time. The Mobilians are great up- -
on litigation. Ih
i..The largest cirtculation of any one ref
bank in the United States is that of the ne
Citizena' Bank, New Orleans, viz : $5, is
Tax CAtucr R or Louis NAPOLEON -
] The Eurupean correspondent of the Al
Lbauy (N. Y.) Argus and Atlas draws
the following portraiture of Louis Na
. But what a volume in the world's his
- tory will the life of the great Napole,1n
. I111. make when written. As a politician,
jurist, financier, diplomat and warrior,
- ih, has never been excelled, if equalled.
I.- His achievements in so short a period
.. partake of the marvelous, and when his
r- private as well as his public historv
.i hall ,e written the world will stanil
.k awe-struck with admliration of his
.i greatiess and at his genius. Will you
. a Inr, me if I glance at a few of the
title lages in his history : Au exile in
1Eiiln,1; an insurgent adveitiurur at
S('nerioultr; again at Strasburg; a pris
ontter stlueIt at Mlau, storing his wind
Sf,,r his .great destiny: an escaped con
vi't, so'king refu.,, in America; again
anl exile in England: .i,uib.d Iythe n,.
Ibility; t ,I t,'ut l Iby tihet C'urt; yet undl er
eacth ahnd uill these adverse and trying I
1 circu.stauces, with an eve ingl.' t t:, the
f IImperial purple of France, and a faith i
unheard of, in the belief that he was to I
seek -ut fir her a glurius ,lestinv.
Stralnge infatuaation: to an. l~It Ilri .If
a sillydream; but within that -,,,l, far- I
sein.- brain wa. faith-faith that woul f
i'I'nove lmountailns, ad Ihas ri'mllvtedl
tjh'nu . The revolttti,: the tlig.ht of
SILui, 'hiliple: the ItlbUtii:: his rti ., n
t 1I r . , :a I ,x. ul.iin ly the -"',mtit- 1
S ..: i·, - ,' ii,' as a ,,nfl .r ,t t,,e c/i, t
I.'.is 11t:f; his canv\a.s for tt'. I 'rc"iic,.- i
his: hins 1c, tiulº; the ,sUp ide' ,; tii Ell- k
i..'; t ih c.n ,unlpt If th,. English pit 'ple ' v
rlI thei!r no,. ,.--'",,,l" , dte rl, i i,,t., ti
atm ,i.*I r at'i t h'unk:,rl."
T 'ie r" u a ,.'' l if ln-i' i t i nakt wl,:I1.. ",, I,
ti l. lP-.rso :,i iii th, :i ,perial _ir.l.;. hi1,, p.
il, hetin aun ',u .1In;_ ti the wrid ti,:t he I
was ' r'rau l.Ilper,.:that h*r,'a 'nm lr,,11 II
S 'i. : " 'i. ad would h y.v.e Fra . ,. fi , i I,
o,, ' , r·nv h vi.- t t, En-ola:,,; t h: e 11
i , i . l t,' "1%, abusI, t hilt u: 1.;.. ;iaui's p, i
S. , i.s him; ti.e Queen reit :-i hi-s 1o
1'irt tI:; l irlh f the Prince lip r-:l: in
nI te wr .if the kcrimnia: tit superirity in
If his ainy over the Englih; te vi:to- wi.
i)es: ic .,; the a t e tic i of the lu-,- tr
-:an, E:.iprt r at 't g;trI : ',r ie, .c - io
a.-. , ;dI.*an :,ii : the w a: .tl t ; h. n,
Sti i'Cd in person::I: raplii of 1.
hies m vtements, rivaling tlhe i. I., lpe- wi
rr: Ii ',. 'ace, coin'lu.ru ea hin-,it r c
1t ,n diilat:. n :. Italy in tpie Er
lire: the r,'dutin i f ttn lI pertia p- w
tr tL' the lopc; the annexation of .ayov trd
and Nice, securing to France these is
great passes toithe Alps; the cunnrer- Ra
.i:l t:raty with England; the war of is
iorocco; the war in China-these form spl
the outer acts. But turn your eye in- uvr
ward to France, and see at the same net
time her wealth increase; her commerce cot
fostered and extended; her manufacto- arn
ries all teeming with life; her ports en- to
larged, improved and fortified. Each sec
city growing in beauty; each church 'eat
ripaired; Paris transformed from agar- a
tahn to a:. E;1z:a, lth '" like of w hiii hais aw
never Lou sOeen since the fall of Baby- qut
lor. Tle ptor cared for, labor proui- art
d,,i, instruction given; asylums for the wit
wilow and orphan, the aged and infirmn; thu
hosplitals for the sick of all condition; gra
crime punished with an even-handed an
ustice, rich and poor alike; good deeds sw
rewarded. In all these, he, the great aw
head, ir the mover, director, and guard- tra
All goes to enrich France, not impov
perish her ,.many suppose-for the
money iseied(iled among her own peo- to
pie. For, even in the campaigns of the and
Crimea and in Italy, the army carried its con
,upplies from France. But I must stop. the
have given you the title-page and leave
t for you to write the history. These
eflections were forced on me in wit- cont
,essing the great changes which Italy the
s now undergoing, and will undergo dets
rnder thi. magician's hand.. tion
MR. Aataos JosNi' OrPIION AnBOUT nTU
Al- lPias Ruio.- r. Aaron Jones, the sci
lws entiiic trainer of Heenan, says that if
Ja- that "world's champion" does not get
the belt, the prize ring might as well jo
is- broken up. He says •
m.n From the various newspaper accounts
a1, ,f the recent prize: fight between J. C.
or, llcenan and T. Sayers, I am so tho
ed. roughly convinced that Mr. Heenan won
id this fight that I now declare, in case the
his mioney and the belt are not honorably
ryv g iw:n up to that gentlemen, I shall for
ifi *v', o.,re all connection or participa
is ti,. if prize fighting as a useless and
ou I n.availing profession. I think thatMr.
!,,, llc.ren is fully entitled to the trophies
in "f tlhe Iate encounter, and if he does
at i, It g.:t them it is high time all respec
is- table Ine. who admire cultivated physi
u, cal adi I nuly sports to retire from all
i.' tllnectiou with the ring at once; and
in wt rh this view it would be, of course,
.... fruiti, ss for me to offer myself as a can
.r di'late for listic honors, as, from the re
g pl'rts we have received, England's glory
, :l pi lide in the emblem "Fair Play" I
h his, since I left her shores, fully de-I
If TrE LovioG KisOS.Es OF GoD.-The
r- Il vi"n kiiduess of (; ,d ! what a beauti
I ful exlresusi. ! How rich and conso
i linii' l1,: th,.,ught cntained in it ! It isI f
f r,,t mr,: ,,,,i will, nor mere conpla- 11
-, r i,.nl-:hip, or the niere neighbor- t
- lv kit l.*ss of human beings, although C
St;..-." are ft high and pre';,,us account; tI
it is the Ig:, ,1 will, the friendship, the b
- kiininss of love-,f the lve of God, o
e v h, i love himself. We know some- a
. ti of the lving kindness of father ci
and unther. We have been gently b
,.towh,' and nursed by this kindness; or,
Spr iut. ourselves, ee know full well
hti,, ti:,,l,.inz of-.parental affcction.- 1
I" 1,., e rnist, s-dl--acrificing is human I
I , i . i tn oay ioler relations. We st
t-, i: it f, ventlv and without fear. -
i4 ' ! f there % cr,. no human love in
+whic, we, c,,uld trus.t, what a desolate of
pla,'e would this world be ? But the
loving kin!l!a,.s of God, of that great
inc m:,riehensible Being who fills the
unhiverse with his presence, and before sb.
wi ..e majesty the pillars of Heaven
trenmbll.-wat a loving kindness that
im:us: to ! the kindness of infinite love
.,ledled with iulinite power ! There is
i ,thing th;at love can conceive of, or I
wish t, do f,,r its obhi.ct, but is contain- w
,',1 here, and rendered not aplypos.b b , *
cbut at, ..u.ltQVy certain. t.
.\ SprI.Et.: Sloar.-The Illinois Con
trli Rlailroadi, at a town called Mattoon, we
is crossed by the Terre Haute and Alton "*
-Railroad. Every day, at about S P. M., C
is seen at this point one of the most oV
splendid effects of the triumph of mind p,
over space and matter that can be wit- a.
nessed anywhere. Is that of fourtrains a&
coming from four different directions,
arriving at this point at the same time 'a"
to a second every day. They can be o
seen as the approach for ten miles in
each direction, the prairies there.being c..,
a smooth, broad expanse, stretching peni
awy to tlhe horizon without any me- sas
qualities to oEst'uct the sight. As they F'
arrive they approach their cow-catchers 4
within twelve feet of each other, as
thioiugh exchanging salutations, when,
gracefully backing, as though bowing
an adieu, two of the trains go on the Ior
switches, while the other two scream
away over the iron-bound prairie. The
trains then let go on the main tracks I
again, and they are off and away.
L..The bark of a willow tree, burnt ...u
to ashes, mixed with strong vinegar, "*"s
and applied to the parts, will remove all a
corns or excrescences on any part of bu"
U.Can any one meet with a more *
contemptible creature in daily life than
the individual who constantly strives to
detect a double entsdre in convers -
tion? ; ICE
Tr W Wasurueow rurrtas Or E 1
t- TmIsu.-la Col. Claiborne's receg*
lished Life and Times of Gen. $aay
we find the following remarkas -
get social condition of provincial edit,,
Ij .e the South and those of the Fde
tropolis forty years ago :
into The printers at Washington allui,
F. C. princely style; spacious dwellianp.,
tho- tures, statuary, Parisian furn,
won sumptuous tables, choice wines 1 .I4
the ing in the metropolis astonished at
Ably much. A printer in the South un
for- lives in a little box of a house
ipa- enough for furniture; his pictures.
and statues are his wife and children; hibg
Mr. fice is a mere shanty, stuck full of A
aies and paste and all sorts of trape~
oes works in his coat-sleeves, with the
>c. sistance, sometimes, of a little, rs
ysi- turbulent, dare-devil of a boy; he t
all night and day, often never paid andi
snd starved, making great men of as
se, subjects, and often receiving for it ab
an- and ingratitude, the most generousn
re- lows in the world-ready to give A
>ry half they have, though they seidoma
y- much to give. In Washington A
de. drink Port, Madeira and old rye; v:
us they seldom get higher than roQ-g..
he REMrAasRL. CrI:L oF LocaJAw...
ti- New York Observer says:
4o. A young lady ran a rusty nail intohe
is foot recently. The injury producpi
la- lockjaw of such a malignant characte
,r. that her physician pronounced hew a
,hil covery hopeless. An old Nurse the
it; took her in hand, and applied pound,
he beet roots to her foot, removing them a
d, often as they became dry. The resmk
.e- was a most complete and astonishing
er cure. Such a simple remedy should t
lv borne in mind.
11 1'?"I feel'" said an old lady, "that
- I've got about through with this worg
u I shan't enjoy mlch more trouble, nu
e suffer much more comfort."
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