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GEORGE WEAVER, -EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
H Wright, V riute.,;
THmdg Bniiabig-JThtr8' Flour--
I Mi -Strset-South Sida.
Terms $l,7a por annum .in adyanco,:
Thursday Evening, July 30, 1889
caft giJosai;wlthe-ut actual measurement, a-bout'tWo-thiTda
of the polttleai niattWin the
two Lcofoco papers of this city ', is made up
of falsehoods and misrepresentations in regard-to
the position Gen'. ScoU' occupies! tp
wards ur, naturalized , citizens .and a at.
utilization- lews. The object of this ig a p.
parent. The Irish and German vote forms a
. e vei'y important jiaft'in our elbc'tTotisvandtf
this -cjuss of voters Is gained by s,uch means as
these, it-counts so, much towards, electing
tierce and cstaolishing Brllitdi frec-trnde In
this country -sp much against arijf intern al
improvements an4 a great deal towards nul
lifying the effect of our ludc-peiideucos by.
making this country, in the language of the
London TTimes, a PRACTICAL -ALLY of
the' commercial policy ofGreat'Britain.--These
latter issues- ure unpopular, with, all
true-Americans, whether native or natural-'
ire'd, and the leaders of the British froe-trade
party only 'expect to carry" their point by!
misrepresenting the candidate of ihe Ameri
can v party -and bringing ou opposition to
Bear against him having Its origin In preju.
dice, and faleeho'odB. We cannot think or
a moment that they will bo to any extent
successful. .' -"-""' ''' , ' '". '"'.
The truth of It is, as the Tribune remarks,
Gen,. Scott never was a native r. ehdidate;
never gave a native vote. But he did fori
merly believe, In view of the gross abuses of
our .naturalization laws and the violence at
the polls ja which immigrant? from' Europe
were conspicuous, that the privileges of N at
urallaation might to be materially restricted
if hot wholly withheld In fulure.'v There is
no concealment, on, this head, no mystery a
bout it- Gen. Scott himself, says,. In 'the
only letter he ever wrote for publication in
. his own nam? on this subject, that he form
erly so believed and professed; but 'that ex
porieacc and n. flection have convinced him
of bat error. This error be freely admits,
and wy expressly, in hi- letter- accepting
lh Whig' nomination, that he would make
fiaati.'.in '.v.r Saturaliitttoli Lawe, ex-
ei-rt to tuAt iln'ir. mi-re liberal iu Ujysc.. ijn
iiii;-t i t. iojBvejH;ril?4 tbvir lives in tlio
luiLf-rj tv TdiM.rOi, our ccunu). ,"
1101 aa alit'who disbelieves Gen. Scptt
oii'tii'fu.iitf 'there w- not a aian who c;
tt ti Up lioaeetiy sppn hends that the priv-;
i'.r 'oi 'Naturalization. will be diinin)ic..
Oa the rwirtrarjvithould any ;hango be made
un'Sf Ou. Seott's rreideary, it ill pro
vide for the more prompt end easy Naturulr-.
zatioa of those' iinmigrants'. who shall have
ssrved our country in the field of battlo.
And this, which is sneered at by some op;
pqnents as unconstitution al, is no such thing.
Tfce CoBsHtttti'on prescribes that our Natu
ralization Laws shall bo uniform. Docs
that forbid the .change- proposed by General
Siiottr- If it did; " would it equally (orbid
the prtwi 'law, ' wlilcli iiHows "ImmigraBtt.
who come We under eighteen to be natur
. alized' wilhoiathu.Uvo yearb' iiStfce of 1u
tuntiott,'wii;h itexttels of all other.,; If this
is not an "Infraction or the cinistilt'tioiiai re.
quin meutr'neitlR'r w the chenp.' pfopesed
by ;0,.a. Scott? " Whulthe' Constlfutioi in-.
Kists'on is yqual opportunities anil conditloiis,
und this i' contravened., by. oithe.rt. tbe.
rules under fconsideration. An act enfran
chising one man berau.se he had fought fbt
the country woUd be"' invalid;; biit an act
proffering Naturalization to all men who
. shall hereafter serve her in the tented ficUi
would be clearly valid. . : ,,
- Butmiruth this whole subject of Natural
ization Laws' is dragged into the canvass by
. Gen. Scott's adversaries to arouse prejudice
and distract attenjbn from .'the real iseucs of
the canvass. Here are General Scott and
Gen Pierce, riyal candidates for President
which Bhall be chosen! Which of them
has more ably and usefully served theCoun
try! Which has evinced the greater-cupac-ity'
for . futuro service! Which advoeates;
the principles and measures more conducive
to the Nation's enduring welfare and pros
perity! These are the question on the re
plica to which .the- election-must or should
turn.1" And when the partisans of either
candidate .endeavor to ovoid them a nd hinge'
the .result 00 nomething totally. .irrelevant
. and immaterial-r-on an opinion one.' enter
tained bv Gen. Scott which belong since
publicly' recanted they insult the public
intelligence and scea 10 w in a iriuinjm uy
triCK and misrepresentation '! ' '' ' '1
NEBBA8KA.-The territory of Nebraska
: will sjort become a point of interost td the
emi'gi'ants.. ' The construction of the' Pacific
9 nilrrtiid west from St. Louis .will turn' i!ie
tide in the direction of the new territory. I
Oae terminus of the road win oe on mo uor
ders of Nebraska and when the road is bni.t
as it will be, the St.. Louts News .says, Ne
braska will fill up withi people , juwro rap
idly than has any provious Swte n the con;-
federaey, save California, The first- Btep to
' a settlement has been taken and there will
be no pause henceforth. . Many thousands:
who would otherwise have gone to the wes
tern alopeof. the Jtocky Jlountans, will now
choose rathor to identify themselves wi the
new territory and State of. Nebraska. .. . The
climi of the territory arc good, and
. already the removal of the Indiaua is being
tvTiu iir Tunii Ewiae came in. en
the ear this morning from Columbus, and
left an the Steamer Globe for the Niagara
r.....f;nn. .. Thousands will rejoice to see
this faveriteaoa of Ohio.and to "'
voice in behalf of Bcottana uraus---
; WT WM tMOtJOKT 6rGBHfltVL ScbTt
181; we-tbpy thtffoltowing handsome trib
'uW' to General cottv from' wljih."trrt idi
may lofornid of thfr- etiiutioh"ln' which
the bey Gensral was then hold by hisooaiu
trymcn. -vM-.l r,..;, !,.,r, n :l . .,:
. "GMjorals Brown aad Scot(ardding well.
Tli former it is tlioUKht may have resumed
his command about, the. a.ith. of .August.
Scott suffered much and was' still confined
to hie bed on the 13th: however, there wai
every prospect of a speedy recovery aa Could
bo expected. .Tliis raliant Soldier, wbo has
nut ye.t attained hi thirtieth yeas js anatiwe
pftliis .coun-ty (Dipwiddle.) In. this State
he received his education and Its last polish
at the College of Willintn ;nd Mary. With
skill, diligence,' perseverance and 'unrivaled
eloquence, he practiced .-the law fox a, ?hort
time .in the adjacent counties, . But his great ,
soul aspired to 'deeds of arms.'' He entered
the Service of hfs coiintry in 1808, vvfth the
commission of Captain "of 'Llgnt' Artillery,
and in a short time joined the Southern army,
under General Wilkinson..... His arrest, the.
churgea .against him, . and, his unparalleled (
defense on that occasion,' have long since1
been before the public: ' This noble defence
convinced the Cabinet at Washington and
the .wvid at large, that he was the. scholar,
the politician and the soldier. , Since then
no njan has ascended thetniliary ladder with
more resplendent rapidity than has Wind-1
field Srott ta& more rounin, and he will 1
have topped the climax of Military honor.
OCTThe. British press Is interested ia the.,
result of the pending presidential, election
In this country only 69 far as it my, affect
the present policy of admitting British goods
at buch.a rute of duty as shall rcndcrAiueri
eau competition impossible. A lata number
of the Manchester Examiner pays;
The-electioa of General Piebce will a
any. rate prove tht tho. Pemocratic majority..
whatever .may ce tneir otnerctinerences, are
unanimous in their testimony on behalf of a
liberal commercial policy,' and nny Govern
ment ae may form will . be one .on. which.
M U cintn try mayrtly for .ej'ixtuiil cooper at ion i n
redueing, . wherever practicable, existing
impediments, to'lnternationr.l ' intercourse."
No WolJDr.al Th' Now York,. Evening
Posthinks it passing strange tha.tiiono of tiio
liviBg generals -support U ir 'reat 1 unii
mander'!-in his presidetitialaspiratiuns.. :t
.''The Trilwi ou the uthcr hand, thiukrt.it
would be a great oddity . if they dii';
considering that ''to give Locofocoism a
ehonce at laurels, a sift of Lo'cofoeo lawyers,
Pillow, Quitman, Butler, Lane, Shields, Ca
leb Cushing, Frank'. Piorce, itc, were ap
pointed, over the lieads of veteran officers,
and sent tp.glean the harvest-field of Scott."
Considering who the "living generals"' are,
their opposition' is quite as complimentary ait
their approval would be... ' - ,. ..
Cash "Realy.; The Jjundon Times s'ays
that Gen. Pierce will, ii elected, be a valti
'.'hie practical ally to tho couunercial policy'
of Jlanrhesttr and liirmlnghani. 1 hat is a
b'otd ' hint thAf British' munr-y :onght to be
i-xpenditdircxiy-at tliis election, in order to
insure from the Unit nd States "uatior.ul
taRctton unii inviuiauie cstaoiismnent 01 tin
1ririciplcB oi'fi'ee trade."' Sogentlemcn 'on
the olhereid.!! John Bull in ready to put up'
the cash to help. out the ohunces of General
Pierce- He will atund a lat assessment Wu?
the expenses of the canvass. The mill-own
ers and iron-monm-re of Britain liaVe a des
perate stake in the issue, and long more earnestly-to
beat Scott than they did General
Riall on the eve of that hemic fight at, Lun-
dy's Lane. Let them have a ehunee, then,
to prove their interest by material aid toward
electioneering' for the British candidate.
X.Y. Tribune. " 1
Cocbtisg lit Sttle. "Git cout.you nas-
ty puppy, let me alone or I'll tell your ma!"
cried out 'galley- to her lover Jake- ,
who sat abiiutteu feet from her pulling dirt
from the chimney jam. .. : - - .
vi l arn't tecliin' on you, 4Sal," responded
Well, perhaps you doh't mean to nuther
No l 'don't." 1 " : ' : :
-Cause you'nvtoo tamal scary, you long
legged, lantern-jawed, slab-sided,, pi-ic- ii
toed, gangle-kheed owl you you hain't gilt
a tarnel bit o'sencc; get along home with
you.- :' ' ' - - - - -'
'.Now, Sal, i, love yout anu you can i nt-ip
it, and if you don't let me 6tay and court you,
iny daddy will sue your'n for that cow he.
sold him t'other day. . By jingo, he said he'd
doit." '- - '-
"Well, look here Jake-if ; you want to
court me, you'd better do it as a white man,
does that thing not set offthare as if you
thort I Was pizon."' ' "'
"How on airthis'that Sal!" ; ' '' ; - -Why.
side riffht up here, and huff and kisa
me. as if you really , had somo, of.- the bone.
and ainnvr. of a. roan about, you. Do, yon
spose a woman's only. 'hia.de to' look iif,' you
lool'yhu!" '. No; there're made for practical
results as Kossuth buys to hug and kisa,
and such like.'.' - i .'! ,' ; r. i i .
"Well," aaid Jake, drawing a long breath,
"Ifl must I must, for I love you S.il"-and
so Jake' cohimenscd Bidling up to her like 'a
manic tinker troiher to-' battle. '"-Layinir his
arm gently upon' Sal's' shoulder, we heard
Slnl u,v . .
'That's the way to ao, it, old hoss that
ia acting like a white mah prter."
Oh. Jerusalem and 'pancakes!" exclaimed
Jake, ifthia ain't better than any applesasa
ever marm made, a darned siffht.-t-rack-e-e
buck-wheat cakes, slap-jncks, an 'lasses aint
nb whir 'long side of yon, bal!-o:i, how I
love you!" Here their lips came togotner
and the reportthat followed was like pull
iug a horse's hoofs out of the mire. ' --
(Salt m Iowa.- We learn .from, the
Dubuque (lown). Tribune, that pociniens of
bbuutifu'llv crystaliaed salt, were ' Tecently-
discovered about two miles southwest of that
town ly Borne men. -In-grading-the roudr
track, "titer earth :was removed .from some
rocks, in a crevice of which the rsalt. depos-.
ite was found. A piece weighing upwards of
100 lbs. .waa.takon ovU''-toV. ;S , ."
OsE Ttt-'SooTi's Old SoLDiEKS.-i-A gen
tleman who belonged to General then Captain-Scott's
company in I808r?wa -In onr"
oHieitn yesterday. r-' He'Woht with Scott to
Lomniana, and deiiies inost peremptorily;
thatany of his pay a-as kept behi -He ia a'
pood Democrat, but says- he .Will vote 'fdr
Gen, Scott "a sure as ha liverto see tlio -.,
Jeotton ddy. Petershtrgh InteUufrnceti
" -. c "--')! ".'i r it ' ;fl .!
-Some Mem devote themselves, so jexclu
aiv.ely to-their business, a to almost entirely
neglect their, domestic and .social relatione, ,
A gentleman of this class having failed, was
asked what be iutended to. do,.Jam1going
home" aaid he, "to get acquainted, witl my .
wife and ohildraa." . . - - v i
tiufi Wail ' ,
Tbi srtd.Hi-wii f poat'upirMakcaiisiVoai fc'Ai
, ., . ., .
lovei) the whiil.-.
Diorn iiyiiii our S(,int
: 1U1U, liis trumpet tonos
sballriRia" " '.
No inor.i hll li.'rlj tUU.n,i)', lii.ir griteful
f rin brinij; '
ipply J wa- i
SuppLTor Wateb vlir Cities..
th .nuMt ..m w..i, . ...,.i ..f ..."
tA.firt. th fw.i.. r .....i :...'..i.
vci Hum ic i.rutuu uiw was luuno luuuer
miate to met the wants of the.citv of . New
; "U"A": T.i 7 . antidn's . thrf -Biighty "T ;'t-.,"paraij(imot.-.fliji lotiow,n harbors: CUnuto. htrtx-' , v ' .'.'. -rr it. o j 77, i
ThM J ii-" 2rd! V"',,' " Vr"":iV trlt the music of . evra. MicblgaoCiW. Indiana, f 2'j u ea h ia. ,'h?-r" lUt WlS! ' AlKiffivni-t, 'd--1 aK Pltc Works, !, '
, a$Z:?v: 'V" fr -Tl n''V!'r ProcM y U. ' prov-ieat.. narbor of 8t. J.JaVph, aiAlraT. f"1 - oftbc nnxUln Xtw ' P TUf f " .' Baardsley. of
Tiro., luoururulkeur ciiimon Ip,., InyoVe cuV ' Porm were re e.it1 is principal We $lo,00i. Black Lake harbor ZtfiiMt, Pr,ser-, Haiap-LW. Tfctre is ni oV w L'skI as I.. IrlwT'1 mm "(iheHoati ut Pub
Ui,3rXLb8'' u l '. baltfal.tatoral atpl.itbeatrv-ara.ad tati., haraorat tb bmuUi of Grand R vgr. whuuiil n 1 , 1 ' ' , ? 1, W"k.aa deserved aa it was wise. Mr.
Vw2Lheh v?." i whhwatemir twelve thousand perso.a, Micl.iRan, fcJ.OM: At.t,e wh"vuiZu u I '.' -U'J ? B---rM;y has been lonj tried ...canal offi-
r fifty )rW all tW Wai'ld. hi sS'"'iy Pe W!-8i lrvvr AMiIirao. 5.0UO; iuipr.eaient uav-. , H'1" J" ,iffl ,h" u,"h- The ,.r'V errJfJ,m' foI'r P the Jefferao-
1 r.ioji ifia .prwU; . ' ' . (Another platrorm at a short distance barf! cation St. Clair flaU, -connecting uvm and iof mpsh irej I t A ' Ic;r,c ni j -ry ,, "Un,tar,0iPbl.bB8t and faithfoL
' teS? ,hrf,,,:'bw'Wtt- 'hrdeol-TouT thousand." Kach audience was fower lakes, fcao.000; improvement' if Rai- prer ..IL-anJjW ia.Jai.ae, : j .fcava.' a c'.ITr tba
HUhMUbeo h' il'!-t h.rbor, MiChi,an, Steaa.bridje atrong in.lu. noo with th-m. U h, did he Sdttore 'Swa. established
.ourfSwt . . , , H ' : ry, audi forme a beuatifuL spuctaulo, wbiUt Like, MiCifan, 620,000: harbor Batidutfcv - Z j-' y , ifi J ., ""."'V" 10 tw-nty years disihargod
Alf parir fchemea ha .pumid ia Mm I chear. .M.COoaU.r cbe.Ta . dc the- scene H 15,000; karbor noatU i)"k t k." e"Wfsu lnne and why tbadutl. r Collator ,f Wuibat tmpor-
ile Wuh hVed''rt feHK! t!uV'?';- ,0 11,0 Er'w' -0; harbor Cl,veland, Ohiu, W7 repc-al.the test!-' " " ' -. work doneetlng
. , "" t,'lM large' platform U;.n, Thomas ''Ewlnjj was 830,000; harbor Fairraouth. Ohio, 810.000 But further string Whig towns cave ia'. J? ' U,n iBnt and ioteg.
NotNonhor Soul ..nor Et or Wc' "could ' ih.iri resl.l!enJ: "ie-Viee Prerfideht from fa;:h I harbor Ashtabula, Ohio, blU.WJi. harbor joritie. ar rirWaUatrofcir LocofeeL toxn. 1, lerk.of allmen, whether
... M"''ty.u. .- :,: . t:. . titate.Mr. Kwin2reccivcd much applause. iEria, Peausy!vnia. 6a OOoTuill o sscd J. . - 1 L ! V . ? of out ofoftio.al swt.on, connected with
, ultall llul.f I.U ft' .!..,;, va: u'ilk t4'.w....lhl- !
lurllve ind hire." j... . . . . . . -I DP"ocnea ai tie small piattorm bjr Horace
ruestruixliex uatia plwl. 'lor i- uto la Groely, Robert Wiothrap and Gcnaral Jos-
lilMiinsu.-; , ' -. ; ; ' ' sup, of I'e.nnsylvania,. One or two slight
1 his bruht oxinipie live, to euUurftituis In 1 . .,,"?..
.!.... i..,iuii,.,.! u,; v.ii .i rii. .-f ..THiesaee and ChriKton icr Morgan, of Nw
n j - t
Th consumption for lwt-ntv.fuur11,r'"rwu",nS,n lne morBln5' ""want of
tedto 30,000,000 of ualli.Bs.or
seventy eallons to everv inhabitant. .howinir
iiuu.n Kiiiuuiiiru iu OJUUU,UUU UI ulltlllB.-Or
S. n ImrhAnan aarm.iana nl' ' A a . IT. ...a,... !
.n inrnion. .m..Hn i . a. . n.w.,... !
on the 4th instnl,theconuniltioi ol Cochit-
inerin London, was transjuirted to.Kyditey
for a.tcro) of years. . Since the 'discovery 'of
the Bathurst plains, the, fcmale'convict has
written to her former mistress, that the, col
ony was.. a , gooij place; tliut. as she " now
kept her carriage, she was happy to return
the amouut whii li she had stolen with inter
est;; that she earnestly recommended hef to
come out and setup shop; and that, in that
case, she should lie '.happy' -16- extend her
patronage to a .lady -for; whom ho.. had so
greatuu esteem. , ,, . .. ... .
' Tint Rlettsro TRacedt. John . Wil
Hums, one of tlie slaves arrested at Rich
mond, .Virginia, for,. kiU'wig the Winston
family, has implicated his 'wife, June Wil
liams, as the guilty party. ' lie says she had
threatened to murder them because they in
tended to send her to tho country, and that
he remonstrated with her. ' He also alleges,
says the Despatch,' that severul nights since
he was awakened by the noise which his
wife made in stumbling around the room, find
upon askiifg her What she was doin?, she re
plied, "I am looking for tho hatchet."''- It Is
believed, however, that he U just as 'juilty i.i
bis wife, ' ' - ' " ' ' ' ' '
07" A suit was lately brought against the
Exchange Bank of Pittsburgh, for five
dollurs -assumed value, of a noty of, Inst
denomination, whieh he bank refu.-u-il to re
deem, on the ground that the note- ln-rii
i-.ut short in order to make another bill. The
Cashier appeared in court, and showed how'
a fifth note could be made out of four, 1-y
properly cutting them, and that the note, iu
court was the result of such cutting and pie-,
.cing. .The court awarded the' plaintiff four
dollars the same amount as. the bank hud
formerly tendered as the note-waa only
four-fifths of a genuine bill.- . ', .
Beef, and Politics. We learn from the
Louisville Courier that a well known butch
er of that city, the other morning, bought a
couple of- fine beeves wci;hintr 1531 pounds
net, at 5f cents per pound.. This, in the ag
gregate, amounted to $88,04. . Soon after
humude the purchase a couple of Democrats,
in a- spirit uf hunter, oliered to give him IS
cts. per pound for the eattle, payable on the
election of General Scott to the Presidency. 1
He atonce took the bet, transferred the cat-
tie, and reoe.ived their notes as per contract
..'A 'Siiakp Fikancjal OrtiiATios. We
l'-tirr, froni reliable, authority, suys . the Cih
tiimuii Gaxelte, tht i ood ;. funds, gold and
Oliiv JsMte Baitk'tiLUStvero paid into the
t-t.ii.!- Tfti&eurv Srt-t.-i U' lOimty of flieoina
and i!i-y-eiievi.-d.ike.i'u?i!a back fof school
i)utl'bio. iXv.; ict uuteya.oi ine- naro" or
Uliu Su;.i! B;:uk.b.lU,.ili'; di.sl.ursemenU from
th Locoioi-o e.euitlv tr'e.i -urv are made in
the vok 'of tlk ..V&jrt S- ty-Fund Hani !
rn tty ...but'.ine-rs Uiis U r (.iiti-ua.nK hard mon
ev men. ItayUm IjiizcCk,
Vahjai3liJ Rllics. Wo' saw yesterday
iu the possossioii of Dr.- Tom. O. Edwards, a
bcautilully wrought silver box which was
presented by Miirio Antoinette to Dr.Frank
lin, in Paris, and which has passed from the
relations of Dr.- Franklin to the -ownership
of Dr. E.- In this box wore- locks of hair oi
Gen'. Washington and relics from the. tomb
of Fafayette; ' So valuable a relic is rarely
seen. Cm. 8ms " ,""
' :-t-i l ' ii,,..' . i ; i : I
Tt-MrEBATUUE of piz Bottom of the Sea.
below the G ulf Stbeam. Lieutenant John
Roffers, in command of the coiist survey hy
droirraphio' party i off the Florida roefs, states
that in running soundings off the vicinity of
Soldier Kev. south of Caiio f loncla. to the
-depth ofouo hundred njid i sixteen, fathoms,
specimens of the bottom brought up retained
a temperature ol a8 decrees, the surface wa
ter being 78 degrees, and the uir 81 degrees.
Antidote roB Sthtciijiine. A' writbriri
the Texas Ranger' gives an' accouitt'df the
successful treatment of somei-negroeBiAvho
had been, poisoned with strychnine prepared
lor woU's bait. atelteii nog s .iaru was au
minuitered fb.theui freely iifter they had siifT
ered in great ugony for several hours.' and
immediate relief was the ConacqUehce.- '.,
A Wokthless Milliosaire. Qno' of
these devot 'os to Mahimdh once received a
lesson from' aft-' humble folldwpr','wbo did not
seem to pay liim, the, possessor of the purse,
suflieient .honiage, ana; 9oad,"Do yoititn.ow,
sir, that I . am' wprth a .hundred . thousand
pounds!" ''Yes, said' the irritated, but' hot
broken-spirited,' respondent,""! ;-dbi" and I
know that it ia all' you art wortk. !.-. !-?u;f-
' fjThe Coioniz'affoii Journal contains a
list of 335 pr.ons, who have been cmnnci
patedand cm rated to Liberia since'' Febru
ary, 1851. '. Tt number of, owner, who,;o-
mancipated these slaves is about forty, .of;
. L . r I . .. . . ' . 'A
wuoyi lournro Ktcigjuit.. , k . . t)
CaUTA to PiEBCB-?The most corwpic.
uooa effort to manufacture capital for tho. ad
vancement pf Mr. Pierce has just been made
by tha; Baltimore' Sun. "It dectarea " with
great gravity and oonsidcrablo vehemence
that aa individual who wae wounded, attun
dy'a Lane, "iriarried JVrw' filter,", . .. ;i
water amounted to ;11.24S.OOO "ullona. " 'a""'.a.Vu'.'a"u I""!'"" "i-''r grieTanoes ueiore tue t renco L-on- L'aiiwt theu- nteresta. " Wens th t...m ;n
''millioBaef ealloiiaa. day: ha always. ' election wHl bo the end of every sec sul. ... , . , . ., pB : , . .
regarded as an ainple sunply of water 11 " ""n-Tkioical Lvest. The American ship ' " . . '-, ;
r .. i-.... .. lumeroi!S niekrtockets arrested.- . Kcb't Boene. Cunt. Rrvi.n. hm-nH fr..ru. A. ' To r. r' ,,,. .
uuhihi VI u iiiuillIIUI u-.-tsu.Ii3. ! . . , ' ... ' r .--.w .. - , Ot ..Utf ( llfl W.'. LSXIOS . 1 lltf - V u
asge toil PoBTWJ.Stm yearaago, a j from the South and West. .: Great military ! tor a few days out, t iok the vessel, mur-red '"-n nte.iigeiiser,icarnj on tie; bet an
nt girl, who robbed lurmiKtriss.u oiilrl display!-reviewed hv Gov. Hunt a siilendid i the CiuUiu. officers and D rt ul tKe cr ! thsritr, Mat this Government was LotiEed
I r - - - - - - lrrj
" .1-fijSttr :ottvmtoa- ', . t
f' Nribiai Fall; July 27--p. m& pre-f
1. . .1 . kir 1.... 1 . ...
i-resiueuc tudressed the m-etiii' tn an uru
mentatiye, tble speech. .Gov. Huut Henry
Wintery'Dlvis ' of Marj'lind, ' af.d Colonel
aetiouier, - ot Massachutts, - follow!.
, v-. . ... 1 1. 1 u j a t r i v . iiiir ili-v. i r. idit. I lirt ir.-. in- n u " r. . w. ... ,i , vmv .111 1 an urn
York,arrived, With other distinguished men.kou to drive foreigners from mines. Newa
muJ l'0uts and eheers.of.doaU-ning eqthu. from the interior .cauty, -A lump of pure
Xoiiloaiy great, preparations are. go- gold weighiogao pounds, was dug on Uba
iaaui.,iiueuiy grew preparations ura vq.
in2 on for the review, to-morrow, Wednes-
i . . ; ' i
'V.' 38th- A ?Wat. ta? 10 Bu?r1 -
cn dations,-, ,!..
. a r- ?-? Wimciiap. .crowaassemiilcU in
grove..- Uv. Jones is apt-aKinsatronslv
l'r S.';ottl and Pll;'S?'' himse flor Scott and
show forty thousand anectaters. Waiter
r onvurd and Jud(:e Johnson onived to-dav, i
Alter parade, they proeceedfeu to the grove,
where speeches were- made fcy Gov. June,
and others,' Great enthusiasm- aud harmo
ny. A number of pick-pockets here one
was caughttu-day with his bands in a loan's
pocket who stabbed him mortally. : .. ; , ,.
Judge Satiford,of the New York Superior
Court, died to-day at Toledo, of cholera- . .,
The meeting in the park wua larjfely at
tended. -' Speeches were mudo by Dauiulaof
Wis., J': H. Bradley of Ind., Jos. Blunt of N.
Y. Judge Johnson of Ohio, and other prom
inent men'. "' ' - " i.-t ;
Jl!isacre ot tUc U. fV X'roops.
New Ohleass, July 26. The Fort Smith
Herald of the 17th s'ays that- two -government
expresses has arrived from the plains,
who report the massacre-by the Camanches
in a light of several days, of -Capt. Tharry,
Sergeant Sherman. S. R. Snydam of Ni. Y.,
Cipt. Spraino of Fort Ouacbatta anil HO ol
ditrs In the .expedition to . the h"td of Red
River. - ' ; ' . 4 . - -
Tlir CamandiP? intend ale itoa'.tank Port
Arbu:kln Rtii the forts of the '. Tlrxzoi. A
gelicrtl Iiidiit Wtr ws.i annrthended. - :
.-' S i-.i aiufciou. . -- , '
R'.ST'fS," July 2:.; Th-- SchWner Plying
Cl-'-i.d r.-porti ihree' l 'Jiidred vetiiif-ls in t'.e
Gul: " ';' tt.: Lawri'iiO; ni'ai:krr I searct'.
Ilrig, H-IifrX in the' B-iyV ordered to sVize
vetaeia itching witimi .tp-vlino laia down uy
the ' British ;;iiveniment, -WhU'h cuts oft' ail
v-sseU fishing on ell ground except the
neighborhood of Jasper an.! M:i-'dalene Is
lands. A duty oi sixpence also laid on ves
sels' lor anchorage, by provinces never re
quired before; ' A schooner from the bay of
St. Lawrence reports that on thc23d a Brit
ish steuin tngdte was seen 'off Jasper,' with
two American fi.-.lu rmcn in" tow, ' Fourteen
British war vessels on the grounds- four
others fittius out ut St. Johns. ' ' - - -
Dates from the Cape of ' Good Hope of
June JOlli, spoau ol. outrages anil murders
no safety for life." An army of Cafl'res
2,000 strong, in the mountains, descend for
plunder. The Colonists were selling their
possessions' and emisrratin!? to Australia.
GCfi. Cathcart 'was about makings general
onslaught on the CafTre' stronghold. SI
CalTreii women, spies captured by English, i
' , - ' Fr. m H:ilnre.
- Baltimore, July 23. The colored conT
vention concluded its business to-day, 'and
adjourned sinedit. The platform of prirrci
pies ws amended, and adopted with great
unanimity. It takes decided ground in fa
vor of .emigration, and without recommend
itiL', is favorable to Liberia. " It also prond-
ses measures for the education and eleva
tion of colored people and the obtniiimetit
of proper information in relation. to Liberia,
West Indies and other points of emigration.
The convention adjourned to meet next
year. , ' '
f The burnt Wcaiacr Henry Clay...,,
Twenty-three bodies wore recovered last
night, fifteen of which were females... Boat
worth .$50,000, insured fur $5000; owned
by Win. Radford. Capt. Collier's testimony
before the Coroner's Jury renders it certain
that there was racing. , . . , (
,; '.! -; rrom Georrla. '!. '-.i
Macok. Ga., July fiil.-i-Tho ' Onlinel an
nouncea by authority that Senator Dawson
will support Gen. Scott. , , .. , .,,.
TbC Fisheries. ; ' ' '
B6Stox, jyly 30. Halilax' papers of tHe
27th announce that the sloop of war Bilr.Juril
sailed td join the Cumberland ofi'Xew- Fouud.
land., .Dates to. the 13th state;' that, great
satisfaction, w as felt at the , protoctiou given
by goyir'inent. . , British revenue fishing ves
selCharles, was at BuenaVista, and through
her vigilance not a siliglo fishing vessef ap.
peared in that quarter. The Halifax papers
are silent editorially, but Copy Webster's cir
cular.''' . '-'..- i-M "
.! .' hi; tr-'-T',,t' ' -'77"? '.' .-' i i' i -I..T
. i .. Frnt new, Tork. Kr ,; , ,
New Yonx, July 29.-Norfolk papers state
thatprders have been recqived at Gosport
Navy Yard to fit out frigates Columbia and.
Savannah Immediately for foreign- service.-' ;
Adespatbh just received states that 50'
more dead bodies ltave been - fotihd, making
in all hear 19 lives lost on the 11,'CJay.. "A'
getitl'emnTl' just caine down from thei' boat
saj-s'tTiefe ure now SO dead bodlps lying on
the shore;"'-' ;,; '"' -. "' '"' " ' ' ";.' '
New York, July 30. A meeting of the
paerfennera 'of the. stoambBafHonry Clay,
was -held this 'moaninev .A cohnoitUeeol iuil
vesti)htiou Was appointed, and- resolutions
passed strongly condewninsr the conduct of
the C)ltulii.'f tThu fhdt cfvtlie boats raetiiz
fully proves. . it ia aaid tha fur naces' were
filled. wtth: tar pitcha j.Iailao!tated thtt
the boat was on fire before starting.--.Ntf ad
ditional names of dead persons ascertained.
Tatal.i known to be lost 68, found and ra-
cognized 37, unknown 10,isejng 1, r,
i . Jei.ruo. vast nmnocra arrived lo-aav 1 mov to Caliloraia. with 4dO Cu.lu. u-k.. '.!..-. - . . . ... -. -
W4BJSCTu.1t July Iluiiitc tiinlr tin
mendiuantu 1 T
m iitir ana inrour itn and pasted KiC.'t-1,
iai auiuuiu wpiirvpruvo d-
.. '. 5
Ant jiig tlio iiio le.ere,
h..j . f H ' L. - . . ff .1
c -iftler ftom CnUfoyolO. ,
Itivur. ticu. W. ford, Ma., was i
near Uba City the 27th, . , ., . ,
fi Hl'ei',n,rp.noctic ticket sue-j
cessful. , The difficu tie at Maraposa be-'
tween the French aad Americans continue, i
Numbers of Frenchmen who had been
.1.: : 1 1 . .
uiiveu a..ajr,oiiyeuai sao rraiicisco, ana
Ciplaiu, otticers anj p.
The vessel was rettiki-n alter
a lar?e por-iu
tton of the.Coolies bad landed on the UUaJ '
,.0' I'. ........ ...I t I. 1 - .1. . . a
UU . uiuiuo.i nuu uruugm oae-m Au;y,
n,tL c .):..-. :m .... i i rrL - ... . .
W ILU 1W1VB OLIil Ull UlWlU.
cr Seuiiramis and h
left Aniuy .in search
but bad weather obii
to Hung tt.ong, the latter got into safe an-.
mo7C !'U -mfr,in,U.,.Cfl-,a f?.
On the first of May her Maje.ty's brig Con-
teat, from Shanghai, joined her Majesty's
Dr.gi.iiy, ana succeeaed in taking most ol
the Coolies, and brought them to Amcy.Tbc
ies, was cutting o!T their tails, and other 111
treatment; but there, were some desperate
characters, who shipped ou board, it is re
ported, wiUi a view of taking the vessel. "
Ai'rit'-i! oi'th? Et:ic:a.. ... .
. New Yobk, July So. The Europa ar
rived ut ball past one Willi -17 passengers.
During the wcik thf -demand for cotton
! has bi ju cxtreu.t-ly f;u;et ; but principal t'oi-
t- n . houses ia.to u- clia-joe iu. auctions,
i:: jj;:i, all .;o..au:s Uiy be qu 4cJ uue
iveut-'i urcl. Flocr CdatfJ lov, er;. wheat
iu.-ti.vr c..:.ea Id; botli t-rticlea duIL Corn,
.i.f: k-.-ees at iuotuti-,n; yellow a little on
iiaiiU. : lio. eii Is Uieuoer, and dull. Beef
ititi pork littltf djing owing to "absence; .fioi
Jiiootions over; 4SI alrsady elected only
1S7 i:,inist! riuls. Serious electiou riots at
il'ork, Line'rick, Belfast and elsewhere in
Ireland. -Tas mifiLia- called uutand, many
iliot: '-''' - ,: -': '- - - a -
The treaty omrhurce 'between Switi
erland and the United States complete. Dun
ley Mann, commissioner, lelt for home.
Letters '" from' Kossuth seized In Italy,
and sent to' the Austrian Governor at Lata
banly many arrcsis. - - "
'The' Indian' mail arrived. - The British
carried" the twn of Besscin by storm 800
Burmese' killed. Severe fisriiting iu North-1
west India between Sir Collin Campbell and
the revolted tribes. Terrible battle in Ca
bul between Yar Mahommed and Sirdars
Cendahar, each 10,000 strong. ' The battlo
lasted eight hours. Sirdars Candahar waa
defeated loss 2,000. . -.. -
London election returns to the latest mo
ment show a ministerial gain of 19, leavtug
still 96 against the government.
.The Liquor Llw is Massachusetts
The law airainst the sale of liquors in Mas
sachusetts eut into operation on Thursday
last. In Boston very little regard appears '
f. Iia nniil tn !t. nml thn nfnr.t.a u-her. it i
sold, it ia auid, arc as numerous as ever.
The committals at tho watch bouses on.i
Thursday' night, for drunkenness, were about
tlio average number.- One firm iu the city,
it is said, sold l.voO Utrrel.-t.ot rum wiutia a
week preceding Thursday, and another firm
sold fc3,00lt'Wortb. ofliqu.irson Wednesday,
more than the same concern had sold in oao
day - for forty years that it liaa been. in . the
trade' The Yarmouth -Register sayathc-re
has not been so lsrs,f a quantity of liquors iu
tnat town during the last ten years as there
is .nt this time. In Roxbury no agent to sell
for 'niedica and met haniesl purposes have
yet been appointed. L:qu'jr is sold there
freelv at all the usual places. In Charles-
town several dealers refusedto sell contrary
to law. Iii Walcrtown 'on Thursday, no
liquor was sold. - In Brighton, on the con
trary, the business was larger than nsual.
In Lowell all the' liquor shops were closed,
and there seemed to bo 'a determination to
enforce the law. Mr. A. A. Allen has been.
appoiuted liquor agent at, Springfield, with
a salary of (j-jOO.- ...
Liiuis N APOLEos 'Curious AnccJok. The
potitic'u'l leader in the July number of l.'ic.'.
wrxkl, written probably by ALisox.thc Histo
rian, represents in a most Btriking tight tho
danirt-r to which Enclandis exposed, of inva
sion sooner or- later from Frauce,., It relates
the. following curious, anecdote,, w hich yc j
have never before seen in print, and . which
st.rikii.gly illustrates a Very remarkable, fea- J
ture in the character of Louis Nafoleox: ..(
"Prince Louis Napoleox, like his uncle,
is very.supcrstitious, and always carries an
amulet, taken from tho tomb of Cu able
mag ne, on his person. .. Hois known to have,
said.in this country, long before , he, left it to
accept the Presidency of the French Repub
lic: "It may appear presumptuous in me to
wear that amulet, but I hav an -inborn con
viction in my mind that I am- one day to be
the ruler of France. " '.Wheri I am so, I shall
first extinguish the license ""of the Press in
Paris and then attack England. I shall do so
with .regret, for I have been kindly received
there,". and, it contains many, of my best
frietiils; but I must fulfill my mission, and car-
i . ... t I. ,1
ryout maviMcn i h now my. unaeiaa mosiai
ieart I owe (hal to his memory.' 'In pursu-
1 . uwr. lltt WJ ,i wi nri-7Kry. .u 'u, du-
. .. . .
aneeet these vwws. Be nMjusiaecreeo.oo
000 men to hia regular army.' r- A
CnoLEBA i'it CiRCLEViLLE. A despatch
from Circleville; Wednesday evening, states
that the Cholera had made its appearance
in that town, on yester ay morniogaad
that seven casesand.thrce, deaths, had . )0
tuhei. Ancient Metropolis. ,-vu ' V) I '
1S EW. Xo.. J.ly 3tf T eteamor Pro- , canu.U.vu.-d yagainatxepeaL- r,ferred to ai the "end of the law Th,
tlwmiit 'f SM : JU"' ' WitU 1Iw lhi,? " ": - " ! jexigc ncfes of our great Sute demand ti'
iiZs t -.n .'1j "m- ! Th troth' W, our neighbor pot bltnaelf into !criea of just anch citizen ks Mr. Bearda-
I The vessel was ri t-.ki-n alie
r Mi l.rlCT I il eui Jiuveu ufoueiviee,.u-ere insiruc"' :, , v.w.-,u u,i.Jt,cu, Buu
of those who- Ui.d.d.Jted anl commanded to avert all Interference rr ' T".'-".""
L'edthe f rfme t j return : with vesU of inendiv powers, excertwhtn' ,n i.o .t,. i,u t ..j u-
I PUa, f!veijr, Jly ck13.j
! - -1 -tji -- t 1.,. 1- --
..rtii .15,11 fcLstEa. X.UUtatld-
pas .iac tacU
a ia otlisr A: it... rr....i. ...... - ..-
, t . . ' : r ...1 Ttj liia..
,,,,., ,.J . ... f -.-r .j. s
w.Wh oughtto.be iu!!c'u;ce) typhis pvr.u-
r. ... - t
fi to repeal tUe tcMand It of tkU k.
. ""J01" ."1,d out cf, h
,T. ttak teuth political apitaHbrar;.
PlMCtf and aguittst ilr, CrdhftUi aa ho iliilikj
proper. We make ons lurtber jremark So
far as liberality iu politic, is concerned, we
ij i i. , ,V. , . , - .
WU,d 15ok U, ,af. ""?' lettdeM f
lhat P1-'? wbo would proscffue tery teaiitfr
il t...i .t: "' ' . , . ' '. '
lul- i.ie power, tnkiuareu to vota a
T ....!:. - -.. ... .. .- -
lu'- iE!smonia,irjiner.nsiutiWer3 i
stationing a force of small veasels tbardtec
.jfe infraction oft!i
fisheries treaty, fcu2 thit
a vi'-.latiin of tho existing treaty, and in all
keto avoiding groondy complain W.by
-i ' io tio?la of.barsh or unnecessary pro.
' ceediuga, where . circuiuatances compelled
the arreator seizure of such vessels. The
iy, 1M reason ta believe that or-
ders have been given for sending'' into tLoss
region one of our best vessels, eoaimaod&d
by thomot-t experienced naval, officers, as
well forthe protection of seamen against
any molestation that may be attempted con
trary to the existing treaty, astoinqu're in-
i to any abuse that may grow out of either
; sidev and. to in form .our fishermen of their
i "8. .
! rtflita- and tL-nrn them fl-air.Kt tha ' !nvr.i..n
of the rights of others.
j The Qcesiios.-A member of Congrea.
I speaking of the Presidential, canvass aayait
1 U Ut be decided"whetlier muilart tactics and
success are to. have, aprepouderating Influ
ence ia the itU dcparUuenu of this govera
ment, or ; whither long-tried and davoted
public senioe jo the cuuncilsof tho nation,
experience, ability, and statesmanship, are
to be preferred Jamong ua for tliosa. liigh
trusts." -, . . . , . "
Now Mr. Pierce has been tried lung enough,
but we would like some'of his partizafca to
tell usi-i plain terms what p irtkular acta oi"
his life exhibit tTtber"cxperienc,""ability"
or statesmanship." " It Ujasy to, indulge
in these figures of speecii and unmeaning
compliments, but what has Mr.- Pierce done
to merit them? Soon after ha was nominat
ed we did not presume that any definite re
ply couid be mad3.to thhtqu:ation, but" time
enough has no tbpsvd to have hur.ted np
all his civil achievements, and what arc
they! ' ' -:- -J ' ' '
An OldSoldieu. A friend tending use
lot of new subscribers from' Slillersport says
that "one of them, Mr. S.i, is an old Whig
who served in the War of 1312 and bad' at
Uhe timea personslacqusinUnce with Gen
Scott. He has not taken a'political paperi
j f0r several years, but feels anxicus now to
aid in such a glorious and 'prospectively
successful - cause - as that -i of' ' elect
ing the old veteran to the Chief Jlf-gi-'trary
of this Union." The old soldier's hep as wjjl
ba gratified.-. ; ' . . ,
Look. Orr! The.' Scioto GazQf.j 'aiys
tliat quite a nuuiber uf horses huve. recently
disappaared' from that neighborhood most
of th -m under such 'circumstances aa to lead
tu'tbe'eonviction th:it they were stolen, and
recommends thecslablishment of horse-Uuef
societies, - ; - -
SiEAMEa Bvkneb. The Henry Clay, on
North river, waa burned to the waters edge.
on Tuesdov last, near Yonkers.' She had on
hor.rd lSO.pas'scngersomeilSor lS Of wftem
were cither huracd. of Jrowned,-, . ,
KEKTCCET-r-The Konlu'ckyIelcgatton, to
NiagaraFaUs,.J.had.on, their hats,badjo
which fead"Kntucky good for 20,000 ma
jority for "the old Chirftitiri for President."
They generally do dov. n thcr what they
8i,y- , V'..-..:V", i ':-'"
CTTha stoaat,frigat3 Mississippi left X.
York on Tuesday afternoon, in consequence
ol despatches from Washington. It is sup
posed her destination is the fisheries. '
Gloeiocs News rnoM MrcmcAK The
Columbus Journal' gives the following ex
tract from a letter received by a gentleman
in that city from a friend in Michigan: . -.
St. Joseph, Jiy2-J,1352.-J)ear Bin ; I
am happy to inform you the 8oott fires Are-'
burning brightly in the -'Peninsular State.'?
At no time have the Whig prospects been
better here than now. Not excepting 1840.
Our friends feol greatconfideno we shall
carry the State. H The parasites of Cass feel
inre: and wlll do little to uidin the election
- ' i
I ftf I'lprrH-nnd Kllie-
so it looiteai mis v.th-
- - Democrats, and influential
- i, T.rrfft ..nh8 m.
Vllt-s, fcuu, i w 1 " ' - -
all sides, and rallying under the ticott Banner.
-. t ' 1 f
OtTTbe Whigs of the-4th Congressional
district of Tennossee.have tendered ex-Gov
eraor Jones and the Hon. John Bell a public
dinner. ...-.j - - "
- -.-.- or... ..i . . , ; . i t...r s'mo r -,...:,,.-,, n a ..I -.. .1
David II. Beamlt-.W cut from tba
Ctv!aad IIer.ld tkeioltuwlngaotieeof thia
. LI ')! IHII'.V III! 1 II in Ilua Nlnla rA m
iiitta uani,.t4 .!.k ... t '
;V"wuuw',wi r'."cn regulate mom, and
uu u-jiuiuui ajri ai umhi iinnii l tnttra nr
power ana potty tvraunv over
jrother interests vital to the prosperity and on-
wara auurca at tae young giant of the West.
. Cneias 'jua McGciaE'.-rrAt a Locofooo
Eatiacstlos meeting in New York, oto In-depcnJi-Dt
Irishman bad the boldness to
sposV&is mind about tLe boasted Democracy
of Xew HatnpeLire aad Fiiallia Pierce.
Ile'saM: " ' '.-
- "Kc wai la favor of a reform ia the Now
IlamTMhire Coustituiion,' as to tho disabill
tiea in Catholics, making them ineligible- to
hold o.lbe. The Democratic party (to which
ha ebii he telonged,) could have procured
the repeal ' this odious clause ia the Con.
iai;;uirn ot r rinxim nerce's Litaie. had thn
n-. t -i.. r V. j
- - " - y"
edU)doso. He would withhold his vota
Ifr'Jia aay ;New Hampshire candidate until
concluded the lights wera ut out and cheers
given for 'McGuire."
Tat BaiTisa Caxoidate, AHiiTnc British
Tabu. Aji article- in the London Times
uf July Ctb, Commenting oa the nomination
of Gen. Scott, announces a very decided
preference for -Pierce, and closes with this
vory pregnant parnpraph: . - :
" Ja thit raxct, ( 1 aria policy,) aid on thu
point, tot lake Cen. Pierce to oca fair repre
sniutiv: of the opinions of Mr. Calhoun, ard.
AS 8CCB, A V ALOABLC TUACT1CAL ALLT TO TEE
coaasaciAL, folicx or xms coustar."
(Gkeaz Be.; ma.)
That is the talk boys. Pierce, and the
British Tariff. Pierce and British Work
shop. Pierce and British commercial poli
cy. -The London Times is competent au
thority to speak for the British Workshops,
and that paper defines Pierce's position.
When Sir Henry Euhver remarked that
any enhancement of the rate of . duties on
British manufactures and iron by the Amer
ican Contrress would have "a very disagree
able enact on public opinion in Eca-land,"
ine knew what, he was about and the. Democ
racy have taken him at his word. Their
candidate is pledged not to commit this out
rage on public opinion ia England," but to
starve -American workmen, and desolate A
merican workshops rather than do anything
so "disagreeable to British Manufacturers."
Huzza for Pierre and the British Tariff,
rsinee the London Times leads- off in the-' pa-
trio tic cry! Pittsburgh Journal. :
Ciuronsu Items. More of the Chinese.
The influx of Chinese continues aa preat
as ever, and will probably not alack un
til tae advices seat home by. country men
resident bare are received. .Within the past
ten days five Vessels have" arrived from
China, bringing sixteen hundred and tbh-ty-i.t
passvagers. They seem to be making
tlieir way to the-. aouthern mine, a the
Stockton boats carry up crowds of them
every ntternoon. Americans are beginning
to employ then). We have heard of one in
stance iu which a gentleman offered a large
number of them Bteady work at two dollars a
dav and found. & 'Francisco Herald.
'Tkrea'ined Desertion of 'JVoopU'Vber last
advices from Camp Yuraa represent Major
Heinztelman to be ia aa embarrassing, and
in some respect critical position! The troops
under his command, numbering some 150,
j threaten to desert in a body, and to murder
all who onDose their flight.' . The eallsnt
3Iijor, whose, determination is equal to any .
emergency, has-but sixty did soldiers who
enn be reiied upon to control the recruits.
With them he will do his best, and if the re
cruits attempt " ta execute' their purpose,
blood will be spilled freely. "
The Ban l-'ranctsoe Whigaays thatHoraeo
Cob and other merchants- of that city, have
it in contemplation to. fit out an expedition ;
to Japan. They intend to purchase a clip
per," 'an dispatch it innnediafely to Hong
Cong, where it will remain until the Amer-
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ican squauron snau do aispaicnso vj j awn.
when it Will proceed at oucj to. JeiWo and
tmt. the. practicability of entering into a
trade with tho people of tho country.
Harvesting. The Indians are very busily
engaged in harvesting at the present lime.
Their mode is to burn ofTthe grasgvand then
to gather the seeds, roasted grasshoppers and
other insects whv-h may have .been left by
the fire. These they pack away for winter,
but we (ire hot advised aa to whether this
ready cooked provision undergoes anotaer
culinary ops-ration or not. : f
During the month of May, 10,64 passen
geTa arrived at San Fraucisco, and only I,
500 left. It is supposed the population, of
California wili beiecreascd 00,000. during .
the prescntycar. , -. ...
Great Yifla- On the ranch ofGen, Hdtch
inson.on Putah Creek, Yolo co'imty; twenty
miles wost of Sacramento, barley has bden -rown,
this aeaaotl, which yicida ninety hush
els to the aero, ", .
During May, 5,363,7C4 in tfold w Brijp.
ned from San Francisco, besides about )!,-
000,000 in the bands of paseengera. .- .
Wiscoxsi5.-A corrCBpohdent of' the 6t.v
Louis Itepuilicjtn speaks thus of tho political
profcpectsin Wisconsin:- ; ..v. ; .
"Set down Wiscocsin sure three thou
sand maiority for Scott. I have never unown
since -1840; such a storm of enthusiasm. from
all cIbssos as this nomination ealfs rorthk .
The leaders of the Loca party are left tn per
feet dismay al the enthusiasm. this ..nomina
tion calls fromthemassesndin their perplex
ity argued that all Is due to- the Democrats
for bis fame and celebrity." , '
GCrThe Albany Atlas is terribly' indig
nant because somebody, as i saya, has sid
that Frank, Pierce was onco-a wild ojjt."
We suppose-Frank never was, a colt.thouxh
wa . have certainly beard of his descent crura
a houtee. X.!.V(wr : i', -. , '