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T''lssm Alt uAMs en 1soe2s
TaUTn. -- hate s Ne swblide who
rvel is the le-sonke shof she Amite
sad Coelyt eeoetry, like hbutr'
elsewhef, t atly all doubtern ed
diebelleeer, when it ames to eamp
Ire nerieoksbtthehut. This may
be agused fot partly il the het,
that they themdve ltake the patle
1100ees, whe It mwee te Il e sarm
tion of their eoploit. The e sa.m
doubtiem the feet whom the hwres re
presented sl evid0ee. leek o are
skeptial ee the ear questioe, is re.
fanes to she Gosee Tote oastry,
will plean walk over to the head.
quarters 91OlI. Sea ifrboer on Con.
venti sitreet. Mr. Cherln iobert
son, wends bhi from Rosedale, a slie
for severa stakes sad with it, the
front paw, ot hleek beor, as large s
that aalemI rweelly grow is say
Tai Poaf Hitneona Dat,untton.
Alnch bha been said on this subject
snd se it If getting to be rather
stale, so the beet will be when ces
anned by thime we had as well, tell
what we know aubot it. The Pres
!dent of the Olnb," who In a gentle
man, of squestione.l versrity,
writese s that no delegation had
authority to leave that city, under
the above caption. The crew, who
visited this place In a cane wagon
on the ocoaslon of a recent politi.
1-rl meting did no on their own so
,,,,nt, and nobody eline. Not a
s6i':le mra of them all, came from
ith. Port. They were found lying
Il,,not loos on the wayside, and
wr, pleked up in Pompelii and the
1'lin,,. Now then, what hee our
,neighbor, to aay to As.
Tia Ait JOUtNnAL POR ltiPTnM.
mann.--This bhuadsme quartetly is on
our table for Septembr. The (o..
mopllits Art Amodetiee, preents
the hpest and best avenue to leg.
itimste Art, i sany oeoatry. The
sum of three dollars, eoetitute a
memberhip fte e year, with a
ehanee Is the distribution of works of
Art, is Jamsry of oh year. Be.
ide this, as a gstuity the Art Jour.
eel s fhraleed seek member, sad
the snneal agraving, whieh lis ot
too up etpretly for the members.-
The engrving t the eomlag year, I
to be l"Sir Jek PaMlatw mwatry g his
AwAan or tie PacmltO TtLeonArn
Cousrrt.--A Washington dispatch
of the toth, says:
In Cabinet counol to-day it was
decided to give the contract for build
ing the telegraph line to the Peoifo to
the lowest bidder. Merr,. litrmin
& Clark, of Dtroit, who agree to
onestruct the lime for $26,000. The
wretary of the tmreaury maistatin
that scoordliag to the bill as pasedl by
(ongreas, he had no other ltornativ*e
but to award It to the lowest bkldder.
A gqmstioo having twon raid,
that the garmnre, under the recent
Irpo.rl eshould b equl to the cost
of oometreutag the Pacito ltelegrph
line, the CabnetL, to-day, it i Mid,
decklaed that there was no eeentaie
discretion, as the law provide that
nr contraot shall be made uantil the
ine shall bo in actuIl oplrwation, and
the ftllimet at of which be guaraeutoe,
as iso the ae of bids for mal one
tracts: also that the iowes offer for
the ue of sk teiegraph shall be so
epsed, eder these specided ocodi
ions. J. Harmon, of t)aroit, uas
heetdofore eated, is the lowest hiddw.
It i expected that a deociioa will be
odcially oanemod to-morrow.
One F,.uwmn,.-Tohe Grand
Lodge of th United Htate, I. O. O. F.
eompleed.t bals. at Nashrille,
onm the ll ist., and djoored inr
die. Ie Union, sa :
Wei arr ~e to lesarshaet th
delw oth them to their
h~,me th #met eai rnoa, otioas
of rih it ta to asvlle. Their visit
wher, we u hlateesag pisode.
The,_ however, devoted but a
wus n n rtI r ir thme tos
atua m M t -l.
FItt OF Oln WillI AND 0lb, 0RUDER
oiy the Rnsee l* e.I
Hean ce vrna Passe, Kept. 54.--The
schooner John A. Taylor, Capt. Lombard;
.rineed the hit to-day, and it on hot way
up the river to New Orleans.
The Taylrt left the Islacdi of Utills nn
the Ifth inst., and brinrs as psenger
twenty-eight men, all of whichle were on
necta with Walker'e etpeditimo to lonn
icree. They are all well.
*4en. Walker aed ('el. Rndler, hisnee
ond in 'ommendl, were Imptrianed at Trot
Illn, and were to he shot on 14th i.st.
IThe Taylor left this port. we believe, on
the llet nit., with emme thirty-Alve men to
Join Walker. The most of them, it will he
seen, have tothtned, while nor diepatch
eaya nothing of the Ireat body of thsee
who had preeeeded them. No doubt they
ate eate. As to the fhte of Walker and
Rndler, it will he oheerved that although
it was reported by the flpenish steamer at
Ilavane that they were to be shot on the
ath, the euecntion had not taken place on
TM R11VO UTION IN rrALT,
InoerWvtden /n the Stemen Seote.
A dispatch from Rome statea that a body
of twenty five thnnasnd evelintlnlne had
taken pneeeeeilon of the town of l'eean,
in the I'.pal States, and marde i,bo ter
mane ( Rvarsiane and AMntrene) in the
clen. Relln, rnmmenndain the repel
troups, on the attack of the revolntloniete
ntdered the town to he sacked, hut he wse
eon after taken prisoner and earried to
'rTle (erman garrtieonn of )tirvito, ne
home, had likewisaeeaplated to the Inant
(Jen. I,emotrertee's army wee concn
treted at Anona, on the Ardriatic.
It ia stated that several powere have
protester sa.inet the entry of Rardiluon
troope into the PRttee of the ('hbrbh.
le.imnntee treoops, hnwever, wrte
marcthing rapidly and in gret numbers
towards the 'apeal frontier, in the direc
tion of Ancona, where Caen. Lamorirlere
wee ctablihed. it wee reported that an
engagement was eapeoted to take plae the
day the Anglin eson etalled.
I.andlng ol W4 intane I0 Naepts.
An army of ,s,mw) eardinlena landed nn
the cneet of 4!slahrle or the 11th and lath
inst., with instrtetioan to malntain order
Mader of the evnlutlem.
ardens. In ose of etOtjteen with
The London Times, in an editorial arti
ole on the revolution in Italy, says that
the King of Pardiniae nsde a ftcmidhle
rival In Ueariheldi, whneeeeesain Naples
gives promise of his being able to over
come the resiltence in the lttee of the
c!hurrh. This let move, however, it
thinks will bring hoth him and Piedmont
Into enllilinn with Asatrle in Venetia.
The Times adds that Piedmont must
make herself mistresa of the revolntion,or
give op the lad and tfllow the revolun
It Ia helieved, aiob, that the Emperor
Napoleea take. this view of the subest,
erl that no duegor of lutarlkene. i to he
apprehended from him.
Impetest from Prese.
Now IMaInbe*omo te Ike to Rome.
it may politleal circles on the conti
nest a icserol war in Ruropa we erppre
headed. The Pare Journale say, however,
that this is not to be hrend. hot they add
that the present complicetione must lead
to a new order of things, gaesanteed by
trusty, which will probadly be concluded
during the autumn.
The Rmperer Napoleon, they say, hee
seed every exertion to prevent as invaslon
of the Roman etates.
The relations of FreIco ad Piedmont,
nla the mean time, arel in a eriticsl condi
Uton, udl the French army at Rome ie to
Oen. Ioyon weu to leave lario for
Rome on the lath, to ake the command
of the French troops.
A refport o rcmrast that the Freneh
(overament has refased the sighteat con
carnalo to wllitaerlantd on theklvoy shllr.
Tnsounitv Utlltssoe lrtIaoi.
The xtensoion to the treury building
I rapidly approdnbhilg oopletion.
The last tue of the IntellgeMoer,
The portiool more than hal paved,
and with its tall and mestiv column,
has even now a very imposing appear
ance. Almoat ll the room of both
th tnd and neond Mtorio are I.
d uremdy for oouopeoy, and
light, airy end betidful room they
are. Tbe htou of tome steps are i
ploh, t e thir railmla are not
yet se, the work, both atoneo and
ire., ppearing to bhave bue done in
the most solid muaner, of oourmsqueit
indestrutible by fre, ad at the sam
time In the most teteula style. Some
f the rooms on the fet 8oor ha
been occupied for som tim by the
boume of ooetoimae and the r
te of the tresry, ed now them
and library of theato sger ol
ev morvng inte the rooms on the
Prowm-Of all the minor ore.
tions of tod, flowere seem Io be
completely the effnlaone of his lo
of beaety, tgrte s nid joy. Of all
the minor objeet. which cerronted
us, they te the leaset, 'ncneoted
with otr absolute neteseities. Vege.
1ttion might proceed ; the earth
might be clothed with . sober green;
all the procecses of rnotifloetion
might me perfeoted, without being
attended by the glory with which
the flower is crowned;--hnt lmety
and fragence are poured over the
earth in hhliseeme of endles varie
ties, radiabt evidences of the bound
eee hbenevolcnce of the leilty. They
are made solely to gladden the
heart of man, fr a light to his eye,
for a living inepiratiin of grare to
his spirit, rotr a perpetnal admire
tion. The fIteeks, whose eouls pre
eminently eympathihed with the
spirit of grace and tmenty in every
thing, were enthnaiastit in their love
and larish in their nuse of flowers.
They ecattered them in tle porticon
of temir deities-they were etrewn
in the conqrieror's path-on all on
crainns of festivity and rejoining
they were strewn ahout or worn in
garlands. The gteata at hbanquet
were crrwned with them-the howl
waatwrethed with them--and wher
ever they wished to throw Ieautly,
and to etpreen gladness like son
Shinde, they oset flwers
11Arv* -rip', Kms.Aev i Townt.-We
learn that a full grown and Ilown
llaytien, hlaik rm ae.eny, anil bearing
emtraorlinary power. from the neiignt
Jeifrard, of Ilnyti, made hi. appaer
snne in Mobile yeete'rday, and attract
We ecnidershile attention. Ilis himi
newe here was to promote the emigvl
tion of frte negre.e to llayti, ant he
represented tha a vessel w.a in readli
noe to traneport, anmil emigrant.
thither as might ,hronew to avail them
eIves of this oppertunity.
We cundermand that the agent
waited upon hi II,,nor, the Mayor,
who poitly litly irectedl hi to hile
Worship, the Hheriff of Molile (!oun
tv who informed him that the lawa of
the ntat eof Alahbam, dill not recog
nie or l-ok favorhlyl upon the oljecta
of his hememy, and ilvieel him that
a speledy departure from within the
limits of thin tnommonwnatth, would
prbahlly comport with the tenor and
.spilit of lipt. .atltes thereof. Ti,.
Ileytien improved the hint, made his
way, undter smert- of the (!hief of I'o
lic', to the mail boat, and ,by the time
this reaches the eye of the reader will
rbahslly ie in the Greeoent City.
Hlow Fse lisPrse o . ins CAles
or Amuwncarn littnt.a---In the last
volume of Itandll'e I,ife of Jeffereo,
the following aneedot in given an
related by Mr. Jelferon :
"Whilst the q1lutihn of Indepelnd
ence wm benfore t ongrese, it had its
meetings near a livery stable. It.
memiera worn short breech.e and
silk etockings, and with handkerchief
in hand they were dliligently employ.
ad in lahing the flies from their legs.
Eo very vaentiuoe wea this ennoyence,
end to n, great an impatience did it
rouse the sufferers, that it hastene, if
it did not aid, in indheing them
promptly to asllf their signatures to
the great document which gave birth
to an empire republic."
"The anedote I hml from Mr. Jef
ferson at MonticIllo, who seemwl to
enjoy it very munh, am well as to give
remlit to the influenoe of the file. Iie
told it to me with much glee, and
seemel to retan a vivid recollection
of the severity of an attack, from
which the only relief wen atlgein the
paper and flying from the soene.
WHAt NIIei.ioi W sl. Ito.-Tlee
correspondentof the Maenchestor ( Inar.
dian, detailing a onversation with
"one of the highest military diRgnit.
riee of France, who hlb juat returned
from Italy," (Marehal Vaillat,) re
cords the following :
"Rely upon it," said this permonage,
"the nEmperor will let the Italians (the
French term wa~reucsaailles d'fta.cin)
get into any trouble they ohoo e; he
will not help them." A perrmn pres.
eat Ihaving remarked that that wans
not the langluage held by Prince Ns
poleon, and that the "advanlced par
ty" deemed themselves assured was
the reply : "Who tells you the Empe
ror does not fester that illusion ?
Who tells you he due not wish them
to knook their hoads againet the Ate.
trian fortrmeses, ad so let the ques.
tios which oorvulee Europe for far
too loeg a time he violently broughbt
to oam end I Thb is my notion," ad
ded the diPitay, wLo, I repot. is
* of the hilghebwt in the Empire.
p A nereet of Boomer dam
ats is peed to have rdesolved that
sbq will wear eet dnses or seth
lag. Wheaaaawae siagU Iswe
JAsrn Ihgenm t1 WeAtLL vrla-
About these days we learn that
,oh Barber, use et the oldest
baskers and finaislerr of sncient
times In this oity who ham bee is Te.
siding la New I rltne for to y t
yearhas n Just made eks apearisee
in Wall street. Jacob -arker les
the most venerable patriarch ofr 1
Wall street brokers and financiers.
lie settled in Wall street in the i.
vmsr 1 R91R,at the tail of the last emn- A
tiry, and during the Iast war with A
KInglsnd was a dietinguaished man,
raining money for the government. I
The name of Jacob IHarker, re
called after the absewene of years,
brings Inek to our mind many son
venire of the past. We remember A
that in the panic of 1li25 quite a A
number of banks, insurance cornm- A
panies and merchants were smashed qI
tup, and indictments were instituted I
against many of the unfortunatse.
º Amrng those then on trial was Ja.
cob Blrker; hbut the jury never t
could agree in his case, aid we be- o
lieve he was finally aciluitted. l. - n
rin the trial, a judge, who was
Itreij di eld against him, fined him a
hnndred deollars for mimn lahngiage
, offensive to tone of the witneses.
.1an.oh, in his eharaoteristin nlanner,
-stooped down, and wrote a oheek
f.r the amount, despatched a me.- I
senger to the bank, and handed the oI
fine in glld to the Ibnch--remark- Il
ing, very naively, that he always t
Isettled his difflremrres in cash. i
t(o his present visit to Wall fi
suiret, the venerable broker, when c
recalling old memories of the time NI
when he first dispensed golden fa- f
volr in that region, mtt he aston- It
ishel at the growth and progress II
of the metroplis. Then it had only t
r,,n000 Inhabitants; now it numbers e
900,000-ineatly twenty-six times I
as many.--New Itrk Inptr. I
(vrrtrN ri' wltnn.---The heaviest.
rday's work of the seanon, in this h
section, from what we hear our A
planters say, was performed on
MHnday last. The wind tlew al- m
f most a gale dnring thi greater part 5
of the day, erecnmpanied at inter
vale by a moderate rain. We have I
heard some of our planting friends t
say that wherever the eotton was k
I well open the ground is literally
I c.vereºl with the snowy staple.
I Fortunately, the rain was light, and I
I if the weather continooes faworalen
for a few days yet the Ioss will not a
probably be very heavy.-Abkrdeº a
1 (ltha ) 'iSunsvy .w14. o
A t)Asr,a To ni HFtMit pon.-A let- t
ter from (lologne of the Rth nit, i.
t states that the inhabitants ofr that p
city are otcupie I with the prepara- I
lions for a grand festival which is e
to take place the present month. n
There ie to Ie a genersal (lrnian a
shooting match, to which all are t
invited, Swiss, Belgians, h)tch and a
I Knglish. Time prie to be gained f
is a casntl, of the value of about d
I flto00, situated opposite to Co- I
f blents, with a magnificent view i
" over that city, Mtolxenfele, thle
Ithine and Moselle. The building
is perfectly 1nw; it i. constructed
Saco-rding to the fashion Ef the a
f midlle ages, with drawbridge and t
I towers. a
A Watt. MAnAor i LtaNs or I4rs- "
wlns.-The New York correspon- I
dent of the P'hiladelphia Ledger,
writing about the Now York and
s New Orleans line of steamer.s,
The ti a~oto, Jinill and (aknaw.
b,., the three principal stesmers of
this line, are pauverbial for their l
seaworthiness. They go nout, on
every trip, full of passengrers, and 1
though they have leen catght in i
many a rough gale, there is not a I
solitary instance of their losIrng a
man-thanks to a careful comman a
Sder, competent cnginR'ers, and exz
Rliren oEr Wa,,an's Man.-Wae
are informed that a sreamer went
down the river yesterday for the ptir
pose of bringing up the men belonging
to (nIn. Walker's nommnd recently
Slihberated hy the lloneirian (Govern
meat, and who arrived in the sc:hoon
er JohA A. Taylor. The frineds of
Walker in the city still entertain the
hope that he and (Uol. Rudler will yet I
hbe sparel, basing their hopes upon
the expresiofa of sympathy uttered~
hy Capt. R~aoinoamn, of the British war
steamer Iary,, before their capture.
IThe mews by the Taylor, however,
: states positively that Walker and
i Radler, were to be sbot on the 14th.
N. O. Balli, 25t, iat. I
5 Snow ow mas Au.&easrw Mouw.
tlses.-A quall ef smow sud rain e
eauarred c tsh height d the Aleg.
l hen7 Mosahias, Peansylvaai, oe
SWedaeeday, 12th iaat, ,aad the
weatr was qeit esaid. Oe Suday
Smuelagis he uas a s.e bre, bu
t la 1didntem han dele aah
Ii useer mYsa.
lto I h~''aOa eterbt wts-.ay
To leek defeat a eem Pto prt,
k 0And te lmtoew's at. i"eo ieawi
e seen eadet thronlSth the own
Does eert saaetmonloeM face
Deno the the cttel reign of Igraese
1one. not a look that a.nwl at alln,
Oft well hbpoetrla within 1
Ie it to make out dally walk,
And of oan own gi d deae4 to talk,
Tet often practtlc M.ret crime,
AnW thee mespend our prnotone time I
In It f eet of vreed to tight.
To 'ill ,atr geal the role of rllht,
hekn what we wish Ik at the hbt,
To noe o"t .hwtch neeel the rtet I
Ie it to want the ('hrltllan'o drem,
Anal lnva to mankin4 profess.
Anal trtat with worn the hunmle poet,
And hat aglninst them every doot f
(ph, tno. religion means not thI,
Its frolt motr eweet and falter In
It. pte..ept thin; to others 4n
An you would have them do to foc.
Itr grevea to her nn Ill report.
AndI mrn's with human wro to sport
f ot hotr'a deld. It epleak no III
ln.t telln oflgool on kreps It stil1.
Andl ,ni this religo,, this imacrt. I
Then may Ie Inleonc fill m haort
1th' haise that )hlietl,l. j,,ofl .Ier.
WhIn ill 9h ,erth may own Itn away.
IirrOrAuA td for I'tnl.tiirt --hltln('l
Mernhanlt'n Magaztine rer .June, one
of the Itest tinmbore or that eirel
Innt work over lnclod, Maya : "No.
tori'ty for poltlicity in ino Inlispr.n
iu),le olement of neiie'nn to flho mer
haint, tho1 nfmtrtatacltrer, or the me
hanie,, whi would irv a widle and
spe.dy circ:ulian !, I,, conn,.li
tisn ncd) lprodletltiocn whi'l, ho, ueka
t1, uxch.lnmgs fr monl,ciy. Ile nay
SIv," capital, ckill, o.voenient pooi.
tion, poictnality, industry ant hn
I cty- -Pvory pamcnthlo fitncnn fur his
Ininos. -cnl all in nothing, if Ihe
hain t,ot nifliient noflriety. This
notorioty, let it .onmt more or hies,
helo nen purhchae or provide for as
he pIerrhiase hle etork of grood.
An t uInnet. in xlment, ,lear a rctr
aint roalii,,o to the bleincsI s he
wouldl do; it muot he both positive
and c,,mparative. People muetiot
,Ioly know him anti hi I, .uiness,
Is'easse otherwlse they will find and
trade with those who are better
Hlow Mtonm Ffnorrn i.- H4o late
ly deed; so Meon forgottou. 'Ti. the
way of the world. We Sourish for
awhile. Men take ne by the head,
and are analole about the healt of
our bodie, end laugh at our joke,
and we really think, like the iy on
the wheel, that w have something to
do with the turanlg of the earth.
Rsom day . n die cad are burted.--_
The ue doe not etop for our funeral;
everythig on ose msual; we are
not missed i the strae ; me Ilaugh
at aew jokhee; onc or two hearte feel
the woaed of ealIction, one or two
memoriee still bold our samms and
forms ; but the trowd moves in its
dally cirele ; and in three days the
reat wave of time sweeps over our
steps and washe out the lat vretic
of our live.- I'rnid+re .hurrnnl.
p' The Nouvelliete of Rone
anya that a very urilos eode wee
found at Cauville, near Hfrre, bIeg
a gold pIem struek is 1418, whes
leery V., after the Iattle of Agie
eourt, aseumed the title of King of
Franoe, on his marrlage with Cther.
ine, daughter of Charles VI. It beear
the following ineoriptioa : "Hedri
par Is greoo do Diou rot d'Aagleterre
et do Ia FPraoe."
SAA .IR I D.
r (In Thnrsal evening the 7th indt., bh
the vey. II. A ver. Mr. JItIN A. MPlrlIT,
toMre. JAIK V(loV N Kll.
No nmall alice of the brhIle's ake to
alrem on, hnt an entire prymid, worked
I on the top with toneh me note, and love
I knote. The levil hba been routael fron
,I or hofle by steam. If he were here, we
know the light, woalI Innline hil heart to
mtrilmony which could he now eattained
without any expense exept for a minilter
with mothing wantinlg except smie eacl
I to esy vs. It's no wee wishlnl the partlee
i feliity; they have it; ai4 if they de eot
- keep it, it will be cimply their own feult.
HrI'I'CIAIL NO'J'I (IUE.
Moon, 30UD3 & 00.,
l.asesl. lersaset iasasasa;
SREC IlVINti, ioMWAIRDINGl
- --l I-IIII--
iWetera Prndee ad Plestation loRppli.
I ArON hno0r ,Z I.A.
I FANCY D)REMS OOOD1l.
tES mhavhew wtluaealve by the aew ateam
I r ree ew e ,Terw. peae .ef - se.
am meebIree-ele a uBi ainlree n
theawa Utiaa a tthe maa ah i
w.a. a. FIP.eIOs..
15 os RIa·leaa4r , maesea
fIfr m th tlll eW et
(as e ref h .da.e s, be* , er
de al leel w l D u . 0e11
Sthe MT*I ros i eo| helds
t UWr le It I
altmO d loNE N. TII1r.
ANE 001l R UVA,
It r0AS 4H0 S.0hiAt
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