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Tba aiar; piau la atakiaf Mn7 Wita aipliia thai oaly arj Wbaa waatiaf a larger aictionaiy; (Woo tha ii maea br h'tr,,t : Tfho.wiIW. wmtofm Barter WalUf.) : TWt art ilcat of Uaaaaa ta aarfJ ak. i- 7 P. taniktf Uaca, yoa'4 alowrt tbiak " Tbt -tit.,' froa Braatalow to Jamia Coraoa, Had iravallaa Iba albw ol Jot laa. " '. ' To n iiik-itandi wlrti Dai 9n watar, Ta ptoporlr wrlia af tba poat trawa Slaafatar; ThaadiottaoiaaBaMata Paphiaa, . ToaloaaoaaWeaaairy'tfaircaaiplaaiana , ; from boealaaeaM foreoajiaf ctadioaa, ; r thi. "Joaa Bioara" Miaad Falttafliaar . Aaa by a rtreka ofaartj pb!botoot. ' thti tiajid aatafi T Oaiwatoaria . .. tr Maar cool boatti ban thoit ranBiwa, Tbat if Uia inalff of Fraaklia fine llul aaaot eoaqaora tha aoaraniwa. Koaarbomflict,boM aaa Setoa. . AaabwfeatbalrealyTrtrh (Ftt art thtrttin; Iwanla ia. b Katrbat, Wit fallowa, blA p, drop an4 jliaina.) Aaa tha train of e Ola Oowiaioa, . N'oala t oanfcaaitod lha law and ertlor So ckiua, biid tao MortUna lxiriar; Tiat if jour Honler. aad ?oar Wlwt ' Ha.l aot haro italJ thw eoaiawiaitoa, . Na rirrama or Kanuu f .ma aa J oaoka lladoa Hia'aiT ioa Iroke; : o i jn of parties feni.tacrtoaBlj . Mo frar. of volt ia.i:rrrttniilt Woola over "irreprewibly" ri oa Tba roaatrr' tread and brijrt horiim; Bat maw tho eano tha arti bad looMd, Rrumi to taka lu aooiaatoad roort. " ''. nr. ' ': .' ;! OM O.awxtnaiie, on fail cot. ttran iajirtmeat, lra aad aroof Ginnr aaver a rraaa at liao lot. . . Knra tfk for JOftico, ataadinf aloof. ' With itabt before aad atibr behind. . With jaded bodjr and battered anind. . v.: He calmly brea.le the rooit-rnom fitrr. , T , ralmlr berr. tbo etrleo of hia jury; Tbinliif , a ho taiaa bia back. ' ;i . tfaje. dark. tliaib.M'rew and rack. ;V F.r aarnr. foor eottn tnrters Fra their KiOb Aveaoe hotel pnrtcrf. Open their lorlfrn and shot their Bible., Ta aroaeh orer Brora) tbotr oartr libela. Let hi a nlkr aad lei Iheai prfacbj ... PirrN era bath hvier reach . Into tlw ra'ure. nii.tr ahade. " Than hanj man rope Or headtn.a Maria; Aal tirna ari'l i Hew that parrr barter. ' : h parehatlni Hrawa, had boafbt a Tartar. . . Aad aalbni hit orinw, reuloed a Mmrr. ; ' li5CfI(anfmiSt The Weak Point. On of Gtivernor jCortriu" pnngiit wUii-inTin. in big Brooklyn let-tar, a few dvs inc, was contrasting . Vonnpt ArofrirA" of to-rly with twenty ' yem ' ago. SaM h:" '-. " ' : ; ' ' , ' T' j Chil.lien of tlie prasent day," wlio ere tut three or foar years old, thonght thennclre emlowe.1 .with mora knowl lga thwi their latliert hd fifty year ago. Sir F. Bacon and Sir." Issue' New too, if they had children, they weo born like other poople'n children, with gastrit juice in their little toroachs, cluraoririg ad crying for milk; and it wan so with . wpt ery other animaL Howonld reUtotheraMoharamedau legend of tho creation of man. which wonld"exem-j .Tfy what that gastric jnice was. Mo . lammed had a way of carrying knowl- j . wge to throe hundred milliona of hrtman . tonga. . In order to ge( this knowledge ' or toe creation of. inan, ha awaonted hiB -horae, whlch he called" , Aftko Rock, " v (8 Salloped np with him into' . e third hearen, and there he was told ' mguUr things. Among otters he ww told aboat the creation of man,' some , WmgsiraiWto what was found .ia. the -Bk .of GenreiOat actiy the Mine.,, Langhter. .;e then learned that when God made . men of .red clay. . and set himnn.ta dr' nnr arlKt.' model I hosts, langhter. He sent for the ..avn Spirit to give Him hicandi4 ootn- . on abont him, r U, wnt, . He said. . for n devil,-who was strock with admfra 'm .? MPlennI1 wrk. The" devil Im it wan- the beat piece -of work nwstnp he had e.er, seen. Langhter. nt. said Mr.-Corwin, lie (the devil . "PPM np to tha newly- made. man. and warne-i him here; pointing ".to hi. vr?) Kni 5 (! dev-H.' not . r. Corwin.) It aobnds hollow hpre: tlUnghter. Yes. " said the 'Maker, t u ,st Ae place ' for the ' stom ach. -w-i, . 8a5d the ,t51. " " the stomach! I thirst like an ox? - rV, Yei " . Hanger? a Yesl" Well, " said f the devH. "it is here his weak twint is fkbim here. Great laogbuir. iV. tt enm h" been diaeovered by Harpr Ferry aaair. called. Tre- -8mst BUte." " Dffajhftvce Sentiment. Unier ihi title, the Baltimore Patriot has an article repodiating and ridiculing the " Union Saving " ' mertingi that are on loot in some Northern citie. Hear it: . e perceive that the Locofoco Doiieh 1 facen in Boston. New York and Hula delphia, propour) holdinir meeting for the. pnrpnne of appeasing- the wrath of LruMiniuriiNu m iiie r'oiitii, At t lie recent exhitutions of foolish sentimeutalism for John' Brown by handful, here and there, of Abolition Disnnionists in these cities. ,:'.' If there be any character in the world that we have a contempt for, it ia the dirt-eating Doughface of the Free States lie has op real regard whatever for the Sooth and . its institutions, and - ret under pretenre of sympathy for them, he will proclaim himself onr friend, keep ing mseyes steadily all tne while npon toe ptoimary benefit to be derived there from. He will do anvthing that South ern fire eaters will ' require of him, even to licking the very dost off their shoes; and though these partisans are perfectly aware ot bis hypocrisy, yet, strange to say, they affect to be gratified at the ex hibition: ' "'- ; Prettv emphatic, isn't it! . But the Pat riot goes onr They (the South) are not to be de ceived about the real sentiments of the people of the Free States abont slavery, and they . don't want any Northern or v estern man to eat dirt to please them. They don't ask any each degradation. What they want is the vote of the North ern and Western Opposition, by what ever name they may call themselves, for a conservative Presidential ticket next fid!. As to slavery in Maryland, they can take care of that themselves, and as they hold opinions about that institution contrarv to thoRe entertained by people in the Free States, ther don't require of those' people as a prelnde to political union in the next Presidential election. the surrender of their manhood, or the profession of a lie on their lips about his very. ' . .. They may talk against it till dooms lay, and Maryland will not care; bnt whenever any John Brown shall attempt sn inroad into Iter borders, she is amply tble to take care not only of herself. and her alavss, but also of her invaders, and that, too, not a la Wise. Southern Cow Boys at Princeton Col Tb Southern Divinity StuJtnlt. at Prineton Ctdleg". exhibited tliir Chris tun char art er and their qiialincstions for their hiph Valline in a t-hsractcriMic style 'he hpr dsy. Tha Trenton rorrw-pon- nt of the Philadelphia Bulletin, nu let lite of Ppcemter 31, jrives the follow 'ng at-connt of the demonstration of thes h iinpioiis of a pnre gin-pel :" 1 In ihe early part of the evening we ;rere aroused by loud shouting and , the 'ike, and ffoinir to the street we met a I ir::e profession of students headed by transparencies. Iius, we-observed, was the partinilar demonstration . of South tb sentiment. " i lie crowd profee'l"! wine distanee up the stivef, b"snng such banners as "John Brown, the horae thief, murderer and mirtyr." "Down with ward," "Down with Henry Ward I'ed.e1-, " and such like mottoes, ex pressing thu view of the participant-i.- Thev bore si so two effigies, one of Sew rd and the other of Be?cher. The - oh jectof the. .whole meeting ;was to burn hese two tritstors.- Hie crowa ami noise had eallod out the ColIeg faculty. iq force, from their - snug fii e-iiie-i, . and we saw some of them, in full speed alter (ha main body. : " Go to yoqr room. was heard on all sides, and cries 01 -yc tor " frightened the timid, and we saw them rnnninar homeward. BiK the pow ers that be were set at naught, and the work, proceeiled. . : Havinir returned to the College, a rem crowd of sDectators from the town were called out. end ia front of he Col lege Messra. , Seward and , Beecher were consigned to' the flames amid groaoings and cheers. ,,Speechci were delivered, and ronld hear the repaatea cans ior van- ons leaders in the scene, and the hearty, cheers which, greeted their -..eentimenU. Such Waa thejnanifestalion of their, feel- ine. and. ha ing aecomplpea ueir , oo- ject they dispersed.- t, j ,'Ja-.i ' . The ilaysvitle JIagle charges the' De mocracy of Ohio with being the . school masters of Old Brown. .It quotas, ..in. proofs of t this, proposition, the Slavery r-anlntinn nasse.1 ko the Democratic Stata convention of phio. ia 1849.4nl rt af firmed without. alteration or 'araendrnen' for several years. The following, w t'e reaolution which, though lost t;o iight in the, Democratic platforms is to memory dear: - ' ' litsolved. That th people -of Ohio now s they have ever done, look -npon SlaveryM an'evil, and nnfavorahle to the full development of the spirit and .prac tical henefiU of r free: insti tot ions ; and that they, will' at. nil limes feel it to be their ditty to oae all power clearly given then br terms of the national compact tn srrwaf its 'imereote. te mUfti and Fiurtf ExtirpaUtU tnl' ' .. Goisa to thk Side .that Pats. Among-the signers lor a tjnion - meeting, to htt held in Haverhill. . Mass.. which is understood to bo e bid for Southern shoe trade, is the name of the man woo presi ded at tnHinjr In the same town to raise funds for John Brown's family, tie is a boot nd shoemaker. WHITE CLOUD, 7 FUNERAL OP THE TEAR. BT JAMES BISTIXE. . The chariot a boot, of ti aaa Hara bono another joar ' Adnata the ahadoarr peat, r.: ' ; r With xaaj a tigh aad wart Aad o'er the Winter path,' , The ehillitif aephvrs wail, 1 " .: ' Aa, at hia pnaa apaenaab, : : Tbef baimi eftlnlera pale. , : '. Obi like the wailiaj ' : , That akiat alonf Ibo eaow, . - Where mane a lore!, flower '-' Llea aanalderiae below, . ' Coaae wbupettuft aad aad clear r From aseoiorj1! wakirtf trre, ' Wbea tbo faded aad the (om, , Tha aaomraral aaal iatire. ' O'er the Orert of the bean - ' Float tbo thanfhteof other jaara, .Aa tho had wiad o'er tho deep. Thar droopirtf tailor ebeort; . y , Kaaalling freabaaiaj blooaa To the thin aad pallid cbeek, yVhjlo of other, fairer climea. . Withenebaatingroioo they apeak. The CMriqui Antiquitiei. -. The last arrival from Chiriqui bronght down about thirty thousand dollars of gold irasges from the Indian huacas, of a quality equal to the best yet received, the majority of which bad already been disposed of At twenty dollars per ounce. It is probable that during the dry season which has now set in, many more huacas will bo discovered, but it can hardly be expected that many discoveries will be made after the present season, as during that time the entire country is likely to be examined. Little historical informa tion, however, can be expected from the class of persons engaged in the grave diggings, as they go there, not for the sake of research, but purely with the ob ject of getting gold; and unless scientific men arc sent to investigate the subject, little if any information is likely to be thrown on the origin of these antiquities or the race of people whose remains are buried with them, luis should not ,be so. it is rarely that such an opportunity offers for throwing light on a gpnoration that has pa.ed away centuries ago, and whose works give evidence of an ad vanced state of civilization, although the world appears ignorant of even their ex istence. ,. " Mr. Lsrs has jtit made a new dis covory. ' a hiil near Mituita, attain lour a . ... n ... . . e thousand feet in circumference, and eev enty feet hih, i.s nothing more than an immense burying pla-e, aud Mr. Ltr.i has commenced to tunnel it through thn mi l die. At abont forty feet from the entrance h disenvered vast deposits of pottery but as he ha not reached the centre it "'is not known whether it contains gold o uot. . . StcKt.rs. The Washington corres pondent of th Philadelphia Press says: ' I tm desirous of a-Minx a line in re fereace to Mr. Sickles, of N-w York; and partifultrly in regard to the universally accepted opinion that he is not spoken hy his fello-r members. It is quite trne hst -'here is very little il imposition mani feste-f by nv of. tha Representative estniilihli . intimate relations with Jl: Sickles, but .justice to the man . hiin-e'i requires th it I should state fhtt h seents 'o invite no nef retirione). r.vety ilny about fifteen Triimites past twelve, when lehstA has begun, lie, walks quietly i- from the side -'oor, and takes his se:it imi one of the sofss mi th" wef"rn side of i.h House, where, resting his head upon hi irlovetj hand. b remains sfl,' tskim.' no part in the discussions, voting. .'when enlleil npon, in a low voii-e. - He drssse in exquisite taste. ami has cultivated a large pair of brown whiskers. He seem eonscions thot pnldic opinion is greatly strains. him.: and although his bearing is full tit hie characteristic ease and 'cool ness. it is singularly retiring and . unob trusive. Sitting, in the gallery, on Wednesday and Thursday, I noticed se veral of the leading members of the House going p te him. and shaking hands with hun, and passing on to tneir . teats. , 1 have not met Mr. Sickles, -and, therefore speak of him simply as an observer.' . lTk CaWWC. EXOIKB U PBUTDffl. The Northampton (Mass.) Oazettee thus i . i . t r : . - ..l.t. recorus too uiumpus.-oj, tia ucw.-v-niui.it engine. . . It eoes " Hire a doc. rurang aaa btowing. it tng away at its work like a boy at its etent.- Hund rtvla of people have been to see it-- ? What makes it eo!" asks one. ... "Whore is the water?" asks anotner, . v nai im aeuce won x they" get pp. next V ' Anl on k goes. "What's that Wowing off Tbat is the escape of hot sir. " ' When - asore heat is genea-sted than is needel to drive the press, ft is passed off through the escape pipe. No water .is oed. A fire is boilt in ph little furnace and the wheel set in motion, and sway if goes.' " It needs no attention, any. further than to the fire burning. Any Tioy can msnnge it. And besides driving the press; it gives all the beat necessary to warm the room in the coldest weather,; It can consume but little fuel, and therefore cannot cost mn'ch to run iU It " -he cheapest pow er in the.WQrld.JWhen first set' tip the draaghVwaS not good., sad it ailed to sliow.iU power butj that difficnlty has rieen overcome,' and now it '.'goes likes tPp 'J Thfefl cheers for the caloric prin ter. .r-ny:.: i. : : r,s-r : The slave insnrreetion at BolivsTrMis- .nnri. tarns oat to kav- been merely a Christmas frolic. Free rum, and not free-doro, turned the heads of the negroes. Lovirrill Jomrnml. KANSAS, THURSDAY, SOUTH CAR0IISA. , Declsrstion of Isdcpendenee. When, in the coarse of human events, it becomes neccessary for our people to dissolve the political banls which hare ce mented tlsein with another, an 1 to assume among the powers of the earth. the sepa rate and equal station to; which the laws of Mature and Nature s Gol entitle them s decent respect for the opinions of man kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel- them to the separa tion. .... . . There is in this confederation of States, a certain portion of them callel free St' the people of which hold ss self evident troths, the antiquated, obsolete, sad her etical principles that all men are cieated equal ; that they are endowed by' their Creator with certain inalienable rights that among them are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. These so-called free States are attempting to force upon the cuivalnc States of the South, the odi ous principles sustained by Washington, Jefferson, Hancock, Rutledge, and other rebels, to the destruction of the humane and patriarchal domestic institutions of tho South. From all time we have enjoyed the right and privilege of extending an I es tablishing slavery. Of these rights and privileges the free States deprive us, and also of the right to manufacture, use and sell the products of this sacred institution. e hold it to be a self-evident truth that our fathers before us, and onrsclres and chivalric sons, have done and are now doing, all that can be done to whiten the African race and ameliorate their color; but if Goil has ordered it otherwise, it it. not our fault, and it is our inalienable right to-have said Africaus in the pursuit of life, liberty and hnppiness, as hnodtuen and women, with all the rights, privil eges and appurtenances belonging there to. .... . We, therefore, representatives of the Kingdom of south Carolina, in rarli ment assembled, appeal ing to the Supreme Judges of tko tawny race for the recti tude of our acts and intention, do, in the name and by the authority of the good rcople of this Kingdom, solemmy pub lish and declare that the State of South Carolina does hereby dissolve all politi cal and social connexion with the so-call ed frpe States, aud will henceforth, as the Kingdom of South Carolina, take sta tion among the nations of the earth, a;i' csll upon all the States of . the South which have suffered like oppressions, to follow South Carolina in this National Declaration, for the support of which, with a firm reliance on the protection ot the Divine Judge of the tawny race, we mutually pledge to each othor our niggers, their lire, thier value and their a: -rel honor. ' O yen at the Regency Palace, this day of December, and in the year of our In .Impendence-: One. - ' - . PETER BUMSQUATTLE, Regent, tu J Commander-in Chief of all, the ar mies in the Kingdom. : ORDER NO. 1. .Rkokncv Palace.' Deceni'.er 1S59. The fr:-iierals in comintnl of the fiith. South, E it an I VVet Military Divisions if the Kingdom, aro orderei to dp'it tiiei Divisions on a war footing ; and they ar--specially cnimn gilded, not to sen I thi' time to C-tstnn for their cannon and am iiinnitinn. , . - . - PETLR EUMSQUATTLE. IWent. i, , - . itc, 4c, dec, dtc. . ' D'iroMs' List Aoosy Brm AvnTtrK Bbakf-Kav. The pamphlet of Mr. Dong Iss falls still born ; the -peotJe urn tired of the subject, and don't want any more hair-splitting, metaphysical disquisition, to show the difference 'twist tweedle dnm and tweedle-dee. Douglas is, in-;algar parlance, played out, and he had better keep himself quiet s while longer, and bide bis time. He is now beginning to be looked upon as an insufferable "bore. ho is always turning np at the wrong time and in the wrong place. -. The next lection will be s square fight between modern Democracy and, Republicanism, anif the people will brt obliged to take their places on one 6ide o the other. . A good story is told by a Lan caster paper of an incident which occurred' du ring liuchanan s recent nut. i. it seetns, took a fancy to s brakeman on the train between jColotobis and Lancas ter, and thus accosted him : ... v . Mr. B. Young man, are yon employ ed on this train ? ' ' . Brakeman Yes, sir. i MrB. (patronusingly)-THow-would yon like to have s sitoation at the White House? "" . " ' : , ' Brakeman " (mischievously) Old man, yonr time is too short. ":' ! Mr 15. made tracks for the bridge. . - A Cool rocrr-bre--psybefore yes terday, "aboot 6 o'clock, s rough- looking customer walked into the clothing store of Holmes k Co.'. and when asked by the salesman -what he wanted, replied. nothing, only to look 'round and see where yo best goods are. as I intend to break in here to-night and help myself." This he repeated twice, but no notice was taken of the matter, and the clerks retired to bed as frol, only to "find in - the soor nisg that he had kept bis word. The villains (there were several prob ably) broke the lock of the back grating, and entered by the eellar. Thy rifled the ctwdiier'fl drawer, of about .915CV. nd carrirl away al-ont 8700 worth of nice clothing-. Dftroit Adurtittr. ' y FEBRUARY 2, 1860. Priyit & confidensbil CHnxicoTHB Dec. the 5, 1S59 honorable hennery A. wise rUknuind tirginny Dear one. I see by the papers that you her gone and bnng old brown shore snuff gist as all 'ays sed ov corse you wood, and yon slotie rite too guv, of all the unconsuon aid puresonabl peepel ever i see. them de Indid blackrepuolikins beets the ban hee thcyve see yon guv, for mor'n 2. year a coaksin and a fussin and a rsntin to make yourself Humboddy to mak the nam of wise historick as lawyer Yatde sez and now when the chans comes to do it they want you gist carle-salike to tbro it away ! l tolld the buckrepnblikins here (t bares a grate menny of them this yere im sorry to say, hennery, and im aQeard tbare in creasia too) i told em sez i "you dont know guverner hennery a wise of the state of virginnv sir if you think he will do it for a minnit sir." and i sed to ole chase when he sed it nd be more magniminitous for yon to pardon tho " pore reck of a gooit and brave man sez I, wise is sharp enuff sir sez i, to see that if he hangs the ole tatur le'l he remembered at the man thai huny cie brown gist as long as an ebo shin or a gizzurd foot is to be found in ole virginnv sir. and ole chase, mad as he was about it, he looked op quick like and sez he "yoro right raagjr, thats fact !" so yon see i convinsed one ov thare smartest ssen thatVon are rite guv. im monstrous glad to see, two, that yore turnin yore attenshun to military matters. its a good idee guv. i see by the rich inond inquirer that yon have alrcddy J thonsan men armed and equipped an ev ery one ov them of the very first family of virginny. god bless the olo doinin- von 1 i belong to that very family myself, an ef i bed had a few likely niggers id never left the jecms river to bev com here wharo whit peeple hev to work or stsrv. It must make the niggers turn up the whites ov thare eyes, ile be bonn, to see them uneforms and fetbers ami bn.stlin hanets 1 an they'l remmber it too wen sum ov the ole browns what 1 grow out ? this ole brown what yoare hung im most cert in offer em pikes and rauskits to go to Kanna ly with. hit has bin so long sins l went to skool that its sort of laborshke for me to rite so ile conclude by sayin go on guverner the way yore a goin an ef you dont make virginnv an hennery a wise famus it aint no use for to strnggel after glori in these lejjenerrute days. lie rite agn guv, as soon as l Kin, an n the mecn time l reman?. yores till deth mager Randolf Soyd smith, n. s. when yon rite to me guv, le We an 1 give the tittle on yore letter back. R. f. s Mr. asd Mrs. Srciti.rs. Mr, n. O. Howett. a Southern lady, formerly of Mississippi, is out with an elaborate lefense of the reeoneilation of Mr. and Mrs. Sickles. We give a specimen, as we find it in the Merchant's Record: And Mrs. Sickles, she may be a blese- rg to many! ICshan, the worst ot wo men mnf iond in saere-1 history, was sa ved, with all her f mily. when 'he city o Jericho was taken, and no other soulv vera saved her faith and good deeds istiije-l her. There i more reioicinc n Heaven over on" sinner that repenteth hsn in the ninety-nine that went not tsttav. . Mrs. Sirkles, though sold like poor lit e Joeph. has it in her nmver to be a eliverer from evil, through grace, and a minister of good to aching hearts and erring sisters. We shonld rejoice tmif one m n, at leaat, has dared to do right; to return to his wife ; and an erring wife a preferred to take her own hnsband in reference to those who would gladly ave her separated from him, in order that they might try to get herl The vomiting up of their chagrin at the just isappnintment-would be amusing, it it was not in such a serious case. Cannot some one recommend s panacea for their istress? Nkoroes Votiso. The Cynthiana News, of LoU Thursday, in the following paragraph, confirms the statement made by us Isst week in regard to the free nc groes voting wi'h 'the Democracy in the last election. Surely, never was Democ racy reduced to aucb strai'a before. Of all the acta which have come nnder oor notice, none has given ns more con ' tempt for Kentucky Democracy, than the voting of negroes in Bath county. We ave learned, reliably too, that' four ne groes voted the Locofoco ticket in Bath county.and that some twenty-eight young men who were nnder twenty-one years of age, exercised tha right of suffrage. Soch is the manner sod course pursued by the Democracy to defeat the people, and such is the way they intended to de feat Hon. B. Clay, of Bonrhon county, for the State Senate; but they have been baffled, thank God. and shall reap their reward. Kentucky Mnttnger. Every time the elock' ticks. James Buchanan,' the Democratic President, spends of tlie people's money, three dol lars and ten cent. This smonnts to nearly one hundred millions of dollars s year. '"''..'" There is now in operation in the Uni ted States one mile of railway' to every thonsand inhabitants; in England, one .r.rr 2 500: and in the whole of Great Britain, one to every 8,000 inhab itants. - WINTER. Too frMt ia Eiinf ia tbo air. The wiad ia whialiaf roead; Aad a toft aaj doaay carpet ' Ia spread apon tba ground. Tbo aile'ry water of tho lake Ia boa ad from ehore to abofe; The rirer aad the fnaalet, too, fJalh aot aa open pore Bn t' jin.!e,jtnle of tho belie t'poa the eharrer'a baek- . The ecr.eolir merry, g hteaoaae iangb, - Tlie wbtt' keen, ringing cra?fc- T"S that ia Winter there are ehame, 'olwithtaadi&g the Ueat That fcrtree athwart :He dnfl:n aaaw, Ani whistlei biesty patt. Bat tb, ringing, jia-lin-of bell. The achool-gtrri Vm.i. Iangb Are aot ai! tho acer.ea of Wiater Not all the ar.net, by half. The destitute aro ia oor miJtt. Tbo poor are on eaeb baad; The widow and the orphan, too. Are aeattrrej thro' the laaj. !Ie that bath aa ear, let hint bear" The word of Go! a. giron: Go fired the widow aad her ehiU, Aad then be blett of Heaven. Co giro a Mcep of water," then - Cire la tbo Savior aame; Oft aa ye that aha 11 do to men. Ta Hint ye're dear t!e Mat. Scrapj from Prwtics. John and Henry Sauls, father and son. the first a post-master ami the second bis clerk in a North Carolina post-office, have fled with what money they could lay their hands on. The Post office De partment has long been in s bad way, and now its sands have run. They have got a bill in the U. S. Sen ate to abolish the franking privilege. One would thiuk that Senators and Rep resentatives must certainly have s very bad opinion of that privilege, for they havo been grossly abusing it for years. Tlie fire-eaters in Congress have by their speeches given the notorious Helper book an immense sale. The anthor of tho book is only a Helper, but they are H'jlpcr s helpers. The New York Alias says that "Dan Sickles is politically out of tune." Dan never did hit th right Key bnt onco. A notorious Abolitionist in Massachu setts announces that he will lecture on the Gallows. Wo hope he will get tho hang of his subject. Senor Oviedo is only worth 8150,000 and expectations. Ho old li.-irtlett, alter selling his daughter, was sold himself. A prominent advocate of tho revival of tlie slave trade talks about "great rry and little wool." We suppose he alludes to the negro babies. President Buchanan has recieved a pres ent of a Genealogical Bible. How many lank leaves will it contain for wis fami ly record ? When the lire esters dissolve the TTnion. o which section will the Fonrth of July and the Declaration of Independence be long ? I don't think, Miss, that your inland manners would suit me. 1'roDiDiy not. ir, for yours are very outlandish We don't wonder at the re- rk made v an enthusiastic young friend of ours n the prettv Miss Sara Stevens, of the Varieties, Miss S. asked him in th onrse of cooversati in, "If you were a inn. what town would yon like to be?" I should like to be By you. S tra." ws e answer. ery likely, so wnolj we. We hear much of the "aggressive spi rit of the North," "violatin-j th righu f the South." and " inciting a dissolu tion of the Union." These charges nenr- Iv all com" f om Congressmen Sonth ot Mason and Dixon's line. Suppose an neiirrection should break out among the laves of Virginia, anil there waa reason to believe tbst the tli-ai: s;tion was wi te read ; whither would the slaveholder af tbat State send their .vives ami chil Iren for protection : to Pennsylvania or South Carolina? to Now York or Geor gis? EoantviUe Journal. Henry Clay Pate, who weut into Kan- . T . r .. -Il as wit tl s latge ioce 10 caprnre oo Brown, . and surrendered to him an I boot one-third as many as his own force. as" recovered since Brown was taken risoner, and pitches ' into - hi in in the newspapers. Jlr. 11. tlay rate n as got the war now jnst where it comes within (lis calibre. Throwing mud through the newspapers at Old John Brown. 5n irons, ami with a few hnnd'ed Virginians guard ing him. is moth safer than trying to Uk him in Kansas, as H. C. Pate knows. Ohio- State Journal. -.- . - ..--. Gkesb PlCKBD BY MaCHTXISTw The Scientific American announces s machine for picking geese, the result of, number of years labor, and one of the most in genious pieces of mechanism ' ever seen. It not only plucks the feathers, bot sepa rates the long ones from the short ones, while passisg through the machine. It will pick forty five geese per hour,, and must materially affect the price of feathers.-" - : " - ' Fred Donelass acknowledges since his arrival In England, that he did know of the Harpers Ferry plan, ss end ertas-e by Brown, and approve.! tho - 'n1 scheme of running off slave d estab lUhing s rendezvous in " mountains. The Nashville (Tenn.) News says that the bill introduced into the Legislature a r nine, compelling all free ne- , iA.ra the State, is devlared to be onconstitntiopal. both by opinion of nent lawyers and of the people. WHOLE NUMBER, 134, ; Wholesale Truths. .. Slavery agitation was ever to the Dem ocratic party the breath of life. Thij, as the U. S. Philadelphia Gazette says, wss the spirit in which the Missouri compromise was repealed by Mr. Dong las and his followers. Nothing had oc curred to justify a departure from the "finality " of 1850. The country had acquiesced and there waa s calm and contentment when this thunder-clap burst from a clear sky." The Democratic party which came iu power in 1853 up on the strength of the compromise, was the very party which profaned the sanc tity of ano:hsr and opened the Pando ra's box from which so many evils bars escaped and been, scattered over the Un ion. Discord and strife and sectional antagonism haTe followed ever since. Kansas wo tha natural fruit of this dead sea, the bitterness of which so many lips have tasted, and all the commotions and bad feelings of this day may be distinctly tracod back to that one act of flagrant wrong and of criminal perhMify. It was wickedly and wantonly done, withont a proteose of provocation, and with no other prompting than a morbid and sel fish ambition. But the chief instrument of that wrong was put aside at tlie very time when he, like Tuntalus. saw the en ticini' attraction within reach. The pub lie mind at the North rebelled at the vio lation of the old and fraternal bond of pe-ce, and Mr. Buchanan was nominated and elected President, from a confidence in his moderation and experience, an I a belief that his Administration, like that of Mr. Monroe, would restore the " sra of Rood feeling. " l he country knows what has happen ed dnring tho lost two years of intensified sectional domination anil aggravation. and by what means the present sad conditio:. of things bas been brought about. - '' At no time in our whole history has the state of feeling between the North and the South been more exasperated than now, and produced by causes which aro as clear as the snn at noor.tido. Prtntit. The Washington correspondent of tho Philadelphia Press writes: Oerritt Smith, while in Congress made a very favorable impression. His appearance was exceedingly striking A very handsome manor about nfty-nvs years of age, with his shirt collar laid bro.tdly over his neck; a fine, heal' by. florid face, and portly, erect sad dignified form, he was a study. Having received a classical education, and being possessed of uncommon s 'vautages as s popular orator, he wa quite s Cicero in debate. He delighted in the most elegant hospi talities, spending his money with a fre quency snd freedom that was a soljact of general remark. He waa ready to grati iy every appetite except that which ef pec fnl wine or spirits, and he presided nt hi board with the dignity of King Ar rtiurathis "round table., The mail welcome guests at his house were South ern men, and they, with their gennrons, oit-spoken warmth, spoke of Smith as, ono of the best fellows in tbo capital; so- one, although well known as an Aboil tiouist, still aa one to bo tolerated. Bsowa'a Corn. I have learned of ao incident w hich shows as much coole ness in Browa as anything yet related of him. Mr. Sadler, the undertaker, a day or two before the exeeutiou. sent mes sage to-Brown, wiling biui he bad better have metallic coffin, in which his re tn tins might be taken to his home in Near York. Hi reply wa,' that he did not think a meta'lie coffin necessary, aa tho weather wotildbe csoL end ho thought ho wuidd keep in s common walnnt cole fin a sufficient length of time for th" pure noses sligge-ted by Mr. Sadler I Cerrf ponJmrt of the Baltimort America. The National Intelligencer of t21l ult.. publishes the Hon. Alirsrn Lincoln speech, delivered at Cincinnati 8a thai 17'h. and says of it: v-' Reailers of all shades of oplnxw will peruse with interest the speech, on tho topic, of the day, md oo tb; 17tli t Cincinnati, by Hon. A- Lincon,of 111., who so srdnoufly stumped bis. State last autumn as the . Republican antagonist sf Senator Douglas. . Indeed) m his speech, which we now" present, the erstor handles th. honorsbla Senator's doctrinal wUlMOt gloves. ' . .-. , 'i.j .' :. , rEuronjiAscB or a Sniisoe Brr. Oa Monday, an extraordinary sees -took place in Broadway. A po!Uieisn.,wb had bet that he would walk in his bar feet from tWSU- Nkhoks-Hotel to thai Ator House, after fit and drum.' or forfeit 8300, if Fernando Wood waselee ted, performed his wager yesterday, ps twaen 2 and 3 - o'clock. He took V middle of the street for his journey" "d was followed by several hundred -enini boys. On reaching ths Astof House b took earrlage, ami rede fcomr as quick ly aa possible. .JT.-F. Ctmrri .J.j'X Col. Xae Mtroende' of th Bal timore Patriot . J8-'. anddenly st Balti: more, o- Wednesday evening. 1 Born n(,,. Doston seventy-five years ago,' tA naving- served an ; apprentioeabip with Ben. Rue-ell. of that city, he went t Baltimore in 1812. snd in January, 1813, founded the Baltimore Patriot, which ho conducted with signal ability np to with in few years past. .He never pretended to be s writer, but as a successful and ju dicious conductor of public press.' he was pre-eminent,' He was present at the) bombardment of Port McHenry in 1814, and was aid to Gor. Yezey . ' r