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A. A. IIL'DSOS, LUlTOll.
tciiui: Haiti:, ix. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER -3 r- TIIAXKSGIVIXG. J "IVe clcre th recurrence cf another Thin-giving festival, now almost Na tiooal , by the coccarrer.ee of the people.in I ..... ? responte t tbe call of the Impersonation j of Sovereignty, in so many of the State of thi confederated .Republic the Na lioo'a holiday, fit ayctol of peace, pro pentf and joy, conferred bj the great Al moaer cpon the children of his regard and care aaa-estive of harvest gathered, tealth enjoyed, friend cherished, Lome reviaited, icatiered families recollected, mercies enumerated, tatctasrie thronged, tablea crowned with blesiogs, from the Anther of every pood, and portion aeot to the poor and destitute tokens of ympa thy and regard link in the chaio (ma) it b kept erer bright) binding in the circle of cniveral brotherhood tht whole family V UJ SU Thank?ivinf i a nighty leveller, ltj is a aort of (Jeracera'ic j-ibilce. The di- tinction ana cite of ocietv re for a i tea.onfor.roU.ocr.lisre.arded The .KeJ acd the Tour? cro hann. the forner U- MMvit.i. . .i. ,i Ä i.,... . : tccirlkii of tbe gravity a d dignity o! "I'raive (o-J in hi aai ctuary ; p. raise , him in tie fir,.e,.t of hi. power. ; r,r,,M'i''i wji ü4ia ortain pra,'o ice ...r. .1. I . . I. 1 .t Lord." j 3 It is ruhi and proper that a great i.itiou irou.d pause id it career, and reader lhauas to Almighty God, for the Lleiu; j ci Lis rrovidence and Grace. TLe'e are ! pec.ai reaocs lor thackivjr at the j prcst tise. Iac prtvail throughout ; au o-r oeraers. ueiilb La tc-ta cnj-ycd la an exrraordicary degree, in wariy all: the ätatee. In our own State especially. , tbe harvest Lave 1. absndast, ard th ! rketa reuiuierative ; Crn-aerre in prcs- j pcro-: ; tho rewards of hdus.ry ar; ! e- ; atoned literally iu cearly all ticpartintci. I of labor, ar.J rtf ivirg cocfidcccs aud Lope ! preae soxethtc - cf tls prcsptri'v cf L r k nnsiu.; UK. . Ci-r yeara. ( Ojr beautiful city i increasing io tcrri- tori a! area, in uts:ar.tial irarrovements. ic i i . . . . 1 , . . busioesi and npjpubu. Oer schoU , am mora iloumhicv than ccr ttfore. and ', , otJf churches arc or.r. iavitinsr the wearv U urcaes arc op.n inviting tic varv and heavy lidn, t Cai rest at the cros. All sx'ersa! -.ircumstarces are propitiou. j Sltssing crawj upon c. The aailes of ! VofiderjCe invite acd renulrr. a a '"ki. i W. rcspJBct., an carccst aa J a glad thank,- j giving. j ige. I U ncl. r tuender the por, ard the i ' ' , ! wai quite fririte 1. The Prtftident of the aJtlitioual upon reitoriug and luiprov- poor reaped i bleM. tpo in. r.ch , The Director. c?ntroll,ng , 1Uttte Club aod Mr. EUlon of La. J L'wen Lux'jTv if-' nr.H. , a r!n, r,, ' lUuiTusoa Sjuth are eRdeavormg to r , , .. , . . .. ' Plsua with j our bai k to tne L.ike, xv a an A-tx-Tjat-pr..fin4.1(,p.a.eroiixp.tvj , , v. 4 fayefe. who "ü.ued out" the club cf Indi-, entire addition of Wildunn'i-not quite t !P3!rihebr"kb0Ve'rU")U0 (in accordance will, il, rchitectuiv 0! the It 1 th .at;o-i' holiday. j are 1 :w ercploje J thereof. It will require j f h ' 1 J J a ' main buildini. It utthe i-t-.ieral trovul taste Let the factory stop. Jet the worker rest, ; upon a plan syisewbat similar to lhoe ia ate ea fully impressed with the superiority et the school b. intermitted, let the roar ! Lifajctte, tho Treasurer and Auditor oc- : cf this arrangement, that wo think it a du of traJo be forsaken, let the stare acd cupyio? adjeiuing rrrn in th? aarsc tulld- j to recommend it to other?, banking-houe bo closed; aud let co readr dii.g. The advantage of Mr. llanpp's jl iu expect tbe Eserxs on Thanksgiving day, j Mr. Grigry e:.t immediately for ibc ' particularly th e. among others: It Ltt the editor, acd tho printer, and the j county treasurer, Mr. Me? ar.tr. and tog;h- ! gjVcs a raoro t.fat and cheeiful appearance arriera, together with all the people er.;. .r with Mr. Win Ilayncs.the fx-rea:rcr, j o the firr-j lire- i: t'uto.wthe heat o it iu- trae.ng, of course, tu Hatihall and the i Mayor, and every ctL.r pocd c;!iz?n meet in the sanctuary, on Thursday, Nov. Cl;h, ccording to the prcclauatbaa of his Excel. : lency, ALbel P. Willard, ti praio G: 1 j "for his mighty acH, aicending to hi ex- ccüeot greatriesa." j Ard let all the people, laying &ide 1 fCular cares and fnvaicus pleasures, ca- 1 l-tA?cr to epend the day in a tuanr.r eon- -aaat to the occasion ar.d the circiustai- tcs.io aito contribute something t the Pilirctijiycntands.bsUntial welfa-e of tho public, on tha present National , rciNxiatts j FE.nviL " i oi ar .utxico I o ie in Tiultd. The tjo-ws by telograph yesterday n;orn ingwasoflhe grestet ainlficanc.'. The rrewident of these Unit, d States ha w cetae aroused to the reeeity ct prompt ir J envreiic action, in the pro ection cf .tiT citizen along cur s )uth-we?cru bor der. For month ha tfio Mt xican bandit C rtina been disturbing the pi ace ar d j Xorihrrn Stato of Mexico this ought quiet of that portion of our peplo w ho j to j!lTe bc,,r, &or? long ago. We hope the livealongthe Hio Grande, and ban even j pfeident i sir.cen? in this matier. acd that ltack-xl. if not taken the town of J ho ji9, tiie tr.ckbone lo put the thing Brcwr.Mille.situa-d cn An.rrican oil. tlirojh. Wec0nqucredthatc0untryor.ee Thi daring outlaw chief iswnid tohavo;an l ouht t!irn to h-vo bei 1 it. lt the under hU command 1500 nten ar.d nir war tfi.in. say we. cannon, and hold pneion of the river : .. fr. a it nouti a far a it i the boundary : TrtanUajjiTiup !. line bet-treeB Mexico ar.d thi Government. i i. . . ii we appe?.i ia tr.j aiexican govern- :-!. n e find ro govrrntnent there to li. ;"UiU?,,""-! . i ...... i n i. our appeal, ii w aK thai the ma- i rsuflrr be pMuihed, wc find no power uf-j fictfTitlv tmrrr t pnnish them. Wh it ' e n wc then do? Thrr i- n i middle ! ground. There in ro ra rteiia in such ' Ce. We-rniMft k tho tua'ter in f ur ' o-rn han!s. We trust dir bc!; the Isü di? punih the rrt trauder, a d citopr-). . taction t c.:r c!? x i . M'Jl ss c stop here? N, we rru: teach those o tllaw a 1 l.-son tbv: ndcr io the rnrs cf Mex that if 'he canr - irpres lwl. s ji.v.i- ', Etocs cf our territory, v.-e cz. a? 1 e will. It i said the Pre .id. at ha deU'ti -r-ed r-.arix cpm, ard hi'id ll o Northero. Mrx- si Ststr. Tl President has ; -t a ration?. id 1 I- :s i n r.-..! 1 e ' re has no- c t . d t o: v-.-c tv i- -, -nd nr ere iV'iCM to -. that the c a".der-i'i-C?.H f i f the Arn.y -n I N.-.-r of Uritt: 5: it?, hi nt !: d.t-.-rm - I t- dj .vrrthi. Wc h p tf ? c'd r..sr r-rtw w i .1? nrrslr. ?r. 1 I k : t . ':0 . i. .. i AA.IA I T .11,- r II ii L- IVIX - i reel urt " S ST! ' - J ttse. Place your "-cr cn th? mp . c .r country, he. tnr.irg a t?v? motith tf th Rio Grand ', ard C-n tlraw the !irr . 1 t t!c sc:th cf we:, v.tll t s."i-e er pcrtin rf the f E.lf c f C u i ! jatlae. wit l ha- ttl. of this lirs a!! the ts'.-- . f Sora. Ch, hauh au, C. a;-j tla , a: d IT' ofN I-eis, ii. s oi, :r. s 1 ruaii p irtica of Ta-nacitpa. Vh Ic - d?.t, io ur jttJgment s'o .ld r.-tr !, sever ha't fo et c ... . . 1 1 r,., f . .j T; cr Ui O this lXi ! IitC I tor ' ly,4y csajfi., of '.hi tbsrnr, thi dwC r5i", t'.i I ll'?a t-r; aider hew ru-.-h f-rth.-r vath ;t i C c r - - .f. f'M 1 rv t m. It i. I 11. that it is of Cortina to dme th- Americana hyord tht Tim Nuec? nd that perhaps already American -load h tita sh-d cr, Amerj ' ;vfj tedady, a v do from two lo :t caa foil ery drop thu he 1 will pro- , hsd cl eatt'is gr. 2 within the enclosure, ducea hundred amed .en. ( k ua rr lo ' ij, prfre an 1 w :er Thera i i irrtyr.iU ntctuUf ia this . b:y pjif h.t.ny,ai,d the gate gctr oTC:ert. Pe&'Jrtr, with is crrr point- ally Ufte pea. We dsi. pre; en J t log finger becko n th: An-lo-faxcn to whose biuc U i. il t. tepe jf ;J tht triebt kic, luxuriant ao l, iov vra- ,c;:et a change. Ü04 climate r.J ublirj-; cer.try rf Mexi ..- CO ChrisCar.itr, with her t.tcWisir t"r-- mtiaTCTj in-an-trt neatest km I let.kcrek.a:hn i-tlurrcts ami her jt! cf mcan-'or in .liter t cc-pj -He-l OCihop-S.uri-sUcucvewent forw ard, graph frou: a coteusporao ar tr avJ ,.ot Cifilixatian, w.th il ts-. thc.sacd cow E'T ' ' 1 f r Ü " 1,1 " V'"d.fi fortf,it iutellfiV.at eifantage. tod iU ,thit hit ! moral instructions, leads with an do que nt tongue in behalf c f giviog a liable and well regulated government to poor, feeble and priet-riddeu Mexico. Six million of enslaved people, tuh-d ltd eppr ssed It military ckitfftaio-, k for protection from the txaction imposed oo the tu. Our own honor aud rrpuUti i a a brave people, ar.d at a government able ad - Illing to protect a citizen, however humble he may be, in all the rights, priv i'edj-t and immunities of a fiee. man, re quirJ lL1 C ch'lUa Cortiaaa and hi r ..i,... : t .1 :-i ' c" " "UI er be tu repetition of Li la lei acts. Ha this feeb! Administration gut the rerve and the Jeter'uiuaiion.t i path for ard thi new conquest T We shall tee. . U A serious break occurred iu the Ca r.al cear Kossuth Locks ome eighteen mile Southeast of thi place, on Monday night of last we k. It wa undoubtedly the result of the malice of some evil di- posed person or peron. Thetowiog-path embankment wa cut between 10 o'clock p. i u. and daylight, and by the time of discov ery, there Lad been a hundred fest in Ienslh of lhe Caual wah! 0Ul l R I ui f iui or icq teei eiow iue oriiiary .-o.- toTTi. Similar injuries have beta perpetra- ttd nearly evtry year fvr the past aeven or t .! . - . . V. . . 1 -..1 Uolwilll!nJic lh' UlRi0Sl viilanCe "f lU' ofru'M. ,oorv l'r ,eM Jatnau hai frsui'C i tr.errirom. a ine auai na j re eer.llT change i maament. it wa to be ! one two or threo wecic tiu:e to repair it, an , a. expe.Jaure of otno rive hundred lltl 1 . .:.. tT- .l . 1 I - - - - nouirs. 1 a-cuz-n oi u oruarqiou nave r itirr or nrl irr tnn h ave uy froa tletr -ubscripti jns, atd it 1 thcu:;ht th? datcare cau be le-jtre I in tict i fr f-rihcr oavijation this seaou. Sever" al boat 3ra uot lytn l clow tle trcaa j - 1 f rraiti. Hour at-d iron ; j with full ciro? for tl.ii plce , XT Wo Icirr: Irora lo Ifavel Courier J that a daring attempt ws r:.a Jc ni.ht t- ; ere!-'. ;o r.-b U C-i.ty Treasury i f 'Varr-.-n co-nly. A few miaute i after tbna j j"cl ck Hr. I. F. Grcü';ry was awakened ; f rata a s.uJ (.luiur by a tre':er Juouh I 'Xpl-r.ioa, evidently ia the dirtrtica of 1 the Co-ri Houso ijquarc. He pot ep. , i , ,. . ' drtfcd Liru;i i.urr.tdiy, acu ihtu g a lantern, wen, tj LU clii.e. which is iuiwc- , diatcl - ad-oisin ih-AtvftU- Treasurtr'a ' . , , . It seers the burjlur did rr; ncehia ar-r-r.s:h and 1.2 entere I LU oftcc unci-: II- ! - rved. He erat ! h'T the lurgtars a. ; work in the nest re-am; but in n racaicnt they ceaud rpraticu, and, pauic to , listen f. r an instant, rushed pell well tLrui?l; a baci: vri:;J j?'. iv which 'htV bal tiT.cte l an entrance The ,C:m are , unci the s'oucdibcr, ?r d are arranjfd i ene - e 1 the oftlec Thev found tvervthicg ; in the gw itct p.s-ib!a caAulw. The outside door and tho bottom of the hafo had been blown u:T, but tho im.ir d re-! mair.c 1 cc ;re, an 1 the r.om y was found j t3 be undi-turbed. ; A d nf j owder l-!'. by the burglars! w.i four.-' in the otiicc, and but for the; tiuit - ly arrival of Mr. Gregory the inside ' door would d ultle-. hv I eu blown .p.-a aud the nuuey stole o. It is iutiuia- j ted that the County Ceaimis,ioucra will ; tlTor a reward cf 500 f'r the arrc'. and! c nictutt uf the b irglar. - J ou. A.i T um l i-i--s.a-4. . ..f.tlrr. vttife ! war c?w b.v'.us ta sraoolh t.-j j rtukleJ tevr.x." The Administration b-t i- being .... . , t I aroofvl to the importance it protecting 1 tt- American citizens on cur ucstcrn frun-; tier. Trps nre marc!in to the liio J Grande rind aooii n om iv exwcUo hear the 4 roar cf the cannon und clash of arm. The Adminis. ration ban determined to seize on The fil!-iwin churches have united Lr ( 'T"i :. . r.i Tl.nr.'jii' i nar.Kgivni r in "u ui . -.-.....,, 'he 21 h ist. vir: L ougreKtionaii., it . ! . " 2 . n ..... v.. i i. "in.-iii s irr it n. . - ' r au. The m .t ticg will bi 1 houo of the Conregitionali't will bi hald in the u'l o'clock. . at. Intro iucto.-y ervi:. H.jV. S ;-rrraa. Wet. Dr. Gird - k s w ev, C! js i g g r vi res. Eev. E. G. Tn : r. H. t rdirlior.. EeV. Dr. Jcwc'.t. , -r . . r...h Ti.i van 1 u c o r g re 1 1 o 1 1 s ami ti.e poo- ! eufMllv, tir-invitM t af.cn i , T Th- Vrr.rnrt Tiir pire ro'uco 1 the Sht:i:rf Kr.:: c -mty, that it will c;v t 'ore f v Esiv r xc ju 't , 0:1 tho le-T.U tnu iuty rue a-.i i.e. a j I....! - . .1 I . . .- , I ' "oiing 10 hw. The law j rov.ie that , th" Sherdf in :! " UiZU rr .l c'-K h r . a -de or. ( x'C -t 1; t rc- w u s iCt il. . a twTm n r p:;: d l.e a, . i! s t rip- r - prr.; '..! t .- :.'irt.oM ; f t A i ' hat l' 1 -jT.ee i , IhUi - I Ib - i. .. ;'. I t.c ieir. ri." I v t:.a j .-.i- f i . mi.', hr .. a ct, . 1 1 ." ' i. . aja -. 'i u.sl'wil pra.-i Cl- u i i y - j ' ..hec.ur:LMc..i7 u-;.-:.t .st ? j .ira'.nti cl a b:.r.g s r .!.. rti '0t T? j :op e 1 to tt si ur'J rt a of, ! fr :Y : t' Vit r j ss vd- . ; 1 1 j r vi t e V i - j C J t.-s", t'l. .'? o .-.'. C....; , t S'.f?4.7 ? lhi r. iv,-. f n.t. e--.. r-'.'l t f.'ir k p tif f, J c T..J . i.'U-, a s f?i.t r n t t ' Ut:r ;h- mw ,n t I I 1. J.r.i. i t i: I i ett- .. Vi .I V I le;yc ""?o tl.r 'xrr.-e r-f rc t 3 r t ,fv0 ! , I vdJ a 1 eictifjl an 1 :Vtai Iii! f.--r:e -' d l V Ce.;t H ;ra; f r v t tu sii-.ir-.; t -r c. t ai- ju re tM tt ;.?! f r- of j J ii: v rt a:..' j-. Hit f arc if o c;t , Äia.;.-turn wu!d 0 iu .ch ef.hä'.Ci J tfr Puaruxes er tiik Atct-Ts. We n i l in Hunt's llercbauU Mr.zine that Croe-us possessed in lauded propetty a fortune qual to jCi,7lH,O0l), letd Uro imauu of mor.ey, aud furniture, nhkh amounted ta a i) equal num. He uie I t j say that a citizen who did not poso enough to ip- j port in ary -r a L'iou, v.-as ra.t enlitU-d to bu called a rich laiu. Thu philoiophtr Seneca had a fortune of 3,500,000, or ruare than $17,000,000 Tibcriat, at hU drtlh, l-ft which Caligula a pent in twelvemonth. Vepatan, ou acnditg the throue. etiroated all the expensc-n of the State at JC5.000.WO. The debt of Mi lo amounted 000,00'), or more than $H, 000,000, At the assainatiou of Caeaar, Anthony wa iu debt to the amount of $lo, O00.U00. He owed thin am on the idea of March, and it wa paid by the kalends ol April. (Where i the man now. a days j who could liquidate auch a debt iu o ahor; i atime?) He squandered $117,000.000.- Appia aqaandered iu dt-bsuchfry more thrn $2.500.000, aud finding, on the exam- ination of hi affair, that he had only $ 103- j 0O0, pyoned himlf, because he con- aidered lhat tuta tuaufticient forhia mainj j tainaucc. Ceaiar gave Sattula, the tnotlm I er of Drutus.apearl worth $50.00,). Cle" , . I oputra, at an eotertatnmeat hhe gave to An-; tony, dissolved in vinegar a pearl worth j $100, and he swallowed it. : . j ETThe IndiauapoliH Journal nays eih- I tem couteatanta for the Presidency of the Indiauapoli Chea Club havu entered the y - lit, and the playing Wednesday niyht j ; Were present. To HavK IKx. Lax W.le.-T- be 1 . . i i . . iure Ol a IJOOu SlippiV 01 eiTx ill Winter, I rly ir. the tprm ns .ilk'.i Thn v.illrta rsf Im. -arlr I b-uod will b larra pa-mMi to lav lateio ; tLC fAj aoj if thev are supplied with warm ciuarter .und beeide bein well fed w ai ill lju.ll ;vi uii uvil-u ail ( ,th prain, are allowed, occasionally, a I few fcrapi of fro.h tuest Ih rown to thtci, they will cor.'inue to lav all winter. Old hfn if lr,att., luUS( vvin Drloa iCCCrae q,litf rro!i5.. u:i r : should be sup- .... ,ttl(i ,innp.!p.i : Shells. ul-ci;U!v in winter when tho hens mol troour2t?j0 firtic!es elieffherc. 1 m . m 5cjets:o UuriL. V.'ha'cver adde to the happiness, tho comfort or the converi f, . . . , uce cf tuehttaian faanly, and at the sarao tiosc curush the expense of living, is great public benefit. Tho iuven'or, or hi . t i r reprcwr.attve. : a pubne lencfectcr. Wc wer. ltd ! tht' leScclior: whi! trarmir- cur-l?. during the late coll i weather, before i che.rfcl coal tiro, lender c.l doubly cheerful aud warmth glvbs, by an improvid manner of etting the grata and uraL-ii' the draft, the corstrüctien of which. isknown done in thia region to j Mr. C. C. Ktapp and hi employee. Yo fr, th,- r.wi-i fUr ini th. nsnount of fi:ol rjec-ary lo to warm the room, and catries a'.ui.;si all the du'?t up the cl imae v. Wc cor.fi 'ctly rt-comraend Mr". Knapp' vh to t)u - jMic. tho very bot thnt f.a been devi-td. Jj We find tht following artido viarkiJ n Bradlev't Home Gatette, published iu Philadelphia. Perhaps fome of our oldest u. habitants may have U. n presei.t ou the occasion alluded to : Oooo "Sora yir ao Mr. Kidwell a- preachin: to a lt.r audience in a wild part of lllinoi, and announced forhis j text: "In mv fsthtr house are many iransior.." lie ha t scarcely read th wor 1 when an old co .n stood up and Mid: "I tell yon. folks, that's a lie t I know his father well. Ho live fifteen miles from Lexington, in old Kentuck, in an old log . . h .. . . fbin, and there am t but one room in the !luUs," "At another time the sain.- Ucivortalist preacber wa toohimg lor'.n in a meeting house in Terrc Haute. He had gone about 1 hnlf through his discourse when a man cum? in, quite the wor-e for liquor, and reeled up in front of the pulpit, whore he teadied himell and listened . Tho preach er was earnest in proving that there is no hell, and ured the Universal doctrine with ' great eloquence till the po..r drunkard be j low cried out to hint "That' it. Kidwell, my old friend ! Make them word" fri.', or if you don't I'm a ponrr "That broccht the sermon to a close. It wa aa application quite unexpected, but. ill the more forcible on lhat account." ' A Gat Wimzu is Wamiinotox. The U'nbinton Statu sav: A irav winter " , , - .. enjoyed here Church at ' ' apeted to coiumeno witli tho ap i proacbiug session. Most of the members ! t .ii i nt' .i r jot bwia uranenpn wm Dring tneir larauios ! along with them. Tho hotels nnd board-r.gdivise- have fottunately extended their accommodations as t" probably enable t'.cr to n.ctt ucL Tcj u i 1 1 ion i insy be . .. ?n " ,ranMM-1 unrr'' - j IT TLe quetom of fcllo ing the Mtho- i ! Jss. Cur'Vn.eii t romli.i 'n ro tlii'l two cofntcutiio yar 10 clur ol the nnie clinrch. i creatirr c ini durable s i i r in thai )Jfn;.irj,lin .j ,h;. n,it, Conference ' " pM R T.c f,Ttint, tU Get.err 0orlrrcf. tn Ä,lKntl ,e r..)e t.,t,kt Tect er."! 1 f ih; ti. f of Ln., in Fi.xnf,t h ls-i i r. dv.i 'o-y man oot, sr. 1! p-ib'ir ! in a -!. ir..--p--!e sktog re ,f U'-il! M1' - !aon .'f dr 1 .kir.i hall te 01,41 1- i 1 1 -1 . c r s i: r M- tr ,c'!n t- thj rire-- t.r,.n Ar.v 's-i :v. k: pr mis hare .11- t . ! r v h j 'pp!:d the p.-ju.-r :: -bUj any itdi- - - ' vhIjC o.av hiv. v.'-ie hi:. If drunk to .Le xUuif.ii btl be Jecmc I and u u, i,- -hU t. p :c: l t d r r l ini-' i I 1 AVl'VSt V a:fif!' ; a Ctnirai KaÜrctd, e Prids Crrdrij?e City, thre r-rn r 1 j ' e D d. 1? l r J -. . J' 1 ht ero k.'dc l j 1" Ai s"t'iij t' r' thf Tra.- rrrV I r Wirrtn C "-t ly, lr I , s r-.-a 'c T. r?.s-laT nht lat. l y M.is :r p !l e fo It r t frui.Bi d. -. - JJ' Gen. IT. itn" i' jratieu as ti.y. rrr?rcf Text "nr 1? p -' sTiir t: .:. at f r - I T he a '.bUee a f:i'fj n th-' h,"i tx f f ra'rtr d in Tets Th" ri-t'-r- c f Gi. 1?( t the United a'.t Stütte i roaidc 1 ;t cr- ?ti C 'srcsTK'- ortFi ft o s or MLr k Maie Cv.iftiiio f f thea.t of Malta of Ohio w. Jdl t C-Muubia rnTeelay ai d Wedr-t-s !r rf sst wee- A plan for ihr f-r;"r stiur. and Gover r:'ce nt of the rr d Council cf the S.ati ws aKre f' ) ard a f ititajti adopted. , , 1 J Iu a fvw djs we hope to l.ava car arrr gn.f . cotople'l s that wc cao iro lh ntrltfts e?ry rr,a:nirf, froi very quarter. Nett tewil Ahbry l;iic hohl al Ant tlou. It wna a Kieüt Mow ta Lord Itjrou'a priduwLrn ho ttaa compelK-J, In rd?r to j.ay his dtbtii. to aell Newatead Abbey to hia cht ichovd fellow, Colonel Wildman. We find thu following in one cf our ex change p.ipnr: "It U r't puited that the venerable and claic pilf at ?ewtead, the residence of the late Coloiul Wildtaat., togethfr with the t-state, excet-ding 3,0ü0 acrri in txU-nt, will horily bi brought to the hammer in one lo; The lam lamented owner of Nw aU'ud rurcha.-ed the i täte iu ibiä for J 1.000, and i r. e that period ery lare urns of money hav been expt nded in im rravin it, o that, independent of the prtt increao hicU haa taken place in the valuu rf landed property daring the list Uv years, there ia every rcusou to ex pect that it will fetch a Very Lißh price. The connection of llyron with this charm it's: rural rttreat will ald,r.o doult, tct as aJJiliuiial attraction to purchaser. It i aid the late Colonel Wildman has left the j wholw cf hi real and perional property to ulow for 1 1 ft. Willi remainder to Li brothers. There aeem to I.j a iniatake here, as to the irice. In IM'J, ßrrou wrote to his friend William Hauke that NewsUad had en, bu',' by auction, at Uarroway'a (in on lnortj,age ou lhe eslate fur th,e0 ywr( paying interest. However.it waa notfeold a time, only l0,000 having been of fcreJ or 'J. 11 79,lffleply Mr. Claughton, for 1 40,0Uv), hi principal lH,in? Chaudo Lclh, of StoneUigh Abbey. The purchaser backed out. Xewa-tead re turned to Ityron. Clauhton forfeited, and actually paid over 25.000, which Hyrun reet ived, writii: to Moore, at the same u i r, iiia-. Mii i jTi vei i ii. e iroin ut very j retnly run ed. It wa finally t-old, .wi.ro Dyrou wan in ii-t.y . io coione i ui man, who i aid to have expenlJ il,- er i l .1 1 1 1 1 m ii i.-if rn I co. I he exhibited hn been nmt'h admireil. It 71 .Vr. ?' "JlrV.-VI';. .V4:..1: I.". 9 . .. i ,r i . . i i .. i . .1 . 1 t .... 11 . . ukuui ui tua via aim dum iic'i iciio -iai- Tits rawfcNPU (Jt mui. It i.s.id that the Trench army lo -l it confidence in Napoleon .- Cieuei al An Italian corret vitvn t.v t ti t 1 u s a 1 nu4ii v-n ' pondeut of the liulrpendent writt- thst be has the fact on ih bet a?ithiriiy, frotn a Captain of the Staff, who related it U. me recently in the preaenee rf mx other officeia rUurnio-. like him-elf, from S -If rino, and wh: c oRfirmed hi vintL-ment which weit as MIowi-; "Yoa rei You recurob.r." l.e slid "tliat famout icrderofthe day. uiid lliu teloram to lln- Lraprcss after Ma-jenta? He said: 'A di- j vUion of the Imperial Guard ha covered i itself with sjlorv; i or a whole day it hs j suita;ßtl(j tj.ft 8,c2k cf forty thousand A'is- i triins,' etc. Now, how do you explain j that on the morrow MeMahon. who hid ! co:ae onlv at the end cf tho dav, received thc h,lu)!s cf it. aud wa .n;, Jo Duke ; ,,f v,.,ta .md I'i.-ld MarJial?" "Whv." aid I, ":l was ca ecoount cfthe t'm.dy help 3 ru' urousi. to uie vicicr.ouo, iji (XHius- to 1 Guard-" 'N(.'t in lhe least,' replied the captain, "tt to'ua cemme ta terlt V hi$loire! I was there, aud I can tell von wnsi no body will dare to publish in I ranee, thougls nH cSi GUHrj$ became known among the corps, McMahon a a great irritation prevailed, a mounting almost to rebellion . "Since all the glory is always given corpt chtri (they daII thus the privileged Guards,) let them liirhl alone! we will not do anything more t Early in the mornicsr McMahou, sharing the Kin;r cf Li eoldicrs, went to the Em peror nnd ttld him in what stata of mind nis troop were, charging him with ijus lie s toward tho.-e who had, in fact, won the battle, and saved hita (the Emperor) fioni the greatest danger. Napoleon wa surprised. 'What have youdaue?' said ho to McMahon; 'why did you come K late, after 1 sent you so many orders to come to MagentaT' McMaboo them begged tlie Emperor to follow biro; he showed him on J e ground, strewn for several miles with the bodies of dead soldiers, that he, Mc Mahou, had to fiht and overcome the bulk of the Austrian army in order to reach Magenta, and join the Emperor, that but lor his timely coming the Emperor wa en veloped by th! enemy, and, finally, that his ilajety ha 1 icaJe the enormous blun der of takiug for tbe whole battlo that which ho had witnessed, and which only an episode, and the least part of it! It was then, in order to quiet the murmuring sol diers of McMahon, that he made the latter Duke and Marshal; but, ever iuee the eg regious mistake of Magenta, there is not an oPacer or a soldier in the army who ha tho least faith in the military genius of the Km per or. Important I)kciion A Sheriff 'i sale has been set aide by a court in Wayne county, because tho real estate advertised to be old wa not advertised in the "news paper printed nearest the said real cjtate." It is therefore held that where any news paper is printed even the distance of one square nearer lhe property sold man mat in wlUch the properly is advertised, that such Vi;es are vol(, iue derived under them liable to be set aside. V.z. We 'yesterday made reference lo the above deciion. We now find the above in an exchange, which embraces the point in the case. We would not be at all surprised if much difficulty and liti-ation would ;row out of the receut advertising in this county. -. . IT The New Haven llegisler suggesti that the mxt milit-iry company that the Republicans enlist to invade the south be calb'd tho "Seward Irrepresd.bi.'' the regimental to bo a dark Lrottn. , J7 A horiilde crime ha come lo liht at Carthar?, Illinois. Tho bn ly of a murder ed infint -pi, f nin-l ia an old wrll. The . . . . . a mohi r id iho child proved t 'o i i,ing 1 Iv t.M.o I Csrliri" Bo-'o, h had ''"rn adoplt-d i to tioj family .-f Jarno A. Win twn, E-q ,n.'i Mr. U". , n h as t1ther, lud throw.! it ii fo lh" II t hide l!ie harn-. Thee f.-ts we? ,r-tbliihed by Mi E r..nf'.-.!o-i. She pt. tends tint lh child v h;.rn di id. hut a pj-t moTtro pi ai id thn i'- nu't h.'e b-.sJh.i y is l. "-i tn jil aitii'p S'i i', but W !!: r, who i a pr..t.ii rtd "it izeu, bss ficd. . -. - If T - irulh -, C'srh-r TUtrs ?! h,:iCsi in hi p. lilirat vi.w a-d vmi I ft. x!e the iri . i . that pur.C ipl's ;t .vph S .rrv we cauml Ttturn lhe ffi.pliiuett T!.o 'Pith i. Co'kerJy I""'? "V 1 : s , i s. 1 i ir MirKU f C'llf J'p"-i J At 5t-ult'iral la;r at C. i.:nd n, G.irotii-., " FrMay, l- ' Af- r-r.s -rr- rxhibi'e'! ' I r!ttt- 1 x rt ,rrd of a livrt K'uUtt. . IV Lily Vet wiJo tf th- Ute S;r Hubert If!, is dtal. tsha retired to rrt in apparent g -j 'd health, and w , fnud i t at 1 rt, -r f: i r. dsd in !c r bed. If L,l Krst.in !. pre.r;,v.--d tre ttam'-r V- x to Ctsiii McClit-t.ch, ' la'o i-ail.it-. t s,,! icrv f -t C"ii'ri-5UP.d-r a. a ren- ird fr hi my'.-tiux:s eiv'tc iJ' The N. Y. cn server (Oil rK,d Pre bvt riat.) itheordy ppr in lhe free Stt( that i in cvrnet 1 have John IM!n, and his aocis'.s hur,arJ who It on c'ritiirt grounds. IT -t.a!or Ibf lericV s pei)i!l rtte t but little over $ y Hi real estale 1 as tun swetn loir wcriU $lS0,n), iL? th ly menfy val im of w hieb la rents is :i f 1.0. Tht projrty i nther heat i 1 n etirnbert d. JTtT The Washington Constitution j announces tliat it lias "conudence in the perpetuation of th Union, in the j triumph of nntional, p atriotic men, and tho defeat cf eectional traitors." The pill.us of tho Union ar) safe, are they, notwithfctandin the NVnt York elec tion? It is well. .... - ITTLe editor cfthe Cinciuu&ti Unquirer knows well that, even J if ' nominated at Chailcitou, Mr, Dojgla could not get the electoral vute of a sinlo Southern State; without the support of theenlire South Le knows that gentleman could not be elec ted to the Presidency; and, knowing this, he knows lhat in endeavoring to secure the election of iu favorite by the National Democratic Convention, he i doing all in his power to accomplish thodifeat of the Democracy in ItQO, to i ring about the elec tion of a Ulack Republican, and to render a dissolution of the Union inevitable. We will not charge lhat this is his object, but it will be the effect of hi labors if they should be successful. Vet, the Kuquirer, n Lt-ther to gratify its epite against the ad ministration of Mr. liuchanan, or from tome other tnolive, persistently attempts to aid lhe aspirations of Mi. Douglas, by mirep rehentme and perverting the rcnlicncnt of the Southtru Democracy in regard to him and hii heresies. Luuitcilit Cuuritr. - - - X-'if Thf Hi. Louis Hopublicun, re fcrring to the annual message of John Uosä.the President of the Cherokee Xation bay a: 'The message ia one of the best writ- ten public documents w have eVer r.,i.l n.l v.rv cw f i,A ..w.oM,a ..r tho white Governors of tho Union equal i it m style or in the propriety and wis- domofitasuggeaions. Mr'.Uo.sad. vocates, in eloquent and forcible Ian- gua-e, ihn adoption of measures for the diffusion of education, morality, and temperate and indu strious habits among the Cherokees. He addresse s f Ilia jIullVy lilre IfllT.trJ n unfitin re which migh't with propriety bead- dressed to many of tie white h -!a- loraoflhf. eoinitrv. bv tellin-r thorn i ii1!,fa.inllii.iIl,1,r,J ,,n .1, ,i, by example and precept, to inculcate harmonv. sobriotv nuritv. and mlriot- t. 1 t . (HUM IUH M y t VV VIU VIV IUIIMI, I in, in your respectivo neighborhoods . 1 . . s I uid districts. As legislators you can do more to advance the public good, by rising above personal considera tion?, enacting judicious laws, and prowdinij tho necessary means and the proper men to execute them. 1 speak thus pointedly bcerui? I think you will nree with mn that th times demand it." 8nril fc. VVIllait!. Thn desperate condition cf the Demo cratic party throughout the Northern State is evident from the eaernevs with which they grasp nt the minuKst circumstance, that can by any po-ibility connect the names cf leading Kepublican statesmen with the fanatical adventure of 0iowato roic Drown. The uamei of Seward, Oree- ly, Gi ldings and Hale have been held cp as most undoubtedly conniving at, sup porting and sympathizing with the insur rection. Put o far there is not a particle of evidence that would for a moment be listened to in a court of justice, tending to show such a connection. It is all mere as sertion, a lie manutactnred by an unscru pulous party out of whole cloth. But suppose Gov. Seward had Hood in tbe shoes of Gov. Willard his own wife's brother being himself one of th- head con spirators a Captain even in tho rank identified with the movements from begin- inS to end, would not a burst of indigna- tien I hentd from Maine to Georgia Georg would not the Democracy swear on a pyra mid of Bibles, lhat the comnlicity of the great Republican leader with the schemes of old Brown wa fully established? And yet no ltcpublican press has the meanaess or tho stupidity to make such a charge, or to impugn the motive of Gov. Willard in seeking to gave his relative from an igno minious death. That kind of argument is r?served for the Democratic party. They are as much at homo in it a if it were their native clement, and bat for the intelligence of the people they might succeed in mak ing a fjtt dupe.. A? it is the receipts will not cover expenses. Gothen Timta. Democratic llatfoim for 1B50. Maim:. Shall the " Woodpecker law" bo repealed? Massachusetts. bhall tjie Ped- lar's License Law" be repealed?' New York. Shall the CTnion be t Us- troycJhy Old John Drown and his 'one little nigger?' Shall geese b- allow ed to run at large? Ohio. Shall the law against "u-luU tertint whbky" b. permuted to stand? Illinois. Shall theio be a bchool house 111 "I'-rvrt Use ill "lvrVPt- xr ,, ., , a S -uicHiGAN. r?ii?ui ute law trivinir bounty on "irolfs scuhs" h repeal- - - "n" ...19 ii a Wimjoxsin. Shall the law against killing muskrutx out of season be al lowed to stand? Minnesota. Shall the - Pembina Lullnn," En n-Ahibif-d iVam l"'ll IJiUIIIUII'.U liVill I Villip ine ueinoeratic ticKet more man live times each, at every election. lhifolo f.spres. B vknum's "IraxI'stan." This somewhat celebrated estate m Bridge - port, Connecticut, for thirty Vcar known as I T. Barnum's summer res - idonce. has been purchased bv Elias Howe, Jr., the inventor of needles used in the most popular sewing machines of tho day The ctouwIh have been .. . . . muell unproved Since .Mr. Howe pur- chase, and when the new and splendid nrtiision aviucli lie is about erectin, . . .... j (at a cost of .r,UlMi. it is Mid) is tin ished, Bridgeport will be abl to bean ofcontaming one of the most im- posiiij'and fustly privato re f idences p)sinjj ana fustiy privato ifiiaenccs in .ew Lril inil. 1IU3 is but the t.- itiinate scriptuial leMilt of judicious eilott. ms one who ha 3 l-.boud as haid in rtriVn-, Mi. Hone has. i, justly eiitiOe l lo oie.i eoi n 5nvr.din-' r.r. ' I -s An '.dNNTMLM OF A .StMTUR K TlJ-L Tin; I'lvce or Brouep.ick. Judge II. V. llwi, vf Marvsviüo, ha 3 bc-n ap piint' vl bv Gov. Vell:r, United States :;ator. to fill the vacancy occasioned bv tho deathof Mr. Ilroerick. The Maryvil! Democrat say that Judge Haul will stArt for Washington in the steamer cfthe 5:h cf November. The MarysviÜe Etpte says Judrre llun ts n native of bcott county, Knilucky . He revl law at j momenta were koftcned by the at the Transylvania fJiiiter&ity. and wasj untium cf his children and of a wife admitted to thf Barcf Kentukv in 1 He was elocte J to ofiice of Cuu'ttv Attorney of his native county. In 183-" he it moved to Clinton coun ty. Iowa, and in 1340 was elected as a dthate from that county to the Constitution which ts adopted that year by the people. II-:- came with his famth overland i this State in 181?, and loraied in this city in Jvjuary, 18uO, when it was but a littl camp of tnts. He was elected the first County Judge of this county m the spring of 1850, find filled the office with honor to himself and to the entin aatisfnetion of the people. At the expiration of his term cf service, 1'. retired upn a farm up. on th Yuba river, whre he has been ince entprpd in agricultural pursuits.- m,,t U" A DibaUraaya the ra!nitrs cf.tht ODtpl o Jght to tt thtukful tht they hire icsped thfprttchtr kFltr'1 io long. JOT At tl;ö Gibgou County Kair quite a novel cxmuuioti was xr.iuc. 1 lie Claron thus deaonbes it: About 3 o clock Mr. irtt-phen lead and Iiis wife entered the ring fallowed by their twelve son and two daucht- ! er.i, each on a fine gray steed, and in the order of their ages. I hey pro ceeded around the rin, while the band fctruck up Hail Columbia, and drew up iu front of the Executive, when the President made som very appropriate remaiks, after which the mammoth family was vociferously cheered from one sid'j of the grounds to the other. j The tr.iliury are preparing an cncan. j m.rui. We give a very brief statement of this j (;ov.Wi will rc-:m to Ric1 rr.-rd to family. The old gentleman wa born j morrow. in 17L3, and came to this country in i 0 hive cavalry, artillery and infantry, 1819. Mrs. Mead was bom in 1003. j ,ul:citrl to encounter a Mtnll army ol The two were married in 1C21. The frtfrxif.it!. oldest son is 30 jears old and the! " jt rtuuored lhat Gov. Wit has receiv youngest 17, Kleyen are married and e , d;,ratcie!l froru Gov. Coase, if Ohio. We 22 children. The fourteen ehil- iKformi ,lhn lUl a !argc body cf men, dren of Mr. Mead were all born in . , .tmui ar., nr, (ibou county, and all now Mo here but one, and are the best of citizens.! None of the family have di -d. and all now lKk hale aud he.irtv. e- An Economical Wood Sawi:.--A German wood sawer went to the ofiics. ; of m Attorney m Larmon Block to , make ins tri. lie uvea ou ins own ; fiee hold in the West Division; had neilI,er w;.w nor in r wurii pt a distant cousin ; o wed not a pen neither wife nor relative in the world ' 10 ÜUe; and was worth, M ap. peared from the will when ünished, or four thousand dollars. All this b:id accumuatod by sawing wood lU haJ follü;ved ,e P110" for eaF?' oiwunnuinaing n s g,eat.- ge, cunging icaitii ana anuety to in e tne remainder 01 nis aavs wunoui it. Ho sawed his last cord only quit the busings when he fell at the saw buck, probably never again to get upon his - 1" lübl lie cou.u n feet. At most he could live onlv a ifowwceks longer; yet to gave a lew S co.,t, ue iiau goi ' qiHltances to carry him to the aw- I'll A 1 t 4, t 'r s lfll.ce tha!1 h3 lhc , t'jii Imti W hon Hi.a ' til ma- a cj vi s r f ia l iiiiii ii ui nag uiau. (which distributed his property among fxeveral of his German friends, the lawyer spok'i to him of his condition, uuu juiwu una iu jju nuiiic auu piw- uiro more nourishing food than he had been in thu habit of living upou, r.s the bebt means shook his head and l i i 4 . t i . ; t-aid with a groan, "Too much cost!' He paid the attorney's fee in fivo and ten cent pieces, and was again carried down the stairs and placed on his bod in tho avagon. Chicago Journal. TlIItlLLING I.VCIDKNT A CONDICIOK I on a Cow Catchek. Our readers doubtless recollect reading a thrilling incident, publi-shed by us bonae time since, of an engineer, upon some West ern railroad, having crawled down up on tho cow-catcher of the engine and saving a child which was playing up on the roaJ, from destruction, by throwing it otF the track. An inci dent of precisely a similar nature, and displaying as much heroism, occurred cn tho I'ennsylvama railroad last bri day, the particulars of which we gath- cr from the Holiday sbur St: j A 0 f f j j t t j ! v. . , , , 0 Manuaru: trains coming ' . . Il l T rounuea a snarp curve, near uar- ree bluing, a station aooui twelve mues west of Iluutiugdon, the engineer saw a small child sitting in the middle of the track, playing, unconscious of its danger. He instautly whistled down the brakes and reversed his engine, but the weight of the train and the high speed at which it was running render ed it impossible to stop before reaching the child, which must inevitably have been crushed io death. In thia emerg ency, when most men would have stood paralyzed with horror, the con ductor of the train, Daniel McCoy, with a steadiness of nervo that lias few parallels, ran to the front of the engine crawled down the cow-catcher, nnd holding himself with one hand, leaned as far forward as possible, and as he anproached the child, with a sweeping blow of the other hand, he threw u oil the track. It was the work of an in- ouuii, auu ivuuuicu a iwu ii.suu . f. - . and cool head to accomplish it, but he , waf 4 10 the emergency. The ' " imiicuiaici aiuppevi, .uiu ' ,rnin.r haok. tr,A rliil.l u- fnnn.l Iviiwr aibv,,,a """"" v"-0 .. 11 1 ' aUUe 1043101 a 6maM embankment, some nr ;u leet ironi tlio track ol the 1 tw t 1 t.-t 1 . I. .,.1. .1. .. . . . ... . - - - - - road, alive and kicking, but somewhat stunned and bruised. The child be- longed to a farmer named XelT, iei- i u,n.-? immediately along lb- read.- UarHfhurQ Patriot. I - M.VUAML De STAEL's OriNIOX OF Schillkk. I saw J?chiller, for the lirtt time, in the sa!xn of tlie Duke and ! Duchess of Weimar, in the presenc of 1 a ewetv as enlightened a- it was ex - alted-, "e WAd V . V5 . ! he had never spoken lt. I maintained ; w,lh some warmth, the superiority of it ii- ui. our system over that of all others; he did not refuse lo enter tin; list with , error, U Jnir of tho i ptr.ion th.o the j 1 me, and without feeling any uneasi-j itfDt of tho Circut Com had been legally '.......-ffll. a ami i.l.rtll. i".-r. Ilnif flnl - nv ".w.v.,,1 .v.1.0 uj ' uneasiness from the diilicully and flow- l i .-v j i f Ik sialif1i 1a 4i vriri.c..l li i ii iii 1 r 111 I'rencii, WttllOltl urM.ling Hie opül- ton of his audirne..- which .19 all j him. his ronvk-iion cf right ; Cornell, d him to 6eak. In order to. v-"",r,,,u """ , "i"' " vt-' 1 4U ",' ,,, ,v"' "- . arms -vivacity and ph asant'y : but m i what S: hiller said, f o-tl discovered j H';an-V ideas through th imjv.Mlimo!it i c t hi- words; I was so Mntck with I , . . . . r . ... 1 I 1 J iii.il stnipiicnv oi cuaiacier, wnicn iui a man ol genius to .:.-a; huo-ifthuj m a coutesi wnt-ie speec.i was want - ing to jxpre; hi thoughts; I lound htm i-o modest and mdill- ti tit as to what concerned his own sucees, uo I pr-u l and . animated in tl. dcfyn.e ...f what appeared to l.im to bj truth I ol wnai appe: that I vo.ved to lam, from thnt mo ment, a friendship tep'rte wil!i admir ation. .. I I I ! .. I Auached, tvbue a el YuUi. ov n , lici.-ekss disease, tlie uifierint-ö of his who deserted oualit.ee. Madame von ! Wolzogen, a friend worthy of compre i hending hun, aked him, a few bcuns Uf-rc !ii3 death, how he felt? "Still more and more easy," was his reply; and, indeed, had he not reason to place hi? trust in that God whoso dominion on earth he had endeavored to p ro- mote" The charge- biouhtour Af rieati fequadron of beinj lukewarm in th?, attest of the slave trrvle, i-i not borne out by the facts. The Marion ha sent three prizes homo within a short period, and the Portsmouth has jul Bent in the foutth to New York, svhtU the Hiitish cruisers, three timts more numerous, have only captured one in the anie prun). &)vim7fV Jonrnal. --Si tT B jiubJy aaia, " viftthoal l It Wit roMUl Unib-ttt Itricd clrf-dreitt td." A tc-sjp adds, and "without sauce." Jg LEG It APIS nitpatchrs by the f iifoii JUiir. FROM CIIARLESTOWN. Cu aatESTOWjr, Nov. 21 The excit tu nt 1 ion to p-. tr4-- c,..4linti!i'y ar I tho pii ef Saturday has subsided, and no m i rlt!r. IJo .h- i... -!u! t . f :i d. U rmii.. I cicus parties have yet been discovered. srd thor...llv ui.citi-l niovinui.t Gov. Wiee h letter from iiitellig.nt I ihr;,ol..ii tb- ;.oGi-ro n.d -We'.era and responsible parties North a?:d Wet. Sta't, t. u (u- 15 r.n ; an 1 txhilit a asurirg him of the organization of p,.r i unber of It tt-rs f, to r-'kP. r iblc p:irii. tie for the rescue of the pnsoi.t-r. T!i-; jn prins IfKr-.i, t)i.i Ntw Votk, presence oi ire immarj iih fiderce and calmn ia the public uird for ft re.cuff uu,rJü!lü mown. jr. and ; will undoubtedly start f.T Charkow. Gov. Wise is said lo have replied, that if he, Chase, allowtd them to cros t'ie ! tii.o Invnnln rt t p r r roi-c u I i ti ak-siust Qn lhe cbjirge of tfCMOQ A dJ fch was aUo recciTtJ ou .Sut .r s JoLon cf Ohio. Ulating that from fi0 to 1,000 men wrrc fitting for it e rec- e, in that but, under John Prown, jr., cotnicander. IMPORTANT KIIOM WASHINGTON. Wa-hisotvn, Nov. 21. Notbirg cao, a yet, be CttUihed c.nccrr.ir. the precise ol'ject f n i'.dii-g larc bodies of :rp to the IlioGrsn Je, fitrthtr than tLe pru!t cttoa A thit frontier from the attack uf lhe fotas of Cottinrt. To utu rly destroy which, is the purpose of lhe Admiuitrativr, it vat but recently upqoed in otncial quar ters, thnt the two companies from Fort Clark, and the one from U?K-n llouge would be suft;civnt to check the movement 1 t ; or mat tran,,. The au-nectation nf the t.o s jt or drretl, h is tiaUrally excited suspicions ol other co'iteii i late.t jueai-.rt. Variou bpreulatiou are indulged in, t ut lhe m..-t plau-ihle theory founded on certain ieve lations d. cmr d to bo reliable, is that Sjji:i, j pra,.(c llngland meditate ptempt r.c- .;)tl fv,rl,. fatisfactt.-.riof elii.o- in hieb j lhlir -n are interred, and hieb i .i n...;,lt.d, vi..,nr, ..? v,r. j ico, oa the sti'tiiv.tion of a m marchy, no der the protection cf these power. In view of thee circumstance ruul pro I babihtie., the United Sts'es may fel cn- i.trained to occunv ti.e roilht-ru pit of Mexico to secure the aatifaction .d the claims of our own citizen agr.i:!t thst tout try a well fr then-canty of Arr,r- cans on tLe froi.ti'-r'. From all thftt can he i rt9ii.f J, it it- fair to presume thatfcorue of the vessel id the Home Squadron will oou proceed to Vera Cruf, other polls of Mexic- Indeed this icems to be certain, so itittrciipg h i ! the reported puiposes of France, England ; Spain now regarded in otlici.il quart rs FE DM NEW YOllK Ntw Votx, Nov. 21. The funeral obit quips, by the File Deparlruont, in honor ci the memory of the memory of the lae U. S. Senator of California, Hun. D. C. iJrod crick, which had been fur some lime con templated and postponed for various tea sous, took place yesterday. It a not so largely attended a was expected, and some of lb prominent men ar.u junced a pill bearers, failfd ta be precut. The cortege passed through the principal streets, and tie members of the fire dtjiaituent re paired to the University Chapel, where a long and interesting address was delivered by John Danielle, Esq ., of Hochester, re counting tho life, and greatly eulogising the character and service of the departed Senator. The latest computations at Albany foua- I je(i ulon complete official return from all j ,jie coun,ir, cf the State, New Yotk and j Klr excepted, itereise the msjoritv of j Mr joncs for Secretary of State, while lhey 1iavo iho rsuU of lhp CaIiill tv.f,;nii,. .-... At ri,,n,,it nia ! til slauds Jonc. IilC. Kich..o..d lni jotity stand Jone- 1,HI; Kichmoi.d l'n ; o..- BP .,-r, anA rrr.,tt jvi I, w;n nlv Ekv'nitiivisvraituais.-s- - v.-.j t. . , .. vw v..,i, ,n,i R. rec,iv(il( lba tl,; S(,fc,,lMvii u . wwur. The vote on the canal loan, so far n re I rnr1 .1 in llif. Al hrnl rpl lirix I 1 .-4. I .1 i v favor. aD(1 c--170 KiRSt- Mai"rilT in f' i or 2,373; nineteen ro.mti.-s ar.- i.-tyct :rfported. . oruc.i r. o. i. yj . election eW lhat the majority f.r O.den, ! Opposition, is The vote in M -rri I Co :t !v the largest ever eis t's-r-. ! 1 11 FKOM EICHMONI). : EtcutoM, W, Nov. E). The petitiunof . John Drown for a writ of error to the j j.lg meid rendered by the Circuit Court of Jef fcisou county, wa iTce:itei to the S i peme Court cf Appeal yetcsdy Tl e Court, to-day, refused to award a writ of . . i -ri ..: ..:l. .1.. . .. ronareu. ino mi mion -in, ii.t.tjvT, uurW, us sppoird.-d, on thv- 1 ( I Do- 1 ; j.j,,,, .lhi.,lJaucl Muih-sie. 1 and . , ,ifr,M) ,n lU j,(nch. ; nu.n a?ih.m . , - r . . . ii- . .-iti v- l-.vv- I w AMtiMiie, ,,n . v.' l n cou'.q-.ence f it,? rrfHit ..rfurroLcn on u-sr fror-tier-, : K:rf..;u)., b,,. ,;...! : the Libcal j 4Jo ,.rni,.WI.. a di-tii.pui-Ud quarter, 1 1 at i uiet d i te su p-s be t iken it h h j llffi,., n nnwr tr.-a-v . n itl. ,h(.ilinrrn,,.; , f tl.o Cr, te I Sta-'es. fr 1 lLc j .jr;.).i m of .id. . j n,s h4 et The toain fc'5:r ol U,v p'vp 1 i.r rar-j. nent I cii. to t r 1. 1 o2t.' c m-iil-ted Ti ti h.r ai io uf the Hio Gt-nde as aaint the pf d both Kp'sbi. , ihi-partu-r. i i b tried ai d pt.ihf I acccodn to lhe 1st . i tti- M'i't'r n msv ' - arretted. h'.'h th t I HK rnii: k.uUiOad. Aiasar, N. V. Nov. :J2. Il.o ti re. -r .. I .....41. . r ..f iL. Vi m Ha !-.. 1,1 i is.. Uli II i' I I'llt'l JlH-V'-.lli-'i.-l 1 tc advertie and e'.l the i.d f .r i. n pay riint i-f intr'oat Th lYu.fr.. l'er ha pi cej tho nisttr r lhe ht;. ! f the A'tor cey General, tho ;ll prceel at i-nte Jr the art uf Mlo, to 11 th ro.d v. tl all the appurtcr-ances nhOOPOF WAR CONG It LS S Nxn- Yoik. Nov. 21. he tloo cl-wtr Congress at Rob is fti the 01 1 . f t AH "V.l. AH HI VAL OF THLNOUIH i 1 A K. Niw Ytaa, N-v. til Th. tKnthip Notth Star, frcm Apinwtll, arrive I at it. i port t ) dny, o her o-ttward passage. rhe wa on tho retf at French Keja fr ix daj , and in otdrr to aelieve h. r, upward of 400 tonsnf coal erethrown overboard All her passtt)ers wer lan ted before tht hip got oft. The nloop of wat Uraoklrn was at Key West cn the 10th. I gov. wir. at iiAnrr.K's n:Ritv. HAfrii-. - ijr:T, ::..v. e-J. Gov, Wie. and Hatf, are lirr, ppinj vs itl Col. It:tbour, S f t ' Arn ory. Ti.e Oov- I ri;f r . th' .f I .i rt.r eery provi-- urging L;m to ! e p.-pucd, for pathe at. tjrndng in 'i.c' S;at . The fj'iUi" o to Msriinaville U-oight; ei Col. Smith, if iL Virginia Militaty li.klit itc. t ith thr fttir.on and howifrs. Ltve beiti cha' p d t Chr.rlestown. Gov. W.,' . il! r - ) i to Pichtn-i.d i A PltlNTIIi: MlTKPKltK.D. Isi-iax.sroLi, Nov J2 A c.impo-ilor m the Journal i fi'ce, named Wiu. Stnily, v a found thin niori.iü it:fuii:ble. on i 1 slsir way loading ti e -il. i. ui.Jr the-Orient "1 Hc-jc, uhcre. it xva at tr-t -.uppi.tcd, I hid falh.'ti. S'jb-Hiu. nt iutetiatii'u proie- lhat h- had I f-n s'r.:ck with a luug sl.tt au J r..,b(-d 11. i.-d t 0 clock thi p iu No tlco to hi r-".:rdt r r THE KCHOONEK MAKY CLINTON. Motu, Nov. SC. The schooler Mary Ciii to-i, s j , a iric-- from VraCiuz,t the Uth :ut., has kirivrd here, and for aULe the fell, .wir g iri.j.ortsrd int lligei c : It was upotted nVrr.i Crux, that Grr.ir-1 Miramju Lai Gn. Matqeise, and ihst bolh had lli-d Ireiii the i o j r , t y on t oji I a Dri!ih s!,auur. U;.r .g v iih the S'?,0'-,',. (Kh) io s ..c..'. s. I -ell Msrq :ec 1 a l uu lej Cor.w-v. W htrt-uj-oii M iiamoti's trm v i" ni-ia!ely pronounced f. r Santa Atr 1KOM CLEVELAND. Cuvtuw, Nov. M.irl.! U oh i,,, . of Ohio, a that the rop.- it of hi Ls I g s 1 1 a tnea;,'e (.' . Wi-i-t tel iti lo ? , rt o ir-w ii, .t ' r CINCINNATI mai;ki:i . ClsCC- SZi Nov ?. !'!.ri(!;v . o tt I 1 I at 4.K-:..-Hi u.r n:j titi. ; .'.! ? I fun xt?.; b.if.g 4'.uJu'.f- . f leprr bbl; 'M. bbl were r.-cntod I T Vi l,üi r -Whi-ky i j c. 1, l jo-i 1 v, J, ;,j e; .. Ho. fit m,Jd U's't ! r..ir; "'.lot. -JiAt h-n 1 st r. ("ö ? 1 h,- l.-dirg raie Uir.-j T.'. . 0 ' hi- i Tic. .. d ti e 1-tv Cl Lout . Ms puk higher, u'd U.j.t. n-w 13;"J; j ,u"!'' b-ijes lhan j gen h-u.i 7 ii a .id '-3 ! i . .".t, y- i '(). I. i 1 I Mc pi! V e q i . ! e :si., h.i- i- 1 .10 Jl lr; prio.. S " . : : 1 i' tin O-. , 4fi lei i. lo.i,: ? Ihr loy Cr ti s II NEW YOkK MAltEEI . .S L W Vo kk.Nov. Id o:r U- S II 1 l 1 tl , i'it wiibont change; h-s 11,001 II.;- hi l.'tb? l.'jo fur suptifii! ; o I Cn;j.iri for . v ; ua -State; 4,'JJ.; h.r v.ipaliue 'fit m , 5.3o(0 5,5.1 for ii.tmoi to 00 1 -l.ii j n. brand extra ro md hoop Ohio. Cans liau i! :r quiet m, d ui.thar 1 . als l.'ej I I.N at .",l.r;.r. 3J hr cuinn. n !. choice xtr . Kve llov:r in i".:ir rcqtire: 3,Cl.?l,3o. Wh.a',,o ll.") bu-h ,. l.H; ililwa ik.i Club nt 1,371,33. Ihr, sale 30,(0Ö bu.li'fct i'C E ifley 7h Corn 75I for new fellow; t'J .l OO ( 1 old yellow. Oat -l-p. 1-. Whi-ky v'-n Ird lOii.'lOJ. j . -1J? 1' or -Harp. . 1 t, , , the Si CMnrv of War out .a single m there to tin I and 1 l.-ntifY 'Oi l 'i.. Hiown," the "in-un.viioii" would bar -been 'nipped in lhe bud.' Hut pt-ih u that was not deemed t-aped e .t. It may be that ih Administration clne to nuret! ii surrertio'i. r.a Cr imsi 11 did the Papi-I 1 lot, tnat i- iiii.;FtT b turio-d to p. d i i ir : t accoüiit . J pe tint as ,t mn . i have the e.lerr, '.hat the Administration -xi. '-n nrntd ' ti season; that time aud pUre, the obju-ls .i the iiiovpini nt, and tlio nan.e of "Ohl .lohn ltrown of Kausa," see distinctly -et foüh n a letter to Secr.tary l loyd. It u..-. thort fore, a -iini (ti.Ti wi'h ;l : A I mil i-Ufttion m hi (her to sttike orrh'tis' i an iiiurti rl i.m 'I I .1- rt,,.... I.. -l... i1. . j 1 1. n.king, . i coore, tht tlo-y r.. .11 n.i. ' innre out td f vtrt Hi'i: itir;,i,i,l I r .-.- ai. I niordtr. One wr I frem vur n u, ho I. 1 nil i qiiile u.foimafioii wold iuxebiuv. n -i.,a l l!rn' plot s!y hih. I'.ul lhat word sv-i-. not spoken. T !m Adrninitratirn "pie s rved a ro. tei!y in ictivity,'' until sevei toon white nun :md live ntqtot 1 the United SfiNf, A t !: jy ; a t 1 t In f 1 M mir d Maryland. Yirir.i i. Mil 1 1,.- I ' i, . . ted StHte-. v .-to marshal d and lusiched i Harpr. Fury . ki.Ar'iOi' Whin The Charleston Slave riotin 152d. Ti:e Jit.- Harj ci'- l'eiry a Hair h -lot iv. ti tile 10 '!!. -i ti"IJ ' f ptevio-.'. p!"ts t produo. inm reel ion ainon tlie slavey in S-u);,.,,, States. Th-..-plots, however, hav.- all b ':tl bteil.'.t ily cnislied. i'iio Chat pj0t, h22, was, lik- ti)- l ite nihil, m ,d kuown to lhe Jvn-rotaty d" Wat. TliM rin'Ivi l'Td" the jdvt hoi-; ti, name cf Dnin. 11 k t ;;y . He .. fn-" mulatto, oti'ini'i, a-tivct ie;tl." and jvosso-sin- n tah-nt of irdluencin.; ti'mk-s which l.e .'j plicd with gieat d'.-xierity. 'I ii-- ti-I'mi lLr indulg ed, held oe.-ret m-etin s-.-vir.l d tvhich w.-ro j)t (. :My leliiou-, rind the exhott'-T s -ini'jntj 1!" 111 prutirip; tjd in thviu. lii. y could n. t i.-pd to complain l -q j.jt-ssioii, li ljinnv d ih-m weie n u- 1 and cu-n j - u, , . : . v.mts in the I . a hdds fü.' ir r.n-i V 1-, t trt v 11 to k, ar.d cni , in iL iir'-'t iib.iu i. ojnp.tf id!.' wi'.i. thvir station; tri t;.. y Jet i-. d .;.,) ,,j th-- ni"5t diab .il p! . tf A hii d .-.!;. I nidrdet ili'i'. r -fiif t tin- .nt.r.tU .. i'lMirit'i-!;..';. "f,,; pi..i.-. i.f the;' trial hvaf , i" "f Ma-stiacR;id :r. - j J,.d-r-. u a f-:4:l.il ! ' i O S ti I it w.h in et i Jen-; that plsn 'n li nur h i th. it tn.''. o'-. tr""-; 1 1 Iii- 'b-ino:- b ;i-i!- t üi' .t own hni tiih u-e. !;:! il -- hd in tl .j liii-l st l tl.V I' ' i .l.iU '.oa;:!, seize the ship in pvtf, ::d push fi L. M i?lmd of .t. J h;iiur.jj'. One of tl praying l.ro-s Mniiten piobablv by Itis t-.tiiH i.-tK-'. fir In- had t-.-c-n ic.ilit inouled in th: p:oiii atid ic-recta'd; ürnily of hi- nia-t r, trave th- clu-.- t . the co i-f i::Ky. and alter a Juii and full trial t-vir.. thirty or f.-xty wei's Sent ti-. d t" death, tvhich bnletic it as t hoi i.ttU 1 y nrr !-! i?ito rxeetitnn t)t hanin. .. - Co?;teii KiLcriv.N Ca-.L. II-, bjard ol ct utily : Mimi-:oti'.ib y?. terdav dt-eid.-d Wru. Denny ineliibh to th-. vUic cf Circuit Civs k . t tt hi :!. he wa? elected iti 0'"töh..r. ocr H. S Cauthoin, on accotit of a nt tv constitu tional diil'iliiy ha inahta ly iiv d t-'bt te.-u Ci. A Nw PiwjEor The Pari, cor-rt-epoiidt-iit of th N"-tv Yoik Tribun writes us follows: "There i-s renewed talk of letivin- the ord i ol th.- Knights of Malta, a3 a ; body-guard for the Pope. Yvuut; ?en- .icuitju vi Home viiHMiau I3U11UC5, no; wanted nthorcf, are invited to join!"