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PsCAIITIO! fit? IflMM nnniMM ' t-nJ uutil hblf i.t ik o'clock, when she CAbvUTlUtJ Ur JUiiiJ LaUWNi w, informed that the interview muit end. TKiuu: iiai:ti:, ix. WEDNESDAY-. ITT. PKCF.MBUK 7 lrtocrailr County Coitf riillon.! )u Aelmln.strMloiiltt and tiia Oaim- llte. at Vr ltotli are T1iimI ntVhr lrreprettlr Conflict 1 m mtnnd, The Democracy of tbi county he'd thc.t Ccr.veLtioa, fjr ibe ptirpric ef appointing Delegates! the State Cunrrr tier:, oa Sat urday S't of the towc-hips vtre not representee. Tl. Convention va n -t harnor.ios a peculiarity 1 1 c i j Ycr peculiar in Democratic Ccrventu-n--. Ii" Douglas forces wert r-lli'd by fed. Co-. erly aad J. B. Otey. The A dndai-ti :. llrpubllcMu State C'eiitrnl Comiultit. i lr There never wa aaetof tueu wotie The Republican tatc Central Commit- ! tctivcd Ihm are the shatu Democracy, tie or Itulur.a will meet (pursuant to the ; (tfHa the fact that thete was no ortaedzed ordern ade at the ra.etirg Uld ou the tMth attempt to rescue Johu Brown. Nothing StpU .:, .TiuthfIr.diafipuluAtU build- would haTe afforded thata more pleasute in mi WEDNESDAY, 1 1 1 It January, than to Late ae-en an ariny of tufu from the 1C". ! North march to the rescue, and a Collision The attendance of every in tuber of th i lake place between theiu and the Virjjiu Cer?:r:ittee is desiratle, a the lim fori tan, luthi event they hoped to make Loldit g the text State Cut, vi i.lun bo- the ten. e political capital, tut aa there waa rcr. inaiien if cat: lidatt b till the saw 1 i ot the least disposition in the North to o-i Stale ofucea will he rl.cU-.I; i.t-d oil. allmipt a tecue, and at old Osaawatoiuie tr iutj otUtv Lutne. iricitd. tia now forever at rest, the aharuitea art M. C. CABBLU. much chaiined. and feel very much like Majisou. r.ov.-.Y-, CI.airn.sn. ; the boy. who, while fondly caressing a pet I cL mJi, Q 1q euergy cf he proprietors . . , i t,rd, in an unguarded moment, lei il go. raper . ... " iMiiruiMiii, i i.e l erre llaule journal, ine iuoi, ueiu- A . ..r v.. ighb-.r ,h. m.t m , ,h -ir.o c HCyUA of iu cU,a, a, for weekl, Uen cf ?:ivli hi radr the prcn -di..j, .T ' rnlrav ot to create oü.e capital by tell the V'.zu -CMra! iKnccratlc Co,,m: litre. ; ilH IM Jeri llu the Northern Aboli '.v!.k!. t:.M a1 Ifdianapcl.w.nthettt:!. nit . Uot ,.u t rc iiUot v, lh rcoeof Urown tn l is v .-tr r nu;.y r I D. r o ra's m t) at thoaanda wrc armed and on the marc h fn m Ohio aßd New Volk that even w T -a. TT The Captaia desired that' hit wife might SlO IaOOt OUIC. ;rtUJi will, Ulm during the nlht. but tht Affecting Interview with hii Vife ! j ord;r frc;'1 tt.dquarierrw.r. to the cou- SCKNE3 AND INCIDENTS OF TUE While the parting Ktne wm one which OCCASION. ; bhowed touch intensity of fctÜDg, there was no exhibition of passiou, and after so ! euihraco, and a kis, aod kind admooitiou i frora Ilrown, the parted forever. - Mr. Urowu'was conducted to her car- graphed eiprmly forthe Gazelle by tha . wm knJ mJ -ulU. j UiaillJ IUI 11 I HI 'UUUJUt v vi v v- ' b i atarted for the Eeirj. . 1 he buLitar.ce of Drown' interview - i We trauafcMouur coluiuu tlte i.iaiuisi j, wifp WJ reiltive (u a htttleiuetit and ruot iuteretliu portioua: of tli lui,nttnry atrairs and tho diapofcitioD But few fttrangera were in the village, of jlis ii0jv ireviou, to herartivalle hundred citiaene. The gate was entered. The body of John l'.roTn arrived tj-nihl and thecouiinaod brought to a halt. In ai at &cveu atid a. half o'clock, uuderan escort few tninutea it Cgala fctarled, and proceeded I of the tuilitary, and wa delivered by the to the gallows, T"- waonwaa stopped a i uidertaker to the enllemen who acc m- paay Mra. BroTvu. It will leave at three o'clock in the morning. The party will Our reader ate under cblifatiuna to the Cineiuoali Gazette for the following repoil of the Execution or Johu Brown and in- eideata connected thcrtfwilh. Itwaa tele- Indepeudeiit Telegraph Line, aud doea j fw yardi frcJ.tLj iteps which led to the platform, at J Brtwn waa assisted out, and immediately atatUd for the icaffold. On IK!rV ouc aido waa th"bheri(T, ou the other one w:u ,e placed Utti in ThilaJelphia, whero the rm.aia in a metallic coilin, atid b .iV, toelhtr with the remarks made by the j;mt'f man on tlaviry. Mr. Claik 1 am la 1 tUc gcntletnnu fceU the xralh to come. Laughter.) Mr. Kilpm 1 am ready to tale the re kpnitdity . Mi. Fanwoith We cau act tiJcr ttandii-Rly, if th- gentleman will have the of his deputies. " ;r" Itaken without ostentation to hia old r.il-. book n J Lue. . .Brown ascended the atepa with a cheer- j d,tce. North Elba, IWx Co., New York. Mr. Claik 1 have tha book, fullook.a ürni.unihaken step.and an un . irown himself hi fitmi-htd a touching Mr. 'ran.worll:I vlon't btlitvc thccn blanched eye. Net an exhibition of fear jCfeCrmt.ion for the tombstone, whuli has iletoan l.a lead it. I rtcoturneud tl.e lit- waa 6ite.rTbera vti no Ttdtoc of at 0ot been allowed to transpire. Mra. Brown t eraturc. 1 have no doubt the boos i a coucioukue of tha Urrible tragi acfiue . l qUite unwell to night, but notw ithtand- ood one. which was about to take place, and io ! jQg fcer iudipoMlion and ihr Hvuliarcit- Mr. CUsk, icumtug Veit it ta be hi- which ha was to be the actor. Is soon as culnstauces of her aituatiou. fche i aunoy- .luty to bay. if this governinci.t i to lo he reached the -platform, tho military rj tcjueits made to c her by imperii pmnituud and men placed iu portion which accowpanicd hira filed to the right cW yo. ,oroIlcrg. !, has received hoidir-.g such t.iinienli.. the poopb oujjhl and left, and took'the position which had alTeCtii" litter from Coppie, who to know to what :i humiliating position it The chair thev wer about to . 1 1 .V ... I. ., -!.!! aad HiLna The tw frnt-r err Eid; orfice liob!-r, the l-tti r a Ui-m-fVif : preme Jnle l)i,efi! Ju ;i rfrrr r, 1 'f. $r t-s j.-tUilct O!.. ;,. ' Acfvl Jo--' I' ecratlc irrif-ts'.oi.i tV wah its hsnitf pulilir-, acc t hijhfst j':dic;a! - ' t i from Towi ! ij (.'!. Vt-;it vp The fl't !j-( trhir un n . l.sdic.-.ry Sir - t 1 ! . 1 1 , ! 5 t: ventir-:. wsi ;. i" !:: I f ili'V di ie to MM' iLi.i. If.lüv f r iL- i:..l-i i:vl p )t;i,:, to vir coluni?.. A ' re .nrbitrry r.n I I j rannical prr on c!i:.-!.t Wz tip er i:e I froTo i ? rr Jt'C Cüti JnitN e. It whm th.it the D m o rat e '?:. Co v i tl u iso be a kin I f r:q iiti.Tiil ft bly i rl ff ?.irk hn tern ;.tfir a (cr. t e .!:;- priate T . . I .-1 t- C-o t c beeu previously assieted thein. Brown .vll,..e, i;, ,i,,rn regard, devotion a-.d hascttuc. the vikitcra ConilioK chiefly ol peoplo of j ljaj jjj tjj4lt 1; ,u,t should b burn-1 looked at the crowd, then glaoced at the . ,D for ltx j.usband, and his sympathy till, had it en occupied by Clar, Barbour, the adjacent country, who had coite to tKt ailj ii,e ashes therecf urned, and Id Ucatlold. The Deputy ShcrilTcxteDded hi , iitrflf A lett r was aho rectived by Cook, Witithrop.r-. ntlen en ho had dra u hear f Browu'a executiot;. A mili ary tit CumHtiuu removed. He alio expressed hand aud took that of Browu, aud, shaking nrmn' frou, hi son John Brown, Jr, lLht from tLe o-irces of the Coi.atitutim; tt( ii p ! y i a f'! 1 ' l!: M . f trich'!' r v ho ti"" . .H e V T .ZT. i ' t! ir r i t.t nr t ! ! f D e.-'.r.l a-.d band company, which ha, j .st been organized. , . , ., , , , ; nere, waa irioe-inarcncu iuiüulu me Biurck armed with lie and ready to pitch in . , , . , i . i , ii iw . I iiuli, tr with drum and hie, and botl- aighta auvl that til IJitie and Sewaril an. I Hale were - ,, . .. tii,...,. aouud Conpmd to remind one of the all urcn -z the matter forw ard, and that an ... if ii. .i iiai.u,.fVir pomp andcircumalanco of glonous war. ntn.ed f ice would tramplethe lawa ol ir inii under Lot and re&cue John Browu I learned that Mrs. Brown, with a UJy n. I l is follower. 1 he day for tha txecu and two gentlemen fiienda, from l'hiladel tio: ( f the brave old tfc&n, however, catnt phia, were staying at ihe Wajjer, having on m t Ringle man frit it hi duty to at- arrived on NWlneoday night. I immediate tt:i.pt h rt-cue. The hour for the execu- Jy sought one of the gentlemen named Mc tion arrived, and up to that moment no Kim, who waa loud in his complaint of u-m uc had been attempted. Eleven o- the manner in Inch tiny had been treat clock came on and John Brown was hung d by the military authorities and gave J 'iT! i''.t'v .1 - i. f Ti C .: . r i : T- d "r v c ...u ?.;. to Mt t! e r;j!io (!,;,!. r, lb..' : frit lo th. :'.e Coi.vui- r f' couutv. S j.h nn 4 porer is pvhi; . lineal trickery. 1 leaded that t?r- H '.v tb de ri ).'. ! d urate lh..t -!. :! 1 ' i " ':. 1 hrear. 1 Han.t.b : i 1 rl.d '. it wa accsli:. ' t D ' - ,;- ' ' tt.e Stale C :r-l C- i""' l ' '' I .t1.. nivc.l srn: '.'.til ' i. k r! v w -. - ..... nhipp-d i I-.-' th- trr. ..:.d V -h A Co wer, trie,,,! ..'.. ' B- M). i - !i: t !e ' af.le wa but thei r,b.id.-t..tbe::reit tl.d.t ihV. wasiapidlycom-i.'rr : it w:i I '. the r ..t tieuWm.V.l arm-vh:h l i""r 'r fi jdosioti -f h:.v - r-.lnin :". It ern? the rr fnrr. i!'.e on r 1 r.u ... I , -..!. .1 I v fr- Bi-d.rir: nvov.- 1 D , la ; '! l: ii-uli r . '. i '. ff !l.i'i.'i!,f, n: i b by the ' ll.ir ..... .... (t 'lt. 'iv f Ma ;iiJ 1 bv th 1 -ht rf iuitt(d Yiiginia fears with Li Hie. tue the followii g narrative: He aaya that y-S - 'i i . - :. - I riri :;!,-. -' ': .r . thev Bton died at II o'clock, A. M , at 3 o- J Ul week Brown wrote to hi wife, aying zu pcrc. iv- ir.! r, :..,, r. r,hiT -ir- . lock I". m , llie TtTre Haute Journal was I if slie thought rhf could bear the niceties . u v l ''.'.; i. i I i :r ii , .ill the d:i on i l r I : . - wl.i.-.f H e C VMn.f,,.. h. lui-J,un I in peaan-k, !. i r-- i.t !. ! and .c"tb!e c ndi- the editor a : tr : f t! o i' ti . us c f t : j .nty it: I-.di--tl. ' . '!. ! ii't' e C ".':!.' t 'it' fi r: V C'.ti- . r i i ; i r a fait , in j' utul a:..J t r.!i rl y i x i: f ti . r true p ic I -! l.lf.ent : . . ( ! f . i . tu ;fT,i. i i i pii. i . u ; i v ii. the 1 o r.i- I ii-i of Brown'a K',ost with calmness he would bo glad to take leave of her; whereupon die determii.ed to it ,n i,..jt aioont hia Northern Ure him once more before he died. Mr. utitei Mt l $ytnati$fr$. hppeariu in its j McKim, knowii g the value of a woman's ':. t hideou form and reproach them lor ,...,1, a,,a companiorl.ip, under hud ü ir ciicardier in uot attempting to rescue ' 1 , . .. .. Irvine rircumstanceH. volunteereil to ac I...,, iroi i Ii. e fallows. 1 J Ib.n tthU out Cookerlv Cookerly him- company ..If V, there ever o much villainous another gentl i-.co: i'teticy on part of a public journal- themselves ...... . - . a de-iire that the bodies of his two sons jt, bade him farewell. which is well written, and show him to Loha l levated the triplet, ai i wn.. who were killed at Haiptr'a Veny should 0 ministers were present, owing to thc Xe ...chip ,f the old llck." would t. t udvie tte.iM.a, muru.r and din te disinterred, and after undergoing a fACt that Brown had refused their cfticcs. y0 now civc (,UaU the f-.cls cf i-o'.utior.. He aid that he had particular similar prices., be placed in tha same urn Tne Sheriff approached him, shook hi !tüll)enl Cunected with thi excitmh ri b i : a to the euculatb f the p .m with his own. aud laken North. hand, and bade him eood bve. Brown . ; , -nd the hour is vetv late, will phlet 1 - fre hi: . This would hare been impossible, 18 the tl pf j frwarj, wbeu the Deputy Sheriff , , . tl". .1 . . I I . .-lll.Atvl .. " . . ' jtr . .1. pny&iciai'B oi ninriiMimmuMtuicu u.ii njtj 1 Iegs; while the Ssncnn urew me bodie and directed them. i.;.'. .., nr l.;'head. and idaced the n ii i vv . oj- w - - w Cov. Wim had given an order to the cf faU ruj.t. au0ul his neck. Assoouasthia feci that if any person called for thc body i reiutrked l0 lC Sheriff. you will have t guide me from this out. seven t'OMiHK.SIO AI.. Washington, Dir. Si natk The wa-s .calbd to order at 1 1 J" . . A . ti i . H bv the Vice Bievident Apraverwa- Tl Sheriff asked. "Captain Brown, have w'. l, 1 ; , . Trt wl.irh here then made bv Dr (l .t!ry-l- Scn:-.lo you anything to aay lo which litte , i ..v .i . wcre P'"1 plud, "Nothing. The credential, ,f Ki.-,, N. Y . ..nd Sh.riff-.:Will you take a handkerchief. J y f and use it a, a Mgna!, letting it fall when yoa are ready ?" i T,j(, Ml(tllep, w, re m, r. p., ., i1.,,ir Captain Brown-"No air, 1 am always ; UxU l)o,,h., K.tcl, ra.l. Do '.oL keen me uunecessariiy , - .... ,., .i whirl, awaited him. About half-iaat J' ' itipatncw, namnmnu. .lunr....... o. n VWh. after rartakitiif of his la$: ... J. .; ..s.,....;u ! Tolk, Sehiftian.Seward and Tnorr.h , , . I l.a of Brown, who wa entitled to it, that the Sheiiff t-hoold hand the aamo over, aud Mis. Brown was assured by th authorities that the body would be Kent to her address r.t Harper's Ferry. Browu spent some two or three hours last night, writing and rending, and then retire ! to rest. He tdept t-oundly, and rose about six o'clock, cheer ful and apparently unconcerned about the late bieakfast, jiilor Capt. Avis, who had Ueu JüomeJ Iua engaßt.,l , prayer. In a few The Shenffthen .tepped aside while the ( y a n..olu vtJ , ir i. Mut entitle them. IfiUre , While Brown ws living, the editor respectabili Ma w .a t ri,'l in ine i . I . r v I our p?rtv, r.i f'i a higher decree ot ;wlfii:, f iu'l-it ni.d ennttrr itiun, th in at any other d t h r ictt riz" li e preeilins ! i.:i. I... ......11 .,11 .it. t.-t in.irrow I in I. U II II II 1.7- Mil'. Ill . .All II' I.. ...... .v i .. 1 . i . W- .. .... I ...i i.M.ii...iuorn.i . m i ii ii i ker, an aUo did Mr. McK.m and mh. u. i .w ., n . u fcUp d fco!Uj Iroia w lc. .uiu ci)J U!liUft. lo in .1 I. I.. -s. .l.o iiif.,rlMUil IllftS lttfaL lit I . . f Cl.nti f I eman- The latter aupplied , ' V ' t J , , ü V" ".r . ! quire into the fact, athndm, the late iu will, the teat lttimoniaU as lo -n- Bpruug lhe trap, aoa jonn orgs. - a . f , A ,t ty and character, and alo with r " V. " PendJ wcen lDe V 7 ; rer. Ferry, ty a band of armed nu n. am . k. ivoiiiiurii'ii iia in it i i hi ill in . s j u amuaoa v a..v uvrAi ilia iiva- - Uli.' . ... .af 4 w.knbiter as his dull t en would auffer letters of introduction to v,oi. i.ewi I i . . . .1. ... ..I ,1.1,,,! ltr. INTLkVIkW BKIWXtN lltOWJI AN U1S I in to be against every person in me asuiugion im ow. ..-v...- . r . .ith ner'a Ferrv on Wt-di.es.lav niht. tow rBlso.su :.'U.! ' i -alftud-mnuthed in a rt.:,1(, ,h,.v rommunica- On entering, a kindly recognition took with the naked brauche of trees C,nv.. ti,n. Z:i'f:A:T:Zlt:l ' Vi, anathema ag.inat a .opposed rescue, uJ wilh lhe otW in command of the place, when Captain Brown said, address hi: ; !. Tl ! Cor:r. itter . an r l!v ttu-tthit htitwl.iu tlu riscue did not come f i ' t i a . b a' r.t i n i i a noi a aounu w.. u.- , , rcport whether thc same was atu-nded by ing of thc timbers of the scaffold and the . P ri.taLC, lo the authority ,,.1 hipping aound of the wind, as n piayeu f (( c i;M, .,l',l bmnrbe-4 nf treea. i - . . liu iu. umm.. w.---- . uimiuer 0j B,,v cnizes ot irgiuia, or ..i j After lie had nung mr iwtmj .u.uu, Vi M. Mr. Oaik-:C. B. Ccwhrai e interrupt it-; Uttitly c.n. learned s-uch Miitituent : ll.e-e, w hieb tl e iiitUmiti fivtn Mi oi:ri In! repeated Mr. P.t'i. t -aid, i I he fite ihi u--ioi; r Uten I- ti the other -ide bnve thli -l the i i -to I ebre the Ho-i-e; we may a well f.ni-h the diCu-;s!oii , at: I llo n t !.n him O it j;::ckly a- v-li!e. Mr. Clark rt p!i.-d th d the ne,;ro to v, : vtf,:!d h.ie Ion thin-! np ;i tl .e ii .e, I ;t for the acti a . t llo j. t ;l.tn .u - .n ty, and f.T the advice the nth man fc.d riven. If eitlem- n !e the eir'. e t h e eju;.li'f the i.t:;.', li e t if. cl woubl be I., drive t-; at:cll.r: tl:i- t.J tl e Ho;-' .; tht first dav ef tl.e -"i.in Mr. K.'.b.j:- ten 1 tl t the penile min fr.on Mi--, iti. ha 1 ma le a -'at. nont that b ; .'!.( .t. :i,t mber-b.id dinetly ! indiuelly -.it.e:.-': i d Ctitain tl i V "' llilpct'- book Hi- i .u.e Hpjiar.tl in -i in e . tl.e J per- ..- I.av io : ti coornt t ! d V ..! -Itse I i r r j itl li es tl..- j r.üii-.. - will ii. t.t the f.,.jr houra after John Brown waad cl-.-M ; r d .ti.- r.. 1 cq-:. s-e.-ce of ,j, st V "tllatieH all who .i ia.. ...... .I i i.l i.'. J .. I. . i : . ; . I. I , .,. um rmn.iTilm for ft Ol llll-V I . .. s 3d t:o- I , j a,,, y f., In-ve it ill irrei'Iy enlnl u'.e 4 ,v.v , lea WUI4 im omcer m cimiiuauu ui ,.-v. , - , - l in A K'rnith " v 1 1 , and in Virginia tnilitarv here, that Mrs. Brown ing Cook : "I am sorry you havu not coo- Drs. üirird, D. h. Mason, Joun a. 0kfB ly whether such invt-ion ua- made under ead.thi LaJ arrived, and" that they wished to ac fined yourself to truth in your statement Johu SUrry, aud II. V. Cooke. ac end colof of any crgai.iration intended U .-ub "r51 company her to Charlcslown. Theofilcer called your confeisioti. I never sent you uie piauorm, sua, ...... fc , joctthe i-owarrnucut o courteously responded, that he preauined to Harper'- Ferry a a pj. and your holding their ear. to h.a chest, pronounced . Union UC cliar v J ......... i i t ..i... ii o n uttartii'vl lo v i. strai L'. h f -ir.'Mti u t proTinejof the ioI-. tii-tr.tt of A-d-I I. WiiUr l.or line- i:i C n tr. r-hti-oi f I ime ahle. coin-cieiiti.,':, a? dt-irir.. ntly en ervative a lrrit.i'n;iu i f Ja:i. !-:rhan Tl.!. n- i m n ..rr'l.ll f.ll ! M' J.f C t ot un. mi' ' . ,.j iMnocratic duty, ar.-l Me . " ' ' ' it' a i . I . f I i i ; i . .. ll-l .( ts in i hit rttcue from the yiWotfl. .n.Ilte.- !. arti with r. 'e. thai i? jitd. 1 t'ie dineliur. qiven by them at their ia-t -. .-ier- t'.:eh i Uif tl..- a j o i, ' mo. t ' jq.1 Cornvtll Adao: :-!.r .i.t, t I,, r t '.:: :. i . i a w.it-'i'v''.' and K.' A. I'. Vv". a:.d -I B. p -ed o'. cr it. ll.i si'.etit n-auner. Voorheesbk.d by CofvelU- 1 Hv na, offered two:, vd-.ti..,.. Th- n-ta-highly euU.gitie of the .I'e admitii-lratior of A-hbrl I. WiBir 1. and n-ku - the De lüjcracy to e::dor-e tl.etn v Thef.hir .,vrttd that the ltmocrey had -..naV-r.t. i coafiJcM.cc in Br.-i ifM i: :rl. :ir. r. ; ih-il lhy a proved of, an-1 eu.b ri Ü ! a--. tn:oistratiou. a I t'. st Hry ULvl h h v'. i.r,n atuttd t..j ear.t,-itr.ti-"i "t.l jatr.ui:- mtirt in the disc ire "J cHharjlrl tl ': 1 The war ..-am-. a .c.-. 1 l.e fn-t r. o l ition wa laket: r.p, nd C kttly led otl n. .x mot vehrtrei.t -pa.c'.i. b-' o' ' full height, and with cln.ihed t.'.!. rb.red he would i.-v t r end A-hlil 1 W.lhrd, "t mm r'o rtt-ifd lue e;;. lie Sthalt until r i--Tvm I'J l-r:k 'i in th Ü . . t . ;.. I The C dn.el - jri.-r.r- j p. t r ......, t . t .fit. e, I I .1 n: . ' l ' ' u:. nthc Pou-bHl '.nT. cnrl. too lo r. j d . ii 1 " 1 t I i.l u- J r j-ai .-i i y . t O . C.te 1 1, '1 c i: . iM i? I t - U r nr cr;oy ,j-.ve re ,, ... ... t. :..,. ir..ai1 Jj I lie irginiana na.io ii . i..iw h I lave man can die, we wouia bow ,fM. iia.esii.au ih. y will b-- t . uiUd to i...;w be M;iried if they would aomewhat nlax their desire for blood and commute the punishment of Cook. Cook betrayed ;h r-t of hi companions, and thereby t l ist : cce--arily commend himivelf to the rhiralrr. We believe the time fixud for f any cd the States of aracter and extent ol ;,.u i -: i u'.rd lo vi) !lt r li.'l, bivau-e N v Volk Heial I I i .:;' C 't.V l Ij l nvc ' I v . ' n tl i . ,,.-!v r.t j.i , .... ...;,'.. i -..(.. v nr. i tilo 1 . d;.'. 1 be t-b't i U-I l.l j'i'l t j:.!.e- if ih- nthi t "I r:.A .r.e a hrer . .- .. .t ,'!.r.r.M.i"ri i-i i.o-e .-ivi !. i .-l man ;uev - .... t .i r 1 to. an I tui -ht rea. t: ddv be llo xi c u" tan oi n - iu-urt.ts is the lCth tust. In our judg i .,,t c-pt. Cv.ok will not die. He is aaid to be a Democrat, at least he has influen tial Democratic friends and hia neck will - . u. iiito le, an : iu . ; tcted t ft - j!t in C'm ;.jint r.r.d revolt. Tl..- C... :::,'.! fit'.!' ,'. (MM...'. o-'.v VI. action of if. t!.i- 1 el... If it.-plyirK' r.i.y ;i;vi llin.'ne-4-. at d much . any dvte'tn itiati"!., "ii Ho ir part. ih. tocomj!v u!ti- !:;i'.t') at.d rio rb.ily v. it',, our -ui tioti ,0 saved. M-.t ra'.h r U4 a I tt rrionali .mi thret those D.'moa - ir. ta ':ch etil liniiae'-.p-t'l c -.v e: t' 1 IS . . . tic--vhall I e entitle 1. 'I h. e " n. i ! '. e have t h r fwre r itUrii e" e'.tir" ; ' v ; h y'j d their h-f ia t it;.;, m i-- DVf -.;':;-!.. J , ai..l tit t.-r r..iio ' t lia r, to u.d ti'ta'y euf.:Ci llo--line i'i t!.'-er' i-!?. i' i,i- of the r 'M.Vt i.ti r. I't t hi-, end they I..4V or. Irr d th'it '':- .I tii L- ;..!n,JtNd t ii.- l! h i ( i" the Coa v.-ntn-t. C-1 d le.itr reuh'.rly pvitit- I Iv ll.r l :n. cr.o y t.rtl.'ir le-jtctiv.-r,".! (:, -.;.:!. ). ", or whet; aj point- t.Ott-. -h.ll! lol i.a.e been lulde, then -.Co .! o ,'U'l .'.-i -!. i!i le -!nt i I by tlif V;;.. IU iitt.nil'i-i I;. I;l -.t!i ci.i.r. .i. -. h ' In Lie -.who r.nv I c at i-'f.:e t'lt' O'l'ii.i. iticti -f tl.e .-.ill e!ect from their iriiu! ri .1 u. ir HVir,.I r ;n .0 f.. Hi.d V I c b-ry e't 1 j- Thecoi.tributious offered for the At- l uilic Monthly average more than ose hun dred a month. i . . .i . .- .- i . .I.. a .i in iiMViirmiii. ivuiluo, iv , . there would be no dillicully in granttrg autcment to maiuw-ci is iaie. u.o. c.. r-j , iUch ergcuiration, whether any suizui oi their recast, and immediately telegraphed Cook-Yoo .ertainly did." ' . the Un.Ud State, not present, were iu,,i- to (Jeneral Taliaferro, at Clurlestown, who Captain Brown (in a commanding tone) "lUi" ttite& this i cxU'd tbtreiu, or accessory thereto by eon in turn, telegraphed to Cov. Wise 'or iu- i d;j notf air . you hare, by your prooouueed Mai Uea . i tributioua of money, arms munitio. , or Btructioii. Agnat number of messages COUrao, held yourself up as an object of wK5 iu bhame au(1 otherwise; the charade r and eM. i:l ef Hi' were then exchanged, and linatly it was or- CoIltempt. and deservedly so." and murder, an C ose military quipmet.U in the band r deredthatMr. Brown should be sent alone a , ,hia remark Conk's head felUnd he " ' 'irir.xTa : uDder thc control ol taid armed; where, I l l inJ av ouv i n,a.l- n ni.lv. Brown was nextconduct- itary.and the others of th party should he to SlcV(.ns' room. The meeting between marked to the Undertaker, who was in the transported to the invaded; als to rtp-ort detained and watched. Mr. Brown waa thcm wa, coraial. Brown remarked that -lffoQ wjtb hiui. on obaerviug military in vrhat legislation, if any. i t eceshary by greatly di.tressed at being compelled to Bo nt, was aut,ut to die, Stevens said, "I feel ,Le field:-"Tbey have eidudeJ all cili- j tlie government for the future prefers a without her friends, but finally consented, agsurt.j that you will go to a better world tens Yes," waa the reply. Captain j lion of the peace of the country , an. I ibe and was taksnto Charlestown and allowed tiian tlif." Captain Brown laid, "Con- TroWl, niJ; ' "Genllerccu, you are very j safety of public property; thc committee an interview of two hours with her hus- duct youreeif like a man ; 1 know you will caluJ aDt conccted much more so than I to have full power to fend for . r- ..- an 1 band, but was not permitted te remain Jo g0 wi,hout luy advising." . They again am; ana yet your conditionis much more ; papers. during tie night. An anecdote is related . . u .,artej. ne then repaired i ,ni.liil he: I Lhtc uf- Mr. Trumbull, of 111-., gave rotice th.t of Brown iu this connection, which ist-mi- tQ lhe room of Coppie, where a conversa- frcj mucQ more frolu modesty in my life- 1 when thc resolution came up he should ently characteristic: When Gen. Taliafer- lion almost similar took place. Thencehe time lhan 1 have from fear. For thirty ! move to amend by extending the inquiry rohad arranged for the visit of Mra. Brown wenttolhc rooms of the negroe,whom he vltfiri. T LPQ ,.jUCated to look ou fear ! to the teizurejof the Ar-i-nal at Franklin. i If vswa w ... a I I ... I . . . . . 1 a I . a.-..e he called on tho prisoner anu miormeu niiu eXpectej to die like men, an.l as oecame i myth, and now I do not know wnai ii io V.J. Ci..ii. l.a .i'htt r. ' V.r.Kcil.-.-.: -1 w I.t ih. t 1 -..zu '.I-, tl . rhvU.IV I tl I liv.l iT 1 - Mi. Cl.u k Ner any olio r ;;.-o I p ij i Mr. Kili' 11' -t i. im. nt - aie o.O cUiiiaiud by the lu -public i s I am wiilii : that f; n.tb no i. -hould o-.o disavow ti.tlii. Il l Ii.tve ,-iiiti d the j apel wionlully 1 wonli ..vov tt. 1 wai.tth. ecatleiiiin to -ta e whal is in lhe eon.pt :i dium. Tin i wa- much i.o.-i and coi Iumu and 'l.e -peak4i- v-ie but ii.ipi t b etl v h.atd. Mr Cl.it L v. at j . j a i . 1 io -how wh:d ;iin lhe bt.t-k it nlit i.it n Wore prep 4 ted to hi' placed "U lhe an x sou e it . V,'hout t 0 t lit. : pro "e.tiliii;- the llo'.-f .. It .oi e;i c I ' i Jj' Mi-s A: r.e NichoMon died in Fhih- J.-lphia on Thur-day from the effect of six -rains of sulphate of morphia, administer cd hy mi-take for sulphate of quinine. Th.'"f..'.:il blunder was made by the drug- '"t- J r The Boston Adveitisersuggesta that the cow at Charle-lown, Va., was killed bv th.- -entrv bvc ui-e hhe had two poicdtr tl..- atnval of i,'.,r,iS tai her head, aud because she had that hi w ife would come to sec him, and their condition and position. The negroe he wished to know how long an interview gave him the assurance that they would he deeired. die fearlessly, as they were fully assured Brown said "Three or four hours," to tHa.t tleir actiou was just and proper. which the CJeneral responded that that waa Urown then returned U hia room, and con- t)0 long; au hour bethought was enough, tinueel writing for some lime. i ei : I .1.1. ale th t'r..beZlPT'.int ; t i IIar:t lit i: :i . I. . M:.llll. lie a - ü " J l-.o-.l . I .1 ..' tl ufiiLrtit con-i i ' . . ,. T...... rr.' vr! o .ir;if;t d if. wh . hid been '.alirgtl v I " -bii . . . . 1.1. L . , - I 11. . H II nr. eMMj he :;otp.Mutbb- e -' He b-M 1 ' ,lvthat he waw.n u r ;tr .t I .1 v r, ' r !, ; i i !.. hadacc-pted '!T' f'- U',l!,td; lh.u ,!.. buad h-an t hi 4..i.iMi. 1 . -.- .. p. .i ! 1 , r it i '. i ! .! -I .11 r: i i ive, brb't. t'.t i...'.r i I '.;.'. V: in. . Ii.' k t fu -ii tl.t 'ir,', . ,:. i f t! . l-;Vi..ta e, ti f n'a ' i. n i : J. : , ; . ! So- i . r k ri i r, i- !. ; . : 1 i t i t Mi l hifi I ad?.. t ) : l'..-n '.' I jio-e t ree -U.ili l-e i ro a vi !. d toil ' 1 1 t r ' ( , I " i i 1 I ' C" t - It.o-i t h -e te.' 1 1 1 1 - and h ill le hl id.- lo -.:.! the f.i - .ill Co '. n U - : ."I 1 I ,, t , I I t j '.!.' I'- - f n ' I in W .. ,1,1., , te rt WiÜtrd: tl. "V 1 "''i .1 1 v ... i -1. ; i l,L 1 i n, ü . -. i-t r.v I O . !.l I . , i , r. " ... - r.-i r.f.l eH'.-e !- r i: tl i,, i ,tratien ha I b. - a r, . in adva civ tt ..- t . . .t.i: i !! in I t i-l'.l !" 1 ' . .. ..v ..... 1 1 . U il, .n I ! t ' - I I'l r;o c , i lllor.e.wV-nt.-cr.-d.t..Ml.'S,M - v kre ' ),, y t thai be v. V. m . I . ' .J. and wh- l.'V. -: ! ,: 1 r M I I I tv. j ein . i nt: ! .-b 1 r . ' ;t 11 b-d ':!.;, ".I li the pir! i t a . t i 1 1 . ." I , ; !.-. : ; . '...'. i ' i i 1 v '' o t. .i 1 1:.- , i t e (' ; t .- ;n : 1 i : e t 1 t f th 1 d v. r to iu.Iivi.l-.-l ,t -Ii- i b t,- miiio I. .1.. if ;., l' n.ei It u -...". IM , . hi. i. it '' W old ft df'.l k t h 'U- Uke. di-.r k o I f- U" D. It.e ; tired e n " in .o t ' t Srl.lt v t O.r 1 ' ti le I' he ; f.' - T C ikerly x v.- n ii 1 1 I t O Ih-!j.ll. t I r., i V .0 ' on ,. : ' r , . I"-'? J.I V ! i . ;. , r i -.pit i ..' s.t I r - - s 1 I l e. i f i M ; t! - . Otii' ' i I - ' . h .-. t ; I i -,.'.(! . -1 I '. ' i ; n ..I I e : .l.-l.l- . 1 I I , I . I . , .i ! ; I II I - -'.I- ' ! i ' i I ' !' f-T, ' eV. r, tl .- I'.m , r e p t. t.t j ,.l;-" , ! - ; I 1 1 . 1 v 1 1) ,' t 1 J I , i! e ll S , . .1 tit I ' . V i I I ir I . t .1 I f H 11, : i . 1 -.iv.- t! j i i . - !'.';. i , Ii I . 1 ' e f .:: ; ! I - r , : (!-;.; I n . I I e i i . t y o I r , i .'. c f ir: ' t i' b;, , t t l-Uuinj among the negroes. i John C. Whittier, au Abolitiouifct ni.d po. t. s, thafititerference with sla-,-r by lhe Norlh i man if "tl j a failure, 1 will not be hkily to be repeated in the p t r c n ' e 1 1 1 1 . ry . j . jt i,.,t;.h -i- too Ith Secretary Thomp . i, will urge m Congre-s the necessity i ,,li!ii!?' the Indim rcervalioii y !,,;,. .vi;.,-! he iejirdas in-eparatt-ly con !;e d With fl.l'.d. ti,, Wednesday, the lth. the l'rince ..; W'J - mi u'.'-l his eighteenth year, and .,; ..v m.'ii' of a demise of th Crown, . . ). .,;! in hi own right at Albevt the I'i.--1 ; I I.. V.ni.ig. nury Mail s: " . . ... tvt r-al, that the first of J .i,- tr , IM'..', n.un fnol no MiU'fue lie- o itl.i,. lhe boot- of Alabanoc." Hrown replied: "Very well, sir, obey your ordeis. and do your duty, 1 have no fa vors to ak of the .State of Virginia.' This indomitable spirit wa manifested to the very lal. In his final interview with Cook, .2 accused him sternly of false hood in repre-enting that he, Cook, had been misled by him. He shook hand with all tho priaonirs and handed each of thein twenty live cents, tstuarking that iho mon ey was of no furl her ue to him. When patting from hi wife, he akcd the jailor a though il w a the most casual and indiffeicnt 'incstiou. At what time a am I to be executed?" And on bring told II o'clock, he turned to hi wife and said, "Very well; if I think of anything cl-e to say, 1 will write it down and leave iL lot you." Oa the kcnflold, he- r fused to make 'he ususl filial to the Sheriff to let the drop TUT EXECUTION. As thc hour approached lor his execu tion, the Medical Faculty in attendance, the Sheriff of thc county and the officers of the pil, visited his room and conversed with him. Brown was cheerful and talked as though the hour which was appointed for his death was inditlereut.and far in thc future. Nothing of any material interest occurred in these interview. At nine o'clock, agreeably lo the general order, two military companies commenced a-siiming their positions. One company wa- slnlioi.ed in front of thc jail ; another direclly ojom-ile ol thc Market House, and yet another in front of thc Court House, which was only a few yards lo the north of the prison. Two pieces of broscanuoa w ere placed r ear the jail w all, on the road leading to the cntVobl The place of execution was not mor. fll, and resolutely declined the -rvice of ihan fnlu tl.t-jnil. It was t! II 1 b i t' I r It e i f . I ! s.i 5 ' ) t' . : I i i J." lie 'n't I'liitatian Society and the Will Bai, tit Soci.tv.uf Manchester, t'.ll.hive hwappel churche the fi'"t .. . d p.vii g ') "t bed." i .. v i ,1 : , .. It tt tt -i m1- rre ;'t . tf " ' jlution, -Hi- fi'v.' . J an. 4- l K .. - ! .1 i i nunist.-ppi . n , i i ! ' ' I.e. b ti 1 r , -, . i ' i tl I -.Out t I I ! c ijm r t District Atterr. y- " i. iiutu , a ' , 1 i ! ..b,e, pr-ir- t p':' r . . v , i ! , 4 ,V. tlo '. a . l t , -1 a - I. i.l ! v.ry : i i ' . . i . i; .' 'v ! . I , , J V . r . 1..V I i c.o.t : r r - 1 1 ; 1 i t ' ' ', . - e i. i .... l.iv iT' t.oo finds himclf unable hi- African explorations wilh i rv p "vrrl i! -'.rimer than lhe fra (1 .. - l. h. hi friend in Kurland -.- i .-. I t" r . -. , n',.r Süt-tiT, it i state. I, ha ,:!", t. 1 th-- -n o nf l' to lecture be- , , i C..- N"e--v York Lyceum Ao , o . Mr S. .btlmetl, preferrinir to . ... hi - h. ubh iud atiength fjr his IU) .; 1,. - t Wal.ii gtrtn. - - - .. : , i a 1-0 ). We hav e received the k a , b i ..f tto ley - Mdj I'o.tk, i;v clervniHii. No ono atlemled him but the Sheriff and hi aiLn!s. He ha left to wills one disposing 4f some small Untied property, ami the other rilalinglo the dipoilio:i of Iiis pikt an I Sharp's ri tbe Of the final intervii w bitwirn him-elf ami wife, it i tiH ioioi to sj eak. I barn that she is sleepless and i.e mm, but stun ly repi-e external mauife-lat ion of h. I fi tling". L.r iMitvuir or uk am r.ovs The fallowing in a autcii et an I tit.thfnl cc unt f the ct.ncluding inlcrview hi tween Mr. ai d Mr. Bro-.cn. An e-torti f The customar Tendolion vv. le distance further,! adopted to inform the House of lUpr.-.n i . i.t -t ' 1 . .1 .1 . cV . . nd beinir bevond the limits of the town. , Utives and the i resident mat ,i.e ..t he said, addressing the same guutlcman: j ready for busir.es. "What abeautiful country you have; I had j Mr. C.win -avc noiice of a Bacilli Bui no idea of its beauties aod the excellence road bill. The Senate adjourncC. is. Alter nuing oumv a erected on an eminence, in the c liter of a Unity r.de field. The ground wi-ie la'nl o(T. an.l m.ill chite tlag- were stuck in tlifgrotin 1, beyond which no citircn was allowed to pn-. At the gate a military .tnp.iny were tatinued, who refu-ed t admit any ler ot unb - arc'unpniiird by r military es cort. The r. preventative 4f thepres,af termoch trouble, were e-crted into the n.ld, and ftsie;iied a position within me hundred yard ef the calbdd. At thifc lime iho military ha I assumed their poilion on the field, and in lhe woo ls to the north nf the field 4ifcxccu- b.c.. i.Cii!y in ev.ry ok.?:- y- I nr,-ii--"d lno t ' bow lo' 1.3 1 - 111. I ,11. ' I". I 1 I.t. .!:. t i hi.K. j' W .il AI M v.. I t n i :: : t i b r-iitu1 r eatm- ai b rve. a- d a i.a a id Trnow m t f lhe c " wa then a iSe" i- ,! r weight of many u r about se.tir.g ' - liant halo of ! ' ' f !dcrir.ghi pvi e, his C.e pro.:: y t i was I ace H kt '-: 1 ertd-T'e hi ad:; ' .! , I t 1 , tl d. v ' i w I '- V to c- o I. M i" li.V t 1.1 N. y- . Ii All.. 1 i v,;. I. j ami -i r a ' - 1. 1 1 lA V. Jr . s vv n: r r. II.--. N .V. I I ii. d . V ) th.l k f r L h -v . I . ' i ' 1 i, ! : 1 1". 1 ho ..h. Id, at d from a rapid !..!..- at t? co t ut- .vnd etnb( HichmetdS . -ite eoMvn cl that it i sn improve , ,u: . v all f-Twor it :, which may le I mi eavalrc a. rt mpat.icd Mr. Btown from Ha' tioti. The cavalry were een coulinff m per'a Petry under command ed Ciptiin every dirtetion, while mmjntid men were More, 4-f the Uiehn ond Montom.ry tatien..l nil n'ooc the frt.ee of the field I. : . t;i , i o I a --i'le. Guards. The car ring which cmviyed her wa aloppetl nt the ouUkiit of t w n. All lhe military wirr orib-ted etd, and the airntwa thretii;ed with aid ir.d plumed 4 Jl'ci'ds v 1 t appeatul ai xmu to cer.ey to the b'.rred wi man an idea of their consequence. The cathe ws tlriven lwf through town while tho women anl children rtd from the windows aud muchfooiu oldiery strutted e n the Irret. On arriving at thejsil, which wa cloe Iv iXTibd.thecartiagestoppid.and Cspt. i Moore, whoretle w ith Mr. Brown, j itt j-fd l- I . 11: ; i. t i r.ii 1 i i t - - i . V t Hi ! ... . 44." ... I . ... .. ? !.e liu-e i.i vji.cn.f. ",v ' from the tihic e.ar.il lem'itig . er i. it arm. .b-ciipticn at i'2 u?r annum, j e,corU J h r into the jail. Capt. Brown wa informed of l is wife' arrival, and rrquisted that she might be allowtd to enter hi room as soon as pos sible. In a few minute the jailor conduc led her inb his jrtence. Tke tr.eeticg wa affectiv, and at first neither party r-'ke. Brown emVtaced her, prfd lier to his L.ttnrtt ard fir laimed. "Mv wife!" Ko r.v on at ! il. c ho deite the Magaiine, should i a' I tl.tir money at nice, lb at they , KV-ivpi vrly c -pie. K. !.;:.;' r, (io lev hac t. equal ;.. ri -- - - - III. vol. t TION.. At v .'sr '-i" r.uftirg of I.fenirg Star 1 r lo 4 f Honor, Ko. iU.Lrld on Monday The ilo i ; n t 1 ( -lb- r. h.,v have the .b'ctrf l tT c fred an atucr d: - ' ' atr.it eul 11 lb.il eece to the Bri Oc t b fH$eitiCJ a l fjtrt't - k.-.'m-i this wis mere tbs'i 1 .y t' men could or w.. :ll wa','... wis taken, n l Ca C d r f '.' ta lost by a very ui til n -.; vote then rtm : o. It. .-n tion, the Adtuin.'trito ' -. et. : it wa paed tv a -.;v'.l n ; Ii Demcrat.c l.t.v , a ' I ; r: . . . I!.-.; e P I. TI, - V. ' .... !:. i? . cl rt -.; d the-i b- el ,i 1.4 W . t O ' 1 : i. i j i..' j - ' I . , i . - i t . . . - i f - t ; - . e . " i '..;. t ..'e t - 5 c f . 4'. I '. 1 1 v ;.ly a Cf:l.. : .11, ". ate t.t i .. i 'v 1. . . -; .. r. t'. t . a ft l ; i. i .'.. t . ; 1 h Vit t y i atd v .r . C :.. . t' v . .. ' r , v . renin , N iv. k'lst, tke following pream j t, tr Wirt j, i,ut a deep drawn sigh --.'it t . ' o : , tic end re-ol .li. u were adopted: luu too ne'l of the intensity of the feeling Yi'iim ts It ha pdfa-d au All-wise j w,ich e.h was undergoing i rlli.u,e,tjreuioveby thehatdol Utatü, j . motneats tkus sretit, the Captain drew a chair, acd Mrt. Brown tat t do ii . He then apone io nrr ci un touui I r '.ViUü.t, tiutLiiip, a brother endeared . Ij hi many noble qualities one t. . I : . . l aepeciai.y premineni iu iu no a;c u a; 1 pr. ix ! l:.c in the cause t r t? r- ? t: , V . Ii u . itn.lnrtx a IVmcCrj'li 1 .'' did the people cho-t U: holders. When 11 w;.4 ..v, r. t. ' A : : olVic holder prrented f u - o Ä!offal.il; l-'it, wilh ehs rct tit .aud unmanly ye j'.-. - cv . 'I a of ot icco;!, by a r . : i' i,t ptt ic an;-cr; let 'J. b, - nil be PttTVvr?' Jf fit ;. 1 they temaiuetl " lb to-r i - a . we did no; stay iore. Ti.,,! ttt. :." t i'i M :n f yttlV' ti '-ft in tl e De.i.'.erai-e i -- a cir.fli.-t that'titi te carried itilln . State Convent.. -u nu I shiver tbnn I !, cicnts at Charleston. l.q ..r . tl, f .. ..c 'v' .V tO - V t. I v .4 , In ... .V t : . h i.t i i . a t ;hc ( i v. . ) vt.t.C 1. t'b tion, told her he 'as contetted, acd if it which we j fo rlTtirg wpth hr and others ! ,00 o m.ch tt heart, it i-ecomea u., at a; vouU bfre nQ Jf(;rtt -Jy, to.xprca ourdetp seiieof the loss J j .p yrs. Brown entered fully into - e l.xte ihus autlain.d; therefore, j fffir.g, 0f her husband, and both were K'tS.etJ, That in the death cf Bro. Wib , tJ lo 1h fa?c which awaited him. bam Uuiuiop, lha temperance cause haaj iK. ,li.r,n.i'inn o,t oi l lur-V o,4.j lunnAn. 1 ;v:c- i I r Ve ' I t 1 - - T 1.1 .1 I ' ' I - i . . i ,,. !t I i 'f obi J r I bv i f oe. h i ' , l . i . I ' i : . ' i j i . t - ! Jin, r ti h'-iVfi, That we tender our heartfelt c d d i ce to hi widow and family, with ;'.! a--rauce tlt sre share in common wilh il. ru. ihe lUtClirg treav ement thry !.ii.' !t..i' ! i;,HlttJ, That l e W. It. tw requested to t Of 1 ! e i l l I.t 1 - ). A C b; CI o it : 1,1 into lUrni'y.ne PJ ' , . ro v ...i rr for Lublicaliou. ...... . . , , . no til'.;i i'i . ..ii iu t j -,.i i f..'r itatt..:. I'. 'ki ly. It a ill r. .pi,. all their ir.fluet.ee t I.im i . . S t . 1- at . . m. m. I A .k prer.l toti.e lamuy oi lurtrcct, .cc,v , i . . tf :.t ,i iuiiii'""" ....... c.e re l ii nn. an.l turniMi mv panic- m.. tl . .;,i i Mr. h. arriVcHi vpc - i-"- f b Wit ihm WooLLa I lain. Tout'ov, C- I ANmrait of xecutiiin, and cotild lo ceii riding to the fonth and ea-t, apparently anxiou-ly lotiking for the anticipated rescue. The Uichmor.d Company 1 . were as- cir.ed a po-ition to the -oulh ol the scat- fold, niol within fift) yards of it, while tke Cadet from the Viriuia Military Institute wre stationed in front, and within about . a a the -Mne dictanc. A Company o. Caval ry were riding around lhe lidd, and two or three C"tn ?nie of infantry wire station id within twenty yard oflhefei.ee, a picket- Bii Id rf.icer, slatl olhc r, atul o.Ticers of the dy, and ctbc.r not of the day, to i:ft.fr with AiJ to the Goternor, were dashing along ou spirited hore. ridingto and fro, apparently giving exhibitions of .xciUcnthoremai hip, and mailing each oth.tr in thi acco:rplihmi nl. Thu matter stood at half past 10 o' cUck, when Gen . Taliaferro, with his stafT, consisting of 37 men, in varioui uniform, and all mounted on spirited chargers, en tered thn field, and Toceeded, with all military decorum, to a position in front of the gallows, and in the rear of the Cadels from the Military Institut. The dtparture of the commanding offi cer from the town, wa the a'gnal for the bringing out cf the prisoner. A furniture wagon wa driven in front of the jail, and it m'iiiiirr formed around it. Brown was 1V ni- j then ecorted from his room. He vn dresed in a tlsck suit, moch went, the samt he had on when he made hi attack on the Fe rry. He wore a alouch hat, sh.s, and ted celored stockiDgs. His arms had been pinioned, and he marchtd out with a firm Hep and upright head. He was aMd into the wagon, and took a seat on his coffin. The train then proceeded lo the scene of execution. The military escort w a large and imposing. There was no music, and nothing waa to be heard aave the hw measured tread of the military, and the . m . S t t-.afat. vawawam a ir Is . . i:.t,, l...,uln. ! fi;i.iUir,ffol imbumi.ui uit-... - roe ami ne ezn.o.i ,.j,..v...- ....... ...1.;. T.h I . ,r irnim, ' ra Conveying muwu ' .... , - - i Bellowing the military were aooui two ; . . i . f i . e,.r..lir9 an hour in Children, aim f, , conversation, supper was brought in by lhe kind jsilcr,acd the husband and wife au down together to partake of their lait I. The Captain raised hia handi, and d liod to blta the meal, and then with ! achuifulr.'M w la i c U hai co arallel, they From thc timo meal ace. of its soil. This is the first tiaie that 1 have had the pleasure of seeing it." No other conversation took place, and he qui etly proceeded lo his death. Just previous to starting for the uxtcu tion, Brown wrote the following aud hand cd it to Mr. Hiratn O'Bauuou: 1 am now convinced that the great in iquity which hangs over this country can uot be purged without immense bloodshed. When I first came to this Slate I thought differently, but am now convinced that 1 wa mistaken." He requested Mr. O'Bauuou not to give publicity to the above. After the body of Brown had hung for thirty-eight minutes, it wa cut dowu and placed iothecoftin. The rope with which he was hung was taken in charge by an officer, and aftcrw ards cut up into pieces and distributed to those who were anxious to have it. Parties cut the timbers of the gallows and carried away lhe pieces, while other secured a Kck of hi hair. When the body was placed in the cellin it was conveyed to town and plac-d in the jail. Many persons desired to via.it the jail for lhe purpose of M-eing it, but their curiosity was not gratified. A special train of cars wa ordered from the Ferry, and at half pant six o'clock, under n strong military escort, the collin wa removed from jail and taken to the cars, where it wa placed in r special one, and, an escort getting in, the train proceeded to the Ferry, where it atrived at half-past seven o'cbck. Not mote than two hundred ritirens w it nessfd the execution. Many more would have been presr-nt, but the offic r of the day, in placing sentinels on tho avenues lending to iho town, had scl.et.d men from the militsr) Corp frcm a di-bv.rr, and ihey noi being able to teeonize citircn oi the county, they were excluded from t.nwn lest they might be recucrs Much indig nation was felt and fxprtMd on account of thi 'rrane-i nicnt, and the clamor be came so preattliat tie Commanding efilcei was cfrnj-elled to retnovr ihor who were ou sentinel duty, and place member of the county military companies on guild . After the execution a heavy smoke wa observed to the south ratof the town, and a report was in circulation that it wa ctea'ioncd by the burninif of the bam of the late (ieo Turner, who was killed at Harper' Ferry. A squad of cavalry were immediately di patched to examiue into the cause, who re turned and stated that it wa owing to the burning of brush on a clearing. On Thursday, however, four ef the htre be a longing to Mr. Turner rtu-d c.i poison, while several others are scrTerlrg from the effect' of the same. Charlestown is very quiet; the people are not excited, and have never been. The only excitement which has existed ha beeu occasioned by the military. The troop will Temsio. Some few will granted farlonghs, but they will 1 all present on the lCth in si. The gentlemen "who accompanied Mr. Brown hare kindly furnished me with the following atatecoenl: They accompanied Mrs. Browu lo assist iu disicttnicg and identifying the remains of her sons, and to aid in bringing out the body of John Brown. In the former task they have been kicdly aided by. Colonel Barbour and other citixens of Harper. 's Ferry. Tbcy found two graves, one con taining three. and the either originally ten bodiri. U waacciUiLcd that tie corpse of Wnison Browu bad beeu carried off by the s.rcecna for diasvttmc. They foupd two bodies, and eupposyd that, one of them j atorgly YIKGINIA l.KC.ISl.ATlMlF. It It II vov ! . Inr ." Both Hum ---- the. I.i 4llatU!( f a , U le orj.'t. ie 1 b!av. 1 !,t ( bo t r f. r.l V M trv lew - t he 1 1 it pet's Ferrv ; frir -if i:'t at b ith. J- speak of fannt :ci-ni, -ttid too- idea.'f :bo litiotii-t which ha- -i ( ':ie I to madden whole tna--e- t M.r .-ntire -.cto t, of tl.e country; which enter- ir.b r 1 n-1 . -.lii(-,i Wasuinoton. DrC 5. The interest in - ti. p'dilic nnd ptav er- i .. if t- of ju-t ie. the organization of the Hou-e is if pu-'i ble.outlie DClease. Lon befuie noon the and legi-lation. which h i- ttaiue I nj thro'i:r,h .oni : ntiui-, ii mornl, in -oiiil galleries were densely tilled, and etowd- habit-, .1" hatnd to mi-t. r. I Afnrioi were unable to obtain admittance; i.otwitl slaves in the Cniie i Slat,-: Im! lunistot ....t: .1... '.nT,.,v r.f .b. ui-Mhi r. ' uroti laveiv eU.-wheti-. winch --. com .i.n.i;nB,.. rr rmfrrv of .loi We.'ilhlt . ' I'l lV . i-t w neu , " oil o . cui there is the usual attendance ..f ladies on fvS and e-.u Ur, and would h..t-sen' n te-eueto the -ii'-, tollw-f-. un.r.b i.t the floor. There wite lhe cu-toinary s..luUtion, lHa.bo- wl it has , nt to b lonV among the members and others, an.l a gtate, unie-- the .miterl majiiy w ill 1....,.,i i.;......40.t rr.vnil.vl evrivwhtie re .-- to v i 1 ijr 1 hi- c o bde, (.t r 1 (ledh M I iravaiii vivi" - - - - Mr. Allen, Clerk of lhe la-t 11 .u-,-. c ill ed the Hou-o to ord r atroi-n; the din of voices immediately eea-ed. Spectatot wer excluded fmtn the lb. or, and th" timni bers took their seats, 'lhe toll wa- call, d and -.11 members an-wered th. it na-.r-. The abstitees wire, Stallwoilh, of Ah baio.i. nnd Landium.of I.ou-i ina. Btown and Adams, of Kentucky; Hindmau and Bust,ef Arkan-a, and H in,ilt.oi, of Tex a. On motion of Mr. l'hrlp-, the Hou agreed to proceed to the election of p ak er viva voce. Mr. Hutti. e.ntnin ite 1 Sherman, of Ohio; Mr. Adiian notMiu..t.d Davis f IIbKiu immihuU H tr k man, oi lYnn.; Slcvenn t.mina1ed eJn.w. nf IVnti.; Brii'g nominated Ibi'ilbv Va. NttintrnUH voict s nupatii i tlv , e.i' the roll. The Clerk appoint..! Iiiiub.n. C : m . Adtain and Brings b ib r-. Florence Slid, in lis'.nin t . tl e t ,t. . the roll. 1 notice 1 th .1 m v r.il n ' .. t. -. . . s i . ... x i.. t . ao-en; in ni. r io ei .. i ... n. . . j Ct.iVe to dl-H'tb i".t p;.Ce, t de-tt'ov o ii live- and pt. p'itv, and depiive t. - of all j roti 1. 1 i r.i. ! i . Ir, -- un b r the p. t f, I f.'tiu- a:. 1 di-toTti I v.. i k in.'- of the I'niot,. Wi- ni'.l't ;.;' ' p .. i . ; 1 'n l- ". i - ' senti..l to be C"inJ t Iii-!' I any im r.' Wr en in.; - !! surf. n.dt and eoitta.'M a-tho-e c-'!.' milted ..t Harp. tv I'i try , i 1 1. - ..nt u (Ft 1 1 n .' , what i - cv e m w o . , - 1 1 .. o 1 1 , -de:ih of i.-.r (i'irit.-, .b'l oioii 1 I . b at h of a .' i- t i.i to be .b . i t - ! - h it wcl.ivr niin -'i:i I :n d inn re fiirtid- in the i .... -! .iv. ho'. in :' '1at. , b,.t It . C o n v i I 's 1 1 il.i;.,' .ii-' j' - it. w:ilt the lU.ltK'.l ;0'- il'Vv Th.' f-iriti t :,n e I -.'.!" r '.! t i .:.d f or. . With it-.ud to lhe inr .r nt-, llr i i -- j ro v -, iti ito'i 1. r v t . . call them in- - o w ' - tu.llii.iC-. 1 !o' b i ! r hit: If, VJ '! i i tl.- plea, a i d it a- - t put io '.p m t h- ti i il -Tlo V vv I.' p' 't ij 'l 1 by tl.e i v il - j it :! .! fa-l di'iOni'hll'.' , t I i f i n z I ;' T . ' : I i ' v h-1-l - . : st: ii i i . t'.tU. Ik I he- f .Ml - , V . .;d. in..: h.-.d with lb. : l.o U i ill ! d.e I- b ' I h i ' i , .' I,.. f.Or tio- '-, 'I . n.M Iv. . t I I I 'I , 1. .V . v n, i! I . in I ti t! 4 : "i II rlii . i ' VV 1 1 1 1 1 p I 1 r : I J I . t - I - . j ted f . ".I 1 Briti-h pioMi . . i.i. r i iii'. . '. . 1 1 . -.; i i .. I . . t 1 I'm ; '...t i" I. .. its -i . t in tl.. " I , O 1 1 1 ,! I. i - h .o ! :. '- t 1 .. n : h : i .tui ' ' . .i i Iii! d . . I .! f - r 1:. I i i ...-.! i i 1 1 O'. i dt I ... i . . n I he - ro , I ' i -. ..v -I.t l 1. . I.. ,t - . . n, !r -. t v, ,;h and : i oi-l' : I -n I ii ii,.., .. . . '. io 1 :,.r p. . . -' . i . n . a : . I,,. ; p t C If r u. i i , . IS'' i ,t-o , i aii-w .l i r.l. .... ... lt...-i v -on. which 'iiir"r w hin.. Mrs. Brown remained with her bus- i 4.n.. nil pate in the el'.ti m. I adjourn till to nmrtoA . John Cochran I h ; will ithdraw the m .ti ; Mr. Cd.b,i f Ala I.. '. u l-o v (Laughter.; The House, took tlo; vo. by :.,t lan..,: i :, . aid Mr. ITotet.ee withdcw hi- ii.- i-t, and the Hum. ptoc. .2 t. v ' K i r v t (.i: d t pi aki : h. :i:...:i " , B cock jh; Crow I!, bo', or IJ, I . is. I'hiliip 1; (iiSiiicr il; Nelsvii .', Cctwin I. Adr-in I; Hill I; Hickman 1, I'.ni.ii.t I; Ha-k.n k; McK-an 1. H. F. Cbuk 1. No one having red t V d a n,; j -nt v if'!, votes cast, Mr (iro t"-e n: 1 M i,- I dciire in no way to r. tar. 1 lhe t-iii.ii tiou of lhe l!oi-e, I withdrav,- n.y t-sii.e, as a candida.e. I as-ure tlo--. m!l. ;.. who in kinde-H ca-t their vo- for t.o-, that 1 shall trcas-ire throuj'.h. -I lift- s ; d. tinguishsd a mark of th.-it f:i. n l-Lip and tegsrd. Mr.Burneft roovnl au adjoun u.. t.t t - 1 determined by yea and naf, with ,t i : eluding thc consideration f ihu -bj.e-, the House adjourced. ..v .i t.. f. ... yurtog me penneney ui me i l"'M'NTI M B K F adjourn, Mr. Clark. of Mo, p-rsi ted m j (.tv NVM ,., ; ,,IJ(:r ,, Uu , making a speech; but objection ' i! made and prese-d, he . flVted a pre a nble and resolution, netting forth that whirea Certain members had signed a ri coir.im io,'a tion ef "Helpet'a Imj-ending Cn-i,'" there fore, no auch men should be deetut I ht to be elected Speaker of the IJomo, ?.ui he- proceeded to make a long t t ch if: de- fene of his position. Much exctte'rcr.t and confusion prevailed 4.1 I I ;; S:.i I I.e i i t w . r .'-.rt d people. - -f'i-. d V 1 ak ii . - t o v ;. ! i' to j oir ?l. llo- id i. i. t.ire . . - : . e, lhe l4 v i t .. - l i . ! i ' i '.!- -, :,ii'l v 1- ti. i.-i or ta 1. 1 J ,4t n. , Iii on1. .Vate w h:il po-1 t l :.. li,'..!'.l in the f .! nr. bl t, U- have Ml,.,!, i,!-iiit.- 'tui- t,.i,'. No n. ., Iii.. .- t',.' i -! i ',i i o. - -,.n n...re t:. io 1 he oihcr e in t u i a wait -xe i j i ..lo . I I ey will if . fC ite I, unlc the (J. iiral A' -ti.' 1 v or br otherwie. : O II I ... I . -'II of ( v.ra o.l.V ' - i , - . . t. i. i i f I ,,'." f. r i tirn. i f .ip.-r t ' i .i,!0 nnd " Whicky it. changed ; !I Wheat lit ru at I; I vihiie and 1 1 ,1 r for j titi f l C .'ii with gi )d demand; s?le ' .il, .-h ,iin Oil in pood demand and -'.. - ly r.l I'i. Bye iu t.o'd demand u-.d :..lv..;,Ce 1 'Jc;sab.s 'J'J luah at tCh if iilv ac;ive ::..d tirm; i ale; 20') hush fair J..I1 : t f'i 11 'gs continue active au l higher; halt of .'I.t I l .a l at 'J,') ( ',C,o. Ueccipt to ;.l ro , I market excite I. Mess pork ad v.nt.tl to IT tlullirs; sales 1,0'J) bbls; uu-.it- . tr , uii.-tii for future delivery sit .k It,.', i " Is t:-rt tro'eücrs. Tlulk meats j Hoivr.-ln nply to Mr. Clark's dir lira tion, that when the iop!c w. re divided a Democr.t and Whig, there were no mm who a Jvied treason and murder ar.d S id like crime. Mr k'.t ...... ..f h.,1 . tvi l.-.a ol. i- 1 "i ! " . .'...i.i. ..... t..,.....i r,.i'iv;f,l t H and .X and iu good de- tud. rsiooa io say luai. nc- couuc ..i .t.. ... , - - - t Iv a-the ri nltmau fr.-m Mio.'ri pos- - J . , 1 1 1 . ! at IU'.. t.ii rn uitals advanced for shoulders, in rocerlcs, for sugar; 4J Wr coffee. a . ' I M a - 1 ilal ... 1 .f t nib .I lit si, aslbatof Oliver.UroW0.Uul lt.WM.iar s.niy couia.ine avoviaio, .u.ttt.wt.... ...( - irone iu decomposition, and Mfl.Brown I he had never seen thc red mmendatiou to , ( ' - v t " Ky j 1 I Lcghthtr,,lfunequaUo-lhcU?ko Hi, name, however arcd bt ;air';;; ... .i.i :tt I m. ntvrr. I t.r..t....iiAit 'o ro li.i-h nn.I CULUiaiQ cognition, SO hm v I ' . cm f .r lo dat-e. and l-bo Ilk f ... ' pSUIIoiltl COIllll,inK nun vvit ni 114.1. I tin Vb.lm1 in rswutrri Csrmt.! Musing ln,so.o, tM i,w LTJ au-! nice (or nisi tin einlies, at UU.'U'S 'it ti um ir li . F n k i: M A N S. ii-;ti..t UP UriUi UIU bf4i -bulil&Kl.'i inent in I lie W - r I 1 . lit '.H'.W . I U'f 1.