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HCAN Bl' HOSMER & KERR. LA.XSIXG. 3IICHIG-AJ.. TUESDAY. APRIL VI 1S-50. VOL. 5. NO. 51.-AVH0LE NO.. 207. STATE U 13 IT h ira ess l i s a i:n roc ever BY jr.SIS ASTfiOST. n;, e. r tu lave cou.-'n, Wiil ? iV'at o''K cousin a laughing, gal. T:,at was sha towed t many a curl , f,-,.r a tik a ti l.'. Will, Will r"it cou-ia, some frosty i,i?..t. Di-1 heart hc.it time to he inu-ical Ik-IU, ttV't ""r t .,., ll.-w !l -ft aa! light f Y..-in:- --p "P i:' i'1--' b'fl'.'to r i i ,',"r ",","'it "ow ' "j yn !, .mMcl.aiice t kiss Iht, Wi'L, Jt ws all a n-istak... ou knov. CalTu-i -.' Ler cuii., Will, "l i!.r-,' t of Linn ; tJ ttT! il J" "' h;!'P'' ll.'C I'Uli'l, It :h to Up it warm. n;,i virc y. W'i'.i, ". f, :i rol.-'- a t il-lwoM l.irl, '';"!'- i '!'"" ' watrii tells.- Btirr.-.l i: 'I I '"' y,f,-lf. Will, j;,.,. j',.- ... :n half complete? J ; -1- r if 'l'- :''' "here onc was, j; in i! !nt :-t t! at cu-m's f't ! W'a T" tii:.rni'i I -i fcde of !.ve, Wi!!, Ari'i I' J c.rsotig, to hear .i ti-u 'i ' '' nci-ie.l laugh ring out, ,,'. - if-'l aii'l 'Hr T X'i- v !! v t' iin' il t'i ir sisters, Will, til fi,.' w l !, t a wit ; Pllf Miu!- 1'V" V l ' 1 l a tons', Wi!!, (,'yr : IM -ii r 1 tv;:KT!!i: t!i:nitxix. ". .' f i' ;i 1 1 r;iii;i J;i!n of tlio lost c!ii! l i' iV- 'n J"-" l'r- EJ- u'y, 1:' ,t.,ro( in- t io ::m A'lronare : It !..n;; ..i.l of t!t x. n.ed itia!"' to us that the lonl d-se-iihed '!" return of ti.e sii;:i'-r a o-.-va-eeiiii Mt'-o irooun r;ij- ,.r.. in ..-: .!. and that it ...titrated, as it ihd, ?!'-.t 1 v iiii ill.- jiotioti! t ward thosj who i rje irn-d in tii.-!".i!!- r's lioo.', those who had i-. HriT.ih it-.l :.i,d "t.e-dil no re- pi-ntai:!-"." b Mirely culd tn-t bo that a Ih' ivn - u'ifv lovi-d otn' -iiiric r more . i .i -u: than iM:'-ty at.d m n- t . It !., sti uj'l:n?, rnemis, wlnm we ilianl; iroin ti- uej.th o. tat?.s author:! ;es have on;r m ii rt to re fi"t!ifu! ChrisMa'-s That was iinpo -ible. our inmoi-t nature, and devotifiy do we j tav claim these, negroes, but have ab-.Iiiti-lv re- The children i.f fo I ;ne t.r.-e.u- lii.s . !.iTl.t H. told us tti i ' riie i !oit ou- i ti;r? C -' !lerit than his Ik it;hbor. j;!t it is .os i Me 'h i' He All-merciful whoph-ad Willi silil.eo- '"to b- r.ein -' d," that the kill I S!i j-h-t d who -oe ;.f.ir v. r d- sei f and tnoi.i.t .iur.frei t'oeofie wandeiiti sheep, ten iays ol this year in .Mictniran, traveling or umorxtaiiiin.s it v.- i- tl j !: -v the shall f.- I for the iiiijK-relVd a solicitude id f through it itt different directions, stopj-in .uminitra?ion t uir.l. :i their cthive fcltf.r th'-s.' in saf. tv. and that it- d-liwr iti n- irly all its cities and some of its ...enf. warec'i on. u:': i tii -,.. 1 aili-c wumI :;i!iiiii in i fn.i.i iriMiiu i of jM-rii shall can a thrill of jo- sf.ch a- i n t oeea-ioin cr4:eii.o'-ii,ou the alre.idy .s.tcd d by a U-.e auiu . T'OIe! 11 1. on dirk river i- tl.: crun I he r cti. u Jlut to e ;itiit : su frUeh dtcia rat ions iiov liave a i a- i.i cr l'foie. We can how there is j...v d.-ep and thrilling over '.u wand, rei - return. Mich as m nt. and tami. t he fell ever th.e who have not ,,,i, from hoin-'," and et how h-vo for :he l.tt. r mav be i.oii.- tie- h s I. ich r and ti-le.rin '. .M -f.iiiv cwni;' of last week, after a day of ourvisii r. the preparation of a. 1 a like manner, n deputy Marshal of Tel hard day's work, wo left the office and star- h-tter. devo'. d cnilieJy to that trtatc, and , fair c-uiintv, e.jually ipiorant of the real b-t-d homeward. In the im.ju Indow we mainly t. settinr: forth its attractions to fu- sires f Mr. Ibtch'anan and his Cabinet in found Mrs K. in waitinr, and too ther star- ture emigrants. We did not of eotuse, de- relation to the Wanderer.-, negroes, happen-t-d up tat. street. A I nit half way. we piet Michigan as a perfect Paradise ; we Uir tl fall in with thirty-six of them while met o ir ohlcst son, and saw that he had did not attempt to make h. r the only region K.iU driven through his iu id,borheM,d, had s.me tdin'.'sof evil. He could only hay, on earth that a sensible man eould settle in; j them arreted and committed to jail for safe "Mtile Iiamy is lost, and wo cannot find but we pave a fair, honest statement of lier keepiti-r, and reported his pvoc cdi-is t.. hirn anj where." Tlie little one isthelamb I"inti of superiority t.imt ofher eon. pet- t; ,-. Jjl(.,J Sf.-.t.-s M:,rha! a' Saw.nnah 1 of our i, -Id, a bright eyed !.. between two itorn further West her girdle of navigable ,.Xj,r, .4 , 'n,,, i :. , -1 t-,i s..(i; 1. k word t. and three years ol age" with fair hair hang- waters, the eonscij Jeiit model at h.u of her Kj.it v. ihat le :, ol t.h-i i,,h. d and in in sunnv ringh ts. Dear child his lit-, climate, her abund int and admirable tim- nr;tfcn to'the a hoitics :.t W;;si4ingon in tie feet always patter in the Lall when we rin.r tl... !u.:l nt i..n his arms ban; alwnvs 4n ling." and his ro.sy lips a kiss for papa, We hastened home ai d ascertained that he had 1h-cii gone nearly an hour. The im- ' io had 1h-cii gone nearlv an hour. The im- ' md a'e n.-i rMMirh.Hxl h:;d Wn searehittj? mcha'e neighborhood b:cl U-en searching in vain. We taited instantly the streets, aih ys, , within reach were traversed but i no tid'.n-s. Ni-ht w. at hand and evi- dently our ehil.l w is be..nd our neighbor-1 mt ot little value, lnis aecoui.t ot the h.io.1, and tint e,,!.J i.i-h't wa h'st in the i north end of tlie l'eninMila was given u mi.l-t of ih.it great IJiIh-I. years ago by a itir.ru of Michigan of hidi Notice w;!ss -lit to the police station, and character who had personally traversed ir io sumo of the churches having service that month after month, and w hose m.-aus of evening. A friend procured the cri- r. knowing it thoroughly were at least e.j.nl We h id ften lc aid that Im-11, and the cry to those of any other person. Hiving i.o of lost child, but never fell the tones so s id- imaginable motive for misf.ifcnicut, we did iy as we heard them that night, as he cried ! not suspect, and do not now believe, that "l,os! child a li t e 'ooy. t. t three years he made any ; though our impres-ion thence old, lost fr..in 1 )' Kdina I'iaee bare head- derived may have given to this .sterile, lin ed, li.dit curly h-ir, had on a red dress, inviting region a greater extent that it ac stockiiigs a:ci 1 little slij-pers." O.t hose cries! tually eevcrs. Still, we n-w .- supposed. We have heard them ever since. Kind aud did not intend to state, tl.ar th. ie was frici is came to our aid, strangers cam' with no good land in ev. n the cxtivme.-t north of U-ariuI sympathy; parties were fomed, who Michigan, but that, a whole, that, section patrolled the .streets and alleys, in all direc- was far less genial and inviting to enhiv i tions, but cine: back with th sad word, tors than the south -rn p .itiu: of the State, "No tidings " and the oirresMi!iding districts west :-n 1 ihc h.eirs v.ere tn, and near midnight south t f if. Such, we have no d mb:, is he search was iven up for the night. H-ar reader, inay you never pass a night f sn.-li sts;-nse ! We sat by the lire.and 1 a w e tr heart Would ',nttd as a f.jittci reared oar gate. lVrlmpn it w sumo froiu t'.ie pvdiiv station house with our child. , No; the steps sound on. Oar door is pass-, e ! WedMprav, v.c did commit our chilJ th- All l ather, and tlr.t alone susCaiued Ihit we could not shut out th? visions to t! ns. which ir.wd.d upon us unbidden. Now " ws imagined we heard his wail above the ftsetuih of the teiiii.t.st and sighing of the waws; v vtc saw him lying iiwn the cold trrwitij, those !,ks frozen to the earth; then ag-tin we saw him caught in the. net work of nil r- ids o-i Clark street, and crushed to a sh-im-!. s jn-., Slowly tasx.l thch .ars Will daylight ; upon her. a studied disparag-neei.t of h'-r Vk- ?iu-.-:.ti l-.i.-'s . f -i.ratt-ms. he onunu-n-'Ver c -n.e It came at last. Kr'e w -' resources, and an attempt t r- pel ettiigra- u-.s to b-at. in d.-t .il, t;.x f t:r French coi- hetrni 4r s- ireh again, we went into the Waxfast r sen. ae.d There, lying ujkhi the 8whigi1i.u h:ne,w ishhs little hat." We' turned from ft, o.di-i the corner flood Ins rocking , Wse, W;,M ,. r,.;, ,ir:lwn over its head, jist as h- . -u ir. ; while ! the table was Am plate, with Lis high chair Wsid i it. Fo to tl. it luo orn ir?. oeiii.t iin.s-1 our firm- t.'H bat we k-M ii., longer. . rrit-tds o,u. t.-. assist in. (J.hI bh ss tjpni! Never diil we ueed them more '"Overdid we appreciate them more highly. The au'hef'f ies placed the police at our s-r- '? to ir.;:he - he search thorough no tidings. Nearly eiguteen hours ' bd pas.!, Cm i7 h .j e h.iu been crushed. : 0l tbo prosjv et grew darker. ded or calenla'c-d to injure tf.a ta.e At th! j inct-ire came a (icrman to the never had the least inclination t do s- Wise, and'sail that if tur child was the 'We are not likely to repeat so n ur a 0'.K5 dest -riU'iI in the mi.rniri" rar.ers be wa! temnt to write an account of Michigan tn- fc, and he would bring him. We did not j soe him, anl ori lrninj tlio nw?, drovr to the place we !uposol he tlesiqnatcd, bur. . found no fhill. Homeward again he did not crne. The friends in Fearth had in part returned, and were awaiting the r-rj; of thl ititr-lii'4';r.n;, ere they hlio'ild r ?"n. Tlie anxiety was tio deep fr word. At !a.t we saw some one coming liew far one can see who locks for a 1 .-t child nearer and nearer. It was it wa oir ' elii'd ! IoJ l- praised, he was safe ! Sacred be the mother's emotion moth ers can imagine them ! Oar friends gathered with swiriin.in eyes about ths child. There was no need call thtm to "come and rejoice with tis.'' ' duty of the l'reid-nt t r s iid i:v?n.-.s They came ttniddi'n. Tiirre were three to b- reehiiml. if y r:(--ti.'ah!i', an d p'turt;- tu r children who had not leti in p-rii ; e-1 to Africa. l!d h or t!i'1 ry.-irivc of three who had not wandered ; three whom f;.-erg who.-1 scvi t-- i t r. - hi- ri'it and w.' loved as we loved the fnrth, but O, duty to eommr.Tid fa t:t purple, iake tln-re was in our heart?, there was ainoit atiy sinecro ii'..-t in '- tst. fJ.c ! iw ;ithis ur neighbors, more over the one, than over wibjet f the three that went not astray; More The excuse ?-l i;p f 'r f t'uluj t exe-ote aye, more ! AVe did not love them the law wa?, that the-.- Afrieatis, as s.mm as but the joy was over the reseti'-d ! 'ainii-d, were drivt-n tlYinr. the iiitori-r, An holiest German had found the litth- :m 1 so distributi d upon virion plantations, wanderer a loni distance from hme, nt.d i!.-,t ihft cnull vt f, ft.itri'J awl iihn'i saw that he was lost. He took him no :u d fin. That this wn- a mrro naked t re- eirried him to hi.s hou.e, placed him in th crib and rocked him to !. p ; h i ! v -!m and fed him, and r''N.r d him tn l Ornne We asked him to aee-j f a pj i in.i.uy te omjense, but he refit.-.!, s r.inz in bn k u J-.nli.-h, I hav- i hil ba n. !.; if oi mine was l.,.-r. I v.-i.:jM watif --".ii;' hi f to tak' him m. t n- u.;it v," an ! J,e buttoned his at over his t,obh 'n?i-t.- je heart, and bid us p n be H iH our reader n-trdt.n thi i. r-omd d tan . n iir.s lauum us s"!!ie irs v. tr btf ire d;d nu fully know lb" hnport of that Word suspeii.-e. Never did e s. f'.rl the terrible meaning of the word t ' Never did we so read the deel.-ir itiottcf joy in heaven over thr r"pentitip! Ami ik'mt did we so ai T.reeiate the kind attentions I -ii Tii i i. i x- that we may never liave oce.-,i.,!- t. i-f them in a similar trial. Krm tl..- N. MlrlIIUA. V.. k li It wasourc.d fortune to spend the fir- pes, i... ctin many oi.i ami we nope maix;n- some new lriends, and eniicavorin to av'l tu our knowledge of its natural n so'ire -by iinjuiry and o!servation ( ur ener:.I -otehi:n was that the IVtrnMtbr M ! had been underestimated or tu.o little eo-.vi.h-rcd In the hot rudi of Vetvvard emi jjraiioii that it was fairly entitled to a hir- ifer sharo ..t toat emigration than it had hitherto icecivci Acet.iuuiiy. mieiiei by a desire to do justice to .Michigan and '"i ccialiy to our thousands of steadfast r-uh- scripts atcl mai, personal friends residing then in. we j:ive a 'immI portion ol the la-t ber, level but not entirely hat. surface, n erally fertile S il, .Ve. We stated tin this description aj .lied g-i cr.dlv to all of, the State that we had seen ; adding that understiXKl that the more northerly and as yet unsettled loitiou of the lYnii sul.i understood that the more northerly and as yet unscttiea joitiou oi the i emi sum was in good -art more broken nnd s'eril containing many gravelly km lis and sp i- cious swamps eovenu Willi evergreen tim- the fact; a census would su!h v f prove t. When, therefore, we are told lh:.t liram Travel or Irariot. or s une th -r e.nntj ty north of i. nes -e r.ud Ker.t. contains t! ..o tl.oo- s-n.ls of acres of fertile -oil. we lei-h tha we never iloubu-d it, but that ihc jsryra character of the iros' northerly portion t f the lVninu!a is such as we have stated. It it is not, we wi!l thank someone who knows it intimately andth ughly to write us a letter .setting Lrtli th facts, which w- shalllie glad to p.ih!i.-.h. That our letter written with the sin-1- intent of doing justice .to Michigan. pausing her to be better appreciated at the Mast, and attneting to her s..il a larger .share of cmi- gration should have Urn s- izd upon by a H.rtion ..f th J're-S! avcry j-.oru ;iU of that State, and ret rehenrej n:i tt' :-l; tion trom m-r KT..!ers. d.vs not intn-a nr- prise ns. If the conductors ot th ... j ir- nals were not blackguards by nature and liars by habit, they would b very unfit for the work to which their talents are mainly devoted. Hut that any of own these should have the audacity to sp-...k of our hnfAtuul disparagement 1 1 Mtchigin, t ur repaying its liberal patronage, by ua-xaslug L'tracti.m, &c, Ac . th ,v s co-whr t a:na us. So ! es the rc;olii-v 'Villi w ti;c!i m'.e who should know b Iter give cretK i.ee to their nciiriL'us c ilutr nie-. r u 1 det-.-r to their renn dentations of onr letter fiom Ann Ar- te her as if they e-.r.t lined s nu.t s..i.b:jnee of tri; h. We never wrote a paragraph Jnti-n- tended to expedite her settlement, having ' haJ o for phoos f-ij nrntl) in .ur late f flfort, but -nv slr!l vrtai:;Iy at no time say anything intend ;d t. ! !.-r ir'jiry. M.1IMSI lt.TJt !. i. T!t nr ; i:oit.itr:itio!i i- ia.--lv cntiiviii ::T tit afempt -t Lin.ar v.T. 1 !,? co'idi'Jtr-i i:i 'h- '-;ith. to rM'ii the African h'Q tr?'d . i ! .!t;?!n- irre- Whf; it ras - -!-:.!. t.d r'rf M-veral hundred ri- r""1' I.'td ". t m . j rt.' I fr-tn Africa by th" V:iT:! r. r, avd hu- d ujn tho eo:f-t t f l rcri.'i. i: K-ear: the .-worn and subterfsire, ini;-t be npparei t to ih- d ilh st n- r'-!iel!sioii. Those i;ero s .vcre wild African, unable to speak a word of I'tiiir-h, and as ra.-ily d;stinj:ui!iable iV. tn t lie re-id ?:t negroes of the count r-, as .-o many wild inonkes would have been The idea that some three hundred of them Alios- kintin upon our -hores became a itjnrtcr of notoriety, very soon aft r their arrival eoijid be run i It info the interior, :ied so concealed that th- v could not b traced and identified, is perfectly prepo-ter-. ns-. The march of nt'-h a uan of wild Afi leans into the interior mu-f have K-f: trace?? lx-hind little less di-tinct than tli mnreh of i foreign invadini !'r::;y. I'aets have recently tratispired which e..n-clu-iveiv t rove, not ot:!v that tl I nited ! - ueI to have anvth::::: to do wiih them. wiien acei.i-iital eiieum-rru.ces nav b;o't theni directly within th ir control It seems that a K pu; v ma-hal in li;e ni- tenor ot 'eori:i Lapped t t mo t cross tW) 0f tin-so wild Afriea!:- .if 'M i.-e,, and. e:td them to the l'niti-1 Savannah. w!: c.-ou -afe keeTiv'. i. h froiu asi,iiii ii i What onh rs h.j did ,1 jo! U :i W i.!ui.'-- ton c:,n otdy bi inferr- d it" .- -- That result was, that the in -.. -s ;v- i. eU:t. d by li'imar, the importer . t" them. ;ss hi roj-erly, at.il judicially award-d t' him on a sham trial of his claim, the I'nited States district attorney and the maruhal bjth de clining to interfere in the matter, and the xpres.'y disclaiming any authority to dc- (.,jri l;ia::er. mi! !,!.- o int.sit t 1 i.- rj.. ii f. d hi. i.ty to r ii iive. the African- t t!c pasties vi. i :ei t!e.-io io cli.ir wiien arrcstt d.and ,, ,ri , ,j on th, ir -,v ty ; nnd ,,,. , Vi.. , ( r.5llriv. Thce facts l-ijintv eoui!i;.-:;t. They Move bco.nd ail c ;:tr'iverv. tiiat the .d- :,.;:.; r:.i ion !.' ll iirr-i tiv connived at the Infamous nterj res ci.itvs. of vhich h h lore I" - t i: . lit ' ui '-. I.-M.iar:n:,i r4-.--..-v- ?h:i jot in 1 1 notice TISK tlv :l" ri!'K!H'.i; .v . st. Io your n.u'iil r . : th .- l ''h i?;st., an d an artii l".- t i -: i the " 7V c '" .: . thlin War,'' - a e. r.ti; n il!- O of tha! of the Wi , !, " 77- Anstrj in II;'. . their : J p : f?o; .-. which v;: it.-t.. b:ad. 'i.y-i Vi i O-le In lie- ;: ih wri't. n in t- vn.s !ii-!''y f .-e,-.tr;. tie;.- of ih.- pij ii;-t . lot- W I iter s i.:t'irie advantages- . f the t" : o !i:n t th: of the r'oiii Mr ioa-id Adi-o. ti..- strength ss-s. t.w i,er with tiie re- ' d.-i i ved from t'nosc p..i iu of I'o , in the war-5 of s,..!!,- of .! f.-e tions. ui tin' !-i til ifvf N to -'euii, .is if they Were to-l.iv 1 the hisi-; of i! fi n ie pcrations f r An- tn io Itiox io..l r rcim-t ioc-s vas'lv uit- fcrcnt. In the artieh- ..f thi- 1'eh ins ., the vii- tt -.- : mrns to the o!n.-r side," cor.tinuiiig his oborvath.i. en the military character of the Val'cy ( f tive I'o, ::s a basis ,.f ,.j,f.r. ntii-n-tuies," Picboo b 'i-Mruinriit aiici ar , h-s ir, " the Franco. operati !:.' Po-tz -s lie- weli-j ro ' Aus'rian h is s as i:eg:,,-ed sr,re , f the biTs, a; .J. c-':i:f u il e Ji.-ld a 1-jiHHM at ."'Mio.t. l-ats tix 1 .-ui - ri-.r-'y f the g the n. irc! or: the Hltteie I... , v -:-: con-nt'.ci ( ' e-.r.ipr:re.l with the I-'r-mco ri.'dn.oi.s.. ting the Au-rr-it's ii and th- I'i-dm hittct bv the num.-rlf 1 pirs-::i umns. whu-h s-e -.magtues w l! !- c tiven- iently ttanit.-d. bringing t U ar against each, in i's turn, a va.-:"iy mijk-m t f re -. a ti.cv - u'iv ,-v.7.-:ron. tiie A! s U::d Apr- mm ,. t .-ipn-ksing. he iys, that tic AtxTmn ;r. ps it balv shoiild r.-tiic L-h:i.d their lii.es e f the Minci- ai d Aiigo. thinks th:.- ihen Anstria would turn i.y the a.-s-s of tie- Tyr.'l, L .:;...-.- eeitian preparing for her i !.-:: - s fj!iy i y a " M-irnc" n those pliin.. and pictures Anuria dash ing int.. tl - midst . f ti e " Fra.'i.-.i'!ed.i;ot,- irrt'V wni.'e in the r.c: f e ..juvntra- ttoti, fhn , x e it:;.g ih.- gteat maiicuv r of m li . ii w.-rfre as n::ght by the l,rst Na- po.eo:-,, ::ru arn-a :-r-nig:. : ur ?-ugti cxp. fierce by Austria. 'io th' i.r-z -trt'f'e n.y sh rt an-wer : roared in "vonr t-arc-r of the 14!i inst., wherein I showed the situation of Austria t-day irjterr.ally distracted, to be t-' tr:lly different from what it was at the titr- of the Srt Napoleon, wlieu she cou'd rely uj.on the hearty co-cperatirn ef Hi::gary ; tlie zeal of her other non 'German opuh tion; the fidelity of her trof.Ts, and the r ef Kngland, Russia, and Prussia. I showed that through the erfidy of th'' ' llou of Ilapsburg" general mistru-t ai u hatred (f the ' bivcriiment exists within th Kmp.ire, that Kngland. he." former tilly, stands now aloof; that Prussia will be only a verlose spectator, that Colossal Knssia. made use of by Austria iu the " Hungarian war." and subsequently abandoned by her in the Crimean difficulty, is now ittiawnf, and that therefore, at the end of the war, the House of Hapsburg, overwhelmed with univcr-al execration, and assailed by exas perated, powerful enemies, within nnd with out, will le speedily reduced to the limits of her original Herman possessions. As to the second art trie without enter ing into all the minute details of the local circumstances, which would l e tedious to and not generally understood by your read ers' I fiow will briefly say that the Franeo-Piedme-ntese army, numbering upward of nm.immi men, will certainly take care not to let itself be, in such a very simple way i.eafcn in detail by a concentrated Austrian force of PgoMIH. The modern maneuver of concentration, which your writer says Napoleon I, taught to the Austrians, will hardly ho unknown to Napoleon 111, and his f Generals, studiously copying, as she does, the action of Lis uncle. And espe cially can he put this maneuver in ex-eij. tion with ease, since he will be in the mid- of a population friendly to the Franeo-Pied-ninntese arms, while Austria will have to act surrounded by bitter enemies and most unwilling coadjutors, who already, as dr serters, cross daily the Piedmontose fron tur."' As to your writer's notion that Austria, by the TyrJ, inflict a " Marengo" on any army attempting to concentrate on the honi bardo eneti.-in plains. I will merely ref ly. that while the Allied French ami Picdmon tese employ a sufficient force to watch and amuse the Austrians on thut field, their main strength can, under the protection f the French navy, land far iu the rear of the Austrian army in Italy, so as to neutralize tint army, and any corp.s which may ie in the Tyrol, and taking Trcistc ami Flun.s, can distribute arms to the Hungarians eager tn break their yoke, and to raise a fresh ad-eei-.-iry to the 1 lotisc cf I hpsbnrg. Co-o,.-; n'-ug with such explosive materials, nod f avt r. il bv ihe circumstance that the larger )-i of the Austrian array is coijt- s" i f arJi-Austrian euments, the one-, in. t s of Austria can, with ease, ojeu a road ; to t-ie capita), and dictate their own terms in a very different manner from that of 1 is and 'lib And, since any Russian inter vention would rthic be hostile instead of friendly to Austria, I need only reiterate my former assertion, that nothing can pre. vent the House of Hap.burg from being reduced to the narrow Ismi'sof its Herman jutfsessions unless its enemies, in their ttiumph, refuse to allow that perfidious dy nasty, even as a third rate ' Power," to dis grace any longer, by its tyiannv. the p-oge-j of history. -Pl.t '!v" WINS. Wo believe "luek" is an Mnglisli w ad. denoting spirit, courage, eivrgy. A to o. who d es ti-'f po-s. ss -i fair share of pl'l- k. is good f..r nothing now a-d iy-. Witness the faorof Mr. ioieuauaii. 'oiitiast it with that of iiis opponent, PuUgla.-. Tnepeoph like ''pl-.ick,'- and gen-raiiy en 1 r.-e it, in preference to dij lom .cy. The b rtio.r takes the bull by the horns and lioldiy bears him out of the way. Th" hirer tri- s t circ'w.i vct.t him by cunning Mid deceit. Prompt-nes-md decision e f ciiari- ter, as well as perseverance generally M-eoiopany y.hiek, and make it successful. If-Mr. liucmu.an hid po-sessod all thes-. ijiiah'ies. instead ef his procrastinating, diplomatizing, and de ceitful policy, he might have carr:-d ahnost any meaviee he had e!i.scn to recommend Put he had nothing of a saving nature iu his character. Ti ne, he had line we.rds and smiles for all : but they did "or pay hot, 1 hill or confer appointments. His prooia tinat en titriv-;! into an enemy almost .: ry disay pointed applicant l'-r ih What v mder ' They had .-fayed h. re, dee-ived iV siiKK th Wirds into the belief tint they should gt t. s iim thing, till their lat tlollai was gone, their bu-ine-s r.r chances of bin-in-.-s at home mined by negliet, nod i heavy hotel bill had accumulated, to be to! i that nothing could 1 e d tie for them. M, n who would have g.i,r home '"d-nattir.-l. afer a week's s, j .urn bete, wth such a d eisioii, ei-uld m t te expected to be less than savage after having lived . n hope de;'. rr d and exp -etat 1 i.s n-1 r-a i;t -1 for a who'..- .yt:;r. ' In y go h -, aying. ' ' "i.e u- a ; mail who knows wh it h - i, at. 1 w!; t 1. wants, and what h- is g i:-g to d , an lain t afraid to te'h" Wh-n th-y fii.d that mrm. they are going to v .-te.- f r him. and tand by him. An adv. re di'-isi-ui j ro-i.ptlv made, is preferable to a fivordje on- 1 eig d.ltyed. These ficts should all be remembered iu making a s eh-cti t; of prop, r per ie .; candidates for a dmiiiistntive ffiei s. A man for such a j l.eo should have gnat y p- eision, bold: es, and j rumptitul : of th -light and action, with the courago at:d n- rgy t-. carry out the c-'tivi-tiotis of his i'elgu, 1 1 A Krpa '!' . tvnri:v aivi:ti iikufth diuviv .ton; n t: jkvii. b:s' S.r.diy was ci.e ' Ram's Head t:ai'" of the Jews, and many e f the IskI ites appeared in the sTccts imked Tw.. young Jewesses, daughters cf Wea'thy and iv. 11 known citizens, entering ii.to ii;e -pirit of the eeca.-io'j. j-,r f.-rgot their dignity as to attire theniielves in male c!i.-thit:g,ani, tiius r.rrayed, walked up Kngh-h a-.enuc An Sicer of the Sixteenth Wurd observed them and u--tectc-u their disguise. II? .!.'. not know who they wtre, lut naturally c -n-c'.uJrd they were. ?h -piirtcrs or s-iimtLi: g of the s -rt. Ti.ey had, at any i :te, vid -;r-el a wi.s.i legal regulation, avd he eiet : r:.-ir:-r-d to take thons into custo-Jy, which hrt r.r temptel to ilo afttr Laving followed iLeia far as Thirty-second street. I hey La .1 no idea, however, of falling into the bauds r f the :n-h.or;t': s. ar.d ma. e a bands, me fig' t for ' . p. .u:re onaecust im- d to n p'.:gihs:e e--;v:.-. ' f muscle, s tbev were. S-ver d .'-TVs wi re in :1 .t;-e t in the ie::-.. -i; -te i-.-igLVrhtl, r.n I r-r.-. to the r --. T.i. y were -. n j : . ; j.v others ti..- fr.e. r '.v?s jf eond. d by .u.e e-f his co-h mi-e :.:.d a gen. ra! s f:!-'" ins".ed dum. r wl th" horiincs ..,' tt;. advet.t.ire K. r-i. ,i-, .1 of tle ir ;-o'd ! r.e.-h-ts and .s..-ver-t'. ntth-h-s-cf rich j.-w. rv Ti e bl.ie c-at- g i the l,..:,,: it. !.. w.-.-r. :n.d the w .n.. i. w. rc t do n t ii-. Sifeci;th Ward so.ti..; -beuse and i ei ', .,. I h.-y 'bspatched :o-- to iii-iuls ::t:-l ih- ir lath rs :. t' . ia;'y i:i the I c rnn g. -1 .-. ia f. r f h.-ir reh .-e. I n i .-? :- 'u - '.' rs ha i ii o d:sc! ; :-t; io ii. r A large numU r -f exc.ti.i !-in. - - ha I 1 this to." gather, i t-i,.. '., , ; !-i,t.u.s.t and it h .iked :.t lb.- lime : - ii:. n-'i a free tir f clubs would 1 ' i. ;ni:. i to prevent th m reh-iirg th.; f.i. pii-. -.e At I.i-f the farm r ot 'one of th-j young wone-n went aft. ra j.olie--ja-tiee, wln cam- and p. ned court in the station-!,; u.-e. The fair j risor.ers wa re duiy .-.rrai :ued, pi ::d guilty to the charge, ar.d wre tKsmicd with such gi.-n'l" admonitions as the magis trate deoZlM d I" Ss-.ry to Uphold ihe liiaili- ty of the law . ! is said that the f.toir ef .:. t'neiu d clart s h's il.t-.'lilioti to sue the . the r for fal..' iii! ris !:,, etit, and a:s to ..nest him for st.-aling the j.-welrv. A". Y. f'ost, Mmh ii:!..-s wii iintiA(.K i I'vrti-. The Paris correspondent of the Po-ton Trarrfr- writes as follows upon these kin dred subject : I hear 1 the o'hor day the .-tory f a y. ung man of fortune and great personal :idv:tn!a.ges, who, pre .sl to marry, d.:clarel thr.t if h t.tii.md v. baeh-lor :.t eight- ar.d twenty it was i.ot his fault, but simply because be coul'l find no p irent.s willing to acecft I he condition he advanced as j rece cedetit to the marriage lie stated that he had sued lor seven or eight holies' Lands Tin- (onditiori h urged was simply this. He insisted th- parents of the lady should enter into a formal contract, duly recorded in a notary's office, to pay all th" mantua makers', milliner's' and i'-welers bills run up by their dau g'.tei in !in-- to r.-vide f ir a!i her dressing 'a. i.-. - lie i,.!d them if they would accept thi e.e i;i i..n he Would leave her whole dowry hi H eir hands This young man s.ii !, a-- 1 Lave nl ready sta ted, that he euld not lin l a sing-e parent willing to accept his oiler, although one .f the yeiung ladies had a dowry of a hundred thous;ind dollars. You will approve the discretion of the young man when you think wives at present find six thousand dollars a year an inadequate sum of money to supply tl.eir exp-uses of dress M. A lex. Duma telis incidentally ef the Countess in whose suit Le travelled from Paris to St. Peters burg, that she has eighty dresses and thirty-six bonnets. Peckoii the money tho. dresses cost, I dare say you would find it nearer twenty thon-and dollars than u; oth'T s-:i , f o y. As i,.,r JnVe '. it and a- t:ed :'o" i have b. - e.ei.i to . !l:.o:dinaty -iglits I n;n sil .-ui pi i'-d a: tin money wasi.-d In-ie on dr. c . ! hay-, had . m s !' i .rett.-s point d out to n..- in th- p.c- !.-iulogne who nev.-r .v, ar the i'i,-. tviee, and habit them- o !'.. !?i t, t e-.v oress. s Ii..' i)-n tie-'.- go to tie- :hf-:r's. IJy lhi -lio.i.i .-vTraV.-l- . ii-h v. e.'. .s' I,.- ii'.t're. ii' 1 , pr. '.e lie- mill of tie: hnd aiat " ei., e... . ... i i, is-.. i, ..mi fM'y-tiii'it;.: tii.; uain mvcit i i - tw t.i i ; s s it kit. n i-:i: n Vt , .!; y e. t:ing las .,ho-t S o'elo.-k, the M-a.i a ;s .V.- 'h niiei Iloln.e-, bound from i'ifshurg fu- Si j .ui, nnd t' f Ibivid ;!- n, ti .: Ni v (blear.. !'.r Cincinn a'i. c m . in - !ii-'..n : s'. it di.-t-!i'-e b'-he.v 1 t.r.--burg, Ky .. .oi.I tw n ii. s ; b..e, nnd in 'gh? ef Aofoia. with ei li ihree as to sink ihe f .roi- r in-'ai .!y. -m l :b- l:tt"r iu a f-'W m::i'i'. - The ll-'ttci bad a heavv ear:''.; n'oi--. if. n, .it;d gen rai mcrchat.-dis.-. 'i':;e!:'-s i o'ert'im bhds vnr :'.,r i'ln.-inn-ni The nigh: w s e.a:',,, a-el the wind was b'.r.v.ng vi !. r.t'y w h'-n t)te t-..ljt-:sion -ct:r-r.-d, and r is y'- . ,'. ;.-tt ,,. J;i. ob-cur d th-- !;!.:- - li.af la-iti.. r pile1 saw th--aj -pro:n -hii.g l. (f. until h- i ear pr -v-t.t the :.--.-!i "it. i n ' I! -ii'ii-. wis cut into i.ei.-.ao-l suns: immediately. 'I he tJib M'U s-.v-:i:g :!r-'-;nd and w-i- run f.rth shore. b. f re r-a.-hirg it she sunk, the cabin 11 -itirig ;. iv;t ; -.vr.rT- :ii:s hi. ere v,-..s a -ii.i'1 t riding b..at named Aotie; Lauti-- No. .". near bv, but the own er r.-f.iM.I to !. t any o,:o have the use of a ski'T t.g. to th i--is',i:; V' . f the suff. rers. lb arm- d ill r- 1;' '.v::h a Int.?!.-. t. and his w':''; v.-it'i a b cvi- knif. , and t!,e pair tin. af :.-.-! to kid any "tie wh-.sVuli fc.uch the s.-Ci'i. t : : 1 : 1 : 'eh .'s . ,j, is 'h" tcin.e . f :!e, ,.:.-, Th-- 1 1 I..: - h i 1 a i aig nu'.it. rofy.i seng' -s. t;i.s'. . f whom w. re 'tiigranfs t i'.k -' Peak Sh w- r.' d i vn in the mi i- t eat !y ( very per wo"-. 'i l e.vs'.vas .:.-oiv.e i, wnii" neiMV of til : i. f;e :'.-h Wet- tils i ..it. As - ..ei as tiie ei"z,-i:s of Aurora h-atd : '!: re-c:i t.t, th-y did .-v ry tiling in h'.:r p . r to r-n l r .ai-f.o.ee. J-'v. ry .-kol w it'iin reach Was bn-'ight into re.pii ,:ti .n. M-.-n rowi J with a'm.v euperhu !:; .n jw wt r, ar.d l..?d after hod was ian-b d nj-'U th.- b'-aeh. a n rg whom were neviv "(. n vh had h-t th.-ir chihirin, and children v. ho had jo.,: their arents, and (; rr who f;ad 1 st all they Lad. The lh.imes hs l -;xty-hve chin and i'l'-ut thirty dv.-k i R.ors. Tic crew wet:.- all is.'...- . xeej t Mr. Cd dw.-li. the e-R-gir..-. r, and a cabin hoy. Sc-;?rcs I ::r. yGK"ir r or ti; r: li,i.. Watch Wrr.:;. A dis i-tr-cis- br-ak h is ..:.v-;r: d vi th - C-bit iafo Wat-r Works, ab !:. P' - Pes fr,.m I;..-,.,,. Th- daily -itj-ply -f s .MiM (1i .) ut ,f v.at'r i c ;t ..tf and the fa -t.-.rie- at Newtoo, h"p- r f alls, -r- -.ii-ativ dnuage... Tie city rej th riti s j. ::K. the j nh!i , that I r the ItvaJnt il. ipplie-s cf writer fro'u tur mi U- ,t ,.j cd oS". Kroiutti in.-on.i r.'l' !:it!i:i:i.i; m icidk ok . voM i i"tKsii:c k im- mt:u him. A suicide under remarkable tirenmstan-, ecs took lace iu this city about six o'clock last excung (the ..th int.) The Litorv Of tie low,: ajp to Ih; sliout as fol- 1 or a e. o .(-, rablc time past u Hungari an n.uncd llmiuu d ticrrar.i, who k" j s a cigar st t Ao. me street, c-ppo- had su.ja-til Lis wife of an site ti reen. imj-ny- r .. .an. (w la s give. I and i i.rne. . f with hi:. i tv'.e '..s n. i. g-.sij,. i lo her Lied; ihe h .l.e of tin es ry i.macy w;tn a t icrman t livsi- name" ,t n ay not Iv proper' to d aivuM-lhtr. fiom time tu t ing and kc pii g asignaticns l i.e faioi.'i .r ii.tenvurs- of the ! she sut j-ct if neighborhood .id he -n in. h'.-tiiously r. polled ;- d. Tii- doctor bad b n in vis ting liso Mere two or three d..y. and the husband had warmd him that he ,ut cease bis attcn- .... ... ta .ii,, a:.,: !.- L:.l i.t made h:s ppe.nrar.ee lil tie : S.c the wi ll.el.t I urday bail l'. : h en, Mla e last Tit .-slay time la week a letter written by thl ySr West, having been t.. th,- d.vtor. making an appoint- fVtW T""l 'J ".mh i., es. by the as mi. ol him at ihe j- t office on Sat- 'C.f Ofluvr Pawwen: to the residence - ! ii into the Lat.oS of her bus- t i by hi- itipK-st an aj pr i t:ec in y. ' an o .lac-h l oiebcl, yyitncss d the lie i til nd followed the parties about t'i :r.-.t until the return of the wif. to h. r residence They did not st.p at any pi .ee of resort, but walked and talk ed for an hu;r r two. Yesterday evening the husband and the apj t ntiee w- re sitting at a table iu the ci gar store, engaged in manufacturing, the wi.. occupying a chair t.etwten tbom. wlun Hcrrard ae.-uvil his wile of adultery. angry di-puie followed, iu which Kith be came very much cxci'cd, and used harsh language, which continued some time. Mrs tbrr-ird fileillv mso fr. io l,.r unl and pas-ing bi hind the counter, t.H-k down M,,nla.v lat. at 'oix'svilie. some line sjK-ci-a loaded pist.J banging uj-on a nail, placed """"r ,f 1 n ehxol cannd co:d, tak thc muzz'c to her right temple, ami littr- f'1 .fr"" "l u 111 m a cal IU ir the top of her head vfT ! Her brains were scattered in every direction over her husband, the show-case of igars and table, and the shelves and loxes i-f the Of course instant death followed. Coroner Carey was ea'led to hold an in- .most, wLcn the facts, as we have detailed them, were divulged in the evidence. It appoars that Mrs. tlerrard and her nu-i ani nra, iteiore coining to tins c'iin try. o '"U.i'd a very gvnl social position, and the wife was descended from a noble Hungarian family. They were both very .jiief, ord.-rly persons. Whether the act f s. lf destr.iction was cancel l.v nt thc discovery by h. r husband of disreputa- bio conduct, r by indignation at his aecu-1 s itions, can never of course be known. KKTitKttf nivti i:pkasks. e7 . . . . , A comparison of the estimates submitted , c , , . to tongie.-s fur the various departments of ,, f,. . i r .i ' Jr the puhl.e scry.ee, and of the sums finally embraced in the appropriation b.lN would convey the impression that real aud crcat . J. A , , , , , litrencliment had U'cti not t.nly resolved , . ,. . , .... . t.abie .... v tl,,. s. giually. and n-xt priatcd. .os .! in the l ills ori- those actnady appro- li 'ii i.ir ! j. i ..'.. I s.; 4JN i ,':.s:.i ; im :'! la :,...;: e.'is ).. .irr..'le l !: .la -ti.Mi i I :-. ..-. -.a.'.j i,T'.::i. ih.i I 'UTM.i J..l ..'. i:.,:.'..si . ..;,.'.-; tl'. Z-i t.M.iil.l :;g;; .i .-. :;l'.i ii. i I U..J ma ',;.;, -I: . 1 he,,- rcti, iichii.cnts lK.k well on pa-e r, but it n.ust not be forgotten that the prac- ti.-.- of the Administration is to get up dc fn ieney bills, by which millions are drawn out ol 'he Tr-asiiry annually. 'U.ese bills gem-rally appropriate s tue ten millions, in addition to ihe ,,timat -s of the various de - partments; and we shall be greatly surpri- sed ii the next Congress i- not called upon to make- up f..r th- par-iincny of the res- '"' ' i-ia.. Kkmakk ..!.: Woman The Norfolk .i.atij in that city, n W. diM-sd-.y .-fa cdore 1 female named Sa- r:di Malli rv, who nt the time of h-r d'-ath d'-atl -.va, in h. r hundred and twentieth year : -i ler youngest child attended br funer- A :.- th.."!:.st of the fan.ilv bis back is 1, t.i. and his locks frosted o'er with ,, ,ou, of sev. nty s. yen winters. She ,,ev- . r .,s...J glass.-., and to the day of her death '''ii i Uirea'i a nee.iie as rtauily and easily a, ever. I I r remains were enclosed in a in at mahogany cfiin, on the top of whie;h u.re tbe inifinls M " l'll Tl.f were foll.wcd to the grave by a large n urn- J?'1 1 wl,,tc l1"5! U- br ol both colors. Arotir.d the hearse ,,i,"r fh county, I, v.ng n.-tir we, cvx venerable negro-s, who with a )J r alley ; Mid the hla.-k one to .lobi. white ,ash acruss their 'shoulders acted as 11 C' l'Ul'tvT' ,;'ar 1 T' tl" pall Larcrs; U hind were twenty-four old 0ou , cy went up to I lolly .-rings eol.red lad-, many of them possibly three ?u f i': a,'J "V1" h',,," score and ten years of age, who were aUircd i ,l w.a9 th? '' ,A TUte l in black drcses, black capes, with three ' L,I?f:lf f, , a' a 1wl,Jte n'- r.ov- of uhitc ,ib), r, arounds the lead col- J,ft ''""f r!1 1,1,5 "V" a r''' or, d chip bonnets, with a wliite curU;Uf ; tate; but bisj-lans we,c fntn.l. asalvc trimmed with three row- e.f black tape ; Mato'1 th'-ti followed .-evcral carriages; while ANt.w.I. I. Mr. Win. I,at,n of Au erowds f .Unwed out, to see the last of this burn, Ma?, found ..00 in bills by the "Id l i ly, who had lived out six score years." j roadside, near Worcester, la t year. J I" Law or Vv The Autocrat of the I .rcakta-t Table cites a case in which it was t i-Kc i tfo't Ac Action for JSattory will Cyt ari.j dmar.'ie-l ir. Katon askcl him iie f.r a blow given in return for a pun. ; lOW jlC 2 ,t it, Le replied. " None of joor As rep rt. d, the trial was before Miller J. p.iness;'" but youhi b- content with ba'f. He t -e-onted a sTjbscription par-r to ISoe, I Tt further naesfions. bo .d that bi name an-l nrge.j the claim ot sufi-ring Lumamty. j w,s j0in Tiril jrew a r.ip r. He r tied by a-king when chanty was like p:at,,n Iorthwith paid .J. H. Am be took a top .' I: was in evidence that Ihe pre- tic monev. be gave tLrrc cLe.-js, and then s.-rvrd a difinifiei silence. IS-w then said, j..ftf jn a mwr a, - j.red to indi when it logins to hum. Thereupon Doe cat0 a fear of being pursu' d. tru.-h Ib.e, whose head hit the Alonthlij A'g Baqon'1 stolen Miscellany, and Wot-ldm't limn. As the polite omni-m- rtific-atiou ensued. The ass.aciate Jadg- J Las agent of the Lexington and Louisville es, iffer eoi.sulting, agreed in the opinin, ILail-road was going through the' ladies car, whi'-h they thus announced "Jest so." checking baggage, be asktd a very pretty l!ut the Chief Justice re-joiecd, that no njan 'jourjg laJy if she had any baggage tbe sh.'uld jest sc. without punishment, and wished taken t. a htel. She replied, "So charged f.-r the risoner. who was acejuitted, , sir." The agent then asked her if tlo and tiie pun ordered to be bcrned by the would Ukea 'bus. She irtaatly gave him heriff. The Miscellany wa forfeited a?ia very feweet smile anl rcrflied, "No.sir.I as deod-ind, but not claimed. ; am not in a bussing humor this evening." ! The agent dropped his memorandum Lire The fir half ef life in spent in t book, and returning to the baggage car, beging for the second ; tie? s?conl in rc-fgaid be felt onwelh Islington States greiting the r?t ! i man. KID.PP13 IX VA1MXG1X. A free colored womatt, r.ana:el Catharine J1at'li"' ha, Ucu residing m thw city for h 0,Sl,or 1' srJ llT, l"2 wuh t!,P fainll" 1 f ' cnntor r,?nt of Jersey, as a servant, iter niotticr was t slave of the West family, iu Fairfax county, State of Virginia, r.nd w:, by will, made free, and received her jajers as such in 1 N.. The gitl Catharine was born in 1S.T7, in Phi! 1 ! bin, where her mother had r-moed. Soon after, the n ether re m1 'lt1 r ' Vcrgtnia. making the f-'' f the W e-sts hor on c.b vking nP to inem tor protection, t atlor.nc gene rail v re siding in the city. One of the est family , 1 nving removed to this cily, c.ut.e to tii-' h term imit ion te arrest Catharine, and sell her as a slave. Hie. getting word of Lis intentions, went into Virginia and pr fined a paper from 1,10 CiJli ". w-iuorting. I iitut? I'eitu to ..r. a.... I ' .. . .11 . . l""v. rUKl V ' ' '"? I.n- from intern ring with her. Not withstand 1 "-'J1'1 ''"r"1- ..iiucr tm-promis, of carrying her ti ihe magistrate, tok L r into pss,ss:,,iit an,! carrie I h r to ihe office ;f ('- deah-r in negroes, and " - " irgona, wncre ne nu t .Mr. I ook, ai.l wM !i r, and she was immediately carried into ihe town of Alex andria, where tdie still remains. Warrants yvere isud f.r the arrest of West, but as yet be ha eluded the officers. Measures Lave Ifen tak n to have the mat ter In forc the grand jurv. with a view f Imhling the parties for kidnapping, as well as conspiracy. il ash. iirjmMic. TlIK MlXKItAl. KltSol'KCLsor S'UTUKKN MiriiiiiAN. .Vc, o. We were th.wn n basin, within the limits of that village. This vein, over three feet iu thick lies, w.i" discovered after luring about twenty feet below the surface, thai lieing as far as the workmen eould proceed until a shaft was ',,k to I,roUvt them from the water. ) hcrcv. r hiring has Ken .lone, coal has been discovered. We are informed that a .scientific ideolo gist bus examined these drifts, and is of the opinion that there is every indication of a vast extent of coal not many fei t from the surface. We are inclined to U lieve that this " coal basiu" xtends into Lena- Wrt'. a,lJ ' Pranch and Calhoun coun- tl aml tliW ,la3' ,s f'4r ,,'-,4a,lt lu n Jwvi-ri..! in this section ! V ,11 1,ut .hJ,m5 of ,,lir "'""hc men luvcs- itigato this mutter.' The resources of I Southern Michigau am ju.-t l'ginning to , be developed. Iron ore is found a few -i , f i . :u i miles west ol Jonesvnle, and no atmg i . - . . i works Lave been erect o u. ar the .re Uds. ; TLc ffianufao( t . , , irou h in MCCM(ul ,. T((.v ... . ' - . turning out as we arc ii t. ni.. d, hog.-. iuan- e .t i i - titles el this ir..n ts-r 1 . wt.ah i. in i v- ,;,, iu jv,,lvania or ;oiy - the, pait of ,J,e Fnin-d Mai'. s. -.,i fiieod, at .lones- ore ro.ru.i.1 ns Inn. -i .m. tv ... ... 1.. ville are iu fin.- spirits over the i.-c i.t dis coveries of c al at thai place. It Will give the place a new impulse Mid increase, its business importance mere than any other circumstance. A'ria-t V. posttor. . .isi A iJoi.n ami Sum. wi- Pi -u i..r. I'r.i rt ikii The Oxford (Miss) Mrrruty tells the folluwiug story : V1' Saturday ni"ht n ne.n uho nt.iioarei! to pH, rfectly white, but who was really ti - W.T a, art..l at Mrs. Poitiers hotel and an,pirdfor lodgings f,r himM-lf and servant a U(,n, ,., virv ),.u. tJ reprcsc-n . ,,,, ,jm0f as a tra'v.'h r going North, and i afttr eating suj pi r with the regular guests, 1 re,,,i.stod before retiring to U called up in j tm(i , vave n o'c-imk tram next morning, which was accordingly done TuC y.j- darkey was placed in the negro 1 ear, and recognized our black passenger ! T"'. th .r.ri". a" . "!' . frin"1 ' 'H1 Sam !' said tLe hand, 'wh. ro you gwine V -f P""- V,ri I 1 " '"I l" a UU iU r 'T l",,tit i.'i!eve you is; you u,,u " . " ?" nvu? lul"- ,",t l,i"t,'f'r ui '1",'t " l" ( 'i-'l.tctl what bad Oss. d U, llt; conductor. . v - a . i i l . i . 1 ho particularly tiot.ecd the g, ntltman in 1 l" r c:,r ra,r!'s ..f', th ,' WM 1 i,,".r an a',,f,"h. T) " s.mttliirt c-Is' that w is n. t ngt.t. lien the train reached the junction Le Lad them Imth arrested, and brought back on the re turn frain, and placed in tLe Holly Springs j j p, ,,r9l3y, a fctrang-r aec.sttd birn in ; ,be street, gave an c-xact acount cf the mon. advertise! i.t me owner, nut in vain.