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LANSING STATE REPUBLICAN
Tl'EMOAY MOUM., APRIL. 10, 150. What 14 the Verdict ! " The Republican are on trial before the Peo ple," (said the Locofoco newspapers before the pring lection) in ill their relations to Govern ment. The Judiciarv are on trial directly, in the person of the Chief Justice, for the decision in the case of Iav r. Owen. The Governor is on tril for the recommendations in his Exccu tive Message, which were pronounced iuipracti cable, and extuvagant, where they a.-ked for ap propriations, and oppreive and arbitrary, where the related to other measures cf State Policy. The Heads of State Department were on trial for an empty Treasury, made so by their neglect, recklessness mid rapacity. The Attorney General was on trial for not hav ing collected from the Fi.'t-tiix Bank, the money (i;,a(fHHi) purloined by the last Looof.ico Hoard, and for other enormities, too tedious to recount. The Legt-iatur were on trial for having acted up to til-.- suggestion of the Executive Message in the pa-sage of a Registry Iaw, in the appro priations for the Alutii, the State Prison, Nor m tl School, remission of interest to the Ctiiver titv, and provision for the Agricultural College, f r the Geological Survey of the State, the collec tion and public ition of Dr. Houghton scientific r.dicia, for the il-V''1' to the surfing counties, for the vs!ern -f Stit-- Muds, by which the great north is t b- opened and approached, and for the 'a :t (Veil Bonds. Coon the foregoing state i.-u s, 1 upon many minor matters which it is hardly worth while te name, the Republican party were duly arraigned before the People, to be tri-d trpon the first Monday in April. There were other issues also, which firmed counts in the Locofoco indictment, but these is H'ici wer rather of a Federal character, than be longing Mrictly t the State. A Tinted States Senator had been ducted, utterly dlstast, ful to the body of Locofoco editors, abhorred by the leader of th.it party, and bitterly hated by Gen. Cass. Ha l he been an old Whig, or even an old Abolitionist, they might have .eft him out of the indictment, but to elect a man who once had been an old Deinoe-a, ws too much, hence they put him in with " n'ot 'ri." Tlie Personal Liberty Act well there, if a'! counts should fil, cxtravagince, Land Swindle, empty Treasury, Senator and all, they had a ure thing on this, regular Abolition move there they had for certain, and there could be no dodging. The day of tri.il came the jury were duly em pan tuded and .sworn the witnesses were railed and the Chief Justice We.' The day of trial passed slowly away, the night came, arid brought with it, a verdict of approval for all ami singular tlie above acts and doings, and many others not laid down in the form of l.",o. pop ular majority. The Plaintiffs, a usual with de feated part ed, have moved for a new trial, to come off in November, 1 SOo. Republicans, be on hand with your witnesses. The Republican State Administrattion and Legislature, richly deserve this noble nieces., for they have fairly earned the commendation. In addition to a punctilious discharge of their respective official duties, they have taken the laboring oar, in a positive, energetic policy in volving great responsibility, adopted with care and prudence, but prosecuted with inflexible firmness and purpose and what is as good us all the reft, they have done this without waiting a thought upon what Locofocoism might say, either pro. or con. They well knew where re .ponsibility lay, and they have well wielded it. They well knew, that do what they would, Loco focoism would howl ; and that they would howl no more dismally over strong and beneficent measures, than over irresolution and weakness. In s- reasoning, beliving and acting, t'le People hav' gallantly sustained them. IMr Oltl Tniniinn)-. Th harp tht .nr thmtieh Tr' Halt, Th ul of muie siit, Now bane- a ireCe- on Tara WalN, As if that soul wer fiel." Amid the thousand evidences of the final do cay of the old Democratic party, and of the fa ding of hr glory, once deemed immortal, none is more demonstrative, than the following half-line, "Ttmmuf Hilt u for '." Tammany for sale the seat of the ancient Sachem of the Old Tribe, who for fifty years have held for sale honor, worth, talent, character ml public virtue, U finally herself at the ham mer. Farewell secret cabals, noisy meanings, rejoicings), dances, drinks, briles and offices. Horrid Sea Massacre. The Telegraph brings the details, taken from the Courier Ik Etat Unis, of the loss of the Ship St. Paul, anJ the massacre of 33 persons on board, both tailors and passengers. The St. Taul belonged to Havre, and was making, at thetime of her lossr, a voyage from China to Australia, with a load of Chinese emigrant. It wa9 one of the numerous Islands of tha Louisada Archipelago that the vessel was lost on. The wreck took placon the 11th September, but the passengers escaped from this peril, and an English vessel was hailed. It was too small to carry away all the unfortunates, and 53) were left till word was taken to Sidney and another vessel was sent to their relief. This relief expedition arrived at the place in December or January, and found that of the 530 individuals, but a Chinaman had been saved, all the others having been saved, all the others having been massacreed by the sava ges amid the most frightful tortures. Military Board. The State Military Hoard met at Detroit on the fifth, at which meeting everal measures were taken for the benefit of the uniformed militia, among which was the gen eral muster and inspection by the Adjutant Gen eral, or his Assistant, of a'l the volunteer com panies of the State, on or before the first day of October next. Als that all members of Com pares not present at such muster and inspection, that must be satisfactorily accounted for by affi davit or otherwise, and that they are in all re spects uniformed and equipped and properly drilled. Measures were taken to obtain leave from Con gress to use the Military Posts and Forts, for the purposes of discipline. Acstria. Late foreign advices say that not withstanding the Congress at Aix La Chappelle peace news and all, Austria continues her war like preparations. It is computed that by the end of March, Austria would have in Lombardy 0 battalions of infantry; and with artillery, ciralry, and engineers, the army in Taley would be about 22'0 strong. Two Heads hot Better tha Osk. One bov in a shop is as good as a man. Two boys, how ever, are worse. If there be but one boy in a room, he is as quiet and sedate as a Quaker. In troduce another, and ground and lofty tumbling, and aommeraaults will be the order from sunrise tul dark. An Important Office, well llestowrd. AtTlr In England. I Dr. James II. Jerome, of Tompkins Co., X. Y., The London correspondent cf tie Nov York ! formerly cf this State, ti ler brother of Hon. Tribune says that the Derby Cabinet can scarce George Jerome of Detroit, ha, received the ap- i ly escape a defeat nul final overthrow, however i pointmerit of Resident Physician at New York j desirous to maintain its position, by Melding in ) Quarantine. Committee to the more advanced reformers. ' Dr. Jerome is a Surgeon and Physician of the The discussion may be continued for '-me days , first eminence in Lis p" . .ession, as well in elemen- j yet, but it does not produce that feverish excite- tary learning, as in practical skill, and has a clear j ment which we have often witnessed at great de- j and certain discrimination. He has a mind rife ; bates. The fact is cverv bodv knowns that the with activity, and is watchful, untiring and enter prising in' science and practice. It need not be added, that he is a ?ound and indefatigable Re publican, and that he has received this hind some, lucrative and respon-ible office from Gov. Morgan, will please many Republicans in Michi gan who know him, ai'le from his family of brothet s. Dr. Jerome has lorg filled a Trofssor and Lecturers' Chair on the Institutes and practice of Medicine and Surgery in Geneva College, and in that capacity also, ha alutair.e 1 his high pro-. fessional reputation. In reference to this appointment, tlie Itliica J'j'irnal of Apt il "th sirs : "The nomination bv Governor Morgan of Dr. Jerome for Resident Physician at Quarantine, gives universal satisfaction to his many friends in this conntv and in this, t-art f the Slate. It is a recognition of t!; Republican majorities ; steadily preserved by Tompkins County, and gives assurance that we are not neglected or for gotten. We deem this appointment made by the Governor eminently fit and appropriate, and while we were earnestly desirous that the po-i-tion of Health Officer might be accorded to Dr. Jerome, and believed him po-e-s,.l of qualifica tions which peculiarly fitted him !'T th.it respon sible st .ri n, we ;tre yet satisfied that the .roper election was not wi?'iot:r its difficulties, arid glad that a nom'natio:-, s. con d etdv to that of Health Officer, has fee:i award, d to Dr. Jerome. We. are sure that tie- action of Governor Morgan in making thisappoit.tmer-t, will tie ef the w.;rm ap proval of the Republicans of n.-f.-rn New York, arid tin' t'.e ii. -M- ;T.e.::ul.T. will o discharge the lilt!, s ( his :- to venire th" I ivor and s itisl'aetio'i el all. We rejaice that his energy and skill are vcured hr a position of so much tru-t and respoiit.ility.'' Aner l t oi i f'onl nta. Series .s to the efl.-ct of the late Rilliard ex citement upon public morals, we are unable to determine ir occurs to us, in view of the fact that the match ha taken up the largest chare of attention, that it would be tie .re profitable to en quire what is likely to be the effect of public morals, of the billiard question. Atbor It 'creed your big elm tree right it had no bu-iness to set its If up against Mich a wind as b'ew I i-t Thuisday ni-thf. Invalid If your friends and tie; doctor won't give you enough to eat, move over the lir.e into Gratiot, and make a!ii lavit. Lecturer It' lecturing on Spiritualism don't pav, and yu vnrl. I comb i.e itli it some anal Hg.us oee ipation, buy the "'tampion of the West," or some other noted hore, and put your bills au I Ida up together. Garden If your seed has froen out four times, you had better wait till winter is over be you plant again. Sensation t'an't tt II you what the Locofoco watchword will be in InJo; two weeks ago, the prevailing I.ocofoco enquiry at the polls was, irlirn in ti hr'thrril ijn'nut fit brnm ' Arctic The net Expedition in search of the frozen remains of Sir John Franklin, is coming up into Ingham county. Punctuality The town officer you mention had a good excuse U r not being at his place of bu-iness on i hnrsday last he was busy filling his ice-house there is danger of the ice soften ing in the river and he couldn't wait. Thermo. We .. seen something cooler than the present weather it was last week, when a man sold ten cords of wood to a neighbor from whose lot he rtolo it. Quaver "The pursuit of music under difficul ties," is understood to lie hanging on to the sides of the capitol, with teeth and toenails, while a concert is going on inside which costs a quarter. Die Vernon If you d light in runaway hor ses, you will have to leave Lansing they can't be got up at the present price of oats. Order The riot in the Third Ward last week, originated by a fig'.t between two railroad ope rators, over a dime found in the ftreet. Opening The effect of the late gale in the heavy-timbered lands, was rv-mendous. Artist The prettiest job of ornamental deco ration which has met our notice lately, was done on a new-painted hoard f nce.by the snouts of six hogs, from six different colored mud-holes. There is no call for an ordinance to prevent swine from running at large, fur they confine themselves to yards and gardens exclusively. Young Mother Pirt is healthy once a year is ofren enough to wash a child, unless you ex pect it to have a continual cold. Sport You can get an undoubted specimen of the short horned Ilampootah bull-dog, by ap plying to any Ruclsanan editor. They are nil agents. Slave Tp.aie. After ineflectnal attempts to indict the crew of the Kcho, at Columbia, a true bill has been found at Charleston. Capt. Corrie is under indictment at Savannah, but informality is set up. The 7Vi''o say that the examina tion htld on board the bark Rawlirs, otherwise the Rosa Lee, seized a short time ago in the Hay of St. Joseph's on the coat of Florida, has re suited in the binding over of the three nufes of the vessel to appear at the May term of the Uni ted States Court for the District of Florida, to answer to the charge of having murdered the Spanish captain. The prisoners, it seems, open ly confessed the crime. It appears from letters found on board that the bark was t' proceed to the coast of Africa, and that she was to have been met on the coast of Cuba by a schooner, to supply her with an outfit ; but why the Spanish captain was killed, or what the ultimate intention of the murderers was, d vs rot appear. The American captain, who wa absent at the time of the seizure, has not yet been arrested. California. Ry the Tribune last sumtuar ry of California news, wh'ch embodied date to the 21st ult., by way of New Orleans, the John L. Stephen had arrived at Panama, with I,5"", in gold. The Vanderbilt line of steamers had stopped running. The trouble at Shasta had been satisfactorily settled. The total ship ment of treasure from San Francisco for the year up to March 3, had been ,'2S4,"7- 3". Money was stringent in San Francisco, and the receipts of gold from the interior light, in consequence of thj bad condition of the roads. Business rather dull, ard tra l. depressed, in consequence of the expected arrival of largo qmntit'e of goods. Ax Important Qrrsnox Settlep. The Alba ny Eve. Jowri.',ay the question has lately leen raised whether naturalization by State Courts is legal, and it has been argued that as the power of Naturlization is vested in Congress; by the con stitution, it can only be delegated by it to Feder al courts, organized under the Constitution. This view, if affirmed, would disfranchise hundreds cf thousands of citizens, naturalized by State Courts, to whom indeed this branch of business is almost entirely left. Judge McLean, of the United States Circuit, however, in a decision last Thurs day, at Cincinnati, held that the power may con stitutionally be, as it has been, conferred on all State Courts of Record. House cf Commons are personally opposed to J any Reform ; and should a vote be taken by oai- ( lot, it woull certainly result in an overwhelming j triumph of the Conservatives. It ii the scram-j ble for place which urges the Whigs to make j promises to the conntrv, with the intentlun of i I keeping as little af them as poss;Me. All this is j very well understood by the public, and there fore the interest in the discussion ti.igs. It h is had so far only two salient points ; tlie f.rt, when Mr. Fox reminded Sir Edward II. Lytton and DTsreauli of the time when they worked to gether with l.im us the most extreme leaders of the working c'asses, and requested them to make allowance for those who have not changed their opinions; the second wa still more striking. Mr. Adderley twitted Bright with offering the sutlrage to tho working men, when thev had nsked lor ana rrigm camuy r.-pi vu, a gave mem tree traie. lue effect of these few words was electric; the house rung with cheers; it was a proud moirent of triumph for the great Quaker. GtyucE Baf.n'.vi Lt. in Nf.v Yor. The city of Ijnd.in pays annually for the production upon the Theatrical Boards, of the play of "George Barnwell, or the London apprentice," who.,? his tory was in the main like the following, giv. r; bv the N". Y. Tfhnn : 'Jason Brookhoven, leeerrlv a clerk in the employ of Mes-rs. Lathrop, Lud lington ,; Co., at .'. 'j.'- Park .lace, was jirreste.l reentlv by Olli -.-rs Wondri.L-e and Jonrd-'U of the Sixth Ward police, on suspicion 'l having n l.hed his employers. The youth is about go vears of age, and it appears has been leading a fast life. Un der the cognomen of Frank Hall, he kept u mis tress, in trie person of Caroline Buekman, pro prietress of a low drinking hole called "The Path.r," on Broadway. The firm discovered that he had bentowed upon his mistress silk and vel vet dresses, laces, ribbons, and other articles, worth about ', which he had purloined from their stock, up of the velvet patterns alone costing lg:. Tlie stolen goods having been traced to the woman, she was arrested, arid a good share of ihe property recovered. Brook haven and his mistress were committed to the Tombs for examination. Don't I.Ut Prni.lf ITY. Hon. Edward Bates of Sr. Louis, an old fashioned and most able Whig, haiug been addressed bv th- N. Y. Whig j Committee, who are now ceki:ig resiircctioi!, has written a I.-tfer, to that Couimllt. e, which they ilon't like to publish it is thought to b- a little too much Republic m. The N". Y. Trhnf savs: "Will the gentlemen who own "the Whig Geii er;d Committee" in this City allows us to s. the letter of the lion. Edwtrd Bates of Missouri, which (77 Ksjirt states was read at their last meeting Mr. Bates Is widely known and e--teemcd as a genuine "t 11 Line Whig," whose views will be read by thou-amls with lively in terest. We lad not before heard for years of his writing a political letter, and we should Ike t print one. Why is it suppressed V Will Thr J'.'spre let us know f We do not a-k Th' Es j.rr to print if, but to let us print it. Ir Tfi.i.3. At Pott Huron, opposite which city Tyler shot and k:!!e l Capt. Jones, for which he was fined a dollar, they don't think much of the sentenc of Judge Wilkin. The por t Huron V'-" says: A man in this city, who has not lived very happily with his spouse had been con templating a divorce, but when he heard of the sentence of Tyler, he went directly to his house, took down .1 revolver and shot his w ife. Ho says it is the cheapest way to get a dlverce. The editor gives anotlcr turn to the same idea as follows: A well known magistrate of this city, of the denuaratic party, when informed of the sentence of Tvler, exclaimed " By thunder, I'll go to shooting black Republicans. It's the cheapct way to carry election. I'e isn't a malicious man, or we should have some fear that his threat might be put in execution. "Consoi.ino am Easy.' The path of the Republicans of Ianslng, is not easy, and they need no consolation, therefore, the help and aid proffered by the Jourtrnf, is all superrogaforv. The truth of tlie whole matter is, the Lansing Locofocos spent very much money to beat us, and did'nt do it, therefore- they become savagely virtuous. Mr. Journal, you say, " Xo democrat on the ticket or off of if, to our knowledge or belief, bought or .tiered to bnv a single vote." Then all we can e y is, your " knowledge and belief," in respect to Lansing chai ter election, is extremely limited. It is a notorious fact that money was used by I ocofocos that votes were sought to be bought, and if w ant of success is virtue, then are the Lansing Loco's particularly virtuous. Rather Harp. We would respectfully ask some of our Michigin editors, who abhor the personal liberty law, how they like such instan ces as the following, of Southern lo-pitalities. A correspondent in Georgia writes the N". Y. Tribune that Mr. Hazard of Providence, who was insulted and struck by the slave-trader La mar, a few days since, in Savannah, on suspicion of having w ritten a letter to a Providence paper, was threatened with a coat of tar and feathers, and that telegraph notices were sent tn various places to warn others to be on the look-out f r him in those places. ur correspondent further says that Mr. Hazard " is a quiet, amiable person, in poor health, and was quite taken aback at the abrupt cha-ge,' which, we understand, u en tirely undeserved. The Xew York FrLrn. - The Rev. rr. Gr-o. j B. Cheever gave the second of his lecture on Slavery on Monday evening in the great Hall of j the Cooper Institute. His subject w:,s : " God's j Personal Liberty Bill and our Slave Traffic; and I Legislation Con: isted." j Horace Greei y stated that a meeting would be called of those Christ'an, without regard to ' sect or denomination, who believed that the ;n-: fluence of Christianity, as an organization and as a faith, ought to be brought to bear r.porj the the subject of Human Slavery as well as cth,;r acknowledged evils, to organize a movement ! commensurate or auxiliary to one organized in j Worcester a short time ago. CrT err axi Govsrxor Patented by J. j Eroughton, N. Y. When a steam engine has to ! drive several machines, some of which mav, at any moment bo thrown ogt of g-ar or when j these machines require more or less power at ' different times. ". is provided with a ball gov-' ernor which r- .ulates the supp'y of steam to ' the erg'ne so ;.s to maintain a unif-irm speed. ! CovursPABL-. One of the Member? of A- ! sembly from th- city of New York, Mr. Rather-! fori, was put u- ler arrest last ever.irg for using j profane and abusive languagedar'ng the session. I He is a prominent Democrat of the radical stripe. I Mnnthanini at trie PeaV. j Tlie SIrkIrs Trial. j Mlrlili;aii lit glsfry Law. Mu'.I.auiLn has gone to Tike's Peak, &nd thus ! John Graham, Esq. made a n.asuily defence ? The V. Y. Trilunr pertincttlv savs: "The wriics Lonie to Lis wife, with a request to pub- cf Sickles, bit we doubt whether, with all its .Republicans of Michigan were warned to Wware lls'a in the nearest paper: pow.r, i: had a greater tt'Act upon t: e j :ry t: an cf pa-sing aR 'g'stiy Ijw that it would be re- "A inaa takes a frame work of heavy timbers, I the confession i f Mrs. Silkies guilt, artlessly . sicte-l as an invasion of popular rights as a bull: like a stone boar, the bottom cf which is drawn up by herself, in solitude unsolicited and fresh proof that tlie opponents of the Puuocrat composed of heavy ircn rasps. This frame work j uninforced, but impelled purely by the force of ic party were always trying to fetter and dimin is Loiste 1 up to the top of the Teak, and the j a guilty conscience, and of a mind awak-t.irg . ih voting by tlie poor. The Republican listcn maagetson and slides down the side of the , frou a wicked dream, to contemplate the reality cd to all these dismal eroakings, then answered in mountain. As he goes sliding down the rasps and depth ef wretched:-. in w!.ich an ir-sane : mb.tar.ee : 'We cannot always see what is expe on the bottom of the frame work scrape off the passion had involved. . Jiot;t, but we know what "is right know that gold in immense shavings, which curl up to the (if the moral effect ef d"cUures like this, the a Registry Act is needed, and will corn et some machine, and by the time the man got to the editor ef the New York TriUue say : j g'arit.g abuses; si we will pass ta and take the bott 2J, nearly a ton of gold is fallowing him. " We hold, that tins Key and Sickles tragedy, i tK .ponsibilitv.' And they did. This is the common manner cf gathering it. Idisgustir g as it is, will prove au angel of warn-1 The;- Vh-ettan l'. U .v, t . ..w ..f Another plan is to bore a bole in the side of the mountain, and Mil it with coal and bitumen. A rousing fire is then built, and the proprietors sit around and 'blow it.' Shortly the gold be gins to soften and melt, when q i ckly the stream of molten gold, as thick as your leg., runs out through the f.re, and is caught in the molds of iand made for the purpose, from whence the golJ come in sheets eight or ten feet square, of the thickness of first class boiler iron. Gold is too plenty here, in fact. paper of tobacco will buy two tons of it. I n:n turning my attention to something differ ent. I have found in the Gulch, from which I date this letter, lumps of gold nearly as large as a hand-sled, fairly encrusted with diamonds. I have dropped the gold business sir.ee, and have been steadily honoring in the diamond business. Yon will not believe me, perhaps, but it is a sol emn fact that I have alreadv collected a niN full J ot ..ien-l:-! li.iiriot.as iier.riv as large a vour fist more -r 1. iitni't'g tn.'Tij are over uie i.un- di ed, 1 irg.-r than a piece of V al c h ;av.k;f. .;,, J!'nt(r.i'?l lias t!e following re shot at the "'Vfor'.iV ." Some veas ago t'ueen ictoria was ori v-it ...Scitland, in the month of Septemh.r.and it was publicly announced that she had gone ironi iiaititotai a ut rt uistance to witness a ',. (i r The L.'tidiin I!lttstr1fl .V. i.-.t, : iou to keep i:s readers jmsted, and to pay 'x' H'l proper and loyal respect to thj movement ofljaj hired the house as a place where Le and I Her MostGrae'ous Maje-ty, caused to t.e ngrav- eoul 1 meet. I agreed to it. Had nothing to eat ed a m cotiana, wttli a group ot men Scotland, with a group of men p, with her Majesty and attendants shearin she..,,, nlth her Mavstv and atfndants looking on . , forth the .fitement, 'with pieturc to match.' that a a gr. at expi.-n-e th. v had caused sketcie-s to be taken on tie gp,.f, by their ..n artist, illustrat- ing the scenes visited by her Mj. sty ; nud thus fir it all appealed very well. B it when i; was remembered that it was in the month of September, ai d a S-pt tuber in Scotland at that, arid th it at such a time, in such a eliniate, the t iling oil the emts id" the poor sheep w ool 1 lie .1 vi y serious job for them, and thut her M..j -sry wie.ld be fir !io';i '.gracious" t" allow sue1! a proces- to be exteuqiorl -d i'l Sep tember in-tea 1 of .I'l re, the proper s-as.-'ti, for hT iwn I'etertaiiMiier.t. th" stor.v looked strange. Th picMirc taki'!i m the sr.'.t,' of .le arir g the picture taio-t on ttie spot, t ..eariig the poor sheep for ti" nrertiioinerit of h r fije.t'. , sell ii.ni..;.. ....! ..f ,1, ....,,,.. t..; 1 iova'tv i f the vi-racious editor , "" thus iil.ir AXfwSi'v I'ati-m. IV Jig jh s-,.n, .f bll", Al t , Lis p:itte!,t-l a l ew ".Venrion, described bv the V. Y. 7'. : Two circular saw are so :it ranged on -li.ioig f. tt s as ti b- wade t' approach or ti recede from each o'ln r bv means of a band ! v-r. The log iw.:-i'. ed fro-u 11 eh oil.' over held, and h'-M i: the cei;. fer of teh end by ciauips, or dogs, !,-s th in two inches thick. After the log is p,tt up, the .-tws are Set to cut of, a fmard on .vr h i de, arid the onerat or is re;i'.it"d f:!l there rcuni'r in the c'amp' onlv hi;, ci-r tr il I. :ird i wo iiicle's ir i :::-k-tiess. The use of two saws, acting in i t;v the sane- r-ce r.er on el' ii -i I . j of the board, pre vents tie hg f mil --prirogir.g. and the 'V.eu Clowdhig :n.d warpitig. Th' boards are, i'i i-ii; .equeieo, ,.f a more inetorn: thickness, the pow er lost in ft'c'io'i w hen ihe log presses sidewn gain-t the saw is -(vi-d. at:d with h-s tiian double ;'' nunl iiu-nii." i f altend O'ts, more than io;i!.l tie work is done - i A Cijittfi. r.v.vivi; Cm.viti:is. The Xew llr leans Trw h-'ln, is ;ipos(.I to driving Fro. Negroes forth by Legislation. It .ays: "There is a large native resident population, j correct m tu ir g. n lenortiuent. l..norable l in their iiif.-rcour-e vv irh soc'n l v, and f from!, reproach so far :is the laws are concerned, not I i :.. .i . . ..c . r tr. . i .. 1 suria..eii in ine iiioiieii.n i-iii-m ,i uii-ir ,ive m i any equal number of persons in s,,y pl..4C... Xorti, i or South." And a M".sis.ippi prper iat Port Gibson thus notice, the death of -in individual of this eli-s, one w ido I lolly : "She iln-d owniiig a tiiou-.ind at r.s - I goo I land r". thirty h- :r. Il-s lu-hmd lived n ar tow n very miry years, and was e.t -. lie d a gentleman. Holly and lis wife wer,' as ldi k as anv of their .1 iv,-s. and always eondm-ted tln-m j selves vv. ll" STti.i. IlArriN; on my Iai;htsr. The X. V. Triburf keeps haniniiuing away at Whi; Com. mittee, f t that same l-'f r f V. J-.vard Bat. s o! St. Lou's. On "v ednsd i v Greeley pticka therr; no as follows : "The Hon. Edwatd Bites if Mi-ouii, is the reputed author of th t graphic le.rr:ption of an j "Old Line Whig." is a re-pocra'de g.-ntb-man j who takes his pij-ior regular'y and vot. s the Hemocratie tirk.-t occasionally. If there are nny I goeI tl i"g of the same sort in this gent'einati's I letter, re id the o'her night nt the meeting if the I ic- breaking i:i tie Whig G.-ncra! Commitftee of this c'ty, it is a ! --tM y-t -t'l! bu? li-tl. little hutiki-ri.il in the ti.o. gei.tleineli tM.t to on the prop -cts of o; allow the public t-J have a tiste of thetn." J the past fortnight. TitK PAni-ru Sor-Ai-RON. It is understood j that the C:b;i.-r hive i:r.:;jiimouslv agreed on strong mea.urei for the solution of tie Xlearau-1 gian ci'tanghoncrr, and ha the Paraguav squad- j ron will be emploved to force tlie reinstatement ! of our transit t ights with the same vigor with j which our claims of the Parana lave been settled. 1 The American mails and passengers will, if re- cessjry, ?? protected f-orn a to ea, an 1 until ; complete guaranties can be obtti.ied from Nica ragua, tin! Administration being detennl ed to keep the route open. Pfmocract at Kalamazoo. The T.'roj.h stys that the Locofocos in that township are rap id'y disorganizing. At thcT to last caucus, they voted in very respectable number fr Re publicans. At the charter caucus, rot only voted f.-r several Republicans, but resolved to stultify themselves by calling it a "People's" caucus, al though the "peops" there were the real d-.-moc-1 racy, regularly called and ciiiccred as the nnter- i -;.t " I Statf r.r Micn:A", t. Pfck. This suit r.ueu. ' i having been notic- l fr trial by both pi-'i.-s, will rF.ESFTTEr.T or Michigan. The stated meet-j wi.ho,;t ,.,. ron.f. or; at t pr,.sorit termed ing of the Presbytery of Michigan (0. S. is to ! tne Circuit 'ourt, which commences to-dav. be held at St. Johns, commencing on the fourth ' The yitr of t!.U r.ar.er, will be present at 'the Tuesslay, the 2'3th day of April, inst. The del-! tria! an w;;i rep rt the tetmv, arguments of egates of this bo-ly to the Ol 1 School General coa.Kl aT)J char;e t.f the Court', at ier.gth, and Assembly wore chosen at the meeting lost fall. ; i:Ej,an5aTi f0 that every reader cf the 1L-Th-They are Rev. Henry Neil and Elder Simm ! re,; fijnn Ui owa opinion in the premise. Towle. The Old School Genera! Assembly meets at Isdiaruapolis on the lath of May proximo. PEPAtTen. Charles W. Burt, Esq., of the law firm of Burt j; Mayr.ar l, of Detpjit, died on Mon day evening. He had been more or less, ill for a yer past, but had been able to be about a con- siierable portion of the time, and cp to within three weeks past. ir.g to thousand, warning thm in season to be-1 ware of the sert.enr hi.! fen under the Slower of! gallantry and Compliment, of flattery and seem ing devotion. It will be a revelation of the sword ef Damocles; suspended by a single hair over the throne of adulation or the coach of lux ury. Hippy are they who shall thus be rudely startled from dreams of dizzy elevation or of guihy j..y." It may be that this writer ii correct. Such occurrences cannot ! ekept secret, and if known, why not be known as they occurred without extenuation, without exaggeration. The follow ing simple story of Mrs. Sickle guilt, as told by herself, without the Vat attempt at apology, will strike every right mind, and even those only partly given to wickedness, ith solemn warning. The following is Mrs. Sickles' confession, which w as offered in evidence : I have been in a houe in Fifteenth street w ith Vr. Key; low many tinns I don't know; I be- lieve the house belongs to a colored man; the . ' "-ry. .-""- the l itter part of Junuarv ; have been in alone, and with Mr. Key ; usuailv stayed an hour or more; there w as a bcl in the second story ; I did wliat is usual for a wieked waunan to hi; the intimacy commenc,d this int.-r, when I came from New-1 ork, in that house an mtimaev of ' ' .... '. ' '. .' .... 1 . t ............ .1 j j lV of u. wt,',.U) at'i Wedne-lav also; would arrange meetings when we met in "tire ?rect and ! at parties ; never wouni speaK t i.im w;en .ir. ! , . ' " "... ,' , , . ,-' , " hke me to speak !: him ; did not see Mr. Kev for 1 ... I. . .1 ...11 , ickles was at Lome, lieeuis,. 1 knew lie i:o 1 sonii1 .lavs utter I here : he then told rue he or uriniv tueie. 1 w' rni'iu n nannru i.y ;i wnoa ! Mr K,'-v g'-snrst. Have wa.ae.i 1 tiiere togetli.T, sav four tunes 1 do not think . . i- . .1 .. m- r. . 1 ... 1 . . 1 . . :U1,J there alor..'. Laura w.,sat Mrs. ! IIoovcr"s. Mr. Key took ai d 1. ft l er there at lv re.pie-t. From there I went to Fiiu-cutii stri'-t to meet r.r. key, from there to the iuiIk woman's. Immediate! v after Mr. Kev 1. ft Laura at Mrs. Hoover's, I met him in lltt.vT th trc.t. Went in by ttie buck gate. Wel t in the same bedroom, and there an improper interview was l ad. I u!i'h'ssed myself, Mr. Key unirese.l a!-o. This necuricd m Wedue-day, g::if ef F.b nnu v, 1 Mr. Kev has ki..ed ine in thi lioU.se a liii:i.bT of time-. I do r.ot il.-nv that we lave l el coma I'tion in this imuse, 1 it spring a y-ar ago, hi the pelov, on the sofa. M-. Sickle, was sometimes c.ut f town, and sometimes in tie' I'apltol. I think the iotima-y commenced in Ami! or Mav. lo.. I did not think it safe to ; rueetl "mi in ties h.ci.e, leeau-e there are ra;.ts I who tiTght ic-pecf Soiii.-thlng As a gen-r:d 1 tnmg. l ave worn macK s.r. I wtute wN.!..n 1 1 1; I and b, aver h tt trimmed with black civet. line worn a Hick s 'Ik ,'ne.s theie iiNo, l-o a j a plaid silk lre.s, black civ it cloul. trimiiK d witli ; , lace, ai d black Velvet h t tiiii-m. d w'"': '': i'u'e. , 0:, Wed: , l.,y I .fh-f liad 0:1 .V btowt. !n -. 1 or bl.iek and w i?e woob-n dr. '.. b. 'aver hat and t shav.!. I arningci with Mr. ivi v to go i:i . ack WaJ,a:ter leaving I. aura t Ml, ll'xi-j He n'c; in,, i,: Mr. 1 ,. ;gl.!-.'s. The ar- t l .e.g. lie-!.t inai! I'l tli would !. K;ir. ei.-h -:: I. b il .. d si-: view ..r W Mot d iv. I oe, l.; r .1 Jin h ai-, ; w. i; ; i .. ; v- his I.e'-.. w r.'tel- 1T.V O. i :i.i f a.;.i;.t le. w.iv was i-ither t r. I lougla.s, as v e n Tin- iu"isi. is in i'.d i. stre. I-, ei the V ringed the in'er- ik. 1- . be f tl- i :. K :e..!sv. iii the tr, . :, 1 ihit k, on l t in the lrl t d.M.r; if was oneri : ' s.-n.e- tin. ; Ulidre.se j inv Sep, and r. b, i toge'her. Mr. Key has S: ! ' -'s : i: ri ig.-, :f.d has e ,!...J at .1'' ..'it M - S.ckle-'a knowledge, and il:;.' toi l t o' t i ivio- lim to do so. Mi Sickle' S l,pea!ed reijllcs'. liiRii-A BAt;i:.i. , in..- -tat. -met-.!, v. ' i'teii bv mvse'f, ii'ducement 11 I out by Mr. Si- kies -S or reward, and without a:iv i'i -i:aee This I have written with mv bedroom md 1 1 1 v miid and i-hild in ti.o adjoiu if i o'el'M-k in ihe evetiiiig. Misj if,:, is without a i t forgive from t. door .;.-.! ing room , j Ridg. ley is i lo wirhi:i call TERESA BAGI'iLI. tte iiii.oe. Washington. Feb. g'.. I s.','.'. I Livf.iv Mr. and Mrs. Pend!. ton dined her,- two weeks ,; Vl l. , . rarg. party, .v.r. Key ago iat llius iav, with ' . . ' , ' , , - ' " m lie was invi'i'.l. lo calise ne nvc.i in ttie s ifne and al-i b. ause he had invited Mr. .... .. . , . . , .... . , , t" w" 1 ,Hn'1 Mr. Mekl.-ti w.shed ; to m it i lle.se trom vvnoni tie iiaU r.-ei-iveil m- v na'i'U's choo.e. ! Mr. Sickli'S said "do as vou TERESA BAGIoLI. Wiitfeii and ..igl.ed in pn-senc lev and Bii.lg. t IutV.. Febiuarr git, ise'j I C. M.Ri-h J A gilill, 111 U Solne six miles below New till, ans W-jirniR ov Lvk. Srrfi.ioii Th- M-j aeeit.-d by a Strang er 'Sir, lava1 you aiy .ays? Si Idem if ever before l-w the firt of j money about you ' 'Y,' was the reply, 'I al April artived wh ti ther" vv is Jess ice in tlie wnys mke it a point t carry sunn; m.tiev L ike, an I mo: e snow on t! e laud than a' pr s with re", more or le---. 'W-!!,' r joiried t'le er t. A we.-k i::ce the i,-e or; ihe rlv.-r. ard the! st'rmger, I wish to g :iei,s the liver; the fare steov sti 1 some two feel i.l de; th Se tiled to be j is ti l, e n's Would you plcx-e to accommodate g.-irig and we bo, ed to chrn:-Ie tb.-iiv er n j in., wi-h that urn Tie: g'-ntlenian putting I -eir of ice to-dav ; b'.t a t'l hl.-n change of the j !, a h o!, i f web alf. et-' c uprise, exlaimed, wind into fir-t X'-rtl-.e;.: and th,ti No- thw.-st 'Si v. do v u ni an to s.(v that you lavn't t. n from wh-t:c it has . , t'nin-d to lo id ut ii-turh.-d i e.-nt-v" 'Y-- sir, I havn'td ce;f," i. joined the fay Timt 1 ctes tl.ou ivor things ar id;,!.' and iii.ii.ni.at , til! I 1 iv ev.'teiig. V.-lliiig wii snd letdy turn-I ot g Ihi 'i , the muT-eury in on:-Th r riioin-j a id -nlv sunk r ru ' z to la - : and i.ow : 1 we are f en- dt- ira.-r the of tie: !..s M.'b.g. iMa-e, adv'H' ee ii is h o .j-ig r-avig-it: ina le it ing Goon SrEcri. tio The Wa-hii..-r..r states tha Senator Johtiii of Arka apf ropri.ifion of 1o,mhi through Cong.-, hr.x t an j f,,r! removing from Flab to Arkans is certain children of emigrants who la 1 t n n. ordered bv In-tUn although arr.tr gem-'t ts lia 1 previously been tr.ade for the removal at a ti itling r xp-ne. Viimi - 'o:ior under the act lave ai.-e,dr suce.-cde I in pocketing ,-" as an utfit. Tie .-etial r..t of the removal would be about $ Tni Gp.vat Btr.LiARD Match. This gr..-at match which tok ',' "out of Michigan, and caned half a million of money to charge Lands in the T'n'tf d States, ij over, ar.d In.-tn.it is beat en. The gan.e eornm. r.cf d last Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, tnd ended at 5 A. M. U'-eee.lr,g. Phelan, the New York cls.tnj.ion, beat Seereiter, or Dutch Han. as he is called, '' j-oint, In a game of g,in. i. Hans offered and insisted upon a return run but Pi.elau declined. About Hattf. .lo. Redpath, fi.rnetly in the Detroit A-lrTt'fT oEce, but more lately a Kan sas correspondent of sttadry newspjper, is writ ing letters from Hivtito the N. Y. Tribv-r. i Appropriate. The Grand Rapids Herald, for : lack of a political leader commenced the last J wek, with a treat'se oa ice-berg. , . , ,. , ,' ,. , , , ,. ll':s a",r. J iv's 11,1 J 'nl1 forlod.ng. The Republican majority was never before so large in a State Election as on Monday i:i Michi gan. Let the lesson be heeded and felt." Sicklfs Dfffncf. John Graham, Es.j., spoke at great length in defence of Sickles, and l is ar gument exhibit warm approbation. The N. Y. Tribute in speaking thereof, says, we like the breadth and frankness id this opening. Mr. Kev was an adulterer therefore, he should have been killed. He ha I seduced M:. Sickles therefore, Mr. Sickle di 1 right in kiliing ! 5m. Thi is the nal ground of defense in the cao, and. if we l ad been Mr. Sickle's a Ivis.-r, w should l ave test, d it just there. Mr. Gr.,ham"s contrast of Mr. Sickle:, killing Key on the pul lie square, in the full blaze of day, in plain sight of scores of people, with the teahh, sneaking, iiroulin.- n. i,!i.i,..t ..i- 4I .t .,1 1),., ,-..,!...,.,- i , .r . .. . j u,'r'r- 1 ' vcr-v " 't u 1 trut,,.- ithout prejudicing this case, r assuming that the sisertior if the defense are iustitied bv j f-u.'s, w S11V th:lt the killing of an adulterer bv . , . , , . ; , ." ' ' ' ' I u.nable, n it in iv be ; it tnav f.e lega,l what jou please: but r-.'m.in will regard me who has ! .hot. in open da light, hi a public square, the ; .t.j, Ct.r (,f j,;,, w;f;, or ,j lane.! I level wirh thesku'kii g, p'u'id.rs. ekir -g midnight , r Us.-i.o, If 1! e .! f.o so Iin.l eoli-o.- .f !l. ! v-lf to proving the sed union and there tested, w0 l.eiluve it tieed lave had no fesri.f conviction. ; Jt ())- r The Sk'ki.fs; Trim. The f. wir.g were the j defer-! of Sick- I 1 points made by Mr. Gral j 1. s : ; ;,', That ti e Govetr in. t.t is bom d to make j .. j That malce wjs not to be pt,.M.rned, j bu prov. d. Tbir L Ilovv far the .ehiterv was to be cor.id- ered provocation. '. urlh, Wl.y (urli erime mi l. t 1 1 1 . - com nion la was not tiiutd. r, but !iia:'slaii!.diti'i'. 'inb. Why the extinction f tl... j.rii ll'-mri rVr(W, the .Jii.t burrrng in tl e band, whii h was punish:, er.t in si h - , is tantamount to an acquittal. Sixth, Win ther tl e fu-nv natural to a hus- y n.d under ircirn-l inees of 1 h a character , perate to produce mental unsound - Tb.se I po.i ts oiiMilen'.f on Saturday. The f ,!l.i ing i- the s..ver.ts point, which cou:' i.ot di-c i--, but i. to Im cntwidered fo- -el 'e 1 S'tftith, Whether, i wir.g the case ;i one of ungovernable pa-io!i, a- or. of resentment prv d.ii'ed by pas;on, tin re w:is suflieient time f..r the ib fendat t's ptis.iori to eool and for reason to g.-t the belt, r of his t ran-port f pa-sion, 0".d whether his subsequent acts were deliberate w hen the ri'ort.il wi e.nd was given to the ceas ed. A Family Mt Rioiitii Marshall J 'otter was arrcs'od on SaUinhiy at St. S'. phf n, X. B., bv '.;h-. r R.H.H, .f Le,'. lie is h u geil wirh cau ingthe death f his mother, two h-othcrs and nephew, ei Tiiur-d iy morning Ut. at Lee, and robbing the house t fo". If wi!',f.e ipoicrt- d lhat he w.ts the only one that cscuped wheti the house was binned. He wad fully dressed, and his two I lothes, who st. pt in tlie same toom. were burned, as were also h's mother and neph- i r. lie left hnincdiatclv utter the fire, charged his clolh.s at Cariol, and suce.eded in reaching i - ... i. . .. , . i . . . , ... 1 .e i,;un.iiiri ii'H'ir lie as nril"I',. 1 1 I'i i eli.ihe were bloody, and the woro v . arne.l by j it ,,.,.r4 ,,,.;, ,,,,. w;,..r wa- ;,, his p. No Mattfu on nilu il Sua:. Placing politi cal poxci f.r iiioiny, the to:!oing story w-llex-er-iplitics ihe present qu irn l in the I.oc f.co par ly, on hooplas and Bu'-h i-ian no matter which side a man tak , polita-ahy boi. -id. s are dead !,.!-.... t ranger. W.-il e.i,ot.d.-d y.e.i hivn'l a i,t, it'll make r-c.-on which sid.- of ti;e coolly . ft t i.e -rrang, r to h' the d -iiiletnau, hf 1 little ,f !!'. r- i iv. r oa an-, and s own reflection. Tiii- 1 k iNA'ii! !"! r v BittiAi.i. Mircn Xtvv Yol.K Wl"vs IV F.I.IVKN I'oiM.. Tills mat. h b-te-n two young but excellent playcr- I :i die v Kavariagh. of New York, and Mic! a! Foley, f Jlefolt c I'm- ofT laif evening at th" j Firerii.-ri's U,,!l, Uu- u su'tl in fiw-r Mr. lav- an::gb bv, '. . .''. Th- g.-inie cmri.e-.r.. 1 at ibout fif'ect! iniii ,t -s pas ,"!., ii;,d was ! ceelded about II P.M. The game wa3 the 1 American f ,ur-ba" camtn grn-, one thousand '' P' 1 ints t; f .r ?: a An ivt;o. There wa Pi, ill bdpl.is. am :.g the b liberation f'f the a'l' ge-1 !av Tea: r.-j ii'-::ig in lotils-.s, ov.-r the It.V.iel Webster I on Fridav evening. An attempt was made to I overawe it by v.-,cir, r.,t'n ai 1 vi-1. nc-by r dies, but the police -..- e:'U-d in, who made some arrests and ;u-d'.-d the disturbance. T. meeting was aihi-H-l by Robert Purvis, J'a-s-more Wi!liamon, and Mary Graw. A vote i, tharks was pass.-.J tot! e police, an 1 a little s up per given tl m, as a more sul.'t:intiil -ip-s,5-.n of g'a'i'u-b- by tlie ire.prjet..r of the Hall. Whfrk I,;nop.a;k is Rlj.s, 'tis Follv to i t Wise. In a church (not piite a hundred miles from Lytiti i a person ent-red a pew, a-,d, b-liev-ing he had a goo 1 seat, nr.f..rtunate!y srt len uj.on the dress of a la. ly who !ia pened to be rather highly crinolined. In an instant l e rose to his f-.-et and begged the lady's pardon in these words: 'Yc-re pardon, mem ; but Fm feared Iv'e broken your umbrella." "Not!. ing wrong," sid the lady, blushing. Cosy ecticct. By tie fo'Iowing return, it will be "een how perfect is her victory cf Free Labor in Connecticut : Buckingham, Republican, 40,211; Pratt. D-m-'-r at, Sv.'T.. Bucking ham's majority, 1,'.02. Thi Senate stands 1" Republican to Democrat ; tbe Houe 125 Repubicans to 10 J Democrats, while the itajori tiesof the four Republican Congressnen range from 65 to . rtAvr Trake. The .!., wf 7fT A 'h trtx'T is very decided in ,Uc Uvocaev j the poney of Scaling negroes at first hanTlf ertuanot incurring the cxpct;40 cf ), breeder s at present high pric, s. It rather' 'lH however, in thinking that it is the north trS stands ,a the w3y 0f that policy. It U th. w der Slave State which object to frv trade ir, grocs : gJ.,theN.uth w, I pu.h slavery formrd seasoning for every Ji.l,, a:iJ ,,lrth " h.e ,t or no, hke the Sp.uish with the JS it w ill ave to be tested in cverv course We. This is the settled and determmeit of a party at the South. We do not ptciTdZ bcong to the ultra Southern partv . V heve it is a duty which the General' Govemr owes to the South, that the i!.i.n . l f11 legitimate, that her va.t domain shouIJ cut:ivator. feceivf (ir.A! Ratii'S A Imuana R R Tf, -w.ac i r.ac.ed I.an:i g, that Deckel anJ were about to throw up their contract on tVj road, j.rove to K- . rroneou ; ;he rfra!j fif loth shvs : O-, the contrary, we are infomwdtr Mr. Jones that his f.tm not on!v iuten.!...! ..,. . ' on their jueser t force, tnt expect to larrelr IV xpect tolarcrlvb,. rr''a':,' il 1 ' P'"1 ,,f tV course ef few ocU We are it is a t uaTtntee iht tV , j wi:1 1';,-'---,d by the time prescribed ly U : and by tie ten; of I.ia contract. It isaioki mt. 'itii.n to .'ii.-iet t' e whole ori- r.-M Rapiil to Ks.l.m.noo v uUq thin a erv hIlm and a'-o the work from the north end of the s,i milis north of Grand Rapids tl, ,) , ,lorth . iiiar, d Vushegon River. F.ikri.t ani. Win js. The buskin ihl St,, are clapperclawing. Th. great libel mil, cm. j 1K'" '' :-". ir- progr-.-. In fore the N i 1 01 k I emmon I leas, it being tiothito innrw i l...ii,1n r'frM f M.. V . ... ' 1 'h:n. ! T1'" '-'.lowing were the 'M.-.,. which Fortwt : "' -' ,::,vo " address to lis wif : "Adieu, adieu! and when thou are pone. j.v shall be made up alone l't calling bn k with fancy clarms Those lanyon lamrs when in mt arm Clasped CotUelo. "Adiej, adieu! !e thine each jov TIihI earth can yi ld without allov, Siiull be the lariu-.f, const:int jirav-r Of him, who in l is I. art sl w,.r But CotHMlrlo. j "Adieu, adii-u! when t ext we meet, ! Will not ail S idlK s tlell retreat, 1 And yield the conquered time to bliss. And .! I ho triumph with a kiss S.i, Conpcclo." E 1 kaoi.hinaiiv Rih.aiiom. The Xew Or le ir s l'dti pc.bli.hes an account nf a man dio !b-r'. another man fl.'-t M put another maa out of the world; tie money to be paid when tie indiidta! bad icc'-'ved hi' quietus. Insttail of ki'lir g lie man, l.oweve.-, the preti-nded a-sa.-.in tol. I lim .f the ptoject, and agreed with him that he should lay quiet 1.1 til the money had ; be, n jt.ii I over, wlichhedl l A thousAtid dot- firs h.'is siiii',, I ti ditVere,! n s bush fiinn,r j ! Ammiuh Ati antic Cam :. A bill u pending I :,. ti, i:, :, r, l. !;..... , . ir,..., ,;,,,- . nn,ur ntlctneii for laying a Ine called the British and Canadian Telegraph. The cable will pass by wty of the Wc'teni Ilmrds of Scotlotid to Iceland, th; IK'e tt Greenland, arid by the -oat of Libra dor, into t'ai.aJa. Ra:i t.oah Accini NT. u Monday inortiiug t train goinj.' g'iuth im the Ouincv and Cliicigo Kao.-oad tan through a culvert near Busline!!, deinoli-hing tie engine and one passenger car. G. Vanctta, engineer, and Cha. Clark, fireman, were instantly killed ; Geo. Pich, breakman, had fmth leg. broken. Xo I'thcn" were injured. How Bin iik Fim That Oct. The chap who wrrte the lircH'atei address, for the Yirksburf Convention next month, snysin it : 'Fellow citizens of the South let ii not b hiil. d into ih-ep and lr auis of security, which experience teaeh a can only prove to be illusory, for j.jnsi(iin tt tl.irrry hi rntrrtt ia iht hf.i.l .iW ff thr f.'rojJe :f thr Xvrtk." Mrxu o. Liter Mexican news affirms that our Minister lad iec.gni.el the Juarez Government. tn the gd Gen. Ibgollado attacked the capital, but unsuccessfully. Five hundred were said to have been hilled on each side. Mirarr.on vn tt O-iaba. IlirliKKM'F. I'.ITIVI I-N A SaWTI.R AtfD A LO0- Roi.i.f k. A teacli r nt a School examiDatioa id: "Ti eloy who took the first prize is the son ,. the trrm who saws my wood ; the boy wlio tK,k the second is the son of the governor of our State." I'katii ok irn; Ciiir i Jt srjer. or Wiacomi. Hon. E. V. Whiton, ll.i f Ju-tice of the So pr tne Court of Wise,,ni,ill, died at hit rcildenf in .lorn svilh , at I g.r.o o'clock, on Tuedy, at Milwaukee. TiiFAstTE Tr.oVE. A liox coiitaiuing tevertl hundred h.llar wo'th of oi l Spaninh coin and t dagger ,,f fine workmanship, arel set in diamond, was lug up a f.-w days Knee, iays the ULkri ,,.,, in that ton. Po ii Ciiii.Mii.N or line WsT. A largo number of those, poor little outcast-, iaj tl' X. Y. Tribute, left Xew York for the Weot, on Wedn. rlay, aeeking homes, under charge of tl S viety. Eai UAtic. The h. rotir Stnn.liri, pub lid.ed at Concord, Wis , kc-ps the follow infttas ding in its e l, tonal colums, in big lettcri: "Ienio-rat, ti. k to Jnn s Buchanan, ' si.!! hi! go ta b 11 tog-tlcr : Poi.iTtca i Kasis. A j;rj,uUi9 Cotveo tion to b compos d c f I l. gtea from vrf county in Kat.sa- is called to as iul at 0"" wata'toe f.ti the 1'jlh of May. C. S. iRti'i riv.-Mr. Cobb's estimates b.11 short over four million. Thre is every prob ability now that the new loau must be akd f. r at the me-:',: g of CoI:gr. m. The neit HooM iil never grant an is-ue of Treasury note. Both Iokvjmions Sofni. The RepubScat of Wheeling, Yi'ginia, have al lrecseda memo rial to the Republican National Committ, vrg ing the lection of Wheeling as the plae holding the Nutional Convention that is W DOtn' r.atc the j r i President. A saw Ja:l It occurred tool that AS8 needed a jail badiy, red the clcw returi. the J-rnal says that the pe"P' fcf i' legn county hv voted to build Otrf. Yr llow Favtr.. TIk- yellow fever arrived giar. ntT.e ia New York on Sunday week, frcO Rio. We learn that in Cuba the pestilence M commenced unusually early, and with extres virulence. . Setenoi. to rEHrsG. Doctor King, gu'.kv cf poison 'tig his wife, was last week ' ter.ced to be bur gon the lth of June, at Cohort. C. W. . Mrnr.EBFt.-The mall carrier betweea C. W.l and Brar tfor.I, t murdered cn -night, ar.d the maH robbed. The murderer not vet arrested.