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f r I D A V MOH I i , Jl . E '41. I VJ. Value atf Siicra?. I- all undertakings, great or small, success t!i- rreat ol.U-t and stimulus of effort. .So high a value is t-laccd upon it bv a large portion of nn'.kind, that it is considered by them the seal l i, VS at....r.- ....-r- rr:wort!.j, no matter Low ni an it may be, or Low doubtful the means by which it is accomplished. On the other hand, if fiilure attend an effort, it meet with l.i-se.s and reproach, without regard to ti e obja-et endeavored to be r a heal, r r tLe means employed. We lire aware that in political, as in all other lr.iiirl.i-s of human exertion, this principle unite too gam-rally prcvai's. Cor)?eiaui'titIy, though the l nio'-rit'c J arty has fur years been drifting f other and farther from the old lam In. arks ad .lelfcrponitui fiith, they h:iv- tieen followed, in a'l their winding, downward tauus..', by almo-t nninti'trupteil "-.cces.? in the national election'; and as a rt-suli, we sa-e principl.-.s avo v d, and ultim.it. ly a -loptc'l by a majority of the people, tliat nonid have inad- the checks of our father' erin:.iu with shame. If victory td.a'l perrh upon thi- banner of that party in futuie contests, wa muJt -p.-ct to .-' sti!l moro lions prim i-pl.-s iigraft-d upon the Lody poliii.'. I'roiu these remarks it will be ?-a-n that we do not lUi'Serra..- ti.. i, ...... a,... - .i.- n ,. .a.i:,.... party 'f a tiiumph in the pr--sid.eiti.il cont.-it ad 1S'V. If vietmy rati give, ns it has, such a nrfht iinpetm to a ad aM-.-, what a prestige would it not Led upon a goa.d one, a -side from th'r advantage th ij po-sesion .f the riud-Is of po ver idwav cot.fi r-i. Hut ho mo uetosuc reed? IH i-iMirMc in an oramation madi u; ! inta-:-lig.-tif, ind-pemlenf, thinking men, as is the Re publican party, a groat variety of opinion ovists as t'i the polir y Iw't r.dipta-1 to e.-auie sua-ces... It is proper that diMi-iui am tltN 'ie-;tinn shoild lo oiili-rtaiued, which, we U-lieva", will be alone in a fa-mpa-rate manner, arid vi!I give iie to no want of Larmory af aetion in the Ib-publi-r!i rank-', when the ronise .l.-eme.l most proper h:H ha-a-n alca id-d Upon. That the. llep'l-iie,in party will in-i-t upon in.aiiit lining its piinciples intaet we Lava ns littla louht as that, the ?un will iie to inorraiw ; :itid il.i- for the reason, if for no other, that yueces- would be placi d lioyond the rane nf po-i-iilelities by the ado;.ti.n .f anv other polioy. At the same time the idea which !eeIH to i.e a'litertailia d by somef that the U'pubIaiH who vmpathi-- w'nli our own v!o- upon this ibjeot are averse to ra-e-iving furtlier aece-ii-n to our rank-, is utterly irrom ou-. It i-i true tLnr a. not leir. the addition of a f. w ! id.-i.-s of a-lh't, organiatiotio, if they will join v. only upon (he ron'liliauH that we yi 11 them at once the lead.-r-diip af our ratik-t, and that we sacrifice our principles bei,, s. Wither c ilV-ira the nc cesion f t?iae who woul I come Vt ih lik' wolves in she(-ps clothing, set king to bctrav us int the hatids of our ena-mies at t!)4 lir-t oppor tunity. It seems t us the advN ates c.f a tinnvservhig policy lose sight a.f the motives imd neeesities which called the Republican party into being, as well ns the exalted mis-thm it i calla-d upon to perf :.nn. Tran.-cendantly above all other alutie.s and at j ( ts is the work of restoring to our gov arnmeiital policy the eternal principles upon whiahit was founded by our father?. To ae a la.iplinh this there must be no feeble hand-", no unwilling hearts, no shi inking, shirking souls; I or a "necessity is laid upon ih," an 1 woe be to us if we falter. La-t the doubting look at the glorious achieve merits that have already crowned our effort-, and th ink Hod and take courage. In nine cast s out of ten it is the "lion heart" that wins, even i the teeth of diseouragi'ineuts and disasters. Then lot not our faith waver, aiur hearts grow cold, nor our hands weary in wa-11 doinjr; reinami boring that " Truth crutnJ t eaith will ri-- ait;n. TIm flirnil j .'ah ol I. j,l io hr- . W'hiia- Krrr, w.iiinicl, r;t!n in pa;o. n l ili- l her wi.rc liipr ' Timt'.s tk Tai k. A numhiT of the natural ized citizens of New York, nddra-ssed a letter to Hon. J. M. Dotts, of Virginia, on the 11th inst. then i:i that city, asking his views on the letter of Secretary Cass, which declares that natural! ition here does not exempt a foreigner from the claim of his government if he voluntarily returns to his native country. Mr. Rotts, under late of the lSth inst, answers in an elaborate argument, taking grounds directly opposed to Secretary CVs. and summing tip his argument as follows : "My views on this question may be thus summed up: When one plants himself under the wings af the American Eagle, which he is pledged a::d sworn to support and defend; w hen he enrolls his name upon the ample folds of the Mars and Stripes of this great American 1'nion, he is free to co wherever the winds and waves may carry him ; the eve of that Eale watch over his every step, that Flag waves proudly over lus head whether he is upon land or upon water, in a palace or a dungeon; and the power that dares to interfere with his personal liberty while hJ is enirageil in lawful enterprise, and not amending against the criminal or penal code pf that power, dishonors that Eagle and disgrjces that tl ag to which he appeals for Lis deliverance f it doa-s not atford hon prompt rc'Vf and redress. tiREAT Military Escampmfnt. The military companies of Infarct to, Indiana, have made preparations on a very extensive scale for a grand military encampment to be held at that place on the 21, Sd and 4th of July. A larse number of companies have biguiSed their intention to be present. The tioveruor of Indiana will le pre eiit and review the military. Colonel Henry S. Inula; will deliver an oration on the old Tippeca noe Battle ground, and Hon. Thomas Corwh will deliver tho oration on the Fourth of July Win. 11. Fosdick, of the Cincinnati press, a w ell known literary gentleman, will deliver a poem A Somirskt. Mr. Hanm'ster, the balloonist, lately made aa ascension at Kalamazoo, and lost his balloon. He thus relates how he came down "I suaTceded in getting so near to the earth that I was able to catch held of the branches of an apple tree that 1 encountered in my passase, and just as I did so, as bad luck would have it, a sudden gat of wind struck the balloon, twitch ing in" out of the basket, and making me pcr f wm a double somerset as I came to the earth. The balloon, being thus relieved, rose ami passed on, and, in this manner, I lost it." PrrnoiT Wkekly Trutnk. This paper has been enlarged recently, and is now the largest ireekly in the State, and one of the largest in the ITnited States containing 56 columns weekly, being larger than the New York Trhe. The Tribune i under the editorial control of Hon. II. Barns, assisted by an able corps of writers. It will give the latest news as fully as the dailies. Terms Single copies $ES' per annum; to clnb pro 1.25 : to club? of twenty, 1.00. , EDITORIAL CORRESPOSDESCE. Port Huron Granal Trunk Railway FUh-lni;-Krot ami lt EfTectMul- and IiaMTt. Tort Urr.ox, June lo, Z'J. Ugh ! the middle of June, almost w ind north, whistling a thousand falsettos among niats and ri2gir:g, and around corners, taking liberties with hoop-skirts, and holding paiiama at a lecided discount. I ara just in from fishing driven in by stress of weather, but not until wc had (four of us) caught a fine mess of pickerel, from three to five pounds each, making no account of sheep-head- and herring, who were invited to eat bait. Our fHiing place was down the river St. Clair some three mile, on a fish dork some hundred feet out into the stream. My friend Mr. Sanborn's fine garden, is a fair sample of all others in this quarter corn, pota toes, ma-lons, (wi'on-choly sight ! tomatoes, and most of all, fine Isabellas and Catawbas, with fine cones, and well set with fruit, all cut off, and looking as if fire had ran over them. A pious man, might be tempted to the iwe of strong lan guage, at the spectacle. It was too much for Mr. Sanborn, e wc went over to Senator Con ner's line gariL-ri, art 1 found him inspecting the ruins of his fine grapery, and under no conscien tious scruples as to the strength of his cxpres. sions. The fro-t very considerately sp ired the awed hiiiiba r and stone3, which he about In pro fusion, but clipped every thing else. The Crand Trunk Hallway is in fine progress hen-. I rode, up by invitation of Mr. Sar.borne, to look at the Luiiding-J on the Canada fchore, just opposite th Fort (IroemN. The company have t reeted three fine buildings of brick, for paenters, offices, &e., and a laige freight build ,. f..,.t l..ie l.y f.. wide, jtll covered with -liite roofs, and pa-rm inertly Imilt. A Wheat House Mini elevator is in piogreas. On the Amer io.m side, the company are an-cting a noble -tone biidge, about a mile nbovo l'ort Huron, aora.-s the HI.k k Kivt r. The prices i laborious. Th-v ihive pile -, arid make strong water tight criba, wliieh tha-y c:ri!!;. The ater is pumped a.nf, and inside of tln'-e cribs the stone piers :.re cointiienced, far below the surface of the wa tar; w ha u finished, the piling is removed. The H! n-k Uivcr beieg navigable, the l.ridgo wi'l be r wing-brid:'"'. The line f;oni Port Huron to IS tioit i- iua state f forwardness. The iron h is been h liva ra-d at all th.; streams, where the grades lie, and by the first day of October, which ends the contract thin-, Port Huron people 'an ina'..a! tha ir a-lea tlon to vi-"t Detroit by land or w,fer. But the interest in Ietrc-:t at this point has ub-i.Jed, rn my ! th'- goods coming by the W. Hiilwir, and nearly all the trav. l ha-na-e to the At! uitie Coa-it, bi ing over that lina-. Th" Port Huron and Owfiv'o Hailroa-1 is lin-i-he t for twenty mlb's the retire line being a i'htv-live, which will open a new avenue to Chicago, n- .-O..M a-- the A. L. !'. B. is comple ted to tie- M. C. U. Ii. l;n-. All these Impor tant hue, niu-t send Port Huioti ahead. It is ah. a ly a most lhir.rihiag and beautiful City, grovvii. ste idilv, Lan I'oii'.ely :md subst aniiallv built, with a i energetic iiU-ini'--! j.onulation, cx-t.-n iva- m auufact iri s, and a ra-fi:iet and highly rultivaf. -1 -oai. ty. Tie; dealings of this city, i.i lumber and stae, with Albany, Boston, and several points in Cin-necti.-ut, gives them the advantage of a better currency than Michigan averages. There exi.-is here aUo, a good alegra-e of publ'e spirit. Tln-ie is an active fira- Icp irtnient, and excellently cf n conducted andinflaential new sji.iper 77.'- I'rr. The Congregational Socia-ty are now erecting a nobh- brick editiea; on the north side of Black River, and near it, upon extensive grounds de voted to that purpose, is now going up, a beau tiful ami spacious School-House. The land here is sandy, upon a substratum of clay, which makes e ally gardens, but of what ue, if tha-y ara' a. I to be cut oil '! Sarnia, opposite, the scene of the Tyh'r mur der, is lunch like Windsor, Sandwich, Maiden, and otha-r frontier Canadian towns a little show upon the jiver, and nothing ba k. Canada is now more depressed in respect to Agricultural and Commercial prosperity, than ever since the Impel ial iovemuiont changa-d her policy to w aid the Provinces, and allowed them to act for themselves. Tha-re is scarcity of the article of lifa' there, and much starvation and crime. Detroit, with tlo Milwaukie Eihf Cii.n-ij feasting, parading, dancing anal rejoicing, the Masons having a Jubilee, and a Cauiventiori of the Episcopal Church, was all aliva, but the newspapers of that city have already t-nlichta-na d everybody abamt all those things. To-night, if the stauna-h Fora-st tjueen should arriva, I si't my face against the north wind up Lake Huron, from whence, perhaps, should I have an opportunity, the readers af tha A''.4-r.-'Ua may be favored with a few particulars in respect to towns now being born in that region. II. I II f t I i I ( II lilt . The Detroit Trlb'tif says : William Thompson, of Fa'titotivilh', in this State, has the journals of the neyolutionary Cangress, the edition or.kred by Congress by a resolution of March -Jd, 17T'., whia h contains the w hole proceedings from Sept. 5, 177 I, to the adoption of the Constitution. He j.roTni-aes, trotu time to time, to make public through the Clinton ;.!. ';,-,, portions of tha-ir interesting contents. In a letter before us, he nota-s one fact of interest. When the old arti cles of confederation were submitted for the rati. lication of the , ver:d States, mtiele f.-nr rea l as fo'loWS ; Article 1. The better to secure and nor- petuate mutual friendsh:p :ir,d intercourse among the pa-a.ple of the ditVerent States in this t'n on the t'ff inh'ihit int. of each of those States, pan pets, vagataonds and fugitives from justice ex- copted, shall be entitled to ail the privileges nd immunities ot tree citizens in the sa-veral States In the fourth volume, page -J 7 2 of the journal where the members f Cauigrcss wete civing the ratification " the delegates from South Carolina being called upon, moved the following amend ment in Whalf of their State, vu: In the Article I, between the words 'free inhabitants insert nime, a?sea i.i me negative ayes, S nO.'S, 1 i . .i I divided. They then voted by States, each State had one vote. Two States were nbsent that day. This evidence tends pointedly to re- fate the recent assumptions cf Judge Taney i tV Pred Scott decision. Thk Watfrs of the Gi.ope Deckeasino. M. Vincent, a French writer, maintains that the waters of the globe are gradually decreasing. f junding his opinion on the fact that vast deserts of sand, mixed up with the a't and remains of marine animals of which the surface rf the globe is partly composed, were formerly inland seas which have insensibly become drv. Accor ding to M. Vincent, the Caspian, the Dead Sea, ic, will become dry ia their turn also, when their beds will be sandy deserts ; and the inland seas, whether they have only one outlet, as the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, the Baltic, Ac. or whether they have several, as the Gulf of Mex ico, the seas of Ochotsk, cf Japan, China, Ac, will at some future time c?a?e to communicate with the great basins of the ocean. They will become inland seas, true Ca?:pian, and ia due tine w-ll become likewise dry. Oa all sides the waters of rivers are t?een to ca-rv forward in their course the soil of the continent. M. Vin cent maintains, therefore, that there is an actual diminution of liquid mntter. ; Right of Satarallzed Clttzcnti In speaking of this subject, the Detroit vertiter Bays : " The letter of Gen. Cass to an adopted citizen of Tennessee, who applied to the Secretary of State for a passport, with the view to visit Europe, ir.forming him that Lis naturalization in this country would not exemp t him from military service under the French gov ernment, should it be demanded of Lira, has cre ated considerable surprise, and lead to no little inquiry as to the value of American citizenship to adopted cilizecs. And well it may. If that act docs not confer upon those who avail themselves of our laws in regard to naturaliz i tion, the same right to the protection of our government, abroad as well as at home, that native citizens possess, of what worth is it? It docs not confer upon them equal privileges with other citizens, and it is a farce and impo ekion. If the position of Hen. Cass be correct that American naturalization doas not exempt a man from impressment or from military service un der the goverment from which he has voluntarily expatriated himself, and if our Ciovernment has no rijht and no disposition, as he intimates, to protect him, no adopted citizen can visit his mother country while she is at war. If this doctrine be correct, too, w e think w ith one of our caiteuiporaiies, that all our "palavei" about the right of search, wha-n exorcised upon our v-. s-. Is lav British cruisers, for the purpose of capturing naturalized sailors of English, Irisl or Scotch birth, is a most contemptible farce, We supposed it had become a setth-d principle of our fioverutnent that the moment a foreign born citizen, is i.aturulized and adopteal as un American c;tizan, all obligations to his native country ceased, that he thereby entitla'd himself to all the lights and privileges of, and ta the same prtcction as native citiens, and that every a nergy of the loverninent must be evert, d to secure to him the enjoyment, t-very where, of those rights and privila'gas. If this be not so, on w hat ground ali 1 our Government almost in volve itself in a war with Austria, for the release of Kozsta who, after becaamirg a naturalized citi zen was sa-ie.l while on a visit to his native country? Thcra' SaH-ms to ba' an indisposition n the puit of the SVeretary of State to assert the rights of adopted citizens quite inconsistent with the laoisterous profa'Sr-ions of regard fair iln-tii w hich he in common with all other moalern iletnoorats, has so constantly maale. He very coolly tells the gentleman who applied to him for the passport, in half a alo.en lina-s, that hi Aiiia iican naturalization will be no protection to Lim abroad ; ar in other words, that our Govern nia-nt will make no attempt to protect the right whia.Ii he supposa-d, and all adopted citizens sup pose, tha-y had thereby ncquired, but should I'-ave- him to his fate. If the French Govern Hu nt -hajuld prejs him into the service, ha' uanild have no other remedy than to serve out his ta rm likaa any other rrtnsri-pt. So with the natives of any otha-r foreign country who have become i.at tir.ilied. They must e:thar remain where tin y ara ar take tha-ir chance ait being caught by the ra'crulling sergeant. Our Government can do nothing for tha in. Mr. Webster is dead, and so is Mr. Marry, arid General Cass is Secretary of State! Wl.o Is !! Tln nla ne. I ICa laf llioo. The CppaT l' niiixiil-i A-le.-it, a late organ of simon-pure pro-sdnvery Da-iuoeraey, stata-s that "one of the latest Federal appointees to one of the best olhVa-s in this Stata is a thorough paced Cowboy one who, in IS.. I, con-octed MatiiMonck Democratic frauds almost w ckly for a leading black republican journal, abusing the whatle Democratic facials from the Governar do-.vnwaids, without the slightest ra'gard to va racify, while he himself professed to be a Dem ocrat." The -liVci.V laroca-eds to sav. taat it is " high time that tho leanest, hard working National Democrats, who adha-re to their patty from principle and not for plunder, should cut loose from these Cowbovs, if they wi-h ta Si-e Michigan once more assume her proud positia.n as a prosperous Da-moa-ratic Stata" And it fur ther threata-ns that if any more sua h nominations ate ma-la? for (iaava-rnor as that f Senator Stuart, the National DciuamaN " will svitlidraw from the Cowlioy cli.Ue, organize a National Democratic Convention, appoint a National Da-moeratio State Caunniitta-f, and coinmenoa' a ir,ir of prin ciple." The Kansas Election. The returns received, though scattering, indicate that the Republicans have elected a majority of the Delegates to the Constitutional Convention, fUi that there is a large preponda'rance, in the Cnnva-ntion, of D. I-egata-s opposed to the a-stablishmctit cd Slavery in the Territory, and pledged to insist on the prohibition of it, in the Constitution which they are to frame. The Republican Delegates will, of coursa-, be unanimous on this point, and most of thos( nominally elected as Democrats, owa their election to having abandoned t1.a aloc trines op their party on this point, and pledged tba-msa-'vos to vote for the Slavery Prohibition. By.N r.tn ov the I. a not aoks. W.' Sa-e it sta ted that at Da-froit recently, an ox was killed be cause he did not nn h r.-1 an-I the French lan guage. The team, eoti-isting of one English ami one French ox, drawing a heavy laad and driven bv a Fra-ncli driver, was rros-ing the track whi-n the express tniin made its appear and. The driver, in great cciteina-nt, imme-diat.-ly ordered his oxen to ''," the French waird for " haw." The French ox un alerstoo.1 him, and turning otf the tr i.-k, saved himself, but the English ox, never having stud ied the language, pressed furtha-r on, and w as instantly killed. Phknomfnon. We learn that a very rem it k able phenomenon at sea is reported bv Captain Rogers of the bark Eolla, from Galveston. 0: the 4th nit., in the Gulf of Mexico, the vessel pas.al through a thick " scum" on the surface of the water, which extend..! as fir as the eve could see from X. W. to S. E. The substance resembled coal-tar, and gave out a smell pecul iar to that article. The ocean a!s. gave off steam, as if some Lot substance had lecn poured into it. The phenomenon was attributed to a volcanic eruption at the bottom of the Gulf. Im mediately aftewards the vessel experienced a violent hurricane. Water Falling is Lake Erie. The Tort Cliston J)emoer,U learns from fishermen, in that vicinity, who have had occasion to notice the rise and fall of water in tue Lake, that it has fallen gradually since the first of April, averaging three inches a week, which would make the water just two feet lower than during last sum mer, i he fishermen make this note from their pound stakes, which now show two feet more timber above the water than they did previous to April first. DtssoLrTiox in Canam. The Hamilton Tirie ia noticing the agitation now going oa ia the Upper Trovience for a dissolution of the Union, says : " Abundant evidence reaches us from every quiu-ter of the Province of Canada West that the agitation for a dissolution of the Union and for fundamental changes in the constitution w ill be sustained l-y a verr large and influential body men." For thai Rfpablicaa. Llterar) Exrrla at the Agricultural Col I art;-. Mr. Emtor: Believing that the many readers cf your well-filled -columns would peruse with pleasure and interest anything concerning the welfare and pn.sperity of our exeellet t Agricul tural College, we have been prompted to lay before them a brief statement of the exercises held at that institution on Friday evening last. At an early hour the hall was filled with people from the city, and the students of the College. The exercises were introduced with ruu-ie, a trio, w ith instrumental accompaniment. It would have been quite acceptable, had the gentlemen been more careful ia their articulation. We are no musician, yet it does Seeiu as it clear articula tion in music is a mo't essential element. The next in order was the reading of a paper, gotten up by the students for the occasion. It wanted not in variety, and contained many excel lent compositions. We could w rite a lengthy article, setting forth the particular nuiits of each piec, but time and space will not permit; hence we shall content ourselves by mentioning the most prominent. The first pi eduction w as a piece entitled the "Supper Club." The writer gave a description of tin organizatiim ot thi society, showing that it had its origin when pork and beans ware . t t at the College. Taken altogether, it was the chef-iT'Httrt of the occasion; and the applause it met with, testified but to( well of its oppreci ation by the audience. ine piece entiti.-.i " iiy a Mu l.-nt, was written in rhvme. We must sav it wa hand somely done, and reflected much credit upon its author. "Eaily Rising" w;is a u'l written pia'ce, and contained many fine " hit," yet w e think the writer expressed himself most too alistinetly on one or two points. He probably is not used to the society of the I a lies, heneo is excusable on that account. "Our Lifa- Voyage" was tolerable. " Rsiu Drop" and "My Mother's Grava," wore both well written pieces. The paper also containa-d several good conun drums, among which we noted one that pai tieu larly pleased us: "Why are men like alough ' Becaus they are needed (kn.-adeal) sa much by the women." The exercises alose l with mus e. vve n-ieneai iiirougnout me entire evening with much pleasure. The boyi did w.-ll, al though we understood tln-y would have acquitted themselves with much mora credit had tlwre been more unify in getting up the onto; tainnient We I.-f: for the city tl.t.t evening with the firm belief that phvsio.il a onibi'ii'd w ith intadia'Clual eJ-i. ation, lu.ika'r, lie man who is of tha mo--t ser vice to the world. We 1. ft, ii-w .ir-i'v thai. king th: t government which has civa ted an institution that is truly a i Oiiiaina'nt ra n I hn;ior to i a-ountrv. Wa hopa the boys will give Hi ;iif..rin-tt when another snch ei-ieise coin.-.s off, as it will please us a-xca-e. Singly to be pia'-enf, and n tin ptogress they arc making, both phv-ie.illy and iutellectii.alJy. With ra -pecf, very tmly jam: AMOCRECX DK I'KoURF.S. Tin: Sr. .Tosi:i- Wi fki.y Fkkk DhMocRAi. We have ti-a-a-ivi-l the lir-t number of tiis thor OKgh-goiiig I.'epiJ.iie.tU paper p-:b!-s!,.d at St .iovp!i, .viis.-oun. If is a lure, tine appeal tog and wa-11 rond ta-te.l -hi . t. lb-av what it say abaaut that State : viiss(,ii!i is suiroun.Io.I I iy Kepulilieati taf.-s Illinois, Io;i and Kansas And I ha tide ot iiuuiigraiiain now pouring into her ini.lst lroiu ova-ry .si.h', .-ilentiv und constantly, vvill spa-ak aut in thund. r toties iulsi-,.. j,, A manner I hat will st.-irtle from tha-ir a.!d fogy ia-pa.se tie- fossil s'.,v(-oa-raey of t!.a State. Tm: Nlw Ati.anth- Caulk. Mr. Cyrus W rnlil lift lor Eondon bv the Pei-Ia fa raiia-w his labors, in onum -of ion with the m iniifactiira-a ring the summer of a lu-w Atlantic cable. This is lo be brought with all the new iiiipia.va-ma-nts. and fully pii pan d f..r l iving across the Atlantic earlv in tha summer ot next Va ur. Mr. Fi Id a-X.ra-ss,-s Lis faith in tha ultimata sucoei a,f tha etiterpri.se .-is .str.mgty as he alid at its firs nm ini-nremi-i.t. GtmnALin. One .l tha- gr -at expansions of fame is ta have your pi. lure exhibited evety where. Correspondents ; date that the portraits of Garibaldi are in every window and in eva-rv print-stall in Sardinia, gen.-r.illy sa en phtceil be. iw.H'ii t nose oi ..!poieon in. an.i victor j-.man uel. The favorite co-turuc of tha guerilla hero is a cloak woin a li Huron. RnI'I L1CAN Tr.ttVHIl IN SfCTICt t. Th Albany .'rmiio J.,,tn..i' a,f Jim.- 1 kh says; At the City El.-ction field in No Eaiiid.ui vesta r day, the R.-pubiica: s made a clean sweep, elect ing tha-ir Mayor, Aid miaui and Common Council. A similar result a.ceurra-d t Wati-ibnry. Tha w hole Republican lia kct w.as elected. Tha New Orleans Ifo, in announcing the arrival of Julge Douglas, says : ' e laughs at th- amusing fabrication that he and the President have become rcconcila'd." On the other hand, the Chicago Tina, Judga? Ds. home or gan, is said to ba growing susjai. iouslr i'uehan ani.sh and Dred Scottish. Ivror.TANT I itkhart Discovihv. Ti e Paris Po stat.-s that M. Pe:t7., a librarian :.t Berlin, has ju-t aliscova-rcl th. manuscript journals of two Genoese navigators, TI.o...h.-io Dorio and Cgoiino Vivaldi, who double il,,. (,p,. ,,f ;, Hope in 12'.o, or two h'lTidrel .-m l s. von vears b. fore V.ira-o de G.OIi.l. Thk "One Ykak AviknI'Vfm" in CoNsrcn crT. The Senate of Conr.a-cticut ra jected, am Wednesday, by a vote of 17 nays to I veas, the proposed amendment to the constitution af that State, impositig upon foreigners a simdar disabil ity to that recently incorpa.ratel into the consti tution of Massachusetts. fc5 i nar. n.e rrencii 'loverninent Uocs r.ot expect or ir.ten-1 that the War in Italy sha'I be a short one, is evidenced bv tie- fact that the contracts for Army Supplies are drawn up to run for tiro i'ir certain. 5 iue ciu.ens cu .xniesourv .xiass are talking of a monumer.t to Hon. Jo-;ah Bartlett, one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence. ?"The Missouri Seriate are trying Judge Jackson, of that State, who has been irnpeach d, for all- dged oSeia! rr'scenduct, by the House of Reprtscntatives. Tcrnei Know Nothino. The New Oilcans Courier states that Hon. Tiorre Soule voted the Know Nothing ticket at the reecut tkcuori in that city. An AsTicirATro Linra. Sit-utary Cobb proposes to do a foolish thing. Be will, it is said, shortly write a letter upon the subject of slavery. FL(X)r is Minnesota. A treuiendcua Hood has recently inundated Minnesota, doing extec sive damage. TLe waters of !ho Mississippi have rLsea thirty feet. For the Rpub..can. Th Honey H-c. I have noticed that ia the course of each year. a urge amount of nonev is orougni mio me . Lansing maiket by persons reMdiug in this viein- j ity. It sells from eight to fiftaen cents per lb., aeeorilin.-to i!i il;rv ! Some is brought in the boxes, or "caps" in which it wa. made, is very fragrant, beautiful in appearance and delicious to the taste. This i earlv gathered, or clover honev, an-1 alwavs com - tn ni.U the lo-hor nearL-t r.riee na.t on'v On AC- count of the neat appearance of the boxa , and the beautiful comb, and the char honey with which the bees have but recently filled it, hut ha-eause the peculiar pe-rfum?, and tase of the honey are so much superior t the late, or Buck wheat honey. Late honey, notwithstanding it may be offered ia as neat boxes, w ill not generally command so hirh a price as the early, because its a-olor is alaiker, and it sometimes has a slightly bitter taste, particularly when made from Buckwheat. Sometimes, and not unireapietitly, honey is brought to market with a mixture of lwe-bread, brood-comb, .lead lares, Ac, and looks, as Miss Ophelia would say, " rather shiftless."' Honey otlered in this shape is not very attractive to buyers, of course it aloes n..t a-ommand tin' high est pria-e. If a man sells one hundred pounds of honey it makes some little JitVeraMice to him whether ha rea'oives for it eight dollars, or fifteen dollars. In the course of my peregrinations 1 some times visit such apiaries as I sa-e iu my way, ex amine the hives and the bees, and make some inquirias with reganl to the practice ot tha api aiist in the management of his b.-cs. Of course I come in contact with all sorts of hiva-s, all sorts of praetiav, unal all sorts of tha-aries, some va ry good, and some very bad. One of tha waarst is the practice of destroying tha swa'in in order to remove the honey from the old hive. This is an old practice and is caintinued by many experienced apiarists ta this day. A very faw alays since I was conversing with a person wha had several oa.lonies of laa-es in charge and who insisted that the only way to transfer bees from an old t a new hiva, was to hive the new swarm in a new hiva, and, in tha autumn, destroy the old colony and take away the honey. By this piece3?, a swarm of bees, wauth five ala.llars is destroyed, and tin contents of tha hive, say fifty pounds of honey, ba-e bread, and braiod comb is Sold at eight cents par jaun-l. Thus alestrivii:g five dollars and realizing four dollars. There is no necessity for any loss whnt-a-ver, for bea-s can be lransf.-rra-.l from an old, into into a new Lira, and the brood comb, find as mui h of the money as is desirabh pi u vd in the na-w hive without tha hiss of a b.-e. Boa Itepirty is one thing, bee rnltitf is :i!'.o- thei. Some pa-oph l.a. p bars for profit, otha rs lor fancy, yet ali who ka-op lares export to ga-t returns forlh. Ir time, trouble, and expa nse in the -hapa of hoiii-v, and pa-rhnps hh ina-ra aso of tha-ir stiK-k. Some p.-l'Sains ka-a-p one or tvo hives of bca-s for MVa-ral yi-ars, but have i.o natural inei-.-ase . I their stock : it tha bea-s swarm, tha-v are not Li ved, an 1 liottloif is made to secure the et'.i supply of hon. v tin- baes woidd pri-p.aia for tin- owner it ha would make suitable arrangement- for tie ra-Ca-ptioll of it. tihi't -. w ho study the habits a.f bees, g. .among (hem, ford (hem wha-n na-cess.-iry, taka rara th .t no worms, mi'-a1, or othrr ena-niv interfen ? with them, and are gentle vai h them, a-an handle the bees with.out fear of being stung ; ran secure a In ge ajiiu tity a.f surplus l.oney, ami i t-;nlv alouble tha- stork of bees every year. This la--quires time, atta-ntion, and prai lice, br:t the api aiian gets well paid fir his kind ntti-mion, for tha- ba-a's appa'ar lo watch for his coming, recog nize him, receive him kindle, and reward Lim u'rh the fruits ,,f their libor. An In-pkx. The Richmond l.'ninirtr, in a ra--ra-nt artia-'.' !iiada-d "Virginia lea.ls the van," says, with a moih-sty exi-ea'dingly refreshing: Twa-lve months ago, wha-n tin Eocompton i;Uestio!i was in its passion, tin Biohmaind .' iuirrr, tha; acknowh'dged airg.m of tie Virginia Denioaracy, openly proe!ainn-l lie: doctrine of i'oiojr ion-il protrrtlott t- pf r.' ar pr-'j-'rfji in I he 'j'trrit'jri' , arm not a pre of ami party in the St-itf tftitnre-l to mil u Bow many l.K-ofoa-o pra-ssa-s are there i:i Mia-h-gan that dare aienounca (his aloa-trine? Come, gentlemen lorofaieato ditors, pl.ia-a yourselves upon tha ra-cord. Let the people knaiw wha-re v..-,i stand, and what jou iiit.nd to do, iu a-.ase this aIH:triue is intei -polated into the Democratic plat form. CoNViCTKiN fat-' A NtW.spAl'ER Koll Pcisi isih n MLS. Sia'KLKS (aiNIKssIIN. Jha prosa a lit ion a.f the rditair arid propiirpirs of the Kreuiioj AW t i, of San Frari'-isa-n on a charge a.f mis..-. meanair, in puMi-hmg Mrs. ickie- ratnti-s.,,n resulted iu a judgment of guilty, and a s. nt'-nca of D fii.e against each of the partial aca-usod This result, though it has astonished tha- a-nti:-. community, d.M-s not sei-in to have talo-n tha ale icnuanrs r.y surprise, a ia- case i.a-.-n p. pealed. Thk Prori rs' TirkKT Prsvsv i v.wi . Th.- Philadelphia X-rtl, A,,,-ro -j.,.:,'h in ihe hi-h t t.-rms of the Peoples' Ti- k.-t. F.-v. poty candid it-.-s," it s;,,a "ar, tt,r f.M.-d for the Iosrs, and we have no doubt th,.- will be . h-ct--d by a large majoiity." Of tha ra -a.lutlons vi,;. h Compose the platform, it. say, "ih.-v are both conservaTiva- jan-l progra-s-iva-, r. taii in" what is good, rejea-ting what is bad, and pr.--mg f.u vard toward a batter dlV under the le-,.J ,,f ulse po litical meaura-s." "ZT S.-nator Grea-n of Missouri, in a sp,,., at .letl'erson f'ify, on the ; th ir.-t., s.i l that 1.,. would vote for Judge D.ngl;, if nominate.! for the Presidency by the Chatl.-ston Convention. "He differed in a.pinion with Mr. Douglas upon several pa.lttts m Lis political era-ed; but he wa; as wide asunder from Seward, a.r iv otha-r ma: that would be nominated bv the Black Republi can party, as heaven is from earth."' The Japanf-k AvinASSM.on.-. Ovn to the miscarriage of the lett. r from the Navy Depart ment to Lommodore Tatna", approving the .-r,d-ing of the Japanese Envoys to this country in the steamer Mississippi, it has become uncertain when thay will arrive, but may reach here at anv moment. The Department has reiterated its or der to Commodore Tatrsall. Such ts War. Ia the towns of Sardinia th church'.-s have generally been convert al h;to J,ar racks, especially for the cavalry, to shelter the horse from the drenching rairs. Go;ng to see the Cathedral of Casale, a letter writer found a "couple of hundred hore reighirg in the rave and a-sles." An Old AcvraiMANCE. A Mr. B-lknap, who is gu.-pected of being the gentle n;a:i of Gov- ernmetit Stock Bank notorietv, in this Sute. has lately diddled the f'nion Bank of New York city, out of ?10i,ii.yi. 2T" To? C-jiniuoriirtahh. published at Wil mington, Delaware, Las run up the came of John J. Crittenden, of KeUucky, f r rreider.t in ISaSO "abject to the decision of the People's National I Convention. 9cnlble. The Kalamazoo Tde.jrjpn is out iu able cdita rial ia favor of of the nomination cf Wm. 11. vivaM tor the 1 resiJcticv We have ot.lv room t,)r jno following : y0 iKlieve, therelor., that the Republican i-artv w ill consult both its own ba-rt pol.cv and i the true intera cts of the country bv the nomina tion of its strongest fUtcsuuii. There is no dis pute as to who that statesman is. The pat ty, the countiv.uiid the world havesettled that qiu-tion. 1 :1ih1 pronounced William H.Seward that man And tlfCV IllVC made 0.0 niistaa- !!l this. Sure IV if a long and unwavering adherence to prim-iph. a consi-tent and conspicuous public recud, a tar reaching profound sagacity, vai'nd and eompre lai.sive learning, and a Parliamentary floqiu-nce at once lofty, vigorous and graceful, can give any man a valid title ta statesmanship, they have al ready conferred that high honor upon William II. Seward. And he is not simplv tin foremost statesman ot the Republican party; he is the l;i st -statesman in the country. Ten vears ag. he enta-ra-d the I nited States Senate. He 1 ad be, n a State Sen ator ami Governor of the State of New -York, and l.a 1 a fair reputatia. fr talent utr.otig our younga-r't lass of sta'esuia-n ; vvh'h at the same time a strong earn nt a.f pn-judlce Lad for a-ars lii-eti Sa-tting against him, and his genius and in fluence were in a g-eat measure oversha-hwi-.l by the Ca.l sal I eputations of Clay and Webster. Ixaok at what he lias aci-mt h-he.I ir those twit years! Beginning with his profound and mas terly spivch n the admission of C.il.fomu, a!e livered saa'i afla r he tok Lis saat in tin S. tiate, laiok at that longli.sl of cra-at iff uts whiah l ava tolioued oin alter anothet, hotiaa.iag mt only th r aiitiior but the country, and she. I. Pug new lustre upon American al-'qua-m-e ami tha- Englhh tonguel As great auestlons and high al.bati-s have aria-n in our N at'.ainal Caum its, amid tha rattle ol mu-ka-trv and lighta-r at tiilcry, the ri-part of one gun has gone boaunlrig ova-r tha- count ry to its tuithi-rcst frotitiers; S.-ward has spoken, and tie- lightning has fhisha-d his w orals fraim Maina to Texas, troni the Atlantic to the Missis sippi. Wha-se siieea ha-s are now read iik.-his: Clav and Wa-l-sta-r, in tlu-ir pa'-nicst al.ivs, m-vor reaehed o inanv lu-nds as he. It must b a man of great pova-rs who has aecomplisha'd sueh waui dors in tha- shor t space of (en vears. Look, too, how he has sfawid cahn mid vigilant and faithful upon the watch-towers of Fiea-doni. When has he ever wavered; when has his bugle ever giva-n an una-ei tain sound"' Ever avaiiding pa-rsoual issues, amid clouds ol pra-judia-o a'ld ta-ni pa-sts of passion, wham other im-u have havonia iuipati.-iit and eva ti aicspaiiing, his faith, his catur- ago and his const.uu-y have commanded ahke the ndmiiatioli of lii.-n land fao. He speaks nnd acts as ihotlgh ha had Sea 11 the a-ll-1 of tha sl.lVa'IV question from tha ba-ginning; an! ha-nca his fiee has ba'a-li sera'lic when ot!ia-s liavo l.a-a-ll OVa-la'ast with alonbts and fears. This country Las m-v plah;eod a sia'a-sman ho Las spoka-u and a. ta-.l fra.iu a more profound im-ight f tha' graat priii t it.lcs a.f ,J a-ti.-e a' d Hum. ia Natura which nu ll, rlie nil pii':tia-nl and National ppaa-prrifv and pova.r. Til r Germ ans ani Gov . Sf v Alio. Among i ss, howeva-i-, is tha- prcililectlon f ir S.-ward Saa nui-a-d as arming tha (ora-in laoin l.eouhh. an voters, and rspa-cially amoi g lie- G(-ii---ius. W trails!. .ta-pai t !( an artia h lioui tin Wata-il.ovii Co, x . il -, o:ia of the hii-l ml .ic:;lia! Oa-l mm Repu!.!ii-:in pipel- ill tha' Si.lta-. h'.a. '.. 7..r..... "A vi.-t-iry with Sa-war-1 wouM b. ra .-ogii!. .1 is a a ompla ta v i toiy i f Ra-publia-.au jeincipla s. Sewaid is, mota-ov.-r, tie stioiige-t raudi'lata wlil. h the Ra-puhlieaiis can nominate, if ih.-y ia--in.iia t: '.I- to tiia-m--. has and Loop al.aof liaiin dis-:i.-rai!.- rompiaimis, - silh aal!ii-r a leim nt-1. Even at tha So itn Sa ivaid is highly to pea t, al ;-s a st It.-.'CUI. a'ld Lis bit'i-r.-st a-ppoiia-lits alo j:..-tiea-ta his t.il'-nts wliih- con Jeiiueitg his pa-!:tii al via ws. This ta-coguitio-i, v. hia'i he has gaiiu-d I. V 1 Is iipil'dif, m.-oiU , ron-i-ta-iit a-oiti-e in the S- II ate, will I .hint lie- w. :ipoi:s a.f the a ppa.si;iou, and secura- suppaiit which no other a-atididati i-.an obftiin. Moreova r, he i a man ot i vpa ria-lia a-, re.-aahif.' ia i-llataa-ta r, tca.ila-tly a lha-la lit to prir.aipla, from whom :.'l woull c'pai t a. my oni- -i delate alid pl il let. t llleasilla- -. "In run. lu-ion, a woid as to the syinpa'hia-s of German Republicans. Wo have, aiming lite sev eral vears wo Lave Urn a onm i t.-.l witii tin Re-pnbli.-a.i pia-s, in alill.-ia ht parts a.l ihe Ciiion, had fr.'iUei.t a .p..i tnniti. s to 1. arn the via-wsa-f our coin i ti viii.-it, but vva- h:iva in va r heard tin" name of :,uy on.- of oar living stati-smaui nunnd with mavri- iind.vidi-d i.-spea t and gr.-ata-r svrnpa thy by the l-ti. r.al Germans than that of William II. Seward, (.'real as was tha ii:thtisi.im o' the Germain for Fi.m.mt at tin I.i -l IV.-sidej.ti.il can-va-s, tie obsrivant stu rtator rouM still p.-n a ive that S. ward's m.mit aiion wa.ul l have I rt ou t with a v: t warrm-r surioot t." St.vt: Gf.au i. ai. St uv r v. The Ann Aiba.r Ar-i of June l:th, rgiva s the fa.'!.. ing e, oUt,t of the Jll'Ogla'-s a.f this siilVa V : " Duiing a portion a.f lat month Pr.d. Win- (hail, St.lta- (oolaieist ldr tflOUlt a.f I.tsf M III- la r, Las l cn aa liva lv cligaga'd in the wa.ik a.f pr.a-a-rutil'g the Gea.lojgical Survey. lie spa-nt fraitll ta lo thra-o VVi'a-k ill Monraae t'oilTitV, la'- turning to anir ('itv lot wa ek, and h-aving again on Tuesday !a-t for an a vploratia.ii of Jaa k-am and Ilil'-dala- rouiili. s. Hois no. om;arii.d bv v.. tll.g 111. It JH ;is-i-t. lilts. Tha- Prof.-sa.r travels Willi ;l hofe ;iO J -ova rad wagon, a-.irri.-i a ranqi a-quipAge, :,nil a-.K.I.in.' uta-n-il-, ba'dd.itg, .V'-., ::iel hva-s in a fu imitiv a m atiri. r. He "Oa-s t lovi 1 I wil'l ah a. hoi. ial Aa- . ., the pri-s.-rv:,t . i a.t sp.- iiiia-ri-i a.f ii iiur.-al Li-ta.rv, and m il.. - tl.oroai'.'h and ah-an v.eik as he e..,-, along. Dr. Mi!.-1, tin- A i-i: tan' G.-oIogi-t, was in our t'itv am T i.-1 1' , .tir.an-iitig with JVa.f. W. for the both, r pi'.s. a-,i'i.,i, a;f tl.a- si, v. y. Tie- Dr. has i xpl.an .1 th.. S.a'jiiiaw valla-v, "p..l !iir:g Li own rai -i-," a,r ratlia r life La. at, in iMif.ii-tnra-d in Na-w lotk a s;., . i.iilv for his u-: It is ol l.'iitm Pa-ra-h:i, ca'i be p-o l.a-l a.ti a ;a,re or in a hu'.-fv an-lwilla-any halt a ton. The Dr. informs us ih.T: an ova rlatid i-vpe.iif ia.n to Maa-kinaw is a ..iita-r.i-p'tat.-d in Sa-J.ta mb.-r, slii. 'i will be j.,iri. d it; I.V Soma a.l tbi. I t pro-liilii-lit 'tizetrt of the S'-sta'. A Si-rt t: in v Tioht Pi a an. At V . , on.- Saiimliv a v.-iiii.g, fiit.gi:a-.a hv hi long jotarna-v, a w.-igom-i , m itii Lis -nil, .Jrovv h'S ta-a'ii into a good rang.-, ,, ta rm'ri.-d to pa-s the SaLhvh, rt.jovittg a Se-i.ti of wot-hhi with tha- 1 f.i-s of if..' villa-e. When tha- time f,,r ivo.-i,:p arrivad, John w;is -a t to Wat.-'l the f.-im, while tlla' Wag'llia-r Ka-l.t in witL ti e rraawd. The pr. ria !. r Ind h i:.ilv nr:i-.e;nr.-d his s.jl.j,., t .(.:.; the oil man f. H sonr d a-', c;.. lb- s-.t roam-t iho r ar'iri.ei in tl.a a . t;tre a,f the b aaly sho : i'l-t a-'ai'.sf loin i ep.ir.it -I only by a va ry low partition. s;it H ; !.-hv ladv. wlio .-. a.m. d all a'-a.rb-d in the s.-r- I no:;. She muggled Lard with her feelings, un il in. a'd. 1 to rotitrol tha ni longer, shf burst a.iit withalo'i-1 a-ram, iir:-l shouti-d at tl-e ton of ha r voice, fou-Irtg the oil man. who, but half awaka-, thrust his arm aro-m I l,-r wio-f, and a ri e 1 Va ry soothingly : " Wa, Nance 1 w av, Nar.ee 1 Wo : L. re John," calling his -on, "cut the fdly bar.-! am lo...- the br.-eching api-ck, or -he'il tanr rvervthin" to pieces ! It was a'l lie w.rk of a moment ; but the sis-t'-r fore' t to shout, the prcaeha r lost the thread of Lis ai-courso, and tie; ma-a tsi.g rarna-pra-ma-turelv to a c!o-e; while the f piy mortim-d and i poor old m an skiiila-d away, ib-termim-d Tit to go tai church again until he coui 1 keep his a-t;s bv ra-malning aw.ike. KorsrTn's IV'Sition. K'-suthf in a iiototo the TTwi'. correcting nc'-cj.r. s.j;;titioiis, sivs; " The purport of my argument is this; If Ki g land abstains from taking a part in this wa-, the war will remain restricted to the Austrian domin ions and to the Italian r tnir.sula ; if, oa the con trary, England interfere', tio- war will become a eterai ore, baeius; iierTua'tv will not plunge Ir'.o the war if told that she will not be support.-.! by nnglaiid ; and in thi" c- Russia, too, w ill re- main iieutral; b it if Kngland should either di-, rectly upfort Austria or assist liermany i eti ieiatly another effort to humbug the psjx.ple, on the part of those ir.tred ii tl I"ik-s Peak csaig'itlor'. recuy support Austria or assist i rermany in m-j r---r i-j. .- jr, wa- or o.i-t erii-.so $ por:ir:g her, thavn Rus-ia, toa, w ill p L-i, but ou !" the oj.pos-te -He -he will -upport frar.ee. SoL,eo ;,..A"r'f,,': T"1 V" ,rVrz-". that, if the- pre--?M war 3nirt general huro-lur.aoa t -taVli ar.l r-t -'at- a p..ta4.- iaj p'-an proportions, it will b" rit:relv th waark ,f May IT'li. I4'.'a.--.al! a( j ly t'i i..,r-i a,-je fai'V f to Kne-lanaiV irtarvr-ition.' " I J "Di-'r ,!" "'", fr a .:. .arw- a.t e- !pn'. .tu t:, f.rtrf .-K.iaai aj tl., or '. unct,. r-'a-a: 4. fa.r -ry ha.r-a a;r,n o I'-uo!, ti.a a-,er x ar.a ...i ...-.v.i,.i Ki wt4IJ . WI r-.v 't to a! a.tr Xj.0... ti? " , r n., . T - , . twnt t asnt ir alajr f ruth atKaa-raM-ratiy that tV gaOWUig aCCi)UIit.S irom lueH lean-. There IS I h'.r- !ai; t-kah n ttiai ro I. ), iti-t i f t-o cact', Four !)) Later from tumi- - tl.. Stramrr Anl.,0 ; Gnuwt.V Koaght at MaK tita. rc,t ttlt A desperate battle was foeght t Ma-t. the 4th of June between the allied arinv JiT the Emperor Napoleon, and the Austria under tJ.-neral Boss, in which unlimited fw were nga.-ed on U.th sides. The Fjnr poleon, in his dispatches to the Eniprew" at ". Tuilencs claims a decisive victavry. Mvin .is artnv toon, 7,o prisot:rs. iLsjIaL.'i u, and captured thr,e canmn and two surJj ' Ileostiuutes tin loss of his own army at ?a, oui li wa rumore i m rans that ti. I'- a . ' was between '.'i and li.oaV. ltisrfIH that there were from l.VViM to lSi imi w trians at d le.',iKat French cnga-a'd in tV.. .... The Austrian amounts alitVerwid. lv f. avf the French. Their bi 'h ti: s sw Iwi.L.j J...;.. .,l,t . . ' NerJ .......... .am tarvmg tn,,-.. wl.t. Ia ... .:ii .... ; .- ruu Cn as still tindecid.-d oi i!,- -..a . a.t the Oth as to whav gaim d the I t.ii-v v . isses on both sides are rv ported. " '' tla-n. Espin.ise, of the s,va:.,I .-a-a... ..- was killed, and Mailial Car-r, Krt J'.T' of the third or:s .was mori.-iVr ,, . r i r Maurice MacMahon, commander of li-eAHwi or .r.irw.c, had bavn create.I ' . :;osr - -ive of the Fi-cmh Marshal, mj ,',.n... were wau;nle.l. Marshal Count B.iraguav d'llillier I .a st:pcisedod in l is command of the first vr,, T tinrne bv GertaTal FaTa V ' ' l our Austrian tl.-net'ils and five staff oftW, woie va..um:ed at the battle. Tha-ro had b,-.. , p-ueral r, x'lt at j,;, . the people lad .Icaiar. 1 in f..v,.r of I KIn.rf S.ir.hr.i.i. e The Au-tiiins ra-tiiad bom Milan, but theciu had not Vet been Oarupied bv the French. Lat.-r rumors detract from' the Framch the c. tarv at Maga-i.t.i. It w,s ,,!i:(t t,M. vu,foiU f wa.ul l f -...w the entrance of the Fr.-ita-h aruu into Milan. Th.' lit. -t news .y the Eiropa. respaH ting tl,. Austriatis in ra treat a. ross the Tieino, is furt cor,tirii-.-,. Th.- Fr.-t.rh rr..s, ,J the Tiei,a, ,-, ButlUlora and Turbigo. There was cotisi,!..rhV fighting at Kith plaa-cs. I. The Boston Trameript La- the telkm- ing : Mr. Geo. W. Curtis, m Lis "Tiumps," tiketrha'd some wr'hirnirinlaaTi'd characters in this vi.-inity, of a past generation, iu a maimer that has given oflcnse lo (hair ra -hit ivrs. The in cidents woven iu the story are s.ii.l lo Lav,' i. eurrc.l v. I.ile the ILov adji a.s at sa h.K-l at J.niui,. Plain. Sii:an.:k Sol lia r r,.c Joy.The Wa-hingtaan a a.lla-spoti.lent a.f the N. Y. 'a.;, s.n- ; " The d, liiocraa-v of this city fiona 'ie Lte,est titmiia.n.ary !' ih. goveirimoitt ,i i.e ma-an.t r.a-gio trader, is frantic Hiih Aa .a,r the de.i-ion ot the Saijarcme Comt a-I Ohio. The nertha iii deiiuia-r.icy .are t! e "lad d.-s of tall. Instead of grave'lv. at-.d Hlhap s-1-l'y a. .,ui, sei-..; in the al.-aV.OL as .r.l hill just, ih. v cviih ov.r ti.- I act flat i.o mm can goo a aiiist rl bread loathing ni-giu in o!.;., : i;. r thi-, a-.ad t ike pii L iu llu fact il.t Ohio cannot pro!. -a t L,-r a i;i, ns l:o;t. lo-fc-t t, that a slave rateha-r but m..l.. s ,...t!. t' .-o '.a- is lil.Shl.Hl-." An On. B.mi.The R..ehei.-r I .. . ie, C.-S a Bible laa-loliglitg to :i e. !,t, i,.,;i af l.(c aitv, plil. ted in the Eii-di-h In." lage, ia hi -1, . sail lo be ihe oldest iiitl.i ..c.n.tiv. Lan., piint.-.I at Geiu-va, by .1,!. : IV-piii, in 1 .,. 1 his remaikal-lc ba..k was m, I. ul t, uh u ..!, Utl -VCa ala'lit pica'a- ol mei ham, 4l Vaoil, ;al h.r f -duialailily ot material -r.:iId go, mi l it la si,,,,,! the ti-t of lime lomaika'-ta wall. IJ. na-r atiam afia-r ga-na-ratioii Lis i on-njl . ,1 it j j g. fii. spiiitii.il comfa.it, and l.p-.t: it " n a ctd,'' a ai'i has a rigrava-d tha- mark - of it time ; and m mo-t of the pitntirg ami wii'-rtg is legit.le. ." w i:ai Sunt is on l!vt.ki is. A . holt linn sinra" Gi'ita-ral Shiel Is, landing at Hasting , on tin- M sippi, coinpate.l Ins fuc.ht and bill a.f lamln.g, one ita-rii cahii-g :,r t-,.. harra-ls Strang. ta say, however, the G.-m-ial a-oull o;.U find on the landing si f his barra-!-! He t h.-aid rounting tin in over s.'Va r;d time will Ihe same u'lssfi-laetair v ta-sn't a-a"h lima'. Movii.g tin' inda-x finger of the tight Land i.p and damn in a poiuta-d iiianm-r at raa h barnl thus he .l Oaillia'al allUld, W itll . Ill i b.t it a- iiail'.tur v rmpha'is . " I tie tr.il thr.-e four five ." ArJ -haling Lis La-ad with dignlfi.-d v' .vity, s.iv ir, " Sa.tn. thing wrong La-re," ha- ia-e,m::e-l a-a al ho a'Olllit. " :ia t.vai thra-a fa, in ',: Va whaie the is tin- olha-r barrel.' Full of wrath, he was praH-a-a-diug tai al.-m.-tnd the irt-dnrti.-ii of the imssing c a-k from the boa?, alien, lo! or. Lis ratting up lor that puiano Iuhu wha-re La was surva-y ing, with chai aa teii.-tir dig nity and gravity. Lis g.Mt.ls and sundria j, it a. disroven-d, lo his infinite himi'a meiil and tint a.t the bvstanda-rs, that -i.i. f,r, titti,..y,.i rtii t rnruth l.n rl .r' l'tM aratilliiKaa of tlir ( aamiiiatai C'ltmaf II. Tie- '..mni..n "..iiuril l..r l. Ilia- I .aniir.l C.-in in . , a , 4,ty .lill.a aaf I jiii it,. I a' Illll. ll'-lll!t la. ! "lOlillii-u' a,l .lallaa- l.itli. raa-tit Hen. II II sm.ili. Mra.r V ! rart-r . K. Iluir, J..I.O A l..rr,.l. I. V-m-t s i . I.o., Win II I'm. l.iar, Al.Vr 1.. M.t.aita-" a I U f rn. tiniT i--l Uti.i rnlil.l m i. V: ;-ni.:iii .ft.r... trin a ,r!r. r'-r.i, A-, .r -. i.'a.t rUiari a.t .1. a, ,i .... f ,r w.ik. ra-a.-t:nia.-!.i..' it-" :.H-.aatra. IU -..luti. ii a,iint. ,v Al i. rar,:an , tor r'.a- aaa r.,va..i,aiit at It I, M t. ! '.'..a.r . ! . lat.al '.a!r l o'fi-, !n l 't twr lr -- inre ma V a si I! j. -..(.. la. ! .....-t.-'a 1,1 i m .f e,i ,.-iiaijU l-i . a'-. I. .-I .ttao ,ail.tv. a1a,! ut, , lfl4 ea'.-af M , tl .llll a.l II. in- l.i:u 'l-l ajar anl lin an'.' ia.n a.t A l-lao na.in I n In jr a r..maj. .'" a a. ., -rta li r-.-t ..f bulM.e.' ntt ' '' l-t l'l.-t-r la-i'!- .-r. M" li iian Avt-niia. I'-i in..t li a. Ai !. Illi .o k- fl, .'- V,., 1 lax t r l,llll,Oa-- ,. l.a-al'l, rJ"i -. aa-i . .T i. ii a,f Ai.!. t ni ii V. nhia., I. That t k-rk r. -,rt at tl.a Da it maa- i. t an ..iti! at r'a-'u- ai.'l a.'ia !:.! a!i a Ul anl anon;. T.t-1 f.,r '' al an t cwiil iii, r..aiint. 'a ir.'.t '-.n i f A! tri hoi K-rr, tl,a f r.l- -a.ntl, ..f H ack ir ii M aa a-I.i ! a.n tt.-til,'.-. A!..,, . - '. ti.jt ril a-r.... a j!k- I tuilt a.f a ti l l :.-i,ol, . A:-., aa-. l. aia,,, j,, r, j,,, ! ,,ti. raib1' Lut an-! -i l- at .i.-a. W.,. il u A" near W I ra . . ., ( a I,..,, r.1. .i a .m:vi-ti:c;, ;,. CITY ORDINANCES. I BV AI TII-'BITV. n oi:mna.('i: .i'itlkmknt- i OI.'I'i AN l.lgilNWf 1 I NUII 111 AN , fV.'A VAN' V Krl.WIVI 1-t , AMI M l IS s,,,,, . .- a, .'. .1. i , m i; ,,,,, ,i ,1 !, ,f jaaj ay, ll,r tl a- Oinr ;..r tia .,iV,t . 11 a. l'- t x A-r1 it. 1 .'.' ' a-, " !,- ,. I., i a t,tnvu ,1 tl a ti'.t : -y i .1 i : jr i,. ', -,i, : tl a-r,o, -J., ,.u,n i. Laa-I.a 'l.-.r.: rai,-. 1 m, an. I, na,t ram ei.aa ui,s i-rt ( .,n ; it-a ntil.iin .. ti.at l.i'i- a i.- nao .t fi'i , I . tun ti, ,t Hi.- f.arlia ulir aia.r .i .t uj.i.a. l J -tl t.at - -1 a- a!4a, a,f ,t!.a.r a jai rrniT-l,:l I in-... a.f in, rita- af I mi- r r an-t iayia,a.t tn I. ta o tl.a iik Inn - a.f a .iito of i!y r.- ,'.a: ..t- a. r ai,t. n.n t', atn-Mi!.'. .f tl.a- tit vloab al.all I- MiOll v., .l.aj-a I,- .i r ,- ,. ; o f.ttm- In aa- :-. 4',' ot -l.it l,a!l n il in tt baa aaa.,..i a'. 1 a r raiai ...!, a . ro tajawt -a niw Ui' a r : itinra-, kt I i':.ri'.'a f...aa.-l a I .:.- city I'm '., iii-li a haU fn aa,,Irf.,j n t to l.a 1 ia:,fl-i:. tut Ijall nni a -i fu:i li.ra-a an I a ITVrt. la..t,a. at t!a r air.tii .n r .lucI ra-.-n, t!.i i'li .!a f J u. .V Ii 1-. '. U K sMitfl, Mtfr. J. I.al-.r I, a7,rl. A N OniilNA.N'cir TO KKSTKAIN 2Y iloI:-f.S AVr t NKt I.V CATTLffK' K ri'NSIV. ATI AKl.r "Vt.s 1. . n. I,j i, I w ::n''m !' ';:-Vir.f .m-.j, r.! i! '! 'l i-.t I U.fjl.' ar.ar h..r--. a,r u-.ru'y ratli-, t' po a? iar ..2i:i i I. t:i.. at m 1 e-'f. an I if inf a'i'ii !ial! t- fjDtrnia til; a. Ii!a.;tii tta Inf. a.f ty, it 'l.a'l k laaf.a! '. it m.a ri.io, an lat '. b tlai aj sty i f an f.jfi! nnit-r. tie? r:.r.lal,ar any mt-ulle of njiei'.r, to !r. , tl.a? ran. t t'i titr r".uu !,or aB- II. -ami. to U- s.. 'i o .-c , ar.J t f '', .i r t v atne t" Joun l ijaaris i. l. '. ia I ii:-' i , n '-l,i!, arnra airi.'.liM fr--ri -. a;i,.ii; tl.a- -fix, h '. a-n' tiat l to ra" -in a f f. j t r.i. '..rr.-iarli 1, . a-nl taa a-'ita c-f ta. !.." ..ra. i t-.-ru'r rramr C- aia t. j.cud. !' : Z n-vt -f'iriir1! in rav! r:0'!'f !;-alar.-"! t.JT I. m ajl-1ar th a.r.'llianr. La ! ita-l to r. a aita. )i.l-i .n Ia-ai t-T rrn r.,r atrl aSi-a-ha-t me tli" ni. tt.a ,uti f t-rit . i.a r-t . y r aia? t'r L-r ,m a: ! fr-l ii r a'li !.r-a. a. ! - ci.t- ilf fa-r ka--,.i. an.! f-a !:n:' a h . ' .o'li a ii.'.J ran, a. j. um- far air. i tnr t jaaio 1, ra- v ra;. r i an4 i nrr Hum- i afai t ! .:, aniil ba pa.- tu tn rJ'ja- 1 rr. -i io ti. f 1 : a-c'.ioo a f lut r r(i:!aocaf ab"r r t-r-4 Ui. to b t"-paoaati a f a pnri.!-! in .?!. at-aV-ov Into at th mzonn a-nuna-il r- r:a, t'i '-,i -lay c Jjn. a u. 1 ' . n n .--yrni. Jft-. J. O. fUjtrl.r.L, fieri.