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<.j r.outer #c'l i »*-go**» r*i i ~;mai f itv. M.*ki i fhuinty, » 1 > I • lllte'i I o i e > , A rti'ti ot tl:*' Si nx of tlie Y Ihrw M ,In,a., numlr.ring w*ioi‘Wt warrior* with tin ir lainlli'W ar. i n.'a.'iip d lit, Maiiaiimili, iii linn county, tni' "U fur Unit limiting Vi aiuda, nil th" Minnesota. 11 .1 )>(>• o it>kf i" tic at Mtmfimh recently on In ini'**, *ve hull til pliauirx; of Ixong I ailed ill tn n-.*'*t in the drawing up Of a treaty b.lW'.fi the < 'lnch and principal warrior* ol llm rxunix, mid two Chil li of tl. t 'hipp'wxi* ot l>>'< h f/ike, who wi re w rit by the latter on tin cinliii ay( In the Sioux for ti c | .'i. jn»-i. It" foru our mrival, there hail bx*,u great r» joking among the • ;ouv iai receiving the Alilbu.s*itd',r», mieh ns h ring of gun*, ilntii ing, mill oQ till morning ullif 111 ir reic|i tioii a grxnt fount was given by the ebiMU in til- ir honor, at which they wer" cut. i taint lin true Indian style. Alter the fm-t ■ rouiu il Win* la M, at wliii li tli I 'lii-1i unil prim qnti warrior * ol tie' . ioiit and tin: two Chippwa Alillms/itdor* le ■ i*tei 1 At thia council the tr uly < mlmdied in th • accompanying report ol tin* pns'i 'dillg“ of the council wan r»tifix*h It i» to la: hop'd that although bullied ill th*' artk'as and *>*n tenlioii style, i Imrai't' riatic of proeeedine* of Ihii nature unwng the unci'hi/*sl. it '••Il Hot in Without uood elt. et lu tin* rim.ii th -hrdiafH-ot boUt-lrik*- p We have belt) vlait'd by tlx 'mux. nod nothing li»* Irun-ipircd to mar tie harmony IIOW I Hint Ilia IxtW'cU tin HI mid till w liili It I* tot.' hopd that I Ida will ulway* lath. uk', mill, if the whiskey is le pt from tlafn. aa it wn* while they were ir re, there is littl" • lon lit that it will be an. Your * i. potlully, W. it. At a uii ''l in hi i oil fil'd II .-I nt Maiittiinali, in the county ol Me* k< r. M. 'I . on the 1 .tth day I.r |ti ceinlH r, l f. 7, 111 Chipp wa frit** of lieecli l«ke Indian*, by their umbiuwa dor*. Ni: I-\ iji xw aud Nai sn i.i*u, met the Sioux tribe* ol Yellow Medicine hv tl.eir chief* .o,d Warn r*. in cotncil, and male n treaty of ja me i intnalyin:; (lie l illowinif article* ; 'lie I.eei II I at.*' Chief, N" |>» It, |,l|.<( *.f pc e*' to II ' he I. It" vmi.; in., in', who Have tl " pipaluNa patjuam. ,V,tl «»- till'll ilßlet'd by lie* I* c, Il l.aki* ' l.lcl. ili.il il any of Ui» warrims 1 e t any of the einu.i warrior*, the head waiilorot tin* lac, I. bake tllbe aholllil be ilcllvclc.l up to to* Jiuiu, with the coni altar le . I to the p.p .and thereupon a Mu aareemetit wa * made by the ,-ooUX I lie f, W lilt tb« la >■■ II I .ilka t he f. Thm treaty was sigh'd by the luUowing chief': >l.O, Malt'll *l,l, lit.',l lion, i O per In 1 1, (lll(f''inly,) Ma /a in* n,i lie vui nia na. I \ . I , ,• ' x : I*l lilnw 1 hilt out* MTttV.) llVww I. f. Jewett, s), ■! ot M* ' ouuiy. W. I ■ lon,n, I' tn l Mb" a* )*.•* *') olM* . kef comity, l»el '> la»t,» la in* lie I HOMO, llltt l|*l» h r. I'll iguiti;' lie* ti x.tv, lie* Slt'll\ I'lu. i M x 111 XI, made ti e full, will -pe, 11. ad dressing ilmi t 'lnpl < w a * *• l |n'jn y«»ii if*luelnh*'» * hat) oil *ilU imp U't ViinUl I h'»V‘* '"••luilt! t** tli® I'liuuur* tumlr -IWt'tMl 1 ’ *»t no w»m »l »RV*r I ,Ul au\ m.n ••- lht|***viU: vt-iift it. I liAVt* II"’ it if V I ' *»»*'• ill.i' Nut ih w• 'n«ii i t* si ! ♦*’ -!•“'• U ’’ t h*’ii lit >• m invu «!»*t it lltt* »• A' ill thit.h your nifu tin) It i», tlmt «H v-ur l.ai. I «1M m.t ,‘umu i*i in-'»*l iuv >». !: i-m! vtu t* »•! tlii 11 u h«» m» uuvr IttMt* I«••* d I th.»t, u«• li.tto t - ti> iml h 1 M*ur iwtti. • » though til >»>nr h«u*l ii***i ruitto. i i ...i * plu*l: I hope voiir father till* s ox Sap. i cad cut) wUI n«e nil hi* power to pn *aad.* the So nx to kep this treaty,ao that tie O hall lie p. I pet.ml 1 e .AUdtroed Will between the tw" tribe*. 11 anuoi mak, a •pce.'h lor tear l ay uifT max not tth**. ne t can ouly refer to land* b> X* p t a ;.*h I m*t W it* r. the Sum \ flint, let' Ilex tin n 'i* l* h illow * : mil. ,* ever I wna born, Inexci .book ' and* , , , - * ■ ' » an id. Ilia* I hipp'-'Wa* ni.ke p.utx. w mi „■ si,nix, m l than abep aud forget II to ,lax w tn . i,a n.i treaty, and it la tb* u,-* time that li. ,1 Ir, n w ,* prewut at the niak.ex tlf • Uaaty With ll„ t .., p«wa*. I hope it w.l In* guod lot IbxUi. 11. Il will be tiooxl txxl u«, no that , .i yn yii■u ■an hunt IU pea, e, XX lb, ,1 leax lor Hull laani.,*iu tbx ir gbacnee. When I tail aa!e*p I si,a I e. l forget it. " I,at x*x. rmy lather (t o- '( I. oil lx. • nn-'•> do, I will do it, and I h Xauw ,1 ,lo the .aiue that x our lather (the ( hipp >asupei.iit»-xe!eiil) led* y *oi You •* x ttu* pap, r. the white luau aioia oar w,-r,l* down. It x-n forget xx: at we haxe*wid. lean a»k our ;r>at tailor for tin* paper t.x )mt you in reiue'.btance of at tlie w. ij* | have a) >ken. We t. en t>. . at 'ather to h'wr wlial • good, "e don t w'-li to l-ar what o> bad. U hat I have -ai t my ehi.-l » *t 1,0 X. ry glad lo Soar, when lie hcai* n II . "... X*• to the t la.ppewaa. Tlxia I* all I haxr to *a.x. Alter » ajatah trout Mr. lit .n c* (truuixiatxd lu thx t'xuiu, il by liia* InU rpr, t« r ) ooujfna’.utatiiio the tribcw in the o>vu Stoll, the C'me: d I.r, txi' up t »rt till' d. |xtr turu lit ti.e l app xxa , t , .*»,eUX VOUUg women all aliawi i; , u a rwnU ■mi crxeti'l them with uni 1, Xl.' KiaalU, I V link i g l.ai.d- wed oli • - xi x"t*crwlltlttt'on. !>•!* > In )>»•• Sr f u 1>• e. ho. IsfiT An arts!' lio. i.r ap|s ar«d io ti. Almne a lew da;.» -mi*', r< llectii.g oon* wl,ut on tin Itemoerutic jaarty, wc think a,tuple ju-tbe demar.*'* a r* j,iy, t|,a* tlie true Mate i,out *,f tl.e nll.ii:’* may le 1 mudo known. It ie tnr; Jk publichire pr*,t »te,l ugainat nu m tion in tic riiakinir ot law*, un*il alter the iidmiaaioo of the State into tin: Union ti lt the ill 11101 rill.* to*'k ii|e 11 tl, Ilia* lvc- tie rimp'rU'ibiJity ol keeping the l/'gieUtivi i,in motion, and by that deeimou tljcy atill ■bid'*. There ie, i.i th* eliKd aio*X' referred to, a lelldiandcd iiiuif ut the Ifcinocratiu party, imlieatinjf that they liaxe ut lout come to their wnaea, und urn at luwt •Irivon “tn nr hinirlfttg? tlw o.rn on/Ac uu*o*ixfifM/i*».*//ify *,/ iltditi ij'i nitinfi in lim truur >./ lltt Slide. ■ l'iefiring tn ilo hirl/iin.f until lifter the State * nihnimein, luemhei < tuinn f taken I',tn'li Int'r,' nlilameet lfai rof alnrnei 1 ,VC, 'llp gi: and (•tlr* r a* * rtion* are thrown into the fticii of tlie Itcnioerutic party, with a -*>rt of d'-tiunt nir, iw if the Ilcmoeru< y are wholly to blame for the wa*!e of time and money. That the !< gielative leely iw a* go*el a* ad jourmei, we will admit ; but we ipieetioii il the Ihunoerata are a* much in fault in till* matter a* the ItcpublicAii*- Hy refenucr to the jouinulii, it can lAcily lw lumertaiueil to win h party i>* 1 uigk ifu niajorify of tin hl.xililks, and w< clialli llge the Al iiior-o/.iin tn count notes, urd arrive nt the truth. Some ol the moet important eonotiew in tie State, and represent'd hy Republican nhiltla-ra, a*T HOW left almoat without reje reseiiUtioii. Winona county, for instance, Inn* bill Ixvo inciiilx n ut tin ii |e<-bi— (ini' ill each branch th'' balance having gone home to attem) to [wrumal or politu al matUm, instead of being ut their p ''bean they fliouhl In-, nod attending t" the bueiw-ws which the |H'.iple •nt tln in laue to transact. Wc may say the same of other rminties. but what we have said is mifficieftt. Will the MinnenUnm do jurtiee toll, Ii hum rat ie portion ol tlie l/'gidalurc.' A I l/Xloi MAT AT Ills I ‘oar. \ iltunlii, l.'iil Mai nx ha* written u let t< i nying that the g' lu ral impression that Arri/oniu (the liad.'dt n porchnei j in a worthies,* and burrcii country, i* eiiliitly erroncona. Tin mover al tmtimonv ol travellers, nlliecr* ol the army and Ih'' boundary commissii.iiers ixtabli»lies the fact that mere limn ball ol (lie pari hu.se i* tin tilicet grazing country in tli. world; while the rapid m ttlenu lit. with in n short time, of lie' central valley ol Ar i/ouia, mol the abundant crop* ol tin' la t »x on. are in earliest of tla ii fertility and liilur • promi-' Of i'* minera! wealth, he ••ot.TlainM an t xalted id a. and belii ir* licit the di'velopinent ol it* silver mines will rllcet ,;r>’at a eliutige in the cmiue rc of tin world a- 'le g"!d of i 'aiif irniu. I lie I llltllll.il l«. I; !• sod till.t tin tioviriillietil, AOIIM wb.lt aniioyid at tie i xpn - • x,>iw*ot public opinion i I to the cocapi ,■! M , ,1, i. • i i;.,) (o make a lii xx ilfort.alid hil* t 1.." i, .re -suit In- -It instrui tioos to the Uol- In i,., ii New Orleao* and Mohih . nod t-> tin* Ib-iri'l Vltortu v. f fAtuisianit umi A! , mi.t, t,> prevent the.it pollin' reinforee on ills It H tiiidx i et'Mid. 100. that tli" -I,uii). v I itshitm will Is' '.i/'xl a* is ii in ns •is r lari s. and that ('apt. I’IIArAWH, ol lilt S.trxtl, :a. xx ii" |H'rmitt"l lis.' -leaner lorn i.r lli 1 x:t l l>,xi ni Sat dual xxd! In' recalltd I hise movcmeitl* iialivnie -,.mc xl.gric ol en. i v. and xx,- trust that liny will evrcLn xlUx* itill.U tlf . I . V llxlx llwlllllM.l t ..pit 111. I'lit* total amount "i capital whnh tin Kngltsh ranroiuU iiave iai.-ai lit •Inttiw or h>ai * i* l loT or iiiori* than om thotiwind tix • ■ Ii iiidpd million- ol dollar* and more than "O'third of tin' auue.iii ol tie national debt. Tit" t :a! length of bn. ..[en for tralVK* is '7lO mile- -2tlt of .-it. 1 tie ti .I.;, :• ogih of I'm • in courw of conitrurtiiHi i- - t xlown n( in-0 millthe return* luting I»aii lii.ule at tlx*' , lose of last y.ar. knoth : t ’ i . ' iI S ! I Iwards t’apt. .1 II I'.nttix tp>m Hum ,'ittv HlaT. on the l pp**r 1* *1 Itivcr amt tiouud to New Oricaii*. ml a t'nrgo ol ('•; loti cattle and liors* - * and eighty p*x-s*'ii gx is caught tin* about tint* miles isj.iw ,\1 exandria. Ihe luwt amt cargo were.txlnvly dtsiroyi't and "ter twenty f k t wtv- i.x.t th* ir lix.s in th- -a*i calamity. I’otvk . x: ie ol 11 xmvii \\ CH»rv. wx «h,pj»-l oil t aid the Milord, f apt. Mil 'Of, at l.fghoni.over tli',v motltsago,e,xn*igtw*i to Ikntou. A* the icmcl luv- not arnwi. and ha- let Ist; bcarxl trxuu, fears are el* tcrtaincti tlial sin law ~it , at. I i.e statue i* : i-urx*l aud l!.. nt-*;- . »*.u. in the art.-t t st jxlio ill !•; WKKKM IMO.NE K K AM) DEMOCRAT 'l'll* '•law i in'lt It i* not ior.g -iti's.' the French liovem ui< :it nancti ricd tl»e immigration of Afri' an* from their country into the i-iaods ot lie union, Maitinirjue, Ac., for a terra of years pri'eiiM'iy in the same manner that I,'ooke from Hrittsh India are evjiortid largely into Mauritius and otlier Uritiali colotii s, but with the im|Mirtaiit diflerenco that r*eiie to have t«en entirely overlooked or puffsiacly ornitti-l by .Southern journal* that have railed tla: U'silie trade slavery undi r anoth* r name, namely, that Africans may be kid nup[s*l in their own eoniitry and taken away into virtual rluviry. whilst the Indian Uoolie leuvs his shores under the protection of the* I.ut India f'ouipany, who, however they may put the screw on their subjects, will allow no one else to do on. Theaiioli tionisLs in Kngland have taken the alarm at tlie Fn-neli ex js . iment, and it deputation had waited on l<oril (u.AMK.xinox and pies.,nted him with a memorial Irom the Ifritidt and Foreign Anti-.-lavry Society against tin im migration ’lave trade now lyingcnrriidon by the French from the west coast of A frica. nisi praying lor government interfen ne*: to stop lb'' traJßc. laird < i.aiikmioV state*! that government was in pos-msion of tlr fulles' information on the subject of this " new ,-y --tern "of obtaining labor—one lie did not Insulate to designate a' the slave trade un mitigated and undisguised. Ilic whole 11 mat ion. however, had lg*n *m*h itted t" tlie eoiwiucration of tL< French tiovern ment, which he ls lkvi*l had not fons*eti that the rismlt of attempts lo obtain immi grant* from Africa, would be the revival of the slave trade; uml Is felt sure nothing was further from tie- wishes or the tli'.ngiit ot th'' b.mperor ol the French than to re o|s ti this evernted traffie in opposition to the Jsiliiy of the leading civiliz'd power*, mill to the well known national s. utinsut <■' this country Ti. • evils could scarcely i» exrtggi rated tlmt must arise from tie < h*-* 1 ing of the legitimate commerce which, in many pails ol tlie African coast, had total supers*tied tin- trade ill slates, and in other was rapidly • xtingui King it. This v.a- u point w hti'h I .ore iiitim.it l ly on tiie cornua. rial interests ol this country, and to tlie im portant" "I which tlie government was hilly alive The deputation would be <ru "uni.- 1 to lieu, that tin- attempts of the I rencii agent to obtain immigrants had lon »" ttlisu. ee-sful, 1 hat be (l/>rd t'l.uicM, - thought In' might ven'iir* to my. even <" this an'irtnil, the'js'cnlatioii would !>• aha , linked, at least lor tin; present, und nottl Tt should In' spans) by the goternm, ut t > pre vent the renewal of a tiutVir. between which und tie slate trad' tlivr* wu- lei up| i miih: difference, lie a -uroJ th th |>u'.at."ii Ins cordial sympathy with tie objects ol tic Anti Hlnxery Sim icly. und In-ismenrr*m i in tie -entiments set forth in the memorial lltt -la. ’I ie* '.rand ,'hcine "f It"--mi tn voter t cunti’x xx it'u inagnife'ent military railroads ms I' r lie' s|» vioi,- pretence of <>|s mug out t;. xixnim'Tc ‘ of the N’oith. has * ntirclv litiiei through and the grand and d.i/zlmg sjs i' lutioii i ; ru.'.ng 'Jon million* of doilats lor that pur|S*te has litil' d to Ii un eilhel lit tie |trit;.*h or t’ont.mntnl market'. Ru-*; i l.owx V'T. d s not d'*-p.t of rai-mg the lie ie y within her own limi' .and tor tha* purpose re-otts l>. a plat) W'irtiiv ■! tie* lllos* •|esp ainti in th wo I i i R.- sum gnvi: -hi;, nt hits rcdueisl tl., hitherto aliowidtati of iiit,ii«ti,f ti li.ttiks. of t it. to 3 xx; i • ,j- ' cent, to the runway*. I' <- r: tixtiy it- T tail. *1 that R'ts*i i had •’ v t.nh d■; la jtig aiotey, ! t!.. |>ur|u> laying down their railway* in Itgn ■ ■ intre, uu4 t, I«t>'-t I iropcan journals J that she i alitn -; di stit.ite of iO"ti"x i'.,r »t.x gr- at ul und," taking ' : -* watlik- na’ o' le r If 4 it* !«*•% lat t ll* tl Tie' a-' - . tn’- ot t. • i; nVvf ihttw ta-r to hare made souk furti.er progress t" waids tin- wat' r s i.ig. ~i it t» probab. that etc th.* tii*' te w- ot ie i succtwsl ; a be* received New Twk \ ■ I . . jh 1 breaking .lowu of a -. it.', .i.n, ou whien wore and -e,erai p r- in* a-.-utt' .si t*> it*'" tie - launching a t.'ttnU-r ol |» rs-ais «■' in: .c-i tut no lives lost It will astonish net a:.n of 0.. ti* ;td* rs perhaj** to hatu that tla' t Mxonsx- ait ndaat on tlf luK o-a' alonc.i t the uttMMter x.-s have amoi»t*sl to ?*l.Vi.iMmi. X|ixitfl«r> It* !•**■ Is *»»» tit* I *mlltx« i*l- With tie x,vpteui ol 1 ranee th*' »hoi, t xnt :nent of Kurojs' i* at pnswnt ntwh**' .: , ,xt d, ills -s '.. u'.el l;'xw . ft 'erx if - xr.pt. ,n ar> at tlnir txil» , tei Matunt how ex ,r. -xvwd t.'Uaxx arntixi a'. Utai po*u' xxhei. it is generally -upjvxa-.. they taa-' imud tkrr 0 I I v- a: : I • a*- n to e: f r,v -trietljr th- i m prohibiting tlr eust.’inof bringing lept *s into that part of the l ’ap'to] under * * *;*<' : .t* ciutfgv T. * /s'r. t'x txf owed ■ut - i tpviis* xv r,. xery n i,i. nocxlisi ~ S ewtmot hut b pr 11 'i■ e > g xod iflk:. *»•/%. SlAlllOli't Our aim on the Kansas qmwtion haa not be*.n to prejudice the rn:n*J* of our readers, fin the Ii .u k Republican »tyl' .) by the pub lication of garbled extracts from sjieci.es, unreliable rumors, and highly sp.cd in.** pap'T corrwpondcnce: but to present for theii cooaiil' ratiou, ofhcial docuns!;t- aisl reiiabf, and full r'jiorl* of (.'.•ugnw.ioiul , apeeche* ami ti' luttiw. VVe throw upon tfieui the resfxim-ibility of forming un opin ion. from reliable* data. We have already published the l’res dctit's muoxage, I>oto lots' Mpt*och, Waikkk's letter and ti.n'fu! f 'ass' reply and impartial abstracts of the debates in the Senate belw.-'ii Riot.km, 1 IfOMIOAS. (iKHK.V, Sr: .ART. RitOOKKI' K, UU'l otlsrs ; aisl this morning, in addition, we make room for acting tJovcrnor Stanton's ines-age to tlie Ig-gislativc zt- *ctlih.y of Kan-a* on it- me, ting in extra a'wsiou. it will be found to Is- an interesting document, throwing mricli light und information on the vexed question. Tlx* Its It -ti li.xii't Wm >, I l!o Moruifxtiit on VkiiioUnm * l«la 1 <l. The I/m.l'm Mrrinnf Pnf, iri noticing the rumor that th" Mormon- intended to ••uiigrixte from L'tai, to the Rtiii-h Uiaud of Vancouver, at the mouth ol th - Co umbia i River, says ; Thcjsi.-v-iiile location of the Mormon-an J' where within the Rritish doiuiniot. xvoul'l. no doubt, b - a great ciuiac of anuoyaua to tlr Uoloniul ttfliee, aisl seriously imp.de the steps which are übout to be taken Ui estab lish u Rritish coinin' und a great Rritish t aval port on tlie sfiores of thu I’acilic : The squatter sov reigntyof Rrigham Young and his follow, r- would have to lie disputed of bet ore Kngli-limcn would risort in num ber. to a country which, rich in such natural products a* timb-r. and in coal, gold, ami other minerals,offer* cniiornt advantagea for industriou- . titerprise. und f t the extension of Rritish trad" and 101111111 rec tliroughout rogiom which tli" Hudson'- Ray Company has la ret oli ire Isen p-rmitted to kex p a- a huge bunting ground. Tin* Unital Stute* liovernment would no doubt b< r. joieed to till*l I tail a solitude und its inhabitants re moved across the border; but. should .-mil a contingency m»nr, the difficultv of dtalisg with thus arch heresy would devolve upon Kngland, und . ju-c a complication which no Colon,al Minist-T would willingly de-ire to encounter. Therefore, with regard to Rrit i-h ilitefi■ :*. i' i- to In hop'd tlmt tie Cab in't ut \\ u-hingt"ii, at tii" proper tim.* ami with rufiit itiit tlfaii.s. will t-til'»rec it-ant,,in ■ ity ;;i th;* rebi'lliou- .State U loie its inlaihi tttllt.s ha'." an opportunity oi deputing to th: is iglib irhisj I ol Yalieouve;' - I-htiiU, or 1 x - n t'' me. piri oa oi Ruaauui Amcrica. Rkioiian and Ins tlocJx don t sceni to I" wanted any wher' on this e--ntiti nt. They could fin t n or'* t;g,'nia! lioti - ;.. A via. the gr at h'.'.itl-'i’t.n t"rs of polygamy. r, ... NY, git u . ..in| ari-oii 1 ! pre * s ol the leading Si'i nrit -ol tin- Sto k Kxcliange.— Th riac. it tviii tic ob-erecd. tn the spate o! sixty days. 1,..* I hoi. rapid. Ihe lowest piint toueii'd xx a* -n 'u*- Rithut l•*■•**i ,* r, but tin ia'\t dav alter, up, ll the su-p 1 -em ot tin Ih nk» t > 1 ram -v,..- ", ih lUn lad had b"'l. . tl ' 11. 1» I Team—s- C* a. . . ... s, ■ Vir« ■ . ■ New V ork '-7j *> Ire 1 X • • • -i 1 : \ ■ ■ 1 ' f.l'ie l:.l A I < ,I*lll ". I. Ti 1 ' ti Illinois Centra I New. • ■ 0 tin New N <>ru Central Itai .xad . .'.l 7i( I -linlu* Halil, ad 1..1 :i| r.iv 1:*;!...,; -i; XI - .''l Delaware : , tt |tl| 1 . md K. I. i ii JS 1.. I 1 ,>»»•* nml Milxxauixer lii 1011.. Centra! Han; ad T. •;* r Rail ot I . S 3 J. • . . ■ . New 1 k Htat C - tq, to th" I .tii a t n:n tin to <*.. ■'. -I. a.- S'j ~o.t ”-7 to oi.rro>pind it.g di! year. I 1 er. - " '"»i a , ,■1 j a, d xx :•>, la-t yea*, and of £!7* :; 7- ix- i-impm-l with IM7. Ti. I .1 f." of N xi York -•• •a *.l tixlg,' iHi x- x. xx ■ tie Kan-a a.: ami thitii* - lit-* prewriu: 0.1 of th' Rom oer.i'n-patty ii pusls npvtx the Hone-t ful t.,t,i •: 1 : R- n. ixra* pii-igi in r- garxl p.p./r-ix .ut;,. NY-tix.nk *01" 1 I : e.. ' S x'..i It- NtTrs, (■’ S." A: t. n .i Texu* iti- r> *vntiy given W:th *• .. r ninety icii eh -xl is lat .. • y.at- Si'll. Nx R. Rrxrx l' S. Commute,on, r artinxl II -K" -gab' .nt th*- t«t of S,p'rmb*r. an ! ini’i r.s! ixft.r np-m t:w di’M-s of hi ofltiV. 1 ;. • R - 1t xi . M tch g 13, !a* ctKrO an ex*ra sew»i.<n »f th* I -'.i**:*- ef the '• lH •f " ; • • • • ii.r h i-.n -- NN vtth* . .tn of the bn* (ie- :* xxe are Ntoo r" ns ' ■pr • elnt”. xtix'tx ,nurati •no mtincxti it.f't TV I-g *'atur -t" cottv. -or. tl.e 2""t < Januwrv rru "v- —ln Ihr Kngb'! li >o* x-f Comm si* tin y xv C-"t b nr a mix" -pwk nt i-ngth wh>< i« ii W M*x n>* U fbrrhv *• *< have sona'th; •. t.* «av Th‘T oh.vr bin; dowr <- ngh bmx ,1 iwrt laugh him d *wr clap b m .town stamp him down . rgoi' .w-i l| . .n«e!v.*x t I'is*x»-r |/-(•.; ipx*- 1 .,s xs* m nt- 1 tax « Sd r-mn-h* * is* PWlvk O' la’• ‘■ "x* x-,...x- K-*-i;a, xt NN n- 1 "t'.-r fit X*. In'll.tu Altnii* Wt are sure that the following letter, written hy a marriul lady firm .Simla, will Lave an interest for ah « ho respond to those tout-bat ol nature which “ rnak the whole world akin:'' <JHL Tl ii. CUr K£. hUILA. St-pt. 14. “MvOws Pka< i<>< v Mamma: 1 ready hope ah I | ‘Tty Dial before i clone th.* 'n iter 1 ui tty in able to tell yon that Delhi ha* fa!! n. It la im possible tu describe the intense anxiety «r liaie been in during the nut week, and at ill are in. Hod in hU mercy grant that my preciuu* husband mi) be spared ! Mia. Sibley a oil 1 are fellow aulVeri i.. a* it were; both our dear one* are at Delhi. You should see, or rather it would pain you to «ee, nor anxious faces when the dak come* in and we aru waiting for our let ter*. Thie last week we have been more than usually anxioua. a* it i* the week that the airge i tram from Ken zepore arrived at I»eihi, and the regular bomharilnient commenced. It hr gau on the 'til. und all seems going on well, thaiike be to Hod. Two great baaliona, the Moree and Cashmere, would not know eath other, Heorge aaya; they are in ruina. I ex pect tieorge went to bring the siege train In. lie wrote from Kliei, twenty Inileu from Delhi, to me, ami *anl, “Here am 1, following that Ideased *ieg.- ira.n. which la seven mile* long. ' The UAiault, I think, will have taken plac-i yea terday (Sunday.) We ahall m t bear. 1 fear, till to-morrow; perhaps we may get the tele graphic meaaage to-day. and Hod grant it may lie that lie l.aa bleaaed the efforts oI our brare hearted aotdlera heforu ilelhi and given us vic tory. “teaterday morning, coming out of church, we were told by several (e-uplo “Delhi i-taken’ Delhi is taken 1 ’ T on. darling one, will imagine our feeling* on healing this happy new*. We went down to the reading room*, mi l Mr. I p pertoa. of the 4»:th. kindly. ItnoWir.g onr in teii>e anxiety, went in to ascertain whether (I "a* ttue. Me came out, and aaid. “Yea, it I* quite true; Delhi w ottr*: me killed and wound- Cd on Our ante amnuuU o to 100. and of the «nemy d.'iool ('apt. Campbell tol lme that he heard it frout a limn who had acen the tele graph 1 ,- mi '.-age (runt llarue- to lend William Hay, who ia the Deputv Comml-aiouer here. A Col. iliair, who i» here, said before Mr*. SiM< y. “I heard the -mute.-, and -aw the blur light*." The bine li.-ht* were to be the signal id Dei'ii * fall. Well, 1 weut home, anil fim mediately *at down, and wrote to Cord Win. Hu, inva. If. a-knig linn if tin-re were any truth ill the report, and thia the au.wer I got back “• Dr tit Mk*. ll.—The report i* wholly 1a,*... The pel Aim who originated it ought to be ptlln lu-d. I only wish I had him licie.—Ytuna *ni ct-rely. \V*i. llav.' ’■ Short, and to the point • lint we were very indignant. »* lie al*o **• mod to lie. at any hod", spreading am h a fal*e report. We have quite enough to bear will,out f.il-e- report*. “ Vow. if bear Delhi ha* fallen we *1111! hard ly believe It. tlh. how very thankful shall w e tie when this weight ha* been mercifully take r from ii*' Ever vin e May the life of terror w<- have lived in in lia w ould bo hard to describe : oner knowing ill tlm plain* the mghi we inighl have to fly b.r our live*. Sometime*, at I,chore, when the dovea began ton con. when the guard »< changed, it Hounded iu-t like the dlatan: hum of an advancing multitude. Unary nigh' almost, when I went to lied. I it.-e-d to *ce timt *otne of the i hildicn's thing*. which they wool I require in ru*e ol flight, were thrown .ill rea,!\ to ne-natehed up man iitatant: and we hui iivadeven in dread of our own servant*, not tli.vt we have had any cause In do *o, tor both Mr* Sibley * and i iv servant* have ln-naved very well, bnt still we have felt thorooghiv n m their power; thrir tret ha'« been on "on: in ik* completely. I'aiiey mu k' mutg.ir. o. tabic a* I v aiit, in i -t> bin., a iiltle gu i, ol oin *■• iiiuaiibig .! t > tie iopc.i’e 1 to m. ram ~ tl.al Imi mstnma would soon be old ge I to e ~ and grind C*rn for the King of Dellii'a Imr* ■*. During tl. M diiirtuiii. ra ■ M'ls'tiliuau * great festival we were in great diead ol a dial in barn.«, but 11 lim relfuilv heard and answered our pra, cr* for peace rind f ir safety. for nil j a-n-d off n* qtvtb* a* p .-slide. We w-te tmlv tllVTlklul w hen It wa- all over. Every precaution had been Vak- II Hi ease ot a U,atnrbailee: pii-otmt* were-tationi d ail -nut. Tuhwulm-- all tin linrrnta that have been pcip> trat< .1 in 1!n ].r per*. w,t never are them novv. and ] I .ins it - ,i* well vve do not. b'anev a poor aergeart major * fat - l it it g rutin I x «. at i'awn p. e I think. I i»" ndT! in* t:r*t k. led the tatlu-r a. d luotiiei, l 1 . 1 1 ill»- til 111 l.p into b t«. urn fan ill ; thrir l!r»h down th- lr poor children * tl.roat*. ar.d Tti**n limr.f thrill. Dorr l,ad\ Hay.*' I feel *n sum ',r h*r gnat ln»*. He \ u p i-ty iI" tiirer or lout p itlenn-n. and w.'tl a:* g.mriit of nude Irrj ilara. went . 1 I .i' i ._ •* n '■eluted qirte qni*tly until tiny wof ml - iw.n limit c »lit 1 - i iient* They men inin.-di a:e. v ah"* th-ir common bn;: officer. I’afd -i Haiii t. I bev rut el the ,e *d ol pool til. fail I the act ol ■ . i - ... ( . i Hit ! chATActar, taken lot" til* nearest station. Seeb.m t vl WA*held vor I ; .i M bewMkm . offi • r. * Mr. shepherd.*** ip.j.g oi p.„ C.i'it Ha;, i-' ch*ig-i .»he h ha.i got. i-e .nd r 1 1 .aa v. lTn* s’-! !*-, wdth !»■ - 1d,.-, i... Tlti* i*«n acemiut o! th - tragedv an ,-v. .• i* true. • i. : ■ lb. I ' 1* men , ran: - > n del a l . .. 11. e ; a;* .. Ih i r.k t» ~.i .tgi - t. 1 lit ! .i: . . great »e my . . I •>-*- to wi t lane to .I v • • • • I !, I* v i: A* :AM Till. I Al-Tl HR. • SiHLA, Sept. 2*. • Mv n. - Mvvtvrs: I am write w i • the t i !,.. 1‘ ,r this letter „ n, >er re*. an I I »m »frn I my la-t t * ieti i* oi* 1 on r* i :ii»vl v.n eiilu-r. Th . ~t ■ a..., . .il.evi rgol )onr letter ... I it it that one of vi.-- ! < *r- should be mi*»ing : but it .w - iiv letter* not getting to rmi. f<> \ . r -i lie loan It •: ■ ' i-t :■ t« r , • :i. j ’ .a* onr troop* h-dmAde tlie e**ai ,t a . .. : » . to i'r.hi. «.:h (.. J , b,. ’. t if'e- the mail had l• en gone « me p « ’t *. onr troopA !i*d ’ ***. '*,. si of tn*t m.-e l , •• pUre. The rebels !.a ! evaeuvtrd tb . . t, the pa'■»>'». anil - >r tr ; ' n '..-.sioii ..f it without further I -o-i-:,»• J.- J to*- o’ lie In tlie a**.,nil W»* l-A! !ul, t. t am eg men and h • r*. M» brave husband »a* UI tb« thickest. 1 be. ,tit. liat .:.g r-pi* • i M, .a Tomb*. «U -e batleiv. or .ather th p men bad been fearfully; cut nr (out o r "i n>e ihe 1 .»ei mi.) t.earge he I t-» relieve h . and wi’h <;**T* m» nurul protect:on. es. ipe.t * rhoutevan a '*»* h. pr» »• 1 I to i lor .< h<* lurrvic* to its. *: if- a' .. L> i. ! ai. l .v.swered mv p «v. *e -n, t pfr . . ).a. »nj‘* .ar. ft M*v t....l t.mieV* mereies to n«, and spare him, mat we a:*y t- . '.her devote I ve- t i ll.* ** r.. I al, won l"t wb»t It** heroine of <;*rrja in-, the ««*«■, ! his b itterv has V- ne * rfi a force, j rve eeding t Adyglm ' » •a i »h*a a.a.n ««r* hlu •»'• fie "a ws to '. w .t.-Ttr coai s. We know tti.it i’ .S II S • 1 «ao diehcorten'ag to w*-. ; »!-*..*• f..* l . • fhit ve.i darlT’i? w:d nit ret tin* letter. Th* f**l i* that *b w *i M Hu luoiwn true ret iaaent. : w irrwga arw. !iavv a rr*dv n 1 * J*■. e >*e th* • *th and • I hat,- ■ i tV-r- ’ Tfiev »'*> expect the !j»h •• tr. ti* wvt: -e The poor (-ear. e»• t| .wdia . t; .. . * Miirvniiaw rr- r.ave 1 -,i roi, il a *n»t WAU.V pm- V* t W .. p • • t : ' , aUv -■ p* ; a‘ n«»: , : ' rv. ..... h, '* V ' ’ \ * sce.-W-V - V,I e i *r - !e. Jhv »■ « i*e *•* u- Is. ti. ' ourt yard ot the palace. The Huglish tiag floats over the palat e. Deport sat * that when the King was brought bark, he said. " I am no longer a King or a Mussulman, 1 will cow eat pork.' The King a two son* am! h;» grand sun, th* heir apparent to the throne, wen raoglit and killed, and their bodies exposed to the pal,lie gaze in the thowrulee t'hoak. a dreadful lisgiace to the Imperial city. Fancy, on the smoke clearing aw ay at the u*sault. the first thing that met the horrilted gaze of our biuve tr, op* was a European cru illeJ. and a woman fa European) * tripped naked, sore front hea l to foot, chained to a haatiou, a raving mab.at. Two Kuropeau wotuvu nereaUo lunuJ rrucilied. A round shut ended the miser ies of the poor maniac. “1 had such a dear letter from tieorge this evening: he seem* to think that after they have been to Aiiyghur, they will go on to Agra, and very likely nave to settle at Rochiicund. Thank Hod. he I* well, wulch he never wa* m that chat nel hou.se (as he call* it; Delhi. “Oh. mamma, darling, you cannot imagiue the nrixiety that I went through last week. I knew uot "the hour or tuoment that 1 should hear that I was u widow, liod be thanked for having *treugthen*d me to beat wttat, without Hi- help, I most have sunk under. "How t* my precious papa an l your dear self' I fell very much knoeked up with all Hus learful anxiety and suspense. I wish only the (Jovimmeat had to bear it. It is impossi ble to describe the state of awful fear of our live* that we have been living in for the lust four mouths. I luu-t close thi , dearest darling mamma. <1 ve my loudest love to dearest papa, your own loved self, Uodolph,uud dearest Mary, who, I trust, dear papa, is U tter. "I have not got my last English letter from y ou, and fear I sliaii uot get one for Home time to com... However, I heard to night that guns and Europeans had been -cut to Mooltan to quell the disturbances. Mod Mess and keep you all in His tear and love, ami grant u* all Hi* Holy .''pilit. and ever believe me dealest pet. “Your own loved child. "The children quite well, thank Hod. I am a* well as the intense anxiety of last Week will let me be; not mm h strength to boast of. Dar ling little Edward 1* s.o-li a splendid fellow; I wish you . oiibl see him. arid toy eld l *t boy also." 4 lit ttiti .iMiiiitvl Kv ills lire— its \ Him, Among the many eng!* ol circumstantial cvnlcticc turning out worthier!*, atul the les sons in caution we derive therefrom, the fol lowing is one of the ma*t remarkable, hap pening n it ilossi in our own time, and tit our own ihsirs : A'lfO. MUMi J*» \ Kl.orMhST’*. Nku*Havkn. !»t*c. In In’)7 It wtil be remembered that last winter, a boy named Charles K. Sage, about 1:» years of age, was missing liom lu- home in Cromwell, near Middleton, ill this state, und that an liishman named I’a trick Nugent was arrested on a charge of murdering the lad, and putting hi* body under the tee in the Connecticut Diver, lu a few month* afterward* a body was found in th- river without a head. I l.i* body was bt-iieved to ho that of the mis sing boy. from several marks upon it. a* well us irnm a portion ol the clothing, soon alter ward the lining of an overcoat was found an* -wer.iig to tfio description ot that worn by tie* missing person. Some ni.nthselapse !. when a ailor named 11. n*on came to t i oin well and .1 i rectlv charged No.-.-ut with the murder. He said he saw th* deed done, and ass.ated Nugent in putting the body under a haymow. He dcM-iibcd accurately tin- lad s appearance, bis dress, the colon.l bis hair.,'* ~ a . l declared that be bad not bail any peace of mind since the murder, and that ii" had eonie to Cromwell expressly to divulge all he knew about it. H»- e Uhl routed N .gent ami charged file deed upon Inin, ihe accused d un d ;l, but trembled trom head to loot. A Hran,l Jury liiiit: I a true bill against Nu ge-t. whose time of tier was lived lortlie prr* ■ lit mouth. Thus ins'ter* luvo rested until within a lew weeks, when tin* cousin ol tic missing boy. living in Itluira. X. Y.. received an nnimymoiia letter from I e interior ol I'eun sylvam.r. which he showed to h * lather, a Mr VViPonn* The letter was answer* I. when another let t, r was reccitid :rom 1 vnusvlvaiiia. signed V, illium Du* ",i, w hie i Mr. ft ill ants h inscil an swered. Heat the same tune add.,-a d tin- I'ostmaster, requesting him to w itch for the per- ri who -all. I fe the leit< r and describe tiiui. The I'oatinas'er d d so. when Mr. Wil li.iin* imnie.liatelv let! Ith*, a lor I'ennaylvanci und found Du -sell. win m he disrate I to be k<> nq,.Wir. ( o, ‘ .V f. fir uif 'i! milssag /«! / ' \ special r hoirt i» held at Haddam. to rlay. S nil be riled. I' root kt voivcdmtheib | mystery b -v,.nd what Im* torn relat-'d No on- can assign any rrason I>r ttie p -urv ot th • *nd! r who swore th.tl Ii" vw th* in nr ' remin livid, ami there is no in loriiia' -I lo -si to the liboititv of ttie bovlv that was found, and buried as that of tho boy .“■a The annals of crime do not afford a wore extraordinary civs*, than this. Nkw Hwkx, l>ec. I* - r h John V. lb ii-. :i. the sailor who testified that he «.iw the murder of Charle- K. wag" of from w ell, baa been arrested on a charge of perjury , with intent to take life, and l.ss acknowledge i his gudt. The • rune will sand h.m to the Ptat, I’r -on for life. There are no lurlher develop mer.ts w, Mt tl o. Niitliiog, no! even u tVar of her own weak anti ilrngtnvu* jHiaite n c.ni in ilitcr Spain to 1. M out t’ i Imnil ol frientl* ship to Mexico, u:sl every m til bring- more conflicting nci ■ ltd* re.*;* i: ir,g tlm ipt.trn lat prvswnt stainling b tween th***e two nationr IMtc tiling is v rv certain, ami that i*. Mex no Im* t o- -vmpa'hv both o f tircal Hritai and of most of t!.c continental countries in the (lispntc. .Still the .'(aviiish Court r hua-s to ttccivlo to the (hnioinl of .Mexico tliat its envoy *ha'l Is- rexvived, as lietita hi* rank, prior to any matter* *tao<l at prw til. f>reat Salt loike City i* ia d out ott magnificent »c»!e. It i.« four mile* in length by thrt* in brewdth, the strreia running a right angle , and one and thirty two feet w «lc. with Atdtv-walk* twenty feet in width. Kach building lot contain* at. sow ami a rpiarter of land. *tsl a stream of | urv w.»t. r runni: g tl.ruugh *ht c 'y L* mad by a;• ingenioii* plan to thiw ~n each ai-ie ol every strvx t arsl to irrigate cm ry lot. Th*’ Cotigregattona! t'hnr.'h at TVLing ton U‘mg now left without a pastor, it t pr p«-w*] to iuvtt. Mesa--. Itsc tiu, t’ttr* vkr Stours and dhi'rs, t .fwch ftjl the pui pit of the CL wilt uv Sandiy during !!,• \V inter. A dwshir.j wenitn c;j.r:a: of , wb > kept a cuu. h am] col rid i irnr. f..r Cali' rn i r. nt'y . vittg <nt that ah- * ♦•..1 Lir x 1 'ti at*l, *' N ... :■ dar. a* 1 j- t V;*. ♦ on f. r -at a' - .