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Detached wrtloiii of the whole of this affair
faava glvea by as, from lira to tint, u tbe
occurrences took plsca, bats repetl Ion will b
found of BMt urterwrt to thou wbo bav onr
looked or forgotten It origin. Tht whole
trouble la lu pfonel aspect grow out of a con
versation la June but, between Mr. ukopmicb
and My. ,PsALBt, a tinner law-partner of
Judge TaaBT, meeting at the breakfast-table of
tb UtarnatflonalboteL r. Plst publu.be
(W Mow1d aoooaat nf n noeh of (bit conrsr
a(Xon as applied le the Jude. Heuysl
I wu ttttsf el Ihe brkf.et table '4 tb Interna
tional Ucw., di-rctty by tnede i Mr. Col Jun,
! tk.uh.Ma m un the caber Bide of Bee. Tola I.
tWOnLDnii. Jut", formerly nf Wwconrtn, ud
wel knows t Waahuigtou.) Direct y i-pp art
ftaiena l Bxaaseo. I apuka to both potltnly m
I tnek a eeat, end then ooatmeuoed a eouvenwtwn
With Mr. J.sma.
Danimoa UM addressed himself to me M f.d
lowoi "Toor friend Ton baa ben abusing ma at Sao
remanta". laalat "Whet tela It, Mr BanneBioxr
Uerepardi "rb mitrr61 trrrteh, aler be. I
tng M! awl a 14 CnKMin, went onwa there
ad ttd a rSrfc ebualbg ro I here defended him j
J tiaiee when sll other. d.erle1 hlai. I pid id I
wureawtedtbitenee.ieparalo ovf nd bin (luring I
thVigtiwMiOBimreelia,eiHl ISJ W all the
graatun. I .t tree. U inlwrabiewretf h f. tba I
fiiM. i k.M M.f4 mi falm, I bar hitherto
at-nken of blm M an seweef - the only Aeiw.t
nan m lb beech f a u-iiwretiK eurru4 Supreme
Ceurt- bin an I lliid I wm mlaukflti. I take It all
bark.- tlelajuiit M bedutheteh.r."
I than spiAs at titlowa: "Mr. BsoKsairx, wbo ii It
you apeak of aa a vTtr "
1 aeKL, "I will Inform tba Jaj ot tba language
ywu bar and anooernlng him."
annmalbl for it " ...
1 tb wld, ' You would oot dare to n tbla tan
HI nVi JW mnf whh J' "
aa . - 1 .1 abla Anal ahAltrwt a MaJIAajFW )1A
B-IV(AW t-Uaaa, WU tMr-WJ auv .v-iaw ra.,
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J, i"' " .'2.n"jrS-1..ZZ H,"15
ant anu know YOU aouid Dt iara ! do It, and r"U
half bot uaa It to ma enooxrulng blm. I aba.ll biild
you prreoDallx narmalhia for tb buguagt of Intuit
aod mevac you bare uaed."
Mr. A. A. SaUivia, Mr. IIiKinnairk'i friend,
wbo waa preeant at tbU converaatlun, inatea th
following tUtement In repljr to Mr. i'eaLKr,
IlarUig read a rtatament In tlia Ranwnmitn Stan
dard of tba llib lnl., II braauee my duty lu tba d.
lautrd lo make auoh aorrertlotia of tba aanie aa I
deem nareaury to a arr uudrratanding by the
rnil.Hr, of the Itb rr ear or alterretliu M tb loterna
iaaial Uulelon tba Mtb of June uwt.
1 bare no reoollection that tba word "damned"
waa uaad b Mr. HubeK on that 3eann I I aat
directly on bit rlabt, auo. If It bad been lia-l, I njuat
karabaaidlt. lb wbul buiguaT uand by Mr.Bao
mouos waa u an undur tone of r.4 b (ir, nn.
vauci) raacblng with hi body ecnaa . narrow tbl
UlbtainKwau rmn.an. Baorn, who aat on
my right, did not bear what Mr. Baonnuoi aaid on
Mr. Btomuru bad, l.nt ft-w momenta before,
nad la the Sacramento I'nlon, th fullualng offen.
aire remaika of Judg Tun, al th aaaramento
"Woe bate aafukel Jodira Traar) apieaed taaa
A pent bwei en do arisilvie, eieevtlof toe abuilnf
ofeaeaaniuief ibmutr an I ua armni)iaiaeai
f tb alber i aanr eklah baa no etia anea In Sf'en
etairlof Uetaufedataart a ptrty aha vrinelnlaa
neeae eaa Kevall awaai
wa frecmaa, woe lore loalea
ilea. Aaalothart A mlnara
len aalllet uodr falae eolora.
I1 reaieeat ef a fallen aalllet uodr falae aolora.
anaarawuiiaa ia aoiui
trruil I obtain eotee ul aee falia rrtteooaa. lAp
alaoaa.) tbey bare to dl.tlbetloa thee .r
otttueo to i the; ere th filloer of ou
oaa, tba aereonal chaltala f a lnle In Held
auk hen they are aaban,ed ot (Uraat a vlaiua.
Ybev bekvg, baart an4 enl, bod' and braMOb
e, lalHrniCbaorirjurM. (Lauibar and applaiun.)
They are rat uaaa to acenewe-dte their naer,
and are aaulat theai.aaleea. ftjitb, DoLOLaa Uemo.
crala, laRUaae,l vbea k ta ebon-wll ftnoaa t
tbematteaa-lhatUieiallani rnatur frooi I llaoU.
wboaa eatr Baa alwai a ba krd u tba aaaoaeer of
IOBMeratla erlnelplea, wb bow It not dlauultad from
tba Demarrakie aaty, baa bo affllltion wIJi tiam.
aa leaiing in eonimna wim tnam. rafnipa, mt rraai.
omiI im mitirBiee, 1 a munakan ta dnQrln
itlrBiee, Iaajmbnakan ta dnaruif their
af tb Black Pol aui, (treat ebaeia, wboaa nam
vrr Mia naa l a laimibaa, nui it ia toe I
U raEvaaeoa. aat ai nn, Oeetemao, aa ar aa rour
BomUiatiraiB are eaiijaal. It la ai rfnla. aail Ui.t ..e
all Dannerata, te aeqniaaia la t dcwlaaaflae ma.
iorttw IkaTaaaplraUoDemmlf, Inil tba Coeraaitoa
Baeaalecedibe nuw who. In their oplnlnn, war
Mat HI to ba eomuatad for tba variant otneae la tbetr
1ft, iA 1 aotralaaot la their AeeudoB, .
WbenPmjiraUnjd from tha taW, I eipreaaed
ny regret at what had ooeurm), to which Mr. lleou
Bioa rapttod that ba waa prorokeo luto It by th at
tack c4 Judge Taaar upon bim.
I hare bean lnduord lo make tbla ttatement only
by lb fact that Judg Tnar'a friend hart goo
behind tba reoord.abwh la ahoirn by tba correspond,
ooa to bar oontalnrd all tba Jauguage Judg Tatar
bad taken onVnoe at.
Btatenieota baring been fubaqaently made that
Mr. Peocnirt bad uwd rlolent Uaguaga la tba
prearriceoflala,aiid I belnga more Intimate per- I
oooal friend of bla than Cut. J. uaa, who aat directly
oppaaite to blm at the tenia, the latter gentleman
waa taqueeWd to make a atatament of what ooourred,
lakh waa done, but not pubuabed.
It It undentoed that Mr. Bbodxrick left be
bind him property to tb yalua of from on to
two hundred thonaand dollar, mortgaged up to
85.000, and that by Ua will ba gar 15.000 to
b equally dlrlded between tha rroteatant and
Catholic Orphan Aryluma, 10.000 to the lion.
J. C. McKtBBiur, and tha remainder of all hit
atat ta th widow of hi late friend, James
laTiu-, who, reputed wealthy at one time, left
bit famly a few month ago la exceedingly
inoderau clrcumttancea. It wu (appoeed that
b had no rlatlvt but two peraont In Salt
Franctaco, named bdmosd Weiau and Lucr
Bkowk, claim th ettate, being, aa they auert,
coualna In the aecond degree.
Tbe obaerratlon of Teiirt, upon wttneitlng
tl effecU of hi tbot, are dltVrently Hated by
tha Ban rrancltco paper. Tha generally ro
oelred yenlou la, that ha ald 1 "lie It not
much hurt I bay that two lnchei to the
right." One of the paper! pereonally favorable,
eye, thatCAUiotra BaariAM approached rBKRr
on the lutant, and aakad him If Brodbrick
wrai fatally I art, and that Tcbrt replied that
bo wu afraid he wa that he had tbot too.
much to tb right, &c.
. rapart of tha whole Stat are so bitterly
c-ttia-Ionaof Tebrt for coming down, ai they
allege, from tha Buprem Bench to murder a
man, that It took Ibxrt wholly by aurprlae,
And hai made blm afraid of Ida Ufa, II waa
planning 1 flight to Tezaa, whan ba wu arrest
d. Ila fears San Francisco, and deems himself
Ufa only when out of that city and the State.
Anomxa riTAL mcel.
A Timtt Baa Francisco correspondent gives
tbe following particulars of aecond fatal duel,
general accost of which we hare already pub
Iltbed. They are these 1
At al it T o'clock In th morning of tha IfUh Sep.
tauter, duel wee fought at a piano .bout fire mile
from Ban Andrea, between Dr. FaaaruM irooDwia
and CoL VT, Jirr. aan-woou. Weep urn uaed,
rifle; olatanoa, 40 raid. Al th fint dnv Iruobir
rooowia fell mortaUy woundMt, and died auait two
liour 'afUrwaro. Tb lion. W, T. Liwia
and Major. (iLana, for Doctor Goouwia, aud
Captain Toi-a od M.tTia Kowah for Colonol
Oatiwood, acted a '"frt. uda." Tbe telegrapblo a.
oountof fit murder rays that "tba pnndpalt dla.
played gnat bravery and geutieiaauly deportment."
The preiunlnaxte were a1) arrang-d, and the partiot
ready fur 'oaitVo by 1 o'clock, A. M. Tbe prluclpaJt
re reported to bava 04h pwd 0001, aui to bar
zebanged ouiirWaiee .t th moment of taklug poal.
lion .arurna by the aeouuda. Tb word waa given
thutl "Areyoureadyl Fire I one, two, three" At
tha Interrogative irt of the aeulcnce, each auawered
:.f:: "."iTSSfir ."J?B!L: wm-
tbelrriflew. . pz.OooDwi'a buug Art, aud t hwt hbi I
stiot. Mr. Oarewooo's abut etrwk (loonwia in tbt
b&xnea, ranging obUqualy and dowuwarda paaeing
out of tbe hip.
ren-rklBg. "Doctor, I .ry .aotbat ISTaffalr .
th Doctor replied, uf am glad to know that you
eUH iniiuuMM io wy WMTjt inana." to wiuoa i
maun im . ganimsan.- oat wood uaoaea nim
lot bla kind remark, and left tba field In oompany
wiia uia turgaon.
Both parttet were Pemocretlo rolitlclanatb da.
ceaaed . Uaoniiaulte, and tbe eurvivor an AntJ-Le-oomptMilu.
Tbey quarreled prior to tb UU election,
and tsgagad la a malee. Ooodwu wa th chal-
aSMtLKtl aud ba ba paid tb penalty of bis
Both gentlemen were highly ee
Wortli Catoltna, In 1818. U. adoLtid T KJ?
feaaloil of IA Uw, and after a orUlUot career
the bar aad nsoa tb bench, entered Coogrea, V.
repreaentatfve from bit na'lve JUU ba lsai
where be itaanalnad until 1887. His petition la
tnepouuescs vtrguuawu one or large influ
ence. Under tb administration of l'realdent
Tiler, Mr. Maaob filled tbe position of beer.
tary of tb Bary. and tb serrlo experienced
rtuch advaatsg frotn bis wiadom and foreslgtit.
lie also occupied a seat la th Cabinet of Prel
latea,aDdu5rw,rdtahadoftU Navy D.
yarunnu Be watlo 1858 Appointed Minister
I Vyl'iaaldeBt iWii, and WU .
thveed In th seme pnaltloa ender tti present
Sttmtnletratlo lit baa agoWwd nnch fmm Inv
folrad brali h. tint baa rorealnM lw1fnlT at
bU poat of tat7 and la tb rJMcal tmahfa of
wblcb Fampa baa bm tba araaw, tMkwJ a
cool jarlRttMBt and a enrrcct laovloV bat ara
blm merited Inflame In dlploaiatte eounclla.
Tba ataamabtp Brenaa, from Braman rid
aonibaaiptoa tba 4ib but, arrlrad on Tnaadaj
mornlnn, brirfrtog 636 pajwwnpirt. Sha bad a
Tb following are th clonlna ranurraoh of
tba article In tba London Tmt$, of tb M, f-
latlng to tb ban Joan affair, and aUuded to Is
Lb raws Kv m NrtK ttl.
bould tUt lamaln a tba war, tha arrlrat of
Cmiaral BonT, nit lnatruoDnoa from tVatfln(Win,
lil. i doubt, tond I bnruj nanera to aa amicabia
eobchufcio. Tba prlnrll wotk, bowamr, I to b
a) lu uie io oaiina a, ihi ? pwhwibi tno
Anwnrau tnwmsnt, la ll Mondahip and alnoart.
t;, aot In m nwanr to tha amMtaxia uMalnna of any
man orclaaa by ronbatinf rlffbta wtalra anam to u
t atroo lor plilrtil to ewrtarn. Thar can b
no iM ibat Um trratjo' IMa gan, and m lo.
trndr t r ra, to Oraat llntln and to I'ultod
Siaba Ux trr narujatum of tha Oulf of Oaurni, and
II at tiiia roujil ba aiuba aoVctad try Biaklog tba cbao
orl trbk-b dindri tba two euiiilraa what it m al vara
mortilcrrd to I tba broad eatuart arblrh fltiara Ln
tlw raxtnard of Han J. aa. Tbla dm tba coannal la
tb da wban California bad ret JM baan oolimirnd,
wiiru iiiiina viviuraina waa jv uoanoiva aivl lin.
Lamrd. and brn On Rim tUalf aa a wildaronw
waiirand orar cij br tha bnntar and tba trapper.
Nothing waa tbnuvbt of ih-r cbannola bta-aen
Bab Juao bd VaoomjTar, paaiialtla, tudoM. to tba
atraroera of th ntai nt dar, but Dnn narbratad In
tbfatlmra,an(i nrelj nartr pruajnt to tb mloda
c f tli aalenneojwho map in band, nrgotiatad tba
trrolt of IMS. Thla la tba rlew of tha mattar ao
ot.rd ng to the tdrlt of tb tteat. txit If a ttka tba
loltn it Uara i.il no leaa rir alaiina. Tha at nrtaa
worda am,tt at 'the I n aball b e.ntb.uad wratward
l aH-Tarfi the Omtment from ',-
... a. tj ...J . ... : .." .
tnMdloof ttMW9chtntul nd uf Fuc StralU tth
iVifldOoMn (n tbenv wortla the HiiUnb (royeru-
uia umn fiiihfrr. thn
a an tiiuMwi vr rrm. i c ftim na u u mare lur
fajaai afWHar a il f ai i t aB.l.a.B a.L aa
ward fnn tba middle iilnt uf the channal In in nZ.
r- ""rth.Kl thmujk th. m.dJWof rue.8t7.ill
da or duea nut Kir tb Iiland rf fun .7,i. t ,vl
TalM l Uyaaaaatlo Kaeretata.
At tb recent Aurlcnltural Fair at Ambemt,
Ma., the ceremony of laying tb oornor-ttona
of the raw college gymnaalum attracted tba at
tention of tha tlaltori. 1'realdent 8Tr..lnf do
lh ared a brief addreea, In which he tal.l i
Ibidliy culture had been loo muoh nevlacted. Itcalr
and aoul are aa neoeaaur to m.n .. I
J ii wo2? t"':,hrr !' "arr to a perfect
.SU?v Th '.bje ct of th gjmiuaaium ia lo un
fold th bodily jMwer. Tb laboring man need
no rich Lulltbbg. tie it natura'a crmnaat. All
out door u bla gyn naalum. Th iky la ma mf
awl tbe ground Ida exerclrfng floor. Few vuc
tiona can otaupar ui tartari aiarola witn tbe
farmer'a. Ahmet mj ruiiacl and fibre and
atnng ce bla fHun I dally ceiled luto uaa. Tha
I warm, red bfe current, go laa4ng through lu vein.
I and at night be bra doan lo weep aoundly, aril
awakiara thamoriiliur with acloar haa.t .. .!..-
nerd aucb pliyaloal culture a Carmer get. They
need. tab ty ralra for their animal apirtta. Thr
abould un, toaa, be throw and lift, nil they be
eme full grown urn. Studautt muat hare work,
ejee tber wbl elwava be rnu.nln m..i t -I
boneet borar. Ua cited a phyetrtan friend, woo
reniady far rruy penp'a waa, "ik them fir mile,
walk them ten mpea, vatk I Aem doien." Freeh air
aBdeurciae,aallbe,la a betur Munulut for tb
mujd than la, or aometbino' atnaiavr. arn ,imim
fine Durhama and Ayiahlrea, Biifloika and Maokaya.
though three but Uod blmaelf bad called unolean, but
they were ell not b Ing compared with man. Nut only
ahoiiM "our cattle b atroug to labor, but our aont
aluaild ba aa plaida grown up In their youth, and wir
eaugbteraUkaoeneratonea, poliahed after th elm
llitude uf a palact."
After Ir HTaakira had concluded, tb band ltd
tb pruueaalnn to tbe Vongregatl mat church, where
an addree waa dellrerwl before tb member of tba
llampahire airrioulturel anotety and Amnerat college,
b Dr. Uao. II. Winanir, of Kotbury th gym. art,
who upon hi flret attempt to lecture. In Boaton,
broke dowut In fart, fainted. II 10 anpenrano la
email ud youthful, and, aa glean by hlmeelf, la '8
feet, 1 Indict, 143 lb, and H year old." II an
noinoed bla tubject to be Agriculture and rbyaloal
Ha raid that tb farmer needed muoh ttrength bat
he aeldom natd bla body carefully and properly. It
waa bet'er for young men to handle toe rake than th
yard atlck, tb 01 whip Inataad of to aooountant'a
pen. Fhvelcal and InwUectual exoitna wore made to
go togrther, and what God bad Joined, men ahould
not put aaunder. Breathing pur freab air It neoce
aaiy to tbe mail reu would bare pure blood. Twenty
four brgabeada ekMr enter a pair of full-grown lunga
dally. Tba wuxkwa of tha Creator ni nowhere mora
clearly aaen than to pUwlng man upon th earth at
the Uatom Of a tlButleaaeipanaa of pure air. He aa
aallvd tba common praoUoa ot aohooUng children alx
hour dally. ralaeiibyaioalbaMMflUlaaerorld with
ortme and loaanlty. A man ao culttrated bodily that
wtntar'a oold doaa ni make Dim flinch, nor th
beat iu.k blm btngnlib, never become tnaane.
All training that doea nut care forth body, la on
aided ai d partial. '
There la no danger of beginning too early, or con
tinuing too late tnph-ilcal culture. Tb late Dr.
Wui knew a ruau that began gymnaeUo exor
dree at 10 yean oil, that ba lived to 84 and died
serenely. Tb lecturer cited hlmaelf a an ex
ample of a man whoae muacuiar atrength we
not lnberltfd. II began to preotloe gymnaatio at
the age 17, and atnc than had don It every day.
lifting be claimed wa hi tnecla'lty, and tben loUd
lfylng tbe Irani waa tba mrat bebeflclal of all x
rclaea. lie began to lift Auguet lSnfi. In month
he could UN between 400 and 600 pounds. Oa the
12th of May but he lifted WVpounaa, end atnc then
1.084 poobdt. 8lr David BnwiTaa said that tba
lower extrmltlee,wben planted upright, were capable
ofauatalnlng 4.000 pound. No man should bit to
axbauatlon ; MO ivundt with th hand-, or V.S0O
pound with atraaa la aufflclent for moat men. Oym
naattca were Introduced to thla country from Germa
ny aomo tldr-y year ago, but have never received
that recognition from tba public which U their due.
lleceuee thla exercise It auwetlmee aiiuaed by ambl
tlooa young men, jieople decry It,
At reitardt diet, be affirmed that the reault of blub
pby-lcai culture r. .- to make . man forget th dUncia1.
tie ot dlgeetloB. Laboring men eat what thev
pleeee. Ue ridiculed tb ptlde of tiltl bandt, and
declared that they were no guarantee of brain
or gentle bloud, but . gUrlng doformity In man or
woman- Tliere are cheering lndlcatlona of a refonn
be aaid, among American women. Skating, and
other out U door exorcise, ara beoomlnir
popular. On half of th oomplalntt that
aborton th Uvea of women com from
l,'Joo,' J?0411' f a-1 any on cheerful
sitnta. Tb man of perfect development baa thrlila
of pleaaure while aUudlng mider the atarry aky, or
In tbe auu'a nin tide glare. Bilcceaa In Uf it Vuo
rxaa In Urlng, rather than In being made a general, or
poatmaator ur member if Cougreea.
Thebovl.raoplof aa bout's addreaa, and
at IU cloa Prof. IfLAaa aaid that It wa tbi nioat
.? ?. lrachiug aver dona la that church. W
al.ail all be Muaclemcn benwfUr,
,V? ,Tt?tr. "i" ntl"a prepar for the dleplay
of b .fratt 1 of atreDgth. Ua a,Jn reappeared clU
d.I''.'.rln"1 "1 but nak1 ln bi irma, In or.
:.,,";Ul""",,1"l,1"' During th addreaa
quantltlrt frajiuci.tly, aUiough tha lecture, had
K"I;ia'.nS.,T5w"rklu bunifa,he eould hArd!;
bp called freab after i.rertng tbe atagtnge la th
cburcb aud giving an hour addreaa.
OnthUiftof tbpeakera aoaduldlng had been
erected, to which waa auaiwnded 8 kega of nallt by
a larg rope. Dr. WlMuir'a fint feat waa to aa
oond Ibis acaSddiag aud uA MKI lb, ef uails. Tula
ha fairly aooompUahed at the second trial.
i ue Mcvnti loal waa lb rsialng or bimaeir by tbe
UUIa ftngnr of either baud and holding bimawlf In
thttpiaitlnti for about a tulnuto. At uie Ci-t trial
tbeatrap bruk said kit lum down backward, but
subaeiumtly th perfornuuir waa atla(cary7
The (Afrd feat wa tlw holding hluiHsIf out horizon
tally, by means i Ida anna, ou tba round of a per
ludloular ladder, an stperuiiunt which he bad not
tried atnoa be waa afrealnnan.
The our IK fct oonalated of auouldoriuB a banol
of flour welching (IS Iba. """-"-"nog uanci
.?y.,"k .f"1 ,,.i' ," 5u?buig a rot faaten
ed to tbe ctlllng uf tba cburcb, by mar etrangth of
anu, and coming down .t tulaure.
Tbe dltpUyt of etrvngtb were not only wonderful,
but highly aatiafactory, u.d elicltud reieated chaara
from the audlenoa. After Iheaa axeruUaa, and about
8 1', M . tht dinner came oft at tha Amber-t Homo,
to a blah about too ladies and gentlemen gav atten
tion, Tb Prw.td.at J..at.
'aw days sine an elderly lady, accompanied
by ber nephew, a little boy. wu returuuig to
Fnlladelphla from a lull to her anoettral home
In Adam county, by the cars of the railway
i??" lJVSK. " '
" " m ti in 't i '
' 7" "V -' m auuu viauavau. UQliOVO I
if lAa-tlr ItlfW Atl.l i-ain4l.naai al.. .a '
lent looking old gentleman, of portly aspect
and rrentle dem-axor. entered unnoticed .n,i
took tha tacant atat, which happuned to
ba tb only on empty ln the car, so that the
old lady on ber return wu obliged to say, -'Sir,
youbavmy Beat." "llav I," returned th
benevolent looking gentleman, " I am sorry for
that, but as there appears to be uo other, I
should be obliged for permission to remain In it,
If yon will do ma tha honor to let me all beside
you." Tbe lady replied that th bad no objec.
lion, except that ber boy could not stand up all
the way to Philadelphia, whereupon th old gen
tleman took biin upon bis Up, .This ooUoouy
attracted the attention of sum fnasy looking
nan, aentrd near, wbo started up and said, with
a theatrical air, ' I'll give my seat to James
B.riLASAX, President of th United States,"
jo. .v Mains inai k wat really old docio, wbo
I IS fond of travflltnn -I.,.-. -tL . .,-' .
SotiBm..,U U,ud Vlca la which the an.
purTVr" m.d.S'I " on. to pro-
waTl t9et ,ur -' BtllUABAK, which
ar giT,B wUh , u, t aa , wuren
for aucb ?cMS?Z!i utk ta man
f bU tJaca hT.lwiT.TW,n" b got out
shaking and all that: I., t T?fd ul1 hind-
itiZ't "V"l' bla. -a quletl,
Udlc AM&VOiumbul:1; JWrttartK '
rod clialtloft unknowingly, with th mother o"
tw or in tiauncrteti epTlUlcan in io oia',
rm of thom an MtltrT, and both wtltr for yean
agalnat Uuchaba and bit party.
Th Mloattllaa eorraepondeot of th New
Orleant Crrttmt, gfrea tb foUowtna; Itamt of
Mexican t et I
A nairler bat uat arrlred who report thai th
I "urala bar i aufforrd two oVaaoe at Leon uodr
Dnaubo, ai.d on. al Cordora under gsarain It aj
l ire ti at Duuuno attarkad Leon with I OvO m-n,
and after eooie bard fighting, ejaijeao faablna, wa
tawtan back with Cialderah Inaa bv Hm wX. .
j lie wwr oii' . iw TtrroTT ao ejoeely that b
ih ouij caiurr-, m frvm m arwiery rmm Dtiaa rio,
but be made a auooeeaful rntrt Into Han l..u w.T
wblrblaeon-tderd aTerrrreai aitrantair "
Oen. Keriro aalivM out Vera Crut to rmita a
party of Omrereatlre at C-rdora, but waa beaten
and drrran back.
flen. CaariiJ, of tha Mra.uo .rmy, with bla
brlgarle o- OflO men, baa edrancod from the elty of
M..iootoJ4,aod If la thou bt bla aaawrn It to
atta k era Crut Ilnwarar. am. ... 1.
teoda to attack AlTaredo, and then Minatltlan, whlrh
iwlllgtra alia. Moa two porta on tb Oulf Thi I
net what b went, for tben bla Import . mmal
lon and I npmi 1 of apeda will u free from laUrnip.
tlon. It wiaildb aignal eengouir upon Vera
Crut thuatoeutuff all ber back uuuun laeauioaa.
Wllb Ut -.blob abe . L ILlt, eajujoaa,
ftan. Maau paawd tarougb thla place on th let
of Be, Umber bla way to Vera Cm from Waab
Ington city, with lettei and diatonee for Jcai-i
ltm M.T.andTaoaoa. Il-h the Mlnurtertaaaure
Jraaax that bla only aaJVty now la In the ImmediaU
rat,fact4.ai of th treaty. And than I no doubt
but I a will aora da to the demand-
lUreju.t eeen partlra who bare return-d from
tha niOiinUIn. and tber renort thai tha ..!.- 4...
tlnga bare turned out a failure, and .11 tba miner
ra l ft to pnaiert In aome other quarter.
AU tie tierty b- longing to th Uxil4ana Tehu-
anteiaw Cininy, which waa -4ted In tba dlatrlct of
Juiclutan, bMbeenaoldat Dublle aala at a terrlbl
aaorlOca. FU tuulae, which ware Imported bare
from tcelblted Btataa, went at I Wand 40, and
otlier proptrty at agneter aacrloc.
Another correspondent, writing from Vera
In accordance with bit programme of reform
JCAUl baa decreed the aboutmo rg all foMt day but
nine, aa follow: Tbe final day of tn year; Tburailay
and 1 rlrlay of U4y Wark rnurad., lb day of the
Herurectiuii; Indrpendeno dayi th 14th of
rJrVD,tri A'l Balnta Dayt tbe Sd Novemberi
lu numory of the faithful who died lathe church:
and tbe 14th of December. I ha 00c avion ln an
eaily Utter to call yiair attenUin lo th Innumerable
feaet day wbtUi crlppbd tb Ubor of tba country.
There are ln Meilru eiity auteddaytmadeaoieain
fan ea by tli Cburcb and Bute, whei. no labor can ba
doli betaiuw aooia saint olt-d a tbouaawl yaara ago 1
forty noviable f.ata and flfty-lwo Bumlaya, bi all
wot: uiwurrii auu niiy.twu uaya, wneu ll la a nnaole
offoiice to work. Wbru It I cooaldared that tlieae
ffnetdaya ara but druukan fn41ca, which pmluc
axlditlonat real daa,you n.ay rt.-otiably conuluile
that tliere ara two hundred of Ibem, wblcb bare
tilt on buudred and aUty.flr workiugdtyt InaU
111 a year.
Aa a cam In ptdnt, a contractor of mahogany In
forma ma that ha kwtover five hundred doliara by
one freat day. ln tbe following faanlon Th. r,n
ayatem enable cobtraebfre, by small adreno iy
tueoUto tb iDdiana, to bold theio to aervio until
the debt la paid. My informant bat contrected,
after tb manner, wlta a large number of Indiana,
and bla prone want to work. Tb llth of Beptnn
bar apiroacbed, and every Indian marched
oa to bla natire town to enjoy tb day. It
l now tba Sola of September, and they bare
already kt .three week, tn they quit woik
four da In adeem- ti go one hundred
miles to th the village where they live, and now tbey
are diaper d over th oountry in vry direction.
To get tben back ba will bare to procure writ of
anocAiroeui, ana rare omonri to mini aown the de
bnauent. Tbla la all eipenatve, and probably he
will not reeover one-fourth of them, tbua loatng bla
money, hi men, hi tun, bl oontracte and hU Law
feea. Tbe lata of September waa oelebreted with
beonmlng tplandor lo thla wty. Grand Ulurauiationa,
aaiulea, iuero aod oration were got off, and oon
aldi rable of a dlJaj took place Lu tbe mllttary line.
Preddent Jcaan oommemented Independence
day by a general amnesty to all prhvnart ho had but
six month to mm. end by releaatDg six months
from the period of all prtaooare ngag-id for a longer
Ume. A iatrlotlo prleot In Uajaoa 1 ad preaeutedihe
Oovmnment with church allvar to the amount of
11.000 The Prtgrna. ot this city, charge Mr. Or
wat with Ingratitude In upporting Miaaunn when
JoAxax baa allowed blm to Import sundry boxes of
cat-die, grocerke and clothing free of charge. Six
feraant, convMed of an attempt to create a revolt la
be Btate of Tobuoo, bare bean allot.
Tne naeittkB Aitaett aw BrewawvlHe.
The Brownsville (Texas) Flay of the 6th says t
On the morning ul Wodnaaday hut our people
awoke from their alumbere with their uauaI feellug
of aecutlty, and were quietly proceeding to their ao
cuatorned evocatlooa, when a clroumatanoe moat x.
tiaordlnary and beyond parallel threw tbe city Into
tha utu oat oonrtematlon. It will be reoollocted that
In July laat our City Marebal waa In the act of ar
Rating a dunrderly pereon, whan one Nsroacoaao
COBTtrua, who baa anuUuultjareldevoeaomethiic
on thla and aomeUmta on the other side of tbe river,
hut th officer eo badly that up to this moment he has
nut entirely laooiried from the flVjcta of tbe wound.
OoanvAa bnmeduktely mad bla eacape. After a abort
Myutbattmoho of hla mother, about thirteen mtlaa
above hare, b eruaaad the r.ver, anil baa since,
until very lately, been In aud about Mataiooraa.
Wedncadey morning, he, with a band variously a.
tlniatedalfrom alitrto one hundred man. armed
aud on borerbeck, all Mexican buatlvtr,but moat
of them outlaws from Moxloo, whom we on the
American aide bare fooliehly given n .rylum, rod
into our city aliout daylight, ated their aentlneui,
and proceeded tn pick out the men raoet disagreeable
to them. Uto Meaxia, WnxiaJi P. Nbalb, B, L,
Jouxaoa, Ci.bm.hts Uitxs, ami Vivuao Uaboia,
were killed by them. Auuoa Vau, belonging to
CoaTn.it' gang, waa killed by Jou-eo-. It U fid that
agalnat JouaaoK and Qaaou tbey had no anlirjoaityi
but Mr. Jounsob waa the Jailor, ei triaydeiBUdadia
him the keya, he refused to deliver them, and
tbey kbled Mm to obtain them. liarltg obtained
the key to the Jail tbey liberated four or fire pita.
oner rxmuvd Uwreln for various ofTenoe, from
mnrder la kortataallng. Mr. QAaou'a aoleoSbnos
was th abettor be anurdod to Joenwoa. II wa a
(rood, Inoffensive, quiet, uduatrlous man, a Mexican,
Use tbemaalves, and ta well behaved a man u we
bad in tbe oountry. Mr. Nxau was killed la hi bed
u be raited up ou beailng hi nam called. Mr.
Moaais wa bunted down. Ua lived within tba n
deaerted garrteon encloeure, whence our Docretarv
..r Wm l. .b I .I... .Ul. .( l. .
until Ui. n, aver protected this )ortlon of our moat Im
portant frontier, lie waa rouaod from bed, hi kouae
havlug been surrounded at be ran out under to
huua aad found how alight hi ohanoe of ea
cape, be apreag for the open parade ground, and at
tenitod to aav blmaelf by flight. It waa In vatn 1
they ttruck Idui down wltiiaa-zord before be had half
cruaeod tbe plat, and tben riddled him with bah.
By thla time our people were about to pat around
theatre!, but the r'enJlat were lapoaaaatlon of
them, and their aentlnela held ths garrison tnXn
Boon Muxlcan families were seen moving tneir furni
ture, and the fumalet declared that tha out'ava bad
rnt to various selected famillea, warning them to
leave, for that ihey intended to burn, ud huiat their
Dag it) nn the American flagstafi1, which our Bacre-
7 'J Wr h" sthpiwd of the atari and atrip, ao
a to be ready for any profanation. Tne few Ameri
cana bare ooukl not even pane out of their bouau to
nieet together, and tha ortea of "J'lea Cord no
tnueran (o Qringot," ooukl be board from tk va
Tba news bad been quickly oommunlcatad to our
nolgbbora In MaUmoma, and, as soon aa heard. Oen.
GuVA.ir, Col Miymn. rusaiRa, D. Amnvo Loa
posiA, D. UaaroLo Faaasirr and other came over to
Inquire Into tba difficultlaa. By their entreat lee the
guerrilla, were Induced to leare, y(t awearlng that
tbey had oUieraou their Uat man who aaldoairod
CiiTT? ,,"nl"h. ."'Aa-whom they muat
kul before the, would ldi.pr.rae. On oftbea waa
tber.fnoer himtolf, ho nad ones been wounded
without cauae, and whoa- furtber offence wa that he
thought blmaelf than unjuatly treated.
Ala late hour, ourctixeu met for conaultatlon.
and, after much ooiialuaniUon, a atroug patrol wa
org.uited, ui.dr efficient offloere, to protect the city.
Nuuiber being too few to divide, and It ta doomed
unaaf f.n email body to unite In pureult,
In the erenJiif of Wudnaariav. rtnt. i'.-..r...
Cob Tiossisa, Mr. Aoatito Lonuosia, and Mr. La.
tuau, the Collector of our rt, went up to the camp
ioy and had ulay. Tbey wire received
luuleaUunn, aud, ater much aud ationg
effort on the part of our friend from Mextoo, agreed
-v ..H..H. .u. ,Vwu way mora, wnue, at the eeme
tune, tie dec'ared ttiat certain rwreoua who bad
otrubdad them fey would yet kill whenever tbe on
laetuulty offered. It aeeroe that tbey complain that
certain )ieraoua are otmnxloua from baring treated
Mexlcalia barably, and autlcular etreaa laid upun
their determination lo kill all wbo ere djejuaai to
Iuik-ia(VrrireA fur lileuUrluproToiM ittck
It U aaid, and w hop It la true, that there Is now
no ruoro danger of another Inroad but what security
have we eg our Urea .ud th.a uf our famulea when a
band of eighty armed outl.ws declare that we muat
cloae our luoutha and drop our arm to be aafa from
tboUr rerengeful fury. And to make ourntuatlon
woree, th majority of theee men hare oommitted
SlJS .""!?, "!S -l'"?. VZi
T ,',UI w irur uao -101100 wbu
nim,j viltUU IU W AUMricu n.Ut)l a fQ Ikltlr,
llaa.f . ai.ali.l.li. .-. 1 li ...
ulutxi to mLuUklu tbWM.ittt ou tliis ii otftha)
Blue the above wu written. It baa been well eaoer
talnod, that Irmtead of dlabudlag, Uoniiiu re
main with bis prtr lu I onauHKl force, defying at.
t. k and threatening tault Ilia fore it aekl to be
ever two bundled men, wbo .- encamped at bl
rancbe, ou tbe liver, and are auiatantly recelrtna an.
oaalot.a. Our cltiieua are wall aroaMl and tboroua-hl
on the alert. AU, without regard to natlooallryT.ra
enrolled, and are acting In our luipewiniau military
On Friday It wu rumored that an Immen aaaault
wu threatened. At once every man aad boy la tbe
town aatsibbled, with very few etoepttone, to aaaut
ln tbe defeuoa. liy tba advice and approval of the
Committee of Safety, a detachment of Meilctm ln
fantry paeaed over under Oen. CAVAIA aad ataid
undar guard with ua all night Tbey re yet with
ua. Ou Hie night of the nrat aiteck, all the tro-mt In
Matamoria, u.d five hundred of th oltlaena, re
malnaa under arms ail night, ready to aaalat u d
lending our lanaUa mi hum from ruin.
A towo lady traveling on the Chicago, Al
ton and Bt. Louis lUIIroad. towards (Jhlcago,
geuerotuly excepted tb charge of a child of
fourteen months, while the mother left the cars
at Bergen, to procure medicine for the bah.
1 b mother did not return, aod a letter found
In a box belonging to ber showed that aha bad
Intentionally abandoned tbe Infant. The child
I&ZU""1 tal "" mUV UWU U
taii MinjqcTjta-At aa,, kj, Wada-a-
lk"" t Ua0,,TO "-l-'re- Orend
. r,r BndwM "' "" bare Ho prepar.
ajtoryfijr their nretgruui .... u,,,, nM
Tb battalion w tnaeoaM by Major O. R nAU.
and ort,at,tl cf four eontpawJu and a dragon
eorra,lTb.wrelCa,aDaww Dregwa, eorpti
Capt. t, I.viao , Co. A, CA. . T, wawarta , Oo
I. Caii 0. Eie Co. C, Capt. O. W, Moaau Co.
V, Capt, J. W. Bnota. The number of member
Wa ovet 400.
Tbe battalion, titer paaatn' In rwrlaw ik.i. .-
Park, praceedid to lb Bed Ilouar, la lUrWm, wh-re
".ir.iiiii hiok piece. The committee on
priee wr, r. rj, Doawua, D. B.Tru.. end Ca4.
A. Wabd, end th va'u of tb prltet onatated
at over 84.000. Tb eboottag being ennclacVd at
a late hour In tht evening, the return march wa
taken tip, and at halfpaet seven th battalion
nwrbed tb AeaernUy Komi In Broadway, where
magnificent (upper wu nrovkUd. At urbt aelork
tbe tlgeal waa given for entering ths supper-room
where fir table, stretched tbt entire length of tbe
great ball, room, Wan elegantly fumtabed for a boun
tiful rrpaet. At a ralred table acroat tbe head of tbt
room, aat MaJ. 0. B Hall, u Chairman, Mr. D. B.
DaLAVta, on bl left, and D. B. Tat Los on th right.
Tbe tell wu filled up by J. ComsAaa. A. V Srotr.
C. DiuvAjr, T. K. Dowaiao, R. Fasnm, J. 8.
Oit-ia, W, D. Xra.BBT, E. eAin, B BaiwasiA,
H. R Pxtstes, Aid. Tor a IT, Aid. Boolb, and
cithetA Ovar five hundred pereona were aeated
After u hour or more dmgent attention to ths WiUda
of the repeat, the wine wu brought on, end tbe
cheerirg commenced. Cheers wars given for CoL
Dslavab and a boat of other; and at length tb
met1rj( wu eatled to order by MaJ. Uai-L, who pro
poeed, aa th Bret tout of th (renlng, Cot. D. E.
I'nilu," which wa. drank standing, .Oer three
hearty cbeert. Col. Dxuvaji replied, tit thanked his
audience fcT their tntereattand tbelr hearty evidence
of It, and remarked that ha bad not been consulted
In tb foTT .Hon of tb company which bore hi nam
If ba bad, ha might Malbly Lav oppoaed it, but u
It waa, ha wu glad of It he wu proud of them. Ue
noticed his entrance on ths responsible dutlea of hi
situation, under great dlfllculllea, and aaid hs hsd
made It bla great obJect,and reaolretodo hlsdutyi Mid
naoj nt not cMne eo I (orbs er "you bare, you hare.")
Ifbebadsuoeeeuadiu thla It waa sufficient for him
all be wanted wat to dlecharge his duly to tbe lax
payers of lbs city. Again tliaoktiur them for the
honor don blm, ha took hi aeat, and tare more
hearty cheers were given for blm.
Hon. Joav Cooujuirs followed In a few petrtntto
remarks. Hi spoks of the oompany before him u
auldleraand u cttUena, In the most complimentary
manner. Three cheers were given him at his oonolu
Inn. During bla remarks, the judges appointed to
award the prise, Messrs. Aid. Coehba, W. Waits
aixTts, J. I,vrw, J. N. C rain, A. DtABLrr, U. Aavc
labicb, A. Gnrtt, Aid. Boolb, and S. Vau ITnrxiB,
wre abaent fnaa tbe room. Tbey Bow returned and
reported. Tbt prize, moat of which were given by
merchants on Broadway and prominent city officer,
were eighty-) In number, ranging In value from
10to300. Among them were a eat of fare pr.
seniea oy steatrs. c O. OCimjwA a Bona, valued at
I ISO a aUverstt, worth 8300, pretented by E. Johu
A Co. I four gold watches worth I ISO each, preaant
id .y CV4. Dslavak, Mavot TrxxAn, B. Bcrrtm,
and A. V. Btotrr t ud a larg amount of Jewelry,
allver actta, etc , preeenUd by Broadway firms.
The Chairman of th Committee announced that
103 member of the oorpt had not fired at tha target,
ar.de. thirty prlra would b left after giving on ta
each of thoe wbo struck tb target, thla remaining
thirty would b dlatrtbuted by lot. Tb prises were
placed in an adjoining room, and a tha Judge" .ward
wu pronounced, tb winner entered the room, aod
made bla choice; the chuaen arttol wu than pre
tested b him la public Mr. C. W. Cab-toll, wln
eer of the flret prlae, chose a magnificent gold hunt
ing watch and chain, furnlahed to th oompany by
CoL DsLAVAjr, Mr. J, a O'tun chore a et of
ladle, fur (aalilee), the gift of Mr. C B. Ommraa.
Mr. T. BrLar chose a gold laver watch, preaented by
Mayor TimAn. J. B. MoO ooa took a ladles' gold
watch. B. Win chew the $900 sllvsr tea aet, and
therea elndtr of th prises were distributed In Use
manner. No dlaaatlafactloa wu avlnced, all pswnd
off merrily, and ths ceremony of preaantatlcn afford
ed a good opportunity for strong personal oompU
menta, which war freely uwd, both bypremotor
and recipient. lion. J. Cocusajts, A- V. Brotrvnd
others, did the preaentetlaaa, and, at a late hour, the
feettvttlee were concluded, In, th hpj4eat (nealhle
Tbe Fcltoh Bark DirALCAnox. Justice
Otaoxea, on Tuenday, rendered hi. decision In tba
esse of T?M. J, Labs, Jr., tha Fulton Bank defaulter,
on the charge of forgery, which had been preferred
against him by the President of tbe bank, and deci
ded that the charge muat be flltmltsod, on ths
grounds that th evidence befor him failed to sus
tain It Aa soon u th decWon cf the magtatrate
wu made known, an affidavit wu put ln by the
President of tb bank, charging th prisoner with
falae prttenoe. Seventeen different charges wsre
made, aad ths evidence ef Mr. Joan T. Tab Vtce,
Receiving teller of ths bank, wu taken In regard to
one of them, and a further hearing In ths cae wu
postponed UU Saturday. Th affidavit entered La
the firet charge ar to bt uaed tn rrUenoe on th
Tbe following la the eoncluslen of th magistrates
I do not oonalder that the leglaleture have nude
It forgery to make . Mae entry or falaely to alter .a
entry made In a book of a bank .kept wtthjnjte place
of buaiBeaa, and never delivered nor Intended ( be
delivered. And If It be deemed remarkable that
such a provtatou should bare been omitted, the
surprise la luat u great ln reference to marehutr,
and bug. banking houeea, or treat oompanlea, to
none of which could the 85th eectlon poaalbly apply.
In oouclualon, from tbe InteriirelaUon I have
deemed It my duty to give lo the Both section, after
a patient bt Bring of th able and lucid expoaitlon of
tbe law by aome of tha most learned and expertenoed
member of tbe bar, I feel compelled to declare that
although the prisoner bu unquestionably committed
a groaa moral freuiL, I do net perceive that be bu
made blmaelf amtnable to a criminal prosecution,
and moat therefore dlechargt him from custody.
Later flew Daeae Arret).
Br an antral at this port, w have advices
from Buenos Ajres to the 26th of August, on
week later than previously received. An at
tempt to break Jail had been made by the politi
cal and criminal prisoners In the city, but It wu
effectually repressed. The Argentine squadron
had apr-eared off Buenos Ay res, aome shots had
been exchanged between one of the Teasels and
. Buenoe Ayraan steamer, and there th matter
bad ended fur the present,
Th Buenos Ayrea Comnurrtal TinM eaysi "The
moat noteworthy nffair In Montevute la lu. forgery
uf ilxty mllllona of boune.' Due effect bu beau a
run upon Maba, wboae bouaa waa fue taro daya aur
roundad by an lninianae crowd, bringing bla pauar
mcoey to be exchanged, but uotwituataudlag tbla
extreordlnary pre ure, gold aeerea tn be u plentiful
as sver on their ouuntera. Tbe forger baa baan dia
nnrd and arraatait. landlna from the Meraey with
freah ' planobaa' In bla pnaamaluB. I oaiUln of
a UpanUli veaael wblcb haa lor soma ume bean ply.
lnrl.ta.Mi thla and Rio. where It la aurtnuaeti tha
falae bono wore made. It la said that the chain of
evidence la oomplete, ana will convict buth tb cap
tain and tlia two Lantia."
By tbe Balto da Ouayre w receive advlo. from .-
unclou that air. uaxnnaoH, II
a M. Chart e d'Af.
fail a tb Kepubllo of
aragii.y, bad demanded his
puaporte In pu'suano of ordnt from th houi gov
eniuKnt to that effect, In oo.eeijuence of the Carn
atad afiair not having yet reached any mUsfactory
On Tueadsy evening Captain Fbll, of tha ml.
sloiary aubooner Allan Gardiner, addreaaed a nu
merous audience ln th American Church, oa the
subject of this mbwion. Leaving Kuppel IaUnd, tb
site of tbe Mlrelon Station, tn December, he beat up
tbe Beagle Btrelta, frequently landing sad bartering
with tbe native for such curioaltle aa they poea
etaed, aud on tetunung brengbl with him nine na
tive., over whom it 1 hoped that such Influence may
be exerted u n ay make them uaeful la further In
teroouret with tbe tevag tribe, lahabiting tbe laland
of Tierre del ruego. Ue ateo left a German ml
alonary al tba Cbilan wttlement on tba mainland
Wiatof Magallan'a Strelte, who purpoaed travelling
unnng the Indiana of Pagonl. for the purpoa of
learning their language, cujrtoma, te.
Captain Fnx exbibltad aome fragments of Iron
ore brought from Tterre del Forgo, app.rently con
taining a very large percentage of pure motel.
A atarsJatT Well la Iiltaela.
Tb Tazewell Regitter gives an account of a
burning well In Biiruu county, HI., gathered
from gentleman wbo had risiied it t
It apiieara that, oa the premier of a farmer, resid
ing Dear Boyd's Urove, and within a few feet of bla
bouaa, which wu a fine two-atory dwelling, . well
bad been prevloualy dug, thirty-eeveo foot in depth,
and wtlch had beoome entirely dry. From tbe bot
tom of It, tb proprietor bad eommenoed During for
waler.and tbe 0ratnr bad at thla time reaohed . still
fuilbardlataooeof 4 feet, when ha struck a spring
that otcnnaruiad rdly llowlngi ao great waa th die
obara Uiat, frightened from hi work, b fled, leav
ing the auger In the hob. u reaching the aurfao
be called for a Utile girt to light a candle f ir th pur
maw of lectins' down in tb well, when- aa aha nnan.
ed lb ooor of tha house with It In ber hand, ths at
mospuere arouna toemea to tax ore, out alter esq
flash, tb Ware nl confined to 0k vicinity- ef th
writ, raaebhvgan the saagVt of rVew err and tny
WB'del Tb utile girl wu badly burned ape tb
ara .d otter put. of her body) lee toaa wb bad
rod frnra tb web bad U of hi taca eore-
Ketery hliateied. wbO anotkar workman, aoaking
eonry three wbo ware preeent, wu ewo cow.
aiderably mlured by tb sudden flaah. Tu
nrlgbbmboni waa, of course, anon amueed, aad
eitlxitgh bnndrrd vlatted tb epot, many worklag
algbt ard day. It waa not until Friday morning that
tbe flaroea were completely ertinguiabed. Irurmg
tbla lima, plasta attached to tha bona wa firet re
wiVM), Beits complete lng. In order toaer toe
main bulidlst. aa lii every change of tb wind tb
flame were dure. In that direction with such fore
ea even lo char tb wnodwork Tb well wa are n
filled op with earth, but tn Mtle avail u regard a
final sttcgrnahmetit, u Mr. Yatlb, when ba vlalted
io spot, on rtinay morning, aeemibre tbe
bneklng through th loo, rtith of tb wi like
OaAee of ganwder running slung upon the
naind. When be let, the fire on tbe eurfaoe ap
pardtobaanotoered, which had been finally ao
eoropllabed by the crowd beating upon It wlta flat
oca occurrence were formerly quite frequent la
tbevmnrty the Murkingum River, and ntaer por.
noi ef Ohio, a w4 a other Wrawni Stet-j,but tbe
nndlng rg.ucb a reaervutr of inflammabla ga In th
a. coot, c Illuicta la eooebat re mat k aba. Then
..T.1" naooaDe hare wbo, not .bl to ao
eiaint frw It, autipoaad thai tbe end of tb world hwl
oome, white n. a few Imagined that u entrenoe bad
b.en made Into that krww, region where no Ihermom
fer la kejt to regu ate the extremes of best suppoaed
tht re lo prevail aurlng all suaona. ir
The"anAntordii( exaa) Berali puhllsnea a
latter from lir. Hciwos, of San baba, written
beptetnber 22, In which Is given tbe narrative of
i oncn uny, woo ou oeen a captive among
tbe Comanche Indians for several years. Ills
statement Is u follows I
Tbe Comanche Indians caught mt In Bant Clare,
Mrsico, when tmall, (prtti twelve year. eld). Mr
d iher waa living, my father dead. They ttk me
north a long weya then turned me mors fcj sunrise
ieed tbtoiigh mountain oountry. When we gut to
the camp I found many Mexicans, who, like mytelf,
were pnaniera they were enrvaut to tha Comancbea.
I waa put to herding hnreea, with otbera.
"The white men let the Indians bars gunt, punVilt,
amuiunlUon, blanket, rlotnhig. Thar aend many
wagons full of thlnga t the Indian l the white men
give us a heap ef guot thlnga, and the Indiana let the
wblte men have . be.u of Doram.
"The Indiai.t all oom together and bare a big war
nance nd at tne bigpe. Ten nations Join In
oovenant to fight V Dou, Teiu and th Indiana
that fought undar Vaa Do an when their women .id
cuiiorvn weremuraena AU ui. tribee tbat are go-
Uifftofulbt ar. embodklne and nranarlnv Aa -..
down aa auon u tba weather get ouoler. I think
tbey have tterted by thi tun. Tbe firat fight I
to be on Vaa Dos. and lbs friendly Indiana, and
tb nrmreat white settlement to Vau Doaa's battle
"The Indiana bare a great many horaea."
"Th. Tesan warrior, Van Dor, and tb Coman
cbea, bad a big fight. Vaa Dona killed a heap of
the Indian woman, children and warrior.. The In
dian, that eacped tb. big fight came to our camp I
they all bad e big talk aaid we nnu.t all leave there,
or the women and children would be killed. We
urted nd traveUad n'th, . little to aunaet. I do
not know bow long we travelled we went alow had
tbe women and children along bwl to bunt buffalo
to lire on- We kepi travelling until we paaaed a big
camp of white men ln . big ralley on a river where
high 4ne grow and there ara big mountain. Thewe
white men gave ua a heap of drama, sugar, blanket,
ciothlng. and they tell ua tbey lor India, and say
.j -u out let ui our warrior, v an ioair, nor in
Teians, fight ui we travelled two days more and
took up camp again and etlll remained tben
"Tbla la the Aral Urn tb Indiana bare taken me
down South with them, stealing. There were many
Indiana W. tr.vered two days, and came to the big
camp of tbe whlbvneB, We ateyed there aome time.
They gave u blank eta, proviawna, and everything
thev bad we wanted. When we tarted from there
Soutb, w BO traveled together one moon. We then
began tu fall off uto email oompanlea, to go Into tb
evttiement. My company had six men. We hob
bled our horaea at a pool of water on the big prelrte.
We traveled four day fout, and eame to Colorado
ttver. After croaalng tbe river, tbe Indian! left me to
take cut of their blanket! and other thlnga until
they abould return with horaea from the settlement.
"They were gone three night. On the fourth
night they came hack with a number of horaea. The
river wu very full. They made no stop at ths river,
but went In. command ng me to follow and take
bold of one of the boraea, and tha bora, would carry
me acre.. I failed to get bold of one, and I cannot
swim. I etnpped, and one of the horaea, after
swimming awhile, eame back to the aide where I
waa. I caught him and made my oacap to the set
tlement." Irlat war tk Sa.
Tb bark Bald Bin Sultan, which arrlred at
fuUem, Mass., on Monday, brought, u a prisoner,
Wat. Cook, a colored man, who Is accused of
killing Uariuin Uebrt atbWAAM, while at sea,
on tha 17tn of August lasti
Cat. EnwAxae hsd sailed from Salem In the oom.
mend of tbe M. Saepard, for Zanilbar, but left the
veaael at lbs Utter port to return u paaunger ta
the Bald But Sultan. The crew consulted eg ten
men, and there were two paaasngara In addition ta
blm. Nothing of en unusual charaeter Is elated to
have occurred on board until lb. 17th of Augutt
laat. On that 4 ay Captain Edwabd bad gone to
tbe cook's galley to light his pipe, when the noise
of . uuftWi aud ig loud aud angry worda
wu heard proceeding from that apartment of the
veaaeL naaatt, tb cock, wat heard to excuujn
"Get offtf nie" "Ut me alone" tnd tben came tbe
cry of "Murder I" Immediately folio Ing thoaecrla
CapLEnaABiiswu seen niahlng from th galley,
with the cook in hot pureult, the former crying, "I'm
tUbbed I I'm .dead man 1" With theee exclama
tions be fell to the deck, and expired la about ton
rnlnutee at fifteen minute past I o'clock, on th af
ternoon of th llth ( f August. IIabsis had In his
hand an ordinary butchers knife, with which hs had
Inflicted three or four wounds In th region of tb
heart; but, though deeply f renxted, and laboring un
der great excitement, he gave himself Into the custo
dy of th offloere of ths vessel without realsunoe.
lilt flret .rowel after the commission of the dtedwu
"I did It."
ThedeoeaMdwuMyeareof age, and hu left a
wife and on. child at Salem to mourn hi Ice. Asa
aallor, hs enjoyed an excellent reputation i whue so
far from being of a temperament which might, to
aome extent, account for his meeting with oVath by
violence, hs Is represented u having been of a re
markably peaceable and qaiet dbtpoaltlon. II bu
laft several brothers, alao Raiding at Salem, one of
whom la the well known tailor, Mr, BrjUAHa Ea
wabos, on Eaaex street.
liAxxis la a middle-aged man, apparently, lie Is
now much eroaclatod, owing prooabiy to long confine
ment on ehipbcard, and preeeats to the observer a
moat unf avorebl and uiiniiumibbi Ing appearance.
He wu ahlpped for the Sultan by Mr. Cltima, ship-ptng-maater,
of Lowell- and neither tb. eeptala or
crew remember of any unruly or mutinoua act com.
mltted by him previous to that for which be la now
11 oooleeat i thai ha stabbed uapt, eowaids,
but affirms that hs did so only bl salf-derenoa hav
ing Dean goaded an oy aevera, repealed end long oon
thaued aaaault. Inevutenosof tbe fact tha he en
tertained no Ill-will towards the deoeaaeLbe says
tbat the day previous to the fatal affray be made him
(Cant. Edw ABM) th gift of some tobacco. Yet he
had been abuaed by tbla very man, and once or
twice struck by him. Those on board, however,
knew ot no tad feeling between the pertlee, nor cf
any bullying treatment (u alleged) by the Individual
charged. Tbe Meet tlon of th negro teem tbua to
conflict with tbe general bantf of tha crew and raa
aengare, who oould hardly have been Ignorant of
any trouble. If auoh had exlated. and the affair la
throughout a very alngular one. Habbi having been
brought to uua ciiy, ne wiu u aa eariy periou
arraigned for examination In ths
Tha (fcwawatleei af Baa Jaaav.
K Tngett Bound correspondent of the Boaton
Journal, says, tha disputed Island of San Juan,
hu bun useid br the Uudaon Bay Company,
chiefly for crating sheep, and It seems to bs an
organised Idea, nourished by that honorable cor
poration, that wherever one solitary baa ha
resounded from tbelr wooly herds, tber bava
tbey an undisputed right to tba Territory. But
nautlcally apuklng, ' a round turn bu brought
tbera up?' botne two years since, several indi
vidual, being aw are that difficulty must soon
er or later aiiae from this unsettled state of
affair, did, upon their own responsituiity,
employ a man to hotat the United State
revenue flag, 'this was his only duty, for which
ha received a campentAtlon of three dollars per
day. But the Bon. 11. B. C, getting Indignant
at such a movement, ordered our tmrfa Collec
tor to " uWm " his flag i this ba refused to do
he, however, gaa notice to bis employers of the
Insult ba bad received, and tbe result u that fir
hundred of Uncle tarn's military gentlemen ara
now tn ban Juan, and daily receiving supplies,
and strengthening tbelr fort i ties' lous. Our
British nelw hours were not prAinJ hand, but they
arrived three buurs too bite. 1 bey attempted,
or rather it wat their Intention teland, but con.
eluded, af er receiving the determined ovlirvM of
Col. I'lcarrr, that 'twu beat to wait a little.
IbeUnilKh rorcee were a boat compared with I
Pkkbtt's command, but ha resolutely told tbe .
English Admiral that be shouUi obey ord.re, and
tipoD. lie would sacritloe bis own life, and the
bfe of every one of bis baud, rather than submit
quietly to their landing.
Anther Iaa.lt I amr Hag.
We took quite seriously an Insult to our flag
In Paraguan waters, but it seems that tbe atone
ment we exacted bu not sufficiently Impressed
neighboring South American Mate with feel
ings of respect. A Buenos Ayres Utter say si
When Mr. Yantst and the V. S. Naval Command
er oa tbla station wsre pwaing Boaarlo a taw days
.go, uader tbe American flag, tba veatal wu fired
upon, though the oommBUduig orfloer wat Informed
tbat be waa aiming at aa unarmed imtnota tbm1.
The light ablp eaaentlal to tba eefety of foreign ahlp.
ping lii entering UU batbor, bu been carried away
aa sprite. Engheb veaaaia have two or three timee
Uen unneoauarily detained, contrary to tbe proteatt
of tbe commander. A boy be'ongtng to a Dutch
schooner, whue waiting ea the beach for tbe Captain,
aa be wu ordered to do, waa arrested by pole offi
cer, aod la spite of protoataUona, ha wu worried
with auoh iwoid-euu u made It uecaetary to have
him afterward! set t to tbe hoaptUl on board a native
man ft war. fie wu only releaaed by the foreign
CuuauTs gomg on board aud bringtog him away,M
Tbe only reply cf tbe guardians vf the pesos was,
''thus things happen."
t CB.awie af Greet BthAB. a
British. comme.'ea.Bsys tb London cweeyuod- 1
.Bt Of tb Boetea nat. la In a n.rl.h. mAU I
laWW, 5.J48J88; aaring an tnertas V 18
K.?71r. rjJ?? tMg, In 1851, amount
dto 189.600 tons, and talSM to J37 861 tons,
iIiV mntu lacreauof aauing reuels.
la other words, tb rttm tonnaAri Tin 18&4
was .boat rtie-tnghteatiUi of the waole world,
while in 1858 the steam tonnm. wu rnolhin
one-twelfth, 'ihexar tea-going brltiahvw
iels,employed la both the borne and foreign trade,
lu number, tb railing Teasels In 1854, amount.
edto 16.809, or aa average of 2o tons each,
lb sailing veseels In 1858 numbered l.2u0,
being an average of 209 toot each. Tber were
M8 steamehlpe employed In 1854, averaging
896 tons eacn. In i858 there were 82 ste.m
tbips averaging 428 toot each. IT bile tailing
vessels doling tn last four years hare alightly
decrtaeed lo average else, steamert bar been lo
cis.tlng. Slewnere average more iba double
tbe sue of tea-going va.aaia. Thla period doe
nut IncluiJ tbayear In which tha "Ureal East
ern" wu regUuBred. kocaon tha moustar ship
with tha mber steamers of Ureal Britain and tha
averag Mis will amount to 453 tons.
Looklrg at the Tissebibullt every year, the
prniiortlnu of steamers U sttil greater. Ia 1857
there were 1.085, resaets built, making a groe
tonnsge uf 250.472 and of Ibis amount of ship
ping 62 918 wersttesmers, being mora than oo.
llfih of tbe whole. Uf tbe. new reaaeis built
durum 1857, mure than fifleen-elxteentha of th
II earn tonnsge wu uf Iron, while Just about an
euual proportion of tbe tailing Towels wu built
ot wood. Ibis enumeration cf Trssels In
cludes tb river steamers and all, while tbe
former recotd of the tonnag during four
rears wu of eea-goUg vestals axclutlve.
1'. From one Parilameotary report w learn
tbat the entire number of stumers (river and
ocean,) owned and registered tn the kingdom bi
1785. lhe river si earners are all small, and
nearly all built of wood. To complete toe record
of 1857, It must be mentioned that 157.G83 tons
cf shipping, (Including 7496 tons of steam re
sets were wrecked, and 9022 tons were broken
up). Of these, I860 tons were steamers. Dur
ing tbe same year, tbe tonnage "sold and trans
ferred" (meaning, unquestionably, to other na
tions and flags.) amounted to 352.669 tons. Of
theee, thirty thousand and nineteen tons were
Steamers, lo ulve a aummarv. nna.Afth tA tha
hipping built during th year, one-sixth
or ine Teeseis broken up, one-tenth of the amount
sold and trautfened, and one-twentieth of th
tonnage wrecked, were steamers. 1 his shows a
most fai or tile record for ateamera. The nrujor-
tlon of steam veeU built Is constantly gaining
on tb sailing vealt. while tbe proportion of
steamers wrecked, broken up, or sold out of tba
kihgcV. ni Is much leu than the proportion annu
ally built. It I not uninstrucllve to th Ameri
cans to know that more than fif'ean-slxteenths
of the steamships built bl Uraat Britain, includ
ing that monster, the Uraat Eastern, are of iron.
There lately died at Bombay, a Tarsee mer
chant, Blr Jamsktjeb JxrxEfiaor, ths first n
tlve of lllndostan who wu elevated to tbe rank
of Baionet,an hereditary title, yet which does
noi belong to the fJntlsh peerage, u many of our
cobtemr.irarles think, the lUuttrattd If em of
tht World lately gar A portrait of thla Indian
gentleman, with a memoir. Ills will hat been
proved In tba Supreme Court of Bombay, and the
whole of bis property, real and personal, wu
worn under 85 lacs of rupees 8.500.000.,
which amounts to 12.800.000 In American
money. Thla U, perhaps, th largest fortune
left by any Untlsh subject, not a nobleman, fur
tbe Marquis of Wbstmibstbb, who owns one
half of the" West-end" of London, besides vset
lauded estates ln the provinces, baa an Income of
X800.000 per annum, which, taken at 80 vaara
purchase, might be capitalised at X240.000.000,
which is equivalent to 1200.000.000 of our
money. Ibelat Dwarkajiautbt Taoobe, of
Calcutta, wbo died of a broken heart, aora
twelve years ago, because bis fortune bad dwin
dled down, la tba commercial panic of 1847, to
the amount of only 'lea Million dollars, wu
worth three time u much, at on time, and
commenced tb world with only a few ranees.
There are several merchants and bankers In
London, who ar respectively worth from one to
four millions sterling. In Manchester, In the
spring of 1850. six local bankers dined together
at the Albion Hotel, on particular day, and
wer said to represent between them X12000.000.
equal to 00.000.000. Theee be th true money
kings. Wb h tut, when a man la suppoaed to have
100.000 he Immediately obtain tb brevet ti
tle of Millionaire.
In looking over soma old panera recently, uvi
a correspondent of th Philadelphia Priti, w
lighted oa tbe following gewiat proclamation of
the Hon. Sam IIocstos, formerly Governor of
Tennessee, and now Governor elect of the Stat
of Tex a. We append It as It appeared la th
KuhTille Banner, th editor of which paper ac
compailed It with tb remark that It wu pub
lished "u a matter of business." Tb Ualtct ar
the Governor's own:
A PROCLAMATION 1 1 I
Whereas, I have recently seen a publication origi
nating in the Cherokee nation, out of th Mlaauugn.
pi, dTod "18th May, IS31," end signed "J. Sm".
which said publication, or letter, hu been publlahed
ln aeveral newarmpers, such u the Kentucky Report-
TI Ji, . . """ "grp, aa, ana aa i presume
It will flud a general circulation, notwithstanding the
absurd personalities which It contains; snduUul not
tb firat which bu found Its way Into public print,
o -ntelnmg rtdlculoua end unfounded abut of met
Now know all men by theee nreaenta, that I, Bah
HoctToa, late Governor of the Btate of Tenneawe,"
do hereby declare to all scoundrel! wAemsoreer,
tbat they are authorised to eocuee, defame, calum
niate, traduce, Blander, vilify, and libel me, to any
extent In mreowel or ririeore abuse. Aud I do fur
ther proclaim, to whomeoever It may concern, that
they u hereby pfrmitttd end authorized to write,
inane, print, puDuiu. ana circular the urns, and
that I W.-UI In notrfs hold them reaprmalble to ms la
law, nor boner, for either the use ot the "raw maf e
rtaf," or th6rewrion of any or all of the above
named article a, connected with tba "Amerlcn ey.
trml" nor will I have reoouret to ntiUtltaufon In
any aaae wherever, where a conviction wou'd eeoura
to tbe culprit tbe dignity cf a penitentiary reetdenoe.
And u some Ingenuity hu already beeu dUplayed
ln the exhibition ot specimens, aud others n..y be
Induced to Inveat a tmall .capital In tha buatneaa,
from feeling! of emulation and an Kcbliiir after ex.
pertinent. Be It known, for tbe ttpecial encourage
ment of all Bcoundrala hereafter, u well u those who
bare alteedy been engaged, that I do lolemnly pro-
poae, on the flret day of April next, to give to tbe au
thor of tha moat tlrnant. re lined, and irwtnfou lie
or ralumnp, a handsome gill copy (bound In sheep)
r4 tbe Kentucky Reporter or a snug pUUn copy cf
tbe Tutted Mores rrbyrorjA (bound In dog) atnc
Given under my hand and private tul (aaefnif no
seal a efflee), at Naahvllle, In th. Stale of Tenneaaee,
13th July, 183L SAM. UOCsroN. lu S.J
A Oawatryaaaa'a View wf tk Opera.
A witter In one of the Wuhlng on papers thus
records his impressions of Italian opera, u It
stinckhlmwheahebeardlt at tha Mew York
Academy of Music:
I had heard a great deal of ths Academy of Music
The Academy of Minna 1 not a theatre. I never
went to either but once In my life, and I don't quit
tmnjaretanri tie difference between tueuit only In the
theatre you do catch a word bare and there, and la
the Academy (f Mualo you donti and In th theatre
tbe big drum p'ayed only little while at one, and
lu tb Academy of Mualo It wu ranging .11 thetiinei
but there Is a great difference between them, If you
can oay find It out. The building iteelf waa a marvel
of white int, and red doth, and gliding, with Mini
circular giaded lien of seat!, aod aatiauahlng lit tie
Cupid, without any clothe on, tuok Inti rry
nook end corner, and three or four rows of gsiler
lea, and th brigbteat of gu t and there were . great
many women who thought they looked pretty, and
did i tnd a great many wore who thought they did,
and didn't l and tome wore bonnets, and aome wore
anything but bonnet., and many Oeraiant .ad many
Americana with hair on their lliia, and occaaionally
on then- Lead, and whit kid giovu on tbelr hand a,
fluttered about here and tbera, and aeemad to be
trying to makt themselres agreeable, and perhaps
they did, I don't know i end after a while a maa
down by tbe stag wblakrd his stick, and ths big
drnm ttruck up, and tb ourtala roes, and there wu
a wood, Budt.euty or thirty men marched Into It
and none of tbelr Blockings came up to their knees
and nons of tbelr fiocka came down, and not .
trouter among tb. wbole onmp.ny, and verytluag
tbey id w. In Italian, end tbey did not say any.
thing at all, but aung It, and they flourtabed awhile,
," u went on, auu
vou u en went on, na . ooupi. or. women C.me On.
dreeeedln soms outlandlab costume, and one seemed
S and lue other, with an arm
ige hammer, waa oontlnuallv tilcklna her un
krpt up a .toady fainting ud lopping aU the timend
chattered Ifka a magpie In all tn mtervala, and then a
iuru .un .UUiM ... ,.n rmmv wnmmtr. ,nr .iui
man eame, end the aledga hammer went on", and tbe I
wj.uo.wer uounora into in mans rma,en tow
Ihattr twIuaiTinail aitisl hmiKiurl t-alr axiwaJsa iIbta than
tbey rebounoed end bounced buk again, like the
pun uaua in elrctrio experiment, UU tnu acana waa
overt and tben thirty or forty men and women came
on, and one waa euppuaed to be . prlnon, and be wore
white embroidered pantelete, a great deal too abort,
and "ankletle ahnea, and a light-blue thing where
bit wat ought to hare beeu, that looked like a yoke
night-gown with the tklrt out (IF. and be wanted to
marry th falntlag wavu.n, and aha did not want to
marry blm, and bar old hunchback father, og uncle,
or aonieuodv, aaid aba abould, end aba wouldn't, and
swore dreadfully, and hs yelled, and tbey all yelled,
and ah fainted harder than ever, and tney all got
Into a terrible "muaa," a the Mew Yorker would
aay, and I dou'tknoa whether thar ever got out of
It, fori left them there.
Joint Mastekbom, of New York, th person
arretted in llaveibill, Vut week, for attempting
to pa-a a fraudulent check for 9i0 upon Hew
Yolk, turns oat to be a great rogue. II hu
been recognised by the tellers of th MantuVc
turertandTradurs Bank of Portland, and th
Arcade fiuk of Pro idence, u tb man who
passed spurious checks at thou Institution.
Ibe prUouei U aonfln! La LAwraoee Jail,
Tarjoian serea rrvolntL-,. ....... ...-
Urlng ia Mala. ' a"r" "
Irk Kptacopnl Itouu of Bishops have rretlvaA
ta bold their next convention la iw fork.
Tni peepl of Canada bar pnrcbased Wnx
t.M Ltob MACBBwzra a fin homestead ln T
Thb JflrmficifmfAvbai bwn twarebased br
Ticbjiob A Ft tax, of Boston, who will contln-.
nt to publish It.
Tna Englhrh papers nport aslngnjr marrUgw
which recently took place tb brld being
eighty-two, and tb bridegroom her foaruanta
( r ) husband, twenty-two yean younger.
A wealthy farmer, 75 years old, wu latalr
tried In Cayuga county, for aaaault, with Intent
t commit a ran apoa a girl 18 yean of Sura.
Ila wu fined 9250
liow can wa complala of Iba treatment which
Mr. Wau hu received La China. I'be autbori.
ties at 1'ekln, hav evidently conformed to tea
custom of civilised nations, and bare "presented
him tb freedom of th city tV a box."
Eu WatwwBioirr Bctlbb, wall known ia
New York u th "Wu Man,1" died la Londoa
of coogeet Ion of the brain, on tbe 24th alt, il
bad been there for soms tlm selling tracts oa
Tna people of Boldarnesa, B. II., announc a
levee, tb proceed uf which are to be devoted ta
tbe purchaee of a heart. Th bill nonouoce
tbla to be an enterprise, In which every ona
should take an Interest.
Majob Kobxbt EiLIS. well known and aa.
teemed for his gentlemtnly qualities and u be.
Ing one of tbe sorrlvots of the Lorac expedi
tion, died of eoniumptKiri, ln Mew Orleans, oa
Friday night but, la the thirty-fourth year of hie
A rm Sundays since tbe good people of a
quiet rural Tillage, near CarlLde, Tena., wer
much astonished one morning by the appearaooa
at cburcb, in a aoiid, orderly phalanx, of Vak
h ten's entire show company, who happened ta
be stopping there over tb Sabbath.
La Mocktai announce It to be hit purposa
to construct a small balloon, about tbe size of
the Atlantic, for topical ascensions and experi
ment., and then have a monster to croas tha
ocean with, lie think ba will be ready with hie
large balloon In Hay.
It ta stated that a correspondence hu taken
place list ween Lord Ltoxs, the British Minister,
axd Secretary C.rw, regarding the San Juan Is
land dispute, uen. Cam maintains our right
to the Island. Tbe Government, however,
awaits tbe report of Uen. Scott before coming;
iu a uniu reaotuiion.
Mb. Ursrv War, of Amherst, Maine, bad
bis leg broken below the knee aeveral years ago.
On Monday tut, u be wu paaeing behind his
oxen, one of them kicked him on tbe spot of tha
old fracture. He feinted Immediately, and, al
though receiving no other Injury, died la a fa w
Tii a Governor of Vermont, tn his annual raes
uge to the Legislature, state that ta expen
ses of tbe State, have, for several years, exceed
ed tbe revenue. lie complains of encroach
ments on tb executive authority, by th pro
ceeding Senate and House of Kepreaentatlrea.
and trust tbelr example will not be followed.
In one of tha Portland Sabbath schools recent
ly, a scholar la repeating a vara from tbe ew
festament, gave it a somewhat cU&Vrent readlna;
from the original text, although, nerhapa. It was
not so very far out of tha way. The reading of
the scholar wss tblsi "for if yaloie them which
love you, what reward have ye? Do not STta
the republican! ao 1"
A kbw Catholic Church, called St. Aloyslas
Church, casting 50.000.wu dedicated la Wash
ington, on Sunday, la tne presence of one of tha
largest audiences ever assembled In that city.
Tbe IYetident and bis Cabinet, and the greater
part of the Federal gad Municipal officer of tba
Capital ware present. 1 ba dedicatory sermon
wu preached by Archbishop Uvohes.
Obb of tbe Boston philanthropixta, also a
Splntualst, endeavored to Ixduce ErrwAni
KvrRKTT to prealde at a meeting In behalf of
the Indians, ona night but week, by telling him
that the spirit of Wehstsb requested it. Mr.
Evebitt replied that a very long and ardent
Dlendahlp bad existed between blmaelf and Mr.
WBBSTBB,and becculdnot consent to receive
any communication from him through a tilrd
' Dow. A.1T. IIaivscowb, protnlntnt folltlclaa
of Michigan, and Speaker of tha iUMmbly of
that Btate In 1847 died at Marquatta, Lake Su
perior, on th 4th Ins'., of hemorrhage of tha
lungs. It Is announced aa a singular fact, that
bis wife (at that time a long distance from him)
dreamed, during tha night of bis death, that ba
bad died, and related the dream to her friends a
day or two bafora tha IntaUigenc of his death
Titr editor of tha warrentown (Va.) Flag has
In his posaeshlon a plain gold ring one hundred
and atrtj-eight yean otdl It bu engraved on
It, In old style, them worda i "J. Vf., obit
March ye "th, 1721." It wu plowed up by ona
of the servants on a plantation in the county of
King Gbobob. Tbe ring Is of pure gold, and
Is supposed by aome to bare bun the property
of the father of Oen. Wabiiibutob, u the Ini
tials, we believe, are th sams. 1h owner haa
lieen offered and refused tb sum of two hundred
dollars for It.
The Chairman of tbe National DemocrstXa
Committee bu leased a call for a meeting of tha
Committee to be held ln Wuhington, on tbe 7th
of Eecember next, to designate the time for
holding tb next National Convention. Tba
Cincinnati Convention of 1856, selected Charles
ton as tbe piece In wblch tba next atlonal Con
Tentlen should be held, but It was' left to tha
atlonal Committee, consisting of one r present
atlve from each etata, to fix tha time. It Is be
lieved that a day in th early part of It ay wfll
Mas. Sarah D. raRxcrs, of Bochester, X.
T., bu recovered 5.000 of the S, X. Central
Batlroad, for damage. In consequence of tba
death of her husband, by tbo breaking down of
tha hallroad bridge over the Sauqnolt Creek, In
May, 1858. Tha railroad company refuted to)
ray damage In this esse, on the ground tbat
Mr. fxBKixs wu traveling on a free pau at tba
time be leosived the Injuries of which be died .
tbe ssld pass having on tba back tbe usual stipu
lation with respect to liability on the part of tha
company In case of accident.
Cmir Justice Lowaie, of Pittsburg, Pa,
whoee driver wu fined J2J for a violation of tha
Sunday laws In driving bis family to church,
bu paid tbe fine, and published a card, In which
be mi s he wu quite ignorant that ba bad been
allowing a transgression of tha law, though ba
bad studied It carefully, and officially declines
carrj log tbe cam further, because tbera may ba
suitors before tbe Supreme Court, tn other cases,
and they ought not to ba ambarrsased by having;
one of Its judges pecuniarily taterested. Judga
Low rib Is one of the three Judges who rendered
an opinion advene to the Excelsior Omnibus
Company, s few years tinea, fur running oa
Otb day but week whO Mr, aVAaTKUB)
Ltrwis, of Johnsonbury, Wyoming county, was
engaged about a tombing machine, be waa
caught by hi frock In tbe machinery, which
commenced tbe operation of irindrnghtm up, Ila
WU whirled half way round and suoceeeded fat
grasping bold of the feeder' stand, and haaur
fast until the rope wound bis frock and Jacket
over bis bead, and tba pin ttruck blm Just be
low the right eye, Inflicting a frightful wound.
Ills frock wss torn off. all but the wrlatbaada,
aadthebtndligwu ao strong about tha neck
that It skinned and bruised bit neck badly.
Tire D. S. steamer Minnesota Is in th dry
dock at Charleston, Mass., undergoing repair.
A survey of the hull shows tbat she Is entirely
unseawortby in her preeent condition. Scarcely
a stroks of th axe upon any part of the halt,
above tbe water line, the knees, deck timbers,
and tbe timbers around the port hole, bat fall
into soft, pulpy and rotten wood, there moat
tav been something radically wrong bt tba
character of the timber used tn the constructloa
of tb vessel. She wss bul t at Philadelphia of
wood seasoned at Noifolk, the climate of which
locality may bare bun the cauu of tbe defeat.
It Is apprehended that tbe Colorado, built of
the same kind of timber, U la a similar con
dition. Joseph Lact was, a short time since, con
victed of tbe firing of town of Uahkosb, anal
sentenced to fourteen years imprisonment, seven
asys oi eacu muiibu euituu-y oonnnemem.
spring, he opened a house of ill-fame InUah
k,fh WU, wblch anon became so notorious:
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tbat tbe citizens or mat pi.es requuted hint
Mveral tunes to lesve. Us Invariably refused,
and finally carried bis evil doings to such a
pitch tbat tbey burned bis houee and drove hint
out of tbe place. He left, swearing rsvsage,
aid on the night of the 10th of May tb town
WU fired and 500.000 worth of property de
stroy ea. s ue inn uiieu eeverai asys, in oe-
feno attempting to produce an aWi, but stg-
Bsliy raiting, in proof wu eoncliuir, and ba
wu convicted and sentenced.
Tab bochester Union mvs, on tha nursery
trade In Monro county! VVheu w sttt that
contracts ar made by single Individuals, for
trees, to the amount of (30.000 and 10.000, tha
reader can readily form an Idea of tha magnitude)
of the trade, lieu buyer com from all parts
of tha United 8tates the most, bewever. front
tbe West. If we tsy that oaa ulilloa dollars
worth cf tree will be tent from this country
next fall, wa do not think the figures ara too
high. And perhaps, half of this turn U sxpauJ
ed bare for Labor,