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Terms of Subscription. THK AUVtHI'lsJiH i published every Wadncsdsv, l ihe exceedingly low price ol TWO DOLLARS prr annum in advsnca Ho subscription received fur a lew tuns ibsa monih. Announcing Candidates- For biste or District Oibce. . . .10. For Count Offices 5. THE "ADVERTISES OFFICE" situated two doors South of its bomh easlcorntr of the l'ublie square. Uuctrp. From tb1? Home Journal. The Beam of Devotion. BY CEOBCI P. MOBBII. I nver could finl a good reason Why sorr j-.v unhidden should stay, Ar.d Jj.lt tht bright joys of life's season lie driven unhrtded away. Our care would wake no more emotion, Wtre wu w our lot but resigned, Than pell.U-s flung into the ocean. That leave scarce a ripple behind. The world has a spirit "of beauty, Which looks upon all for the best And, while it discharges its duty, To Providence leaves all the rest: That snirit'sthe beam of devotion, Which light us through life to its close, And sets like the sun in the ocean, More beautiful far than it rose. V THE RIPLEY ADVERTISER J. Jr. Ford, Two Dollars in Advance. Publisher and Proprietor. Volume XVI. RIPLEY MISSISSIPPI, TIK'AH CCUKT7, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1858. Number 18. Public Meeting in Vir!jinia--GoV.! evil, and commanded with menace "Does he Love me!" BT LCI.IA LltDI. I wonder if he loves me, When he says my face is fair, And his dear Laud softly lingers, 'Mid the ringlet;, of my hair! I wonder if be loves me On, whisper very low, Bright, starry orbs of evening, The secret if ye know! Clear streams that ripple softly. And birds that sweetly sing, If he ever said he loved me, The joyous tidings bring! Blue-violets that he gave me, To the rosebuds in my hair, In pretty perfumed whisper My happiness declare! Oh, arure eyes, and tearful, Brig' it flowerets of the dell My luii'd heart was fearful You'd nothing ".wed to t:ll!" Then close your petals softly, Oh, blue eyes sink to sleep, For violets that he gave, Ye must not see me weep! A dear arm stole around her, And on the lured one's breast, Young Kittie ceased to wonder Shu knew that she was blest. Wise's Course Denounced. Tim citizen of Montgomery county, Va., held a public meeting at their Court House on the 5th of April, and Massed, astri.ng preamble and resolu tion sustaining i lie Ad itinisi ration ol Mr. Buchanan u the Kansas ques tion, an I denouncing the course of Gov. Wise. The meeting seems t have been without distinction ofparty. Among tlie resolutions passed, were the following: 1st. tie it therefore Jiesalivd, That of coimiuli-ion. Whether she will choose the Union as a lesser evil, or unbuilt to it by compulsion and aban don her Mell-goverument and surren der her destinies to your control. yu will surely test, if you get the power, and the lime wiM surely prove. If she yield to your a Ivi.-e or to your com I mnnds, sue will de-eive to sillier all the wrong and all I he sha lie inu ean land will accumulate up. u her head j Hut as honor, interest, self preserva- parrnt attempt to gf I tlie ,'Tha Hon. T. F. Marshall, on his own Conversion. The Hon. Thomas F. Marshall has ad Jressed the following It is charao lion a'l t h.it is dear to Ireeineii -all we approve the policy ol M. Uuch- " " ' ',. ; anan's Administration in regard to the I a"J '".V Hovere.gn States, ei adm.ssion of Kansas, and that our,,"'r "'''"V without the I ninn. I Uepteseutative in Cong.es i hereby j tru" h," wl" B'veyou lull demon-tra-;f.,rm. .i.t u.-v,.. ... ! Hon ol her courage and sell-reliance. operate with the Administration in it patriotic, elforts to secure the admis sion of Kansas into the Union, at the present eion of Congress, under the Lecomptou Constitution. 21. llctolvcd, That we disapprove of the course pursued b Guv. Wise in hi recent and continued opiosition to the Administration, and especially in hi opposition to the admission of Kan a a a State under the Lecoinpton Constitution; and we are free to de clare that, in nurnpiuiim. the opinions by refusing any. the least concession to your tlemuiid, and by resenting your menace and repelling your at tempts at coersioii in such manner as will prove that the spirit of the fa ther, who. at Yorktown and at New Orleans, consummated in triumph our I wo war of independence. start of the held the former. A f.irciblt! blow world s opinion in an intended ijuar- iroiii the unencumbered hand caused rel wastucverinade. him to release hi hold, but only lisrutire bearing may be shown in a to change hi attack to another few hue. The l-jinni-ior boasts that 'quarter, and burving hi teeth in .Mr. in co o n tilling his sway in France, W.'s ln,i he continued to wrench and d'l.-iiinati Cmnnierc.ul he awnded u levivnl of In aminos!- chew the Ile.,h. lies of the First Napoleon, arid the I lu the meantime, a m in working in thought ol his vengeance, that he I'os- the field, attracted bv the crea in of lered the alliance with Kngl nd and tile w.,,nui before fainting, and con peace with oilier European Stales, ! tinned crie of the daughter, l Mr. (hinting that this wa desirable to op- Wlnlworih. who observed from the hold Europe against America,) that 'window the desperate situation of her FTSSt Hates cf terrlisirg. F ir a square of ten hues or Urs. firm in-rrliuii .j fj E u h suUeijU' iil iiiscrii.iu tJ i'ruiestiunai curds of 10 lii.e or ksi, Ills, l ltd one yer ! For six niiiiit, j , j J-'or li,ree mouth a but rfcar,y a.Jtni,t,i ir, a ,:U: . , counr Hill he ina le. V,. . s-. jjijit-r uiscoiiiinuca uniji M.j ge air pid, unless ( uuuun o ' Cash required for all job-wc: ; sir. rH- Teacher Stabbed by a i uj.il. Mr. JJrann.r, h leaeh-r b c ;;.a tiou, was foully ftitbbed oil letter to the 1 ev,',, ,ro. e ol his stud, n;-, , , I I ifi.lru . .. I ll'l ,."t.v ji-aia ui.i i tit it i. iwi-frat iilav it.. i i..F ... . r ti teristioofthe man: ;,.,. i. tt " (, v m" k, '.l Z In a notice which the Cn nnu rein! j (irolane languaif. ; he a-ldre-d : the other Jay w; kind enough to lake j b iv Win Collins an i h'. j," of m v di-coutoe at Smith 4; Nixon', j Muat he said. ',',e jH,j -c-. ;,-.j i tin 'l'f irillfrMn. it ilna dial. I il,..i I l,,ull. ..I..... .1 1 ' ..-.vj intii i " ; riijn,n Hif lea, rj, c f,, haJ embraced Christianilv, from ' him, "V'ii:a.ii com- in:,. u. winch it hi bser, ti war, Hiid was, indeed, every thing to 'rived at ihe crisi, and after a severe The Southern Pacific Railroad. Our contemporary oflhe Appeal in vite attention to the communication of Fir.LiisToM." which have appeared and principle avowed bv Window)! in that paper, as picseiitiug the claims I ) , . ...!.... I.. , .. i , i- . : ...i:. l ...:.u I '""I rrjicu uic scHitrnnus u in iccitngx oi ei ther or any oflhe jmltUnU part.es u' SoHth'ixstern Virrinia itiirr.i it. . i v..t mik i i ti. .I. he was ti ue through lit the liussian fi ner, hastened to the house an 1 ar- i i ..i,., .., i i .. .n... i ... .i , , .1 ... I i c . .,,., i n ii i V'-'V d"J .. -'vmg letter containing an al.un- ion Ihe way, re-,.,, ,m . , j with the small-r dog uc- ,l,.-nC.i,,,,. .,i.,,....,..,, k ... i ... n' ,,r ,.. ,r .1 1 ; - - w ,,, iKn, rn.ii iu t illia.li, - J I ! , I- fc 1 1 ii ii if. t. i i v. iiiii ,v ( whli'll Riirntv m vdM,l..i,.l .. I , Irt ii.).. . I. . , iu iUIJ ..min,cui mi, If ., , ri.'IVP InlllfJ I IWi ..IiiiskIi B.i.1 k... ........ 1( . , . , . J ,..,, IITJ Hllic llll , ,'l, . U i..,Se. og cnoKiog t. ,()t rem ite idea of doin -o. I wilts House, an w.i di I , no infi.t very ,tir copy o the Se izures, which ! oil'. Mr. II i - en, i, ami in winen alone l reter lorlianee. and on hi leturn wa-oh erw .i rehgiotH truths. I have never know i to tall s. verol ti P. ,, ,, f .u uin ui-ueivKo any one, and a a con Ntrained to take :hi method ot mi ! ceiving the public. Re.pMcif,,!) T.F. MARSHALL the Indian insurrection did not take advantage icribed to the Indian that throughout all this neeii expo-ed to aliacKs Iroin con spirator and refugee sheltered in that when broke out he of it, but uh Itelief Fund, period he ha en "minter cceded in driving lie, who still held the him against the reeled bv In in to knock the dog on the ' head with an axo, which was accord kill le! ill I,,,;,." a wiit r .-ti ii -k him un -e or m ice I I With a switch, Willi a in lelmae.-t th I certainly; but have a j blow, and made his escape by running I. .." .1... . ... ...I! I ..O l. I, .. . '. f ran hirer ht n otne dis- l.ngl.inJ, that both Ihe late and the ingly done, and the dog thrown aside present iirilish Cabinet have admit- for deal, but he revived in the course led the truth oflheH circumstances; ' of an hour, and went about the prcin ihal coQ-eqtu'iiily he has a right to ise m if nothing had occurred, demand guarantees lor the repression As may be expected, Mr. W. wa of the dangers with which he is I assisted to the house in a deplorable threatined; thai Knglitud, recognizing J condition. The following day the tlie prper value oi me alliance, win larger uog was not, and it I tlie in 3d. JirsolvcJ, That we approve the course ol those members of the V ir ginia Legislature who hud the manli ness and patriotism to endorse the policy of the Ailmini-ti ation, and to deny the authority oflhe Governor of irginia to speak for them upon this vital question. on he Remarkable Sight Dkscent or Bolt ok Ftae. The New York Jour nal si me that while tha New York and Vorceler train, connecting with the Commonweal th, wa pamg A an tick a few mornings ince, a ball of lichtnini. as Urjre a the two list of n man. descended, ran along the tele graph wire, and exploded with a re tiort as loud aa a cannon. The wire wa coaurnnd. and the pots within a space of half a mile wern shivurerl from top ta bottom. 1 he passengers on th f 'ain were -enily ilirnied, a the ball of fire wa all the tune in tight, and i'ie explosion seemed as if beneath ' ii cars. Ha l ihe train been under thi wire it must have been struck. Memphis Appeal. Mrs. PxaTiNCTOW os thi Sepovs. As I'-sual, Mrs. Partington was seated in her casv chair, meditating on the chain ot e vents which Ike ha 1 just fini died reading to her from the paper of the day, when mvol iintarily an effusion broke forth from her lruitful brain, the effect of an over sensitive temperament, as she exclaunad, "Oh, Ike those horrid sea boys! I always thought that if my Ike should ever incline to be a '.a boy, I would rather see him die. Oh! thay are so beastly, they will never sign teetotal in anv country. I fancy that these tta bous would not have done all these bad things, Ike, my dear, if they had been sober sea boys; but tneir only cry is, -jug-or. nought for ever!" O, that Jug! Ike, O that Jug!" Here her spectacles dropped, and she ruminated again. K5SThe influence of the "awakening," although now exceeding anything ever be fore known in this city, is spreading wider and wider every day, with the happiest re sults. Numbers have been added to the different churches, and many more are crowding to the altars. The feeling is deepening and penetrating all classes, the sterner as well as the weaker sex. A closer union seems to exist among professors, and a common sentiment and impulse pervades and moves the whole. When such a union really exists, the Christian , Church moves onward with all conquering power. Atlanta (Ga.) American. An Alleged Engagement A.Tiong the spectators at the Boston Mu seum lk ft week, to witness the tragedy of "Jar. g.Vire," was an affectionate pair of lovers, woi,1 had visited the theatre evident ly not for the purpose of seeing the play, hut to pass atvay the time in sentimental rroximity in o.ther words, in "courting." A young lookm" feJ'ow immediately behind 'heia seemed much delighted with their I fonJnM th.i tha audience might not in doubt concerning that of which he ws convinced, he took from his seat a large placard, which he placed on their shoulders, (they were so near thatthiscoui'dbeduae-) Jo ue placard wa printed in lar;e lcttiT ihe word "Eniraired." The act was aee.a iy many and "brought down the house." Boston Journal. Poor LiTinj. A good Methodist minister at the West, who lived on a very small sal ary, was greatly troubled at one time to get his quarterly instalment. He had called on bis steward a number of times, but bad each time been put off with Jome excuse. His wants at lngto becoming urgent, he went to tbwkteward and told him that be must nave hi money, a his family wtre 'a 'firing for the necessaries of life. "Mnnej!" replied tht steward. 'Vou preach lor money' I thought you preach lor the good f souln." Souls! ' replied the minister; "I can't 'at souls, u4 if I could it would take " thounJ ub a y:3 U make a 4ra usaaL" Senator Clay, cf Alabama, Souther a Subuiisaion. I do not doubt llint you think will yield all you demand. I do not doubt you believe you can extort from her (ear ol vour power all that you can reduce from her love of ihe Union. I believe you expect to excite discord among her own sons mid to array against the slaveholder all who are not slaveholder, by persuading these that they are oppressed and wronged. liut the example of Kansas, where there cannot have been more than two hundred slaveholder out ol six thousand pro-slavery voters, should have taught you that the sons of the South know and feci that they have a common interest in preserving the in stitution ot slavery; that they must keep the negro in hi normal condi tion of slavery or destroy him, or sur render to him their country. I do not fear that you can delude uiid beguile ill tun to their own eell'-desti-uctk n, or the desolation of their country, know you count largely upon th defections and desertion of .Southern leaders; and I comes, with shame and regret, that you have but too good reason for your calculation in the mortifying example we have furnished of those who have betrayed their trust and broken their allegiance to the South, not, perhaps, because they loved her less, but the Union more, and themselves most. I know it is idle to try to disenchant your mind of impressions which you are found to retain and wish to be true, but which 1 think dishonor the South, wrong the North, and may dissolve the Union. Yet, at the hazard of your ridicule, I must tell you that Alabama, in common with all her Southern sis ters but two, has, by the universal voice of her people, as expressed by party conventions, by popular assem blies, and by her late and former Leg islature, resolved: "That she will and ought to resist. even (a a last resort) to a disruption of every tie which bind her to the Union, any action of Congress upon the subject of slavery in the Disliict of Columbia, or in place subject to the jurisdiction ol Congress, incom patible with the safety, the domestic tranquility, the rights and honor of the slaveholding States, or any retusal to admit as a Mate any territory here after applying, because of the exis tence of slavery therein; or any act prohibiting the introduction n slavery into the Territories or any act repeating or materially modifying the law now in lorce for the recovery ot fugitive slaves." If thi be mere bravado, she shares the folly and the shame in common with twelve of ber S.m'hern sister. While I have indulged, and shall in dulge, in no menace, or promise, or prophecy ol her course, yet I can and will say, lor myself, that in the day of her sell'-degtedation, by disregarding her pledges and submitting to your Government, I will not sit here to en dure the contumely and reproach which you justly may, and certainly will heap upon the head of her Senator. Mr oi'iliis road wuh great ability and force, an I upon a basis which conclu sively argues ucc... In advocating this enterprise we have not only the endorsement of those who differ with us upon political topics, but we have the light of experience to guide our way. The Policy ofGreat Britain, by gen erosity of grant of land and money, e-tahlishfd a corporation kiioivn as the Kust India Company; each stock holder oT which hit lor a long time been at the head of the "merchant princes" of England. The magnanimous and patriotic i grant of lexasto this Southern Pa cific Railroad cannot but produce the same result to it stockhol let's. It i known that the stockholder of thi road are only called on to pay up five dollars on each hundred dollars ol stock. The question i then a-keil, if so. how can that build the Road Can it then leave anwing to the Stock holders? We replv, of course hasten to give these guitran tees; and finally, that if she should tail to do so tlie world will perceive rauce has been entirely '-with out rtproach," and that the responsi bility for an estrangement which will be disastrous to civilization, must rest entirely upon us. Uutimely E.id of the Coalition. If wo may believe report from W'u-hitigioii, the proverbial frailty of coalitions is about to be signally illustrated by the rupture of the anti Lecolliptoii confederacy. In the first instiiice the most subtle arts of political iatrigue and personal address were employed to perfect the combination. It va-only bv an elabo rate clfort that tie mutuul repul-ion of its separate elenents could bo over come. (Jidding ihrunk from associa tion with Dougluf, and the Catholic Republican was hardly yoked to the slave driving Know-Nothing. Ci'.-iilcs lli' ie were things in the Crilteuden-M intgiinery S.ib-tilute which each party to the arrangement was obliged to swallow under protest. Such being the chaotic tendency of Texas has presented 11,40 acres of the Coalition, it wu obvious that a rich, fertile lention other. of Mr, W. to dispose of the for. ) n ci in , in i hi- I li 6 ea n acii.ng tin- .. hold tiou e Later from Europe. Anival of the Steamer Canada. Halifax, April g3. The steamship Canada has arrived here, bringing Liverpool advices of the l'Jth. commeucial'seivs. Sales of cotton for the week 7J.03J . v T' 'M ' a "' 11. ...I.... .1 i. .. u.. I'l'-huJ e. i ii..w i.uivci. luilll WITH tUlLVM fl( slightly advanced. I H ,Pa,c lm Livkkfooi., April 9. Early in the nougii, he w.li t wtek cotton opened wilh a coti-idera- Hi., uuaty v.ill ble advance on all grades, hat puces ir, no dj w, .,, sut)equeuily tell oil, maiket closing quiet ut an advance oi J lor t.n-week. Horace Grea'.ey'sCoaverBioa. Too Si. Ltiuu Leader comments a fol. luw. upju the staum .-ut that ILrao: Jix-e-h y had "gjt r..l.ijiou:" According to the lu-.t bull-tin of the U - "'s'iiw, uiai oci'.Vv-u OI Illggl-ily-pigle j Uiejries, II i. a :..- uroch-y hai I en brjug a j lo sou t..o .i.ifjlu)., ui lo so il, an I ha. u-jk.-uto groaning, in tud of olir.ek:;i ' Tuey ay t!ut li hasgiv.-n up Ka-i, uti-l liinv goes for II a-,, u. ",V. p, re. ive, (. v- I a l fa, I up i.i t mi, i, v,; ''i v a a-ji: i.i t.;e Sij.i- (, ( Vi ) Clr.cn, Heroic Tlits i !.. Ik, : ):.'. u gr. at I luv.: lost in.. 'j how tie .11 vv.u rrt' .1, si" to thi. d:v cua t i in ,i:iy ou! ilii ilia,- ; vwriiu; idtni.iis'.ra'.i I rati-! r-r, iui. r. ic t. d.-, iiowvjr, t;,ut it .viil t!u: linage ha tuitfn C;,ri.:u.ii. otiiur new liin, thu iu'.. A uud ino cr.itchiit of ihu day. Iud.-ed, it ivould bo a pitlf, if a man couldn't bulii-Vo in ih.j B.Liu, wluhaa believed in everything el.,e. turn Cut tjr aa- j.i p.-pulur Wiy There are More Pious 7o man than Lien. reason there are more pinu. President, I have not been ad dieted to singing pasns or ottering eu logies about the Union, or accustomed to regarding it as "the paramount po litical good," or "the primary object of patriotic desire." I have ever felt tbal I owed my first and highest alle giance to my Slate, and that her sov ereignty, ber independence, and ber honor, and even without the Union, should be dearer to her son, than the Union and ber subordination, depen dence and' dishonor within it. Yet, sir, the Union of the Constitution, which our forefathers made, I love and reverence and would preserve; but this Union without the Constitution, or with it as construed by Northern Republicans, I abhor and scorn, and would dissolve if my power were land for every mile con structed. By law no reserved land of the State near the line of railway can be entered for less than i 5 ) per acre. This, on the part of the State, will yield $'25 0 )0 per mile. Now, no one will pretend to say that the road through that country can cost even $'jJ,UJU per mile at a maximum esti mate. Texas has alio granted a loan of $0,090 per mile, to be returned in ten year, and has not imposed any tax upon the road. Take the estimate of the grant of 8,017, 9J0 acre, even at the low sum of two dollar an acre, it will more than build the roa 1. The surveyor's estimate of the co-t to El l'aso is I t. 031,13d, and these lands at two dol lar per acre only will produce 10, Udo H10. Liut it is not fair to limit the e.-ti male ofihe lands so lovV. The Rail roads of Illinois have created an aver age value of 15 per acre. The grant of land alone will thus not only furnish the ninety-five per cent, lor which the stock-holder is not called on, but will leave the road out of debt, fully completed, yielding an nual profits, improving even every acre of unsold land in value, and thus rendering above par every share on which only nve dollars ha been paid on the hundred dollars, together with a large suri lus for distribution (jo to I. It. Ivn kland banking' House, Madison street, Memphis, and avail yourselves of this unusual op portunity for making a judicious in vestment. The book will be open for a short time only, the amount of stock for sale being of a limited ex tent. Memphis Eagle and Emjuircr. Correspondence of N. Y. Com. Advertiser. State of Feeling in the Two Coun tries. Lonoo.s, March 12, 183S. France and England will, in my judgement be at war before the lapse of six month. Startling as this belief may seem, there is an intelligent minority by whom it it firmly entertained. The great mass of the people, how ever, comprising all classes trom the ignorant to the educated, continue to entertain the conviction that their im perial neighbor is still, and always ba been, a "faithful ally." The readers of the Commercial ad vertiser have for some time past been accustomed to the expression of a dif ferent view, and the news lately trans mitted to them by rach steamer will scarcely have tended to weaken any impression thus created. I On the present occasion the chie I item of intelligence is, that a docu ment in pamphlet form, but which in fact may be regarded a a political manifesto, ha been issued in Paris on the relations of Emperor Napo leon with England. Its expressions and sentiment are admitted to have been inspired by that personage, and it hail been looked tor with great curiosity. The elfect produced ha rt ot been favorable. To this unre flecting multitude, who are carried any way by a few nicely rounded platitudes, it appear a temperate and conciliatory ttatement; but ex perienced person, who have out grown the habit of accepting every slight shuck would dissipate it into atoms. I hit shock 'ia- been in(It,:ti d and accordingly lh Coalition is in progress of rapid decomposition The catastrophe occurred in th; following manner: In Kansas n Convention Is now -it ling, and from its labor. t:ie Do igla ite and illicit Ilepnbli -Hin were an ticipating great re-tilts. No matter if it was called by an illegal Legislature. No matter th i.ig'itlie a:t authorizing it session has b -tn pron iiince I null and void by th .'.torney lieneralot the U. Slates. It was eu rjgh lo the followers of Douglas if Kn-a should present a computing C institution to Congress, be it t'Wr so unnatural an I rick. tty an ab irtitu. It -uili ed f Ae ward that lva'iss w.t not to Ii ad mitted as a -lave tt:ate; in I ll was colilenlil the Ie;! npton instrument was rejected b' D .ng-ess. Critten den was only contented to defeat the policy of the Ad Ministration and i n pair the prestige f the Democratic party In the midst of these high hopes while the members of the coalition are exulting over fceir recent victory, intelligence comes that the spurious Convention in Kaisas has bestowed the right of sulfracB on foreigners and tree negroes! Gnldmgsis mecstacies but the other parties to the compact are disgusted beyond measure. Doug la cannot endure n equality with Ethiopians, and Crittenden refuses the rights of citizenship to alien. And so, the coalition i about to oe ui solved into it original elements. To that end nothing is necessary but firm ness on the part of tlie Senate and the Administration. Let neither hearken to a whisper of Campromise. Ihe South GENERAL NEWS. At Bombay, March 18th, it wa said that the rebel were Uceing from L ickuow, and that nearly all the city was in the possession of the Unti.-U troop The fighting hud not been very evere. Losses to troops had bei ii light. The artillery and cavalry were pursuing the fugitives. There had been a oauic ai Calcutta, find there bad b.-eu great uppreheuslulis ofati outbreak. The alarm was, how ever, unfounded. The Grand Jury indicted Bernard A op, Ursttil and oilier lor th-' at leiiipi to kill the Emperor Napoleon. Sooiri English tiliili.isiHrj h i.t f.inli. liihed llin.ineleesattheS.oice I -lands, i small revolution to become religious W i c!i they fortitie l and levied contri- ju"() powerful barrier that stand bc- bd.iuii on the inhabitariis, but after-1 '"I H t!,e Patl every man in his ap warJ ahanioiiod on the iiinou.:h of, P'oach to i lie valley of humiliation tile Dutch troop. Coadanot a Jiiloi' '.Vlfe. correspondent m H.e New York T.mis relate the following as occurring nt Waterloo, N. Y. He 'ays: La.-ly on S mJav m-irning, three p-i-one,-, named' Wil.on. Eddy, Mfsto hii I Ward.bv leignins the sick - one of thm.- n i nb-r. ent the jailor at th,, pla.-i;, M,-. P...ker. in their .1 .in i bo.jii j him, and c. 'l. Thi- .kin., (her ties o power. lo.-.kt.,.l htm r .".!b,. ol l!i II ol , -o i, . C v' ) IU IIHM1. IU V : On: : th y w.:- -; in I) -lioi ir oill'.ilg :it h I'-d re i-i er. and calm. ri :!i. it sue would DUt i 'o.jy!i tin- -r.,t man who at J c ..lie forward, r.iuiiuti somtthi.ig like tLi i e ii i I'm and the key .i.olv t tking - ' brought t')jail-.lirouih ; ,t 1 1 ; i . iy liil- ir.i.i a '.i.io.-t ii u-iiiji li-ii ;. A ruini followed; 1'Ri io.xEF --The devil you will! You don't know how to shoot it. Mas. IiAkEK. Try it and see, ifynu like! I h ue been practicing with "h,, pistol for ihe past lew day, an.it promise you I will kiil the 'fi ;. :n..ii Tlie reason there are more ninus , w',(l entries I'm-ward. women than men i not because wo- Prisovkb Wt II, if that' vour ga'ns, men are weaker or their passion less. wt" II quits with you. Now. iuu powerful, but because a feeling of f.vour choice, young woiimh -euhei le.: lepen.! heart. ence is native in the leuiale It is because the uride of i:i- I ilependence ha lit'le or no place there, h is because the female mind is to undergo comparatively equal to my will. To this Union, the assumption that a casuist may com South is commanded a a choice of men-re with, fcaey that more fraru Desperate Encounter with Dogs. The South Side Democrat say that Mr. Ihos. Whttworta, residing in Dinwiddie county, a few miles from Petersburg, was badly bitten by his own dog, a few day since, under the following circumstance. He wa on his way to the meat house, ac c impanied by a servant woman, when from some cause, hi two lnrg bull-dog flew at her. He turned, on hearing the crie of the woman and succeeded in rescuing her, when she ran some distance and fell fainting to the ground. The dog now vigorous ly attacked him, and for some lime it required all hi efforts to prevent them from dragging him to the ground. His strength wa fast falling him he had nothing with which he could de fend himself, and no one near to ren der him assistance. A billet of wood lav upon the ground, and he thought thai if he could gain sufficient time to stoop and secure it, he might be able to drive them ofT. By a renewed effort with hi feet he succeeded in forcing them back and quh-kly reached the billet, but ere hi finger reached il the larger iog taking advantage of hi position, seized him by the neek. Mr. Whit worth had now nearly given up ad hope of rescue, b it with ad mirable presence of m:n I. he strn irnnel hi rem iining strength, an I grasping the dnj hv th th-oa' sue eeedetl in ehkinr hin off and forced him agiin the hiu where h c n tinned lo hold h; n. when l!ie other dog taught bin br the arm which CaivA. The Chinese brave are as seinoliiig in la. gn numbers about Cau loii win cii ihey are determined to re take. D; 'patches hate reached Paris a.-king lor rein loroein-nts. Toe hip iVcizer from New Orleans lo Liverpool, w.ii n-hore near Dublin, 'ill p b ibl, be a total loss. l'ersi-MV li.i reliiriie.1 to I'i-hih-p. At the meeting of the Cotton Sup ply A -socialion, it wa resolved to ex u-ii I their organization and prospects L irgit polices of insurance havf been ooeued iu England for the dis patch of specie to the United Stale Ids reporteu that a serious misun derstanding has taken place between the Emperor Napoleon and the Piince Napoleon. The Arab in the vicinity of Aden had intercepted some supplies on the way to the t ort. 1 he Uritisn had routed them. Turkish troops were moving on to Alborna, to protect it from the Montenegrin. Another Shot at the Emperor. The Paris correspondent of the Boston Post, writes: The peace which was promised by the detection and capture ol'Orlsmi is not nigh. Un Monday last an other shot, I am told, was fired at the Emperor, just a lie was leaving the little garden to the right of the gate way of the Tuellerie to cross over to parterre on the other side. The shot came from a sub-officer of one of the regiments of the line. But few per son were present; and he stood isolated from the little knot nffiimeum who assemble against the grating to see the emperor pass by. No event oflhe kind is, of course, ever regiater- in the journals not even to state that the shot ha missed, as usual, nor to mention about "the star ' and the "mission'' under which and lor which, Louis Napoleon pronounced himself invulnerable. The rumor runs, that the culprit wa shot on the instant and another report declares that the character he had assumed wa a fictitious or.e, and that he turned out, on examination, to be ong to the Italian section of con spirator, although himself a French man. The story is b-lieved through out Pair, in spite of the secrecy with which it has fx-en hushel up- and I as not ten led t increase the security of tne public mind, as you may well nagine. foes not oppose the passage of the true woman. It is very rare that j inosc n no are ueiiniiiineieu "strong minded women" become religious. The pride of personal independence pi'i vciit this. So swoet and so natural a thing i piety am ng wommi that men have come to regard a woman without it as strange, if not unhealthy, and god less men often select pious wive, be cause they see that piety sofen and deepen and elevute every natural incut of mind. us pa out in peace, or sill, nit to !,-, ! your husband bruins knocl.e.,' ( ,;t agaill-t the walls of the jail Vi;:.!i do Jim hke he-l? IV. hap- ill.,; ; oat. be g-iy .'or nothing, jtl-t lo.ee I. n lying out them cull anl ti .!' .!.i v, brain lay iug around. I!.,! d pretty picture, ain't il? D i pretty wile you are, nili't ye, lo gi I "V. ii .--band killed? Coniii, now, wt, v. U v sny Let us out, and it I! bead right won't ye? nltii .-tu.tker niovi J forward a step j Mas IUki.r. T'l'Jint n.ai uliaslifs ner tha' cell du.i. And there that b aye woin,u those men lit bay for snti.rtli;i,g !;i,e half an hour, i,i, Ii, !p cai;:c, aiid they were driven into 'heir cell. Intelligence of a Leaf Mute. A mi ml of the Abie S.ca d itivb grace ofperon, and every accomplish the following nti nor i.iary anvi-.-i: of the gs3A extraordinary religious awaken ing is in progress in Atlanta, Georgia. Not a Filibuster. New York. April 19 Gen. Com- nrifort wnte a letter to the New York fl-ra'd. denvirig any end all eonne- tion with Walkee or anv ofhr filli bd'ler, un I av ihit he hai no kniwl edge of their plan nor any sympathy with them Passports to Men of Color. Senator Wilson recently applied at the State Department for a passport for D. J. S. Rock, a colored citizen of Boston, and received the following re ply from the Secretary: DerARTMtCNT or Stats, VVashisotom, April 2, ltioJ j To Ihe iW Ue -u-j) W.hn i, Sauk Cham ber: Sit: I have had the honor to receive your note ol yesterduy, with its ac coinpauiment.si In reply, 1 have to inform you that it is the practice of the Department to issue any oihm paper ilia a pissp.nt. to persons going abroad from this country. A passport, being a citizen ship, ha never, since the foundation of the Govern m?ni. been granted to persons of color. No change in tin- reyect. h.li taken n!aCi In 0Oll jten ;eof Ihe decision of the V re 1 S .'Olt ease KetdrniniJ he enclosww ill your letter, 1 have theh m-jr 1 1 be, sir Your obedient servant. LEWIS CASS. 'What is gratitude; "U atiiudo is the memory heart. "What i i hope?" " I lope is the blossom of happiness." "What is the different between hope and desire?" ' Desire is a tren in leaf, hope is 'a fl w-r, e j .ym nt is a Iree in fruit." -W'l.il is ete.-r.ity? ' Aday without yesterdsy or to-rio-rnw; a line that ha.' no end." "What i liinev -A linn that ha two en a path that lo gins iu the cradle and ends in t!ie tomb." "What is God? "Tin; n-cessary being, the sun of etenrty, the machinist of nature, th ne in' justice, the watrhmakrr of the universe, the si.ul of the world." D e God reason? ' ".Man reason beceU'e he doubts, tie ('e!'rerates; he Oicde. God is inrii-;ient; lie knows all -tliiogs; h ilie.efoie m-ver ica-ons." Florida Indians. The Mintgomery (AU) Cutt'eJem foioftheJd Inst., learns from the efficient and energetic agent oftbe Creek Indians, Col. Win. II. Garrett, who passed through Montgomery n few day ago, that Billy B3wleg and hi warrior about fifty or sixty in number hsve all agreed to remove, and that Sam Jon and his party, on ly some foi-tj in number, being tiie re maindor of the tribe, will in all proh.v uniiy coiiseni lo run;; aie, also. I lie i The Ilcoped SfcLt and 3aptisaX- At C'.iii'.ag.) last week a rt!irrmu tmg scene tok place du ing t'.ie bp tis;:i of a youiij; lady by the pastor of the Talicnia e. T!i Union say: Th't minister re quested her t i as sume the dres peoulmr to such oee. sions, hut she declined to tav of ner hooped skirt; the minister told her of the inconvenience tbit woulj result from her obstinacy, but like a true f. male she persisted; but whn she came to descen I into the bath the inflated skirt touched the water and rose up around her like a balloon. Her head wa l"t to the congregation; she was swallowed up in the swelling skirl. The minister tried to force her 9nwn into the bath, but she wa kept above price ng eed upon i some Sl.0'11 t "ie - "": P!""" the ehiels t,. ih u,,si , . oi crinoline, ami was n-toye.i or. so I 4i-,ir.,,u . ,i. itieeejfiillv thtt it was not vmlil aftff a nonni, olfered for their capture bv the Government. This method, (ays the (Vi.'i-tfovj'iG) is much mora hu mane, an I far more expeditious, than a handful of savage at double the ex pense, and of interminable duration. For a year or mire the Governm-nt hsd b-en offering $53.1 for the rapture of each warrior, and f 2J3 for ea"h squaw, and un to the present time hut o.ie hat been taken. Thi negotia tion for th-ir e-niprvinn wa conduc ted by C d nI GuTrtt in person and g-rat ert-d t i dtnehua forthe abihty ntuch dilTi "ul'V, and many forcible at tempts to sub rigr 'he ladv, that tha m'nister surrrded in bvi.ing tha fair one. Finally it wa effrtd in the relief '.f the mim-ter and the fr ouslv inclined audience, who etu1 1 not keep lo n rhuklin iathie s'rrres and laugh'-ng in their poeket'kerclurl. Anturtivrt. 't ittllfil'ytt i o d priT?p-ip!? of aTiiena -its. Bui and lec u-esre T-ry jvtlinhei- rtv. b " !h"re mntr h trutic, dsnens;, arI tVt-ri- jeals. and ntA people to.t eiciri?ii m-.- . I TI ! J IU nl.u.lgnent d..ply) t this Jell- .l,. j. k.-.? kt.W MM Si lift, .. n 2