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voir me (. TIiriiSDAY KVKXIXG, AUGUST 22, 1S50. NUMBER 32 THE II EftALD. AND rtir. IIUTLAND HERALD ' , , -u uui Jin wit irtiivi r t ni.tl.lMli, T . ItliNMW Editor A- Publisher A TITTLE, lriwtr. ! b2 j lti(tTIl .t Kin-. i-i imi !. , I i t' IMI Ml'. It iBfHw Viner , i I n .t i i.4 .i-r . ai.tii-ftfl .i. .t j -imim:mj:.n . t m tilTlosi " ' 't " nt rt)i"i .(.N U tl J IUIK Tf. ie iUt ' i :l (i.l I'ltls N W t.r. TUrd arj ' ., t ). ' IVr llir llrrnltt. oxvrt. r i (n Im- frrr.ri my rloldliooi) kni-w, ! mi l.rrk Cull rr Memory nntly 1 l "It j I.-. -. lie tHJiiitiii nl tl" TU I vii-w. . in Iwyi-m) lli" yrt lint imlrd llirm "i is ilrfi r bujlitto mr, llir sir ii btlin, t k.uit ttr tc ot ti-l rniitfiil, K iniil uch ti-nr, i fir, clm, 4 r i!ii m uPIiIium iluru rrc iiM-nt, 5iM hit Joy In ii(Jrr nVr thi- hills, kv iii tli irovtM i.l inaiir hal, ii4ii !. iiliwy of tlui iri;iii; rilla, i ji n Inn;rj toc in briglit cn- tlvir ., iJ llil Time nii(;ht p on grntktt ' tl rl' J) . llirt forever liring. II iin tntmfirrncp tli- inoiintiim rue, m ,f Ih .ummcr lair ml t() cinwli': !.. li if cluail.:ct (oiclwtii "gut l'ir . ir, Mrfinl (.Id rrr-ijirrrn lint rvrr frown i'W . i n h-r inuly mantlr n'rr llil-m flinia, V.i llinr ruwrIJ ilio! hi xMrn tM I 4 ii n llic tuiiM-t pn?il Im rmiy wmc, I i -ft mi Lime rinpuf (ilri! Iirigllt. ll.lliti; lnlinU nf I'orty arr lifrf, u .t t'r r-uc ln men ta native tu lii-r cltmc ; uii1iikjiuii id fania trniu yar to Ui ill Icfrnil rnl In her aoni; iulilimn. 7. .r i n-'Wiifn lulli luiulil know lirr laor n? Ur, m.ulil tluiw how t.caulifu! thry arc' ' tttndem, July, I "), l. j. oJtc of the K. V HcraU. "ItltlSTOL BILL." VJMi: .tt l'lltXT OP HIS KURMKIl L.IPK. Ly.shon, July 22, 18;')0. Perhaps a brief description of this : . 1 burglar, who so recently has : .aicil m our criminal tiibunal.s, may t lu deemed unimportant or un lftLihlu to tho public welfare. .if community, w far as possible, i .cull wcel understand the cliarnotcr tri hahiut of those whom she nonrih , mipjiorts and protects ; and if sc tt foes ho found proving on her i.uu, aud pnslrating her strength t., I vigor, justice and public ami pri me security reOjUiro that thoy should Ut fully cxpoucd and held up to view, i; tltat they may bo known aud read il all men. "llrbtgl BiU," frotn his own con ' niins, scciialu have been born for jUts and criiJ an J secret schemes, i t hid from good aud honest men,' nl all his lifo long has been an active .i:rtr in his maawr's vineyard, until i has grown groy in vice, and is now ri4tigu felon's just reward, lie vtv. about fort years of age, five ! ', tight inches lugh, iliin in x.ron ilitk complexion, black hair, which i fry thin on the top of his head, and hat greyish ', has'a deep, black, i lestless eye, which at a single ii.i, teems to observe all about hi ;css. ir ; his noso is small, and fore--A iimto low ; he assuredly wears 'tislcn black as a raven, and nicely Vitasned as a dandy, his stop is ijuick t'l hit ttenyjual appearance anil ad- i'm rmito peiitieuiatily ; hut, on f' itisjciion, Uie dcsfwnvdo is ap- ;uvit ui bis counU'tiaucc. An Kitglishmau by birth, his early t fc ni sttcnt in the dark alien and tern Jtu of Liverpool, London, and ilr lame elites where he receivetl ut clucition and discipline which so tatituUv hiU'd hiui for hu sutwc ttrtt succesful career, whereby ho l:ac prc-cuituent tn hit profession I vViv his fellows, and one of the most Iuujenu and destniraw villisns ever l I. .......I... Itn I' "'il UJ.Jll mu tvmmuiii.j . that after having jiasd I huts! vears of his We in tuoat sue Itftiful burglarious or-crations, he was i'. ut iirrceUid in Loudon, tried, and t&deinued to Bvitany ltay, where he ntniicd some ouinuderable lime, but Hon, by an extraordinary feu at tiauump, he allectcd hu escape fiiied a vessel, aud finally landed in V York, and immediately resumed kai comiuued tho practice of his 'Ji rrofcs-sioti, and up ti the time to cludf that justice which td-j 'tt duly be f nchlv merited. While confined in Danville jail a-' '4iig lai trial, he made souw at-1 tjiulttig and almojt incredible con-1 fcnt it of his eriininil sets and doin;s ' W iod deugtt,wb"tle in the city of v York, fmm htch it Kem tliat U a Lut one of a extensive gaAg of hleklc.". confederated, and combined together, forthe puri-ose of burglary, arrtl Bn,J SMa.Miiation. ' One of iheir hlovlv schemes, mar kcd out ami fullv determined upon, j ai the a.tt!iiiition or William II. jyv, f Ator : but some unforsccn ciretitn I"! fiances ncctimtu?. nrevcnted. at tho lilnrt. etectititm find ft.. furl ii.,-.... I.. , l I I .. .1 ..!.. i. oui i tiic cilv ol .e lotK (w madu fully acquainted with th secret or- ganixations. confederacies, ami mach- illations, that li.nl been entered into and cherished in her ti booin, ho would immediately Sound the trumet of alarm for her fcrsonal safety, nor iru dav or niiiht till her dark chain- cn ami upcrnt iloii vurt' coinplctt'ly riil of these loathsome, tlca'lly for j.ent In vice ami crime. When Ii ill nai comiuitlcil to mil- . . , . ' ......... ii, n I ill): itiir,- or fcLato pnti, ho .k rcnjiicateil by ni, raei. ,,uyr ,..,. ,, ,,. the oerer (a i hit practice with poiiml "on hor-i ha.-k,' on hi. hull. In all convict,) U umlrens ami bathe ; Mem! of n -mtilU-, he bad a (Iricii' ox thiii lie readily submitted to, ami ilnr- hide, the head part of which, iih tln in; the jirocfM, it was ilicovereil hoin ttillon, ir bad placi-doh the bull'ii that he curried marks of hard service rump. He carm-d a -hurt tin horn in (jtiite "strikingly" delineated upon hi.4 hack, and when pointed out, he very facetioufly remarked, "they were only emblems of his honorable jirofe3ioti." He is now busily occupied in mak ing scythe snaths, and acquits him rcII' like a dutiful son. He expressed at the time of his attack on tflc .State's Attorney, nil ardent wish that he might live long enough to kill Judge Poland, Hliss N. Davis, who is tho' St.-u.Vn Attomev. W .nn W. W . son, of Boston, who was a witness a- gamsi mm, mm .ir. i.ean .nareiian, . I T 1 l . t l 1...1I who was an accomplice, ami turned State's evidence, and then hu should bo quite ready to die ; but under present disabilities, he will hardly effect his much desired object. He is now in' for ten years, and he will pnbably be presented to tho next Grand Jury, who will find a bill a- gainst him, charging him with an " , ... ' b. ... ., , , assault with intent to kill the btate s Attorney. 'J his indictment will hang suspended over him till on or about the expiration ot his present term, when he will be tried, found guilty, and sentenced another ten years, as unfortunately, under the existing Mtitnto nf Vermont tint is the extent ofimtirisonraentfor crimes of which ho will stand charged, but when he shall have served out his twenty years, he no doubt will find himself r..,t..i i...t. ?..,l lt..e.irW nf tin. mm noil I.1 "7 r ;,?;:. ... I ins nri. nun bmii in mo pi wi.v.. ..... oe aitogeincr ousoictc ami uiiavniiuig. to nave ueen permitieu touring on tne Some lears have been expressed lest ground, the thing would not have turn he should effect an escape, but under id out as il did. Upon this. Hays told the vi"ilancc of the prison othccin, there can hardly be the possihiltv of such an occurrence ; urrence ; aud though tho ,. i-i i i, l guardian spin of las beloved Marga- ..II I.ab Itl'tiAjtbiiiiTj ' nml y, u un uu R.,vv...ji- eiichantmentn. should mphtly hover , around him, yet Prometheus like, ho i is bound, and all her tender sighs I nin ,l.,l.,.otn wtA...,r will hn In4r. Ilfion i ...... ..niku.. """M ' - -I the midnight breeze. Christian Meadow, his associate in crime seems to have been bom for better deeds, but under corrupt influ ences and vicious associations, he be came an efficient and dangerous in strument in the hands of his more wily confederates. He, likewise is an En glishman, has served a term of six years in the Charlcstown State Prison and bad acquired considerable cele brity as an engraver. He is a man full'six feet in height, of strong mus cular frame, erect in person light com plexion blue eyes, light hair, large acquiliue nose, wide mouth and thick lips, address courteous, and would hardly bo selected for a villain. He is a man who would probably be far more easily influenced than influ ence others ; one who would easily be come a ready tool in the hands of oth ers, but has not thatuuick foresight and cunning sigacitv which wonld en able him to plan ami lay out a success ful bloody work, but when once pointed out, would diligently pursue the in structions oi ins supcnuia , univt, was peculiarly fitted for successful operations, utidor the guidance and adroit experience of Bristol Bill. Uut Uioy nave twin met tne iaie wmui Fn.nclli cJ:ci.:iim,d. I jie nwieniwl." years ago should havo overtaken them j TJ(e cural(S of Sl Sulpiru asked the ex and all may hope that a long time ping Montesquieu, 'Sir, are you truly will elapse ere they are permitted a- conscious of the greatness of God V . '. ... ... t .i. "am to curse society wiui tucir nen- .. .. ., -...,.... . ill 7 ish tilots and murderous doings. Viator. P. S. Bliss N. Davis has recover- cp from Ihe effect of the wound in- fiicted by Bill, but it has left his neck badly scarred. Iltcti-E roa Making Coloone. Oil of Uvender 1 dram; oil of Lem on 2 drams; oil of Bergamot 2 - i r ii...1M.f ) t-mai uram.-, wi o, iwKuu ., - -""-I oil ot wnwrnon o .irop, - - r. .. . W ,1m.j . X lAntirl 1 1 titnts. wiihi o ui , iv...w i .. . A man's Hrongcst paxiioa is genwal- I? on hu weaker idj. FfHW th, M fatk ..mt l. Tifv SHAM HAY ANIMUS HUM B.UT.. lir MVV OHIO l-illlll 'I'OMitST. Sum forty year, ag-t. I lit tnm.ijrr f n rue, CMir nmr llnHviille on the .MollOlipaliela. ptlhlullilil Holler of n luce, otm unlit heats, on a i.i rlii.-jjl.tr , la for u pur-c of mm bundled dollar. "free fur antlhiuj iriA fuw hgt, anil hair un." A :n:it in the a tglihorhi.od, llfll.ll If'..'. ll.lt M l.ttlt .1.... 1... ...... i.4 il. lalm of 'r..luiS to mill .ih hi l.i.j; nf com, a - d In- lUtn mined to ,-iiu-r him f ir tin- ra.s-. 1 1 said nothing atout it lo any one ; hut he rode him amand the track n number of tunes on moonlight nights, utiiil ihe bull had tin- .V1 11,0 r"1 rr,J" "'" Tioillil ki-cp till' nulll collf!'. Hi- Imlf Hlth pun, ivliicli to bull rim. i.l. n-il pHrticulatly linjjrrf i-nlil.'. o mnrli o tlint In; alwiiv In-ltoH-fil wln-n tlirv I.... I ,:, ...i.. ri ,1, '. his hand, hi; tod to the judges' Maud mid oll'iTC'1 hull for tin; raee; hut Hit; owners of tin; hort that wrri- en tern! objected, liny- applrali.il to tin; terms ol the notice. inii:ni; that hi bull had 'Jytir leys ami hnir on" and that therefore, he had a ri(iht to enter him. After a pood deal of 'eu"in' and 'dlieuMiin, tbu judged declared them sehes coinpellid to di cide that the bull had the riplit to run, and was entered necnnlingly. he" the lime for slartinp arrived ."" """ '"" "' 'Tbu nine racers were out of humor at ""'h being bothered with tin- bull, ami at the lMlrieiu.; which tbev Mioooo d win in u.,l(,,,, ,t tl.oubt that all woubl be ovt.r , iW tta bomes started, when the signal whs piven tiny did start. I lay- give a bla-t with his bom and sunk his spurs into the bull's .-ide-, who bounded oil' with n terrible bawl, nt no tritlin speed, the dtied ox bide Hupping !'l' ml tl""" ??U" W "'k".g a coiub.nat.on of .hums that hail never been heard on a race wu ,f()ri. Th(, ,nr.u kw ,,m ,riu.k, every one seemed lobe seized wiib a Midden determination to tak. the fborteM eut to pet out of the reihtoiit;' country, mid not one of them could bei brought back in time to save their di-j tanee. The purse wa given lo Hays, i under a great deal of hard wearing on '!' 1"'" ?f '" owners oi the borM.-s A General row ensued, but the fun of the thint! put ihe crowd all on the side of the b"ul I. The horsemen contended that tbev were swindled out of tin .f .. t , .. ,v .. .. . I'""0' an." " .". ' .l'a".!" 101 I norn anil ox-liioi-, w nu-n ue ougni not mem max ins mm coum ocni any m ""'ir horses anyhow, and if limy would !" P " rcu ...mar aga.n-i . nurse vvmen nu uau won, ue wouiu nine M in hor ... n))1 nin a,.lir ,l.m. uu r .. .11.1.,,.,t .,,i ,i. ,n..v m.-ik. -pi.y . l0. t1(,-ir rv !lt t,c gtarting jmst, ami the signal was given. I lays gave tins tiuu unoim-r touch with his spur and ihe bull gave another trimemlous bellow. 'The hnre remembered the hotrible sound, and thought all the rest was coming a be fore. Away tncy went again, in spile of all the exertions of their riders, while Hays galloped his bull around the track again and won the money. From that lime tbev nicknameti lum Sham Hays. Ilu afterwards removed to Ohio, but bis nickname duck tu him a." long as he lived. LAST AVOKDS OF EMINENT MEN. The last words of Gen. Taylor re call lu mind rcminiseno of the last words of other eminent men, which might be considerably added lo. Na poleon expired amid tlm raging of a whirl wind. His last words were "Tele d'armcc." Salad in in his last illness, itiili-Hil of his u-uat standard, ordered his shroud to be uplifted in front of hi tent; and the herald who dis played his winding sbeel as a ll.iu', w:t commanded tu excl.iun nUuid, "Behold, this is all which S.iladiu, the vanquish er of the Ea-t, fames away of all bi conquests. ' The last wonls of Sir Wal ter Scott to Lockh.-irt were, 'Be a soul man, for if you do not you will feel il when you come her;.'' The d)ing Wolfe, hearing of the flight of the e was mu anser ot tim departing philosopher, -and of the hllleness of roan." The heroic Lawrence, tM-ribedl . ., .... . . .. 1 ... i amid ihe thunders of the engagement lM.ttf..fi tin. itl.fnleil ClieMil-itLr lltld the BritLbifri gale Shannon, exclaimed .. iot give up the ship." Sir Bichard Gtcttviile having fought hi single ship against n large Ilcti, until the veoel wai oer helmed by the fearful oJd and bitmelf mortally wounded, cum monnl his victors to Isear tcstiinony to hi ctiod conduct and exclaimed 'Here die I, ltiehanl Grt-nrille, with uj iyou' ,rul ouiet mind, for thxt I liave cnd,-d jjfu M atnj(J MlIdir u u, ,lo .. . fipbtins. for ins cuntrv,reiipion and rK.n oft 'htn jjlC Iarqui of Montrtjti- wa takrri and cvndcmced to die, and . hu hAd td limbt to Uj sevcttd aud hin;r! in public plncr in ilidVrriil ' town?, "I th, faid he, "I had fli-h i- i...hKii in i.r fviji iii i-Tcry ruv in v nri- 1. 1. .Mini, n a n:aionoiiT io inn mum. mr w hlt-h I miTir.' Kir Itxni-w' .n "iH'ii itihiii-miit'i! to ihr. fii-Utim-il. j itn iinmnnil ili-nth to mi', in- I will lam the purity of my roiucii'iirr.' 'N thfti- nn thing on t-nrili I ran rlo for )nu caiil Tnylor to ihr fiitirical buf fxm. Dr. Woh-ott, '(.iii is mi- hck mv 'illi, a tli" mi rcplv. 'Oli, that I mtpl.t lii i.!" ua the dylna ib of tin-1 pairmt lijuuiev, a lie tjune in Mplit of! "" "V r" , .M.i.urluHetli, "Oh that I mipbt liva-1. t tiiim-i.fM of Lie m tbe.e parts, under' n n I. r to mv eountry one M-r lee !' "'"Hi"M of the nlwlumm-ti. hem Tin hut north of Oen Harri-on ,.e, "ml elewheie. thai the owner,, of thi , a. tl.ntiph he fancied hiniM-lf ,.,!dr p-eies of propel ty Iwne bi eome itry( nit! M.me olliclal nMiate in the pov- j much nhirmeil, ami hence are tli.po.ed innnent, "Sir, I ai.Ii run to under..1" "',,,m'' ' m " "r l,,"1- of the1 the irue nrinrinlna ..f it... ,.,iv,.n.m,.iil. : i 1 n ' 1 ih theiu e.u tied out. I nk uulhing mote." " I liarrtHlnays ilonc my du ly. I am ready lo die. Jly only re gret it for the frienlln I leae behind mu ' 'I'lie.-.o were l be iiublime onU, iiidieatinp a mitiil om-eiou? of reelltude --ii i-pirit ipuoraut of fear, and a hem I full of atleetion, with which the preat and pood Taylor was pnthurcd lo hi fathers. BANCS ON DISUNION. Bang gave a dinner the other day lo se.veral of his S iullieru friend, who weie on a i-.it to the "Old Bay Stale j" and aftet t lie cloth was removed tbu wine circulated freely, when a hot Southern Slate Bights'- man mid an ul tra Free. Soiler entered into n, very warm ducii-Hon. "I contend for the rights of the Soul b, sir," eaid the Southerner; "we have u right to take our .-laves to California if we want to, without nking the North anything about il, fir " "Well, .sir, I admit that, but I ben you euy you don't want to take them there," replied the. Free Soiler. "Ye, but the North says we shall not, sir." 'But, sir, the people of California themselves have deei led the question, and they :-ay they don't want .ilavery." "Who cares for the people of Cali nia, ,-ir ? they have no right, sir, to make, a cou-lilution." "But, sir, if you say you don't want lo lake your slaves there, and that the ronniry is not adapted for them, what U the uc of conlendinp for a thinp of no practical utility?" "That's not the imestion, sir ; it's the richt I contend fur, sir. The North has no rigl t to tlraw lines for ui, sir. or lo say what wo shall ilk, or wfcat we shall not do, and d n me, by this" course you will drive us to disunion, sir " W ell, sir, the South has no right to .e...... ... -v- .. 1. s . . rr """' ,m" 11 we win sianci it, ami you may uissoive soon as you please, sir. . 1 lie potKt nature,! Hangs here inter- ferrc-d, ami suid- mi 'Come, come, gentlemen.! really be- heve you are about to quarrel. Now let me se.tle the controversy by telling you " ... . I 'Stiuy, story, Bungs story ."hiccough ed a i;i.'iitleniau at the other end of the table." " Well," said Bangs " I recollect when a boy, in harvest time, two nf the lii-I'l bauds had laid down, about noon, under tin; shade of some trees, when 'Tom said to Joe, looking up nt the cloud- " 'Jin-, if that cloud up there was all bind, IM build my house nu that end of il, and put the other end in pasture for sheen.' i. .v.. ,...i.l'... :.i.,.- ....:.i t.. .... '. ; 7 . V A '! Id build on toiher end myself. I " ' Jut I woiildn I let you,' haul loin. '"I woiildii t ask you though, said " 'But if you came on my land, I'd licl; you,' said Tom. 'It isn't your land though,' said Joe, 'ami I have us much right to il as vou have.' ' I " 'Til bo whipt if you have,' mid ' Tom, and the two men Ilu ri-upou clinch- j ed ; when, after u hard fight, I om said- "'Let, quit. Jims; the land don't b- long to either of u, nml is only a white cloud after all. '"Agiced, said Joe. ; Jwhat fouls vvu were to fight alioul it at the start.' " Bang'- stiu y produce! ji hearty laugh, the two penllenien toughed glasses, anil agreed that Bangs had eeltled the ques tion. A Hoitiiin SToiiy-Fi.Arr.t. Auvk., A statement was copied into the news- papeis sometime ngo, that u man In. longing Ui a party bound for California, having declarid that he would shoot the first Indian that he met, deliberately -hot a squaw, and Iwing taken by n party of Indians, was skinned alive. 'The reiiort was subsequently contra dicted Not wilhstw tiding this, the Bangor Mercury n, that a leltet Ins . c ... . r'. ..r .i... ........ :.. in-en receive! ipmh uno un; "' which was a aimpany hound to Cali fornia overland giving the details of hi ciine and it punhhment in the manner stutdL Soon after this cold bloody murder of the t-quawj the prty, about 20 in number, wa surround by 300 In diarit, mrl threatened with instant dentil unle ihey din-lo'swl the 5rpetrnior of the tiUocioiii. -Lcs After consulting lugi-tlier, thsy determined to p'jirit out ibr niti ili'ifr. who was at once szl l,r the hidiiun. bound to a Hake widi . . . . . . , , 1,1, .kit. iH-alest oi irom mm even in Tf.. oiiation Iiv-twl two hours,' tor und the victim furvivnl two hours after it, 'I he company amongwhom wai h'u own lmthpr, Mrn- nmipfUti! to form ' nns ro.in l (In-MnV ami iltiPi tlmi ii rnmc lormciii oi uk; wrtitiieu mull., l our or im. oi ir.i- party, unit nmotu' ill.. ..i... t It.. .1T...I .I...... mmn I Ihiiim-H nrh n trrrihlf piiiiihtn-nl. went from Twt in th Jsttitu of Maine. 'itilluml Anjut A.v Kxrmxi Si.avi: ('m:. A Wubinclon eorrei.on.lont of tl.u N. ! i iiMinif,ion lurri .'pon.H ni oi i no f. Y. Lxpri-f tho follow incliaplcT tor a InMory of .lawiy : j l""'' Stale', or to sell them to ilavit traders. A cruel incident of tbii kiln! ir exeiliup pieat Miniialhv bete nl , present. 'I'll,, fjlnilv of William Wil- intlM il,.- i-imi.lilni.il i.C Pr...i.l,nl I'nlk. 1 Taylor ami I'illumre, weio Middcnly, , on Friday morning, i-cied bv a slave, trader, and taken fiom their buine., in thi- cilv, oil' lo Ballimore. lo I ntlo' New Orlean--. lit wife, over fifty, vears of ape, llin.e daughters and tbreo. grand clnldieii, were Ibui stiakhed from bint in an hour, to a fate worse lo him than death, lo be vdd .South lo the 1 highest bidder, stnl seiuratrd from him ' each other. The poor man wrung bis bauds, rolli.il on the ground, "a near ly cra.til in fuel, by the dreadful pall ing, After many years toil, he very recently iurcbaed hi own freedom, but his family were ownetl by some ono m iNe.w Orleans. 1 he President feel-1 ing deeply for his distress ao him money ami let him go lo Ballimore, loi see them again Williams found the trader would lake the sum of S.'IOO for them, and returned with the hope of rat'tng I hat amount here to redeem them. A petition was drawn up, and lo-day circulated about the city mid llou-e ol liepiesetitalives, setting forth the fact, and nskiuti f r a-sislance, i which was so promptly rendered, that i the prospect is in the. language of Wil- liams 'very fair.' The President, .Mr ' Webster, Gen. Scott, nnd a number oft Senators, members and eilijeus have', contributed sums: fiom S.I to i.",0. .Mr., -.n. ....... eonv .. i.;..i. .....a !...' ii ..ui. in p..t: Hinun ,nu price asked tor the aged wife, and Ik; made her 'free' at once. Besides doing this, .Mr. Corcoran has puichased one , of tin: women, who has lived in his family for sn-no years. Mrs Com. Patcrscn, another, and Mrs. (ten. Tow. 1 "on, a third, who lived with her for some, years past. So the. eliildicn, for whom $1,100 were n-ked, only remain to be purchased by their grandfather, and In; is in a fair vv-ty of raising this maiiey. In all nroba dlilv, these chives would have been i.ermilled lo avo r,.,,,,,;,,,! j.ru undisiurbetl for if ,., f , , j l(el) ,,,.., ,,v . (..mpnuion held I .ut to run nwaV. Kvery man who. , ,,f pro.M.ltv llmv tliii.k- , . ()f Ul, h rtm,,r soul,. T1U, lhllIIJ5ll',h ,,;..;,, ,,f Columbia may! ,i. m;,, .. 'n.. So .' iv t ii; A m I nn. ' Ut4.it u- I.l iimiil sue i e..i i-i u I heve dt-sciibed above, and amid tucli ! sutlering iu I picture." TUB SKVKN MILI-: TUNNEL' TIIUOUGH Till-: A LPS. Ur. l-iauviiie says: " lu pive nt once some idea of the boldness of, Cliev. Moils' uiitle.rtakin', we may, in the first place, stHto that in its progress .i i. i ... lltu luriuei uiu-i pa-s iimiei- -duii- oi hip must eluvHted crests of Mount Cenis I rtm. it. rt ii't. hi r .vli..ri, titer., nil) lu. , i ' ! i ' . . . i Lo.' U feet of minimum, cappcil Willi eternal glaciers, over bead, ut the mid-' , o(- w, ,.t , ,., ,i, iri,rt ,,,i ...,.i,;,.rV ... r,,n., struclioti and the pas.-engen and trains; intran-it.be bmrietl lo thai depth in tho heart of tin; mountain, but all idea' of shafts, either to facilitate exeavnlion or promote ventilation, mu-t be out of I the uucsiion. 'The breaih of life itself , must be re-pireil, fiom either exlremi ty, with urtilk-ial aid, in shape of cur ri.nt nf' fri..li nir trfiri.initleil nint foul ( nir wil1,i,.aw n ,y mechanical appara , tus, ever ai work, nl lent during exca vation, which is also itself to bo elli-ct-ed by marhinery of u new u nl simple i nature, worked by water-power 'f innuntaiii streams vvln-ri-hv the Iruius are n'so to he run through the tunnel, wtii'-ii a'ct-mi-, irom ine noriuern or at .1 ascend- Savoy side, ai Modane, all the way to' its exit al Bardoiineehe, with a gradi- ent equal to 10 in 1000. The maidiln.-, once presented io tu rocK, project, m- ric of sixteen scalpeh, working back. , . . ..it. ,., warn, ny means ot springs ciisi-u in,. . .... i and put in motion by the same water-' jw-er. While these are at work, one vertical series on each ,.de work,' simul'aueously up and down, in thai ( together they cut out four blocks on all .ides, except on the rook behind, from' wlncli tbey nre ntterwurd di.iact.ed by hand. It has be-n already H-cenami-d mat i-Hcn o me iwo marine, m ine opposite enui ol b : tunneJ, will exca- , , , f - , . , , vate Ui the extent of 22 feet a day, and ... - , - ,, it i, estimat-d that the whole cxrava-' received their weight it. gold Lom tion will c complet,-d in four year. fcu,cnor meUls, and rec-iv-Tho gallery to b pt-rforatetl by tl.n ing the finest finish, swords wanufac machinei, will be 13 feet wide byieveu, tured in the Eat have been made to Uxi high, and thii once cut through, the bore will If; enlarged by ordinary' ' mean to feel in width and VJ teet . ... ', "';'" .,rT..- Tl.n -v . w nr l.fljl S,.wr ll'IVr. Kailroad Co., has of 3 1-- per ctiiu payable ou and after! tbe 13tb hut. UCU4JI-U U UI.IU' IH, in height, nml ilouhln llnf of rail Inhl, Th flimnlil pt of thi trrnt iiinrii-l l ouit lo.Pli i,v if irno. it u 1 , . , I . .1 I to bn imiiivilinlily commcnrfl at tho' north eniranw. I Tnr Uxiox.- The following brnuti ful pas..,p.. h n;m thn ora t,n of tb. j Hon. ....... ,..:.U.J, ..,,-,, HI , rttinouth, . II., on th 4ll .lu y i i " Tbrre lurks a serpent in lliu palhit'M' of our jKiltiirnl panulie. It in immi'n- ion It i not Hint the ItntnJ are like- , . tit ,1 Iv lo Im puilili'iilv cut or Im n iiAUiuler : , ' hi i bv Mentrf : but what will they be worlh if neplet'letl, drrayetl, ami allon (il to perib by oinivion of tlutie and ot ilu c mproiuhiiig temper by which the I'liiou n-nn founded mid ran alouit be pre-crveil ? I tinnd not hen; on ibis ccaion n the renr of any ntltii,l parly or sTlion, liut-nn a frientl of tin" ri t i tut Inn ami tint IJiuim npHint all and eie.y apgremn In spirit and deed, If the lmh tT a comnion language, a common religion, n common country , a p ernmenl. ami all the preat common plo-n-of lint lst eeiilury, enniiol mnkn " forgive and forget something cannut per.-uadt! lo Mime sacrifice, even 'f nect-.-ary lo hold us to-lber. force is unprolllalile to arcomplisb it n natiacnl- is lo perpetuate peace in a common family."' Tiik 1'iMiciiASK or New Mkxico. The Hon. 'Truman Smiili, in hii speech in the National Sennit; on the. Hi It lint., produced full and oHirial tn ti-tie to show that the. lerriloiict of $,.v Mexiro and California co-l the Union S I l,U38,'io3,6.'i in the e.xpens- of ihe war and the indemnity paid for tlie territory. Besides which we hae the following stalhtie of the loii of human life in Ihe. war : the number of deaths return d by tbu olllcers of tin; army is TJ.878 ; 11,7 TJ were tlis chartied for disability, of whom at least- half have died, sav -1.871 : T.'l.'JllO men were mustered into sen ice during the war, .riO,A7.'l were mustered out , of the residue, amounting to 22.6H7, 20,072 were returned ns tbad, discharged or tlc-ertcd, and the difference, 2,01.1, nre. supposed to In; dead; of those muster- . i ... f .... ;. 1.1 . ... i-ij mu ui service, ii is c-iunaifti nun in per cent, or .1,1 H, have since tlied ; iliu making in the aggregate, a loss of 2.1,181 lives through tlie war. Hr.sroNsimi.iTiKs ok thi: Piitsi ClAN. Many will remember the cir cumstances of tlie capture of ('apt. Buurue, by the Patagonians, at the astern Straits of .Magellan, last year; of his detention uinung savages '.1.1 days, aud bis final miraculous -cape. He relates, we leani, many interesting inci dents of his captivity. Among utbets tlie lollowlng: Oil", day hi; prtcnte! his watch to the chief and explained its use; that pbysieiaiM in tin; Slates employed it in counting the pulse of the sick, to deter mine their state ef In-alth. To his sur prise he was immediately taken up us " ...... i imiii'ii iiisavnwiii" any I Imhil-ii iliravowitig kuowletlgi, of niedicai piacliee. be was scut by tin: chief to visit an old stpiaw w ho was sick. Jlecaitietl the waleh, xiiniiu.-ti Hie pul-, luokeil grave, ami oidered her lo be Ibm-ougbly scrubbtid I'lie nreserintion """ ""!' """ was lnphly ellicai.-iou, arid paliunlHrap-1 i'lly multiplied. Following the exam pb; of llio renowned Sangrado, the same remedy was unlet cd in ill siibe- , quent ea-e-. But tin; Captain soon learned, accidentally, that the physician was held responsible for the patient' recoveiy ; ami in cine of n fatal result, tin. Diu-inr Mm, I, I !,.,. I,i. III'.. I In prorrplly di-nwned the profes-ion, and obstinately refused any farther prne - re.Milving to make himself of no further u-; to them, if bis services t ""a1'1 " mils cruelly revv aided The obelisks at Home are coms,el of .-.olid pieces of stone, ninety feet' hiph, as hard as metal. The French j iik t one ot these belore l)tus J nilip- en, win jirodueu more tiiau two acres po's palace and engraved a few words which receive, the sum; amount ol la ou its surlacc. 1 1 took nix teU of the bor """"re. hardest anJ W tools that could be, lhM ,cyw elJ M b" qf procured, and three week's constant ! 'm;r.u l-rohi than two kep. on tlm .huio .d.r to ..cnmllb till.. Bl.il,. tbr. f"'J',,:, Ills Will ulsli Updy tO uli Olll- "'''' "? ancient obelisks arc covered witln I ! t cliaracicrft aim ititcnntions, made on tl(.in before the uso of iron was l:,mn to us : and the ene-ravinin au characters of theou ancieiit obu - ( t frcsh T(j(. ,jf ' these raised characters are not even t worn on uv uie vveiiuer : uul :.ri; hi. . ir i... . .1 . i .. . . . 1 , .. . ' a'"' si.arp mill iney win cut a - - i I W fi.iger by pas,,g over them -j In Kgypt, '.ravellers hav seen and iriv V.o.Mdf musi enln-r hold or Becure-1 bronie knives which are !M ,jrjvi. jjut iCWumy t 0f mf,re fectly elastic. Wu cannot make auch i imtunte to the farmvr iIiaii hard 1- bronzed atliclei. The old Hindu sa-iijr. irvi ! cul three or fuur times bet- ter tia(l tj,e ; brts. 1'he , b br0U!!a il0 Enalan! blades rplit aisunder a film silke:i handker chk-f while floating in the air. LirrLK HtAUiuv. ''Will you ' ,,le, Lo mend mv trow Sew V i-AA a . ' little fellow the other day to a lady friend of his mother ; the raa cxhib- , Itiraif thrtnMlvc nrettr clearly ahunt ,), J IIHT.IH. lll llliir lllilllBI 1UII i . i ., i ., llVV'l. .... I!nl .!. ""! ' t 'UU UU,Pr to tin tl i "Oh, she don't hare limo for that am, (,hit cvcrv ,ay lmt, tn ho belongs to a Hawing Society, , , , f . - . -. V v,.rtew loro -..,.,,, , . ..,i -im rtck. (!.. nun..! t. ,i. t:ir... . , it,.. ..nil', nur, HIT i. i i .. .i ... ... . . """i " "n itioiinern, iun oin- er dn,.o a certain tligiiilled umkor of jokes " what it the ilitfereneo bo I ween nu iws and uu Arvhbitliop. A pmuo ensiifil. Do you givu it upr' " 1 give it up," quih lies diguitnry. "Well then,' tptotb ilu young Hip pant, " It i that the a..' cnin is Uon his back, while tlm AnlihUlxip's ilea upon Ins breast " " Good, indeed; but let mo luk in relurn " routiuiii.il his grace, " what is the tlilTereiico betvveeu an as and an oiricer say, in the arinyr" A longer pniue cusiietl. The subal tern gave it up. " I cannot inakn it oul. 'Tho difference? the differenco ? No I cannot sen it." " Neither cm I," said tlm grave pro lilt!. IV.VCTUAMTV. A committed of eight gentlemen had appointed to meet at twelve o'clock. Seven of them were punctual ; but the eighth came hustling in with am!ogies for being a quarter of an hour behind the time. "The time," said ho "passed away without my being aware of it. I had no idea of its being so lat"," ha. A Quaker present said, "Friend, I am not sure that we should admit thy aixilogy. It were matter of regret that thou shouldst havo wasted thine own quarter of an hour; but there arc seven besides thyself, whose timu thou hast also consumed, utnotiutitig in the whole to two hours, and one eighth of it only was in'ne hvi jirojirrty." A TII1BD WKBK'S WOUK. The foreign woolen" imported into New York lor the week ending July 2.1, amounted lo Let us recapitulate : Knr llio week i'iii1iii; Jiilj II, $:i00,i:i.1 ' " " "I", rV7,sf 1 " 'A 7u:.,?m 'filial Tor three wn-kn, $'J.M.',t..!) So much for a single Mirt of entry, being at the rati) of fortii-funr and a i half millions vrr year ! Such are the fruits of tlm locofbco Tariff of 18-I0, which tin-, old line Statu Convention fully endursed, mid the Coalition con venlion dotlged. 'The Whips nlmit; oc cupy the ti ue ground, for u repeal of Ilia Tariff nf Irtlii, and the adoption of a fair sejile of protective duties. .lun( Jielicr Wuliltmun. Tin: Ohio Wiikat J'ili:. No State in tin; Union can show s- preat a pile I f wheal this year as Ohio. Ju let ID "i: r'eil over lilleen millioti nl Uusli- Is, In 18.10, ii iiii) estiinul.) tin cron at less than twatly-jire milliuni. It proves to be ot as extra quality its well us quantity. So fur as the grain lux reached a market, north or south, it ( has In-en found to weigh uniformly, from sixty-three to sixty-live lbs. to llio I bushel. 'This L'ives Ohio n surtilus ttif. ' licient to bread one half of Christen- ! : f- ioiii. uur corn aiiu pniato cron Did '.iir lo hold their just proportion to the wheat. Cletlaml I'Unn Dealer, FAIt.M EX PEKIENCE. Mr, JCdiOr : Twenty yeara experi ence upon a farm hat laugbt me that one acre of land well manured and till- . el sloek. 'That one ton of hay cut when the ,,P i.,.i. i,i, .,., .n ......i.,,... 'a, much milk a two ton! cut when tho 1 i. ri.. j That berds-grass and clover will run ; 0 w(, ,a,1(, il( a (.vv ytUM if C(U , early, '1 lint the furmer iiih-iU patience, per- . t,,.r..e.. i.,.)........,, ,..i That cold water t the ln-st drink, and unbolted meal make tho best breivL . Job. Unity, July 1650, Granite Farwtr, ttlr Jenny Lind's flrtt appcxrance in New York is Hunouucrd by lixroum, - , her contrucmr, to take place on or i about ihe I Hih of September. Ho I. . . 1 .... I . ay, " at the first concert, .Jenny Lum ill rdtig one of her most e,;lebrited Bras unit, a I) Jen with Signor Giovan ni B Iteti, an English BalLid, and her Swecdiib mngs. Further and ample details will Is given in due tune."