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Inl U to the . wis. and ' o cherf,Uy eomp.y wuh . ibe ban, a&J 10 5 tt 11 otrodl ".tmpok I cooti lhal ruy final , F- " itPV f "f f'!ru'. " ? J, BfPwu ... . V- leuUr prevalent thai them is io harbor ta depih if dtasip frf fh T"? 'if.il k lPnI:'N of sufficient depth & pe a. a ..Wo. fo; IirjiX ! SSI TUrrrt aou ndmg. .ndexplo. , The wkh of 11. fors. interference with none aaa a reti-j "I'" , ,. . L .i t- (ma, interference ill jiou. observance .4" treaty stipulation, w the mol cf hit political morality S while i.UdmeMS poly Boo-iaieifereoee iih ro-ordiaie department of Govern ment i lha Wu fall civil liberty. Ycl party U to reck! imw-a-days, aa to at tack dortrine so rathol aa these, Hat. ret. l!r men. I am wanuenrf irora ta wtithhe v. 'if., sirrrgesi dcvoiwa to iL VkiMi and ' . .i - u..;r u;oiraor on h voia. in , - m . n ' .f;lsRiU b. ,ian aiit hfiifmurli inLfFllaKi!- Wbea roue was 8 partner ovnera.nd his-maner. and indeed. U most wrakhy hnusee there, lit had turned ,001.. , - - . . . it 1 ,..,!, ,.f it,;. Si ,! miiin. r ha vrw ... a nm- Ipf. til till an Md rore. inu , ! . i -i-. .1. . : .1 r. l : I ; f Jril.KI kskLi alJ Tor rour Ubor. to the eouiury. anJ ft tU Ea-wia terua of Ui partnei.h.p. He Prrheu land enm& ,C ien,bera ef t!.e LouUrilSe inUmMe. , t . ... L antrtif Jiatlry. W cfftr to yi CenUal hbw.y. North C.rulma would in tl time ta yeld Lrm ckttMMt torlj. by TbejelM ir.aB hi.P..iaont bbB- "T S bm Iki llolj Lt tqualaay ofber compeer. iB.!ltb. p.ofiu; ercryihio, fmprnd .J l. , B tni,BS Eniif,. inJi.IsiMe. .Sd ibr ... of V ' ' ti pUu akieho rule. iteUf may Umeuu Cf Ma.ai.iml f re. ,d now M iu. M, 29 ,, .,i gUy ..f ,!,e He-f TJe -!- ,0 L JZenlarT. and thai Hie prent ei-L . A. flf ad iror.h $110,000. , . ,oaU Nil tr Maker. it fhan.t fi-. deaih, ia ordrt that a Utn niay ft. momeniarT, eiietnent may aooa paa way. leaf in? oar pretnt Uunaiitulioii and preaent U tioo iatael, I nbribe mjaelf, Tourt, &e, i Tba foflowinj Caea, left aot lj roUalia. booU lUJlow th t3A Laa from tha bepaabf of tba artirla. did Au.tria, in oue.l of room liberty. more .rcuriiy. and more liappinf.a iban i . . - of- a t . . . - THE QKEsnoN OF THC DAt. Ior b!.et retritncr. e p.euge our 1 Vfbc NMhtiBe Cauner, in p,blil,inrw.our lununea. aa ur CALIFOUMA ArFAISS. . , The CalfurDia paper, cite tiie follow iinr liat of offwtn elected under the new ro much l' f die sdmhalle cutango ol . - . . i - i,Hau...o.: , s . LU0TWB-5,,tt.fte.VV..T..'!: -1 w,ld,..hrrBi.et.pibf hrd te ,Utea to thocxrfemeaiauouiine - - Coternor Peier II. BJrnett. Lieut. Uotetixif Jolm McDottjaf. , ; Pititieu" hnd the new terrHoriea, ccm-, U. S. Senator John C Fremuut, aud p,nica it rnh the Mrorigeet eipreion. Wil iaoi At. Uwiii. , , , tfrommendjtimi,and.a. io eomluaiou : 1?.wrtiiallt'? in PntlTfl lltd. Xf. m VV a .1.. m.,1 will, mil iinr lioat , - . . . ' 1 I , - - I f V V1' Wimm w. ... - r . . . j Dftmwi wsnn-.nii. t fwm i turn urn ma winuii i"M. , . . :. ...t..t ' iV;, no tata I hat triT oiau hour!) hr.l hU Union ah-U be pae.d 3;;rfc . de.tr. io make utoney '!..'. . ... t . IA lit II' inffarr et'nimiuiifr r.tui.ter ff im'lcre, . . . . ; tty l.t rr.I mimrrtj p rn, no rr rnro. Uri ni.-csf,'r i!.e aiu-rrr i( eryi!.u- t f a literary r! at i !fr, !.f. I t ay tif eoft-crjiiij tie euierprUe, are al- tyt ready ta enter d.eir namee on U.e lufcmtpsioB fcoc.i; Ut, a. fr feitirf py fom them, ten tu'ielt well atiemj4 o exirsct the oil f Urjamol frrra a altn. , Hry are frmeelraa et c-f Irerhta, i.d ilieir name ia legion. . Tl8 h w 1!I P'1,f n oil ei the eredit ay rte ro, are iJuBdrred." An Incident Yeter Jay afirrnn a . trif hty eved but dirty-fat ed, bate fw-ud, nd, bare headd little toy or alcet fjr year. t.M, ataa en in a ioihiw aruuMiig litnelf the toye" dteplayed in front, and not .een.inj to care (at the bitter hUu that blew by, and wbirh playrd tnrot gh bii erW)ork. Udiea and ftntlcffif n were p-ssirf, rlcfi- . , t. . 1... t. IA tiff ! .rid warnilT f lollieu. BUI no wne urturu here mar. than em kU ar- the bare, hU half-nakeJ Imle felW ri.,1 of the Utne-.fMdu that reSion. aud until l.e caught U.e ry rf eirtjotr. - bo U biro atramera. wtth upward, of fi. looked .t b. child end wked fc. J ho millioua of dollar, in t!J dual on ooara. waa ttoi row. -nw . vf.e ft eit Plf.ure,t.tll 1oU r,r.tonor. Tie ir-opi... tha 1 1 tii. rrtt t ict a yer, fcot near to up vr aa rterty .ten-pro. tded protrrty injoyo iot4 bealib a Ed can Lwy b' theap. t i-i - ..... m,nio el. Li. own Loc. on fire that U may burn up Hat I bie neilior. Tiie entioae man who cannot er-joy F.fe beeau. osfcer. do. - . The i other ho fr the rofifdeiaiirn of at lew dollara jttte U.e iIJ rijtito banc bia. Secreury oi State M in. V an ' Treavurcr Kit hard Human. ComptroIIf r J. . t. Uooaion. be o:ir liflf o .eparanoni I write on ; thatu.r.La of ill Miwiwipri. Will the State. fcboe like Ohio, Indiana, lllinoia, n4 other carry year apringinj into Uiif,.eon.e.t to hae the mouth of thi. noble "rif rr cloaed tgaint therut Lotii- n ..rm...Jrrr r thtX.Y. Journal of Commerce.' 'i-i.. i .,.;.t.i..r. ... ,K f-r.; WaAbgtoo, Fb. IS, I860. to'( at San ioae, on the 15ih inaL.trnd a. Dr. Gwin end the California repreaen .jupoaed of aixtren Seuatora and Utirty tatire have rotne full of information of a Tour member d the Jjowet IIoue, or, novel and important til a ratter, on the they deaignnte it, Armbly, au appli ubjttl of their eottntry. Mr. T. U. King fatiotf of tlut leitti U tiie lower liuuae I alio brrff and made hi. report. I had whit-h ia borrowed from Mew York, the ptearurc liroii;ratula!ehimonhi. re Gov. Uurnett, the uew Governor o! turn, in auck excellent health and apirit. California, ia a Northern man. Col. Fie--uo:withatnding hi. aevere illiu t and Uont ia a native of South Carolina. Dr. hi defeat a candidate lor the htora of Gwin iheothet Senator, i- MtriippUn. the new Slate, whoie fouiKljtion. he lua Meart. Wright and tiilnert, the iUpre tided to eetaMiah. ' 1 aeniative. iu l'ongea, hi both Northern Dr. Gwin ia a man of ranch tart a well men. The N. V. Evening l'ol aa. ol a. energy, and i. to exert a derided in- Mr. Wright, that he weirt la California fiiienre on the great .ubjert btfore Con-, about a year ugo, wln-iiee he ia returned gtre. When he left the Ho one of Eepre- j ty a rouaiilueucy coinpoed of a large a.ntatirea a few year, ago, he ray., all number of Nantucket eo-le who had hi Kouthern colleague, were in favor of oted for Mr. Grinnel, tUu prevent mem the policy of intervention aa to alavery in ber of Congrei. front the Nantucket dta terrilotiei but nw he found them ol a trict. , different opinion; but he bitnaelf had not , California i. just na completely in povaea changed In viewe. The (rople ol Cali- (;on cf the Northern people, and it would fornia had acted upon the acppwilion, twn from the above even o.ore to, than that they would be permilled to reguldte ' the North ielf. lt vu colonized in the their own donieitic affair., w ithout dicta- fir,i place by a legiinenl railed in New lion from Congreaa. - He and hi. col- York under Mr. I'olW. adintniatration, leasae. av that if aline were drawn by nd riaed avowedly a. colonial, a. well the parallel of 30 30,' there would he no k toldier. 1 Thia regiiiKiti formed the tlavery South of tlwt line, any more than nucleu. of die preaent popubiion, which . r-. ..:. ...I ...I'mani. i.t. M . I . .l INOrlU Ol It. i IHfn hjw mint .ciiininui' n Willi IMll Kite Jillini 11 ui II win, iu are decidedly rational on thia anbject. tw hic.li ccenta to have aueceeded iu llio They feel great confidence in ihe.trcngih' roughly irultiing the few leading Southern and retortrre. and detlinic. of California. ' men among Ihein with oppociuon to the The Slate ran maintain With comfort a .xtenaion of kve irwiilulioin. rtt.InUh iter' little fellow, ahirrring at the Mine time. ed,- Well, come with roe, .aid theeiranfiei; I I I 1. I ! . ir took him to a .tore ana ten otrrr fittinl with a child, .fit, then wenl. oni and returnrd with a parr of red lk- He t. that any rnau inf. and noe. me iiuw wuuw a dumb witn aiioninmcni ai;u That art wit rerordfd above. rn .Iran? er heart liau Hi own liappinef. or Rating pea llll I'lioiwii J w a m .... a . .f n at ' am.i m w m .1 nw arniiiw m aaliiiuiiiiia w.aaHi Altorit.v GenerJ-Ed. J C. Kewen. ,it!e wi-h Kent.uky.- will land by and ' ' .,"1 "..i ,!;,. brilliant fortune. Indeed, nobiliiy of the Surveyor Gemral Chat. J. W biting. iJ,ide with the Uni.u tt the UU I,." . dm auh a ntan who goea there. rd in the Chief Ju.t.-S. V. lloainat. Th. Aug..M(Geo.) Chronirlc. m 'VZ Vr.i!; boarded bv li.'and lake, rare of hi. health, cannot well formed a A.ioeute Juium 11, a. l.yon. fa- hihing a w extrncta lnn tne ftm,an ::: ' " . ' Ut making a fortune. in unci uenuciw i nual dieaanife 01 me ,ncnmr wi mc . that Stair, n.lre the followmg ttmxUtvlJ. . mn. which wr were hpi.y lo find 111 a paper, , ... j,,,,.,,,,! . Ol ll MIIUIlg rnierou action. f n: . nl Th rni lih ro erntnenl are about pro- SlKIf d.. n.l-.i.H.. On. . ...Ui.tm.m J . .w f.K"P? ' s . 1 . . i .t .i.rvinwf 11 itnnio nw : . . . Miitinii!.M tMlr. to ntovide fr iheeec- eav. that lronluwi7Uoiru r ' , -It i. true. CuhfornK. 1. not ycl '1 r;;V::" mereliant vteta. inie ? mined aa a State, boi w. pr.oo ahel ""r V1 mend-Ahy the Adm.raky. France ha. w,ll before ihe eloae of ihe iKraent "re! "u "". 0?: IT .1 frUnJa M.i.v ' alreadt eel the example in thi. if , , lonal dllrirl OV tne piopie, loiuecouui uie ihj " ,. r ' n,i,,. ten on of Cwnvrr.. ! thr rooire re-"""' ""yi " 1 i , , . . ,. illlier (1Va he Uv a decree of Gen. Lonvtgnar. w !.i 1- a,. kUn-!J onvciuion. 1 ne um w mmv. i. -- tm -.,;:f.1f1i1.UIilH,er.French . v. . . --, . tier. fonthJ upon w arrival mcic v - dnoiad t.t Com.ie.wefKe aetured that 10 4 ecieei commmer. . r ,)iT. 4 f,ur buata aie reaoired todiepby three 1 1 the tiirarnt aKitminc ouenione which . . TT! .t.t,.nt,. r.oiuSn rlosed nutil il had ohb of which at leait 10 be twible now li..,rt our laPff country will be l?e imp wm ' 'Il " ft!:; rtfSM. I in a clc.r night. a foHow. : a .miroUr .lifted, al the dane, which 'T ""V !n S II" 7 J. " . .K. .d come f,ow the lieht on ihe .tarboad. a red one on .1 ,l,; ., , lTniuR forever buri- le a n',r" ". n,,, " ...'""'"V"" . " .t..,i- la.Kndi md a white .HC on ihe --- --- - I in sm.iunt nl Jrll.lHIU. I eil." . 1 1 nonnlaiion often million.'. The country ie tbo beat for cattle-raising in the won Id, amfit will be ihe riche.l grape-growing; IIOX MR. 1IA.N.NEGAX eoontry in the world. j A Painful Rctura. The Baltimore The gold region Uinexhau.tible. Noth- papeif publish from the Boeum Daily Ing ha. yet been done, but to work aoine Advertiecr the following extract ol a lei- gidd which haa become aeparated from ila ier from a reepeeublo American at Berlin t native bed of quartz. "But all thing, are tame be.ide onr Thffv have biouchl .pecrm.n. ot tne Miniater llamif van. lie 1. lhe ,inot nhl ouartz which compose, the wlrole m.Bnerlc. ainl utterlv tuluar man I ever lunge of mmntain. and hil!, running inei. Though now recovering, he Im. j.ioira of our patriotic airea, both of the nearly parallel to the SierM Nevada! and during a considerable lime been almoat North s.nd the South. And, lliia quartz" rock yklds Iwoorthree dolhr. dying of delirium tremena. Hi. presence Kc.olved further, Thai ihe continua- wnnh ofeold to the pound o here are gold i1,r i ihe areateai tioaaible difcrace to our lion ol thai happinea. and propeiity, Mid roduntatna hill, of gold. The dusl and C0Ulltry. cannot tell you about him, ' etrn liberty itself, depend, upon the pet lnmn which hitheito hare been found, .1.. ..rw, whieh ro ruirint. and nnhap- ' pemitf of the Union, one and indiviai are the reaiduum-of the quartz waahed pjy milWH;icaied, .urpa.a all belief. Hia , bie." .Thai the dtairnetion of Ihe catue afy. Tlte aand i impregnated with ,niUiner and converatioit are , unendur-1 of liberty in 0111 own beloved land will not told, and the article, of antique pottery i,jf debauchery with women ao groa. confine ila effect, to the border, of the . . . ! - I . 1. -u.. . " . . ' . r it l 1 . II I Mr. Davie, a pertonal fiieuilof the Fie pideni, ha been appointed Uniied Slate .Maralml for the Southern Diririrt of Ali aifcatppi. . . , ; From the NanhviUa Uniou of Fvlvaary U. The SonAern CflKYCulicn.-TtBarurt iiifiil it.- The uioveia in thia acheine abroad will not foil to mark thr fart that the l.e gialature which recently adjourned rehired to countenance tin proposed Convention here in June rrfuxed to appoint dele gate, to it on the contrary, eudeinneil it. purpose, a. .el forth by eome of it. advocate, in the mqt decided manner. A a a irons indication of the feeling w Inch prevail in that body, ihe lower . lioute, jui before it adjournment, paaaeu by an blmoat vnuiiimau vote, the following re- .oluiitfHi, whwh were miiodured by .Mr, Allen 1 Keaolrcd br the G-neral Aa.eivbly ot ihe Siate of Tenneseee, That the duel ottrco of happinca. and prosperity l the people of the United Slate, both a. indi vidual. and aa a nation, ha been confer red by and through ihe Union of the S'atea and ihe sdoptim of oureacredcon atiiuiion ihe adoption of whirli wn ef fected by the compromise, and eoncc aneet. 1 h team ?ht. five green. the ma v. beneficial mrnta furnifhed iHmrt n ptimii - . . . , auauining life, aaya one, by dicing clan.. Thi. haa brew attead;- d-iih . t . .1.- ... .!..?. unA hr ' iHu u. It aiMiear. bv doeumrol - anu inoacica mu '."V"'"V-.Tr 1 7. " .i U:.-L ih oun.ber of A Pacific Railed Company" ha. been tubing, findrog a loo-rra. . f n. . pr, "---v. - in Hie leni 01 a irinio, . . - - " v . . . . VM , Railroad Movements In Et Lonlf. . . I . orcainzeu in M. ixni , autnonseu io con-; in mo icu ii -, - - - - . i,..-.!.-.! ,uli tK..... - . . . 1 .... , c i. .i.......in. iha ilia ainha iirri'ii tun rtunoreu earn icar. elracl a railroad from Si. I.ema to Jel- alrcet. 1 na iair urc, i. ferson City, and tliem-e to .nine porni on ; numoer 01 ounuiiig- . ............ ...... ih trtrrn line of the State. with a view lhal the .ame may be continued! hereafter, wentwardly lo the Pacific j Ocean." Subcriplion Irr thr amount of: $151,000 were made toward the road, j 1 .1.. 1 ..;., ri.i!lv inrreaainir. ha. A Flna 011 RbIIC t n ne occaaton added greatly lo ihe fufleiing of thia tlaia oflhr Queeu'r lateviMl to GIaow, Ha. 1 of person.. W hh thi iucreaae ofuiiaeiy iug rxprewed a deairr to ace thr cathedral l.o come, crime. j hid" baa recently undergone ihe proceae of restoration. be waa .nown an ancicm Cold from riUfflrnla iD 5ftfBbCT-A letter copy of the Brtdr. lately rrrnvered from from the U. S. Collector. Mr. Collier, at obaenrity, and which wa. i e .ame whtcU Tf Paiumi Rafrrnirl. .ft ia tatrd. I Uaei out twelve nunureu inou.iii i uwii, w uuir -j - .- - making in altyfa. reported.) duriig the coin won people wa. prohibited. I bio The commissioner, appointed in Ene-i",""1 , Bn ' Vl r ;tt;. T Ji r Ret ntuiea ia in a Halo Uud to inquire into the propriety of mar- . ,1,,-.,. j.titari i f .iire meserration. lit. bound in oak. riage with the eiater of a deceased wife. y ,afcr aay lhal one-f knd ibe Ininrd- .re an inah ihick. nave rcponel mat iney nmr, irom o, . ' - -,,i nM f evidence, tlist marriajtea of ihi. kind are penniiteo, by dispensation rr otherwitr. in all the continental tate. of Europe which have been discovered exhibit gol den particle., in facl the whole .oil 1. impregnated with gold. They have aUo brought rich specimen of cinnabar. n- There j a country, Mr. mg .ay., hetwern New Mexie and tiie Kio Colo rado of California, and North of the Gila, anil continuous that Ui: servants in thehme of Washington, but woold eound hoiel are srandalzrd.'"' In' coating across 'ihe desih-netl of liberal government 111 the frontier he awore and quarrelled wnh ; every part ol Hie civiiizcd world the notice who demanded hi. passport, and I Ho oked further, That ihe . 1 . atttacied a great crowd, anil, after long abuse. Bung the pas. at last in the olFirer . face. , He wa so insane in his hott-l, witli 11 Cl.l. ...aA .... . m . S ' If w incli win 101m a aeparatc ouiwi ituviuov ,eiJrlura trenieiis, liiat ne motigiii nimscn of ureal imporiauee. . pmued by fiends from bell, and pensecu- Tlte fixation of boundarie. in ihe Cali- tcj byWOmen whom he .aw in the .love fornia Constitution is absolute. There fcnj everywhere about the room. -The is no discretion given to the Represenia- figUrei i,t the pictures on the w alls he lives and Senators lo asenl to an altcia- juried moved about ami mocked him. He tion, and if Congress alter, them, ihe Con- 0pencj Xit window, and called in a crowd titution must go baek to its original Dr pCrs. u assist him in driving out source ) , - - imaginary women; and was one day taken -.-,...,. ! op lor dead, .a far hnd his disease progres- " Fortof BeBfort,N.C. Feb. 4tb. l830 sed. - : 1, Jame A. Creighton, part owner and The lbow piIragrar!, wiiave forund goins the lale ma-ler of Ihe ehip !oiisa Bliss, w hich j, 0f the p,ipe ; but sine it w. in typs, ailed from thia port to-djy, for S-in Fran ws have seen the following contradiction, winch Cisco, Cal fornia, d 1 hereby certify, thit wa copy with much more pleasur 1 ; on enteriiig the harbor of Beaufort, iiithe , The New York Globe" has the foltow .aid srlip on ihe 22nd of December, I ngt found on the bar twenty-two feel of water,4 v perceive that our late Minister to the tide then bein about half fl 'od. Fiom Berlin, Hon. Edward A. Hannrgw. haa the lime 1 arrived at the outside of the returned in the Enropa, and a personal bar, I wa. not more than thirty minute friend of our, who knew him intimately coming to a sa'e anchorage in the harbor, abroad, authorizes ne to say lhal the let As I am reqaerled byeit'tfen. here to give ter defamatory of Mr. Hannegnn, publish- my Opinion of tlit. Iiarbor, I nave no ne.t- f(i tn the Whig pipers of Boston, ami taiion in statin? lhal I reiard il as an ex cellent one f-r merchant vessels of every etas.. In depth, capacity, safety, and di rest and easy communication with the ocean, there are I think few harbors on any coast superior to it. Iw position ie copied elsewhere, makes nothing but statements utterly wuhoot Kiinta!tm. Mr. tlannegan never tasted a drop of ar dent spirit during his whole residence in Europe, and h e conduct was of the most aniMnle and exemplary character under an admirable one for carrying on an ex- all circumstances. The stories, therefore, tensive foreign trade. ; of the letter writer in question are' most It i. hardly necessary for me to add.'1.,ue as well as tln)usi, and were no doubt Hurt it is the only harbor in this Siate th manufacture of some personal ill feel whic'i Fwonld ilslnk of entering in this j,)jf and malignity." , , "V, ,r , sss.l, 10 take in a cargo. '--This ship drewr ; l5""r' .ixtaen feet of water when ihe lefi this I ' Reformed by G614 fhc Boston cor l.arbof. l!iis mornin?. and in biriy minutes ' resp0ndent of ih Salem Register says: l.er weihinj anchor in the harbor she: oe 0( tiie passenger by the recent barged har pdou al e. arrival from C4lifornia, i. young man - JAME? A. P KEIGHTOX j wlin hai rt wjth f urp,-ing change of Tfe f-woinVCertificato' hae been sent Xovtune. He is the sorl of one of our first i ni .h. ,,,-t that wa would irive. nien. yuli1iU unusual energy and mtel- i a pUe in our column., aaJ juk th. fl-.4 Vgeaco m bu.nies. affyr, there w... t torn- third more has gone out unreported.' BmasaBSsaSBtaaBBBHB TUB CASH 8TSTEM. v It ia mmrcd r the old Saxon character, and each Ut rr i. ff an cnormou. si zr. Tb weight of the whole amnnnl. lo ahonl W. know tomcihin of the 0iVof iwcoty-tune p. imis AM-ng w.u. . . Ihe credit ay.temnd who doe. not? At h I ' - a wlnffk wm Mtnnl 10 iiieuiure the tune ( SUimtont Dlsxsters-1. arpcar. by V" .ouidie worship , he St. ..i. panel.. thai there were IU, KZ" Zl " 1 ! .teamer. Mown op. sunk, or othnwise cpon newrp.pc '"''""'fr KoUy Dono.-C.ptai,, Cook, of the destroyed, in. he West, dnnr-g the pas, '' year.orwh.cb83 we e totally lo... 1 ne ; - " - - ,,IB Amerwran and lo-roic conduct 399 Idlow bemgs were ' .: 1 1 :. ... .i .I'followiiiB! remail., Iroin .... .... . II... ,.n. ..p.. tn nroFUU-il f 2,000,000, and the loss of life Upwards of 200 persona WAT With HexlCO A five hnmlred dollar Prize Re iew is just issued from the pen of Abiel AlboU I.iveimore appehrs nnoer the auspice, of the Ameri can Peace Society, and the prize was a- warded by a committee or eminent abili ties. It is .id lo be a work of sound with our 'ceticd honi the burning wreck of the views, that we'gi;e them .0 our refers-; V - y not exactly thai tbey are appncauie 10 any ; t . . . lTn.?LLr,,fiheo,.bu,hat .hey .nay' Copofaiw of New oik, wi.h.tl.e free- jimpre 1 rZ Il Jo .f .he r rty, in a gold box. bearing a t. lo their papers, wiihau. pumnj ua to ll.c " -. i-. M "I .' . . . . v.J. cnlminiM iv.sscd bv them 111 iciard lo I is s ol cotuiuiMion 10 agcMis -1 -. , . - - . , 1; i 6 . noble conduct. I he resolutions are pnnt- 1 . 1 . I r I I- l 1 Mru on wiuie eaiin anu iraniro. in iuv HH IlllilllPfl IV V. .v .1 f t 1 .ll.li expcDi-c taper, nn puuio-w r. v, .... . . , . , eoinmon wnh bufciue.'S men scnrrally, the, r " " " " 1 . .1 ' a mnrif.1: in ihe instance, a representation scholar.sl.ip, while the war 1. made lo eaw .J-.em n Vn - " "i Z i uf the bnmini vessel, wi.h the ricdn ,es. of Ch.iMiani.y and dntes l puwmiirw. w .0 my v . . . .y , ? .Uh'ooweiitTif. and the bi.000 so upon ihrir ...usenption ni ii 'Tr" , . ' . ... ,r. r .1 ,. . ..r .i.ir it is Sarah be.irm up .0 her teliei. m the prof edition ol their DtisincF.s, h is 7 . .. , indi.iwn.ahle. uch thing new spaper J i e .11 ercoa, ., ;r , ,., N-J.iioiw, contributed tle li-nthmme um of S8.000, Lit Ull Vllt'WIM IIU-V ... bear the lest of ChiiMiamty manship. He makes the expense of the late war amount to the snug sum of two hundred millions. , , Very SIngnlir. Some forty, years nee the family of Dr. Deuonnandie, Oil III HUC 111- . , , , , . 1 , . 1 t by ii, eitlrer by lite proprietor or j " es..mntnl of their regard, which it r. but ihe former mu.l ..ecar.-1 e j ,. ributed a, J.dlow. among the loier. There are ihi.u.Hii.'. f. "ew of ihe Sarah, viz : To t opt. Look, Nothing is gtiined siibenilier. . . . . j . II.. L. .L I . - l,l..... ..-a ,1,. formerly of AtikboMngh. Buck, county, ) e . ... .o.cr. . . 9S,m firsl inale. 700; second male, ..png. -..; Vr." $100: 1 arpentrr. 350; lo each senman. ihem: bin the idea of writing a letter lo an editor, enclosing two dollars, never en- Pa., received a 'paper wriltrn in a language they did not under-tvitl. Il W is thouorfit nothing of except as a matter of curiosity, and remained among the lamiiy pa. eis. 1 i ... . a 1. . until lately, when it happened M be scenl', 'heir beads. I i.ey Keep ooMi.g 101 patriotic pcoi.le of Ihe Sute of I i-nnesser, depre rating .the rkl erTceta' of a disunion of Ihese Mates, lo themselies, in their cud dren, and tothe woiM; and aho feeling a sacio I resard to the memory and cr vices of their Kevofutirmary fathers, icill it and bv und tlrfnttl the Union. oil hazard und lo Ihe lad txtmnlly" 'The 1-ecMatnre of the State of Indiana baa made provision to procure a block o marble, to lake its appropriate place in the Na'.ional Monument at Washington. It i to bear the following inscription, INDIANA Knou t no North t Ho S-iulhs nothing but tht .Taking it in its largest sense the sene which, no doubt, il is intended to convey no sentiment could al thi. time be more appropriate. It expre.se the deep feeling of the people of Indiina; which, while it i. free, ready, arid willing to manifest in every lawful way in according-lo the South her just cotititutiu;l rights, is nevrrthclcs equally firm and uuyiehline in the determination lo su tain lh Union alull hazard-.. ' rr 2l2.000n; lumber. (70.000 of it being in ntA Wt.mtnr.b'T, t it.. R..Ml l. ! hon.e frames. 213.000 shinsles. 30.000 1- e tr .. . 1 - ' liri. l a. nml SilO barrels assorted nirrrhan- : 8CI. nlS pa . " """, ""-'" "-, ,.wm Tk.- MH.W wriMM btii-TO, b.nlr.ii.1. Dm i menl Oil foil qf leavi Ion 1 1,0 gradually increasing it. spume, anu $ 1 25; to each ordinary .earned and boy, $100. XX Recorder. by some person who translated if, and, a collector to call lip-uUifiu h-r ll twhold! il proved In l.e a will leu.injr to amount dne. and if. called upon woukl ! fJnillv imn.Pn.n e.iai... Hr. wobahly be premfed to meet the demand. irormandir left, three sons and perhaps U'i the publisher of every country news other children. Two f h,s sons went' PP" knows that it .. out of .he question 10 Kentucky aboul 1SI8, where one or f" bim to employ and pay a collecior out them died; the other two, il U believed, f .hi pn-fii of his subscnpiion; sii It., are .till living. They were worthy nien,!pron continue year nrter year taking and many friends will reioi, to' learn 'the paper without advancing a cent, while Kr-.i iS I n neirWi-d bemiut "maV v-t ! he t paying cah for his printing materi- s ----- j r l.u... -..,1 ....it.;.,n uml HIS, CaII .or lauoi, iiu rin ; hhiij iivvw.- sary to carry on business. Here, ll.en, is a loss not attr.tn.tanie to any oestgn on be realized. Ship from Boinfort for California. roung man command his energies? Read foster -on decision of character. That Wa."'W WM44aV4M(M 1 . f I l . I The Ship Uuisa Blis. Capl. Mcl'hail,! the part ol the ennsenner to oeirauu, oui cleared at Beatilort, N. V. , last week, loriOie legitimate mnia 01 a wor-w uh ....- Lrss svsiein. Thet would pav if wsitcd .' A I "11 t' . i m arise-if 9 j B , upon; the printer rannotaiioni 10 paj ne dollars in collecting thce and he uever now tieing erecteu ai w asningion. , ""r. . : " . - -.-v-.j- . ... , . v ... ,K- which blo.-k should be engraved ihe. I"l?"ille .ManuMclurtng Uo.npany has n.ncr rruu ...u ,u -owing word. : Vnder lh. ,upke m;'e a dividend of 10 per cent, on h.ope- lor. , . . , . , . et Ihe pt ctpl frrahing ,uon lor me previous six inonins. paya-r - - . " . ... .r . J. . . " iu. i.i ti,;. ri...w t....r. m.KihiIm i!ii:int. has had the naiwr mailed to , Kentucky mil oeineiati 10 giceup,"1" i'."'", .? " . 1," , " . . .,, rr.f.. it' - - ' -foneratons on kcomDaraUvevsmalscae.htrnihree years without making a pay Fraternity of State3.--A correspon dence, of a ruot inieretin deicHption, between Governor Wright, of Indiana, and Crftienden of Kentucky, has been ft cenlly rublis&ed. Bo ill llter. btyth,. looms, until now it has use machinery noarlyeqnaj to. the fnll caiiaci'yl of it. power, and the extent of iu buildings. Tht.raMu is not happiest who hsieep4 ment, when suddenly lh post-matter in hi. village addresse. the editor thus: "Sir, your paper addressed to Mr. B- i. not taken out of thi. office. Reason gone to Califqrnia!" , . Aside from cases of thi. kio J, there are A WORD TO YOUNG MEN. Wishing and sighing, and imagining and dreaming of greatness, .aid William Wirt, will not make von meat. But cannot a ) V book will tell yon whit W in your power lo accomplish. You ran. I gird up your loin, and go lo woik with all the indomi table energy of Hannibal .caling the Alp.. Ii is your duty to make lite most 01 time, talents and fcppor inniiire. Alfred, King of England, th6ngh he perfoimed more business than any one of hi subjects, found lime In study. Franklin, in the midM of his labors, had time lo dive into the depths of philosophy, and explored an untrodden path of science. ' ' Frederitk the Great, with an Empire at his direction, in ihe midst of war, ami on the eve of battle, found time to revel in ihe charms of philosophy, and feast on the luxuries of science. - Napolean, w'nh Europe at his disposal, with Kings at his ante-chamber, and at the head of thousands of men, whose destinies were suspended on hi arbitrary pleasure, found time 10 converse with .books. Aud young men who are confined b h bor or business even twelve hours a day. may taJta n hour and a blf of what 1 left, lor study, aud which will amount o t 0 months in the coure of a car. mm