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MO-TICri.i.o.-A correspondunt of
hie New York Newa, .writing from
harlottesvill-, thus speaks of "Monti.
ello." tie ast, resting place of Jefferson:
Monticello, the beautiful country seat
if Mr. Jef'ersdn, is within s'glit of town -
he house, with its interes ing associa'.
Ions, is the >ride and boast of the neigb.
orhood, an is the resort of sight-seerp,
ouists and parties of pleasure from all
)arts of the country. The site is hap
nly chosen--being the topmos point of
.t ountain ridge which slopes down
rom the very door, and from its eleva
ion it dommands a vieW, of the unsur.
massed beauty of the whole country for
nany rniles-around. A few years since
t. was beautiful, and qhaded by the fitest
ipecitnens of forest trees, but the tenant
who occupied it during the war, sAw. in
,hemn only convenient firewood, and Ias
lestroyed nearly all of then
The graveyard in which rests all that,
i mortal of the illustrious man who so
Aften drank inspiration from the scenes
ironnd -himo, and whosa refiniment of
.lste induced the selection of that spot
or his dwelling, is marked by a rough
itone of granite-the inscription defaced,
.r indeed almost doetroyed by trophy-lov.
ng travelers,, to wl om nothing is
sacred, and from whom nothing is safe.
It wai sold upon the death of Mr. Jeffer,
ion, and has. for Many years been th'
Droperty of the late Captsin Levy,
ormerly of the United Stites Navy,.
During . the war it was sold nnder. the:
aequostration act, but of course now. A
turns to its former owners.-' Who the
aid ownersare is a matter .of 'some
Joubt. as by Captain Levy's will, itw"s
Lo go to the State of Virginia,,. upon
condition of her establishling a Je'wiu
school there; upon her decliingtydo'
this, it was to revert to the United atates
Government. with the same condition,
annexed. What will be done itith%
matter is not known. At present. it s
talked of as a good positon for a freed
mWs- school I "How are the mighty
Tnr. LONioN TIMrs -It is stated tI
this leqding journal of the .world ehacit.
Lates sixty thousand copies daily. 'It
was established January lat, 1785.'%by
John Walter; in 1803, his. son, John
Valter, Sr., s-cceeded to the. ma:lge.
mentl, and 1837 he in turn was follOwed
by his eon, John Walter, th'Aird, the
present publisher. The 1 on .has se
.ured its immehe influence by literary
rerit, accuracy and enterpiiie, and now
aonf'nes itself to business, fllowing jn.
stead of leading, publie -'sentimeni.- It
rieldsits.proprietors a net profit of about
12A.000 a year. Itipt'esent editor s'
rjhn Del4ne;' who has, abociated *1:1t
iitn IMowbrayf Morris, the bsiness wipna
ger., 13othof .thehe'gentliie enare mier
bstEd in thi grppt-tohIip *f Itheplspir.
Mr. Delane, who is re'ally the !Qidf of
the concern, goes mjuch tntoiedlety Whorb
ie isIgenerally rectiedo %tis paid kof
im, in tie fashionable od tid hthees
Jraving-room influencos have. heir aees
ajion 'him, .and 'th ',hewter dgals
ruore leniently now with the *sins bind
olos of iupper tendomi .tha'i6AI 'former
liy., when the e4itqr dould l:nothip'g
by-an-honest -indeendence Ir, Do.
lano 'gwas always in the-har du'ring the
life of Lord #elmerston, \whel .matteis
)f imortaTice wieo'bofoTd -the Caebingt,
if visiting him, every pight whefi he
was in town, for informatien iasto 'the
p'obable course of the Government. This
rael the Times to give to public sen:
irlbent .apparently 'the lead4 whtile, in
nect,. it 'was but. followiig" a course a.
endy laid down. It has bpin truth,
,f late y'ears the Governrnent organ.
Liesides a liost of reporters' there are
aumerous departments, with a suabeditpr
i't the head of each. "
NOT A OitsN 01 TNN UITt EO
uATs--One day during the
erm of our Circaa Court, friim
lrawn asa ina a p
s othiiseof'thl ,dt stbi.A e
.'AN0D6TC O o UNT CAvOUR.,.
'Whep that great mnn. Count Caroqr
came to Paris, he wik introduced to the
"beat 'clubs." and whist was the naturar
result., Hie played wlifat well. There
are several persons the t-iria clubs -
who can hold thejr own atthat tourta
ment of trumps; but still-Count Bonso
di Cavour could hold his own. ,nd even
go a little further. TIe fivtnight- h.
played "double duinmY' with akAni l6
German banker baron, who Is 8.p ose d
to have a good deAlf mone, -a ho
prefers keeping that useful mediunm to
disbursihg it. Theend - of night No 1"
was a *tarler. The Count lost ever.
thing. Hb had, howeer,. a cool head
and was a liberal parter. "Good,"-said
he; "I see the game now. I've bought
it and paid for it; perha p it won't he a
very bad in'estment afor all." - They
played the eeond night. It. was quite
an event. Round the table a "gallery"
of the best men in Paris. Diplomatiets
forgetf(l of portfolios, 'hung over the
shoulders of the "minister from a small
Coutry," who had literally forgdkten
more than they had ever known. Swells
of the "howling" categoe: dropped I
from "over the way," andwaitched wil
urious'eyes the'cool calmness of the
greasest master of finesses thut our day
lisa ever. seen.' Great speculators con.
descended to look'a% "that colnt~ wh6
played so high and o eIeadly." That -
conot was right-he did understand the
game,,a hid antagonist-found out to the
tune of0,000. pounds. -
41i:AS1taxxxx-rT or. -CqN' iN 'THE
CRIB.-r-After leveling the eorn, multi.
ply the longth au4 breadth of the house.
together, 'and3thogproduct by the depth,
wi)ch , ill giye the oubio feet of the bulk
of~om';' then -dijida tlis"Jast product
by Lwelve and thi quotierit will be the
l 40rOf bireit of shelled corn in the
h, t sa' crib. Ifiber- be a reiainder
after the division, i. 'if d ,, b o many.
twelfh of a. r.f ihel4.ota over.
.h*anpl-1 2 feet lonr.
I. feet' broad.
6 6.batrels shell Corn.
'beh in a barrel.
930 bu'sheli rhed corn.
Dic Boi IA ftcent let ter i6fcieot f
ernoi- P4Ra of Soith 0iroli, s
'Admitting iat to be true, ak'hs al sys,
b1een imaintnewd by SoutIt,n@ X
that cjiiiart conditlons existin rinyi
'eeot*9ps, Are unfavorble 'tI
and, Nottth' Ageicancn
hiere can he no..dojbt of i4 ' fac
a large portion; rtd. iiigot cases,
'the larger portion/ of each of the'Soijsly
ern States is well adapt.d fahlte
an a(tual morta'ry 'retirns,
'Mitch highor legreb 4if ph'a 1 - -
in thei*, looalities than in'the $e hg
land and North westeri Statep
tlkidujyt., Dr. J. Q. Not' 6t'f6b
br. ngr ndthe Jate- pt.',
N d. rlensihdriocfin
1h treedoes ,revegl Joan*f:qsig . t
1".y.be-consulte qjch reat' C
nandlk)t the. '.ai Mst1d$'0f:
States are.,believd4 . . to
Pilit. The re ~oni fe r
iarif e.wI1 el. ta 6a~~
Virginia, Nertlj Ctoi~, ei*
Alabana, .asssip i.s
F~lqri4s." *2 ~f'a ar4
Thirehigiout llief of the Ae~.<~eX~
Presiderta of -the Uniti4 St'su a.iia4I1~
chit$ bysieirr*tendane et pn to wM.' -~
shp arid'eli~qne a~etrded in.I hMWuii TE
in' shinybe si" seed' foig ?'
bhnAdas ito 1ot aa~'