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Several bushels of six weeks or forty Jays corn from the south of Spain have been re ceived at the patent office, ami will be dis tributed in the northern slates and in the higher regions of the mountains. It is species of corn that ripens within six weeks from the time it is planted. DucklNOHAM SMITH. It is with pleasure that we are enabled to announce a foreign diplomatic appointment that will give sat-! isfaction to the country. Buckingham K.;.h V.n it itnlr.rl l.no ,.!,p i i HnAin f vn 1 1 rt' va fart.- rf lrtrr-.tw.i-i In ' ' . . 3 . , &pain. mis gentleman, wno is wen Known to Us, is every way lilted for his important x i l . I i.i .1 .... r . l. . o put, , oy ins im rongu iw.ow.euge ui me p..ii- 1 Oil J U II till" i-J-'f 111 lUIIIUIUIll I UK. I.' (U- :k t.. r .. i,; i , ish character, his experience and tact as diplomatist, and for his extensive and crili- cal knowledge of Spanish American history. Mr. Smith is a native of Florida, and learnt the Spanish language in his childhood. lie was secretary oi legation in iu 'xico un der Mr. I:tcher, and for a year the. duties ol the minister to tile entire sal- isfaction of his government nf no foreign diplomatist Me xico was so much regretted as that of Mr. Smith, so universal was the respect enter tained for him. Among the treasures of the Escurial, Mr. Smith will find enough to gratify his litera ry tastes, and we have no doubt that in the -l 'Xico im-j performed entire sal-j lent. The departure st whoever lived in field of literary research he will do as much for the cause of letters as in diplomatic mat- ters for the, great interests of our country (Providence Journal, June 7. Sebastopol is distant from St. Petersburgh about 1392 miles. Couriers convey the mails to Moscow, about 1)50 miles, from whence tney go by railway 1o tne capital. From five days to a week is occupied in the entire journey ; so Uiat the Czar has his despatches three or four days earlier than either of his opponents, (unless it be the sultan,) can possibly obtain theirs. The Fate of Turkey. The North Amer-jcity ican Review says, with regard to the Kuro- pean complications: "One thing appears which is. that whoever may get safe- ly out of this eastern ouestion, Turkey will not. TTprlnst Iinm- innnr Sh lii.rr;"in Iirr career with the sword ; all she can ask is burial with military honors. She is at prcs- ent joining the allies in firing the last volley over her own grave. ,rnmCnnnil,nh1fil,nT.:ini,Pr.,iin ZX"r:L : iu. ,V. ... r-V. . r?: iiiiui: iiuiu iiiiiit.ini ui t. nnin. iuv. iiu ii i io.. .r t' ' . -ii . ... ..... .,. r. enjoy a piscatorial visit to the reservoir,; reaMy to catch suckers by organizing SacNicht lodge in that place. We call th attention of our readers to the conclusion of the article : Accordingly all things being in readiness at the dead hour of midnight, or thereabout, "'.T' ' naireu iu me resilience oi our uisiiuguisueu i ,, ... ii i c ii fellow cituen, 11., where we were formally miMiiPii mui nil i nr n r i mv pr nni mysteries and : .ii...i -ii .t. lusiuueu nun im uie arts .1 : . t i . . ueviccs ui oag r,ci i.sra. It was, indeed, Mr LdKor, a truly mtcr- esting occasion Ihdre were just seven us present, to wit:. Messrs. L.,W., II., JV1., w . and K. 1 lie governor and our iellow citizens here will recognize us all at once, but for the world I hope they won't expose us. The governor gave us a very grand and impressive lecture upon the necessity of re deeming the Buckeye State this fall, and nave no tiouDt irom tne length ot our faces that he is fully satisfied that it will be done He exhorted us to persevere in the good work until the election was over, I have doubt we shall. His excellency promised us another visit between this and the ides of October, which time you shall hear from me again. THE INQUIRY—Little George. a Where nrt tli'ju gone, dear one, oh where, Amid tlie realms. of order, dwellts thy soul? SivitchM from our fond einliraee, despair Consigns thee to annihilation. Jtoll, Ah, roll tlio mill-stone's heavy load From off our hearts ; the uigTitsluidc dash ; And liuht paternal faith int'i the road Love fain would travel, where the flash j Of lijrht nnd life immortal lenin alwny. : Then art thou there ? and there an eternal day oh that 1 knew thou wert not wholly dead ! Or did I know I should not wholly die: ! Then would the sweet nnd confident assurance shed A holy joy, to meet thee in the nnt'athomed Uy. i UOl J were worth a thousand world to know , Tl0 i,OI,ef future life were truth, And feel, though dead to all the world below, . .. i i .i :...... ....ti , . o-.e , - ' ' V ... I j l . , A hvn wouM the rapturous transport robot halt us a inus.j,.rePi j)Jth( who travels to m.d fro. , Twk Tkriiiijf.-e Eahthquake is J-u'as. -i;U! shanghai (China) correspondent of the J xuW York Herald, under date of March 'J. "Ihinn ! t.r a busv and thrivin ves the following particulars of the late, j ten iblo earthquake in Japan. He says : Upon the arrival of the Powhatan at ' Sitnoila, the pitiful effects of the. earthquake UVP re visible on all sides ; where last year we; leit a busy aim tiiriving town, nanny a ves-, tige was leit nouses, temples, urutges, irees.i everything piled Irr. and there iu endless! contusion and irretrievable destruction ; i miles up the. valley from the beach, new mans nf rain Kli:i ttoril innks. niles ol i ! rubbish, broken furniture, masonry every- i thin" but the firm hill dashed to fragments. ! It was a pitiful sight; and moving amongl all were the heart-broken inhabitants, lan- uiiidlv collecting some old timber some! broken pieces of a once favorite home, or relic of a lost loved friend, or erecting from! the ruins a miserable shelter for their fami-' Mies. ; " This earthquake, as we gather from the ! Japanese, has been felt over the whole island j of Niphon. On the 2lth of December, at six o'clock P. M., thirty-four hours after the : destruction of Simoda, the sea rushed in the j sain,, ,nanner over the beautiful and wealthy of Osaka, said to be. the most beautiful in the empire, and totally destroyed it; the shocks were but slight, and the first intima certain, tion that the inhabitants had of great danger was the fearful influx of the sea. In Yedo bav. at Yedo. and the numerous adiacent a I populous towns, more or less damage and ' loss of life occurred ; but particulars are not j to hi obtained from the close and politic1 I Japanese Bank of r VJ'i 'IT I t. 1 VTlT 1 V A Wt t J""IV , r . ,:,;understuiul, says the Indianapolis Sentinel, in i i .. . l j I - l i ' trial tlie commiss .'n ,0 state into bank districts, and locate the b h s permitted by the law, created six but a. tetu anJ Uw ,aces designated below number of stale bank districts is now six- f Uw okl bank Iimitlcd (hem fu lhirleen. T,- laccs atUUtional to the oUl arc Lima, Conuersville and Jefferson ville. The other upon llie placesiWere It will bi seen that the j i , .1 .:..:...!,, 1. k n ; Places are uiiist: cuiiuniiuii; uk: uiuhuics ui ; ,1(J olJ baul will the exception of La Porte ! i . . . . i i . aiuUlvin0luh designated by the commissioners for the lo- f b k viz . of! Dist.No. O-Co.mersville, K.,;UUV rorte. " 10-Madison, : .. 3 Plymouth, " 11 .Tcfferaonville 2 I.a Porte, 3 Plymouth, ' 4 Fort Wayne, " i Tia Fayette, C Lojjansport, " 7 Indianapolis, " 8 Richmond, The following are the places! 12 New Albany, 13 Evunsvillo, 14 Vincennes, 15 Bedford, 10 Terre Haute. I We clip the following significant para 'graph from a prominent Jv. IN. journal at Starting a newspaper is one of the most rash and reckless of human-actions. It is only equaled by marrying an opera-dancer, or committing suicide by blowing out your brains with a shot-gun. Let no sane man enter into any of these speculations. They won't pay. Ci'kioit.-j Facts Cokceknin.i Dv.5pkp.sia. The effect of mental disquietude in produ cing (his prevalent complaint, is far greater than is supposed. It is well Knovrtl that persons in good health, cf sound digestive orgfins, who take, plenty of exercise, and are free, from anxiety, may eat almost anything, and in quantities that would kill those in diff rent eircumstonees. In reference to this point, Dr. Brigham, an English medical writer observes: " We do not find dyspepsia : ' ...1 .v.. " . r"-,nlwlL ' -uuiu uw nnc uie rauu e no eat most enormously. Travelers in Siberia say I hat the people there often eat forty pounds of food in one day. Admiral Scnrip-choffsuw-a Siberian eat, directly after break- " rasl 2J pounds of boiled rice, with 3 pounds of butter. But dispepsia i.s not a common disease in Siberia. We do not learn from C;ipt. Perry or Capt. Lyon, the Arctic trav elers, that their friends, the Esquimaux are very nervous and dyspeptic, though they in dividually eat ten or twelve pounds of solid food perdav, washing it down with a gallon or so of train oil. Capt. Lyon was, to be sure. a little concerned for a delicate vounr? lady Esquimaux, who eat her candles, wicks H1Ki an V(,t ne (ioes not allude to her ina- hility to digest them. ' Women should shun Men of Bad Char- acter. Did woman feel the responsibility jot me station sne noius in society am sue feel how much she is the aibilress of man's destinies on earth, nay even beyond it, how different would she act! Instead of dis- pensing her smiles equally on the worthy and unworthy she would show by her discountenance of vice how hateful it was to her; no matter how talented a man was, how graceful his manners, or pleasant in person, unless virtue was the guiding star of ins conauci sne wouiu oanisn nira iroin ner presence as being unworthy of breathing the same air with her; she would shrink from his society as she would shun a noxious rep crowned tile. Is such the case? No! No mattet what a man's vices, if he is handsome, bril- nam in conversation, anu verseu in me arts with the utmost indifference; thus giving rise to the too generally received opinion that, the worse a man is, the more agreeable of flattery, all the smiles and attentions are lavished on him that ought to be bestowed only on the virtuous; while the man who is endowed with every good quality that can render him estimable, if wanting in the showy acquirements of society, is treated he is to a woman. Can it then be wondered at, that, to meet her in society, win her af- -! I il - .1 1 lecuons uy u uioufcaiiu uameiebs uuemiuus. und slight them when won, is the pastime of u . . an hour to those honeyed flatterers, those destroyers of woman s happiness, who, like a cilded sernent. captivate but to annihilate. they regarded as the nests of society. inslead of being treated as its ornaraentf. the race would disappear. ILmerson. The Charge of the Six Hundrf.b. A correspondent of the National Intelligencer, speaking of the light cavalry at Balaklava, . i.. ui : it: -a iueiliiou& a case ueuiiy waiuiiei in iiic tjiincm Slates, which occurred during the war of . . . . ... . 1S13. It was at Little England farm, Eliza beth City county, va., that on the aatli ot June, 1813, Adjutant Robert Anderson, of the GSllt regiment, a volunteer staff officer, serving without pay or rations, and a aative of the ancient city of Williamburg, now re siding at Yorktown, led a baltallion of three hundred Virginia volunteers in a charge up on more than three thousand British regu lars, commanded by Gen. Sir Sydney Beck with and Admiral Sir George Cocfcburn, killing and wounding sixty-four of the Eng lish, with a loss of only nineteen Ameri cans, and when nearly outflanked, retreating to Yorktown, a distance of twenty-foui miles. ' The Crimea is 124 miles broad in the wi dest place and 170 miles long, from east to west. The Tartar population is about 61,000.