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: 2RCOKVILLE, FEBRUARY 19, 1853. V tl VnsTVK VIiITiill vblican Stat Mobs Convention. tnee'iu; of the under-i,ncd, Republicans iiTt-n-u poitloii, f tltr .tute, ivd'.ed lordlier ""uj" the Chairman of Iii Rt publican Slate Central Committee t In-liiiii.i)iTi. on this 'lay, it was uninimoii.lv Hjto.'d.N call ir Ma-. Coto cation t' In held at lM'U rii.i ox Tiir lrn iy or march hnt at 10 o'clock, A. M., uu l to ex'end to all pcr on, without regard to past parly designations, op poJ t- the I,coom j'toji jwdicy f th present Ad loinUlntion, a rordifil invitatio"! to attend and to -vttieipnU in its deliberation for the purjmne of ysej.' .tat ticket in opposition to the onenoiu ( t. the Kill Iii., l'.v a packed convention of ',". tviee-hit ler end expectant", whn, while "--s nil adatrence Is popular ovcrcljrnty, and endorsed tie Antn'utWtra force Kanus into tbe Union a: Vfv to llu- wi hs of a vast tun- luay 1)0 fully tr- -y. uil to rccu foinmend tlmt tlio iuapto ('cSCuunty h'll tiioetinRi at an cr!y pt"jtatory to th itte M Convention. IV T ITiilvmit. Wnrn.'; R. S lie, .'IN. Vl; .!. . );rhim. wtt: ). !i ii.!. vn; T it I". M. l.; r. W. II. Kit . rikl-.-r; C. P. SI . IIM; J. T. Knii", :il-"u; JoH7 Ko.. Wl"'; j x. Hi'T. Sl.irl n; fan. M m;. K' I !!"; T. A. ;. i.i. Mh'Ixh. Citfi KtRTciica. JU'ior.; W.U. Trmiti.f. TlrP'B' W ii t O Hiiai . fianir; W. SI. I'l J 'fl'T-on; Erlitt Knur. Wnli.Kh; It. II ! I M,.nn : .1. I. hnnii", Slath'ii; X. It. friiit!'!, M.TiLf"o CciiffTess and Kansas. CunsMcrini? the tlivcr.ily (S opinion hcM i' relation to tho future ! Kansas, and the seeming tloublful ploxion of Iho. national Cohitps, wo cliJ not Hunt cur prescient capacity nif fuiently, l.erctofotc, to har.anl a predic tion; but present legis-latve tentli nf-y, in the rreat Cvlliwim of our cis-ntlant'u j:,.in.-, fixe, t.oyoiul a tlor.lt, tie purpose ami tbe pi in, through wh-.th this nw-ot-cd queMkn will le finally Kttl l. The I'lcsident approaches steadily t" the tail crmMtinmntion f H- vile j i r, j ; 1 -tionto admit Kana uml r tie ttccoinp ton villainy, nnJ mcmlcr wink at it as a policy Uictateil ly mcciti, ami adopt ed tlrotil tlo force ot cinunNtihCc. Thcro is now in preparation, jn . the lands of tie Senate Committee, a lull providing for tie admission of Kansas, with tbe Lctompton attadn cht. wliil will, without, doubt bo fmnih.i.-. ,!! thro each liotise, Hissibly witl a proviso, iv - j intr power (which all know to be n!. h 1 , , . . ,, .,. .. I inherent witl tic people) to the tit irons , inherent with tic people) to reject tho Constitution if they ch em 1 roper. Tho assignment, of tlii taalt'T, to a Special Committee, in -opposition to tho wishes of tho administration, was hailed ly some, as a sure prestige of.the suecoss which they so mm I coveted for ttlo Free Stato cause, but every hf pe iis br.uished, for the future, filer than Jin the people of Kansas themelves, an J to their determinate counsels wc must now look, for wha'ever of dignity re mains to tie exorei&o of the Heaven guarantied privilege of freemen, to du. fend ami ujdiold tho sacred investiture of their rights, and form, for themselves tiudi insiitutions as will be in conso natn.0 with tlo natural immunities ol mankind, if It bo oven at tho peril ol life and limb. Erookville. Modern neiontiuV ncumcn would lave ft that the last object pictured to the rye of a person suddenly deprived ol life, leaves its impress upon tho retina, nnd If tho Khlcrotic nmt (white of the cyo) bo removed there will npp ar a full representation of ext rnal (att-es. Now as this theory applies in Individual cases it would seem that wo mi:;ht in like man. ncr gain somo duo to that which indu ce: stagnation and death in tho bush nciw energies of community. The fir.it image that present itself to us, in the pul lio cyo of our village, Is a want ol upf rcciation, on tho part of it citizens. of it great natural ndaiitngs i. the mcehaiiicnl nod inanufat tm ing depart wonts of trade. No oiler town, in the State, has bcttir facilities for the forma tion of tnnrk'i t.illo commodities, ami nono other, that doe anything at nil. supplies less to the common ues of life. With nionied mea sulleieiit In number amiability to pinion tlo imious armsol our beautiful river, around tin? hishiiig wheel of operativu indit try, and fWell its now quii t u!s, Into the fullest cxer eis? of productive toil, wc h;we but that application of machinery to day which sulHecsto meet the home dei.nnnd, of the u't it rrrivrftiv tin so noecssai-ies w Iiiol can ' liot 'T. !1 bo '.upplied from a listaace. ; meto n hose health And happiaess hi ' buimuu astirably enlanced, in the . Ytillat'.-d "''' roomsof tho work- are now forced into the prole .UnouNitti and coiapclled to hustaiu a weight oOL'i.ily uii-uiled to their v culiar goi.iuO Now tlu rcniay be jdiil osophy in tin Nilcring tho eomjiara tivdv v-eic-s at tho evpenso of tho use 'fill, but we protest that there is neither onsc nor inccs-dty to warrant the con tituanee of prols-ional inferiority, Aelit'i-p ihire 1- so irreat indceenunt to Mechanical exec lcnce. ;KxT.Nr o twn Pi lu.tc Po.main. K4)nu of oir readi iv mav bo anxious to V low tl1 i nil ete-tt of our national d'mcn. iun lor tht ic information w e , kam that t foil est and only rcliabh it ta places tlo titimlM r ofjicres at "lit, ;J.,I-')' About twenty live at n s lor ,eiudi; inn n, m oti'a n and ilild in the .fOunr . Warning to tho Uninitiated. f Du As there appears to le some interest A gay Lothario, from Crcensburg, do-j attaching to the earlier condition? of thu typo Iilil in;; in t lie patronymic of 1'nUen. j graphical art, wc had nopcl to pdv a full and came to this'placcabnut two weeks. since, j rx-'"-,,'I ld-dory, butcftiinnttiow, rzivisbntafow in company n it!, I,.s wife, for the avow- ' 1'1,H' f'"in wry. Moveable typci were in- ed .,:.. .sJ of xiiiln brother-in-law ;'tn,rd uW! t,,e -v,!Br 1 -urHest press ... . ii . ., 4 J ki.mvn t'M-xit. was thatrci ntJv Omd'nt Montr. rcvo'iig ;i suoj i ui-iance ii oui mo u w u It seems that while at the houso of his rcl.iive. In1 chiiiu'i I tu niict a Miss K . ii Voting ir i fl of tender roars and ea-v pcr-rashm. who having taken excep tion if. parental discipline, IiaJ deter- niir.cl upon maUin.'the htst 0rUcryr,'"l"cgwn:l,ranUlaiV -oI- ,t . jpi ... i , f ,oi i, nnd vcrv finefv Lound, tho code of lawa imv ii v a in inc niiiiu. .nc Jllt m her intentions jiml obtained money from I'tillen to o tu Cincinnati, ps al.io a promise to a.-i;.t her to wapc frir. her father's house. Thinking that it would bo better, under the existing eifennv si.'inees tliat lis other halt hhould not be aboi'.t at thi- peculiar juncture, Pil -!cn c r.sn.-ide'l her to return home, which she did by the lnornin ?tae. That nifit ho nsj'sted ?.ii-s K , from under the paternal roof and conveyed her to a lutel in tin? lower part of the town whore vie remained all ni;ht. 0 At I o'clock the next morning he tfo!t tlu Cincinnati Mfa, and bo at a late hnr.r follojve.l in n luty, mi as to inter- opt her at Harrison. Jn that vicinity they p(I)t Koveral days, when, tirin their new 13' fieded joys, they returned nnd separated. Tho father of tho 301,111 irirl t-xaspernted, by tho wron i'one him, hail I'nllen arrested ' upon the charge of abiliu tion, but nt tbe trial on Saturday last, tho evidence adduced, from tie prl w.n of unci a nature, in tho eye of tho law, as to exculpate him from punishment. Having mail? somo limits, lowcver, as to what would be ties consequences lo those who had denounced him when on trial Hurie few of our ynnn:; men, insti tuted a new statute with an express ap plication to his case, which provided that the ardor of lis passion should be thoii'M'rhlv cooled bv an all-suflieient i dip in tho in L This provision was attempted to be enforced immediately al ter his release Saturday niht, but was partly frustrated, ns he suet ceded in re leasing liir.h'clf from their rasp and by Ifddly jilun;,'in into tho canal and vwimmin to the other .silo made good his o.-'oapo. Having been leid in bonds to Answer r . . . , ,. to t!ie chai .-of piofesMonal "antbhn, - he made his appearance Icro again, last Monday, but was released from that charge witl tho proviso that ho should immediately leave tie county. J( H'er- "!!! in liU Aiituhio-niphy n hito nn ntiiin nnd rather MijrjroMivo anecdote which we cpn net fnherr ivin-j phire to. UihUt the :'.t ine ilh u'l IV lit It r. lf. ii!o d'-nition. Conjre wn inventt-d wiih u .( funeioMfif 'oven:mi)nt and e'ineoi uiiunfil in pei4.stiii (liroii;fioiit tho yenr, lely the peiin:inctH'T of their sessions In caino mntler of nnensiness to tho people nnd sr tno of the State I,o;jislat;ircn reel tnniendrd intcrinission. Aelinj upon tho Fiipcstion coajrevs flpjoiritcd n committee, of nnu fro.n rrt.li Ftate, to Mipervi.se tin' general frame work of pivertHiient dining the recrsy; nnd adjourn ed to meet nl a fpeeif.rd time. Pretty foion nf tr the ndjoiiiiinii nt, the cantnilti e "p'rerd to 1 isn ;rro"- m p;n a ted wetit home, um left thr iniii try without niiv vi.-i'do liead whatever. "At til:4l!mf" fv,' Ji u"cro:t, "I w. is in Prance ind vpcnhiiig with I r. I'mnkliii if th! in'i lar diposiiioa of men to rjt nrr 1, nnd d'oide into jaities. lie rave Iiis K tilitnent.', n usual, hy way of ApoliM'tin. JI mrniionfd tho J".d-' dvtonf' i;lit-litiiie, in the Pritish cha'rrr.el, n heinrr 1'ui't on n ro k, in tln mid channel, to- tj.'h inarre-rihle invintr. from t'tc milermi. il.nincter if fn, in that nenim; that, therefore, for the ti l-eepor rm ployed to l.-rp up tho liht t, nil j iovidont for the winter were neeenMurily curried to them in iiutiiani, in th"j could never he vi Itnl u; tiin I. II the rttufn of the milder ."e is in ; that, on lim ,1rt rnclh'td day ia the ppiiir. a boat put oil' to tlnju with renk Mit'plie. The boatmen im t nt the door one of the kerjrr, and necotri him willi it "lloW pnvi t, iii ltd Very Well IfiiWMVo'ir eoeij anion? I di lii't know, olit know? i lid he hero? leant tell. Have yuu tut "en l.im lod.iyV No, When did you aee him? ,Vot niuce J.it fill. Yen have hüh'd him? Not I, he Iced," 1'hey Here id t to lay hold of him, in Inning r .Mainly munh red his ci.mpuiiion ; hut hu d"ired llu in to j'o up laiis and 1 Xa'uiiio for ihi msi lvri, 'J'hi y'lad iUtrrel!ed, it t ju , soon a In r hein left there, had iti ided inio two piutieit, nsiy;eed the card In low lo one, nnd those tdrje to the oile r, nnd luid never hi okt n to, or cen, ouoauoilu r since." ri7" Money-matters In Migland seem to have resumed tho old routine, (Vom tho last advices, and exchange can bo had at lower rites than at almost any time previous to tlo lato commercial and monvtarv disasters which bcfv l that and this country. Speculations of va rious kinds, ivjain agitato tho public mind tonclun extent us would induce the conclusion that the Icson taught them of it blighting- influence upon trade, bad been entirely banished from their recollection. Wo may look, will tic opening of tho spring trade, to a re doubled tendency toward speculation in (lis country, ll seems that two h .-.sons t an? not sufficient and tho third, which cannot bo deferred long will bo ucrtish inj; blow to every species of industry. If Oi. 1. 1. Jon Ks, I'.sq., is spoken of by the partizan press as a fit person to represent tho Democracy of this district in tho next congress. Wo know of no one better calculated to n fleet credit upon tho parly, with which he is lion titled, than our neighbor, and take plea-ure in commending his claim to I he consideration of his pditcal fi'ienda. heart rig lato Uli, and tlio earliest known printed Look was tlic Mazruiu IhUe, dated I IK Tin; first hook with name of place, wh u printed und wliotrl by vrai tho Mentz Psalter, in I !Ö7. W'o have moii works our ."elves printed as enrivn.-i 1 1.V1, nml liavo now in fashioned by Justinian. It was printed at Alstndt in tho yenr l.'i.'tS. We will shortly gath er together int'-rosting mntter id relation to tho development of this Lrnnch of art, nnd given full history of iu struglo with popular fiiq.er .stitn tlons. t?2 Wo bavo in onr midst that terror lo evil, doer., yclept a Vigilance? Cont- taitlco, w hich las done nitTivJlviThin th I ast week, for tic cau.seof moral reform, than all the other executive Appliances of our town taken together. On last Wednesday evening, as wo learn, this Committee took under advisement tho condition and prospects of a certain l docry," and have tfven the propri etor until Saturday to repent of bis ways or have a personal application of "col 1 Water" argument, in such man ner as will not fail lo bo convincing. Wo recognize the necessity that com mnnity should enforce tho promptings of the unwritten law of tho heart, when statute provision fails to protect it in its natural rights, and cannot do other than wish that they may bo successful in ridding tho placo of every rum bhop within its limits. Iniy The citizens of Noble county . ".re doing effective service. They bavo sev enty-five prisoners no?? in their possess- ion, 1 harped with murder and other crimes of the deepest die, and they have tho names of three hundred more of the same sort, who will shortly lo captured. Ono of tho prisoners was taken from the pulpit, when preaching. Ji st think of it. The population of London is now about three millions, ami the area occupied for building purposes fully seventy-nine thousand acres. From tili Al!.;Try Kvenlnn Join n.il: A Graphic Dcccriptivo Sketch of the Row ia ConTC33. I 1 1 1 you crir '0 Lntvrciic M. Ivritt ? IM you ever italili him Inn jarailin too lud!, Iiis hrud ttironii Itiirk vt'itti llif ciiiKi iti .1 nir f a Linton H't kiify, hi liorivi'im eye utiirinp lioueuly at tho linlitu pa'li-ry, his tin ii't-out clliown see uwin: like hinein; .Turk' umlor a viorom puiling f tho c!i in, ami ilaiiOily t r.-ml i it jf tau lluor, ma !i ns a pntuik with t:iil-fi-p'.lirri vti.lc-prnnl Amilri iloif .J.lrhly , tritkrn 1ilf ttii; rifi iu -f.alt t r ! Kcitt mii.-t Iijvp Jn a "iii'r driver" re he nun' to C'utijrre-s. Iiis vulgar teer, auitiot'ltit live ih.ikc of llio lua l ami tlio n h! j-like j-i k uf tlie nriii, as hf inirelirs nj nnl do n tho aiiles on the lleliKH'Oitii nolo of tho ('liiimlier, crying out to his party eollenues, hi ulmrp toaoi', ,'.itnn-l up 1" "tSi lliroti;U tlio toller !" "fit thorn I" "Pnn't Vote!" "Vole 110 I" all in'liMto that he hn ofluiutoi! a tvhlpper In f a g in; of flavcs on a cotton or r'n e planlnlioii. J.nt nljlit, diirin; the tire'onie jirneeeilltiRs. Keiti uns iinnoinlly oslrntniiiius nnl noNy, trutlln aroiiti't tln area In front of tliu (.'hair, lnlkiii and lieiphlii'; lnii'lly, hliii U'inr'HiiR inouilit-r", aivl r u'ntiiiK Illing nctieriilly, till h1 liueU hlinu'lf ei of fenjUethitl tint Speaker, with inaiki'd rinplui Uf, reprn telly pronoillo'e'l Iiis trivlnl liio'inn out of jir tT, nhi'o not ft few jC'litlrmen In tliepitllerles lonjj f 1 fr l!' jr!vileji of leiiplnjf 01 tln floor mi l "lul.iii tlie iiiiieclt" out of tlie Ritlililln pejilnjiy heloW, Al'iotf1.'. :rnr eriii'i'd over to tlm Ii'i'.lo'rttii eto of the CIiimiiIm r t cuift r h itli II iekimin, I m ic hlS Ileimit lilt, nf Pel'teylviilil:. Il.iviu fllllchc I Ills C"toVrtne, tlrocr 0 pi?!ni; itowii tlio nll iiilo of thn arcit, on jy I.Ri'U to Iii eat. .hol (lieu (It it. ()i,linitu n-'kvl uu iiiiM.il' rme int t i nul'iull n fiotli ii out of oi'l.r. IIi'ow, nnenr'liie; t tin tl'ilal cu'Iimii, ot jei leJ, iiyltttf, "I oliji el, Mr. h'peiikpt' hi u X oil In the 1 j'i!nr or der." Kein Im whs Ittn.j Inn tr lhro iltk from t'n iii-h where tlinw was p'i , log, a! t Iii (iiow, Iii lue ni"l In il. nl iiinntiir, "Ii nt you, go over to niir ovt 11 olo If you v ant tu ol.jeet. Yon have n taoln Imto iiuy way." Ilmw n plio I In mi elf h et I lone, "Tlil 1 a free Mill, mi l a emu lots a ri;:ltl li to wie in In' ph 11 es hl ll" tili I'onlinulnjf to wulk tie, ly ilown tin iiUiii. h'lllt ludied tu tho it reu, u l Oil 11 in, rniili I fact I Hp tlo ni lo, Jut as llrio rui.'he.l tho ln.tl'un of It. With a av.ijir, Iw ill nai l to (Irnw, 'Vlint .In you loetin ly tli.il .01 ' 1 you .;ive l ie T" tloov colly 1 pin I, "I lie .111 J10I shut I il.l, llml "liU I a ftto ll.t'1, 101 1 11 1111111 Im a rlht lo ho wlnue he p it in ll." K!l'te. leiti' li "I'll lein Ii you," mi l f i'e l ilnor ly i'.u lliroitl, tinov knoi kt'd nwr.iv h! h Ol I, ' pe. he k n font or , mi I le:oli! iy l him, K i'l a I lo-x-c-l him iu Inl. n-d lieu'' f. ""M"'. "P" h'l .V"U kimw, y(,l lililtk K.J illiÜ II pllp.V." tJfOW ho rotoi tel willi iinph..-;s, -1 hate 11 rl;;M to ho 11 t I pleai-u, 101. 1 tu ho lil l.r I Ji'iii In I'd' Ibill."-- IliHluiilly Keilt BJVlilt Hil.'t Hl Oy I.y tlio llm.11', uiel (ii'uw an fpiiikly kuo"!,e 1 olV li! hand villi hie hit nun, whhh lewel Kellt piiitly ruaiil nullit tlio n tun tiino tlenll him n liest y I. low wliU h! il 'lil IVt, wlio hhit Kt iOju t hehin l Iho h ft 1 ir, Ke',1 f 11 nj uu.lt'iily tt if 1 tiu ! villi an iio. A le Wik H'.'l'lf 'hot 11, O'row ,;iv hlni lul eui Intli" rhovt li"twei u tln tduiiiMers, wliii h au-od him la cliil.v Ina. I I'vireino t, wlih hU li- t 1 iipwnr.l, presenting to tho K'tlh iito tin pp'iir.in''i of a miin t r y 1 1 1 ; ; to plnti-r tlniinh tho floor of lit? IIhiho Into the t ;i'i heue.illl. A huielif I B'eotiiitt cf thlt n T.i i r lure rr.no out. Tin lil'OVt. I 0 oil the Very hel nu'.horlty. Tlie ttluvelnihlili Vi'l.itm of Ktilt'ii fill ll, that ll 1 kip ped met fell. I U wut kii.nk".l down l y liiovr. All! now tho Mtl.l.c. Leeaino penerul. As Kei!t fell, row W114 M;ie. hy bolf-11 -ilnt!i Soiilhcrneri, anion jf w le uu wit H;it k tn li of M!" i '-Ippl. Tliey It'-i I) I Iii t tlli lr Kih ol.jeet was t? flop tlie fl;;ht, S. um hellt Vi. I tlo'iil. Hut ill tins t'A ltiklin ; of rn eye, from folly to ffly IlepuMleiina ciunc il.inltinx ii' i'.tf the hull tu til" neciie of tho cnconnt'T, headed hy John I". l'oller, of Wiseoii'ln, who lcnpt Into lins ml l-t of the flht, I.y the si.lu of !row, with the hound o" 11 tiff r, and iouiuien"ed hifiln rihl uiel left auioni; tin pnlrlnrehs with ,;real vl for. -Not exactly n ppreel.it in"; the pttritie mil. Of of löo lis. Li 1 ' il into-1 ni t in ti . Potter pit 0 him two or I lino "reltleri," Which Uilliohilf, 111 tho pell-lilt II I'oilli; 011 around hint, uppuied were dealt hy I'lilui Wn-lo l.iirne whnju-t then hflppeiieil In ho lini'ci lutf ill llutt i lelnily wlieieupolt I'lOrl.ln h llarksthilo e himself iu hoHtilo army atfniitt l'uiltan Klljuh. Jlt at IM1 jiini tuii' llo tin" of l.i'tlljr-renH :oi I peaeo-mhkijrs were crowding hetween Uarksdala and Potter, tbe hitter in the inc;otimo bat ing seized tho former by the hair whieh, hy tho hy, proved not to ho th hon rirn: li.i'r of llio t;iid l!nrk-l:tlo, but a win, whi h the said Potter ha I torn off, and for the tinio h in conrtrted to Iii I own use. Cidnal htder C. Wa.-hburn, of Wisroiin (do -n WnIi burn'i ere H b!oo -'s,") ".ein tint Vitl.l llio Vs i.ili !n eoiiüiet with his orollier lüiliii, fdt hi.i fi it real spirit stirred witliiu him, and rau-iliin; upon, Jlnrks dale, brought ttoWrf one or two blows en i!h top of his heal r hoi 9 tiro wi el ou-ht tu grow." Wliat became of Kiitt after (I row ttet tlie law of gravity iu tuolion wpmi biut, nobody t-eems uLlc tu tell, txerj.t Kuitt hii i'k'.f and ho won't. Tin f.ntt thnt was Hcen of him aft r his head-Ion plunge, he win f'rttia,; en a iifj, in a rafe corner of lh ball, pa!o and hapird, h'ok'ng like a whipt rooster who feoli no ili.-ptottion tu "jrr, ia" Un.l renew the Ptit. All this-tisuo tho epeuker was calling loudly In 'order," rapping incessantly with his Ravel, nnd shouting for th1 .rsi'nnt-at-.'rins. This rnKvval fuuctioiiary mixed t'jou.nec (whicli lookt like nn In dian war-c!nb, with a rmull ructiillic enj;lo pi'rehed tlioruu'i,) nrX .fiL-hcd anioe the "trn-rgling, mirg lnr, toiflln e.t hi Potter,' neeii) n big fellow w inu ii it i:t 1.0 .iiiji, nhen tlio ii!iri'.l voico of the Kpeaher (Ir. (ur .s n mice like a ctenui whvt- tie) ur;;irjt on the v,T,.,.n,.f Ml;r;.(.,tt.,J f rn the in divhiiul eiiK'l he (iloi'ibi-.-nner, wln n rpoit he ulruek out.'u mif'Miv.. .r.ie lion. Potter I a.t athh-t-.., williy man, nt loeno In a "into-." He ,T"t m.o or Iwo hard h'lsini-If. wlil. )i ln promptly r.-piid en the fpot ; to d it is to lievol that the Chivalry will rIvc hint fviir rth tluiinp tho reiuainder of the nt:'ion. In the thh'ktvf of the fht was seen Paivon I.ove joy and Quaker MKt, airu.'injj to keep the pence ; tho:;-1i there win n"inr'.;ia jinnee iu Lovejoy' eye, which tended to pot, tint on tint) provocation, be would, like him nf oIJ, try his baud at hewing VK'iS Iu piee hc.TTrg Um Kord. As cvidcn'U of the rpirit which pervndtj Ihn free men in tlm bull, I will r -l.tlo a setno w hich I aitl tu hare occurred Uhtvii .Motitgoinery of Pennsyl- vanin, nnd Ilucnrk ol Virginia. Their feats ad join and aro near the pot of tho rneoontcr. Mont gomery Is a Iougl.i Iiciiincriit, nn nhlo lawjt r, and a ipiict, gentluinanly person. l.oeiek Is n good heartetl f,:lo, lint bo feels tho blond of tho Vir ginia F. I i-oumlu,; l is veins. As li.iiksdalc at ied (.'row, M'tnl.toiiieJ started tow.ir.N the iti!e. Uncork fcWed hint by llio aim. Tinning t'e-recly upon him M. is 11 very large nun lm f.od lull., (you may fill tho blank with a innet inici-e j.lir t-e.'i 'Let r my nno , or I'll ktmik ywi down !" IIoiihU abetiiiiM-.i S11110 hnndt wt r lui I en knives nnJ j ittds. Iiut, nono wcret'rawn. ( ne K.pul.ÜMii nicmher, j with a Colt in his pocket, nutleipatiux a hlnn ly 5s "iie, mounted a ctuor, so that he could to e In do (jeod scrvieo without h'ttinr, lil friends. A Rrpuh liean reporter in tlt j-.illery, who hnppcne I t lind a long knife in I v-: piukct, ti it d to cliinh down upon the floor ; but flmliug Ihu vain, he proj.o .cd lo drop his knife down, when a f.iciid iu'ilcd that it luiht fall into tie h in.ls of his ilctnic nb t nji tsn he laid down hi' knife rud took up hi pi n. To detail nil this t il.es ix iao time ; nu l yd. the w Imio olT.iir oeeU.ied onl;.' three or four laiiiuti'. After it wu over, a feoliii(; that n great danger had hien hliunne l, 101 t I ini ly liuiitied. g ivc a t-oiahle buo to thoughtful f.n iM. Wh 11 i.!l had j,:ie,, the .""l taker, who had heme hlni-tdf finuly t!iroii;,h the w ild ".v'iio, wim j ule r.n 1 inn on.. The lij of t'te l:vriy Aoti l.eei tnji'.nnil.' were coinprcssi d, nnd tho re. -pousiri! Yea, or Nny, ihi- rni)! the rem. onin; hours i f the niht, wttshi-'i-d throng, Mime fe'Ii rnlhrr than uüeird fo.ni the : .i. if .1 ...I ... . ..iii. oooi.ii. ii ii,. i.i,,:i.n -;;o'-.i', tti.icn ni i.tin nio inent WHS nnii"ir-led, l.n I eoir.lneiwi .1, tin, I blood had hern rhed, 'U- Ant i-T,ei-viip'nites would li.iv i.nl neon Hie'J, 'l!' Ann-f.ei-veip'onites woui.( hav und-j a "I".:. Jr' 'h Vs-". I eoiuerue 6i ay know r.-tMe A.-niienf'ti are i.i i.t f runic ol ei ay Hi.'ldjUU.'ir, i..Uytonn.!t. . . The Sotillirs.Wr,. I iiow what I v f-.i V The T.rom.iln v e.iwel. ii hicll Crow kiiockel Keilt down In tho ver.f' midnt of tlw s'-eillmrn , b of the Chamber, nnd thV aln-rity nnd lire with whi. h some flfly Repii'dioaiiAj-wijinl.-il n.-nos thn H.ill in join the tnigglu nrioillod tlio S'lavcholhis. Pa hcr tiiddings pahl lo-day, "I have sat in thii lbnoe twenty yenr, nu l 1 never mw tint Slave Power m eompktely ladled mi I enwcl dining l,i lifieeu hour's coiit.'.-t." r - - Va3iürt?;to:i Afr.iirs. V'asiiin(iton, IVh. 13. Senator ,lh.w ard hasgiveu imlico of his intention lo introduce a bill lo ro-oranio tho I'ni- tod Statu Supremo Courts, so that the several States slrill Im rohfi'-iMilod bv Judges in th"tfe Courts More nearly on tho basis of their federal population, while tho admini-d ration ofjustkv shall bo mado moro speedy and t tlleient. It i.s until -iMoimI tl al ' Mr. Setvnrd thinks that the Supn i'u" Court is tlio slavery cita.bd to bo stormed. In consequence of iho appoint incut ol a hew Jud ice, it i ordered that the fol lowing allotment bo made : For Iho fir-!. Circuit, .lu-lieo Nathan CliU'ird: Mc.'ohd. Samuel Nelson; third. IJol.crt ('. Cv fiutlh. lb M 'er 15. Tan o , C. J.; tilth. Jo!;ii A. Campbell; nsth, Junos V. Warne, M'vr.illt, .lohn Me Lean; ciglttli. Jolni Catron ; iMnth, Pe ter V. Daniel. WA-III.VdloN, Feb. 12. Hoi'sR. Mr. Ilouctl, I Jepuldiean. of N. ,, said lh; t. rtiiuois wen al.oat iu volving he rights and dignity of the llou-o, and it? I, cd leavo to oiler .a roio. lution lor tin appoint mcnt ol' a com mit tee to ilive- t!;:it- win ihef attempt had been l.l; It1 jTTTsons conneeled with tho lli t Mtivi.'ilepirtiiu iit, or per sons m ting un h e their ii Iviee, to iu IlllclK 'r the IK I I'M l o Iho Ioi-;i, diletl ly or Indii'et tl -, by pi nii,i-o or intimid ations, or givii g or withholding patron age, c. Mr. Wanvu objected to tho recep tion of Ilm re-oluiiou. If Mr. Hoard would put hi - linger upon the poi-.m so w. lending, bo tstil I Yule with him, but not for Mi,!i h. Taping indefinite charges. Mr, Hon. Ion paid if tho gentleman Would state oil his own rc.-pohr-ibiiily that improper iulbonees bad been U-ed. that woull p. f bird a tangible ground lor investigation, but no seurriloiu ar articles Irom newspnjiers would. Mr. Hoard read from tho Pichmoiid South, which said that tho President had declared that ho Would put the lo coinptoti Constitution through iu ihirlv days, or biu-l.a four de.-irablo votes could bo procurrcd by means of l!.o u- tivo iippoiulineiils, but it would require tuen eleritieerinn'. Tho Speakertliought that this did hot present ti e question of privileges. Mr. Hoard read from tho correspon dent of tho Tribune, as follows: "1 learn, that until Mond -y morning, it was expected that Purin, of Ohio, v ould vote again-t tho Lccomidouitcs. On tho morning of that day, however, ho caino to another pera ptioii of his duty, on an understanding with tho President that bis son-in-law should re tain the valuablo placo of Pol master at Keokuk, Iowa, and that ho, himself. ' - - " ' ' - should be gratified with the nl'.h e n ' Marshal of tho Northern District f Ohio, wlicn Iiis present term in the House is completed." Mr. (Jiddings was sorry to seo unnec essary excitement. It ltccame tho States man, representing a free people, lo purgo themselves of such charges of corruption. He rcferrrd to the fact that tho einocra!s bad mice expelled n Jle porter of the. Tribune for staling that Iiis colleague, Mr. lawyer, alo sausa ges. U ho House, by a vote of 1 OS against S3 doeided that Mr. Hoard's resolution was not a o,tieslioti of privilege. Ad jou'rncd till Monday. "Washington', I'd, 1H Senate. Mr. Houston presented a resolution, instruct ing the Committee on Foreign Relations to inquiro into tho expediency of tho (rovernnieiit in establishing a protecto rate over Central America. Laid over. Mr. Mason, (Va.) called for tho joint resolution, providing for tho reception of the Turkish Vicedmiral. . , Mr. Clay, (Ala.) obit cted to the ex penditure of money for such a purpose, as there was no limit to tho amount, and no benefit could accrue from it. Mr. Mason replied, instancing the case of tho restoration of tho ship lies olfte to the ll'itish (lovernment. as do ing much toward encouraging friendly relations with that power. Mr. Seward corroded tho erroneous impression that Amin Hey was an im postor. Ads of kin-mess and courtesy, although not compensated by money, never go unrewarded. Messrs. Hunter and JMg'gs opposed tho resolution. Mr. Clay referred to a previous ex penditure for the reception of a Türk is! imposter, i No tor w ine and cigars lor Kossuth, and thought that we ought to bo warned by past experience. Mr. Pugh thought that the gentle men who sold ships to the Turkish (iovernment ought to pay tho expenses for entertaining this olliecr. We don't' allow our officials abroad to take bribes, why should weoll'erthem to others ? lie should vote against tho resolution. Mr. Trumbull endorsed every word that Mr. Pugh had uttered. Messrs. Stuart and Collamcr advoca ted tho resolution. Mr. Iliggs ol'iVred an amendment, lim iting tho amount to SiiOO. The resolution was passed. i mm- ............ lo..-, .- -.'-. " rrumbulU amendmcl to doude tho In tin Indiana contented seat, Mr question inH.H-.l.aleiy wu rejected. Death of Ei:hcp Vaugl Communilv evervwiiro will he pin- t.oiiioiuiiiiy vmivmi. (unity evervwio"!r cd at tho announcement o I mo ooaiii i. ., , , 1, ,. vr.,,,,,1. ur.t.i.. 1 tho venerable' Jlevs rl v ann, sontot , iiht , . i i t. . t j.v,..., , . lish'p- of tho Methodist KoUcopal Church in the Cniied States. This sad event occurred yesterday piortiing at twenty too titc-s past ono o'clock, .'it his lato residence, in this city, No. '22 South CJ roch -st rod. in tho With year of bis aw. 1 KiULf Ii not unexnected. inc nun- jj , t tUiH. . ii . . much as his cohvaio-cenco irom mo cry-ipclas, fro ia which bo ha suffered j several weeks, had been announced. On Sabbath last he received hs jK-nds, and on fdond.tv wa-'ablo to X a bjc about the house. He retired at his ifoial hour or Monday night. About 10 o'clock bo was heard to u'ter a groan, and on being ap-' proachcil by a meiuber of the house-: hold, bo was found to bo spec ddesM, ami st culling in tho embrace of death. His son, Mr. Town-end Waugh, was -iinuiioiie 1 to his nido, as al.-o was lr Ihilin his modi '.al adviser, but hofro the latter arrived bis venerable patient had ceased to In at ho. It was not known prcei-cly at what, moment be ceased to live, so imperceptibly was the Li ea-t heaved and t ho eye closed for ever. Death w;is induced by disease or spasms of tho heart, to which the de ceased Was at times subjected. Iiis gn at piety, talents, learning, and devolion nttractol tho notice ol tbe (teiicral Conference, and in isilli he was ordained Pi-hop tit Cincinnati, O. da the demisi of llishop Uedding, in Wi'J, ho became Senior llishop of the Church, w hieh honored posit inn he bold at tho time of his death. Sine his or dination llishop Wjt null has resided in this city, though as Superintendent of tho Church be has travelled nearly through every stale of tho Union. In Iho first year of Iii opi-eopacy ho vi-i-led Texas, when that Stato was a lb-, public, ii ti t oi'ganiid the lir.t Confer ence there. Previous to his ht-t illne s iiilclligeiico of a great revival in Iho Methodist Ppiscopiil (.'litll'i h at Cal li-b induced tho venerable prelate lo vi-it that Kociioi,, for iho purpose of laboring in the cause, Thorn bis la-i. sermon was prom bed, rt 1 1 I his worlc was done, "'fruly u great and good man bus fal len ill Israel to il tv." llishop Waugh lea ms a w ilt', ono tlaughtcr, and three sons, besides thousands of friends, to liioui'11 his deiui-o. Iltltimvrc Sun. I I .. ,1 Sr. bo PIS, I'd. Hi. Laie advices from Kansas slale that a pally of balm's men had i-ited West port , Mo,, in search of Mr. Dahl'ojth, a member of tho Lo compton Convention, The M i-sourians made m resistance. Slovcr, ll.o Democratic IJeprcscnta tise fi i iu Leavenworth eoitnly, Is re covering from tho wounds received in iho late attempt to murder him. Tin grocery of Pat Laughlin, who killed Collins at Donih ban ayearor two ago, was bro.eh open dining bis nb seiice a few nights since, and its cnit lehts but lied in the street. A sUirini-h is said lo have I alcen place at Fort Scott. No particulars are giv en, liov. Denver has refused to send troops thcro. ti)' ltocent developments show Ceo. Smiser, lato Collector of St. Louis coun ty, Missouri, to bo a defaulter to the amount of JUiO.UOO. I'f ll is reported that Hold. J. 'alk er, c.-( Jovcriior of Kan.as, will bo at Iho Ma-s Convention at Indianapolis, on the'Jihl inst. His jiresenco will draw a crowd. Doe-lit ks, the funny writer, has taken unto himself a wile, and is now said to be engaged in a new Work enti tled ". lalrimonv ami its results. ,ev- ,.)! ,.,ii inn- life eollli'lilphlled. Is Slavery Aijolished in Kanzas. Tho act abolishing lavery in Kanzas has not vet passed the legislature wh; ia this ?" Vhero is the Bill ? It passed the House was amended in the Coun cil, and sent lack to tlo House. What has become of it? Let not our Legis lature' bo too regardful of the so-called "rights" of siavelohlcrs in Kan.as. Such a right is ati absurdity, and every "Ctilloo" held as a slave in Kanzas is a direct insult to the great muss of our people. Let iho Legislature, then, abol ish .Slavery, by iho law in Kanzas, and if tho question is to lo settled by the courts, the sooner it gets before them tho better. Wo believe, with a member of tlo Legislature, that tho Federal Court of Kansas is only fit to discuss and decide upon "tho nigger question." lliey arc not qtiahuod to pass upon any right ol tho whito man. Lcavcnxcorth Times. Salutations'. If you are n gentle man and meet a lady of your ncqiiain tance iu tho street, it is her part to no tico you Jir.st, unless indeed, you are very intimate. Tho reason is, if you bow to a hnlv first, sho mav not choose to a'd; now.'c Igo you, and thcro is no remedy; but if ? bows to you, you as a gentle lni'n cannot cut ler. From Santa Pp.. Wo have news from Santa Po to tho Kith of January. Tho winter has been delightful. Ihero have been several tolerably cold dajs, but not what would bo called winter weather in .Southern Ohio or Virginia. Snow has fallen frequently, but as fast as it fell it has melted, leaving the ground dry and pleasant. Tho atmosphere is pure and drv, ami iho sky clear and beautiful. Prisiues iu Santa Fee conti uucshris?; and healthy. The penrhnnt Hr "hus pendiug" has not reached Now Mexico. Corn, w heat, beans, Ac., still continue to come into market, in small quantities and aro selling per fanega, at Sil 30, til and Sin, respectively. Tho only other celebration of tlo occasion seem lo bavo been tho general holiday spent upon the nlaza, where fif ty persons were counted ft they were pitching quoits, nnd somo twenty-five nniu-dng t heiust Ives by throwing stones at tho tbtg Mall. A prolific gold mine has been discov ered in tho vicinity of Fort Fillmore. Halifax. Feb. lb Tho Canard Moamship Niagara, with dates from Liv- . I u.,, tIu, ;;(Hh lt.. three , , . . ,lvices. has ar- rived hero. Tho London Monev market was some- ...I . . MM . f I . , V t t , , ..Icotint had been ret I need to l her c. nt.. l tv "ir ... in'r- in. i i' u i' icti oi iiiti. . . . . - . , -; s as tuevionsi iuiiieii.iien, niio v, si t ,. . ,-. . I,.,. .Ittnottlt ...M t,i tint l.l,,o .itlllll.! tlllllllltivivrt. .1. vmv t,r lofiked for. Consols for raonev and account were quoted at 03. Tho Indiatr mail has boon received, with intelligioco ono week brer than previous advice.": Con. Campbell was still nt Cawnpore. lilt would soon novo lo tho westward with a powerful force. (Jen. Outrani had attacked theenemv at Aliualaugh, and defeated tltjm taring ii hi r guns. The lania:tb and Central India cap were tranquil. Tho int di'gonco furnished by the newspapers fioju (hina is no later, but the letters received stato that the lion V in. II. Heed, American Commissioner, had sought an interview with Yeh, but met with a sarcastic re I till'. Lord KIgin's propositions lave also lei u rejected in tho same strain. A speedy attack upon Canton was antici pated. L'H isvii.i.i:, Feb. 13. The Northern Hank, the Pank- of Kentucky, and IIk Hank of Louisville, bavo been lo char tered fiir tw enty years. Private di-palches s ty that N. 11 Van Tuyle, who kidnapped two free negroes at (ielievit, N. Y., and sold one usitfdave in this Stato, has been arrested in New Orleans, and awaits iho requisition of I ho Jovernor of New York. . Tlow in a Liquor Store. iNhfANAioi ts, Feb. 13. On Saturday night about, twelve o'clock, two Irish men entered Puteher's saloon in this city, for I ho purpo-0 of obtaining liquor. Meing refused, they attempted lo raise n di-l ill banco among per-ons who wore ill the saloon at the lime, when iho bar keeper, named IPJil, a (tcrman, ami a man named Castillo, an American, in lerlorcdto prevent a light, The Irish men both drew revolt er und find into tho crowd. Castillo wi -.hot thron time, and died t"t liighl, Hold was shot ldeo ntid is not expected to live. One of the Irishmen bus been JUle-tcd. A good deal of excitement prevails and Ivin h law is lou llv talked ol'. a ExcitdUMit et Brooklyn Nkw Yokk, Feb. 13- Thcio was a great pNciteiuent in Prooklyn yester day, in consequence of the death ol'tJco, II .' Simonsoii, it highly respectable t iti .en, who was aaiilled by a parly of rowdies on Saturday night. The patties implicated in iho as-anlt were promptly arrested, ami lodged in the station-house last evening. An i in prom ti ii meeting of i iti.ens was held, at whieh ox-Muvor Hall pres ided, when it was reso. vei that no effort should bo spared to bring the ua-sins to piMii-hni. nl, and a committee wasap pointed to carry this into idled. Sub- eqiienlly a committee of vigilance to aid in protecting tho lives of peacea ble citizens from violence was also rp pointed. At ono time there was a decided dis position manifested to lynch the priso ners, but better cotiti-eU prevailed, and the idea was abandoned. AbbllPs I HUM til oltiiP. liANTRoKT. Tho N. Y Tribune of tho 13th. publish, es an address from (ieorgo IhimTofi, prepared for delivery at theanti-Le-compton meeting on Friday night. Ho talcs strong ground rigain-t the Loeoinptou Constitution, and says that the policy of enforcing it is ncithci wio, expedient or plausible. I'yWo seo that Judge Strong of Now York, hasdecidod that Hairer beer i- tod nlox'n aling !" Governor Wise'i Manifest. Got. Wise wrote a letter in repby to jyi invitation to address tho Anti-Lo-compton Democratic mcctingat Thila delplix on the 7th inst. of which tlo foliowirg is n part : Wo hare proudly, heretofore, contend ed only for cqnality and justice ; Int in this be wontonlyjdone, without winning a stake Iho power of slave Stato thereby it will be worse than vain. It will be snatching power per fax cut nrfas to lo lost '-speedily" with the loss of something of lar moro worth than po litical votes out moral prestige. If w arc not willing to do judice' wc can't ask for justice; if wo can't agree tu equality, we must expect tobe denied it. It is our lull goring thcanli-slavervox. 1 Suppose wc bait a majority of sla e hohlcrs in that territory ; suj peso a minority- of abolitionists had rot tho cen sus and registrr in'-"'"Lr" '- n d had kept fifteen outo.Jh itn..r...,,n. tics out of iho Ccnvcntion ; siipposo Uiey had formed a constitution with aclaus".i prohibiting .Slavery, and had scut it to Congress without submitting it to a ma jority of the legal voters; or supposo th.y had submitted all parts of tho con stitution to the popular vote, except tho one clause prohibiting Slavery, knowing it would bo voted down if submitted to the majority of the people ; suppose such a 'boot on the other leg" had been submit tcdtoCongrcssaiid we had then heard the absoluteness of a Convention contended for by Ulack Uepublicans. demandimr of Congress to sustain tho doctrine of Hc- iritimacy, I will tell you that everv Southern man would have I t en in in n'i, and witild bo rotisctl to the shedding of blood, rather than submit to Congics fastening upon a majority of pro-slat crv people an arbitrary rcHiijit of a mcro onvontion, unauthorized t proclaim its (Institution without an express crunt. This is the same principle, accompanied by trickery nnd fraud. "We are willing to do undo others ns we would have ihomdo unto us." Tho Southern tiooic ILVk I I I' IM I 11 Ml (T II f k fsisTiCii'i a a u o aro lohl that "prompt admission" i of Kansas as a Stat, will cm the airita lion in Congress, and localize it in Kan zas. hat is the Kanz.is ouestion ? I it local to Kanzas ? No. it nerer can be local again. It has preva dedull lla- ees and all classes iu our country. Lot Congress endorse this scledulo of leer- lomain, let tlo South insit t-n il. b t tho Xoitbern Hetnocracj bo required lo consent to tno inju-ti(e? and flu prece dent becomes of universal application and citation tigainst us for all inio. Not only will the example plead, but it will bo a plea in continuous eases f similar import and langer, rising successively as looir as ton-vast territories to th. In. cific shall be filling up. It comes up aaiii nno it;viu, every year, (nui ter ritories extending lri)inMc-dla Valley d Dacotah. 1 latter not oiir-elvcs. then that any modo of adjustment will . iccau-o Pw is the - sjieetlie.sf' I'm-Kansas, t is all essential that tlo s- ttlemcnt shall bo just ntid right and equal. Jt uoi, ii is suro to no mischievous m that . i ' i i . . i.iriy wineii n:;s snatchc i j it with- nit right, and done wnui;' that good inn v .. i e : . o.. .i ...... ' . '. . 'ooivayi ll. l o tin jiisno t :,v,tsa (,-sw i Hi policy. It all would demand m.!v what is right, and mbmit to nothing ' that is wrong," inju-tico and tippres-iot.- oii. never bo iierpel rated or tolerated. Hie ulterior cllects of adojj,in; the compton constitution with its sthedebt innexed, will bo worse tlian refcrri;!- ach thy que-tion to iho ten itoivil i! isioii. It will arraign tlds Ad-aioi'trati'm, nd tho Democracy ami the South, for Ionian ling more than is rig!.:., and for oreing rcsi-tance to wrong, il will bo agging tho li.'ii of a it tinrit V whilst the hand of a minority i- .n its month t will return tho chalit - to ourown lio.e when Iho Kanz.is qiu'U'o'i aigain nrd igain arises in jSorih lex.t. in Ncv- Mexico, in Mesilla VuP v , and iu all ofir nit idles domain of ntiscitl' d and fa-t settling Territory. It will t!ric f.om us Ihoit-aiiiH d' honest Dcmoi i"rtf in Iho North, who can williiogly stand by us for justice and equality,' b"t who iiiu-t leave it hen to demand more, and rofu-o ju-tico and equality to othei n. It will rai-e the J5la L'epiVdicnn fiag over tho ('apitol in tho nest slrugglo fi.r power, and that, then, wdl raise tho la-t dread is-uo of union r d'-u'iion! A ro md some aiming I o dri v mis to sm h extremities as will raise that issue p.i-t being laid ? Adtllfe'Ral fr'2.i IIixic in r; ci.buov at tiii; J5ttom of it. Nkw Of! I.I. ANS, Feb. . -Plieu.Uy,. fighting took place in iht' Cily ol Mc ieo befiiro Zifoaltiga tiiuiujilo I. Hat few were killed. Zlio.'iioga l ect ived hvenly.-i Voles out of iho twenty. eight member of tho Council d Notable, f.-r Provi-iotml Prcsidelll. Pllebhl and a few other point had recognized iho now government, Tho w liofe country was in nfuioi Inarez, Paiodi, Ihddado, and other-, oppose llio new government, ami ll wa expei ted that they would nmn h ngain-t iho city. Preparation were making lo med them, ami more fighting i inevi table. Alfaro pronounced, at San Lain, in favor of Santa Anna ns Hiitalor. Zuoaloga had isiicd a decree rc-fo. ring tho ctTlt'siustical and military ju risdictions; repealing the law id' l.löll, which dot hired the property of fcclcsi. ast ical corporal ions nlo nable, and an nulling iho said laws. It was repotted that the clergy la 1 loaned tho new party tfl.ouo.oot). Advices from Soiiora show a stato of civ il warfare. Advice from Northern Mexico otntc that Coventors (iar.a and Yidauiri bnd settled their difficulties und that tho States of Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipa ami Coahtilia nd iu union in the coming con flict. A Pr.AWAKK Inman's Opinion ok Kansas. Too many ton crnor's. Heap in tu b too many ( Jovernoi s. First have Heeder no have him. Thea bavo Wooibson no have b.inv. Then bavo Shannon-nohavo him. Then luwKol. inson no lave lint. Heap too much Coventors. Cm! Um'