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rataUklBLS DMAITBIt tTt hot the Sttnr AtlaaUteOseat ! mt lAtm. W litre to record tccooatoof diatr ia tht t't Ilaed Bonrtd.whkh recall vividly teraind 'tnVfearfal fit of th temboat Liftftn, whicb, we hv great tear, will even exceed in S lettructien of life, tht terrible record ( that wreck. ' "' " Tbe new tod meg nlflcent tatner Atlantic, .Captain Dustan, wa drivn abor PUber' l1aad,ertyoppoltNew Londoe, eahr wjr this eity, In thgat f Thurdy. od on Fri day morning went to piece. .... Tb tost of fife, though th ,B u 7 un known, mort bo Yry greet, twenty ine dead buditt having already been recovered, and thi amber, ft 1 appreheaded, trill be treatly rreased. ' The following particulars wet fotnltbed by Mr Jame Stetenn, the aeeond Cantam f te etetmer, published in an ertrt Hertld : Tat Atlantic left Allyn' Point thont htlfpatt 1 1 Wcdaeaday night, with an unatually emarl number of passengers, ns inhering with the crew, rvant and Sic era of the tteamer, in alt trader n "hundred perron. Sht got well ander way, and whit going finely, th steaea f wooing i)to th (team chimney bunt, rendering th en gine entirely uteless. At about th same time tbe wind chopped round suddenly from th N. . to th N. W. and blew a hurricane. ' The anchor were immediately hove over, at which the t earner rode through that night, which wat very dark and itermy. At 'daylight h ws abreast of tht New Lon don light, drifting all the way toward tht abort. The (team pipe war firit cut away, aext th pilot-house, and then the buHc-heads, to a to give th wind a clear sweep through th vessel, and render lew surface to its attack. The colors were hoisted balfanatt, bat on th Mohegan'a attempting soma measures to go to her assistance, were hauled down by order of Cnpt. Dustan, who knew that her efforts would t4 Ineffectual. Thus the steamer remained all lay, till towards five in the afternoon of Thurs day, the wind lulled, and hopes weie raised that all danger was over ; but not long after the wind hifted two points, and blew with mora than previous violence. Th Atlantic gradually drifted nearer and narer to the shore all Thursday night, and for t vo hours, from 2 till 4 o'clock on Friday morn ing, lay within a cable's length of th breakers held by two anchor. At about half past four tbe stern touched, and both cable instantaneously parted, and sbe broached to, lying broadiid to th sbore, in a heavy surf. The coast was bold and rrfcky inside of a raey reef; had she broached to the other way, to that ber bow would have reached th breakers, per baps not a life would have been saved. Tbe vessel went to piece immediately j within five minutes of her striking, nothing was left of her entire but her engines. The freight bad mostly been thrown overboard some time previous. Capt. Dustan was last seen by our informant when the latter recieved order from him to go forward, and at the proper moment let go tbt chains. At the time tbe Captain stood upon the after promenade dock, giving his orders as calm ly, and with as little apparent emotion as if upon hore. All bis efforts seemed to be for the pre servation of his passengers his own fate was joined with that of the vessel h commanded. Mr. Stetson went forward with Mr. Kingston firt mate, Mr. Boyle, the clerk, and Cba. Chris tian, deck hsnd : the latter was lashed to a long rnpe, and lowered, so that a communication could be bad with tbe shores; but the violence of th waves tor him from th line, and he him self was saved with great difficulty. Th others mentioned were, when she struck, washed over board, and all reached tbe land in safety. It is impossible to arrive at a full list as yet, of the pastengert saved and lost. Ther were in all on board, about 70 persons, of whom 30 were passengers from Boston. W giv below the names as far as heard from, Mr. Stetson, who, from all accounts, acted like a man from the beginning to th end of th trying te;i.c. states that to every passenger was given on or as many life preservers a be might cboot to take, and tbey were lb mean of sav ing many lives. By direction of Captain Dus tan, planks were strongly lathed together and pointed out to the passengers. In a word, every thing was done that could be don. Tbe passen gers, says Mr. 8., acted nobly ; ther was no confusion, no selfish excitement ; each on teem ed to regard more th safety of bit neighbor than of himself. He speak in th itrongest terms of their conduct. Capt. Van Pelt, of th Mobegan, and Captain Williams of the Cleopatra, furnished every as sistance that lay in their powers; clothes, provi sioni, every thing needed in fact, was given with n umpiring hand. Mr. Tarbox, of Norwich, also lavished bit hospitality upon eaeh and every sufferer tbat be met ; hi kindness is moat high ly spokn of by many who wr th subject of It. But on scene In the drama, our dnty. though not our win,, compel us to publish. While th band of death m as busy in this pier of sorrow ana disaster, in band of mat was engaged in robbing th victims of the storm. At lb bodies writ washed ashore, there wer being ia human from woo could with a callousness of heart al most incredible, stoop dowa and plunder than of every article of value to be found. The clothe of some were cut, and watches, money, Jewelry, eoytning convertible to gold, wa stolen. Did we not know this statement to b true, w shonld hardly dar to believe it. Mr. Stetson leaves this alternoo forth scene of disaster- Though he, as most of the passe a- (rt saved, were much bruised by th floating limner, w ar happy to stat is cot vrely inj area - Qfiotrt and Passengers eftU Boat tod Cp tela Dost in o th Atlantic ; Dr Ussier of tbe Navy ; Lieut Norton, of the Army J Clergy man Mined Armstrong J MrHtfto,warde; Sarah Joneon, Chambermaid Sarah Raby, of Providence, du j Elisa Weeob, Ervenl of Mtt Lewi. ' ... John Walton. MJa Jta Walton, and tbetr bildren, John, James and Eleanor Jane, all one family, from wen Newburgo, for Pennsylva nia. Robert Kin and Jacob Walton, of th ssm family, saved. Tbe following are tbe name of such of th crew lost a w have been sbl to ascertain : John Qlesson, Thomas Oodney, Michael Dong- rty, Chart Ryeley, John Macfarlan. Passengers Sated.-Cpt Geo W Cullum, U S Eng'r Corns Seabary Brewster, New York Ctpt Peter Hann, Portland C C Orr, Louisville Ky Jotl R Andrw, New London Lieut E Maynard, U S N Lieut C S Stewart, U S Eng'r Charles Csdnedly, New York Hiram Tarboi Lisbon, Ct Francis, Herrick, Boston George W Rogers, New London C C Comstock. do Tbemst Truesdell, New York Thoma Good ing, Boston Nathan Reise, Newark, N J E V Booth, Boston Edward Maddon. do Charles Mitchell, Norwich C Peterson, Boston, Henry Van Wart, Birmingham, Eng Varnham Marsh, Nw York James Wilson, Boston Nathaniel At wood, Massachusetts Richard At wood, do Goald, Adam1 Express; Monroe, do OJffcrn of tht boat Saved. Jsme Stetson, Snd Ctpt, Ch's Woodwortb, barkeeper; Boyle, Clerk Capt N A Allen, pilot Charlee Cran dall, Snd do Dennia Spellana, wheelman Elias Kingston, 1st mate R W Duncan, Snd do John Keelet, steward Eli Hirdtell, second en gieeer Jeha J Gale, third do Charles Chris tian. ' There were tlx female, four children, and two infant among th passengers. All tbe fe male wer drowned or crushed to death. Only on of the children was saved, and h was th on ly one of th family of which bt was a member. His father, mother, married aister, and a yoin ger titter, and two young brothers, were on board. Tht poor tittle orphan thus saved, and thus throwo alona on tht world, it only twelve years of age. Th two infants were drowned, frocen, or crnihed to death. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Th Journal of Commerce of Saturday after noon learnt from Mr. W. W, Boyle, Clerk on board, that after th steam chest parted, the ves tel floated mm little way, and let go both ar.- chors about one o'clock Thursday morning, where sbe lay. The gal continuing to increase, tbe grate belonging to th boilers were taken from them, attached to a cable on board, and thrown overboard, aa an additional anchor. The hag gsg and cargo were thrown overboard, and pro bably most of it was washed ashore by th vio lenreof th gale. She did not teak a particle from the time sbe anchored. Tbe anchorage was very bad, a nothing but aton or rock were found. Th passengers numbered about forty five. Every body on board of the, boat wis provided with life preservers. A great many threw them selves immediately into the sort, and depended entirely upon the waves to throw them ashore. Three waiters and the futirth rook, and most of the passenger were lost by the falling of the promenant deck. The list f passengers, both, from Boston and Norwich, it saved, and was given in charge of tbe Steward by tbe Clerk, for safe keeping, but as it was wet, and required to be dried before it could be used, no further par ticulars can be given with any certainty. The psssengers and craw were treated with the greatett hospitality by Mr. Wintbrop, who return thanks to him for bis very kind attention to them. There art pnly two houses on the Island, one of which is Mr. Wintbrop's, as above stated. Tbe bodies tbat were saved were carried over to New London for interment, and all the atten tion that can be paid to the recovered bodies will be, (such as procuring coffins, shrouds, ke. and giving them a respectable burial,) Ly tbe of ficers attached to the Norwich and Worcester Railroad Co. if the friends of the deceased do not receive early intelligence cnoujh of this sad event. Captaia Dnstan'a body wet brought npto New York by th Long Island Railroad train, and was taken immediately to bis residence on Staten Is land. Hi wif knew nothing of the event until th dead body of her husband was brought home. Sbe take it very aeverely indeed. Capt. D. leave five. children, the eldest of whom is only 14 years of age. He intended to have hi life in sured on tbe next passsge bom. W learn tbat Captaia D. leaves but a slight dependence for his family. It is related of Captain Dnttan, that to the earnest expostulations of his companions in peril not to expose himself by retaining bis poti tion over th upper saloon, bis reply wss, 'If tht Atlanlit goti, I go with her.' LATEST INFORMATION. Th New York Herald of yettercUy, contains th following additional: Five bodies wer brought eg to tbe city In the Long Island train that of Dr, Armstrong, of th three chambermeiJs, and of a gentleman, nam not kiown. Th Boston Advertiser gives a list of many, who bought ticket in Boston for pastag to New York. It say : So far a we can learn, only 36 passenger (20 first cists and 10 second clats) bonght ticket in Boston for the pastag to New York by th Atlantic, on Wednesday afternooon Th total number of bodies thns far recovered 1 twenty-nine, which we hope will embrace th whole aamber lost. -! Tbe Atlantic had on board a draft for $33,000 from the Dotted States, on torn Massachusetts Bank. ' A DtxocasTie Poet. Th combination of these wordt mty sound singularly to the ear, bat it U fact that th Pop is accused of Democra cy, tad o being at th bead f "Young Italy." From th N w Orlean Picayune of th 1 1st Inat.J " CAPTVfta Or TAMFtCO. : Froparnalend Iter ft ReteaUa.' By tbe arrival of the) U. S. Steamer M itwitv JppJ, Com Perry, at lb 8. W. Paaa, new wm received in the city yeeterday of the f toreof Tamplco by the U.S. equadroo on tbe 14th inetant. Vfm anaounoed ia yeeterday morning edition of the Picayune, the departure of the squadron from Anton L lardo upon this expedition, and before the dy wat over, the ticces of the enterprise. The fl"ct (t iled under Com, Conner on the 11th and Will int. On the 14th, Com. Perry crowd the bar with the SpitflreTVixen. Petrel, Bon it and Reefer, reinforced from the Cumber land, MfoeiM'ppl. Princeton and Sr. Msry . There w bo opposition made to the American arm. ThMown we surrendered uncondition ally, the1 crrion having been previously with drawn. The Miawlemppi tailed immediately for the Belize for troops to rarrbon the City. In co ming hither Com. Perry touched at the Br sent. and despatched a lieutenant to Gen. PattertmVt camp to obtain troop for th" parrison. The Mieaifsippi then came tu the Bali to for the same object. We learn from proper roorce that a bout one hundred and fifty men, recruited for the lit tnd 3d Infantry, will be dcepatcht-d im mediately for Tampion. A detachment of theee troops hi already ar rived; the remainder ar expected to-day or to morrow. Beid thr-ee, four com pen ten of the new regiment f mounted riflemen, under Ma jor Burbidt'e, will be sent toTampicna nion a they arrive. They are hourly limited fur. Cup'. fletzl. ifthi QtinrtermsrterV Depart, rncnt. In been dept.tched to Buton, Rouge ''or ordnsnce and munition, and Cntt. Birnard, of the Enrrneer, will repair directly to Tampico, to superintend the rreciinjr and arming- ofthe t eeesesry defence?. Although the city win taken withont the loss of blool, it i manifest that it it not to be eurrc nderrd without t ttrujfcle before peace in declared. The town it now in pneert-tiun of the mtrines tnd tailors of th- fleet, who cannot be well spared from their th p. A .on it the place is tufii.:ieilly garrisoned by land forces, ihe equadrnn will proceed to other bumne. A chinpehst come over the fleet tnd we doubt not of its future iiiieiiilnrte. Many of our nsval officers ropret that Tampico wat surrendered without a b'ow. It it well enoch at it i. We incline to the opinion that the place will become of the utmost consequence to the intended operations upon the interior. The withdrawal if the Mexican rtrrieon it evidence that Santa Anna ia making preparations fur a demonstration upon atarpe scale in the direction of San Luis Potnsi or Sal tillo more pri bably tt the former. We append hereto a liat of the officer of ilia Miebienippi ; Lint of OJJicett attached to tht V S Steam- ihip Mististipj i, S. IV. Pa$s, Aon 19, 1840. M C P'-rry, Commodore, Henry A Adam, Commander, John C Carter, First Lieutenant Win A Purker. Second do.; Henry P Rubinenn, Third do; E C Anderson, Fourth ic'injr do ; left tt P iut Isabel to communicate with the commso- ding officer at Matimor'. J Hi pin Brown, Mite'er , Henry Roper. Acting Master unt tu Untied States with pri xe. LW Minor, Surgeon; Washington Sher man, Atetttmit do. Lewis Warrington, Jr., Pureer. Msrk IIBccchcr, I'rofol Muilienietice. William Iwell, Jr., Chief Engineer. Alphouee Barber, Passed Midshipmen; Kd ward Barrett, do, sent home in a priw ; Fran cis Gregory, do t Thuo S Fillebrown, Midship man; David A Cheever. do ; Wm W Wilkin son, do; Daniel I.Brsine, do. Diniel B Martin, First Ait Engineer ; Juste 8 Rutherford, Sd do.; Daniel Murphy, 2-1 da; Jaehui Hollander, 2-1 dot M M Thompton, 3d do.; Jsmct W King, 8d da Willitm Whitehead, Acting Bo ttwsin. John Martin, Gunner. Joseph Coxe, Carpenter. Win F Perry, Captain' Clerk. Gcorje Hutchinson, Purfr' Clerk. QitP!UNrarOR Tamnco. We neregrstifl ed to learn that Gov. Johnson, at soon at he heard that the Missiwippi had arrived at the Bul?s to procure men and munitions for the ue ft nee of Tampico, proffered for the line of the United States fix 6 p un l and three 0 pound brart piece, together ith 100 rounds uf ball for each gun and fid nunde of grape shot. The puna tre ready In go on board ship hare been trcrpted, tnd will be immediately dee patched to Tampico. This is a commendable act of tne Executive of Louisiana. The necea eity of erecting fortification st Tampico with i xpeditinn i apparent ; and the diflerence in the time required to bring ordnance from th nearest United State depot, and in shipping such ia resdy for use at once, might be fatal to the occupation of that important point. A Dram Pasatrr. One of th Washington correspondent says tbat some week ago a Mr Holbrook, a privet mail agent, boaght bug chess iu Connecticut and sent it to Washington by th mail agent along the route as a pressnt to Col. Cave Jehaeon. Bom one, instead of tend ing it a th giver intended, mlschivoaly els p. ped th cbeete into the pott office mail, by which roavtyaaco it came af to band, with Amis tbtd and twenty Jtea dellare petafe charged on it I Col. Johnson refused the present, and order d "the cbeete" t be take back, so tbat it might b properly filed way ia "the dead letter ejtet . TUB AlttBKICACT. . , , SaVtartoa( Veatmler, 6, 1816. i. n, wwren, jeo., at m ni j?. tmta mad Coat OfKct, earner of 34 and ChttntU 0frf, VMadftpkta, U mutharttrd ta act ma atf-rat, ard rcrlpi far rnit tmanUa tma IAI attletf far avbacritAtan or mttvtrtUIng; Jltaa. mt At OtUi .V. 160 Atom am Htremt, Ala IV. Jlnd S. E. Carntr at BmUtmar and Calvert eta., Baltimore. fxyPaiKiiNO Int. A fresh supply of superior summer ink jutt received, and for sal at Phila delpbia price. 07" In another column of to-day' paper will be found an account of th terrible wreck of the Steamer Atlantic, on Fisher' Island. Also, the news of the capture of Teuipico, by Commodore Perry. K7" Wa recommend th attention of our cili- ... . r rt 1 1 zer.s to tne aaveruaemeni oi .nr. u. tonrin i cheap watch and jewelry store, in another co omn of to day's paper. Mr. Conrad is repreieo ted by those who have traded with him, as a bu siness man and gentleman of the most favorable ind. Hit establishment is well stocked, and prices unusually low, which makes it tbe inte rest of thoie in want of article In hit lai to give him a trial. 07" W shall endeavor to lay before onr rea tiers, in our next pPr, the annual message of President Polk. Congress meets on Monday next. It will be a short ten ion terminating on the 3d of March ensuing. Fsrmck's Bass or Schctlkili. CocfiTr. This institution ialnreted at Schuylkill Haven, Schuyl kill county. The capital stock having all been subicribed to, an election for officers was held last week, which resulted in the choice of the Hon. George Rahn at Pretident, and Joteph W Cake, F-pq., of Harrisburg, cathier. With pru dent mantzement, and from the high character of the gentlemen who have been elected officers of this Bank, it cannot tail to be a profitable in vestment to the stockholders. A Momukkt to the gsllsnt Tennesteeans who fell at Monterey is about to be erected by th people of Nashville. Wm. Strickland, the able architect, hat furnithed a design, wbich will cott 88.500. The whole height will be fifty feet 1 be iitme or the slain are to be inscribed upon the shaft, at welt as upon tbe panels of the pedes tat. Th Toils ox the Ohio t thu year, a tnoont to mort than one hundred and twenty eight thouaand dollars over tht receipt of last year. Pretty well for Ohio. PaivnTctss The Spanish government ba officially notified the U. S Government that no Mexican privateers shall be permitted to fil out in any Spanish port. Tux CasiBRinGB Tsuscora, constructed at Munich, hat arrived at New York. Tbe amount of duty on the object of glast alone would have been undrr the new tariff $3000 to $1000. North Carolina. The Governor of North Carolina, in bia message to the Legislature, ad vises an incresse of the revenue to preserve th credit of the State, and recommends a new at' testmeiit of lands, which might soon raise th reveune from $53,000 to $100,000. He also ad viteta tax upon pleatnre carriages and gold watches, in aid of the public revenue and sng getts the payment into the treasury for th ute of the State of the debt now Hue the Literary Fund ; the Stat, however, to pay out interest on the funds so collected to sustain tbe common schools, of which be recommends the appoint' ment of a Statt Superintendent. Tht Governor ttkes th ssm view as Mr. Webtter toet of th Mexican war, pronounce! it "unauthorised tnd nnconatitutional." SotTu Carolina Arraias Gov. Aiken laat week tent his message to the Legislature, th tubstsnce f which is briefly as follows : Tb cotton crop is in fair proportion. The new ta riff lew is grcst blessing. War with Mexico regretted, but pronounced necessary by tbe bad conduct of Meiro. The financial affairs of the State are iri a prosperous condition. Its indebt edness during the last year bas been materially reduced. Tbe Stat Rank is upheld, and a re duction recommended in the general rates of interett. Th construction of railroad i alto trongly impressed upon th attention of the Legislator. Tbe other topic of the message re of local Interest, with the exception of the mention of the resignation of Senator MeDuffie, upon whom a very high culogiunt is pronounced. Coastwise Cost m stem. Th eosttwis com merce of the Uaitsd States bas greatly increased within a short time. Vessel will enter and clear eoattwite at the custom-houses for Oregon city, Colombia river, as also for Esn Francisco, Mon terey and California, being voyage of a great extent a any foreign voyage, and employing th sblett seamen and navigator. A few year sine a Noithwttt Coatt or California Captaia would trtrctly have dreamed tbat bia successors would bava been dieted a "coaster. - PervLaTioH or tub Ut State. Estima. ting th increase at three per cent, per annua ea lb census of 1W0, th population of Iba Uid Stat) will eeaount te 10,140,970, ea tbe t of Jane, INT. , . r Lata raou Fear Ltavaftwoata. Capture of Cea&nmenJ Won. & tf ldiane.-Tle Indi an are becoming deeperatt oa tbe Santa Fe rente. t The St. Levi paper ttstt a train of go. vernmvnt wagon, nineteen to autnber. tn day out from Leavenworth, for Santa Fe, war sei sed by a party of P wnee Indian, wagon, team, tores, fee., wail tbe men wer at dinner, and taken off. Some of (he wacons th Indian broks p thereat tbey atarted off with. All but two of th men accompanying tbe train immediately started to overtake a train two dar ahead of them th remaining two rneo returned to th Foit, and mad th statement of ehich this is in accordance. Lsoal Judge Parker of tb Circuit Court, ' at Troy, in a replevin suit brought by some Bos. ton merchant against a firm in Troy, decided that an Innocent purchaser of goods from a per son who had obtained them by fsls pretences, could bold them ; that th perton who had been thu defrauded, could not reclaim them after they bad patted into the handa of a third person in nocent of the fraud. The distinction drawn be tween thlt cite, and ont where goodt tre obtain ed by theft, it, that in the former cate the owner voluntarily parts with the postession of them. and in the latter case b doe not. This deci sion may be looked upon at being very impor tant. llELr-to lu Voi.t'NTtms. A large meeting of the citizens was held last evening at the Coun ty Court Home, corner of Sixth and Chetnut streets, for the purpose of devising means to give aid to th volunteers about to depart to Mexico to fight the battle of their country. Frederick Stoever, Etq , wss called to the chair, nd Wm. Sontall and Thos. B. Town appointed Secretariea. The meeting wat eloquently ad dressed by Col. John J. McCshet:, Capt. Steel, Col. R. M. Lee ond Andrew Miller. A series of resolutions wer adopted, providing for the ap pointment of a committee, of which the Mayor and the Recorder of th city wer to compose part, for the purpose of raisin the necessary tunds. It was suggested that the committee sit daily, in Independence Hall, to receive the con tributions of the cititens. A subscription paper was presented to tb meeting, heeded by the Chairman, by Andrew Miller, and others, for sums vsrying from fifty to twenty, ten and five dollars, and in lettthsn ten minutes nearly three hundred dollars were subscribed and part paid into the hands of tb officers. The utmost en tbusiatm prevailed at the meeting, and a spirit wat manifested wbich augurs well for th com fort of th Philadelphia volunteers ol the war. Tbe exertions of the committee ar to continue even after the departure of tbe troopa and until their return. rAia. Ledger. I HI CHILADtLPHU LieaT UCA1D This tp. rited company, commanded by Capt. John Ben nett, which wat on of tbe fir it to volunteer for the war with Mexico, under the latt requitition, paraded yetterday afternoon in their new United States fatigue uniform. They made a full and handtome ditplay. and presented quite a soldier like appearance. They halted for a short time at th Washington Houte, Cbetnut St., where the Hon. Dsniel Webster made a brief and compli mentary tddrett to them. In tht evening they tppeared in their neat uniforms at the Ball given by the Company at the new Odd Fellowt' Hall, in Sixth street. They deserve much praise for the teal and alaciity diiplayed by them in an swering the call of their country, and will no doubt give a good account of themselves in Mex ico. Phita. Ledger. Pr.NtYLVANU Volunteers Adjufsnt Gener al Bowman left Harrisburg yetterday morning for Philadelphia, for the pnrpote of inspecting the volunteer companies which hive offered their services in that city for the Mexican war, prepa ratory to their rendezvousing at Pittsburg. The number of eompanie expected to taken from th city will be six, and tbe other four wil I be taken from the country, making in all ten companies, and completing tbe requisition upon Pennsylva nia. The troop will he placed under marching order by Monday next, aoas to enable them to reach Pittsburg at the earliest day possible, to be mustered into the United States service. Too ranch praise caunot be awarded to Gen. Bowman for tbe promptness with wbich he has dischirged hit duty tt Adjutant General of tht State. From tb moment be received hi orders from Gover nor SnitNX, he bat been unceasing in his labors to comply with th requisition of th President. Upon this, st upon all other occasions, Pennsyl vania will be found among tb first to sustain th National Administration in a vigorous prosecu tion of the war. Dcm. L'nion. IaiLANB Nearly nine hundred thousand fam- Jl' -r i 1 a ... ines in ireisnaare engaged ana tupporieit toy a grieulture. Tbe annual product of its toil it es timated to be worth one bunJred and seventy-five millions of dollars, and there it of this exported to tht valua of tixty milliontof dollan. Thus we cm tee st a glance what the people of that beautiful, but ill fated island have lost by the fkilure of two harveatt. A Novxt Caie The Roaslan Emperor deri ded a remarkable law tult recently. It appear that a wealthy Russian General obtained tht content ef a beautiful daughter tt a Polish No bleman, te unite in marriagt with him ; and on known to th lady, tb ceremony wa perform ed by ta officer, disguised a a prieet. They lived together for two years, when she wa in formed by ber husband of th deception, and fin ally discarded by bin). Sbe aongbt la vain for redness ia all tb cotrts, wbea finally ber ess cam be for s the Emperor, who decided tbat the marriage wat illegal, but in coooequecxa ef tb deception ef the pretended bbnd, b ordered hi dismiss! from the Army, with the lost of bit salary and bi office, without baviag any claim to another appointment. Hi wbol pro perty waa given f th lady wheat be o want ly deceived, and ba ia not eeraaitted vn to aear- ry agate. .. i v ' raavfnl teeae In Prenee, ' IIdhmcp of Live Loar. It baa been ata ted that for a number of day preceding th lOtb of October, rain fell in torrent io many part of Franca, and particularly in the valley of tht Loir. On tit afternoon of that day, tb rttret and it tributaries began to riee, and in th course of a few hour, tbe inundation was most awful. Property to th extent of millions of. fnnka wa deatrflyed boond of cattle per iahed and hundred of human live wer lost. Wbol hamlet were iwept away, sod several villages were completely eubmerged. ; Th Pari eorreepondent of the Boston Atls etyt, "that the Urge citie of Nantea and Blois of Tour, Orleans tnd Never, were in n.any part ol them, under water, and aucb injury wt done to property, that millions of dollar cannot re pair it ; and ntch a Io of life wis there that all the vslley is in mourning. A diligence with leven paeaenger, ten men and one woman, left Four on it way to Pari. It wa obliged to erase the Loire. The people on the bridge, who were watching the rapid rie of the river, warned them not to proceed, a the causeway beyond wa alretdy under water, but an inspec tor, one of the passengers, said that he had come over that very piece ol road two hotirt before and it wt perfectly safe-and he called on tht driver to proceed. They went on, end in threi minute the hone stood still, where they couk neither turn nor go on. The pasenger lashet the diligence to tree hy a small rope, tnd wti ted for help. Seven men in a boat attempt, to reach them, but failed, and were obliged t( fasten their host to a tree, and remain in he all night Soon the lady in the coupee criei out that the was drowning, and called upo those on the top to got her out. The conducto and driver tet down a rope, which a priest ale in the coupee, listened around her body. Th attempt to hoist her up ctpsized the diligono and broke the rope by which it wtt fastened t the tree. Sh with the conductor and drivet wat drowned. Before thi, a man had cut on of the horse lnoec and got upon hi back, wit' a young man behind him, and attempted toreac! the shore, but the horeo fell and both the me' were thrown into the stream the younger w drowiuv the elder avizeJ the top of a tree, i which he ektsbliahcd .himself till mcrnin Meanwhile the diligence broken from its moo inge, began to drift down the stream. The prle who was in the coupee, now made an attemp to get on the top, tnd, at the tame moment, wa seized around the teg by a young man wh wa overboard. It wtt the work of a momeni In the struggle the young man hut his hohl, an unk. The carnage had now retched the cet tre of the roaring and imp"tunut Loire, and tl poor wretches who clung to it give up the la hope but jutt at that moment, and tfter th) had floated eight hundred yard down the cu rent, an eddy drew them nut of the main etrean and they soon Indeed between two large tree They spent the night in that horrible position tnd were rescued the next day, after losing ei: of the thirteen who started from Feurt upon th conch. In mother instance, a diligence wt t mituriy overtaken hy the water, but the dr ver manured to awi-n a-hore, went a mileaP.r a boat, in which he could get no one to ventnr with him, and, returning a Line, he eavuJ th whole company, as if by miracle. Dend of wonderful courage and htimani' were perfoimed. One man saved eighty pc eon from drowning, but at last fell by accidei from hi boat, that he had junt filled from an i undated village, and though thoee whom he hi aved made every poe;ble efWl to recover hi he was wrptaway, and lost." CosTrrTio!r or tus Bowkls er Cos'i. ne headache, gidJiness, paiu io the side and brea nauea and airkne, 'variab'e appetite, yellow swarthy eompli-iion, Ac , sre th usual symptoi of Liver Complaint. Wrighfe Indian Vegetable Pill aie always e tain to leinuve the above complaints, becsuae th purge from th body th. morbid humors whi are th eanse not only of tll (Unorders of iba . but of every malady incident to man. A single cent box will in sit cases giv relief, snd perse reuc will moot s.uiJly drive ery particle diea from the body. Wi ight'e tndinn Vegetable Pills alo comple ly clean the stumsch and bowels of alt bilic and putrid humors, and therefore are a certain ci for rhnlle, dysentery, cholera morbaa, and oihei i 1 orders of the intes'lnc. I Tbe popularity of Wist's tseii Vsasi bib Puis has proved a sttong bail to anprir pled men, who, instigated by the hop of gvn, tempt to pslm off spurious article on the on peeling, To drfeat th wicked design of ai men, W haV procured new labt-la, and lh Sig turanf Wm. W light will be found Wattrt wi a rmon the top label of each bus. None ol is genuine, and te counterfeit this is forgery, Knmler, th only original sad genuin 1 DIAN VEGETABLE PILLS bsvelh Wain SISBATDSE 0 WM. WBISMT OO lb top of V' bolt (j A gent for the sal of Wight's InJian Vrg bl Pill in Sunhury, Hiaat Masssa. For 01 agencies te advertisement In another contain. BtttBaira's Ftus.Jenmetiaue JJua the eauH and onhj Casts efalt Pain and Diit m Ike Dedy.Teiu i th warning gi by nor that Ibar ar arriotoniowa banter ia body. No ma oor had aa sfleetlon at the I bat H sroe frosa Acriatenioa Hooter having tied there. No aa bsd pal) ia iba b or aa aA-ctioc of the heart, bat it wss prodr by tb presence upon Ihoea part ef Acriaton UatnoiB. 8 with RbenDMilsat tb Acriaton Heater be iild epoa tb a oca attibraa ' tbe bowel, agar vales) ia atoet cm by there