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Bail, - mtles menemo
SATUIDATl,sassMssiisslst JAN. St. I11.
hid (5.) £y lor h m . s that
(ol. Robert Benton hes received the
unasimous vote of the Demoracy
in odwvetion at Onrry Branch.-
VoL Benton need not wait for the
election, but might as well come
over with his carpetbag at ouce.
In te last tea years n other per.
ty has bad heo udsedity to oofroat
the Op a t mo 4i Uvingsto with
oppetoe lrmen sallowed to
visit the "PFr State" who opens
.hi moeth elewhere, against the
Iemocracy of the asme. All pow
eral lis--h clled the l)em
ocrecy of uI ton.
oumarr seo TasIL.--Mrs. Puer
the moupeof llHrmogene 'eri, who
killed 'Mr. Auguste Dros a few
days ago in New Orleans, hasu ien
committed for trial as eacensory to
the act, heving urged her son to
"follow him end kill him certain."
Tmu Hauhr IRime IhNsAsrs A,
Lwuscas, Mas,-The New Englnd
papers cone to tas this mori.ing
with partculars relative to the ter.
rible disater at Laurenoe Mill.,
whereby so many bhumrn beings
were instantly eruohed to death by
the falling is of the factory and af
terwards burned up by t.e fir,.-
Before the building caught fre, a
number of those imprisoned beoeath
could be men and onversed with.
Drinak ad srfesemats In some
es -re passed to them.
W ,the ~ ne spred over the
re they found escape hopeless,
nod bd adieu to friends, and in
several case gnve di ections as to
the dispedtion of their effects. In
one part of the building a hole was
battered thrlugh s wll, and through
it couold p seen three young wo
men, who said they were not at all
injured. Onethrast her arm through
the small aole nd begged to be
draws threugh it; bat before the
aperture cuold be made large en
ough the ames drove the, men
w.ay the prisoers perished.
A porion of the operative had
left kOr sapper reious to tip fall
inlag of the bild bout el p u.
dred romsain . bThe Quidllg wasr
five storkes gh, feet long, by
70 feet wide, with a wing on the
west sid 46 feet square, shaped
like the letter L. It ran 900 spia
dir. O ortives were empryed.
• , Cs c,( P. W., ll.--We
Ibest very little additioeal in
regerts the terrible etastrophe.
A arge number of the killed were
young girls, many of them being
the mai spprt of their parents.
The fr w confined to te ruins
of the Pe'bbrtog mills. The loss
of property is estismd m t $400,000.
ayor has ied the follow.
aI .osw. 11&--Terrible as
our oalamity has been, I think it is
naek over-estimated in the naur
ber killed. As ar as I have bee
able to asertela this morning, I
8ad the dead and mising--which
is eqivaleat to dead-ll6, and 160
wounded. Some of the wounded
will die, be vwry mnuob the larger
(5lga sd.) . as, r, r., Mayer.
A S8 AAir .-W. D. Adams, a
plautela Barrieoaberg, Loeahiasa,
a mI. of coesiderabe mean, and
who hba, or rather had, a wife and
fuily, wasoide~lty killed about
Ialf-pat II o'clock night before
last, by flling oat ofthe third story
window of bu s at the oorner of
Cutehoueo and Bcla streets.
His visit to the ity wasl indeed at
tended with boking eoaequ ences,
for to a men bl he poition of life,
if dth were to com, it would
bhve been preferable under almost
.ay.otier lercranetance. He had
be4gy. kin freely, and had anae
toate plc rad ooncloded to
ahsthe At the bour namnd it
" became sick, went
to ..slot .o t his balance and
fell ou* s te trenet, He died
in afew Lbiteof co aeesaion
of the brala. The jury of inquest
readerd a erdict of accidetalI
deth. The deeeaesd warn abont I
years of age.-..auie, 1kA ins1 .
humes ov Lamox REzrostrL-A
novel feature of lemen eaitence was
deiweo7d tI Odes, Ilaely, when
tm adyoft he coosion
to aesome ,ead
last lettert JI tspl k writer to
opur migbor, V reasr eommeun
cines, one weld suppose that
he entre ataspheeu of the Ord
Seet Olty had obAgu within thses
last lew days thaiet there is no
music there except that of the
highest tone of the highest organ,
and all in barmonious unison with
the myth called Democracy. The
reception of the Governor elect,
was not a reception of the gener
ous and whole-soiled citiseus of
the Urescent, but a Democratic re
oeption ; none but iemocrats met
the (Governor elect; none but
Ilemiocrat extended him the hospi
talities of the city; none but Demn
ocrats profered to see him to the
theatre, or to sit up with him until
the grey dawn of morning. " lt
ter Rip," allow us to say that this
shows an unpardoknable amount of
e.gotisrn, if not a certain quausum
of fawning, for the purposes of
buncombe that every generous
mind must turn from with a loath
ing. The (overlor elect is a mod
ent, unasmuming, middle-aged gen
tlemsa, and one who, we venture
to say, feels not thie compliment
intended by " Letter Rip." lie was
elected by the people of Louisiana
-both wings of thie Ikencracy
and several K now-Nothings, of
which we feel proud to class our
solves. He is the (lkvernor of the
State of Louisiana D. V. for thie
next four years, and not of this or
that wing of what is called " the
Democracy." If he bhad been elect
ed to the kingship of the oaucus,
tlhe the notice of "Letter Rip"
would be singularly well tuned and
well placed-indeed it would be is
unison with popular airs. But
such we claim is not the case. By
the way, " etter Rip," what do
you mean by this :
I ee by the PIpers that you haveoetS -
d saatls try o aubsation of the House,
not, however, witho t being obliged to
.erue os some motrsie Demooato.
I am glad yoe didl so ptly, sad by
waehtmlaes sand atteUen you will have
no further trouble with them-omit your
vigilance sad you will have ases to re
le it. There is lethbtl like sJ per
ay for a horse that west work i the
What do yeo meqn by " unprae
tioable Democrats t" Do you mean
the mailable metal that may be
worked, as kneaded, by the few
who claim the right to control
their betters? Verily, sir, it is
blasphemous to call any such
" Democrats." They do not deserve
any more honorable appellation
thanee that of slaves. We opine,
sir, from our knoowledge of the
metal of which this General As.
sembly is composed, that there is
very,little of this kind of material
In your loose way of talking,
Mr. " Letter Rip," we might have
charity to believe that you do not
mean exactly what you say, but
this clinches the first opinion :
The rank sad Ie oim the jeet o(dale
geatle have but little ehoies. All they
dee i to have the work out out fot
them and tbhey will do it. plabsh them
wih the prorramme sd it will be ee
outed according to oaJer.
Verily, this is a high compliment
to the members of a party pro
lestng to have individual and per
oual sovereignty. Great, verily,
Ie this day in which we live; great
is the Democratic party; great is
"Letter Rip" - greatness Boats
about in the very atmosphere we
breathe. There are no small mod
els of small things whereby we
can measure greatnem.
Beuvrrs sma Caesm Rouss.-Tbe
procesa of burying in cross roads
h in modern times beend rearded
as a mark of indignity; but such was
not its original intention. In an
cient times, "it was usual to eret
crosaes at the junction of/our roads,
asu a place selfconsecrated, accord
ing to the piety of the ape; and it
was not with a notion of idignity,
but in a spiritof charity, that those
excluded fro 'the bdoly rites were
buried at the grosing roads, s
places next h eantury to emsep
A Buv-soer.-One who general
lybhas no bhuesmi t this world
beyonrd mbaklg ft M b m to
neieot his os is sp-r
to steamil e h...e. at othsus.
olt s h w as.reil do
t $ae the'dis.onnon e< ate s
eHi. i GOwartrel, one oaf'he ISp.
leaMssatives of that rsde in (Cr.
gross. The Orian Asrim Usion,
referring to '4e pfresedings of
Congress, holds towards Mr. Gart
rell the following sharp language,
which he will probably understand :
We see from the report of the
proceedings In Congress, that Mr.
lartrell has made a speech on so
cession, and contended that a State
has the fight peaoesahbly to seoede
frrst the Uniaon.
Now, all we have to any is this :
If Mr. Oartrell wants to necede
froim the Union, be is perfectly
welelome to pack up and be of as
sooo as he pleases, and we hope
that in his peregrinations he may
coMe ep with semse form of govern.
meat that suits him better than
Our country wonid experience a
happy deliverance if Mr. (Iartrell,
and all other disunionists like him
would quit and be off as soon as
po'ible. Their places might then
beilled with statesmen and pat.
riots, who would carry on te go-uy.
ernment an it should be done.
The reason that Congress cannot
organise and proceed to the dis
charge of the duties required of
therm, is that there are too many
fanatical simpletons there. They
know how to keep up a row, but
have no capacity fuor business.
If Mr. Gartrell has any of the
good sense which tbi Americas
(/Tem editor does not give him
credit for, we hope before he goes
he will leave us his autograph, a
lock of hair and his daguerreotype.
We would not have him take his
clean shirts and go, without doing
a The tables of literary mor
tality show the following appalling
facts in regard to the chances of
an author to secure lasting fame :
Out of 1,000 published books, 600
never pay the cost of printing,
itc., 900 just pay expenses, 100
return a slight profit, and only 100
show a substantial gain. Pf these
1,000 books, 660 are forgotten by
the end of the year, and 160 more
at the end of three years, only 50
survive seven years' publicity. Of
the 60,000 publications put forth
in the seventeenth century, hardly
more than fifty have a great repn
tation and are reprinted. Of the
80,000 works published in the
eighteenth century, posterity has
hardly preserved more than were
rescued from oblivion in the seven
teenth century. Men have been
writing books these 800 years, and
there are hardly more than 600
writers throughout the globe who
have survived tme ontrages .of time
and the forgetfulness of man.
Buaron.-The New York eorre.
spoadeut of the Cherlesto Couier,
sa Y: Brtone, the eomedia, wa still
alive to day. His fumily ar gaker
ed around him, aud at neon today
were toomentarily espeetiag him to
breathe his last. His physician says
that he cannot possibly recover. Like
all men who have bee is puebl life
so long, Burton has many bitter ee
mies nod swarms of warm friseds.
But ah alike, ow thabt his life asem
suspended by a single thread, ready
at say istamet to be ent by the re.
melw soythe, forge the wroagp of
the paso, and utter a seeret pmayr for
his life. The rumor that Burtoe had
lost moeet of his property, mat he u.
tree, for he told a intimate fksed,
not many months ago, that since he
had give up his theatre i Broad
way, opposite Boed street, ad had
been "tarring" through th eeatry
-esome two years-that he had made
mour mouey thet is say equal peiod
of his eareer on the stage.
•sm ,', .a~" Nmeer or
JANaUr 15th, 18Js.
W1,rs, We hav agaln bee ad
monisked by th demie of our worhty
brother MAvlrw G. Bsva, of tiM ua
e alsaty ef Ill, and of th eertesy Jtat
th time of our dmies is suro. alsoegh
unkuown to us. In the stn of moa
hood, with a vif sad iterea mfily
to cber him o ble leoaer, bek he
nmuoned, by the deerae of sa All-wise
Providene*, fro bhie sphere of mestlaeem
on earth, we ho a bUetter sad happer
world. Theref r,
BrrYA, Deeto Ldge, has ltos a seMIM
and sdlve membri, vedi adt a Mee to
fllill Mti fl dutsie st l ofhtM ma
Th ere ate ear he bhe
ed the dA4 iA, ea d that Na wh
lees aa husband ) the wide.," wI*l
net a esn tshem Eu thtr passe etle
Reeked, Thsat se rnhes
t.A·in NV r
T. W, Jig
fram `-%r buts v
atrred to the rae Committee. Also
repor from the Opelo ase ad Gret
w.tern and Jakson and New Orleas
The oard of Pbile Workb aleseat I
On motien of Mr. Tucker, the joit es
olution from the lHouse to appoint a eom
mittee to suoperlnted arrangemeuot for
the Ina.garatien of orv. Moore, sad ap
propratig to defray the easpeas
theof. were oalen up and passed without
ai pplnted Mese. Tocker
ad 8mith a the immmitoo anmed in the
Mr. Phillips latrodaon, with Seneat of
the Haste, a bill to repeal a set peased
at the last eeson of the Legislature rels
tire to leade sad levesla the perish ot
Point DCipes; pearrd.
The Senate the want Into uleeotive
Seslon. After some time spet therein
the doors were throws opes, and the ts
el bslinaes resomed.
Mr. Laidlw's set asthorising the Sov
ernor and Register of the State Lead 01e"
to Iwae patent to portils who have pur
ohased awamp laeds that wore approved
to the State in 1l67, pasned aoond reading
and rebred to the Committe on Lands
The (lovernor transmitted resolaotion
from South Carolina on the "Crisis,"
whik were lklbred to Commiteo on PI.
Also a resolution from Neow York, dep
resating and objecting to the re-opening
of the slave'trade, which wero laid on the
The Nesate thek e(doerned till Monday.
loss.--The msesalo of the louse was
token up with the dbsseaslon of an appro
pristion to defay the expense of lanal
rating the Governor elect, which realted
int a spropriation of 600 for this ar
.ins. Afitr laerodedn vl a ill.,
which were rnOd by title and reerred, the
CUATAUi MABOAUL.-The intro
dueedo of Chateas Marpau to the
New York bon rials has been a
eribe4 to Dominiok Lyneh, but this
is so error. A Mr. Armitapg pr
ohased a lot of oholia Bordeaa In
the oily of Charlesto, 8. U., where it
had beoa for mny years, and brought
it to this dly. Wben Joseph ona
pere paid s a vilst, he put up at the
old Washington Hall, mnd the man.
ager of that famous boel, Yates and
Melatyre, wen snable fora Ctim to
ald any wine hat would suit th
aie taste of the es-teg of Spain.
At le they fell in with the Armi
age wei. "Ab," said Joseph ons.
pete, "that is ithe we for me-so
I long u yo give me sob, I do not
want any better." This wn Chateau
Margaux, of what vitage I know not.
The approval of Joseph made the
wine fashionable. After this Lysoh
lmiested it. His fame wise of
1828, know.s a Lyseb's Chateas
Marglux, is yet to be found in the
aollars of wine antiquaries. ome
bottles quite soied sad good, sad of
oourse ezeedlegly rare. If any one
Sshould invite you to dinner, and put
before you a bottle of "Lynhob," be
sure that masl esteemsm you very high
ly, and you sea depend upon his
friedbhip i the maet r eal no
met of your life.--Cozzea' (N. Y.)
mw oWAAN5, t
aeaar 15W, 16e.
The-Pdwne of the above deA t :e.
COTTON--Tmhere has bms gord do-'
mand again to day, and the sale have
ooamounted to about 14,000 bale at very
full prices for the Middling and better
grades, and a steadier and Irmer market
for the lower qualities. We retain yes
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BUGAB--The rseilpt areo liht, hbut the
market La been doll and prim are otill
more In favor of buyer, wth sales of 00
to lo bbds., flair to flly fir raning a
MOLZfWEg--Choxle qslitles re vr
eam. Abon 100 bbls. have hboen o
as 15g@1e. for primel, and I r448e.9
Sed to TOO or 800 Wbh laldhng100 sad
350 bblas. uperie eat ,4 low extra at
ia is. and 00 exta at 0I Wt.
COiRN - We notice oof some 8500
Isacks, oomprrislang 100 mixed at loo white
yellow, in three iota, aL Ta. p bushel.
BRAN-o00 seots old at 1 56 9100
PORK-Mm rtlling mostly at $1 50
for old, and 818 50 bbl. for anew.
BACON-We ne so ele oo t 5 aak
new Sholdeors ast 5., 80 tierea extrash
aor eured Iamai l loat iLa., ad liot
LAD OIL.-S tires okoh winr
alttrinag(Peqle and Bres.)oold . 1 9
SLARD-We niotes ales of 100 tlese
~ ae lote ., aad 00 hegs at 11e. 9
W1Ual--sIll e duiL The ales
f ,olndngO bhla . ,od at 1 9 gal
1loo i 1 11. 100
S07c73-We netles arttbe esles of
,nm 'tr ..
wAs idliul ha teei Used,
for asgm I .mbrl.
S rsd.tiir a qwia. rl
dio*la ore temper t i be.
, her hubas'kd, ramln unmoved Nl
and break out, y ws t myselfes I
ctol and collected, and doesn'teinsy
a word. If may wif Is pedish end
dif tays moen tpero otn Is b
coming in one of her beautifl sex,
1, her husband, remain anmoved as
a muonment, or else chest myself
into the belief that I s listeaning
for the moment to one of Orider
heavenly songs. ThIs, whlls one
party is volcanialjly fuming, the
other is as calm as a cold potato.
In all our quarrels there is, is this
way. always a controlling power.
Seriously, we never quarrel, be.
cause therela, a philosophio com
pact between us neverto quarrel to.
gether. W. uly qgarrd em do I
lies, and it is astAlisuhing, if yeo
leave a quarrel alone, bow very
n,,n it dies out I that's our secret,
Madam, and I should advise you
and sill Xaltippes to follow it.-
SW Many persons, when they
Aftd tlemselves in danger of ship
wreck ina the voyage of life. throw
their darling vices overboard, us
other mariners their treasures, only
to fish them up again when the
storm is over.
On the lies DIe., IMs, In lbthe aeopl
(:hurch, ilenaderon iy. Dy si Rhv.,D.
II. Demos, Mr. JUOH W. ALL8UOZ, of
this Ctt to RubleM, only daugber e
Mrn. M. lbornton, of the former pIt gM
TMX NEW DiVe eIOUI.
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It. DUL BIN DAY,
WuOiMan AmS SWAIL 55AM U
1ar1, IIAlldU in SUmIUIM,_
LAURIL sTlaT, BATON 3MUSI
pNOus TiwLiT ALN UMATIS bA .
r ler Male and Tereth 5rs, rMgs
sad Demal fiaramente, M.edl.E
Trueses and Spretee.f .ll inds, Pr th
And 4116 a gensle Patnt Me1 nse1111d0e day.
Surulao INDiLI5L3 INS.
POUs WIEaU AND lU t35 WS
Pfwr Medtel Purpes.
IrXaall s ona uaveoalMs, Ion.
and are wervmaed pern bad gunet.
"3I5 FPOCKET CWT5ast,
ISnssau nd Seeesea'.
I would repetMI eal thle atsetleef he
Ledie bu y splendid aeeertment ef
valea ta vujusagawlsus
eroAy prepad at all er0I.
I hep by etaleS Masate bn tehs.. se p
hepl the wry beet artles to isees messe'
able share of p Itremge.
JI>1 P. D. DAY.
POTATOIm , 1MURPIMs E0 .
75.t 3aARKf5 Flab Pk By, end Mshl
7a o.s. sustinss, ndM Ma"
SMALL lot u elead, and r aebl
)j x ".E a II: r5l
vlI. thea.leestled pet intasested
IMNPOVUD DASAAUs VURUNAB,
whlb Ike been l se r Me lest thmEr
givinl ee eae ld eies nl every ..
SIr ihbute Iaruatien Is reatles Io
.erales yf rimee., please ea S. e"I
Sg manaed pters whoe havels In re.
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FITR r edereiged bes haeve ** I hem Me
pezsd is make is eras. lee, EIsses ed
PAJCaRAe UEmA Pe US AND 0ig
WITH HLL'Sr PATS? POVD
sate medals at the dl's Plr. lendJe, 1,
sa4 the Widd's isle, New Tart .d: rand LI
TIHI ONLY Auseis ISns tih., .e awerde
maedss as ihs ILens WVrid's a.:.
the eSs asrm the mes peet easenrdiy
jnIlst Fr end erg.s. of say Safe eve, ter.
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p- ,erv its .ne.is la aseldental ,..
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