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..11 .tt s 0 sse....uday m,,,
IV.... Oi&i -dsj rl olnmo
opprometly wee., aid Meday op..
odoa e add ,arnet d air e
the NMo. Water is i dennid;
may eistoras are dry rad asem
the wells. Tho oese crep we
alen and i de ho re, lwhilk thl
we io Msnated msed pmnhod to wme
a eulte.hs may d th peatsr
thIk of plewia ap lshe she iu
ri o sad spladalg. YTampalIg
ar- omdlte wits eteh, we hbe
as right io amplls; IAr ndtho North
-e pi oth d bo Seltse d io she Ra
Sas, the oediee f thod d estry is
wr thia oeas.
Tam JaPassE AsiasewtAno.
Unedr dl of April 16, Mr. R. .
am, (r., writes tom w,
Jape: "Mr. Dewr, UsI d
mel. l me that thierepsoml f
-o5t gesuof d tho le Pseof Me
s m. Ie pr is s o e d
aste..s. TIhe Prise of MoS s
prs Manl hief, who is ittery op.
t.brn1or, to th tra.s rs
a aid s. sw peant I. posh
-t, his h ppoend to Ibr 1r.
lam dhi 74e th sear.
to is atr i the mosaslas, sad
ha hess loyv a age form. Oh.
we k i . The Jan
aa~~ ed Itold Mr. De
that theore nmt protest hi is K..
assws, If th Priaum o MNose oe
thi way, sad dvis hms o ren to
Tekhmes hoe h hoea e hie,.
g tk o ha dodl e to rsove th
Oramasu Osnmoas.-Mr AUter,
mw Ward, has hoard Patty dlg sad
writ. a hler to OCle lnd PlS..
dealer, frm his fr. m rai Bdin.
jHe is :
-seMis s A se dg ia the
tueran. Aosh hikm doe .
a sh ke ki Itas, why uder
Stho sn deos sh dott Whet
.os Is ham Is .la- wars a eed,
de's ender a, who waeds we do
its I r d isa es.e.my. It ro.
aie s o ee iret haew. He
a-d bhees *k h bts eat oeoe his
1e nosve aIn..
was a Mstery, e is was's amiser
le them isohis sthing I spekle
A s, rl medli, Pil ad Jeaky,
thy ar do l geats, but I hik
asl able hedld see wed leeok bo.
ser Wsin the ile thei dri l. thoer.
slveI p l blask elrm h wble kid
l em mshowL l an feeds sasg.
iksr Jueky is a ehiM t.ka ld
ass, A wsia to lead akrls as w
Rss lastid of ehewtla sa lerals
Ado.. Is the doi l -ew
Napelem when reeesilnpsIanet
This p ,,-se eRl 'I.
Law.-a.w, i i.t. preeset tatle Is
a mystery. Ne of the eainL..se
as saervs lefm o t vesiuleof a
Idmihsple IewL e nettobsa
of sedal m is. seitsy knewns h.
de " .aso the lkow.
sea qu dsid suatdud me.-e
P. Yo3 Hrasa ?-The rmi ss haye
ease de ~~l~ir~~teir ftm
lemof thsir. The
1 hnd sbheesehair, weed
(houss or On-'Ih Cleuelmi
ready in, a is hued that the
Ise e hmage
r u ns rl
-I L IMNmW Um1UNS.
LM. Pa , o aUna a
say. VWtsPAlIMS, * MaUM
GOIAT CONIIUOM, SE1ITrM3 :
Sat1meau, June 8, I1 A. M.--Te orl
gleal, but s* re ptlrd Deeatic G(e
r.estes, In samks at the re stcset
theatre, menmbled at 10 o'eaek this
meraalg, p9wUent to aeramment.
OGuest essaeed sad esdtemeat prewvell,
sed sharp wo,, sad general dissaleks
Ies re heardM e ery dd. It Il a per.
et peltsal .lhm.
A. to the sad of te dilehty se one
eas poedit It. The seeselea l still olea g
o, sad probably will set stop till il the
sl-Deegll and anti-equattr soerelg.
ty delegates bew wlthdrawa.
lat&nsoae, Joa 1s, M.--Tbe HM. C
lob Caeblag, Presldet of the Colentleol,
as lt resilgned that es, mad Col. Todd,
of Ohio, has bees hbese Iprldest is his
Mr. Caehllg ham et yet, wever, with
draws eMatiely ft the eswvestlo, but
will amela to abde the iease of h'e del.
egate trees Masmeasheott.
He hea takem sm a thea loer, and
ettbrt the present imply s a member of
VItaT BALLOT Ol PRIbIDIIT.
anglme umememeV Nemb, Ned.
lawrmen , Juoe 8, 4 P. M.-The reor
gusaitles blag eompleled, the masi
geesle ws lrderde sd the eaveUon
presded at *ese to ballot hr Pieddest,
with the lowlg ues mlt:
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Sthbe A. ksee, t m3 n............ tI
e.. 4bf ets, of Ietee .................e
Jobe resaemeMgs of teetrm...........S
eree asmes, at Ne Tet .............1
senI 8. tilema , atl lo Tea............1
This easnosmest was rueolvd with
great applasee, lathe midst of whidh Mr.
Churbn t New York. rme sad said thae
M Mr. Dolas had eeslved more tha
two-thirds ef all the vetN eat by the eon
weatle, that lp dolaed him semlasted.
maawteas, las, M, . l .-Th. o
esal Demsestls Ovweelle rassembled
After som prellamlery prmessdilag, It
was moved to prmd to the snmlisaul
ea eadidate he the Vie Preldesey.
Os the Iste bellet Seeem1i Prlapatriek,
of Alabema, wes umslasmoea nomlated.
The *e.atsoe thea edjoered Mte d6,
bet to meet ogelt theo aell of the E1m
teeld Dsemeatle eemUltes.
01 S ra ss ISenI.
A€.C. eaa ,iaa e meemat.
vol VICE PIUSDIIT.
oe.PW LAra , efaMees.
Banumres, Jane us, 4 P. M.--Tbe e.
esdlag delegates hem the National Deme
eate Couvetoln assembled in separate
0eewatl0es at I M. to-day, asesediag to
Mr. usrsel, o Virghlla, the eather of
the rsoltle Ih regard to veual mea
la th Chartestee eevestle, wea led
SI the lair, amid great appise".
Is tahag his seat, Mr. eaell easnowl
edged the eoptiment paid to hi I very
Mr. rleasll speeeh wan resolved with
lead appleuse, sad KMem. Bradley Jobh
e, of Marylas, sme Oely, of Arkaa
eas, were appoinated a eemmlteto prepare
bhasees hr the oeewesle, whe the es
wotslen edjarned till eo'leek.
The gratest harmey peewlsa In the
eMastlesM, meemsag sl t t a a agle
-s o perpes. The ladlwtdal mem
ben ae, aela, La th beht spirits, sad snl
vessl oeaslme ebarmlteiNs thee aever
saa of all.
5awmem., Jn.o 3.-The boather
Oestlitutleel Oevwmtloe mat at IS M.,
Stthe Mylsadlatet. 0
The Sl1wlag htates were wholly or
Viuginas, Noth coaelna,lmoanlrs,Ore
gee, Visda, LouiLsan, Mlssisppi, Tes
m, Teaem.., KEtusty and Arhaaees.
Th ewates was selled to order by
Mr. Joh Ewlig·, et Alabame.
Ilr. Reaell w elsedA pimddet e the
eveme tl d l esedeled to the ahair,
when ho delvesed a bhest bt eloqueest
Asveal deIsgateespehe at Ingth, may
lag thut it wee siesto e ll their praeasd
lagpreohtalieay, as they had bue en
damsauns t, rdsris sean amlr h peo.
werrting helwg been ltlastewlly
iag*edAt as mowed to preesed to bha
lot fr PreIdet, whisk wee arried, m d
Imresuld In the ,nmliatlen of Joeh C.
AJ wakis iss Pk resi
dat, the remst owblh wee that M er. a.
Ba.wmea, Jane M, U P. YL--The
eethesG Owsti tmel Osveettee em -
, aembidest o'ded, in Karytlad asui.,
I tam tde e* es-elmt The ba-l
.' UeId sty ewd h Id ud neumber
Ietlai see w mnemMetbls le atM. s,
I Yheedlletsmatwws waqe u lswas
Oleab Ceshlag-wmn with the Ithll, the
teaseement was reeived with tosas
Mr. Walker, of Alabama, emn Oemait
ee on Oraisaation, folirwed withb a -
rt that Caleb CUo hi, of Masseehmets,
be aamed Prsildent of the COnventln,
which wa reeived with rdeubl ed shees.
Mr. Cshingl was condueted to the eair
with a renewal of the applause sad the
waving of handkwerhlelk from the galle
Is taklug hs seat, Mr. Cushing addrea
sod th eoeavation as fllows :
" Usemlelnse effrAs i mwn .-We have
sembld here delegat to the atieMs
at Demeerte venutles,dely swardlted
thereto frem more than twenty State of
the Union, fr the purpese of eminatiag
eadidates hk the Pnredesey ad Vke
We an semembild, shee, fer the par
peseofeesulatag the petuepleea which
the appreslhiag esavemis to be eonde
a That party is os presmlaeatly of the
Uaioa and the Coasttatl, reseglalag
at he same time the ladepeOdese and
rights of these sovereign tats.
" It behoves so, thereorl , to that
these sared priiple are aot bettrayd,
but rather that the parldhergto them
be preserved In its latsgrity."
Mr. Cashing then aosneed that the
naveation was redy ftr basin , where
apue the Committee on Credentals ree
and made reprt, from whhle it appener
that upwards of twenty Sats were repre
seatmd I th enventlon. The delegate
from the tates of loath Carollna ad
lenrds were le ilitad to take slat i
Th eeaventlo then preeed to hal
lot ft Predea and on rseatis the
votes It was fos that JLohn . Breeksa
ridge, of keat y, was nearly assal
mosely omisated. The nominatio was
subsequeatly made by alamatilot.
The ooavention then proeseded to ballot
for Vik President, when it was found
that Gen. Joe Lane, of Oregon, was nomi
The eonvsnatien the adjourned semdds,
amidst dehaning cheers for I kearidge
After the adjoarmet of the mavestln
an mmease erowd esembled I Mans
mentqgare, to iate to speeehe heme Mr.
Teaey, of Alabama. and Mr. Ceahing, of
Maealsuastt. Tea thousand pople wre
preent, and the gatest eathaslem pre
Noveixe Lose.-There is nothig
losat in New York. You open your wis.
dow sad toss out a bit of paper or
idlk, and though it ay be so bigg
than a sape it is directly snatch
ed up ad ared off by the ragppck
erl You order a load of o,or
wood, to be dropped at your door ;
in less than Ave minale a whole
borde of ragged.children are greedily
waiting round to pik up the .hips,
and bite, that re leafter the wood
or col is carried i sad housed; anad
ofte locks of hair are pulled out, sad
bloody noes easeu in the strife to
get the largest share. You will mo
iass peracs round the stores,
looking for bit of paper, sad silk,
and that are swept out by the
clerk, upon the pavement; you will
see them wathobing roaund io
shops for decayed yesea and
fruter and rinds of mloes, which
they sell to keepers of pig; you wil
see them picking up peach stoonsto
selIl to confooioaers, who crack them
anod urse the kernels; you will see
them round old buildings, carrying ol
Sat th risk of racked beads, pi of
decayed timber, and old nails; you
will ma them round new buldin,
when the workmen are gone to
scampering of with boarde, shrile
and bits of satoldig. Truly, t e
is nothing lost in New York-acept
WEar or OsD Rorwsr.-The
debt of A. Milo amounted to above
$986,000,000; Juliuls Cmar, when
setting oat for 89pan, is reported
tohave said himself that e wnu
$10,000,000 worse than nothbing.
When be fi8rst entered Boom, after
creaing the Ruoion, he took from
the pblic treasury *5,00,000 but
a t the end of the cavil wart put over
, $4,000,000 in it. He purchased
I the friendship of Curio with a bribe
of over $3,00,000, and of the Con
- sal L Paulus with half that sum.
SCrau was worth in real estate.
Sover 68,000,000, aod about as much
in money, furniture ned slave..
Senecawasu worthb over $90,000,000.
SLentuluo, tae augur, over $16,000,
000. Ahg ts raised, by the tee
I tniaet of his friends, nearly $151,
00,0. Tiberias left at bhis death
early $10,000,000, which Cali-la
spent in one year ; ~ad Vespasnn,
at his accession, said that h requi
- ed for the support of theState orer
Nevrtheless, though reatly en
rihend by oosquete, imperial Rome
Snever cae Into thbe full inheritance
of the ebief wealth of tbhe East, ad
thI e llarger qutity of the precious
I metals hinve excluded from the cal.
lAk gi :--TLe dispblbLks lshsI -
of the emlatee of the heo. Steapam A.
Douglas hr the Preldas, by the a.
Uslne Demaers ontveede Sam ld
more, the vote bleg as bllws: Ilti
ballet,Douglas 17T, QOthek , IlBrs
ridge t, Diekisse ). A melte de.aleag
She aomlioast of Douglas seasolme
was then adopted, ad theeooevuetm pe
eoded to aemiaste eon. UBe. ?lspee
rlekt,f Alabams, for Vies Predet. This
is asemt powefl tiset and will erpy
the whle Natieeal Dmeersey, btlh eth
sad outh. l the weh the ssly eppe.
iles it will eeoater, build.e BsLt IS
pebHlelism, will boe hed la whlter
Itluele the present Admnistlratles may
be able to easts by bribery ed rrept
@oislt islcees lI Is control, these will
he wieldd againet Mr. Douglas as they
we in 1IN is Illinols-when he was op
pose1by Leola, the present Blusk e
peblesn mddateleor the Premdesey.
These Ielme wlll b heble and Il..1
tSe, we pedlet n ea thUetam, threegh
eat all the North, i bt of Mr. Deeg
Is's eleetion, that has wave hee bums
equated; ad we vetate to pendlet that
he will earry triemphasily ase bhl, at
east, of ibm Norther States wibeet th
quetlons f C doubt.
We ee lshe iatermed that the belters
sad mesedes trom the Natles onatees
toen, nrpneeUlstg#, lp, elves Staties,
also aseembled a body nd amiasted
I John C. . dhearldge, of keetueby, br
Pneoldt sad Joe Lae of Oregon fer Vi
Preeldeat, withoet oppeeltem. Whether
these nomialtoue en lInteded eerestly
or otly to distreet sad dioide the sethas
people with the ulbtior deliga of breaklag
up the Union pon thekhet Oi of s lish
Repeblies, tremals to seenm . We ea
I der It eusedlagly doubtfl whther Mr.
Bneek ldge will ee·pt this nomlatiou.
I If he does, we shall ertelly be mistaken
in th oharoe of the'ma, owlag as he
does his prese high poetion to the bar
mosy and alted atles sad eo-opesstie
of the eat Niateiol Demoersey of th
NoI rth and th, we eseot belie that
be will sow lead llelf to say hoem,
Itmk le ss i wi the preseit lastaee, to
brehak p sad strly overthrow the No
tisal Deaneerate party, upoe wkhL the
o ly hopes of the Union et ehk a set
ee his part would be a mt Ilgomllous
betrayal of that high otdesi hLber ad
eoldeam which has bese repo ed is him
by the NatileaoDemarsey.
As to Mr. nreh dllge's prbepete of
seem, shoeld be permit his same S he
ran in oppeiltie to Mr. Deuglas Ia the
maner it is neow prevented, there Is o
probability l poladof vlew, ihveabl
to him. Howver populae be may be mu
posed to be, by many-there is No staa
talm preiag sheet bim or pepelar atts b
meet to him of sSeoiuSt fort that Iea
mslaead al iltelligent sad ptriotle pee
ple leto say such seheme as th whlsk is
pleaset by his nsmiastlso. Me aeea
I ehetrd-now, if he rtne, or em Mr.
I Doigle b dehated by ruenlng him-Mark
this predietion. The eletioln of Sae m
A. Doesz,. jsuat as eatain as say eOve
em be, that has ot yet trasepieM and
if Mr. reskeetridge permits has eane to
be oader present iltruemtmee, ha
I will be seelgaed by the AmerlIee Dem
erssey to futire oblivieo. The are the
sadid views of mle who has always ad
mired Mrt. Bekeldge ansd the warltiag
votes ofa tree DEMOCAT.
SAlime or ua s sN.r Lersm,.
I The London Times says, in refer.
r ence to the mammoth steameship :
The day of mailing of the Genat
Eastern will be after the trial trip
of Saturda , the 16th.
pddle were tried on MYoa
day last, and the peddles sad screw
Stogethr on Tueday. The run of
Saturday will consist of twelve
hours steaming down the chaoneL
A New York plotis on board.
STbhe day of siling is not intonded
to be later tL the ld, and prot
I bly will be uearlier, as t is desired
that the vessel shall be in New
SYork in time for the th of July.
r A London letter adds the fol
I lowing, in reference to the mae
moth ship :
IThere are initiated perac s here
Swho seriously doubt thmt the Oreat
Eastern will leave before the mid
Sdi of July. They sy-- ad they
are entitled to Judge-that the
"big' ship would hve sailed pesi
Stively on the 9th butfor the fact
that only sixty persons had ega
ged pause~e in her up to tihe even
Sing of the lt. Seven thosand
bfivehundred dollars from sixty pm.
Sanger would make Ia sorry
show on the books of the "OMet
Ship Company, limited," as ti
t earlnings of their costly vessel
SWhy, t screw teWaerus, cariyg
steenr and calbin pesegerm from
SLiverpoo, averagetweoty-v _tboe
sand dollars a voyage out to New
SYork, winter and smmer. Bet
the directors do not admit that p.
cueiary cousiieratiouns inlesce
their decisiom in postpomalg ti
day ofl e n. g.
It .pper. that Iatereek
Sed partie nave b een r n . she
lM -uite asmeeygeoulss atmal.
mme hsmptes artofdo.
a thmts wsee to makio
thad of destination. Even
a Ong Estern caost coas peo
pie" a beaten pahth, an it II,
beeadrg evident to shareholders
that it would be easder to get in
100 int clas at $100, which would
amount to 4,100, then to get 8o0
Afr lasm psesagem ast touthamp.
toe, who would only pay $86,000.
I am disposed to agree with those
who adveea the fIgurs, ead
suspect myself that the trip down
the Chnnel will be speedily follow.
ed by the aendncement that the
eat Eastern may be epeolted to
lea i verpool for New York early
I July. Meantime she s almost
ready or ea, so fur us I n j ,
hav been on board yesed
ros.wng. All iher coal is on board
and every man belonging to the
ship was at his post, except two or
three omers. A collier of about
e0 teos brthen, which had just
been emptied of coal, was lying
alongside, and her mastr, propor.
tioueto to a voesl of her sine,
rsly tower above thei bulwark
ofthe Ut aseter. The bigbship
is saehared about ive or six miles
from the towa, (Slothampton) and
seem to bve become so common
place n affrair that not more than
trwety or thirty persons visit her
dvemasoes Musi owr ns GOve
Sna.- 13sb MtimAISd ofif Dap..
The mystic musio sometimes heard
at the south of the Pasegoula riv
er, on sal aill ight, o of the
wodersof our coast It is not eon.
lied, however, to Pascagoula river,
but has often bee heard at other
sees. At the mouth of Bayou
d'nde, sad other Iblets open
lainn to the Gulf along the coaot
of oar own country, the curious li,
tener,. lying idly ln his boat, with
lifted oars, when every other sound
is bhuhed, may sometimes hear its
strains coming apparetly, from
beseath the water, like the s4
motes of distant ALllan harps.
We had always supposed that!
this pheoma, wter its origin
might be, natral or supernatural,
was peculiar to our ow ooast. It
a pears, however from an estract
gvsv byoms o qte I!Sl"
per. from Sir Bsefro Tesmnt's
recent work on C6lob0, that som
thing very mue like t is known
at Btiatlleos, in that Island, and Is
attributed to a rather less poetical
and mysterious origin-that it is
to a peculiar species of shell fs.
They are said to be beard at night,
and most distinctly when the moon
Is nearest the fll, and are describ
ed in term that correspood very
closely with the accounts given of
the Puoloula muste by those who
have heard it. Bet, accodir to
the sam sauthority, it is only in
Ceylon that this submarine musico
is heard. Sir Emerson ays :
"Semds somewhat similar are
hard under water at some places
on the Western coast of Iadis, ea
pecially In the barbor of Bombay..
At Caldera, n Chill, muiical cad
eones are said to isue from the sea
mer tbh landitn place; they are
described as riosg and falling fully
four notes, resembllg the tones of
haburptrin, ad mianling like
thoe at iattiJl3 toll they pro.
dose a muscal discord of great dea
licacy and sweetanes. The animals
from wheese they proceed bave -ot
been idntiled at either place, and
thbe myery remais uwnsolved,
whether those at Battiallo e aire
forth by fishes or mnlluss.-Mal&
Maasu Cas.-M-- r. Menidth, the
Aglnt- eloadetor, (my. the Charlers
toen Mrcry,) who is kown to every
oe who ever traveled on the Suth
Carolin RlJlad, eeived yestady.
Serm twe Maitse Cats, from
LYsaabsetts Itappra thbata
gentleman from Insa, was not lonj
mace itatake I a: Mr. Uedith's ren.
deuce by a visit to his meagerie of do.
m icated amals, a aer and more
unique olkles of Lwhich esaet
found in this section. This gentle
ma, on his returs, forwarded to Mr.
Mredith the two eats which arrived
yd· . Th e~t are ue aimsal,
of a dulf ble olodr, cntra siq
)hly with our ative hom ca,
eats mm tohe dsreeionat d gud
tie, sad have acedquired
strmog attasdm a to Mr. dk
Plum Daumr 106 A Cemumnrr.
A condutor on cue of th railroads
dja fs which she aposed byerd
heldbsdher wimles. The~ m
aws hdta iftdhlady ina ma
1 at wa s~o I aFwa
4 m tm.Ithe il. smd the
la fvhr uefje oeI ?Taa.
F uueldee md ase - t, of
*aeMIbUU he ViOa Ptdales, an eall
m ..,t*met M Aedmy stil, .s Wed.
ady moat, the nth list., a " o'.ioek P.
-., to mppels dgleae to nproeat th
FirLh of ea some 11Ro ge lba h State
asvedoss M Ios w l this deity on the
T.. W3ea. J. . W. . )s,
J. Y. eC~urtehes A.V.v w ,
Thee. l. Plkes, F. M1ee~'
steo II bet M H. Da ,
.. KIm met, n" 1XEl~por,
? sitsa , J. J. Amt ,
1. A. Ob.tm.i
NErW cAt NO~rOEb.
o SPMOJAL NOTIo Jr.
Daames Avasmes*,-The,? will be
eseting of tShe "' Ikewl Debating Ho
iity" this (Taendy) evena as olght
'ele& P. ,. a t egle R es No. S.
Q"stiem hr debate Wbkih be the moo.
Inluies Oe mua, womer ora may.
At the last mwateg the folelowlg quoH
I*es. Is Uthe sam Amoeril a Mtedeig
momu1mqt of lyumtela o Celmbee"
Ms ehlit diumed by WN. Lead V. L.
nes, on the armtve ; sad . J. . Wel
ter sad A. Reed e th segativ. Prel
st 8eues, gave hId deueten I. beer of
M. Cas. D. IrPe, , ledsy.
nOW IU TrI TIMs.
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