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THE TRINITY JOURNAL IS PUB f. I S 11 K 1> 1- VKUY SATI K l> A V M O K N I N (i. BY CURTIS & GORDON, E. J. t rims, i>. i:.(!uiidox, KIHTOKK AMI I’RorKIKTOHS. Thumb.— Tin 1 Joins u. will lit* furnished to sub scribers at'tIn* following rates : For one year f 00 •• six months.. 5 00 Advkrtiskmkxts conspicuously inserted on the following terms : One square, tirst insertion..., SI 00 For each subsequent insertion - 00 \ square consists of Tkn lines, or less. A reasonable reduction from the above rates will he made to yearly advertisers. Book and Job Printing. Vfe have connected with the JoritN ai.. a full and complete Job Office, wltt rc every description of work will be executed neatly and promptly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. E*e« i»ti» c Dc-pai OPFH'KKS. OtTKTtS. J. Needy Johnson Governor. K. M. Anderson. ... I.iciil. Governor. David F. Dovoi.ass,.. Secretary ot Mate. IIkmiy Bates Treasurer ol state. Geo. \V. Whitman Comptroller of State. W. S. Wai.i.a<'K,. .... Attorney General. John II. Hhewstkr Nun oy or < it uc-rul. James Allen State I’rinter. K. Wilson I F. S. Me lvi:N/it: State Prison Directors. Ai.Kx.Dti. 1., ) .1 lidicia vy. JI’STICES Of s. I'llKMK COfUT. IIi oil MntitAY < 'liiel' Justice. Solomon llevdcnlcll V—-ocialr Justice. C. C. Terry DISTRICT .HIRIES. District 8th.. J. M. Peters. “ !)t!i.. . Win. P. Paingerflcld. “ 15tli. . . J. S. Pitzer. Trinity Co. ()£ici:il Uirictoiy. County Juile'e It. T. Miller. County Clerk II. J. S tuirui. Deputy Co. Clerk. Robert i. inart District Attorney II..I. Ilowe. ShcrilV I.dv. rd Neliletl. Coroner \. Sin punl. Treasurer F. l.ynn. Assessor D. V. Potter. Surveyor II. I.. Wheeler* HOARD OF SlTKUViSOKS. District No. 1 A Munroo. “ <• 1 M. Rucli. “ it S. Hailey. The Hoard of Supervisors meet the 1st Monday in February, May, August and November. DISTRICT COFUT- i.Vrn District. Composed of the Counties of Trinity and Hum boldt. Tkiims In the County of Trinity, on the 3d Holiday in February. May. Aiijju: t r.tid Novem ber. in the Comity of 11 11111 In>l< 11. tin' first Mon day in January, April, July uml October. COl'NTY COl'UT. Terms—1st Monday in January, March, May. July, September, ami Nov ember. COFUT OF SESSIONS Tcrms Ft Monday in February, April, June, August, October uml December. PKOHATF COFUT. Tittv's.— Ch Monday of each month. J. E. GORDON, M. D. DR. GORIM)N will continue to practice Mi di cinc mol Surgery. Call:, from iv distance must be accompanied l>\ (l><> Fkk to insure hia uiieutinii. Weaver. June is. 1850. 20-tf. Dr. R. A. THOMAS, rr KNDERS hi I'rofessioiinl s, : i iees to the citi .1 reus of Wenverville ir.nl vieinity. Office ut llie c V/i/ /// •■ / iMwi.nv.-l side Main st. Weaver, August 28. 1850. Ill if. 0. H. P. H0RCR0SS, JUSTICE OF 't Hi! PEACE, am« NUT Alt V PUBLIC. Ofiice, on Court House Hill. July HI, I Soli. 20-tf. H. J. HOWE, ATTORNEY AT I.AW. and DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Ollier in the Adobe Building, Court street. July HI. 1850. 20-tf. JNO. C. BURCH. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office corner of Court and Taylor streets. July ID, IH50. ' 20-tf. D. W. POTTER, ATTORNEY AND COI NSEEKOR AT LAW Office on Court street, near the Court House. July. ID. 1850. 20-tf. C. E. WILLIAMS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Office on Court street, near the Court House. July ID, 1850. 20-tf. WM. F. VAUGHAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. am. JUSTICE OK THE REACH. Office with Williams & rotter,Court House Hill. July 19, 1K50. 20-tf. CITY i»i;i <; ST()itE. BARRY & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, West Side .Main Street, Wenverville. July 19. 1 Had, 20-tf. GREENH00D & NEWBAUER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Segars and Tobacco. None but the choicest urticle ottered in this market. Main street, (between the St. Churli - And Independence Hotel-,) Wenverville. HIGHEST PRICE PAID 1 OR COED HI ST. . July ID, 1850. 20-tf. w i: \ v i: 14 •K M IX'-LEB,) /vi c i.r. a > (aurEssioiw to oEou BLACKSMITHS, COURT STREET, - - WEAYERVli.' 1 - TJLACKSMITHING of all kinds. Horse. A • D Mule and Ox Shoeing, done in the best manner, and on reasonable terms for Cash. \Jr A large assortment of Miners' Tools. Rocker--. Toms. Picks, Shovels, < 'row liars. Tom and Rock er Irons, Sluicing Forks, and a great variety of 11 A It l» \V A K 11, Jtept constantly on hand and for sale at our Shop, iituatc on Court stneet, near the Union Hotel. Thankful for past favors, we hope by close ap plication to business, to merit a share of public "SlHouage. Miners and others wishing anything In our liuo will do well to give us a call. McLEAN vt WEAVER. Weaver, April 12. 1350, 26-tf. WlvY\ERYIlLE. TRINITY ('01 NTY. CAL.. ATl !U) V\ OTFOKKK II. IAi(i. — ■ — ' — The Passing Away of the Gentle and Pure. Flowers, wild flowers, oil. bring them to me, (lathered from dills by the stiuiiy sen. Kissed 1 > y tin- morning's rni liest hen in, Balle d in the sunsets s golden stream. • Watched hy the stars, their bright sisters above, ClothM hy the moonbeams with mantles of love, Then hy the zephyr more boldly caressed, Stealing their tragranee to gladden his breast. Bring me wild flowers from shady nooks. !• lowers that nod by the meadow brooks. Flowers that laugh on the mountain s sale, Flowers that wave by the ocean's tide. Bring me the while flower dripping with dew, Bring me the blue flower modi st and true, Bring me the gulden onp'd lily, and then 1*luck me the violet hid in the glen. Fay them all gently upon my brow : llnsh I there are spirits about me now, (pints of flowers, ah 1 now I know Why 1 loved and cherished them so. Kneli little cup is a Spirit home, Kaeli v elvet petal a Spirit throne, Music I hear trom each tiny cell. Weaving around me a magic spell. Now let me sleep, and perchance I may dream ; ileutly there falls on my eyelids a beam Of light, lrom the far away Spiritduiiii. Bearing while ungels; a glorious hand. Hither they come on their ] inions of love, S w eeter the strains ol their voices prove, Komlcr and nearer their anthems swell ; Faith and ye loved ones I go Farewell! 1 hud ('(.‘listed my imagination, Cur several days, in the near prospect of a visit to Mount \ crno.'i, the-eat id Washington. .No j>11- grim ever s»i.jn’ouclieil Mecca with dee|ier enthusiasm. I arrived there in the a tier 110011 of January g!t, lTs.d, 1 was the hear er o!' the letter lrotu (ten. Uuuen, with an other I'roin Col. Fitzgerald, one of the Cor nier aids of Washington; ami also the books lrotu Granville Sharp. Although assured that these credentials would secure me u respectlul reception, I lelt an uuaeeountuble ddhilciiee as 1 came into the presence, of this great man. 1 loiiiul him at a table with Mrs. Washington ami his private family, and was received in the native dignity, with that urbanity so peculiarly combined in the character ut a soldier and eminent private gentleman, lie soon put me at ease, by unbending, in a free and tillable conversa tion. The cautious reserve, w hich w isdom and policy dictated, whilst engaged in rear ing tliii glorious fabric of our independence, was even ally the result of consummate pru dence, and not characteristic of his nature. Although 1 had frequently seen him in the progress of the Revolution, and had corres ponded with him from France, in NS 1 and Sd, this was the first occasion on which I lmd contemplated him in his private rela tions. I observed a peculiarity in his smile, which seemed to illuminate his eye; his whole countenance beamed w ith intelligence, w hile it commanded con tideiiee and respect. The gentleman who had accompanied me from Ale.'.amlria, left in the evening and 1 remained alone in the enjoyment of the so ciety of Washington, for two of the richest days of my life. 1 saw him reaping the re ward of Ins illustrious deeds, 111 the quiet shade of his beloved retirement, lie was at the matured age of fifty-three. Alexan der and Cie.- ir both died before they reueii that period of life, and both hud immortal ized their names. How much stronger and nobler the eluims ol \\ ashingtou to immor tality';' la the impulx ol mad and hellish ambition, they acquired tame by wading to the conquest of the w orld through seas of blood. Washington, on the contrary, was parsimonious ol the blood ol his country men, and stood forth, the pure ami virtuous champion of their rights, and lorineil for them (not himself j a mighty republic. To have communed with such a man in the bosom of his family, I shall always regard as one of the highest privileges, and most cherished incidents of my life. I found him kind and benignant in the domestic circle, revered and beloved by all around him; agreeably social, without ostentation; de lighting m anecdote and adventures, with out assumption; his domestic arrangements harmonious and systematic. 11 is servants seemed to watch his eye, and to anticipate Ids every wish: hence a look was equivalent to a command. Ills servant Billy, the faith ful companion of his military career, was al ways at Ids side. Smiling content unlimited and beamed on every countenance in his presence. The first evening 1 spent under the wing of his hospitality, we sat a full hour at table by ourselves, without the least in terruption, alter the family hud retired. I was extremely oppressed by a severe cold and excessive coughing, contracted by the exposure of a harsh winter journey. He pressed me to use some remedies; but I de clined doing so. As usual, after retiring, my coughing increased. \\ lien some time hail elapsed, the door of my room was gen tly opened, and drawing my bed-curtains, to my nstouislimcut, I beheld \\ ashingtou 1 1 i 111- sell, standing at my bedside, with a bow l ol hot tea in Ins hand. This little incident de serves to be recorded —Men and Timet < f the Jtcrv/ulit'ti. Wo find tlie following in the Memphis Appeal of the 1 2th ; “ A private letter, received in this city ' cxtei.i.'ty, from Dresden, Teiin., dated tlth iiist., state that Hon Lynn Boyd shot one of the Black iT publican electors the day before, about thirty nmVs from Dresden.— The person shot is supposed to be George T. Blakely. They were in a discussion.. — Blakely drew his pistol, when Boyd turned and shot him. No further particulars given.” A dock lias been very curiously defined ** brain preserved in ink ; and when there is a plenty of fruit, it is a conserve to tempt the most capricious palate, IXUVOTKT) TO TTIK O' 1 TUI'NITY COl'NTV. BY MY BA THOltXE. Washington and his Family. A Great Discovery. One of tho most important mail tl dis coveries of the nge is the application of elec tricity to tho elimination ot minerals from the system, and a general determent process. The experiments which led to this rest:.: were made by Professor \ crimes, in i’ut'i', in 1852. Braithicaitcs lieti apt t thus al indes to it: In this great discovery i-kenc.' or ac o lei- Jiltiyed a part. One of the inventor- .V ■ Verpnes neenpied lnm-cll with , !\a. inp or silvering. Hi' hamls In-in ; in cnatnoinl contnot with solutions of nitrate anil i-vaiiuivl in gold mill si 1 ter, pul eo\ errd v\ i lii tile- . - in con-- (Ulclicc ot the iiiliinlnetioii of nielnli.e |i;m ' ( lae day he pliillgi d the disco-, d ot a:.- into tl; • eloeto-choniical Imtli. at the |msiti\i i ot t If pile, mid lifter a <|tiarter of an lioitr. to rent surprise id the lietiolders, a small plate of metal brought into contact with the ncgal u . i ered itself with a thin coaling of gold aid sill -r. extracted from tile hands of tin- o|n‘raloi-, vvlu-is-c the most powerful remedii s had not been aid-- to elimiuule litem. Tile same discovery is said to have la on made, in a similarly accidental manner, I v Dr. Saunders, ol Ohio, some years befor.-. So the ((Ueslion of the discovery of this mode of applying electricity is likely to lie a men! ed one between America and l 1 ’ranee, and will probably remain in the same doubt that enshrouds the discoveries of !>r. Franklin, which are also claimed to have been made by ;i Frenchman. 'I'he process of remedial application was at first by means of ti full bath, in which the patient was immersed, holding in his hands a handle connected with tho positive pole, while the negative polo was placed in con nection with the copper lining ol the hath at his feet, it was snb.sc(|Uenlly ioand tl at as a remedial agent elect ricity could 1 employed in a vapor or steam lath, win- h being in itself a powerful detergent would add to the efficacy ot the uewiy ctup'nviil power. These btitli from their inception uttrucb ! a good deal of attention in the mettieal world, particularly among water cure | i'm - titioners, uudtltey were introduced into .\e\v York about a year since by d. \ • -i. . and have since been employed in several hy dropathic establish men ts in that city. t ■ lii e or six months since they were mtr> .««•<•»! into this city by Dr. Bourne, who e moile ol applying them diil’ers somewhat in dclad from that adopted elsewltere, ljut Ims not been less successful in its bcnilieiul t • L’nrtly from motives of curiosity aid j-.nly to obtain relief from a severe cold we were induced to try their eilicuey a short time since, and we propose to give our ri.aier.s some account ol our experience. Dr. Bourne’s mode ot implying I 1 • new remedial agent is in the shape '• a vapor bath. The patient takes a -eat in a hug" box, with his feet i:t u small pan von : warm water, into which is introduced i end of the wires leading from tn • 11 The ot her end of t ho wires i handles vvliicli are e<-vcred witli ha These, after being dampened, are p-" I the bauds of the subject, who is then '"it up in the box, his head being kept out id ter the manner adopted in the ease ol ( hi nese mnlefaetors, striking views ol whom in t his eondit ion may be but ml in tun-1 prunaiy school geo era pities. The ilile reaee nctii 1 en the size of the neck of tin: subject and the orifice through which his head prutrud. being tilled with a bandage of lilt -a, 11 op erntion commences by the iuirodm-i u>a oi the vapor. The only sen-alion produe. 1 i . the electricity is a tingling in ti; ■ pain.; oi the hands, a ml in some insiat.ee> t 1 ;: - i- me evident. Tiio sensation proilms-I I » fie \ a por is similar to the teaming ] rtiuu oi th Russian bath. With I lie except ion of t ti Hi alluded to, the patient would m ! I - aware of the passage ot the eh- trie lit through his person, although, as the I 1 t observed, the current can only l e Ida md to a stream of Hume. By way oi .--alt-lying' any doubts, however, the operator u.-ea-iun nllv exhibits the pa-sage ol tin* loud by placing ft piece ol platinum o-i one < i lue w ires and touching its end to a pit • resting on the parallel vv ire. i ms inn ti up' the passage of the eurreuf, and spur!, ol electricity pass from the metal to lb- cuke, accompanied by sensations on the pert "I the subject in the Imtli similar to ft sii- at shock of electricity. The Doctor a it> that imperceptible as the pas age oi the tl nit] is, except, when thus interrupted, there tire portions of the body where tl may be plainly felt when they are brought into con tact with the poles, in fact, in want portions it is too powerful for even temporary et; I ; ranee. lit till! ad ill in ist ration oi lie- hate- ill 1 i citv, they have been upplr-d Mi'ntiy a- a remedial agent, and eonseipi- nth m> i nr. of ft satisfactory character as to its efficacy in eliminating minerals from the -v a t■ * I■ 1 1 r<• been arrived at. It is here applk i » , **1»-.- us a specific for certain di-urdus, and t instances relati d oi its eflii aey are cert nmrvellous. The re-nlts of experinn uts in stituted with u view to ascertaining its de punitive influence in .New 'i ork pin euted mercury and various other mineral . in t deposits found in the bath; Imt Dr Bourne informs us that iron is tint only im-inl ot which ho bus u' yet di-eovered any tru< He attributes this to the faet that he I.; not made tiny experiments with a view to such discoveries, but lai- -imply admini-tered the baths as ti remedial agent. As a curative proce -, the baths appear to be peculiarly adapted to the tr atmeut ol rheumatism, paralysis. and .-crolinous atiee tions. In fever and ague a single Imtli, we are informed, lias frequently 1 Heeled a pet - feet cure. Of the theory of its operation little is known, We hope that attention will lie directed to it, with a view to ascer tain its cxuct power and quality. At pres ent, however efficaciously it tuny be employ i’ll, it is used blindly, and may l>e productive of less favorable results. The nge of im plicit belief in specific remedies is past. If electricity is to Ik- cmylnyed in the cure of diseases i \teii''ive!y, its application must bo based mi -itch general principles as investi gation will educe in relation to it. 'Till then many of the most auspicious results of its o; i ration can only be set down in the cliap ie: of accidents. Hut as most of the cures of is war pl.y.-iciutis way properly be classed in that category, there is no more danger for invalids in submitting to t xperimeuts in electricity, than they have for ages been sub jected to in line course of medical practice. — 11 id e 11 i .v', llow to ai r a Win: with i I'nina \r. “damn- Houliominie," a Paris eorn>pou dent, relates the following' anecdote, wiiielt ho locates in that city: A young man ot line family, though im poverished by the revolution, aspired to a pe.-t under government, to occupy which it was necessary to furnish a certain sum to deposit as scuirity. Our hero could not ob tain the rc<|iiisiie amount non his friends, and, at Iasi, lul upon all expedient to put an eiul to the dinieiilty. lie caused an ad vertisement to appear in one ot the journals of Paris, as follows; " A young limn, occupying an honorable ] ' sition, wishes to man y a lady well brought up. and possi cd of two hundred and lilty frail Tu ! hm.died and fifty francs arc Imt Idly o.'liars, and as there arc many women in the world who would be glad to purchase a young, handsome, and honorably connec ted husband, on siieli moderate terms, it was unite natural that the advert : ser, in the eonr; e of three days (hiring' which the notice appeal'll! in public, should have received many letters and a] plica! ion '. i lie yoiu man :»h!ri i d a note to each ol I he applicants, appointing a place and hour w he it lie would meet them altogether; and poldcly i 11 \ itine; all to come am look at hiui. Ua the evenin', indie.,ii d, they came, audit is ; aid the company numbered two hundred women. When all had assembled, the voting man organized the lie i lie ", and made a speech, in vi.a !i lie tli.mked ih" • lailles for the lion r t hey pi pi i d eoiiferi'ing upon him. “Ilul," said tl. ■ self po.- i su'd young man, “yon mu: i iiiKlei stand, ladies, peril et ly well, thill I eaiinoi inai'iy yiai u//; taoreov r, you are all so charming', (many of tlu ui were hei 1 Tible wi'etelu s,) il would l e utterly iHi lo. :il>]e lor ini' lo choose among such lowly on ature-s —this, then, is my proposition;- Coieider me as an olj a t pul up at lottery. Von numb r tv,o Imiiiln 1; innke I wi> bun ilred tickets at two hundred ami fifty frillies each, nml the gi . i re; liz d ha 11 be i lie . r, an • of th • h. iy \ in i iraw., I lie laekv i.m,:ii. r, and v hot a ! p! ■ my -elf to mar ry immediately.'’ They liesitat lam , but tlio youth v, as g.'ood-looki: g ir d th" ladies were ;:e .\a i to many. ( b." of th in determined to accept i lie proj ion mid the r I follow cd after, lik t 111 k ol p. if to rewurd mu' \ 1'iitiii'oiis yihii ;friend for hi . courage, his fortunate Mar iiii"i led that lie should fall to the lot of a j , as,! petty girl, wlio.-e greati: t fan! i as unhappy | e-,.,ion r pru tiring i t tl ■ pi ’1 in.' to !. '.'.i I, 11 " y a.: man naii'i'ii il her, nml, at hit accounts, the couple thin, •■.triiii'o-ly brought toe ■ 1 lea' v, n: pa- ing a happy honeynu > a. Dr : .a !:•**. or Mo.- mv. 11 was on the I ii of p a', I s 1 “. A l iiiiduiehi Napoleon, in utter esln a.lion of body and . ’! ales of uppi'oacli ing w ini i r lirie! cd ] or: i tit Min- ly urminil tin ii>.. iTs ol tim kei'inbli. Yiaid 'lily tic i• of “ lire 1" I'c-ouieled through the .street. . bar oil' in tli" i-1, imioe] .• vi ill lines of bil low y Kiln ke, pii re al vvitii 11 n e, were rolling Up in I II the si Ill'll, V I . 111(1 e.vplo - Oil > III bit: tin; ■ hell and m.hc.-n ii'g mine sea tiered (h ath an I ilisiie", arm,,el. Suddenly the I liimdcr- ol an earl lion ! e were heard in auol her dim cl ion. A score ol buildings wile thrown in tin- air. Mawing projec tile.-, ol the mo-1couiliii'tib|e and un(|uciieh able material, were eattiTeri il in all direc tion , (iin] a new volcano ol -moke and llaine commenced its ravages. l'!arlhi|Uake suc ceeded 1 artliipiake -volcano followed vnleu i.o. The demon of tlie Mnrin ■ eel in ii to ex ult in its high carnival of destruction. The llami's were swept, in all directions. A shower ol lire de.ieeuib'd upon all the dwell in'.' and all the -ti'ect . Mine- 1 were -pri 111 nr, .hells bur.-t, can non vvi - r<* ill charged, wagon of | owdor and nema/.'iie , blew up, and in n I" W l our of inih ei ibable conlii' ion and bi may t he n hme \ a I, city v. a- u rappi o in one W'i:• l o"e,in i,f llniees. Th" I'leliell soldier -hot the iiieendiai'i , bayonetted them, to- ed them into the fl.iiii'", but --til!, like ii- more:, they pli ( d their work. //< <‘on <i - it! if. Imu i m in— lullm-ime is to be measured, not by the (":tent <>i't!;e surface it cover-, but by it linil. A man may pivot h. mind, Ii! .feeling:! mid opinions ihrougli a great extent, but, if his mind be a low one, in* inanifc-t : no gri Mm s. A wivtelied artist may !iii a i ity with daub , and by a false, showy.-1 y 1 < ■, achieve a repuliitinii but the man of genius, who h ave beliiiu him one grand picture, in which immortal beauty i., eu,bodied, and which is silently to spread u true tusli; in his art, exer; an iu comparabiy higher iullueuce. Cft.-mniag. Tiiierm::; homicide-; have been committed in Washington within the last two years, none of which have been capitally punished, w hile most of them received no punishment at all. Thrilling Adventure. Some of tin 1 episodes encountered Uuriiuj tin' search of Dr. Kane have wild interest. At one time it heeame necessary to send a fatigue party, with provisions, to assist the main parts under Dr. Kane, in an attempted passage across Smith's Sound. This patty was finder the eommaml of Mr. Drunks, lir t olVteer of the expedition, lie was nr i ompaired hy Mr Wilson and other •.ohm leers. During their travel they louml the iee completely impendrahle, and a snow drift swept wildly over the lines, and in the midst of a heavy gale from the north the thermometer, to their dismay, sunk to lit’ty seven degrees helow zero. Unman nature could not support the cold. Four of the party, including Mr. Drunks and Mr. Wil son, were prostrated with frozen feet, and with dillietilty three or four of their compan ions, after encountering great sull'cring, reai lied the ship, and announced the condi tion of their comrades. Their chances of being re.- 1 tied at this time seemed exceeding ly small. They were in the midst of a wil derness of snow, incapable ol motion, protect ed only by a canvass tent, and w ith no land marks by which tlm'ir position could be know n, F.vi n to drag these maimed men would hat e been, under ordinary eircumstan ees, a work ot dillieulty ; but to the s'emler party letl at the ship it seemed impossible. Dr Kane with the boldness and courage which justified the warm attachment felt toward him by all under his command, in less than one hour organized a recruiting party, leaving on hoard only those w ho w ere necessary to relieve the.sick, and started oil in the teeth of a terrible gale, and sIi‘iiring only by compass, to rescue the siilferers. Alter nineteen hours'constant trawl, during which two or three of the parly fainted, and ol hers required to be kept from sleep by force, they struck the trail of the lost partv, and finally. staggering under their burdens, one by one i ached the b ut, which was ul mo t hidden by the snow . The scene as Dr. Kane entered the tent, was alYeetingIn vond de Tint ion. The party lnir.-t into tears A blabber lire was immediately built, pent mienn cooked, and the party ale lor the first t ime at ter h a \ ing the ve . I he was al o melted, tiny having I ecu to tin time wit hold drink. .Worn out as t hey w ere, but lour hours weie allowed for tin- halt. The maimed ol I! • • frozen w ere ■ ew n up in ImHa lo relies, pi: ell on sledges, ami dragged along by their companions, Dr. Kami walk ing in ad \ a lice and picking the I lack. Cold of I lie utmost e\crily again overlook tin m. Duit.-al end Merton, and even the l!-i|Uliiuux I oy, llunce, sank upon the snow w ith sleep. It Wa only by lol'ee that lliev were lll'ou eil and made to proceed, as the cold nu d to have i|i I roved all eoueiptiou of danger A large b ir met on the wav, was fortunate ly -'eared oil'by Dr. Kane, by a simple wave ot ilm hand. They reached the ship after a walk of sixty i w o hours, st ill d wigging their eon ptuiions behind them, but insen iblc. Dr. Ilay s, the intelligent :,in jeon of the ship, from whom is got these particulars of this fearful advent lire, received the returning parly Two ol the nmiiber died of their injuries, and two others iimlerwcut ainpiila- Iion, mid are now rc.stor eil to perfect, liealt li. The condition of those who dragged the sick ,'us must lamentable. Their memory lor a time wa entirely gone, sunt the ship in the midst of the muttering.' and delirium re 'iiiblnl a l.o pitul. The urgeou and one I'-mail ling utti i ala li l were in sole charge of the ship, lulls state of semi-inadm .the !. ., maiued for tw o or three day , but uf- I I ex. .ul they entirely recovered, and the par ty under Dr. Katie started three weeks nl terward and re-imied (heir labors in the Held. I ul repidily like this has newrbeen urpa- id. It is spok' ii of with emotion, even now, by the stoniest hearts ill the ex pedition. A 'em York I'.rprew. Ni'i'iox u. law 1’itn vri i ittsa.. Ureal I Sri t ;i in, France, Austria I’m .-in, Sardinia, ami Turkey, a I I lie famous Peace ('on fere nee, et Fais . la t spring, ngrecil to a treaty w )iicli t Ipiilate ; as billows : I I’rivateeriiig is and remains abolished. •J. The n utral Hug covers enemy's goods, \v i'll t he exception of cold I'M I ill in 1 of war. If, \eiit ml goods, wit h the except ion of emitrulsiml of war, are not. liable to rapture under i lie enemy’s Hag. I. Illockudc, in order lo lie binding, must lie i lfeetive ; that is to say, inailitiiilied by a force siiHieieut really to prevent, access to t he coast of I lie enemy. Tie e stipulations were submitted to the (iovernment of the I'nited States, which ap proved of the ‘■eeond, third, and fourth prop o-itioiis. S' lTetary Murry proposed to add to the first, the following words : “ And that the private property of the ubg eis or citizens of a belligerent on the high sin , iliall be exempli d from seizure by public ai'lllcd vessels of the other belliger ent- , except it be contraband.” If this amendment shall be adopted by the I'iiirnpcnti powers, thin the stipulations will become part ol the National law. A ■ i- : o:i: os Du. F inki.i.v. A pleasing auedote is told of Dr. Franklin. "The to-,mi of Franklin was named for him.— While ill Franc;', a gentleman of lioston wrote to him of the fuel, mid added that as the town was building a meeting-house, per haps he would give them ti bell. Franklin wrote the clmraeteristie reply, that lie pre ,limed the good people of Franklin prefer ml •:ense lo sound, and therefore lie w ould give them u town library.”— Journal. Mu-. Paktim.tox has discovered in what en on of the year it is most advisable to take port wine and bark. The dog days, she says, complacently. Iteaily the old lady grows smarter every day of her life. Lecture on Torn Moore. TIip distinguished scholar Hr. .Murray of Maynooth (’ollege in Ireland, l::is been de livering lectures on the Poetry, ('haracter and genius of Moore. The followingextract Iron* one of hi- lecture.-, shows the private, and social character of the l’oet : "1 hav * already o.-.;. ipl.ited Moore only a> a pod. Hit i i lore iouchiding, 1 may he allowed to say on word on the personal eharaeter ol the lirave a 1 lovin ' spirit so lately departed fro in r.< - I'ilenee in oar t'e.-live lad!- Sweet son of -on ! l!n , „ne • is o\ r : la * ala on lin e - uj liria culls. 11* r riin-lri I - \ e-ee r* s,iiauls ao more. I have already spoken of his patriotism. Hi- periods of social enjoyment, partly du ring his occasional vi-its to Loudon, partly at I >owood and elsewhere, were neither few nor far helwcen ; and while they lasted, scarce a moment of them waslo-L Though often reluctantly drawn from Ids retirement ami in the midst of hi- iraietiei, si kii: for Its return, still on whirled the round of plmis uri hreakl'a-t s, dinner ..- 1;| p ! I ail -. thea ter-, -ineiin.:\ dancing, Imighin .', and i -tiny*. Hut when buried in the in■; m «■! Id- own home, hi- lile seems to hav el.". \ cry l.d'o rious. lie wrote much ; and lie w.n rather a slow workman. Ity his p n hi* not only supported hiuiself ni.d his family in comfort and independence ; but also contributed largely to the support of Ids father and mother to the end i f their liv< -. After st rn igling luird “ to make end mcel,” some times with only a few shillinin his pocket, lie was iievei guilty of oiu mean or unmanly net. Ilis heart overtlowed with kindness and o'i'uero-ily t•» all that earn ■ within hit ••iri'li' His temper seem- to lmve been one of unvarying swveti, VII the world ad mired his genius, iimt all wlui knew loved the man. lie was the lu st of sous, a warm and generous friend, a loving brother, alove i11biithliii Im-baml. In (hi : last rehitiou In was un.ular'y luippv, haviiu!'been united to n Lidv whose . .reat I ■;> n I y seems to hav a been bill t III'I'elh'et ion of t lie tillt tll'ul gOOil m ■ ■ and iioblem of | r heart It was ■ tid iliaI he “ d Iv loved a lord” and, 1 Iron ;y .-aspect, l.y - one who envied quite J l - mill'll . i I hey blnnied llhilllllol'd -ought liiiii 11 ui1 1* ns miii'li n he ,sought them, and a 1 rent ih il more. Wlni'i veri.uiy have been Ini < i 11 y, l believe few men e'er lived, drawn I'r- ni an humble sphere like Ids, and thrown as be was, when little more iban n boy, into the ty of l" r ds mid sueh lords u some of them were ! - and wlieiiever he pa- d id -own threshold, eon tiintly liv i n ■ ■■ in their own soeii Iv, who, to I he end, preserved the 11;.1 n Iv - . Il respect a IH I i IM! e I I e 11'lire V. !i i d I 11 CO I l a'll • very record ol In, li;' Ih .l ha i.dlen under my eye- Ills chill's . r i- iis li ..utifill H.t his genius. I peak only i l'lii- uatural qiiul ilii 1 -, and a- I gather uv idea from liie-.o sources of informalioii that are open to all. <M him, ns in referenee to the iiperuatural, I -hull ay nothing here. Only be il ours to Ieel deeply, iiflrr i nnli inpl.iting the picture ol so miieli worldly hupp.': ' and splendor, mid fame, I hut lifter all, I hu fashion of this world passed aw ay, a. I but one tiling is nec essary as in Moore’s own words : - " A ml fal-e the lido in (i lory ’« pin Ine ' I'uliu;: line nf i.ven : Anil lie, -, toiil lo ,|ie ;, ei I lieilll I V - idoolll Are liln i min- eiltlle I lor tile Toinli, I’lie,, 11<• I lii1 1 ' 1,. i"li! lull 11 >-.1 vi'n I” for/ /•''tiininrr. \ vi 'Til i it I m i an \\ mi 'I'Li- Siititit Ke cor it o| the St ! m lu j ubh in, of ol t 1 ic I a 1 1 • - 1 d, S', w rill a- loll ws to that paper : The Vivaios, who i .’lib,; a largo tract of e. null i y about ' el n h V.o ,, aril of Kanin Le, ure nov, in a late 1 I' < pen war, mill lllivillg • II tl • Ilf en , ; |e ail 1 sheep from the inlc.M nits, mill killed those thal defended I 1 :r properly, reliise to give up the murderer , and only a few of (!•.) sheep, Wliat i lobe done'/ The (love. - nor tom: al-o .'••'nperinlendeiit of Indian Af fair , -ends word to them that their coiidn", grieves their (Lvat h’atlier at. Washington. The Vborii'im dec!,re that tin y are ,-:oi a'f that they have hurt, t luir (J|e<. t I'alh-i'i I’eeliii'ii, mid fro on in th ■ same old v.i.y They would Imiirli in tl.'!. 1 .. .. if they wore coats, bn; they .ho., tl !r is peniauco by Ktealiii'." more ! . Li looh-li L> make treaties with u !i j , ' !h / i,iin; be nu.de |o li e| if it ., (duel muent ! < st I'Ollfr I'llOII'J II lo plllli-h ti Pill. Hi till! i. - fancy of our Ib-piibli •, our fathers rnfus: 1 to pay 1 rd:ii' >i ;baric powers of th j Ion I ; now Half we are strong, Lit us show tlie ame spirit lo the barbaric powers of the W'l !. Ti e .V: iol'os, of whom Ilu.d Spoken above, eu:i bring into tig f;chi son.) •J Omt e. ari l' i , but '.'(It) men which (JenerM (larl.m I pi'opo e- tu be,ol p.oaiin, t them, com posed of ollii'ers and men who acquired dis tinction in old Me’iieo, it ml in numerous In dian light ; in this Territory, v.iil thoroughly w ipe them out. Ln ’ V in - ii 1 ' e , while they teach the eleviiti d humility, arc well i r.!-:dated to ru couraye tie ! ,.!y cn.l faint-hearted Few men ure so rich in this country but tbr.t they may lack the means to purchase a din ner, mid may die in u;ter destitution. Uji tiie otl r hand, the p< r i’rien ..ess boy of to day may, in no great number of ycuis, be come (lie po- es-or of scon of tlioncamis, the loved mid the re.-jiceted of a iurge com niunity. Not very many years since, a little boy might have b en seen picking up chips for hix widowed mother's tire, where a public building was in process of erection. Sine# that time the little hoy has grown to be a man, mid that man is Hiram Powers, world renowned, and ns widely honored. ,\0. :is.