Galveston Weekly News (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 17, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 11, 1854 Page: 1 of 4
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GALVESTON TEXAS....TUESDAY JULF 11 1854.
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f rBUoHU EVERT TCESEAT
BY RlfciHUPMIS V CO.
Is Devoted U General N. r"LKrtSu rf
the Commercial Intclhsrno from the princT:d Markets rf
the vwUilA the AKncn'oiral laterals or the C-tuntry- to
the fovemenu aal di-eoTcrie that miy be made con
ducive to our AetvolW"! and Commercta piosperityi to
Politic only o far as i-mwtant measures t f Government
are thereby affected: t- Uv'lJaci" r-rtid-s tn reftrenee
ta our part LbUry: w Bioerapbicat Ske-tche- of pent tun.
tibia and other coontr.es. la Anecdutcs awl Talcs f
humor occasionally: or relij-ou controverMC rarely and
to peronal reflections on private character never.
T E r. il s
OVE COFi. per annum la advance. H 00
- - - if not paid wieii'nsixiTkiotLs. 4 iA
" for two rearm In advance SOU
A deduction of So per cent. w.3 be allowed rotmiters
who art as agents la procanns subscription and maklnjr
Sinst subscriber at ambiance may at their plea-Tire
eltnr make us remittance1 at oar risk. I y mail or pro-tire
ofh private cinvcxances as they may hare confidence In
as being both safe and expeditions.
ISoolt mill .Toi Printing.
BILLS. MAMMOTH rOsTFKS. It. c
Fxecu'ed with neatacsand on the irwrrtliLerB terras.
fc (galbcston $cfos.
C7 Below we pubh-h probably the last poetic tflu-iou
written by the late A 1. Tosej w hlch wo dip from the
TO M bTEEl).
Unborn of earth or litne
ud f tnj spirit I ny glory and my pride .
By the opbuorne o'er regions vast ubliiae
In triumph I tide.
By oi(tnt and. by day
I trouLt tbett prutid courier cr my Pool
And with glad heart I bid ILce bound away
Freed from all control.
For thoo Last no form.
Of earthly mad; jel HroPfT and wJ thoa art
ueann? tne aioH tn ne paiwj mm - .
Where flaming thnndcra dart.
Aye! thon brirenl tne
TbroefTh cloads and darkne upward and away
Orer world and frky orer land and tea ;
And I cannot etsy.
TTn. I cannot ret;
For I am thy fiUrirr boand to thee my sla;
And for libs fowrer wrelcbed damned or blel
I nat with the tpeed !
With her whert-o'er
A bidden tract of baruln- tfcoojtLl i found;
WhereTpr menial higlits unhealed appeart
Or depths of eool profound .
Thoo speeds on amid the rIoows of nicbt.
And no heary tramp of Iron'J hcof is btatJ
To sonnd thy rapid flight.
Bat ttle&t as death
On Um pale chartrrr erenDore 1 Rllde
Amonf the tomb along tbe dreary hMtb
Cp tbe mooataln aide.
Thru1 wide jawnlwr cares
Orer lonely deserts d mal crairi cad Rlens :
Above the roarii g (loodf beneath the wave
And Into horrid dene. -
Then careering high.
Swiftly. thou dot fcfclm aloi the flow'ry flam;
Or plowro amid the bitlh.'a roar with flaming eye
Trampling do n the tlain.
Thee ttm bcKtridirg
I ULe with Niagara's giant cap
U bile with tbe torcsdo boldly tiding
Orer fearful steeps
Anin 1 guide thee
Upward to the very bslllemeLti ofheaTea
Or down the darkest elopec of bell I rtde tLre
Ob tny noble eleed !
1 ith IIcaTen's own Immortal Arc lirbnrd ;
How I joy la tbee how glory In thy Fpced'
Thon art a gft to ma
Turn Cod : bejond nil price and part we ncrer
Bat orer bouodleBs epacO) and oer eternity
W-II rid forever.
La Q&aiict Iecembert 1S53.
AaMvats. Tbe hipa SUr Republic and Fylvwler
Cilderaleeve have arrived off anl will be In to-day. The
AteamOi'p CharltsMorsan mw a large ecbooner yesterday
steenng for Calrcston. She will probably be in lo-dar.
ty e leant by a Mobile rrlce-Correot that a EarL
and two Schooners wen up Tor Cilveatoa for Uio par
pce of tallng Ireicht North.
trTbe tteamer Swan Capt. Jeotm arrived laet
night from ParLer'a B'uff and Magno'ia wiib eight Lan-
dredand twenty three balea of cotton. She Uxk all the
cotton at the above latdtt. We understand however
there Is enough cotton at other landiogs to load the 2Iag
nolla which la now the only boat In the Tniilty. There
jHajjmcdjlRWor water and rlslnsicnihe wapJ.UoliioyLatJ.lsC.-tccjlfcry qmsldaj; great
Ml"" " "" jemergeoTX rt number wp.f uuu-dart to he
. killed bow inanv women vloUted before be wjuld
EsCOtKAOESEKT TO TEt HrttWlrtO nalLEOllI -Wc
ttndetctacd that tbe citizens of WhErton county have
lately made op a BabseripUa to the amount of tlztg
thousand iJiaTM to the Ilarrlsturg K.road.oa ccndlUon
that The road tbaTl be extended across from the Brazos to
the Colorado mer. Tbh amount ia subcrtbed by wme
of the best planters of the conntry who obligate them
selves to pay the Instalment! as tbe roai progresses We
like to t this eplrit manifested. The IlarrUburgRail
rosin now entitled to public confidence and It is plainly
-"the true Interest or onr citiaens to extend to It all the
eneonragement in thetr power. The farther It is extend
edtotbe wet. tbe greater mut be the inducement to
extend It atill rarther ontil It that! confer its benefits on
be remotest settlements of the west.
JjjT Mr. Uriah LUlU field of Gonzalca county lost a
little eon about eight years old on tbe lCib I mL No had
gone with an older brother to fish In the CaadJnpe river
but became separated from Mm and was not found till
after four days search by all the neighborhood. His re-
mains were then found In tbe river into which b bad
doubtless accidentally fa len and thus lost bis lite
Dears or Midas Sonne Lata accounts from Mex'
co fIts tbe painful Intelligence that Uadac-Fostagdled
In Montezuma on Jbe lih nlu Her death is universally
Ismetited throughout Mexico and tbe United tatet and
Indeed wherever tbe ww known.
7 Tte steamship Charles Morgan made tic trip from
Kew Orleans to Ibis I ort In thirty-four boars.
Calroston Female Collegiate Institute.
The undersigned having been present daring a part ef
the exercises at the recent examination of tho pupils of
this seminary conducted by their accomplished Instruct-
ress MIt Ann McCullougb deem it doe that some notice
be publicly taken of it with tho yiew to Invite ot.cnllon
to this excellent insutuUon.
Tbe exercues were of a highly Interesting and satisfac
tory character aai coald not fail to leave the com ictlon
with those who witnessed them that this school Is call
tied to a high character for usefulness ; and Is more than
deserving of tne liberal patronage Ittias hitherto receiv-
ed. The examination embraced a great variety of sub.
jecttt comprising exercises in the various branches ot
learning usually taught In ecmtn&rlea of the highest or-
der from tho Elementary Branches or rudiments of
knowledge to the ta re advanced studies and rc&caachca
In rhysical and Moral science ; Including also tboe
branches which arc esteemed aecompjahments that
adorn a Qaisbed female education languages music be.
Many of theyoung ladles were well advanced in the ecv-
era! departments of a flaishcJ cbujicsi and scientific
education And the examination was eo conducted as
to afford utitfaclory evidence that the pupils had obtain-
ed a thorough knowledge and mastery of their various
eubjecU of etudy. The entire exercises were of a char-
acter to rtflect credit a'Jie upon teachers and pupils
To enumerate or bestow even a pacing rcinaik upon
each of the several exerciws would extend this notice
to a greater length than Is coiial'tcnt 9 lib Its object:
which is merely to invite attention to the merits of this
echooL And since we cannot notice all to Indicate spe-
cially tbe merits cr particular perfrrmenccs would be
doing Injustice to ethers.
It may suOicetosay that we have witnessed the exam
laation gratified and delighted at the proficiency and
advancement of the pupils the systemt-nd manner of
Imparting Instruction and the LciplInc and conduct of
tbo ecbtol ; and with increased coi fldence in its con-
tinncd usefulness and profperily We feci aacarcd that
la this school young ladies may acquire alluisbed edu-
cation under the uperinlendcDt care and tuition of a
most worthy acd accomplished Iiinroctrcss; that they
tx y enjoy here as ample means of acquiring a kno ledge
of hll that Is really useful and ornamental la Female
Vacation as in tbe more celebrated rcbools of a similar
character abroad; and that pareius may feel assured that
the young lad.es whoso education they may entrust to
those who have charge of this school will be faltLfdlly
and rightly Instructed In all that concerns their Intellec-
tual and moral culture and welfare by those whoe exam
ple will illustrate and enforce tbe truth sincerity and
proprieyr their precepts; end who from principle
will take a deep and I'vely Inures! In promoting the
happiness and wclbclug of those cctrosted to their guar
dian care and tuition
Tbe school seems hlgh'y pre'perous ; but we can Tiot
doubt that if lis merits were more generally know n tbe
ephere of lis oaefulncia wou'd Lo greatly enlarged and
corresponding beneflts bo conferred mutually upon Its
patrons and thosa whose zeal and devotion to the course
they hare espoused have enabled them to bttfld up an
institution eo creditable lo our city anl S ate.
fc EVANDER McN IR
ItAVL D. ATCHISON.
GaLTCSTOt July 1st 1851.
TnaUcaDCoxcTO Lire Id IStl or M a merchant
by the Dime of Cordell doing bnsiuess tt JrffEreon ft
Klosuddt-nly dieappeared and the auppoaltion was that
be bad been murdered. His estate was srttcd by the courts
andhia wtfisand latmly retuniod to her father's roof w her
they have since remained. To the surprise or all ptrtics
Mr. Cornell reiuned to his home last week and accounts
for hit leaving home by euppos ng that it was dunnz a
period of mental alienation He has been In Mexico and
from thence to New York and has now returned to
TDkxss as a Fivk Aet. Whala progression from Og
leaves lo flounces to jack hoot red heel pointed toe
from deerskin brugae andal moccasin ytt (till the Lu
nan foot to each I What a clue are theto metamorpbo
-M to taa mini thai animates the bodies thus masked
sod hidden 1
The population of Fittaburg Is supposed by tbe Gazette
to bf ww 1101100 1 CTtoelanatl XBOjiXW
GALVESTON JULY 7 1834.
3JT- We are aullrorited to annnncc J BROCK as a can Ji-
aaieiorineoiDceoi uoroaer lor tun ronnry
T" We are aatliorli-hl to announce ISA VC N l-0Raa ft
ca-.didatefrttc othce bf County CI JL at the an roaehiMf
Ur-..reatUoraieltoannuuneel!ic IIofcTHOnA" J
JKNMNRS uirti Iidatc I r re!ceU i to the tflice tf
Auornfy U.ncral at the ecsuirc ALsat ckcucn.
Fl.tf AnlTCojaty nu tamillat tar the JuJkWlitp
thtni3tJj(iidalDtnct.atUie en-oiaj elecLon. In JVuut
Cff-JAMEs B SHi a candidate fjr reltioa to the
rF-JlMl 1L RI0VB ii a cacbdatc for rc-ck-ciiou
to the office of ttate Treasurer
r" e are authorize 1 to announce WILLIAM HELP as
acarilMkte fr tlie vmce of Diktrkt Attomo furtLeF.ru:
tTUf area&tliorize-l t- aa-ionw-e J0 . V 'IART0K .
cf Bm-oria as a taadidatc for tUnct Att rney t the First
ZH 41 the policitaiicn ef many Hends. Col. 1UA B J
LMW'iliaiconwTitt'd tAnffi r! Unun tn Ihenn) ltrasacan
didate lr the olSce of Jade or the first .'uj ml I'btrel
ten It-red vacant ly the reignaIon (if the lion. K. J Towns.
.TW are au'honaNl to announce UOrr J. W. KrEL
a a caoa uat ut icnil ci llrazoru uouniy.at tae ensum
JP"We are anaorised to announce NATIIAN SJHT11
as a caiidilate Tor tt (ttice of sesor nt Cc'lcctorof
Taxes far the County of ttalvestou at the eiismns itection
la Aagust next.
U a candidate for re election to the elhcc of Asesfir And Col
lector ofttiis couaty.
CT-Weare aatborlaed to anrwwiir- JAMtS W . MOOUE
as a candidate far re-ehuoa to the oLdcc of Clerk c-f tlie Di
trict Court fir thEb County.
jy Wc are au'JionxeJ to announce JOHX S. JON ES a a
canoidte for the oQice of CcrL. ol the District Coi-rt ft this
SST We are aatlmnsed to an-iOtm- 0 D. J0IIN30V aa a
cand' late fur the ofiice f Clerk: or tie Ulbtrict Court for the
ColeIj of Cattetton.
jy"We are amhnrired to announce Gen. IIL(II L. Mc
QLEEN a3catid.atcfjrJal-ort"iFin.t JoicialDi'tiict
at the ctiTUinc election.
FT ffn ln nn )miiusl tn ntHMir.c Mr T) IL flHOtE
in aucum nexu
ntnraDtiftr.-MllnKnnnnnfv 02TAI1 rARt5IIaaa
candidate for re-eleccon to the oQice of Cerk of the County
uoun (i uu county.
17" We are aa'horised to announce F. O LYNCH. I'JO.sa
t candidate for re electlun to the oflic of County Treasurer
of tills CHtunty. at ine election In J mtust neat.
C7" W e have btard much complaint among lhoc fund
of the werd" that a (rood article Is hard to be bad.
We curanicnd them tc Mr Hmton who hpsjiicn aa a
sample hard to bcU
13 We see from tbe Pioneer that Mj Scotl the
Mail AcclI was at Ccntrcvil'c about tbe Sstli ulL e
hope he will j1 th'njs rljht np thrc berore he leaves.
XjT e call attcji hn to tta renewed ad rerli-cmcnl by
tbe Assignee fortboMlcor the late stock of pood J of Mr
D'ilc2ahe prices being further redaced to tho low Cjr
are cf ten per cen t btlow cct. llere la an opportunity for
bargaio iilJctn efffed to the publ c The rtocL. is now
retaove 1 to l! o buiM ng oppoite the Ice Ilou-e which Is
cf conrus the cot 'c- part of the city
IfJ o regret to learn that Mr. O. rarisb Io;t a Tcry
ralaable negro mnn on To--dy evening US. Ho wis
engagtd on board the ttcamer Neptune whicb had but
Just started for Homtoa bavin; scarcely reached Pelican
Inland when the accident happened. It Is supposed be
mutt have fallen orcrboa.d. while asleep I ttrtions
were made to tare tia but Loeank bifo'? Ihe boat
could gel to him sl( w as teen no more.
y Oar Houston correspondent It wilt b;seen gives
is to bo published in this city early In Auiuet next. Wc
Lad before ucJeitcod that that denomination wouid
pabllsb a paper here toon but we did not expect It eo
early as this When the Methodit paper Is alio cstab
ll-bed here (wh'cb wc rresutne will bs toon os the
present contract nitb the publishers in Houston can be
cluetd) we shall then number seven rapera la tills ci'y
e tear there ere cffirts being made by oue or tuoolL
er religious denominations to publuh ppers in tins
New Cottov. c have recived from H. M. Tumor
of Grand Cone Liberty county a sample of bis present
cotton crop. Our cample is a Mcgle branch with full
Crown boles blooms and fonts all growius together.
Mr. Tarrior Las about sixty acres of thU cotton wli'ch Is
about Cre fett high. Corn and cane is ato better In the
neighborhood of Grind Cauc and all that vicinity than
la any r rcvious year.
Kiicrrtri Citnot i Tnx Cxtnnc or CeriTfrr-
nosit. rowaas. The State Times says a Trlcnd of Cot
Pease in a recent conversation (Anted thtt there w.rc
two thitif the nxecutiro would never do uule-j Induced
by great emergencies. On bdeg asked what thos" two
things were be rcpl cd : v Calling an extra fcaton tf the
Legislature and calling out Itangtra to protect tbe froc-
Uer.n Th Times facetiously remarks that . very large pro-
porllou of tbe cirzen in the border Eettlemenla would
killed how many women violated before
deem a a great emergency' bed arnrcl requiring an
exertbeof hisCoa'titutional powers.
Kan t?Bir SiLvarrKB Gilpeesli eve. Arrived on tbo
4th of July new Ship S. Gdiernlcevc direct from the
Miip-yard of her builders Messrs. 13. GHdersleeve k Son
Portland Conn. This SflenJuI Ship Is commanded by
Capt. C Brown favorably known as former Captain of
mic of Mee-re. W m Hendley &. Coa line of Texas A.
New York packets She nnde the paage from Con-
necticut Kr-er to this port tn 21 days which at this sea-
ton of tlie year is a short pasige and speaks well for
the rlltng qialifica.Ion. Her regMer is 830 tons and
sho has been built expres-ly for the direct trade bttween
this port and Lherpool Her owners are Mesrs.J II-
BrowcrLCo New York Mess-. Sj1veter and Henry
G ldcrs1ecePothnd Cona Messrs Wm.i-J J. Hen.
ley of thU city and Captain Brown who commands her
We propoe to give n more full description of this tbu
largest vessel ever bol't for oar trade as soon as the re-
ceives her preiciit cargo which she Is now taklcg In for
7 The Glorious Fourth' was at leas obtcrved as a
general holiday throughout our city though its appro-
priate celebration was cor fined to but few ; and among
lhoc few. It Is universally admitted that the Soudiy
School children wiib their teachers numbering several
hundred) "leervo much credit for the almirahle manner
In which they performed their interesting exercises at
tbe Kjland CLapc in tbe prtsence of a large assemblage.
These exerei-e cre commenced wiib prayer and aing
log when the Rcr. Mr. Paltou red the Declaration of
Independence. After wiiicu mo cntwrenueitverett meir
addresses prepared ibr the occasion ana acquitted tuem
selves In a manner highly creditable to tkeueclrci and
Ihelr teachers. N'oone can w!tee3 the improvement
made by those children w ithout acknowledging the obli
gallon owing by our community at large and especially
by their parents to thce teachers who conltnuo to labor
In those school year after year without any other com
pensation than the consciousness of having performed an
-TheCalre-ton Artillery Company turned out In a hand
some manner anl the national salutes which they fired lo
the morning noon and night reminded as more than
anything else of th Independence Days1' of fo-iner
years. T e German Rifle Company also turned out w itb
demons trctiors of patrioliin charccteristic of that clase
of oar cltizena. The Fire Companies of the city also Joined
tn tbe celebration of the day and added much to tLe
general animation b the excillent muJc which preceded
thim as they mnrcbed through the sercral streets of the
Tbe L.a:c ?Icxlean Treat.
The Gadsden treaty Las finally been ratified bj both
Governments tbe exchange or ratifications was to lake
p'ace In W aebmgton on the 33lh. nlt. which was the
laid day provided for the exchange In the treaty IlsUf
W o to-day publish the treaty la full as It is cow the law
of the land and In which the people of Texas mut ft I
a peculiar interest from their contiguity to the new ly ac-
quired territory. Tno lino established by this treaty ap
pears to be very Irregular one bat It Is deXciltly un
derstood that it secures to the United Ststcs the very
bt route that can possibly bo found fir a railroad to
connect the I aoceans. This wo believe wa one prin-
cipal ol ject of the treaty and It must satisfy us of the
-outb that President Tierce Is really fnend'y lo the
Southern route for that great nation ccterprbc not-
wUh-tcnd ng come surmises to tbe contrary. However
public opinion cvrrywherc seems uo-v In favor of tbh
as really the oaf; practicable route.
Tho amount of territory aecutfd by tLis treaty is a
matter ol but little importance but It Is scppoed to be
about equal la extent lo the Slate of N'ew York-
Bat there Is arolhcr provision of the treaty that is
worth to onr Government several times tbe whole
amount of the tui mllhocs U be paid for It wc mean the
article in which It abrogates the eleventh article of the
treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo by which our Government
bound ltstir to protect Mexico again-tall the incur-ioos
of all tho Indians of the United States or to Indemnify
tbe citizens of Mexico for all injuries cr loues they
might suX.r fromaucb incursions.
The claims aguiust our Government arising under that
article amontit otmany million end their 11 aal settle
ment will doubtless consume many yearstf rxpeosne
negotiation. Ths utmost reduction that eat. alter all be
mtde la theso claims will doubtless still lta e a debt of
mllliens lo be paid a" indemnity. Oar Government
uevir entered Into a mors tinwis stipulation and much
credit Is due lo tbe present admmletraticn for bavicg
now procured Its abrogation. But without farther com
meuts we refer our readers lo the treaty itself
Mexicjlx Lath Titlis. Tbe Etsto Time of the 1st
lusL J ubl shci a decision of the Supreme Court dclivcr-
ei at the recent term ot Tyler which settles the princi
ple that all titles Issued by the Mexican authorities after
the decree of the consultation c!oing tho l cral coloni-
al land offices la the State of Coahuiht and Texas are
absolute niultttcs. It Is understood that there are a num-
ber of such title In existence sotrc qf which bare re-
cently been located upon. Tbe Times sayi .
Tbo statement that the Laul Office had uniformly
patented over these til It an far thn tirrnl Pnmtnla
sioLer Is conccrred. Is incorrect. He had recognised tho
.iu.ij vt Locac Tom iiuea eo tar as to rctuse to patent
Those who arc claiming lands under these void titles
outfit at once re-locate them. If bsaed afttr the 13th
November lc35they are void.
inifc.t-ao . i .
IolheU.3.Seniie.on theSiln t m-n r-.it
s-F v u ii3h. bneor steamships from
In . chtfr !SXWiV S"ica lalaods to Shanghai
Si!n.-l!.yil-iTd9li-rttB transportation of
p. lj way of smdwicli lilaodi.
;. hi;;;:TJtri:i::n;0ranmcowa i-
! lite Cotton MiiineJ on Hc Irimlrf
It i apicio-ted by -omc that the ilea that thacow -
mlwion itierclnnts vt CuIttMon haro opt-n po'tuea tf
in.un.ice to covtr the cotton Mn!"55;.!1'p(S
n the boms that have been ruuul Wc THrlly '"' J
eon Ii a't In tlie rTfr-betty . Hrtin JJ 'kJ
.ih dm cr cur c.tiztns who in -ulred about .he tnettir
Ciutlemao rote. akinir the qat&lii n and gut Ihi eialv
il uuwcrtbU arouon rt-tmll be inan.ed. I liar
Vauwstlal It farmers of tho Tnnity v-llrv are Wl
ueen fjioMsb. but lo undertake to swindle and meal from
llt-t this Uibo caw. Wi only Hale tho auspIcioM afloat
iu il.ssoction and that the equivocal answers of pirlie
InGalveMon nhobatolhe lutuns lo know have had a
lendenti to conllnn tho truih of Ihi.su-picioJ. I" 0 f'irt
II ojaht lo b kDfiivn that the guiltj purliea may bo Lei 1
ui) and unmafked bf fore aa linuredPt-Wc torccclTolhe
Rmdemiuloti that ucb ha-entss mcri.s -L'on rwutr
After reading lh a'jove several times over we bav
coiaetothecorn.Iii'.iua tliatlhced tor of thol'ioi ecr has
btn smslr acd abamefollv imposed tinou. by ome
"eitfiw nrons: for the tunai cood scu- and nniJence
t ... i i 1 1 '"uruay- i as rangeu Irom nl ty MX 10 ninety our.
ously make uch serious charges against a Urge body of u tidcr nho can blat that for-hul?
ru rlabe unchikts and that lo-J. without adducing the rcatl or cccltaues rainj ; not so much so hoa-
any proof or giving aov names. W enow on btrail cf I ever as ludamoxicrripIa the least bit proiroUig de-
oar lUifcns respectfully a-k of ibeHilor eiUer to giro I Jr' Jf ' vt wcpJl tml --
his readers .bo pruob or tuo names 1 1 our accusers Th c-i ps in this county are -pleidid In fact wo Im e
Thianethitklsbalan actorjistlce to onr merchan's -eard It wmnrkad In tn ty. th.t there rill bt- the best
They cannot be exrcUd to rejx.1 charges of this rigue
-tid Indetljllc character. Thcj wbnt lo know in wht.1
InftlBpcc' or what wsy they have beta g-iil'y or swini.
Hog and s'eatin?. W ho are Ilia piwons thai made the
inquiries and w hlch of our merchants gave tho ' equiv-
ocal answers" We shall loo for a reply Meant me
wcaay po-nivt-1 that there is net a coinuil-non mer-
ehact la tbm city who has not au open uiicy tyj ninth
hccGccisa lonnJJe icsurencc on every bah of cotto i
hipped to him. WcaNoKiy Hat wilhbuloua excep
tion there hu lifter been a lost on any property insa--
edly them which has nt been pawl withrtil drmnrcr
as soon os ths lots could be adjusted. Tlist exception Is
thelranklin Marino and I ire I uurance Company off ar-
alogaSpriogsNtw York which Issued some pcbcles this
.8.4 fpring through their Agent Capt. B. O. rayne on
which there are now suits pending for the lo"C". It Is
proper! owever to remark that that Company Is not
now dolnz aiy business here.
Mr E.I Huntn'justslhclosseBfijreory Iniurancecora-
paay doing auy business with the merchant of Gal res
loo an J has done so ever since IS IT and he informs us
thkt with the above exception every Iocs during all this
loigp-riod 1 as been promptly paid tan lh9 Pioneer
produce arty proof lo contradict this statement ? Tie
cbargCEtnadcatcofa-ciioas character. The prosperity
of oar city as wcllcs the sncccs of our merchants de-
pend almost cutlMy upoa the friendly retailors and
mutual eonniLpco between us and the planters of the
interior fc ach charges should not be Iiirhtlj made nor
without the endeticc to uj port them and acain aik
the Pioneer to produce the proofs.
The MiTcicport Knilrond.
X I) Ctdeicin theFresidcutof theickbunrSbrevc-I
port and Texas railroad has reentry publ.ihcd a report
of considerable lutcresl. It appcjrs from thl report thai
the road from 1 Icksburg to Shre. eport has been placetl
ui Icr contraa In Ihree "cctions to three contrarfing par-
tic puking fJty miles In ell und r nmiract uThe
eattern or A icksbnrg contract has been UktubyJohn B.
Ires of New Orleans at $10 0C0 a iulh ; H-e ml Idle or
Ouchlta section by J. T. Summers A. Co of Ou;h a at
49000 a n.ile ; and the Shrevcporl sectional SlOtfiO a
mile For this sum Ihe coatractora are to fatii-'h labor
and all materials cxcit i-on and spkeand complete
the rocd so ct to bti ready for tho csrs. Tlio Iron at tho
h'ghcat esli mated eot will bo about S30C0 atnile so
that the wh;lccot of the road complcls fTut wi'l
not amount oa the line to 13100 per mile which Is as fa
lorab'canexhibltasanj road iu tbo coanlry can oflVr'
The charter requires the road lo bo thus commenced at
three point but indepecJciit of Ih s imitortant adran-
tagesoronaipedasbeingtlcrebyiecurcd. lor idtaiicc.
tho section from fcbreveport to the Texas line. Is aid to
be IndlsrensaUo to Ihe success of the Fac fie Railroad
Compsny charti red by Txasmhich will continue thcauic
road through this Slate lo L. Paso. The law under
which they mul organize ff Ibev organize aL all re-
qu tes that fifty miles shall be completed wlihiu cigbucn
months from tin lime of tho contract which eouldnot
bedono un'css tho road from Red River to tho Texis
bze is Sri.t compled by which they may be able to trana-
pirllliclr matinals Mr Co'ioan expresses Ihe opin-
ion that tbo Tactile Railroad Company wiI!tlierefore all
tho ickeburg and fhrei eport Company In builJing the
section from Red Hirer to the Texas line and ha thinks
this section will be completed bj the 1st cf July 1253
and that a largo part of the crop or this Stato will thereby
immediately' find Its way to New Orlean-. Mr C al u
says this Pacific Railroad Compuny will commence ope
rations by ha 4 ih of Juy lntant Iib "anple means.1
Well l hey are of courc now at work although wc
havenotjilas- tanal that they have s-carcd the ad-
vantsriHj ofllnsl bv this State bv maklnff the renuirnl
Jl (lfr S3JiT5w."TW'ij liavti I'caruZnucI. cf rhat izR
Ktlldo bat there arc many contradictions as ro whet
they A J re donet erert able to f
Did not the Sen ntonio acd Gulf railroad Company
make as uanj and a strong promises And what has
now become of thini? We hope this New York Coin
piny may lie able to verify every p-oiuise that bas been
made. wehowccrkcow but little with certainty about
that company and that 1 UIc ! not v ell calculated to
secure public confidence If tho proinIcs made are
true there should now be some 400 or 5U0 hands al work
en this reed
nooks and Periodical
'TnE Tc-Ktsii Liinsi Its Ili'loncU Political and
Religious condition; its Manners and Customs. From
the fija-th German edition. With aBiographical Sketch
of ihe Sultan O-ner Pacha the Viceroy of Fgypt and tho
mtmbersof the Turkish Cabinet. By Ldnard Joy Mor-
ris Ia.e Lulled States Charge d'Affalres at Naples.'
rhilladclihia: Lindsay i- Blaklston. Price SO cents.
WcLaio recently received a book with ihe foregoing
tit1efromlheI'ubIlhers. Wo hive not thoroughly ex-
amined Into the merits of this work: but should jadgo ft
to be aboukofbbtory which at this particular juncture
would be sought with avl lity and perused with a keen
relish by almost all clashes of reading men anl women
In all the land.
uTiie RirrLRe or tho Mystoric Fallncies and Ab
surditie- of Spirit Rapplig Table-TurntDg and Ln-
tntnceme&L Eg a Seardicr after Truth. Illuptrjtul.
New York: II. Long t Brother 12i Nassau ttreeu
Tbe foregoing is the title of a book forwarded to cs by
the Publishers. Its title will mora satisfactorily explain
the character ef Its contents than we could at this time
inasmuch as we have cot even bestowed upon It a cur-
sory examination. W e sappoae however that it con-
tains enough of the auiMiK if not of tho instructive to
entitle ii to a pnusal at the low pr cc of 50 cents.
'SrlEITMAMrE-TATIO'SS Lxaiised AD ExrLmED
JrocE EvmokpsRefcted; or en Exposition of the In-
voluntary Powers and Instinct of tbe Human Mind
UjJoh iorjejiauihorof trbiIjfophy of Eltctrl-
cal Pocychologj " ' Immortality Triumphant etc elc
The title of this book seems lo indicate that it Is tt
work of ome merit and as it treats of a subject that is
now.and has been for some Urns past exciting a good deal
of curiosity aud oen a mora serious degree of interest.
Iu many portions of the United fctstcsatid Ihe European
Cont'neot ti e ore of the opinion that it ill bo extin-
sivelyreaO. At any rate we for one will endcator al
oir earliest coavtniencelo ghe It a careful and impar-
tial perusal nlth a view lo obtaining some light non
tber to us1tasen.tib'e jiliuiiomcaa or ioy-tt rious man
Ifebtation. Th's booi caa bo found at JM. Joaes No
De Bow's Review. Tho Juno number cf this unifHt-
penodical was received some time tinci but we have not
had lime calil now to cxnmlno Us coctonts. The number
bcloreus Is in every rsential particular fatly equal
to any of its sterling predecessors ; and lh' lo our tiimJ.
Is as high an culoglum as could bcirunottuccdupou it
W o agslu reiterate the o In Ion which we have t ten be-
fore expressed; !hatPc Eows review is untue-liona-blr
the mo-t valuable lubllcatiun to a verj large ma
jority of the people of the Sou'bcrn Sou b Weetnrn. and
Western Slates of the wcrlcin Union that con Is
found n ithia thu whole range of Amcricin periodical
The Noeto Bamsa Review. Leonard Scott A. Cos
re-publication or this sterling Quarterly Is upon our la-
bo and asu-ual is rejlete with reading matter of tbo
most substantial and interesting character.
The Loinoi QcAUTERLr Retiew Wo are a'so In
tree 1 1 of Leonard tcoll V Co's. re-publicction of tlo
April number of this justly popular standard rcriodical
The London Qjarterly is a i er'odical too ridely known
and generally ap reciatcd to nee 1 th osistauci ef or-
dinary newspaper encomiams.
Tce Medical Lxakiec Ato Movtiilv Ilrcosn or
Mepical fea5CE W e haro received the June number
of this valuable scientific publics! on cdi'cd by J L.
Hollingswonh M Dand published by Mcr. Lindsay
&. Blacklston Philadelphia.
The high character of thu period cal for ability h
fully cuEtalued by ire number now before us. Its origin-
al contributions ue of the very first order whito its Mb
liozraphlcal Notices exhibit -ouiil lcnmi nation acd an
unswenriug dvterm nation to gltc aa unqualified and
candid statement or the oplulon formed of Ihe merits of
works suljectcd to it critical ixiiulrutioii No medical
Fractiltotcr should be without this Intrinsically tneriio-
riuusiuMcaliot. MrBPERixnllicnnAi Robbert. .3 Itattul lrokt
to jviljremeLV9 clip the following from the .U iu
State Times of tbe lt Instant
A sentlemcn of respectability tells the folio leg. He
h;ard It at Marl n I alls county .
A man named ll'ack committed an atrocious murder
In Falls or McLennan couu'y. Ha escaped on foot. Iu
lhc road not t cry far from 1 ort Graham ho met Mr. Ilar
non formtrty representative rrom Harris county. He
drev a p stol on htm demanded his purse and horc
Mr. II. tol 1 him b could have them bat Ibat hstvasa
lawyer and In his saddlebags were papnrs of ImportaDco
to himself atid clients but of no ue to any one else. lie
a'temptcd lo put bis hand Into the sadJIobugs but Black
tnldbim if he did he would shoot him Instantly. Mr. liar.
rlsou was ender the nece-stty of surrendering horse and
at). Black on examining the saddlebags found a six
stooter stowed to them which bo buckled onbimaterr-
ii g that he was lorced to the set lo preserve bis own life
and went his way. Mr U hernia nimble pedestrian.
soon reached a settlement gave information of the rob-
bery raieea a parry oi men and waa quicKiy on u lacss
... t- Z .i . .. mi..:. .-.........
bad aite-npied to cro but had been prevented by the
lerrymoa who had learnt of tho mudrcr. Mr. H.'s horse
was dicovered hitched Inathlcktl: Black hadtakta
tho bottom on root. The party divided He tried to escape
by Cifht. und. was shot dead lrotatdlateiy.
Siititiiinr of TcmieH
i Vx.xk. CatT-Vo clip tbo fylldiricg par?raibs
frotutbi W era Texan of UieSJJ nlt.
Tho thermoineUr Ims rsp--d in Uio Kat of Ihe Jay
. for the Inst eiht cr ttn day. from SO to 10 degree In Ihe
I Blade 6nd in the suu from 1 10 to ISO lerday at sun
Itg0 g j Q( .
' "' the ! rn yenrj h ts ou the Lat ide of the
1 " "'pSr ? l'
Ijublul In .Iiu they ore now
310U Lots up the lull siueui l.itli
. fs "l.bi ny rtrwt have ben eol 1 Tor .j Itabi Mrett
un wtuitlonfLr prUate res' Jcjc.
coropunj cf yotnx men left Ltro u fi.w dajs tioci)
fu-the bead wan-rs f tho Ko IrV Uexantu csomo old
! Spanish siher ill ms which arc null tn be Tt-fj rit.Ii
j The mines are about f0 miles Iroai this ci.v
. j . . . .... .
ffavc )al( for lls ( . al CuUri mIl!r ai((
oiip Ifietherainlscl iririlieinby wtlght. tLtniiytus
J pre deal ia bjlh article- but i rtfir idem sep irate not
CaionEtL Cti vrT.-TiieL-JcUarK1anouofth17ih
M tc' lhc aB1 ed iteiis t f i e
Tllf. lltAttninul tn m w . flt i to T.a Trtr fnA Mim
. -"."- Vl v "' "" .? . "' . . """ v'
crops rti'c I herett is car that ever ereu Iu tho county.
i his i.ccoroirtt iu our ixrnnnac is mo cace i nroiieooui
i tho Mntc Litlrndts inij Lave ut apprth-iiioiid
Con at I pork will be rlt-nttfal and cheap. The health
tf tins coun'yrctca ca good
TIiwMtlhoII ts Frealteriari9 and Lpiscoalians have
scterallylel tar coutrrcls fur buitdmg rhurciirs The
tuaterUl Is concrete &td the work aitaiis to be ra idly
procres&lcg VII that Is uoft Iickin? lo con HtntAlrck-
hsrtacity I- thewri lojctrdfw letters t? New OiKans
conceTtiiglheboriiiKnr an arte iau cll.
Ciaxrot Cot sit U e have tio ltrowrilIe Flay of
Ihe 1 Kb ult. Tbe editor spcnUi of llic itirappoin rusnl
occasioned by the fui'ure of tho Federal Court iu that
Jadce Watmus has however been iccic1 prior of
this of dereliction (flho reponible i ties iccurobent
ttmn Mm from the repoulblo ofiice h loll He who
lands on loitering poillun should uc more clrcum-
Wo have before sta'cd that J adje Walroos ent as tir
as Corpus CMsti on bis Wiy lo Brownsvilte Lut found
tbo country I upaaVo le;ondIn consiijuerce of the
heavy ran. Ti is statement wasafterwnrds corroborated
by the Nueces Valley.
Tlie Flag of the 10ih ult has the sal joined pnra-
gnrb monglt oamva's per last etc tmer wc notice that or
Mr. U m. U. Barn the present (m-yhfor on" sister city
of Matamoras. Mr. ftarry has all tho requisites or it pol
I'ttcd and rourteotiKpimlthian. and we dinbt not ti at
the governra-nl ill fin I In him an abl and faithfiit rep-
retiilatlve GoMiLKS Curm. The Gonzales Koqulrer of tho
21.hu'l has the following items:
Stuco our lat la-rje several hetvy showers of ram
havefulen ludilTTPntpartsof ourcsnnt) wi ich bate.
I roved somewhat uVrtriicital to the ctttoicrop. Tho
ci rn crop v. i.l also suffvr some firm tho rain' but to no
. JonCF I-fri.. wlo went to CalrcstOJ a few weeks
since aler Shuttz charged with killing Grca In thl
onntv and Bstemaa aai Jell In GalrcUon county re
turred htt ptght not with Shullz however but wi h
Frank Hill who killel Jac: Guy oa Paeh Creek about
thrcojearstlnce Shuttz has been triid In Galveston lor
k Uicg Ba'emon anl fi'und entity of murder lathe first
degree. "Ihegailows uodoublwillDOW end his career.
Lavaca CortTT. Tho GoniVc" Fnqtirer or the 2Kb
Wo learn that Mr. W'al'er Ilinekly an oil aul well
knowu citizen of LmacaCoii ity was klhcd a Tew diys
ii ce by betug thrown from his hor-e and drruged some
dislnccd with his foot lodged iu the stlrrap. .
NCECEsCocvxr. TheNueccs"ialIy of tho 17th. ult.
says Judge Wvbb held a special term of court in San
Patricio cummenciii3 on the I ith ult anlconclndiugon
tho ICth 'ct bttlc bismes was lransncte-1 aevcral
bids ol Indictment for capiUl offences v. cre found by tbe
Grand Jury most or a hlch have bcn removed to Nue
ct'coontyfjr trail. Juds Webbis spo.eu or as hiving
piesided to tbe general sa'lsfac'ion of till. Soae diflicul
t.rs WLre pprt;hcod-I but all vent off qulsl'j uj act
of violence bavicg been attempted.
It -eeau f om the Nueces allc; cf the I Tib ult that
tbe reports of Indian hostilities In that tlclully wli'ibwo
haeoceasonallyceplcd ftim other pspcrs have been
icto2Ia CorxTT The Victoria Advocate of the
SI h u'L gives au enco ingln account of tho p-opact
fjr good crops In tha qtirfr of our Stato. Tho Pecan
crop Is spoken of as being unusually roTh-ing. That
paper nays :
Oar Information front all ps.ris of ths countrv iu rela-
tion to the coming pecan cron. I extremely ercournjlng
In this vicinity tbe trees arc liter!!? loaded with the
Iruit; and unless rhoio accident sb.i'1 happen i iniy
expect a targT jltld of that delicious and profi able nut
thin nehaichal for ten or twelve years
The same paper gives the following rem. ..j for weevil-
Mr. John Potlan an old Texlan farmer nho has had
much ev.rleuee Ilhcoru 'n this coanlry informs us
that he la raising homo thirty or forty acres of the Hint
variety ly Ihcsidctf about an equal quantity of Ihe
Mexican corn. TLebeed which le planted was grown
In this country and waslnkcu from a crib mixed with
the vanetr usually raicoil hcrr-. Lcti car of thl (Hut
Vtn fwaAXtrfftly onnil Hi 1(1 frCCr-"ii woVI. W III lit
lbs other wai neartveaietjtjri' "" " O " "
Mr. Follau aays that a-thoush tbo wi.ii-iie flirt
variety arc much shorter than Ihe other il Is better
earedRiil will pro-lore fully as much corn per acre and
a heavier and bet'er article. Wo hope our farmers will
Will Nehhafxa ad Kansas le Settler bt SLatE-
noLPEES Our neighbor the Time an-wcru this qas-
t'onvery muc'i to the purpose by thfuI'owing extract-
tin first from the Ann Arbor Whig and lhc next from tho
St Louis Intelligencsr. Tha Whig says:
j oung moil formerlj In our employ. In whce veraci-
ty we have all confUeiiee info-ms tuthal while at St
Louisafe days tlncc be saw a number of gangs of
slave en route fur Ncbru-fca under tbo ctargoul liieir
onners TI islatt oway Iu uLich Nebraska ard Kansas
are to be mi Iu slave territories Their continuity to the
stave Stat-s of Ml'sourl and Arkansas makes It a vi.ry
ca"y matter for slavehol lers to go with their slaves while
their remotrues from the principal points of emigrat-on
in the North t ftVrs olctacW to their speedy settlement by
Northern freemci. i jj cpitolntaieutofslaiehildtniro''-
flcers for the Itrntones will bciinmediately folhiwe Iby
tt c elcctit-a of sUreholding council lu cacIu and slavery
w II be established end regulated by territorial law. S tal-
ler sovereign! v is so fully defined and recognised that ihe
luws or tho temtorie-s cmaot be submitted toCougress
forrcvison nndaalbala-t act in ibe Nebraska tragedy
slavery ts established in Nebraska and Kanas tenhuries
beyond tha hope of eralietluu.
lathe St. I.outj Intel ligenser this e'stement of the
W big seems to Cud abundant confirmation. That i apcr
We learn from a friend who 1 as just reached tho city
from a trip throui-h tho Minouri rier countm. that
hundreds of Mi'wiuriaiis hart been raccrly awaaini thu
news of tho psi'age of the Kanas i nd NeorBka Ti JT to
rial Li'ts and that a tery largo cml4'-ation will Immedi-
ately cross over Into Kansas.
"With these TaU beforo us says the Times 'what
becomes of the almost solo objection tiuds by Southern-
ers lo this law ? W hilt It cj cannot dtvy and bate been
forced to admit that the princ fie contained is en.Ircly
correct" what will 1'iey do now wticn ft Is shown that
even alibis early diy the emigration of slue owutrs to
that territory bas beguu In earnest V
SntTT Dow t oVem. Tho San Antonio Ledger informs
us that 'the lUdroa 1 Company have closed doors J aud
fas the editor Is credibly informed) have refused (o per-
mit an examination of the books by those sent fur that
purpose b) the stock holders.
This looks rooet egregious!) like the long talked of and
far lamed "San Antonio aa J Mexican Gitir Eailroae bad.
ft last react eratiairV
"Ill's world Is all a fleeting show
Tor iMH'i t'lusion given.11
A W hcunms Jt cr. dowi o Ban BaitDr. A. Judge
of ths C-rcuit Court ia Hud-oa W isconstn lately charg-in-the
jury on aa action triel beforo bimfurth re-
covery of tho value of certain liquors cons gnedo tho
defcrdant by wham it wa proven to the satisfaction of
the court that ths brandies. Ae tiers madeef im7j
efftf. ekiiltyt used the following very strong and dccit-
rtnilmtit of the Jmtv Pure unadulteratc 1 lie or Is a
whoksome and p'caaant leverage aul as ar at tho ex-
perience o( the court extends conduces to ht-Jth and
lotii;ciiy; but a bad article cf Itqaor seu.kmcu cr
whLtis worse a drugged arlUe cnnnrt be lIeratd;
and If dealers from below will send U into thi beau'!-
ful couutr) so blessed wi'h lh n tes of tho konlgnant
Creator sjch a miserable qut'ity of I qur aalhe proor
shows this lobe In this court genLlemvnof tho Jury
thev cannot recover.
fcTariLivo 1'iTLosiBE Wetlip tho annexed para
graph from the State Time of tho 1st ics'ant
A letter Las btienrecelted in San Antonio. eivIiii in-
firU4lion ol an miciide! dc-cctit of abanlxf rubbers
from Mcilcoupoi the fcttUcw-its oa tho San Antonio
river l ney compri-n jk xicsnz inuian- ana .Americans;
nnJf om 6)toi)0. Ihe gentlemen who related tht-.-ava
tho rumur 's gtncrally crcilitcd to &iu An'oino.
ue m.0 long tmco oecn coavinccc mere were
rctifcado Mexicans and Amencccs with the Indian
In iLe comnitT of 151. Lieut Burleson do-jukI & -!
or ladians cominauded by an ArtencAo cr European
Et -n. in cm j uiuts ai c car i j iuii spreo inroUgu tlio
cha ar-rcte cu teRIoGlndfi Nisbt comnon s&Tfd
the ntKmen nd his ron ed 'rates 'rom a good thresh-
ing irom the racers A Mexican th-v bal prisnier (acd
thought they had killed when c'ose y pushed give in-
telligence of the ration tf tin coramanJT. ihcso It.-
d ans ere ScmlmW without CoubL
Annexation orCiBA. meeting was held in Arstm
on th Z-H ult. the Hon John Hancock presld ng at
which tho following preamble aud rrotutbn were
adopted unanimously. Judge Hancock took occasion lo
ssy it was not a filibuster meeting :
W iiercas Tho peep 'e of the United Stated have recelv-
cu auiuuruaiivc auu m4i(u.aui: eviuercs ot the Tact
tnat the Got ernment cf tpaia urged nod itopelled by
tained In common w 1th Spam a jealous haired for the
happtnes un I prupcnty or our Kcpublit is prepariiig
ni this niomeul to strike a last latal blor at our dear-
est interests and inttltuiloa by tho emantlptdlou of all
the "tfrlcan slavtson the I -land or Cuba therefore
KcjtotrcJ That in Ihe opinion of this nvcurjg il ta tho
Imperative duty of Ihe Government of the United Sla es
lo take prompt and Immediate steps to prevent this dan
gerous con n tarnation ly the acijiisitlou of tha 1-Iand af
C'ba "peaceably if we can fortlbly if we must.
LitE-E it Wbeelixo a Tho city council 0
W heeling have refused to grant any L-tnses Or the slo
The rummies nol sati-tlcd with Ihistrohibiimn
tncnl brought their Influtiico to bear upon tho leirlsta- 1
tnri" Thn lrf tsltilnm In nnl.. Ia .n.i r-. ? . .1
.-... . ..0 ... "urwunine
ruin powers overruled their action and (a-aered the
board to Iub licenses ; w bereupoa the boartf nnicr tne
darter peiwer tendered a license lo the SprLg House at
51000 per annum aud lo Iho McCIuro Houet for S1 WKL
I or all fiholcsalo aud retail dealers tho sun was fixed
at 85000 I p to the present time no htenses have
been Issued. Horra Tor the Wheeling city council
CXTKtiXD to Deatit We regret very much to learn
that Mr. John Oates of Green's bayou was crushed to
death bv tba accidental rolling of a tier of etw Iocs into
the San Jacinto river. Mr. Oa'es was eugaged In .re-
paring a raft when by soma means tba cbocklo- gave
way and tbo entire tier of logs pased over bis body.
W o sincerely sympathize with bis dee-it .miMn.t ....
who are among oar oldest acquaint snecs in the county
Tbe mifjr Ttoata young man was welt and favonblyt
known thronaboTit tbe county Hettston Star. J
The rottrtli of Jul.
Ouce more wc have been permitted in conmon with
oureouulrjmen everywhere to colcbrato the Fourth cf
July tna day which marks the anuiversary of Ihe great-
eel epoch ever known to lhc world. w Ibis day coia-
memorates the birth of au ora the dawbii gof a new
Liy (he conimeuccmcntof anew epoch la the hi-tory
of huuBiiity not understood by ihe world three tcntc-
rKs ago. Although every sg has preduced Its hroe3
anl i prophets men who interpreted the r own age
the work It ha I to do for the worL and the time in
whuh that work would ho accomplished-men who fore-
saw and foretold tha passing away of oil idtas jci
caught g'laipses of the UiliieJ lo cone front the dim
sbjlowi thrown before Uumi yet wb it prcphrt has ter
lorcioid wuat sarjo has ever rcdtct-d the slorlous Ihlrgs
wuicd la crowumg Iheso days promise suJi a rich har
vtEi to the ages tocome? Jim iaJecd labotluz under
the rod of opprcsl jn atid lyruiny have caught glimp-es
have spoken prepet. wo-da; but it remains for us to
feel aDd to eojoy more lhao they could have hoped fiir
1 or II ousanda of year all experience teemed lo prove
lhatde-potisn was ihe natural aod cnAVoidabto condi
lion of society. However ardent the spirit of liberty
Inplrcd by the ancient patriot an 1 however gloriuu tho
deeds jrforined to achieve that liberty still tt o djy of
opfrtsslon icmH come. Tho tyrant claiming his au-
thority as lhc git of Heaven aud Juttfyicg kj opj rr-
sion by divine "auction also ei tmed equally the ntces
sary ml r and curc of his raec.
The ejioch of which this day is the anniver-ary ac
no Jncsd lu the wurld that all men were born wkh cer
tain unalienable ngbtslife liberty and Iho pursuit of
happiness that man could an 1 oifft to go ram Inmelf
and bo rree. This was a revela'lon not anuonnced lo lie
world before aud even now net fully confided In by all.
n ho can forctcl Its results " la tho sixth century thtre
appeared a maa who also announced a revelation to tbe
wortd The words then spoken shaped the destiny of
millions let ours Is a truer revc'ation thai hi- and
arid the projliets who nuuounced It were greater aid
wter thin ho. His revelation a Ispled only to a partic
ular keahty and good only becau-c it succeeded some-
thing worse In tho snmi locality bas long unce pro-
duced Its fruits and Is now dj lag from the world. Ours
on the contrary is universal fn its wholesome applica
tion and eternal ia Its duration. It was announced for
all countries aud fur all ages to come.
He-eln then consuls (he g-andeurofour great ealadnv
What thonsbthe bell the cannon anl the patriot's song
"ound through tho length sud bieadth of a ajt country
from bill top ti hi!1 top from ocean to occau These
Indeed were small if it were all. But the day will come
when the soug cf our deliverance will echo from conti-
nent to continent and from clime to clinic Mready the
chorus Is taken np by I lie people of other climes of re-
mote countries bud our jibilec Is fat becoming tha
When lic DLcIaralioa of our Nation-.! Independence
was first read ia Indepeu lence Square It W4a railed by
tha ringing of bc'ls and with shouts of triumph. It
wsa predicted hen that these things would bo repeated
throunhout all co-nlng ages. Let tho prophecy be ful-
filled. Once a j car at hast let erery soul expand tod
every heart grow arai w lib the glowing Arc of enduring
IMucation and Temperance
The doing or the HuuUvil Conventions.
W ell what has b t-a accomplished by the ConTruliou-
Not alt that cotId linvc becu dIredwc confes jet
much InmsDy wajs and uujj thit we Iruat will in
varions respect tend to the real and permanent welfare
of the State. Up-rards of my of the most earnest ac-
tive and in'elligcnt friends of the causes represented
met au I spent -everal days iu fnenily Intcrcour-e and
c-invcrso upon subjects tf the first Importance to tho
Slate. Several able e'oqucnt anl iutcrctlng addresses
were delivered BLd subjects of great itcporUnc were
freely di-cused. The proceedings or the Convention
have bt tn ghcu lo thj public t facially and hnva dcubl-
less been read with lulere-t. Uy it n means tho causes
or education and temperance will bo kept beforo the
c - (J.
iitho TLtaperanco Coaveclioa containing deltgnles
from iarioucouatIe f-Tjrn the Colorado to Sab net Ihere
wisa universal sentiment ia favor or a sir agent pro-
hibitory liquor Uw-anah-gcuslo the Maine Llq ior Liw.
Though bat fuw "cemed to place much reliance upon the
no ftciiue'law to bo tested by role in Avsust yet It
waa gt nerallr agreed to tuilaiu the la-v os & teat of ihe
tefciterance strength of tho State. It was evident that
the Mineral sentiment of the" onvenlion has far iu ad-
vance of the re qaistt.ou3 of ILe August law. Ihe people
aro evldnlly determined to goblgbcr ia tbe scale o le-
gal prohibition as toon as"ihe Ugislatura will permi:
tLeui Without doubt Tcxaj Is dcitined soon lo lake
rank among tbe foremost or tho Slate if on tho score of
a srict It gal prohibition of the liquor trefSc
V MEMBLR OF THE CONVENTION.
Tuuoo i otTtTft has aaiu dawned upoa Dsl II
finds the & ar Sale la a most prospcrocj condition. The
prospects or lhc agriculturist weru nev er mora brilliant at
this -eason of the year. A mot abundant wheat crop his
been realized. The amount ofco ma "a wnlte largely
ovt r llmt of ODy previous y tar W heat In selhnii at one del-
tar per bushetjcora at about the eame;bat wiUle miich re-
duced as soou as the nen crop comes tit. E-ef can be pur-
chased fr3centspcround. Turk 4 to o cents. Suar
four to Dvo cents. Good co ton anl corn Uud cnu be
purthased at from me to two dollars per acre. Sugar
lands at from three lo eight. The cnuing Antumu n III
bo a favorablo period for emigratioo TLe health of the
Inhabitants of Texas Is al Ibis time uniformly good.
The- rec-ut Klucatlonal and Temperance Convcollons
have passtd off will. Tho Temperaarc Convention took
high ground In favor or a siriogcnt prohibitory liquor
law. Tho educational Convention adopted Indpent
measures fur the publication of a Journal devoted to
educational oljicts. A Temperance paper Is soon lo bo
published at Tyler. 'Tho Tresbyteriati of Texas Is to
bo iseticd at Galveston early in Augo.it.
Great lntcrc-t Is beitg maifested lu every part of tho
State ia favor of mental and moral improvement. Tho
Increased demand 'for books Is causing book store to
spring up In many of the interior towns. Tbosein the
U'ger towns and cities are greatly Increasing their tales-
All literary enterprises succeed well. More than fiity
new-papers are now pubbshed and almost every month
adds to the number.
Public all eel I n so
At a meeting of lhc citizens of Austin county at Bell-
viiio omiieeveuiiigor the 21th or Juno Ifijl. to take
Into consideration tho propriety of nominating a suitable
candidate for the ofhec of Attorney General the follow-
ing proceedings wers bad.
On motion of Z. Hnne E-q. Frank Lipscomb Esq
was caiiou to me Chair and G. B. Hatns Esq. appointed
Secretary. Tho Chairman brieity staled tho object of the
MeeUngwhereuponon motion aCammittee of IIvelo
wit: N. II. Muogcr N. Holland W. B Day.II.G.W.
Cloud BLd James Ln In were appointed by the Chair to
araii resolutions expressive of tho -"nso of tho Meeting
who having retired returned and rcnorlel tho followlm
resoldUuns through their Chalrtnan Col. Wn.S.Day
W hcrca from our long acquaintance with Hon. IL B
W allt-r of Hie county of Fort Bend and from our know
ledge and appreclailon ol Ins character as a man and
hi3qualiacationflasatawyerwe deemrhlm worthy and
well qualified for tbe office of Attorney General of the
State of Texa. Thenfore
1st. AjfndTbat we hnreay nomlnata him as a suita
ble candidite far eald ofllcc and pledge ours tires te use
all honorablo means to secure his election
2nd. Rtivtved That we recommend him lo tho cor
dial support ofoir fellow catizeus of this Stale at the
ballot box ou the first Monday in Augu-t next.
3rd. Riihtd TUttho Secretary cf ttusmecliugbo
requesled to make an I .orward copies of tbo t roceed
ius of this meeting to tha Richmond Recorder the Gal
veston News and tbe Mate Gazette for publication
I RANK" LlPaCOMU Chairman
G. B. Haixs Secretary.
Mail Matter Throws Oct or a Mail Coicn to
Mare Root for Passenoers Tho Autm State TVm's
of lhc I-t taant has tho tollowiog paragraph. Com-
The Ilounloa Mail bars aro said lobe lyirgla thorost
effleost Warhinton. Wc cannot vouch fur Ibe trnth of
this Tbe stazo driver fo rcp'y to a question demanding
why itoNrw Orlcom mail was not broach up lo this
rC.co on Monday night lat ascribed the falirotolbo
unusual number of passengers. He migbt have been
The Ataxi. GAaRtEt Suot. The Ncvlork Tnbun
or thoSJd ult. f stb
' A rrport reached this city lssl nitrht that Orr better
known as the Augel Gabriel whte preaching to th
cl'n-ns of Lawrence Masc laat cvcii&g was spot bya
man In thu crowd. Tho men was Immtdsately seized by
me m to tasen to a tree anu into uaaz niuu ue was
A Deiicate Scr-'ECT. It is now positive ly ststcd Ibat
theLmprt-ssLraKiiAof trjnet Is but ml jile-ty forbids
our saying it. If Lbs reader is curious b-i wilt th-dtte
Bulectdiscused rcundlr in the Liironeaii naters. Na
poleon U determined theemtjira shall nobv ojI ofhia
lawny tor incfx vt a irgai successor
A Steaot Diet n old ladr down East bailee
kept a hired matt onlivir nearly a mocth. raid lo him
ono day "why Joha "I -don't think 7011 bte liver.
'UH es" aald Jouu -1 lito it yery Te lor cn or sit-
lv meat but I don't think Fd likoUasn tttadv diet
The old lady cooked somothing the lor tha next meat.
How wc lAi-tlbs Stviwj ' Tho Fbradclpbla Register
havinrc closalv watched its fllo badcr. thr N'ew orfe
Tribune for somo timopasl lias got an Id at leas
minks u nas. 11 nns surronoaea nnan.a 01 use t'tniisyi-
rauia members of CoogrJfs who voted for thoNebraska
bill with gloomy black tines ltd. i utterance to a
force amount of Amlnldan Sleek. MJiilinitnt on Iho auMect
ThaRfJcLiter advises an immedjata rush of puiilsot tho
I'billlDs and I'arkcr school to tlie territories in order tu
ivotedonn the abominated slave holder. It further advises
main staves cannot 00 aepi out dv vo'iig to resort 10
the Parker motto battels and brains " fba editor must
be a motnber of the Rer () Tbe(dores church This
advica is very much liko that cfren. by the old Dutchman
cu als death-bed to his son 'Ce; ntoney; get It honeniy
Ifyoa can but fti It.'
Statistics or SmrWRKca: At H lal0 annivenary of
Ibo American Seaman's Friend Social ty In New 1 ork the
following paBxigo occur i the annna I report:
Seventy ships suty-or'e barks on J bundrrI and seven
brigs two hundred and thirty lto sc hooners and eleven
steamers in all foar hmuri uml eieblr-oue vessels
arc reported as lop u most or tbatn total wrecks. Of
Qvd ships fire barI nine bri B tltlrteen schooners and
one Bteamer tho rMr(i i9Mi.11 tn! at a certain date aad
have not beeo be.rd or since Intbetd wrecks nearly
eight hnndrvi and fiqy lives are known W have been lost
Pe!Sf?V notbave been less teo mm h-adred on
board hMrty wo it-rlr ". -
Hill Aebruk tid Han- be Iasr TTiti..rir-t
1 or "ot
The besi answer we have seen to tho above Important
quesion Is found iu tho proceidugs of son recul
public mectmirslo .Mis ouri Wo commend Ihe fo lowing
re-olutlons to tbe consideration of the especially who
have opjio-ed Ihe pasaga of the Nebraska bill. The
proceedings ire irom tho et. Loujb ltcpub'Icarjof Jaie
11 h W'eslport and ludepondence are both towns of
TLo W c-tport re-olutions are as fo'Iows
II Ing reciMljr received fotelligcn'-s of Ihe pasge cf
a bill by Ciinrei forthocreiuizailuaorthf lerriWrisof
ivan-us ani eDra k3repea!iig tho Mionrl icitricuon
and or-ining sail territory fir acltltment t-qmllr to all
lh- i eople of the Union ; and feci mr. a del p Olid Lvelv
iatensl especially In th speody occupation or our bor-
der terr tory of h amv eud tl e orpirJzslion of a aov-
erument in It and the passujteof Uwa wmih shall pro.ect
(mt9mnt4 fnim now r.wt..n . t tl. ....i.. I- !. ..
-easlon aad cryijtatnt nf their rrof-erty of wLh ever
C"nr-J"r; ana naviii rcard tbroufih the public porwrs
tbattlCVlilzatluna arc nW un foot In -umnof il ntnnlh.
. .... .).. ..i . r il .. . . V v .
tli-W terrhrnes. eXctuIvtlv with i-t-lf.ru snl ri-di-m
pnurierHith a view direct lo exclude nndde er rrom tl-e
salljitrrilorlescmnrration rrtm ILe Southern fc-tj'cs.atd
more articutarly rhve einignithn fro a Mls-ouri so I
.rkacsa and havln f.Io Ward of a recent ntleinpt of
a gang of free-oilers whhtH a mcclirg within Ih'alcr-
ntnry.aml audaciously revolved thit no slave piojitriy
thiia d bo trOJgM I ito tho same: and being ovr-elves
many of nj dturniinrj to "tek Iu Kanw oir future
homus ani to carry wlihusojr property of cvtry dea-
crlfitL n which we ttiiiik proper? aiij bemxdetern ned to
hold the simtt In pi o or by fo-ce we hereby organize
ourstlvts into a eocicy of Mionriaas Tor motaalpro-
tectu tf and
1 Retotrct That we lovite n'l wII dispo-cd citizen-
f in wherever Iheymry come but more especially our
inininii-niiii mc illTCPOIUIQg SiaiCB IO UDllO Willi
S. .erff'rr- That re w'll iljr 1 to toeh olLer; r.a uil
proteet.ou Id claiming and holdug ltuds In Kansas
terntory thot wc wj I i0t eLcroach upon the claims or
nhis o' each oilier nnr will we allow any minders to
do II e samf; lint uat 1 the country is mirvejed no elairi
sha'l bo made nearer to ary other than h;lf a roi.e s-
cunii'itoeac'is tiler & qiirterof a stciion of land.and
that we protect and defend the claim or each and every
lalivtdualof this orgau'WIon v.hlch may be B'ake-1 1 Cf
and designated by the clifnunt in good fatht acd wub
the view to acini! r-eltl meat.
3. Utiolredy That we will carry with us Into tLe new
territory of K ansas every species of property Inc'udiog
staves and that we will hold and enjoy the same; tlut wo
desire todo-o peacefully and deprecate tny nece- y 'or
resorllii lo Violence In BurporiiLrj ourja-tani Iaafll
rinhta ; vef (in no spirit of Iratetdo and with the atroug
etih for ptace ) npprAheuiivourinterftrthce with our
private acd dome-tic concern by certain organfed bSDds
who are fbe precipitated npontis. we not f all such
tbatouf rnrpose Is firm U enjoy all oar rUhl anl to
meet with tbe last arguni-nt ail who shall Iu sny way ia-
frn ge upon ihnn.
4. Pcjtvrdt ThatwerecomuieDd to oar feIlow-citZ"n
of M -sou i and Ark&iisa- rnnrw esptclally of the b"rdcr
counilcs to organise with Ihe'ocnds In vie: and 1
each anj every man wbo ree.san Ii tcrest in tho delny of
the future state of Kauar to be ou tho Licit thnt wc auy
avail onrsplvea of the greit adran age which II u conllrj-
Hy of tha n-w lrmt y ct once glvp as. In moulding the
government mid Institutions of tbe f lture stitc in accord
with thus of our own and thus guamnteo rwr tho future
a good nevghbor and a firm friend milted lo cs by Ine
bond of Intenst.
5 lUidctf ThatthMhioks of tins meeting aradup
aud aie hereby most heartily t-adcreil U all tbofo senators
ami rcprespniativcs in uorerr5wiio in Uio arduous s'rug-
gtewhebhas ro Iriumpbant y clcsed by lis pasigeof
ii b rkiiu-3 anu tHunuw om 90 ijitniuiiy anu gai army
adhered to tho cyeat prlnc pie ot popular foverelnly in
the territories and sta'es cud who by iheir cffinnativo
voles upon IV ps-oge of the bill austaincd Ihe only Irue
cuii-uiiiuuuii uuliiii l ataiiini iiih lmcni'Ti np m inn.
nresIainnu'dIngor altering iho laslitwlo is ef sla'es;
acdnholy ijelriostramentalny In lh s triumph uf pop-
ular snvcrtlgnty. will ronver endear them to the coun'ry
as haviog removed the la-t pretext for abolition In Con-grt-ss
Tho Injppenderca resolutions aro as follows '
I. JltSotvJ. Thtt we. the citizens nf Jiebrn rniinlr.
in mass nieti'ngas-embieil.dofercb) endorse re affirm
an 1 proclaim the Jus"ce and K'icy cf the action and rt-
olvea of a portion tf our fellow citlzsns who nceLt.t
couvened at We I port In this eaunty ; and that. In order
tj effectuate anl curry out Ihe 1J ct of that mcrting. to
sec ire and Riianntee tho njf'ita of soafieni emigranls
f th" territory uf Kanas thai tho chiirman or 11. s
me-liog do appoint n Comm Key e f igitence who'cdu-
ty it shall be to acquire full and re.ic.bto Inrrmation of
the tro"res of settlements in too new tprri or r Vm.
sa niidoranyinrringfment or danger cf Infringtment
uyju tiiu niin vi rouicurii irincrs ana to late proper
:ii.Uiul un iiai n-ni 1 III; .itUJt.
2. Heso'reJ That a Commiltee of ConT-iondcrre L
also appointed wbose duty It shall betocubviyitttbu
from uf an ad Jr ss all tcful mfoniiaa in eorcernic? the
Silrnnlnc. Situsllrtit. t.rrhlnrllini. t. t.t th.. ui.n.
of Kausa to Le clrcalatel anions ut zeru of our own
and other Sootht rn Plates; and-farther lo corr-'ip-md
freely by letter whhaP persons of ihoso Mates ahoniay
KciOlcrJ That wn further noat earni"lt 11 nnun
our fe ow citizens of Buchanan. PIa.tc Clay and all Ur
mr anu --. tuuuiiea 01 JWOLri to meet anl (r-
ginizsnnl lo follow up their trgimzatloniby net 011
that we msy meet end reptil tha mva tt r.mnfl-miii
which threatens lo break upon our border; and tLat we j
meaures fur rur common protection. 1
Kesotctl That we rcccorurne-d lo all oor fellow-
citlr'us who haven will lo remove to Kan-is. anl loall
ctnerswiioti'ei witniiieni acotatnoa iiilerefcl in thopro
icct.au vi tue-ir iiini auu pt pmy 10 meet in gt-HPrai
convention tt Tort Leavenworth t r some other amiable
place In tho territory and to arrage fir tueir inti'naianl
comaon protection ndaiust all IntCrfercneO with their
5. Resohtdy That as Mlssouriana anl tonthcrner
whilo wo have not during tho pendency of the rec-ct
great straggle in Congress seu proper to dihtarb their
deliberations or lo operate upoo their Imp and fears
by any outsidsinfluenee. but hvn been willimrto leave
mnB ft-... .a ir 1 ..iiu Vj uto inuas Mil f ttvurni-ii
bvlhawIsJomsadpairloti-m of Operas; r-l we have j
'felt ut .! times a Seep and x .al coiUrtt fu tl tilrf.iu'i. '
winch that bill was bved and now that by Ihe patriotic
energetic and determined support of its friends It I s
pasaeu we m me name o' ute popn sr mijcsiy or JacR-
eon county cxprehC our thanks and grat lude to every
senator antl rcpre"enlalIveloCorgrc" who ly Ms .up-
pert of ths measure aldi-d and eulained the rights of
tbopeoIocgaint the die lit inn of Congress and espe-
cially do wc apprelale as MbsotiflaTi- ihedi-tiu2nihI
sen lees of all onr Immediate representatives wlo gave
their support to thu bill and bercbr lender oar warme-t
thanks to Ihe Hun. David R. Alchlun Hon. Henry S.
f:evtr.JhnS.IlieIc.JamesG.LinJ;v. A. Y. r.imh.
John G. Miller Samurl C-rathersand Mordcca! Oliver
mr ibe'runnetiana tiie-ciivo support or tho Nebraaka-
Kunsasbill. b llesJced further Thit the proceedings be puhl'&h-
ed in alt Ihe pnper In ''-sourl and other tUtcs friendly
' Tho Repuoluaa makes the following comments on the
There Is no mitak1nx the character of these re-olatloss.
and those wbo know rta people who r ere instrumental
in paslDir then will hardly doubt that they menn pre-
cKly what ttwy say. The body of ihe people or Jackson
county are suooisniai tunny enierpnsinii men wbo
while they protect l heir own rights will not Infrlnze those
of other people. Bat ihey tare beard so much within
the tst six months of the organization of n&ocialtous in
N ew Fuland end the none-slavehol lieg 3 ale3 to invade
tbe territories of Kansas aad Nebraska and lake up alt
thegnodland; thry have been so oftto threiteued with
irruptions orGermans anl of nn It-slavery fanatics fnci
thenortaern States; they have beeu "0 01160 luldthat
come wiat mignt slavery i-uuuia never do introuateu
a ttmt l-tfitr- II at (h.r n- ii 1 rmJnAl tr mit IS.
Issuaatoneo and openly. Tbsy have as much right logo ( The Mexican Cove-Ement bav'rg on tho Stii of Feb-
upon hsLsos lemlory with thetrslavesan 1 other rroper- ruary IM. aaihonzed ttia early eintructIon if a p'-vnk
lycs any fanitlcal sou of New Ens-land and th s right
they will assert at all UlsrJi. Their rcsolutioi a arc
calm but firm and If Iho Massachusetts Emigration Asso-
ciation propo-e to cover Kansas with the claims cf their
emigrant it would be Jat as welt for them ta oV-vrve
Uieru'rsftGopieu u we.i-con coumy meetings tney
are eaily understood and no one will pretcnl that they
aro cither b-rsU or uureasonabla.
Tha territory of Ransi is destined to bo populated
rapidly as soon nstha Indian title can be extlngulhcdiir-
veya made aud land t ffii.ca opened. W e hope to soa It
settled quietly and without strife. If hon lmls of thou-
inds ol people should go there It will be alt tho better
for us. They mast get Ihtir supplies from us and wo
caa furcuh lb?m cheaper and better than any other city.
But they will have to go into Ihe country with god in
tentfons ard not with ibe design of doin a wrong al the
very start rney davo nu reason to suprot 11 tney
should be orrMiiz! Into a-sociallcns lhat c Iher se tiers
wlll pe-nait them to divest them ot any right whitevcr.-
TheJaekaon county rttumtionsput this Tact very distict-
ly before them aad it wilt save a great deal of unneces-
sary excitement in Ihe territory and out of It if Ihey wilt
quietly tako poaSSdion of tho land and cultivate il to the
bntoftheiradtantize without interfering with Ibeaf-
fjiM or the rights of their neighbers.
It Is not surprising lhat the peop'eof.MIs-ourifesl so
deep an intere-tln this matter. Thtt State bas already
suffered heavily and is con-taotly suffering fom tbe kid-
napping and under ground railroad operations of the &bo
liHooUls again-t whom the fagltive slave law affords
nothing more than a nominal protection. Should Ibosa
abo'itloDlsts once get a foot bold la IaaA9 wet and a!
joiniD? Missouri the slave property of Missouri would of
coure hecomo nearly worlhlcsF. And wLen It Is borne
jn mm 1 that the so'e object which the abolilIooMs have
lnvicw.accord.mr to their own declaratlores. I u bara
tbe Bhtrehot ler by every treans iu ihe r power we can-
not but think it high tlmo that the people of the tjaih
should make common cauo in all tho necessary measures
of e If-defence. The States which arc more remote -boutd
a-sist and encourage tboc that aro more exposed to
these incendiaries W hen a neighbor home U 00 fire
wcurc not safe. UmltEOn. erdet prQirnn. When tho
Jaws of Ibe country do not avail for our protection we
must find nieaua to protect oarsrlvos.
hAiSTTc-; An toe Fidcles. Oa board the steamer
Indians tn one or her trips da-vn tbe 31tslripp1 wcrea
larrc nu-nOer ot Rood naturtd paspnsers. The were
areking to while away the Lours according to iheir scv-
cval notions 01 pica-arc ana would lisvcgot oa very v; ell
but for one annoyance. There happened 10 ba rn board
a Hoobter from tbe Wabash who was going "dowu to
Orlean and he ha 1 provided llmself with an oti violiu
fancvfng that he coal t fiddle as well as tic Lest m-n and
planting btrosoir where he coull attract notice cnped
away. The fellow couldn't fildl anv more than a sottirg
hen and tho horrible noise dl-iurted his fellow pa--t-gers
excessively. A Frenchman of very delicate nerrrs
sod very fine musical ear was especially -nnoved. Ho
fluttrred fi ti;ettcd and swore at the " sacrc" llddlo- Tbe
pn-sensers tried vanens experimtnts to rid em-wlve-s
of the Ilooaier and his G Idle but il was no g "be ceu'd
music ha said Jut as long as d d plt-aacd At last
a big ICentuetlan sprang Trom his scat cajing I reckon
milt him placed him -elf near the amateur aud com
menced brvyiog with all hii might. The effect of tbo
move was brvood all decnplioi'. 01d Kaictack braj-
ed so loud tbat hodrnnnel me screaming or tho Cd He
and amid tha shnnl of tba pjcer vers the d -con Ctted
Hoosler retn-alftl be'ow leavtag the victory of the un-
equal contest with the Katuckian and his singular
' impromptu1 Ira tatton of Balaam's friend. Tha delight
of the rreochma knew no bounls; qatet was restored
for tho day. During the night tho Kt-n.uekUa LtlUi
boat. The next niorniox. after breakfast llo pnscnsers
were star d by tho discordant ouad or their old t r-
mentcr. TJiO Hooker bad dicocred that the ccast was
clear and he was boujJ to revenzo biaVf 00 tha p--seorers.
Loud and wore than ever -Creamed the flddh.
Thlrnchrtiaaju-t sp.ted lo read lis paper on the
first sound rose and looked anxlou'y around shrisgcd
1.1. .i...i.ii .. unit ihrn hhuntc.l. are Is hel Tare Is
lei Clueek qnetkl Mon Picul "fare is MutIcar haln-
. . .h . . wn. 1.. n .fa l.rbnc
IUCH UC IIUU W y"j v " J-- -
100ngthe many charitaVe soceties In EcgHndlia
naw one formed io London on the -tlh May laa. called
Iho Clergy provident Soclrly. Ha object Is Io enable
clenrvnien to fnmrea weekly allowance nol cceedin
Iwo guineas in lime ofnickneasor when incapsritaled
from tha discharge of their paplie duttc and for SMisllBit
the clergy! wbo-C net Incomci aro below X300 per annum.
In tho payment cf the premiums neceary for such an
A Case or Cots efC!. Tbe Secretary of tbeTrea-iirvaeknowle-dnes
thereceiit of Sli)63-i0 from Liver
pool EogiLn 1 on account of import dutic. -ent by some
person uosdowq iu lus iscparimcn.. 1
ACcHTEttut CmiiE The chime of bells la Christ
Church Philadelphia reached the hundredth year of Its
age on tho 1th In-t.
Mad Docs Five mag dogs were killed In BaLtmore
on the 2d inst.
1 John Y.Cookton an Eaglishmcn. died in Cin.fnt&tl
few df 1 ttoce t?f hyflrprtbobit
2Iterci Treat) triiti JXcic.
Thl MJcin ' Is a copy i f tho rew frra'y wi'h the Re-
pubHc of Mex'co which wts IV J bef. io the Hoiua or
Representatives en WeJncsday tha illst Itisl by lhe
I'res di nl cf ike United State"
7Vj ktreea tke CaiteJSUUt tf .Inenea ed tit .Vti
nan Het uhtic conelu fl tt t le Cify of XeiKO Dectmit r
In te nime or Al-nIshlGi.J : Tfce Uepuhlie of Mexico
and tho L m ed S'tttds uf metic deir'a3 to renove every
caasonr u sizrcrtfut wMch m uti itcr'e-elii any natc
ncrnuuiio or'icr tttj.Uf.ip aa-l ictercoure oeiween
inti..icouniries. eru pp-cai'y in rpeci to mo trili"
tim bt vhiclt shou He eslabt -Led wh it. nolw itb-tsnt'-lniwht
wiscmtnin nlintle treaty of Guialupo Hi-
dali.0. It 115 vppK tc intern elatus have Iecn urged
whic'i mUhl p te rut5lun to inctiuCj trsertous mn-
metrt . To art.Td th and ta saentheo und ru ira firmly
maintain thu pence wi ich happily nrerats bitremtbc
two Reprbhc-t the I're-'d Tit oi ih. tiiltd Stale ha fir
tMsrmri'O!" rpiMln'I Jim Gnlcil-a Luvoy. Lxtrair
dinary uml Mmlatt-r Pen pjlen ury ut the srr near
i ' "3 ''t- ' v lrrciu " " u rrrM'i'i'i ei ii-xicu.
tioaiex'cati t vernm-nani tna rrenlrtttl Mexico.
IfRcy Don I u ul Ui z do IU inlTa Cavalier Grnnd Cros
tf tl.eNil'orul rn I I) -tui.ruit.Iifd Of ir of Gjadilure.
an I Seen !;ry 1 f --lato and nl ihe OClca of Furegn Ij!a-
tiuns. atid Don Juh fiv'azir lirnirui end Gen. llaj-iaun
MierJe. as clent Cc & mmI-'onrr ioeset w.th fo.1 1
powers ur told ncttisli ia who. navinx comaamcattil
t! ir re-pcrtive roll powcrt and fiadmxthomludceanit
proper form have agrofd upon ihe articles fullowisg
Tho 3Ieicaa R-oMic 3-ces to desizuale tbe follow-
ing at hrtrua limit vl h the Inlfeit States for thefi-
tare. Rti.nmF;th3znftdiv9iin!; tire h-tweea tho two
Cal forniaa a- already d fined and eatiblitked according
lo tho otli art c e of tho treaty or Guailalup lit I .tun the
limits between thp twn rennblies shall bo asfjl.ow-
Otirlnmnj m the Gafof Mxicr three Icsgus f id
Ifltx! opposiie fie month of the Rk Grndc. as provided
In : r " H arttJe of ti trcary or Oa-uIalM-o II'Ji go
Ihenc ssJtflnrd Ij tho sail arilc'e nptiitt mid I e of
Ihnt river to ire poirt wliirn lb parx'M of 31 dez. 17
mm. tmrtj t t.tit 'o erases the same; thenco d'i wtt
ore bin dred roll a: tueno winit to the paraltd or 31
dig 2i run nnrlli I it. c da ll.rce n ai tt.e saiJfarat-
Irlr31 del C0nln.titlc Ult'i meridUi cf ! ngiluda
west or Grecnwicil ihcnco laa atrct5ht line to a point
on the Co rodn river twenty Kni-iti m lea balow Ibe
junction of tha GiIa and Colormb rives; thence np the
mi iuii t 1 ue ttti 1 river tiKiran ). cam 1. imrse-cu tuc
pre-eat line between the Un tul S'ates an 1 M xico.
Firlhe perfirmanceof ll is pctiuortbe treaty each
of the I to governments shjll nnm'naie oce cuianni-ioD
eriotne en 1 11 at oy com rmn roroeit. u.b in inn
nrm'raef. havinsr ml i.t tf-o dv of Pa-o del Norte
thr-c months alter theeTChar-eoflho ratidcaiions of
Ihistieatr n-17 proceJ t survcv ami mark out itHn
tho I-n 1 ihe divld pz line stipu'ated by th s artle'e wl ere
II shall not have ctreaflv been sarveved anl establ -hetl
by tlio mised commsicn sccoretinj tt the treaty of
dnaaa epe keeping 3. jcu nai an 1 maamg proper piars
of their opera.Ioa. Jor this pi rpo?. if they hca'd
ju tgo tt nectary lhc cortrsetfu pavie-; shall he at lib-
erty eacn tn uniiu to its repe:tivo commht-i rer s-intiild
vr olberaS5itarls mkIi as atrooomrrs and sarveyorr
who-eeoi cirtcncsha1 mt bo considered nece-ary f r
the rc'tlemcnt aid nt fcatioi or a true Hn of d. vision
between tr-e two rprac That lmesh'tl ly?aIonee-
tabl nhcd upon whicn tha commissi nne-s may fix iLelr
corsertIi thlspsr Icc'ar. being conrdered decisive and
an In'gral part of tins treaty without neees.ly of ul-
terior rstitlcatlon nr aiprnraf. ard wilt nut room for In-
iTpreiaiion ot any ddh oy em cr ci ine pan is coarac-
tlii:r Thedtvi'iul'-ethnse Ublishf IfhJloa:i Um
fcei'aithrnil re peitl by lh1 two civrmruen' wpboul
any variation Ibercia. uale-s of the express a id Irre
con-'ento tho two. ffrven ia coifimity to tho principle
in tun nvoi cmon anu in accorian-e who iiiccon-
STatut'oaoT esc c entry rerpective'y
In conrii-n&-.thast pulation In the 5th article of tre
treaty of Gua 'aVpi upon Ibe biandry therein decribed
is no longer of any force wherein it may cnntl ci with that
hero established the sid lino being coii.tdernl annulteil
and abol Vlwherever It tnsy rtotromci !fl with II 0 pre
sent an 1 In the manner remaining la frt'I force where lo
accordance with the same
The Government of Mexico hereby releases the United
Mule tium ell Iiab I lyuo nccoint 01 tho obligations coa-
lalnod In I'm eleventh ertlclaor the treaty f Giiadatepa
II di2-. anl the said article and the tiirT-thlnI arlrcte
or the treaty nfamPy. co rriie-co an J navigation bMwccn
tho United Stit 9 or America anl tLe UtiH'I J'cTscan
Stitrs concluded at ilfx'co on Us Gftb day of Apr.'
Iu coniJera'ioa of the wiesoioa stioal.tlos". the
Gfivcrniuput of tt e Lmted States aones f pay to the
Covcrnnint or 3Ictcj In the city or Net 1 oik Iho -uat
ot ten mi 'it rs or tlo'l-'rs of oh Ich seven millions 5'1-iH
ha paid ImnifUi ttely npea t'10 cxc'iarso cf thcratd-a-lions
or thu tr.atr ar.d Le rcmaiaicv ihreo nilliuns a
soon as tho Itouidary lice bh-vll bo satvtyed markcJ
iai cs atjiitniM.
ARncLE IV. k
ThfnroI Ions or the sitih and -cverith articles of the
treaty of Guadatotipa UMilgik I av n;t bCra rendered nt.-
zttorr f rlha mo-llKrtbv thacil a of lerr'terv Tant
i al 'a Iht dnt a-li'l of thl treaty tV Sai I flrt.cVj art
hereby sanafi ana annulled ora Hit- provionaa
lercln txp M nb'litiiieJ Iherefer. Tt v-ct -jl
clt'rsrs of tho Uniltd C'ates hall lo all t m bava f ee
and uninterrupted jib-1 aao throah ti o t.ulf orCa ffjr-
n'ato aca iruoi iiivir podseMucs snuaicu n r.i ct m
lounlary lire oftbotwocoantrifti: it ii - orwWatfl'Hl
tlutthisprrs'i? Is lo be by rivlgatingtlitOiiK: or 'i
fira'a anl tha rivrr Colorado and nolby laLd wnt it
th- cvpro's eon-pttof Un 'lex co Covernmpnt; -4 1
precisely Ho aiepnv1 fy si-pi'ttion And rclr c-
t'oas in aTI rh-pccL artl ereby os-eed upon andcdoji-
tt en 1 shall bo ctU'u!ouy ubi rvI anden'orcitl by
tho two Uovc'Pine iU. in refrenfc It tho tlio Colorado
so Tar ao.1 ior such distaars as Ihi runt 'Ip of fiat river !-
mn la tho bou i-lary lino by the url article of tl ta treaty
Tha soveral p-viinm t ipaLtions.au J rcsl-lclii ns con-
tained In lhnsestu h articls of iftelreivy (f GualVuupa
Ilidalirif shall rtrs-'ta i rorcxoolv so far as regards the
Ri 1 Lravo del Nort. Imltiw Ihe in (lal of Iho eai I boon-
lUry p-eldwl iott-C first artlcM (r lh. Ireaty : that lilr
aay bli lha iulerecimiiofth3It deif -JT rata Zn
... n-rlr-I itT t-ltUtt fn cik tlin Iw.i.n.ltv )ln. AolahTi.h
ed bv Ihe lite Ivitv divid ucs-vid nvrr fnn It mouih
u-odi a'.tfWi-i t tS. flith article of' U Imk.t .
AH lb r'oviiensof lh eighth end ninth ixteentb
aud &evcn!ceiir wticles of tha treaty of Gutililonpe lli-Ulosh-ill
nrp'y totba terrib ry ce-Ieil by tha Mexican
ttetiuL icln the first articlm.f ihe nrepTit t-catr. ami ti
ail Ihe righ'a f prons an I p-op-rty tub clv'l aivl ec-
cia-ucii wiiniu iiiosamr. asiaiy aim aseiicticai y a
Iftha sa'd articles weie her. n agnia reci cJ atd set
No grants of land wuhin the territory celled by the
fjrtarticlit oftl I treaty btoring da'esutoefjarnt to I he
tw i.t? fifih dav of i-t p'p-vber whPit th? Mini-ler aad
sub-eriber to I hi treaty n tLe part or tha UnittlSta s
prorn-u intoeiiovprnnent 01 aictico in lermmaTeili
qietlun T boiirxltry. wnl ba eo&sllered va'IJ or be
recognized hy the La te I Mate or will any grants made
prev'ifisly be respected or 1 e can tiered a- ubhtralory
which beve z t been located aad duly recoiled la tbe
archives of Mexico.
Should there at any rcture p-rio'l (which God forbid )
Occur any dia;rt omenta betwet-n the two naLlon. which
mijhtlejdtoa raptare of their relations and redpn at
peace they b nd ihemsulvra 1 1 1 ke rainner ta pmcurr by
every pOJ'iblo method the aJj tjtmeut orrery difference;
and shiuhl they still in thu manner not succeed never
will ihey proceed to a ds cbiration ef war without having
previously pild at.enUit to what his ben set f rth In
articla twenty one of ths treaty of Caidaloupe for similar
cae. which sttiele as wi 1 as the twenty second Lj here
antrailruad across llolsi'irauscf Tehauntepec acd lo
eeare the stable bontfiis 1 f said transit-way to ths per-
oiitond mrclaadie of the citizens of Mex'co and tho
United cUte it is stipulatel that neither Government
will Irterpoe any obtccIe tn the tranit of persons and
nicrciian Jie OI ixhh nitiuiu mu n.uu times mi. oiifr-
cr charges be made oa tbu iransil or perons and propcr-
tV of dttz-BS ibe Uiiiteil States than may be made on the
perou and property or other fo'eign wllons ; nrr sball
any Ialere?l in aild transit wiy nor fn the proceeds
therpiif. ba Iransterred to aey foreirm Covernment.
Tha C mttd stales by Us cgenl shall have the rlzit
tu Irani purl across the Mb mm. In co-ad bias the mail
if tl e United States not tatended f r dls'ribution along
the line of cuiraunica'Ion; aUo. tSeiffrct of tho Uni-
ted Stales Government and its citzns. which may be In-
tended for transit and nol for di-tribatton on tto Islh-
tnosrfreiii CO torn nfao or uiner coarse) ujine .'jax
. lean (.ovcrnmeiit. Aeuu. papons nor mien 01 sceu-
! my wi'J Da require 01 person c-uain j . dwuui aau
.ni nirni inn ii it ia coan'rv.
hen the construction of Ibe rail-oad shall be enm-
phjted Ihe Mexican Lovcrament azrees tn open a po-t or
entry. In adJ tinn io Ihe pert tf teraCrnz at or near
i . in f baM mnil tin th. (!n I tT i!rvfriL
..."-' ... .n ..I.. .n . W.nmm.-i. r I
the cramp: trausit cf troops and nun tlons of the Loited
u-m. which tbat Government may Lava occvion lo
sen 1 trout one part of lis territory tn another lying on
oppoDita sines 01 iuc uiuivut.
The jlexia Goveraramt having agreed to protect
with Us whole jtower the prosecution. prewrva'Ion aad
ecuniy of Iho "Oit. iha Un ted Sia.es may extend It-
proUctiouasitshaIIjaLo wise lo tlwhen itinayfctt
sanctitnedan-lwajranlcdby the pub'ielor Inisramonal
ThiS treaty I ill bo ralI3 d an I the respcctive'ntttlca-
loiis shall b exebarged at Ihe city of Wabiuiuu. wlih-
' f the exact ieiiouo-.x oi.s .roai ...a uottf .. .a
' s'oatureoreooner u puvnu
1 rHtlmu-ir whercct. xti. the pleolrclcctiar c or the
coil rae'iiUp titles havj hert-nnt fixed our hands aad
seals at Mt-xico the th r' 'lh (TJtb) day ot December lu
ibe year or our Lord ni iLtju-and einht hundred and
fily three In the Ih'rty third year i f Ihe independence
of the Mexican republic aud lL0 5t.Tcnty-ciB't;th of that
of the Unlte-d "late. "
i jlt-3t. ii-.Ji?i il ai
".t iiM.LI.IIPZ ro:ir 4. Iu I
JOLSil- 111 sI.AKRU.tr ft 9
J. 31 llil.ti-' ?iej 1 lii'u l s..
r-- ti.- 1 n.t 1 I t;iOjlb"iUV3"id rwmsand examttea ofttlwclfar--General
Samutl I outon did . ot .erT derfncLon. loe.LP .tK ii- iZZZ. .il
Hocsxot Ato Bemos.
as tho hnner tae other dav to send us word by a coop e
or our citizens who met tto beta in xexas iua 11 1 c cai
his wavouiui r. au rmiu '""s-c J"u I-"" . "
Vdvcrtiser and Gaz-ttaIite dos- Doubtless tho o'd
iraiUr-ould Iiketohoig all thcedilors lolhewuntry
1 ke doira ctcept the beauty or Iht New otk TrlbJce
and other abohtton cdif-r who br-pa l-r tba o'd cow-
ard with tbo raot ruIo n praise .inco he Inrned tea back
on the So ith. Thefaetlsodanl has b-pj acting like
a'-eerfcr er ever tin ohlsma.ert."n Jici-ou lied.
As I01-I m Old Hickory b-'J his eye over tim lb- i
duett hern or &JU Jacmlo was kei l stral.Lt ; as trtishl
as a vlc'ons man caa be kcfl by a -.irtfeits one bluce
tho melaoclK lj evetato-oalutedto oovi.vrht La
been trying Io set e for I imael. iniplousty ca l his
pTca Uwaru Ihe W Lite House and ellm-r iiim-e't t ' 0
lUhtlon'a's who are ever reaJy to p ek up the broken
down debauchee o' the uu b and makes a'mtst a-
mai.h ad j over them as over ire negroes they tea! from
us lie la 1 ow in the arms nf lh-e who once cxb wstM
all thn duly terms of cur lanoago to charictcne hie
Imraoial an I ra-cally c'iaracer j'j-l as old Benlen is In
I.IAhfavor wilhlho-ewhoforibiny years atcu-xdhim
0A Truly I. mc makes u- aqua ntl with
tranrjebed 'flow aai extreme meet bit o!J S10
till never liavo the f'easare cr making a rfpe meet
Mnml nnr necks aorwiH wace--etr lanhb m ltroo2b
our ootumosaia tra.tor a I Strtj pirns of ott-er pot tit
iau. Hals fi.l't hang dogs; ha should rtorer cslre to
hips aajthins; cli. except hira-e'f Cy Ihe way we
have ac'isptcr in tne men ucusior notcoutaioeu in
Ibatby C. Utwerdslater atdjet UBwrllten. wh ch wr
will supply if he serda o any mere cf his impertinent
EicMaiCS. .Vf gftirryJ rff p.
IIevltu or Cities Tha fo'lowlng statcmeiit eam
prijes th deaths In -oraeof the Ulan Ic clleafortho
week enit i; June 1 and the r rropcrtl-n lo thepopula-
Dcaths. T 'puiii oa. I'rowrti n.
c-J ra-M 1 m I.tTJ
New A ork
1 In 1I
1 In l.'-i.T
I In 1-17
1 In r)
Whites 1 ; Black anl Coloured IC.
Kotici Wberas Patrick Oloinor late'y Iff. bli
lodgings.thlslslo give notice tint IT he oe mt re-
turn Immediately and pay write same he wdl be ad-
AtoTBER Death raoi HinacrnoBtA man res ding
IaCovIa(rtonKynamI Joha WeUb. wis bitten by a
do- about six weeks since bnt not eeppcanj tie ai imal
to bo rabid he pJI tut l ula attention to Ihi wnnd
wh ch soon healed np Oa the fi.h Inst he wasn tack-
ed with hydro-hobU and died the M-l tB?:fJS"W
Atlijr don't JLailies learn lo Cook.
Among Ihe comrncnlhlrgs lothc teacLIrg of which
pubt'e aitmtion I- now so -tronsiv dire. twt. ii H in bo
hi pwlthal the art or ccokrry or.e of the eomm.net.
arrlyelaparenty one of tha most neglected of a.1
will not Lo forgotten Tha lastrucllno of the female
peaau ry in tLu useful art woul t baa advantageous to
Ihem'elves when tnsniej and settled oi their own
hearths as lu the fsmilirs of tha nikIJicclaEsIit Hcb.
befoto marringo they officiate as doroest e wrvants. Emi-
gration and abundacce of employment bv given to the
nantsat homethe opferbaivl as completely as If they
vrs ta Au t-atia. Oo all Bid- we Tieir comptaioU f
theCiinciqy of fiiMiog. aidr retamuj; when fced 3
cook who can roa-talej of mutt in. and make baiter
E adding or pea soup. In poiat of (act. we hare heard if
.dies who hive it in serious coat jro plat ion todlsprn-a
wi h Mrvaots altogether as tbo 1eat lruahteom at er-
native. W'thout wiibicg matters carried q-nteso'ar.
wo aro convinced that many of our fair fnenda wind
loseirsthinj. eirher iu point of re-pecUbility or Lapp
nea whl e Lhey coald add at !eat o ic-lhird tu tho (fie -live
incemes cf their huahandj If tbey w-re lo nem. a
Ii tl mo-e ttmo 1 1 Iheir kitchens superintending: thopn-
pirat 01 or ILe fain ly dinner iasteal ef conltnitrg
them Ires with order 2il'riadeedlheycoadeKcrTed
In dn eveu tha. Soaie forty years back Iwlie were
J.irt-u tn .hocmaklo: as a fabionabto way or k ug
t mc. W by 1 ot try a Lit o cookinc-? Thanks in th?
modern stoves wiJi thur nleely arrarged skillets and
stewt ans. which tcence and skill bava sab-tiiatt-i for
the bluing kitchen Lcur.h of other days joanz ladies rf
Ihe nice'eecth century ja t posing Its prime may rwi k
wlthontsoil rn thetr Sneers or injjrtngeireomptevior
U era it not so wewoutlnct recommend them to coet.
Wc would rather live on bread aad cheese all our live.
It will lv) said perhop5 tbat our notions witbrgaid
lofLma:eeIccalion and emp'oyment arelooanllqialed
that In Uc-e matters as In everylhinrf etse a ire et a
has dawucd. and the so id course of Instruction now in n
IncclIegtsfitrIaJ.es w.Jt be triumnhantly appealed le.
Ladies however who ro'H'fls tbeo solid acquirements
who like L&Jy Jauo Grey perfer Tlato to a picnic
will bo least likely to tiei-tct the peocomy of tha kitch-
en They will tborc-ui-bty nrrler-tand t&o d'gntry of nr
emp'oyiaeat anil call to mind all the poetry or rot kinjr-
To say m thing of the dinner which M Iron deac-ibra Ltb
as preparing whea on hosp'tabie tlnuh Intern."
there ero tbe Horaene banquet at which kings Iiti ral'y
- killed U.eir own ni"a aad at which queec nd pria-crs-ei
turned the pit for fie roastlug or drew the water
acd chopped wood t r the boiling. Cook'ni is cUMlea'
and no truly will t'Ldua to take part lu tt who has read
of these frosts In tha original Greek. Let it be obrrrd
tint ills tho inidd'o and workia? cUshcs on whom wa
wi U to urge the i-nporlaoee or the study. An earls
dan jLler cun efford to ba so Ignorant of common thfn
as net to 'to able to recogalzo chickens In a poultry yard
because tLty du not run about with a liver under one
winir aril a zzard under the other though our mmlern
real ry shows. It mtut be ctfLfwe-I have done much tn
dissiapata this error. A knowledge however or tha a-t
of cookh g is or inoro Importance to Ihe wives of ibo
laboring Deputation than to tho-e X tha middle elates
becauM it Is the art whea properly cuIUratedof nmiirff
a lit.te go a great way. French army can suImbi In a
courtry where aa Fngliali orto would siarve and chUfly
ft r th's reason a Irtueh soldier can cooiv Mark iaaa
Zsce-'Eivk re-tTENEss- Call'orola poet gives tha
following Ie---noupe!ilei.fc to the javeodes of the go Id
' Ictlced my friend- far better it would seem
W era you to chooso tbo other great extreme-
Like otic down east who an umbrella look.
And from the rain gave shelter toa duck ;
Who loa ImpfngdogoncelcnthUarm
And to a sil ing hen sai I doni rise ma'am
Nnr t n to breless itinigs rcpect did lack
Said atwaya to a caa r exease my back.
Excrue my carIos.ty ha said to bouk.
ADd to laa looking glass 'excuse ray locki.
erd n.que marble ur strpntine quarries exist at
wSF?' iZ"aatf whfcIll-n'pa' hascommenced
green Mdwnitrronara f lt tt0M "n PurP1'
Amutw-1 ! STMriTtrr-Wa hare already stated that
i -1 h taTU13 Io ehrPB tbB fo-JitiT Burn
W. -ft'! Uoa "u' f money to proenre a good
sail . tf cteheir breastpin hat boots ctcnd someTMO
pocket mouny. with which Cams was applied tM-foro his
uppanu-e. but it rem Jos r v as now iJltue the extsDl
of -he sjoitby of Lis abolition frt-nJ. In tbQ samecaose;
ticy too ltfcrus;o!JcIoth.s. had thvtu mended aad cfuir
ei.aLiritarne-d:-i;jfit nmt. """
Tire Fimt Man The Geopraphiad Society of Tans
has bestowed IU gold medal ua Caxth the Afncaa trav-
elier the 3rt wh a visnor t T mrjC 00. 'r'CM ir3T
pREAcntxo -joTfaunrABLBMUiiifc Nine clergymen
s-adr.P3rUeveiat.d huvurectuUy aboiidoneo thju-
1 1 one haj Income a ctri tu tho Caiul Unw.-.in.un-
oiw kep& a railrval depot ; one m.Ii drr eu.Jii t r..a!
-Hira.. aiwihcrdfuls ia bonueta tMktiB.ee-
v t V . U a ' 5- -ewxoranI
New Kytajd th mix prcdchins wiih pouticr. and
vri"K!5H VD i'"?2tw-Tho ed'tor cf tho
"-"' "i'.s.vioi-jn. ail-ca of eryiiM-LM-
?ELV? I""orhtr " fearfoily swollen. Ihe eye
t ?? . lb PZ? '- Ia craaberrlei pna:i-
the cli-easo remained.
A Vorttexv Mxn cr Trie Rtarn fcrawt-We fiod
in a lato BaXwor Sun ttc fuwln not ce of aseech
drivtrt.I iu tho Hocnoa the Iih iost by tbo Hon. Mr
-Tila moraine Mr. rcDonaltLof Maine coarmence..
opeaij.3 h baaerW on free-soUsm aWblri:
cal .i.tcrfcrcLco itti pohucs. Ilia attaekmbJrf 1.
aarrako Mar-Ul McUo'd on the mofBinJK WlH
Y ?Vam.Tht "c:t w'rlessn
tad did much honor lo hi euiip.. -. rf ... . .T !
coosmuhon 3ad Ue Loioa. Mr. a.cDonaJ.1 deoudtha
n-;htorthoU-gialU-9 t.insfnicthira nf tchad laiT. !?
iiarior-t court-niion and by a bold and ekt.lfal manteaser
uU:Ite..mccon.iWaiho corrtjponJent 0fUSini
ra .IJlnaipecl. deli.; J wl55. ."I
U siro to bo asl tco-t J OJ r tJ bill. iT
Tbo BMoa Gra-itrj oa lb. rulti)tl 0t Ibi nrw.
n.ib Iloa lht II i.brt . u "r5. 'hre "'?"
Kim got btyood tbe control tf bt. bev!?i k. T .
rfau-.j ..jars! 1.0 mm bo h be iaSn.. Tb
Aiomn EoiTot IJcib -Mr. Juba B Sonrw Mie.
VZl'iS'J"'1'- U""S """SC'r. dS'Sc";
In Itat ell. re.dij. BiDCT. II. wi. a ruii..r
K5Ltclj..aa (i.rni.rlj editor ec lb. Bdala llmM.
r.MlRn.t. SrtiD. Tbo iteamer QMtn of tb. w..t
SESTfi gg"""' - s-ST.Sg
travel In a few days. A caiabratwa la rropoacJ? f
MruEB tt TEX.is--The pspers of tha Siate ars neartr
all commenting on the alanamg frequency of murder In-
dffrent parts of the Stat and all eeem t admit that
the increase of this crime U more than In proport'on to
the Increase or popnlaUon. The Clalron of Lockh-rt
Eight or ten menhavo b-en kuled wiih'ia on. fcaudred
miles uf lhi place durieg the short space or three mon.h7
W by Is it so t Simrly because tno iaw I out enforced :
jtt.-tice ts not meted out; these offences escape the purw
nLmeot they deserve aoJsojDg as this Is tha ca. aa
long will caVnces Increase in number and atrocity a
lew examph-s ol hemp-pulling or perpetual Incarcerauon.
wo opine wou'd chaago things iu this re peel.
Prrc or Mao Hoai. n E.tjlih lnum.i...ii.i .
uU fcJXOU h bc?n usiat ' aiiy years and with p-rfect
'uie rcmejy fr u blte of n4d dMW.
aeacy of which "ha has rescued many fellow hem ct and
cattle from the ftsrfat death of hjdrophobia. Tha
remcJy Is to wash the wouad Immediately with winri
vinegar and tepid wale- dry it and thenar ply ofcw
drops of muriatic acid which will de!roy the Poison ot
tho saliva or neutralize it aad tha cur In effected.
The New Ycr Times aad Tribune of the I5.h make a
mu'laneous as-aolt on Ibe Pjcifk; Railroad Ctmeaav tt
h!chl.J.Wa.kerlstbehead- Ills said tbat lie fn-
baseood Times folkaro kaeadeepin ths stock of a ri-
val coiccrnlo le located somewheia this side of the
North Pole. This accounts for their duUe t.f ia tt(r
The Society cr aits Slanorac'rirrs and CoraraeTeeToV
w'lieh Prince Albert U PreiJen hive Cetrtm nel to
ho 1 ta tbai c'ty. eommenc'ng on iho 0ih .a-taot an ex-
hibition Ulasuatlve of the state of popular education la
tc vattoas civilized countries cf the wort L. Cba-Ie 1
clnnsbary. L q formerly tf WasfcJrgtnbatiio-f rsid"
ipgtn London writes to thoXatlonal Inteltlirencer that
ho bas been appea'e I'othea'dlacarrylazoattr-B 4mr-
i caa per Hen of tbo eth'bltion. Ho further says
I fTLe rxhlllton will embrace -Ian tnl '. .p
parajnjdiagrii-i.saps-c-.tiedin imparting' fnslrne-
IiontutheyoT g. Along with these the society will be
glndlo redetve wriUea memoirs np.n tha cemmna
echoolsjsteiauroureounry.iu moral social and rv'itl-
eal re-mis toucher w.lb Jpcrirllcna of any new and
successful m"tnoJs cf theacHn;
Jl-.i-tanoarycu rs 10 act gnuaitfjasiy asthes-rtof
Anencttn con'tibufors. Spact will bo reervsd for date-
n..aa coat rib Jlions provi IrJ co:ic of the r tra&tu siort
r-aihcs Loa Jen boforo tho day cf cpeo'ntr. Anange-
ments will a" oho innd- for th" piyunl of the cean
carriage of tha articles which rausi ba accomptaied by a
descitptive luvcica an 1 a Iet;r or (u-trueLODS as to their
d j petition at the close of th exfclb tltn.
ASahiuoSeiatz. The Baltimore Patriot has tha
W tul 1 it not be beUer lo employ enr repre-entaUvefi
utioa a salary than aprlin al'jwnee;as It I they
are under an oblation to Bnd eoaiethlDr to d m oj to
cemtuta ihctr pay. If tLey rtxsircd awo io solid. they
would eflcunoruie Iher time anl Uwxuea InrlerKl of
wcarviDS tho public patience by endless discussion-.
The St nate ukei 3 reces nnd a deciMn that the p vr of
mcmbt-rswhlcoatinac. Tho pay of sorre or them fcs bc-
c mia; unite snLwIiicemeat.takelheexamLla of Texas
PrdieVfer 3b3 d at -SilK0. btaitoatfj. say
K9 M leagc say SiS""- A total of mere lian 15.CCV.
Utus maia a barjram wit these genUemen to leilalala
by the Jib ami n1 ihem-e'vey-
The A'spwicn i-isp ax-sbxatiox Letters -.
ccivcd by tbo Sta.e J partmetil at W a.hfcgton rrin t7
C.Wl'r who hs been manv jeais Hsawatiaa MIcist r
uf Forego fTiir. expre-9 tho ccnvlctlon thatacnext-
Uon of the Sandwich Islands to the tailed State axan t
which Le had fought io long. Is now certainly to be 1 c-conu-li-bed
scon ; and ha proposes in consequence to
rcl&rn lo Scotland the land of his nativity arf I r-Ihi-
It la rated may be looked upon as tie rer ova if
th Ul senooj obracto to an annexation ties 7 a its He
Pi State or Moeals. TLcw rlesiarv Umaxes
the fu'Iowicg melancho'y coo'eis en of the ccnLt on of
alai sla Ibat city:
Al'hough tho murileri In Xew Orl-ans will aTsrrce I
in every twelve hours tab (the conviction of IraiK
Smith fr the mnrder or his wife) Is ibo scoJ o -tioa
without qualification for elgU years! Thetew a
Taal; somewhere and It should beremedted '?;
murJers assassination! OhL. dronlr.:. aad 11
deid" ihonldlead to somo ende aro 1 F" ?' V?" '?
1. 1. 1. k.i ..r..nt wLtrof mu-der nere no.
to Bton Koiizo for lnn oC jar. " f" .c5
ill hi ipintJ.rJ. bal bti o rtuon to .oppot. II it i.
Zm Jo-Vc.oot M tuTmmtM m V '
J. ibtaIienlJiiJloraUi-""ln':""tc' t
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