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date (1855-01-10) newspaper_issue THE WEEKLY 

J. It. JOHI^^SU.-V, AiHOi-latc I'^dltor. 

iN'OBliE, Edltora ana Prvprletora . 


VOL, Dl 

NO 45. 


Piibliwiied every WcdncodBy, 

r-rfDKR THK riRM or 


UTf'A.lveillelDs oue lo twclte llnM, llr«i Inierlioo 
• l.each coiitiDuanoe, 50cenlp. ... 

irT'Orders by mail iniul b« hoc .rapoiilfU wllb Iho 
m»ney or snisfai lory referente. ^ ^ . , _. , 

T^The Weekly Tlin«« id on« of the bfBl ndTertuliiK 
fnedlniDi In the country^ _ 

Ageuts{or tlio TlmeB. 

beOAN CocxTT.— W.M.Thom*!.. 
PRAHKroRr.— J. W. Tale. 
Dahvilli. ■ B. R- Bolllns. 
Oa.'IP»ei.l«vili.«.Rv. -ThomRsJ»rbo». 
VA!iDY«'«.Mitii,K.». -V. M. StralUD.: 
WooDi!CR! ,Kv.-S. B. 0»lne«. 
KiYiiiLP. Graviuco., Rv -a. K. Boon. 
Or!icA»,Mi:»ciRco..KT.-A.B. VoorhlM. 
Glencoe. Kt.-P. O. Turpln, P. M. 
PRRRYvitLE, Bovi.t CO., Kv.— J. A. Bufton. 
Lacomia, Dmha l o., ARK.-JBme» M. Cwej. 

FRA!»KLIK,.l01IN9OIiro.,lND.— J. F. Pfgg*. 

Princiton, Kv.— Dr. W. N. (falther. 
ViRsAiLlEf, l.iD.— Charles N. Shook. 
WmcHisTER, Kt.— John CatherwooH. 
LocEpoRT.K- '"hn I. 'v^. ,mil. 
KewCaiti.k, - -li.ii. Allen. 
CAMPDEii.sBrRO. Kv.— Df. Yaeger. 
F«AyKLi»TOH. Kv.— Hugh Oreen. 
Port Rotal, Kv.-A. B. Hawkins. 
HiMBRiwaviLLE. Ky. -B. P. Tanner. 
Kiion, Ky.— Esquire Winburii. 
Mr. VrR.ioii, Ky. -Jonathan Newriira. 
VuBRA, l»n.-J. N. Poarcc. 

MacKcviLi-E, Washikotom * o.— Wm. A. Grtnatead. 
Lewiston, ItL.— Henry B. Kvan«. 
St. Atoustihe. Ii.i..— Isaac F. Babblll. 
EVAII5V1I.1.E, Ia. -William H. Walker. 
PrLAHOKl'i.HH. I.VD.— Capl. Will. H. Hosc.i. 

WEDNESDAY:::::::::t:::::JANUAKY 3, 1855. 

A New Ykar. — Do not be frightened 
dear reader, we arc not about to inflict 
on you a new years* sermon, about th - 
"flight of time." The joys of the p^st 
year, the hopes for the present, and all 
that sort of thing, which you know just 
«8 much about ;»s we do. Wr could 
moralize on the old fellow th^ has just 
left us, but we consider ail such newspa- 
per lucubrations as bores, and never road 
them ourself, and have uo right to be 
lieve others wish (o. All we have to say 
about the old year is, that he was a dried 
up old concern, but he now sleeps with 
his fathers, and whatever his faults were, 
we are bound to forget them and remem- 
ber his virtues only. 

The holidays are over likewise, for 
which we trust, we are duly thankful.— 
Of all the bores that tJie old Tyrant cus- 
tom li'ts seen proper lo visit upon the 
heads of civilized beings, we regard the 
holidays as thu chiefesl among ten thou- 
sand. We can now walk the streets 
without the fear of haviuga mine sprung 
under us, — crackers bursting under our 
nose, — torpedoes circulating among our 
legs, or sky rockets exploding in our coal 
pockets. "Christmas gift!" "(.'hristmas 
gift!" will no more for a term of months, 
be rung in nur ears by all sorts, sizes, 
sexes, ages, colors and conditions of the 
human family, for which immunitr we 
hope We are duly grateful. Yen, the six 
days reign of boys and negroes has 
closed. The former have abdicated in 
favor of the schoolmaster, and the lat- 
ter hove retired tu the kitchens and 

But enough of the old year, it is the 
new, with which w^ now have to deal, 
and of which we designed speaking. 
A. D. 1866 is before us. It will probably 
contain the usual amount of sunshine, 
showers, joys, .sorrows, hope, despair, 
love, hatred and buckwheat cakes. Ii is 
lo be a free-fight, and it behooves us all 
to pitch in and get our share of sun- 
shine, joy, hope, love and cakes; the 

Thk Great Qvestiok Settled. — The 

Louisville Journal savs: "The great 
Hungarian (Kos.sutli) in a reply under 
his own name to the strictures of the 
London Times, recognises his reported 
speed) as genuine." We hreathe again! 
The speech is genuine and the country 
is safe. How the Louisville Journal gets 
ils information, we of course don't know. 
From ihi' lime the editors have taken to 
prepare themselves, we are bound to be- 
lieve that now they have opened their 
oracular lips, that they speak by the 
card. We have no more lo say; we are 
dumb. We dare not question the au- 
thority — the editors of the Louisville 
Journal are so very testy. We dare not 
fcxpicss an opinion on the speech now it 
fs "genuine;" the editors of the Louis- 
ville Journal are so severe — so killingly 
sarcastic. They ring the changes on 
such awful words as "expected," "knew," 
"expect," "know," and "doan'l," with 
sucli fearful facility that we are terrified, 
'i'wii e have they publislied a paragraph 
containing them all, and well do we know 
that they have the ability — when excit- 
ed — to publish the same paragraph twen- 
ty — yoa, twenty-five times. 

Wf therefore acknowledge to thegen- 
uine.-.s of the "great Hungarian's" re- 
port( d speech. We never believed that 
the editors of ihe Louisville Journal were 
hoax-'d! no, not for a moment. We 
were in fun when we said so. The very 
idea of the editors of the Louisville 
Jourtial being hoaxed! Pshaw! ab- 
surd!! We were in fun when we said so, 
believing in the innocence of our heart 
that even we, might liave our "little 
joke" with the great editors of the Lou- 
isvill-' (Ky.) Journal. But we have 
learu'id better now, and trust that the 
rcspt'-.tful, severe, and extremely courte- 
ous reproof, which the editors of that 
greai organ have deigned to administer, 
may lie sanctified lo our everlasting good. 
Our trembling heart is overflowing with 
gratitude, that they did not eat us up. 

Nok-Imtervention. — Petitions are in 
circulation in various parts of the United 
State ., asking our government to inter- 
fere between the Anglo- Gallic Alliance 
and llussia, and a settlement of 
the difficulties by nibitrament. This 
niovi ment was set on foot by a set of 
meddling politician.'^ who never hav^ 
business enough of Iheii own but are 
elern illy poking their no:cs into the af- 
fairs of others. With the quarrels of 
Europe wc have nothing to do, and are 
notoiincerncd in their resuli.s. No doubt 
that the Allies would receive such a pro- 
position with favor, for they have at last 
discovered that they have uudertaken 
more than they ran perform. If they 
could back out from their present unen- 
viabh; position with any show of honor, 
they would gladly do .so. Tbey got into 
the tight without our assistance, and lei 
them fisrht out or back out as best suits 
them. Before the commencement of 
hostilities on the Crimea, they would 
have scorned the mediation of the Uni- 
ted States; and when Great Britain was 
flushed with the supposed easy victory in 
the Crimea, she even had the insolence 
lo dictate terms to us. She thought that 
the success of her armies in the East, 
would be a profitable lesson for Brother 
Jonathan, and give him a very correct 
conception of the prowess of the British 
Lion. The terrific growl of that invinci- 
ble Lion turned out lo be tlic bray of a 


::JANUARY 4, les,'. 

Improvements bt the General Gov- 
ernment. — The President's veto of the 
River and Harbor bill, passed at the close 
of the last session of (Jhn!,frcss, vras the 
subject of quite an animated debate in 
the Lower House a few ilays since. It 
will be recollected that ll,r' President re- 
turned the bill lo (longrc.Hs wilh a brief 
message, and jiromised lo present .it this 
session of Congress a more full exiilaiia- 
lion of his views upon the subjfcl of in- 
ternal improvements. An allusion lo .lie 
same topic also made in his annual 
message, and the promise repeated. — 
The not yet having been fulfill- 
ed, the patience of Mr. Haven, of X(.tv 
York, and Mr. Camjjbell, of Ohio, hate 
been exhausted. Tluy coiis«queiiliy 
-seized upon the first opportunity to give 
Voice to their dissatisfaction. Mr. Ha- 
ven was ferociously indignant and c.x 
cruciatingly severe upon the President. 
He went so far as to intimate in the most 
tiunling and cruel manner that the re.'i- 
Bon the President had not communicated 
histicwslo Congress, was thai he had 
no views. If Mr. CampbeJl_|j» Jl-*een^ 
making an anti-slavery speech lo a select 
body of his abolition con.stiluenls, he 
could not have abused the present adniiii- 
istralion wilh greater gusto than upon 
this occasion. The silly trade of lhe e 
two Abolition foes of [\n: Democratic 
jiarty was very efl'ectually responded to 
by Mr. Bayly, of Virginia, and Mr. Orr, 
of ISonth Carolina. They were very 
summarily silenced by the querv as to 
what they wanted wilh the views of the 
President, and what influence those views 
could exercise upon their opinions. 

The fact was that Messrs. Haven and 
Campbell were extemporizing a small 
amount of demagoguery at the exnensc 
of the lime and patience of the House, 
and the trick was very promptly exposed 

TiioMAB Jefferson's Opinion of Sk- 
CBET Political Associations. — The fol- 
lowing letter of Thomas Jefferson lo 
Jedediah Morse, (Cors. Vol. 4lh, page 
.'^'t.'') imlicales vrrv clenrly in what li!;ht 
that chief of American republicans and 
statesmen regarded "private associations 
whose irjagnitnde may rivalise and jeop- 
ardise the mnrcli of regular goveinincni." 
W ' commend it to the careful perusal and 
senous consideration of every honest man 
in the Know-Nolliing ranks, and to all 
citizens of every political ]iarly who have 
at heart the welfare of the Republic. 

The society in reference lo which this 
letter was written, was one of very hum- 
ble and modest pretensions compared 
with the Know-Nothing organization of 
the present day. The principal reasons 
Wiat induced the sagacious author to di?- 
approve of and discountenance the for- 
mer lie with tenfold weight against the 
hitter. The one was to be simply a phi- 
lanthropic association, open and public in 
its deliberations and movements, and lim- ( 
iled to the single purpose of elevating die 
• hura' ter and bettering the condition if 
the Indian tribes — one on which citizens 
of the United ."States, of all countries, 
religions, professions and parties were 
inviud to unite and co-operate harmoni- 
ously for a common object. The other 
IS one of a secret politico-religious char- 
acler, the most unfortunate" of all possi- 
hle combinations, of an intolerant and 
belligerent spirit, making distinctions, 
broad and odious, between ditlerenl re- 
ligions and dillerenl classes of our people, 
and arabiiious of monopolizing all polit- 
ical power, and of directing permanently 
the whole machinery of our governments, 
Mato and Federal. No man can possibly 
read this letter of the most illustrioui; of 
all the "compatriots of Washington," 
and by no means the least among the 
"Sire.s of Sevenly .Six," and believe, for 
one moment, that he, if alive and in hi^i 

And lioit many pocielien anxillarj lUf the Oovcrii- 
mpnt. may wc expect to see fsprinj; «p. in imiUlion 
of lliis, otToriiif' to an-sociiitii Ilieni'L-lvcn in tliisai^'l 


:;JANUARY ."i, I'T.: 

IC?' The Timcfi argued in tlip first place that II i- 

thnt ol' i^i functions. ^lu a word why not. lake the people of Iho Uliiind State" oupbt to .Klmit l'.,r 

(lovernn.out out of \U constitutioniil liand.', aas' 
cialc them indeed with iia, to preserve a semhhtnci 
tlint f' e- rl.-; ire ^hcii-^. hut in^iirin^lhem Inbeoiu 
own liy 11 .iiH -iicr ^(,pni  i niimr v.te luily'' 

Thepf- considerations have impippsed my 
mind wilh a furce so iire.Mstihle, thnt l in iluty 
bonud lonnswer your polite letter, witbont wliicii 
I should not obtruded an opinion,; I have not lieen 
able lo withhold the expres-sion nf them Xol 
knowing the iiiii;i iduals that have proposed liiis 
plan. I cannot he conceived as cniciiiiiniiig ;ioi--iin- 
al ili«res|ieel for them. On the contrary, f see in 
the pi-inled list, persons for whom I elii-rT-ish sin 
cere friendship; and others for whose oiiiiiions and 
piii-ity of purpose I h-ave the hiiiiieslreapect. Vci, 
tliiulcing .IS I do, that the a.s.sociutiivi is uniiecespa- 
ry; dial the (ioverninentis procerdin}; lo the same 
ol)ieot under the control of the law: that llicy are 
competent to it in wisdom, in meaus, ami inclina- 
tion; that this association, that this wheel within :i 
wheel, is more likely to produce collision than aid; 
and it is, in it,s niasnilude of dangerous ex- 
ample, I am bounil to .s ly that, as a dutifid citi- 
zen, I eaunot in coiLseieticc become a member of 
thif society, poAscssing as it does my entire conli- 
deuce in the integrity of its views." I feel with 
awe the weight of opinion to which I may be op- 
posed, and that, for myself, I have need to ask the 
indulgence of a belle'f that this opinion I have 
given, is the best result I can deduce from my 
own reason and experience, and that it issinceiely 
conscientious. Repeating, therefore, my just ac- 
knowledgments for the honor proposed to me, I 
beg leave to add ilie a,s.siirancc to the society and 
voiiiself t,;' my highest conlidcncc and consideia- 
tion. Th: Jekferson. 

eignets to the enerciae of all the rinlits of cilizi n 
ship as readily as the Hebrews did. AndtheTime:  
■•nilerlonl; to ^ how in ^le second (-laee llin! ihe He 
brew" admitted a lnrei;;nerio all tlie rij;hl.s of ciii 
zenship, the moment he consented ij) !iave all his 
male chihireu circun.cised. .\iid the ^■ime^ told 
in in the thiid place cireumci.'ion with Ihc 
same thing as taking the oath of allegiance niih 


Of cour» ' the 'I'imes thinks that foieisni ri in 
this country, instead of waiting five years, as n 
portion of them now do, ought to be admitted lu 
all the lights anil privileu'c-'of native-lioin Ameri- 
can citizens just as soon as they land upon oi-r 
coast, provided thev consent to have Ihoir male 
children circumcised, or, in otiivr wo; ds, consent 
to have their boys lake an immediate oath of allc- 
gUmce. We have only to 3,ay that the Times is 
too ludicrous to be either seriously supported or se- 
riously opposed. That paper bail better not ini 
deitake. in its political discussions, to dabble in 
theology. We doubt whether its editors, with all 
their professed familiarity with theology, will hiid 
that tliey know   nougii ot it to keep out of tlie 
fire — [Lou. Journal. 


Mkmphts Air-Line Railroad, and a Ti n- 
NKi,. — We hear cheering accounls of the 
prospects of the Fort Wayne ami South- 

For two para^ 
Journal, the ab 
well. Only 
rnnliibly infe 
joke. Vasil, 
wc never "a: 
United Slates 

no Li'ilisvilie 
t!C iiiiwai- 
jly 'good 
St place 
lie people of the 
to admit foreigneis 

At\ K,ccc-utric Iitiiiula*i. 

Coi'.NT Rostopciii;.. 
A late numbir of the "Courier de9 Ktate Uni)" 
gives some cnriouLi reminicences of R" ' i 
\t' wboiu. III sij-ie of hia denial, hietorv 

"■ 'ti'i'^  »e • Ilaei-in. I, o( ilfs. •. . 

I ll III i-^r.' 

, ■i!*-oii i\a.-. ei 

• i:.' .il^ U)l\.ll l;. I.i fjll.ifi; 11 11." eiijiltlll, th( liM 

Uus.siaQ tar fiom anticipatiug the rapiditv i.| 
it.s progress. He expected the I'reiicli Arini 
would be arrested by tiic disaster? wliicb after 
ward.- as.-niled its iiiiliir'iinate retieal, and t 

!ay In LoiiMvlllc tl,, 
.y 7.1, iiiifl n9 li* 

« . i;w ni.scoi Kic V c uici iii: 

O l*l'.(: T.ACI.KS. Ac grniinil en lie- exact 

_ . ^ 'if Spi-iitul Aeeiiriicy. Iiy G. S( ii.u.\loN.- , 

make the people nf Moscow laugh nt the exi eii-e i • '"■■"e l 0|,iiiian, Irein the imj.reveil Special le ii,, 
of irii,«lcon, he launched against him .wljole ar- | Ix^lio^^i;; 1!^^, is^l^^llSl^lfi^^i^'lJ 

by these pertinent questions 

The internal improvement party need ''S''' wind, would look upon the Ameii- 
enlertuin no fears that the President will organization, so-called, othtrwisc than 

not at a proper lime, and in an .•appropri- 
ate manner, communicate to Congress his 
ohjectionB to this excellent scheme for 
squandering llie public money. Instead 
of pronouncing and pubhsli'i! 
viclive.5, llieti time i"ci\id Ivc 

"iih the most serious apprehension anc'. 

MoHTiCELro. March 6, 1823. 

to al|g^c rights of citUcnship its readily 
as llie Hebrews did." We instanced the 
Hebrew nation to show that the policy of 
naturalizing foreigners was not only re- 
garded wilh favor by that people, but 

ern Jlailroad cnleriirise, from its friends ,„,. ;, e. , ■ i - • ,• r i- • 

. ' was m lacl 11 speci,il itijiiiieiion of divine 

on llie olher side of llii! river. We sm i,,„ ' . ' ■■ r ,1 ' 

, , ,. law. We quoted an ordinance of llie 

cerciv believe that llii re has not, for a ,, , ,„ ,„ , 

, , . ,. i'as.sover — Exodus xii; 'HI, Itt— lo pio\ e 

nuinljer of years, Iteen 111 contemplation 

even, a railroad, which, if comjdeled, 

would benefit Loui.^ville to the extent 

that this Fori Wayne and iSoutliern Uail- 

road would, provided we h;id a tunnel 

under the Falls. All that our city now 

want •, ill l!ie way of r.iihoads, seem:. tiJ of invectivf.o. He sent away from the ciiv 
all those who appcjiid to him su.spieiou.s; and in 
the very moment of blasting iheir lortunes, issued 
against, them, the following proclamation, daled 
,"Ulh ol iVugust, 181   : 

"Vou will dwell on the banks of the Vol;^, in 
Ihe midst of a peaceable and faithful people, who 
des| iso J on too much to do you liai m. 

"^'ou will quit Europi? for some time, and go 
into .V-iia. Cease tobi' bad aubjec t.i, and becon.i- | ' 
gOMil ones. French citizens as you are, uictamoi - 
p!io-e yoiir.selves into go'Xl Russian pear.aiits. [ • 
Remain tnnniuil and jiibniistive, or tear rigoroMs 
punishment (tel iuloyonr boat, and do iiul make 1 ' 
1 Ch iron's boal of it. A pleasant jouriley lo : , 
you !" I 1 

Tlie above is a fair specimen of many of hi - j '■^ 
jiroelaniatioiis al this ;ieriod,aiiil is Ku.ssian wil in | ^ 
its hiiinouroiis ^ei:l. I 

It is said Ihil t'oiinl U'lMlopcliiii conijsised j ■ 
iiKiiiy c-imeilierf lull of ivil am! iiiimor, in wliicli i ' 
heiidi(-ulcd bis eot^-nijioniries, and atia -.ked iI 
tcrnh-nciefl of hi' coiintrymeiilo imitate foreigi,- 
Due is incntioned, among others, eiitiilvU, "I ... 
Rumors, or the Live Man Killed bv  lcw HaH i; 
crs " This is liic only one of his plays which wn 
iipn'scnted e.l the theatre i»f Mos'-.^w. He lie' 
the others into the Hre, nller amufing hiK fri  ■ 
with them. 

lie wrote iii.s meiiioii-Kin ten minute.-, in Krcncli 
for a lady who rci|Mestcd the history ii( hi: lile 
Thev are worth leading ; 

. eptablisheil morn ibaii 

ceiilury ago. 

w. .Soloiunnn, the sole laventor of the Improve 
•S|,^c In. les. and v.irimis improved Glai ;eii, is now nn 1 
p''.ief-=ioiial visit totbie place, niul iiiavbn coiiiitill«'l n 
111- office. No. 74, l-oiirlh street, over ftaymoiel «i I'lil- 
leu's meilicine depot, Louisville, Ky. 

ile lui.i lijiil the honor of alter.iling the prinrinnl 
lo'vns .if tlio ITnitcil Kingdnin, where lie has -xperl 

been I 
llnie, I 

1-1 1 -u i 

to llie mo t advalicedner; 

1 period o I 
fill the old and ihe yomiglr, 
N[ loyiiienl lor any liitietli ol 
-e I'glii. As severalindi- 

|ii-oveil their eUleaC), 
itie iiirtliei- frtvora of lh«i 
jtroiirt toacktiowleUge, 

'e V. nV 'h'-ir i'.,iMMiitieV.i, 

ii« has 
•d vis- 

•- •• . ludU-ld 

»D\ejUIK \hv lii;;iiec', ti .^'.llnejjlals Mfs;  


Il'-«ill (Tivo refereiueii to p. r. «n» 111 Ihe UdIIc.I 
• lio f.,und the irn. men I.enelll and pom 
: the m.iof his newly invented and improved 

New Uiwcovcry lor nealneMi. 

The Sound ("niieenlrator 

fill, l.cwl 

is an exlraerdiiiary, poiver- 

iiiveuied, small liiflriiinei.l. lorti e cure ol 
Manmrs nf Mnnell In llif l.i/r, Wrillni in 7  h '''"'"""^""'"i' "I 'leafness; oiiliiely dilTerenl in make 

be ihn Memphis Road .in I the Fort Wayne 
Road, connected by a tunnel at this 
place. All these projects are feasible, 
and can be I'arried into execution by the 
exereise of a little energy on Ihe part ol 
our t itiztns. 

The Fort Wayne Railroad Company 
are prosecuting ll K'if work With all pos- 
sible vigor, and are ready to meet us 

our position. IJul the Joiirn;!l pa-..sed 
over the J';issover, and evnylhing 
which was in the way of il-; favorite 
views, and jiimpeii al llic conclusion that 
we were tor having forr igtii rs placed iij)- 
011 an equal fooling uitli native citizens 
as ri-adily n; Ihe Hebrews did. 

Secondly, we never 
show that Ihe Hebrew, admitted r-. lor- 

nilAITKK 1 — MV MIBin. 

"Ill 17f)j, M.uxli hith, 1 came from daiknei*- 
into tight. I was mcaauicd. weighed and bap 
tiseii 1 wa.s Irfirn without knowing wbv, and niv 
(lareiitii thanked Hcavca without knowing why. 


"I was taught in "It sorts of things, and eveiy 
liiUi:uagc. Hy biinc impndcnt aiiii deceitlul, 1 
aomclimes | asaed for a Bcholur. My head l oi erne 
a library ol old twoks, ot which I tiiive kept the 
key . 

CUAPIrB 111. — MY SUrFlRl.NOIi. 

• r i ii.slrurllon from all otheri, niirpa«siii|; oven thing 
lUi.l ha. been probubly ever 'an be l.rodiieed." Thev 
lire .ml M,„d..le,l |.,|1,„ r.-.vilv '.l lie- ,,-,,r, :,r„l niav re-il 

deaf | er5ons to Join 
■:tr 11:'. -t 'tt»lier1Iv :(1 



pTlie» r,i 

I IMr. ^ol'iinoDs bi 

fjpr^i"- 'rif'v ni l 

'i '..'lliil II,, ■ ,.)■. all :|,. 
iilj|  tie desired. 

Loei-VM LI, Oct. Vi, IRI ' 

more than half wav in an enterprfse 

„k;.i. .„;ii u ^. . ' .1 1 j world mipht see Ir-w complete! 

wnieli will beiietjt us mote than any oihef I » ^ 

„i , ,1 tr 1, . ij- • 1 Journal totild demolish them. 

, »iy th» IPth, aud have now lb express my scusc of ; T'"^" "'^ «' ^''^ Mississippi.- - 

I'f.K p'Jf.y in- '""lorable station proposed to my ex brethren The citizens of Memphis are ready and tmrbt. lue Hints iiiiiiK 

. " i  -"d nivsclf, iu the constitution of the Societv lot ' 11- . , . l c. i- " • , 

? Uiote p.obt [ ihc civilization and imp,ov«mcDt ot the [JdUn '° ^tale line with 

ably occupird In answering and lebutting ''ibi-s- The object, loo, expressed, .i» that of the the Air-Line Koad, which ail admit 

'undertook to '"' ""^ tormeuttd by niasttrs, hv t iilots, In 
women, by ambition, by self love, by vain re 
gretp, by sovereign t and souvenirs, 
eignei to all the lights of citizenship, ilie ' chaptes iv. — uy pBivArcons. 

moment he consented to have all liir. male I "I deprived of three gisat emoy 

, ,, ■ I .. rr.1 1 'mentsol the human race, lobberv, gluttoiit and 

children circuiuciied. I he words uride. 

"male children" do uot occur in our ar- chaptek t.— iiemoe.«bl!. ipochs 

tide of (vhich the .Tournal is speakim'. ' "At thirty year*, renounced dauciug. at forty, 
, .. r .1 , ,T I 'he tiiir Sex, at liav, public opinion; at sixty, , 

These "children are of the Journal s ; thinking; and lam now a true phili-opher, ur , ,h, . I. 
manufacture, made of sliaw that the ; ^fe'"'-''' "'•'Ich I9 synonymous. 


liiriiiflhed no with inyflrstpa - 

nr i'» ill. 'V-, iht, purpose very u e 

I 'I" ' ■■eyes when i}«f'f .- 

■ htleuieii of expe 
**' ■ ' ^ e and llriii in*e 

»"i' !' i- /OS. K. FI.I^•■J . 

i'rureis»ror OI«».,j»Jt^'nlutl£y sdiool of 
( I ♦ -.V.:. „ ■■■ t'T ^iinK time of Mr. Soloinoi ' ■ 
i-d wilh tliem. Thev lei . 
' apiKBr to latlgaelle cvo 

i - II.-- heretofore used. Thcit't 

iieeJoi 'I'lniisi »ij ll this respect -.vlll do well to tj I 


' glat- 

-iiies of 

' --O'ng: to 

!*, 111;.', lilt- will ilud ilicni 11 supe 
I'll I" all ages. Given luiiJer in, 
4. L. J KS, JI. i; , 

Ooulial,  »uitvlUe, Ky. 
I nriSTitic- Kj.j'Jtt-';:*, l**S4. 

s' lilas^es. iiiid al- 
es I'lr lilo last iix 
I have used 00 far. 

I'M him. 

Others will all be added without the 
least effort on our part. But the great J^'^''"^^' ""^^ "'^'^ mediation of the 
secret of living a happy life is in kaow- Un'led t5lates seems the only avenue open 
ing how to commence ii; as you com- 
mence in the morning so will you re- J 
main throughout the day. If you leave 

to her for an honorable escape. 

Wc thank heaven that our government 
is now in the hands of statesmen, who 
have the ability to decide, and the firm- 
ness to carrv their deiMsions into eU'ect. 

your house and commence business 
with a savage frown on your brow, 
vou will be as uncomfortable as a pair of ^ f-'^rs that the present admin- 

tight boots alldav, and look as sour as I '^^''""■'"'""'^'^P'"-' f""" S^od old 
the genius of pickles. Everything will ' D^'mocratic dDctrine of non-mtcrvention. 
go wrong, everybody will do wrong, and ■ ^''^ '^"'°P« ■''«^''*^ quaiTels. 
you will hate mankind in general, and I New Books. — Bamum's Life. —We 
yourself in particular. On the olher ; |,aj j.eard much of this book, and had 
hand, if you l i.^e from the breakfast table j read many notices of it, and finally come 
with a smile on your face, everything j acror..s the book itself. We looked into ik 
will glide along as smoothly as a drop of ; out of curiosity, and confess that we 
water down the oiled back of a shanghai; ; ^ere prejuiced against both Barnum and 
you will make friends and money until i his "Life." bul wc read the entire 16 
you can'i rest— you will think this a chapters before leaving ii. Barnum 
beautiful world and yourself a lucky makes no pretensions to literary merit, 
dog, and when you go home at night, | consequentlv in reading his book we 
your wife— or if she i.s out of the room meet with no abortive attempts at 
your wife's cousin— will give you a kiss, ,iyie,;" „„ painful struggles at fine 

the joys of which arc unknown to acid- 
ulated faces. This last "happy result" 
can be arrived at by taking the Daily 

Times and reading it at breakfast. With 
this hint, we take leave of the subject. 

"I ^-.a9 obstinate as a mule, capricious as a co 
jirj-tie, gay as a child, idle as a mole, active an 
A- t'onaparte, and cvervlhing at pleasure. liii i 

^* 1 ' l-h0U2ll I 

rtt ,1 • 1 .V I .1 • J CBAPTEE Tlr. — lltPoaiAHT CiaCl'MSTANCKS , \ ears 1 i 

Of course, we think no such thing, and I ,, . . , ^-li i 

, ] "ill ung never been able Jo control my 'Ooun- !*»'"""'"'■''•■ '-'j i'" ' 

there was nothing in our article to excuse I leuance, I gave lo se to my tongue, .and contract- ! 

.1 ■ ', ■ f, " . . ! Aseociition, is one which 1 'have ever had much ' i i w c \' . ' such an inference. The 'wo statements ! ^""'"^^ ''"'"'''"S "'"'"^ TLat pro- ' St. Locis, -Nov. n, laiS. 

the position.s so otten a-V umcd • ! f'l" ! at heart, and never omitted anoccLion otp™mo be of more benefit to us than it . ^ cced in« bon.ejoy.s and mauv enemies. Hgivos me sro.lplea.'jre to bear teminH.u; to ihe 

Democraiic party upon this important t'n.fe'. '"hiU I have been in situations to do it with can possibly be lo Memphis. Yet we ' ' Journal are entirely gratuitous, I (.q .^^ vii.— ,vb.vt i was .vbat i MiCiiiT \'ife7oyI,"ty ' 

lisiJil daj of Oct.. Ifc'M. 
1.1'. eLAlTtKLV, M.». 

JSdtfS. 1 have bee.i under 

„.-.,,. - , — J -- ^ , , . .. ■ 1 a. ■ c ' • - es In reading, erpoeially at 

P. was staled during the de . i ^uS^ttrllc^nt'S':" dl^itlCVm^ ^^^'"^ '""k "pon both projects with in- ^'"^ '^"^ "'^'^P'"'"-^ " I i ' "^"'^ ' « '''^""^ 

,ir 1 u ■! 11 • I. , I wild and unrestrained imaijinHlion, and 1 "i i. as sensitive to fiiend.ship. to conedenca, 

• . - |,.„,K1 .1 1 . ■ 1 We have been talking about ■ , ■ i i , ■ r l and bid I lived in the gold.n age, might bare 

Bayly, that in every single instance in ^ 7^^^^^^^. l^^'^y^X 1^ M^-Pl'- 1-g enough to build ' logical dcducl.ou from any position : „,,h.p, u. every Respect nfan 

which the , e'o power had b- en , x. rci.s- 1 '""e 'been reduced by circumstances foreign (o il. ;;hall we always talk and do nothin r? [ "^sumed, or doctrines advocated by us. ' haptek ix.-aKiPBCTAULE raiMcipbEE. 

■ I n ' I . .1 , I iL them. 1 hat the plan now proposed is entitled to ,, ■" , , , ... °,l In n trard to our "dostrine." we hive "I iiave never been implicated In anv marriage, 

ed bv -4 PiHsidenI, theael. had b,en HIS- unmixed ap^.robufion, 1 am nit piei„,cd to ^^v, »" ''Onvir.Ced r.f the Utility of| ^"r.^aiu ooui uoBirine, » " « ;„ I Iki,,, ^.-vcr reconienJed 

Uined bv the country. How couiplelel-,-  '/''''"'«'««'^'«' '«T"''o''an''''-' A«U''''parfui i/ifs both roads; nay, ihe absolute necessity i ''^y' ''^P'^ct no support ; ^ go,, ., or a physician: consequenil;. I have at 
does Ihis fact overwh,lm all .be ..bjec"- '^f P^"^'-' '»'J'^ r^,HifuUy ^l^i-^fro^n j^^^^,^.^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^ | for it from the ediior ot the Journal.- 

tions which the V.' In;; party has l» • „ in 1 shall not undertake to draw the line of demar- time to act. Now. that the i,ar,l times ' °^ "'''^ 

I eulty t^D auy 

Profoesor i 

V. . STKVENS, M. D. 
theiit. Lo'iis bnivoralty. 

I'n tmjFU, J'jnoP, icM. 
i am usiuic a pair 6r Mr. •!omotin* fttas^es, and find 
Iheiii very coinf '. i;:'-b ^ ' . - r ' ^ my nam* t» 
tlie uumberoi " i ui.' 


I tcm[ ' 

d n' body'g life. 


party has In   n jp 

the habit of urging against this p.ovi- ! w^r: kTur:o.m,^l.;:;\~^ arc orer, we confidently expect lo .see i '"^ anowieage o, tne law oi | ; , ,e„e,-,,ioul^^^ 

sion of the conslilulion— how triura i '«". '''''''''''"" '■'''«'«' «« '.;™; '»'-rf..e ihc marcl,,,/ i, mc active sleps taken lo .secure to Lou- j ''^ "'^ X"' m^^^^^^^ i.oilXVaXh in drink' 

pbantly does il vindicate the wisdom niid | b?" si x^TbTl;^; ihe\'were'lho'^^^^^ '-'villc the benefits of the Memphis Ro;,d, '\ '"'^'''^f" , P'-.vs, ibo comedy 'uid larce 

foresight of the fraraers of that model ' '''" ^•^To'"''*"'-*'"^" 'h'* l''3t a tunnel under the Kalis, ,ind throuitli the ' "PP"*'""" 

i fnmnr K,'e;itne ri(„.#,aaup., ■ l...f ,b».. ....... ^ 

Ilavii'K made* n trial of 
and axaiolned ll : r - . ' 
s'riieled, I ha^ 

L'ii» 4, IRoO. 
■ h'peilMi-let, 

J , mi r  , ' *".'/""■ became necessary; but they were d.iy.s ,   , i, ,17 

document. i he democratic party have 1 which no man would wish to .see a second time— tl" "'l, liie Fort Wayni 

an abiding confidence that the veto o' i T'''''^ •'' =''"'g'''' '" "u'''"!"''!'* Railro-ad. 

,1 „ ..;„„, 1 , _i ■ ti_ -J . I""' ''"■erument had combined against the rightsol , ... . 

the liver and harbor bill by I'l^sident | the people, and no means of correction remained to 
Pierce will be still another illustration of ''"^'".'""l""''Ka"izc a collateral power which, with 

I in m''ii an'J 
iince Th' 

men, open and expansivf countun- 
liunipbackcd of both had a cliarm 

and .Southern 

,1. , ■ I 11 , J .1 r 1 tUcir support, mi^ht rescue and secure their vio- 

that wisdom which prompted the fathers j u,cd , ght.,. But .such is not the case with our 
uf the Republic to interpose a barrier, ' Oovernment. We need Inzard no collateral |mjw 

•T, » hich, by- a change of its original views and as- 

that could protect the constitution from 
the assaults of the national Legislature. 
President Pierce by exercising the power 
entrusted lo him, lias averted from the 
country the evils ot extravagant aiul im- 
propei legislatlion. The act is entitled 
to the approbation of the country, and 
cannol fail to receive it. 

siiniplionof others, wc know uot how virtuous or 
how miscbievoiia, would be ready organized, and 
ill force sufficient to shake the established founda- 
tions of society and endanger il.s peace and the 
principles on which it is based. Is not the machine 
nowpi-oposed of this gigantic nalure!- it is to 
consist of the e.\-Prcsidentsof the United States, 
the Vice I'resideut, the heads of all the Executive 

As for his opposition to our 

"iloctrine," we are happy to inform him, ! lor ne — "liy, t never have been able lo r,nder 



"I b» l lu aversion lo fools, to scoundrels, to 

I fair sample of wh.'it is TWollow, we ' "IS ."'"' '"»''.'' -^POf' '""  ■' '| 

' /• ■ • I disfii I for alli ctation, pity lor (raiiited men aud 

shall rest easy, and perfectly free from worn, m; an aversion to rats, liquors, metapby- 
ccedingly that he was unable to be here i all aDPrchensioiis of beinsr left without a 1 ""^ rhubarb, and fear of justice, and mad 

'"^ I bcftstf 

on the 1st, lo participate in the Tourna- doctrine. ' cHAcrKa xi.-axalvsis ok mv mke. 

ingly can 111081 1 I ■ 1.11..11.11 

■lee,] aitillelal aid lu lUkpniVin^ ll.olr vision. 

f !• ^S •. IKK 

Prr,fi-J3.,ir ot I ' 
HuITbIo .-.nd 1; 

X-i?"The editor of the Frankfort Yeo- 
man, in his paper of the 2d, regrets ex- 

' that, if Ihc attacks, which have already j 
! appeared in the Journal. '"flS^^ taken as | 

nienl of ihi 
a reason: 



"Our mule had lost his riglit ear, and was there- 
fore uiihtted for the splendid charge wc anticipated r 1 1 -1 
making upon the enemy. Had it uot been lor '"''m s knowledge of theology than It does 

that, we doubt not the cbiyahy of Richard conrrfc upon the use and improvement of what 

Depai tments, the Governors of the several Suites '''»":"id of Saladin would have paled before ours, if . 11 1 

and Territories, all the members of both Houses »"'1» ' fdld have left behind uf a name to 'point DC Ooes know. Jl a thorough knowl- 
of Congress, .-ill the general olHeera of the armv, :« """-^'l or adorn a Uale,'— our mule's tail." I ed oe of theolo 'y were essential to .-.n 

Il is to be hoped that at an early day ! li:^^^:':^^. ^'^ ^y^P^'l'i^e "^i"' our esteemed co- .aUoi 's salvati;n, then .he last ihree 

some plan may be matured, which will h'" '^o clergy of the United States, the prcsidenus temporary in his di.-appointment, but we copies of the Journal would damn 
1 . r r, ■ ' , ■ . ^'"^ lecreuiries of all a.s.socialions having relation must confess thai we are somewhat sur 

keep out of Congress plundering to Indians, .all commanding olFicers within or near ^oniess mat we Are .somewnai sui 

schemes. If each particular appropria- 
tion could be compelled to stand or fall 
upon its own merits, much of the danger 
arising from such legislation might be 
avoided. But as has been pertinently 
said, I hey are gregarious in their very n.-i- 
ture, and the whole herd rushes to browse 
upon that delightful pasture, known as 
the national treasury. Whether the plan 
of levying tonnage duties, at the several 
ports, uiidci the control of ihe Slates in- 
inlerestcd in the improvements, as pro- 
posed by llie distinguished Senator from 
Illinois;, is the best that c- an be devised, 
ii a question we are not prepared to an- 
swer. But it would be far preferable to 
H system dependent uptm such bills as 
those log-rolled through Congress. 

White's Coontkritbit Dbtkctor. — We 

Indian Territoriei". al! Indian supcrintcndcnta aiid prised to learn that the Yeoman eslab- i iji^.^e are many comforting passages, 

agents; all these er.o//ido,- aud as many private in- Ushment has only one mule. viiiich we commend 'o the attention of 

diyidniils as will pay a certain price lor nnynbcr- _ _^ ; w men w« coinmi. nu .0 iiit attention 01 

ship. Observctoo. that the clergy will coiistituict „,i:,*r*r/ ,i,„ r'. „,„«.„...., o"'' Deitfhbor, one of which speaks of a 

nineteen twcuticlha of this AssJciation, and, by The editor of the GeorL'etown i' 

the law of the mtijority. m,ay'coinmand thcTwcn- Herald is an Ungallant wretch. He is P»ll' wiii -li "s very plain that a way- 
lieth pan which compo..^ed of all the high author- onnosed lo the women's riohls •'"■"i'''' though a Know-NoMm, may walk 

itles ol the United States, civil and inilitarv, may oppo^en to tne women s rignis o ■ -  

be out voted and wielded by the ninetecu pans movement, for in speakiii" of the lecture "'•^''^'in 'i"" ""^ ^-ri . 
with uncontrollable power, both as to purpose and e \f i ■ \xr ■ , ^  

process Can Ihi? formidable array be reviewed AIlss LucielKI Wi lohl, he says : 
without dismay ' It will be said, that in this Well, wc hiivc heard the lectures of Fanoy 

Associations will be all the confidential officers Wright, Anne Royal and ol Miss Lucreiia Wright I 

ol the lioveruracnf; Ihe choice of the people and have seen Miss Delia Webster I all cxtraor 

themselves. No uian on earth has more implicit dinary phenomenonsiii/Aeir vvay ! Luiiis Nat'irir's, 

confidence than myself in the integrity and dis- whose like, wc trust, we ne'er shall look upon 

crclioii of this chosen band of servants. But is again. The lady Iccturul again on Wednesday, our readers wilii some deL'ree of confi 

conlidcncc or discretion, or i* sfricf /imif, the prill- at the Christian Chinch, on the .same subject.— , . ', i i- i 1 ' 

ciplc ol our constitution? It will comprehend, in- We hope thatslic 'had a gioil time, 'and also hope, j "^-'''^c. tills work was established in 

deed, all the functionaries of the Uovcrnment;- as she seems to plant bersclt u|)on the teachings j 1837 ;,„J |,as obtained the confidence! 

ijiit accedco Iroiu their constitutional .suilious, as ol l aiilatid Timothy, that she will occasionallv . , I 

guardians ol the nation, and acting, not by the call lo mind, while addressing an audience, that ! ol our business men. I h ' proplletors' 

laws of their station, but by those of a voluntary y.bole.ome .idiuonition to the fan 9e.x which is ^..^ aiherlise to buy uncurrent nioncy, 

society , having no limit to their purposes but the I'unil in Paul s bi^tepistlc tothc Corinthians, 14tli _ ■' _ - 

same will which coiistilntcs their cxi.-tciice. It chapUr, verses ,(4 and .35; and herein Timothy, I a'C not speculators in the misfortunes of i 


miiiju^ttm'.'i I 1 ■ w. I 

(A FaAtrri-rioHKR nm jiiMwriv-M'.i; vuiHt-rAsr ' 

A.NNOI'NC-K:; lo lii i fri. iMl» nn.l lli.. i.iiMl,- thai 
''On'ii ■ ' ■ .1 ■ ■ -I , ■ ,1 Ihe f.j 
Inwiii? I,,, Flu 

Dropjiy. K'^i.ii.. 
Dr. A- 

oullar Ire ■.ii.r I.' I,! i;.i"r\ ', i.-in ij', 

pliysiciuiishave f;iil'''i . an-, r / .ii'esi his 

We beo- to assure the etiitor of the j "1 a vaituealb without .appicheusion as without ' cjnUdeiiceia hlsowi i.t.he w :' uiidcruike 

, 1 ,1 , .1 1- „ ,■„ imp»ii ncc. My life has teeu a melodrama on a '"■•'.'^V,''. '''^'''liP"'' ' ''' ' l' - '^ 

Journal thai the scorching contingency, | , ,„^^.,^ ,,^,^„ p,^j,i„„ i c,«i oahe modfo fceuntu .tier tKera 

hinted al by him, depends less upon a | iIk- ivunt, the Iotci-, ihe iioblo falhcr, but. nt-voi- i Ulsoascs oi a jieculiar .'hanictcr ho Ruaranteof to 

' the V:i'et movo ra licnllv in h r»-w'i, wlliiout olltinsivt; or i\ Av 

CU.VPTKB Xltl.— RKWARDS OK MKAVItN. »CM oV?'"'"-'"'"" ""r"^''" ''], 

"My great happiness is in being iniU'| of he mqiiir 
thc till ce individuals who govern lCiiio|)e: an I am i [!'''i ^ 

rich enough, have given up public business, and ! Ti'vallils'bi any iwetion ofUie coiinlry, by adrtre«l.,ea 
am nl. oily mdiflerenl to music, 1 have consc- | iro. i . ' e: . ; j, li.i.' m l . nel .-• i- n fee, ran ha»e 
i|ueni; .- no svmpathy wilh Rothschild, Metteniich, I a'l 

and IJoasini! ' „ , " '^teenaud 

     * . noiwwHn Mar- 

CHAVXm XIV.— MV mTAPH. ' t, J,,,., , . , , ,„ ^, _,„4 

'Hire lies in repose, with a woin-oul miud. an : f'"™ * f'- ol HAw 

cxhaii ted heart, and a used up bodv, a wicked \ »^AIHt lAfcKf*! i;AKttlA«EN! 

old devil, I. p. STONE, 

"La.liesaiidgoutlemcn, passou. cyRRiirF dIiMtVu 

i HAPri U XV.-nKPlCATOaV KPl^TLK TO THK PUH ,^ „*^„^^^?^if,^ 


entire office past all redemption. But 

Kknkkdy's Notk ^.nd Commeu- 
clAL Rkview. — We have received the 
January number of the reliable Counter- 
feit Detector, and can recommend ii lo 

" D' g of a biijilic! discordant organ of the pas- 
sions! thonwho raiaest thyself lo heaven, or plow- 
e-i in' ) the mud; who blamest and c.ilumuiatcst, ■ t'^fl. 
iliiiul. lowest not why; tbou absurd tyrant escaped 
liiiiii I'cdiaiii; thou extract of tlic most deadly vrn 
• Mil au'l of the mildest aromatics; thou repreeen- 
tatr.i of the devil near the human race; thou 
iHire, masked with ehiistian cliarity , thou, public 
thai I feared in iny M'litli, respected in mature 
v»ai'.-. and despised iu my old age — it is to thkk 
I dedeatcd Mv HEMoiBs. Denr publie! atl.»st.l 
am out of thy reach, for 1 am dead, and corisc 

verv Bl'. ; , ■ 

fr ': 

li-seat Roekawu s; 
.1 do do; 
I .1'. do; 

i.oi; I \- I b LE, K Y. 
, KKijS leave lo luforiu his customom 
^nn-Mli.- ].:,'.!.. I  i;it tie has now In store 
'I Carriage^ ever of- 
' 11 market, coniprldilf 

■ 111"' ■ 't'"iii are — 
1 ies; 
-' les; 


up liiigifia!*; 
'rrolvitic Baef!;le4; 

.Jerj'ey Wagons. 4c 

') " _ 

K.'.iue of which are very superior and extra rit h, mads 
evpreselv t. » ills order ii'iid under hi-- |'eri?onal liielru - 
i|iieni!v deal, dumb, and blind, r-njoy, il thou lion by Uie U-m inanntn.-tiirers linsl. Piirchi.wrs llom 
c.iiisl, iheBc advantages for thy own repose aod j a distuin'e may always rely upon llinling a hir!;e and 
Unit I'f tlic human race. ' i w-'la-aorled stock to seiee. '-om, all ol vvhieh will Da 

_ I sold low for caa'. paper. aaS(l(UV-*lf 

\V. 111. WARD 7..T. SAM. I'. CABV 

In l/iix Detector we are inforni- 

will be ibc authorities of the people, and all in iillhough a Tempeiance man, conlially coincides ; 

llucntial ch iactcis among them, arrayed on or.c with Paul, and may be read with ci|ual profit by all ] 

side, and on the other, the people themselves, de "whole soulcd" young ladie.- who crave lo stepont eil ot four very dangerous cnunlcrfeits 

scrteil by their leaders. It is a fcai-liil array. It oi their legitimate la/riptuial sphere of action ' 
have received the January number of I w'H '"c said, that these arc imagiuary tears. 1 

for discrediting the Commercial Bunk 

writing, but it is a simple narration of 
incidents in the life of the author, told 
in a chimney corner style th'*t is quite 
charming and agreeable. It abounds 

with the humorous - jokes, anecdotes 1 J^'-'n^^cky in a forme, number, and 
wishing you all a happy new y  Br snd a & •. It is a very readable work, better ''''*'• subject must convince 

glorious fourth of July. 1 than the ordinary run of novels, and will 1 detector is a humbug, and 

' leave no lasting impression on the mind P"bhshed for the purpose of making mo 
The Wpe.ndent Order of Do-No- ; of the reader, either good or evil. It "^^J' behave frequently warned our 
This society paraded oui streets will doubtle 

,, . , ji , I kii"'* 'hev arc go at present. 1 know it is as im 

this bogus concern,aiid know jusl as much j possible fbr these ag»ut« ol our choice and un- 
about Bank notes as we did before. Mr. '"J"uJedcoulideiicc,to harbor machinations against 
, . .. , the adored principles ol our constitution, as (■» 

Wblte makes no explanation or apology | gravity to change iu direction and gravid bodie.. 

THINGS.— iDissocieiy paraaeaoui streets will doubtless answer the purpose for 
Monday in full uniform. We do not | ^ intended-sell and e.irich 

understand ihe designs or peculiar views j publisher and author. Published by 
of this a.ssociatioii, and of course cannot! Redfield New York, and for sale by A. 
say whether il is political or religious.— ' Hagan,  fe Bro. ! 9 Third stieel, Louis- 

la?" Blackwood's Magazine, for Be- 
cember, is al hand. This number is of 
more than ordinary interest. The fol- 
lowing is the contents: 

The Slory of the Campaign. Written 
ill a Tent in the Crimea, 
j Zaidee: a Romance. — Part 1. 
Fducation of the Royal Artillery. 
The Influence of Gold upon the Com- 
mercial and Social Condition of the World. 
- Part II. 

The Jew: a Tale from the Russian, 
riie Twentieth of September, Eighteen 
H indred Fifty -Four. 
■ Prospects of the Modern Drama. 
* Peace and War,— Dialogue the St;c- 

_ 01 1. 

delighted. We hope they will parade | -V Few Personal Kccoileciions of 

teain shortly, for we know of no more I Christopher North. By the author 

^ectual means of gaihering all the tools j of "Ten Thousand a Year," 

into one crowd, than a dog-fight oralli'lex." 

procession similar lo the one which Ira-' , \ 

1 j^Piv* slave chiblren, under aix years of age, 

w. .e recently buined to death in Richmond coun 

ty, c. 

We regard it as a decided improvement 
on the Know Nothings -not more foolish 
and vastly more courageous and high 
minded. The Do-Nolhings arc not afraid 
nor asnamed to show themselves in broad 
daylight with banners flying. The Kiiow- 
Nothings choose the dead hour of night 
to concoct their treasonable designs. 

The Do-Nothings all wore masks and 
were unknown, but we have no doubl 
they were all men of a high order of tal- 
fent,for none other could conceive aud car- 
ry out the brilliants peclacle of Monday. 
In fact, no man of ordinary mental en- 
dowments could discover the "smartness" 
of the affair. They were followed all 
day by a crowd of literal know-nothings, 
who, to all appearances, were intensely 

readers relying upon these De- 
tectors, put out by Bankeis for the pur 
pcse of speculation. 

to mount upwards. I'he fears are, indeed, imag 
inary. but the example is real. I'nder its author 
ity, as a precedent, lutnie associations will arise 
with objCLts at which wt should shudder at this 
time, fhe society of .Tacobins, in aiiotlitr coun- 
try, was instituted on principles and viewsas virtu 
ousas tvti kindled the heartsof patriots. It was 
the pure patriotism of their purposes which extend- 
ed Uielr association to the limits of the nation, 

or spurious Bank notes, well calculated 
The Frankfort Yeoman is down j t" d^f'^C- We advise our merchants 
on cxtravag-ance in the following emphal- ' ""J businessmen generally, to discard 
ic terms: : tliese detectors — that depicciale money 

"E.VTRAVAOAKCE. -Theie isuotacounliy iiithe ! tor the sake of buying' il -and provide 
world where the people are becoming bo exttava j Hj^^.p,^,,, Kennedy's Bank Nolc i 

gaul m tne mode ol dressing and living as in the I ■' ! 

Uuited States. It is one of the woist signs of i and Commercial Review 

ts of the musliroom 
racy ate really disgusting. How ludi' ious 



the times, fhe habits of the musliroom^^ariBto.^ | ^^^-^^^ Weekly «.3, Semi Month- 

to set boys "sporting diamoii'Js by the thousand l_v §2; Monthly $^ ■ Strictly in advance, 
dollar* worth ai a time, whose lathti-s were accus- i ajj f r„„ p;i , k„,,.i, 

tomed to wheel barrows, aud whose children are ' ^'^'^•"ess Kennedy & Bro.. Pittsburgh, 

and rendered their power within it bouudless and Pfetty certain to be in the workhouse. Aud giris Penn. 

trick is so perfectly transparent, that a 
moment's iuvestigaiiou will disarm it of 
al! danger. For instance: In the same 
number of White's Detector lhatdiscied- 
iled the Commercial Bank, Indiana rao- 
BA\ i-jus quoted al 20 per cent, discount. 
The real rate of discount in this citv al 

—silly, si'npei-ing things, weighed do'vu with 

jewels aud bracelets — whose moiheis biok« their [ ' 
backs at the washing tubs, scouring floors aud I TnE Largest Salk Yet — Wc understand that j 
picking o.ikum. The real, substantial aiistooracy | Johu Bull 4 Co. shipped on the A. L. Shotwcll. 
n'.veriii.lulgein such fopperies aud fooleries." on Wednesday, for New Orleans, taWee hundred 
By the bye. Young America must be I doun of their S-ursapariUa, which they sold the 
a fast institution at Frankfort. Our boys ! J-')' before to onepariy. Thia is, we suppose, the 

11 I . I  . .1 -I ! largest sale ever made of any medicine. There 

arc tolerably soon, but we 'Ion t think , . " ■ u it ■ ■ c 

qnireso hazardous an example as little as anv ,i , • , " is no preparation in the United Sutes more popu- 

whieh could be proposed. The (Jovernmeat is, a't children to any grest ex- [ this— certainly none more deservedly so, 

this lime, going on with the process of civilising tent as vet. , and uoue more efKeacioiis iu its healing powers. 

the Indians, ou a plan probablv as piomi-ing __ . N,, . i . .i .i .i i i 

as any one of us is able to devise, and with g^^. Ral,i„,.eo P«.rio» c .bo ^ "^"K'-'lu'-'e these gentlemen u(.;n the hand 

resources more competent than we could cxpe.=t ^■^^he Baltimoie f atriot advi-eS the | ,orae bi 
. - to command by voluutary taxation Is it that the Whigs of Virginia lo affiliate with the 

that tune was per cent, Mr, White j new characters called into association with those Hunijjnite 

it was this power which degenerated their princi 
plos and practices to such enormities as never be- 
fore could have been imagined. Vet ibtse were 
,,. f 1 1 men; aud wc and our descendants will be uo more. 

1 heir object is perfectly clear, and the j The present is a case, where, if ever, we arc to 

guard against ourselves, not as wt art, but as we 
may he; for who can now imagine what we may 
become un.ei circumstances uot now imaginable ' 
The cbject, too, of this institution, seema to re 

businee; they arc realizing. 



vor^d our streets In-^t Mon-'-'j-. 
s tWe fool-killer? 


ies in the next elections in that| UelviderkHotkl. — Wc take pleasure in lecom • 
that a plan, originated by a meeting nf private in State. Wonderif the Whigs will lake j «o*i' 'iDg our friends and the public generally, 

to the caid of oiirneighbor Wm. A. June, of the 
Belvidere Hotel. Mr. J. has been in the Hotel 
business for scvei'al years, and we know him to 


bul clothed with the full confidence of the people •' It seems to us that il would be a slight 

Whij^could buyaliiOperilsitlhattherelsnodangeptbataueyuthority. climbing down from the hi-h positi 
•11 t.Toi- ..oni 1 . u I inarching independently alongside Ol the (io\ern =  ' 

.It .J per ceni. uiscounl, he, ment. i„ the same line and u. the .same object, which the Whiirs of Ihc Old Domini 

gave particular notice that he would buy i "'" ^.'"^e'-''.'''^'"' ^'"''V ' ' 

° •' that a plan, originated by a meeting III privu.. .„ 

uncurrent money, Indiana and all. Can't I dividnals isbctterthau that propo.sed by the con the disinterested ad^ ice of the Patriot? 
any one see that on every hundred dol '  = ''"'"»"''' "'sdom of the nation, not self chosen 
lars that Mr. Wh 

cent, and sell ... ., ^. . ^.,„„. ...ucuum, the same line and ui the .same object, wnicn tlie Wing 

was making fifteen dollars. Hence the ! '"'  "o'' P''*'"'^'^ ™"'»'"n. H'"'"''' «'"' ot^- have ever claimed for llieiii elves 
. , , 1 - u ,1 1 • struct the operations of the Government, or wrest 

interest which these chimney-corner ] ti.c object entirely from its hands' Might wc shall see what we shall see. 

Bankers have in publishing Detecloi-s l appoint a committee for each de- -— »— ■ . 

partment ot the tiovcrnmcnt, lo counsel and di if ij-n i,„ i  ,.,„...!.. .• i- e 

rcct ils head sep,uately. as volunteer ourselve. lo ^ '"'""'-3 K anian, speaking of 

crumsi'l and direct thv whole, in mass' And the New York Herald, dchi^^uares il as j 
niighi wc not do it ii.s vroli for their foroigu, their 


and tixing the rales of exchange. We 
consider it » duty we owe (o our readers 
and the 
these mownie 
cover them 

I'K' ! If'N.N liV THECOI'trr OP APPEAL ■. 

Pp.inkport* Tttll. I 

.sh*' *U) vn Sbihnii. Miirl"i'i r*'ver*f*(l. 
f;rti\''svi Btiles, \' u?litiii;ioir, rcverBi.Ml. 
O'.M.-all:.- vji SiiiimeN. RnhlU; T^-er.^e-l. 
Har^ V8 Candcrt, Butlitt: rever-»et! 
ThuMias V5 hiikev, Hulliu; rcverieJ 
Ibo.iiasvB Houghloiid; afflrmed a? i   -^t!-!"-- . hi 
ff'v* T^ '«1 as tn Maerrti'lor and 'I hoius::. 

Pno V8 Prtce. ^• Isod: ' 
Kiibtes vs W ilson, Nolgon. \ 
Rarj ''svs Vowlpg, Nelson; 

HoM 4 V8 Rowland, NeUou; i 
rh'»t.ia!) vB Tbor' a*, Nolaon, \ror» argued. 

FP.A.KKP3P.T. Jan. Z 
H'tbbs HowlaiiJ. N'^Uou; rOTeraoil. 
Barii-ja va Vowle«, Nt-Uon; reversed. 
Kin!:h vh ^mith. Wnshinglon; revLir»»*J. 
Whcsler V8 Gr^1^(fhler. Pendlelcn; reveraefl. 
Gebl'.art vg Jauuary, Ma*oii; petitnii ')\-err'iled, 


i^ba^lfrvs Oeohetruii, flanllii; 
ivJo^viniri rs .Mowniln, Harili*); wera artrucd. 

Belvidere Sot^T 

i;y wm. A. .lUNji. 
iTiAicui:'J' .s-rui':i':'r, 

itetweeii I'liinl and Fuiirlli Streets^ 

* 1 ' [IK iin leraiKiit* l. Iiavinir r'-'fltletl thi? :ibov ' largu 
-I jii'ij ruiuluriuMr «^lal lifliiiu'iit . bw Is jtrt* |tart*d lo 
iicf{ iniu' ila*t  his IrUMids. anil ttio jiiiblir ;;*!ncral)y, 
wilh bttardhiK by Ibu  la\ . n cek. tuoMli, or yei^r, i i.d 
dattern liitn:iflt lli&l bv i.ui a'nply ^utin:^ bll who may 

f.'Viir luiii   lib their i»atruiiapo. Hu ha* ^|lHr«■d iit- lih- i - -- ^ - 

 Tox(.en.-*o ir pain- in ren-leriiiu' hu hi u9o amonj ibo :i' hl-eral prices. CallawtUoo lh;;iii. jU T'o. ti.*i-ourtb 
H'al it the tlly.and idedgeB himB«lf t i bcepall that ' aiiint. lutwecii Main «!id Markw i. ^d3_ 

^'TMrali!con.i.ti. (ro, .v.ery^^ A CHA^'Ct: TO .^rfAKE IfI«T^EYI 

uiTordt', can be hati at all hour:i. j profitable and Hcnorabie Ximployment. 

A . I' lite l ur 16 Slocked wilh thd tbf'i  on Brandiev I , „ \^ i, ^ir.,..- h«v Sni- «ii ,.o^i.t i»i 

.vb CM Invite Oie atlcntini, ol lli,y,,iWie In g^^^^^^ fr,,„*35 t" $1" "ub "ill ■ e required, aaj ailylhing 

'•' -JU'^iS. Hropnelor. | ^.^.^ ^'J efflcienl, .'norgotu man can make from throe 

riOXiCE. I U; Ave do'lars per day; hijeej n.inio uf the itei,l« 

, , _j D..,i„sl n oioi. ovc'd aie l. alizicg twice lliat sum. Kvery 

Cheip Wliolesar.' anil Retai! tro- . j r.,„„g,ton win u given i.v addrefsinE. ip'.suige 
cervJStore, wm. .v k. slkh. 


imi'oii-i i:k.s«»|. 


-la- - 

t'oirlKii nnrt Doincntic Brautllex. 

i I WINES, (,! , I'KJAHS AMI l.lflHill.'N 01- ALL 

I iinat eldo Third elieot, liotn uen iMaln and Ihe RIvsi, 
' LOtllSVIIiLI',, KT. 

\ ii3nd« wj.v 

. »i:«'omi»-HAivD 


I HI ! - aiilh' rl2 !il to sail, low for cash, 

! ' [' t!!ijf Pr'.-a8, In good order; 

1 il ,111 CIlJ.!", 

1 Chill uikI .Mi ilium  ]'. ; 
91 Pr. Type- Ca«a- 
\ fi'ands, Talila, Imposing StouM, Sid. Fjr termft, 
'ipi'lyln W. H. .'U.HNtirOS, SK., 

ill»w3 At Times OIHca. 





n.\ VK Jast received a large Invoice of Clodci lor 
tlm *'irB l!3.*' /' 
I Ik'v iuviiH Biieiition to their suparior Hoet of Boe 
\i alrlies mill Jew, Iry tc be fiiillul In another column 

be amply ipialilicd to cater tn the moat tastidioua 
ta3tc. Hia rooms ai^ largi' and comfortable, and 
bistable contains tin b»it the market affords. As 
to his liipiors. they cannot be :^ut'i'iit: cd hy any 
house in the city. (Jive him a call and judce lor 

, ,. . , , n'lgni wc noi iio u as wen lor tneir loi'Oicu, tiieir , » i- i .i i- .i 

public ul laroe, lo expose all | f,a;al and theirmilit.iry, a«fortheirlndia£affairB7 "'hat pestiferous sheet, •which ihc 1- nllu-r | „;,,. „(„ 
nie hankers' l ick.s'when we dis- ^ ~ "f Lies has chosen as his vehiclo ol' com i for our 

^^TThe anniversary cclebraUon of ihe ' 

Ills llie hoast III the Bo. ton Know Nothing and 
Cnisa-Icr. ami I'llier* of now order, that ills municalion 

"llie must -niranlic" and |,oiverful society or party that ■ !• /• .i . ■ -. . , . ■ 

the coaiiiry ii.u ever knoivu, aii.i one Uiai wiu iwecp Deliet Ihat the rennsyl does not 

away, lite fifalhiTs. torin.-r polili.-iil associations, ami 

^nArtlr,.^ ^1' T ' I I 1 1 .11 ' liccoiiie prcdoTiii rts Hi 111 ill-' COM nt rv . 

Openin!,'Ol birard College, look place 0n,| tThe l..llo,vins notai. api emi-l at th- b ttom or 
Tlie'?cl,'\V thp 9rl ..I II A M ( Iho piice hy llie aiUlHir. answering lo Ihc aneroid alliT P''Pc'"' 

iuesu.iy, me /a, ,.t 11 o clock, A. M. 1 ,i„. ^..rd .■..n^illiile, ,17: "ihe il-r^y of the I iiil-.l 

SI iii.i  proi.ablv Im- e«t'iiM»i' d m pijtht thousand - CTThen: 
ll.c re. ' ir* thi. ,iorielv M hundred. Iml If ih*- 

The annivers.iry adilrcss was dolivcrctl 
hy Ocoroe M. Wharton, F.-^q. 

We are inclined *lo llic does not 
regard the New York Herald as a reliable 

population of 

I lormci he hilfeJ, ihe reasoning' ndl 1..- ;hf Australia, fur the niae wcekn ending September 

lUth, of 11,429 

jn'lic stc.i.ner .lames Hulhric reached the 
ht before with 70.0(11) burhels of coal 
enterprising fellmv citizen, .Mr. Leni. Ily 
There is now an "iliundance pf coal in mar- 
kc:, and it ou!rht to be ha. I by consumers at very 
low rates. 

XT' Pho be Knowles, late waiting m.iid to 
Miss Susan Dennin, has taken to the staire. and 18 
tc iring things with great success at Osw ego. 

[Richmond Diipatch. 

We call them chemites hero. 

HA' ING lakeu that woll-k''0*a siand occupied; 
heretofore by.l. F Kit); v C''.. co'iicr J**IIer»*in : 
mid Flovd itrcets' near lrt uiM ilie and Franhforl Kull- j 
r. 'id liepot, I roa.icclfully invite iho uttiMilion of .Mr. ! 
hiiig'ii I'lJ   iittemers. liml ihe publ'i; i» gi iiMral. t" i 
giviJi'O a oall, us I am defirnilii-jd to sell low for ca-h | 
or countrv produ'.'c. I 
■IJI dUVw'J' _ J. H. ' ir'M'PHf. 


obacco WaiTlioHse, 


.11,1 ,r Mianv ji'Li-s luspcil'o"! '" 

I l. . of lliT' h I'lso. ha»» taken ;i I 

1,.,:.. ,'. r.u ill.' ||KiM- of '.'.'Civ.n'.- ' 

an. I «r. ■ I • 1 r i.l»i-t.-i' 1 shii '" ' ' 

iicirhi'i. .ill clLirjEc* oil rou-ii ' inelil- ir,i 
ln-'relnf.-,rc. .^sle« w ill l  Maio'e whendi: 

i f i-.- ■•'* piiid reniilMd lo on .lers nccot.lii ■ I I 

. lri . .oc ;.romii;iv. • 

li'»liMviii'- iiii ■ 10 ll • ih' ' "St mukrl the plnntnrs , 
of the WV*', 1 lioj, - 1 -li.ll liaie 1 ■•onlinuslire of ihe . 
favors  .i lil.-riUy evtei..ied to,iri.' hoir.,i- h. i. lof.irc. | •■ 
I Kofereiii'.'-Merchar.!- r.M.ini-'iiiic , 
1,96 wtl It. HKH)1SI' ', Proprietor. 

Box out. l'hllartcl|'hi». Pa 


AS ^-orrcspoiideiits 

, PosiolBce. 

wilh the 

fc- Compiiiiie'j below, wo are pre 
I^ ^B-^ , pared Ui it-tt'ivo upplicatiuns .slid 
5af^59?^ forward sarvev,^ for imurslice. 
ih.  l-'olicies being Issued at the mother offlco!-. 
^\|K1 -liiK FlRl liN.;VKANCL COMPA^Y 

t '.ipilal, 




■S 200, 000. 
im-: iN.suuAiSLi-: to.mpany of 

.NF.W YOliK. 



Capital - - . - §-00,000. 

OP PlUl.AOH.I'hlA. 

\ a\ - - - $200,000. 

' ■ ns SOod. Fit 

;l' ."treel. ovit 
■ -. I'll to see our 
.f 'uilve 10 our 




• i;ti'i 1 :ut; 
1,1 r.iid 11' 

JCt^ a great deal lias been S!iid about ] aUND AY::::::::::: 
'•V.-.') Wo.tat-xdayt i the rccLiil demand of ^he proprietor of 
AiCK AND JNO. tJ. NOBLE, ; tbe Washington Union for incresseJ 
'»■'  "'""' •»' compensatioii as public printer under an 

riiiKi. sTtiiiKT, touisvu.1 E. KY. I a" passed nt (he last session of Con- 
,.,i,PT .'\-Tir,i iioiLAi - pii; ANxi M. 1 gress. The proprietor of tho Union has 
ihs"" 1''^*-'" t'nsparin..jl_v abused, r;nd ilie i'res- 

, iv, In. tir t Insertion ' i''^"' Al'orncy Gcneni! inaplioated 
"ilf;acc..D|.auK-J wiitith* 'in attempt to prc^ure 

;:::::: JANUARY 7. 1855. 

Bridge or Tuknbl. — In yesterdays' 
Journii'. appear^j a long communication 
under the foregoing caption: signed 
Bridjre." We supposed when wc 

Biidtre OTcr a Tunnel 

ft means 

"January i^^ss. 


ui-iville Journal after ex- 
yii ill .ib'.ijiii;; the Adminis- 
iiicr dciiuiuiciiig il as "the i ' 
.■(ulivi! of a wrettlud congeries of 

11.^ a contemptible mob of isms" — 

I, 1 rliaiac-tc tiie g.-ilh men  om- 
ihe Cabin 'las •'nit iiibers of fiei'-e 

of construction. Wc were mis- 
Althou^'h the writer promises to 

.':ueoriUeb».i»dTeriis»K [m ""-y from the Trea ury. The follow- i connecting the railroads oneitherside of readily as the Hebrews dia? 
! iiig article copied from liio Utiion explains , ^ ^^^^ tontempla'ion, and in 
ihe whole affair, ahd refutes all the vil., \ 
slanders that have been publi 'hcill ''^i|^ ^ 

" T Jw'" l.«r..vT vr \ "l"-'^*"^'^ demonstrate" the superiority 

' ...r v,;',, ''i ■ i" ' ' pr..mi-:o and winds up iioarlv two cul- 

vii aa puijlie printer by \ tue i ( i: . ■ j umns in the Journal as follows: 

piis.sud at ibe 1 scss"',ii of Coiictoss, -ilio.v ag , j lorffoftea. Moss:?. Editoi*. until Bumming 
!iu iij^rta-se ul compi n^alion. to tlic Huic f t M 
]M' eeiil., to fimili^ri'S i:i the li'Kisliiliv"- ' f- 

lyWc never "argued that the pcopk of the j Tl'KSDAY;; 
United States ought to admit foreigners to all the | 

rights ol' citi/.eiwbip as readily as the Hebrews MbbsaoB OF THE Pkksioent. — In the 

did "- [Lou. Tim.s j VTashiuglon City papers, of the 4lh, wc 

\ ou said, that. It there existed a naUim, which, o rn -i d- 

fi-oui ii.s peciili:u institutions, ought to have been . find the Message of I'resiUent rierce, 
disirusUulottoreiguersaudaveiSL tolheiruatural^ j gj^ian^torv of his views upon the sub- 
ization, thi' ancieiii. Hebrews wore that naUou, anu ! f J , i .u 

, T i^jjp 


United Siates shuuM j " " ' ^^^^ difficult of i^olu- 

ht3 ol citizensnip aa )  ■ . , ■ • ■ 

tion tlian tiiis. Opinions on this subji ct 

are as numerous as the interests involved. 

The difficulty of arriving at anything like 

saw the heading of the article and its you thi-n und-Ttoulc to show how liberal the He- j ject of Internal Improvements, by 

, . . „i:„i ,„„ r''«"'* "'■''"S "'""i' '^'^ ^ No problem (■ 

Signature, that we were to be enlighten- I jivhu- iiuthoritv. ].  ihen- ol your readers. I ""^"'^' " a"' . ,■ 

ed on the sucerior adv?ntaces of a I "hod''' no^ s"l'P«« yo" i*-* j n*' ='«'^ with the domestic policy ol 

,j ply that the peorle ol tlii- " ' -'•■•■'i'' ' ■ - 

IS ot I admit foreigners to the ri; 

loili ' llie »- auiii' i ii^ nnMi »i • v., ... . 
„iii/s iu the wide-inoulli  d and thron^ 
• iificr.'ill this and much more 

pjnn'eiitol itn.- -ovinimtut. Mr. Oulhriereji -'t- 
eil llit'claini. v i the i.iouiid tli;it tin' U v ncvcriii- 
liMnIofl tfi ii)i!hiile in its pr(ivi-i4,us ilie "pal'iie 
pijriler," who is eoinniouly siii»P''Si' l l-j lie in t le 
ivi Kill ol a eomlbrtable "maiym" of pivfilon ill 
one of I tbf work he does. Hou L ver, we do not see v.l.y, 
il iliu irWtT ot' ihi' 1 irt ii regarded, there sh"i,ld 

I lip, the brid;;!' and tunnel question piilin-ly. and 
tear I hnve taken so wide n scope in my remarks 


iijf mass 

the same Mirt, the .Journal suddenly 
,nds itself gr. ally in love wi 

liiesii -wide-moiwlicd" geiillemen coin- i,., .i:,^.,,!,,^ .j.,,;^,^ -xi„, u-uth is. t; .--o I i-^.^ u\e promised demonstrations 

Musin.i- l.lie caliinel, Mr. .lames Guthrie, - - of inoi-y by re^oliuiou of (; n- ■ 

puMii^ i.M - "... . J ..f a bid and loose system pre- 

iVecretary of the 'i'reasury. n . :',ioii: .md, «c incline to bel e\e, 

The lourual cau"ht eaoerly nt 'Hhe ; i'.^ icoa^' i.o. . l the pusent ag-rep.wionof w.oug 

I. lie uiioio   n .,, pr.i.Mioe.s tli. ie wliicii lii.s uradui'.ih Liuwn 

-rcrelary and the piibhc ivriaj(|» iioax, it i.._(ii,i,.„,„a Tion..^. 

il has a weakness for Imaxcs) wlijU^Jibc | The claim referitd to in the fon-goiug article. 

' .,, .. 1 1 ■ i;, li^B.rd lia.s bi-iii ilie .-iibieel of a sfries ofgoss misre|ire- 

;,;ider Will hnd explained in anotl^ol- , ^,„i^,i„„. ,,oT,oiioe from us, 

! i)e aiisr of tin? well known iiialiyiili.y ol the cor- 
! re p mdenls w ho origiii.ittd tlierii. and of 'liejoi r- 
' ri.iU to whir'h ih 'v Vv.vo l . on witien. As Ihv^e 
eiiiumei wi'll as otii;i'li', 

' it in;t^- I ;to falsi: consiiui; 

iioii m:i_i . i ; 'i:. o.i :i live, to stale brielly 

■ Il ■ f.icts of the jase. 

.\a far as tlie statement as to the claim in tiio 
article above goeii, it is subsCiuiliailr euii i et; bnl , 
' the case may be lully uiKlirstiAid, and the 
- , f • -laseiiesa of th" misrci'tf-.-^onlatious may be dis. 

eyes in a perfect phrcnzy ot pious con- .^^ nree,-is,.ry t.. give- the fiets m. .« 

sternation, at the wickedness of the Ad- ndeatil. . ., , 

, , , 1 1 f " In eoiHc i(ionc!' ol the ;:rale increase in all ilie 
ministration. At last Ihey liait j |„ ^\-.,^|,j,,„j,,,, 

Sumelhin"' aoainsl it, and wiiat mattered j  )oiigicss, at its late he-^ision, t j inerca^e she euiii 
^ f , . f 1 „ I ncnsation of ilie !;ovenimenl eniploveesai the rale 

it to them whether it was titie or, | ,c twenty per e. 'nt. So f ir a^ tlie employee.' in 
it-was much better than nothing. The ' le.-i-Vuive deiMrlment Keie conecined, the 
« ■ 1 1 • 11 1. • let tor till ir relief and lienelit, p:u'sod on the :J'l'Ji 

Louisville Journal taking ail the.^c mi^er- i .,, .;„ij._ ,„54^ as follows: 
able lies for .''ispel truth, went into ccsta- 'oi'i' redohilion to fi\ the eompcnsalioii of tlie 
. " ' 1 I J • employees iu the legislative department of ilie 

■iesof dell;^iil over what it was , ^.overiiiiient, and lo piohiliii the allowance of 
to term the "stern integrity of the Sec- ' the usual ex'.ra eoniren. utiou lo such as receive 

,,, ' ,, rpi !• i!ie lieiirlils In rcof. 

letary ol the ireasiiry. ilie edilor UemUnl by iht Sr„ak ,imt llmsc of U iirtsrn- 
.even went so far as to write a leader on i nm-s i f ihK Vniietl stolen nf .itncrieam Cnnurr s 

i- .. J. , , ■:ssrmbM, 'I'li iltliv; officers, eh iks. niesseii  l i 

the "Stern integrity ol the becrctary ol „„, e,„,,io„.(.5 ;„ the l.-Lslative dei.ait- 

uiiii. 'I'his coiileiniitihle shindl 
■.nji. ared in the New York Herald, and 
: ,c Whig pre.-.s lliroughoul tiie counli-} 
■iv - swallowed it with the voracity of i. 
half starved pike. Whig ediiors rai.~o l 
■lieir innocent liltlo hands in paroxysiuf ! 
Ill" liolv horror, and rolled their lillU 

[Louisville Journal. 

Wc suppose that most of our readers 

understand that we 'anerallv say what „„i;„„ u,,,. i.„p„ 

° . -, , i..^ r a proper and satistaclory policy nai. t een 
wc mean. We are not in the na«rt oi i ' , , , .i., r.. . , 1. « I 

niployecs in the l.'giiilative depi 
the TreasurVi" basing its remarks on the j "'■ m of lliegnvenimcu!, shall bepaidan increa.'^ed 
, r 1 I • "mpcnsation of twiuty m r cent, upon the cooi- 

Washington correspondence ol that lying .,i.,ation novi n e. ive.i by th 1 in respectively; .ind 
bhoet, Ihe New York Herald. iVow we ; iie messengers of ihe House of Kepreseuiuti' i s 
. . 1 !• t !• ! '''ail not receive les.'f limn is allowed to mesiieii 

have no objccUon lo tho high comjill- ■ of the .■5enatc of the same class; such iii- 
ments uuid Mr.' tiutlii ie by the   ditor oi i ' ■ eoQipeusaiion to e-jmme«e.! from the lir. t 

1111 ayol July, Pi',lilei n hundred and htty-thiee; 
the Journ;il. No one ever tloubted the | i,j thata sum suliicKnt to pav the same io !ii" 
intc.a-itv of the .Secretary of the Trcas- | ^''iisietli of June, elghtfen hunilred aud lilLy-hve, 
^ - 111 f''' '""'by ap|uopruted out ol any money in Ihe 

ury. The Joliniiil is the only paper of ! ..i ,, .m y" not o.licrwise appropri.itod: P'romdid. 

any re.spectuhility that ever jnipugtitjd ! ' '''V' i''"''^"" . . 

, ■' . . , . f , I y i'''^'''"-' "PPi^Jved April twenty two. eightfc i ,,, 1, is iiid in his opposition to the Mem 

that inle;;rity. We do not   refer as far i oindred and liliy -four, shall be benvlii. d by ihi.. 

I 111!, resolmion: And ymmdiJ farther, That Ihe 

iliat I shall trespass too much upon your valuable 
eolumiis. I prt mi«ed, however, to denionsiraie 
ihe superior «dvaiitages of a bridge, and ll.erc- 
lore must trv, but will defer it until another niiin- 

We suppose ve must wait patiently 


"inpe that ' Bri(?i-i" will favcr the peo- 
ple of Loir vilie nith his views on the 
sulijecu .It an early day. We are in fa- 
vuriif a luiiiul at pu -' nt because we 
l)elie c ilKii a tunnel would be belter for 
the m'' ■ it and convcDiein e of Louis- 
ville. If "Bridge" can convii '-e us thut 
his pic] I e l iiKide of e;int ■ ctiiig the 
!wo shores wou!' ice to our 

interest and conM in i.i i , : n we shall 
lie for a bridge. We regard the qxies- 
lii.iias one of interest and not of prin- 

The writer for the Journal under the 
I'l.'vernfa bridge lakes occasion to nd" 
\ ocate the Nashville Road and disparage 
I lie Memphis Air-Line Road. We have 
itot the slightest objection to the Nash- 
\ ilie Koad, and should like lo see it con- 
.•-tnicted; but when tho question comes 
up between that iind the Memphis Road, 
Wi- are decidedly for the latter. 

It seens a little curious to us, that we 
eruinot be a friend of the Nashville Road 
v. ithiiiit disparaging and ridiculing the 
Air-Line Road. But we have never yet 
■ ••ad a communication in favor of the 
lir-l-named project, that did not t.xhibit 
ih'j bitterest hostility towards the last. — 
K.i! one single argument can be adduced 
ill favor of the Nashville Road, that does 
i.ut apply with three-fold force in favor of 
tho Memphis route. 

The arguments which "Bridge" brings 

. , I very urcatly increased by the fact, that 
hintint' at things and le.ivins? the inter-: , ° . , • . . ,i„ 

iiiuui.., ^ the quesii';n of improvements by the 

ences to be diau i. by i.ur le ideis. , ■ ■ . i ■ i i . 

; , ^ , ,^ , . 1 . , .11 federal government has mingled very 

In the Journal ol ilie 4th, you slated 1 . , . „ r ,, i-,- „i 
, „,. , ■ 1 X- . I prominently in all of our late political 

that "the Times arL'ued in the hist place  ^ ,. , , c -.e \ .i 

° ., contests. It has been a fruitful theme 

that the people ol the United btates \ ^ ^. • r .i i 

*, . . , ■ 1 of discussion for the very good reason, 

ouirht lo admit foreiiiners to the exercise I .i 

^ ° ' that there is probably no other question 

of all the riijhts of citizenship as readily I e, i i i n i i 

, „ ° ,. , „ , ,n. that can be so jirohlably handled by 

as the Hebrews did. We, ,u the Times .^^^ „„,i,,-sland lu, other ,,0- 

of the 6th, denied your assertions con- j.^.^^, „,„rality. than that dependent 
cerniiig our position; and to P'ove your ; ^^^^^ ^^,^^,^1^^^^ cupidity of the 

former statement, vou very innocently 
inquire if we have any readers who do 

human hearl. There is scarcely a con 
gressioiial district in the Union, in which 

not suppose this, that, and the other?— j ^ demagogue rpay not, with some sue 
This kind of testimony will not do, Mr. | g^g^^ appeal to the cupidity of the people 
Jouriifil. We modestly .suggest, that, ; presenting some project which may 
hereafter, when you desire to substan- j pour money, or trade, or .some other di- 
tiateyour own statenienis concerning our | ^.^.^^ benefit into their laps at the expense 
sayings, doings, arguings, and mcaniugs, I Treasury. There could 

that yuu quote from the Tines, which i„, „„ ijjgi,,.,. evidence of the adapt;ibility 
evidence, we have no doubt, would be j „f American people for free insliiu- 
quite satisfactory to your readers and u,;,,, ti,^ fj^^^ ti,at notwithstanding 

save yourself an immense deal of Jrgnible ^1,^. inducements thus offered in support 

of a system of extravagant and corrupt 
legislation, their intelligence .Tnd patriot- 
ism have been superior to all temptation. 

It is true ihat at occasional intervals 
Congress has been favorable lo such 
legislation, biu most fortunately for the 
country, it has happened that those ma 
jorilies in Congress have been checked by 
the firmness and wisdom of the execu- 
tive. And as we remarked in an article 
a few days ago, the country has never 

111 try nil 

lo .'tscerlain what 

1 839, 

hut to a more recent 

b.ick as 

The editor of the Journal finding him- 
.•self unable to exjiress :ill liia admiration 
i'or Mr. liutiirie in his leader of Tliuis- 
day, in his paper of yestefday, copies 
from the New York National Demucrat, 
a paper more hitler if possible against 
the adminisiraiion than the New York 
Herald. The extract which the Journal 
of yesterd.iy jfubli-ilies, is the same false- 
hood thu'. appeared in the Herald, only 
it is expressed with more profanity. — 
The editor of the Journal admires it all 

save the d ns. AuJ- one with half 

An eye can see that tfie motive of the 
Journal in giving publicity to those vile 
shiiideis i:. Dill so int eh for the purpo- 
of ciiiupli Mien ling Mr. Gulhrie7 as for iii 
.^iake of injuring President Pierce and 
'the AUoi iiey General in the opiuiun of 
'the public. Now thu'. the whole thing is 
exposed and sh"Wii tii be false, will the 
Journal be as ready lo ilo justice to Ihat 
piirlion of the Cabinet which the report 
was calculated lo injure, as it was to give 
publicity to llie slanders under cover of 
ciirajiliinentiiig Mr. Guthrie? We sll.^ll 

Anihiew .fACKiON. — Mr. Baldwin, in 
liis work upon "Party Leaders," closes 
his notice of Gi^neral Jackson hy cli:irginif 
liiin wiili lacking in mat/nanimifi/. The 
Washingtim Globe, of January Isl., con- 
tains an exceedingly temperately written, 
but satisfactory response to this charge. 
We regret that the length of the article 
prevents us from copying it entire into 
our columns. The editor of tho Globtr 
demonNtrates with great clearness that 
magnanimity was the most distinguishing 
feature in his life. The very incidents 
cited lo fasten on General Jackson a cruel 
and revengeful character are u.sed by the 
editor of the Globe to refute the calum- 
ny. Every conflict in which he was ever 

'in', resolnlioii 
 i 'II il extra '.vinpeii...atioii shall not berualter bi 
.' lowed lo any person receiving llie Iji'U' fit* of tlii i 
,'  int ri'Solulion. 

Appixived July 211, I'^i'i!. » 
Tho '.nigiiiige of this ri. olulion is p!.;inaini iiu- 
: ;nbiguoii-i 11 einbraeCf Bfry nffior. rlfrk. r;  s 
■"•n;^, unit other cinjilotfre eiij^age.: in the le'^'i.'-ia- 
I'v departn ent. fhe publiu I'linieis of the t.'.-o 
li occuji) the relation 01 njjictrs (hid emphtt 
' 3 to Coiigrese; and hence U.^y -ons'rui-d the 
I '-soiurion to he frr tht t h^n- (ii^ well .9 for ,ill 
1 he:s '• I S. Thr; snme rea 

: 'ni ul ■ of th..- co.npenta 

I'Oll of : il' -il 

» i!'.\ cipia! t' 1- 

e -i-.-e ol no (■ ' . ■ 

: . * 'licit dserinunii-oon 'i,."ii 
1 .:: ■ lan^in^'e 01 the t ■■:r::ij-'' 

phis Road, are merely childish and do 
li lt deserve or require refutation. Mul- 
I'.'.-'Uigh's Hill is the great bugbear. 

Trodblk in the C.^Mr. — From the 
ijcxington StHtesman we learn that the 
ISunllinitcs had a llare-up, at their meet- 
ing in Lexington on the night of the 
fourth. S(;veral members becoming dis- 
gusted with the sellisli and narrow-mind- 
ed policy of this disgraceful band of 
"Americans"( !) withdrew from the or- 

We wonder how a high-minded gen- 
tleman, must feel to he skulkinu; around 
the corners after dark to meet his broth- 
er braves and with them — protected by 
outside sentinels — devise ways lo save 
the country from the alarming influence 
of the Pope's toe or th 3 startling en- 
croachments of a jioor Irishman ? — 
Beautiful, brave, pairiotic, midnight 
conclave ! They arrog:ite to themselves 
the little of "Americans," but they re- 
semble Americans only in shape; their 
acts, arc more like the midnight delibera- 
tions of ho'ise-breakers and assassins. 

;;;;:;:::;::;JANUARY U, i iocidental power is explained in a clear 
and lucid manner. He holds that the 
particular improvements must be neces- 
sary to the execution of the express pow- 
ers, or they do not come within the juris- 
dictiun of Congress. 

The extent of the power of Congress 
to make river and harbor improvements, 
for the purpose of facilitating navigation, 
is very elaborately discussed in the Mes- 
sage. The difficulty of fixing upon any 
rule, by which the question as to the na- 
tional or local character of an improve- 
ment could be infariably determined, is 
acknowledged, but the diflficulty does 
not beem lu u^^ so insui niounlable as lo 
warrant the concession to Congress of as 
large an amount of discretion as is ad- 
mitted by the President in his Message. 
If the power cannot be limited, it would 
be wiser lo avoid the exercise of it alto- 
gether. The President thinks that the 
danger of abusing this discretion would 
be greatly lessened if Congress would 
require the States to surrender their ju- 
risdiction over the sites of permanent 
works, and also abandon the practice of 
includinj^ more than one object of im- 
provement in the same bill. The last of 
these suggestions would unquestionably 
be very beneficial in its results. 

There is one suggestion in the Mes- 
sage which we should rejoice to see ac- 
cepted by Congress, for the reason that 
we believe it would remove from Con- 
gress a most vexatious and dangerous 
Subject of legislation — the passage of an 
act permitting the States lo levy tonnage 
duties for the improvement of their re- 
spective harbors. The advantage of ihis 
system is thus succinctly stated in the 
Message — 

" Harbor impmvenients thus constructed and 
maintained, the expenditures upon them being 
defrayed by the very facilities they aftbrd, are a 


a ,' linsl which 'he friends of said Road who never misses anything that strikes 
ii.-e to butt out their brains. After plac- ihe public mind, thus discourses about it: 

ttiis hobg"blin before us to freeze our ' l'ROThST,\sTs ,\t a I' m.- 

, , T  • 1 ,. Bientol a new holv oHice, to be 

fciood and sear our eye-ball?. "Bridge u.stant Lile As-surance C. 

Louiaville Price* Current. 

MoKiiti. Junuar] e, itJSS.) 

The wenlber for the putt xeek h«« been warm anil 
Lleur, for the roojt part. Rut triday and Saturday it 
was drlzily aud rainy, lor the most part of the two days 
Saturday uight and Kuodty moruliig, snow fell U  Ihe 
depth of about three Inches, and melled about »' 
fast US il fell. It has cleared off cold, and the ground 
Is now frozen. 

ThB Hirer ij atioul on a sund, with 5X feet lu Ihe 
canal, and 4 feet 5 Inches In the pass on Ibe falls. 

Business (or the past week has been less active than 
might be expected 111 consideration of the rise In Ihe 
river and the faiiliUes f'lr tho transiiorlatlon affreights 
li) aU Ihe different points up or down the river. 

Hi.ouR— For the past week has been arm, and we 
quote sales ef 400 bbls at $7 -25, »T 0(1. 

WHuK-. — Dull.and price, hav-- declined 'I cents on 
tUi- gallon. We note nalfs ul im bbl... t'um '.'Ij t" '.'6c. 

HaovmuiKii The markel presents more arl'Mty 

than It has for several weeks. We note sales of ' 740 
bbls Mess Pork during the week at %11 oiKstl" .'O, 
part cash, balance with interest 30 days. 13,000 ^i les, 
rib, back bone l ul. Si, i.acked; 5 lUs shoulder' out 
•all 4),; 50(1 pes Hams from salt O.',, black weiglii . 

GaocaRiiia. -200 hhds sugar .5®5 {. 

Corriii.— 40(lbagi Klo ut ll'»Jll jc; IS do Java 1.1  ,. 
Mol.kssiss.— '.'0 bbls superior i|ualily inolassi'^ at 

The demand for Coffee and Sugar are better, bui prl 
ces are unchanged. 

ToDAei o.— Receipts small and prices Hrm. Sal"iof 
113hhda from t4 35 to  8 Of, accorJiog lo loriuii!;iy. 

H008.— I ho market has been ijuite dull . We . uly 
hfar of one sale of a lot of 70 head, from IllO t.i .'00 
lbs., corn fed, P. T. The ruling ralei are t4 '' • lo 
$4 50. We hear of no sales ;or cash. 

Loniiivlllo Wholesale Price* «'urrr 11 1 , 


alb; AMI I'OKTEK, » bbl « 00 ® 9 


Pearl, t % 




.Navy, 4? bbl 

Itulter and Water Crackers. 

Soda Risen its, (? Q, 

BUITEl;, p a, 

Goshen Hiiller 

BAGlilNG. tP yard 



BKAS, f KKI is 

BEANS, t  bushel 3 50 _ 


Western, If ||, \1 ® 

Eastern 13 ® 


Common Kentucky, 1^ M 150 ® S on 

.Spikes . 





V n . 

volunteer charge on those only who sec fit to avail 
themselves of such facilities, and can be justly com- 
plained of by none. On the other hand, so long 
a-s these improvements are carried on by appropri- 
. . . ations from the treasury, the benefits will con- 

yet failed to approbate the inlerposilion Unne to inure to those alone who enjoy the facil 

ities afforded, while the expenditure will be a 
bunlcn ii\-OD the whole couutry, and the discrlmi. 

Pi'.vcil ON Know-Nothi.nos. — The cry 
\ iiich "Bridge" with astonishing facility I of "No Popery" which has been .so often 
I as placed in a direct line from here to | heard in BriJsh history has been raised 

eieniphis. It is the rock U))oii which the ! again, itnd 110 doubt caughl from the ex- „ 

Air-Line Road is bound to split, and ample of "Brother Jonathan." Punch,- po'^'lioa papers at the supposed tardiness ! emigrants intending to become *ono ^^^ 

.c . T, . _K ..f.t,„ P,..;,l„..i ;„ fiilKlli.,,, ihU I of New tJrciiada, and of coursc Subject to hcr 

of the consititutional authority of the ex 
eculivc upon such occasions. 

At the last session of Congress, a few 
days before the adjournment, an "in- 
ternal improvement" bill, containing a 
sufficient number of appropriations to 
secure the support of a majority of the 
members, was passed, and returned by 
the President with his veto. That Con- 
gress might have an opportunity of act- 
ing upon the veto before the adjourn- 
ment, the President was compelled lo 
return the bill with a very brief state- 
ment of his objection, but promised to 
communicate during the present session 
the reasons for his dissent. 

Considerable impatience has beci 

nation a double injury to places equally requiring 
improvement, but not equally favored by appro- 

iO* The editors of the Times arc almost as 
muck too smart as they are too funny. 

[I.iOuisvillc Journal. 

Oh. you cruel thintr ! Don't! 

The following advertisement is 
taken from the editorial columns of the 
New York ExprcK: 



MOST iiei.iuhth;l parts ok the 


Gov. Marcy, Secretary ol Stale, baring decided 
in relation to the "Kinney Expedition," that inas- 
much as he no knowledge or information, 
other than that expedition is w ith the iiitciilion of 
effecting a settlement in New Grenada, for iniu- 

V 9 

7 ® . 
3! ® 

3 50 ® . 

S (OJ . 

10 ® . 

30 (SI . 

'.T (Si 

n ® 
' .'® 

33 (S . 

1 50 ® . 


Hair Spanish 

Cuba Sixes 

Havana 51xc8 



4 T5 ® S .'.(I 

3 110 ® 4 00 

4 00 ® 5 (Kl 
'.t 00 ® 

Kio, c tb 

u ® 


I.agu) ra 

12 i® 



15 i@ 
@ . 

lli i 

St. Domingo 


17 (S 


II ® 


i2 ie» ■ 

con O.N— 







8 i * 



It.tzen Yarns, ."iWl, 

!) & 

'•' i 

» 600, 

a ® 



18 i® 



18 ® 


CHKKSK, Wtisicrn 


1 1 

HilKt A[.i.Iy 




40 ® 




4 ® 





5 ® 




S ® 


1*1 ® 



13 ® 

1 1 


 JI ® 

• r , 1 I 1 . 1 i_„ „. 1 ing and agricultural purposes — the Government of 

iiianifeslcd by members and sundry op- | ^^^^^ ^-^^^^ ,„ -^^^^^^^ ■ 


! J pin • 
C 'llSlllr. I ■ 
t" Hhieh we.iipv 

l! the H-.JU-'e ; 

k ;ig ilio ebiri 
V I-' neuie al' 

He,;:umeiiL in 
til. It our claii. 

» as preseiiti il lo .Mr (TUlhrie. 
.i:.d di 

uti.l were w e 
: not deem it 1 : 

It was ex imintd ! ', 
..iru liom u.^ 

riie anuoiince- 
•iilled the I'm- 

I — . - . .-5- wiM.iii. i.inr ii~-uiiiiin: . ompany. appears in 

• 1 ».. rv rrravelv as'Otlishes us wilh an arfju- 1 'he columns of some of our contemporaries — 
•.iK.-n was u I'i'. i • . " . :Wc have not seen the prospeetui. but we uiuli r- 

t', two^fcl- I'.t w;iich he, ;,o douol, ues:gn'- shpll sir,i,d Unit the following isone of the papers which 

„T:;k i ' .It both war-s for the Nasbviile and P'='"=^" '"i"''''^'' "P **'°P«'- 

" "'^ - j P'.iscs to ell'.'ct an assUmiicc with a omnanv bear- 

o-Huaek» I ;,.^r,uusl t e Memphis Road. As this is ; in» 1 similar name: 

n^'*;'" ma'l^' f^^i^ soecim.n of the cogent ivasons ' ... ,] 

■' ' loa* . • o • 2 In w.i.'.t .iuid of odincc was you christened? 

ifutw .hat 11 I I, (_,! comraunicaii'vn, .vt shr.'l g'vt Are vou .pite sure that it wa.i not, and ueverhad 

" ''""- 7 ! i; .,0 our readers at the risk of its killintr ' been'a Roman Catholic place of wei-ship? 

■ ' ■ r J !■ s Have yon ever been a IJicteii With l usi.'yism^ 

^ t'..'.- Mtinpliis Road forever. ! 'I. Do you regnlaily subscribe to buy aGuy.aiid 

a with xMMbI to Ih- question of alignment, ! durifg cer .un hour^ at loa-t. on the ilU of 

I might in(i^Pfh.' t sort, of an "air ;ine" would | -""""einb v. :i, cariyin;, him ab' Ui ! 
... . , ... il i e from '1"^ nrnri, of Silt river down the Ohio I J. Would ycu take winc with a llnmau Calliolie 

n- cessary to Ili'.ii. .t by .iiiy .n-uinent when it ' _ .. ^^^^ tributaries- 1 yei't'CmaP, or dirce with a Roman CJatholic lady ' 

then ac- - I 'ub!o land between this and l id yon ever ea.'l the mi1S.1l by any other 

, ): .ugh creek, and then down the latter; or what i"*^- ' ''''• ,spcik o lilie Roman 

■ I , , ' Sd tof on "air-linr" would it jc to follow arourd Calholiccler-y except as Popish pi iest-? 

V',1 ',. 1 1 i , I ''"T' i I"' 'hi? ■'•.alley of the Ohio, and then attempt to get ■ ' • Were you ev, r tronbleo with the slightest 

Ilea were not t. n ib.e; .nii'l '''''' • '''a' c  ''V'Ctic.ii. 1 ^.-. ^^^^^ ^.^^^j^j^ 1 = ' as to the nU:mate de.stinv of every lav and 

obt iiiied hi ; eoiisent to ex'imiiicsni^h :,rs.i- • ' . . \, , 1 clerical professor of the Koniaii Catholic faith? 

m' mi as wcmight be able toaddii-je, witha vn'w ! There It is. Now for the deduction. 1 S. Do vou eonsiderilposL-iblefora Reman Cath- 
to a leversiil ot his leiinii n. We submitted tbe ! /■ , -«« , . olle in .1 ,.  i.ii,„l tion ' 

resolution lore'in-ti-uetion to seveial able lawyer.., I ' f you can t go from here to Memphis '"^^'iK^t T^^^^^^^ „,ight be 

.I'll! liid b'.i.ire ilie ,ee,. taiy ol ilie Treasury th, ir [ wiihoutdiveioilig— no matter llOW slightly , v.oir complaint, to take a dose of .Jesiiit'shark » 
cpin, Ills, tojrclherwithanai.n-umentby the Sn,- | •.ir-line it is 110 lir line Ht all ' W'ould vou drink S. Jullien. S Emilion, S. 

ate prnier and one by outsell. Mr. Guthnt !• - J '"^'" "ne , u is no an line at all - - 

turned with a secinidopiniou. in which heudher-d ! W ell, if you can't have an air-line, you 
iiiiiis tti-sl decision. Whilst he did not denv tli .t | , , . 1 • 1 11 ■ , 

the p-ji,|ir priatei-s were embraced by the turns 'f I I-'''! better have a Circle and done with 

the lesohniou.he aiislied himself th.t it i:..t , j,. f„„| a? rou will have to curve some- 

the .ntentioii of l ong.-... ... e.v.n nd i.s benehU 'o , ^^^^^ ^ . ,uter, niece, female eousiii, dat^hter, 

• evci worn as ornament, a cross ol any ktinl ' 

a complete circle by the way of' I'i. Have yon been vaccinated, and if to, was 
XT .|,vil|u " 'y"itl' taken from a I'lotestaiit doctor ! 

' . I 14 Do you feel a due avci-si in for the Douay 

iVe submit that the above is a fair in- vei-sion? 
,• f ,1 1 1 , I 15. (iivo .1 reference to an intimate friend who 

I. lence from the an.'ument adi aticcd | n,,, ^,,1^.^ o,„t yon are in no danger of 

,„ . . . , , by "Bridire." It is a kind of chou- 1 believing that anv louinnndment about duty to 

orgive any opinion. Ail iniiiiialions or eliars. - ] , | v„„r neighbor was ever iiitemled to refer to a 

of the President in fulfilling this prom- 1 

ise, but now that the promised "exposi- | Therefore, Ihc Cuban junla, having purchased 
tion" has been furnished, we opine 

tlx-iii, and npiJii iln-t f^ix.uiid rcjteU'd tin: olaioi. 
Ai'li' iigh his rea-'oniiig failed entirely to chan o 
our I'lunion as lo ihe h g.ility aud justice of iliu- 
el.iiin, wedetermiiied to aeqiiicsee wtihiiUtpri^ecu- 
tiiig an appeal. .\'o ilfoit outside of the arL:i- 
inei:'-i iieloie .lilii'K-d to was made lo iiitlin-iiee i)t , 
'i'^ lie - i . 11 The .\ltOl-lir.V General ; 
not e in-iilted, nurdl'l he ever examine the subjc 
Ail iniinialioiis or eliar 

Peniy, S. E»tephc, or any other wine tianied after 
a Popish saint? 

II. Would you do at Rome as they do at 

I'i. Has your grandmother, great aunt. Utile 

■al support of liini heietoloie, we li.iieappre 
bended that this circumstance might liavu a con 
engaged was superimluced by his too n"""? '"^ ''•"''''''"'- tint, whilst wed. 

, ^ , . fiot assent lo the eorreetiiess of his opinion, w 

great readiness to protect others Irora have never doubted that it was honestly and con 
oppression; the truth of which is most 

involving him' or ti.o Piesident. or any .me els. . { logic, that does not appear lo US iiuite I in^mber of the Roman Calholic religion ' 

•'lU::iS"o':sn."'''^Sr:ra;i'"^^ i -^i^f-^ory, bm we are wimng to believe - 

I'liose only ceuld entertain siuli an idea wlm ai" ! tli lt "Bridge" believes in it and acts U]i j llJ" The Know-Nothings in Kentucky are al 

to it, if anv one doubts his sinceritv. ' 'eady quaneliug amongst themselves alxmt place 
' " • il w . 

lei ihem read his communication, and try '"" I*"'"'' 
it by his own philosophy, and the conclu- 
sii'ii is inevitable that. "Bridge," con- 
scious that he did not know everything, 
eiiiicluded that he had better be a down- 

basi- i nough to make itieh con.-^iduralions ll '■ 
^.riiiiiid.* o; their own uelion.i. Mr. Giithne" ; 
cli ii .ieter for ...tern iotegriiy is too well known I • 
require now to be bolstend up liy hy(xicrilie i 
coiiinien'.lation.i of men who have heretofore pin 
sued him with heartless cilnmnies. So far Iiom 
expeetiu;; him to I'av ir our claim because of 01 - 

clearly established by a reference to his 
personal difficulties. The time has not 
yet come when the people of the United 
States are prepared to appreciate the 
great abilities and lofty virtues which 
formed the character of Andrew Jack- 
son. Although many of the calumnies, 
that pursued him while living, were en- 
tombed with him, enough of partisan 
hate and prejudice is yet left lo defile his 
memo-y, He was the chief of a great 
party in the fiercest political struggle 
through which the Republic haseverpass- 
ed; and animosities engcidered in such 
a strife must exist until those, in whose 
bosoms they rankle, have descended into 
their graves. 

iOrThe editor of the Journal desires 
to know what will be the proper time 
for the President to communicate his 
views lo Congress on Internal Improve 
menls. Unlil Congress passes anolli- 
er bill the President cannot, of course, 
communicate his views in the form of a 
veto message. Whenever il is the opin- 
ion of the Pretiideiil that the public in- 
terests require thai he should recommend 
Mime measure of intei-nal iinprovenienl, 
it will be the proper lime for him to com- 
municate his opinion as lo what improve- 
ments are warianied by his views of the 
constitution and the true policy of the 

Ri TH Hall.— Fanny Kern's new book 
of the above name, has already raised a 
great excitement in the*l']:ist. iSome of 
the gentlemen whom she trolled throuirli 
— in her history of iluth — are very siv 
vere upon her. The editor of the Bos- 
ton True King is writing a scries of arti- 
cles purporting In -ivc .-iii ;iccount of 
Fanny and her prospects m the lime she 
first commenced wrilin"-. The New 
York E veiling Mirror is Fanny's cham- 
pion in this newspaper warfare. Go il 
FHnny: vy are belting on you. 

jtST One of the arguments most fre 
quenily used by the fiieiids of the Know 
Noihiiig oigatiizalion that it will brcal. 
up the despotic party olg-iiiizuliniis ol 
the day, and free llie pcojile from all par- 
ty cliques, 'i he recent cuiiducl of tin 
city council of Biiltimore shows liow iiuk-! 
trulii Ihere is in thi.s proleslalioii. Tin 
mayor, iu the exercise of his duty, sent ii. 
his nominations for agents of llie Mc- 
Dmiough bequest, and officers of the wa 

rii.'lit dunce and have done with il. 

The .SpfcciAL Messaok of the Prksi- 
DK.NT. — The special message Of Presiil(;nt 

The Lexington .Statesman gives an 
aci-ounl of a niw amongst them in that city: and 
we leaiii that in Covington some days since a 
tremendous muss was kicked up in one ol their 
Lodges, by an attempt to expel Col. R. B. Carpen- 
ter fi-oin the Order. When the motion was made 
in iiis Lixige, some tweniy five of the most in- 
Ihieiitia! members took their hats, and declared 
they would quit the concern, if Ihc motion was 
per^isU'd in. Afia.'r a good deal of heat and 

they will come to the conclusion, that 
they could have very well all'orded lo 
have been vaslly more patient upDn the 
occasion, and would doubtless consent, 
if the matter could be reconsidered, lo 
entirely dispense with ihe performance 
of the promise. 

Distinguished as Mr. Pierce is for his 
scholarship and talents, his reputation 
cannot fail to be very greatly added to 
by this Message. No intelligent reader 
can rise from the pjrusal of it, without 
till thorough conviction thai its author 
is one of the most vigorous and profound 
thinkers in the Union. As soon as the 
press of matter upon our columns will 
permit, we propose lo publish the Mes- 
sage in full, but must content ourselves 
for the present with slating it'; mo t]irom- 
inent features. 

The Message commences with a refer 

large tracts of land in the island of Ciir a, would 
invite tho»c desirous of having a home in that 
delightful island, to send in their iiaiiies forth- 

Wc trust the jitnla will have no difficul- 
ty in finding the requisite number of 
emigrants. As we understand there are 
a thousand or more Kentuckians, who 
have been talking about settling in Cuba, 
we give the advertisement the benefit of 
our circulation, without charge. 

O" It has long been a practiee of the British 
goveinment to engage foreigners to advocate its 
views abroad. Thus the Chevalier WikolT re- 
ceived jL'SOO from Lord Palmerston, for influenc- 
ing the public mind iu the United States. The 
Herald suggests that, inasmuch as Jas. W. Webb, 
of the Courier, so intimate with Lord Clar- 
eiiilen during his absence, and on his return is so 
changed in lii« opinions of Bi ilish diplomacy, per- 
haps he bus smelt somcwh'ii of British gold also. 

I New York Herald. 

If all the Whig papers that are British 

in their opinions and sympathies had 

been subsidised by British gold, there 

would noi be figures enough to ex- 

encc to the great federal scheme of John [ P""''^'' '""'^""^ "'^ 

Quincy Adams, by the working of which ( . . 

it claimed, that "the whole Union | i^,,^. ^iluno Aroc.m. TnK FAUj,.-Thc 

would have been checkered over with j packing around the Kalis has nearly come to a 

railroadii and canals," afl'ording "high 1 close, as [ of the packers have quit woik 

wai^'es .md constant emplovmcnt to hun- I fw the seajmn. Hull, Hunt & Co., slaughtered 

dreds of thousands of laborers." ,; ''"K' ^'^'^^^ 

left over in pens huiKlay night. Wm. Jarvis A 

Co., have killed but a few hundred, and had 1,380 

in pen Sunday evening. A. S. White & Co., have 

2000 head yet to kill which will wind them up for 

the season. 

Hull, Hunt & Co., on Sunday killed, scraped 
and hung up .'1122 hogs, in the apace of aj-j 
hours. This it is said has never been equalled. — 
The same house yesterday killed 2'JUO head — 

Upon this the President very pertinent- 
ly remarks. 

"That, if there be any constitutional power 
which authorizes the constnjction of 'railroads and 
canals' by Congress, the same power must com- 
prehend turnpikes and ordinary carriage roads; — 
nay, it must extend to the construction of bridges, 
to the driining of marshes, to the erection of 
levees, to the construction of canals of irrigation. 

wningling, the matter was dropped. 
1 K-rce on "River and Harbor Imjirove- A'e Icaiii also that there was a eonsiderable 
ineiit.5," !'as been delivered to Congress, rumpus in one of the Lodges in this city, a lew 

Rii'.l is iiublished in the Washington Union ^""^^ ""^^e ^'"^ o"^" 

of the I'd. It occupies nearly four col- ; ^'""'"K- It ■sprung out (j| the election uf olh- 
,. . , : eeis fur the Lodge, and the a|.pointmciit of adel- 

unins ol the Union, and is a masterly ex- , ,, , ^,■ o 

■' ('gate to the Stjite Grand Council. Gen. IV m. a. 

position of the Irue Democralic doctrine , i-iiehcr, howev..-r, at lei.glh iioui-ed oil upon the 
regarding the subject of which il treats. [ troubled waters, and rrceivi^l tlic .apiioinlmeiit 

We sincerely hope that the me.s.sage is in 
time to prevent any disastrous conse- 
quences to the editor of the Journal, 
wliicli were likelv to befall him in his 

ter- works. Messrs. Braniz Mazer and ; jTrcai anxiety to see the document. He 
John .Spear .Smith were rejected as agents j |,as lieen hungering .»nd '.hirsiing after it 
lot the be iues;. and Mr. Manchester was : for U) these many days, and it required 
rejected as president of the water com- ; all our skill to prevent his bursting with 

him-ielf of Repre.*ent;itive to the Grand Council; 
while Dr. SoDieiby was, we believe, elected Presi- 
dent of the Lodge. We forget the names of the 
gentlemen who were elected \'icc President, 
Usher, iVe. kc: bulwc shall hereafter publish tlie 
names of all the officers of the several Ltaigee, as 
they are elected, and also the names of all llic 
Rcpri sentatives lo the Grand Council. 
We arc credibly iiifuruad that the re arc about 

. 4,000 Whigs belonging to the Order in this city, 

^0W that It has come, we ,^bout200 Demoei-ais. 

mission. The reasons for this proceed- 1 impatience 

iiig are given in the following extracts 1 ..xp. cl him lo pitch into it and gobble it 1 We generally learn pretty much all that is done 
from two of the Baltimore papers: ' „p m niouthful. in the Lodges iu this city, and we think it is but 

The Sun siys, that "early in the afternnoon, i This message — like the other — does U*'"" ^'"'"'^"""'w it also. 

prior to the meeting of the council, a eiiucus of ... ... ,. , ,1 — 

the "Know Nothing" memb, is was heW .1. Ihe ""' C""''*'" ^o^e things which are remark- I p^„,^,^^^ KoTict:.-We dislike finding fault 
chamLur ol the second branch, all. wi'h two or able, and we expect that the Journal will ; with our brethren of the quill, did not "even 
threeeic -vnt. Tht- uoiuin.iiions : . . , , , ,, hauded justice compel the chalice t« our lips.'' — 

mosi reraarkabla : . ....n.i, i..*^.. i.„ „„..C. 

in a word, to all the possible means of the mate- making the Uital number killed iiy them up to last 
rial impi-ovement of the earth, by developing its | j^cninj, ij;) gno 

natural resources, anvwhcrc and everywhere, I 7 '.' ', „ , .,, , 01 100- 

even within the propcr jurisdiction of the several R. Atkinson & Co. killed on Sund.ay l.PQ. 
States." I head of hogs, on one bench, in nine hours. Said 

Il was the opinion of Mr. Jefferson \ "  "'""fsf "ork ever transacted in the 

West. They were not killing yesterday. We 

' ally and panionbily', i P"" t "Ur Some of the i.ios, leiuanviiuirt ^y,^^,,, j.^,,,),,, 4^.;^,^ ^^^^ not appt'ared in 
" ■ cf warmth was mani- I 4)(ni!,sions; aud that Joshua R. OiddingS j any other paper in this city, and papers in otht r 

...1 ,.r .1 • ^ cities c'. py them, itiky will please give us credit 

ITOne of the editors of the Times, we don't | 

leslcd by several leuding members of tiie domi 
nam party. Some were objected to generally as 
unavailable and unpopular; and wc undei-atouu 
that another objecli ni nason ihe alleged irouu'i 
that ixrmer politicil division- ivce not suiiieieiitlv 
reg.iided — nine out often nmnirieos having for- 
merly lieeii Whigs. And Mill another ground ol 
coniplaiul w.i, that the m.iyoi had overlooln.d or 
disrog.inled the claims of'otlicr parties who ha.l 
been pr. ' li friends forth, -■ situa- 

'■"'"s. ' j'.ii objeelion in ilie minds 

of -evei.:. " 1 ,1 ihat 

some of the , .,(- the 

"Know N.nhie, _ 1. , The 

friends ol the maior iluiu'.hi u uiijusi. i.i eeiwore 
him for exercising his olbclal rights, and th it it 
wa' im,iossiljlc 10 gr:iiil'y all the applicants or their 
triendr, tho place., Ijeiii^ 1, 0 lew ui numbers. 
Tin: Clipper, iu iiotieini: tiji ; matter, sa v.= ; 
Mayor Hiuks liaviui; been eiceted ov ihe Amfr. 
ican /Mir/;/ lu oppo.suion lo Mr. the De- 
moeraiie or li"oiei;.-n ) nomiiK e. it was mo think, 
but rea.-onabie to .■iiipim-e, that he would seleci 
pei-.-ioii.' fill- piiblie .^tatii'ti.-. who not oiilv po.^scss'.*d 
all of tile requisile qiialification'i, bnt wr^ also 
mmdnrx (not elevenih hour iie'ini" is ; "f liie party 
Ihiil pliii nl him in his prearnt iifflcial nomiton 
I In the e, . e of one of th.- two Oomnii'sionets along as smoothly as we can 

who w:is rejeeted. i'. is cinrcnlly reported that he I _ - 

spoke e.niti niptuously of the American party, a 
few days belore the election, but actually vo 
ted against Mayor Hinks. The Council b'.'ing 
fully iware of tl'.i.' above facts, von- I'ro i . '■ i-..- 
fuied I'l ''onfirm the nomination. Weini-tth r 
if they ever aix' plaeed in the same pnsition again, 
they will do their duty manful'.y. 

will make speeches about them. fo,. ,bcm, and not to others who have not publish 

would be .askiu" too much of our neiirli- : edtliem .it all. It is quite commou. with some of 
,,. ,1 _ -f..i \. . them, to eridit our items to the Republican, par- 

Dor to entreat him to be merciful, but we , cin'.innati X^ommeriial. if om- 

will venture lo implore of him not to be 1 ilcms are worth copying, give ua the eredil of 

I them, and not our neiuhbors. 

as cruel as he can. 

[St. Louis Herald. 
We are surprised at yon Mr. Herald. You 

know which, is a great lieal funnier than he has a , ought to (.'onsider vouiself fortunate if vour items 
rich t to be He ought to be mon' considerate — , ^ . , ,,' „., .. . . • , 

He ..u;ht to ,*memoer that, in these hard limes. ! g« credited at all. 1 he L mci ti papers always 

, men can't afford to replace the numerous hu'tous , credit our articles to the Boston Post, which is 

' which tiiev burst from their vests and pantaloons y^rv satisfactory all around. 

i • , . • ■ . ;i r.... 13 J,. ) ' 

in laughing at hie mer ile:is fun. Pray, sir, do ! 

not have 'he hearllessness anv longer to be " as' j-^^,,^^ ^.^jj^^^ ^^,^5^,^ ^j^,,, 

funnv us you can —[Louisville Journal. | , . , . 

,, .. IJ 1 1 -. L I is about to suspend HIS paper, about which ueces- 

We would not if we could help it, but- ^ 1,, j.^ourseih thus . 

nature you know. You know very well i -nic pi-cseni is a gieat ejioch in the history of 
that il is natural for some folks to be wilty, ; the world. Hanks suspending, railroads becoraiu 

that "public education" could be inclu- 
ded in the same class of powers, and a 
like system of reasoning, in the opinion 
of the President, would include "not on- 
ly public instruction, but hospitals, estab- 
lishments of science and art, libraries, 
and indeed everything appertaining to 
the internal welfare of the country." It 
is impossible that any man can read this 
portion of the message and escape the 
conviction that the opinions held by the 
politicians of the "Slates-rights" school, 
are the only safe opinions; and when- 
ever we undertake lo view the Fed- 
eral Government in any other light than 
as one of limited powers, we launch Ihe 
"ship of State" upon a tempestuous sea, 
with no pilot lo direct its course. In 
such an event, the only question unde- 
termined would be how long before the 
noble craft would be broken to pieces bv 
the waves beating against it. 

The President very emphatically dis- 
senu*! from the doctrine that any general 
power over the subject of internal im- 
provement is conferred by the Constitu- 
tion upon the Federal Government. — 
There is no specific grant of any such 
power in Ihe Constitution, and no geiiei- 
al provision broad enough to cover any 
such indefinite object. To obviate this 
difficulty, the friends of a system of in- 
ternal improvement are driven lo th e ne- 
Cebsitv of claiming the j'ower as incident- 
al to other powers expressly granted to 
Congress, but as is aptly said in the nies- 

understand they will wind up lh*ir operations for 
the season by killing from 2500 to :t000 head. 

Jai vis & Co. killed 500 head yesterday . which 
will about close their operations. They sold 180 
bis. of mess Pork yesterday, at $12, equal te 

The number killed up to l.ast evening, was 
ai;*^,.'' 77. 

The total number killed alCincinnati up to lost 
week, was 27'1,'J65; the same date last season 

At Madison, Indi.ina, the i". i ipts arc 70,000 
hogs, which is an excess ove, l.i season. At 
Lafayette, Indiana, upwards of 211,11(10 hogs have 
been killed at Hanna &. Semple's, which is about 
4,000 more than were killed by this house during 
the whole of last season. 

It is cstimated^that 1^,000 hogs will be slaugh- 
tered at Keokuk ihis season, against 9.000 last 
year. At (Juincy it is thought an excess of al 
least 8,000 to 10,000 will be obtained over last 
season's operations. 

The Alton Illinois Telegraph, of the 30 ult., 

ssys: ¥ 

The packing of pork is progressing with much 
activity. We are informed that the number of 
hogs cut up at this point thus far, exceeds, by one 
ihirJ, what is usual. No change in prices — the 
ranee being from $3 to $:i 10 owl. Thei« are 
still a great many to be driven iu, and the busi 
ness will probably occupy another month. 

The Cincinnati Commercial of yosicrday 

Provisions — The market continues very dull; 
and the only sale heard of to day was 1200 Greeo 
Hams from Railroad at J'^C- 

Hou" — The weather is agim unfavorable for 
packing, and llogsbeing plenty and Provisions al- 
most unsaleable, the market is extremely dull. — 
We do not hear of a sa9 to day, aud prices must 
be rcgartlcd as nominal. 

The St. Louis Intelligencer of Wednesday 

Wc have nothing; to report in Hogs. Th* mar- 
ket is well supplied aud prices will not probably 
vary much, if any from last figures. Packers 
have uot been cut ting for three or four days on ac 
i count of the warm weather, aud of course were 
If il.c framcrs of Ihe OoDStitution. n a«d not compHled to purrliusc. We M^oto 75 to 
thoughtful men »s ihoy were, intend,^ to confer | 'j'^^.T"'" 'L' [^^^^ 


Sperm y tb 


TaltoWf mould 

** pressed 


Flour Barrtrlft 

Pork and lard 


" hfilf barrels 

Lard Kegs 


Piliaburgh, ^ buihol 


Bidle Mountain 



DKY (ioODS— 

Canncltnii Anchor 

Penn Mill-- 

Sbteiings, .■  ^ cent, disc, 1? yard. 

Brown, 3-4 anrt i-A 


Slieetiiig^n, good brands 1-4 

Hruwn, 5-4 and ti-4 


" IU-4 


— — Bleached 





Keutucky Jeans 











Cream Tartar 



Salla Kpsum 





Indigo, Spanish Float 


Lead, white, No. I, p keg 

*' " pure 

" *' red 

Logwood, chipped 




Spiritd of Turpentine 


Kxtra, ff" bbl 




St. Louis 

Buckwheat, bag 


Appb's, green, bbl 

— — - dried, y Imfthel 



AlmontU, soft »holl 

hard 9hcll 

Currants, Zanle 

Figs, Turkey 



Orange!", Siril;, hundred 

Prunes,  p %'. 

Kuifins, MK, C' l ox 

Sultana,^ lk 

Pine Apple 


Co4l, p n  

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Hams, canTaaed , 

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KanaM-ha, bustel 




Flux,  P bushel 

Mustard, % 

Hemp, ^ bushel 



Blue Grass 


Herd (irass 





Extra, V ft 




American blistered 



Brandy, Coddard 

Maglory \ 

Olurd lJupuy , 

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Gin, Vine leaf. 


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Kum, Jamaica 

St Croix 

New England 

Whisky, Irish 


Old Bourbon 




Wines, Madeira 

Sicily \ 




Sweet Malaga 


Claret, case 

Hock, p doz 



Common lugs 



Choice leaf 

Mnnufaetured fair, ^ ft 


Virginia , 


Baling hemp 





Plate IX, V box 

Roofing IX 

Block, ft 

Terne, box 


imi erlal,  p ft 

Gun Powiler 

Young Hvson 



Potatcs, ^ bbl 




Common unwashed, )p ft 


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I Tubs. H in ne«l 

I 3 ill nest 

Biickeu, blue and red, y doz. 



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25 ®.. 

3 S5 ® 

3 .'iO ® 3 75 

4 IHI (»! 4 So 

3 \'2ii & 

3 'J5 ® 3 .W 

3 75 ® 4 no 

5 00 ® 5 30 
2 75 ® 3 00 

1 50 ® 1 75 
5 liO ® 5 50 

2 75 ® 3 00 
1 30 ® 1 75 

4 50 ® 5 110 

3 'ii ® 3 .10 
3 25 ® 3 .50 
ti 50 ®. 

that il is liattli al for some folks lo be wilty, ; the world. Hanks suspending, railroads becoming Congress the power over a subject so wide as , f^'"* ^maU movement in the prov ision line.- 

, , , I, , ,,,, /.,! niashed up. and the devil committing depredations ti.cvi.oi. Held of internal improvemenus, it is re- ' r-ai'l. »mve on the hrst opening of 

and your readers know equally well that it n.^ Ledger completing us FonrUi vol, ] f,',',;;,j;ab,e thi-t thcv did not use language dearly I .'"vigation. was sold at f'-.c and Mess Hork sells 

\h natural for Otliers lo be stupid. Let us ume. subscribers not paying for the Filth, anil I express it: or, in other words, that they did no't  "il ', "i-retail lots at .SI I i(.r U i^ XM. bales 

stupid. wiili eacli oiliers infirmities and 

Wc arc indebted to the 

Pmv.vTB Despatch _ , 

House Printing Telegraph Office for the following '||yy^[.'^''jt"!'"' 
dispatcli ■ 

, . .„ expre 

some not havmg eouscieuco or honor enough | „i^.,, ^s a distinct and substantive power, .„ 
a'loiii them to pay anvihing. (we hope they'll j ^^^^ „f ^„|jin„ it the implied incident of some 
hav.  to dunce a hornpipe on the Devil's (iridiron) I Qihpf „np for such is the magnitude of the 
and— and we hope the religions portion of com | supposed incidental power and it.s capacity of ex- 

The entire municipal ticket was 
Kuow-Nothiuga to-day. 

muniiy won't be "down" on us, lor we feel mad— '•[(,„ [i,at anv system established under it 

and we don't care a copper who : „oiild exceed each of the others, in the amount of 

I expenditure and number of the person" employed, 

_ i Wc know it is a hard case, old lellow, but! which would thus be thrown upon the general 

Le.^inoton, Dee. b. . •, i  ,.,rernmcnt ' 

elected by the I '"""S''  °" ^'"■'' ''*'=°"' I t.--"^"""""' 
! member that you have a soul that needs saving. I 

The President's construction of this 

of (Iroceries al rates cunenl last week. 

" " I .vt l...nis 

ITTAIthough a very large crowd of persons were st l.oirn. Golden Slrrup. . 

in town on Mond.ay last, comparatively but few Elin Hall .i^ H... 

negro men were hired out for the present year — ''unic\mi''e*i,^*~ 
owners asking higher figures than those wanting I piio!",")? bbl. ... 

to hire were willing t'l pay. The Iron men wers ! Ko? a 

here, but would not p.iy over $135, w hich sum wa, ' 1'i'r • 

refused, except in a '.'"ow iustaiic-s. We learn I j  *^ 

however, that a large numle. r of hands were hired '  j.i,i,^ icd, ^ kcc 

at the above figures since. — [RusscUviUe Herald. ^ ^ 8 1 


I'rimo Geese, PR, 35 ® 3G 


Wheal, P bushel 




Dais ■ 

Gl.N.SENG, V % 


.No. 1 8x10, If box 

.No. 1 10x12 

No. 1 10x14 

No. 2 BxlO 

No. 2 10x12 

No. 2 10x14 


Da Pnnt'* K'llla, 2i % kegs 

" " 12,'. " 

" " 6X " 

Haiard a Ky. Kine, 25 b kegs. 

121-. " . 

" •' GU " 
Ha^ley Mill.i Kille,'25 B, kegs. 
Du Piiiit'n Blasting, 25 " 
liaxaril's *' 25 " . 
Kugle Canister,. 1 B,. 1? doz 

Super. KFFG LaniKter, I R,, V rtoz 4 .10 ® 

lii'liaii Kille raiiinter, 1 B,, |» iloz... b no ® 

K\ . Kiflp Caul.Hler. 1 fc,  P .lo/. 4 50 ® 

Gl'.N.NV IHG.-^ 13 ® 


I'riine 1) 1! ISO 00 ® 

Inferior 140 00 ® 

Hackled 180 00 ®1!10 OtI 

Water Kotted ® 


Loose 60 ®. 

Baled 12 ® 

Western 3S ® 

Eastern 40 ® 43 


Flint 11 

.Salt 10 

Green 5 @ 


Tennessee pig metal 30 00 ®35 00 

Oliio ® 

lllO'ims 75 0(1 ®t0 00 

Boiled, t) I, ® 

.tmeriean felieet 5 i® 

Kujsian 10 ® IS 

Bar. eli.ircoal 4)i® 

puddled and boiled 3 ,® 




LIME, V bbl 


.Sole, oak 


French calf, P dus 


.sklrtine, «« R, 

. in rough 

Bridle, fair, if doz 


While pine, clear, f 100 n. 





.'Shingles, pine, 9 lOOO 

1 oplar 



Prime .N O, if gal 

New drleaiis S II 



7 4® 

. 1 00 ® 1 10 

'2i ® 27 

20 ® 

23 00 (a 30 00 

24 50 ®«j 30 

2'i faj, 28 

•JO ® -a: 

33 on '0,40 no 

28 50 ®3« 00 

4 so ® 

3 no  »s 

4 0 l "f 

1 50 ® 

1 .VI ® 2 no 
3 00 IU ' 4 30 

3 00 4^00 

2 no IS ■-■ 311 

19 ® 21 

29 ® 38 

32 ® 35 

GO ® 

28 ® 30 

11 ® 12 

4 50 ® 4 75 

3 50 ® 4 00 

5 00 te 

75 « 8S 

4 '.;.'i rai 4 .',',1 
4 SO & Hi 

Jj' .Sales reporlcil at Ihe .Merchants' Exchange, for 
the week ending .Saturday Jan. Gih: 

PLuua.-3D8bblsat $7 73 , 7 85®«8 00. 

l orrKX. -337 bags Klo at ll®ll i.; 15 do Java at 
I5 i. 

SeoAR. -109 hhda nt S®5 te. 

Wkukv.— 73 bbls al 3(ic; 80 do 'i c. 

Paovisinas.— Mess P'irk— loti bblson private teinis; 
273 do at $12 50; 1,140 do do S12 00; 3  11 do $12 50, 
half cash, balance 30 days with Interest; 125 do $11 5°, 

Gr«a8K.— 101 tierces brown 7 1^;200 bbls 714 . 

f^iiits.- 13,000 lbs rib (backliene oni) 0 , packed; 10 
casks clear new 71^. 

Snoi LD«»s.— 5,000 lbs out of sail 4,Ssi6c, 2 caaks 
new bacon Gc, 5 dodo Gc; s d'l do boms '.tc. 

Haooino ANn KoFE.— 130 pes llagging at 14 .®l5c; 
50 do hairdo I4 .; '.'33 coils Kope 8®8 ic. ^ 

Lard.— 30 bbls at 8c, cnsb; 19 tierces at 8Xci 50 
kegs 9',. 

KicR 10 casks 7c, 

Jkans AMD I lxsKvs.~-2 bales at 30,e 10c 
'f L'RrKH-rlsR. — 50 bills nn privale terms. 
Fkatiixrs.- -2,000 p.- 11 3Gc. 
,Mi i.AssRs..--*JO blii.i s'lpi-rioi quality al '.'Ic. 
Ha.iii'.-"5O0 pcd from salt G '4. block weight. 


.M the residence of Jas. B. Smith , on the evening of 
lh« 4th inst.. by the Kev. L. K. Davivnj, Mr. Christo- 
pher llainon lo Mrs. Mary Ferginon, all of thin city. 

On 'raesday. Ihe 2'1 in;.!., b  the Kcv. .liimi's L'raik, 
Mr. -Ian. A. Itichardson, of i.oiiiii% ille, to Miss Helly 
M..^chult/., of Jefferson county, Ky. Papers please 

On tho 3flth Nov., in Gloucester, Va.. Mr. J. H. 
FiTzneoH, of Covington, Ky., lo Miss H. Bei.i.i rT, of 

On llic ijeth nil., Mr. John PBA i-r, of Flemingsburg, 
to -Mrs. WAi.i.iHoFiiRn, of Fleming county. 

OnlheiiHlh nil., Wm.K. Wm.i.iams, Est)., of Bour- 
bon l-OUIll\, lo .^li..M Kl 1/A Git 11 ItN, "f Cllicllllliiti. 


In Ponlanil, Ky.. on Tuesday, the 2d insl., Katk 
Li il-i.A, infant dsugliler of Will. S. and (Jaroline But- 

Ify* Mobile and New Orleans papers please copy. 

In this cily, Jan. 4th, Mrs. Eliza A. Monroe, coiisori 
of Judffe Bon. Monroe. 

In JdTerson county, Ky., on Ihe 29th Dec. 1854, 
Thos. Waller, in thu 84lii year of Ids age. Papers 

pl'-ns'' copy . 

On the llh inul.. Miss .Sally Grnyton Payne, in the 
l^ih year of her age. 

On .Snnday aflernoiin. Mr. Hamilton Drtinnev, in 
the 43d   ear of his age. 


j OFFER I, of nine hundred and thirty acres 'if 
land and coal. lying for '4 of a mile on the 
river, opposite Canneltoii. lnd.,aiid juslbelow Hawes- 
ville, having the vein of coal worke,! at thoiic le'liitt, 
opened by an inclined plane '.^ mile from the river; 
engines orerted with capacity lo deliver lu,0OUbU8heU 
per (lay; Ave hundred acres fenced and Id cultivaliou; 
dweJllng bouse, out houses, miners hoases, orchards, 
Ac. 1 will sell I4 of said propeily low by a cash ad- 
vaiicu, or sell "U coinlillon that the purchaser have^2 
lDOi;lh9 to choose, airil the money advanced lo be re- 
fuiidcil at the end of said lime If he is uot pleased, bo 
retaining a lien on the property lo secure the capital 

rhecoal is equal to any on the Ohio below Pillaburg, 
ar.d Iho .stale oeologlsl saw iron ore on the land that 
he thi'Ughlwiis what is termed Ihe Black Bsnd. 
For further particulars address 

J3 d&w6ni VeWinglou. Daviess Co.. Ry. 

I I.«iS0I lJT10!V. 

rPIIE llrrn of ,s.Ml 1 11 A .SHOTWKLL Kjrpties lo-day 
\. by liiuilatioii. S. K. .Siuilh retiring Ir'iro Ibe same. 
A. I.. Shotwoll assumes all the liahiliiles and tile set- 
tleurent of the ol.l business, l-.llher partner w ill use 
the iMiiue of the Hrm in llquldall'in. 

I onlsville. Ky., Dec. 31, 1854. 

K. .s.MITH. 

MAVINGUken the concern of Smiih AShoiwel. 
on ruysi ir, 1 will coiilinue Ihe CO.MMINSloN and 
F( HWARI 1NG buslue'.i as heretofore in connecliou 
wilh 111 v son Slephcn H. shotwell. under the name and 
style of A . L. SIIOT\VI-;i,L & SON. 

A. 1,. .SHOTWELL. 

4 'AKD. 

IX retiring from business. 1 feel il a duty to return 
my thanks to the friends and patrons of Ihc house 
I'lr their l"iig c'lntiiiued gencrosily and cinfldeni", 
ami *v-iul(l ask a conliiiuaiice of such to my successors 
and f'-riner palrori!'. W illi whom I have becii tongas!o- 
ciateil in rriendship hi. well as business relaliona feel- 
iiia well .satisfied Ihnl they will protect the Interest of 
all who ninv confide their business with them. 

S. K. .'^MITH. 


I,. SI10TWKI.I-. 

A. L. Shotwell & Son, 

Successors to Smith A Shotwell, 

Wall «treo(} LouiKVlllCrKr* 

d30 dl2 Slw4 


THE WEEKLY TIMES. !?l?:ln.v;ievr: 

— - / Dr. P en man was 11 

(ForUieI.oai«vlUi  UailT Time*.] 
Dr. Acbllli. 

Mmsb!. Editor-;— lu these times of progress 
RiiJeuligliteunRul, one ualurally fceU a desire lo 
km.iv somitbing respecting those who may present 
themselves lor either instrucliiig or entertaining 
the public. AutuateU by lliis motive, I IVlt curi 
oils to know the history of Achilli, who, as the 
papers intornied us, is engaged to give a course of 
lectures before a most ler.pcetable a.ssociatioii in 
our city; au.l having read in the Morning Courier 
a day or to ago a mere uiilline of his history, it 
only created a desire to learn more aliout him. In 
my'eagernessuijon this subject, 1 chanced to stum- 
ble upon the Dublin liuarterly R?view for March, 
1853, in which I found a somewhat lengthy notice 
of the trial aliudcil I ) in llu; Cmin. r briel ai ti 
cic, namely: I'rosecution of Kev. Dr. Newman 
by Rev. Dr. Achilli for alleged slander; which 
took place in London in 1!^52. It is not my in- 
tention to give a sketch ol that trial, nor of the 
facts cliciud by it. Uul there are foine tliiiiK  
there found which apiiear to me of so much f;ei. 
oral importaace concerning one who comes fi-oni a 
distant land asa champion of knowledge and reli 
gioua fretdom, that I am induced to ask permis- 
sion to lay a few of them before the public, tend- 
ing as tliev do to ^ive us a notion of the distiii 
gushed stringer, and enabling us better to prolit 
by his teaching), sh"u'd wc have the curiosity to 
go to hear him. The Iteview gives Si.nie extracts 
from his lite, written by himself, in which he dis 
covers not a whit too little self-cstoeiu. in ta.'t, this 
trait is BO especially pi-omiiient, that it would e.xcitc 
anv one phreuologically inclined to a strong de- 
sire to test the acciincy of the science, as there 
can be no doubt that the corrcsi oudi[i;; bump in 
his cranium would be found wondi rfally develo[ cd. 
At the age of sixteen he was exceedingly learned, 
and the Dominicans were rather proud of him.— 
Atthirty. he was maestro, to which high rank no 
one had ever attained so early. About this time 
smnethin i ilis'- ■ ' ■ ii place, and at the 

closeof 'l»33 ...i:.-i^  . to surrender his pro- 
fessorship and leave Viterbo Ue speaks ol evil 
report being circulated about him, he was calum 
inated, &c. He say3"l am a sworn enemy to hv- 

pocrisv I had c'c;i8ed to believe in the Mass." 

"I continued to celebrate Mass with a .--how of di 
votiOD. I was perfectly pursuaded of ius impos 
tare. ■ \\'lu5 adiniralile consistency! what an ah 
horreoce for hviwcrisy! While "teaching with 
great zeal the liomish doctrine 1 was no long- 
er a Papist 1 had cea.sed M believe many doc- 
trines w hich are matters of faith in the R.uiiish 
Church." What an emljodiment of siiicerily.— 
A'Miut ihislime, "spiritual light" began to beam 
upon him, that is to suv, he began to tind itttio irk- 
some to live a life of sell denial, and to a.S30Ciatc 
with the good and pious Monks, of one of whom he 
says, "the good old man Wiis always at his prayers. 
He praved even during the night. He was a firm 
upholder of the doctrine cif St. I'aul, that we are 
justified by grace thi-ough laith. He read the |5i 
ble often, and lecominended others to read it.' — 
J)r. Achilli found such a life as this quite too dry! 
and accordingly we find him some yc.\rs attc:- 
wards, sccurlari/.ed, living at Naples "occupyinga 
handsome house; enjoving a little world of Ins 
own, and /irinv sotelij inr himself, "m his own words. 
It appears, however,' that his little world of happi- 
ness was not destined to last, for he is next found 
under an est. The Heview says — 

'We barely piuse to point outa curiou.s roiiici 
deuce — that as he was forced to leave Vileibo soon 
after the e.ises of Valente and Rosa de Alesaii 
drisare alleged to have occurred, so he is arrested 
at Naples just after the case of Principe, most 
certainly, upon his ownadmission.came before the 
Neapolitan )iolice." 

After beiiijj liberated, sajs the Kevicw, he es 
capes to Corlu, and thence to Malta. Here, .il 
though it appeai-s he was claimed by the Papal 
Consul as guilty of crimes, he seems at once to 
have come into favor with certain I'lotcstiiiits. and 
it may be fairly presumed that the scales then fell 
completely from his eye.-;, and his npirilual rryene- 
ro/ion was no longer doubtful. ( If course it was 
quite a useless thing for his new friends to inquire 
what were his antecedents; he wao one just es- 
caped from thed irkiiess of oupeistition, and wlml 
more could be needed! He is "soon installed as 
President of the Prote.^tant College at MalUi." 

Achi Ill's new patrons may now give his charac- 
ter. The Review savs; "They dismissed him 

until it amounted, in the lau- 
to a "public delirium." 
not allowed to put in authen- 
ticated testimony, and as most III the cases had 
occurred in distant countries, it was next lo im- 
possible to procure the aitenilanee of witues-scsin 
person; one imiwrtant witness could not come, be- 
ing in a slate of health not to permit; and of those 
that did come, some were obliged to depart belore 
the trial, which was. it is believed purposely delay- 
ed, came on. During the interval the prosecution 
were employed in trying to induce some of the 
witnesses to withdraw and several of tbeiii did 
disappear. The court ruled that unless all the al- 
leged charges were sustained, no one of them 
should beheld as madeout.butall lalltogetli 
er. In this way was justice clearly defeated, eith- 
er by unfairness or by legal technicalities. And 
by the self same means was a new trial rcfu.sed. 
The liOndon Times speaks thus of the decision: 

" Time was, when amidst the cheers of a bru- 
tal multitude — on the faith of the impossible and 
self eniitr-:idictorv evidence of dates, lledhje and 
Dangerfield — Kiiglish juries consigned iniiuceut 
men to death, and received from the .ludge the 
shanielul oonimcndatinii that they had acted like 
good Protestants. Has the la|ise of one hundred 
and seventy years lemoved us from those nanow 
prejudices and cruel persecutions, which, in the 
days of the I'upish plot, |ioisoned the pure foun- 
tains of justice, and aitixed an imlelible stigma 
on th"' cli.iraeter of a nation not habitually unfair ' 
or iiihuuiaii ! Will the opinion of the educated j 
classes in this country, and of the great Kuropean [ 
conininuity. ratify tlu- vi iilict whieli has absolved ; 
Achilii ' The witne.' diJ not break down — 
were not involved in any material contradiction — 
and "tated nothing in which (here was any strong 
Inheri iit improbability. They are simply set 
aside and ili.-lielieved. Who can hope to be be 
lieved when such a mass ol testimony is thrown 
aside IS niirthlc.»3 ' The principle Ufiou which 
this case was decided would put an end to all 
proof by human testimony. 

" V u euu-iider that a great blow has been given 
t'l the jdin'.idstration ot justicv in this country, 
?ind Rijiuan Catholics will have henceforward only 
too g.'od reason for asserting that there is no jus- 
lice I'T them, in cases tending to rouse the Pro- 
testant feelings of Judges and Juries." 
^ Th' Dublin Review also informs us that Achilli, 
alter il.i publication of his character in l»6d. went 
over 1) I'Vanco ; but immediately Corcelle.;, 
nieml'cr of the National Assembly, published an 
artici" exposing his true character. Hut far from 
seekiei; redrcf-s, or disproving the charges, he be 
took liim.self again to England. 

The Review .says : "We have heard, Irom pri 
vate . 'lurces, (hat Dr. Achilli was called upon by 
his patrons to disprove these charges, but that he 
decliiped lo do more than deny them, which was 
a very different thing indeed, as nothing is more 
e;isy liian denial, especially of what is alledged 
to have occurred abroad. Heliad,or il his conduct 
had been correct, ought to have had friends at 
Capuii. Naple^.and Corfu, and eertjiinly had rela- 
tives it \'itcrbo. and could surely have adduced 
some . ort of 'evidence cif character," as it is called. 
iSo,w e nuderalood, thought the more honorable of 
his pairoiis, who were not at all .satisfied under 
such circumstances with a bare denial." 

The Karl ul Shaftesbury stated : " 'The reasons 
(bat ;uveined the Committee, in dismiiising 
Achil I from the Malta College, were these : We if the whole matter were to become pub- 
lic, so great a scandal would be brought upon the 
Colle; e. that we felt, for the sake of fhe iustitu- 
tPon il a ll. lijr the s.ake of morality, and for the 
8.4ke c f llie I'lotestanl religion, there was nothing 
left l  r us but to break upthe coneein, get rid of 
the w hole tran.sactioii, and w.ish our hands of so 
tool a business.' " Thif» statement was made ujion 
the tri il in liOudou. Comment is unnecessary ! 
Itut there must have been conduct behind the 
screen 'if fearful de| ravity, indeed! if these words 
have any aieaniug. 

In .'Vciiilli's Irjok it is implied that he was sus- 
pendcil tioiii the priesthood, and from other sources 
it is known that he was, yet in liisaltidavit to pro- 
cure t:ie prosecution, he says, "he hath never been 
proh.biled from preachingand hearing confession." 

In one of his letters to the coniinittee (of Malta 
College] he speaks of sending Saccares away to 
Sicily . yet in Ids aflidavit he says, ''he hath always 
denied, and it is not true, that he sent away Sac- 
cares; but that he left voluntarily. " 

On the trial his .statements are clearly contra- 
dicted by witnesses, and in such a way and about 
such iiiiittei-s, as to show coiicluMvely that his 
charaeter for truth could not be depeniled upon. 

One can gather from Achilli's own admissions 
that he fell into aposuicy by degrees, as is indeed 
the n;iy with all a| o.states. He says confession 

J J" We last evening recened the .Siiu PrancUi i 
Calihirnia Journal, of the Illh of December, from 
which we make t!ie following clippings: 

DJ'Mrs. IJloomer is lecturing in Ciiieiniiati. 
iD'Reeves, who killed Archib.ald Ttutcheri" 

3a.v JoAuui.-f. — Tlie asse.-'ineiit 

loll of San 
the value of 

Jo.Kpiin coiuit/ shows property to 
S^'. 174,709. 

HuiTtK S .vMi NKi.-;o:.'sCiiKEK.—Tho diggings 
are imying well and miners are i^atished. 

Vkkka Canal. — There were at la-it accounts 
iMil men at work on the Vreka ditch about four 
miles of which Is already completed. 

STAdit RoiTK. — A daily coach has been put upon 
the route between Jackson and Aqueduct City, 
pas-sing through Butte City, Union City, Cecreto, 
and Clinton. 

DiviiiK.'SD — '''he Rock Island Coinp.iny hai e 
declared a dividend of seven per cent, upon tlieir 
capital stock, which is now payable at the Treasu- 
rer's office in liidwcll. 

•SoiTH Fkathkk Canal. — (iroiiiid was broken 
for till- ciiriinieiieeuieut ol this work on the -'lili 
lilt. Oil the liinl six miles of the work thirty men 
are now employed. 

A Disi jvKur. — A vein of gold has been dis- 
covered in the streets of Saiitiajjo in the Cerro de 
Santa l.ueia, in the very centre oT the city. Ar- 
' rangcmeni-s are made to work it. 
I An Kxtknsivk lOsriciti'Risi; — The citizens of 
I Sierra are iiiakiiiL' eflorLs to consliiicta liimpike 
I road bom Diiwnuvilb- loKoslcr'.^ liar — eslim.ileil 
' cost "I the work, acconliug lo report of the 
examining conitnittee, published in the Citizen, 


! SiKKKA C"i .\TV DioolNos. — The miiicrs arc 
i taking out considerable gold, but inoKt of them 
lare laying on their oars, awaitiiiij in high aiiti,-ipa 
[ lion the coming raius. Libor cojiinandB iH per 

St. lyiUMs. — This flourishing mining (own in Si- 
erra cimiitj, almost wholly de^.troyed by fire on 
tliu lUlh of August la. -t, is now rebuilt far nioif 
substantially llian at first. The buildings are l^l) 
feet apart. 

O" The Legislature elect consists of 113 mem 
hers, "-f which 80 are in the Assembly, and .33 in 
(he Senab'. The Assembly consists of -i'-J Demo 
crals and .'s Whigs and Independents; the Senate, 
ol 2li D.'inccrats, and 7 Whigs. The whole 
Whig strength is 14 votes, and the whole Demo- 
cratic is W votes, besides two Independents from 
thisein elected over the party nomination^, and. 
thoiigli Deninerats, beholden to neither wing of 
that party Should they go into the Deniocratie 
caucu;;. hoiv ver, as we suppose (hey will, then 
(here will be d'J votes in the caucus, and .'15 votes 
w ill bi: nece .sary for the caucus nomination for 
Seiial'M. Whtt'lier any candidate can get that 
numb' r of vfiesis uncertain, but it seems to be 
genenilly conceded that Dr. Gwin cannot. 

Ra'x— The up country papirs are clamorous 
one and all for rain. 

Raii,K"iii to thk Colorado. — The subject ol 
building a railroad from Los Angeles to ihe Colo 
rado is engjjjing the attention of the citizens of 
(he former |ilace, and niee(8 with universal favor. 
'The Olifornian stJites that a number of the 
wealdiy eiiizens of that place have pr unise'l that 
thev n oiiid take stock to a large amount. 

[(■'orltie Il:uly iy' uisvillti 'l imes, j 

I, niio iviiieu .[iit.iiiii.tiu ii...n.iiv. . VVhy is it that the market-house is closed on 
; an affray in Cincinnati, has been acquitted. | Tuesday and Friday evenings ." Is it that the 

(TTThc celebraleil pacing horse, Decatur, died country people who bring in fresh butter and cgg.s 
at Nashville, a Xew days since. j and poultry and vegetables may be comiiclled to 

flJ-The completion ol tlie new Custom House at i st-- "'l on f'C stieet in rain and snow to retail their 
Uaiigorwas celebrated on the 27th ult , byaball 








Sknate — Mr. Sumner presented 

. I 

Jan, ."i, 

Warehouse — i) 
9."), and (  at ii 'J5, (i 15, ti So, 

clo.s'jd ; the cmintry people, and they arc 
^' I forced by stress of v. eatlierlo luke what the hnck- 

X. Perkins ha? been made permanent ster ctlers — ic/io nrx/ t/aij srllt il in Ihe market- 

house at a /iTiilit uf 'M lo 10(1 yrr crni iirmil, t^. 

SfANNiMimK Mississrri. — The North-western 
Dcmoi rat ^Minnesota) of the !)th, announces the 
coniplelion of llic Minneapolis Siisjicnsiou Ihidge. 
U says: 

"About clev.-n o'clock in the morning of the 3th 
inst., the last Moor beam of this lieautiful structure 

about the year 1647. They were willing ('h'r i n„jg i,,,,, jJot the least wonder of it ! for 
the credit of the Protestant religion.) as Lord j^^.], , nuiessions as one acknowledging his own 
Shaftesbury afterwards said, to let the couduct i,y[,oci would make, could have no other effect. 

of their /trotiye be buried in oblivion. But he 
would not allow it; and actually had the impu- 
dence to accuse tlieiu of harshness and want ol 
zeal in the cause ol Italian evangelization. — 
This was too much far the charily of the Com 
mittee of the College, and in their own defense 
thev put forward these .statements — 

" 'Whilst they could not conceal from themselves 
•liUliehad placed himself in a most equivocal 
• jn. by resisting investigation into the charges friends, at the same time that 
elf the object of many grave person 
,il iH L,i I ii,:;,V' l now that the connection was 
dissolved, the committee would gladly have bur 
ried the putt in oblivion; charitably making al- 
lowance lor the demoralizing and tortuous iiiHu- 
cnce of Monastic education, and hoping that i 
wherein he had reallr erred, Dr. Achilli might bo. 
forgiven, and that his future eireumspection might 
be BuBieieiil to blot out the memory of alleged de- 
linquencies After Dr. Achilli's appointment, va- 
rious unpl.Mi*nt statements were made to the 
committee as tohis past hi.story, which were sub- 
mitted lo hiui; hut.aslhey were denied by him. 
and were n 'I supported by suflicient evidence, 
they were rejected by the oonimiltec. It was not 
until he interposed to quash the investigation into 
charges affecting the montl character of several 
priests. [brothei^apostates.Jby sending off hisfriend 
Saccares into Italy, that the committee resolved to 
have no connection with him. Such a step was 
was felt by ihe committee to be an act reiiuirinp, 
apart from the consideration of any statement af- 
fecting his own chsracter, his immediate removal 
from so responsible a situation.' " 

Thus it appears t!ic committee in their most 
commendable zeallo receive to their bosoms dis 
enthralled and mnrerled Monks, found rather loo 
late that tliey had caught a "tartar"! 

The Review quotes further from the reports of 
the committee: 

'"The council feel a.ssured that it will be impos- 
sible for unprejudiced inquirers to reconcile such 
double dealing with any legai-d to truth. Dr. 
Achilli a full right to di.-pute the justice of the 
reason assigned in writing lor his dismissal, al- 
though that reason has been since, more con- 
firmed by his subsequent couduct. But at one 
time by the i^upprc^sion of the true reason, and 
the sub' litntion of a /«/«'■ one; at another time by 

Sucn i - not its effect upon the humble and sin- 
cere. Not to multiply words, one can never for- 
get the 1 ipluies with which the immortal author 
of "(''tlie du Christianisine " speaks of the sweet 
and viicaiililr consolations he found in this foun- 
tain I'f iiealiug waters for the trouliled soul. — 
Achilii lets it leak oul "much h :mility ' was 
recommended to him ; no doubt there was, as a 
remedy for this war between his frailties and his 
duty. Hut alus ! the path of duty was too hard, 
or pre.-i'iii allurements too strong, and, although 
he hf'il vowed to drntj hinixelf and to fiillow 
Christ, looking to a heavenly recompense, he ev- 
idently lireil of such long-coming reward, when, 
as we havi' seen, he began to " live solely fftr him- 
i self," which means for this world's good things, 
U'lt b' iu^ (lis first to discover 
Thai present joys are more lo flesh and l lii"«l 
Than (tie dull proi*pecl o( a distant eooil." 


in the principal room. 

llJ'Mra. Idc Torrey writes to the Boston Tel 
egraph lhatsheis not the autlioressof "Ida May," 
which has been attributed to her. 

ItTA volume of 400 pages has lately been pub- 
lished in Boston, giving a history of all the prom- 
ineui duels that ever took place. 

IT -" The Governor of Michigan states, in his 
nies.sagc to the legislature, that the State is in- 
debted to the amount of $:7nO,flU0. 

O'To-morrow; the day when mi,«ers give, when 
idlers work, and when sinners reform. 

mrMr John Itinns, of Philadelphia, hiiip known 
to the country as a shrewd observer and practised 
writer, is pn-jMring his memories for the pr«^»s. 

Clakksvillk, Tcnn., Dec. •2\, 1854. 
Tob.icco sales at McClurc's 
hhds.; :  at 4 'J», 4 
(i (i I, (i (15, (  75. 

llJ-Mr. J 

Tre-itsi rcr ol (he Illinois Cential Railway. 

(Lr'l''ifty Ions of hay were .shipped last week per 
Risinp Sun ' hid.) for Pittsburgh. 

It/" A new Christmas Story, by Dickens, is pub- 
lished ill "Household Words. " It is called "The 
.'-^even Pnor Travelers.*" 

ICT I'he Planter's Bank ol Tennessee lias de- 
clared a semi-annual dividend of $4 on each share; 
the Union Bank the same. 

Mai-.k.— Sydney Perham of Woodstock, has 
been cleclcil Speaker of the Maine House of 
Rcprestnla(ive.«, and Franklin Muzzy, of Saio, 
has been elcclc'l President of the Senate. 

tTA corres|)oiident of the Chicago Journal, 
writing from Springfield,|(IU. i says that little has 
vet been said in regard (o the election of U. S. 
Senator, but (ho election of an anti-Nebraska 
Senator is certain. 

ILTA motion was made on Friday, iu the Indiana 
Legislature, lo go into the election of a United 
States Senator this week, but being objected to by 
Mr. Meredith, it was for the present laid upon the 

(LTMrs. Swisshelm says that women have great 
and grievous wrongs. Among the number, is 
the neglect n hich allows them to live and die old 
maids. Sensible woman that. 

U'lt is thought Cipie and Emmos, convicted 
in Philadelphia of the homicide of Christopher 
S'Xihau, will be pardoned by Gov. Bigler. Capie 
issufl'eiing from a pulmonary disease. 

iI7The nine days succeeding the 28th of De- 
cember, the N.I'. Tribune has received 7,91 1 new 
subscribei?, as follows: 6747 weekly, 851 semi 
weekly, and 31-= daily. 

lUMr. Henry Jordan, late Mar.dial of the city 
of Covington, has been app jintcii United Slates 
Mail Agent on the route between Covington 
and Lexington, vice Mr. .-Vshloa Madeira, re- 

llJ"rbe iiie8.sage of President rieice is copied 
in a number of the English jiapers.and isliberally 
comnii'Uted on. One of the Liverpool papers, 
supposed to be Miss Emma I speaking of it, . aya it is characterized by a high 
' sinte.iman-like tone and conservative senti 
I ments. 

Coal. — Pittsburgh and Cannel coal is .selling a 
from 14 to IC cents per bu.ihel. There is a large 
qiiaulily ot coal in market. 

I An EniTOR in Litk. — The editor of the South- 
ern C.iliforiiian informs his readers that he has 
1 drawn, in Duncan's Art Union, a silver lea and ; of a panther 
; breakfast set, valued at $2,000, besides another , of '1' 
I prize or two, valued at $100. ' 
UTTlic trial of Justus Hurd, 

marketable produce, or be driven lo the embraces from Boston, asking that .-some of the U. S. slui s 
of hucksters who meet them at the city liiuils, ; be senl to the relict of Dr. Kane. Relerred. 

The Jlilitary ,\(adeniy bill was taken up, and 
an amendment reported iiy the committee on Fi 

! and monopolize the supplies of the country, and 
I then charge two pi ices for it ? Are there no ordi- 
I nances against forestalleis and engrosser? of the 
public markets ' 1 f there are such ordinances 
they arc violated u thousand times a week in the 
city, to the great damage of the producers ami 
' eosloniers, and to the piofit of a class of sharper? 
who buy and sell for a profit-i-things that wen- 
fresh and have grown stale liy being kept too 
I long in damp ci'llars and other nhiees, where such 
I things decay ami putrifv. It is to such forestall 
ers aii'l '■ngru^seis that the niarket-lioiise is open 
I — sharpers who miike provisions scarce and dear 
in tlie city. This thing may be worth looking 
into. If those in authority do not see it, those 
who put them in authority will. There are five 
huiidn d persons making a livin;; iu this city by 
raising the price of provisions. Most of this evil 
results Iron, '.he lact that the markel luiuses are 

nance wa.s adopted, ami the bill was then iKissed. 

On motion of Mr. Badger, the Senate agreed 
that when it adjourned, it shall be till next 'I'ues- 
day, Monday being the Eighth of January 

Mr. Broadhead endeavoreil to gel 
bounty laud bill belore the Senate; but on luoii. 
of Mr. Cass, it was made the special order for next 

The Judicial Reform bill was taken up. 

Mr. Young oliert d to aiiieint by iijiikiiig tin: 
bill read eleven inslciiil often Circuit Judgvs, in 
oi-dcr to give California one; which was agreed 

Mr. DougIa,ss explained his substitute, i-liicli 
provides for a Court of Appoales, coirqioscd of six 
judges, in addition to the judj:e having the origi- 
nal jurisdicti'iu; also fur rotation, so tnat in nine 
years, each of the judicial districts sli.ill be filieu 
by new men. 

' Mr. Cass was in favor of keeping the judges in 
contact with the pciple, and that ihe judges in a 
district should always set lo; ethcr. He iliou^ht 
[he Supreme Judge should be coiilincd lo the Su- 
pri inc Court at the scat of goveinmeni, and said 
he vviis opiKj.sed lo their considering anything con- 
cerning a case, lieyond the record. 

Sir. Ucyer said he was o|'poscii to Ihi; central- 
izilion of ilicjudges concerning ilo ir cii-cuils, and 
he moved to striki- out the seeii'in, in oiilir 
lo list the sense nl the .-^enale mi the iiieroate. 
Mr. Clavtoii hoped no Ust vote would be Uik'.u 

\ r -Tioiirirt^x niifl f'oniiiiorriai. 

I'riOA- l;vrMM', lai'iiary 
.Mi'Mi»v Tr'-rittH, Jiin. 8, 

Wo li:ivo nil iliaiige lo note in Uio ilonc; nf8r|.»i 

K veliaiigc ami BUU nu New Orleans and the Kii-trrn 
elli'is reiniiiii IIS i|iiiitc(l in our Sumlay'» is.ue. Oar 
primer, ill ilie daily issue, made iis say thai Tiiuc 
Bills, of /fji tlnys ami oniler, wcro C-el .inrt liiler: st 
on. llshoulil have been .w'/ry ilays and ini'Ior, dc, — 
Kvory l UHiiiesa iiutn wiiiild wo the error. We have 
corrected il ill our Weckl} I'dl'ioh* 

From the Xcw Vork 'I'rHiuiie of Friday we copy llic 

Tlio .Miiii(^) market is decidi'dtv easwr fur •■-■11 liini s, 
and tlii! Hanks an^ l ;iidiii^ inoru Ireol) . '1 !'■■ "Il -rii't;s 
sliOW ;i lualeiini di-ere.-i-e, ,-'iiil ii'-:irlj Jill llie tf.""! 
. I ,. ' i-er  »irer'-'l is il'iiie. 'I it- Chitmbrrs slrtjet Savin; 
tlie soldier i h,,,,); „..„ ,„ ,|,, 

havin;; been Mispended and secured, we i rossed ! ■''"I'''' ^l^f!'' the proceeding.-, and the Senate 

ILf*We co[iy the following from the Cincinnati 
(iazetteof yestciday: 

The General markets continue quite dull. Hogs 
are in inodei.ite demand only, the short receipts 
failing to in.spire confidence, or impart activity to 
the trade. This is attributable partly to the dull- 
ness of (he ni irket for hog products. There is no 
demand (or the latter, and sales can only be made 
when t'lrced. ami the prices obtainable are much 
lower rel.itively than the current rates for hogs. — 
Flour is steady, with a demand equal to the sup 
ply. Whisky IS rapidly giving way. Freightaare 
scarce, ami declining. 'The coiiditiou of the sea 
board markets, the impossibilily of selling bills, 
ami the uneei iaiii condition of mercantile affairs 
generally check shipment, and a small portion only 
of the produce on hand is being sent forward. 

ttjr.V young lady 
Moore, about whose mysterious disappearance from 
Rocliesler, a few weeks since, so much has been 
said in the iiewppapers, wils taken into custody at 
a Ixiarding house on Filili street, near Western 
Kow, yesteril iy inorniiig, and sent I'l the house ol 
refuge. She will be deluined until advices can 
retch here from Roehester, N. \ . 

[Cin. (.kimmcrcial. 

ui on Ihe tii. t spans that li ne ever unileil the op 
posite b ulks of the Missis.Mppi. The oecosiou w a : 
one ol interest and pride. Thi ; bridge will be the 
best c inipri hemlcd by the repetition  if our former 
re| irt nl its dimen.Mons. l lie length of span is 
&Jti fi et; veitieal delleelii ii of cables, 4'  'eei. 
which are four ni number, and each conipri.sed of 
.500 strands of No, 10 ch.ircoal iron win'; the width 
; of t le plalform. in ode of parapets. 17 leet; dis 
lance between t-uspciiding rods, 3 feel 9 inches. 
The iini boi.ige being a (lecnliar feature in thc.con- 
striiction, It will not be amis:) to n |ieat that tun 
nels h n c been ilriveu in the clay underlaying stra- 
ta id' limestone rock of about twelve feet in depth, 
through which holes have been drilled to receive 
the ii ins "f llie anchoi-jge, which are .ccured by 
heavy [ilutes UDdMDeath the lock, thus making 
security doubly secure." 

Co;.oatiss — In the House of Rcpiesentalivef , 
on Wedncsd:iy, Mr. Keitt, of 3. C, made a 
speec'i against the Kaon Nothings. He cousid. 
crediithe embodiment of all that was evil, and 
coucUided by i^ayiiig : 

" Il (hey suceeeil, they will be mute in the fu- 
neral procession of the Republic. He alleged the 
orgaiiizalioii is detiimen'al (•  Stale Rights; in- 
viidcf. the (haracterof the American people, and 
di fluibs the ■jaiicity of the sociel relation. It was 
Socialism, l'ree;oilism, and a crusade a;:ainst Ro- 
man Catholiii?m ; il was deadly and u'angerous 
lo liberty, and wasa lineal 'les'.'endantol Ihe Alien 
and Sjditiou Liws and Hartford Convention Fed 

After Mr. Keitt finished, Mr. Clingman, of 
North Ca-oiina, maile a speech in favor of this 
conntrv becoming mediator between Russia and 
the allieil powers, to bring about a peace. He 
w-as in favor ol leaving the details of the pro 
posed mediation with the President. Mr. Baylcy, 
of Virginia, sahl : 

He had reason to believe and couhl say, with 
entire confidence, from reliable sources of iiifor- 
malien. that from certoiii quarters overtures were 
luide on the part of thif G ivernment, with re- 
spect to this matter, bht on the whole it was not 
thought udvi.sabic for us to iiittrferc with it. — 
i This being the, he was not prepared to su.staiu 
' the propo.sition of his colleague on the committee 
I for Foreign .\iTi !r« to mediate on llii-i question. 

then adjourned until Tuesday. 

HoisE. — Napoleon lloiiaparle Gibbons, the new 
delegate from Nebr.iska, appeared and look hi.- 

Mr. Elliot, of Mass., iiiliudiiccda bill providing 
for continuing the re( air8 of the inim-v dm - ." 
Plymouth b* .o h. 

Mr. Walliid^u prcsenti'l a men' 
N. V. Life Insurance As;'H. lalion, aua ol all 
Marine Insurance Companies of 
that an expedition be fitted oul ti 
cue of Dr. Kane. It was refei 
mittee on commerce. 

Mr. Stanton, of Ky . froi 
luiltee, moved that 20.000 
I'l esidenl's message on the late rl 
bill be printed whi' h was agreed to 
nays, 51. 

The Hon?e went iiil j c 'mmi'.tee. and passed 
14 private bills, and then ailjouriied. 

Di-iuoiT. Jan 4. 

Isaac C. Wailder was elected dctret iry of the 
Senate, Cyrus Towell. .Speaker, .'iid Henry 
Birucs, Clerk of the House — all Republlcajs 
Boston, Jan. 5._ 

The new ship Acoin was burnt ten miles botow 
Waldoboro last Wcdiieiday. 

The Biilish balk I'lince Arthur, bound (lom 
Siiigap'jie to New i iiik, seen iu a sinking 
condition off Manilla. Her cargo was iii8'.:red 
here for 4^00,1100. 

X-* i.w Obllans, J;iu. 1. 
At a distuibance which took place in this city 
on Saturday night, bjur men weie b.idly cut iulhe 
»b iomen. ihree mortally. All the parties were 
Irish, two ol whom iiave le en arrested. 

Lexincton, Jan. C. 
The Know Nothings have carried the town — 
In the citycb ction to day. Win. Swill was elected 
Mayor, and J. T. Hagaii, Attorney. 

CiNOiN.sATi, Jan. H. 
Gov. Wright, of Imli ina, in his Message to the 
Legi-lalnre, takes strong ground:) agains* free 
blinks, and says that the Legislature will be want- 
ing in duly to the outraged ["'ople if they tail to 
adopt measures to suppress the unjust and disre- 
piiUilile |iractice uf the bank-. The cireuUlioii ol 
the free banks been reduced :ji5,(IU!l,lilllJ, and 
of the State Bank $1 ,0(lll,0(M» within the ye:ir. be- 
ing more than one-half of the paper in circulation 
in the State — the contraction having chielly taken 
place within six months. 

The entire Know-Nothing ticket was elected in 

Xo'i n-Auiu:, — Slioiild any of 
troublc'l w ith the tooth ache, w 
them them to call on Raymond l'.' 
a bottle of tooth-ache drops. It 
for this annoying complaint, it 
a foul stomncli or rheumatism, ahd for 
ter difcases, Dr. Gcoghelian's Hvili- 
sovereign remedy. 

I'ap-i .^tuuu.'ai luii^is, at Uid- 

il ( Wi- leaiii that an affray took place at church 
in Indiana, iiniiiediately opposiW; this place, "ii 
Sunday last, by which a man got his brains knock- 
ed out Wi' have not learned the names ol the 
|inrlic.: or ;itiy n! the p.irlicuhii^. 

, lleiideiNoii Courier, Jan. :J. 

H /' One young lady in this city, yivlenlay re- 
ceivcd 480 calls, exclusive id biiii niilitan coiu- 
panie. , one lip- company ami a host nl poor rela- 
tives Two lir-ri. ushers wer- inpletely lagged 

out, and the llunl one i-. not cxpi cud lo gi t over 
"bobbing " iiiamontli. 

[Albany Evening Transcript 

They came up within a few feet 
ferocious beast without seeing him, tthcB 
he Wi s suddenly discovered in the branches of a 
busby tree preparing to spring upon them. This 
in Wilkinson I was a reiiuiring immediate action to save them 
county. Miss., indicted for the killing of one of his i selves; and while the dogs attracted the attention 
slaves, resulted iu a verdict of guilty, and the 

A Power Amoxo THK PASTntns. — A Texas jour- I , . ■ ■ , •/ - -_ c . i 

nal relates the storv of a small party of men who 1 municipal election in Covington, on Saturday, 
without guns were following their dogs in pursuit ! ".^ ''"'S* majoniy 

of the ferocious animal, a man named Davenport, 
drew his bowie knife, and walking fearlessly up to 
the tree stabbed it in a (atal spot. The panther 
sprang thirty fi et and wounded several of the dogs 
befor: he died 

An Ecouical Idka. — An Irishman who had 
eoiunieiiced buildiug a wall around his lot. of 
rather uiicoinmon dimensions, viz: tiiur feet high 
and si\ feet thick, was asked the object, by a 
friend. " To s,ivc repairs, my lionoy. Don't you 
see that if it fallsdowii, it will be higher than il is 

prisoner was acntenecd to seven years imprison- 
j mentiutbe penitentiary. 

1 It /"Messrs. Carter k Co., ship brokers, Loudon, 
' suspended payment, in consequence of Ed. Oli 
ver's trustees williliiilding vouchers against the 
j Admir.ilty lor freight advanced by Carter's ac 
ccptaiices. His liabilities arc £80,000 sterling, 
i which the assets will probably meet 

17* The Synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church in Indiana have ii^sued projiosals for the j broke out in a room in the rear 

New" Yor«, Jan. 8. 
The TI. S. steamer M*8s.achusctts, and the bri; 
n.iinbridge were at Rio on the 1 6th of November 
All well. The Marion was at Port Praya on 
the Cth of December. The 
Praya about the Kith of November 
I cent, and the sloop Dab' on the 15lh of Dec, for 
I Monrovia. The ship Golden Eagle, from St. 
I Thomas, reports that a few days before she arrived 
i the American ship lien Franklin, had been char- 
tcrCil by the Royal Mail Company to lake the En 

direct eml'-iiv'irili;; I'l lend to liank- 
Ilie ii'ilil whiv-titliey ro'-uive'l fur li'ivirninehl .Sto'ik fj- 
deenied. 'Micy siic ceded only |i;irl).i|}y. l*aj»er (Toe.-^ 
liKirti eiLsily alnrii^ the iliscniinl brokers, and Ihe su]*- 
|ily is not I'russiii^ "11 Iti-i market. Wo *)nole secin.d 
class pajieral l'J3;15 % '-l, with srime tninsuelifms al Ji. 
t a. 'I tl- illl; *,t W v, ^ f.,n .t-int.'ll* iif-I'i.j. 
iii^ UJ) '[ilil,: as Weil «t -A-as iinliei| at4.-il. \". u ar.: I'tilijj.^ 
S'll'l lo » ..ine oxtenl l-i interior UniiVs. lull llin \V eekl\ 
Hank Sutcmriil, il ii miiii i|.a|.-'l, » lil sleiw a lurlli^r 
increase in Ihe siK-cie- reserve. 

Ill relullon tu the luiiiiro of Mussra. Farn oll & C i , 
of l!( sluii,the B ;sl'in Past says: 

''ho am It invii!i' -t is n'li far frfiii $:ili)l,l:lKl, ,,f 

wliii-h s'ini .Messrs. I''. iV C, r,,.,T.- aiilirii.i.l.-.l ai.d bai.l 
ai.'M.l .$llHI,tNlll. 'l lie lial'iliii'3'. u'; ."li-Mis. KarwulUv 
('"., we I'.'arn, (ilsid- Irom tli'*al".ve) are ' "iiiimra'.i v- 
ly small, and at ihe Hank of t'omineri-'-, wh -re .Mr. A. 
(i. F. bus Iniiglxiena lailhlnl ami viiliuildu director, 
llu-ir linliililies either iis proinissiirs orimloi *i-rs or any 
olUi r wav.o.i n"l.-\' .'-l »ll',lili||,an.l in fai l, tlicir own 
Keiieral i niirs' ol' bu^lnl•.ss lias imt-it Iti .i threat di "ro" 
"He t reurl],oii Uieirpurl. 'Miey w^ire '.i1. i. .i ".n, 
'laiil iti'l lo earry Iheni Ltiroii^li Iiieir en- ,   i. 

bel  lierAf Co., Init did not eouslder It i r 
su. ti it liiir''eii Iroiit tti.iriisi-lies lo Ibeir ' i ,, , 

'oii-i.jerlheiii .'Ites aiii|ily alile lo ne el an. ■klien- 
eie-iw liieh may ri siili froin their uri'e|.|am.c;i i.r II. .V 
i ".'5dralts. as well as I'll other ei ciigomenl. treeh , 
but Ml doing 1", wilt r-qilii'? ronie iiidiil);ene !. 
Th.' .New Voik I flt'tlne of Friday saya: 
Th" s'Upensi'Mi oi .Messrs. Wiidswoitl. iV M;n|.|„n 
still er' lies iiiiitli l omin' iii in lh« sireei, s-tme of n noi 

1 L-ri . ..„,,, I, „ i„ry lo III.- I,,, I,,,.. Parties wno 

' ' ' ■ ' ' It Uia ts.'Vc. wln. li 

, wept In Ibro'icli He- 
' -10 not e.vpr'. is Ibem- 

.- ' i-'i' ' ' ''1 J '. liatiiaclioii. 
-'-I''s;r3. Frwiu A Co 
ilet'iii, Uliio, fdlle'l aiel uiud- cn as^i^Diiient en Fri- 

Th Fliiladelj.'hlii Lcd(!-r of Ftl'Iu; says: 
ll'-fC wasaii uii]'leaaant r-pillt ou ile.-slre^l je tf r- 
d .y o( the Iniblreol n well-known elil?,..n. with llal.di- 
tics. il i  said, lo the auiouui at sjuie j4uu,«UU. ihe 
falbire, w'iuiidcrsUind. resulu from some conuetli -n 
wllbli ei uinbrla Iron ".Vorks. 

Ili'j .St. l.uuis Intelligencer of v. i.^iie.'Jay hasilie 
follow ing : 

Were 11 uoifor the scarcitv of moiieT, ihs dimtullv 
of "liii i-niK, ai'dhigh ratc« of trainporialioo, uu.inors 
woul i '.|i'jii with mure ailivil) iluiii weliaveevei —en 
' ' ' e  III "la new-year. i.r jjr )- 
past lisve t;een lminem e cotnin'red 
(he recent warm wealh-^r and 
' ^ • :i' Uoalslii liic IHiii'jis, iilieadv loi'.l- 
etl, a « nance lo Cemn out, and we liuvu also bail se .-i-i - 
al ar l.als t/oni Ke il:ak with beaw frelglila of II "r 

ijrido, llO;; [Todlii t. c 

1 heic ras m:!.i inquirj t '-Joy for anv mticle. Hi- 
ri'inoi . r tho ijlhire ofa heavv Orni lu'Now Orleans, 
will' vhliha buyerhere w«scoiin.;cted.dl'l iiotirapart 
uiuih . clivity tj Ihe market. Jlllllers weio abouiHie 
only -.I'srat' r" en 'Chanj;'), buving wheat aid niikih- 
• .e.ii.'.ls lor Ih' ir dour. Wbn.'l holds i, ; • i " 

rales- Flour um Iiaiie.jd. Corn is ■;-'  i- 
wbi'.-.- n 'I'.wn l',7l ' g75c. :ied probctdv . , i, 

the lalier (iKiire. Dan a sba'te lu-*or. W l,.-k iii i .b 
lo^^'•r, full I'jc a gallon less ibau laatwct.1;. 

'ihe L'iiM-lunali l.azulle of to-day says: 

Soliiiej; ,.r special Interest trsusfircd on Solurd:i\ 
ill .Moil" t inatiera. I he demand wss not ao piessin^- 
as 111-, ie. but $u|i|,livs cannol be -aiil t.ili.'ivcln- 
cri-ii-'- I. 'Ibe finuralile advices fiom .\. w V'irk ten- 
ded I" sirenglhen F.aslern t.-:chaii|re was 
lirm al '^^i premium, and sonic baukers were mil 
'lij|io  d lo dii.w lo .iiiy oxienlatlbe latter rate. iVew 
'Jrle:.i s is irrfcntar and may be quoted as raoKiu^from 
par lo I iirciniuia.lhoiighugO'id deal w olicred b. orl- 
va|o 'Irnwcrs Ibat buyers refuso ul ihe lower ralf;.' 

Fionillic Cliicliiiiull f'ommeiciHl ol to-du-.- wo ■. 
the bolowliig: 

III tbeeail;. pail of llie week Mis-isrs. .^pnuMiiif; 4- 
(iibi'ldiiij lisTing lionsvs in Ibis . ilv, and Kew Orleans, 
l;ii'll-. sa,-|reii,l, and, )' Ster lay, ibe well-l:iiown lob ic- 
. " h" i-e of iMe.ssr":. llU'Uy .\- Keiiii-ll, \\.is i.jiind 1» 
\ K'l'l I.   extreme pressur*. tVe uadersUnd. however, 
Ihsl Ibis bouse, null a llllle indiilpoi. e, will l .- able, 
soon, I'l go on a^alli. 

I be New Vork .l iiirnal of C'lnum-ree 
iiiiig .ssjs: 
I h. 

JXWc find in the New Oilcans pa|«r 
for a public meeting at Bank's Arcade on I ^ 
day evening, the Ith inst., for the purpose   f 
inga "Rus,s;an patriotic fund" for the rdisf^ 
the widows and orphans whose husbands ho' 
fallen, or may fall, in the I'leseiit war bcl.veei^ 
Ite.ssia and the .illies. 

tSj'Aa inleresting case recently cainc up Iwforc 
the Superior Court of San Krancisco. Application 
was made by a Chinaman for inaturalization pa 
pers The coui-t referred the matter lo several 
prominent members of the bar, who wen- of (he 
opinion that the Chinese were nut white persons, 
within the meaning of our uaturah/.ation laws, and 
eotild not be admitted as citizens, and so the court 

Pkohibitiox in China. — The most curious item 
of the Cliiiic.ic news, recently received, relates to 
to a proclamation by Yang, the eastern prince, on 
the .subject of temperance. In this he proclaims 
God's aijiioirencc of drunkenness, and .says He has 
sent down his holy comni'iiid, forbidding men to 
drink wine. Yang, theiefore. proceeds to forbid 
all princes and nobles, ministers of .State and peo- 
ple, bictheiii and sisteiv, lo indulge in the use of 
wine, e\en privately, under penalty of being im- 
mediately beheaded. This is even stronger than 
the M iine liquor law. 

(Lf* Oor draijom^n .at Constantinople has sent 
lo ike l atent (Jfficc lor the public good one bun 
dred bushels of superior flint wheat fiom the vi- 
cinity of Ml. Olymptt). which will be distributed 
this winter and .spring for exiwriments in different 
parts of the country. There arc also expected 
seedlings of the famous wheat from the farm of 
Abraham, at the foot of Mt. Carmel, and the eel- 
brated Cassabar melon-seed. 

ICTAn important railroad cose was tried before 
the Superior Couit of Connecticut, sitting at Nor- 
wich. A man named Crocker, had been ejected 
rom the eirs, a year ago, on the New London and 
Willimantic Railroad, for refusing lo pay five 
cents extra, coiisc'iuent upon not procuring a 
ticket at the office, which the man [plead was 
closed. The jury brought in a verdict of $6,500 
damages in favor of Crocker. 


of Friday lu p- 

Tlic next day Davenport killed another of the i "liali mail and passengers to the otlK r islands. — t ' ii[ 

same size; he had raised his rillc to shoot a deer, 
w hen he saw a panther crouched a few yards before 
him, patting his huge paws, ready to jump. He 
drew his faithful riHc and shot him between the 

Import of Foreign llry fioo'lsbi ibis porl aro In- 
ci'-a-ij.;:, bni for the we«k arc leas tliun lor Uie cjrrct- 
p"ii ! ■ u pi-rio'l last \eiir. 

W '■ '-i:]' Uie T'lUort tn^j fniiu ibe Indisii8)ioli^.'ournal, 
under laleof Fri'lay evening, Jan. .Hh: ' 

Thea^jonyis over, aiet lo-iiMirrow wir^^iuz many a 
man will waken wilb less ni'Mey in hia pocket man 
when lie retin d. I lin Itank' rs I'onvenlion has ml- 
i'iuri«"l, nn'i although the jiiildic is not yet adviseil i,f 
the «1. -lulls uf its uelloii, silKif lent is k now ii lo lessen 
toiin i' nee in Ibi? Free Tanks. I bat » liichyeslerday 
•sras i-.-.r, lo-'la  is 15 t cldlscfiuDl, til a a r'Sflalion of 
II l  of Free Biuttins. 'I'ba', is whal inigbl l»e 
Coustitutioil left ' •','"" i a Inllo too /rrs use ofum |ieo|ilc's nioiio;. - 
for St ^in. I l'"^'" a|i|'ear in a few days. 

\\e lake III,, f.. lb, w ing fri.iii Ihe money article of the 
.\. V. Post ol Friday eveniag: 

'I II re is some mys ery relative lo tie- failiire of IJel- 
ebcr.^ ( o .which, ibiMiKli |iubliahod in New Vork on 
'ri!..i.s'l,iy uLernouii, was li"t iheii mado known at SamI 
l.oui-'. ind pane's I'lere I. Ie|;ra|'hii'l lo a-' crlaiii par- 
'. It app'^ars thai lb. -re has bc-n a larpe amounl 
gomg bciweeii l.uliberiV  "n., ol .si. J.on- 
W' 11, 1.1 K'iston. and Foet-r  V Slel ens'in and 
Kay , of Ibis city . .Mticboflhe papar now wottli- 
iil .Si. Louis, ut.d much iicre, nml gives rise 

A Fatal Accident. — We learn, says the Fort 
Adams fMiss. i Item, that Isabella Thompson, a 
little daughter of Amos B. Thompson, about four 
years of age, was scalded to death on the I7th in- 
stant, ol the residence of her father on Bayon Oros 
Tele. It appears that the little girl aceidently 
overturned a vessel of scalding water, and was 
scalded very bad, but it was supposed that her her 
death was caused from inhaling the hot steam. 

(Uf'Tlic New York Express mentions It as re- 
markable, that the ladies of New York, in their 
extrai aganc, appear to be independent of the 
pre.ssui'' of the times. It ::ays: — "Never before 
did New '^'ork show in its s.alooiis such richly em 
bclli.shcd ladies. A New York dealer in laces 
tells us, never before had he sold so many, or such 
Expensive laces as he has sold this year " 



I ti TE IS RuiSi 

FiRK - 

-Last 1 

TuE Mkciianiis" Insti- 
hl about (i o'clock a fire 
of the basement 

An Embarrassinu Dlsclosire. — "Charlie, what 
makes your cheeks .so led ' " asked his sister's ad 
mireroi' a little urchin live years old. 

" Cause I put some of sister's paint on. She 

O White. Cobb ii Co , have killed and packed 
np to la-it night, ■ 5,079 hogs.— [Mad. Courier. 

Itrioscph Story has been chosen President of] puts it on every day." 
Common Council uf the City of Boston. 

The charter election in Oswego, New 
York, was carried, on 'Tuesday by the Know- 

Notliines ! ly has a monil effect upon the conduct of 

It was all cinbarra.s.sing disclosure all around. 
At least Charles thought so alUr the visitor had 
I gone. 

0*0. M. Mitchell, Agent of the Ohi(»-aiid Mis- 
sissippi R.ii I, returned from England in the At 
lantic, having met with .some success. 

ILrWhit is that every one wishes to have, and 
which every one wishes to get rid of directly as 
he obtains it? A good appetite. ' 

O Nature loves truth so well, that it hardly 
ever admits of flourishing. Conceit ie to nature 
what paint is to beauty — ii; it not only needless, 
but inipiirs what it would improve. 

Ibo.v Works Stoppkh, — Messrs. Parke & Bro. 
have shutdown the gate of their rolling mill, on 
Big Elk, till the dawn of "bette.- times." 

0"ln the United States District Court for New 

mankind. Let ;uiy gentleman lind himself with 
dirty IkjoIs, old surtout, soiled neckcloth, and a 
general negligence of dies-, and he will in all 
probability find a corres|j ui'ling dispo.siticu by 
negligence of addreit. — [Sir Jonah Barriugton. 

ILfThero is a kind of magic in trulh which for 
cioly carries the mind along with il. Men readily 
embrace the dictate of .sincerereason. — ( Turkish 
Sun. _ _ _ 

O" Passion if. a keen observer, but a wretched 
reasoner. It is like the telescope whose field is 
clearer the more contracted it is. 

York, Wm. A. Hillard has been convicted for 
shifting his ground and pleading toul ignorance 1 using a poBt-ollice stamp alter it had been used, in 1 

violation of the law of 1H51. 

O" The British Oovernrarnt have given noti ;e, 
officially, that British subjects contributing to a 
loan in behalf of Russia will be guilty of high 

ttj'The Commissoners of Holmes county, Ohio, 
offer the sum of $2,000 for the arrest of John 
M.Shrock,who absconded with the treasury of 

said county, on the 2iid of December last. 

O'Mrs. Mary Ide Ton e) , widow of Rev. Chas. 
T. ToiTey, has published a cnrd, disclaiming the 
honor of the authorship of "Ida May." 

ICTThe Washington Star recalls, its assertions 
as to the cool treatment of Mr. Souls in Madrid, 
and says the last advices staled that he was cor- 
dially received, and is likely yet to accomplish his 

O'Cousinsarc among the happiest of relatives. 

of this reason, he tbrfeited his character for 

"'It will be seen, therefore, fro.n the above 
statement . that not one ol the reasons put forth by 
Dr. Achilli as the true reasons for his dismis.sal. 
hasany loiimhiiion in fact, and that the true rea- 
sons arc to be found in conduct, which they could 
not consider to be consistent with moral recti- 

These exlracU  are quoted by the Review, and 
are from a report published ill Ibii*, and "signed 
by Lord Ashley, M. P., Chairman, the Earl of 
Shaftesbury, the Earl Waldgravc. G. A. Hamil- 
ton, Esi|, M. P., and seven other clergymen and 
gentlemen of distinction iu the Church of Eng- 

It is well known lliat the chief slock in trade 
of apo.ilile priests, is abu^e and slander of the 
Catholic priesthood, and of Monks. Nuns, Sistci-s 
of Charily, and all who have embraced the more 
perfect life of celibacy for Christ's sake, and the 
service the neighbor, the "better" state of life, as i 
the scripture calls it. Now these men generally , 
arc themselves living proofs of the holiness and, 

purity of the religious orders, whose ranks they You cannot only legally kiss and hug the critters 
have either abandoned or been cast overboani | _^,| ji,py „rn always prettv— but mairy them. 

from, for iniiiioralitv of conduct. _, ' , . .'i   ' u 1 1 •„ 

, The man who invented the cousin should come to 
It is a curious study forone perfectly unsopbis- i , i ■ i,„ - „i -i « -, 

.. . 1 , . .c u . c .1 1 ■ town and geta shower ol silver pitchers, 
ticateil. to observe the chanicter ol Ihe ccclesias- ; ° ' 

tical converts from the Catholic Church, and thiit ICr In Paris, a rich American wiote to Mad- 

of those lo it. The former are in every instance, emoiselle de S , of the opera, a tender epistle 

men of at least doubtful reputation, of whom ru i.icli. tiij   
raor will not remain quiet, but is constontiv whis ""' '«"^'' » ^""^ '*^ ' 

peringthisor that moral delinquency; whose pas t bal reply, with the apology thot she was e^ntirely 
career will not bear the light, and whose lives, out of note paper, and would be thankful to M 
it would seem, are devoted alone to blacken- l"American to send her a quire or two of his. 
ing the old rer.gioii, which was too pure to harbor 

them Ul its bosom. The latter .ire men of whom Carrots for Hoesks — The English stable 
their bitterest enemies dare not insinuate aught, keep  rs are beginning to find that these vegela 
distinguished alike for virtue and learning, who hies form a cheap and nutritious food to mix with 

instijad ot giving themselves up to mifrcpresent- , , ■ ■ . . 

ing those they have left, devote their time and \ B'^'" * \ 

their tiilents to Christ's poor, in the most laborious, : in.:; horse a peck of carrots and four quarts of oats 
srif-denwini?, and humble offices. o corn meal a day, than to give him six quarts of 

As proof of this, the following from the Re- meal 
Tiew is clear as to Achilli's case: f,,^.^. j,^ j^,,,^,, _.An Englishman, named Mur 

"While at Naoles. Achilli had been arresteil by , . , . .j - -.• i o 

the Inquisition: the judgment was put in, (at iho ' P'' '' ™"'" '" ''' s"'"'""'" ^'^'^ lork, on Hatur 
trial in London ] regularly proved, reciting hisown day last, driven to the deed by reason of a starvini 
confession of the cases al Viterbo, and Capua, family. Eveo while holding the inquest over the 
and the one at Naples: and sentencing him to 
pernetuai deprivation and suspension." 

The cases iiere alluded lo, are some cases of 
immorality and crime alleged against him, which 
respect lor ilecency forbids one to name, and lor 
the exjiosurc of which he prosecuted Rev. Dr. 

The history of Achilli's character by Dr. New- 
man, for which he was prosecuted, had first been 
given to the public by the Dublin Review, iieariy 
a year and a half b,-fore it was published by Dr 

ICTDespair makes a despicable Bgure, and de- 
scnda from a mean original. 'Tis the offspring 
of fear, of laziness, ol inipatieuce; il argues a 
defect of spirit aud resolution, and oftentimes of 
honesty too. — [Collier. 

SJ" A Western editor says: "Not much edito 
rial this week — can't help it — anjther bouncing 
big boy ill this shanty — only happens once a year, 
as we are tiying to quit ! ' 

Mobest. — The New York Mirror, refeiring to 
Chevalier Wikolfs forthcoming work "My couit- 
sliip and its consequences,"' sums up the conse- 
quences thus: 

It will be a very spicy, romaatic affair, illus- 
trating the old proverb 'truth is stranger than fic- 
tion.' The denouement of Wikoff s love quarrel 
with Miss Gamble appca-- lo be this he was con- 
fined, and she — wasn't. 

Interkstino kkom Texas. — By the Charles Mor- 
au,at New Orleans, arrived from Galveston, the 
'icayune has three days later advices from Texas- 
Five hundred bushels of potatoes can be raised 
on one acre of land in Texas. One hand can cul- 
tivate ten acres. They will average fifty cents 
per bushel. So says a eoriespondent ol the Gal- 
veaton News. 

Fatal Aekrav — Man Kili.h. — i  ii Monday 
evening hist, a dilficulty occurred in Sliclbyville 
between Iwo men by the name of .Saddler and 
Harrison. Saddler was stabbed with a knife in 

the haul of Harrison, and died in about an hour. | chosen Speaker of the House 
Harrison made his escape, and at la.n accounts had 
not been taken.— [Nashville Whig. 

E.xoLisn Knowlkdoe ok the Uniteh States. — 
A late number of the illustrated Loudon News in- 
forms its rcadei-s that, in the lite New York dec 
tioti, the contest for the (fovernorshii of Ihe I'm 
led Statet was a very close one. 

tx dy of the father, news was brought that one of 
111'' children had died for want of bread. 

'ij' Wc understand that Charles A. Withers, 
E q., one of the Directors of the Covington and 
Lexington Railroad, has been appointed Supcrin- 
teudont of that road. 

•ET The amount of wealth at Sevastopol is 

cii nputed to be twenty million pounds. The for- 
Newmaii The public mind in Eiij;lanil,wasnol C"' not less than seven million 

then ill a suitable condition; hut at the period of pounds, and the military and naval stores arc of 
the trial, malignity had become ripe.and justice to ,di,.in,w vnlnn 
IheCaiholic side was al most sure lo be refused — ' ""^'""^ 

"In 1P51 , the a:;it itiou against Popery raged, aad fT'Tliis is a world of compensations. The rich 
then, and not till then. .Aehillis patrons ventured to ' p ' for their silver waie by worrying about housc- 

hi alicrs, while the poor tind an offset for their 
h .I'.sliips in glorious sleep .and a free iom from 

take him before a jury to vindicate his chamrlrr. 
The phreiizy roused by what was called the "Papal 
Agression." was then at its height and intensilii d 
by the publication of Achilli's book, traducing and 
misrepresenting the country and the church 
laws and ordinances he liiid vi.ilated; in which 
he craftily takes advantage of the public preju- 
dice, saying that the Pope had insulted, treated 
with contempt, and turned into ridicule, the Kuk- 
lish Government, ignored the Anglican Church, 
and made hiTiself spiritual an l temp .ril head, Ac! 
This prejuJice was lurtiicr fanned by other cir- 
enmstaneea, such as newspaper articles filled witii 
roison against the Catholics, the "Titles Bill," the 


CoLL.^TERiAL SEOL'RrTV IN Arkans.vs. — Baiiks in 
/ kaiisas manage business in a nither primitive 
n niier. Some one writes that before he could get 
a ifty dollar note discounted, he had to deposit as 
'• Mlaterial" two cook stoves and a cross-cut saw. 
V e would like to know the difference between 

Sunk. — The steamer Illinois Belle, from St. 
Liiiis to New Orleans, struck a snag week before 
last in the Lower Mississippi. She was run on a 
bar, where she sunk. Her pa.ssengers and crew 
were taken off by the steamer lioldcn State. It 
is thought that she can be raised. 

TiiK Finrs and Casualitibs of 1854. — During 
the last year, there were forty fires in the United 
States where the loss exceded $100,000, or iip- 
warils The entire loss of property by fires du- 
ring that period is estimated at.f 15,000,000. Du- 
ring the same period 600 persons were killed by 
steamboat and about 'iOO by railroad accidents. 

iLTTlie editor of tlie Hindeboror (Miss) Re- 
former, having been absent for .some time, a re- 
port of his ile.ath reached his bieuds, and very 
comdimciitary proceedings werealxnit to be insti 
stituted, when the man that wasn't dead, turned 
up and put a stop to the amusements incident lo 
suc'i occasions. 

A Coixcioi.cnl. — The house in which Aaron 
Burr undertook'to concoct his conspiricy iu this 
city, many years ago, stood U[ioii the same corner 
Unit the new edifice now occupies, in which the 
Know-Nothings meet to concoct their conspiracy. 
They should lie called the Aaron Burr Associa- 
tion. — [Lex. Statesman. 

erection of a College in some eligible part of the 
State. I 

117'Kive hundred bushels of potatoes can be 
raised on one acre of land in Texas. One hand ' 
can cultivate ten acres. They will average fifty 
cents per bushel. So says a correspondent of the 
Galveston News. 

Bj'Tlie Superior Court of Cincinnati, Judge 
Spencer presiding, has decided that C. K. Hall, 
i;seal engravei of that city) is legally entitled to 
one half of the jiatent recently granlcd by the U, 
S. Oovernnient, on the celebrated Percussion Seal 

ILf John Mitchell is to be in Cincinnati on 
.Monday, the 15th inst., and will lecture at Ibe 
.Melodeon on that eveii'og. He will be enter- 
tained by the citizens at a grand public banquet 
before he proceeds on his route West aud South. 

Fink Bra.ndv.— Shields k Suit, 44 Wall St., 
have a I'rge as.sortment of Brandy, of the very 
best quality , aUo, a fine article of old London 
Brown Stout, and a large stock of cigars, all of 
which they sell extremely low. Give them a call ; 
they are clever, enterprising, business men. 

^jTOu the 4th inst., a memorial, signed by ;j,(aiO 
unemployed mechanics and laborers of New York, 
was preientcd to Mayor Wood, and was laid by 
him before the City Council. 1 he memorial prays 
for an appropriation of $500,000 from the city 
Treasury for the ciecticn of buildings on the City 
laiids. for the occupancy of tenants — on equal 
reutf — and the occupancy of those now unem- 

iTT.The Washington Star says that John E 
Warren has been removed from the office of Dis- 
trict Attorney of Minnesota. 

0"Me8sr?. Long i Brother, of New Vork, an 
nounco as forthcoming, "The Life and Beauties of 
Fanny Fern," It is said to be written with some 
thing ot the spirit of "Ruth Hall," only giving the 
other side of the story . 

ir.?"Dr. R. N. Graham, of New Orleans, con- 
vlclcd of the manslaughter of Col. Loriug,, was ! 
on the 3rd inst., removed from the New York jail 
to the new State Prison at Sing Sing. 

Ma.'Sachl'sktts LcdiSLATunK. — This body met 
in Boston on Wednesday. H. M. B«uchley, of 
Woicester, was chosen President, and Rev. I). 
Faldy, a Biplist clergyman from I.*wcll, was 

C. P. Cox, of 

! Lynn, was chosen Clerk of the Senate, and Henry 

'■ A. Nash, of Pittsfiehl, Clerk of the House. 

j UoMiciKK. — On Wednesday,* the l!7th Dec, a 
young man by the name of Lafayette Whitelioiise, 
I shot a man by the name of Sparrow, near Brad- 
I lordsville, in Marion county. Sparrow lived but 
1 a short time after he was shot. A flcr a thorough 
investigation Wliitehouse was cleared, it being 
proved to be a case of self defense. 

story of the Mechanics' lustilute, used by Messrs. 
Henderson iV Gaines for the storage of crockery 
ware III about an hour .- time the whole of the 
S]ilendid edifice was in ruins. The loas, building 
and c'lnteiits, cannot fall sh.irt of $1011,11011. The 
building, valued at .$50,000. was insured liir $:iO,- 
000 in the Sun and Crescent offices; nothing else 
wasitisurcd, thatwe cold learn The Fisk Free 
Libniry, scarcely any |)art of which was saved, 
and llie funiisliing ot the hall, were worth about 

The Mechanics' Society loses, besides, all its 
books, |»ipers, and archives lor half a century. — • 
The lOngiiiecr's Association, llic United Laborers' 
Association, and the Llider of the Sous of Malta, 
occupying rooms in the building, lost all their 
fiiruitiire, books, and papers. Mr Brockett, who 
kept the Reposiuiry of Arts and Sciences in an 
other room in the third sUiry, lost everything, 
worth about $.'1,000 Mr. Trucliolz, the painter, 


ol "I, 

is, Fi' 
w. i; 

Ic^s i. 

lo nil ' Il  listril.-t. 

'111. rt'iar b'»iise which fsib-'l on Tliesd.iy, and lo 
Willi II allu-ioii has been made, is Ihal of Clark & Lole- 
j 111 111 . 

I lb - Kxeciilive iif Illinois Stale hasinvitml Mr. Davi'1 
I.e. Ill-:, lo .spriiigAcld, to eiHleHh..rlu make arrnligc- 
inonl- I'orUioa'lvaiire ol money wilh wbicli lo pay Ihc 
I Mai' loan inler'-sl, which Ibe' failure of .Mrs. Vi a'ls- 
wonli IV . Iiel'ton has prcieni'd. Mr. Ilavid Loavill 
'. lie I- prepaicd lo a'lviiie o l!io nioiioy 
fferi''! and lernis prove saiisf.-ictory 

fiiu'lsof Ihe .'-^tiito bing Willi 
■ ' jii « eic n-ed bv llieln llli- 

Shc was fired into by tTie authorities of the island, 
w hen leaving port, and one ball pa.ssed throiii-h a 
stateroom in which were an Engliish lady and 
child. The Franklin was detained a day for re- 
pairs. The re:L-on given for the outrage was that 
she had no right to pass. 

The sioop r'almoutii put into St. Thom'Ls h'ak- 
ing badly. She encountered a heavy gale on the 
coast and was badly strained. 

The boiler in Stephen's factory, on 2lsl street, 
cxpliKlcd this morning, slialieriiig the rear |iarl of -mn 
I the building, and scriouslv iniurmg llie engineer. | ''V ■eenriiy 

Olher lartsof the bufl.ling U ok fire and it was en- | ,M,. "wiid.s wil'ih * s 
' tirely consumed. Loss and insurance not known, i dcr .si.ite s.mction, thai bemi; ihn mode bj which Ihc 
\ The elegant Presbyterian church of Dr. Bui- !  ^iai" • oni|M n«ales iis agenis lor Ibeir services, 
j chai-d, on l.'ith .street, near (ith avenue, wasde- ; Fr'/'uihe Hallimorc papers of iho -lib wo copy the 
1 slroyed by fire this morning. The loss is $^5,000, follow iiig: 
insurance $:t,000. The tire was caused by defcc- I's i rm— lb-re was a lar;- r numborof Beef CaUle 
tivc Hues at nc'ikcl lo 'liiy ihaii for last two or Ihreo days. The 

„ * , ^ ' or"Tnf.ial Ibe scales lodav were l.lo'i bead, of which 
Boston, Jan. o. 

In the House to day a motion to amend the 
Constitution of the State, so as to provide that uo 
l ersoii shall h.avo electivi' fi-ancbisc who cannot 
read aud write the English laiigu.age. 

Kuit, Jan. !s. 
The Lake Shore Railroa'l has been lorn up by 
the nu)b, at Harbor Creek, by order of the Com- 

.noKiniibin*: tksximony. 

I.ocisvii.LK, llec. .7, IfSt. 


Il is duo lo you, and .o my neighbors in need of spec- 
tacles, lo say that, being compelled lo use them, I woro 
a pair, Ihc best I could And, that wenkeiie.l my sight 
and dislressed my eyes, by Iproducing the elfeci callod 
"draw ing the eye»." About a luonlh nso I called ou 
you and boughta palrof yoorPalanl . ip. ctacles, which 
I have used ever since. With Iheni 1 can read, and 
have read sleaillly all night, wiUionl fatigue to the eje, 
an l And my eyes s") much flfengtheiied thai 1 froijuent- 
ly I'-ad without Iheiu. 

1 take pbiasuro in recrHnmcudlng your S|K:c-lacle« !• 
my friends who are obliged lo use glasses. 

Yours, respectfully, W. S. PILi i 

Between Sevei.ih; ami I'licsliMii ^ 

We have purcliaied Glasses y/f Mr. Solomi»ns. and, 
on trial, dml them lo be tlioll eat Glasse-' - • ver 

used. MW. S. Ml ■ 

SUis .M, 1. ■ ' I'. 

Ou .Sevcnih, between Chcalnutand \Val»«l sireoU 

Loi isviLLK, llcc. 7, ll-jl.f 

I have b'-eu umler llie nc ^e»ity of using (jiauvs for 

; aei i-ral years, but have nov' 
i eye: or that 1 e mll use wilhoi 
ti'l a pair ot Mr. .Solomons' 
( bougllt of him I can see :i- ^ 

I read or'WTtts-wUti 'k«ui i. 

I tigue, boUi by day and cand:- 

' oIl'Tii ;r * al Ibe scale 
;.'i w, r • lefl "vor unsold, and Ihe bnlance. (l.ltKl headj 
u I'- "bl lo eily l iit  tiers and packers, raii;!iiig fr^im 
I .4:1 lo -54 i.'i "II lliK hoot, eipial lo JlyojJS •.'.'i iiel. and 
I avor..;:iii;; $1 Iv'j.gross. There were very few I aUlc 

soi l i.! Ibi- extreme prices: 
' l.nellous — 'i lieio is a large supply al niarkel, and 
piiel - r. were bill in;: Ireely. Sal'-s were made al the 
sciil''s lo-ds\ at $.» ;.V'?;ii \-l \ IP llill |t,s.| 
I Fr"\ l,-lo-.s— 'I here IS but liiilc lU'ing in Frov isioiis 
I lo d;i  10 lar hh we can lesra. J'here is a larye qnanli- 
ly ol i"roii-ioie* com ing forward, bill as yet the recoiple 

;r found a pair lo iii;t ray 
It fatigue, 'mill 1 oblalD- 
Rv |iie aid of those 1 
I ' fill 

MItS. HKi. 

u ("'lestnul and Walnut. 

, . -J l-loie* eomiliti .... 

luissiiincr ill the high way . and ihey are now | i,,.,,.^ • u very lirbl. Wc n ite sales io-d»v of 


who o cupied aiM'ther i-ooni, lost his all. inclndiiig | ^..^i-jug Jow n the bridge over :itate street 
a picture of the Crucifixion, which he \.dued j ju^gc Miller aud Sheriff Vincent arc pelted 
alone al$3,0IM). Mr. (iiroux, who had just HtU'd jn,,^. ^^^j gtoncs, for interfering to pre- 

up the large room on the .second Hoot .opposite the jj,, ,.,(,(^ 

library, at an expense of $'2,500, fur taking pho- \ 
logra|ihic likenesses, lost everything . 'There was j 
also in the building a splendid plaiieurium, bought j 
by the citv at an expeiye of .$:t,50ll, and given by 

he; bl the Institute. The Institule was an edifice 
noble in appearance and usefulness. It may be 
rebuilt; but the loss in bonks, papers, charU. and 
arehivea is incalculable, as il tau never be re- | 
paired.— [N. O. Bee^ j 

UThe New Vork Times of Wednesday gives I 
the following epitome of a maguilicenl swindle: j 

The recent suspension of business by the Em- 
pire City Bank has resulted rather seriously to a I 
majority of the Direc'.ors, in consequence of one j 
of llieii number having pieviously become in- 
dcbtcd lo the Institution in the sum ol $ltiO,000. \ 
It seems a gentleniau i f high standing in the 
community, Mr. Samuel l.' ggett, aleadiii" 
member of the Bank direction, and being reported 
to p'lssess wealth, it was deemed no risk to loan 
him large amounts. Since the Bank closed, an 
investigation into the affairs imve taken plf.ce, and 
yeslei-dav itwas discovered that Mr. I.e^^ettoweiJ 
the Bank $100,0011. It was thou-hl his indebted 
ness would not exceed -'0.000, but on fooling up 
accounts, the Directors ascertained tlieir mistake.. 
It is understood that the onerations of Mr. Leg- | 
gett have involved Elijah r. Purdy. Esq.. to the 1 
amount of some 340.000 or J. 50 ,000, by Mr ; 
Purdy 's endorsing a portion of his paper dis 
counted in the lOmpne City Bank. 

.K lew days ago Mr. Purdy was surpri^:ed by the | 
receipt of a letter from Mr. Leggett, in which he , 
stated to Mr. Puidy, that he 'Mr. Pindy,; had I 
Been his bestfrieiid, not excepting his fLeggett's) 1 
father He was exceedingly sorry to say that all 
he owed Mr. Punly he could not piiy him. and he 
inusl look 10 the world Ibr il. ;is before (  o'clock 
than veiling, he i Mr. Leggett,} would be no more! 

Eft Ills were imni"!iately made by Sir. Purdy ; 
and iithers inteieslcd in the Empire City Bank, to 
tind Mr. Leggell, but the efforts were unsuccessful, 
as they were iiiforeied he had not lieen seen since 
tW -idih of last month. I 
» Mr I.eggelt was a partner of Thos. J. Sloan, j 
Ks i.,aiid eo jiroprietor of tlic Empire Works, foot | 
of Eiist Twenty-fifth street, and his mysterious dis- i 
appc.iriiiicc has created quite a sensation among 
the mercantile coninumity. 

i Arrison — This unfortunate man has regainpa 

Pr.oviDENCK, Jan. ft, 
The old mill al Peaoe'Ule.burnl this morning. 
It was the first mill that used power looms in this 
country. ' 

Wasui.noton, Jan. 1^. | 
On Saturdav in the Supreme Ourt, C. H. Mc- 
Corniick aplied to Mr. Justice McLean, for an 
injuuctiou 10 restrain J. P. Manny k Co , of Illi- 
nois, from manufacturing Reaping Machines. — 
rhe defendeuts denied infriugincut and made 
application for a hearing in a district iu Illinois, 
and voluntarily tendered security. The court ac 
cepted the seciirity, and orders I a final hearing iu 
June at Chicago, and refused the oi-der for au iu- 

Piirs8i:R3B, Jan. 8, M. 
Tlif re are 4feet 10 inches water in the channel, 
and iit stand The weat ler is clear and cold. 

Cincinnati, Jan. 8, M. 
The river has fallen 2 iiicbcs since Salur-Jay. 
The weather is clear and cold. We had couc ider- 
alile snow and rain ycatei'day. 

^ PITTSBCROB, Jan. 8, P M. 
The rivei is unchanged since noon. Weather 
clear uud cool. 

Cincinnati, Jan. P. it. 
The river has fallen two feet since Saturday. 


Iks f 11. all Bulk bides al Oi,c. Large Hulk'Sidea are 
waul- il I'l prii k bir sli'Tl middlci: (or Ih'-i Fnclish mai 

kcl I the ino t of ib 'ni that b«ve been rccel\ i d "i 

lar, il' d lliat ^v ele suilal'le luv been iiseil for that pur- 
pose. We bear ol ml sale bulk Shouldera: they are 
li»ldi.l (ic. We hear 01 a aala to-day of 50 bbla old 
ni"s-i I'ork al .Si:i7.'i. .'-ales also, a day'or two since, of 
'.'.'  Iilels of priiiio old Hacoil Side,', alTc. \Ve  iilole 
new bticun Mib's al  i( . and n^w liacon shonldera a' 
7?4C. I'bere have, however, been u-i sales 01 coiise- 
queii'i*. and these quotations ai*.- nomlual. Lard is 
very 'luiel. We quote to-day VVesiern Leaf in bbis al 
f '4 ( Ilv beat alt-»,c; and Butchers' at !iV*'-"3 

C 111* 

Solomon's Spkctaolks. — We are sometimes 
chary of lecommendim; "new things," for Ihe | 
reason that we are anxious to avoid encouraginf 
huuibuggery of iiny kind Yet we are confidem 
that w e can r.womuiend Solomon aii'l his Specta- 
cles, and at the same time do a service to thoic 
w ho are troubl ed with imperfect eye ight. We 
have the testimony of judicious friends who have 
tested the speclacles of his manufacluic, that they 
find them beneficial and saving to the eves, and 
they ask us to urge those "who need " to apply to 
him for aid. We do not use the article, yci wc 
(i. e , the writer hereof. .1 have tri.-d llicm when 
our eyes were fatigued, and found in them great 
relief. A Iriend, and a ^oo'l judge, wlm ha ; used 

l elcgrM^lilc narkets. 

Ntw \opK. Jan. 5, M. ; 
'.'01 on U flrm. Flour has docliiiod Kyi to 4,- 
7SU bl Is Bol'l: good Ohio SS SSaiS Siy,: t^oulhern is 
h.-av, , but prices are uncliaiiged. Wheatlsdrm. Corn' 
is a ^1 ade bigbec .ritbsuleaof 1u,000 bushels. ' 

CiN'-INNArl, Jan. 6, F. Id, | 
Pic ir 47 SU® T 70. Whisky Is dull al £4c. Hogs | 
art," \ ery dull, rio sales. Provision: are also dull — 1 
Gre-.-n faams5 ^c. Groceries are quiet al 4H to 5 icfor i 
sngui and '^'Uc for iMolasees. j 
CiatinNAn, Jan. P. M. 
FIc'ir t7 00^8" 75. wfiiskyS'lijc. Hogs are un- 
setlle i. No sales In Provisions — the only sale was :iOU . 
bbls prime Laid at S,Sc. I 
New Vork, Jon. 1^, M. ! 
Fle jr ijuncbiiuged withbut a IiniUed business doing; 
S.T.iO jbU sol'': Southern Is heavy; 1,200 bbls aolj at 
3'j ()-■'. Wheat is llrm; Southern whilo fa 30. ; 

t'urn is Arm; Wcilern mixed 91 Ua. .':iilcsof o.iKIO . 
bbls mesa Pork at SM. Beef Is flrm. Lard Is uu- | 
choiifj. Ohio Whisky sr.ijC. | 

.New Vork Monlv Makklt. Jiiii. t?, iM. 
.-(:' ks are better and more active. Money laailive 
an l   I' s sre Brin. Erie 41 Heading 75i,: N. Vork 
feiiii ,il 7 i!t Ibe opening; New Jersey IIC; blichigan 
t'eni alt-o; Ohioe'sDf; lndiai:a S's 7 J. 

C'lM iHNATi, Jan. 8, P. HI. 
1-'|. ir $7 aiiait" "j. Whisky I3 uucbauf-'o I . Hogg 
are 'I. ill ou'l unseltle.l at S4to t-i 50- ("revisions are 
i dull, 'leept l il'l, tor whiih Ibero Is a fair demaml at 
I f".i f' r prime bbl. Sugar is quiet at 5®3.t,c. Molas- 
' se« 1 e for old and ?:)c f'lr new. 
' r;t» YoBK. Jan. R, P. M. 

' r.eloii is iiiull8ni:»'d. Sales (o-diiy amounted bi 

Ou Scveuth street, belwce 
LocisviLLK, llec. 1&54. 
d24dl _ 

From niMiop spitiainc. 

' llaviug tried Mr, SobimoHS' glasses, I (Ind thnm 
bolh dislinctand soothing lo the sight, inoro, in fact, 
Judging from a short trial, than any 1 liavjijret used. 1 
rei ominend them to the patronage of thole in need of 
gla'." . signed I M . J. .SPA bOlM;, Bishop. 

Louisville, Oct. '. ;i, II- i4. 

I from Bii lia|  l.efivcr. 

i iMr. ;:oLoi«oN- Sir: Tho bcncflil I Iiavo received 
from tlie Spectacles obl.aiiied from you. Indue rs me to 
expreeilhe pleasure I have received Irom Ibem, Ihey 
suit m  eyesbi admlrati'in. I can now see all common 
' dieUinces b) candle lipbl, as well as by day, wilb the 
same ease as when a -boy, which 1 coi'1'1 not do with 
any other glasses 1 have used. Il atfi rds the greatest 
pleasure to avail inyscll uf this medium ol tesllfylDg 
how satisfactory has been my own experience of your 
akill as an optician. Vours truly, 

Detroit, -Nov. 3.1dOi. 

I tout tbe i'layor of lloclicsler. 

Hoi Hs,-Ti R , .'\pril lib, J851. 

Ma. SoLOMOH— Sir: Having called at your olBce In 
the Arcada, aud purchased iwjpalr of your patent 
glasses, I (ouud thsm superior 10 any I ha- e evar 
used before— Ihey hsve realised mots than 1 coutd 
have expected. I have now put them asMe.Vnd can 
«ee w itboul them as well a» I could w ben a bo.. 

027deuw6nilm* SAMU EL HICHAKDSOW. 


K. SOLO.MOiNS: Being compelled to wear ipec- 
tacles, I have nevai been able to gel a but 
wliul made inv eve- :i'-lie 1 biive Iricd a great many 

glasses, bui I - ■ ■ ' M ■ I 1 ' I from 

you. 1 can 
of time, w II ,, 

P.S. 1 foif-l to meat.".. ii.»'. m  w.Ie 

beneBlledby ihc pair she got, and equally | 


LoeisviLLB, Nov. 9, 

J. H. H i ■ 
499 Main ^ll'-el. 

LocisvilLK, Nov. 16, 1854. 
Ma. SotoMons: Sit— 1 Hunk ilr.o more than .an act 
of luctlce lo lo't as well as lo the .tmeriian commuul- 
tv 10 nalc the .-ipe, :.icU-3 1 bought ol you ault mc well. 
I'flnd mv sight mueU improved. I can see small print 
with tbe'ra lor any lengih ofiinic wilhout faliguo l» 
III'. ,'\,'-. Vo'.irs, Irulv, 

Corner Jefferson and Seventh sis. 

~ LoUlBVILLt, Nov. 16. 1854. 

I take pleasure In sa\lng I have used o pair of Mr. 
Solomoin's celebrated spccUicle i lor the paai three 
W'-eks, I v dav and bv (raslight, and prefer thcui de- 
cidedly 10 any glasses licrelol"ie use.l by me, being 
pleasant and eaay lo the rye. I have been using glasses 
for the past ten years. 

1I31 II 


(LrA correspondent of the National Intelligen- | i,;^ hc;ilth. He is calm, even cheerful in his de 

cer, refutes an article which appeared in a New 
York paper a few days ago, on "Agriculture, 
North aud South," In which the writer ofTers 
statistics to pro\ e, that the products of the North 
are worth more than those of the South. The 
correspondent says that the annual product of Cot- 
ton in the South is set down at the rate of |2,000,- j and coiiiracted the disease Aliilc on hi.s 
i 000, when then the actual amounts is, $15,000,- 1 this county.— [Rmsellville Heiald. 

I BTi'Some one writin-,' from Washington to the 

portmeiit, and displays either the inosi extraordi- 1 
nary firmness or the consciousness of iinuicence. ' 
lie still denies, emphatically, that he was guilty I 
of the muider. — [Cin. Columbian. j 

O" Wc learn that there is a case of small-pox | 
a few miles north of this place. The youne gen- 1 
tlemnii who li:is it is just returned from Texas, 

nav to 

them for some time, .-iavs : 1 bihi 1 i.les. Fbmr is unclinnged. Sales "f 3,';6ii hbl-. , 

"There is no humbug about Mr S.-lomon'slg ' l»"'io 99 'i.t) i -Z. Sonlhern 1, beavj; l.siio] 

Spectacles. I have really enjiiyed iiewsiglit with 1 WA, -'bl ai.S'J '.'ja;*!! si. Vtbeai ijtlrra, with .■salc-ot 
them. Thev do not ni igliily; they rcsf ihe eyes; v\ -s' -n. mixed at in.ic. I'ork ha-, ailvad' einc.^. •' j 
and so, bv lisiu!.- them uo.'asionallr. 1 am niysell iv. llcef and lard are nnclinnge.l. Sales of bacon 1 
again For yeiirs I have not lead it night, but | fii,c lor rib and S»4iS9c fordear soles. Ohio whisky : 
litVf iiUy. and therefore 1 quoio at 3; "!'H7 'jc. Susrar and cohee are unchiiiig- j 
ol the inform:ltion I ,.j jviolaiises i« active and sl.-ady. wilh sr.les ofOr- \ 
■ Mr. S. are a sub- 1 
I lie without them for 


IN cousei|uence ofa largo number ol ■ 

! DiuireKii Dkao. — An old man,naine'l Hen 
1 P iili| s, dropped dead yesterday morning on Cedar 
! street, west of Capitol Hill. He arose iu the 
I morning in his usual lie.altli, a; parently, partook 
of a hearty broakfiist, ami w.ilkiiig, out from his 
A a b:ink and a Chatham "trect rawnboker's j residence, sud'lenly fell dead, 
hop. \ [Nashville True Whig. 

000. And thui it is with many other articles. 

Uranii ExniBiTiON at Washington. — On the 
18th of February, ltf55, will be commenced in 
the halls of the Smithsonian In.stitution, in the 
city of Wa.shington, a grand exhibition of the 
prtnlucts of the taste, skill, enterprise and indus- 
try of the American people. This exhibition 
will be gotten up by the Metropolitan Mechanics- 
Institute, but the design is not to limit the sphere 
of its operations and influence to any narrower . 
bounds than the entire Union. 

UC/'A recent invention of a somewhat novel I 
character is said to be altraellng attention in Paris. ] 
It is an electro-galv.iiiic pen, called the medicinal 
peti. Uy the union of two metals capable of pro- 
diicitig a voltaic currei.t, which is excited by the 
moisture of the hand, it difl'uscs a healthful :ind 

I cumtive influence over the w iiolebody of the per- using it, acting chielly on the nervous system. 
If all the beiielits imiiei^.ited by tho inventor of 

j thisaiiicle are realizcl it will be a very valu ible 

\ and unique discovery. 

now I can do so « illi i;' 
I would urge you to 
that those spectacle 
staiitial relief. I w oiilu 
any amount of money." ] 
We feel 110 reluctance, therefore, in advising ' 
those suffering from dimness or any weakncs-i of 1 
the eves, to call on Mr. Solomon. He evidently , 
has a knowledge in preparing glasses which is 
rarely possessed, and a sort of instinct iu telling 
at once whit one wants, fhiee or four Jier.sans 
of differciii ages, go into his room, thev a:c ex 
amined, and almost at once he says, "iliese w ill 
.■••uit you," "ihcsc, you,'' and so on, and iu the in- 
stances oceutriiig under our knowledge not one 
failed. Nor, after trial, diil the ".specs" pi-ove 
faultv. • 

lcan  atSli ij'J7c. Sl icks are dull and active. .Money is 
nnch iliged. Virginia (i".  tSt.',; Missouri G'sSC; CaliUili 
■,'11^: Illinois roiiliiil ".11 lal'iimborlsii'l Co 
New V.^rk Ccnlral S'3; V.rii- K; 
berhind (:oal ro..T.'»e. ' 

:il fo. '.'»', ; 
Pennsvlvania * ('11 ni- 

Uoston Post, says: 

Colonel lientonhss reached Washington, from 
ills recent visit lo New i'liiglaiid. in fine spirits. — 
He talks in this »i.- e: '1 have the Pacific rail- 
road in my trunk, siil my trunk. The solid men | 
of I'.oston have taken it iu hand, sir, .-Vbbott 
Lawrence, sir! Abbott fAwrence— a man of great ' q^.^ jIarkxts— We arc somewhat astoiiislied . 
wealth — has aiitliorised mc to use his name, sir! . , . , „ . , . ,e ! 

, , ... , at the course pursued bv our fneuns, in sul.euic- 

Lawreiico mav Inive more money than know- i . • 

bidge. sir; but'he the cish. the cash sir! I am | the impoEitio:i which is practiced upon them by I 
like Peter liic herniit, sir! Peter the li;;rmit:— j u,,. imcksteis who attend our nurkcLs. Instead 
lie prca.-hed Ihe crusades, sir— I the I'acic Hail- j ^p,,,,,^^, po„n,^. ^..j vegetables to market ' 

' themselves, and realise a fair and paying price for I 

• «»« i t'.iciii, they barter them to these ciuining men of ' 

O The Cinciunxti Commercial of yesterday u;ide for a mere pituuice, who come here and ex- ' 
has the following: , t^rt f,.o,n our cili/.eiis double wliii tliey have paid 1 

Mr. A. Hill, barkeeper of the steamer J. C. 1 to countrymen. Itiiuy lo.ik c:iri.iiii. but it is • 

■lied llie crusades, sir — I the I'acic I!i 
road,.sii! Solitary and alone, sir, I am setting 
this Pacific Railroad in montion, sir!" 

Fremont, was arrested at tiic National Theatre, on 
Satunlay night, on charge of having juissed a 
counterfeit five dollar bill. When arrested, he 
crammed sixteen dollars of counterfeit money in 
his mouth, and endeavored to swallow it. He had 
previously attempted lo pass spurious bills at the 
box office. The case will be called this morning, 
lor a heating, before the Police Court. 

neverthclesB true, that some of these de:ilei-s -.i^ 1 
making more money oft' the small capil:il they in- , 
vest in this way, than many of our merchants wlio 
are under heavy risks with a large capital inrolvi 
We invite the •,;•' •• 'ii ne- 'i:in i-' • :' . 
{ simple fact. 


Vi'kuskspxv, Jail. 3. 

!:uble vs Wilson, Nc1-. ii: alllrine'l. 

'i honias \s I hoina'*. .N'-ls'in; reversed. 

Harlow vs Hirlle, Wasliinirion; rcverscl. 

Ilaiiiilloii vs Greer, .Me;.'le; rcvcrseil. 

Itigg." IS flitter, l.ivingst mi; nHlrmcd. 

Tiii-Rsiew, Jan. 4. 

r.iincan vs Brown. .Mea'le: rover.-ed. 

Gardner vs Kgncw , lliirii.-'ori; ri'v -r.-icl . 

: haw tier vs Gf ohegati. Hardin: revers'-'l. 

r.riiniinell vs . 4aylierry,tfr'M:ii; n verscl. 

lioodc vs .'ilcorii. I.incole; r.'\ crsc'l . 

.loliiison vs CHilleniiin, Litriie; nfflrmed. 

014bain vs Hall I'eiidleloii; re hearing i; 

l-'iiiiiAV, Jan. 5. 
sniilh vs Lambert. Kockca.itle; allirnied. 
liallinirer \ s Moore. Mercer: alttriii'-'l. 
Wliile \ -i l-'ox, llreckiiiri'tge; ;illirtiie'l. 
ii'K.-ir''er vKSlianks, iibio: i'mniH'l. 

Hiiplist lislllule vsGeilge. l  " illon; arllriiu '1. 
ti -i'iC  vs l''iiii.el!, Keiilon; r- 
M. Iloncll vs Mellonned. Speo 
Itli'son \  iliL'iloli. ^.■lsoll. t» 
.M:.  « V 
Mai'rl I 
Ml I ov 

•r. reversed, 

. I! 


. error c 

nlossi 4] and 1 

flin. W...l.ii';:lo r 
bi^.ii. slieiliy: r,'i 
Ili'irnloii, J-'aJcilv 
j,:' '-d. 

: siinift order. 

Saturday, Jan. 6. 
, , ,\l„-»vi;.'- i;, r.. ::.. li.-l.i- ; amrmed. 
1 V. liiliiker. Shelby: 
, . .11 vs suaitoii, Shelby; rcverje.l. 
':. ;ir w , iVc. vs A;, re-, .Vc.,Owcn: reversed as to 
all uie defeuilauis exciapt Sallee. 

lur rickets J 

ing fiiiled to come in, we arccempelled to post- I 
pone our Drawing nnlil Ihe Hlh ol Keeriiary. IM5, 
which will enable i:s lo sell all our lickels; II so all 
Ibe priic. will bedrawii. All money musl be pai'l la 
lief .re Ihe ' rawing tak' S place, othcrwiselliey will be 
I hn' onl. We bold our ageiils responsible, so persons 
lunine tickets miiJt know who Ibey buy from, as « e 
wo'n l beaccounuible for lickels sold by agenis In case 
Ihe money is not paid in before Ibc draw ing lakes 

""'a n'a''«nuwillhc .-illo've.l 2u per cent, on all sales 
of lickels, and also the lollowing premiuios: io Ihe 
agent thill si Us Ihe highc't number ol tickets from the January ii;  I" lb'' Hih of l-ebruary, IMj, a pre- 
mium of a sloOGoldCalenlI.evcr Watch; to Uie lec- 
,n. a$7.-.(J"ld Watch: :iilhelbir.l.a8.'i"Gol. Watch; 
lo lbefourUi.a $■« ^Over Lever U alcb; lo Ihe dftb, 
a $IS Gol.l Chain: 10 llie sixth, a .?5   , '^„";'- . 

We offer »20.fC l worth ol properly for S-.ili.Ulsl cash. 
In which Ihere is one farm, located in F raiiklin roun v , 
KeiiUi. ky.2K miles from Fiankfort, mi ihc Lou.svlllo 
lurnpikcjof no acres, well improvcl, valued a *..,- 
ll(sl.Vllso,one bouse and lot in the I'.wn of lir,.lj;e - 
, .or , valued al «l.bee: also, throe ""l'"":;."" 
1 Pianos, valued al ».'.uli oa. Ii; also, lu l.old er 
W atches, at »10e eai bi also, one premium I rank, 
vaiiic'l at $91h' Silverware, Furnilnre. costly Jew el- 

I'^'we offer Ibis inducement: Any on- dra'wing tho 
f above priies. and wanting 10 sell ihc same, will p case 
Inill oii'u" and wc will cus): the same at a liberal dls- 

i °"\"drcelar containing tho Gills, and other ii.forii.a- 
1 ,io,i, w 11 1." senl lo any one desiring , 
I ,v isb to purcliate f ckct. or not «"" '» , 'J 

lo acl as Bgeiil-. may order as many lickels "» '" •   

I n iv I k should lliey fa. to 'l'»P»" " » ' 

I iheV order, the uns' ld ones can be returned. AginU 
' led liol liu) f. Oieir lick. Is unlll Ibey are all sobl . 

iiiigle i'i'.keis .'.i; ioinicket5«fii; Ml tickcu » t  ; 
1 ticlicisS'.'li; fJilcl-cls *1U; 6 tickets .*.' . 

ij r'l'ckets can be had of K. Madden, bo'"'''"'. 
1VV..NO. Ml! Thir.l sired, threo doors fr. n. Ihe l osl- 
I oliicc. and also of C.irtis.V Truax, agonls. .N".lie " e.l 

' l-oiirlh slreel, Cincinual:, Ohio. 

\nv one bu) ing six or more llckeK can haie all U •   
drariu on.:' article, such as watches and va "abbi 
icwelry. W e speak of tlieflrty cent pn.-.e.. -^o 
^:-t, so d uplo the 151 Jaeiiary rei.iie.i good forthi. 
drawing. All lickels by mail "^^.-'^J'j;":;,.' 

liridireport. Franklin county, hy. 
.\.B. Tliesecouddr::' •;: ■ i-'.so one.l i.iiou-ilier. 


' ITIii lii? rcoent me*8«ge, the Governorof Mi? 
rijuri defends the Nebraska Bill. 



The pause lapted some time, when Douvillicrs ; nothing could be done for the heavy rains, h ml 
made' the first lunge in lieicc. and was BkilUullT 

, , „ ■, ar.tH, f'T grace, would, ii'dmwn aceui-.ilely, have 
rules to the crags o( tha l r*li. the loi.ulation ,s ^ honor to thn imagiuatiou and execution ot ~ 
_ X. 4.. .1 ^ ,. ,^ I ill constant turmoil It was never expected that 

rr Th« Netv -i o.k Tnbune conUJentlr p s-licts ,d„,inistrution would plea.e evervbbdy. How I ^ 
the re clectiOD of Governor Sewai-d to the Unitco expedient and uncxeeptionablo soever its mea- 
I will be there nearly'BSdOon Sutes Seimtc. sures may be, its policy and jilWom will c er be . .^j Piacide." A lullv ensued, »nd i'lacidc 

■ -• - I V'"''^"^'! ''T tho.e upon wbo?c immediate mdi- , [^^^ 

IT The Toionto Colonist says that the Uritiili I vidual interests it operates inninously. ^au8hl { g^^^^,,., ' ThuMetreutiiiL, he tell over a stone 
aovcrnm.nthasp«rch„sea..OOObu«V,orobes..r J-or^seco.d^ 

loads to (hsous^ions ftud eipUuatiODs that never j^;^ weapon. The crowd cried I eiceptiiip one sentence, where she says; -I have 

 houldbo8tiHe.l. ^Vltl.a rcveouc-a ..^i.^^g,.? At that raomei.t Placide sri-ing to hi. : concluded a treaty with the United States, by 
[■rc-pectof aspoeily . xtii.ctiou yl the public lu- ; | j being a vcrv active and strong m:in. thrust which subjects oMoiig and difficult discussion 
debieouea^n intrtaMi,g .gacuuure-a growing j ^.^^ ^.^^ ^. ^, t Douvillieis. yrb», | ha^ e been equitably adjusted. ' The rest of Hie 

minute. | and lucrative trade, and ull the indications ol_ a | j^.^ m,.,, acted uii tlie delensiie. for all Ins skill i n''i^U speaksof the army in the Crimea with ad- 

miral ion and gratitude, and prai:(es the co opeia 


■ — A Sarrvji  »r Saihio'j*. 
-house last summer that my 
niid iiiy.scl r were refreshing our 
trill ^o ^piii'gs- 
Id beside ouv.selves were there: in 
.1 KM literally jammed. Clem?nt 
I the beauty of some and laughed nillie 
of oilier:--, Biitil the uioiiiiiig w e \ver« 
l.iit, when a  we were at bii-akfast 1 
■u 'ipon ill ail miller tone to look at a ii"w 
was sealed opposito to lis. 1 did look 
!!■• iif the loveliest faces I ever .saw. 
i .lml f lio;n of a highly intellci- 
.u;i as ji'ii, .cal beauly. 'riiere was too 
xi 1-. ssiiiu i.tuiiiuh soltueSisaiidgeirlencss with 
j:..i:!i that inic.lil liave j;li.«d from an Italian 
1 .i:t. Ill lac, a ririi glowing .siiiumcr sunset is 
111 bail  i iiiii:iiis.;:i to the face that appeared be 
[ e inc. 

liir Clem , he appeared entiauced; ho did not 
' liil ol l"Od juto his until thi» 
ho table, and then ho ate abstracted- 
(I a dream. 

i me to my room, but wh*n I 
;uivir to our departure, I might 
.1 I L j,Lkcu in the unknown tongue. Tor 

, I ,. ,1 lo eompreheud that ihu time of one 

, ■ ■ .1. 

J (.1 be ill Ni n York at a certain 
i,,,ed to Icive Clement, who pro- 
. :11c he -vijurd only stay to dine, just to have 
iiore look ;\l the beautiful vision, and lliat he 
wiaildjoio meinJN'ew York net t morning. "la 
fact, Paul." said he "' - "' 
as yourself" 

Alanv .ni eessive mornings come, but Clement 
V. came not wi:li them. 1 was beginning to giow 
uncasv ahidit hiiu, tliiiiliing he mi^ht have possi- 
bly "lie III id and shot luu^si lf lor love, when I 
re.'. l .1 I I'' f ill 'lis iiaud- writing dated at Uoston, 
\. !ii.:b Mjaulled with iiolhiDg but pr.iisf? of tlie 

woii'lc- ' and which eu'led: 

•'1 ;ued iliul her name is Imogen, 

her i t all a my.-tery. I heard one ol 

her i. jiai- iiiun; -ipcak that beautiful name to her , 
last L.cii.Mr wIkji ho iiiidres.=ied her. I havei 
trie ) evcrv "means, but can gain no introduction 
to her It 1 do iK.t ellect an luiroduotion soon. I ■ 
i(hall Jje l ouii i-Keil to inlioducc myself, lor I am 
r,atuii«,d oi OIK- thing, that we were designed by ; 
Heaven to make one." [ 
After this, letter followed letter, dated now «t 
the Whit*- Mouiitain Hrase. and now at the Ni- j 
agira, tin- whcle l.air H ,is taken by the beautilul 
fair one ,iiid lier two |iiotci:tois. two tierce whis- 
kered. Spanish lookiiii; individual?, and in their 
wake luv friend closely followed, putting up al- I 
ways at the ."ame hotel but always unable to effect 
the miicli coveted iiilroduciioii. 

.U l. iiglli, one morning, Oleniant Y. burst into | 
mv room, with — 

'• Shi- IS here, I'aul; slie puts up at the Metro- j 
politau, wliere 1 am al.-iO stopping." 

•■.\h! i;ieiu. is thatyou, my boy 
back to N'-w York." 
- '1 h ive re. olv. d, I'aiil, U) iiitr.j hicc myself lo 
Mis- Aloiitell; 1 have discovered her name, also 
llie relationship of the two geiitlenuu with her. 
One is her lirotlier ami the other her uncle. They 
watch her like ii;;eis. but I will declare myself to 
her ill spite of them. ' 
"Arc you mad .'" exclaimed 1. 
"Ves, mad in love!' replied he. 
1 now tried loiciusou with him, but no argument 
was of any avail, ile knew and thought of but 
one Ihiiigi and that was the beautilul Imogen 

I walked lip to the lilelropoiitan that afternoon, 
r.:'. Clement had been absent ever since morning. 
.1 felt some curiosily to »ee the beautiful creature 
who (iiid so iulaluaied him, and hoped I might see 
her iu the dniwin^-rooin. 

i was fortunate enough to ell'cct riy object, for 
a.i 1 oiieiit d the door of the diiiwing-rooin, l,he 
lady ,vas sweeping out of the drawing-room with 
all the air of an offeiidMl queen. 

.Villi there stood my friend, Clement Y. 

"I have told lier my passion," said be; "she 
w is ii.^arly indignant, insisted site was insul- 
ted. I told her I did not intend an insult towai-d 
her, bi;t that I was merely relating the truth. 1 
;;ave he;- my Ciird, and told her 1 should call at 
this lime to morrow. 

riie sequel ttiis related to me by the lady her- 

My friend kept his promise, called the next 
nioraing, found the lady seated by the table, and 
as he was about lo speak to li' r, hei two friends 
stepped forwHi J, each witli a hoi-se-whip in his 

"I expected this,, but I am prepar- 
ed," said Clement v., a! the same time drawing a 
levoh-er li-om his boi^oiii. and laying Itcooly upon 
the table beside him. 

His perlect coolne.=s .so won upon the ladj that 
»he iiitoi-jK) ed iu his behivll. 

ill less than throe weelis they were married. 

j Kroiii llio fran!if« .rl Comnioiiweallli.I 
Uculh ol I'x-tiov. inorchcafl . 

Mou .lai.ii s T. Morehead expired at his resi- 
deiac ri C'iviii-tou,ou I'riday morning, Decem- 
' , iii ar of his age. hig 

;' hei ablest anil bo- 
: . ' , .latriot ever served his 
i-ijuiiuy. -lo i .iiaier, noblijr lieai-t ever beat in hu- 
man bosom. II" wa- a miiii of genius, of industry, 
mid ol kfiowi ulge . an elof^ueni orator, a profound 
lawyer, .1 wise and safe . jiaie.'iuian ; a man kiud 
au-J g-'inerous almostto excess, an amiable, high 
toned, polisuid gciitlemafn, whose olaud and cor- 
dial luauoers » ere a tilj exponent of a heart con- 
scantly overflowing wittfi the best feelings of our 
  "inmon tiAlure. 

f thUe chief points ol his career 
ijui lio|"'herb«ftertonaTe 
1.1 '.iiieh ..ill enable us to prepare a 
worthier Uibuteto hit memory. 

ilr Morehe-id w:vs b 'i-ii in Bullitt couDty, K«n- 
tuchy. near tliepheulsville. May 24th, 1797 His 
boyhood wasciiieH\ spent at Kiissellvillc, whither 
his lather removed when he was four years old. — 
L'e v,a.. educated al Tranr.ylvruiia University; — 
studied law firit with Brodnax, then with Ex-Gov- 
cinor Crittenden; commenced the practice of his 
profession, at Bowling Green, in IHlti; represent- 
ed W arreu county in tne Legislature Irom 1 82ci to 
1831 ; was elected laeut. Govi inor, in 1832, when 
the candidate on the same ticket for the first office 
Wa; defeated; upon the death of Gov. Breathitt, 
in February, 1634, he succeeded to the Executive 
office, and administered the Government with em- 
inent succe.-s lor the remainder of the term; was 
elected to the Legislature Irom Franklin in 1837; 
appointed President of the Board of Im- 
piovement in l^';)8: the next year appointed by 
the Legislature, with the late Col. J. Speed Smith, 
'.''oiumissioni-r of Ohio; in 1841 eba ted to the 
United .States Senate for six years, and at the close 
of his U rm resumed the practice of the law in 
Covington, in which he continued laboriously and 
Buccessfully enyaged until hisdeath. 

Mkktinu ok riiK Citizkns oi- Fr.v.mikort. — 
At a meeting of the citizens of Franklort. at the 
louit house, on Saturday evening. December 30, 
to make aiTangemeiits for the reception of the re- 
mains of iioH. .lames T. Morehead, prcp( ratory 
to the intennenl al the public cemetery, the fol- 
lowing proceedings were had; 

Krunlneil. That the death of the Hon. .lames T. 
Morehead hits caused the hcai-tof this i-ominiiiii- 
ty to pulsate with pain and sorrow. Wc kuew- 
him as a social friend and a kind neighbor — one 
whose noble and disinterested virtues were identi- 
lied Willi ihe prosperity of his native Statu and 
our national glory. 

lieiolenl. That preparatory to a proper public 
token of our respect for his memory, a committee 
of eight of our citizens be appointed to mako ne 
cessary aii-aiigeineiils for t!ic reception of his re- 
mains, anil their tera|)orary deposite in the vault 
ol the cenietry, anil also lor their public interment 
at such time and in such manner as said committee 
may deem most convenient and appro) riate. 

On motion, the following gentlemen were ap- 
pointed .said committee, viz; P. Swigert, A.G. 
Hodget, A. C. Kecnon, Ly.sander Hoid, Henry 
Wingate, It. C. Wintersmith, and Grant Green. 

On motion, a committee consisting of Messro. 
A. G. Hodges, James K. \Vatso;i. and .lames M. 
Todd, was appointed to receive the remain* of the 
dece:ised at Louisvilie, and accompany lliem to 

The remains of Gov. Morehead reached Frank- 
ibrt on Monday. 

A CiiALi.KsoK TO A DuEL, andUkplv. — The New 
York Express says the following letters passed 
between two young members of the bar about a 
fortnight ago; 


DkakSir: — You are too well acquainted with 
the many dcceiis you have made use of to es- 
trange the alYcctions of Miss J — , for me to re- 
count them. [ ct it sulKcc that I am in possession 
of a thorough knowledge of all your treacheries, 
and it only reinaiiis for you cither to withdraw 
1 our inlentiiyis in tuto,orto meet me as becomes 
a man of honor. Yourob't servant. 

Your kind note of yesterday was received. — 
My life is of so much value to my friends that I 
Hill not partieiilaily desirous of exposing it to your 
|iop-gun, nor do I led inclined to scud you where 
you are likely to meet with a too warm reception. 

Secondly — I have as great right to visit the she manifested good sense in hastening 
your exit, and sliall continue to avail myself of 
that right. 

Thinlly — 1 sliv^ll not meet you in aduel. 

Fourthly — If you indulge in further insolence 
or offer to lay the weight of your linger on ray 
valuable body, 1 promise you to bel.-ibor your at- 
tenuated carcase to my heart's content. 

Yours, &e. 

Co.vTRACTioN. — Thc Ncw York Tribune says: 
".\n instance of thc great contraction of obli- 
gations which has taken place among our mer- 
ehaiits, we mention that one dry goods house has 
ohlii^iitioiis due in all next spring of less than 
' ' ' o" 1 whose payments last February alone, 

'00; and a gi- ry house whose pay- 

.1 priiig were $5,uuil U) .tf ,miO per day, iioi. now a single maturing obligation now 

ICTThe town of Fultoo has been annexed 


A piimtum Temporu — Tf" Adminatratwti- Tm 
prranrt—Mr. 'J'allmt. 

Danvillk, Jan. 1, 1855. 
Another ripple in the rivulet of time has lapsed 
ITTwentj-two thousand copies of Fanny Fern's i into the gn at ceau, and though a portion ot 
Ruth Hall have been .sold. j thc eiisteuce of tlie old year is clouded in gloom, 

• " « - • I not a few proud recollections and giMms of plea 

iLTMi-'s Louisa Howard and Mi. Hairy F« ren j fpe|i„p 1,4^5 ^,,one forth, uplifting our 

1 hearts in ebullitions of gladness as thc song of thc 
j zephyi sinsrs sweet sounds to the sighing sylphs in 

arc at Mobile, at I'ields" theatre. 

in"Wr publish to-day, an excellent communi 
itioii from "Old Liner," which read. 


ILT The Chamber of Commen-e meets to-night 
at 7 o'clock. 

ST Mr. B. F. Hoss was elected Mayor of Ma- 
con, Oa., on the 9tb inst. 

3J" 1 hi l.ii'-ii- 1. / Uiuuiiadvoiati i tliC'-!ei 
tioii of Solomon Meredith to the U. S. Senate. 

ITGrisi and Mario are -ingiDg in Philadelphia 
this week. 

the .shadowy silence of the summer sunset 
past should tench that — 

"1 bongli .^iitau enrtgef the wind and ihe liil«, 
rho ti-rlpt"rc sossir-j IhnLoni will provlilo." 

There is naught in the ckics above, or on earth 
below, toindicale any division in time's resistless 
strcaui, vet this is a stand point at which mankind 
look to the past with satiefaction, and to the future I K'',!',"':|T,„„ 
Killi I oiiliili iili'si'u  •  iiiMi,;s hi-hllid. it"l I ! . 1 

tbeii piesaiiig oi.aaiJ »ii!i i'C-,v aulicipatiuue and 
leiieivcd hopes into the strange land. 

The people throughout the counliy, uolwith- 
lUinding ft -'short oiop" oiid a "light money mar 
1 Uet," have abundant • a use lo be satisfied with thc 

■ •- I -jdmiiiistmtion of the general government, and 

O" Mr. 'Wm. M. D'Autignachssbeeu re-elected j .'ratified that [ e«ce has thrown her silver lining 
the AuEUSia i,f a.) Insuruiice and over the country. lnEut-op. , •'™''',\'; ' 

the Mcdiierraneau, and li om the rillars ot Her 

PiBsidcnt of 
Banking Company. 

A Thf.atrkai, Duki,.- We have on two or three 
occasions made short extracU! from Durang's "His 
tory of the Philadelphia Stage." in course of pub- 
lication ill the Sunday Dispatch of that city, and 
we now do so again. In the last number it is sta- , 
led that in 18111 Mi. Placide, thc elder, then man- 
ager of thc Charleston (S. C.) theatre, and Dou 
villicrs,a dramatic, opemtic, and pantomimic ac- 
tor attached to his coiuiKiiiy, and a most expert 
swoi-dsraiin , had a desperate encounU'r in thc streets 
or Charleston, near St. Mich lel's church. They 
were both armed. I'lacidc sought DouvillK i--. 
sword in hand, his shirt sleeves rolled up, and 
hinu-elf prepared !or combat a Vnutranre. Extra- 
ordinary as this encounter was in an .Vmcricaii 
town, vet ChailcsUiu was then 80 Fronohitied by 
the great inllux of emigrants lhat this affray created 
nothing more than ordinary exi iteuient to witness 
the combat. When they both met, and i-amc up- 
on instant guanl, we w'ere told by a gentleinim 
who saw It, they presented a perfect picture of a 
picturesque combat. Both were expert fencers, 
however, was th'- best. Both pos- 
-cs-co inani- and );i.ii-eii:l ligu.-e.-. and d.-xieiiiy 
and elegance of action. Thuy glared at each 
other, with swords eroi sed, mth the greatest ani 
mositv. Douvilher; lii eased all iu white, mid 
wore a straw hat, while Placide, with trowseis and 
a shirt on. which was open at the tiosom, and his 
sleeves rolled up, shoned^a fine, brawny frame, 
meanwhile eying hi^ aiita:;onist with the exprcs-- 
ion of the hawk. Tlie ottitudes of the e coiubiii.- 



Nkw York, Jan. 1, M. 
The Collins steamer Atlantic has arrived. She 
did not leave Liverjiool until Monday. 
The Canada arrived out on Monday. 
There is nothing of importance from thc 

The liucen of thc West was wrecked on thc 
Irish Coast. All on board were saved. 

Consols have advanced to 'Ji. The bullion has 
increa.sed XlHII.Odll, 

Affairs at Sebastopol a'C unchanged. 
The C^ueeii's spi-eeh has bei i^ delivered. 
A bill was read a second time in Parliament to 
enlist a foreign legion and another to send the 
militia garrisons abroad. 

All of the produce markets at Liverpool will 
be closed during t^liristmas week. Sales ot col- 
ton for the week ;W,00lMjale8— N. O. fair S-Ir; 
middling '■; upland fair ;' ' ,; middling H, — pri- 
ces havciK-eliiied 1^— fair qualities have declined 
most — sales to speculators ainoiiiued to 1,000 and 
10 exporters 1,000 bales. Prices of Hourha\e ad- 
vanced Is , with a fair iiiqiiiry — Western canal 
4'ini 13s., Ohio Hw. Com is unchanged. Bacon 
Slid pork are dull. Lard has declined Is. 

Nkw Yokk. ;2. 
The Atlantic met with an accident to her rud- 
der and was eompcllnd to return lo Li\ erpool. 
Dates from .Sebastopol of the -1111 , state that 

,ho use of the army in the Ciimeu. 

llTSome mathemaliciiial has cali'uUtcdth it the 
"iastein war cjsls the allies 1)60— cqmt to $.100 

that the trenches are full of water ai,d the ro.ids 

')mar Pacha wag at Varna, embarking 10 bat- 
taKions for the Crimea, 
j Parliament wa'! opened, and thc t^ueen's speech 
; delivered. It was wholly occupied with the war. 

— ^ , . , 1 ''■^■"'".'T. i^ontented and populace -the 1 ^^^^ n^^M^s re 

U-John Miichel has retired from thc editorial ; paiiy in power need nave bo fears lor the lutiire. ^^^^^ atl;.ct . when he th mght he Ird thrown him 
•luirge ol the Citizen, ani will remain in private ' jil'^utoms of the hour will pa..s away ^^^^^ p,^^.^ ^ ^j,^ 

" ."=. P'^'«»'" ^"'"J .^'^ Iclt behind to cheer or _ Douvilliere' 

dolten the regrets ol thoso who have substituted 1 . , » j , , ... ' „ . ^„„„„ 

the discoloral ions of their own acid life (or the 
liom St conviclions of the mass of society 
'I cuiperancc candidates meet w ith no favor here, \ 
s ivii only among the very few jlira 

-fe thc next four years. 

S.ME OK A UoTiKL. — The McLurc House, build 
ig at Wheeling was sold to John McLure, lo,. 

ij*A Geiman iu Cincinnati, who has been in 
ecessi tons circumstances, has fallen heir to $20,- 
)0,by the death of a relation in Germany. 

FfNKBAL — Thc funeral of the Hen, James T, 
'crehead, at Covington, was attended hy thc 
•embeii of the Masonic Fraternity, and a large 
'imber of friends. 

iMi'ii. "Temperance is ■■ . lieautiful virtui 
earth would smile and blossom a? thc rose, if 


and succeeded in wounding his opponent iu his 
1'he I  '*ord-arm. The crowd then separated them; and 
IIS the sympathies of the people were with Placide, 
tl.ev took bill! in their arms, and with general 
temperance . ,1,^;^,^ i,,,,, ,y (jj^ [xoxiii, in the Vaiixliall gar 

, and the 

den. near the theatre. To the cause of this duel 

, -I 1- ii.ui 1 . • i we shall rot refer. Placide was the injured man, 

laupeiunce prevailed in all things; but an excess ; triumphed. Let that .uthee. 

\n liquor dunking is not the only intemperance ■' 

ILTTlie Indiana State Teacher's Associaticn, 
'Id in Indianapolis, adjourned Wednesday last, 

I . meet in Madison on Ihe '.'.''th of Deceuiber 

n 'xt. 

(L/ We are indebted to A. Hagao & Bro., of 'i'i 
'i hiixl street, for Ihe January number of Harper's 
■ Ugozine. They have all thc late publicatifiis, 
11! a beautiful uasorlment of gift books. 

I i'CoAL AT EvAS^viuE. — Somc CDtcrprising 
' 'pitalists are sinking a shaft in this thriving city 
. : our neighboring State, that is to be two hundred 
:• . I deep, when it is expected to s'rike a bi d of 
. .1. ^ 

LrDodge, of the Nashua Oasis, has left the 
I '..air editorial lo go into Ihe manufacturing line 
I 1,1 t)hio way. Having worked pretty hard for 
i  thing, he now "'goes in" for fun and money, 

trCapitalists are referred to the advcrti.senii nt 
  ; K. Hawcs, of Daviess count*, in to-days paper. 
1. - oilers for sale an interest in some of the best 
1 il lands on the Ohio river, on most favorable 
I . ins. 

VT The editorial corpse of Tlo«,toii bad a piib- 
li dinner on the evening of the 26lh, at Young's 
t lice House. The dinner was tendered them by 
t! c Committee of the City Council on Public 

P. iiiting. 

Li ' Mr. Fletcher Webster is busily engaged in 
ei . ling two or three voliimesof his father's cones- 
po:idencc, that will Ix^ published some time next 
sc ..son. 

il I The Flemingsburg Messenger is discon- 
tii iicd. The ediloraud proprietor is .ibout lo re 
m' ve to the far West, and the eslablishaieot is 
olb-red for sale. 

II j'.Iames Lynton has been convicted in the 
K' iit'jn Cncuit Court ol a«on. niel sentenced to 
th  penitentiary for 6Te years. j 


le.tiu from the Alia Calitornii that a man, named | 
Joseph Horing, from this State, was murdered at | 
Mariposa, California, by a gimbler iiamed Rcarke. 

ivhicii is injurious tu a community and to individ- 
uals There is au intemperance of temperance 
it=clf which is worse than thc iuiemperance of the 
li'(uid— at least, it is a yuiV/ pro yuo. Reason, and 
ri;;ht, and pi-udenre, are limits beyond which the 
pi-olessed reformer should not go, and when he 
C1OS6CS this boundaiy. he becomes fanatical and a 
merciless tyrant, ami a (le.^t anda curse to society. 
CoiDpulsiou and force have swallowed up the first 
and c-T^recl piinciplc on which tlie primeval efforts 
w ' le built to diuinish intemperance. Thc tem- 
perance reformers ihioughout thc country have 
b' come fanatics, and formed themselves into a 
junto of iwliticiil de.sperajoes ot temperance, and 
a-i you say, are btaded by uuscrupulous p ilitician3 
yilio are willing to ride my iiorse, no matter how 
vicious, if they ore i.nlv l.inded at the d'or of 
P'livei-. The opposition to this temperance movi-- 
nii lit is founded on just principles of civil free- 
d on and constitutional riyht. If they have t'neir 
w in . these reformers will not only disregard public 
u.'-.iiioii, but will enctoach on private right.i. and 
ti.impic on that sentiment of ptrsonal liberty 
K hicii is the si roiigesl passion of our people; and 
Civil lights will become a mere moonshine that 
ni.i\ be extinguished by every cloud of mad fan- 
n 'ticism which luiij sweep over the political 

I ho waves of political feeling are beginning to 
mil high in this hot bed of Whlgery, although the 
i li'i iion i" yet a long while hence; and the coni- 
muiiiealiou in the "'rimes," over the signature of 
"•dungaree," and your comment^ thereon, have 
nddeil oil to the Hames. You arc right in i ayiiig 
tliiit Mr. Talbot will not do "for Democrats to rely 
upfin." The Denioerary haven't the remolesi 
j iiiea of sup|)ortiug him. He has high | olili:'al 
j a.-pirations; is ready for anything whereliy he can 
I siiaiii the de-ircd object, and would coine over lo 
I the Democracy immediately if he thought he 
could gain iheir eoiiUdencc. He hss I'uinil out 
that the Whig parly will not support liiiii. bui .^till 
I h.iii.;sou like thc leMow who, as described by an 
early hard, 

"Oft ailed the halter, ofl Iraverted the carl; 
Ami often look leave, bul noeraod loth to depart. 

The Democracy linve no for one of those pol 
I iticiaiis in their 1 inks, who only join through .sell- 
I ish ni'Hives aod for selfish ends; who iiandei-ilo 

eveiy prejudice, and who, like the puppy dog in 
; M'wrc's ballad, 

I "Llltsnp hU log 

.\Dd d'jon ;ill tbat a Ihiug so diminutive fan." 
! You plumped the middle man Ironi long taw, 
I wheu vou said that Mr. Talbot's Soutlieruism waa 
I of a too "convenient character" to suit Drmo 
cial.s. The idea of the Democracy supporting 

■*Ha, ha. bnl upon my wjri!, 
the thouphl's as laiiybiiigl) abs'ji'l 
..t anytbiiiK I ^ver heard." 


St- Loui? Democrat. 

Like Bkgets LiKK — A few da^ ?ioce. a lady 
entered one of our dry goods store on Meri imack 
street, and wished to examine some blue Thibets. 
She was informed that the last of "ihose blues" 
h;id been sold the diiy pievioiis. bi" they had 
»onie green, which was a really splendid article, 
and would uit her just »3 well, "if she only 
: thought so." "Bul I wish for blue," said thc lad.) . 
] "Yes, ma'am, but you hid better try this greeii;^ 
\ il will suit you just as well if .von only think so." 
T ic storekeeper evi'leiitly thought he had struck 
a blight idea, and kept in 'istilig in about the same 
language, 'f he lady linally concluded she would 
accoinmodale the gcntlcm in, and allowed him, in 
I aceoi-dancc with his earnest rciiuest, lo cut off 
I some of thc green. When the imckagc was duly 
prepared, tiie lady moved towards the door, with 
I a siiiiliiig "good moniiliR, sir." "You have for- 
I gotieu to pay nie." said the .storekeeper. "That's 
no iimtter," replied thc lady; "it will suit you just 
as well, if you only think' so;" and she actually 
walked awav. Iravin;; the gentleman pondering 
on thc effect of his own wit, and the remark.ib!e 
facility with whicii .she "Stole his Ihunder" The 
iieiicral opinion appears to be, thc lady was not 
•■gi-oen ' if thc Thibit was, Wc go in with thc 
majority. — [Iiowell News. 

Stabbixo. — On Monday night last, about 8 
o'clock, a man, named A. J. Henry, recently from 
Scott county, but now living in this city, was se- 
verely Slabbed nsar I'al Murkey's grocery, on 
Water street. John Kastham, John Baker, and 
Pat Mai key were arrested upon the diarge of hav- 
ing committed ilie olfcusi', and Ijrought befoie 
Judge 'Thomas lor trial. There being no evidence 
to sustain thc charge against Miirkey, he was dis- 
chargdl. Eastham and Baker were committed to 
jail iiulil this morning when the charge against 
llietii will lie investi;.'.iled. 

Henry was stabbed in two or three places with a 
knife, iiiid is now lying in a critical siliiaiioii, al- 
though his physicians liav',- hopes of his recovery. 
We know nothing i( tlic circumstances of thc 
case.— (Lex. Rep., 3d. 

Hous.— From the Cinciiu; ni [lapers of ycstcr- 
day|wc quote the following: 

111 ilog pi-oduct« a firmer feding has been luan- 
ilestcd. but il has uol led to any cousidei-nble 
sales. 'The Hog market improved early in thc 
week, but piices have since talUii back; and the 
weather being unfavorable, pa«kers operate very 
reluctantly. We heaitl of no sales to-day. The 
market is dull and uiisetlled. 

Provisions — The market remains dull. The 
only sale;; heard of 10 dav were 1 ,2 '0 I m;: Mi l. II. ; 
from block at *4 JO; 100 Hams ai 
Shoulderii and 1,050 oidcD at 3^ auc ' 

The unrobes of Hog? driven to l.'inciuiiaii up to 
thc close of the year, 'i7'. ,fi95; 

To same date la' t season. 
To same date in 1852, 

I'hi Laeoist Mail yet — The steamship Pa- 
cib ;. which left New York on Thursday for Liver- 
po l. look over (j7,000, bein^ ihe largeft 
mail ever sent from this country. 

ITj'Officer Ed. Willi.ims, of the Second Ward 
requests u^ lo slate tbat he louud a little bo-, 
six yr srs of age, in front of the Kentucky Engine 
House last Simday night, with no clothing on ex- 
cept his shirt. He can bn fouod at the Kcntuckv 
En riuc House. 

IT/'A California paper says itiat a trip from there 
to Honolulu is getting quite the fashiOD— goin.^ 
don u and stopping thiirc a forlnight amid thc ban 
anas, oranges and pine apples: paying a visit lo the 
vaicanoes and other natural curiosities, and return 
ing in ten to fifteen days. 

.344 '188 

9  8 266 

OThe Danvtllf 'Ky ) Tribune of thf? 25th 
I says: 

The hog killing season »t Oregon, Mer'-cr eo.. 
olo-sedonthe 31st inst., and th'.: number slaughtered I To same date in 1851 .. 

] and packed at this point amounts to 4,270, against ! To same date iu 1 850, 

: 14,0'JObead last var, with afallingoff ol at least | ~r~;. ' '. . '. T . . . , 

; 15 percent, in weight. The falling off inlard is ! Hon J. C Breckinridge arrived at his home 

at iea8li25 per cent.%s compared witii lastyeai. | 1ih l^d.v, on I- riday evening last. He took ad 
1 he Lexington Mo.) Eipiess of the 20th says | j,;^ ^^-^^^ ,^ ,y,r ^ome time been at a water 

Theseaaon for slaughtering closed here to day. ' cure establish men t in t-'leveland, in fcei)le health. 
Tho Messrs. Mcfii-ew inloi m us that they have \ Hei- health is now - o much improved, however, 
slaiiichtcred loui thousand and three hog8,a\ craging : that she concluded to return home in company 
on',' hundred and scventy-tivc pounds. T'ac yield with her husband, and they arrived .is we have 

tion of the French. She says she has concluded 
a ireatv with Ausria and calls for instant rein- 
fc!- ' i!!cnts for the Crimea. Thc speech had 110 
eU'.ct on luuds. 

A bill was read a second time in the House of 
Lords to enlist a German and Swiss legion; also a 
bill in the House of Uomioons to send the militia 
to garrisons abroad. 

JJolhing has yet been said of the loan. 
Tho Danish Ministry has been re coiiBtructed. 
The Chin:i mail has' been telegraphed. Trade 
in Chiua was dull. 
Coii.iols 9IJ,i.(:U2. 

The thanks ol Parliament has been voted to the 
arinv and nivv. 

T'he duration of thc present Parliament depen ls 
»u the progress of Government measures; but it 
would probably ailjourn iu about a week. 

Gen. Osten' Sackeii had arrived in the Crimea 
to lake comuiand of Dannebuig's division. 

Private letters say that thc ratification of the 
ireaiy with Aimtria had been exch;ingcd at Vienna. 

If ihe negotiations now pending do not produce 
peace, Austria will call out Hi tor every 1,0011. 
which is ..bout equal to 1,000,000 men to take the 
field as early as possible. 

Chaiib Pacha has been appointed Turkish Min- 
ister of Finance. 

The text of thc Rus-sian note which Prince 
Ciortscliakoff addroiised to Count Biiol. at \ ienn i. 
on ;he:Jf*th, was as follows: "Le muyyirr est nn- 
torife dr lUclarrr. a M. Buol i/ue la Majetlie I' Em- 
jicreur ucceptt leu iiuatre proposUionn du Cabinet de 
Vinma pour Herrier depoiret dee negoliatinns ile 

15cll \ Son report Slate securities in good de- 
mand, especially Virginia and Pennsylvania 
bonds. But little w-ivs done in railroad bonds. 
Money was unchanged. Consols Huctuating 

lAvrrpoul. — Freights are unchanged. Cotton — 
Brown \- Shipley report the market as dull and 
prices irregular, w ith a continual anxiety lo real- 
ize at a decline of l-gd on low middling, and ' 
to i,^ on fair. Stock 595,000, including 342,00il 
American. Richardson &: Co. report beef at 40s. 
Pork is quiet and unclianged. Bacon only offered 
at letail. Lnrd was quiet at Gd ujls, decline. 

Breadituffs. — Brown ^ Shipley rejiort the mar- 
ket as again dearer in consequence of thc small 
stock in i ort. Wheat has advanced -kl to (id, 
flour Is. There was a fair inquiry for corn, but 
it was unchanged. Canal flour I2s to 43s. Phil- 
adelphia and Baltimore 459; Ohio 4tis. While 
wheat ias9d®133 3d. Red lis ;id(i(,|-2s (id. 

Niiw Orleans, Dec. 30. 

The steamship Daniel Webster has arrived, with 
Calil'oriii.i dates lo thc 1st. 

The Star of thc Weil left San Juan on thc ii'id 
for New York, with 250 passengers and .$700,000, 
in gold. 

'The news is unimportant. 

A Russian privateer has arrived at San Fran- 
cisco, having escajwd from the allied licet. 

The frigate Columbia, with Mr. Fabius 011 
boaid, arrived at Greytown, iu which (Xirt there 
were three British men-of-war. 

The Princeton was al Aspinwall and was dailj 
' il'ected at(*rrytown. 

Nkw Orlka.vs, Die. 30. 
The loss by thc destruction of Ihe Mechanics 
Institute was" $70,000; insured for $30,000. 

An injunction was granted to-day resli-aiiiing the 
Pouchartrain railroad trom selling Ihe cjly bonds 
new r iffered by ibein 

III Kurope, giving many reasons why this should 
be tendered. 

Mr. Uayly, Chairman of the Committee of For- 
eign Affairs, slated he had reason 10 believe, from 
rcsiKinsible quarlei-s, that overtures were made on 
the pari of this government with regard to this 
matter, but, on the whole, it w^as thought advisable 
I'll- iisiiot to interfere with it. 

.-kjon after this debate the House adjourned. 

W.VEH1NGTO.N. Jan. 4. 

Skxatk. — Mr. Sumner presented a memorial 
from the citizens of Massachuselts, scttiug forth 
the evil from emigrants, and iKirticularly trom 
Roman Catholics, and asking Congress for a head 
tax not less than 250 dollars on each foreigner ar- 
riving in the country. Referred to the judiciary 

l)n motion of Mr. Gwymi, the bill containing 
thc California land commission, which passed thc 
House yesterday, was taken up and passed without 

Mr. Broadhead's land bill was resumed. Mr. 
Doil-i-.ol lon.i. oil'-red an auieii'liiiciit to Mr. 
Clayton's amendment. The loruier pro|)osiiig a 
maximum of 320 acres iu one tyacl inid 640 in 
I'lie township, was laken up. Mr. Chase in favor 
and Mr. Clayton against the amendment; adopted. 
Veas 21, nays 15. 

HoisK. — Mr. Wheeler presented a memorial, 
n liieh was referred to the committee on commerce, 
from the shi|i masti-i-s and shipping merchants of 
New York, I l lative to certain floating lights at 
the mouth of that harbor. 

Ou motion of Mr. Sunton, of Teiin., the mes- 
sage from the President relalive to the re-eswb- 
lishmeiil of the Navy Yard at Memphis, w as re- 
ferred to a special committee. 

Mr. Fentou lulitiduced n bill for continuing the 
harbor at Dunkirk. Relcrred to the committee 
on commerce. 

The house then went into committee and took 
up the bill for the release of the purchascrj and 
localoii ol snamp and overflowed lands, which 
was passed. 

While the house was in committee Mr. Sellers 
made a Know Nothing speech. Giddings and 
Key had something to say in reply to him. Sel 
lersinadc reference to secretion and abolition. 
After which the House adjourned. 


The proposed loan which has occupied public 
attention, may be postponed until March. 

A ratification of the triple treaty has been ex- 
changed at Vienna. 

Russia accepts Four Points as a basis of peace 
negotiations, but the razing of Sebastopol or thc 
reduction of the Black Sea fleet will never volun- 
tai-lly be ceded. If an inolVeusivc equivalent be 
proposed Russia promises acceptance. Thc 
trealy with Japan by Great Britain is favorable. 
Sir James Sterling attempted to obtain similar 
tonus for France, but tlie Japanese minister re- 
fused. A special French mission will be sent. 

Gen. Harney was amongst the Asia's passengers. 

Halifax, Jan. 4. 

Halifax, Jan. 3. 
The Cunard .steamer Asia has arrived from 
Liverpool, bringing one week's later advices from 

Milligau Si Co.'s Liverpool circular quotes New 
Orieaiis middling cotton at 5, New Orieans fair 
5j,g, upland fair 5 8, Middling 4'^4. The market 
had pailially recovered from the previous decline, 
and closed unchanged, except lor fair uplands, 
nhieh show a decline of ig. Thc sales for the 
week umounleil 10 11,000 bales, of which export- 
ers U ok 3,500 and s()eculators 1000 bales. Ac- 
counts from Manchester stale that prices arc a 
shade better. The transactions in flour were 
small, but prices firm; Western canal 438., good 
Ohio4Gs. Wheat is unchanged. Corn has ad- 
vanced tid., but the transactions arc small; West 
ern yellow 44s., Western white -l.' s. Lard has 
declined, with sales at 533. Beef is unchanged 
with but a limited business doing, although the 
governnieut contracts are out. Pork— There are 
but small conlracts, but prices are higher. 

All'aii-s at » evaslopol arc unchanged. 

Prussia has sent a special envoy to London to 
entreat the foreign enlistment bill, which has 
awakened angry debate in Parliament. 


1'rus.sia ileclincs to join a tripple alliance, but 
has scut Baron Aiitedom as a special envoy 10 
London to csublish conditions for a special treaty 
with Eiif land and Fraiiee. 

.Vffaiis remain unchanged before Sevastopol. 
The weather been very bad and much sick- 
ness prevails. 

The Russians make frequent sorties from Se- 
vastopol, chiefly against the French. 

Reinlbrcenients continue to arrive for both ot 
the allied armies, but thc roads are almost impassa- 

President Pierce's message has been received, 
but attracted little atteiilion. 

Balaki.ava, filh. — 'The Viadimer and another 
Russian steamer arrived on the Gth outside of 
(iiiarantiue Fort, and opened a fire on the Freucli 
flank, but thc allied ve.-^scls compelled tlium to 
retire under the batteries i f thc fort. 

Lord Cardegaii has left the Crimea for Eng- 

Thc Paris Moniteur publishes the loUowing from 
Admiral Hamlin : 

C.\MisH Bay, Dec. Pith. — A severe cannonade 
has been going on, and two sorties were repulsed 
at thc point of the bayonet after an obstinate 

A letter from Jassay of the IHh .says that the 
Augsburg Gazette re|iorls great actiiity among 
the Austrian troops, and some legiHienis have ad- 
vanced to fortified points as far as the I'rulh. 

Lortl John Ru.ssell made a speech in which he 
announces the alliance of Austria Ixith oHensivc 
and deleusive tiefore the opening of the next 

'1 he i.A)ndon Times' correspondent writing from 
Scv,i.-topol under dale of thc 23d gives a gloomy 
picture of the allies. 

'The siege is practically suspended, and the 
! baltei-ics are used up. 

I The army is e iliausted, but is quite able to hold 
its position and 1 liastise the assailants. 

A desperate illair occurred between the Chas 
seurs de VinceuDCS and Russian riflemen, which 
lasted seven hours. 
On the 22d. the French penetrated behind the 

The Asia sailed at noon for Boston. She re 
ports seeing thc Sarah Sands, on the 24th, return 
ing to port. 

Boston, Jan. 4. 

A. G. Farwell & Co., produce dealers have sus- 
pended. It is thought that their assets will meet 
their liabilities. The failure w.xs caii?ed by that of 
Belcher, of St. Ixjiiis. 

Thc Rev. W. C. Eddy, of Lowell, was elecieJ 
Speaker of the House. 

Baltimore, Jan. 1. 
Thc strike of Ihe engineers on the Baltim ire 
and Ohio Railroad has ended, and the bugines.- of 
thc Company is going on. There is great aciir- 

The Maryland Legislature met to-day. The 
Govcnior states that the indebtedness of theSi ite 
is over $3,000,000; the surplus in the treasury, 
November 30th, $533,000. He recommends the 
prohibition of bank bills under five dollars, an 
am.-ndment lo the prohibitory liquor law .to li- 
cense a system of one or more gallons; an amend- 
ment to thc law of mining companies, increa;.iug 
their capital, kc. 

Albany, Jan. ■! 
There is considerable excitement here in ! ■ n- 
sequence of the interference of a Catholic pro st 
in destroying books of a religious character, gr cu 
children at the Alms House, Sunday la.'-.t. Four 
teachers, appointed by the priest, or acting uniler 
his direction, seized the books and destroyed th- m. 

New York, Jan. il. 
The committee from the Corn Exchange, to 
raise funds for thc relief of the poor, reported- 
lections to the amount of $4,000. 

Boston, Jan. 3. 

The Massachusetts Legislature met to-day. The 
Senate was organized by electing W. H. Benckli y, 
of Worcester, President. No speaker has .\ et 
been elected by the House. 

Thc message of the Governor is expected. 
1'he large brick building on the corner of Haver- 
hill and 'Traverse slieets, owned by Aaron l . 
Wild, was badly damaged by lire Ibis morning, 
Harding k Dodge, morocco dressei-s, C. Cleve, 
merchant, and Gore iV Howard, sewing machine 
makei-s, are among thc principal losers. 

Boston, Jan. 3 
The America sailed at noon to-day, with '.t'J 
passenger.-  for Liverpool and IG for Halifax. S'le 
carried out $20,000 for Halifax, but none I 

The Know -Nothing caucus has nominated 
Henry II. Beucliely for president of thc Senate 
and the Rev. Daniel C. Edcley for speaker of the 

Chicago, Jan. 2 
Thc Leijislature organized at Springfield, and 
Thomas Turner (Anti-Nebraska) was elected 
speaker, and E. S. Bridges clerk. 

Nkw York, Jan 

AVadsworth k Shelden'a liabilities are $2,000. 
000. They show resources largely above their 
liabilities, and it is reasonable to hope their su 
pension was c.iu.scd by the failure of expected re 

The stores, Nos. 71 and 7.'1, Water street, cor 
ncr of thc Old Slip, occupied by 0. k A. Wet 
more k Co., wholesale grocers were destroyed by 
fire this morning. 

PiTTSBURau, J in. 2, M 
Hoon k Sargent and W. A. Hill & Co., b.iiiU 
CPS, closed doors to-day. 

-•Iiow thnt there ha* been a general expansion, and that 
a portion of tbegolil per the Gnorge Law baa suyed 
nn.', ' Ino"""!- inlho«pcclellliel»abouH9UO,- 

nvKi, auil Ihe .-luiounl «asinuch larger at Ihe close of 
uiowecli. riio loans have increased about JtOO.OCO- 
Ihc cireulalioii i., uboui i. There i., appi- 
™i 'IiL'il",*r  '""'■''"'' "'""'lei.osiUine-alK.ul $4,- 
nUO.WHl-bullhe aclual inerease i.very mnch less.- 
Ihe iiicreas.-of dineount, appear lo bo nnile general, 
as also n the deposit lino if 
■I'lie failur,- of Belcher * liro., of St. Louis, ao- 
  ;"'''«':'P''''«"e«eniug,c»u.ed general. or- 
pr^e throughout the business comraunlly, loasmucb a. 

^"""'all) supposed that the llrm was Immense- 
ly w-ealthy. 

.ki'j"';' '"■''" ■■ 'li«P»'dhes announce 
the failure , if two more banking houJes. 

It would seem thai Ihe failure of VVadsworIb 4i Shel- 
don, of ^ew York, is uol 114 bad as Ihe Bret dispatch 
bad led ns to suppose; and that it is probable that the 
liouse may soon be cnublea Uj ;;o on again. 

J .t-'^i;'"-'^ was easier in New Vork lo-d»j, 

and Ihe Mock market closed rather lietter. 

Ky the steamer Asia, which arrived at New York 
tins eveiiiog. we have about a week laler news from 
hiiglaiid. I he market for Breadsliiff, was unchanged, 
with a moderate demand al previous rates. 

It seems that Ihe Knelish Government are makinc 
cniitr:,,!, l',.r l;e,.rM,.l P..rk. for ihe nnvj, at highw 
pri.e,. i,..i„,ii,,i„,„|„|„ |„,||, n,e,„ „,t„|,.„ uiedHllln 
the laveriKHd market. Colum had somewhat Improv- 
ed, and Consols had further materially advanced, clos- 
ing alflSiii, being an advance of 1 , during the week 

We copy the following from lh» N«w Orlearss Pica- 
ynae of Dvceniber 12U: 

Corros— rhe teller* by Ihe Pacific, which cameto 
band Ibis morning, appears lo have checked the ard*r 
01 Knglish buyers, and the sales In ronsequeuce were 
conllned to 4,lKHl bales. Prices are iiuchauged for the 
better uualilies, but verj- irregular for mixed II, Is. 
'leuAii o— Si9 bhds were sold nt fiijC. 
Si oiii-Thk rteinaiid was falriiiid 1 .liOO bhds were 

sold, wilhoiil ho%veTer any iinprnveiueut Id prices. 

Fair to fully fair3 ,i*3;,r. 

MuLAKsrs— Doiuaiid active; sales 2,000 bbls at 16(9 
I6 ,c for prime an l choice. 

Flocb— ."^ales 2 Olin bills, including 1,100 81. Louis in 
3 lots at $9 50: Bin in lots at %9 O'J; and K'O at tS'S. 

Cork — juo sacks were sold in -2 lots at 51, some re- 
sales al •! O'jy,. 
Oatp — 1,000 sacks Ft. Loals sold at 73c; and 170 al 
3c 1^ bushel. 
Wiiiskv— .Sales of I'Obbls Haw at MIc; 30 bbli Rose 
alaoat.'iUe: I7.i bbis Kecllded Id 2 lots at 4«c; and 300 
bbls KecilBed al less. 
Pork — .Me8» retailing at $14. 

BrLK MtAT— 211,000 ftssold at 6c f k hog round. 
Hai OS— 20 casks Hides were sold at 7c; and 18 casks 
Shoulders at O.'^c. 
Lard— 100 tierces prime sold at 10c. 
CoFiii— .Sales 100 bags Hio al 8 ic; PI4 at 9c; 100 at 
'.c; and 100 at 9 ,'e. 

Kiel— t^mall lota of Carolina selling at 4^®4c. 

New Orleania Cattle market. 

Bur CiTTLe— the market was firm lo-day. and in 
fa\or of holders. Fine Western CiiUle advanced to 
liSailOclP S, net, and we quote Weatern at 'MIOc V Bi 
uet, Texas, A tiakspes. Ac, at 5(S!6c ^ 11, net. AuOUt 
I8U Western and a moderato stock Texas and Allaka- 
pas Cattle rciuaiu on sale. 

Hoas— We quoteat 7',.!S7 »e H, net. Slock, 300 


.SHair— A moderate demand. Prkca t3 50®.^ # 
head. .Slock, 400 head. 
MiuH Cows— Price alttJ($90 if head. 

Pork and Hog .'narkat, 

.\l Ciiiclanali, on Wednesday — 

The Pork market was again doll, chiefly owiug lo th» 
warm weather, and we understand several lolsof wag- 
on hogs w.-re foldatS-fOO. The number in Ibe pens 
were rapidly Increasing, some seven or elghl thousand 
having arrived during the past twenty-lour hours. - 
Oiiod heavy hogs are bold llrmly aH4 75; bulbuiors 
are holding on for more favorable weather. The ad- 
vlcesfrom .New Vork are unfavorable. Pork if very 
dull theie, and prices drooping. 

In Provisions we have to notice a continued dull 
market for every article of the Hog product, and the 
only sales heard of to day were 1,000 and 1.300 greeu 
Hams at 6c; 3,1100 do at same: and 'ihu Shoulders and 
Hams al 3c. and fic; 140 and 30 bbls prime l.ard Bl8f,; 
50 'lo gut at He. and 124 do do attf v^c. 

1 11 Hogs. Ihe only sales heard of to-dav were I4S head 
10 avcruge -JSO fcs at $4 HO; and small lots from wagons 
at $4 to (4 50. Ihe market is dull. 

.\t  ew Orleans, on the 2:.'d— 

Ihe demand for Pork has been very limited to-day, 
and dealers would nol make au olTer. Some l.COObMs 
were sold during Ihe week, but prices wo.-e withheld. 
It 13 supposed however Ihiil old ifess was not sold over 
%Vi and new »HI3. To-day TB bbls new Rumps wer» 
sold 911 .10. 

We copy the following from Mio New Orleans Pii a 
yuiio of ',^3d lilt.: 

'l oB»i 10— TliB slock consisting mostly of One quail- 
lies, for which there is no demand, Ihe sales ' r lb* 
week have been cnnHiied lo 30 hhda. Prices are a Ut- 
ile beOer than ii'uninal. 


of thi , compared with last year, shows a deprecia- 
I tion in product of about ono-tbird. I'rices did 
I no' go over $4. 

i The Beardstowu (III.) Oajttleof the 21st ult., 

i "ty^- 

yp to last eveiiing upwards of 10,000 ho .'B bad 
; been cut up at this point. We are told the nuui 
ber that will be slaughtered beie this .wesson will 
not dilTer much from the number killed luit winter. 
We believe the nuniber packed here last winter 
was iilxiut 37.000. The price now being ] aid for 
hogs is $3 50, and coming in freely. 

said, on I'riday evening. Maj. B 
ing, on thc cars, for Washington. 


left this tuom- 

(LT 1 he first child baa been born in tho city o! 
Lawrence, Kai.-«is Territory. Th 
celibratcdby a public meeting, at which it wat 
voted to call the baby Lawrence, and give him a 
good building lot. ♦ 

ILrThe St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal 
relates several cases in which sodu had been sue 
eesnfully amployed as a remedy foi snake bite and 
the sting of poisonous insects. The injured part 
was bathed in wai-m water and then the soda — 
moistened a little with water before being used — 
was applied to the wound. 

U'Thrce vessels left the Sandwirh Islands last 
spriiij,' and proceeded ton small Island, known as 
Robbiiis's Island, where they procured thirty thous 
and fur seal skins, v ith which they neenily re 
turneil. It is the intention of the owners to repair 
their vessels and resume Ihis very profitable busi- 
ness next spring. 

A Costly Uonok. — The Charlotte Whig says 
that ill the late contest in the Richland District, S. 
C, (In which the city of Columbia is jitinted.) 
between Messrs. rreslon and Adams, for a seat ui 
the Slate Senate, to ivhicli thc former was elected 
by something overone hundred votes, Mr. Preston 
expended about $-10,000, and Mr. Adams about 

Fannv Kk.ublk. — This accomplished lady is on 
the eve of returning to this country to reside at 
her beautiful cottage at Stoekbridge, Maso., near 
the Sedgwieks. She has been livini; in England 
for the last few- years, takinj: care of her father in 
in his declining years. He being dead, she has no 
tie there to detain ber longer from her adopted 
home, where it is said she will probably nass the 
remainder of ber days. 

It/" We have received the December number 
of the Kentucky C4arland, edited by Mrs. Harriet 
C. LinilscT, and published in this city. The 
Garland is a literary niaga/ine, and conducted 

Not Bad. — In the New York Independent, we 
find the following from a mother . 

"But, did I never tell you what a time I had 
with my little Joe ""' 
"No, what was it ' " 

"Why. I was showing him a picture of the 
matryrs thrown to the lion^, and was talking very 
solemnly to him, trying- to make liim feel what a 
Dkatb — D. L, Urown, Et, . who is extensively | terrible thing it was." 
occasion wBf known, and has attained considerable reputation 'f-JT^ once, "Oh, ma, just look 
as a writer, died euddciih- in this city 00 Saturday I «' behind there, he won t 
morning. — [Cincinnati Columbian. j g"" "OJ ' 

iLji-On Wednesday night a man named J. Wil- \ Aviociols Pilv.— We published, not long aince, 
son w.ts arrested i-i town, upon thcchorgc ofhav- » paragraph about a man s making large quaati- 
iog.siolco $1,900 from a iJr. Front, al the Cari ^:^^^olh'jneyoMU,(9Mf,w—io'«\x\QhxtemOuvJwi 
House in Lexington. lie was taken to U-xiugton following addendum: "Let bim *«.'' 

for 'rial.— {Pari» Citizen, 29th. 

[Boston Post. 

I ID" Maoaulay's continuation of his History of 
England, which was nearly ready for the press, 
is to b$ ke( t back for the present. It seems that 
some one has found, and given iiini, a  -ast collec- 
tion of Stuart papers hitherto unedited, which 
I throw- light on the Jaeobinite movements, iu and 

t.;e news from Washington being exeeedin-ly : '''"e'""!' William and 

s'-iirce) has revsinped his old roorback about ; M*''!- 
6-^uabbIes in the Cabinet and intrigues among its 

O" Tho proprietor of the Village Hotel at 
fJbcrlin. Ohio, has absconded, leaving hie cred- 
itors minus some ten ttousjind dollars. He had 
long eiijuyed thc entire confidence of the bcgt 
classes in Oberliu, and ( onsidcrable panic has 
been created there by hie defalcation. ^ 

TiiL Vest L.\bt KooBBArK. — Bennett (bona 


members to get each other out. 'This, it will be 
r niembered. was one branch of his story of aj 
approaching di.-solution of the Cabinet, when he 
lar.t tool: to making such prognostications, there be 
ing then just sucn a laek of true "news Irom 
Wstliinglon," ns at present afflicts hie columnb'. 
Of course, ull he is now publishlni; in this con- 
nerlinn of (.'usiiing and Marcy. aod Koi-ney and 
Pieiev. and Davis, ar - thc baldest falseh(K dg im- 

I!y the by. the little affair about the babies in 
I'ai is ought lo be sufiicicnt to gratify HcDiiett's 
taste for i^candal for a year to ' Ome. One truth 
lii.e that would suffice to choke off the propensi- 
ty of any other living man but Bennett, to hum \ were insulting him 
up and publish what he well knows to be baseless 
and malaeiously fabricated untruths. 

[Washington Star. 

(D*The Newark Mercury is informed by leeor- 
respondent. that there really is in existence in that 
city an association of "Commnuislw," who hold to 
the doctrine of free loveism. They all live under 
one roof, male and female living togelhi r with en- 
tire feedom. 


*:»o I.V AluiA-NiAS.— Wc learn from a gentleman 
from S'.ott county, that a mountain, about live 

I few days. What, docs it mean ' Arc wc to | genuine paliidge feathers, 
have a lolcaiio in our State, belching forth fire 

Dtafius. — J. K. Hamil, liie architect, on last 
S,iiurday, exhibited at his olfice, an elegant de- 
-ign that he had made for thc monument lo Hen- 

Clav. Other e:igai;einents prevented our being 
present, but those who were, speak in very flat- 
eriug terms of Jt. — [Ciu. Columbian. 

i|uake. throwing up stones and earth, and filling 
thc atmosphere with clouds of dust and smoke. 
The report of one of thc explosions was heard in 
the \ icinity of this town, a few- mornings since, a 
distance ot la rr 50 miles, rhe earth on the 
niouiitaiu lias sunk to a considerable depth. The 
people in the vicinity are very much alarmed. 
. , These .-ire thc facts, as far as we are able to learn : 

with much ability and taste. We consider it by far : but we hope to hear more fully and particularly in 
the best and cheapesi monthly in the West, and , 
should be liberally su]iported by all who lake any \ 
interest or pride in our literary reputation. 
Terms $2 per annum in advance. 

Bans Divioemis. — Thc Northern Bank of Ken ' 
tucky has declared a dividend of five per cent. ' 
for the last six months. 

I'he Hank of Kentucky has alpo declared a di- 
vidend of five per cent, for the same time. 

Till- Rank ol Louisville has declared a semi 
annual dividend of 4)o per cent., and au extra 
dividend of 2J^ per cent, out of its surplus fund. 

Di KL IM Embbto. — Thc New York Herald s 
Wa.shington correspondent, writing on the 22d 
says: "The next most prominent topic of conver 
gation here is an impending iiersonal declaration 
of waragainst (ien. Sam. Houston. It is an affair 
which has been held in suspense for n good many 
year-i, but which a certain speech, within the last 
year, of Houston's, ha.s brought to a crisis. Some 
of the old founders of the Texas Hepublie arc im- 
plicated. With ilio arrival of Houston, Gen. 

milc!. fnim Waldren, has exploded three times : he did not seem to be Ihiiiking of himself,l)ul ex 
luring the last week. The explosions were very j claimed 
loud and terrific, causing the earth around to 

and smoke, and hurling red hot stones into the 
 ilmospherf . and filling the valllrs aronnd with 
melted lava. 

iKorl Smith lArk.) Herald, Dec. Itilh. 

inrWe copy the following frnm the Common- 
\vealth of yestjrday, relative to conveying the re- 
mains of Ex-Uovernoi Morehead to Frankfort for 
inter lOCDl: 

Thc Committee of thc eitijciiK of Kiaukfort, 
 -pIioiutcd forjthat purpose, racl the Committee 
£-oni Covington at Louisville, and undercharge of 
the two Committees, the remains were brought to 
Frankfort on the morning train of Monday At 
Bagdad, thc train bringing the remains was met by 
the Committee o( Arrangements apixjinted by th-' 
meetin;^ of the citizens of I-'rauklorl, who returned 
with tlie other Committees from that point, 
ri^cdat thc I'raukfort depot, the remains were 
placed in a heav=e. and followed by a large num- 
1 her of our citizens to the Cemetery, and there de- 
posited in 'the vault lu await final interment, upon 
lOuie day lobe berealter announced, iu a manner 
I expressive of the high regaitl 111 w hich thc people 
ol I'rankfoi-t mid of the State held the distin- 
;;uishe l decca ed. 

!Ij"lUver lining — bii.i inc°.s impruriog — coal he- 

Central railroad, at this place, was damaged by 
vantage of tlie intervals of thS holidays to visit I fire this moining. It will not eauoc any interrup- 
. . • . tion o( busineas. 

Nkw OsLrANH, Dec.30. 
Thc National arrived from Louisville, and 
the Duke has departed for Cincinnati. 

Prr-rsBunou, Jan. 2, M. 
Thc banking-house of (Jen. Lorimer failed to 


Nkw Yoki, Jan. 'i. 
Thc eteamei Star of the West reached ber 
dock shortly alter 2 o'clock. 

She connected « ith the Sierra Nevada, which 
veijcl left San Kraucisco on the evening o( 
thc IStli. 

She brings $625,685. £Ier consignees arc as 

Duncan, Sherman & Co.. $202,l 00, Adams A: 
$lt(4.000: Wells i: Fargo, $90,0011: Hodge .V Co., 
$70,000; Ncwhouse k Spatz, Philadelphia, 

Amongst the passengers are Senator Gwynn, 
Hon. R. C Oarrisou. .1. Kot-o Urown, Es |., and 
Maj. A. J. .Smith. 

'I'he ririlish liigate Vesl.1l, in leavin;: Greytown 
grounded, and w as ton ed off by thc steamer I  aii 
iel Webster. 

Tile house of Belcher k Co., St. Louis sugarre- 
linei-s. has failed for $200,000. involving Wm- 
throp G. Hay. a stock broker of this eily, for 
.f2-^i,000. and Foster A: Sherman, bankers, for 
$:filO,Ol)tl, and sundry Boston houses for a mil- 

The Black Waitior has arrived with Havana 
dates to the 'i7lh 

There is nothing of the least interest li-om 

A passenger stales that he left l.a (iuayro on 
thc ^tli of Oct., w hen the sloop of war Albany 
was in port. All well. She was bound dow n the 

Tlilrfy-Tbiril fonsr«i»i» — Secon«l So«- 

  Wa.-«uimitox, Jan, 2. 

Skxatk. — -The only matter of genenil interest 
to pay is the tfecision of Mr. Itroadhead's bill 
granting Ixninty laud to certain ollicers and sol- 
diers who have been engaged in the military ser- 
vice of thc United States. 

Several ameiidmeiils were proposed by differ- 
ent Senators, some of which were negatived, 
and othei-s were under diecu.ssion at thc time our 
report closed. 

HoiBE. — Mr. Perkins, of La., reported a bill 
with.imendmcnls remodelling the diplomatic and 
consular system of the United Stales. Us con- 
sideration was postponed till Tuesilay next. • 
Mr. Stanb asked leave to introduee a resolution 
tendering the use of the lull ot the liouse Rc)i- 
renviilatives to the soldiers of the war of 181".', 
in w hich lo hold their convention on the Sth ol 
January next. Sir. .lones, of Tennessee, 

Mr. Latham offered a resolution which ivas 
lulopteil calling on the postolhce department for a 
copy of the eoulraet ol if^.').') with Jtamsey Car- 
mick,for the transport;iliou of the United mails 
between \'era Cruz and San Francisco. 

TlicUouse ihcn proceeded to the consideration 
of llic bill to amend thc act of August 18. 1, re- 
ducing and grading the price of public lands to 
actual settlers and cultivators. 

W'Asui.NiiTON, Jan. .'). 
SEXATii. — A communication was received from 
thc President, enclosing tlie correspondence of 
Major tieneral Wool, respecting the operations 
of the Pacific diviiiion of the army upon 
coast. Laid on the table, and ordered lobe print- 
ed. Mr. Wellcr said that he would di.scuss the 
subject atsome luture day. 

Hoisr. — Mr. Latham, from the Committee on 
Public Lands, reported back tho bill, to con,inue 
in force from March od. next, for adjusting land 
claims in California. He said thc Ijoard of Com 
missioiiers had been in session for two years and a 
half; ihat 812 cases have been brought before 
them: of these, ihey have acted on 3f7; 294 have 
been lontirmed, and 121 cases are yet lo be 
acted on; and, unless this bill shall be passed, 
they will, as a coiiserpience, be undisposed of 
and persons interested will hiive lo come to Con- 
gress for relief. The bill passed. 

Mr. Pettit, the Ilou.'-e being in Committee, oi'- 
lered a bill for the i-clicf of settlei-s on swamps 
and ovet-Howed lands. The subject being a nom- 
inal subject for debate, he made a da-'hiii-r, 
ai-gumentativc, denunciatory and slavish sjieeeli 
against Know-Nothiogism, looking on their secret 
macliiiiations as calculated, if successful, U  break 
lown States' rights, and indict a fatal sUab on re- 
aiul, a.s a eonsecjuenee, 
lainagings^icial relations. 
.Mr. Clingman changed the current of debate 

The steamer Philadelphia, from Havana, has j ^^^^^ ..n^^„^,,„j„tb, and established themselve^ 
arrived. ^ ^ | for a time within, but there w as no preparation for 

. . I?''?' '»?",C- , , a ceueral assault and they withdrew. 

Schenectady engine house ol the N. \ork I ,j,;„, Hjpre waa another confiict between 

thc same parties, 
■f'repar.ilion'^ for a renewal of the general bora- 

\k IxDiiiNA.vr AcroK. — Mr. Paumier, :.ii .ictor 
of some local eminence in Ireland, one night re- 
cently, at the Belfast Theatre, sp it in thc face of 
and struck the Hon. Arthur .\niicsly, of the 22d, 
and some other ollicers, who Mi . Paumier thought 

Ij'lleeeutly a Ocriiiau, nt Chicago, had lis 
right arm «an-cd completely oil' by a circular .'siiw. 
He had been in this country but a .short tiiin', and 
was working hard and saving money in bring over 
hi." pareiit.s When !ii  wuiiud was being drc.- se?^ 

•My poor father and mother, who will 

take caie of them ? 
They will die alouci 

They will never see me! 
1 can no more work for 

O" A ijuail was recently shot near Sparia, Ha. 
which exhibited all the features of its species, ex- 
cept as lo thc color of its feathers, which were 
white. Some few on its wings and breast were 

bai-ilmeut w-ere progressing. 

TiiiKsT. "J"* and 29.— Def| crate sorlies were 
made by thc Russians on the French, but they 
were repulsed, with considerable loss on both 
sides. '1'he llusj iaudeleuses were much strength- 
ened. On the 29th, a sortie was made on the 
Fi eiith by the Ru,s3ians, 2,0(iD strong, the French 
bciiiy only 700; they silently mounted the para- 
pel. and their batteries covered tlie Russians with 
a deadly volley. They then leaped down .mil at- 
tacked them w ith the bayonet and compelled the 
Russians to retrcal. 

Nov. 30 — There was a heavy fire on the French 
during the night. 

The Grand Duke Michael was observed ma- 
king a reconnoisauce at a distance. 

Flags of truce h ive been exchanged respecting 
exchange of prisoners. 

Dec. I. — There is more rain, and thc slate ol the 
roads ptcvent   the arrival of supplies ou the part 
of tho British, and iliey are temporarily on shori 

Thc deaths from cholera average sixty daily. 

Dkc. 2. — Deserters say that the condition ot thc 
llu'sians iu the lield is worse than the allies. 

There has been much bell-ringing and rejoicing 
in .Sevastopol during the night, supposed to be 
cau.scil by the arrival of provisions. 

IiF.i 1 iiBtR 5th. — The sortie against the French 
, was repulsed with much loss. 

Dei-kmbkb 7th. — I'he Moniti ar says that the 
bcseige.-'s batteries have been iv-c.siablished, and 
before three vlays the firing will be resumed. The 
allies are sullieiently entreuelied and provisioned 
to remain through the winter. 

On the 13th, a Russian dispatch stated that 
nothing ol importance had occurred. Some small 
sorties had been successful, in one of w-liieli the 
Ru.ssians captured some small mortars and spiked 
other larger ones. 

Tne allies' lire is feeble. 


The Russian deienccson the South is estimated 
to be 100 guns stronger than when iheseige began. 
On the other hand tiie British erected a very (low- 
crl'ul new battery, not yet oi)ciied,oii an eminence 
norlli of the Valley of lukcrraanii, commanding 
every house in Sebastop il, besides being another 
step towarls a complete investment of thc 

It is observed that tlie Rus^i ii;s arc running 
ships at Sebaslopo! 
surprise by sea. 

Liprandc was deprived of his command for a 
fault committed at Inkermann on the Sth. 

Five llious.ind French reached Constantinople 
on the f*lli on their way to Omar Pascha's lorce. 

BK|iorlod lo dale. 
KxiK rt«id lo-day.. 


Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared. . . 

.Honctary ana Coninicrciai. 


We have no iJiange to note in the .Money market.— 
Kxchani^e is very firm at 1 IPcl and scarce. The bulk 
of Ihe January payments are not due until the 4lli, but 
BO far such as has become due have been very jiroinpt- 
ly met. There is some demand for money, bul leillo 
half sogreat an extent as lu the besrinningof Dceeiii- 
bor. The belief is very correct lhat the worst of the 
crisis is over, and that business and money matters will 
be much easier from Ihls liiiio forward. 

The New Orleans Picayune, of Oeceniber -JOlli, has 
the followinK; 

The tono of Ihe Money market has not chaiij^ed to 
day. Things continue lo work aloiij^ smoolhlr, :tiid 
the only apprehension that exisl , arises from the lo-* 
sta^e of H-aler ill llio upper rivers and tribuuries, and 
the coiiseiiueiil fear that produce and cotton u ill nol 
resell here in lime to cover adv ances, in wliich event 
partie* may be compelled lo strain Uleir re-ources t-j 
the utmost, liorortunaiely the coiidiiion of the K.iiikJ 
Willi a reduced specie reaer^ e, is not such as lo warrant 
the belief lliallney will led be prepared to aeconimo- 
date to tho extent of Ibe emer^eiiry, and hence the 
greater neeeitity for relyin:; on individual means and 
exertions, t'lidorsuch cireunistancos il is a iiialt-ir of 
conprattilalion to know that our commercial coniniii- 
iiily 13 essentially ^^r.^Il^:, and that no old sorei aii'l ev- 
travafraucos have been allowed to e.-il into the roibfrt:iuee 
of our trade. Wc feel quiteassured lhat we shall lia\ o 
a preliy light time of il nexl aioiith, bul we feel eijual- 
ly certain alpo thai all difflcullies will be reailll) siir- 

WKD.NSaUAV KvKNlKO, Jan. 3. 

The advices from the Kaslern ciiies continue favora- 
ble. The interests aud dividends due and to b'.- paid 
in New Vork on Ibu 'JJ iusl. reached the sum of #5,- 
flOO.OOO, Ihe promptness with which provision bad 
been made to meet Ihe pnyuieiiU will lend ^really lo 
tbe ro-eslabllslinient of coiifldcuoe. Hie Now \'ork 
Times remarks — ^'I'ho faci lhat Ihls amount of uiouey 
should be reqiitled iu the present state of the Money 
Markol, wiltioui default, is pregnanl evidence that 
well-selecte'd Western securilie?, are as safe iiirett- 
menls as any thai can be found. " 

The Summary of the Iiry Uoo-Is Import for the joar 
1W4, at the port of New Vork, prepared from the re- 
turns by weeks heretofore regularly published, shows, 
Bsconipare'l with 1853, the follow log results; 
Total unlries, 1834, .... Jdt.'.iip.oCO 
I'olal entries, 1853, - - . - ',13,7111.000 

Uecreased Import, .... $i|,43b,mio 
Total luken for Coasumptiou, 1804, - Hl,7b:),uiio 
Toial uken r. r ConsiimptloD, I8a3, - !io,5Sj,000 

Reduced Consumption, - - - S8,:S0,UU i 
The Cincinnati Commercial, in its Monetary article 
of the -«d, ••ays: *'Our advices by telegraph, from the 
Earl, to-day, are fliiancially unfavorable. Money is 
Btrlngeiillu Nev« ^'o^k, with a pressing demand, and 
.S'locks. whrch had con.iiderably advanced, are a^alii 
dull, and prices tending downwards. A Banker failed 
iu Hltlaburgh Ihls morning, »nd a dispatch from .New 
Orleans, dated the '.*7th ull., says the old cotton bouse 
of Brhn'lee &. ,Mi KeiiiiH had suspended, for a large 
amonnt. It is sl.^ied lhat Ihe iiiimeiliate cause of their 
failure. WOK Iheir tiaviug accepleil some drafts ol I'^d- 
ward Multbew ;!!, a well-known ]irovisloii maii,Bn l who 
has also failed, owing, it is snid, to his iiiabilily lo gel 
to market l^rge quantities of lard which he held in 81, 

The ClDCianali Gaz«tle of to-day has the follow ing; 

The past week, though the last of the year, was not 
Bs seveie in monetary atfairs as the one that iiii'i.edi- 
alely preceded; borrowers having, ai slated last week, 
aniieipated the 1st of January puynieiits. The market, 
however, docs nol present any ea."} features; but a 
irrudiial luiprovonient is contldeutly looked for from 
tliistinie. 'rhe river is nt a fair .«tage. and hsavy ship 
luenis of produce and maiiufactiires have been made 
during the week. Keinillaiices from tho South and 
West, and from ttie interior of this and a-ljoiiiing 
Slates, have also increased. Iu a word, conlldeiu e is 
lieint: stea'lily restored, and trade, which ha  been crip 
pled ai;d stagnant, is beginning lo resume its woiiled 

Eastern K.xcbange is premium, buying, and 1 pre- 
mium, selling, with a good demand and linn market. 
New Orleans parte premium. 

The New (Orleans Picayune of the i2d ull., has the 

.\ marked sameness has prevailed in Money aflTairs ^■»Hle days pa^t, but the dispo»itiuii on the part of 

capitali-ts t'o employ their moans iil previous rates is I ehangod— C umberland f oal Co! •/ 

Kef used. . 

I Cholc 

5 .|(aiO 

6' jlSfTIi I 

STXTItMBN-r or TOB&ri 

stock on band 1st September, 1854. . . 

Arrived since 

Arrived lo-day 


. J4,0J1 


TCICK'ttphic inarfceta. 

CiRtiNNATi, Jan !?, M. 
l''I)Hi,is HcOvo; l.'.'OO bbls sold at $7 i;5®7 H5. WhU- 
ky is fiat and held at ijUt-. No sales of hogs, and Ihey 
are dull at 94 9.v:aj4 75. There wai noihiiig done lo 
Proviti'ns. Sugar 41, to5 ,c. Molasses tWc. 

Nbw Ubi.bass, Uec. -JO. 
Kales of -.'(Nl hbh Klour; St. Louis 10. Corn aic- 
Colfee -.'■ales HOO bag« rl lOc. Nothir'T haB transpired 
ill other articles siace our last report. Kxcbange is uii- 

New Vork Monkv Markbt, Jan, -i, M. 
Slocks are heavy, and Monej is in pressing demaod^ 
Erie 30; Heading 7'J; N. \. Central (•' ,; I'eDnsylvania 
Ceniral Kt; Northern Indiana 70; .Now Jersey 114; llli- 
nol) Central 91; Cleveland, f^obirabus, aud Cincinnati 
8:); iMissouriC'8t-8. 

Niw VoBK, Jan. i. M. 
Cotton is uucbaiiged, with bul a limited businoBB do- 
ing. Flourbas advanced Wc; sales of 3,li0O bbls: good 
Ohio so .luajO gVj4; Southern has a'tvanccl I2),c: 
Bales of 1,400 bbls at «9 50^4,10 50. Wheal is a trifle 
higher. Southern while 1f», .Michigan '!3». Com 1  
firm, with sales of «2,i»Mj bushels mixed at lOOtSIOIh. 
Pork and Beef aredull. Whisky Isbesvy; Ohlo37)sc. 

Ci«ei»s»ii, Jan. '2, P. M 
There Ic no change in Ihe Markets since nooo. 

Nkw A ork, .Ian. P. M. 
Cotton Is dull, prices lower. N. O. 8-4 Floor 
is firm, with sales of l,5fO bbls good Ohio, S- ulhem 
is sleady, 1800 bbls oldal$n 50®»10. Corn has ad- 
vanced. eS,CCO bushels sold; Western miiedSlc^tl OS. 
Pork is lower, with sales of mess at tl3 73@$)2 87. 
Beef is unchanged, Sales ot 600 bbls. Urdifldull. 
Ohio Whisky 37i,i9(38c. Groceries are unchanged. - 
Molasses is active; sales ol 100(1 bbls old at 17c. Lard 
oil Hftoi^iii^, on lime. Slocks are lower. Monay la 
more slriDgenl. Indiana I's 80; Missouri O's 86; Cum- 
berland ii7 ,'4; .Vew Vork Central ?3Ji; Michigan Cen- 
tral !-9; blrio 3S; Reading 71 '4. 

CiNiiNRATi, Jan. 3, M. 
I he maikeis are dull. Klour $7 75 for good brands 
and t8 for exira. Whisky Is very dullat'JSc. Hogs are 
dull. I'he weather is lo warm for packing, and priees 
range from t4 50 to (4 75. Lard 8,i^e. Green Hams 
tie. There is n» ehance in olher articleB. 

New VoKK .MoNRv M«RK«T, Jan. 3, M. 
Mocks are loivcr to day. Money Is easier. Erie 38; 
Cleveland auU Toledo 51,V; Keadlng, al opening, 71)^; 
Central 81 ,'4; PenDsylvanla Coal 00.9.7. 

NBW Vork, Jan. 3, Al, 
The cotton market 1" dull. Flour Is a Irllle lower; 
2..iU0bbls sold; good ( l". t9 44(si!i 81; Southern is 
ui'cbange.l. Wheal i^ li iii. Corn— '3,000 bushel« 
Bol'l; Western mived iue,ii!|ii|, lu store. PorkJsdull 
and.leclining; Mess tl£ 03. Beef Is dull and declin- 
ing. l,ar«l 1b firm. Ohio Whisky 36', oi37c. 

Cist.iNHAii. tan. 3, P. M. 
flour »7 81 njfS 00. Whiskv is very dull ot '«c. I 
Hii«;f— 900 bead sold at S4 lo $4 fO. Provisions are 
dull: green hams 6c. Prime lard 8 je. Groceries are 
quiet. Sugar 4-4 to 5 ,c. MolaieeB I9(i20c. Kice has 
declined to 6c. KB'tern exchange \(S:Ic premium. 

Now VoRKl Jan. 3, P. M. 
CoUor is more active al yesterday's deelino, with 
sales of I,.i00bal"-. Freights are advancing. Flour 1b 
a trifle lower; Ohio $9 44(ftS9 81; Soulheru In un- 
clianged. Wheat is a lillle higher— Sales ol 10,000 
bujhelB Southern red al $2 05, and while Missouri at 
Si 37. Corn is Arm -.Sale.-! of 3U,00 I bushels al noon 
rales. Moss pork Is lower— Kalesatfis COtofia 62. 
Beef is dull, Willi a declining tendency. Lard is uu- 
rliauged. Ohio whisky 36 lo 37c. Groceries are un- 
changed. Slocks are quiet and beiler. Money is ud- 

N. V. Central 

grtidiially diiiiinishing. They believe lhat an uuusual- 
_ , iv Rclivii demand will spring up for money aboul the 
They will pioli.^lily attempt a i close of the moulb, and that it w ill continue durii'g the 
I greater jiarl ot January, Hi us affording Ihem a more de- 
sirable selection of paper, ul proporlionably higher 

The Money market is getting close, and in some 
uuiirlers iiier'o than is coiuforlable. The best long pa- 
per may bo quoted al 1-J, and allbough some $li^UUO 
was placed nils iiiuriiiiig at 10, the rale Is an exceptiou- 
al one, aud should not longer be ipioled. Good com- 
merelal paper, having fr'oii tliiily to se^ uuty diiys to 
run, is going at la.^ils, and occasionally as low as pel 

Omar was to embark in a few days. 

tien. Cuyon and Pascha, of the Polish i morerarpliper. iiaving ir 
stalf' of ollicers. have been ordered from Asia to run, is goingat 1 j,^t;ls, and 

Bj'On Monday in Boston, as Miss Charlotte Da- 
j na, daughter of Richard H. Dana, thc poot^ was 
' crossing the Common, a.-  tlic Bostoniaiis call their 
park, (where thc boys amuse themselves in winter 
hv riding down hill on their sledsj she w.-is run 
down by a sled, and while prostrate asei-ond sled 
came upon her. The runner struck her on the 
• chin, aud it is believed the unfortunate lady has 
I sustained fatal injury. 

' A .] fST A « .\Ho. — In the N ew York marine court 
! last week a carter, named \ an Holland, was coni- 
j pelled to pay $209 for wantonly running his cart- 
wheel o\ er the fore-foot of the home of anotlier 
i carter, named Sweet, whereby the poor animal's 
foot was S') nuieh injured lhat it was found ne- 
cessary to shoot biro. 

liipottT.\NT Dlcision. — Thc New Yorl/ Cum 
men ial Advertiser, of the 15th, publislics the 
opinion o( Judge Ingcrsoll. of thc United Stiile.  
District Court, in the ease of thc steamship Alps. 

He declares the Alp^ forfeited on ibe ground of ! pnhlioan government 
tlie smuggling by the stewai-d. As the olher ofli- 

Braneh T . Archer, of Virginia, one of their num- ; ^, ^ ^ 

ber, will wait upon Hniuton with thc usual miliuty comins cheap, and Hani^ making hundreds of ' cers and owners are innocent, it i.'? thought tlie .^j j^^^e a speech in favor of the mediation of 
dommcnt in such cases. f pretty daguerreotypes, for Holiday QifU. ' Tresident will remit the penalty of forfeiture. ( tliis government between the belligerent pow ers 

the Crimea as soon as the English deet withdraws 
from the Gulf of Finland. 

The Russian licet, under Admiral Tueruff, put 
to sea from Sweaborg on the 3 1st of October. 

On the lOili of October Admiral Ruinanzoft' 
left Sweaborg w itli lour ships of the line, towed 
by steam frigates, anil reai-lied Croiistatdt safely. 

' The bill for thc enlistment of 10,000 liernians 
has awakened a protracted debate in parliament. 
D'Israeli aud his party iu the House of Commons, 
opposed it, but would not throw any unfair ob- 
stacles in Ihe way. 

Jlilnor Gibson said the listment of foreign mer- 
cenaries by their government violated thc princi- 
ples of neutrality, and might be Uikeu :idvanUgc 
of by Rufsia U) hire privatcei-s from the United 

The Chancellor of the Kxcheeiuer gave notice 
that he will propose that the duty on tea remain 
at I xi until peace is restored. 

Sir Jas. Graham stated lhat Admiral Fanshaw 
was making rigorous eUbrta for thc destruction ol 
the Leobon slave trade. 

Thc foreign cnlistmeut bill was read the third 
time in the House of Commons on Friday night, 
and passed by a majority of ;ti'. 

Tire measure is strongly repugnant to the feel- 
ings of the Dcoplc, and is regarded as a job to put 
money in this pockets of 'our cousins hanovcraad 

Debates ensued on the militia bill. The Harls 
of Derby and party opposing the removal ol th* 
militia to foreign 'g'"'»i'^oas. Thc bill was read a 
second time and passed through. 

In the House of Commons Lord John Rusell 
stated that thc number of troops from France sent 
to tlie seat ol war was only limited by thc num- 
bo:- of transpori*. 

riic inoiion to transler the Savings Bank's thc 
deposits amoenting to .'13.000 pounds sterling, from 
the Bank of Kugland, into the Oovernment 3 per 
ceiil debt, wiis regal- led unfavor.ibly, and eaiwed 
funds to reecrle. 

Carter A; Co., ship urokei-s of London, have 
suspended. Their liabilities are HO.OOO pounds 
sterling, which the assets wiil probably meet. 

$ inoiilb. l!..\chaligu, moreov er. is stilleiiing, and par- 
lies holiling collei-tions for the West are disposi/dio 
avail themselves of Ihis pretext lo draw some coin — 
Of courso, at  , t el premium. Checks are cheaper, 
but specie is wanted above, and in some instances, we 
presume orders lo lhat efl'cct arc peremplory. 

TlicRSUAV EvRKiRu, Jau . 4, 

Tlie .Money market is decidedly easier. 'I'he Janua- 
ry pay iiienlB ^o far have been promptly met by our 
1 business men, and Hie demand for extensions ha.'t been 
I liiiiiled. Tlie Kaiiks are doing a more liberal businesB, 
I and are di-scouming gooil paper lo a greater extent 
  Uiaii during the past two moiillis. Kaslern Excliuiigo 
i 8 abundant 1 f-ct. 

' Wc copy lUe following from the New Vork Tribune; 

.\ telegraphie 'lispatch from New Orleans announces 
' the failure of Messrs. BranderiS; .McKenna. an e.xtei:- 
' Bive commission house of lhat city. 'I'heir erabarrass- 
! inents, it is uiulerstood, arises from the continiietl low 
■ sta;;e '»f the V\ estern river.", w hicli prevents the delive- 
ries of produce. Ihis Imuse is lounecied witli ,\lr. 
j Edward .Matthews, of this city, who has a1. o failed 
I through the same cause. II is 'Jndelstood that Ihis 
I house has one contract for a million pounds 01 lard, 
1 deliverable in Llveri ool. and that Mr. .Matthews has 
I cut up 80.1100 hogs this season. 

I Ab was suspected, the letters received from Charlcs- 
; ton by two or ihree of our Uauks, aiinouni-iiig an ap- 
' proac'liiu;; crisis, and the failure of a leading house 
1 Ihere. was a deception. A dispatch, lo-day, from the 
guiilleiu.oi whose name was altaeheJ to Ihem, pro- 
uouuces Ihem forgeries, 
j From the Cincinnati papers of lo-day we copy the 
j following; 

1 -phcrc was a fair ileiiiaiid for Eastern Exchange yes- 
' terday. and the market is steady at V^I premiuin — 
I the latter for brokers' checks. 1 n money mailers there 
I has iiolhii.gof importance transpired. Loans are not 
obtainable to any eMeiit. 
The ."^tock markei continues very dull. The only 
I sale at auction lo-day was po shares Ohio and Mississip'- 
' pi Kailrnad at i^ii- Por l-oviiigloii and Lexington 
' 28,'4 w as offered, aud 62 '4 for Cincinnati, Hamilton and 

Ihes'.eamer .Aiuericji from Liverpool lo-day took 
out only $-.'11,000 in specie 

1 he .-^l. l-oais papers of Fri'lay, notice a sale of 200 
bales g'loil to prime undressed hemp, al $ll.' @$il8, 
: showing a ,lecUiie from the preceding sales. The 
I .News slates lliRl there is an  ,rder In Ihe itiarkel for 8C0 
I bales, Louisville, but at a very low ligure. 1 be stock 

111 store is not far from 8,000 bales. 
V The weekly sutemeut of the New Vork Banks 

81',; Eric38y,; Beading', -Jy,, 
Central bonds 64 i!^. 

at rhe opening; IIIIdoIb 

(.'lN^l^N*ll, Jan. 4, .M. 

Klour $8 7(V!J$7 75. Whisky is verydtill. No soUb 
of hogs, and they are dull at .$4 £'5@.94 ■.5. Pales ot 
80,11110 lbs bulk meat al 4S and 5 4C lor fhouIdersBnd 
sides, and 301 0 bbls head lard at 8c. 

JIew Vorb, Jan. 4. P.M. 

Coilou is a irille higher. Sales of 810 bales; N. 0. 
midd ling 8;4C' Klour is a phade lower. Sales of 7,000 
bbls good Ohio al $9 3)(SJ*!' HI. .'■■oulhern is steady . 
Sales of 1,'iiKi bbls at $9 37(£.»ii C7. V\ beat is Him.— 
Corn IS Brin. wilh sales of :'8.(H0 loohals. 5lixed 101. 
Mess pork is heavy at $12 50; prime tU' Beef Is 
heavy. Sales of 500 bbls country mess al (8 75@tll 
25. Lard is firm. Ohio whisky .Ki ,r. Kio coffee 
.s loijc. Sugar is active, with sales of 2,000 bhds Or- 
leans for refining al 4K6a;5e. Lard oil 75®8t'c. Stocks 
are belter and quiet. Money is quiet. Virginia 6*B 
92}^; Cuniberlaud'J-,?^; N. V. Central 83; KrleJO',; 
Reading 74,',; LIlUe Miami 88. 

KtL'ri.MORB, Jan. 4. 
Beeves — oITeriug amounted lo 1,'JOObead and nearly 
ull sold at (3 lo 34 75, on hoof, equal to 6C!t93i, net- 
averaging 41'.'. Live hogs S5 . 0. Sheep t3 50 to (4 
50, gross. 

C'lNi iNSATi, Jau. 4, P. M. 
Krcights are .lull, scarce and ilrcopiug. To New 
Orleans— whisky 75i-, pork 65c; (lo'jr .MIc. Pound 25* 
3flc. To Pituburgh— Whisky 6.'ic, pork (Jllc, Hour 40c. 
The market lor flour is dull, at S7 70'B;ST W. Whis- 
ky has declined to !»'4a^i4C. Hogs «4 40o.$4 80, 
aud quiet. Bulk meat 4 ,'.a!i 4c for shoulders and 
aides. .Sales of :M0 bbls lard al 8 ^c for prime,— 
Money is striiigenl. Eastern exehauge ie dull al |(® 
1 prem. 

I'onK I'ACKi.vii. — The packing of pork is pro- 
gressing with much activity. We are informed 
tliat the number of hogs cut up at tlii* point thus 
far, exceeds by oue-thini what is usual. Xo 
change in prices — the range being from $3 to $3 75 
per cw c. there aic sUll a great many to be driven 
in, and the business will probably occupy another 
month.— [Alton (III.) Telegraph, 30tb. 


Here lies, cut down like unripe fruii. 
The wife of Ileacou .\mos Shutc; 
She died of thaiiiler sent from heaven. 
Ill s'-vMiO'ei, hiin.tred an.l s''v,'nly-?eveii. 

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In this city, al the residence of heraon-in-law Wm. 
Bishop, on the 31st ult., lUssin FLtveuBR, relict of 
the late Jaiues Fletcher, of Englaad, aged 72 yean. 

The Weekly Louisville times, 1855-01-10

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