Fort Wayne Times, March 1, 1855

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Fort Wayne Times, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana BY JOHN W. DAWSON.] FEARLESSLY TO ADVOCATE AND DEFEND TRUTH AND HEl'KEHEMJ EIUtOK. [AT 82.00 PBK YEAR. VOLUME 15. FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1855. NUMBER 26. FORT WAYNE TIMES Prom the Louisville Journil. The maiden's Destiny. The had welcomed thai, calm hour That woos the maiden to her bower; The slty hod changed its blushing hue, And melted to a deep dark blue, While o'er the vale and on the hill The evening star was trembling still, So deeply bright, so softly fair It seemed nil heaven was glowing there. The spot was loTely and serene- Hung round with vine and leaves of green, With hertf and (.here an opening made For the low wind's sweet serenade Yet not for winds alone, for thero Was one whose girlish brow was fair As star-light waves. And by her side Knelt one whose soul's unfathomed Whose dreams, whose hopes of futuio years, Whose earliest love was hers all hers. But on her lip there was no tone In soothing answer to his own; His heart leaped with tumultuous thrill, But her's was cold, and calm, and sti 1, Save when she met that burning _.., Thpn come a momentary trnnce Of inward agony. It passed; The quivering lash was downward cast And though the cheek was just, A one only trembled thenfe.1 'Twasdasbed aside! why weep in vain, And thus add torture to the pam? Her soul too long had nursed a ore, That lore could never win or share. The strangle passed wjth that wild The lover bowed his listening ear, As though a poet's glorious lyre Wms trembling on her lips of fire. I would that thou hadst loved me lesi, Or I had dared to love thee more; tt would have spa red Hie deep distress Which thou must feel and 1 deplore. It might have plucked earth's brightest flowers, And made their fragrance all thine own- It would have spared the snddest hours This untamed heart lias ever known. Or had it been my destiny To haply love as others may, My spirit would have chosen lliee As one who wins not to betray. I might have loved! My soul has been All hope ami trust and puss ion too, But knowledge plucked iwiiy tliu screen, And all were found untrue. It told me human love wns bright, And sonieiirncs us tlic soul' Sutoftcticr fa-.'cB a> yon Fades from tlie heaven's uncluudud scroll. well for those who every hour Can love, foryet then luvciigain, But fortliu soul that feels its pitwur, Life is too dark, for hope is viiin. I knew my heart could nurse 1 dared not woo afl'cctiou's dream, And now the only hope that's there lx proud ambition'i: daring thuine. My soaring bonus must only rest Above mortality's dull late, Then should the lightning sciilhe my breast The fatal truth will come too late. Farewell! 'twere swett to have tlicc here, Out for thy soul s nnwhispureii strife This moment, though it wins no tear, Is still thediirUektof my lite. And thus they parted. One deep One mournful glance of Unit ilurk rye One wnil low as Hie wind's soft moan One parting word ami lie wns Willi this nail truth, lime now could blest Will but one fnnwlfulnww. And she a moment bowed her liead, As o'er her cheek a pallor spread Like unto death. Thai grief past, It vrns l.he bitterest, and thu Inst Tlmt love could claim. Her destiny Was half fulfilled her soul WHS free; Her unchained spirit let to spring Free as the eagle's dauntless wing That mounts the tempest sweeps the air- Earth has no chain to bind it Lliure. SA c A. KKEUV. Florence, Ala.. Jan. 11155, Wilt Thou E.OVC her Still. Wtlt thou love her still, when tlic sunny curls, That over her bosom flow, Will be plnccd with the silver lliremli of age And her step fails sml nnd low? tVilt thou love her when the summer's smiles On her lips no longer live? '1 will love hor ilill. With right Kood Them wilt lore her still? then our cherished one. To thy sheltering arms we give. "Wilt lliou IOTC her .still when her changeful eyes linre grown dim with sorrow's ram? When the bosom that lieaLi thine own, Th rubs with the weight of pain? When her silvery laugh out no more And vanish her youthful charms? free good will, I shall love her Thou wilt love still? Uien our dearest one We give to thy loring arms. Remember no grief h.isslie ever known, Her spirit is light ;md free; None other, with laltcrlcss step, has p rest Its innermost shades, hut thee! Then wilt lliou love her still, when the tbouehln Of youth iit their blushing bloom depart? 'Through good arid ill, I will love her Thou, wilt love her still? then our darling lake To the joy of thy noble heart! Remember, for thee does she smiling Icavo The friends of her curly No longer to meet their approving lookt. Nor their fond, unfeigned praise. Foigire her, then, if the tears full fastt And promise to love her well, "J will love her still, Thou wilt love her still? then with peaceful trust "We our sobbing .sorrows quell. When btH" father dead, nnd the emerald sod Lies soft on her mother's breast; When her brother's voice is no longer heard, And her hushed to Wilt thou love her still? lor to thee she Her star on life's troubled seal 4l will love her still. Through good and With marriage vow on her youthful lip, Then we give our child to thee! Tine METHODIST BOOK CONCKRN NORTH AND Southern Methodist Church suit against the Methodist Book Concern in this city, WHS oil.Friduy lust settled umfca- bly by tlic commission now in session in our city, which is thus composed: For the South, 1W. A. L. P. Green, W. Smith, and C. B. Parsons. For tlie Cincin- nati brunch of tho Hook Concern, Ruv. J. F. Wright, M- Mitilay, E. Thomson, nnd the Agents here, Sfforrastuad Co. The ti-rms of adjustment, we learn, nre nsJolIows: The Book Concern is io pay Iho Metho- dist Episcopal Church South eighty thous- and dollars, und Uie Southern debts; 000 in stock, and the buhncciii 000 down, the remainder in instalments of one, two, three, four nnd five yours. It, is understood thut iho Book Concern pays the taxable costfiyet duo, nnd tKut they indorsu the debts nnd notes of tlic Southern preach- ers without recourse. As to all other costs, each party pays Us Fryru the North American.. Tile Usury Their Absurdity, fnconsittency, and Inequality Tho usage of the world has BO far _ __w...... the legality and morality of taking componsa lion for thu uso of money, thut nu man tit ti) present day would huvo tho liardihond to don1 either; and tho several Slatoa of iho Union, b their enactments, liavo adtuiUod etiuh mora right, and mado it legal for tho lender of monoj to ruaoivo sumo goinjmiiBQlioii for its UFO. Thoy havo prescribed tho limits of tho nlthough'thoso prfcoa vary groatly in extent anno States doctoring by law that six dollars ie tho full amount, undor all oircuniEtuncea, tlml may bo given for tho uso of one hundred dol- are for a year, whilst others havo fixed diflur- ont ratos, varying1 from five por cont to twelve, or havo loft tho ratos unlimited, nnd to mont between tho borrower and lender. It is to bo presumed ihnit thoro is a reason for .hose limitations, otlionvlao ilioy would uol havo JGOO Tho rostrioUoniets contend that it ia neoon- sary to mako thoeo regulations, and to lix theao ales of interest lo protect tho borrower Vain ho -lopaoily of tho louder, end that long; ox- oricuco hua proved tho raioa fixed to bo ust. I think, however, thai upon inToitigation.such aloe of restrictions will bo found to bo absurd, Doonoietont, and unequal in their operation. For instance, Vermont, Massachusetts and adjoin Now York. In tho throe armor, it is fair and legal to take eix por cent., nd no moro; but ono foot weal of their western in Naw York, tho Jondor may talto seven. Again, in North Carolina tlio rate IB eix per ent., whilst ono foot south uf tho lino, in South Carolina, eovon per oont. in just nnd logul. In tho rato is fivu per cent., and on ape- iial contracts olght: whilst ono foot north of tho lorihorn lino in Arlianp, the rato is six, and on pecial contracts ton; and ono foot west of her 'oatern lino, in Texup, Uie uaiwl rate is eight ul on special contracts may bo rained to twuhe. Standing ut iho northwest uiiglo of Louisiana, a ian may huvo one foot un soil where thu nurn rule of intorost is par cent., nnutliur oot on snil where ton ie iillowod, and slk'It tho uno ho holds in hit) hand in foil vvhcro twulvu my fuirly and honestly ho yjivon, Iluro are ooplo living around an iduut point, on si in i In r il, in a similar uliiimU1, Mid similar ocniitms, yul being under difi'urpnl guvorn- onttf, ihu rntus ofintvrupt which thiiy may gixu uj tuko are ividuly dilfi.'rnnt, without HMV kind i'i or otimuLunuiJti under ivhioh ihrv live. Still iiiury dlningoly, in Jursuy City and llo- liokun on per cunt., i.snlluwi'a higher rate than tho tuiicx- blo lawa allow, I'D order to compensate the Ion- dor for his greater precluded from doing so, booauao, though the 'lender may bo williog, ho law holds owsr him Iho threatening rod of 'Wttttk Later from Europe. Arrival oft'tlae NienRicf liultic. Nuw YOUK, Feb. Tho Uahio arrived here to-day, with Lii-orpoyl 10th inst. COMMERCIAL Fob. Jjrookcr'e quotes breajilutl'ti very ciroulnr Id a 3d lower. Fluur Gdali hjwiir to efToct ealos. Corn dull at Gd lower. Cotton baroly Salos ou Friday of closing Provisions inaotiTe at preiimm prices. LarJ Unliirnoro, and Ohio (lour Naval stores G lead jr. Trade al Manehofttcr fsir. GENJSRALlNTttLUUENCE. now mini; try {9 formed with Wrn. O mirality, S-irJamos Graham; Lord brfuituro in our State, nnd forfoiture, fino and ffaioet tho Govornmont. Lord Palmoretoti, ae Promior; Lord Pamnuro, formerly For Moulc, Bcurctiiry of War; Ko Claron'don, tiocrotary of Foreign AfiUire; Sy noy Ilcrbort, Homo Office; Colonial Office, fi Oladstouo; Ai rd Ciiancollc Lord Cranworth; ProBidonlol' (ho Council, Ea Graovillo; I'rivy Soul, Duke of Argyle; 1'ubl Works, Sir William Moloe-.rorlli; I'roGiilant i Board nfConirol, Sir Cborlis Wood; Poll OBio Lord Cunning. ThoaboTo form tho Cabinet. Lord John Ht coll, Absrdoun, and Newcastle, go oot. Th balance, except Lord I'auuiure, tlie nine tbo lato minietry. Sir Charloa Napior made a invage speech a woman, an entir Amor niprisonment in New York, if bo bo law- biding, thus deters him. Thus tho poor man is prevented froto having lid wants euppliad at reasonable rates, whioh io could have done if ratos wore free; but if lie oods and must havo money to carry on hie usinoee, ho must go into iho marltoiand pay atos sufficiently high to compoiiEalo tho lender, ret for iho risk of a email security, and for the isk imposed by the usury law which thus ro- him to pay premium for the protection 'rum -usury docs not give him. In my next 1 will sjieuk of tho opfirttfionx of 10 ueury A UUIUIQWBH. Registry of Voters. Mr. Broolie of Now York city, has introduced ito the iSunutu of tlml State, a bill establishing of voters, and im viluulivcncps in illegal voting io HO pnlpublo that ivo un abstraoL of its provieions in Uio aarneat upu that a tsiuiilar a will bo adopted boro. hu.lui oau nUu of iultir- util limn nix or This bill provides, saye tho Now York bo uonvenii-ntly arranged for reference, ehuw tng the full unmound rueiduncu of iho Thu Insjjcclorij are lu meet a mutith before an uloctiun io purfuel ihu list, and all ihoir pro cuodiuga (tro lo bo givyti as wjdo publicity a poeeiblo. Tlio Inepeclora' BOHsioriB porfect ing thu HBL uf vuluru tiro lo bu no arranged b; lime und plauu to give ample opportunity u.11 voters ri'gihti.'rcd. Applicunlf, whtmu rnny bo clmlltM or dm.btud, are to bu aworn, just ae ie now don at llio polite if thoro uru any uupum ur who aro entitled tu volu, they may bo upcii iho pcrtiunal voucher uf tho luspoelora o ttihur tiutihihulury pruuf. Tho rogibtry IB to h. completed, printed, mid dibtribuU'd in a reason uMu timu huloru tho eluution, and a (V-w dayt; bu I'uro liiBpocturti uro to-inoui for the lutit Unu to ubjfcliuiiw, udd unrygietored immee, am nmko thu ad cntuplutu UH putHiulo. A cur copy of tliiri liht id to ho nuod iribti-ad o iho prnhiMit uml ul thu HRRIU time i trivutt thu namu fully and porfootly, whiuh in uii' Jur our prysoul uyiitcin ulmoKt impoNitble, it In u mommil rind dclinii-cdy, wlujliuir an ap- plivunt. liua u to vutu 'jr nut. Ttiu motlo ol ililig may by folllod by ihu Log- in ihiw Stttto, whoro illegal voting Im> been KO and nolurioiin that tmlivg borti votoru imvo almoHt doHpniruil of over agtiin noo- ing ihu bollut box purilii-d, suuh a law lio a bouti ihu of iiiiiny iHincst huartH for And nu man who rutilly doHiri'rt puro oluctit-iiH Nearly Ucoo etorling'htd been vote for war The American FishorioBBill had passed. Koglieh miseiouarioB in Poland had boon or dorod lo leave tho Hussion Territory. Thore was a discussion in tho Mouse of Com moiifl on iho night of Ihu 9th, regarding Si per oont.; but if n etirjmnttimt, (fit lnast finno of Tho final decree will be published before long. THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION IN Ecnorr. of order knighthood is to be estab- lished in France, to be entitled the "Order of the I-nmnculato Conception." The Paris eorrcpondentof the London Atlas says it is to bo confined to the noblesse. Each member eight quftrterings ofno- if purely French, and 1C if mixed with Wood. The dogma of the Immaculate Con- ecption is said to meet with considerable opposition in several European countries. iliom) wiflhi'H borrow, ti may oltl-r whot it ificfl. Ytni, Mr. J'Milur, daru not tillor moro than nix por cunt, for ihu uso of moiiuy, wi'h- uut viukting thu Inw, but iho Hclmylkill Nnvi- ion Compntiy (I'nniph. p. nny olFor any miu it Tu inku moru thtiti nix foul, fnitn you ttligmatir.OH ihu luiidor tta tiHuror" and rood ITU principal and Inlort'Ki lia- ilo lo forfuiluru; lo tuko fifty per if ilioy mo lo giro it, from the Chcrtlor nnd 'liiladclpliiii JUilrond Comu'iny (I'. L. 185-1, p. IU) in all ttiir, nnd hoii'iKt and hnnoniblo. lloth thouo availuil tlioniwclvos f tho opportunities of borrowing at niton, nd Lho good find pioiiM puoplu who would not moru than eix por ocnl. from a, hudy vitk R Huul, havo no liositution in considering il -ory morilorio'iti to tnltu all they can get from a ludy withaulu mini. I'erhaps snutlcss naturo if u unrpuratiuu has lu do with tho (latter. Thotto incqnnlitioti nnd inooneicloncis nly in iho rates iuturoa nlluwud to 1m ink DM, ui in ihu dunounccd tigaioal tlioso who uxueed ihu rfclDH. can, counaiuntly, oppiiMj s. which in t faith ainiR at that romill. No man in itijurutl by It, nu limn x. dollar liy u, no tuujj in (Juprivvd of n jut of din It-iiitl righu 1-y it. It nllgwo all to votu who can a right, and it dloelimlly uxuludi't) all who havo no right. In :iul thif n rt'Hiili lo bu lichirt-J and to bo worked for? And who belter tu do tint work limn a uk'ulud by thu vulun of rrhutiu bul- ilo-cry "puro olt'clioiio.1' In ihin city, nuoardiug to all tho infornmtiou Wu ooiild (fntlior, wore nt ftro hun- bu In a, whoro tint six por cent, la allowed, if moru be taken, ihu principal nnd in- terest iru liablu to forfuiturr, whilst iu lowo. whoro ton per is tlig ralu, thu forfeiture for an usurious taking is only tiiu of ink-rust ruuuivcd. Io New Vorlt, whoro sovon pc-r oont- is tho lugtlralu, iho piouH and holy horror of H fliioh, ihnt if onu bo cftiighl Jlatfrttute dclicto, hid wholo principal and inlurosL urn fnrf.'itml nnd hn AIHV in ;m- priunntii] six inontlis; hut in Ohio ami Tc-xau, where tho logul mny go as high aa ton nnd per ount., nnd whoro tho pe.uplo uro fitp- pusud lo bo loss pious uiiii loss c.Xumplurily Ii tlmn iho church-going speculators nf Wall St., Now York, who aro liupi rig-idly virltmus by Trinity church maintaing a eitporvid- ion over them, tho penally fur usury in only a forfuiluru of thu L-XCOSH of in'orouL taken. Such laws might Uiorcforo bo thought to mean that tnuii. aa iiidividrmls, must bo protoctcd by IKW from hni that coMoctivoly in miiy iio iinposod upon without or Ttinrcy, nr ulst; tlml they ilicltil that man, iudividii.tIt-, ctiunot inku caro uf ilunr own uf- fairfl, tint thut oorporftiioijs run to he nhlu tu altcni) to ihoir butter. Tho convursu of ibu last elansu i-f thu lined ifi bo uonnidorud Uu> nilo.hul mn- Innfur, ft, mutitniur cum Tlio prevailing irroyu'iiriiios in Iho rates of iutori'rt in dilloront States, and ovon io tho mirnd Stiite, as in Nftw Jcrsuy, togotiior with iho dif- feryncu mndo hotwoen men nnd eorpnrnlioiiH, and tlm din'orntil pi-imlliofi impoHCil for nn infrac- tion of Iho usury laws, chow cmiclupivcly that tho reasons given hy thu rL'tilriL-tiunitls aro un- .itinl. Thuy show that in pome Slates Ifgifllnlorfi uoiifiidur monoy worth IOPB thnn in and that montsy ia wnrtli umru under HORHI circuin- Hlanoes limn undi-r Tlio ve.ry fuel of great inr-ii'inliiie- in logiclativc enactments in ililVon-nt Sintos i.s iho fllroitgopt hrtnnnont R- laws. now Sutlos, nr of them, allow ratos ul' interest Umn Iho nldor bconitso cupital in mnnt in do- and !io rnmlc IIICHJ fircdut'iivo nnd nuincrniive thero than in thu older 01105, nnd the commercial purls of iho BPIDO Htnlu ullow high- er ratoa than the nfjricultural, OR in Jersey Cily and Ilobnkon, for .-innlar nnd also bo- causo thoy are belter unahlud ihoroby to ocrn- polc with Now York, whioh, of its ratsa, to tliuir capital. m nro vein on 19 must vonld olherwiso draw the Corporations internal havo itonov; Utoir iniprncc-tnont nro cxpcrimonte, tired illegal olli-rcd, dutuotcd and rujuctud, and how many niuru thai woro received, it in impuKHiblu lo fav. Tlio doU'ttion in thin cncc wftu an uneumiiion achievement. It was HO felt and boasted nf. It might bu done with tho sumo cllort, but liow citn wu bu aHtmrud tho paimi cllurl will rtlwnytj bo mndo? And if it could, in it not fur butlor llmi tho ruMill hhould bo Hoeurod, ooninnly, inwardly, williutii ortra nut hy operation of law. whiuh rumovuN all UIUHU ohaucuH of oolliuion and (jimr- rols whieli an u.vciiing oli-olion producod, than by moro individual ettorl! Wo cannot HOC it othor- IIULral Toiiag under euoh asytiom would It ja ttuo that a rogitiry miglii bo moru expon- but lilllo thu proaonl wystaiii, thai it yould not reliove us from ihu dead Wuight "I' igiiorunl votern inijiortod by our prouout CuUBtituiioii, lint il would inuvitably I rue ity frotn 'ho ovil of having our (-loctionB con- trullud ur alfuotod by men who uomu hutu HH thuy eainn IRSI fall, In VOIP und go lmv.-k again to I'n- m or Tcrro whorovur their work on tho railroads lay. Wo r.litnild have no marc itihniun over hero on tliuir rood they hnd hoard that thu next dny WQH oluclion day, and they wanted a Imml in it, a.s was the CAHO last full; nnd wtj should heir uu moro ut pipclnying which thu coiulruolimi of railroads in ovury direction nitulo oasy nnd (iivo tin a liegistc-r Aot, gonllomcn of ihu Log. it11 it lu ro, and ur.orv voierof whatever parly, who dosiru8 tlmt our uloeiiniifl nhould bo fair wKproH- of iho of tho Stain, will giro you hid hourly Journal. MII.IC you your to yield lihrrally la ihu pail, yen nttwt food them with mMnolhing botlur aiiitod to iho fiocrulinn nf rich milk tbun dry provoiidur. Chopped fouls, or muni slop of nunio kind, should given them twice a day, at lonet, stiy morning ovi-niug. They should also bu supplied with bedi1, dry tnndotaioly warm, and regularly watered tlirice eiieh day brfuro hoing iVd he curried or combed once ft Any, ami suit mixed oueiieioimlly with n liitlo nr rino hi'no dust, given two or lliro-i a week. Thuy also like a variuly of food. Knots, out or mixed up with cut huy or straw, then tttirred niul left an hour or twc, a HICHH whioh they will oiu gieedily. hardly tion ttnough iw given to dio bonding of COWH, un iho mnrc quint mid enniforlablu they are, thu lese food will lie required let tlici cj'Micrn, and mny, ihereftirc, yti to (-rorftico flesh ur milk. A genlleii'iin who IIIIM f.instanlly oinplnyod verul pairs of winking rxon fcr ycurs, lies that oxen will travel lll'ieoii inilow a ijnv, being "littered down" ut night, as futfy wtiho arid lio upon tlm hnnl floor. If this bo mid it forum in nn ii ft reiiy important mutter that uti our catllu nro provided for in this re.-] oot. mons on ino ntgnt of Iho 9th, regarding Si Ubarloe Napier's traoeaotious in tho IJuIUc, bu no now light was thrown upou the subject. Parliament had adjourned for a wuok on th request of Lord Palmcaston. It was lo be ro GBdomblcd on iho 1.1th inst. Ear! Abordoonhud boon created a Kgtght o tlio Garter. Tho Lord Mayor of London garo a gran banquol, amongst present wero Lor Cardigan, Mir Charles Napier, and oilier aombles of tho Crimea and Baltic who woro roooivod will Sir Charles Napior defended hjaiself and bit- Lorly atiaukud'the Govorument. Thu Ualtio left Liverpool ou iho aftnrnoon ol the 10th inst.t and arrived out un tho 5ih. c: ilnntfiCilc-r altho t titno and was taken up by lha Briiiah Govorn- inont lo oouvey troops to tho Crimea. Qticeti Vioioritt had ienued a proclamation for bidding her subjoclB st homo or abroad eupply- ing tho enemy with rnnnitlons of war. In racuDntrticliiig iho Cubinei, Lord Derby, ICurl Clarundon, Lord John Iltifleoll and Rlnrquei Laiistiowng wcru HimcesBivcly fionl for by llio (inooa, bill all fulled to form n ministry, whoi Polinorston was HCIII for, nnd succocdod. Tim miws from iho Crimoa ii unimportant. Uuu. Cnnrobort reportu Iho deaths of Captnini Houtor utui Cuettoiuun during a sortio of the RijHWun8, ou tliu 1-Hh of January. AH prcviouwly roportud, Slcnt-uhikofl" has gont norihtviird. Thu Runeiana woro constantly making Tho fli'go works wero advancing. 8upplicB in ubmidanuo havo reached tho Hrit- ih-ii Ctiinp. Tlio army I'M tail! itiukly. Kf und finu nnd mild dtiyn prevail. Too laical ofliciul duHpatchuH from Lord Rnp- !no dulud iho and 2-Hh of both ul- ludu to thu inipr'n-cmyntH in iho At chur uheoi iugly of thu futuru prospoels of thu army, and tmyu tlml will re mi mo thoir work before the town wilh rcuewod nativity. Lord Luuan litiH bucn rucnlled Iroiu llio com- niiiiid of thu cavalry in tho C'riniua. Ti'logniphiu from Admiral Hruat to Ihu HUih of Junimry sayii llmt tlio Krunoh Ballcr- N hud received orders lo ro-open ihoir liro, Jt was fin id thai proparaijoos for iho assault were completed. Thu Jturftiiun Jinny wax in wnnt of fiupp'iofl. A tiorlio mado oil iho Ii3d, cauuiug groat lost] lo ihu French. U in rumured lhat tho Xounvon tnutiniad, and 100 of them worn sent to CoiiPtniiiitioplo. Thoy itnajnii'd tlio retrofit of tlienrni) i1 fi. Thu riinmr il WAN thought wns incorrect. An npdlngy way mado to (Jiuar 1'iiwhtt, tind liu withdrew Inn lian been appointed Minia- orof Fiuuuoo, and Rogol ilinistur uf uro. h tn Raid tlmt thu Emperor will tnko comtntud if thu army opunitionH on thu Rhino, Priuoo Napoluon had arrivod at SKOOTIATlOnS. Tho Toaoe Coiiferuncu ni Vienna had nol yet loinuionuud. Frenuu han elgnillud hor willingnetiB to nogo- iulo a sc-purnto tronty with 1'rushia, provided it jovors ihu VKD'O obliyatioiiB ua that of ior 2d. Tho (lernmii Diet has to plaoo iho irir.cipal ooniingenl on n war footing. Holliuni and Jlcnmark aro loutniug dispoaod lo nin iho Allianco. TUKKKl' AMlTMK DAM'llK. Tho fooling at Contitaiiunoplo waa etroogly io aver of peaco. Tho Sultan intends toraieo a national volun- ary loan. al CoiiEtintinopltj haa riuou to 1-11 itafitroB, causing tionnidorabla distroflH. Abdol Ktder hud askod to tuku command of ho Afrienn troopn in the Crimea. Eight Austrian morolmnt chips hod boon firod nio by tho Kuspinns at Galniz. Austria tio- nanded an explanation. Thora in a rcporl of a battle having occurred n contietpieneo of no atlompl of thu Kussimis to liter Uiu Dobroojo, in u-hiob tho Turks wuru viuioriotiH. Tho Russian forcos dn tho frontiora of Auc- ria liavo rucoivcJ ordurs to retreat to thu iiili 'IIiv Irish siniotv i On Tuesday night thu denizens of uh t known as a Kulttn Itow, n culection of du gerius, gambling1 hells, bawdy houses, silui tc-d on Soulli (JJurk .street, between TwuIR nndTuylor slrtets, turned fur general hunt aftur tliu Know NoUiings.- KcspcctiibJo American citizens, who live the scene of tlio riot, till us that there u'cr I at loftst one Inindred Iiishi {iialf-grown cbitdreii iu the crowd. 'J trict which wu have mimed has Ion known as one of the worst holes in tli city, and for several months past, no ____ n has ventured (o go upon Unit ?ide of tl: street, past these buildings, for fer.r of bein( knocked dou-n and murdered by the Iiis1 rowdies wbo infest them. The riot on Tuesday mnht r.iged from th Exchange Hotel to the 1 .wer portion of th infected district. Through the street th, crowd marched, infuriated by liquor and i thirst for blood, and declaring lhat thei would be the dentil of every "bloody Knoi Nothing" and Yankee" that dare to show his face. A traveler who had just put up at the Ex- change Uotcl, and who hat! stopped out in front of the house to sec the trouble, was knocked down by the rowdies and verv bfidl) bruised. Another man was knocked" down upon the railroad track, and as soon as lie reached the ground was covered wilh Irish- pummelcd him almost to The ground where this took place, yesterday presented the nppearaucc of a butcher's ;lyed with red THE CKXTIUI. AMEKICAS Expsaiiiox has rccfived such a hard blow from Mr. M-ircv, thiU Col. Kinney 1ms written to Norfolk to- NEW FIRM or CIIKMISTR AND Among1 the business changes this season we lolice the dissolutions of the old and well viiuwn lirm of Ktishton, Clark it Th hnngi', in fact is only m mime, as Mr Wm. j. liusijton died moru than nyenr ago, and lie 'business has since been conducted by ilic urviving and members of the new irm. Wm. and Geort( Clark. We fincmbor Mr. JlcHfinam as A lad in tlie old torr, 01 AVilliaiu-strci't, twenty-five or twen- y-six years and na hi; has been in the ever since, he must be equal i knowledge niul exporienct! to any onu in he hi.s name has no n.'cn pi'oniinenl. he has been a member of ;te iii m mort! than twi-lvi; year.-j, iinil during the and illness of Mr IJuslilon lu; had lln1 enlirc rliurge of thu Th- linn retain the stores -.'Tl't, nnd 511 Unruhvay. but their connection wi'.li 10 Aslor and thut they haw into piirtnership .Mr. King, has so 'many had rhnrgc! their sturo and Mr. Knsterbrook, furmly of H) (Intisr, hut now in of tlu-ir be.itiful .stun; 1 (St. Nicholas I iol Jt is pleasing to see faithful ationlton so libi-rully rewarded. Mr. Clark has tnkcn nil activt: part in the manufacture of their CL-li-brnlfd "Crtd Liver even going to stop the enlistment of men. This tunings himself to tlmt it was cnrc- of enlistment liesc-rv-es notice. It seems, nritl properly nude. We wish the new from u letter written by Col. Kinnev to some I tlio success which thtir _ i_... ut blood. A third man, a boarder in the house of Mr. Unyiies, who ;ilso went out in tlic street lo see the row, wns knocked down and brutally pounded on tlie head with jjicces of board, ami kicked in the chest and body with thick and heavy boots. Ue would have been killed had not a fcl- ow boarder who witnessed the butchery irmcd himself with an axe, and, lighting his vay into the crowd, rescued the victim. As twas, his skull was fractured in one place, ind his head laid open in several others, cliilc hischcstandbody vasuorribly bruised. Quo or two other men were seen tu fall in the rowd and to be dragged oil'. What their ate is no one knows. During the riot, the exclamation most fre- [nently made use of were as to the Know Nothings." Down with he damned Yankees." "We'll be thedentb f the bloody "Cunningham ras not hung, and we're not afraid of the etc. There oan bu no doubt that hi: rccnt failure to convict the Irishman, Cun- ,'mgham, of the murder ofpoliccman Lower, iaa the effect of emboldening the ruffian "pirit of the disorderly Irish, and of making hem perfectly reckless as to the consequer s of their lawless acts. Thev do not for 3'ut that the murderers of were no "ing, and tlmt Cunningham's life was sarcc and they fancy that they can no heir hatred against the Americans with im unity. The spring election, too, is drawing nigh nd they have been promised ample reveng or their defeat last tall. They are fully per uauVd that theirgood time is coining. The riot wus about over, the thirst for bloot aving been somewhat appeased, when a igh containing four police officers drove and one arrest was made, not however o c of the ringleaders. This, man wns sen Bridewell yesterday morning. We havi eard of no other Chicago Trili ue, 1st. Croufitudl. It J'H fiuarociy llmt th.' anupe which the iirtDmn umpiro UI'L-UJHUS on iho mnpuf Uio worlii lonld nut ilHuiron tho uUcation, {t Ihim0 B ninth pnrt nf iho Imbiiablu porlwti of llig utio. inimeiiKO (mem oinbrnoi'r" ovnry rn- of from Ilial nf Spain and I'urtiigiil llio culil iil'llni circ-lH. Si. 1'utorHliuruh if ihu prineipsl soot of foreign (iimoroo, UH .Miiwoow In of UK: van! inuirnul of Ihu empire.'. Tho lariiinr in tho crititl nritimo mulct uf the dull'of Finland, nnd cxtonnivu aoninntnic'tilinn wilh thu inttirior liy vorH Bad cnimlH. Tlio waters of tiiu Nova, en tiieh Ht. Rry too slmllow liliit nf liurtlHMl thoir oarycos nro oroforo nt CronstTtdl, nnd employed in Iniiipporlirif: ihom In thu rontftndl iti built un tin islund ftlinnl Hnvcii mil und nim brood, nnd Iho oioulli of tlm linrbur dofeniled by a Imiltnn nn op- mito ronk. lloro wot mid dry tukft, with nnd ail Ihu Uhtab- ihniontu which nro in lining out n flc-ot id it in ropuir and fit for sorvieo, incln. lit; Tur vtuiutjii, wuika, ko. Cu- lls nrd cotifiiriiciod, which unublu Hliips-of.tbo- 10 to tnko in Htoros olorjo to tho ho military cnnnl, capnhlu wf ooiitaininf; thirty- flailo, of tho lino, hi'sidou vostiblH, has loomo KO flballow uii to bo inoapabloof shijni. fuundod by Potor Iho in 1703 n ship from Holland waa the firm mor- chnnlmnn thnt had evur appeared in tho Nuve, und Iho caplain nnd erow woro tri'Mod with [jronl hospitality hy I'olor. In 171-1 sixteen ships ar- rived ni.d from 1300 to now clrar inward annually, of which one-half nro UMinll" Tho in open nbont 1MO in tl tho middle of M'IV to Uio ohd of Ko- vi'iiibor. CronstniU cnntains many fjnod ptrootc, wbidh HFC well pavod, but, with :ho e.vcoption of the ptihliu hnildiiifrK, the houtJert nro built of xvtmd. Thu piineiptil nro the iidmiralty, navnl cchocl for pilnta, iho exubunge, euftom hnni.o, and tmrrncks. In summer rill is nnd animation, for Iho ao- tivity of tho your is crowded into Uiw fpaeo of n luw month but, UH Uio winter nppninuhoc, nnd tho lust uhipa of tbo [nko thoir departure, feurfnl of hoiinj looked tip hy tho ifi1, tbo uhanfros, und nil booomoa dnil. Tho sninmur popnintioil nmntlhtu to ubullt oxeluflivo of Fob. pro- leiiltd dy llrtH, Suit, Comliit und Unli- nnlhon, of Kt, Jjf-epb. j atM-d to ei'iiti in Ibe U. Suite's, jdrisdielion ovyr loud at MieM- City fur n light I-1 on, "I im Ainvrlcau Hvitry Wilson 011 Siluvcry. WASIIIKCTON, 17, 1855. IJUAit Pm: uu to my edilorialu for IK" wtl'l's' how f.r I In Iho nltcrnoon potitious pnwnlrd by Mcfsrs. IJnwtluirn nnd Turkington. Hill J. W. Clilniniilgs spec-iol Agent of Snilii lo (in- lie her per eentuyo nn'onnts ivilli tht> (Ji'llornl GovprnmiMit was reported. Fn o Hank Hill" then taken up, several mndo and finally ongrosfed for a ihird und tinol ayes Here aro the proceedings: On motion of Mr. Brown, tne IBPII eombiiicrt should not eice td S and thet no single bunk should iseuo moro thun of nil t'i 'Iho District System struck out. Amended no tlml ono-lmlf of Iho stock should bo held by citizens of Uie Slate. Amended so as to require bonds to th IT law'1 (Inelrinof, wlu'eli permits yon n Sen- ntnr, to dinrvirarij kiiidinz nliligatiolK of tho ConMitntion? ibo -Anierienii Orgnniza- liuii" in omhinco of eluvcry those for the regulation of which tlml i rcmiizHiiuii wus formed; Vi-ur BMHWIT at your earliest eonvonicneo, wilf ohliyo your obt-dieiii nt'rvant. VESPASIAN RLLIS, Kflilur Jlmcrican Organ. WIJ.SO.N, U.'S. Seiiale. Hun. I Amended so as to require bonds to the .mount V 1, 7i i J or 8115 fur doll.r issued, and lo ba taSM1 IP a- thoir market valuo six' months before depoeitod ,7n8 m tKl u's All roal estate security was strieben out. tha dootr on Ecl fu: ..r.' .u_ _____ taat cootrino. and pordons employed in (ho nnd tboi'rsi-enritv is lesn thnn improved and person at the Soutli. llmt the whole'forcn wns'; prescverancc so well deserve, lor in their productive real ostoto, thoy mast ho nllowod to j ;y in military style, thu officers i responsible busiin-as, knowledge and expcri- up in Iho temptation ef high ratoa bcinjf coniinissio'ned and authorized al u iVeiiuenUy inattcrs of life and death toroat, Inel: in foeurily. bavo iborulbro boon ilriton by tn promise tlieirmcn grant-! of in con- V. Caiitmereial Atlm-listr side-ration of twelvo month's service in a mil- suoh lawn to tho fact, thnt Ike T ut of OTU-I'M aceord'mg la lime, place ,ntd Itnry cawcity. 1 Ins betrays the true chnr- J Kr 'Sum is said to be causing r.c little stir mvmslaneei, and tkcy thus rrptal in sme in-' acterof the enterptise. jin soldiors, dockyard's. CcEbii In n of NEW OIUKAMS, Monday. l'V-b. IU, The steamship Black Warrior has arrived at this port with Havana dates lo the lothinst. t-Jreat excitemunt still prevailed, nnd new military companies were being formed. Tho whole Island had bei-n declared in a state of siege, and nil the ports in a stale of blockade. A proclamation had been issued onluring nlisimcnttif vulunti-ers, the ages of Ul nnd who wero capable of bearing arms. military commission had been created for the eastern of the Island. Jt was reported that Gen. Concha had sent .0 I'orto for more troops. The British Boscawcn hnd left Havana, and the Medea was engaged in conveying troops. The British Rear Admiral reviewed llio troops with (.leneral Concha on the 12ihinst. A degree was being enforced prohibiting he sale of tire-aims and ammunition. A CSXM-S op Muiisox, Wisconsin, tnlcen. shows that town to have ft population of souls, of whom are males and f, rr.nles. Of the ni.-ilts are over 21 yuarsof nrry. Madison ranks ns the third torcn iu iu point of size sanding first, nnd Racine secor.d. i bard tiendod so thui nftcr iho suepenEion of any mnk, flhould its scetiritiew bo unable whi-n adkl, i redoein all ite ieniiot, the bank commissioncra uro empowered to collect tbo bnlnnoo out of iho >rivate property of iho elocHioldcre. AmontU'd KO as to givo tbo present which huvo always their nd a hull' to aoeopt or reject llio provieions [lie aot. Amended so llmt no bank can ho cstabliehoi n a town containing n lees number of inhnbilaut' !mn otio thousand. Amended FO as to allow banks cutn! limbed tin or this aet lo insue smull nntos lo tbouinonnto of their cireulaiion. Aujciided so as lo rpqniro len porsons to lortn n upEocintiou for banking purposed. Amended BO au lo prevent llio frco hanlts t 5lublish AfroncicB for tho purpose of 10 rulno of their paper. Tho ubovo comprise tbo material nmonjincnts tbo bill. The question was thon taken on its ongrocs. :ont for a third rending, and curried by tho fol wing vole: Brown, Chapman, Croupu Tow, KniFi-y, Froclnnd, Glazebrouk, .arris, llawtborn, Helm, HueUrnok, Indinon, Jaokmin of Tiptun, Kigblly, .Mocker arkur, Rcynoldf, RiohnldHin uf Hi. 'gUT Hufa-, Kuil, Tiirkinyion, i, Wilborow, Uoriicu urke, Cram-, Craveiiv, CuUliaw, IK-ndry, IloB- ullor, RiL-bnrdi-on oi'Spon- er, Shields, yhuok, Sialcr, yiinnn, Vaudcvantor Tho Sennto adjourned. ruportu woro made, in which billB wero roporled buck for fnrthor ncllun, ul thuac, two wero pnssed; lo uniui.d llio law rola live tn the formation of High Kt-honlti, Ii amond tbo net rolutivo tti niul lliMinuruH iho bill to provido for n Geologicnl Survey of UK; was losl on itH '2'.l- bill lo n rovoliuo fur ibu yonrn 18.'i.'J mid 18.0fi wna reported, Tbo Inx it Ii levy for Slulo purpusflH 'JO cenls qn tlio wnrlh, nnd :i pull lax of M PTOIU i.nch Tbn nfti'tnuull wan occupied in Ihi School bill ill omnmiltiw of llio dorin; which, lljc oiimmittu lisrd the juiluml tniat ao oonls on Iho flOO, and a poll tax of 30 cents. FESATB CiiAMiiEn, Feb. 19, 1855. DEAR SIR: Aly unswer lo your inqnirioa wilt be bnet and explicit. _1. I fully recognize Iho doctrino of Staff in its nppliention lo slavery as woll as W of ct forth1 Tlie wliolo rubjoct of slavery, within Stottf From the Tnlon. Tlic in Ihi- Artiij. The fi'lluwitif; IH n copy of juint runoliilion whiuh pnnrtoit Uiu HUIIHO ol' oi( Mondaj', nnd u-bieh is al preaoilt exciling aomf ntle'ititjn. aiithn rutllrl- Ilir Illl lit ll-.o t'rphl-trnt ol l.lrutttialil t-ctic if ftiltrit Pt )l TOl Jifftilttid liy thr Senate and Ifvuje nf Jtrjirt- nf tlit L'nitnl in .tungirsx iifsriiilttnt, That thti gindo ul ,nl Oi'iKinil nnd Iho sunn- in herehv revivod n Ibu nrniy of thu iu urdor tlml vhi'ii, in liio opinion of Ihu I'ronidcnt nnd Ken- .to, il nmy ho di-otned proper lo acknowk-dgu minonl hurviuoN ol n JMnjor (juncrn] of thu nrniy n iho lutit war of Mi-xicu, in Iho mode nlrt-ndv for in mbordinnte grndos, thu gradu of JiMlU'iirtnl.Gt-norul mny bu specially confurrod ly lirevct, nnd by urovul only, lake rnnk from ho deto of sueh curvicu ur Providttl, iiiri-l-cr, Thnt when thu pnid grado uf hionuui- ot (Jonornl !iy bruvot shnll onec been fill- ii nnd have bueume vueant, (bin joint iilion nhiill thurcaftur cxpiri- and bu of n" cllVut. Tho section of tbo aet of Cungroi'S which ibo grade nf l.iuutrimnl (it-nernl wni uiHsod un Ihu 'JSlh of Mny, 17MS, nnd U a5i fol- (Fifth cocoud aflssion, chapter 5. JlnJ Im it further cmictfd, That rbonovor llio I'rotJtdonl nball doom it oxpodiont limits, should bo ion tbculutclr to Stuto lion. 2. My rcsponeo lo your second question H included in my answer lo your firet. I do noi enlcrlnin the opinion thai Cvagnet lias any power to interfere v. ilh flun-ry an it exists un- ('or Sialo IUWF. 3. Kvury man who believes in a God must! neci-mnnly believe ihal there is a law paramount to all human law, that ibis luw is to b'e obeyed hy men in public and privnlo life, ralhof than human law m cmtjlir.i with it. But I see noibinjr in iho Coiiftiiinion of Iho Uniica .States, as I nndorBlund iho CuiiEtitulion of tho" United States, which mjuirou me, as a Senator from iMneijachuBi.ttp, to do anylbing in confliol iviih tho Inw of God. If I thought othorwiief I would nut take on oo'.h to support tho Consti- tution of ihu United Staloe. 'I. Tho American Organizaiion in AiaBii.chcr'- Us cnilraco vliu quuotiun of BlaTury among Ihoso for iho regulation of whiol) it VM funned. The people of MassoohuoottB hivo fixed opine ions, in which moat of tho members of that or- gnniMlion fully concur, against tho support or allowance of slavery by national logiulation. They enicriuin ihe moat profound conviction" Ihnt the harmony und roposo of the country, and Ibo highest interests of rangier and elnvo, demand thnt tho national government should bo roliovcd from nil eunnpjtimi with responsibility for slave- ry, nnd lhat this disturbing question should be left to tho people of ibo .Slates whoro il exists. While they do not sunk to imposo these con- ieliomi nnd opinions upon thoir follow-cilizonr of olhcr Suites, or to proecribo ihom for not fully oonourrirg iu thofo eonviotions and opinionef thoy will niibmit to no dictation or proscription from unv hudy of men or nuciioii of llio country; I, us n Senalor from claim for ibo opinions of her pooplo nil llio freedom of mu-nnici', und all llio influoneo upon the action uf Congri'fs, and ibo admlnlstruliun of Iho gov- ornini-nt, which n .Senator from Virginia eon olnint for iho opinions of tho pooplo of tho Ancient Do-" minimi. Vuiirf truly, UBKJIT From The Si-'crotary uf ibu linn appniiittvd Co'm- mnndorn Engh- nnd tt'irdilier to st'luo'- tu sum on ibo oxpcdiiion in seureh of Dr. Ivnno. Tiio Amoricau Organ nftornoon ptiblishff n li'llur from Sunalor Wilnin, In to quas- tiunn nrupiiuiuind by ibo editor of ihnt Ha that fully rcevgnlzti tho doclrioo of Stntu Klgbin In ii. applleaiion lo that .0 nut t'litorlain tho aplniun thai t'ongruss inn any powor t.i inttirfuru with rlnvory ili-jt- iinilor laws and that llio American in Muiniiflnifculld dues not udlbraott Im fuiiji ul nfrlnvnrv iimunir iliono fur Iho tlion uf which it was furilifd; Kiohi the New York IlosTOK, Feb. 50, 18fiS; Tbo first bonrmg buloro tTio joint Oomlnittfto f thu I.tgihlnltire, upon tho uvlillun uf Iho pooplo or the rcnioial of Edward U. Lorlng from the Ihcu of Jndgu of I'mtiaio, took plaoo Ibis aflcr- oon in Ihu hall of ibe Huusti of i duiifely pntkcd in every part; and Ihous- who dofired I" hoar, eould not gain ndmil- ancn. Argnmi'litii woru mado hy Sclh Wobb- r., WenoVll and Chns. W. Ellis. Mr. i'hillips spuko nbout two hours. Ho tuld the prununt Logisloluro bad but twu qucminns to llc. Firal, cnn it rotuovo Judge Coring without Sucund, ougbi Judgo Lorinr Id be removed? The first propooition mny bo sottlod b.t cooslilutiun, which provides tlie rlinioial of io ia hereby empowered ;o appoint, by nnd with >o entitled to tho following pay nnd emoluments, monthly pny, ijiit) monlhly ullowitnco iy llio Unilcd Slates, nnd forty rations per day ir money in lieu thereof ut tin- enrrunt vho shall have authority to appoint, from time to ime, mel, number of aids, not exceeding four, ;nd secretaries, not exceeding two, as ho may ndgo proper, uuuh to havo Iho rar.k, pay end of a I.ieut. Colnnel." Tho pmpnsiiion was nnsworod by abundant tcMiniony that Loring violMod iho State law of IH-llI, which impo.-eu a penalty of (inn prisonment upon nny Judge of Hiionrd, oto.; who shnll nid in execntiiij.' thu law of That Lurinn; in tho Burin case, by remark- ing lo Mr. Phillips, bol'oru a full hearing was llmt iho eiiso wus go clear that lio hoped uo ob- slaelo would bo placed in llio way nf the fugi- tive's return. Thut iho ignorniitie of law which he oxhibilod in lliul cnso proof positive of his Tho Mextenn war transpired in tho year 1S-17, 3 nltnclicd tu the griido of hientenunt General n tail'of six I.ieut. Colonels nnd two with Ihu nii.k and pay of a jioul. Colonel. N DurEXDExcK ox THE 'he following eitrnct is from n speech m.idc y Mr Albert Pike, at tho Southern C'onvcn- on recently held in Charleston, S. C Said Irl'ike: It is time (hat we should look about nil sec in what relation we stand to (he S'ortli! From the rattle with which the. nrscr tickles the ear of the. child born in the outh. io the shroud thai covers the cold form f the dead, everything comes to us from th We rise form betweui tho sheet Northern looms, ami pillows of V'orth! ad to wash in made, at ie North, dry our beards Northern tow- Is, and dress Ives in garments made n Northern looms, we eat from Northern latcs and dishes; our rooms nre swept with S'orthern our gardens du" with "nrlhcrn spades, and our bread Itneadcd in rays or dishes of Northern wood or tin; and wood which feeds our fires is cut Northern axes, helvi-d with hickory, rought from Connecticut and New Mayor of Mew Yorl; has ileterm- nod to return the Belgian paupers orcrmviels, in (lie Tombs, hy aid of the jielginn Vmnsul, to thi-ir r.t (ha "rx- their own ffovernment. The pro- doiivoring it. It wns ono of tho mort logical arguments ovof made hy Phillips, nnd created great ncilomonu Tho remonstrants did nol appear. Loring will undouliiedly bu removed hy a large majority in llu. House, and a small ono ia tho Senate. Petitions continue to pour THE LABOR following the provisions of ft bill introduced1 in to the Legislature of New York ill reference to labor: SEC. 1. Makes ten hours a legal day's labor' in all cases. 2. No man shall employ a child der ten years of nge. SEC. 3. No man shall employ a child under fifteen years of age to labor over fivte hours a day. SEC. Persons employing children snnll fee that they attend school! hive days each week. EEC. C. Guardians shall bind out chil- drr-n under the above provisions. SEC. G. Agriculturists shnll give chil- dren in their employ, at lt-ast four month's schooling each year. 7. The peuali'T is Co forcnch violation. The act to tu'kc eflccton the -llh to July. 1855. Oir.Tamcs Russuli Lowell, the poet, (ms bee n elected Professor "f .Modern Languages and licJIcs Lrtlcrs, in the Ilarvnrd Univer- lo succt-e.'l LongM-ilow. There were, five cnmlirlntrs, hu( Air. I owell not (osilion to send them West he onn of them, end wns olectH without his marking that if tln-y arc not proper siiltjecisj I iiowl'-dso. This v.-ns n high compliment. 'C n'niain here, tiia West should net mod wil'i it Jir will spend ayenr in m br.'sre IiecsWranpon llicdutifs o'Hi Spain ;