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   Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - November 16, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE EPUBUCAN. VOLUME 2. FORT AVAYNE, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 115, 18.W. Sort WayircttoimMican. PETE3- P- BAlTiEY, KATES Or t- _ Eucluubic-iuenliiiicrtmn J'UAr' three months One Column one year aix months three moutlis Half Coluum one year ffi jininntlu three months oue-fo'trth thro" inPiilJH Frnm "1-Mt su-A Fuiiml." bv S. It. ll.ilfu Yuik'Jlunii; lor tiic lirnthur Pea-w, oftlai-'Kivo 1'oints HotidC of Industry." tiiiid to in-i one day when was in room. "Thtro is a little girl un (lie she lives in :i next lu t 10 corner iheiv she is about U years ol 1 and ought to bj taken away from tliu 1 lo who have her. Slio U on the >livet r. llie time, and they have no at all tt her. Her father and mother aro both iL-ai and the littic thing is not treated projici y' In answer to my inquiry she said, "She was always to be Cnind aUmt the corner u Huckman ritreot and I'ark row, where t e strcetd were muddy, sweophuj the croa singj." Wnrdty any of my u-aiLvs have failed o an introduction 10 this ofciiildri-n, a-s they Imvo passud through the city thor ouglifareH nnd niuny of your jwekct.-i [wen relieved, us a little h.iiul from soint, U-.-n raised la. fore you with the try, "1'k-a.sf givu ma j'-'imv, sir ''Pleaso pive uu a penny After the facts about this liil c starlet! incoinp.itiy willi an employes. vl'thu of Industry, fini'.linrly knum by llie- naiiu of "Father fie littic and was to point her out 10 inc if she could be found. Half an Iiour'i to discover tha child nnd we gave up tin: hope of her at that iiutf. Two days a likt; effort proved useless, and father Burke returned to the Institution, after giving men .escription of the child, and her name. Having sonic business in the vicinity of he Post Oilfce, on inv U-turn toward the Park, I was looking for some one to answer the description given to me of 1 tile -Ma-y, and hail reached ai far -.a the b'uildiivj, when, touking buck, 1 thscoverot just bv th'j most soutlmrly gati- of the Piirk Uirec girls, one of which 1 hoped was, tiic one for whom my search HO liir hud IKVH fruit less. Almost i in mediately un my discovering t mm they diriapjK'iired through the gate ii -to the ami wtre hid from my view bv an ajink-stund loc.ileit at that point. With all possible haste 1 was in (be 'ink. lack oi tin- ninrk-stanil, but only two eiildren wow to IIL-MSCM. lluri-ii-dly 1 asked, there nol girl with yon know she ran from ui as soon as she got in tha I'ark." "What M her name "Msxrv Now'wu wore siiBK we hn.l seen the child wo wuro in suareli ui; for itary Mul-len was the namo lirulhur 1'ctiso had yivei uu. Hjarchiiiscnrnoslly for a few our eye rested on thu hiisyJillK-thing, SiVi-'epiiy llic bvi'i-r crosswalk in iho and Coining direct! toward us arj'at woik ;is Tf iiiatlur.s'of moment were d.-p.-ndhis 0" the manner in ivhteh she iiuved us 1 have no doubt u severe A jijii-u'achiiis her, 1 asked, "VvliatUyour Mullen, sir." UJ you "Un IVurl blrcut." "Who do you live "My ami niutlier." When 1 waiilvd IKT In gu wtlli me, she refused, ami Ixsgan to cry. Jiiul inj assuraii-cod Unit 1 should not allow liar to be in-jti -ed iliil not quU-t her fcuri, and sliu cun i in-jd to i-ry until we readied the Mayui'tj oilice. 11 is Honor was considerably imiUscil by our appearance liofore him with onr little street-sweeper, for there was, brnoni in hriuil, her old rlr.-ss fiwtcnt-d up n "Emcnihl ii-fjN fact, ami anus spatlereii with mud un old looil, from which her uiouled unlv mil her broum with the ntler hall of Msry's eik-cts as was prose; itwl by b.'fbro llw Mayor lor nnmieipal inspeetiini. Our.slory was .soon Uihl.Jjiil Mary was iy his Huiurr placed in charge of our b-jji-ely. Mary was now about 0 years ohl. V.'Iien ilio was six years ofujic her mother died t-aviii" her in Hie lundsof the ik'ople in iho wuse where she TliL-.-iu punpk- had .0 w 2 or 3 children of tliuir uwn, nml in irder to make the diev coul-l out uf J ary. a biouni with the handle made short wiw put ii. her nnd she was station eil in Hi-irkman strret, in tin: iniinciliata vicinity of thu nput occiipicil by tiic iriek churcii, lo sweejt ihe crosaitris and Massing fniiu the Mavor'5 oflicc toward 1 ie phutograpin'i's, we yut inside the 'ark, when, nnxioii-sly in my fni-C. in a have eleven els. In mv pocket." "VvYll, what do you want to do will them, -dim will lick me if f don't give them to ier." "Xcver mind her. Mary. You may have threw ck-vi-n cents !or yourself. You need not b'! afraid won't sue you a ;.t n." It was now atom half-past ten or eleten o'clivk. and I asked, "Is that eleven cents ill you have yil tins moniiiy "Oh, no, sir 1 have U-en liunie once, nnr earried 0 sliillin-s. "How much tlo yon in a by your fa the most I over got; ten shillings, Hointtiiiicji six, and soineliiiit's not but two thy sales (nun thi-ir nrs-.-r.il n. groggery, rather than Mary Mullon'd Diitiuion lU-i.tccrncy. Wo the leaders of tin Koiilhen IX-iniK-racy with bodly avowing trensim a iMinioii. A ilc inon.u ic I'ro-iifUsnt cannot U.- L-let-U-d cxei-pt by the thw X-. rt will eoniribute litl'e to t tat R.-iiilt. We can thon. with pai-lk't prupr e tv nnd truth, them as llie disnn oi [.irlv. The Wiishiii-ton llu of a la-' tiie would be loo much of hu i i.iiiily to that Uiu filave Inddijij, States would nak s'-ibnikiion lo .-iiieli Ailministnuion ns u-mdd brin- to Washington. Vii-'mia would faUMe-is" to every priinriplu wliic i she hohU most dear, were she lo eon.-x-ni to let the Armory at l-'ciry nm Oltl I'wiiE Comfort Hanks or any oilier black lli-publican. Wiiiil .security could lw her tliat the arms they contained would not be t-iu-iloyei) for Thi-i is but a ivik-raiion of thn sfntimpnls ullereil by Guv. Wise, in uiont's election to ihu I'lvsideiu-y when IL-ssid that the South should UDOII t ie arsenal nt ilurpcr's ferry, raise an army, m.-nvh to Wsshiiisjton, take possession of the city, and '.Hnoice uin'i-n." And lha sftinu sentiment is uliered every by-fading Democratic members of and politicians of the South, lir-iwn is n traiior, and menu :i triiiloi-'s if nol pavdonnblc on thegrouin of insaniiv. and liis aro no less traitors in declaring that they wmK becile Blown iiml his twenty men attempted to Sltelbyrille L'limur. Look jit tlifj I'roofh. ACAI.VST UEUOCBA-IS. Ainoiij; liiu-letters imiid in Brown's wa.-; one of IcalfV, n conspirator, alluding to hi.s "very Icar friend Jatnts Gulhrie, of Louisville." lanct'. "This is coiisiJerubly inuu- direct nd pnlpablo than "our i-Id frienJ J. It. G." i n't it Another letter fspcsiks of ht-lp "ivcn bv "J. B." This imiilinilvK Mi. UnrliRKiii watlly clearly as J. It. G. imuIicaUv GidJings Gov. Wilhrd'd id one of the rioters. The Governor to -see liiu. nndMkeu the tn sn-ure (wo leadinjt lawyers to (k-fuiul him. U lliurs anv stronger proof of complicity Gov. CIm-iu Aipiin, Rccrctarv Klord ndiiiiis th.it lie was fully informed of lii-Insuru-etion two uiunths n-u, bm lie Jidn'i take a yiiiglo step to stop it. li'Ay IVo-Kihlv ha Oemocratie capital in lultinu' it break out. A-ain. Ciovcrnor Wise of P.IOWII riv.olutc and sinceri; man, hul s fanatic. sLouhl Govcmor jrniwi- n m.in Burrcclioli.'if thv 'Uvn wlial (Jiiveruor for the bjnoUt uf am! his piny A rcc-jipt from Huraa- Grotley for fiirnUh-.-iL liis pript-r. I-'.u-bes' rj.pn.-hi lhat ak'lU-r di-Uiluiifliis and T.rown'ri plnns fhwtU Li fc.it Cliasi'. pronf that it ever wad aent. Chnse he nvvcr Paw it. A stati-iiii'iit Hint "J- It- 0. had taken slock." Forbuh' statement that he had spoken of hU scheme to Sjward. raid that Se ward no attention to his wants or The uc-s-ro Ui.-it 1 men hnd" jiivi-u him tu lo Ihir-per1.- lust which they" contradict. Tiiu.-tc a'rc ail. Hnw do the two portiDii.-; of evidence onnjiare willi eacii other? it .Mil SliCH. We ask the to notice iho follow taken fiuin Susithfrii pajjvrs It will of t! o Africtu slave li-udt i.-. a DcmuciUic mt-as urc "Twenty in Ibis M in Livor of ro-upmiinjj tlni African slavy tiudo. Alwut Ihrje are op'w.iud to it.--M'IC'ill UJCM.) It is a Southern All measures fav.iniblc to ilm South art. Dcimicrntit; Tm hr. Are not (he llnci; Yw, all of Wm awre.Il blne.iio.-'eii, lo the institution of .ilavu-y, nnil 'lulfaEtilarnfUr. IlcnM l.vwis t'o., Va, 1H3! I wish to say un- won! lo m t.i (h-j I'Vr-ry. You have coaimenUM upon t in your valuable papsr, I "want lu a.-sk y m. in the name of the Old Dominion. lo Stop and let it ilrnp. of the whole and fci-1 that the hits b-.-en If tiie peopie of Virginia had the power, cfiii.'iisltni with laiv tluy would let old Hivwii go free if ha would promise not to say nUtnt it. So Wfiii't you Mr. Kditor, nut HJ bay anyiiiinif more abuut Tho liey said he should ci j UJ.IVOF lo cnltiv.iio ni-ut fiiendly lion with theU. S. i Cajn. L. ud.U "1 clearly that on prcnL-iice wa.-f to h.n'e a beneficial cJlVcl oi tlw now Ctuveiiuii'-'iit and ospeeialh' ti; t Ipositiuiujfu'ir 1 am .sa iifiL-d llu i short trip to will coiiduee lo the intowst-i of th.: U. S." j Gwiij will at the earliest purim of the next awsinn of luring waiil the 1'i'cific railroad qucation, with more thuii his iisual energy. lonnd from IInllMo tn Uh'Vt-l.-.nil, with a caij.-o oflWt tons of .MerdnTiiiiss wlvii to i I'oint In-low Kriuon Siimhiy i at '2 o'clock blew up and sank in j 'J minutes. 17 (wrsous nst. Sr. 'I'lio ovurland mail with i dales lo the llih nil. urrivi-d litre last j isight. Uiual pruparattuiis were ma-Jii to n-cci-.-L- G.-n. fcult. All iho military and 1 inn on IIK Arrival am! es.-urt liirn through the All classes fif wrie to p-iy their trilnrte nfrcsji-.-rt. The civditoi-s of Chorpjiming it Coinna-ny, mull contractors bi-twccn California ami Salt Lalie, had attached their stock ami other proiji'1 ty im- amounting (o about It WM fe.ircd that tiie mails would bs sii-siiL-ndod from this cause. Tiic water throughout the State was at tiic lowest stage and Miners holding claims in ihe of streams, wcro gatherin- rich harvests of gold. The advice from arc (o October Hie 8th. 550 wagons had arrived at the Cascades, AVaslnngton Territory. HoSTKLAL, The fullering iuiporlaut news i.s taksn from the Livcrprtyl Post of the 27lh of October, .1 copy of which was obtuinod by tha sU-nmor Xortli Aiae-rica. The jiuljlic will karn with overwhelming grief, that lite .splendid the lioyal Charter, was totally lost yesterday in Mull'i Ited Bay near Uangor. The inttlligonce which readied us last night was brief, but we fear ia only too true. Out of -100 persons on board only 10 were saved. There ia some hoiw however that thij statement is exaggerated, but uu dtT tho circumstanced th-j loss of life it is to be feared has been immense. The Royal Charter had about half n million in gold on board. When the disaster took place ia nol known for the telegraph has caused to. work and such a terrible storm had all along the coast, that tha Chester and Uirkenhead Railway had been deilrovcd in uvo places. 20 of the dead iiodie.s had h-.'Oit washed ashore. The Bay iu whicli thue.U.i-troplio occurred isilory mik-.i ivAilKunlof I'liffln Island, 7. The passenger train of thellelvidereand Fleminglon Kail Head, which lalt here at C o'clock this morning for 1'hiladeiphia, was thrown of the track Ijy running into a rock when 13 miled here. The engine i> a paj-fuct wreck itiut the track ii toin up for several yards, no person was aroso and staled tln.t lie liail received a dispatcii wliidi would pyoUililj inlerfcu; with any further i the empanelling of a jury. He tli.n ica. Gov. Tih. To Amlrew 0. Hunlcr. 1 lliink you b.-td k-iU-try Cui-k. ami Bti-plium over tn Ui l-'edjral authorities, Yn-jr.s ftcspcclfully. Signuilll. A. Wise! Mr. Hunter staled lhat lie had been ii COITUS ponde nee for several with Gov Wise, and had in his it nnmU-r of f-icU impjrtant to (he dyvelon-.-ment o this case, which wt-ra unknown to llio pub ic, and fur iho reuia-n HO, h-j uid .since his la-it letter to the Governor into the ofothur facts which loinlcd to Hk-phui-i :wtliemost uvaihil-le party !o liaiuk-d oicr lo tho Federal au-ihoritiL-s, ni he fell assured, cnongli would u iiscerlfiiuwl tu result in bringing i IIL- I'ViK'r.d a miiiik-r of the pi-oiniiu-iil aliolitiouihts of the north. Mr. Harding objecu-d to the proceed) and insisted lint tha c.is3 should IM procel-ded with, he was not feed by any one, am would only .weureas acotuiwiifittioti for arduous labors in the case, the small pii-laiice allowed, he was not in lea-rue willi Gov. Wise or anylwdy else-, he had noteon-sulled with hi.-; client, nn-1 as the jury had mrtly been chosen Im would nut consent lliat the stiite should Land uver to llie Guv-known to Ctov. 'Wise, and had toon fore-shadowed by tiic remarks of Mr. Hunter. If time had been nllowcd, the trouble of empanelling a jury could have been di-ip.-us-cd with. Mr. Hunter then remarked thai he would then proce'-.l immodiately with the case of and baud over the prisoner lelt, wllo had not yet U'cn [o Ihc Federal couil at Washington. Mr. Ssmu-t tlivti askud a deUy of u motueiit for consul tatiun with Stephens, aftsr which lie nn-louncL-il that the prisoner accepted the offer to hand him over to the I'oderal'nutliorilie.s md would therefore prefer to be remanded tojuil. Mr. Hanliug cL-rk to enter his ?arni-st against the wlmlo lie considered the ofil wrung, mid wished it su .shown On the doii-ket. J si.hp: I'arKcr to the clerk, do no such i thing. I no a prolcal entered >n thu of this court. The prisoner was (hen IiaudoJ over to U S Marshall Martin nnd lodged in where ic will remain until term of the court at fiiannton, which will not meet for some time afier the trial of Cook. The jury was accordingly t large number of the freeholders of the county were summoned to appear to-mor-row moniiiig at 1) o'cloL-k, when tin; of Cook will be- taken up. U will excite .1 iargc degree of interest, Cook will b.; defended by J. M. McDonald, Attorney (i-Mwral, and Mr. Voorhees District Attorncv of fu-diana, Musirs. Lnwion, nnd M. C. Green of our bar. Tlu prosecution will be conducted by G. llunier. The prisoner seems lo b-j in line spiiits, ami is not without a hope of a verdict in his favor. Uov. and Mr. Crowley his will be present during the whole entire y I'he bcuilitiiu lines tec ii a bud cunditio.i mid it is imp i-s'.ble to ih tain nt present full reiurns from the ek-c. Tiinvs llinl cuunty McCIell.ind djui., maj. Itutiir from the disliict indicate ins election by from 4 to 5UOJ maj. W. t.siii As chief if not t K-indy diflicnlty in llni way of the consmn.-i-lion of the iiendin- trial k-tween the U. S, ami Mexico, is in relation to tho propped tnuif.it infhiuiilitil parties have sub-ntittcil to Ulh (joveriiiiiL-iits a base of co: i-promise The government tony have n-.-arest any of or ili.it iirbiiiwu, -shall promptly interfere fin- the ji-.n-jiiKj of ii with the [irivik-sp offiitoihis tlw territory of ilt imd IwHh in a ease of emerge] cy shall act together. The so re-ctnlly liy HIL- Mcxiom trooj.s from Matamonis to. the uf iljownsulk-, jh -stated as an esiiiuph-. Such n prnpositwn lowever to be incorporati-d in the tr.'aty, must come from the I.ik-nif d'ovcnmn-ni. This it ij uiuK'rstood is favoral.lc rt-gardt-J by our own Government. There is 10 doubt lliat totli the Governments uf (jrest Britain and tho U. S. ure deciJe-Jly in earnest in tho presentation of their respective positions or connections of right in relation lo the San Juan question, nlt'songh not more so lliau th'.'y were in the Oregon controversy. Capt. i'aineof the Navy, is here danger-While the C-ibinet wa-i in .session yesterday the lYunitijtit received a showing; pressing necessity for military assistance at Brownsville. The Secretary of War within half an hour thereafter sailed in -it ructions to Capt itiekelt.-i, commanding the artillery Company at Baton iouge, to pl.ico his man in readiness for a narcli, and at same time tho Quarter Master also telegraplicd to, to make ar-rangeuients fitr transporting troops to I'e-inl Isabel, to wliich place they are now probably on their way. Making marriage by civil .lulhoritiei tho narrative, has oreak-d much excitement, ,va% issued against the laiv but it was hy the iu Chihuhua. Petitions are in circulation, calling upon t ie Governor of Stale to suspend the execution of tho law. Tha clergy are at Hie bundalion of lliwu disturbances. Tho President ha.-i commuted the san-tence of Capt. Holmes of Mains, who waw coiivi'.'tc'J some time since of the rmmtcr of i tailor upon the high seas, sentenced to be Ilcv. David il.Junkinhsibscnnppointed Chaplain of the Navy -The lirst number of the Hon. Tlioman IJ. Florine-s's Dem. Quarterly Review, will jo issued on Saturday. Tliu Postmaster General returned, from :ho South to-day. lie has not vet opened t la bids for thu Iransporlat ion of the mail jjjtH'CL'n Portland and Orleans. J. U. Tliomas the sj-t-cial delegate from Rrowiiavillc, had an interview with the Secretary of War to-day and fully explained to him Ihu .ilarmini; condition of the nuntieruf the Itio him in its unaminity and nuivir-riality had so mid coiifoundwl' thai worth Were iimdwjuatu ty his Bi-ntimi-iits. Spauiihts were alsi. uuulo by Oov, Uun. Clink ai.d Col. Baktr. It wus uii.U-ratood that llie Oon. uciuM for i'uguc Sound on the nioriiiiig of j i m 17ih uli., on the atcamor IS'orHierner. j Among iho to IMVO on thw stc-iuiier of the were Con. Lane, Hirclr to CoiiKn-as from California, lion, J. C. MeKibben, who U mideMtood to yif--it Whshiiisjtun wilh u viuw of a ora-di late fur of tlio House. liayitrd Tuy-ior. Major Dodjje, Indian Agent for Utah, arrived ut San Krancibw willi tho Sun-ey-Oisof the Jlountain Meudowrf maswurj uf 5 women and 0 child run. J'htt outward overbml mail of Sept.2Ctb ivaclwd San Francisco on the by l iu stcainar Ij-oin Los Anglos, '20 dtyuuut. There were indicatioim of another I.ustL-r expedition Sonorae orjaoa-JiiR at San Krancnco. lliiiine-ia continued dull, but prirea Tim trado wilh tho country showed no in proveuient and city wore buying lollmijj. Otlicial returns yf the wheat from 14 fouutii's, show that tho product will bo bushes against biuki t s from tlit- same counties lost year. ii miensfi increase is supposed to be genorfcl w lich will render it necessary to export nlf oftlic wheat to Xew Yorkor Aiubtfr The ship Daniel Crocket Hailed on Ilth for X. Y. with cargo of wheat. Gv'ti. Scott spent the day in receiving and stated at G u'clk in the aYuniBt for I'ugttt Sound in the steamer Northerner. Tiie maikola closed A Hltla IwtUt to day. U.WKN-woimi, lU'turns from interior como in slowly. Leaven worth A Atchison counliei give dem. inajurilioi; Douglass, Shaviwt vift fursoti counties are llcpulilicau. Tin coun-tics yet to hear from went strongly for tlia Constitution' which renders the aluctiottdC I'arrott to Congress, as probable. Thv "Jrrcplc-aibU Conflict." The democratic Pww ure contumely rt pealing the word, at thaUhey tench something very dan genus to the institution of slavery, anil inimical to Uic inlcK3U U other words, Uwy _ quote tho simple expression, discimneclinx it rom its context, and thus they contiadirtedfrom to time, and nhsl Mr. Seward did say, ha. been but it seems there is no end to the to on UK part of the di-inocratic Press, and so in the hones of miling in correcting their influence wo pubhsha-Caiowhat did lay, lo which add Ihe views of George Washington And Thomas Jclfcwon, on the same simj-.-cl, by an examiiuUon of which, it will b3 seen, that Mr- 3-'w.inl was but uttering Which IwJ bei-n held by these palriiiU of old, and further, that what he did say.luu notmngin it thru. looks to the use of forcible means to get rid of slavery, but on tho contrary, that if slavery was ever gotten rid of he did not look for such to lakeplacccxeent by means th.it should be ai-m-dcd to willingly by the Slates themselves, ininisdiaU-ly interested in t'-e question, nnU m with the connitutwn of sacli state, aud tho General GoVcrnuK-at. M r. was making a speech at New-York somMBiiiginon: than a year M, when the words Rioted, were uttered and wlial he did sny here follows: Scniitov Scward nt Kucliwtcr.. "Thus lluwi) antagonistic syau-ni-j are .contimnlly coming in roiiUcl. an.l coLoniLlts. L wll .von wlMl this collision means? They who think it rs accidental, unnecessary. Ihe work ui inter. utcdor n.natieal actors, therelorc vnuuRieml, mistake alt outlier. It IB in irruiuv-s-sihlc upp-Min.: and endurina f-.nu.-s, ami It means tli.it UK-United States must and will, sooiior or !a-tcr, become entirely u sl.vu- IwUny nation or entirely ti free- labor nation. "If these Hlatca are ugai" t" b-.-ronic universally sUve-hi'Ming, i.ot pn'twinl tu cay willi what of the Coinum- lion tint un.l Bliall niched. On the other hand, while i do c.mlH.l.lly believe nnd hope that my cmimry will yet ba .airaeiiLindofimiveMal freedom, 1 tlo TUilOUUlI TUB ACl'lOS OT' TIM: CO-01-r.UVnSU WITH TUB CflNTOHMITr WITH Tlll'.lH BKi-rtCTlVi: COX-BTITUflOSS.'1 Thomas' JutTorson in hid "Nolci im Virgimn.' tnon THAT Tiuc-ii: m.ri.r. AW. TO IIL I'BLt nor M If tfrf'l'11. ZnmiaiT NaliirL', habit and have drawn indclliUu linesof di.tincti.iii .between them. It is slili in our power u> ihrccl the of nnd wuceably, in sm-h shiw !W lliat ovilVill wear ..irinsonsibly. ami lho.r phice kipuripjwt, filled up with free wlnU-hlKircriL If on the cmiirary, it n h-fl to force hiiinaii imtiiru might bhud-der at the held up." George WusUIiiRtoii to fini. IjaFuycllc. "1 agree with vou conlially in your views in nwlnl to nuSro slavery. I have long considered it a most wriomt evil, lulh ami unlilicallv, and 1 fihimld rejoice in any fensiblu ;o rid our Stutus of filmrden. 1787 adoptwl an ordinance, which prohibits tin; existence orinviihintnry servitude in onr Xorlh-wea-tern Territory furcvcr. 1 eonu'.ler it loits measuie. It met with the approval and us-aent of ne.irlv i-very mcmk'r from iho .staler -more in sUivc 'Tho prevailing opinion in Virjininis.vjiiiiwt the Hprvail nf tiluvi-ry in new 1 em tones, ami I trust we shall have u conwdura cy of 1'ree Suites." The I'ittsburgh Gazette thus treats the "black joke" nt Hnrper's Ferry Virginia id still in u ferment. "01.1 Oiz. ranlfool" is on Ins high horse, talking awny by the hour, ilistrilnilins arms to uvcry county in the di.stui-lK.-tI comnionwc-allli nnd putting tho vcholo country into terror at t'nc interminable letter which is sure lo conic from his uen. 1 lurii.-r'rf ferry is vetimlioparoryannof fright, nnd Sandy Hook is in iiimiiL-iitary i-xjicclrilioii ofagen-crul tnaiwacre. the entire O d Doniinion there is a hunting o( swords, burnishing of rifles, ami careful inquiry into the state and supply of the aninnmition. The chivalry is aRng for deeds of high om-prise, nnd demanding lo lx- led ngjiiiwt the million of Ilrowiw ami Smiiiis whum its imagination conjured up. "To arms! to arms! yc Tho whole- of the ordinal allHir irns silly but this clfort to keep up Iho jvith reiKirts of a vast witli flatnin- and furious e is most intensely silly. It were far better ibr them to let Hie muss die out of remembrance as soon oscituy be, and let the .world forget, if iwsi-sihlc. into what a pack of nilinie.-; tho descendants of tho Old Virginians have dc-gcnoratcd. Ucnublicaiiit of Kentucky will meet in Convention on Wednesday morning, Nov. 18051, at Xcwjwrt, to organise the party in the Slate to a presidential Klctitorial ticket npixtinJ twn rial Delegatca fur iho tilatc at Ill1lt trnnsnct sm-h cillivr businMS ns may before the s. c. Charles Macbeth was to-day re-elected Mayor of thu city by majority. The ihThi the 4th District last tk-.-ilmywl (SO buildings. estimated at a u.u-i: tcr of a million. rAKTiiiiit POINT. A snowstoi-ii! prevails iii'.-eai-d weaihw U fojniv. There is nt slijjhtcst chance sirrival of the slcam.-r North Am-.-iicii lo-nii-hL Slie is with days Infer A de hmnlico eii'iuiiciulo has b.-er, .ipjwinloa by JuJga Clould in the casu of Mrs. llhndia Dudley, iLn nude In her of arching orders have been given to the which are to join tho t-x-pcdilionary army agiiiiwt Morocco. O'Comicll will start at the cud week. CrciLt cnthusii-iiu tho people, II in reported that France will not mit lo the action uf England, hi tho Canal atlidr. Tho only remaining part on thaatoimer Iloyal Charter standing on Wcdneadmy of-ening, was n Miiatl part of the atcrn with, tlm wheel mid screw lifting apparatus. struck at 3 o'clock on Wcihic.-iday morning up at 7 o'clock. Her cables pn-ted one after another. S.to tried to the coast but the wind blowing ft hurricane, she drifted ashore. Several bodies were washed ashore the majority of them bt-iiij; mutilated. Men were picking upgoli from oil' thu rocks and au sllicU tut (juard was much needed. A l.iveiiwol says, tlmt the Hoyol Cliart.-r Klviick at '2 o'clock A. M. steam Ijuing too for her oblaa. 1 croic sailoi- swnm abhon; and inadt fut a Imwser by which several livt-u lared, and more mijjht havo Iwcn rcaeued had not tho vessel parled in two with dreadful crash. Tho pssftinjeri were either killed falling masts or iwrishi-d in the WATGS. 470 pcrsoiw were lost and ;il ivcrgsatui women nnd children perished. pi-uparaliom '.vero making in fur the Schiller festival. lo nlluw the toruldight pro-LVr-aiunnt JlTjIin.lucsiivju democratic nus feari-d. H w.ia fSjMiiti-il th.it (he SKIMS wonl-l sea nnd l.m.-l and alterw.-r.is Tclrian ami Tansiers. The French expedition corps rt'fidv to take Ihc field. U is staled that the Krcndi soldiers taken 011 tho JUst of August, were all burnt alive by (he MOOM and thcl'rciicli troop? were hurning to revenge the outrage. KL-S.-SIA. The report of (hi: iiitemlcd interview between the Kniparor of Austria Russia, are Ixnt.v. via Uu overland mail from Calcutta to Sjpl. 29th, have been receiveil. Then) is no political Hill. The -nin elevator of the NW York Central Co.. wiis totally destroyed liy liic at L-li-von oVIock last night. It contained OUT two hundred bushels of all ofwhu-h Uss on liuildingaml machincTi' alnnt on grain over all fully insnml. The c-s tension depot of the company .-.iljuiniTig, was bill. damaged. Origin of tire BOSTOX. An election for Governor nnd other State ollie-jrs took place in tliiri state lo-iiay. There were four tickets in the field Democratic, l-'ree Schools and Opposition. The Republicans huve carried tho State by about lha uaiiiB plm-ility as they obtained last year, Hon. Xalh.iuiel Hanks was re -elected Governor over H. F. Butler, and Geo. X. and CilAiiLUiiToN'. Thecxdteinciil in regard lo the trial of the Harper's Furry stilt continues and f.iir progress, is being made by the court in disposing- of the of the Free Negro is lii'isig brought to a close, on S.itnr-day afternoon, Ihu jury Ijndinga verdict C. The store of Henderson. Cowan A Co., several dwelling and the steamer Hrilanin lying at the .-iHjncent wharf, wuro destroyed by fire last The loss is partially covered by insurance. Xo live.; The editor of ihe Louisville Journ-a is lo briiif; "llie North and South to l.annoniy.e in tliu of the lloii-e of Ui'juvsi'H-tativtfs. He lOjjiodiu-es tiie followiu- article from the Knoxvillu Whip-, nnd L-udor-hes it fur as the ek-etiun of a llepublicnn will act cordially toother next winter, of ihe dillicn'lties lo a united ullbrt in 1HOO would wiped out [From the Kiioxvillu Whig.] Wo are (jraliduil to find lliit our Souther i Opptisitiun oxchangcrt are all agreed in a union of the opposition Xorllr unit South, In ilek-at the election of a dcmocr.ilic SJK.-JI-kci-Hfthi! next INnni! uf And we rejoice nl I'mdiii- them all placing l eir wishes in thin upimsoiiujji-u-riolio grounds lhat of tit-ding a speaLe who will not pack tin. U-minilteL-s, with a whieh IMVO tho entiro cireer of IJudiaimi's Admini.-lration. Ujwn lliis snbk-c: Ihc llichmond big says "We dlirm nuw, :w wu have :.liirmed bc-ft re, that, ns :i patriot and :td an honest man, who cannot anil will not ecnnivc nt t ie corruption which hus been practiced under the present prolligalu ;un! A. we shi'mM v.itc uitli all boldness and with all cordialiu- for the very l.lackc.U of the IllacU Kuimblicans for Spiiukcr in preference, to any OemoiTnt whatever. On this gioiind we take our stiiid, and nn this Around slull It is n.'ccrlaincd that uml-.-r Iho laws of Virginia, Hie Governor can'l pan'.oii a iicr.-on convicted of treason lo the Commonwealth, except with the cm.-ient of the gcnaral Assembly, dcclam oyn joint resolution. This rids Wise of all rcsjionsibilily in tiie matter, what tho Legislation will do i.i not known. NKW VOHK' The of the Hi-r.ild says, Hint rules and co isidcnitions prevent Hut Stale dcpart-n cut fmm disclosing tiic exact state ofaf-fa r to the public. Vet il is believed tliat serious dillkiiltics may probably 'grow out of the between the U. S. and England in reference to Ihe Tsliind ofS.ni Juan. U is generally cunctdcd Lhat Gen. llcar: ncy was entirely right in taking possession of the Isknlfor the proltction of Ihc U. S. citixsiiH llierc and for the maintninance of the right of thisi country to the bland, mderthe 1'ackcnham treaty of June lot i 1S1C. Tho 1'resident will tliecor-rcipondence to Congress at thi; opening of t ic session and will ask for money and men to enable him tc defend the rights of our country, ami njihold the honor of it at nil Imard and to the last The c-Ji-ressiKHidunt who considers -the return of -Mr. Dallas the holydays or early in the session Con-rods M Voili, Nov. City elections one Republican Kenntor. which is n Democratic loss. The Mnj-..irl Unit or iho es Mayor Wood, Democratic lominees, fall very far behind the Tammany Vote in N. V. City 5J.OOO over -tli.OOO ess than ILAIH'.I. rni. 11. The Uormans celc-jraled thu Ceuteiuiial Anniversary of Sdlil-ler'd birth with n in which all tlio Gorman Volnnit-er SinginK Socielk-K Turners and henutinial Societies participated. Each man carried a torch and displayed numerous transparencies in cluilin- n large printing press in openiti m. Many houses were illuminated on the way, brilliant display of lire works and salutes were li.ed during the march. In reaching Broad street an appropriate address was delivered and the crowd maj. in city, fur Conlrollor, Horace G. N. J. -The returns from (he. various sections of tile Stato indicate llie c eelion of Clias. A. Olden, Hep., as Gover-i or by about liUOO majority. The will be dcmocnilic, but Ihc complexion of the House is doubtful. MW YORK, -Nov. The X.Y. Tribune says Sonator Uouglas is seriously ill with the gout in the stom-: eh, which lias gradually ascended from the feet. His strong constitution is the rc-innce of his physicians. The steamship City of llnltimore brings Liverpool advices of tho 27ih ult., received at Cork by telegraph. The los-i of the Hoyal Charier from Australia, is confirmed. Nearly 400 lives were ost. Tin; ship Kngland from Liverpool bound to New Orleans, was driven ashore during the K.IIIIP pnlc in Holy Ik-ad. The final Kaslcrn rode out in the gale admirably. The condition of affairs in Naples was alarming and a tight was ejj peeled. The 'Minislor nf war has placed material of war nt (tin disposal of llie Spanish Government, :md declares lhat the fm-icror will support the military ojwralions of Spain in the war against Moroc-co, in a similar way to that made to Piedmont during the war. It is asserted that tho Emperor will visit the king of Holgintit. Turkey. Constant inojilc advices 19th Oct. had K-en n-ccivnl. Four of the cliicb of the laleconspirary hnd been condcinncd lo death Their concemnnt ions bad created consternation among Ihc popnhre. The Tribune that Governor Wise has made .1 requisition on GJW. Morgan for the snrrcndi-rof Cm-etl Rmilh, to answer the charge of complicity in the Harper's J-Vrry insiirri'flion. Hos'iox, Tlio returns including near ly the whole Slate, give Hank-; for Governor njuvaids of 9000 iimjority on the whole His plurality over Bmlor, dt-mocral, ii more than 2UCO. The Senate as far as received stands 31 Hep., -t Hem. and 2 doubtful. The House Klunds UK Rep., 50 dem. and -1 Opposition. The entire Itep. State- ticket is elcclvd. yr.w county, OMsn, fip-position for CJov.. has alwnt maj. Xew-ell, the democratic candidate for dork, is elected in tho 1st legislative district. Up-lincot, Opposition, is elected by a smal majority nnd Ilalxiriimior, rlem., is; ulcclw in the 2nd dir.lrift. settler of Dayton and one ofitfi wealth-lest citizens, died al his residenao In city, at G o'clock this morning, Cmc lieliirns from Wisconsin wero very Tim Milwaiikic Sentinel says, those received conJirai tho tpinion that tin- entire Hep. State ticket ia elected liy .T majoriiy. Kepnblicms lelnin the ascendency iu .thf Klatc Legislature, ITALY. Turin on Wcdncsd.iy. The Mip-cter'of Justice has resigned in of Ult! Court ofCatLsation being transferred from Turin to Mihui. Tlio Sanls Eu nntU of Sept. akh and Oct. 17lli, arrived at Independence to-dny. Tliu mails wore escorted from 1'ort Union tn the Arkansas There is no news. Tho conductors think icreaftor they will not bo molested any more. jcen sent lo the Lunatic .Asylum at IJlica, having become seriously deranged. election of II. M. Lcavcnwortli the Ili-pnb-1 can c.iudidate for S'jcrct.irv of State, over Jones dent., and the Ulica nominee by a-bout 80CX) maj., and of Holwrt tliu Uepublican and Ulica candidate fe-r Comptroller, liy maj. CsiAiii.esTox. Tiie trial of Cook attracted a great crowd in tlio Court room both yesterday and to-dny. (iov. Willard and Mr. Oowley, (ho brother-in-laws of the prisoner. .vats tasiilu him. ]lid Counsel aro .1. II. McDonald, Ksq., Attorney Gen. and Mr. Vorliecn, District Attorney of Indiana and Messrs Law.son, llottaand Thus. C. of tho Virginia bar. The prisoner was woll dressed and inaiutaincd linn. ST. LOUIS; xov. 10. The overland nmi! with dates to the 17th ult., reached here lost night. Gen. Scott arrived nt -San 1-Vaiicisco on Sunday morning nnd i.-ci-ivi-d a most cn-thusia-stio rcccplton. As ilio steamer entered llic Ihc halk-ry at Turt Point firctl a salute, being thn l-rst puns ever itvd from that Fort wliich wai followeilby a like welcome from tin- bnttrric-s on the island. Tim Ilohinsrm Culler, W. Mar-cy, on (hi) approach of the Golden Age In tiie wharf, ihe-slcamer Souori, Northerner, and tho Clippc-r Twilight, each Until an honorary baluie. The various militarv companies of tlio i-ity and tho thoiisunds f citizons awaited his landing at the. donk. Gov. Wellor escorted tho Gen. to an open cnrringo which by tho military, itasscd through tho streets oftlic city, which were decora ird with Hugs and various devices, AiuUhrongcd by mnllitildes of Whose oheei-s Uliiinst incessant lo tho Oriental Hotel, where ho was loudly called upon mailo fhort that this of llio indictment, Un not being as a citizen, but guilty of co us m' racy ith ilavt's, olhors to rebel and uf murder aseliur.wd in the second ruid third The rasswas ably arjjucd hy Andrew lliin-ler on Iwhalfof the .State. Tlic prisoner was by fiTO. S-jnnct of Auslrians haro u Cantons of the dij.ii id composed of Largmanom nnd Dimardi. The fullest returns yet revived give JI, M. Leaven worth, Republican candidate for Secretary of Si.ite, L'SSC majority but is doubtful. The journal .still claims the election of the entire Republican ticket but by ti majorily.tlifin at first reported. CTICA, X. Y. Gerril Smith sliowa continued of insanity, no one is aU lowed to SCL- him. It is underwood his aro about the Harper's Ferry matter. go and sweep the streets -1 In- cold victuals, sir." "Do you gut itiuuli. yes, sir, n basket full every day." "Did you have living, Mary "Not vcrv, Kir." "What did you have lo eat "Hani bread and buttermilk." "Dili yon have a good bed and a good place 'o .sleep, Mary V" "Xo, sir." "What kind of a bed had you "J t was made of rays and sluivings." The Imusi: in which Mary Mullen livad is the second frnni tho cornt-r uf Worth street ns you go down lo the Points from Uc-nlrc street and from here, from 3 year.-, this jMior littlu orphan had gone forth daily to sweep and st night to s eep on her U.d of ra-s and lillc 1 She had prolia'nlv made more mmiey am hiiL'ircd more food for that family than netrsMiry lo snjuiorl tliom. Slic had undoubtedly liL-an instnictcil by thcsi- jn-o; 1 to Male lhal her firther and mulhiT ncrc hv ng, and that they raided on IVarl street" as she (old me slni did. Her picture, with Inoom nnd dress as finnd her, is nnd in soi u mnnner it is distributed some-wlnt cxtcnsivelv. Kntcrius llio pai-lm- o .some wealthy (imiily .1 few 'lays rfnw.-, in i conspijiKiiis plai'u aiiiong most elegant pain-ograpliofmy little At tiic Home for tl.o wo Imvo it in her sweeping frivh, and then ns s it, wfisilri-sserl when .she went toher pleas country home, after sho had been ii mir school for n fow months. She prove o "mi.1 Child while hlio rviiniiuil sati.sfuDtlon tfl 'the laiiniv Wltl' Wllom W Tho family who nnd unloved tho earn-iiiga of this liitlo iliinir fora years were ry loth to surrender thom, mul ronsidurablo ftllort was made to get hor back, hut of all Ihe Democratic duniagogiieri i n earth or in the regions oflhoir father, lis .sable majesty, ol the realms of TheaB fire our. sentiments su us (ja, but we yo juiythinji yet by tliu iililutiditoroftliu Itichinund If the devil himsi-lf were eligible to the SpL-iikcrxhiiio! the lionsa and w.-ie only the stendi oi' the of hrimsionu of hell u mil him, nnd would pledge himself to r, i-point who would ferret out ihe corruptions of Buchanan's iidminislialio i, wo would vota for liim for Sp.-akur in pnjf-crcm'e to anv liiichanan Deiuoonil True, we know the devil to lw a liar mul a violator of plcd-cs, hut we know a liiK-hanan ik-iuncrat to IK- the .same nm we .should have mure faith in the fldel-it of tl-.c Devil than that of a U hen the Devil turns his head in ;v cer-lain direction, lift epi-S it, hilt a di'iinn-rat nks one way and Jicis in a dili'.-n-iii d: roc-linn, lle.-ide.-, the devil i.< with all the fraud.-; and thufttiof th'e Administration and would know who to call on us wil nc.vos. Southern Opposition ineinU-r ought lo lesitato mitt moment co-operating with ihi! Northern fpposiiion in ol the next llnnsc. It is their sol-i-tiin public duty to fi-rrct out the corrn )-lions of (li.e mosl fmil. infaniDiis, ami lid -t i-jiorvim; administration and as the democrats will mil in conviclin-lhcm.si-lves HfnjtfnilcntinfyfifffWf, we nut -it look tothe N< rthcrn Djiiiosition, whelher Iliey Iwcall-ed Hq.nblieans.hifidL-l Philosophic, ll.irn-liiirners, Piiifessicnal Counterfeiters, or the nips of The people export those corrnptioiiM to bo ihoy will not cxcnso any Opjtosition mcmlur, of uitli-er section 
                            

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