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   Weekly Hawk Eye And Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 26, 1859, Burlington, Iowa                                TI HAWK-MI 18 50. _ mumffccujte of Sorghum Molaesea in this bu been 10 eitenaive, especSall; in the inUtiox Wettem poiuon, u to mencriaily interfere with the regular trade. Very little monuases, if any, ia now teat to tbe interior. The quality of tbe article is also greatly im- proved tince'lut jew. 5Iueh of it is of good quality as tbe avenge of sugar bouee mud rebotled New Orleans, and some little inferior to golden lyrup. A lit UP more wperientfe wilt enable OOP farmers to moke a per ceauge of sagar from tbe caue, nod we not be aurpriaed to find our State in a few yeari entirely independent of the sugar pUoUtioni of Louisiana, take tbe following from the last number ot tbe Page County Herald: U fust grow a itaple product of tbe North, much, of coarse, to the detriment ol Southern Tbe and motseaes crops have done more to- wards draining our country of money, than al- rooit all other Southern products.' But we arc gUd to be able to say, s better daj has dawned upon are about to declare ourselves in. dependent of tbe Southern cane crop, and reg< ulate our own sweetening institutions in our own way, only to tbe disposition ot Profi- denoe tomakeoar crops grow. We have not the data from which to nmke an accurate esti- mate of the extent of the Sorghum crop ot though estimate tbe anioawi of iDBnofecttired in Page couatv as Bafficieat for borne consumption. We are leas extravfcgKUt in onr calcahuionp, and fix amount at Ewo-thlrdi of that required for homo still we cannot buc think some reasons exist for tbe calculations of the more sang There are many men in our Bounty who made from one to two hundred each, and one the northern pa: of tbe coanty, between four and fire bo ml rt galloca. We estimate tbe yield of molasses, in tb- coontj, at gallons, which takes the plnci ol aa man? gallons of southern produce. Thi con of gallons of imported inoliises couU not fall short of irbicb amount wot necessarily have to be taken from onr countj, and Rent Sooth to help enrich Southern Planters, greatly to the detriment o' oar own interests. But. this is but one phase of tbe Sorphuc question; and the benincent results already ex perienceii from the of raola-ses nr but a, foretaste of the to result (rout tb culture of Sorghum in the North, augur lu alieadj been euccesefully manufactured lu man places ftom Sorghum, and we confidently ex pectour farmers, in I860, to manufacture a lib- eral amount of Bugarin addition to the molas- ses and in 1861, we expect as much tared io Page county as will be required lor borne When we reach ti-al era in agn culture, we can safely count upon a marked im prevement ia our monetary auVtra. TV'c cxpeci then to realize a saving to our county ol or fifty dollars to each And wbea we get this stupendoiiBlenLboIe oiop- will certainly be wilhiii tno we will have taken one long towards agri- cultural io dependence, which if followed up will be the means of enriching our country in a Je gcee almost incredible. Lei ever) jarmer but plant one acre oi Soighum each 5ear, a.nd if successfully manofaotured into sugar 1110- lassea, wiil prevent the necessity of our sending thirty thousand dollars south, purchase our needed supplies, and keep that amount withia the limits of our own county, going about from bouse to boose on Its general and legitimate missions ot good to men. The Eeofcck Gate CiLy has the folio a ing encouraging news tilth regard to ilia rag of Sorghum, ia the value of the crop by tbs amouut in R few counties, we think it entirely safe to say, that over one million of dollars will be saved io tot. State of Iowa tbia year io consequence of tho introduction of the Coioauo cane auioug A million of dollars saved in this way is equal to two millions earned. The production H yet It may be' interesting to tlio friends of tba Jurlington TJaiVBraity not ia atteoduicc, to know that the late Special Meeting of the Board if Trustees and friends of the Institution, held n this city,  oung acid old together, tu cardiogt spinning, aod weaving this cotton out of this home-spun stuff, a and durable to go tlirougb for two or three years, thev clotbe thtsmoelves, uad the surplus the? tarry to nearest town, where the shop keeper buys ic for the use of the population of tbe towus, i tbe boat people on ibe rivers. Of ibis home- spun stuff nine out of ten every human beings in the country it clothed, tbe manufacture van- ing in quality from tbe dungaree to tin finest niCKing, all produced in the tunn house? costing ibe producer little or cothiog be< yond tbe value ot tbe raw material, or rather o the sugar which he exchanged for it, the pro- duce of his own husbitodrj Our nuinufactur ers have enly to cooiempUte for a moment tlu admiiable ecooomy of tbia system, uud, so u its exquisite dove-tailing with tba other parsuitl of tue mflucrt to be saluted, at e. glioce, thit tbey have no chance wbatcrf the competition, as far aa tbc coarser fnbtie; concerned. It Is, perbapa, characterioti China aJooe. of all countries Jo tbe tbat tbe loom to be found m every ed homestead. The people ol all other coun- tries COD lent themselves witb carding and ning, and at tbat point stop short, seudiug the jam to ibe professional weaver to be made into clotb. It U reserved for the thrifty Chinaman to carry the thing act to perfection. not only cards and spins bia cotton, but be weaver it biouelf, with tba help of bis wives dausbters, and farm terrains, aad hardly ever bimKtf to producing for the' mere waota of hid fanuly, but makes it an essential part oi season's operations to produce a cer- uin quaotity of cloth for the supply of the neighboring towns and rirers. "Tbe Fub-kiea farmer ia not thus merely a farmer, but an agriculturalist and manufacturer in oae. He produces thid cloth literally for no- thing, beyond tbe cost of tbe raw material; be producrB it, as Bbown, bia own roof-tree, by tbe hands of his women and farm It costs neither extra laborer extra time. He keepd bio domesitcd spinning acd weaving while bia crops are growing, and after tbey are har- reswd, during rainy weather, when out of door r cannot be pursued. In ml every his body and j wore also badly scaldeil He lived in ngon? till Monday, when death put an end to hit suffering. A hog train of cars on tbci Indiana Cetili R. R broke [trough a bna'ga qetrCambndj on tbc 18th, killing A. J. Smith, cgnduc-or Green, braLeuian, and Newberg, drover. Sisv eral o'.heri injured. TI.e engineer an Grenwa jxunpiag, escaped, tt U said thtt ove 500 hogs were killed. The accident was ioned by taking a rail from the bridge for re erval throughout the year does this model of domestic industry pursue hid calling, .and himself upon something usefai." pf Tbe Page County Herald seys we are auukeo. io giving it credit for an article nead- PrutMr ud repnblisbed by us a few AH right Xr. Herald. MOEE TP.ODBLB Wise lias more business on Iii-i bands .ban Richard Third at the battle of Eoswortb field, and the good of ibfj aucien; Commonwealih secut to be aortt; troubled and haunted 07 viaiona of Aooliuomsis nnd negro msunectionists. JJy f despatch Irom JTorfolk it will be that Eastern sboro IB ic a blaze of exoHomin, oa account ot u report tbat aa cttsmpt is to be made lo morrow to run off negroes to from IS'orth H.itnptou. poor Virginia. Z3f IIJP now expected tbat the II. 4 M. R. R. will be completed Is Mareiiyo, ia lown Co. bj ibe middle of February next. Nf.iRLy Jourth fpun of bridge, at Cliaton, in [his State, hmahed week before last, Tliia catnpletes tin work between Little _Bock Isluud and IWiliov Island. Tt.e masonry 13 nearly done, ibe 11 xi! and last pier being far adranced low-irds torn- p'lBUOB. Tbe DCS Meinea CiLizen of the 15th says that the brick work of ibe new Court Houte isnearl nniabed, and tbe rboTpartially covered. It adds that this building will be au ornament to the c.ty nnd speaiij well for the public spirit of the citizens of Poik county. iia. follotting proceudingH were had at the meeting ,f tbe Agi.cultural OQ Sdturddy last. Tbere wore preseti', the President and iTessrs. Robiosoii, DanJ, Stewart ,nd Lfeffler, Diireciors: I' naa ordered that be paiil to Messrs Gilberts on their lumber bill, out of thi; moiu-y on baad. tbe-laborerg emplojed in improving the Fair G.-ouud', under the direction ol Director eali should bo made on BioevholderB of 20 per cent, ou their stock io meet the in- debtedness for the Fair Ground, due January 1st, installment to be pdiJ Dee. 10th, 1850! The Bourd ordered the President lo rent the grounds, in the interim of upon tlie best Ordered tbat an allowance be ina.de oat of funds on bond ior balance due on purchase of the military cost of the bannt- beinf; and the private subscription Ior OrtiercJ, that I'rcsul.-ni UB if. aecuissarj, in I..J diaurution to miuloy a persnn to collect tlie inatullments due ipou stock. HEKRY W. STARR, 'rcs't igriouhiirai Society of Des iloines Co. Tbe American vote in tbe Stato of New York, hia year, m ebown by tbe difference between lie atraigbt republican or democratic candidates id those of their associates put upon (he merican elected ticket, is or 3000 more aan the repubUcan plurality ia I8S8. Liet the Araericacs polled votes, and in S36 combined majority against ha republicans in 18C8 was Bnd in 1856 and Fillmorft had more than "remoat. Tbe total vote is very large tbia ear, and tbo republicans 8ro proportionally rouscr thau erer before. Tbe Amerietna, hough partially aucccssful in their scheme of lecting democrata to office, arc effectually dis- posed of, so far aj their dbtincl political lofla- It all time. coudition of the alley, it W teamster to throw i mpossible e of my lot, aod'fc'e ;hus "compelled to to set'it outside of my" jnacopen space between the fonce-and planfc- watk of about 4 feet, tbe wood occupying about 2 feet 4.inches of the walk, I immediately cn- ;aged a person to rcmeve tbe same, and at the time the complaint was made the obstruction was removed, if ever it could be called obstruction. I darsbal who came ID formed with thf the Deputy oty arrest, tbat tbe wood was removed, but to no avail. I had" to go, BnU was fined stated. The above are tbe clear facts of tbo caae. As far as I understand the City Ordi- nance relating thereto, I Iniak I was anliiled to reasonable time to remove the same, which was promptly done. By sifting the matter to Uf whole extent, I think it shows a vindictive and lalicious spirit ajrainst one of your citizens, who in bis 9 years residence In your ciiTi neve any intention to violate any law whatever. opine you give-the above a place ii your valuable paper, I remain, Yours, truly, T. B. WEBBER. Burlineton, flov. 22, 1850. For the Hawk-lye, Ma, to day's issue of your paper I find an article from "A giving an account of "tbe late meeting of Trustees and other friends of this held in tb city, when twenty-five individuals subscribed each towards securing to pay off tUe entice indebted aess of ihe University. This is ail correct so far aa it goes. But oni important proposition, made at that meeting X find id tee." raiued, in the statement of "A Trus- Tbe proposition I refer to is this, Prof. Harston wbo hoe, at great cipense of labor, and momiy, d past, made ring a period of invaluable collection of a Xntural History, including a gruat birds, serpents and fialies, OSSOI-OSCHE: for u CooK I On Friday lutj WOT. IXlb, the derb of the Icy Guy" on paaatge of that- jteamer, banded of which we-havej decided tbe subs tan cs. Tbc designed ita t' editorial" columns of thu Iforth [owa causes BCDSition ef no ilia gives a very inter wtmgiacconiij oQ? visit at night'fo'-a- pigeon rooit, t aboatftwojmfle8 soaBt iffilit1" dioary oharaster. la lha-readinK'public of the. GapUiiu Cook, hafl- recently- been convicted of murder and at Uar- per'a Ferry, and that Gov. Willard, .a obedieooe to ihe dictates of hutnanfty respect for tbu1" feelings 'of hia' vrite, Jwhpsn brother Oapt.< Oook is, has attended-the trial, provided able counselrand exerted every'jusH- fiihle moral infiuence, to avert tbe doom wbicb probably awaits his unfortunate may not bo known, nowever, tbat in tbe letter now before us, addressed to tbe ud.tor of thie paper aa an "Indianian and a write B by a gentleman formerly in tbe confi- dence ft distinguished Senator ft there ia a proposition to bring the political character nnd services of Gov. anil tbo aid of tbe Democratic press of tbe West, to bear ou Gov. Wiae'a feelings ot his vanity, tbc comm'itation of Cook's sentence to impri oument for life. Tct auuh is the fact I In exposing a scheme, fraught with n viola- tion of all rigbt and the eternal disgrace of the party witb. which they arc associated, we but follow a line of duty, wbicb, in our opinion, should characterize cverjr couductor of a public journal. This publication is not a breach ol any confidence, repoaed in ua, because, no mnn liaa a right, to approach another with sugges- tions, which if consummated, would burlesque Justice or compromise Self Eeepect; noria that all: The writer of this letter says; "I have seen the press pf Ohio, Indiana anil Illinois, and I am now way to Missouri, Ten- nesssee and Kentacky, to get them to join in aleo." He was jusl returning from Minnesota, where several of the presses had engaged come out next week" in aii BIO we suppose, to the one furnished un, u market copy ot which is to be forwarded to Governor TFiieat Richmond. A secret, if proper m-ift- eeif, when committed to tbe hands of HO many unpledged keepers, ceaaea to impoao the obli- gation of silence, and bence we pay it pect ting a es the monstrous, unheard-of principle of permit- escapefrom liability for crime because variety of ic., gathered fropi different sections of tbi country, aud worth probably at least al- ready engaged before the meeting of tbc tees to sire to the University as his contribu- tion this entire sdleution and so much moru be might be able mcmawhitc to f-ntber, provided the amount specified us necessary to liquidate tbe indebtedness of tbe Institution should all be secured witbin [bo period of the neitsix months. The Board of Trustees before ite ad- journment, encouraged by tbe liberal subscrip- tions already made, nitb tho hope they Would be able to comply witb tbe condition, by vote formally accepted the proposition and pledged themselves to comply with the terms rea aired. SUouU ibis, in Lhc cod, be all performed, and tbe collections of Prof. Mardton pass into the bandi of tbe Uimeraity, this Institution wouid then be In possession of a cabinet of curiosities in the various ilcpanmcnts surpassing any pro-- bably to be fonml in thu West. In conclusion, may I suggest to aaT friends of the University, wbo may desire to, that they impiore an early opportunity to call upon Prol. Marston, who may always be found at tbe CoK lege building or near by, and take a look upon what he has done ami la doing in the Ime of collections in .Natural History, and I doubt not they will be well repaid for their trouble. Tbe Profesor will, wo thinL, take pjeasuni in show- ing MB Museum to any who shall bomir him with a call. Tours, G. J. JOBNSOy. November 23, IS38. QJP' Eitensive prepurationsjure being mide in tbia city, this season, for pork Mcesrs. Sshonck Donisc are fitting up their estaljlidhmetit on Boundary street, mid other parties have the adjacent establish meut. We arc in formed.that the quality of hogs will he much better this season than last. Few have yet been slaugiuercd. Uogfi scarae nnd corn plenty nnd cheap. Tbe consequence will that tboae slaughtered will be well fitted, j of political we publish it lo gi weight of our humble but most empbati demnatiou. The editorial prepared for our paper is the shallowest, and, so far SB we can judge, thi falsest bundle of flattery to Gov. Wise, and ill tempered denunciation of "Black Republican- we have latccr being chargei m mawt wilh a blood-thirsiy desire' to see Cook b'rag, and nll-vha rest saved, so tbat ihi inmieaco of a Dcinouratic Governor may appen tube disregarded, and hostile feelings be pro- Dem ted between (he Kor the nnd Southern and wilt not come forward as early as Jast jear when tbe reverse was true. Thomas U. NoUn was arrestei! i or sells ing goods at auction without license, yesterday, Giisjd andcooUby Jualice Snjdfir. persons who have lost carpenter's tools ulling at, iltc Harsbitl'd office may deme e itiformattou of wlieraabouta. Judgu Win. P. nsiun, the ncftl; ap- pointed Senator from C-ilifornia, was formerly from Clinton county, Iowa, and we believe was rnerabur of tbe Convention that formed the 'onstitutioQ under which Iowa was admitted no tbe Union in 184B. :y I We employ uo hand but tmi te leaQers for tnis paper, but if we did Ji io, some other person than tbe writer of the irlicle referred to, would get them up. Its un- yise appeal to party spirit, and die nlghly color ed picture of WilUrd's batJea in defence Southern would render it inefft tual on Gov. Wise and thu party which it u tempts ta compromise in this great wrong would rise as one man to curse the motive whict prompts the sacrifice oC the holy principles o Justice on the shrine of Political Ambition. Bu the'subject is not n pleasant one, and we for- bear to speak pf it in tho terms which its erirni nality demands. "We do Dot wish, nor do we believe the mtiss of our people desire to see any of these wicicli executed, nor have n-u seen in any Eepublicai paper an expression five-ring tha death of Cook and the release of Brown aud die others. Not' withstanding their lives are all "justly forfeit tt tbe we have urged with what, ability w re cnteilai the profoundost A brief olb'cial inter- course with him, while !ie was President of the Indiana Senate, euablea us to credit Inn; wit kindlier of heart. We ardently hope tbat tl brother of bis calimabla wife may be spared th felon; but ft duty higher than t( oblipations of friendship, compels ud to sav, tbu nenhsr vbc Governor of nor the mi exulted of popular servuuts, should attempt I of justice by ettch meang PS those which we havu briefly adverted. Hull wns PH doned m consideration of ihe eminent nai services of his patriotic nephew, Capt. Hull, the Constitution. Tliis was a preeedeoc of ever t us character, and ooe nh see folloired but when a ommand ihv nasUtftnii eh we mere politi- f tha press gf Benjamin Bilger, for drunkenness -tleily conduct yesterday morning, was fined by Justice Snyder three dollars and costs, bich he paid und wus diauharged. ins Jlitubell, A Ureraan in the the D. .t M. S. Railroad, wa ems rested by tlic Marshal, yesterday, and taken lefore Justioe charged with slue jotting Joth to tlio value of oue hundred ifiy dolUrs, some time in the year 18ii7. Tee attenduui circum'-tauced tending to cnm- mate Mitchell are ad follows: In 1857 Mr. Charles Ilenuiie, of this city, shipped btiliiug cloth of tbo value mentioned to Faiiheld by rdilioiid, and it never reached ttte party to whom I was consigned, acd it is presumed nas stolen )n tho road. A watch has been kept (or the detection of tiie thief, and until recently with- it succefls. A days since lliiehell sola ne yards of boiling cloth ut a store ia Fain- idd at one fourth tbi; usual price, and euspi- and the remaining pieces found and recognucd by ilr. Ueudrie a part of the cloth seal by lici to I'airlield la 1857. Mitcheil wait-eel aa esrmination, stuting tbat ie had received ths cluth man who has inue removed to Missouri, ic of a lebt, aud required time to procure tbe accessary mnt-sses. ile gave bonds in lor liis icarancii at the uext term ol tbe District Conrt. The Jasper County Press of the I7th sajs that n Tueadj.y night of ktt weed, lire. John W_ Jrown, of DCS iloines Township, in that county, Te-eutetl her husband with three hniuJsoine bildrcn ai one niae-. ;en mid a half pounds, or aa average of sij 3d a half pounds. The mother children doing well and getting along finely. Gen. died verj euddenSy at Dumtrels- iwn, Pu., on WecineBday. It appears that he a very large wart ou one of hia htnd.t, und induced by some one to cut it out, unil ap- urtcrnu to destroy the roots. He upplicd iliu poison on jlondaj' alter buviug cm out the wari. Tbc cut being very deep, tbe poison communicaied with tha leading arteries, aud ho was destroyed by it. The company of Old Folks who gave a Con- cert in tbis city not long since, bitve diibanded. An exchange eays tbac the cause was said to be the jealousy which arose among the Jadiea of tho troupe, A new company is to be formed, conaiBliug of Jenny and tbe Hall Bro- thers. Tho State Board of Education will assemble in the Senate Chamber iu Dee lloinea on Mon- ly the Bth of December. A wcddiDC io bonk-atock-and-bond-raortgage- Ilfe took piMCc in St. Louia laflt week. Tha groom, James Wtiue is tbe oldest non if Col. Fred. Kunuctt, and the bride Utaa Helen nieofi of Col. John O'Fallon. Tlia limit Ues and relatioua of the wedded pair ore said (a H liut to Assist bijp in doing violence to that law which ia tbo protection of the humble us well as of the how long" will it be before we must meet iht> damning charge that the price of crime is fealty to p-vrty What Jteimbjlcans ITIuM Do. The New York Tribune is discoursing of the work to be doou before 1860, says: What U urgently aeeded to ia ally aa follows: 1. The formation in every county, at the :ounly aeat or some equally commanding loca- Kepubhcan G.nnpaign Club, componed i are Triiling to work Tat a Republ If there is a Jive county cora- n, of a of all wb umph in m'ttee, let tlat in nil IBO thirds of the county pommiuees, wberc practically exist, aro dead as J Caspar. A live club at every county seat I dispensable, unit it be formed at Let its hooka be open to al! wbo will join, but, Jut au executive committee be cliosen of men wbo will certainly pun heirt and brain into tb wcrk. 2. Tbc moment such a coramiticc is constitu teO, let of it set to work, by cor reepondence and personal visi: the foimailon of siimS'ar clubs in every tow.i ship and village of the county and at the coi ty seats of tbe counties, 3' Let each county club employ, as soon may be, n competent and trustworthy agent -Hilary, to traverse the county, urging tbe ft lation of kindred clubs; and Make arrangements at once Vieli the bcs ifKHiesmilIioni of birda ibere conpregated wtfich'Jitoraily equftiled tho roar of Kiagnra BfltHtfe sigfata and sooads that greeted us as There were probably a luindretlihutiters as Republican journals, giving the preference Lo thofie of your own county, f respective sheets for tl t potmblo eush price. Le ...I? ing the! QS ycnr at tin ness of each club, and the special duty of the county agent or actuary, to get a good "Bepubh paper subscribe J and paid for by every par n m the county wbo csa bo induced to tak' one. Have spocioiens of nil the journals a hand, and let every man tiiU tbat which he pro fere, but try to strengthen the local journals na much aa passibje. Of ooursa no mean eouducted by editors of anqueaui ability, intelligence und lutegi uy t moss .Republican journals are. To circu- any others is to damage seriously tbe c you desire to promote. Bbt, havjng proc' Kpecimens uf the best, let a united, B jet en effort be promptly made to put one laodd of every voter who can be induced to any lowest cash price lor u. Aud if there bo mo wbo, by reason of some i'rovidencia stion, is unable to pay, be sure that he has a copy supplied him without charge, and is tbank ed for taking ic. 5. Let the county club open a correspondence once with your Member of Congrcse, if gambled aud at if he is not, then with thu Repub- i- who next neareai; nnd have furnish. Don't ask him to pity (or them out of his own pucftct, but eeud him a few dollars to cover tbe cost of paper arid will gUuly dob.apart of the work for But, even though you ohould be too poor, or loo mean, to pay for the send him A man turned Uotin baa been Ronvicted in CUy county, III., of murder In the second de- gree, by causing the death of n blind boy by neglect and starvation, and sentenced'to flve years imprisonment in tlie pemtcntlary. The facts disclosed were revolting in tho extreme The poor boy was put In an out-house, nnd made to starve and freeze to death, covered with raea and vermin! Roan ia wealthy and paid bis counsel a thousand dollars. Ho took a ctmogc ef venue from Jasper in- dicted hut sprinc. 'A pouion of tbe jury were i A lor tbo DMrl, a were A molioa for a trial. iShiilU U rotendTliemnt. Mr. of the Ne. York Hordd, relr.o his tr.de libel Weod o epta the ise ivera divided. into parties- of notnoro than two- or. threi Taiharaekaf and eomo'io "8hot -Ja' Uie-l3ii8he8Kthei bira! and settledtoti the trees ivnd roue in ama t wlien fired urxjn.tbere, riiey flew to the bush ea. This obuugingIconlJDuedtall nigliL- A a single shot, tbe' flock always rose and; flew a short distance, to Bottle or to be fired upon again.  uglo call tc fight the conimou Ibu. TUote ia1 >ut ono ortwo.couraes io and atand.iip tt> the regulation' and drill, or and fight as a partisan or uerrilla. HudeToryanti-alOToryHiattJn the I North marched up to (hi reoraitiog gtation sgrand army pf therepulili- NEWSPAPER! hafl WkC11 tho Utica. My only sorrow IB tbat bo did ottt go there at an earlier What sane not has he ever Ho hiw system against which -ho bne driven his most v'igo'rouB uiiaoults. Sotting up bis own stand- ard, of rigbt and forgetting that naked indi united .action, followers patiently into the hostile camp, and wnero he sboald'h ave caused defeat' A member OLJ Congress during tlio' struggle on the Kansas and-Nebraska bill, he leaves his seat nod goes bleep, cause it was a Used to-be in bed by 10 o'clock at night t There aro three, conditions in whicli _a man can liavo such VfolJy or inebriation.' The second is the most kindly chosen to the subject and tbe circle of friends.-, L Jn thia could- name half a dozen, others whose beads should be shaved for Junacy, even if they arc1 not sent to the> nearest Jicdlom. A fanatio i.ni half fool, bufc'with'enough of method to be kept from a KctrcatJ wapgcd it Hbelbua tongue at'a public lecture weeK, agninBt men whose sound ecnie is as much iibovo his fine fantasies as strong meshes of fiber ureabore attenuated cobwbbs Theirs is a mere abstractpervcrsneas. They muse in und tnnpe in seclusion, and waste the energy of efficient smtion in the most' worthiest duy of practicable and iwpnhbihle tlicorics. WiLhout.ii pnrlicle of or au upuroacli to personal courage, ther glir up se-- duion and strife, antl insurrection and outbreak; leaving their victims to the jail HUG" the gibbet, while they go on flpinmngtbe tarend of their absnnl lanciea and dredming of us, anch ns hve in the reaAm of iu Brown, itifro-will be keeu'syra- patby and kind regret. Simucn ID hie own bouseliold, wiUi hia hearth Alone nnd lintels sprinkled with thtr blood of his own chililren sons sleeping in bloody cerements nnd it rfuughs ter made a maniac bj these aceues ol horror; he must be more or SPSS than a man vlio Ooee aot respect liis gnel nnd cundfinBHtion of bia acts. Tue feelings ol a fai-lior, filled witfi the love of his 01 n flesh and blood, plend against the etcrn jueticc thn.1 would invoke ibe Uw nnd vengBance on tiio wrong. Who of least those of ud w bo believe io doing, and not waste ow lives in eternal have run nod less Uie dues ol hoarded vengeance Limn be y And wbo of us, even of tried nave borne ourselves with ns much Spartan aiernness nud Hainan LeUhcui Lang him If they will. Rude and rough aa he is, and nmd ns WHS gjihpina, his person and his at- tempts liiite thesliiap of heroism and tho senl of clnvfllrj. Place him as posterity may, the Uause sought by urring palbe and purFued" through ways ol treason aud bloodshed, will sauoLiry his nume and slied n living lustra upon a life scared by sorrow and closed in violence. Is Virginia tranquil V Cuii ihe morning bit-. ters now bo taken in safely Cape Charles, and the mid day julep be sucked in sereniiy nt Cum- berland Gap? hoe cafcus and hominy be baked boiled under vjce of tliu palil- archnl and the flff tree of human cattle rearing? On Cuficoand descendants of African princess nod American presidents, with ibe less d-siingtiishod crossings of senators, representedvep and sent, without disaster, to the sharp competition o.f Cliurlestou and CbuftreB atreeoS'Jt so, ibe Nation may fold its bands to elumbty; copper cents muy again be contributed lo tuo Wash- ington monuineut; Mi. Everett may paed the liaij'ortbo Itvst inaUiMment oa MountVcrnou; aad George Washington Park Curtis's mulntio children etui be ''held to service" "for a cotiaid- nt some eligible pluntation, anywhere Irom the Iloanoke to the Red River. The Fear of Servile Insurrection Among1 Women- iTosiaTi Quincy, Jr., of Boston, in a lecture aelivercd at Providonce on the 16th of Ko- vem her, said: "We do not realize the constant anxiety in which so many of our citizens perpetually arc. More thn.ii forty years ago John Ran dolph said, in one of his speeches, "the night never tolls for fire in cbo mother does not grasp its infant closer to her that fear sbill exists. A Jady of my family travelled in the in tenor of Virginia just after the massacre committed by the eliivos ot Southampton. She was received with true Virginia hospitality, everything bore the Appearance of vicaUli and Vr.mcjuiliy In a family of a mother and five j'oung whose beautyjand refinement ahed a charm over tlio home which they adorned, ]tseem ed to he Lhoabpde of happiness. Uutappear ances are deceitful. Tho lady of the house confided her real feeJiags to her guest All her husband's property consisted of slaves on tho plantation. These sho was ready to aliandtiB if oho and her daughters could only live in llio Northern States, and support themselves by the labor of their hande. This easily accounted for by theecenes through which she had just passed. The news of the insurrection had occn received, but'a few vhite men belonged to tho place, and she vraa left alone, surrounded by slaves with no male protector. Sho fortified tht house and armed her daughters with rifles determined, jl resistance nnavailiog, tt destroy [hem with her own hand and set lire to the building, and escup'o by death n fate more to be dreaded. Bha reuinined i'or manj hours in this position, and when at length i "I on co iioard a Soul hero gentlemen Jaugh at the idea of being afraid of slaves, bu shortly after, when tpeakiog of another sub ject, ho told me be never went to bed in Im lifu without a pair of loaded pistols under big pillow. Whon we read of the diatribes o eoinc gentlemen from the South, we are ap to be provoked and forgefc how iniinv thou sands of womeu and children live in conetan and (LiiJy fear Prenticana. If the Northern Abolitionists do not think it wrong to steal our alavcs because they are meOj they will perhaps recognize tho fac that na negroes are the descendants of Ham it islarcony to appropriate other people's Ba con. _ Tbo Neiv England papers ore appealing to Virginia, not to hang Old Brown. But she will bang bim. Jn her game with the Abo- litionists, that will be her "drop card." We road of an editor at the East, win Vfentintnuxstac.es over somefcose thathe saw on a clotbes line. Vfe wonder bow ho have felt if be bad seen tho handles to tboiu Journal. WHAT is AN ip an individim who reads newspapers, writes articles on n.1 sets type reads proof, works atprcas foKEs and packs jobs, runs oi X saws workb m tho garden to all wbo call, receives blame foi many things ke never did, works From 4 a. in. to 10 p, in. and never collects hall' his debts. Who does not wish to bo an odito TnniLLiso MIH'AC LOUSJ.Y SAVKD yitoJi THKHIULK DsAin.__As ban ilreudy beoo HUteii, last Monday morning utiou elevpu o'clock, the new suspension bridge spuuuiug Lbc Scioto juat above eonduL'UCd a tbis place with ihe Ohio, waa ui) derm ine J aoi prosintted by tho force of the That morning nt an early hour, Mr. B, B. Cas- 'siily, and two oiliur citizens of tbia plnoo crosse Lhc biidpj in a bupgy, on a hunting espodiliou They ivaro out in ilnj woods nil day und had no lioard of tbc full of tlio briilgo. They returns n tho evening uiid arrived iitthe croefcingnfa'r dark. A Bpao of :ho bridga reacbing from the shore out over a portion of the riFer still re- mained, us it bad been left bv Uie (structure m u-o. The Imniore, all m fine spir- s. ol dnngey, Htarieii over liiu The driver the hui-se tet- aomo dif-iutiui', HIM] tiie luimiu] The poor lnoie adt'anui'd u au'p Or ;o aud agaiu stoppud. The driver got out, and to liis horror llie bridge gono, and Lbo horse's head projecting orei' tlie yaivu- us .Tucy were on tho very brink of dcatbl Another Bton forward would tuve plunged thorn down iato Uie Icaglng where the waters ruabed ISko a raco horso to tbo Ohio JPonamouth Tribune, Htu.. Tlio Galena Advertiser says; "A few daya ago gcu Uemtiti nnmod Porter, who wns supposed hU I'rienda lo ,bo long since dead, raturnei] at oioellent liealtlrto Suvcrql 'cars ho went to Oallfornia, from there knatmlln, friends beard frora Jiim or three, ycurs, supposed him to bo deud, cau- eJ leitora of aJinmiEiriitioii to- be Uken ud tlio ProbuLo Court, was ol opQuidorable All cue proooedicga re ,vold', of course, unices It IB proven by com- eient vritneHxes that Porter ia not In-progresa' to ralse'a fund for io education of two of John Browii's t Ida lolioal'af -Theodore la Ktglea- ood, New Jeney. TELEGHAPHiC. 2a- of recent tbo aufgesdOD ,inidB to tbe H Quar- ter; be tikw with view at entWJBfi Into with ''-_ StytinjtQr tbfi men, Tbo fealurca of tbia ar- being to treat offences committed on cither aide of the Bio Grande. AH agtinst the tried and punished According to the Uvra of tbc countrj in which mny be y r T Jfor. John agebt of "SMkett, DAVJA it Co., fiboctirig himself In the heart ycsKnUy. Had entrnatca'R box 'of Jewelry of the value of; three tbouPBDd, dollars, m aj colored porter carryr-to 'office of Draper, Tiffin fc Tho box not being WM auppoaed to bo stoidn, thc-police being to recov- er, jt.. Before committinp the deed 'he wrous, letter [o mother ot ployers Bnd, tfr. Arnold recovered tbo boxihU, 'it'nafing left by miaulce at jewelry eBtabllohmcDt on Market street. He was single, and 28 of age.-' j St. Louifl, Nor, S2. The overland Express last night brought patches fro'io the British Consul at San Francisco tO'Lorrf.Lyous at Washington, and a ctttion-fraokcd by Gen. Scott, to tho coiummid- lug officer The "British had withdrawn their naval forcei from Sun Juan, with the exception 'of Ibe steamor Sattcliie, Tho Amoniau af ibe 3rd that Ewcn left Fort Uuchanan for tbc under iua'truc'liona the Secretury of War to call on 'Gen. Pedquira, and 'protest in the name of the U. S. Government against' the' ex- pulsion of Capt. Stowo's party, or the American citizens from that State. The- Arizonian also learns tbat Peequira bu' recently eipressed strong denires for the forma- tion cf Emtgration lo induce ft gen- eral immigration into Sonoru. CbaHestown, Nov. 21. Tho excitement of Saturday has subsided and no euepitiOuB parties have yet been discovered. Governor Wise has letters from intclligcut-and responsible parties North and Wets', assuring him of the organization of for the res- cue of tho prisoners. The presence of the litnrj has reeiorcd coaSdcucc and in the public mind. The milita'y are preparing an encampment. The Governor will rcti to Richmond to-morrow. We liuve Cavalry, Artillery and Infjniry to encounter a small army of It ia rumored that Governor Whe has receiv- ed a despatch from Governor CbtSf, of Ohio, informinj; him that a large body of men, num- bering from 600 to are arming for ft res- cue, under John Brown, jr., aod nil! undoubted- ly start for Chirlestown. Governor Wine 15 said to have replied tbct if he {Chase} uliovred them lo cross the line, he would enter proceed- ings agaiiifit bim on the cbot-RC of trenEon. A despatch was nleo reueived on Saturday from United States Mursbul Johnson, of Ohio, stating tbat from 600 to men were meet- ing for rescue in that Stale, under John Brown, Jr., Commander, New York, Nor. 22. The Republican Convention last nighi nomN nated Geo. Opdiku lor Mayor. Kew Orleans', Nov. SI. The tiJoop of war Saratoga, from PcDeacolo, baa arrived below aod is watching for filibus- Private advices from Brownsville :o Ihe 18tb coutiim the news by tbe Arizona. ilemphis, Kov. 21. The etcamboit Lucy Holcomb, bound from Memphis to New Orleans, with bjlos oF cotton, euiik on Saturday ncnr Udena. The boat wilt probably be n total Mobile, Xov. 22. The schooner Mary Clinton, from Ycra. Cruz on the IHli, has arrived. It wns reported that ilirumon had joined Mar- qucsa nnd both had fled from tbe country on board a British steamer, Ltliing with tuetu the two millions in specie, whereupon Mtnnnon'a army had pronounced in fnf or of Souui Anno. Albany, Nov. 21. The first morigage bondholders of the Erit Railroad having applied to the Comptroller of ihe Sinie to advertise and sell ihe road for llio non-payment of interest, the Comptroller has placed the matter in the hands of the Attorney General who will proceed under the act of IS-tS, to aell the road with, nit tho appucte- aauces, Baltimore, Nov. 21. The report of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- road presented lo-dcy ittgihe Annual Meeting of 'he stockholders is highly fnvoraMe, showing a decrease ou the expenses lor the year, off and an jacroflae in the net carinoga o Bufrlo, Xov, 11, None of the prize h'shtcrs have yet been ar- raigned though the nananls have issued. Horrisoy wttb here on Situidny. engaged Hon. Kli Cool: ae his York. MursliBl Johnson, of Ohio, port of hie Imviiig tent a relative to the rescue of John Broi id U.i'D Cleveland, Xor. 22. LATEM FHO: Canada, arrived lo-alghi, It is Mscrttd that Brftkfc i conneated to- (ctirr Urn Congress tor tbe aettleneni culty, and that comptewiy on' the'bwii "Ii la vapaftly'rcported in Mlfc in bit Victor won with regard- to- ,p of tbe t has betrayed by her and :hat would bold a people ceeding. The Eutcrn Southampton. Hon. Cbarlra Sncrmer Is unjonir dm by vhe Canada. Anew eteamabip bat Uen ordcn Cooard .Company, WB, j Great activity prcvkila at lo the preparation of material JrSS (eoee aad for tbe Tlie JorlificatioQi at tahi forthwith, and scrernl ttrwctcd, re' -Geneva, will, ft id stated, B Frinco CoriffiMiL Mj tnlitt part ID it. It in aMcrtcd bo to mate the Count CaToor t Dietatorabip of one of Central Italy. compietelt tat basis of a CongrcM mtll be hi All tbtt ia official Liverpool 'fa hare to tifn Ifce inditis belicvtd it Us Paris correspondent of that it rumored Hm wJJST1? tweeothe King of Sardinia not very Hatiifictory. The Uutt nt ttiaL ia bia declaration that, IiaJy Loi been i end that he should put at ttahndif i revolution whereupon Victor Eonnnel that it' ho did to, there wac no alletn to cioploy force against him. It in stated that tbe American Bbip V with TOO Blares had eluded the English on the Const of Africa, and got out to I The Vicuntt correspondent of tbe Hi it is ccruia the titaciavj (Austrian OoTcmment wtU have to mth etons to Hungary it not far distant. Nov. the reopening Wii_ Opurua noiny dcmonstroilon took plutUtl Briuauds continue io the Yeoetlan Several persons have been nrreatcd icl by Hungarian eoldicra for ditiribuiing I tionaryprtute. Florence, Sov. tleciicus in (t ctpalities of Florence and other pliceiij mine Led without any result, almoK iUtfodtt-1 having abstained from voting. Tbc Kational bus two coaroltd for the 7ili of .November, Oaier Pache, who was lately llie government of Bagdad, is cot IQ Constantinople, another place being bts abode. Late dates from ine Com the Aiucrfcau ship Jleiujthitt, had escaped all the cruisers and Thirty-six vcsaela wera expected on Ht eta for of slavea for the United Sutti Tbe 0. S. atcamers Mrstic and S from Monrovia on tbc 12th October for Cm Palmer. Korfolk, SoV.a A special meenengtr bus arrived iron Ktti Hampton, on tbeJEnaifcra Shoro of volume era, it haviup been ascertained tbuu Rttcmpt ia to be made on Friday, UJ vtiieslaivca to Canada. NasbviIU, Tenn., Nor.jj, Mr. Kiistmnn, senior editor of tbe Cmociii American, died this a.m, o Jobu .CLtrleitc nation t of s now pin, CHI tred it die can bat, a t eiciltmect pn- Xlic I-'rckiiloiatal Y iFrora tho N. V. An attempt has been made topuitbt ttuu palij of Government mutes at Camp Roji, 'u the light oi' n legitimate commercial tnouctioi by giving out thut the inuics wore in coii'litiou end dying fcht. Tklt, bonnr, proves (o be mafmucb as itih period of tho tin- iiidiEpoecd fKolwiaqsa lion Imd fully recovered from the fon'gue the initrch, and wcro UK plu d eletk, tcj ump ao fractious us any in' the United Sutu ot llie adjacctit. itlantU, TLih ptaritj Mr. HolUiJay, the fortunate purctilK Tlie schooner Victoria, i report hcvmg liai grater number of the animate, buiioc been brought Emo court, and tibe moles were bold bucjuie it found tbitiit expense of keeping oim ywtrte-rcdi hHTe reached the KtupeniJou? gum of however, Imppcnc, unlockily foroerrw- yesterday, o! i Nov. arrived Ji( withia COO yards c stfamur broken the _.. __________ t Gusboro, U. S. The iloscripilon of iho eck ia PHI d to answer ihtu of the Cunnrd steamer Delu, runnfiiK between Burmuda. Bali- nnd St. Johns, She left St. ou day for New FoundJund. H is not likely ibnt the Imd ninny enters. Jfopes urc niitcr- tuined thatult were eavud. Boston, Nov. Isaac F. Sbepard ivas arraignvd to-dny be- before the Superior Court uti (our indiet- nienss him with the forgery of promis- sory cotPM. He au eiamiattiou and vfas committed Tor trinl Thu eiioe manufactory ef ilbctl Uuiuprey in East Weymouili was bui nt ibis loss eting at the Troniont Temple on Sat- 000. The urday evening collected upward of 5-400 for tho Imtefit of John BroVs Inmily. There-was a heavy fait of soon- last jiiglu at ellow's F. b Bellow's Falls. Bongor, Jfov. a mill oJ Theoplnlas and tae Frankfort Mills ut this place were dea- trojed.by liro to in- sured. Charlestonn, Va., Xor 22. Yesterday was spent ia a grand military rade nnd reriew by Gor. Wise. During the af- Governor and bis stalf had n long interview-with the condemned. Tlte Governor urged upom them ihe uecesrity of foi' death, as the sentence of the Court would be earned out without aoy interference on his part. Brown declared himself prepared to die. He justified hie course, only regretting hid error in not letting tlio tram paes without Interrup- tion. Cook said be was willing to bo bh'ot, but always had a great repugnance to hanging. Gov. Wise said that Ooppee was the only one' tbut he hud ever; thought of commuting, but he had now determined to hang them all. The Governor yesterday received a from tLe Governor of South Carolina, tendering him any amount of military aid iu delence ol Virginia. Mr. rep'ied by vli411 hint; liira for the offer, nnd ascurinfr the Gov. thut ia tvus able to defend herself. Tho Richmond were all ordered to return home yesterday, but the people, pro tested against a couroc, declaring tbut if there was any ufcesaitp for them Is come, ihut necewitT etill exiett-d. Finally Gov. .Wiwj ordered tno Kichuiond Compauies to remain, aiti) also the Petersburg Artillery. Several of the llicbmond cainpauics snirted for home this morning und others Hill go to-morrow. Gov. and stafrieft thiB morning. He Uprated itje intcn- tian of liariog one UiotiHHiid military present on the duj oi euecduon. Curlible, Pa., Xov. 22 Over 100 students have robellud at Dickinson CollcKO on aecouiU 01 the suspension sf ilm Sen- ior class. i rnal oflieo named morning intentiuio e Miloou inidtr the H fiiippOFe'd he bad utiou proved -'.otj.ud rob- .irf nlicraljou. X tlitt jietfie'.T-.uori A compositor in tliu Jo Win. Siniloj, vug found tltje leading to ill where it Suijx-tiu- ni iuvt'Mir bed. i chit) llitS- Yl'l Ott.UIlifd ol tbia deed. GOT. Wise and St..ft tti-u tn-m MuitDine wttu Col. Col. lUiboui; oi thu Ar, aioty. Tno- Govei-nvr states ilrat hag made prousion to protouttthe prisoners.. ,IIe BO doubt uf u d i'U! mi iiu'd jib d thuunjughly organ- jjjed movcmoat Uio and Weslom Statca to rtttiM ttiown, esliibits a number ot' .letters Irom ptirtlos in Pennsylvania, Ol.lo und Vork, u.gmg him to be prepared 'for parties fornjlng Jn4thosp States. The go io lUrtlnsburg to-night, and Smiili, of the Virginia Military huti- tute, with the cadets nnd ordered o CbacIaBtowQ. Governor Wise will'return to itlchtnond tO'tuorrotr., _, Tbo stCRmship sailed from Liv. on tU6 Oth, wua tho'wKck'paMOd by the nchooner Victoria on Monday Sho was >roken doroBM on the Joseph1 'torb. gue wtBt asuoro on tho 21st inat! men wenlott. Collecting b idoffto tbegari dddedblaute. T od the thrilling j alocel Lee, bog4 401! nch Beer io thia COQHOUil t  which it was estinHted U would cost totav.ui the nninials of all both at Fort and Camp Floyd, horses, faclusUt tiDRibcring in all for one whole ytm time. This latt attempt at broken doa-u nutter nnferttUj, the these retuirknbie btifli M not to one wortl more about tbe tion. When tlie Government and ite intuit between them continue to conaumEie very profimVe job, tbe least ctn iti uottotry and blind ,'thu public to its retlu- turo. Such as thu itienoctR not to be met witb every day. Ur. 3olWii, tbebnjer, has made to a thing of it, n think he owes it to Secretary Fiord net tcfr predate tbc Tulue of ihe favor he'hai cnjajtf while in respect to Mr, Floyd, the seller, tk public hnsthown so dating and it U IM bud lo be now trying to make it whole thing was done for the goad oUtwjta- pic. Impudence is nlwaju bet impudent attempts to irapOfc oc oae's b-'tefwh ors, or to steal away from (h< cwoit their generous good natures, are past raoce. The Liportc (lud.) Union was killed in that jjUce !ist drunken father lying on it-in bed. Jw ottto waa not at home to tulve care uf it, IiAfincbHE driven by the violcnoe of husb4El BAIRP.lr Her enil umpbsuv. lity on the eveulDC of November 19. KJ.IZ.V A. wife of Ur. JOSSPEK waa Uiat of the ClirlslUo, FALL TRADE Books Stationerf At No. 30 Jeflferson St .Itction not be fepubtican trtni evetj -iJ ntophsh ihial HM Rny'M 10U Datic, Or IMW Cup WtlUl -600 teller 8W) Note '100 Cap i U'rnpiiltiv HolUWall ;3esido8, a Xarg-e Assortmcstof j and. 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