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   Civilian And Gazette Weekly (Newspaper) - May 22, 1860, Galveston, Texas                                VOL. XXHL GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 186  A CO. ralCI OS �USeCSlrTKiN Wneklj per annus....................      |3 W ......IX not paid willuii t'r uiomhj   4 UU Uaily per annua........................V) 00 Cunimercialperanasue.................... 3 ou ,    = yostnuslers remitttaf tiro dolUn ar.J fiflv cetiUfor i qT each hItum nbecrrber, will be eiit.ibsJ u, ihe oilier ' fifty- MDti for commissions. SATSS OS ADVEaTlSlKO -J'or a atnglaeqnare often Use*, or leas, tl fur 11;j flnt .       tad SO cents attlttoaal fcr web rabaenueot insertion '^sA liberal deauctianadna vearlj advertisements, �aJ yi those who advertise bf the quarter or year Arrival �f tftvt 8toUMM� MRXie*, ft ESDAV, MAI  is, f We are indebted .New Orleans papers. to J,, lseo. Llnre C Lyeead, lady 4 3 ctUsirao, Miaa Fiuner, i Steel, Mrs Steven, aa* osugfcnr, Mn L eos, Miss McConael, I" 0 Harrison and lady. fcpf The Ble�mer Alice, Cap'.. T. 1'eacockv arrived this morning, from Liberty, with L".''i bales cotton lad the following passengers : Mr Van Pradelles., Mrs Crane, .1 E l>e Blanc. .N Shields, J Taylor, Duble, Murphy, Redman, Pavne, Deaaon, Best, Leonard, Straight, Walton, Btnbbs,-T J Chambers- 3 on deck. The steanabip-Mexioo W. H. Talbot,from N. Orleans, arrived last night with the following passengers W MUa veoa, aliss McConael, 10 Hanieaoand lady, M Hevelle and lady, airs ateCawlay, Mia* Has-sej, Miss Magtfe CSuaajJaga, Miss Baaumont, li Beaumont, ft S fWr, Steel and son, i C Scott, W J McLean, � E A vent, 3 i Moore, A McLaoghlio, H C Miller. P S Miller, W 0 Gram, Tracer Bobinaou, I D Tram*, Q W Webb, W H Sdrington,!- 8 Elliott. J i feather, J Converse, Walkfosbawandchild-10 oo deck. lB]N�ria\Ht fr&m llexic*. BHI U.I ANT VICTORY  "iw Orleass. - (In Saturday, the 12th, the cars of the Texas and New Orleans a;r line of railroad arrived at Liberty from Beaumont. Our informant states that ii, a vary  hort time the road will be in good working ,-r.ler and that iu all probability a iarge an,-�.int , : tramv will pass over the road. � hurl la bit Institutions. inrre is hardly anything tbarci-utrit.it..--much to the public distinction of a people i city a.- those noble institution? do. that aii-erected by the ricb_and well to do, voluuu: ii v lor the benefit of those who stand in nec-i o: a-tostance during titnca of sickness, i r � hen n.i--i r'.iae uverukea them, tiverv cuy and luivn .li ur.-at liruaiu isornameuted with institutions � ! tti- description, Some fur medical, pecuniary. . ; raucaiiuua! purposes, and the^e institutions -�unii, i well fad to contribute largely towarj- o,.;.un,r: u[i of the importance of a -Lca'.iSy � - 1!,l- . ,Libit' and g.Rid iutentr,:i3 of a p-.->> oie   Lui unleR-H these places l>e rich.th- mey iiecome, ma v:-rv >i; i.ine, a � .r�r t�ii..-t tlan a tiessnij; j.. '.lr.-e o.irm-s �-l.      ii,,i..|ta�> Lave  It- i i  r.-.r ".-ekinit b-.iiesth the r'wf.    Where .,  [.....pie de- 1 - ii.iw i-.n intenti'-u 1'. d>- - a;-'.l,.;^' !�'! i:.e t,x'.;e!i(  if those who are i-.--- titii.miI:- \u '.I.e.: -tru^-felt'- fir jjain,   it   bell    e- tl,-.- 1'res- anil aii ii(-.,d i it..'ens to render ew-ry .1-1- -t o . -in carrying otil the object cr-nU-mjiUted We feel pleased in belSlf( able Lj il-\e -:. toe content' o! a oircular wtoch ha- iat.-ivt' uie ;..-jde! ...I   II, li. r, an.1 Hi doill^  -.'He  \v,lhl,,,ld i-'.uiiiient, rattier than risk .-[iodine tlir tx-autv �t the ^pir^ winch prompted it- ctiiiuj.- ml" ei.-ieiiL-e.   The circular runs thus : A meeting of ladies of tbe city of tialvesluu was held at the Methodist Church, on Tuesday, ibr lith .March, l&ou, to consider the importance of, and take steps lor, the eHtablisiA^pnt of a Ladies' Bethel Society. Tbe meeting was opened with praver In lh-\. J  M Wesson. Tiev. Mr, McUla.shou, Secretary oi the Amer-,caii Seamen's Triend Society, ad.lr-iv--ed the meeting ,V form ol coustitulsou was read and it waa :t-.vjiveci to tt.j-ui a Ladies' Bethel Society for '.be city .5 3*~ j �yiih it, we shall not annex it: tboiiifti for general ctjnaHltation.ln the meantime (ieu.J   re - ^ciawer for thai.   I'.ut ilu-oniy -c,,,.-, o as Minister j which ueserves the uaiiie i- i!.....lijovn.-niof protniats a more vig-1 virinous happiness by ratioiul u-ing-, onl iil(lllM!l�si|�ll|il JU iiastaocootita^also, Gen. j among the purest sources of this enjoyment i.� Ptfattkift, lbs flmillfigmw (ll Clip f w n i uu bi> ' the investigation and discovery of truth. To war to 8�n Luis, to take command !� person, j such investigation and discovery an arctic v,.y-Auiong the [las.-engers by the Rtel.-on are age o(>ens a wide field.   The ijuestiou, itself, of l^f The I'. S mail steamer Island r,n, Captain (.'has. Blukeui.ui. arrived this inolu-iug from iloubUiii withiiul bale- coii.-n and tli,-following passengers : Salhist. Fort, Bell, Sallust, Furstuer, Scion. Waters, Hollingsworth, Burlage, Compton, M Cain, Farmer, Mathews, Hawkins and 2 brothers J B Saunders, C H Abber, H K White, Baums, Mims, Nelms, W V Wheeler, J B Sbaw, Jones and lady, R H McN'au and lady, Mrs Goode, Mrs Hankes, S B Brush and ladv, H 1! Lee and lady, Mrs H.Stile, Miss Hawkins, W I) Hawkins and lady, W H Scott, R Hanna, G Parker, an. Cage, Sam Allen.  * Memfhis, 1'k.nn., Jfifi 11, linn.     tu- wurid is halt darkened with cros.se-. .       . , i -Though I }*oiuised      to     Whose burdens are weighing them dow : j ... . !:_K( .i    i      1 Thev croak of. their stars and ill usage, .nnu-t any ot the usual aght diet, m tl� shape |   Aml ^ jn ^ ^ for � of editorial coi rrspondeoce, an the reader during j Wuv talk to tbe wind of thy fortune the present hasty lour, * day's detsation here. 1   n- - �>'��--��        ..... nod tlie lutecium of political discussions, bave induce,! me to jcvoU- an hour to the inexorable jieii. ui,o-c unwilliug and relielhous  vasal I have I'.Ul' Ik-cii. Tiit- ne.< - co the results, if any, of the Cha; ies- tou t -nvciition and Semi-(JoDveutions, have doob'ies.- appearwi in the Civilian before this ,   . , leti-i.   No one is surprised at tbe denouement, : *"'"! w�" fnr the dribbles of fori I    W hen there's somethiug that these Or clutch at distinction and goid 1 i If thou canst not reach high on the la.1,1 j   Thou canst steady its base by thy hold, i \ For the liower, though hid in tbe cornrr. i   Will as faultlessly finish ihs bloom. Will reach for a sparkle of sunshine, That clouds have not dared t" coosuu.-. Aud wouldst thou be leas than a flower With thought, and a brain, aD.d a hard :i,an.I M Brv The Arctic I-ixpe r. Hayes is not ask ing us to bear these hardships and brave thox dangers.   He is not calling ns to leave our comfortable homes, our temperate latttiules, out warm houses and anthracite hres.   He a.-k.- u-ouly, while we are enjoying these luiurien, ti assist him in his attempt to go and struggle with the rolling glaciers and the icy blasts ,,: j the pole.   The danger, however, is probablv I less than we suppose,   of twenlv-eight  . i I thirty expeditions to the js.lar regions, one ..nlv ' has proved wholly disaa|pius.   M.i-i of th.-.i j contributed something to the disioven  ;,| ,; north-west passage, which was Iinaiiy .i.wiu i j pltshed by McClnre.   One or tuo y,t..,v, | been crushed, five ..r six abandoned, mo.-i ,.- 1 Vent -h.oveJ, tiniiece--a|-ilv � bn: with the exception of the gallant Franklin and ' his untortuinite con-.[-:-.uy, tew tiaye peri-ln-Ll m i the can-.-: .in i men may perish auv wheie, m . any can-.-.   The lir.-t tune 1 cn.-.-ed the littl.- ! The brig K. H. Hopkiu.-, from  New 1 York, arrived this morning to Messrs. Hen IU-v \ A I'.. Maoamk Ansa Bishop.-This lady gave a fareweU cpneert at the Casino Hall last evening, ll was well attended. Mr. F. Ruilolphsen loot a very prominent part in the proceedings, ll.- ,.- a giRxl singer, and received rejieat erii v, '1 ICed Land Express, pviblish,ii and ed*it-l 1,v A. D. McCutchan, Fisq., i>t San Augustine, Texas, is " shi-et which is, if we mistake not, calculated lo i�- ,f considerable benefit to the locality w her.- it is published. The sheet is well edited, and the mechanical department seems' to be VV jli atlell.led to. his part ^vention was received here last night; and ere-e'�!,,vrt ated no sensation. Tbe result did not surprise the writer. Many thought that au expression ..I preference for (ien. Houston would be given ; .taiefs- hot he is no friend of Conventions, or Convcn-. matter ' l.on- ot'hnn.   With the people he has strength "ur but !�.- forte is not in packing delegations and . -:.-- ,.i   i!;v , img .-t,oi!s. This �- National, i'onstitutionni There is food to be won from the fun.,-.*. And foresu that wait to be hewn . There is marble untouched by the chi-ei Days that break on the forehead ..f June. Will thou let the plow rest in the furrow I'libuilded a home or a hail Nor bid the stooes*wake from theo And fret, as if fretting were ..!! � (io. learn of the blossom and ant-hill There's something thv labor must giv-* : Light the beacon that pierces the tempest, Strike the clod from thy footing and live. Live-not trail with thy face in the dross h tn the track of the brainless and prtuid . Lilt the cerements away from thv- maul.   -: ThoiT'r! robbing the dead of a shroud I       THVHSDA Y, .HAY 17, ISCO. i l�T We are .udeoted ! t!i.- purser "'. the ; Un/abi I,.r iate hii ,-r- l�f~ The .-Leauk-r .iwan. lapl. T. I'eic-ntk, ' arrived thi- morning, from Liberty, wllh lfi.t baies cotton and the h-llowing passengers -('apt McKee, Rusaell, Cubley, J Smith, Quick, . Crosamau, Wheat, May, Wesiterlage, Cade. fJ)/~ The bart I. [>  Carver, at New \ ork. � rejx.rts . Mav 1 -j�.ke brig Soutii. Sticknev, from New York for Galveston, had bven on firr tw.dav- ;.reTi.us   lo~i all fore and aft sail-, igalievanl ,,ne aiiober - threw � v,-rl> ..ir-l *l7'. � ' -:lrgo   needt-i no assistance. lr�f~ The pop.i'iali- 11 of Tela.-, it est.mated to the best informed, Will be- t'-OUJlOO   including i i..onn slaves, according to the coming censu- i -orios i ok Mixtv". - The Segniii Mercurv -a;, - that severs! wagon- ha\..- recently passe.l '.i.i ugh that place iadei, w ifh cotton for Mexic- irrirai of tke s(�.M�r Orizaba. fc�r The L . Mail steamsnip Oniaba, H ; - | tire ts#~ i lie Texas Watchman says that sever*. hundred head ���  Spanish slock have passed through that n.a.e  lir.ng Ihe pdslWeeK. t�.uf,J i'iace C Lumander, from New Orleans, arrived this Thursday morning with the following -.vassengers MrsSvdu�rA ch^d, Ca-iseite A lady, Mrs Murrv, fsorley 4 lady, Miss Good in, Mrs Urqu-hart, Mrs Wheeler, Miss Saunders, Wilder A ladv, Mis-s WiUler. Sampaou A 11 children. Hum pbrus 4 lady, Thigpeu i lady, Simuey 4 lailv, Si. -sers  Rihv. Cox, Ostrandtr, Shaw. Sulli--. .in, Ju-t.ce, LoraiDe 4 bro.. Tompkins A bro. itearee 4 friend. Wuod: Toatkins. Amet, Hack.   .4!:4-�irakfnit A son, Carroll, McGte, Kerr, Palter -on. l'owers, Frank, Dihgrvove. Ferguson, De : i^ar^.., Verde, Hildreth. Whitel! A br..., Ijiaaro, (Cob   ,      A Jackson. Whiteas, Litfeimore, Flower-. :^   , Humphries, ( aivert, Keese. Drew Nells, Dunn. 4!, . ;i-ant A 3 bn;.s.. Baptist, Kay. Moore. Duncan.  ,,i   t:..i - iiu.ming, At. 'hor, Ile^l, Jubb*, Stratt, -, li.'.. ; WiJl ' 1    v       . Col-"Hill, and 1 t ..11 deck ;,    a>, . I.ATKR FROM ElROPK. Ai. ui THE STEAMSHIP.- ��   . .'.Mi CANADIAN l.UFKOVEHKNX l>   I'tll'KO 1 i:k Lioi'i � pulaUoii      i^': article lieade-1 � They are :n- [leople   l>�il .!. year" our j'.r.-* as th..--  ; ebb    : ;�� ;-..ial I r�- lnuil ilv llisu r roc tl oil uud t niu, It Vout li rru I in l > . There ar;1 words and pens to U- wdel i.-.i. There are thoughts that must die it c.-.i Wouldst tbou saunter and pine amid r. Or sepulchre dreams that are deu-i No-drag thy hope to the pyre-Dreams dead from the-ashes will rise Look not down upon earth for its shadow Then- is sunlight for thee in ihe .-tie- 1 rightful Accident Id Carolina. i! !     I'i bad in. .-Id ell- with, the c!a KO I'll Cell!! -* 1; i ] tC \\ e leal nod from a friend yesterday eville, that the crops in that quarter niniisiug, and that the farmers golden hiirve-t. Business is .'li,: the lela.ier- ol dry i'.*-!-.   �'. the eieiiicc, m -no-l fortunate ci.ii i.sI.ilc", wh.-u � f ihe Democracy are u. be dealt nven'.ioti which meet- to act 11 j - -1. f such men as John .Ml^au, \S'ui. I C. Rives.and F.dwa^ Bates, has about us strong 1 claim- u[n�n I'.epublicau a,- 1 Jetiiociatic v..te-, i liionch we regard Edward Fvvrelt, \S in. Snar- ke,V, John .1. Cillt.-ndeli, aud  -oileotbels VolrJ I lor. a.-, I.ke Gen. Houston, free li- -m the taint ..I Ueputlic.irii-iii.   It i- due io Gen. Houston lo -j.v that be   lia.!,  iu   advance,   a-ked  that  hill one  should  not   gu  ivfore  the   Convention. 1 Wno ie|ireseiite.| Texas in that tidy 1 have not se.-n or heard,    i have no time to day to trace! J the pol.l.Cal alile.edeul- of the nominees.    The i in., V eillellt,   ho,lever   hopeless  ol    siicce--   al !,:e-,-ut, iT-.lt,,>  importul.l re-ult^.    Beil n,ev, i .i- example, carrv hi.- owe Slal.-, and il i-lli ', . :::j.o--:ble that the ticked II.IV -ncc.-ed in - -u. � ..f the tree Slates, though it is not pTob-ahi--.       -.-  -i-aicclv   think   lie-  [noTe;ii.-n 1  ,n .lea-.' - the   chailCe-   of   throwing   tin-   tleelli.n 1 lie Sumter Watchman, extra, of the , th, dugs to us -v.me further particulars of the de frightf-fl accident al li. ykin's mill |K,nd, ar Camden S. C, by winch twenty-seven n.-cent children were in a moment hurr.i-1 I a u ater ' Ou S ! company grave     The W. -ays iturday   morning last, a mpose-d of young  lad ilcnieii, children and parents, iett th in Camden f,r a day of recreative p'. amusenient at Bovkin's mili j-'iid, miles this side of that place, and up .lad.     The.-c wele   ;,:;;,- 1 ,.-l !...i and i in '.:�.-. New V  rs. le dad a ui-.-rtitig a- :: that'the  it.eef.- a any .flirlu.lli ;. .-. ur t-'lli  r.il    llll, lll^'. 11; Uftit  arriving I   r: V i l . i.i11-   VI rail. ili, of tht from siderable -A riatbo tune previ. tKMid f igot. .ii... - -J. lonninc a ; d of Considerable  -io- 'lis, t>*eii built and pi.u-� purix'ses of pleasure.   A eidav   iii.,1 a ITa io, gmcmi wiamimiiii,       iuu men Axnodia has sacceeded Parte*rroyo of W ar, tn ^-idcVoffica. be protaiaes Major Johu Fisher, of the Fourth Artillery, and ('apt. Jesus de la Garza, of the Tatnaiilipas Cavalry, and aosiaSr-adtuiaut of the commander in chief's stafl. Their special mission, we understand to be, the purchase of arms and ammunition for the vigorou- campaign already opened so auspiciously. �. This coiisbtiit. annual meet ing, Lv , ...i-aitit-:- nre-ent ii:- auy th'e an open Polar Sea, has been pronounced bv IVofessor Bache, ' the great geographicai quc--Ikun of the day.' Thti physical g�otrraptiT t.t land and water in this region-the arctic Fauna and Flora-the tides, the oceanic currents, the glaciers, the magnetic and auroral phenomena, tiie ethnological relations of the northernmost uninhabited regions ; these are all ticlds of enquiry, iu which a rich harvest of facts i- vet to U' rea[ved. Aud whenever we have reached a fact ill* the boundless domain of enquiry, iv ,-have grasped a link in that train of truth which binds all nature to the throne of the Supreme. No newer of man can break ;t n.. i.ie-;.b' predict how far, how high it iii.iv- guide in-. I: mav be a fact established on alpine .-t-iniuil-. ,-i in the depths of cheerless mines ; the leieso .pi-may bring it down from the highest heaven-, the sounding lead may draw it from the bottom of tbe sea : tVe thoughtful spirit may evolve it Proceeding* of Congress. In,m u,e jamost chambers of its ovvucoii.-cioii-. Washington, May 12 -The five bills provid-1 tiess ; in whatsoever region, from the equan-r I.. ing for the organization of Territorial Govera- j the tvole, it may be revealed to the observing mstits iu Arizona, Chippewa, Dacutah, Idaho : eye or the reasoning mind, it is a page in thai and Nevada were laid on the table of tbe House;  Elder Scripture writ by Gods own hand. of Representatives yesterday on account of each ------* -   �----    -- ol them containing an anti-slavery proviso. The Senate v-esterday confirmed the apjioint-nient of Hon. Calhoun Benbam. as District Attorney for the State of California. Latest from Washington. HKCFI'TIOM   Ol   THE E.HBAVS\. -  -     .    - Washington, May 12. -The steamer Philadelphia, fitted up for the puqioae, has been dispatched to tiampton Roads for Ihe puriK'se of bringing the Japanese Embassy to ibis city, now momentarily expected in the Roanoke, t:..m New- York. li.ii:. iv ,1- - I'-i-ir-v Mill   Hist., sli-atiL'er. w Citl.'el,'.   1!. check iv as Williams   : ' ii.- \ktT-    tlljt   '!!,     'uv .,, ., ,!j   ,-:ih's, a.** T-l-->".       I'rv.--iiit-i;! Wimw.i;! �s ilh .in\i;-l y unJ 1.- ,       -tiiljiiug  i tiu- Ijiokt;h [>art> ^;  If,.- ('hur '. � [--ii ('"uv-'nti-'ti, .itui 'Au- at'lu'ii >�i lli-- Kc� ;     �v    , � ! ivMii- .11 t'li \c.ilt>  jn*ci i> im-if   h � Mtixi-   >'-ii-'ii-|    We vv     itiitl d 1 **v% v. v 11i>,; . xi.A a   '.. . ir'M !I'e      I 'r-.ilmiilihe reader rt-iiit-uiberi        .iiitvJVr* vli.*  v;.kk\ (,ld Hai-tiM.   who,  -ii iMtT ihe l,i.--ti..:i '�ritfii.^l v submitted t" hitii bv a hr.'Lli- .-11 at!! thirty ur more embarked upon this boat, inU-uJ.ng '�� over and around the puiid.    These chiefly of young ladies, there beinc 1,.;'. a v'ient number ef gentlemen, a-vv.i- -ct.; io manage the boat and atf-rl ,-:.i;i�-.. protrc'ion fdr the ladies. Thev hail been o,d -om,- iftnc   -.. t ^ �: the Celjtle of [he llotld, when   Ine 1>r-il -IIAk'      This excited. Ultle ol tl-. tr'Vr-.        . '-upj-.-e,l ihal a sjieedv citroafcci c-. jell.-cled. All was life and -p.rd ad w-.-! and happiness 1 S.-d, d wa- perce, �. ed t[., | gres',   pre--lire  id  th-   i.-al   lit   u the   -lit j coii-e.juence ot" the numlier it c .riLaiii^-d puncturing its t-'ttotn, and that tiie veate J nuikmg  it-  way lu-nie.     Now the .-xciu j began.     In a few moment-  -he began 1.. 1 Wheu this was seen, and the fact that -he ! not be moved became too apparent, the t became trightful uidfvd.     Id.e wdd.-t.: ! m.-nt and fear Seemed to se..-.  everv heart I but lew, if any, were .-utli.ient v l.dh-ci ieuable them to  employ [heir erf.-rl- for r. � adv aillageoii-lv.     tu a tew inoHe-nt-  a. .-auk. when the -ceti    mav       :,e!t..;    n tlian desCriU-1 1 � !Vrcing cries an 1 -hi ,. and ,-:.-[ : b th irom iho-e on shore and tho-- ..n , l.-i l.iu.ite boal tiile,! [hoa;e. S.st-r- and ; the I - . pa renl - and children, 1 ei.lt 1 v,-- and ' r ; a !..-,- h-ai !- acre t--.Hid n.cother  ( , . , est and de.il.--l of e.irlhlv tie-, and and: ,:-llhe  w.iriue-t  and   lio-t '.en i.-r atl'.-.d-'. there    s 'lue   n the  dl^.iu   b .at  an !  - �:: Am. : the The Mr. Mr. ei, v, Ift-ttier'tie fc"SSi !Pp|aTfiiiking i.Hirv viian wa-g,Hnl fhr him, prayed that if it were so his ap-iK-ute f,.r liquor miffht be taken awav.aad thus !f!!jrevv the re-].onsibili'v from his own con--cieftce. The late agitation m tbe jiolitical water-, ihe inn ...iu.-lion of bitter elements, the des-ti o. tioiT or obscuration of old material-, and the geiieral dis|K.sition toa^ndulge m the conii'laltit f that the lamb had muddied the ll; taut th. t I, to., .;.n.''.i.iiac. . nig letter, without signature, bus b--i uv tile >ecrctarv of file 'I n-o-iiri, s-UU. which amount ha- U-n l.q. � i rea-'.-.r-. ..f the I'nited Stales ' Au , id .-..idler of 111", wli.. wa-ov the governiiient. and receiv-ed a . it-'u arre- . t laDd, ha- some doubt vv o l.e served biteeii davs, which was i the  iaWl, as   i  hay--  uudof-1. Kivl. � ucioae tti- vv.thiu n:r..-.int .1 $_'un 1 :--.5ed of th,- warrant.   'Ainu   2', Hit  OF.li! Ml-IUl       1 he !' 1    -i ::.,' >.,., .: .: passage islaken  Iroui Tin.ot.-.v in  n. Preaching .iiiou Popular Proverb-' i :,e bo.iy is to die : ao m.ich ,- , .-t-.u. .    \\ i . ea bey ,e ;     No ,.ne who pa - - - : :,l , :. n: m .   audary c Uies back lo tell.    1 he .ma. .i.at � .s:t- the realms of shadow - -cid  ' it 1 :� - in s-., ,ud  a   d it.e soul over lit.- .- rest vvsle l.dt w.ngs if vv..y w.-attlv l.,;.k     c!   .-, iral ,n its beak a.- a token of cue-:,       : -.ad lbe cl .selv binding hoi iz-.n     1 to f. ;u�ciine- and goes m heaven, v\-t l.i.-ail  ecref of the etherial wilderness   11..- ci,-nioon cleaves her nigbtlv pats-age toro--.ipper vleep, but tosse-,c,er board no in.---, and display nosifnai-     I h  li uie u t to Sena lor Hell. I'iiii v i-t.i I'll i v. Mav 12   Senator Bell an iv ed .n 11.i- citv ve-tcr.lai. ni: i  was selenadisi last 't ,.pp sin- .hi-hotel wa- Jen-ely E.NuVV ISO TOO Ml . II Memphis  p.l["Ts ihe   !, 11 wan who knew to., much During the admim-iran sou, there was singular ployed iu the public -en Hi- name w as ll. . he vv a son of a widow, a n.-ighl-which account the oi 1 he for him, and al We  li.ld ill one .d :iec lou- gh!   Th, VI-   11,. 'I tlie dl the n: s,'rei:H,le commenced balcony and address-, i-t el..quent and pat- Uibliaulii'h from .llexirtt. d!i'..,r.o., Mav 12.. Dispatches received I.ane sav that a special mes-. i i.ed at the city of \ era Cruz ot Meiico, and announces that i. oernnient had accepted the ':n.-'d troiiosed bv the (tor-id. ! -t 1 Vranee, excepting, .- di and lehgi'iis tol- Mii. i-i i. ! li. Illterio � oii|i> fur i inh. .ii   .ietachllli n-pai tnient to i:.e tuirpo-e , � I th. lit-1 exilic lo ( uu u^o (on v lUlliin. !:.   1 haver  and �   -i.l.-tii.iU'- for -C .iivention t -I.--, sr.- in-true I'HIK 1 I IMM.v Ol ( IlM.lllAS, I i 111 ii r ) lluml * I h ro iig Ii t li e 11 i, e r 11   Tell Horlev. v, hose eye- w years sab^ d.e. -li.ckeij  eyes ,-p ;! dirirf meanest i- that he ut. >k- c closed iu their la d   with   i aplllte ,u   her a smile o! iLietfabh- y . - -..hied ii.-t a trmmt.ha Vele   past   .-J.cech,   al,d   . v .-ion that enthrall, d l, � Sn-CKMS.   It,- very -'.! auge. strauge, that a man gains more en.-each stride that he makes m mio.-.-s Had be remained upon a level w ith i 1 of his-calumniators, the probabil tv would never bare provoked their enmity . I when be commenced to rise u[vou the men'. raspBDoed effort and masterly energy, ihe or... om he ler* behind loined in a loud ch.-rn-he-.   ' The  vei v  fact ..f h.s their head.- con.-t tut.-i iiim a their calumnies.   \\*e may notice thi-of things whenever we may chucse to In rnercaiitile life, where ihe honesl to-er has become rewarded with attiuence for yi-ai -uf pantnt iadostry, we shall hear those who envy, without the spirit to emulate him, ca.-t reflectians upon his honor, aud question the le gitimacy of a success so great and so coveted. Vet it may Ua thateverv act uf his life will 1-ear tbe cloaeet scrutiny.   If a truly talented and studious lawyer and physician attains to em. oence, h* is pronounced a quack, or a toady, or i something worse, by those who have neither j the mental calibre or fiieduess of purpose t.. I tarry them over the same path. With how much ' truth has ll been said that Uier� is no sin ot which a mm can be guilty, no unkindness, do iiieannass to his fellows, which excites so much j indignation among bis contemporaries, friends and neighbors, as his success.  Jhis is the one unpardonable crime which reasosHMnnot defend, nor humanity mitigate.    The man whose pan more glowingly describes that which is feeoiy represented by another , ihe one who enunciates truth such as some oue else is unacquainted with, and gnus auditors, where another fails ; one who devotes his every energy to productive labor and resps the greater reward ; in short, he who thrives as others do not, comprimies, in bis aingle person, in the opinion of those whom be has surpassed, all the evils that can be summed in one grand total.   They may not always Ueooim.ss, openly, the successful man, but, were inscription* upon their hearts translated they w.iiiid all read, " Crucify him', cruci- ln U.e lh-l.se ol lie nd 1. - making appro-n of the military road Met ic, wa- pa-s- bill pi ut Idiug id  through lbe i bust ,r. th� .chiller is "aj be a perma-Y rt Cc'inr-.! Part. dig'., dl '1 end-TV . Meumtlii], ixiid specie for Europe. Sew Vokk, Mav 12.   The steamship New loik sailed from this i>ort to-day for Smthamp-;..n, taking .ml $aU0,uuu in specie on freight. The steamship City of Manchester also sailed i day Tor Liverpool, ria Queens town, uking cid $21 "1,01)11    sp,.'cie on freight LATER FHU.n HAYAMA. AilKlVAh DK STKAMBR STAK 01' THE WEST later from Central A South America and Key West. The U. S. majl steamship Star of the West, ("apt. MrGowan, from New York via Havana, reached her wharf at an early hour this moru-lug. Tht ."itar of the Wesl left New York al 12 M. ihe Hd inst., and made Havana the afternoon of i the 8th, which port she again left at lu'clock the following morniug, Wednesday, the Vth inst. The California news has, of course, been anticipated by the overland express. Geeeral Cuban Neii-i, Tbe news of the capture of the slaver Wildfire created considerable excitement at Havana. The name of the captain ii supposed to be Faul-roptt mate's, Hutchinson. The officers and! crew numbered twenty-three in all. Tbe bark was five years old, Hal) Ions burthen, and rated A. M. 2 The celebrated murder trial at Havana terminated in Ihe conviction of Eulogio Prado, a Sicilion, Doroteo Valdes and Cefarioo Cardenas, who were sentenced to die by the garote. Zamora and Palma, implicated in the same affair, were banished forever from the island, and sentenced to ten years' imprisonment in Africa. The estates of the five Were likewise mulcted ii tbe sum or JIO.OOO for tbe benefit of the family of the deceased, Senor Agvieros. Tbe weather at Havana was extremely warm, but the health of tbe city and port was good. Havaia sugar market. The market ruled very quiet, and showed but Utile change. i ol  President Jack ung gentleman em e at  \\ a.-hington. -from Tennessee, th ot [he President, oi . had a ki:i I (t\ ling | u out ..r hi- diffi,-til - i , ties with -ome ,d the higher officials, l..w(,..tii hN singular iiitcrierence- were di-ta-iiui. !    Among oilier th.ng- i! i- -a. 1  ,,: tt.at | while he wa- employed in the Gen-rMl  1', |0ffi*, ouolic occa.sion he ho 1 toc.pv a Idt.�;� , t ! Major H., a high officer, di ati-w ,-r ;., ; cation made by an old Eiidleinaii ,n \ dgca   i 1 eliusvlvania for  the e-tabii-hm.-nt    [   t   '.  c, p.,st-o'fiiee.   The wrilei ,.f tf,,- i, ti , ,. -i ! classical language : in tin- letter !..- i th.- ,. I plioatioa could not be granted, m ,-,.n.r,oi,e,l... of the ap[>licants " jiroyiiuit v " t., m,. : t.ei th.-e W hen the letter came int.. G-. hand- n, cqv. being a great stickler for plain.-ie... ; - dn-r.-.i "proximity" to "nearness t,. " il, .,r || observed il, and asked G why he had dter.-.l io-letterr Why, replied (>., bees u.e 1 d n't ih..,k the man would understand Willi Vol. 111,'Hi. by proximity. Weil, said Major 11.. trv him, put in the "proximity" again. In a few days a letter was ieCe.ved iron, me applicant, in which he very indignantly sai I  "That Ijis father bad fought for liberty' in the first and he himself in the second war ot independence, an t he would like to have the name of ihe scoundrel who brought the charge of pronmuv or anv Hang else wrong against him?" " There," said ii., "did I not say so ?" G. carried his improvement- so far that Mr. Barry, the Postmaster-General, said to him, "i do not want Von here any longer, you kn.c.v to., much." Poor '(>. went Tint, but In- old friend, the General, again g"i him another place This time it's, idea- underwent a change. He was ..tie dav verv busy writing, when a suauger calling ,n. asked him where the I'atrUl Ullice a as "Id li't klloH.' said G. "('ail Vol: tell me VV lierc the    lie.is.Hi    1'e p>dl ill.'Ill i- , '  said ttie .tranter "N . -adG. "Nor the Pivsidei.i'.. house'.'" "No " The-ti inirer tinilly a.kel h.ni if he knew- where the Capitol w-�- * N ," 10 plie.i (i.    " Do you  l,lr in   W Hshmgt !,.   .,; said the stranger. ^-u. -a.di�. G.....I Lord! and don't know where the I'ni.ni Dth-e, for theI Treasury, President's house and Capitol sr.- : Wash-!" Stranger," said G, "I vv as turn.- 1 ,d ,.i the Post-OfBce for knowing too much. 1 don't mean to offend iu that way again. 1 am paid f..i keeping this book. I believe I do know that much : but if you find me knowing any thing more v..u may take my head." "(--! morning," -aid the stranger. le :b ,.l,. id live p. lldlloli   [oUJl silpjKJsed. -e. neatly t] I which  mav b. j the i..,mai. 111 jquarl, ,;,.:,, burglar- '...oi; ! Curn 'ii-!,v , and i -ti i.cte.l oat! Oltle benches. . It .tail d w Hi ...lid .1 I the heels I were un.i i those win 11 1*1 the rat ii'-i a a tiie I.-, lace. Hinted ly s. might ,v i-h : vv ardh- al  hi -! -.   The t wide, ranged -eats, it , among [ -ton of! rnbri  ol j ' ii \ t-rv si v c 'ii- j :'   >� 'ii- ! .    They : :�. bsrtit? �>t   the -'.rt-iiiii. evcu al.ive tie pUee 'vvher.- I dnukiui;, unifht seenr to adaiomsh >.-r rt-tirinp ami �iuiet htbtts. who l.m-eseh.-w cw!, that individual cmrAift,*-U-r,t pr.miiited by the greatest Hbstiueiu the present troubled waters of'polilics. Wi-w [he [tresent   uld \k-e i'roii. i-i llM, ��t- th.- The boat   >etiXi   U ........-  * ttiebosKin t>! Uie waL-r. tniddled ["^ether, i i-ii a u-i.-r. Thi* water is >\tpj)�(St-.i I.* ha a,l>out tw.-iity feet iu depth. Thu.- [hp-pether, one clmpinir to the otta-r \s :th t which Iwlot.^.-* ciily to those ili   r.-^ciie the  i.tdse- -r ! s;iv;- them.**eives. �    Kfl'irts t" r.->i'i:e ;lie U-.lit.-s �: :!..-   : ; nste dniwued  were immed;AU-iy i Some \v,-re Uteri from the water. Ou.^-r ! tvt U- ��u. 1.   The rl'.Xrd pKU^ ul the {".i, Vi but the Uxiv "f w.iter  >vrf d w t-re ...The writer bepan      hsaibU j i^^^r of a eenlurv th iv-"- /r uuh ['ami nut :-ilt | f "i eiii.tri in'in hi- {�>>t wutild be Vflrv -.'pp^i-tune Hut fiilirr '.:ie U-.-Le t'-ir politic*! dlsctiaaif'u^ hit not U-rn removed, or -V1 desire to deny that h lis- h.t.i .uiv lot i muddying the wuter- i stp-np upon !j {M.litiejil t'iireer & ba.- held the ! miti! li-tw. whe!i''Vt-ILi.-iiiu: ttk.-M th- ,m i ii.irtieuiir i .ilv tiHt'h lulj!' f: 'u-piunem �[<- and Vf-t r. i.pr Uu rnii th, h io in:,. I.I-s ol U* iDi- rein i .tie to rrje eluud.-i haie Uiuik-n proim-e to lh \A\' rji, wlorh 1- wo p.- -p-(U . til v. ear. d-el- 1 ii t l'. that a couple oi ii    t.>   Hi,   i iillun. :  W .,   1 : VA .....ll... a : h'" '111 Hi Ii   r   i nub prov :de-l with alt ,1  1 r o 111 1 1 v e I pi! o 1 . .- � �'" are p; -,, tiiat or . lierth- I .lim!-.'- lull made for -1 ctive {-'III..11 ich will lie Slltli'.' , that lit.inber ..I ihe alter pait ,-t 1- .untied. I:..- :� :.- . . 1 for emigrant-. Cost of ihe vessel a ,., ! The masts, of Which U.ere ight iron of most beautiful w 1 'oiuiaught i v e - - I  I   1II   .  v,   toil.   Idol.'! 1 I-Id . :   d.   Thai  organ iiatioii Ih-publiL-aiihja^s again gathe. �u hordes, li.�ettie barbarian- *t. of four thoiisin 1 :. already pn.v.ded w di, n.achinery, and at the i.n.e bad. I|o less thkll three tboii-j Messr-i. Palmer, be; bioi h t other paddle-wheel -leamei . ii- alulot equal ,i nieils .1.-. .io-..,, , to be named it.e l.e.n-di a slate ,.1 tor w ar.lui-. i .Cciip,ed ab nit nine rn. id!.-,a, and during d a Ibo'dsand w ttiat wall- R.' -eelll- to be i., ab  ut leader-and the dlV,ai' V i-t 1 ,v a-'not ai, I :.. v ! co. cl .m.i 111: t! Dr.11        J2"' w'f'K''-:v,i"e..,4 banners, ^JQ of liiiena .,1, inc.- ri.r d - iKiaut chai ge-� nation ; bat ft! unity, linn ,. ,1. see "f "tneii in the rank-Lee ,�- ..ell as the -lave Stab--, t di 1    r lall tonelb.-r f.c   ':,.-;[ 1 11 1 1 1' a i AJi . II V K STRSlSbTh or -.Ml i� "n 4 1 -  Id' llEPb BI id AN- IS thi' K|gl .- :;ou.eo' u.e doiithern paprTstalk asvth1 North woi- R'-j-ubbcaii. an: that the Den there  bad  become * mere hauiful iu point ol I nunil^-i.   'Ihe disunionists especially this sort of language,    i'..    I.vv h baseies- it .-. iv,- a tat ie -'. -rem"    �: :': ,- t c:.-    c   -.     . rOlUt Ol alkie in 1 lb,i,k t Waits ealj �1 r It. " fine-i  C" M 1 lis penitentiary two years and a half a very light punishment considering the tacts ot the case -a leniency enlitely unaccountable,..nlv ip..n the supposition that money is extremely -ciree .:>. Comal, and that even counterfeit .-oin would !�� considered better than none. From all accounts il was fortunate that U ,-.-e men were arrested assmvu as thev were, a-1, on. the reputation which follow,..! ih,-ui from ih.- North, the operations won! �veil- reason 1 have been that thi'. ii'.    of d-d or a [hat iUl.ie.1 iiosts, . in the debat-nite bv ! Is. Ks j elap-e.l . whell all I of Mi -I tile li Mr.  S, then w as a Uher-x aim - THK AliGLOltekatk L'Al.Lall H IKUEMil1 Win*. The process of hardening wood proposed by Messrs. Lepage ii Co., consists in obtaining, by agglomeration, agglutination, pressure, moulding while hot and by cooling   a new produce composed of sawdust and albumen, which has been styled hardened was�l.   This process depends essentially upou lbe use of sawdust and | eeteiin,; 1,1. ..;.,re. discovered ihat albumen ; but while these elements are particu- , board .ll tin- w ml, �� . tiiat  h.,.1 :,. larly designated as the fundamental ingredients j'"'irde.I 110 an 1 -helve- aci - of this compound, tbe idea is not intended t., he, nation he .li-o'i ere.l 1), ,i u t,, : b- :, ; 11. � I   1! conveyed, that it is impossible to mix mineral. U|dthat 1 .-...il ..t .-.u!> ,.t it-,, ui i,,,.., 1,.. ,, vegetable, or metallic iiowders with sawdu-i. ed nil., a > audv U-x. but on u,g 1.. ine .1.ininne ol to mingle with the albumen, or eveu to sub-, �l the p 'i>er it did not ignite, but bm :.t n c m stiiute for it, otber similar agglutnants, such 1 siderable cav ilv 111 the UMtou.   1 inr l.,v i.-i.ir,. as gelatinos, glues, and slbnminous salts    "   | going out. The details of the process will clearly display ' This second attempt aroused 1 lie rduon- :.. , the importance ol tms discovery :      " j determination to ferret out t.'ie inceudiarr.   A I    As ihe base of this compound, sawdust i.. meeting was railed, ami every nuu waa requir- 1 used, and for au agglutinent, pure albumen, ex-1 vd to slab- uu-'.ef ...ith. U-f.re a eouiuiiu.....f traded fmm eggs or bh�id, etc. The agglftme-' thtve, a� t.. hi- vh.-r.-iU ut- .1, th,- n eht ,, ration is effected by Uking the raw material,! question. sawdusl,either alone or mingled with vegetable, 1   Failing tn elicit mi. iuf..riuaii,,ii bv this means metallic, or any mineral powders whatever, ami a squad of four men left al steeping it in pure albumen, somewhat diluted River and proceeded down on m- ,1-1.-1.1. and rendered slightly liquid bv (he addition .-.f aminmg netro quarter-.   Ai the pUut.t water.   This albuminous powder is then sub-: Mr- Gw- Lampkiii'.-, thev lounl in the poises .  ..1! age -ilppllevl lbe ,. �niv Was. not ovei w hell r  and   the   Icdlan   id, �� ... , deariv won. - \ Una, vv Uh his eaiinl d.-.Kl -ed,   like Woll ,- fall's idea, advanced an t.tri-luced   into   ihe   So c nel .die. A tii in -land bv ,;i the Cincinnati platfoim. ,r m.'iia!. even without a plat- aid   adadl   feit the   Ki-pubb- ". :i  'ban 600, and in Rhode Isl ,    .    ...      1      -1   1       1.   S._r 1 lkni.^,1. h.c. i, si Little her dependent upou the .- dd /hsnties of the I Uemocrats hsve just revirtutionit-i worid. The sister of the ifafortBdSae widow is !fr'7'np 1W0 majority for that bct-i, also au inmate of ".ha Lee count* (Iowa) poor : 1 PK,'r !!1*ck Hepublicani-m 1, aba house.    '   1 1 uh inn liii|. Iln ilia(i|l)li 1 niiililii 11  New England. of this wunian, this boisterous hypacrite is con Mr. Geo. Lampkiii .-, tiiev 1.uni I in Ine posses-  suntly praiing about his charity to fce runaway jected to pressure until dry, by meanaofahe- sioii ot ,.u>-,.f hi-negr.ie- -undry articles  niggers that he lakes tn and protects, and exult draulic press, or some other like contrivance. ! ��� weremissini? trom Mr. Scott �  ,lr* lenie.1   i,lgiT pniolanns that the hnngrvJihaU.never be When moulded, this process is accomplished | QJr knowladge of the affair, until tu- ihei denial  i,lrDVd awav emptv from the phUajPtropic di�rs in steel moulds, into which just wi much of the 1 w�s use"*8*, when be ackmiwledgitl that he was , ul ms home.   This generous amlfH^sUin man albuminous powder is put as will, npnn com. j lbe author of the deed, and his motive was re- j is too great to smile or look upon tSffoor objects 611 them, allowing no deficiency or ' ""Sv*    He is now m jail awaiting bis trial at ! relat.sl 10 him bv theties of isorisai�|Uinitv    T. There has lieeu a aiugular c iniciden, attenditig the sLalues of Messr.-. Calh.-in sler. and Clay.    Mr   Calhoun's s'.aice. tor Cliarlesb'in was iosl in a shipwreck preaason, excess of material. Tbe heat of tbe moulds is kept at tbe proper height by means of red-hot bars cfiroa, placed around ami in contact with them. As soon as tbe moulding is completed, the moulds are cooled by immersion in water, or by pouring wateT upon them. It U mxj to see that this process may U applied te tJM.manafartBre of a vast variety of artklas , inrinfd, bf ail objacU fabricated of pasts like materials �c be moulded or pressed. the next term of ihe District Court �ti;'l, Mjt, 12. Cincinnati .Tkarkels. CisiisNATi. May \i - The ftnur market dull. WesUu-ni mens pork ia sUll held at fair prices The sales uo-dav are estimated at 6u0 bbl-917 26. lard sold at lO^.iilOV^ ~. per pound ""'��-' heTp them might elicit angeU axeaea, but 11 would not carry him to Ckmgresl!%here he can preach ine meet ofieusive AboUtsMiism, aaxl boast ..f his nigger-stealing opperaawis under osed the plea of humanity and love to tbatace. His sole aim being office, he is wilting B ride any hobby iu order lo acquire it, irbue bis poor r 1,-red Il he Island, but til.allv- recovered with an hiil bl.-ken, which wa. subsequently replaced bv Mr Powers, the sculptor, ibebronie stauie of Mr. Webster was losl at sea, and never recovered bul a seciind was cast from the -mar nmdel, and is now in tbe Stale House yard al lhisuui. Tt.e first mode! for the statue of Mr. Clay was al... lost at sea. The coincidence is oerlAinli. re mark able. all 1   1 all. - pursuing that ,'.:.,-: .: ."..fgatc'i, � d.-:.:., tr.ii- ,�� ;:.o ,- iditri at.,n ... ..1 n--.es.ar..v re-:;'.', .n an calue.-l adm.r*b i, t :! - -t..-rgv Wisd^matii v-.rtne a.. , :. - -u. tn- ba-'-s d ;. .:� Park.',   :   to     r ddee    '       d d.-.i::hear aal. :.- 1 --k :u: v ..r a nb-r-.. t. de - ad 1 at-c.-.- a... p.i.-a 1 w  .ar :k      :.   -rs...v   it 1   n-t i   III st     !>< ,I    11  |v|ll>i. I uv speiili  (roil, s, lililur  Uoii^l.-tt. Jiipllilese  l.mbils.v   al \t ix  li I n g i o 11 'A  v    .   . -' .� lie   d.d ane-   ' . >. tlrti'iUM  ^luiis tor I nrop trm al ot 1I11- }N,n> In prr > i i�   \ o 1 1.   '] 1 o 11 1 111 u f II 1 1 11 11  ill a.ready -e.-u ::.n I w,y is- :- 1 1 1.. laT.rabd. -.:.a.. : the We.:,      H-: .-.-raic   1   n.; -1 He 11101 r it 111   M 1 Vi ..      ,    VI , � 1 I II i;   ,11    -I at aister-in law may pine in want without attract ing his attention, or receive anv ofhjj boasted charities. '       * Pive hundred and aio.etv-1,1 Mom arrived at N = w erfcoi. : :'. 1: :n,   fdir. :.-.;:,  c, .1 .-        :.:.-es   � ll-  �� �:.-.-:  . is had  -vei : an ag-td :     1-n :.:,,-�-. -:.,:,  -  �      .....t  elati..!,,:,^ :',.- � ,    :    :'..- - -: u: a:..; - 1 .,e v> asboe 8iiv-r p.itue- i '-� no Burning  ot Meaiuer Kilirr  Mar.   vfobile   tri.Uel   natch     C'reaieni  ',!,'':;'' Kv assv an. Mav 1 -t.-itid.a; >. :, City Hub Irlunphanl. f-present, .-tar, from ::..- pa.- :. .-ad.:.-.,.- .   ..�      M �:; �.. Mn 1      T:,< greal match in-ta lire c-D Satui-dav n.^til, at..;, a", it.etdir-ew  -. a.   :be 1 :e- .-n: '   ' ' dci-tCa mines     'lbe  rlaji.es  snreti   rap: ilv ml :n  a   itid :h- M  ' '    ' f. � sUorl l.me :tie t..a' a- a - ' ::,,- *i;,r,   t. jar edge Th- . :,.,.,��:: �    ,,,'.. dge r . t v ,.-.rt w t- r r . -�;    1 .re : �', ! �e. -w 1   

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