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   Galveston Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 27, 1859, Galveston, Texas                                s as they may hwe eoul TKXAS at the pleasure this morning uf viSTfroB our brother Of lhe Brenham Knq We are glad to see lin apparontiv enjoying improved health a liktf oslici lie suffered from the a have boou shcnru a letter received iu vv morning the ISth sVirtesl titue we have eveifknowu Uier to lake in reaching this NI o oar letter from the frontiers ito in reaching this True lie Use Issue a word that PROPRIETORS B8TOH halfyearly and at reduced rates OHitraeU Jsr nusta to any given wffl be snade esi JOB PRINTING Of 1TMT XVL TEX Patriotic the North VTe were unahlein our to conclude ou notice of sit the greet Boston and PhiUdolphia It was repo that the meeting would Uke place on thi 10th We hare oily ream for two short extracts from the very eloquent speech ot Gushing at the In re gard to the John Brown Gushing we have had oar ears filled al legcd sympathy for John palliations of hii acts or apologies for and reproaches against the persona whom was endeavorl og to sUnghtcr In cold with sneers at the ol with ridicule of the terror of ourmsl women and children who dreaded assassination and rapine For It to not the men of Is the is the sisters of the women 01 Massachusetts who felt those terrors In the State o Virgin v I say it la not sympathy for John It is another form of manifestation of that same Intense and ferocious hatred of the people of the which animates the persons of whom we are the poet has told us that In all timed hate must have Its food of hate must have lla food of How long Jiot aud were frozen jj the people of HaxachuseUa to have their aa aged from was fimud he severe Sun jay ftoai Haiideru in that the dead it unsiOTti person has been fouuvl Kcrner of Survey on the Rio Ue probably perished e of iJ froai exposure to severe norther of that fa nite niaa had crept under the a tree for shelter from Uil to Stan a fire bat friends cf Sam Hoas eighteen or tureniy of ttiera at iiubiic square yesterday af i the eichiagement of and tjumini of jf A national sulute of 3i re and after sandrv ol were aiaiod r and the Texas t lo or for Our Sixk rtiouuted oa a we will be obliged to of a call tbe oter i of ihe heaviest in the continually filKd with thoae pul pit haired thauk theae blasphemous preachera of and ol treason ire one In a thousand among the admired revered clergymen of Massachusetts I ask how long these emotions ot mutual hate areto go on without Blood has begun to be not only has thera been shedding of but that shedding of coming from the Northern has as Us avowed object propagate a a servile uni versal devastation between the gen it already war In disguise seek to U as may In Ho audited t the the Govern or lie i otsguiac BCCK wn that state ol from things In jthebjsarts those persons who entertain section no and large euy the i o perceive other or evidence of a we trat trnihi wiil i for our ceiT be iiaa correct aiy errors oar rnir fcsre fillet those ia already war In U is to disavow all sack all pel all noh criminal ent4cprises folded ou that ot MaJswcho1 Tories States folir memories are filled with the reminiscences of the glories of the Revolution we look back open the the the of the days of tne Itev and we say that those heroes and demlgods are not the heroes and demigods of or Mas but of the United are one nation we are one in constllutiona we should be one in heart and patriotic devo M4 Cushing concluded his able speech by the statement of the following remarkable fact ii Is a most remarkable In the present cuudiuon of State of that more than one half the register voters of the Commonwealth do obstinately and persistently refuse to exercise she elective Aye more than one half ft ihe voters of the people ol Massachusetts do not go to the polls to exercise the electrol not the governaient of a Siaie that which Oie suffrages of a people provide T The public opinion of a State bt that which H majo the real majority of the people Whit is she voice of the majority of this Slate I that more than onehalf the vote Jo ia any form of speech or express theii and it seems that they have only com menced ibis great civic duty herein Faneuil Uall to Loud cheers they go Irom words to ans will they tytheir acts manifest de votiouto the cf Massachusetts Loud ap the aad cries to fcr o I have my own patty strong as you all Ball speak for co I speak for the aud that registered voters who do rmi leave ihe destiniesof Ihe country to a ttiiorivof fifteen would arise ahd Ifvou do un lite the opinions of either of the parties are new dividing the arise In msTstt and strength and smash them On letters on this ocI cation was one He l arerijh iu assuming ihat this is ne time ii j tinic for haifwavl mtre professions of i U a time for resolute to be follow consistent ihs of he land be not with evasive but in good Have we the power J rce oneducce to and will we exercise that It we may cocncuc to enjoy the anj multiplying blessings of the peerle wich has been to has nut mistaken the signid iu national flag with That dag hae waved throogh thrr the Uuion cheering the heart men on Sea acd whcrevr its foil1 ave anroUJ in the smote of battle How many i they have sera it floating fro in a foreign or Diving ia smpl 1 the breeie over a consular hav preaiiy exulticgly exclaimed 1 am an Amerl an and there is trie rtnsign which command i for respect and wherever Ih wide wcrid 1 cay or wherever 1 may eh i ly o dwell How one wonldsnut fe in c in shame and it he iirva he wire desliaei see the day when a I AnJ 1 xpilltors ancl can have their it go down i i darkness ani In a republic like Ia t aione upholds asd when that iu ai huaan to save b If such overwhelmloi i Jbuer lo aurDiaUy b to overtake I tor i no ry to peer through the darkness and blacknea or to foreknow tte j Let us art calmly and pasal i aal without Let us take nrhasty or n ro w w of the causes which have produced the dai aers we would and if possible It Is m the recent invasion of Virginia which should awak our stroaccst but the si vtheaiectlv persisted from which it w1 i ibe inevitible necessity which evolves ihe effect froi i it is to be remembered that those wh boijlr appiove and applaud the acw of ireaion sn jrJer perpetrated wiJlin the limits of ar the mosi danferous enemies the coustitatla aJ crafty passing b habituaiiy appeal to sections i aud by denouncing the tustiti of llie and thus inflame Xorthere o the pitch of reshstance to the clei tf fundameatal under plan ite to those prejudices and of The city yeairday inteUigfnoe nguished Few of fut passing to tell the tali Presidetl of tbe inevitable di to make the and warm of the Ke Republic As a sol eFalitr ol official rapirt conduct on Ihe of tbe catrslry 01 Rusk ou a ed by lat ntiraubca the ie death of this din soldier of the lit olu f 36 the are soon none will b left erable Judge Be cuimly a None so fitting t of his chivalrous f end the trying emerge ies in building u tht wreck of her Me c Laiuar was tbe i iy of San Cli iat battle sUitei tha hisj won for him the conn ind His friend was sum nd aud Laiuar ru The enemys line on Special Steamer atid Table in the word about Ottr RnU road and foodlooking singly to the fesscd tueiradiniion by a volley as he pa lie retuiug in hiivrae and bowing iu rep As met the difficulties o t with anpen straight pc to and ascerti it was necessary ti HC matter of waa ever able to pa ii elled tbe Cherokee Inu where they occu ied e most valuable in that region for an ordinary he won new laurels at i Hisl js ice as him in another light Ipthing to Uie pride of that i he had been fierce and unjuld e iuioleuco of the Mexican hordes tti we had the space to speak of ui Like the dly nixed in and gentleness aiiinj but the dash of his iblewhen his just ire was tl country and his ere and ho clung io old fic enes and old Tlie wsclJ uo know will not miss iseu few who hud his contideuce im is he will ask themselves hen shall we look upon his like hiiano KICHMOSP citizens were this morr led by the announcement that lell ig could have been more unfxpected mill ig to than this most sad it was only two days ago that he on our streets in remarkably fine erllowing with life and there ever so sad and impressive a demon ra the fact tha In thtmidst of life we that in the aflersooti of yeslerdiy lie lith a pain lu his That medical lent but from the pun convulsions morolnir he is a ie above brief 1 gather ou the direct r not be enirey fall or I pres embrace ihe main features of his moM thiit frinds IKiieU I nm S tli t note NKW It tiecooirs tny liuy le oar He Utrit His remains will not be interred uMi Thursday the Clerk of steamer Diana placed your correspondents name upon the books of tills favorite passenger There ws an abundance of toom upon the register for my but none whereon to stow away theperson the name belonged as to every stale two or three more had al ready been Near two hundred passen gers were on and the quantity of freight wa1 so that It was near night when the wheels commenced their propelling us up the in the direction ol The table was sooa set the whole length of the aud laden with not Is generally tlie all tha delicacies of the and tlie best the market and all got up in a stylo itla Tom the Hyjr of Many an attack of Indigestion has been by the unsurpassed suppers set before the jpasseugers who have been so fortunate or uufortu luxtc as io travel with Sterrltt and his ever Ipreaent Sterrltt has heyer been known to be guilty of chalking the Ihat of eithei correspondent or con jkquently he haajost many puffs and more prayers at his boat does not need Ihe and as the Later would be of little avail la his we are not disposed to blame him for hot extending the courtesy jto the press and so generally extended by steamers and Speaking of reminds me that our road is although near eight years hare elapsed since lu Too loss to Qal and the has been immense on account jf this and every days delay adds to the by are passing to aud fro between Galvcston and every of which would travel by and hundreds others would be Induced to visit our city if the Iroad was open for But It U useless talking ar writing about ihe as those whj have hereto fore had are apparently dead to their own ml the interests of 1 found llviuslou lu the same locality hi which 1 ft her seven tuonths and that her progress ad been steadily New buildings of sub ilautlat imposing appearance greeted the before the devouring element consumed wooden buildings met the Che merchants are all busy the warehousemen have their warehouses overflowing with cotton and goods spins to the Houston was severely courgtil with yellow fever during ihe last and I many a genial countenance and full oj life aad animation a few months now food tor Ull their places are ajrim x nd business goes on as editor of the haJ a tussel with Yellow but Jack got the worst of judging from ushings present las we nevqr saw him looking or In better He his recovery aud rapid convalescence lo good uurs and the of aud 1 am inclined co think he Is than half Thj i Railroad 13 doing a heavy Cotton having accumulated at the stations along the ad during the prevalence of the yellow it tieiug impossible to get hands to load and unload It i the bal now laborers are aud ooiton is rolling and joods tor the interior going ia large The Company lost thrte o nust efficient men daring the the Superintendent freight arii mechanic but thrlr arc now well the Superintenvling hav terns uou a practical iiUMlJ KII la assisttd v A It irtoQ ts DSIKKV was dirli ult v hy ur former dlizen of the firm of Close i Cjsl Tbe wori upi the I U pro Tessing it Is expected that the cars wil TOSS the Navisoa in the course of two or three SPEECH OF DEGEMBEK 38 BOOK including Law and Business BUI H Pamphlets and from a handsome a Mammoth The OmoB and two steam wtth an aasortiuenl of tyueaandornainrtisv un equalled by an v other ettahlliibmiial In of the chevalier Bayi u of the made one of his most brilliant effort A motion was msde to amend the 111 by adding a proviso that no article should be bright oMJorthern As frivolous as Ihe ttestlbn one of brOllii debates during MU and sharp shooting In reftrenb to old The amendment was re aud the bill passed with but few dissenting The House bill V amend an act to Incorporate tne Tap I rasorla Railway proved and for toe Com passed the lenate This bill Uie Company the failed to seeuretoa fluuKtamsM case i alnM the Treasurer of The latter Is order 1 to pay their The preemption lll has not yet been The probabilities l e that It will pass In some reducing the price WIGFiLli UNITED STATES f SNaTOR ELECT PROM fEXAS DKLIVIRSD is mow OF IHB ISLAND Orrr i at half and waa MoLeod a former os Fainir Reportedfar the by our ovu Seats were arrange upon the s past seven Wlgfall appeared greeted tremen ous Or introduced the speal sr to audience citlaenof this Che OoL then stepped forward and addressed the lence In substancfas follpwa At the request of soup kind friends herald he had been caUed upon to a dress say upon what adhj the Ue would ndulge la a or the It was b t to let the He wu a I cly could put and resamee of bury tho citizen of this and wfat n h thoojht upon the when some twelve he landed qpon when there Ha no mao la the Bute In whoae velna there then rin any with no and money in defray hit he bad met kind fcbw labored bard among aaeThad beio highly and when he hU heart welled up wilh gra titude to the people of declined some oay to become the Emplresiale of the That when he went to Washlf he would try to be the Ilepre jentatlreof and If he he Uopcu they it au error of V i State Democratic The Democratic State i un has its Tiie reso i rratUrm tiie ienditiij as avowed in ali 1IJ i XT vbejiiuntly ia added tile Oiir Kur urjlyins arm will be i iwLich Luth tiese their Dew ar witti perfect M they hive m a of arra of i i i Ci and is so as friiheii ialte wtil j in srncinai store in i aae notice be onv wish success we fee they McDonald as tbe O i and as ail over we hnve s tip throash he liiid it il to event o the refusal of V to endorse the triiuocialed by or of ils iiiate for the Presideuoy who mjy enert r is at war wuh these principles so as lo proceeilntrs on Ihe part of the racy the Committee s authorized take such action as may he demanded by the exigencies of the Delegates were then elected to tse a resolution was adopt i eelariug ihe Jeflerson Davis be rst choice of Mississippi tor the he first vote stood 7S to bat by mbseqao hanges it nearly onveation was very THE GEORGIA DEUOCKATIC STATE Cows n bas ha ddopteU the foilowiu resolutions Tbat we Democratic Slue ix of tne old 13 the unpretederjt ii two coiumo let cold spti of with tbe co the aen wno are hurrying I in ihe csrae o all that most sacred a Pe our tilt there is an of Connies between the Southern Northern members of Ibis The di trine J and untrue as it is I ciatra licted tv th experience of the fii rears of onr It would have been repuwtion fnr lo while the men who longht the battles ol snd framed the were It has not and with bli of the eiertions of good and patriotic i wiil never be Among the resolutions we copy tbe following is most significant That we look with indignation and horrence upon the recent Invasion of the Comm wealth of Virginia however or h ever comprehensive was tbe clandestine and ons schTme in iti instrumentes or its eiecution was an undisguised upon tbe and i fare the whole country that we deeply syrrn thiie with the people of Virginia in the trying which they have been called to pass Irolr Ihem and their civil and thesi the Federal our unfailing countrnai and support in the maintenance of the laws of and public we hereby as worth the moit urjqaalified every del stnitiun acd of wheiher pu or tending to eivnuate or apologue for conduct or characters of the criminal in law outrage in or to make them seem or than ihe guilty agents and vletems of a fanatical fatal delusion acd we hold in whatever and whatever whose opinion and ex beretofore have so manifestly to this grtat wrong and fully r fur U and all iu evl befor the tha upon to he tiocriiies cf Territories ol ty tbe reJ Flint ru ret the lt e and t li is a sourer rf pride jti Court is session Judge Gray he criminal docket is nfw being mil he Court will adjourn nejit heir of no cuses 1rini upon the in four readers are intercsieo From a me by Peel i lesin that there beeu received In Hot cf conon stock ou haiul iTT making SOSM c if Kf stock to he sent f ihe trhile Iecl J who conitMralivtlvnew lathe have received balrs since the It and not durinir Ihe whtMe as stated In a notice a jfew days n at the Mel i tiliae llu natured who is well known la our exhibits hitasLtr as n of effects at his he kerpf iis which is the largest in aad iss bcin pretly thorttuuly overhauled since betook full of 1 the rnlp is falling riving any ploasaat thoughts of the inuii to bi 1roiu Wedawidiy morningoo dotioa of well of the With thi to 1 be except as to ilu1 selectio lectiug tlie Thus it is serti that both rtorgia have their aud it is probable he oiiier Suites the poiDted 10 tlie Ciiariestoa AND JOHN ha heretofore expressed the opinion IBrowu would be deemed by the AbolitiODi land black a martyr to tlic cat f Tbe following despatches he correctness of that opinion NEW has been empliatlcal John Browtis ia New 5uch a weepi laud wailing among a certain cluss nf people seen and a to listen to th would be led to that soi at and good Instead of a convicted had been sent to bis final he lluuse recoiisulcreii the vote reject he bill to amnd the charter of the aai Railroad Company and re i to the committee on internal loiprove Trit bill has been before the same committee They then reported and U is t will do so giving Hi length the their u of the House in iheir action on is a sLronrj exeuipliucatiouof the tiasy auJ of the coDSfquenoes to from the fairlity with which the House us rule of Ou Monday this bill u read a second time ordered to be eu The coustltutioual rule irhich requires a I1 rend in three sevepal clays was suspended 4 ur fifths aad was UDOU the point of its Manly of Harris war Others joined In the debate and tivo ilours discussion it was rejectedby a ma f iwo thii The next morning it waa recon by a large It is to be hoped thai he members will hereafter be more Tiie preemption bill lias been discussed in the House or ihrce days without any Yesterday eve ling speeches were made by Sor Javis of and Ihe impression Is that the bill will mailv It could not be If we con formally of the Most of the iiembers know whatMhey are about and will ol for bilL They would not sacrifice their hojes to save the public domain of Duff Green addressed our Legislature the before in llie Uepresentatives lie iiide a iu which sheep inisicg aud growiug cotton in were aU trea A large portion of Ms audience has not yet what he aimed Something was said boriowing fiiity millions from During speech he of many interviews with Lord Kus Cobden aud and read cl racit of his correspondence wilh a great many mem bers or the llrittsh He told hU audience of i mode by which they could sell their land at two not of the He came Into public lifeIn 1MO he then Joined the Democratic pity he supported Van Buren ic 1SM During tbe late canvass In he said found himself In an Intricate while hi was canvassing the Northern He fonU Epperson advocating the principles of Ouetauan had charged him with a disunionistr a fireeat and a In ISM tlie speaker was supporting Casifor the and a man lived North of Mason and DUous while not onlylpposed but In the last and said e would let the bloodoutuf his veins If H were Thla was the kind 01 men irhlch the speukr had to advoca ted false Democracy He said there must always be pariieaditferingas lithe best modes of administer ing the General and these parties must have different names Principles could not ihe men lie tould speak of tlie history of Soon formation of the General the and Democratic parlies sprang iuto oue is the other as opposing or Black lie said there was no repectable writer on who did not eskblish It as an Inviolable that a country where Sere was a diversity of especially one runniojthrough so many degrees of latitude as therelv differing in agricultural aud Industrial cotid exist as a but mut be f you mike a purely Demo cratic tbl msjority will trample upon the oppresswi will resistance as the natural consequeuo will Tlie Mexicans have endeavored lo fOlow this but have Jeffersons hterpretation of ihe Consti tution of the Cnlted as KM in the Vii ginla and Kentucky Reurutlnos of IISS and as serting the sovereignly if theStates and the rliiht io judge in the last of the Infraction of Ihe and of the and measure ol arethe only bais on whch Liberty can be main and tvoiiled tj a Confederacy covering an exient if country anil variety ol lie sni1 thai fa his were toid that ha I nociiaaed the Gov ernor of He the speiker out of because Ie mandate from lie sunl tha the te ginning of the conlel was upon subject of Thv coositlert am uiain ihat the Fmieml tiow no could amright be fouoit it the sanc tioning the levtini of for the of nourishing or for lijlerual Im llie spelter recognijui In Iheconslitution no ir to and cannol exercise under any air1 power not deligat tu rtle Whig party soon after Inileavorrd to enforce atlnraliKaiion placing restrictions upon Ihrse of a ien then look Ihe sUniUnt and Virginia am Kentucky proclaimed thai they at would not submit to Adams was happity hurlnl from Jefferion true Democracy Kd then iuto anJ on account if the taint of ihe theu assumed a different and from thai lime to issues hive heen springing the Congress on to measures After drawing a somewhat jurrallel upon thut ject of in waich coffef and sugar wrre his luff speaktr procUiited ihat wemusl look to Ihe revenue aiiii nta this a and bt would sustain It with al his In the Government cndtavored to bury that to foster the darUnj scheme of one pan of the to the detriment of the to take money out of ihe pockets of one part of the for the benefit of the He snid that since the conquest of the Slavery issue had been called be al important isaae of the This he denied most protiaimed U as His he who thought Ihis the only question at issue was a a miserable oar not Bt to jive bread pills to a RepuaJcao patient hugaler ami The doubtful powers which have heen and agMn exercised Cmcress had been the cause of Ihe present ceneril would if continued to be unwsrrHntHbly causr He couiinueJ with his historr uf North ul Mason i Dlxun the siand with ihe upon their fiag a Thermopolja1 retdy to lrir The modes of ihe stitulioa has created TJie Whlj jarty al llie SorUi had been tauctt to and the system of recognised by the that Congress hail full pewer to legis late upon hat he thought had no such he no pcwrrln the Constitution to Legislate he nuchri tastetl thiclatiiudiiitflan He Mid tlire no rirty in existence In the thirtvhrcr of ihry ha1 all heea in ihil tniiture llie KcimJilIcan Ihe parly slooil alone con thf ureat appras Hwas Democrat because ill Uemocraiic innv w ap voice in the joure lluchinau Uie contest was a cloe iitir beiwtrr Freiiuin Capi tal inlcresl c h peopleund the press askrtl the if thtjhull no union at the il pointed them to their to their to Iheir aoil bale Ihem if disunion in they nhom wnuld htv turn nut ihem mi lor mxttul to would they out We men compose1 thflr and while ihey en gaged io looklnu the auil remnant of their ruined they nonld no liuie lo invade those 15 Southern Stairs who the use of the ihe tirfhotter and the tainage meni of That thelrnavlgaiion would be their bounty upon which to say the least were would be LATEST FROM NEW AttRIVAL Of THE STEAMSHIP The Mall Steamship General Ecnry arrived hero from Berwick Deceuibar the Mail aud the following paiwen jrers Mr Dr Mr R A J A GA Wratl t Ho Lubbock it Hiss Mrs Wilson t Barny t Hiss Miss Heath on 21 ARRIVAL Or THB STEAMSHIP The steamship arrived New Orleans via Berwick Bay December all 1 P with the Mail aud the following passengers Col Hare Blan Uenghome A El May Df o Stew art Landemao A Carnes t Mrs Miss 4 children t 2 Miss M J R A Briant t lady Mrs Oalder A Miss Tomllnson fam Travis 4 Miss Smith t MI1U 4 Wherfiold ft Doi on and The NEW steamship City of Washington arrived this day Count Carowr has beeu appointed us the representative of to tho European It is believed that the policy of France and England will not be satisfactory to The remnuut of the news is not important No Speaker has yet been highest vote was 111 ou the 15th Sher man lost four votes on the ijrcat Utiiiin meeting was held ou the Over people assembled nt tlio Academy of Resolutions were uoininating Scott for the and Houston lor the Vice A freat conflagration occurred in on Whaler i Cos grain mill was Loss Partially Sales on the ailh amounted to Middling Uplands quoted at Sterrett dud the I send the enclosed by authority of the and request IW I am au thorised to sign Porters but have not his If you have his name In please sign It at the bottom of enclosed proceedings an and mine as Tlce On a recent trip of the from Galveston to therewere over two hundred being probably the greatest nnm bertver carried between the two After supper was the passengers organized themselves Into a by electing Ex Governor of and of Vice Dpon General Leslie of of Braio and of were appointed to re port resolutions anu upon their report It was unanimously That the passengers on board gHe a public expression of their appreciation of the hos pitality and gentlemanly courtesy of in his intercourse witn and in the elegant and bountiful supper prepared for so large a number on so short That they heartily recommend the Diana to the traveling as one of inn boats to travel upon in the Vice The Coldeat Week on The past eight 2J to wil leng be perhaps all over as quite the coldest on Fir the purposes of exact rorrtpiirison with the and Itir future 1 send for an abstract from the meteorological register at the Texas Military Fajette latitude 29 ID Hy reference to the Texas Almanac for it will be seen the temperature of hud a of The lowest temperatures of the month were precisely on the same on thf Sd ard trniperitures were respectively 2S dej while the regis ters of year show 20 and 1 On the This Is colder I have of in years of r fr len vrars Si At of wind changed to North nnd ar au hours brisk it eofuruiiced tit iy 11 X the It whuh Oi vflth a all anil day and The rain and vrhlch froir and covered the urorM with lor to the depth of atout i The tf measure 2 2 inches in the On he tiie wind ahaled but the temperature on Sunday the at deg as it had been on the On the wind turned and by Monday the mercury risen to hut at It chanced to Soith and Mew Rently with mht and On the I fmnl to my aston the whole esrth covered with which failicc briskly at and Ihe therniomeirr down to 14 the ucrhcr furiously all day and all as on an he mer cury on the morning of the Tlh was down 11 The vrtod eubstded dutlnf the though it con tinued freettnp and on the moroing of the themrrcury stood at 11 and the wet bulb at 10 And while I at Frldayi the mercury Is down to equal to the cold est of tail Thf snow still lies in shaded though there have beeu no clouds for the past W hours Already I eard of who hive perished by e ld in this black and three white KKALP OSSAWATTAMIE We copy the following from the Austin Intelli gencer 7b 1IU the Rretldenl tlit United Stattt SIK Having recently from the papers which have reached this distant that the dis covery of the correspondence of John Brown has disclosed my former connection with him as Secre tary of under the Provisioniil adopted at May I have thought It my duty Upstate to you that while I have had no cooneclloireiUier with brown or any of his since tho beginning of and no knowledge ot the resuscitation of the organization which died out at the period aud in consequence of my defection and although 1 since my return from Europe In April resided wholly in the Southern acquitted myself as a lawabiding I yet am perfectly willing by reason of my conviction that the organization the insurrection were alike cruelly to sur render myself either to the authorities of the United or of the State of In it it be to penalty of iny egregious I since the ilatt of the been ouce or twice dissuaded from offering mselr as a ou the ground that the violated majesty of the law was being amply aud fully By of the recently disclosed fact that the insurrection occurred under the auspices ot the Provisional I have on account of the possibility that connection with the dissolved organization of may entail responsibilities ou uie in December 10 express my willingness to tuthe last the consequences of my atrocious For his reason that when an 1 would have died in defence of my that I AUI a 1 am algo williuu to die In proof of the sincerity of my present the error of the involves rae in pres ent I am content to redeem such error by sulTering such 1 reside in this from which I shall not absent myself until you have communicated your desire or decision in this 1 have the honor lo Your Excellencys most obl RICIIAKU A POPIJIiAR ESSAY ON THE UISSASBS INCIDENT TO TRADES AND It Is our purpose to a btlety as con didordera aud diseases laddsat to certain oe uicludlaK thtlr symptoais aud moaa of We shall do thU In plain langn and m a forward Oar purpose la to give Muiecurona faeta not generally kaowji brluz more forcibly to hnr the ready renef at hand In RADWAXS We avow that the trouble we art taking is abnslaws ntaalto bereflt loth tie public The lloeiots from various trades arise either from the very nature of the from the mate rials tuadled or or f com both these Scarcely any of these pursuits are uecusarly bat will be as imprudent la iheir business s In laetr and suffer for their ueclect of Printer and the former from theirs andmgno long 1 tur iroru iheir cianip d ui the alueu au dunbt by mure ur anVc uu f the Thise will eld oe to theKodei and rUguUting u suffered to uu a of too the ttesolveut may be SuUhert oeeasWmaUy have life or llmii endaitand by a scratch or cut from a uufe which has been usad In anfof or oBen mc an tub sweUluf of Uch iSSdenUrinaienl ot thenelghborlof glanus kernels The wound should be waaue aud a po not bread and lullkj w uf Keadt Uahet ciuplo rheselliuc be wttftiKeU aud the Begulu ng Tills uu the violence of theymious Ituia as wel be mentioned here that the 01 a rwliy ultlce Stale bread should be rubbeo a la Stale bread should be rui Let us first look at ihorfWhu suffer from poisonous ma and placed In pplausor Urge over L i which while must be Aainilar HatsissMi t plate or saucer Is now u be plaed over two Iheir uuuiluuhuiou uf copper aud Its gnsned firmly and held op so that tlie water utu their either the impalpable dual wiUdralu out the wt crumb U uow o be rubbed Into a pasty conalaUno with a placed on a rag at and applied to tbe pan as warm aa the patient will Aa MOB aa It lo harden ar und the a fresh or ehw op hunt in ateuue to mom app be aoJ thuiawutiuuai fcriueiita 17 j f hi true which may be mpalpable dust ollu The result Is a copper dti uiktviulu thehsya oxldn or their wuosu any vary morn or ten a sumelunes creephue slowly along Uutlt the system Is utter ur else op nuuc an to move rectCiscaa The victiiu to the copper disease on ruihig lu th a augutly aeria In a aligut constriction uf the tongue dry and sickuex at the He Le huo caught d exp which leaves him worse thau At tlmea there cornea au at auk of It tery is at all lie hi very Uatle to be aud hid lormma aud as tue doctora call uaine iu the bowels aud dUpcmlUon to are ex ceeUiugly Often a thirt which he canuct aceoiuit or a distended or allghtly Mie el ur an unujnuiUlc u Uie commenc ing au i ia scarcely sometimes mike their appearance in the aud either by some ii the symptoms urevloUbly A htaoache u tbe close of or tbe quite A prrvtntattve of theae woulu use of a wblch checks the patage to tie ur stumach ol tlie dust or and to keep it from the ea of the A generous diet ahoujd be the bowels kept open by moderate fuses of BAD WATS RXOOLATIXO FILM a dnso shOBld be toien In ihe inoniluic anu oreulnjt of Kau ays Headv ana the lue uf Beuovating Resolvent pmevered until tue system U riu of the Ptumberi and and Wortcre in Lead Xanufactoriti or tihot exposed to tbe lead like the copper dis may a tertea of out scarcely noticed endm sometimes in more espe clillv with painters and whitelead lu what Is gen erally caOtu painters Tneseall at will notice particularly at a sugary and sllEhtlv astriuueut eonstriction of the ptin uud uueasiuuE lu the rrgiun ut the ttomich and otxaalorul sometimes br Coach Or who use much will have a tendeacy to for unlike copper this shows effecU more in tne biuai intestines and the bkufcer and urinary PU vrili be seriously sumeJmes merely produ tloa 1st fcept r helle if nqulr dropsv 01 U tne utbit tue body uud thut 10 or if 10 onmmptlon and lung Ihe Ueatiueul of uniler uur system is anu hoi bypo Keady Kedel and lor urops ajrc rituss the Keguiatilig Piib and uili anemia all hree of the Tue treatuieui the itber affections beeu aire dy Iheoumplalnu of females enguged at various iona are somewhat different rum males to sousequiuice a theur peculiarity of It tatrue uuu who ead a sedentary or an occupied u which re Salre thfon to stand or lean over their are subject to mLar diseases with those of the opposite sex In occu AUAXSAS Tlie subjoined communication give u ible account of Il depth ut altr can LH relied ujtoti as it is vtrtniiily fr mi exinivt ViV ihU we examined anil Eu ten feel of fiitiit fctt at low the Ji iiw of Nivvfin l t WM Iy PKTKK J Mttcr i r OrriCK or A C ltraay iuiief will will by uo means It tliould bj lattrnally and external In Hie Pills ehould be used u premie free aad afterwards more nuwi emtey to kutp up reguiur aetion and from thuveri tieBeailv In full Ic flui rted or stip oery eliu c r gum The diet ihould be chietty in l orslilcken from welch ttie fat beea la tie MreUi biil W the tveguUtirii 1ilK wilh ihe KcaSy Keliet wci and rubucd mltne affected part for ai least 9f en ee per and gener ut alserfble wUleffeoia Iu ailextei tiie piitu o the bau Is the best thing to w u ttuni iti prc Dytra unJ Calico Printert art liable lo several severe Those who use uiuriae oi tin onnrtluies perceive Us efftrts ia their sys Ttiey obseivc au auswre taste in tielr whiwli is nut to turn into a well denned with uauea eieciAi alXer rising Tnelr U morstuaii bets irejuently u me vro symptom is a frequency lo slot uoi torduiln borne Uiontns this may be lenilfd bv ihf the evacuations be of the ee acdextrtsaiticsislesscoin iiiou for mVteS promptly it may bifolloweil by of the paruauac Tin in this in same as IB Uie copper dlst viz Ktaiiy fills aad Ke in u manner simiutr to la tiiejr If sus tatc nr llie soijer Boot and ana roa tbe r are to V i liailv lluir c nunt A a i s slszlz n c s g o 3 o S IT and was as discovered the list Tiie Tbe the freezing frozjn above for of we hear of Oid in oue place nn tearing down in in and producin quiet arid peaceable ioha tichanges itifonn The ewme and iit plantations have suf fiocks of and cf iiae porfeers ready for the been cut off ruthlessly in their Ae expect io hear lamentations gen the Uuion upjn the arrival r C LISA jiz E of t the that South towards the erection ot two in for the manufacture of Im o or Hichard of offered a of Uiat lie Ferry movement should reitrded as aa tssault upon the of irTall States that regarding It f li the datyof the o mike wuh Virginia that the expenses io by her in patting down this movement should torne by all rouihtrn Irs proportion to bi tUve population that movement being the epiniatt fruits o the teicSlagsof Abolition the Slavehoidlng Statfs In lemuity from them for Uie incdrred hki Oovernor Giit be requested ia leader to the of Virginia the proportion which South Caro uay b allotted to of offered a series of a dlasolntiuQ of Uie Union Is Inevit tobner or later and that tbe best Interests of South require it as soon as that South Carolina has oern ready since passage the an Ordinance of and is sill ready to teeede and that in ease ol an invitation from other Southern the Governor be antboriied to convene the General aid provide for the election of delegates to a South ern for the purpose of forming a Southern Iv a hundred VieePresidentJ dressed bv Joshua Rand and The addresses breathed tbe San potriotic spirit as those delivered tbe Bos cold weather meeting While encouraged by these patnc meetings to hope for reachon in the publn of the we cannot fact that for many years past all the Ution of these Stctes has been directly to the so much that it has ottei amounted to a nullification of the lawn of Con grtss and the Federal Con and all tl appeals and remonstrances by the Sou agaiust this injustice have availed Xor can we forget that the same States ha been represented in Congress by men evei zealous and active to Wage war on tne institu tion of The qnsstien then ariseshan the great mass of people in those States beet misrepresented for years We mnst u gailty of this absurd or else wi mustadniit that the patriotic sentiments pressed at these meetings are confined to small minority who have never been able wield any controlling influences m the el tions of the The truth the Harp Ferry tragedy has produced feeling of warm for the fearful consequences that may It has led to a well fear that there would bpjitire resistance by the and that diruption of the Onion would be the conse It is this fear that is DOW arousing to ollnrs per buy it back at six dollars aud make A filled to Prayers and n were made by Lewis Chari Hall of the Baptist Church i ight and various other There were many women in the the most were bathed In while the prayers a were One of tbe brethren sal r meetings were well and so but things had come to such a pass was the one thing ought Si was a shame that 155 wi true men to handle had nnt Found InVhe North to rescue noble old John lotbabrother said the country would po i rditirin if they did not go to work and get ves otit of the hands of their i every man and worni t had the cause of and the cause rist at would consecrale themselves toll work A blow had this day been struck a the reverberation of which would feltforyesrs and years to They would r ease agitating until the last manacle on the U ilave was These ejaculationswere Interspersed wf h henistagonUlng andal Ireelli Iposltl level n for the benefit Mrs and It waa onnced that the meeting Konld assemble again I i atTSeDfnlloh Presbytfrlen corner Prince and Marlon the colored people i jembled In great Henry Sblackman Here the excitement ai were very great Garnet said tb wonld stand In the calendar as the Marty anv in the aulieuce who did uot understand it at ttii room aud be would explain As your correspondent is fond of any speculation in which here Is he will certaiuly call at bis Ttie accomplished lady ot dangerously On Wednesday afternoon she was tliug ou Coagresd and as one of the horses she got jumped out of the car triage aud had her skull fractured with a She been unconscious aud it is feared that she ill not The comiilituenUry ball given to Runnels by he ladie of took place last evening at As it waa a grand I will In my t letter give you a full account of and the pocket triumphed over and James Buchanan was Thi Union thank Is Ihe Union InJanger have you heard the voice ot Davii have you heard that clalrlonsound calling npon tried and gallant sons to rally have you heart from Virginia from Ala bama will you submit to a government ruled over by John Fremont or Ae like the man whose birth lit casliired from the United States Army for tre bastard son of a French Eae December my last 1 premised to give vou an account of the Complimentary given Governor KunncU by the Ladies of which place on Thursday I now will do At S oclock i he ball room at Uuaj Garden was thrown pen to the The front wall was the name Runnels appeared In ever and festooneit 1 cannot attempt ogive you any adequate idea of thU panorama ol It was one of the gayest scenes 1 ever en the beautiful the baud of music pouriag ot the most inspiring harmo and the flowing and graceful sijrle of Southern ruadc the whole scene look At the ladlea descended to the supper iud noon atur folloned liy the I you that Apictu himself could not have dcslr belter Choice delicate and nines of bent brand nud were spread for our sumptuous repast The kllng Caiawba and the foaming Champaign filled best men of the lined nearly passii to control all the lowing our enemies Whether they can now resist tbe almost universal abolition sentitcants of the country remains to be seen ABOUTIOJ AttorceyGeneral of Tlrgtolahas gJTenl the rights of the State authorities to ThU State stltutleni mail matter dos not carry with It Sh orto This Ust Is a greaVStato and absolutely necessary to be mi tbe to tbe tserlfice of the Bon of Sampson black ipoke of Jo own M the modern taint He did n H Uere In the repogiuince over had to the shedding of blood when freedom If be could not obtain freedom 1vj the of 1tir he rhnnurl across ttic Mar has 1 en proiltK for eoine anil iMUitlhtr confldrnily txpoct a continuuus im frnm UitturrtI airt hy ihr lutely and now under in mj A vessel from the crossed Ihv Bar CM draw Ing Dint onahalf only uity You will me ly ii lr vuur ami you lliiij JuT of kintin liic IlcSl ItUililrf lie lu ileinil Couimercc of editor of the Kxtrn ordmary al the cih oT and long a resident of tlie Francisco follow ing facts un Una subject Owing i titciii of the coniraOtini u is dtfficuii lo form aa accuraic taumatUn of ttic vaine of ihe foreign commerce of Hul HJ there Is an expurtsninn of awl Icrvti and atumntui2 fitter tte aiu gtiier to rotii io o the vaiuc M ihe I0 ihcrt are from one lo Uirre wiCniTaTa from the of ibsorbed Inluvestmitiis in or divcrieii to other The of annual loss of Mexican commerce Is found in ihe risks cucouniriedbjr the iu lu the iucfficivui protectUn given to oy iheir respective Utre re ihf tide woultl iiouUJeis soun and the imports in a the they are atp llie imports are miiiufacturctl wines and from I ma from the Luiirii Maua and from The importations froic China iiu comparative It is iliue sicce a cnrgj heeu received direct fruui Alt th articles from that quarter now read Mrxko th Coited Slates or The niuj he thus proportionally although fsmtiates art much for this ttme Imports from Inlted in thr whi h tfTtiCt i Lie Ueliei ami ffcr thf tvrteualiiev uatt Ue iiltcr ftuin Oi or the boot wittja ruaer c abie ir hi pwrv of ihr vhUtt trt thr sriijuenl iticcoU aa wliiiili Loiiua vt ry k l or r It i t fuel i hats en xrtf quae ftaa lt health u intosuiv othpr fnm fcr vtiyxjti i tunny or of tnr ID t tit flu Hid W Thiut fupcr Match aeanuitrewta and the tiket areOlftblelo piles and But wbftt lhe have mM to U the drranuemeut of Unie stcrttloua whlou uatore given ifatiu for fteir lealih and ihey are particularly liable tu hydte paiuful or Irregular Lldney uervous swimming ut Uie jiflaoimaiion ofthbovaries and womb for allot which Vie Relief and KtguiallnK Pills are conHueuUy scribed or subject to tu be removed by the uee of tha inaadition to the other two remedies Perhaps of tUi fenvUe that of The Factory Girl s liable lo the moat distressing more especially when the ventilation of the workroom ia not sundlnu po monotouoos employment anu purticlescunUnaally drawn aUeoiu bine to ddpressand Yet by and the use of Kadways even the facU 7 Kirl may bid defiance to aud Uie I very formidable partnership tu V or Uie preMui we draw our remarka a But It does not that ail occupaiioua ahoulu be abandoned wherel to add ua riais irriatiiie vaporaor panic mieuse taiher espoiure and the aebilitatiiiR eflevU of suUiiuiry With ordinuv and the when atOicated by of lUdways remtdieN not only but thai sybteou furtinedaiid their iSJd Ready Relief and Pills wtl be f ufiA to or except in di runic Or those InwLicntae syttemhaa bten arosualtd Radwas Renovating Resolvent BDcediJy remove all obstacles to the kind y influence of na aild thus stem to perfect In if the Ready Belief be ancossdattheontSftof every attack according to tloas It alone will be enough tu en or eouiuut all the deteteriousefltcts we have attduiay becuiioul ere the great Uueld of tbose who would be overcome oy diseose siid not iw many Kadway s have been introduced for the birti ol that perfection of chemi cal and palho epical poo which they are wiaeU is Itoelf comwuativeiy Tbe principleut atiin old aa humanity iu it itmalnta formootru science to and apply How tills Has been thi popularity iuiO of Kadways remedies I he power of there bleflaiuus lo Ui aick aud stiff rinx is nutablethey ore iu themselves tbe ma uria mcctUa and they lapiilly ail or drugs usft and abtiae haa uoite so much to Into the and ah our The price of Rad Kernelies ulatxc them wituiu tbenuch f every n KeinjCthe K is ceirs uu i i6ctiiM per a RAlWAV A 23 John t Keilrf I i f f tJ s first four columns indicate me leui aud the three next the force and direction of the destruction of stock has been very In the first and hogs and sheep perished In great Iu my about 40 have died of They were protected by the thkk ct and live oak On the nearly whole flocks have t il i 1 I t lUl 1J the 1kr wilii Ktiefiv wiien adjuvaiii tc thv KeilefanJ ini and more atiy and are tvnsiasiiry leiuporarj whicii anu wui mcu T iiev Dtinfc rjitrr tiisv of the Tttt i itiiio in very to printuce n c i evcw maiieot taAsiraa ivier irity Keliet u ihe propu JTO In A n or Iwe o tiie ami UUt i heaK ll wltli iiisj Ueol u KUI iu oa tbi r r tit tue rj ej antl ofl o w w tli the Kcady Keiici cut with a K giiaUug ma te ailva i il ruleu f liir sute Lf toe soairtliues on The in should ripe i nut acid wt tin tu bv1 a pUasaiit u weli as a ri t cases j or NE W BE FFJCE SASAU POST Accuiuul DOLLARS This hvint A tiarl o I umpan tiir THE lktio mng rt In l if IltAJt tL ihe ti ftu Aunuitiw u Hemy John Terr Director Jo rn John W U I Itaiiitl Jiiaea ISorilt J Hcurj VJ f Khail Ihi iu ai iti aui persons litvirsus ui liliuir in invited LOTlOWV K a compared tho sacrifice 3 the bright gUbleUi and euliventd many a witty and a nt Koootn ut rown as anotli In Dlnlnft the greatnws of a He begged Bearers lo remembtr that Jnasmnch M the It had broken the sceptre of so the crncWilon of John Brown be trie means bresktng the sceptre of tbe American slave power Ihese extracts glTe faint IiJea of anpalriotlc and often profane addresses but enough to ihow what sort H In several other beside there were sUnHslr m MairM ij as the municipal election Is an Virginia reqoire portmmster W to np of ettteCDt irTespecttTe the ilrlt Is gallant The aristocracy of beauty and of Mlenilu our State seemed lo hare assembledthat night to bid farewell io our retiring of whose ImspilJiliiy ther have so frequently I the Executive The heart of our correspondent leaps up at the collection of the brilliant belles who assembled There was nameless for whom he met In days gone saw her oue little while and then uo more T vas paradise on earlh and then uo more Amid the throng she passed along the meadow llerpreieuce and lighted to its inner curs My desert breast a little and then no llut your readers think that I am growing pathetic with the dreams of former and H I will turn the leaf to give them a moretnu of le On Frlilay morning of Qldalio luced a bill to encourage agriculture and atook n Hidalgo and The ipiirtol ttie was simply the establishment of itttem ul Alter sv spirited discussion between and the House rejected the ihc rSaclfncii of tne Blao not lo starsjare Tne NorlhxsklMl vIlHt they could do to no saved T Oh iave us from this Impend ing What was thi put James Bu cbnuin In power and save jour The money argument mowed them dovn Uke chain ap Union was and tct are redout forsooth 1 on the ground UsU we are Salamanders He the speoter wss a Union not because he believed U to e of divine for the Union was formed only fir mtrcantile and martial but because he tttought this government the best ever formed or because he believed It to be the best tdeans of trarsmlttlng liberty to our pos he WM a Democrat because It was a Union There were two parties In the one in favor of glvltg bosanah and hallilujahs to the Union the other for he ins with that When the iron heel of oppression Is placed upon them they will r He hoped for the and trusted in God for the Hproceeded tospealc pon the presentborder lawf of and that through the aid of the Amtrlcan Colonisation Savery was crowded Into the weatirn part of unless these laws are there will be servile Insur rection on that border our women and children would be butchered ihv slaves write their In their snd escape by the light of the homes of their We have lost be cause this Southern party have belled they have said it was not fit for was He said Franklin Pleret had done us a service which should never be forgotten he knew of no either military or which could compare with except that noble Swiss to save his gathered his with outstretch ed sheaf of Ausvlan a passage for his a road to victory and But no sooner had Pierce commenced the cod thau h Tas denounced from Dan to But he stood by the and by our side In thjse trying He he hoped he had not trespassed upon thdr Upon the floor of UB he would always be found advocating thi principles of the only Unlon gTett j If any Democrat fettered in he beseechedV them to come back Isto the They must know that they are wantedrneeded that the next Presi dential contest decided all Important question of If a Black Repnbllcrn be our trtasnry and are handed over to the Ve must stand and not be hroken town by their Rtupld The Glorious There Is ftlme for all and a season surpore under the when I get to James Buchanan should be too poor lo build you a roar to protect you In time a decent house for the adminis tration of jtfc Cost Office and a Custom I shall not bu too careful of the harmony ot the unbounded He wu for Oalves for the whole Slate g orKlclituoud In accordance with given in the 01 ihe a called by the merchants of Plch who were Interested In the importation of of foreign goods direct to this assembled at the office of I tie Insurance ana r mass ef the r U EHUOrUBJa air to a reotlOB of the to reject the McKolght raised a oplnlel cannot has been lo all Ike dapnto most people to Isarn a of BeUUer but by widespread German rsee In Britlsb and other colonlts all over the in the Augsburg Gazette here appears a letter from this togton full of years Atucsvurs uazeue inere appeara a mw r J r liaronne Emily djSelcheo nee which has the whole residence is GreHensUsto snr Bonne It tor from Ms Lower In asked to supplied with copies ot all musical compositions ffiostra In every town of Her fathers Utal ihv nmy uvasttrc ap sj ui for her children Orate Uita of tttx Paris CoiTW pondcntof Ost tiODdaB Incere wtthont roffering there was s Ul well that hU so appanotly eren Vtth jnlet ptaeeful treasures a lessons from capable of imatatlogi with and calls may H hean Dlaeed the question where it was when the us reject After iomedisouj and the lattw f Immolate of the urging that It departure from the ejUblUhedWlcy ot measure from whtohno food could might pare the way for much evil that j bill had beei read leveral to the BOH f fflndif there wu anspoiBibUrjr of any good ertslDf g The was continued for some time fonne said Unt sedm bill approprlatlnK u may be necessary and would atsire them of his been high Doughe wai Ms snd wherever you whether for weal or I speaker closbd wilh an eloquent but no arrange ments havtno been for reporting we able to obtain It the bonorable WnUeman he his seeming please at hfceffoJv him as Sanitor fronj theiUne BUr J A Oolhonn said ten years the Halted States The war will last there to to the confliofwlll neer Tbe South will not see It nnttf U to too They will become leeltle while the North will grow stronger and It may be that thi Booth to beginning lo see what Mr nlieteen years before he M i of Horace Kent as and as Secretary Afier the announcement of the object of the meet George Sumncr offered tlie following pre amble and resolutions in the opinion of this the time has arrived when the merchants of this city as far as become their own Importers and that those now engaged In the importation of foreign should unite together for tlie purpose of direct trade Ills known that a large portion of the goods now Imported by our mer chants are landed at some of the Northern and feeding that In order to effect this chauge Ills aecetsary to act In concert 1 Tbat In so far u our capital and facilities will us lo do we will import our own goods of foreign growth or manufacture di rect to this 2 fimolatd That those of us who now have or ders In the hands of agenu or await execution for the spring ourselves louse our beat efforts to the good shipped to James even at an advanced rate of and that from and after the Brat day of January bind ourselves not to give an order for for eign goods to any parly without an undeslandlng that such goods shall be shipped to when practicable In order to fa cilitate Uie object we have In we herehy pledge ourselves to unite upon tome ono or more responsi ble shipping agents at That a commltee of IMS appoln ted to draft an agreement in accordance with the above and procure the signature of every merchant In this city In tho Importa tion of foreign and that said paper be deposited with the Secretary of Uje Bord of Trade of his i After some the preamble and resolutions were adopted with great The Chair appointed MessrsGeorge Andrew U Klleit and John the committee under the third Wm offered the following That a committee ofthree be appointed to make Inquiries and report npon the propriety and practicability of establishing a line of packets between Richmond and This was adopted with equal and the Chairman announced Jt W DeVoss and Thomas This meeting was well attendld by ihe raont subtan tlal and actlvx business men of and al though quite a number of gentlemen rc maikes upon the resolutions before the voles were yet there was nothing said for mere Il was a meeting cf earnest business men for the transaction of business vital to to Rich mond and to the We have confidence In this It Is made by the right at right and directed to the right The Importers of dry are engaged with our shippers and exporters of to In oompartng aad we have no doubt they will Bod that the presnt foreign busi ness of Richmond Is sufficiently Urge to Justify the establishment of a line of monthly packets to Uver An tdjornsd meeting to to beheld Saturday at It Is staled that Prince Luolen Bonapart taa printed catalogue of the worka edited by him In the various dial jots ef list of The more recent works are the Can ticles In teh Gospel of Matthew In the Amog the has printed iu liaivs ol Of the iie portion comes from Great Urnaiu bu owinj to the Uiat neiirly all vessels leaving fur Mex icau 1Aciflc at the wu iu order to ilrceive the Meil cau at and the srcurcly t succeed iu making u successful cscan frotu Hi Mellcau revenue Oing to llus old i EngUsn faders ou llie Pacific cuatt of BrilUh trade Jo mil give a 5tantai the British CDintnerce witl For many years the and was N Mexico b from the head waters Missouri This trade been gradually uutll now It Amounts to very popuUUou of Ihr Northern Stales bj the Uie Indian has left these Stales su that they are uo louder to reaard the hardy adventurers who used cmne over throush a aavaffo to turiithh llriiu wtLh actual ueccutiles and a lex Tills trade has declined tnnrr thjtu that to iilNer ol tlie but a great falling ou has taken plttcc iu the whole trade of the Al Ihe of foreign trade with Mexico is Since the beginning of the country biru tu a continual civil The roads have except tu those who rUk ttielr liTes proiteny hourly to the mercy of So uioupy truus port has left the capital tor ear and and during that not or 000 his found It way out uf the ciumry by smuggling aud arrangements ihe Con Should civil conllrue another year it is Uir to estimate that in like everything will be at couipUe sUndstllL A Nnw ilcpfBLtos Iusx Washington cor ol Hie llalltmore Sun writes A new plank has been added of late to thllepub Mean the object of which setros eu gage the sympathies ot the negruphlllats for the free people of us well thiwe in As the free blacks caunol anywhere In the free the advantages of equal social conilition with the it Is proposed to colonise theiu iu sornt portion of out of the present limit of the United where they can be under protec tion as tuts government may be willing or to af ford ThU project originated with when Representative in Congress from aud it now holds a prominent place in tlie reiundeled Re publican as recently promulgated by Bain of who next to is the favorite candidate of the Republicans for the There is one objection to the the towit Us But Independently of that It be a very good To colonlai the people of or even a portion of them equal to their an nual would he a heavy expense to the Fed em Government and If they refuse to go how they be forced to The abolition wing of the par ty would oppose the as they have done the LiUeriaii they It would re move au evil alleudant ujttin I THKRK Too a recent election In this a Ud presented himself at ihe to claim Ihe benefit of the elective franchise ieellni a deep Interest in certain tlie father who was evidently oppwd to the boys pref erence stood at tbr oallotboxanil challengrd his rliiht to on the ground of his not being of The young man declared he was years that he knew and Insisted on his The father beconMng and as the savingIs to bluffhlm oCT before the judges said Now will yon stand up there and contradict met Jont 1 know how you areT Wasnt 1 111 looked his contempt for the old mans as hi hastily replied spose you was wasnt I there settled the and In went Iho scions Tint editor of the Hartford Times says manufacturer called upon us this and v share of his business had heen done thei But that bis trade had been cut off tbto he already feels most disastrously the that lately been Industriously encouraged at the His liints at tha Southwant no more of his and ire ui by paais in stomach or bcw of If trivA is cuatiuutd at oiie Ibere an atid u llic mvtuLh which learOfi afttr free mlria tnhilMbut Vitis im occurs frvm sheer iniioni drt g ve to the itoftdy Kelivf Tht of a cose of calcined maenevu will aid ur of the notfchs Tllt Kriief do iu work wait without liie trouMed with lLo ahirvc ym bj euus ii I the of the A chamic hmuouuf and luuaUa u rwult t f IIIA wfc and tfuoi checked tn tiu wuitliiipt nna veil to of iY the the br this c may t checked bT made up of of the Ucaoy Relief and ncit tiauilac lite of wtio arc affect b fi m irrftaUhjc to Uie and air so juv iouiiv im Ai and and Heady He to tr LChtU aad eon the fliiauui of irniaung the which are la all BOCO ill were cf M k ii a remOTtall Laoes of Uoipleut Are A UM nuUihatid ii tnK uirccuy u A dioi Mvl the Keltot and will toon restore the to he Farmery anJ all liable to ihe stress rarely fatal The fumrt f tirti i Ash titc iy co KcluI wJi ir re Ami 4 u acU ot oil Uie of suljj ci to a Kui this Ken jvauue he as a wtU ale ia sUsit t wbcrclii yuiUUu mrntal or tiuclftl ara not only productive ol Mil a rawuUitftmfnt or soft ciiiK tlto t tiie approach nay i eulas itui iho parrol 01 a ami similar Htuiv la Ulal i anu Ua uii afiw IMs in a few y iw tuv and and runroua yome iqio uui Cftfniitrtf Mmtt Nk nemnaU aaa UfUu i sildnlieteenycs i for so Q te see f chesTfaUy rob loVSoDg of Solomon In fonre Sogllsh Lowland and the dialects of Newcastle and prservlng for the use of In those ae spoken by the native Ungnage In as snokec population In teh reign of ArmulstUon be made upon thu Qorerment ot thU nnde the Fugitive Slave for the sur of Wi Impending Profwor eipendjrom HortE ia where he held bjeonforrluF York V a his this winter will bq 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recoaunond to Countrr We Vel axurad from our Intimate tnt any burtneu entrusted u jou via receive prompt and Wtahlnc TOU tverr we vour BKS W B IT LOf K marMwly IKIS11 Uiow uf tho aJtouJl see that tiie ati uiey are Wiilvii with thfull fc a guarantee of This ciutlnn Is rtudernl mve M quantitlrt Inferior and dtfvtle UDCDS ar adMon and seitleJ vlth tianie ot KicUAko by Irish reyruleM f the inlury thus inflicted alike on tie American aikit Uke nuumfito tuiers of the genuine wil U abuidou a iiisntos pun1 ran imponcd on with Goods of a wor hleas 4 ttOTlowlr New WATKRS Vndfr an Wl Ur tatd L a U an ell IwJe of a 1 ii Blank I Krr f A 1 a ulut Sa I I P tnta B T d icry Tarile lu Raio N orK o Prit Lett r o tel l a vn My i SilVrup una MdltioiMo wt h l of nicies loo numerous lo IJT Iurvhrf the Iwfrre pure KAUJ to SKirr J 1 UN IT C T O K WIOUUU IB C it I PRO V or Kan AID QoHMiaoi San Thenew addtUea to this aew Isbsuif rapldfy eomptetedthe upper ttacf hebjg already 1 here large eOff nMtt mtdortnji one 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