Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 18, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 18, 1855 Page 4
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NEW 10RK HERALD. 'AM KS eoaooi IHllIfi PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. mice K. W. CORNRB OF N ABB AC AND FCLTOM 8T9 tHKMS. kuA w mhmnc Tilt: DJILX HEKALD, 3 anC per "opy, ft omwnt. Tilt WEEKL v HEI' A Ll>, rcry b'atuniuy at < \ ?ids pte f 1 m (MMKu/t; lA? SurvfiAm ?iil< n annim to R fkM (.1/ OrW Hrilain, or (6 (</ <u?r port i>/ tA* Continent, both imdwlt f-xtw fAlatue XJL ..No 3'iO A*ri?EMRNT? tOUOR OW RVRN1N3. AVOIDS AT TTRATRE, Broadway LutitrTU Bjbcu? To I'amh AMD Hack. OVt' KY Tff< aTRp;. Rowarr?Nipped in the Bud TaK Wuite Holt? Foutoke's Fkouc UPTON'S HIEaTRE Chamber* itreot?8mA Water R?>? BUKI1? VlLKlKS AND BIS DlNAB. 4fAI.IACK'* TftRATRR, Broadway ?PCWiASER? Masifcst Dbwini? Loam or a Dovhr. idOll'H M1NSTBKUI, 414 Broadway?Ethiopia* Pea MB>aNurs iCCKDfiY'N BORLKSQtJB OP&RA HOOMR, 53# Broad R?r? l""u?"?"RUll Ol'KAU AMI) NKOKO ELVtTMH.a? 4BCRANICS' BALL., 472 Broadway Paul. MACaAuaraa'i 1>?" - Mauiuuba ACADEMY D JIX, GC3 Broadway?Battd* or Bvyntii WPIRR PALL?Totru or Edropb?Nikqe or Bebamtopol. Sm? York, StDidwy, Novrnilirr 18, 1859. ITlie JNewa. The Washington Union confirms onr despatch published jcrtenby, and nays the despatches troin our Minister at London contain assurances that thire is nothing whatever In the diplomatic relati ons hctwien the Un'ted States and Great Britain that need awaken solicitude in this country. The Union emphatically denies the statement that Mr. Bu chanan had cxpres cd m mpathy with the British government, notwithstanding which it is asserted in diplomatic circles that both Marcyand Buchanan did manifest their sympathy for the Allies. Major Emory, one of the commissioners to survey the bounds! tes of the Gadsden purchase, has arrived in Washington, and the decision of the government in regard to the three millions due Mexico will be ren dered early in the week. It is thought the decision will be favorable to the gentlemen who hold Santa Anna's drafts. The letters from our correspondents in London, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, and other parts of Eirope giving all the news, gossip, Ac , In the Old World, published in to-day's paper, will be found entertain hig a m1 instructive. Le.tcrs from different parts ?>? Mexico ;uc also given this morning, which will fur ni.-h our leaders with sonic idea of the condition of affairs in that distracted country. Onr Havana let tera give full particul irs of the loss of the brig Ti i bone, of New Orleans, and the subsequent forcible seizure of the wreck by a baud of men from Nas sau, N. P. During a fire at Alexandria, P. C., on Thursday nigh', cue of the walls of the honse fell and buried a nuniler of persons under it. Five dead bodie s have been taken troin the rains, and five others se riously injured, out of w hom hud since died. kb - iv. Page, Be.' ou A Co. have obtained a judg ment for 1 .1.727 against the city of St. Louis, for damage arising out of nu injunction case. In the Board of County Canvassers yesterday an exciting debate was had on a resolution offered by Supervisor WaUenvau.ol tin? Twelfth ward, defining the powers of the Board, which was finally lost by a tie vote No other business was transacted. A re port is given elsewhere. The returns of the City Inspector inform ns that there were 3<i7 ik t'an in this city daring tlio part Week?11 1 adult'i and l; 3 children. The most pro minent, causes of death were:?Bronchitis, 12; con sumption. :7; convulsions (iulrntile), 16; debility, (iuiartile) 10; dial; baa, 1; dropsy In the head, scarlet fever, 22; typhus fever, s; inflammation of bowels, !); inflammation of lungs, If); marasmus (infantile), 20; old age. 5. There were 8 deaths From violent causes, 2! deaths in the public in-titu tkius,arid 21 sillllioru rases. The following is (he classification of (lie diseasesBoucs, joints, Ac., 3; brain and nerves, til; generative organs, 6; heart and blood vessels, !?; lungs, throat, Ac , 105; old age, A; skin, Ac , and eruptive fevers, 2(1; stillborn and premature Firths, 2G; -orunch, bowels, a ad other digestive organs, 40; uncertain seat and general fevers, '. 7; urinary organs, t. Of the entire number 11 were natives o. England, 3 of France, 10 of Ger. many. .1,1 of Ireland, and 210 of the United .State?. Including some lotnot previously reported, the wales of cotton yesterday reached about 1 ,'iou bales, the market closed firm without furl her change in pi ices. Vlour, for good common to extra State brands, again advanced from 6'c. a 121c. per hhl., with tolerably five .-ale*, both to the d inie-ti trade and for export. Gcod to prime lots of wheat were 2c. to ?,c. higher. Indian com closed at 99c. all. Pork was steady wit!" nl change in prices Sugars wcie firm, but sum* 1 ss active, as holders stack out fi r prices above tin views of buyers. Freigid * were -teu<" ?, v ith a fair nun,nut of cDgum-mom ? Owing to rumor that ICnglaod had pruluhitcd tli" exportaticu of saltpetre, both from England and Calcutta, the article became buoyant in this nur ket. arid sales of both ci ideund refined have been made at improved prices. TmcGfioi ;u j.b tui'fi y am) Their Pi.vr soi.u AVoes i,'R run ('\.\ti Oovven thin. ?At a grand rally of the democracy," at Columbus, Georgia, the other day, Hon. Howell Cobn, iu ilic chair, a series of strong hard shell re?olui">ns were adipled; among which win* ihe iultmvinir*? 8 ltesotv d lh*< ? i ?-"-i .lie 1 and i,r,ffior that tlio dean rf i-n! > Nothing i rty nil rgbi be leju'CiiU' iu ' i ?? ia!i-uc'. ?? invent 'ii ? , the doni" r.i tW inr'). VkWk ll t? Ml n C.n'lmvttl next "fifing. the i>r. ol ir nii.aiieg ciirlld .|t"i f r I're-ldviu aid YV-o 1 :c i-f ? tl,,. it in ,-rati ? iiiti '.vnow N" til! IS Bietiiln'is of 'he Iegi-Uture, 1 g"tUer with sucll ?>th< r ne ml ;?'r'li>- >r' may 1 . u -en to Attend from lln ir i c-| eellVc Iand I re h re'iy re quested to nu-ot '-ii e convenient tlm" '..ring the pre sent pi .-i n ud sol e; twenty delegates to <1 canton Jit'll l a hi -i.iui 9 lie- l. si, il'.i' our dilogiite- siid r ,nT<'n'ion ough , in our ? pinion, to !>o inn!: ict, I by th,,-?* w a shell mp| cint tla m t' i. . i-' lp' li the . ojbai of ,i plittlorai of j.i ii,ci| i ?- 'he I,* i- ? f i n.iti > <oyinl/,illon. prior t" 'he I , T. Inatien of r. tidc , < s nt d ttint ,-nnl pi--, form diall, a: no g n r '-iig-, in-finle in su!?i in:" the f <1 h.wiiig prop , itlons : ? 1. 1 t corrnill hi and ad ptlon of the )" InciplrtAcsU V l.alud lu illc Kiu-im-n, Inn*,act. ?. 1hnt r eithci : i,e Missouri comproml-ie nor nny other ? nil '.livel y 1C trjetton aluiiI h'-reafter bo cxte-do I over unj teiTi'orj-s the I'ulto I -'i.le-?. a The proinpt and lii.lil'ul Oil r itlon of the KugitlVB -Ijve Ian, mot its permanent continuance upon 'le- *ti 1ut?- book. This i? to the point, to (he purpose. A plat form, Fy all means, before the ticket is nomi nated. \S"e want to see our New York -oft - brought ? juai" up" to face the music. We dure ay. : . tin -n' tantl&lly these Georgia resoluliot - v ill t - ih<> Cincinnati platform: and as they mule ? fni and open L_ht with H'Wu'd. hi - Noiihern Holy Alliance . nil lliuir auditions principles, w ? sceoud the motion. We expect the American party in their re-organi zfttion for the Presidential campaign, will also oct ii py strong OR' i?nal ground upou ih ? slavery siur-tb.n, in addition to a bold demand fur a change of, ami various practical reforms in, ih" administration a' M asbington; wbich, by tin. by. th" (i orgin dciuocruey appear to have entirely ?>*? rlook'tl. At nil events, in th,> f.>regoing (icvivuia resolutions, we Apprehend we have 'he fin-is of th- reunion ol the domo erncv. North nml South, hard anil soft. I? Price .lnhn N'ari Bun n qunlHied and ready to . w.illiAv ihi d"-' . No ii ire dodging now. " fi'iiuN p . Ti;n." The imlcpendi at Liquor dealers' party and their tickets and their ggoney. It liur, is a balance remaining over, let it be appropriated to (he white washiug of Tammpny 1' >" Seward Policy-It lUkM Two Parties aad Two doToromtnti. The distinctive Seward abolition party is es sential disunion. It is hosed only on principles whose tendency is and whose effect must be, the destruction of the government and all its inte rests? its commerce, its railroads, its manufac tures. its mechanic arts, its telegraphs, its mo> rnl power, and, above all, its position before the world as the representative of liberal ideas and popular rights. These are the sacrifices required of ilie American people to give effect to ibe Eutopian policy of Mr. Seward?to his mad crusade against the constitution, with a view of effecting his anti-slavery purposes. Ibe question comes home to existing party sul .divisions with peculiar force: Cana citizen ot the L nited Siuits?an American?occupy any other ground thau that of hostility to the Seward movement uud tio his duty to hiseouu 1 ry . 1 hat movement looks to u dissolution of 'be Union. Those, then, who regard 1 acts uud uot forms, must see that in reality there can be but two parties in this country?those who support the government, and chose who seek its overthrow. The black republicans oc cupy one of these extremes; the hards, lUe sons, the Americans, the wings, in truth, occu py the other. If they do uot?if individuals ol either paitj make the republican tenets an urlicie ol their creed, they, in fact, arc abo iitiouists. It is manifest, indeed, that the public miud is gradually, but certainly, approaching tin one gn at issue. It is natural, and, indeed, iu < vliable, that it should be so; because it in volves nil the highest interests of the people, und in every sense must be regarded as the : uperior question of ibe day. In reaching it individuals are required to pass tiio severe or deal ol putting their prejudices in subjec tion to their reason and their patriotism. I hose \Yho, without exactly knowing why. have come to regard the institution of slavery as a hatelul sa.rittco of the rights of uuu; those who have been taught to believe that in the organization of the government the slave holders have secured undue advantages?in short those who have stood upou the extreme North, and have listened only to partisan ap peals and misrepresentations iu regard to affairs in the South, have imbibed strong pre judices against the men and the local institu tions of I hat section of our common Uutou. At the first blush, when leading men of their own portion of the country proposed to organize a party upon stricily sectional grounds, and w ith a view of cnlistiug in its support the cbi9s ol Northern minds to which we have referred, it was natural enough to expect that there would be found a very large number to sympathise with the movement. There were many who did lit first thus fall into the black republi can ahnijtiou organization ; but there were also a large class who, exercised by a severe hosti lity ngains; slavery, were still unwilling to be ranked as its political enemies?a positiou ol evident hostility to the federal Union which v js formed on the basis of that relation, lie ace the apparent diversity of opinion as mani fested by the recent elections?hence the sub division of the p ople into three or four dis tinct parties representing, if wo may so speak, the various shades of belief between the two radical extremes ot union and disunion. Now It is apparent--ns obvious as any thing "f the future can be?that there is going on iu He juMic mind a rapid approach to these two extremes. Indeed, it is inevitable that they must absorb every otlmr organization. There is noil ing now in mere names; it is tin facts to which the public is directed. The black rc I publicans Lave planted themselves upou the distinct ground of hostility to slavery?their success would be the overthrow of the Uuiou. ! Patriotism comes to the rescue, and it will re- ! quire 'nut little time to drive from thousands ' of our people the morbid prejudices which 1 years of curt fill teachings, on the part ot the Seward demagogues, have instilled into thoir minds. Phe effect ol the issue lorced upon the country by the negro men, maybe illus trated by referring to foreign invasion, with a view of subverting our government?a mea sure wlticb would be resisted from one end of the republic to the olher. It would call iuto action?just us any serious menace to the I nion would -the most vigorous and decided patriotism?it would sink at once all mere peace prejudices against slavery?all cavillings at the 'slave power ?all denunciation and all sec tional animosity, and unite the whole country as one mun in defence of our federal institu tions. Patriotism in the United .States is the supe rior sentiment of the mind; it is vigilant and jealous, and may he roused at a moment's notice. II is a practical idea?it looks to ends, and it will as ,-oon resist uu enemy springing up with in our own borders as one pounced upon u l'rom abroad. It sees no difference between the overthrow of the L'uion l>y the force of mo narchy and ihc force of abolitionism- no diffe rence in an enemy led by Louis Napoleon and .m cnemykdby William 11. Seward. 1 here are, in fact, but two parties?those who, w ith the black republicans, attack direct ly or indirectly, on the question of slavery, the federal constitution, and those who sus tain that compact. All internedi it-e ground i. a compromise tun ween right and wrong a compromise which cannot be maintained, and which must tie surrendered as the contest ad vances. The constitution is the only bases? the terminus of all ethical and all ju t po litical deductions from the premises, it is well for the quasi-solts and the seceding rhilnilelphla Know Nothings to consider this fact. 1 he issue presented by the aboli tionists does not admit of men stopping at any half-way house tliev will have to serve their country or serve the fa< tiouista -its ene mies. All those wordy resolutions cond-Tun ing slavery aud cui-iug Kansas and popular sovereignty, to catch a pacing breeze, miot be abandoned, and parties must com. out and ; ustain the disunlonists of sustain the govern ment. The Wilson Know Nothings in the North? nun who got into the American c imp to betray it and compel its surrender to the aboliliouh Is, and to a great extent succeeded ? should ho tanked and treated us traitors to the Ami rlean cause and to the American gov ernment. We have come to that point in our domestic affairs when it is necessary, and absolutely tn crt-aiy. t<> know alike our friends and our ene mies. Parties are to be known by these de signations a much as in time of war. On the side of the gov eminent is enlisted the repre sentatives of all our material wealth and all our productive industry, whose tenure* are found iu order and the faithful di-cbnrge of public duties. Wc have also enlisted against the agitators the patriotism of the country?a patriotism that achieved its independence and that now as vigilantly guards its honor as in , the days of the Revolution. It is a practical patriotism?a liberal, magnanimous patriotism ?a pervading, sleepless patriotism ; aud it is not only capable of sustaining the government, but is able to put down and utterly disgrace its enemies. And it will do so. What we claim is its union into a great party ; and that union will lie effected the moment the public liber ties arc seriously menaced, whether by aboli tionists at home or by governments from abroad? 1 lie Effect* of the War upon Commerer. and The Independence of Ogrto til tare. Upon commerce and capital fall the first pt-nultics of war. They are the bankers and the endorsers of the government tor account 9t the great branches of productive industry w Inch are ultimately called upou to foot the bills. It is not strange, then, that in the pre sent struggle between the Allies and Russia, crious derangement has been proluced in monetary and strictly commercial circles, which, in truth, are identical. The deprecia tion of stocks, loss of confidence on the part of email and prudent fund holders, commercial discredits and suspicions?effects as apparent in me United States as iu England aud France? showing the' intimate connection of all the trading States of the world and their liability to the penalties of war, no matter by whom prosecuted?are the ripening fruits of the East era controversy. Meanwhile agriculture? which is in reality as much the primary source of wialth as of subsistence?so tar has been undisturbed. This is par ticularly the case in this country, where its productions, though demanded by nearly all the States of Europe to meet the positive wants of the people, are greater than the means capital has to spare to move Hum forward. It is a remarkable fact con nected with our country, that while stocks o' every description have lor the last forty days been falling?in many cases to the extent ol uttccn or twenty per cent?nearly every description of agricultural products have been rising. That much of this is owing to the ex traordinary demand caused by the failure of the crops on tie other side of the water, we admit; but it is also evident that agriculture, well in this country us in the belligerent States, is the last to be affected by war. We see no reason, looking to these phenomena, to believe that the great producing interests oi this country are to be injuriously affected by ibe prosecution of the Russian war. Mean while, the commercial and hanking clashes oT the world are directly liable to the penalties which the withdrawal of money from the ordi nary channels of trade, the distrust thereby created?and often created by the uncertainty in which the future, ut such times, is enveloped, and the sudden and unforeseen demands made upon capitalists for money?demands which must be met in order to sustain the credit of previous advances. This money is drawn from all the trading States alike?that one pay ing most which is the best off?the rewards offered being sufficient to produce tbc required means It is certain tbat the United States, lor in stance, during the last ninety days, has contri buted of its specie to France aud England to aid in the operations of war, uud to meet n : cessities caused by its prosecution, their full quota of the precious nietuls. Mouey has gone forward apparently in utter violation of the laws of trade, but in truth, iu obedience to the pupcrior demands of war, which has set i aside those luw s. Hence the derangement of the blocl, market?the depreciation of every species of securities, State and corporate?the loss ol individual couQdence?the withdrawal of deposits from the banks, and the general curtailment of operations. While all this has | taken place, in manifest sympathy with move ments on the other side of the water, the staple products of American agriculture have main tained full prices, and. it must be confessed, were never in a more healthy and prosperous condition. The truth is, in the United States, which is a vast individual proprietorship? where the onerous aud oppressive relation of landlord and tenant is hardly known?agricul culturc has grown to be an independent and unassailable interest?an institution or govern ment by itself. It bolus no other relatiou to commerce and money than that of the simple exchange of its products lor specie or its equi valent. it possesses the key to the Malakoff of all other interests, which it has invested, and may compel (o surrender by withholding its I 11 pplies. l! dot ; not (ear a suspension Of spe cie payment.-, because it ims the absolute pott r to draw specie at will?it is independent. Fit teen years ago it was an indebted and depen dent branch ot labor. It extended its oper <? tiers over the whole plain of the lakes. into Texas and the Southwest; it opened Califor nia and Oregon, anlbecamo indebted and dis credited. But it lvas already di- ;harged Its <ibligations, without the aid ot a bankrupt law; and now. in New York. Ohio. Michigan, Indiana, Illinois. Wisconsin and Iowa, it is alike the most wealthy and prosperous of all the branches of labor. Equally rapid and suc cessful Las been its career in the South and Southwest. The terrible crash of 1*37 -the peri* d of its greatest < xpnie i? ri rhrew it into UUtr discredit, but within i it year- it h;w tisin to be no < .tircly s?<. oew- <ul and indepen dent interest. It is- well thus to con-ider the character and relations of the 1? adiag dep .; tu. nits of Ame rican industry and < ntr>rpri?o, especially iti the present critical state ot European aifaiis. It j well. bc< '.u-e we sho.ild endeavor to for'i ly ourselves at our weakest points and to place i t faience and rellaure upon our strougc-t ii. i j. That every brunch of labor aiftl every occupation ol uiati i.- .dentificd io some ex' at, ii- triiej but they are not mutually bound to I not l- and lo?< s alike, any more tiiau are the individuals composing our trail* tig community. Those who ate connected with stock opera tions, either as permanent bold' r-i r holders lor a rise. tnk< all. or i nrly all. the ri.-!. and pt naliti< - of the pre-eut w ur, ,-o far as it act upon American securities. It is niu dfest that those ctlects do not in like in inner fill upon the farmers and tho.-e clas-es of small m liu n't* Immediately dependent upon Ihoirt for ?ij port. They are quite independent of the holding their position by a tenure abso lutely distinct, in fad putting every*other in to ; t in cut jeetiun to them. Of com ri this is applicable ouly, in fact and ileduct'on. to the I nited States. Agricultuti in England, France and liussia tnu-t alternate ly foot the biE* of their lighting soldiers and tbeir belligerent governors. Their national debts are already 'enormous?that of England, requiring to meet its interest near three times the current revenues of the United States. Lands are held by large proprietors anl are worked at rates which barely sustain animal existence. Agriculture there is a dependent interest, it is deeply mortgaged, heavily taved. it lies at the foundation and sustains to a great extent the aristocracy. In truth, it is a mere stock investment?held by the same men who bear the nalioncl debt and supply means to carry on the war. Seward and the Cathouos?A Dead Fai lure.?Every body knows that for many years past W. II. Seward has industriously exerted himself, behind the sccncp, especially, with all sorts of artificeB, to catch the Catholic vote. He Las so tar succeeded as to secure a public acknowledgment from Archbishop Hughes that Mr. Seward is his friend, for whom he, the ven erable prelate, has a high personal regard; but that appears to be all. In the late election, not liking the "nigger worshipping" features of the platform of the black republicans, the Irish Catholics voted the hard or the soft shell democratic ticket. And mark the result. The Seward organs are pitchiag into mother Church, right and left. The Buffalo Exyrua, for example, gives up the job of bamboozling the Catholics into abolitionism, in ihc follow ing amiable ideas:? Under its pienent rule of spiritual teaching we can ro gtnd the Catln lie Church in no other light than as a poli tical institution, whose purpose is to atrcngtheu the chains of slavery, snil build up a corrupt dynasty pledged to its perpetuation in a free country ? ? * * In this, the Church of Rome assumes a party p< litical po sition in the United States, and deserves the respect only which attaches to our political lrUtwns and contests, it lias stripped oil' its sacred robes of religion, and now stands ilad, by its priests and presses, iu the garb of poity misrepresentation and traduction. It has selected its position, hot it lie regarded in Us true character, as a uiero nursery for Franklin 1'ierco and his pro-slavery coadjutors to grow voters in, by which that political dy nasty and the slaveocracy of tho cjuntry shall he pcrpe tua od. The black republican organs in this neigh borhood have expressed similar opinions; and thus we are free to presume that IV. II. Seward lias authorized the experiment of wheedling ihc Irish Catholics into his ranks to be aban doned. Fat may be a servaut, but he can't bow down to Cuffee, and so he is kicked out of (he Sev.ard camp. *What rascals are these smooth-faced politicians! Am. Right?Perhaps.?Tho Washington Union says:?" We are satisfied, upon such inquiry as we have been able to make, that no cause, inducement, or plausible pretext of war, or even ol serious misunderstanding, cau be found in any question now pending between the two countries, and that, therefore, no ap prehension on the subject need be entertained by the friends oi peace, cither in Great Britain or in the United States." That's Marey; but as all decisions on this subject have come from Caleb Gushing thus far, we must hear Gushing

before we cau feel perfectly safe. Will the organ give us Mr. Cushing:s latest opinion ? Wall street is waiting for it. A Beward Philosopher.?The Buffalo oracle of the Seward faction, in a chapter of advice to the Albany Van Jiuren democratic organ, says "the Atlat should nurse its philosophy, cultivate a more genial spirit, learn to be con sistent, and try to he happy." This reminds us of the two Irishmen assailed by an over powering adverse faction, a. <1 left prostrate and bleeding on the ground. " Are you there, Pat?" "Yes. Mickey." ??Well, look at me, and lie still and be comfortable, you vaga bond." KIM.O'H O.UiDI.N ?M'UJi Raciikl's F.tRBWEI I. ?M'llo Ra chel's performances se Nlblo'e Garden were brought to a close last Bight, * hen sb- played u "Fhedre" i.ud "Le jioi -eaude I.esbio." The hou-e was crowded to excess with tlie most brilliant ami fashionable audienoe thai we hare <?n in a New York theatre for many adey. The ; lays have be i ct' fore bet n described in the lir.B.ui>. The great tTupAli'tinc was as great as ever, and even seemed to cateh more in j 1 rat ion from the Interest of the occasion, i his was ):er tv enty-ninth night in New York, and the re ceipts amounted to the liigliest sum, wo think, ever taken at the doors < f this theatre. The performance was reciivcd with enthusiastic applause tlirougliout, and ai its close 'il'lle nnctiol recited a tarewell address, in rbyme, of wbieh we give four lines as a specimen Terjc de l'avt nir fcconde par la fol, Palut! I ?' temps \ alncu n' i pas encor pour tot Molssonne ie pa--e, flu# in" jutes scmonceg Con v rent, dun le present, <les borkons luimonsee, T] ere were several C'lupbruentaty romaiks about tVahbiogtou, Young America, the heroes of the lievolu tlen, ana other pleasant topics.|It wis an effort m. whites Called ''Buncombe," and was injudiciously printed some twenty lour hours before It was deliver i. ft was very flatly rendered by M'llo Rachel, and at it* close she xe tired ninid loud cheers. Pi e roes to rhiiadeljdxia, where she acts at the Walnut street theatre on Monday nest, and thence to the South, Sbo will return to us, it is said, in May. \\r cay, the sooner the better. Siavol Intelligence, The raited States store ship Relief, Commander Rowan, from Rio Janeiro, arrived at this p >rt on Friday night , she briny v home S. TV. Spencer, late chief mate of th-' clipper ship Sea Witch, for trial, tor the murder of t'ap:. Prater ; also, Dr. Brolnky, th" second and third mites and six of the seamen. The following is a list o( th1' oflici ru of the Relief :? H. B. Rowan. Lieet Commanding; James P. Thornton, Master; \t. W. J. Kelly, Purser; Edward Hen crdoo, Hii'geon; Edward C. (.raftnn, II. Harmony, aod .,'uii ? s Bruce, l'assed Mtd ' 'pinen. Ti e sloop-of-war St. Louts, Capt. Livingston, sailed from the Delaware on the 14th lust., for the e 'ast of Af rica. Hie sliop-of war Cyane, Capt. Fairfax, OOk her puw der on board on Friday ia.t and is now at Q uarantine, ready to fake htu depatture tor the West Indies. The frigate I'otcuuij, the llag ship of the Home f<iuadr< n, has been pointed throughout, and look,- as tine as ii n< u veset 1. It ie aid that sbe will s tU on Tuesday re rt for tl.o West Indies. Marine A flairs. The I'. P. tnall steamer Arngo, Capt. I.ine , sailed yes terdoyatld o'clock, f r Havre vii Southarapton. .-h took out s pi's.cngers uml $ 1,M in specie. The steamship Attgu la, t'-apt. Lyon, arrived yi "rday from r'avannnb. Thti purser has <?>..' thanks fur favors. At a meeting of the >1 (Engl mdj |)n t fom.. i tee held on November 1st, a letter was read from I irs. ,1 aciit, Taylt r ar.d Tipper, on ti. object of the ]? ,-iai nem bestbiug of Aaserican hips, tins comyani com plains against the ??ystem bow pursued as one 1 ? die i l.n ituorei' as -hip loaders. They (i .iiiu-et?-?.iv p l.e I Indn uui od urn ' ow York a l<"t day ign. and sunt into th tvater'o.. lt?wk. t'ne woubl niitnr.illy sn|t> I c that. |mi' ng the same does as ofbe s, ip? -lie woiil' to j . i . on the tir-r vacant In h m tin.? \ (ofwl.b h itoie were oue or more); but s jcIi is o .i th ? i-ifi . We are lob that tlie o en Hertbv in Waterloo Duck an- pi rmacent I i.iis." arid our ship xunst haul into V ? t Tor'. i hicb is H.U, to vrsi lint u n to'a mi hid. til ."it tie Fidelia or Dm siinuugLt arriies, ar.d r v - dit 1 1 ! lo a iff < int'git g berth, and i- pruinbly , tu' ? d tied half b ided agniu bef" ? our unfortunate hii * ii i .on to due vtRi. fho I tti'i v.i? referred i, tlie lis.'i r oxters rommiitec. City Intellltfonr-e The: Bn r.Mtii or Wtvr.'R, ' i-mi.ti*- ?11 - , ,r\,. w. bsvc enjoyed a charming Iniuin inner with ;u mellow, le* . ? . .11 liny tls.vs, .n! soft, \n:j, ibnauxy ni'dite: tin' "11 Fiidny rigiit a oh.-o < ?,-?g chilling oils'ge- s- 1 tlie ?'n.: ciew hard er, and big black ?!? ..d* t ad* tbcii i ; i : n e. thri ti'iiing and occ.a tonsil; rooting forth r in thus ? r rnying ft>|- ? ?he p.i ti-.'i.t int.-"ii that winter w?* ? yet, afar off. Yes o:ibi . till rid -or, and .urlnr the for?no .n an unpliarsnt rein set In >'? i' h symptoms of snow MMi ice, and thu cot' nuefl until la'. ??(> -.f.. -noon when tin ! .sin etORed though It sib; remained raw, o 11 anl ilruiiy. there wss a very general mufillnc of shaw and overeoais. tud wint/ r gaiweu sere i? great rl mat"'. 1' | t" 1"* hoped hnwevr ?, iba! antumn, 1 ? most chart! .up -ea-c n we have, is no' yet over, and titer nme pleasant <lV- may interv one 'etw eu this and tl c nbt jj vtk. '.f. T II ? L1T18T fl B W 8 BY ELECTRIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. From Wu?li.Kton. DESPATCHES FROM MB HI'(JUAN AN?TOE CENTRAL AMERICAN (JUESriON?FIRE AT ALE 1 ANURIA, ETC. Warhisut>n. Murmur 17, 1855. 1 am informed that there is no truth in the report neat by some Washington eorreepnndsntH lh*t Mr Buchanan appeared bef re the err wd of rabble which hat surroun ded Lord l'alaaeiston's house, and gave them assurances that there wss really nu danger of rupture between the two gnveiomenta. Mr. Budranac In hit lotto- * makes no mention of it whatever. If nuythirg- f the. kiud hail occurred, it ia believed hero ho would undoubtedly have nu ntioned It. It is arser'ed in dipl-malic el re lea here, notwithstanding the Union unaquiv?cVly denies it, that Marcy and Buchanan did ruanife-t tLeir sympathy for the success of tbo Allies, and that our Minister to Turkey, Carroll t'penro, did the same thine; and furthermore, tha one of the editor* of the Union w->d unanimously ois charged by tho administrate n for writing an a'ti 1} in which lie strongly condemned t h - course iiiusuod hy Bus sia. As for Matey, he lias hu<t too much diplomat!.: prseticeof late, trir'- the Boule allalr, to he caught. The Union of this morning says hut ties -Etches hy the Pacific confirm the assurance* 'hat there it n -tiling whatever in the diplomatic rebutt a* hetweon Great Bri tain and the United States which need awak?n a mo ment's solicitude on this si to the water. Tim C-in -a American question is a subject, ot ea nest discussion and very serious on some points but that diffe rence is still a matter belongtrg to negotiation. The Union conflims our despatch ot last night, and says that the dispatch of the British Meet to the West In lia sta tion was probably caused by the alarm produced by the British Consul's mistake in relttion to the hark Maury. The Union also gives a positive denial to the statement of tho Imndon Times. that Mr. Buchanan had expressed sympathy with the English g iverum- nt. Major Kmory, one of the Boundary Commissioners, luts arrived, and a flu.-t 1 disposition of the three million balance due Mexico may be I iokei lor early next week. It will be taken up in cabinet council on Monday, when the opinion of Attorney-General Pushing will ho deliv ered. It is shrewdly suspected by knowing ones that Ue will decide adversely to Mexico, ana In favor of th- gen tlemen who hold drafts of Santa Anna. The survey is, I understand, in accordance with the treaty, huviug been signed by both Commissioners, Messrs. SaUzur and Emory. The tiro at Alexandria last night was in tho cliiua store of James V. itowell, whirh was totally destroyed, entail ing a loss of about $5,000. The flro Is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. During the tire tlio wall fell, and buried quite a number of t sons, l-'ive dead bodies have been tnitpn out of the r , and five others seriously injured, one of whom has since diud. The search for more bodies ia st'-l g'ung on. In the Court of Claims, to-day, tho celebrated case of the piivuterr brig Conerul Armstrong was up and argued for the claimants by Samuel C. Beid, son pi' the captniu who tough', the baitlo out of which the claim arises. Page, Bacon A Co. A;,nlnsl (tic City and Comity or 8t. Louis. St. Loots, Nov. 17,1805. The suit of Messrs. Page, Lacon k Co. against th- city and coun'y of St. Louis, for damage', arisiag out of the in.j nctton cttce, was submitted to Court to-day. The Court gave <i images in the sum of $86,727. Thedofeud unts appealed. First Snow Slot so ot (lie Season. Chatham Eouk G avers. Nov. 17,1856. A finrw storm eoi-monced here at ii o'oloci. this after noon and continued till 7 o'clt ck this evenlug, whon a most violent raiu sot in. About ten inches of ?n.<w ha I fallen. The Southern Mall. Baltumokb, Nov. 17, 1855. New Oilcans japers of faturday and Sunday of last w-el sre to hand. The mall communication between Montgomery and Mold!o is still suspended. A portion of tho Now Orleans mails have beendep-i toll ed to New York l?y the ateamet Call vha. Marine Disaster. Ben ... Nov. 17. 1855. The ship Isaac II. Roardmati (turn Portsmouth, N. fl., for No* (7t h nns. got asliori at. ens o'eio U this morning near Whole's Park. bho will ptt.hubly get off withuut . i mage. The steamer R. B. Forbes bar gone to her assist anee. I Anlval of tltr Jaiui tt Atlg;er at Charleston. CuARiksTo.v, Nov. 17, 1865. The r S. TriAll steamship, James Adgor, arrived here from New York, at 7 o'clock last (Friday) night. Arrival of the Kiinxvlllc at Savitnnnll. Savannah, Nov. 1J, 1S55. Tho steamer Knoxville h t at rived Here, after up- tsage of 6ti hours lr?m New York, with nil on board well. Markets. PHILADELPHIA STOCK BOARD. I Rjt Aniij'i' A, Nov. 17. 1855. Ptod s dull. Pennsylvania -tate Fives. 82?^; R-idlng Bsiiroatl. 45', : long l-lanil Railroad, 12K; Morris t'acil, lkj*; 1 t'unsylvuuiH l'.e.ilrosd, , NL'v,' JatKANS, Nov. 16, 1655. Cotton has advanced ,';c. a " n"p 'bo reception of Ihe Pacific's news. The sales t <i-y were 15,0JO bales, at f \ n 8',c. fur middling. The week's . h: Is-en 67,OGO l-nlcs, and the receipts 4.1,06.) against 57,090 l->r 'lie corn .ponding week last year. The stock on hard is 'JOr.ttMt t>.-? Io-. >al"s nf cofT-e-In log t lie wtek font up 10,000 begs, at lie. for prime. Stock on hand, 31,COO hugs. CitAKf i tov, Nov. Id, 18*>5. Cotton has sdvan -el ?. a 'J ? ineo th "f the Pacific's news. -ales to-iej. 2,0Tj iniies at 0,'^c. a !)' tc. for midolii-g fair. tlnr Wnnliliigiou Chirrs *|'onslence., Nut. l-?, !Si5. Th' /la tilth Snunl J hi,'?1 ea / v i>v of Thw ?''m ti.ifforf Pttttl 'ing no' Uflmti ' Grfj'mm?A r-ru;lh < f th Hi nil A'jkc ?Inhnntiiig J. .,m lh< Plain ?LUU Thorn11r Still A'?*, il-c. At. The subject of the 1'tinisb bound dues is becoming mere and nioio interesting a the time drawn uevt at whiili our g'Toiuim nt has girtu notice we ,ea*e to jiay there exactions. T> subject, t" Denmark, 1* one of life and death, fer she hat givm format notice to tlio several l ew ra of Europi that if she be deprived of this source of tewnuo, without, an equivalent therefor, she must vin.-e to be a separate politic 1 power am- ug he ,t;i!i .u* of the earth. Tl.o Dani-h Minis U)i is .11 psase siou of ilospa'obo-' Infiirn ing him thai Knplmd is >nt: .a led it an American v 1 el lmuld 1 s.-s the Kbdaoio alter tie, first of Apr.I next without paying the nceus'miod I ,11, she 1 touM claim the san." Immunity linime, too, decla ? , tint a? -he cannot all gelliii app'ove nfili! c-mdiict of Denmark ?wards the and llu-slti, the I't iperor will rfpset tully decline interfering In her affairs with the VniteJ r'n t t?aud tliu t Denmark is b it vitb but DruSsta to old lor i'> l.r? o.isfn'turo ? It I'm'. >twsl tn diplmiv.'c. virclea litre, that there Is no ?l e !,a"\e for Peanut: k. but I ? l.n 0 1 ? e r< vi uue from the uuu line . and cause juent l.v Li r nationality, ani hecuine l into t n. ? ol the g 1 nl !' .wers of 1 nrope. Much nni-r has been ui-de about '.'oinm . lore I'mlding having b en tineml on to tta-hingion to recire spe cial iiin-1 lb ns l fc.Ore selling tor t'n i", ti.wn, 'o> h 'he mnv, mrnla of the liriiieh i-coi. I am satis!!",', fr- m in fo, matin uvmvd nt In aibgia ? 1 .J, ilia Ouii-no-lore Inulciiiu s re hi (a atsnce in Washington, ju ' at this tiu.e, i in no wry attribuiilili l.i.te action of the go> ? run nit ; but. wlc'le nailing in New Vor* for a l oinplc lii n 1 I r. pair r,n tho I "teniae, the hip of ti.e h in;n ?i-i:?,.mi, it has m en the Commodore's pleasure to |a>id a pi ili u ? f the lime 1 h< me I have the be-t r<vt.,,, to ' e it at lie h i - no! been oi lers to fireytown, as I . II. r I. II'-J III ill 1. il ? in- wM e i<lit.Ill*, pie s, i.'V has sue!. nidiis linn . oxile .itueh d by t o- Na.y II 'inin' Why slu u l>i ho go to (oe/town* X t, eer nif 1 ? 1.1 pi ? vent, any action i n ,Ui part ul t'm Hiiti 1 f, 1 tMlt,sio to he dsat.ned f thai point. I ho'who v. 1 i 1 r I i i'cTf this, cannot know the strength of Ih.s " | owerfi.i 'home -jiabrou il -tidsts of the IV ? 114c, H'Ml ;,!? ireiie ,nd I'nlmu he boloiusi , :,s I aro : el,,it- th ltd , :he l.ig-ibip, sn i is now un arming u palii > iiich will yet e ? uuio some ten ,'aye. l,i Sem i _ i. out 111 a iif.-cwl mlt-i 11, to bring oiine lie has ,'.m 1,4 limn I'art n 11 .Tin-a. Toe m.iiue sail hi a week or two, and the fulloit In a crippled con ition at ikistoa. This is the ?? uuilnn it is proposed bv umc 10 send ag.hi-t 11 fngllsh I'ei" of ' llue-ef liattle shins"? abl by li e 1 omlor VVm s ti l>e ,-n , su, - l-,r tli- Mo 1 ilto e., -1. the mil iir.1 'is'i. :? place no reliance in th" eock II I nil stories ,1 the I .oust, n Jim ??, and are 0. , in t:ie < ,,-t if , -eiutd :.biiit ti.e ilosgultacountry, exenpt ?> irr 1 - to sld aud jnmtort' nL Kiiiuiy. H.i , ? patches rireirrd ye- 1 ri'uy by (he Indian It can I , ? ??. \te ?.n pl.-lna, an highly inter,-s'ln ?. Wlen flu rgri 1 of the I f jsu 1'lat'e cou; -y h'sr that (,en. III rej hud he n alMiei to (Wit against the In dim* al ??I 1 d to his ?;?' ncy, he do- igaated a line aoufh of which d l e Simix Indians in at (," < r bo renal lered io a ho* rl'e 1 fliion towards 'lie I r. 1 ' It's ? . I.rcry ehiei, lm M Thunder cheerfully a-ade-l Idi i*elf of thiipieno ,,*"tii"'B. aiiil hf (IJl'ie vith I,I* bii.d. was i-> y routoit In the laie ba'tte- -mu of them 1 q - ?id In a mihieipuert com. i; th ? chit's gate their on ti:i if prohathm ?< all that ss-dn arei sai-i Jncnei ' - M ?. ved IJtlW Ihuudei just a* ho der i ved. Ihu's s'uvli ng i- mo ing on im 'hly, ,nd the beat fie!nig ,i?i* Utween tp? agent - and the miUtnry, In tlm battle ?n the PMb* It was -aid that I.I i. 'li.i iiilei wssklll", . hut tbi- [ raven to be nnt'ue. as h 0 w ro'ingahon* the Upper Platte counuy fithaha- l .. .'.-.tirua* B*ud ?> Con .ijr unvuitta. ^ i !i pay. The ikarff ? convened yesvrday, at I'-l M., ut the City iikl*. <" adjournment, the 1'renl dent io the cbuir, uno ? ? '' ?ru >11 attendance. In the number of out-ddem p 1*1 , there was uo dira.autloa from the previous day. Supervisor Wakkm/.v, . -f ?. e twelfth ward, said that Counsel bavine brer, bra d <"i "-he xuaalioa of the ad luissibility of the protesth ? ..Bled to thorn, it was ne cessary the; ehouto "His derision. He fol kwe.l i? . i. ng'hy >? *u.. * ? - i *v? . i.r tup k , i ?tiiierrtju by fbe mU'.uws Cla^re^:'- " " ' "" "Ket0A th" 10,1,JW Ing resolution: v r,n,.n<wm hsv.piwer tofc!^1itV,mrtd....... ? ;^Cruyu tbeoiigita' return-fr. to cubit * r[L ether f;oio the Oocnui.-i I *'" d JJJLjL" tl, seLllnC deuce of mistake. t ..r - ??T?'* *el<Ung the seme hack, pursuae'|>> J??*'? ,v'i?. fVt. Supervise l.t'isit t " th ward, offered uw following resolution a Resolved, That this ... ?> mtv Canvassers will i IW ceivc atlldaviU bhdvbin^ n. ? ">n re arris arc noi iiitf orl) id^i returns, or uh .?iu oitili' ODS ur clerical mbtakefl. imd whf on.. ? u. intfsmull appear launy etnrns, they will sm?i ? ujS|u?cUirs or ?'*ava?ificrs. o bo corrected, i?u?>uw article 1, Hwtlon 16 w he a<". of It 4? enil-lid ' ? '??enroling Kleeuons, other lmn torMlWlani ?*b?-r ti ? ?brnoriginalreturnsitr? produced, tbls Board c..o into frauds or irregttlarl Icb commuted try tbeUui ? ? rs o' Ward canvaasor*. A piotracted and * ?m ? \citcd discussion aroae upou ilif resolution n Hup*! visor isOBD, 'f* ? t hi? resolution, urged that the Board bad i? t ? ? r t?> do with the poll lists as siated in the , ?"? .dutiuna. Tho aQlda vits of renpecalne clu .g f auda a* connected with the e eet!?u, ho c i. i- -d it heir duly to entor laiu ?n>l act uuon. , , , . . Supervisor Kelly, ... nth ward, declared the resolution submitted by " ?*. visor o( the 'welldr waid (Wskemon) us tun ? ;f . out fr.m that offered the last year by tt.e v ? which he was a mem ber, and passed ..p. t> the "?nf; aired to offer r t " .n < u.ute which he would The 1 wen T sii.hvi . .. I ? U su?.s Itute out of order, as two substitutes could ot dm cuter tamed at the ittiiuc ' Further remarks frihu^d by SupG^vlsora Fox and \ oor^ hie1, who spoke i*g? u- t '1 ^ .-Aibatitiit? ol bupGCViflUC 'Supervisor Wu. Ti ckh; .. d U.e adoption of the origi nal resolution. . ? , ? .. . Supervisor Kraxv, in a ? ui< oh, explained the ten or of the leeulu'i >,. i wu?i ed to oifur, and deeireo Supeiyi-oi Lord to si .'..w hie HUbBtltute, that AO might h.y his hef"ro f'.e H > '. l-npeivi-or ls?rd wi hd e- t i-. suhsti'1 o. 8upetvisor Kelly the.. p.?u pie cntod ut. resolution as follows:? Rssotvcri, That the Roar.l..( ( onuty Canvassers Is not an thorilcd i v lawtotns... " K 1 ran I and lUogality, sn.) nr.- Ibcrefoie in...- tUal the re1tnrn# ^"J the bi?trict Jut' h ui? iM'i rtr.i except as U> such errors ai tliQ lawa provide for corrscdun. AdthUonul debate m . ?.i ib? readinflr of this resolu tion. in which nearly u.e ire B.iar^ narticlputed. and un r? a voto being tah??n Uu" ? ao?.p lUMn ine name, it waa lout by a \ute . 1 10 id f ?v i??ppored, as follows:? /vrs ? SuprrvlrorM lirown. H?ird, Hoffmlr?, Howard, Trowbridge. HteerH, Kelly l.o.d, Merrick, Varian.-IO. Nors ? Mitiervlsors '-a, Moser, Fox, .^J"' [llCv??* Voorhlr, V akeuian, Brig,-. U.e President, Chrirfty, Ely, Tucker, Drake.?12. Supervisor lou! i:i>? Tn< v. d to amend the orig.nal re solutfan as htfote h ? 11.-ant, by ?tiikiiigout the words ? gcntiineneRH" arid '??. gularity" aud 'poll lists wherever they occurred. , ., Tie !'ltl>'iPKM declared 'hat lie resolution tliu-i Iiruccu ? ed would be villun ly Ihe .u-e .s i ue pr. viouu substitute which hid just been In*'. A aoii it ml contest .10 - ui"u this point, and it was at length decided to vi" opu. the amendment as propped, when it was lost by the s.u.c v-.te a- reeordod ahovw. Thf' ?iucrtioii now heioi/ t.V.un upon t>10 original reso lution ??f ?'"'u(A*' vi* t V.'iilo-nmu, it ncuiVvJ ft tic sotcauu was cechtrcd h??t. Tlie i. lloaing was t!.??v t??:? Avt ? - Btipei vUors tVi'1'.i.n-..t., Mnser, Fox, W"J yu''5"". W .1;. msii, iitigge, il'O "rt- dent, ? :hr ?Ue, Ely, I. H. tucker, \, ; ? ?nrown, flalrd, I'olPn-'r-- Howard, toorhl.t, TrOW bridg., Bteers. Kelly, 1 ord. Uern-k Va-ian. At rhortly befoio 4 o'clock the Board adjourned to 12 M., Monday. r?* 1. nue-t*. T-i u. A' :DEVT.?Coi.'ti.-r 1 II "i held an fnqucst yes. terday .I'te tio. n up-.u .He *? o* a b ?y fif'eca years of ago, nani"d James ls-hay, who was killed by 1,; down tbe hoh'.wsy of ihe pieni-e- V--. 2ii l-i iukfort street. The deceased w?? eu.ployed in ihe above building, and while j lsyipg with iM.nm the-.- boys around the hatch way. go' into tb? ''.'.in-i iy,'' u-e.l for hoisting giol*, wblrh >" lowered Iowa "1 only, and atr ;og the ground lloor ? i'h inu. h v'. 'ou oi, >ho nafortnnate b"y was nln oat in-t..i.i)y i ; >*-<' 'bo j" render.-.I a ver dict .f -a ei .'t-ii'a.? .at . ' 1-*-- ?*a-t'l Wa a art ivc ot I. e ' 'c'orone- O'Donrell h-t-1 en |..-j't. at Vo. "81 Water street i - f... j i 11,? - I" iy f -' '- ?' a:'', u.uiro-l II,tin I ..? i,it, ado - i. > - it kilt-si :>y falliog djwrt the eell .r WBV rf l i e?o "'.'"i '' -hHu <o' xicated n-4. jiiiy in lid- ch.. f <? .e-1i t of " Deotl frotn . emi".-ri'.ti .1 the h -In, I c re-mt of ox laVftHu'.ei l.oti. cnu-nt by at. I." I ? .??? ? e wo- a native of [re ar,.I. lie leave., a site mil rn I Iy behind him to lament his loss , , Co-(.nor Hilton >?# ]?! =* ? i?Kincst upon thc? body or a child, thm ye i-if.-. I .n-ei Kll-n A. Ht ili'.rd, re -idiiig will, i's pi.nil - .'.o '? -a.'- I llilrd avciuo ill .1 MX?C--f?h sliK-l. -h-> die ' ..ill ! act 10 id the skull tind t> t i in, JO 1 ' u. I.g 'CO..I ...... of the third story w.'ti .o.t - of Ij.u a v* icr.iict acc-jfd i.gly ln-i ,sf. .f ti IT- .?' o-u-ier kilitd.a held an ln ourvt upon 1h< body .-! ? mm named Henry -hu?I, a, rtCive of I .nn ylv.n ? and ?7 ye-mM of afto, who died at bis tcHo cnce, No. 14"- :? irsyth strcrl, fn-ia dlssnto of the heart. Coione) OT. nt-oll t.? .1 au inquest upon (be body of a Itifin rantel i.- a: t .>i ''111^4' Vo. 74 Cortliudt street, who die.I 'mm ..i-e ? of rho herrt. Verdict lu th--.' e two cuien, dec' b f on, .li-iase of the heart. IniKd H iHcrnhiiri (ilBcc. . HABOK Of HO .1 Kit O V TUB MIUU BEAr1, X IT.?cylvaUDH *1 was brought to this port 1 pi isotift i. em i. .la iciro, o.. hoard the chip Kelief, cb i- -.1 with till uard-".- of Ca^'uin (-e jrge . rY.ixer, nthcter oi the s- \ ret, 't itch The pricouer, wan was -. 11 ?11 it . Cuhtorty ty "r. Abrwliam I". Hilly, r, I ni'.e.l -?al. Vetfl-t'l v.-h-4 1," 11-. t ? o eCo omiH-ionert.lwoll for*- 1 ination ll.j .1. . iihe-i a hp*H',|y tiiuI, and Mr. J.-a- Xii -,-n , .1 he ? ,.ui J r.-i.-. the c.t Istlorc Ut" tjtaud Jury or. Monday '.ext. Vcivi P>y Cli? Sliiili. A do tractive li:ted in the village of Nineara. Fall* mi the liUi i . U i*r<?fcp out in the large building near ibfc Lap id*, between Bath Maud biidga and the Jerry, * ( mped by Me vis. Butler ?V ( roach, ?s a *ash, il? < ? and Mil.? tacinrr; fctc-*ar> Samuel Nut'. A: -on, as an ? o t-ol factory uv?d a *aw u ill, and the iniilduig and its (!t n * ill oe?e or t itiy c u-umod The nuilding uclongud t<> Mr. Porter, 1 a in Lustful, and there* wni no in surance on it i's e?n? cut*. A la'ge number of men ar?* thrown out of employment. A ? nd ot the I etersburg Krprnx an ac ci unt of *)?e cx? t u of a n gro named Jim Tones at l.iMTty, l.<vb.rd com ty, Va for the crime of murder. It is hi itoil thai as m r . h- 5,000 persona wore present. Iheculpiit declared. l.tdon h? w*n eienutM, that whis key and nab corn in y l.*1 brought him to where he then ti o?'.; ui?u ho hoju il \ 'vy'tu'V *ho lionr l hbn w mid take loi'm a? ir* m hi- Mid tale, profit by his Hie! incholy end, and n?v Lrri .it Heaven. Prison nl IiitelJIgnicc* FKUIV \LS. T"r< ?n ! v.n ?d- ?c ?f? on A ustisia??Tho- While John !?' 1 ? , ill' I i t.;i. ?;<nr*c Oallhtr. Clu* ?'iflrk, K K Price ??21 *i ti f nteeiage. im? p \ mitre*. 1 - Havre, !ti * -i? -hip r.un?T Xcwbold, wife, three ? I.ll'i,; h ."id tl.r.p m? s Men do (JiifinP, MrdoCazeu i ; "fun , wr, A M dan-but, Mufus K. Mcr, B Mii^hi h, ..r. and 'Jo' . B I'm/he# ami lady. Ft Manning ??t,d I ?l,i, a j .', )*: 11j'idy. Leon Uueriu, i)r F r aniiJ-iii ?' nr: ii J a VP n'manti Master Stmirt, Beijj I v t una tad; uw Mb* *'j or? iv o *i*t irs of th- S Heart; MPtV and \Vti- U*\. \ \\ . n 1 K ,i li. Mi d fc> < ck. i. If X' < ,u' ?>'? ii a.nS c:h* * Mr (lev rn, Imiy nd ? ? ? 9 Uvtotuqu mi, i JfttuMieit Baltimore: 1 r d ? i. rcr ot i ,> ? ; I Jnekoii and ! ii \u>' i*... ck i an 1 ' rother, P -t- Kouter and lady, d? ? . s i!; j 1 m .* 1.. r M' Lucy hii'7 Mr Obi-rmo&W Midivl.v ? rt ? r, I* Kr!\ T iiimiuu. T Morri ; J ?i i'om ? < Ml 5< nii*? o Mr* Mftrlshall, M Htefanl, P Ma Unl, M I Mil#* *i i <' 'a f< J I 'i. It Buriotia, (' ram'done, F Pau?! M hoi, ,fiiia L r HL.cheL P Rothriun. J Zint ,i. ' Mi LM '.in.,. Mr*B'UMenand ehUd. Mlsa Baaaen, t Lu;s > r'ryc; ;1 . in Uio . *? r.o liip Florida?John \ M Tir.''e, Jan f . li r, , J n,. Walter Eleven*" .tnd lady. Vr? " .?; ? v. ti, m ii Hum*, James p iiiu'.i*, .t It Pi'Sf??v( I' J hr . r | ?!. . |> LMcftr, U it ll.l kuis. J '?ot I'll s Mni!?r Kir;; t(< ury fjo-'i p-i?; ? w .-iC J 3 ' ? ' 1. t !? n I I I i.r ? oo * V ' ;e*i I ?rn * hi All I ? .li n Mr It A W -nt wff'h, './illlam W A i j hi 1 1im1> : ,*i M<; i % I' v .. 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Vrai hea McDotiffall. ffff iM and :r i \.V TlitcM nr.'> i K ? i on nod !?dv R P ^rmonds, M m Kct-e*. Miaa i II Tn k< r. Irs I has Hubert, Sim i ons, y Am ?trr*w. M' i h fhinrat.. Mis* B Unncan. F L llenry, Mrs a skinner M *? A!" ? Hiid-en, N IfUl, Rf?bt Ubhy, Mr Mi h on. Mr !'?''?: ?<? T<? Srr.I?h. Cliss De Ooek',rineJ ti si r a*d and '? H Ml ( upbelL MIm P CampKell, M'um M t empi eP and '* r ?; .U'n f.evev, ,t PrOr'or, Ji? llsrper. fl lira . 'Ho I>". X Brim. Hen flu dey Mi Oarolln-s Hnn*>?. '? f??r f ? ?t -?* Jas B' cldpti an I J&j, Mri iN S'-Oi't L kU w? 44