Newspaper of The Sun, February 18, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated February 18, 1861 Page 1
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, THE NEW YORK SUN, H'1 III . --,, . , r - . Brntldm, earner or Faltaa and Ruui strew SB We. th Broadway, renrner ef Bnadwer, RmM4 AjmelrseaJmvlsrIh.Araerleeeat! - The DUy avals delivered by Omlm. to b- in siew r Tor ty and vicinity, at a qtjastcx cents rxa wnnc. Vagi Optae One Cans. t0 When ear by aill, Four Dolian 4 year. Avert Ctreulataoa Ibmikwl Ua Year, coding frBh Dnmahei km l,sM COPIKfl FEB DAT. nra wr.m.T trot BtBaeCtdl ttborlbsr mvontyn'T M paeri It suentha, ft singt cordon, torrest, peat- same Mm gratia to imwim (uuaoriDare. atAdrem TH IVH," Oorwsr Talks so witHi I, Mew York TJONXXT FRAME MAKERS AKD MIL AJ luten nihUt bif Berneld sttoat bonoest I eerie keek, a m article for the BunrMkri ejflan-eibjiUmtTsnetfettna and Brae. Oalland fliuT FUR LINKK WANTED AN EXrKRI Dent llmf ebe aiiderataada the bust am tha nwhlr I ell Its branches (of rlnUhle) InuWb . aa hnnn In for eatentlahewot. For p o licelara address let, box Bun efhce, .tetlat tnwhet place off place end boter. and how Ion eraotl eel ospsrasneo la thl btalaism al stettai ar-a. SEWING MACHINES WANTED, LA flee to tear to operate ea Stnm'r, ul Whontar A v?Q"on. od H wa awtn nathtoM. Tvrtne for al , from ti to tt. AU Uade 0 awla (eeeeiloee to lot IWIUommU la.lli.MM oswnro MAcmirR-wAinxD ladies 0 to barn m svmrsM a Wheats ATTUaoaM ko las 1 M 00. hx maehlam, br 000 of Ma alaVat.aiparl aneod MSrCirs laleecitrilaathlsllhladsoe' ttftca aeaTasaualn. tallies), taaaJn rum and. thoeourt ami a i1 if y '- - '--y . anrimoiMiM I plaees for tl. Tbooo vaatavl fiur"" - - Jwa.i&ir CEWDfO MACHEtES WASTED l- at Iterate laeeraha a 1 Mater's awl VTheelsr A WU. sal sewta machine. AUbranehn of tfca mookiao tenant, Torino our. ecd preetJa oa work. a Uotl it, Brooklyn, betweee lUtk mat Mi tiwa B3frXXTHH.TT-nUu AORSIS WANTED-TO 8KLL RICK A HI i PrlM Joarlrr EdtoIom, aontl'alaf mora artlclri thaa mat rthrr eorrloro adrrtlO(L grtio mn ran mafco fipor our. fWidtump fur elr- r.iM aular, o I), (UCikAiUJ ajivi m laoawaVobmt. Q0LDIKR9 WANTED IMMEDIATELT, O for U. S. ArniT, arttro mm. Prfrora$HU a)M arr montk, with board, oloUiint, Aa. Applr at tha arlaolpal raoaaarooa, t) Cbatham at. fall liaelOt voaUU ajh BooatMi BOARDtNO 8IN0LE AND MARRIED goatlnajiai oan ba aaaaa inalatM with aoaa room ai Wrt. AtoafewraaMatablaratMf laa. Call aAlWaaMtbat,aar.Mara. laM MhIM BOARDINO A 10CW RESPECTADIX raaaf Baa am ba aaaoaimadaaMl aith moot boaiA aaA room ao4 a warm aartor.br apalrlM at 1M Caaa- 1 ajduaraAaxt Aaor to waraoaraoriliiiaaiilil BOARDDIO-A VEW SDXQIJI QENTLaV ajaa aoab iiiaraainlim wttk aoar4 1 alaa a anv aajiaj aaAhai arita, and TTwana ladloa, Taniiio aad bio wUe, and I roan bwiioa, riimnaaa general anmmary ror January 1801 1 .' atrwt"1 - JST-.gJ Nnmber of TWtora, Ml , number of tract lMMaara,Mow Tore. M4wai"Tdltribnted. 80,950 1 BlUeVirpHed U th dee. BOARDntQ-sA FXWBINQLX OENTLK. men aim a taattoaaaa and wtf 1 naboaium SwttbmAaoaHL hrit wtaena. OOARDOU AT 1M BOWEBI A TRW JPaemaiaaaaaaa he iiiimmililil with good heard aal iTiiiiiTii 111 1 aim .witt a and tWrwIrm srsisir mmmm ' 1-QARDA TEW TODNO UT GAS BK X3 ainiamyatl trim red hoard and etatemt wami aim a mfimi aaaaa, m 1 ISaaml imam ami Ifi deer. OZjTTS OLBAJT AJTD aaMdooMeaodiiOandlleaaef 1 ataxia rooawia to M eanj 1 umi earn EjwihSti FVM. -r ADIES-LADIES LADIES alioeaanaawmaaalef rf. W wTfl new aaJl AoaaaHfwonaaaalorraf. witm artm ear laiaalain look at arloaa la eatt aU. Oood amrkad bolow the Sweat priom eror kaawa tar fn i yiNK ttm. A. tana lo aaT aalak eojti for oali llawi ttTlllT II l--'- 11 A TEW DATS LONOER FDR3. XV. TkaladlmwtUdewtUtamarkUfaet.thttwa will, fore abort Ueie, nil to baUojieufooe a T uoaf , to atom u aaocx. How York Far aWf. . Ce,40) Chatham at. loioxexrios U-LltMlNli, Ma ntmUKWAl WOTICKaw TJODNTT LAND SOLDIERS', SAILORS' JJand wldowe' elalaa fat boaatr land, pension, how aoooaafullT iraoonmal br tbo ouaoorllwr la aU 0000a whan a lli claim exUti, JfaxUcntjr aWrotkm abma maDoeondadclaimo. CALVIB W. haU rn. yHg eeraTCbambinaadibathamata. faiMaanS T301TNTT LANDS. o.-SOLDIE II m. II .4 -Al.-. ... !. mmrtjl l OB Ol an. mm ohtaJa tknlr warraMa br orp'ia. al'; Maavn at, bolow Faltoa. D. A. aWWMt. -o ior UaUad htaim alalaaa. Maoll WABTFOttD, CONKIF THIS SHOULD ... .s.m ma .TUlliaL a mm. meetwioereoi uwn. Y'.I,,?5:1;vliTii MKT LUZAIIK-rU or BARAU AI'ULIA WHIT. TKU11KL all af whom raaide u llartfard. thmiii ivr HI ooefor a rroot faror on tbolr avtb;r. ruiua Wrt1TrKMlair.yr aaarooala h-Uor to her, earo of 3. I UKirBT. at i Booth nomad ot, WtUlaiMbnrah. 1 artford vsaor tul ooalor e ireal &r to. an . aiil.o- woman, by eoytM the abere. IMOaMtW PEKSK atoon ENSIOK WIDOWS DAWDfO.ni eat af fob. M. in e Jane Id. .1804. BlT.cStoSi?3T.obrmU; ha an tha mtjoonaef a 1 nBufjEZxn. WURREAB MX WIFE, MARTHA KVE LIMB OKA, ha. Ml mr JSbord wtthoat ay hen) eanm or proraoaUoa, tbJo la to (orhUpar-eaitrmtlo-lionmraeooiint,aa "m w.-TO! Mo to ae Soma of km ooutraotto. Maw York, rob, lotmlMl. JAMSM D. OHM. l-10 haghihebvi w .CKB ANTI-rBliniOlt MaOuINS, AMD PtilIa.4iNU IKON. oJ7 KFrigit.nn'..KUr10afICAIi ABXI luulndi in tub wgiui. aVne aamr with, next ta at for yanaa the tarnat moehloo rniiro km than aal 1 ti waa power fcr Bboorta and Faaotdna Jroa, to 1 lailaih tatlilaaaaavw.ru an laaraaTUbnlirt. o-aa-thVaulMmortaaaaaVuporUnuanar. orotwrmtanTUrmoi aad aaoot maiaaafal eotaa- ireaeio uomi ana bo reeaira 1 Bwamoom ta ma eoaatry, a fcmrn tax oja ariooa mooMnm moaa aadoTIjICK'SjFI' jmm. . ProTtdeneo, Oaauada Jo atroH. tookt CwLUa In rzttLxrsn roora,r awtamruama Daar eoac; ana araammay 1 wna aa raaat taoaoalam ' maonrnaea m iTlaaaaaauTli wpmsnaqsto M MEW TOR MACHIiniBT DEPOT. il WmTaffMOTlMA 0. raaaarhaaaaafoWioaary aad Krtaaat aama c sauna and bead lataoa, power aad bead ptaax U MXTALUO PAINT TlTX UN- "JfffSS.ti IW T0KK MACUINHRr DEPOT. RKOTHFJI ACO Kf.rr. KrnybUL, Lg&fl tn every desertp RTAPI.II HTKAII Kr. AiaVHJiiiiaw kTAi OTOOBTU'S rLAJtaVAt, aronaaa. DK1IJJI. BRLriMCI. OOMrXMrriON MatTttA, ia a bsoooj LKBJ or t-n-taaaasi B ai;iii TAX,' foitablk iiirxrrLKmrt, reamer aamrar oSJaln waaiooxiani! o-eS am anno, am aaniiia aaaeoroaa, eon omnora, monur M aad tooamea aaoohtaoa, h. aim etreetar and a Sal oowaalUaoV oarlona klnaVj (rata aallla la fmat Terloty. AAmraaMatnmvmrlavem prtom tooalt awitunaa. mt kTtll TMB1Q judonlfaoa, aaoaaa la thla lavaraable paint, are pre ajaiWrneannfrlbelaree olom Aoalom at tboTowoot aaaaaBaataarare priooa. Thar warraal tarn oaaJeU U he aaportormaaaMUnu.oaorkot,bolufaar T poo ahrnt. aaomii we it mwiag iron aad MUmaUla, aad SSLameaTeeot of thk 7S& wulbf fcmp2! Tattrdrrf er maajnua-aaaaut ono-thlrd the prto Iielm4 alkwmmvaoaaiooetoaUaaak par II) MM MA aaanW iTATIONAKT and anWZa aad aVnLUATf 00 aTad al aMr Weoa Woaxroo ,MMtlWJS& MAaVTa.arfalt Wiai aa orm tiuaxm aaooii i&m$$ilvBi& THE NUMBER 8927 THE N1CY YORK SUN MONDAT IfORNINO, FEU. 18, 1M1. Outrtt Tilt Orkoar Bmld flrwj dotal la of taa rortral la dlStrant Itlaada. It Kaa now rttaadai to Orknoy. Araoof lm CartatUna, raUtioa ha barn rrtadf rtrlrod. Tbalf growth la frae la rrl. datti oot ooll (alth, hop, and. bra, bat ap ha. tUlr, oal, aa4 aotlrlt, with hoartfalt jay, art aboaadlrf. Tha aarataai aa4 arolaM War baam ramatkabl oourliBa of ata, aad laat to orr (or marry; walla thara ar maay hopafttl oaaai of Ira aotrraraloa, araoetaUy of lha youaf . Thara la alaa a larg aombor of dlatrM praraiviaaaUnfa, with crowdad .aUaaiaaea, whar U paojila aaaambla, without rofard to ilaaailaarloaal dlatUatlao, aad maaw joasg naa wba hart aarar alaaadad bafora, ar now eooloettoc lha aiarcEaa wlthdaaaaars alia aad oolwanirr. Tha UtrtU add 1 tXaatc of thai many had t traral (hf mlta tbrwn ua aaaw, thair aawlUlafaaaa to lam laa boua of 01 may br tahaa a a atroaf aroof how aaxlnna tary ara arx l tha aalratlon of thair aoula. rnrata awMlmr for praiar ara batac bold, aad twth.a( main row 10 mtiafy lha poop U bat a moot lacnoiyaJrht 1 aad It apoaar Crod I blaaalnt thaat motUrara maay mala. Ir 1 VOT Mii'i DurAtK nr it prmiton which fUnd la hi way 1a tba mlninrr at I If to hi out, but Lit falaa bnpa, hi aalM-lghtaoa can. fidonca, hi aBwOlinnoaM to yirlj hi rroad ant nnbaliarlna; spirit to th cmrmeinK, bamMiap; power 0 lb truth, which b etuot daay, bat trie to rrjct.i9r, Tjnj. SvrniiLAJrD Tb tnterttU nf trie roll' Rion tr tdrancing to SwlKerland. alihauKh the groat political exrltanwnt which ha lor moitht cxirtrd there, in rnlatfon to the en croactunent of France In the aftitra of Stroy, mutt bar exerted an onfarorabU lollaenca. Thk NrrronUH. Wbm Mim Fiji, of th IVrrbn MimIoo, wrnt to Oroomtah orentnj yeirt ago, to tNr among th Ne'torUn wo mm, tbcre waa aoarcely one who had any lail coiucpllon of Ibo Uo'poli but wli aha left, 1 year, be ba.1 tho (treat ploaaare Is ptrttk Ug of the Lord' Suraur with mnr'p-njht let. nn, mnrtly aui h a lia.1 once beam Lor pupil, many of w'hotn ar now teacher la Yrla part of that country. Gin ma st. Tha religion date of Oermtn U ary chaotic; bat thore i much that I inter UiDfr. In I'rnMla, Ua gorarnment ha RTaet ed to the lrotaatanl in nerertl prorinca the lil-rty to hold arnoili. A almllar moTement 1 Ulctntr .lce In Sixorr. In tba Orand Daohy of Baden, th Concordat which the Rorernment male with Kerne a few year age ha bam abrogated. Id Uobemla there i a remarkable mnretnent in faror of ProteaUnUam. la the Tillag ofSpalow (ixty paraona, head t faotU Ilea, moat of them owner of land, hara bean rtceiTtd Into tha Lutherxn communion. Crrr Tbait Socnrrr. At th laat monthly aeatine the foUawinir waa tinaanted U th general rammery for January 1841 1 tltata, 9S TmtameAU aappllod to children and other. 103 1 Toianve lent from the ward. llbrarke, 812 1 chillrao gUhared Into Sabbath achoola, Silt children gathered Into day echoole, 46 1 peraeni gathered Into Blble-ctaama, 19 1 peraoo Induced to attend church. J63i UeDporaxce-rJedge obtained, 20 1 religiouj meeting bald, Ml ; lavckalidart Nclalmad, 3 1 peraona hopefully coDTartad, 2d 1 eoararU aal lad with waigelical churchee, 22. cVrATUTm or Ttn PaxaBrmiAK Cnoncn. An lcUana farnlaha th fmlowlng tabU of facta 1 aflnlatara. Ohw. Mom. Praabyterlao Chnreh, Old School Mot , m,1 Yml)jtiiOBrh,rowSohocH.lSlT 14HS 1M.BU Drated Synod rre.Caurch 11 13 lUtJt I ailed Free, awrehonr a. A..... eI T4 M.TII RafrmlPraa.Oauani.aUfl7a.. M lit 10.009 Rifemed rrm Ohuroh lynod. .. t TS ,M Am. Befcrmed lynod. taulh ' M 00 OumberlanA rraa. (Xaareh 11M 1W0 11.0 Am aad Am. B6 aad F. . M .M itaAaraaed Praa. Dnloh Uhnroh... alO dot W.all Total... ..,..,..,,,.Mefl T9M 0SB(99j In Great Britain awl Ireland th Chnreh I dlrided into eight braDchee, and contain 8,413 mhiUttn, 8,667 churchea, iM 236,002 oommu nlcaata. In tb Brltlah Prorlace of North America It U dlrided into alx branchoa, num. bar 415 minister, 625 churchea, and 9,28 common leant. Tut CmtifTiAjr, 1 not U IK a life Imply of duty, but to be a Christian 1 to hare cotuelenc waked up by lore. If there I n lor. in you: if there are no bubble that reflect heaven before they break; If there 1 ne aingtny joy; If then ta no chanrftilna, It there 1 D) apouianeouaneaa; If there i noaatomatio lira, than, although you may be a Chrletlan, you are a Cbriatian in tha aama aenae in which a chicken 1 a bird when It la Juat breakiag the (hell, when it cannot run, nor fly, nor do anything except Peep. The peculiarity of Cbri'tian hie til it iharactcriatic elcmeuta, l that It bat a token Oo.l to U it Father, and Chriat to b Ita elder brother and Savior, and th eorrlc of Ood In all purity ami noblenma tobe itadrllght, that it boromr ipontanroua. It la joyful liy log I not drudgery, uor even duty. II. AY. BratiiEB. Pncaaui Miioia. Mr. NiKvnxrzi a Dap fat miaeunary of Memel, I'ruaaia, writes I 'On SdbUtth, SrpUmber 2d, the Church In Mrniel waa Waited by atout twenty perton from Ruaala, eloren of whom were Laptltel. Moot of the rl en were Irltlab people. Three ronrerta laid that Inatead of eleven, perhan fifty mora would come to u to b bap'.lxod. wb had already believed in the um Ixird, but who wereoldijdfiKthepreoenttodalay. Hundred mure of tui t rib are aeeking the Lord. It la an Interesting circumstance that on the Sab bath above mentioned, prayer wa offoral in tha chapel in four different languages, German, Engiiah, Lithuanian and Lettish. Wkiaii Rcuaiou Stattiticw ni titk IT. 3 The Welsh Calvlnlitlo Mcthodiat hire, In the Hut of New Tork, 77 churchea, and l,4l member t Intbe entire Union, 113 tharchaa, 4,fi51 member, M ordained miniatora, and Su prtacber. uwiaaa, there u a amau unurca or 13 member at Long Creek, la., and another of 11 member at Coal Valley, III. In th conra of each year, thtx denomlnatiaa hold tan aiaoLlation ( Cmafa for preaching t Cimai ..i. .. . :. at' . .. .; iur in new I era, two in rennayiraaia, tw k. t la Ohio, and two In WUconein, Tba Walah CcxTTationaliU IntheSUU af New York, bar ft place of worabJn, 13 or dalnad paitor, 7 local preuhrn, 2,H03 regular heart r a, 1,809 chnrch-membara, 64 churah fll cer, 873 Sabbalh-achool achalar. The total number of the Walah Coogrega. tioaal Church in the United State in 1858 wa 94 member, 4,886. Maaatlama af War. Tb Charleaton totTeapendent of th PrTl danc Jvwual ujm mouth lhar waa a ganarel oomplalnt at th la. aofllcloncy ot prevUlooa whan tha oompaalm were flntcaUedhao act It aarrlc. thy ar now wall fed and cnanairtably profidad for. No liquor ta umlahodthamaabytVe aaooo, but they hare the prlrUoje of geavlac a touch a thay thooao,aad they are not alow of availing themaelrea of It. nappanlng ta be down on the wharf a few minute basVro tha eteamer left fot th varlova lortlncaoloao. I ao k aa terantmr of the freight to ba mat. It conaiatrd of tba Allowing anlaleat Two barrela whiahey, eae haadiad hollow ahot, tiro demljohaa labelled whlakey, one quarter of beef, two jugs labelled whlakay, eighty loo roe broad, two barrel aaraemiji nJJohne walakar. with about a doeoa botalaa, auppoaad whlahar, la th hand of aa mouy aoldlar returning from ware of eheanoe. TW gloriou prltUaga haa been abuood to such aa axiaotthat one onmuany, which wa ssatUaaedat the Araanal.haabtaa removed, beoaue of lkefa allium bt procuring whlakey. akya A goodjokt la told n a member of one of th volunteer com pan le which earn down her lately, wathlak it waa a Mississippi cempanr, and la aald be a fact. Ilelng accuatoxaed to fresh waUt, living In th Interior, atataxat hav- Ing bean In tha Uuir of ntxico ueiore, m wm in blissful Ignorance of It briny properties. Get ting un In tha mornimr. a usual, to psrformni dally ablation, be drew a backet of water, aat 11 a own near soma or hi comrade, ana retirta for soap and towel. Returning with th article, he eoaaed Into th backet of water, baud aal face, Tbeeonreo.uonoe can be Imagined. B covering from th (hock, nd rabbinj hi bur. Ing eyeballs, be muUlaaad 1 I'l oan whip tt d d rascal Uataaltad thj water. A maa can't draw a bucket of water and leave It tw a few mosaanU, without om praak I play ad nnhlm" t)aahJao tha. .i ..M. W. ll amid the ehout aal jeer of hi ciaianioa, whs had beaa silently watching him. Ua aoaa oood out bit mltt-mtooi rrioeaw, laterrattng abeat Tarhey. 2L. IFnm fwVa VDr. iamhn's Lfvivrn J IRaportod for tha 8(.l Thll t th thirty-first bead of th prreont Jynaoty." Yh founder wa born ia 1K1. N J royal tamllyof Europe haa-reigned br o long a lima. Th preaant Sultan aooradsd th thrnn la 1W wha alxtoon year of a-, aad I now lhtrtylae' til peroneal character la diaslnrulshad far greet mEJnem and beaavolence, and he 1 very areroo so ebeddlng of blood. Ther I a want of personal e nergy, disastrous tn hi srsnunont, which ha often been admlalsterod by sterner handa. Its ia larlah to an Mtraosa, and of late year has fallen Into mterapetaooe, through th laflasao f hi broths. The household ef the Snltao, t to oomjlle. tad lor daarrlptlon. Yon all know he Is well soar, rtsd, baring all wires aad aeretal eonoiiblnee. Their itravagaao I of the largest klad hi ftTociUwlB) 1 bow ta debt three minions of dot tar. Th car ef his household ia anltai to hi chamberlain. Thegovsroor of the ladle I a Ne buut slats, choaeafor superior lixltaom aad food governing uwulllea. Th pneent Incumbent ef that offlo la a mam of utUasaa, aui a moot resaereslas tyrant, III Urge Inosrn U derived dlrettly from the tree. ury of th Sal too. PreeeaU aal prlaas Mrleh bun more lhaa any Cabinet minister. Thar I another order of whit eunuch euperler ta the black, and tha aiutee which staul la the pres ence of th Saltan, when be wlalai to sjeok prU Tately. Thsy are rsry sagacloua, thrtizhdmr, aud r lor th pmtsctloa of the Sultan's perrm. TkpalacMofth8i1Ua are of three klndV areatlmerlal palace, called the lltrera, aa Impe rial sudiooi'S room, o.inUlnlng placas toralljibo offixrtef thehoumhoU, and theae of the Suitaa hlmal', farthmt from Its llerrra. Thrre ate other rcyalpa'aces for tha dauglitara. TDStlrwa from these rVot are insUms(rf inarhablr, while otkera aie ootid fur their soclasaon. Much ha len ml 1, lalaly, ef th great number uf palMM which tha Sullaa ta bulldiag. 8 m of tba papers rare put the number a hljh as alataeu, which U tan too many, lie has oommanoed six new ones, flte of which hat progreosod none in thiesyrar.' Th Sultan baa aa Increasing faintly, whhh requires adlltlonal room. Tusy ara all com raesctd on a scale of great mifn.fl encs, which will reiulr many millions of dollars to compltt thm. Iu furnishing, they ar perhap Inferior to tha Luropeon palace. Tast and stupidity seem atrugtUng for vn-tory, while hare and there you are oocldintal and oriental taaUbmallrully harmonis ing. pr. Strrra, chamlal to th 8 llttn, had pmeaired telegraph, and desired an Interview with the Sal. su that he might explain It, hoping to Utrodao II Into no la that Empire. The apparalua arrived from America Incomplete, aal Dr, nul wesJ sailed upon to put It la order. This bob5 tjpajf they sent to inquire or mo ouima eraen Be wgwayj reoettethem. ajuppoeing thsl with -tt-1 Tljj manirsellng no haote, he weald ssy, bring it tea day hence or so, during whloh thy would hat Trythlng complete, they war surprised when h mid bring It tomorrow, which wa gabbath. Vfhea toldthaltheyoouldaat,tmfbrlagltoaatondsy thstk Acoardlngly they weoti they were lo riled to rss, lor aeeordlagm Oriental eumotn. If a maa vtalk but a quartsrofa axile h mut mat. Thsy were 1 at asli sd with eooacallthe arengomanu of which psrtot,Aor whloh, hi majesty befog ready, they deoandedto Ik Sultan' owa (part. maB,down a nmgnlteent saalrway.through aa opes hall, Wth great throns room. Tbengh lightly fumlohed it pparao wa grand aad ilbjelood. Tb rm leso trace the noeet I ever saw. Thry war IS'tsot la langtb, th room of polished btrk wnlaat,aadthsroomoonolnodTtor SO wtadowa. W had th wlm atrsmhed a hur a nsaaiUe. aad th getting ready tor operation tool three hoar, daring whloh the iuUanaTee set dow,but ab erred eloaaly, freqiiaasly aakhag cawsttoa. n meat hav beau greatly Inlereotod er be could aever hav aodured uoh fstlga. ThtSullaa we di ami 1 with great rimpUalty. He had about a doaen atlsxvlssim, all drsmid IV the asm maa nor, oxoopelng a clasp of great value, whloh wa all that dlattngulehed lha Sultan. When all waa ready tw sraaarnlMlng montages, they dlaoottred that they muat not sit la prooenc ef Ike Sullen, but If they eeuld not stand, most kneel. I waited till all was ready br operesleoud then mid to the M'taa I moat alt, and the Sultan ordered a cbelr, whan all tha attendant rushed to me which would procure II Bret, But to see a roan slating iaprMnc of the Sullaa wa a great amaasmsat la the U tsBdonm. Talegiema arrlted, th Sultan ssul one N sooner waa It glren than the S tlun atarted for the ether end of the tine. On ruhlughere, ho founl hi ruaeaage had already arrlted j his utoulihineut wa iutense, and, ralalng both bauds, he e ajsasd, "WiMhof OhI'.'' A(t,r mora tolegraphlng, thsy retired la tte seme aianner a tliey eirae, gilnf Ua'k.a few foul and howlug, till Hoy reached th stairs, whsis they bttrktd down, a no man muat turn hla bek upon thaSultito. At In r'.at ef hi Mijoaly, fiey went egtiaot the morn w, aad found tb whole court smainbltd, 00 penan in all. We adtauord as batbre, a rl after the lerenwola wore otar, the Turss gathered round, talked of Americe, and made maay witty and strange onqulrlee. One wondered hew the Amerloaas caught the light ning, and taught it to rid. Ou aakat how I ong alnoa the Anartoanaweis Baked, ted wragm; natar hating beard that we dasoen led from th English. They said many fUttarlng thtnga a only oriental an my them. The cabinet mlntster are celled th Bubllm Tort, and when aaaernliled In counsel, th Oread Dlraa. Th rrimJ Mlnbrtsr recsltm $3,000 mottk. Ia th admlalawasloa of Tarkey lmprot. leg firom J ai to year f p'aoontsnt It otrlalnly In ereaeinf, hsmaa InaelUgooo I Increasing, but la my epfatta It 1 tanrorlng, Keery moaquaha it tbooi. Xsty art eamsrous bid wratohed. They ar packed aa oiaae with child ren a It U poxetbl to pack humaalty. According to the lew It i a penal eflaaoe If th pareol data not ssod a chad, at ata yean old, lo acbnol, aad this law I generally sxttoroed. Th teacher I a re parable Turk, ai lnesrumenl 0 lnatruotloo whip that will reaoh th sVlbast hahd. Tha tret Um I aaw a Turkish j echool U esmhl not tmagla what It wa. After awhIU Us sAlldiwabtnon raaUaaa.asUthaago that terrl bl laah aa all kasafl alike. reply eo a remon atraar that the Inrmsoal war whipped a wall a th rullsr. th toecfaar replied 1 "Never mind, thsy will ell b guilty enough tesse aigus." Turaey eoauaenoed thl eeasary 400 yean behladjthe net of Burope. I question whether any camelry haa mad such progress ta to years, aad espeoUlly la IS years. In the Imperial Ubrary aa.Ooni aaatlonpl ther are 144 TurkUh hrnale anthors. Thar an amny public and pritmt aehoela, and three medical The 44 protlaoaa each eordaia a aoheol lo pre pare teacher (or th common school. I hat led my tormsr departsaant af missionary labor to bund a cellar la Coratabtloe pie, aa American Ottoman Collage oa th Boapbo rma, symbol lo of th dtaneemsnt of the mind ef the extreme wtet, upon the orient world. There was no printing in Turkey 80 year age. Mow thai ar 41 newspapers. A rarifam aad TBrtluaar ExpUlt. lau Th First Am-rut or nra UaotATROAr To tbo who lov to dwell on the horror and danger af an (Kent of Mont IUeno, w would recommend a perusal of the "Seen I of Pay. aagu dan la Andre," by M. Paul MAltcor, In tba lltvu CutUmuntuu. Our spar doe not allow B to git th antir thrilling deecriptatn of tbe Ureses htta, a mountain of Para, situa ted ia th neighborhood of Cnxco, but the fol lolg extract will gir a laOlcieat Idea of tha porUnul tiph It I Al flret slikt, both eld m of tb mountain appear. ad akaoruaoiy th aaaaa, and equally InanamalMs. bat noon eloser aoruliny w awed thai walla to th rtabt at prmardld aa all bl sartical pla plan, tha left side dlaplayed oeitaln reddish irae. whloh had much th apamrsaiw of flight af stair. W tharafon rteiTr ui tht tsoaUdl on thi Ak . ammmlartammmmmNBLaaBWammmmmmmw mV tammk . NE YORK MONDAY, FEBRUARY re tie third day we arrived al that imbil of the Vnimyhna wbieta I bed ofent etamlwKl from bolow, and waste vegtlasioa havlnif eeaaod, the aererork appeared 1 but arbal I bad been tmtbU lo dbstln uh, sad erbal aiojsased tn rae al tela moment aa laaiiireountaMe otrt, era the sponsion af the etunm.1, which gate It, Afiy fs.1 higher up, th an Iaranre of a muahmom. We had no longs to cup with a vertlaa! wall.but with one projecting otsr our hssds. For a roDinaat ws swvod sghast t but. on ax aralninr lha rock. I remarked certain otwU-n. jus targe rmugh fiar a man' foot, and situated al Interval, eo this, by a bold etrtde, one might peas rrom one ae ane oaner, asm aaoa reaon too oppoetm aide of lha mountain, where a further aarent mlrht be prartlrahla. Tbedletanr lobe got over did not anal fifty poena, but ee the span era quit denuded rV treatise er limbs by wtileh to hold, the elVrhtsnt hJm seep most pteeapttaic the adtanlurar tale the) etUley when th lorrenl HuUcamaye waa itaahlng on al the rate of tea knots aa hour, Nov. erthelesa, I took oft my shorn, fastened a rope around my body, giving the other and to 0rse to hold, end gradually rtaohad th thbd pTOjoe Iron. A I wm trying t gt to it fourth, the rape I waa diagg log arwr me wa caught by something. I turned rev ksad to see what ti waa. and la 00 doing, my eye encompasaed the empty apaoe be low re. It waa Ilka a flash of llgtitalag. A arm. fused mam of verdure danced before me. Inter, sorted by the nnlloamayn, glittering In the aim like a thread of assreury. I elosad my eye to avoid the horrible virion, but the vurirm remained In me, sad I continued to see H. Then I wa aalted wish a staging la my sare 1 an tneun- E table Meet of heat rose from my en is to my hrala then I fslt ray lege tremble, ead mr errlat lose (trenanh.es If under the tnfluenoe of ea aleotrie pile aa anknown force ueanor w my win mane me open my eyes anil loaak egala at that river af liquid sllrsr, which eeaiat 10 a rlth In th sua. lilnee. tbe demon ef the abyss, had seised upon ens, aal tru drawing me down In thts last moment, whsn thousands of ret atonoi were whlrllog laiore my rye, I still had trtrgth enrxigh left to call, 'lla-raanl help I" Tbe tnave follow net seen tbe ioik 1 ka.t inroiaa- Ul artly cast Into tha ahyae, and gueMlag what an If hi irir, bl imprudsat'y nir nimseir, nut Tur, nod Imprudsat'y for himself, but hsppily for ne iar oanps ai nwiow mo, as mr nana., con- tuls1v.tr grerried. were about to In bold, he sa"d me by Ihonaput the neck, celliig to main tako lanrar. I regatnrd my aslf-pjose-elnn, auir rewrlod In rrtradng my step, and fooling the ground 1 uce more luidor my feet, 1 ewooni d away ThoKrrach Academy 00 Hlatrry la America. raincr i.AiiarAina, m ceieuraioupraainrr, was Inatalled on tbo 2ltlt of January in tha chair of the femnui French Academy, frmr ly ocrnnleil I7 M. Da Trx yrxMi ua, chielly airuwn iniuis rtinniry ior uis wora eniiuiM iJemocrary in America." The cercmonlc were atun led br lli Euiprvia Enuaaia, l'rince NArouiu and hi )oung wife, th l'rin canj SUiuiLXinand the rauf Parialau aocle- Preaaeil In hla usual habit i a priest of the Dominican order, In a white robe with a black tnnie, Father LatttBrtAtBi delivered an ora tion on Da TxCkviu m. and probably never before, in rreoenoe al aucn an andienc tnt It a taonaichlcal counttr. ha there benn so elo quent a tribute paid to tte principle of popular government a Ilium rated by the Americana. In citing the opinion of Da TcHXinmLLw he ahi ' that b did not admire America without rejtric tlooa; but b drl to tall America th danger that threatened her, and to duapprov vf&Umrff, (Ails' aaAuaadai nJ smotour actfurff, fo wAscAjtier) sfcafe art rsvjiy la cicrtice U gtory and U rery tsiitnc oflXrir country." M. Gnwrr, to whom wm tmlgnad the duty of repoodig, centraated th fact of himself, a Protestant, and Father LtooaDiiRaaCatholla, meeting ther oa common pound, with th in tolerano of former time. II Joined with Father LaoObpaibb la praise of Dernocraoy a II ktrtleWt Misted In America, and alluded to th happy Ircunutance which it hid enleyed In a attaatlon without example aad amid th aVvar (feat af lor mtMn itf. Mr) abaat Japaxt. Tba population ef Japaa, 'which baa bean apaah averratad, dot not amount of more than 10,000,000. Japan i compoaed to four large lelaoda, aad vral amallar oaa ef but little) Importanoa. Th whole area 1 150,000 square mile, about th six of California ; but Japan proper I only aboat two-third th alaa of sBapxaa, containing 115,000 aquare mile. Th peopl are chiefly engaged In agriculture, and tn wig or mocnanic ana lanortr awragw 12c. per day. la their manntra tb peopl ar vary courteous, but they are proud. IraaclliI and lioantlou. Society 1 dlrided Into eljEht clsum. three of whom bear swords. They ar noted tot what 1 called "elUclal lying,1' ne man being expected to tell the truth if be caa

gain anything, by a fjalaehood. Tli house ar uiually two stories high, but lb first ia on a level with tb street, so that they do not present a vary imposing appearance; but the Inhabitant hare good reason for thl styl of tenement, for typhoon and earth quake are frequent. The rooms ar usually operated by parlitian of paper mtde of mel beiry, and of very handsome patterns the ceiling ami wall r prepared w llh the aama material, and not unfroquentiy the wealthy have their spartments covered with gilt paper, beating draign of bird, (lower, S.C., which preeent a beautiful appearance. An apartment in a foreign residence 25 feet square, beautiful ly prepared with material whichhsvlaslltrrry Iulre, cost only two dollars and a half. The hoiia-s do not mm to I very substantially built, being rorspo-ed of wood, over which la a jdaMer, wluih bariens brexpoaure ; they pre sent an airy ami a.,roeable appearance, but one would think tha inmate inual sulfur f bin cold during the wlntcra when tlie tlieruometer falls bflirw freezing point, a their house are illy adaptet to ptoteit them, having no lire places' nor chimneys, using Irailera klled wilh burn ing iharcoal Innteiid. around which bfleu a nil mernn family aaspniMo. Tb itreeU of their cltieiar 25 feet wlda, with a newer along the middle of each. Theyar paved and have granite sidewalks, aad Iu the jirtncipal atreeta large gate ar erected, which, are cloned tn cue of riot or hostile attack. Jeddo, the capital, contain ?, 000,000 of Inhab itant. Their language I th most difficult la th world to learn, being mad as of 73 sound. Th greater portion of the people proffcat tha lluddhlit religion. They pray by machlaery. A wheel 1 set up with a written prayer attached tot', (light touch set It la notlao, aad very revwullon Is connteq a pryer. rt OOte OaUMew. W tffcr eat raaicr a few tmor "Bovaltlo la th ah ape ef odd oirnoripioaa nana lawara I OA my heart It la a "bustln." lleoau I cant aa Barah Uuatla, Bui my "faellnka" I must feaasr, Aad eonnd my lev to law or, Be eaemp me qotokJy drop a tear. And send to lkirer, Msw Uamehire To William B. Orlffllh, a vender of pill. Who snake a good living oa humanities ill. Hat lives la Mew York, with hi nam on th doer. Corner of Norfolk aad Grand, Ho, ft. Mew my daar Mr. Piaajnsilsr pleeac thU latter To Buaaa M. Latimer my very dear trlsad, rTho llteth la quletnd free from all harm, la a populous villa- ea Unel Barn's Farm, Wast Tvov. M. Y la taa nlaoa I refer to. Aad I meeancA Ihla foot that naught may data, jou. To Ik oar of her father, II. Lolmsr, Ksq Who haa, I am told, a big law offla there. To Mr. Jem Rooaey sity ef MewTotkel hetweeaS Arena on M ntrml or 1) Oorg Duniep hagh McC leery Mary Welsh Oaorg welch widow or U William Marray ea-Jamea Mi Keaa or Barna hrtal Patrtek farrelr tr rslrlok MoMurrow MseheeJ ktcvTade. To Hike Daanvan, er tn hi eousla Kilse Ma Family. Peatmen will tnd him br finding BUy Brennaa wh we nugsged to Mlh befur taey left trtUnd aad may be man led. To Jaeno TlaaaoaB tt Cauaaaa and if any rngus steal thl latter, may th Lord, In hla It finite merry reco.ee the meoey and ua hi own discretion a aui peniatoag tne oneener, s own discretion a to penistoag ine eueeaer, i" T,rz r: iz tzzz PoslmasWr I MW.W- - - v--. -- . . -.. to "bm W bit" sgalnat anything yet produ.-ed l Wata Cos'tr. Mua , Jaa-1, 1J01. Poetapaslsr Ntw Yolk. Deer 8r t I tsk lb npnrtaalty to writ yoej (aw Unm to 1st tou Kno that 1 rule a leits ta Mr lax Crosa, aad 1 back all wioug and I will writ you a few line lo ! you xuo a sir line to lt you xuo nil ana to gel yea berk kit writ If too p'eese to eookblt to Albany New York aad ten will ehllg. an vary mutch If VI you will book taat iwier tauiataaa moauKia Mr la CroMi New York if you will hack hit to Mr La 1 Oroa Alheery NowTotk you will eM I thl I th uMemaater of Hw York. J.U.I Oram Alboey New Totk you will oMlg aa mod 'fjajriaxtaa. aOHtevtwav V th eat"" 18, 180). Collon. A iiiccllaj; waa recently convened by tha di' rectors of a new cotton company, ia the lewa hall, Manchester, F.ng., which wa rcrr ltivly tttendetl. The questions arising out of the im pending danger to th cotton tupply wr fufy dlKBaeod. and resolution passed to maker strenuous eflTort to Parry th eToct f th anti. clpated blow. A Parse merchant, Mr. Da riAMiAt Naovoji, supported a resolution to purchaMctitton In India, Anitralla, Africa and other rounlrlea, and that a capital of 5,000,000 ahould be raised, la (bare of 60 each) for thl purpose. UAPaniut Naovoji tpok with re ntal kahla energy and effect. Mr. lUnutr, M. P., aid that oaa thouaand merchant ware ready, with 8.5,000. to start the company, nd he believed that 250,000 Chinese, with their fa milies, might be easily, quickly and cheaply "translated" to Australia, and by strenuous exertions a crop of cotton equal to 2,000,00 bale might be produced la the year. Accord ingly Ui cotton company ha lon decided upon, and will ahortly la afoot. In th meantime one baa already (prang Into xletenoo, railed th India Cotton Company, (limited) capital 11,250,000. Th object la by direct dealing with the cotton grower f In dia, to very largely Incream th supply of cot ton from that sourco. SaggMtIoiia likewise, ar flowing in from all quarter, and cotton, henceforward, will be unquestionably largely grown In India, Australia, Africa, (Port Natal offering unusual facilities from tbe fecaodity f the earth and eminently farorabl clltnat) and ether plaits, thus avoiding abolut depen dence on tb Nutharn State of America. Referring t thrwe movement, the London corrrspundent of the Philadelphia .VorlA .limr icon, eats 1 Possibly thl anraUuktbl de monstration la publio feeling mar hara it effect upon the people of Mouth Carolina, Mie aMppi, Florida and Alabama, when the Intel ligence renrhrt them. I,rt me atiiuro them that the ball now net rolling will not stop until cotton flclJa are planteil in all directions, aad the Knuliali maiket is pUie I lieyond the p.iosi bllitr of renting upon a volcano which at any moment may Mow it Into shred. Ithtabeon my duly for some yrtr ptl to rrpeat to you the cry of wolf a raised on this very question twice or tin lea a yejr la Mtnclinstrr. Th wulf haa com at laat. It will be fur three totlon stale to kill It if they can. That-lee PreaMral Wert. The Hon. ItASXintt, 1Iami.iv, the Vl.-e PrciMcntcIctt, waathoeen an honorary mem ber uf the New Englan till torlo Uenealojical Society la 1H01, and, agreeably to In require ments, roiule a statement of hia genonlery. 8e niui b baa been sold on thla point, and Mr. llAwriv his been so grow ly and Infamously alauderod by Mr, Yaiukt and other dlauulrn Ills, wo ropy th following letter now on file la th (rehire of th Bocloty abov asiie.1. llturnxit. Ma, Atia.Mtb.ltvt. Deer Sir t Agreeable 10 tbe requlteaienm uf the M K. Us. O.n. Boolaty, of whiok I bate bean el ailed an hoauraiy member, 1 submit th following atatemeott My nam la llunuuL Hiaua born In Paris, CouUy of Oxford, Stale af Mains, August 17, IY. Ctacs llajim waa my father. lie wa born In Maeaachuaetl. Ila died la rarla, Jaa. or Feb., lJi aged aboul bd, lie waa a urgeon and PhysU elaa. lis we clerk of U Coi.it I r Oxtird County ttr seta al years, and uhs,unl'r Ulgh BtsrllT of lbs sanis county. I think be had more than twen ty brothers andilatsrs. Four uf lb brothers wtre named Alia, Awoe, tenor aad Annul. Arataa WM inraUfcI the Uinchuiatl BMlaly. My moth or died aboul four year sine, aged about setenty. tier maiden name wee Aaa Lltsawoaa. dsughasr ef Deacon Busaa Litaaaoaa, of th Iowa of Lltersnore In Oxford county. Taey war married about the year 1 JM. (U ibbl X can obtain la xaot datm of tkaif birth, marriage aad dec.) I ravnarad myself br a ooUoglal ducasioa. Tha dsalh of my Salhar required my eervloee at hosua, nd I dsvotsd myaslf so labor on tb home mead until t waa Iweuty-oa year u.A I lhaa weal Into a printing onVe, having purchased aa tnlsrsrt therein, when I remained aomsthua mor than a joar, work lag aa a oompoattor, I then rjoanmeaeed the ettidyofth law wa admit. tad ta the Bar January 1h . eeminsrvod prastloe al Ilampdan April 11M, aad continued la the prac tice Up tO '0, Imai member at th Hones of Rap rmanli Uvea la Main for th yearn 1130, 18ST, 'U. M and leeo. rVasBpaakarof th Uouaela leeT, i aad 110. Wa alo a member In 1S47. Wa a candidate be Oopgrsss in Isto, and waa dafaatsd by aboul two hundred and fifty majority In a poll of about nV leea thousand totes. Wa elected In 141, and re eltoaod la 144. vTa slscied to th Bonau la 144 to (uivly the vacancy for four tan, oocaeioued by Ika death of Jomt FaiartiLO. Wa resleclad in 1U for th term uf si x years. II. Ilaaua. Juan Dui, Bq , ec.of Wow norland H'e Pen. Biclaiy. Black la litre. lit Louisville Journal tsysi Tlia ee aicttat cemplaln that torn ef th tlave who eaxsj to the North, ar not returned. Their remedy I to dlssolv th Union, so that not a solltsry on shall be returned. They complain that northern men hold ont temptation to our live to run away. Their remedy I lo pro rid that fifty or a hundred run away where on run away now. They complain that the North is opiosed to Incnaaing th number of elaee status. Thair rental Is, by multiplying the facilities fur the recap of fugltlre lara e-orywhcre upon tbe tiorder, to cliangn aererd of the present slat atatea to free state". They coin) lain that th abolitionists conl.imi.Ulo atrlking a blow at tho dare institution. 1 heir remedy 1 to strike a blow at it tlirntselrea, mure fatal than all the blow th abolitionist o, tab. atrlk at it i 4 a quarter of a oeutury, Mormeuo la Waahlngtoa Territory, The Daltimnra 5'ua sart : A corirapcucUiit, writing ua (ram tha Plathead oVamtry, ueutlutia the fait tbat Mr. Van Erraji, aa Innueatial laVruioo leadar, with a colony oflh ' Kalnts," atritod al Deer Lodge V allay, ir, T , about the middle or Notainber laat, bring iaig with them a large band of stock, good anil atrrntng Implements. This small party same to pate tbe way fo a large emlgratbai. to sot cut from lliah next spring. Th settlers of the valley ear gi catty Inoenaed al lha auideu arrival among thara of theae people. A. memorial, dgned by a number of the alumna of Deer Lodge aad Bitter Knot Valley, ha been ean! to CuL Oiots Wsren, nomaaanding tha Oregon 1) apart manl,a.k lag that a uiUstaay pool be mtaliluheat m the nat hoad country, as a check upon the encrcswhaneum 01 tae Motaiona. AW n'a UMghle Oaauatry. tier fruan Dr. Livnurroa, In which ba speak ef tha nagroe oa th Upper Zaatbex rive r " Maar ef thee Irlbe an governed by a Isaaalt ahlef. M you demand anything ol a man, reoaarka th Intrepid explorer, he replies, 1 will talk with my wtf aaoot it r If sh refu, y will rsceiva as aal t reply. W omen rote la all th puhian s. etLbUe. Among lha Beehnaaa and JUnV. th men ntear by their falher t but among th tsrttabU Aiaimna, occupy tag the eentr ef ih oonllnsot, thnejway (wear by their mother. UayoungsnaaaUlatnloa trltk a maldaa of an. aahsrvtllsgchalean alaewa,ad Ukae up hi dwelling ta her. IU U obliged to provide in part tar the maiataaano ef hla motbarem taw, and ti aa naa a teepeolful attitude, a sort ol aerai-kneeUnc in ! naiaaiia 1 waa ae muck aatonlahed st au thai marks of teapeet fot vsoman that I ianulred of Ike portaga u uok had always beealhe habit of lha eouaur. Thsy aasared me thai euch had al- way the oaa." CilmnuL Iltpana Pooi.a, wiiii a apABAmio two bbittai. paoKOM, wh were flghtlnf at Knox Tllle, Md., on Wedneodsy, had hla skill unahed by a (ton burled by oa of them, and waseoueu. me nuxuerer ws arresieu., Thbt rAinror AiuTjDirATa oa Tiiaiaroxi cATtBa rowB of lager bier at Chicago laat week, a on gallon man thought it not Intoxi cating, although a gallon did mak blm tlight ly obliviou a tea quart man declined to pat an opinion on th point. DaarBBATB wrrri Dang, ia which he occa sionally Indulged, TnoMat NxAitnrir, other, wit a worthy mechanic, cut hla throat from ear to ear, with hla btVe on hla Up. Iu tbe Um- Jiorary aUcuc at Cincinnati, of til wife, on iTlday. A atfrw tntvoriRia pitvarriAw. Doctor 1 UAMBUt, who sacrificed practice, friend aH s , . .--. . f-u-j .". .?. went to ni onic uruua, at i ui.a- . ua (Lii.r Wttr th dour for hi hast earthly sleep ; when found aext morning, h waa neatly frozen to death, aad Ineensiblu he died the ssm day. A STBIIB AMOXU TUB COLL1KM At DellvUle, 111., ended In riot on Irldny, A aumlwr of th turu-ouu weut to Mr. Jobs Knara' Ittus and tried to burst open tha door, declar ing they would har out hi men, who ar Ur mail. Ia self-defence, Rbbvb draw hi revol ver mid fired Into th crowd t three maa war J.. ui.l luit nnt mArtallw awuieita W-- I rut war Uaued agalnit Sura aad hit aggressors; but thaformoT VM rwtwrud. M hi gwQ ieco(ilittaCl, SUN. PRICE ONE CENT A rtrntr tmtxrn a TAnt.r. at Piiti.ADnti rniA on HuuJay night, cut th fine woik al.mt three carriage, cat th lining and mutilated omhore cut driver' coat ami a bora blanket ta pleeee, nd tilled two hat with water and placed them upon th a tore. II then fed three horse and gretaed them alt over with 01L after which h stole earsral article ana went oat, locking in iuw titer upx. ' polio ar on hi track. Two trot, amkd Klikobb Astd Bbiolbb, thoCgAt that they bad been Insulted by Aa rnonT KtiTuraiBLV, al a Gsrman ball, tt CincJrcoaU, oa llondiy night, aad Ki.l!tna drw a revolver, which we matched from hi hand. RjjiaarBUi leaving th ball to eeoort t lady horrra, Um aeeatsln followt htm, and taunbsd htm with the) swost tnaalt log cpttbet on (rrlrlng at tb lady' hoato, anabl to con trol BiBuell, bjturewow ai coat 10 ngnt them 1 both set ca blm, aaat Klukibb plungai a knife Into hla hxart he threw up- hia arm, exclaimed, Help me," and fell dead. Both of th assassin war lnrmedlately arretted. An UTitAnaonurr aixrBtfBrr wa car rlclout at Ciu.binall.oii Wednesday; a stern father hating forbidden hia handaom daughter to entertain her lover' a-Idreaseaa, sii left th house In th morning, and waa married. Bonn afterward a gentleman took paanegt to Mou 4il, for himself and negra servant, and arriv ed juat a th steamer ws about ailiflg th negro servant at one set to work to data a eoars woalea stocking, la which she waa n gaged, when, accompanied by a policeman, tha suspecting father passed her, while searching th boat. After th steamer got under welch. frvm th ladles' sUt room a beuntlful wife amerced, Warning with joyu hoa and elegantly dreseed. Ilernegrudora wasaet vu akin deep, but burnt cork. Calamities. Thfxf; u cmxiMuot destitution and suffer. Ing among the piur uurkingrlaisM st Msry. Tllle, Cal. A is tin ntx ovkb 5 nrwm near Port Stanley, 0. W., 011 1 rt.l.iy. They kvl leipr.1 the cat lie guard, an I ifellupnil up to the ap proaching train. A bum ai-T.tni K oi.n rABWitst, JaurotAii ItHTnollw. got up uiiusutlly early on Friday morning, lit a lire, went Into llio loft of tho wood-houaeand hangrnl lilmvjf, mur Meada rille, O. No ciuise, but temporary alx'rration, caa be laalgood. Foreigei Items. Taa l''.oi.uii (oLDiKtm quartered at Fret rlcklon, N. II , have beeu for hum time rtrlla.nl In tnow-ahoos, by order of Um commandant of th garrison. Titxax taa reirAJirjt tv FnA-irjAtrmal t sec are exoneration frout cMiairlptrtcajy th payment of money. Tba pro tit ia in tlie sccu. mulalion of fanda during th intervals of the variou Uvle. Tha CArrADT, ami 18 of th crew ef tb balk Maauchnaetta, while hi pursuit of a sperm whale, Dee. 6th, lost light ef tn ship, and were 6 days without food, till their arrival at Sn to,llrixiI,ontkll)th. Tub LoitDOii Cwuskjai. ITawa itata that hundred ef barrel of th clarified fat of hor ara imported from Oatend to England, and sold In London a genaln batter. Pie and puddingt mad of (uch a sarory (utotanc must b vary tempting to epicure. Ia MonrBBAi tbb bbattx rono I roofed ver, a to prorent It being; eovtred with now. It I lighted at night, and taa hand of th Canadian RiUo generally attend, i Th la dle fTequast tt, wearing abort dr, looped ap o to ha oat of th way, and Turkish trowaer, Taa ManieiAt, rmntuia of Montreal, C E., har been detected body inatchlng. A descent an tbo ioedlcalatAoal.br mean of atearchwar- raat, on Saturday week, revealed th eorpees of two thlldrea, on maa and three women, which had been stolen from their gravel. On rtadaat wa arretted and held to bail. A aaw vrBiroeo ArrAJtAixa fob tbb atxtD kaa beeu inrented by th Ucr. Mr. WABtx-Atr, of Scotland, originally for hi own ua. Tb hand tad pea ar Wept at woth en tb same Una, but tha paper more upward at th proper distance, a each line Is completed, by a (tight teach from the left hand. Tub cinuuLATiov of the Berlin daily p. par putr in th return a follow t Valk Zeltong, W.100 cotiis; Vinisch Zeitung, 14.b00 Nstlonal Zeitang, 7,500 ; Publicist, 7,i00 1 Ncun Prsuariselie Zaimna; 7,100 ; Sponereche Zhltung, 6,8(0 : Utrilchta ZoU tung, 8,500 ; Preunlschea Volksblatt. 4,uO Dorson Zeitusg, 2,100: Prcuaxlsche ZtUung, 2,000. VicTofi EttairvKi, I mere of a aoldler than a King, aud haa seen enough to know it. Dofore he gave Ua order for the advance of a 111 montea army Into th Marchea. ha ia reportod to hare aald to a counselor, who ventured t point out that ho waa pulling hia rmwraln jeopardy, tbat he cared nut hd could alwaya umi employment, somewhere or other, aa a colonel of cavalry, and that waa tha poalilua b In hia heart preferred, even to a throw. A So iT( IiMttl ntt waa uiice ordered " beef taa," by hit physician. Tha uext dr thopt tleut complalnoil that It had made bun siik. "WhyntUilatrr,- III try the Ua ray P." tw. pultiLg onic in a tklllet, ha warmel it, tasted it, and told tlii niiulator it wa exvuDeut. " Man." ears the minister, " it tbat tbe way e sun itf" ''What ithor way ahuuld It lo auppit? It excellent. I tsyi mluistsr." "tt may 1 amde tliat war. doctor .-bnt trr It wl' tbacream and tugar, man ! try it wV that, and then tee too y uke it , Tattia roMOAiPB 503 BawsrAPam, of wlakk 49 ar dovotsd to politic, and hav to deposit caution mouy In tb hand of the govern racnt. Tb oldest paper, Journal L &s pum, date hack to 1C05. Th circulation of lb leadliuj Journala, ia a follow t Ia Sleet, 40,000 ; LaConititulioiuwl, 23,000-1 I Petri, (0,000 I L'Oplnlona Nat loos (e, 23,000 t La Pre, lt.iKM) Le D.UU, 10,000 U Pays, 8,000 1 LUnion, 4,000 Ia Gatstte do France, 4.000 J L'Aint d U UelLglo, 4,000 1 U Moade, 4,000. Tiutjt abb Jtow rcei.piriroln Conatavntlno. nle over 20 newanaserai on in English a well condacteil weekly, with a dally bulletin, hav. Ing a larg circulation ; tin tn French on dilr, owned by the government ; en semi. Wtttiy, Wltn a uaiiy uuiroun I una ssniair medical paper l three In TurkUh en oflkial, on (emi-oftlcial, and on altogether lndepen. dsnt en in Greek, baring a largo clrculalioa representing Creek lntluenue ten In Ameri can, en owned by the America mission, and editl by Bvr. Dr. Dtnaarr, which 1 partially religious and partly secular OM of two of tha others ir able papers, bat moat of them r af a rather low order, ami devote thejiuelre aa peclellyto sltadwlag th American Miaoioaa rie. Ther ar alao two liulgarlau papera, which hat a good circulation, A small tir man paper died out recently. Boleatlfle Items. MarnAincAL Ibvbstiox M. Butali k, a Freuch Inventor, propoeee le cut rough stnm iuto th shape raiulted br structural purtvwaa, by maaa of aa apparatus like a pal pelt of sugar nipper, A ted til tram provided with a mechaa tam aaahllg the stone to bemetd a required. tome new machinery for the manafscture of lead pipe ba cam lot us. II const la a combine tloa of hydraulic macklairy for forcing lead or other metal through die la th form of rod, lubes, sheets, or of any othsr tsqulttd form or seutluu, In telvlng, alao, aa Improted Mode of cojatruXlng Ih metal container employed la thl kind of machla ery. Another peculiarity of the iateutlo cuutlsta la th application of a aalf-ac-tlng 'aiaiarataa to hy- drauliomaehlaaiy, by mean of whloh Ik motiv power oaa lo lucre th prtaaur beyond a (Iran limit. It U proposed to employ a lew kind of compoal'. tloa fof pllttlng" rock a 'compound of nitrate u soda, spent tan, and powdered sulpkur, la certain proiort!si(, Th nitrate of end la dLaaultedla (unUleut quaaUly ef water, tsr a firs, and boiled th laa I then mlxad with Ih olulloa, until ttary pertleat la Imptigaalad with It, sod tkett th iu.' csursn'lh mm manner, VThau .Ud, it I rad taraa,! A bail at now aula troaght lata ex tea. iTC W,lt ) V ClenHfAUQ(wH nr. RATaKDVERTIsfNd." TtKhtJ CA8U Vi ADTAWCH. Adverwseaieaaa-rur r.rr ruVB LINTS, thlrly , thirty iaaye.fi .w wore, or lerw, ens aey, ley. do cent 1 iwn daea. ra emiihtndaya,81taayatr. ABise.tr- "- anna, aa pne era an, MerrUrm M j, cents Ibr each four II aa'wiai' If adveruaenawit nf Ibrar awe, laaarl leejmofuaono,$4fortTfr (4 )n itaereant reran ted until 10 eVInrk, F Adtortlaetaant eeaabilahment U eoalnly cIomtI cm Sunday, at. Thar IlrltaJn as Seetoo't rail. The rail reitaoaa (tradd,, a triangilar tlrrber er lonRlldlaal slaepef, which ha oa corner up and the flut aid down, In th position a rid ge board natba roof of a country hews. Th steeper formed by splitting a oy(r (tick dlogoasJlr. each half forming a sWter aad eeeh sleeper ha ring a greater bearing on the ballast than would any (Id of th aquar (tick from which tt wm rat. Th A rail baa cotwi derabl rerti. cal (UeTneas, aa well a roach side (Uffnesa, bath af which ar neceaaary for atrtet axea. and it preeeat only a Barrow tread th mrface, apon which horse will not slip. On ef tbe chief dtaadraataga af a rad which U a wide as th tlmbr on wnlak it rests, is, that th continuity of tb paring ta biokac it slops square and abort atthatTa. le-r. At other part, tbe rtoae break jolatst, rd lb prrasar en them it partially diatribe. iroj among cetera ei tnrm, bat waea tbexr sirp at a squ r lln tfcey ar mor likely to b pr onderi down. Eejecully ft thh th caa at the (id of a rail, for bewater slightly it pre. Jrcts apwxrd. It will aeicb atl bald wheel (t? tehlile whiih arproech It at an at aagta, an that the wrtkeot part ot th paremeat la moat traratied ea aad meat hawrrnVred dewnv Tha a rail with It larger timber forma support for the atuae. whlcu at bevelled ta fit them. So th weight coming on of the) (tone rtnse to tha rail ta rylstrtSarted to thw whole vrirle sret long bearing surface of Ua Umber, aad the ptvemrata droaost wWata must strength 1 requited. In MAkiau nut-Beers., tKctiy, after h lug dng ont, tt exposed to th atmotpher far oar days, auinetime for week, beiore It ta rejaotod t the mill, where it it groaniT lot a coarr powder with a mixture uf one-sixth ef Id burnt tlay. Th common mill used for firlndlglt IsHraply two targe stones or east ron whtel suicis an wlge, and rewired y a shaft in sultsMo beerirqV., In a trsugh Inte whhh th rtay ll fed. Tfre trough er had. piste In which t he clay Is ground I or cast-iron, and as lb tlay I red ore. I loa pmiier fiiKnem it falls into a reu ptai le, frnni wliieh it la carried away l.r a cuntetir similar to that In a grUU mill, and I then deposited In a rnrmnno pug. mill wh't It Is inixril with water aud Uiornugkrjr alieaile-1 into a proper condition to render it tt for moulding. 1 hem brlcka are moulded Irk building bricks, and are afterwards enpoaexl t I eit In a warm apartment, wher they are tho roughly dried preparatory to beiog buraed. Pur this purp re they are placed in kiln eiaal. Iar inform and construction tn thnee employed for baking pottetr-ware. Her tbry aie aah Jectod to a very hlh bent, and it general!' take consUut bring for tire dsya tiefore fUtsaet thousand bticVacan beburue.1 Inaklln foartama feet In diameter and ten feet blah. Tbe ftrinr af such briiha muat lw conducted with great Vare. Thy sr so laid on their edges, shove another, and la rows, that space of aliuut half an loih are left between the tiaea. There space uswrr the purpose of miaato Hue Ui nm ana iwt gae iiaaa inreuoji inem up to tne rnimney, wuica is ii ait(td asVi th back end of the kiln. Mifcellaneous Items. neons Items, f DoaTOB Pvaim Linatar ceo taint M.ewt velomaa, aad 20,707 fnamphleta. Juairnaai Philui'' bequeat of $20,000, and TarirosxeaB PabbbbI superb library of 18,000 wlmi( har alo ka added- Ta ipue of Baa at brsry wt 30,000. , Tub TBBAatosiaTrBn, 10 phobkb BBtartr txao, did not deter a lerlng coupl fromdrtr Ing 9 mile to Lockport, N. T., on Thartdsay. to get married. When thay arrived, th geav taaman't f and ar wra frasaa, and lAe lady' no aa aoon ai thay were thawed, aha knot wa tied, and thy dret horn' icjvMaaj. A Cbixd ' Pombmiowb. A woman arsaaar. d In th court of Louitville, recently, to feet appointed guardian for har child, when tha fat lowing coUoqay naudi "What tat ana ointa gusxaian ior nor cuiio, waea taa ita ring colloquy enauidi "What eatat anal tr child J "Plat your honor, T don't oav aUnd ma." Judge "I tor, whit ha n If" 'Chill and fever, ptoz your tsoasur" Tour dentond; got I Tubbb u vmoM 1 to 7H raa-r- op i n tba ground all over th State of Wli almeet a ur alan that ther will be good crop next fall, and easun plenty of water in th atreama, o that lambermen caa aWat their log down from tba " Pineries" Iu tha spring, which ha not been th ca for th laat two years." Tbb CflARMnvros "Mut'.BBT" of Saturday contain the following "extract of a private) tetter, dated Savannah, February 9lhi Aat al tempt waa mad to blow up- lha powder magama, containing 3.000 kag of powder. Ih parties were detected la the attempt aavft lied. Two men have been arrested on luapi. cton. and If It c(n be proven, they will b aa penaed Immediately. Itllrtl.lt IstA5D PoUTHw. Th exlgenelaB of tb times, bsve alreaily led to iilUsenauaa among th Rhode Island Keiuibllctts, and tw) i cnventions bar Uen tailed to pripare fur that Hpnngrlocllon; oue, ty the lb publican Stata CcniuVillee, and lha other, as a Constitutional Union" Contention, the call for the tallcr belng tigped by many who voll for l.itcoua. Wuit a (KATivo wrAB Sr. Jimrrit, Mo., lartweik, Jamkh Gbah tM, caught sight of a wulf, turning down Ike liter, aud iuaUnlly gate tliiuiei ju.t on tlw eteuf lieiug i augbt, the ailrlghtod brulo jumpvl into an open stroll ll of water, followed by the rater hunter, who ncUed hla game by the tail, got aafeljr landed, assisted bv some friemla, and Uiilabesl by killing th wolf. Tun Ei irAfiuruTowii (Kr.) Dkmoosvit taya flistalsdy la llstdln ccuuly, recently. 5 av birth to four children and a colt! Tba ral twine were elite, and remained In perfect health for several dart after birth, when one af tin in expired, tba other still living, me etnar pair ware aeatl upon tha almost perfect form f a colt, bat life wa xtinct when tbe atraaw rrt were ualssred tato thla world. The two chU- dten and coll war counseled togethr. Tna Moaiut Aovxanaxn, after iiavlnr successfully urged Alabamlan to "plant Iheoa elvts firmly on their rights," njw entreat. them to tjant corn, U the beat meant of asear- g these rights. It says th present cottast op will sell at good price, but adtiaea plant, e not t put ta heavy crop br the Dissect sr, th ioveslovsat of Dior csrital in cat tin ataaufactur will be deterred by th politl. ul treublea. Therefor ai cotton, tboapA Klrg." U not food, th states of tha proTuaeav al ctauedetacy an commended to be rnindfal that their comraJsaarlal I wU luyplled fitaxa thtar owa broad acre. Ir tbb TOrtAa of a good hoys that haa gsUotad over turf b aoaaauxed, It will b foonat tl at la every uid bit lour feet bar corered a I so of tweaty-two feet. II, In cold blood, hat ba vry gently cantered at a common shmta hurdle, wsthout any ditch en on sid of ll car th other, It will be found that b ha lUarea. or rathsr he haa aet been abl to hsdp clearisuv. from tsa to twelve feet. Ia Egypt, " lop, tkssed by hound, oa coming luddantx. to a crack or crevice in th ground, caoaed by lb heat of th sun, ha been obrTd at a bound t clear thirty feet and yet on apia lng a high wait, th aama aalcaat slacken hi pace, (topi for a second, iiad.thaitjpop Ttr It. Tin abba, rorotATtoB, AJUxirBODtifnooi of scm of tb piluclpal nxlolng regions of tha old world ar aa followai lltrti Mountain, BOO, 01)0 teres 1 00,000 Lonulatloo; prod act lea, about o,000,000 annually. Saxony, 1,500.00 ere; 500,000 population; from lorn tea nilnaa. 600 torn of lead and 2,600 pouadi of alitor v I nually. Cornwall. 7oU00tJ acre; 800,000 p. puitttuo; prouuction ue,uvu pouuu vi wm. berldrs larg quanlitlel of laid, oorper, satd do, annually. Tha area of th lead, copper, argintlferoua and other miners! dtatrict la Southeast Mlaaourl, U (bout 8,000,000 acre; raipulation, 50,000, mostly small farmer about 2,000 en2i&ed In th lead and iron min ing buslnesa and siaeitlug busiuois. Annual production, Including Iron, $000,000. TnBAimnciALpBorAOAnoitoi' rtsuhaa proTdl a complete auccesi la lUitvpo i th Tay i.rlirii. lov.a atabluhad in lo57. turn OUt 500 CC0 ) wing ealuion tvy J ear; the Irish breeding place liav slao succeeded admirably; de artldcUl Ink at lluningue, near lUale, cettlirg 70 acre, I doing! lauch to repeenla 'hxhutlrlreiof rtano with nsb. Ks oouiaged by Katrpea aitincUl pisciculture, aerrl steal kitvaa on Long Wand, at their Til. Ut Jo. Weatcbteter County., endup tbellaJ jsn, har Uitd It, nd mak. no mor. of taklaat a lUtn. of tin trout out of their pomla, J a a T a M VI A F.e.aa ah ttullsai fnlanwa wtviaaa oia-iiaiiMJ-itu "-- - r CI- a..-, ...a raudmtll dmSabU that .oaa. cc-ghA-iT snaMVt v vt4tM lr iJtraf-BtffTsf' " I T?w'it.ar m