19 Şubat 1861 Tarihli The Sun Gazetesi Sayfa 1

19 Şubat 1861 tarihli The Sun Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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THE NEW YORK SUN, fsabUAed Dally. Masstay rjrjd, en srhloh m tvoalnsws trkamli retved). u ti old Sua rulldtnta, mm of ruile end Kwu streets, ul a K. tit Broadway, Ion m of Bmlmi, farti Powaad Ana aw setj under lb Araertoaa ktftsesir. Tb Dally Btmte delivered by Camera, to tub kvrlran la Hew York ty lad vieinJty, tl KX AH A tJCABTrJ. CE3TS IU WERT,. Bin I Copt On Coot, eT" Yfhsn mi by nail, roar rv 1 Ar a year. hw Circulation throng host Ik Year, eadlnf ytlih Deeernhor last 1,M COPIES PES DAT. nra WBEKLX BUM isneiUdlo eubtrvtber tl tevensy-flv per fr 1 1( booUm, 1 1 ilscli er4. ixati. Hoa n not great la InUndlW .beuilbi. sMdrest "THI SUM, Qui Fellaa aeva) RHMUmM, User Talk FuinaQiT-rwuto. TlOmtET FIUHR MAKERS AND MIL? J- liners vented e tm Reynold' patent beenet trip, sprint beet, Hf ertiete for th minnf aotnys art leereseitttiOT.Jttfotoaendttra Cell end lvtiMdtR.T.WiUEQc., l Broadway. H OCSEWOBK-amL WANTED TO T.n I e Lam Bin? Saloon, fend eln da the bowaewerk of small family. Herman lrl preferred. Call at No, 1W West lid street. 13.lUV.Sat. H OUSKWOHK GIRL WANTED TO DO g.ersl housework. Apply 136 Trout st. iMnt.1 TVTtJSia-WASTED A SMART, ACTIVH 'A irl thai andertteoda muelo, In small family f praoui on. that I wltllni to make kwKMi waUruacnl Apply to 4J Broome it. H1M-I SERVANTS-FEMALE SERVANTS Want ed nirf day. In (nod sltucllona i fnn.lw.wi girt. IsUIr lanled. smell lirto, at the lr I nji lt.it nod lorn, e-mdmbr respectable Udy. 'ltJ"Vnt'1 et, m. oth k l,ci SEWINO MACHINES WANTED TER mm vhowUhUUkolaoanora Blnier" aewlnt Wieohlne Itan eeer, end preetloe on J1 kind of work Abe pond ser to learn tha pantaloon trad. Xnqoln at No. W Unlnnwy U 1st Boor I'.UU.iUa JEWING MACHINE WANTED LADIES and other sewlne. machines, and pracrlo till eebatlad on shop work, ail tha rua and every put lesrned lTrf and raoranmradad to plaeaa wfiaa learned ferm.l. Also wtui Bavsnln for Mia and ,10 let iknn, at Ul AUloa eU near ieslaneer. 1,1M1 SEWING MACHINES WANTED, L Oka to 'earn loopiraU-ouSlnre'r, and vrhselerA; VMlronx and Howe's rwtu machine. 1 rrmt lor all, fro n 1 to f i. AU kind of aowlni mv-M.r. t-i let at K. Henry ot la.113.i4an SEWINO MACHINES-WANTED LADIES iMrti to oprrata on Wlwkl M f llatnl lio piatM mlm machlnaa. by ona ufth oUnatiaiprl' anted operauini In tlio tllfl Uohlll UriJmf atitah aut, nnimlni, flllna.turklo am, and tnormill ananaarmmtof toawalu maohlnna pprfactly, and ra. aonuuud4 to fwd ptaora for 11. Ilioaa wantloff aod operand ana naauyFunn aww" "-J "" anaatora. SEWINU MACHINES WANTED Udlat to learn b operatn on HlaaWl and Wkealar fU- aonlarwlna, macnmn au DiincDia im iin luMutw ianihl Terma aaar, and praloe on work. Apply at Xt Uold at, BmnlOys, batwaaa Ula and Maawa. WW Wilt BSaVLOTlrULTr-aiaVtoo AGENTS WANTED TO SELL RICK A Kl ' Prlao Jawalry r.nralope, sonUlnln mora artleim thin any ether ruralopa adTartbed Aianti araaawmaklnatinerday. 8 -od aUinp for f iTntaj. B. U. K1CKA Klra. fill Waaaan at. room t. l.l4.a CAIHNirr MAKER WANTED FOR A flrrt alaaa kotsl An annurrlad ran who esn ra Balr lumltnre, who andanUoda rablort and oarpan ierl work, aphoUtartea, hamlni af onrtalna. eto, and rhn aan nuka hlmaalf naonraUy avfuk aan hara a awrnianaat aiuallaa at a ood aalary. Addrfaa boi iini. New Yerk foat Offlm. l.ltK.t anni.nntRS WANTED IMMEDIATELY. O for U.B. Aram WO aatlro man. Pay from I1U Ml M aaoaAh. wlih board, clotlunf, AM. Apply at tha tssux nrtnolpai raadasTgua, W Cbatbam ai. lod AlfD B009UII BOARDQfO -JJINOLE AND MARRIED naaneanaaaaiinainiiliti1w1tkaadf?ai a?wi tisxzxszi? "Wisstir aim OARDINO-A TEW RESrECTABLK BOARDENO A JEW BDXULR OXHTLB aawiaanWiiiiaiiiilililwIUbwarBiaJiaaaaa. MnaMaaadatavala.aBd rannf Udiaa, BXarniaBaB DOARDDXO A FEW SINGLE GENTLE. D mn iliT a fnaUeiaaa and wlfa ana ba acaoni laMBaaarias "D OARD A FEW TOCNU MEN OAK BR XJ niMnnHam vltkp aaaaai alia a inrywnnf ladlaa Ban aad fam tU dnar. Vtta rood anarflanl pioainl inoiaaj M a aeenna nvannn. naiuria ODOWOS IB CTNTS CLEAN AND Jieonai anUrM: Joitatna atnH aad aonbl aaoa 10 ana 11 aanaj iM I alnU rural 11 to II onta I nenUan ITioIlkeenta. Oood fmii meala. inalndlnf nan artnlTwIlkeenta. Oood fmii maala. inalndlni It nnnta, at 44 Uanenard at, aanr Uroadwwf, aaenaUnieMandladalm.atelJkawn. nM Walaa. I4acll rKKSOlfAIa ItOTICEBli BOUNTY LAND-SOLDIERS', SAILORS' nod wtdowa aUlma for bounty land, pemdona, 4r nrai'aarmiy proaeonwa arbora a valid alalia ail by tba ukacrtbur In all eaaaa lUu. rarfldular attention liven OAl.Vl.i W. aaO I II. BoutlnM aaaunenaedelaima. OAl.Vl.i W, nJO 1 II. S-nil aoroi vnamneaa aan vnauiaa a. faiaauriay BOUNTT LANDS, c. SOLDIERS, Bnllari and othera, who hara aemd In any of tlM van, can obtain their wamuaj by aeplytni at tri Maawoat.heloi'lultoil. D.B.BK0WN". Attornap for Unlnjl State, alalma. M 4al PENSION WIDOWS DRAWINO PEN. torn aadar ant af Tea. Id. I'M, or J ana Id, ISM- and vtaon wnoat kaabnada hara bean killed or olen In rua,nuvy aaar aarmaiiiai to tneir aaTnniaa,ar aaur an tho aibaerlbnr at toe aontheaat aonaer of Oaf b-bajman atn. Uai.VL W. BJUTO. laMtl TIHEREAS MY WIFE. MARTnA EVE V LirBOK,hu left mybed and board without Bnrjaetaanaierprnaenrlon, thle la to forbid all per pane tnutloa har pa my acsount, ai 1 will la reipontl iitoroTnaaWbViofTtoraontraetlnt'. New York, reb. 1WU, lfcSU .AaUB D. UHK. 10.KO.I HaVCIIUfEBilfi aTVICE'S ANTC-FRIOTION MACHINE. rrlotloa la all ju ra none aw ty wiu, next to no afl raanlaa InanM aad na rapaln an nana. raonirMla ".nr 'aaat man linn reunlra tor Baanrlna and Punehlna Iron. In J anna, B Yarki rTnn. Batinaa Miua, Oatrott PaOTOaT,OeUlnerlU,CL. and muy'ataen In Ma If"" t Nat Bantjaa. VTnrlnla, I llea, Oaerwla, OHa, aW. Bnany af a ben, aftai anlnJhan faTWa a r I rain, aalaaraaU ant ba wifakanl than far ar fonr afaaaa Itiala noOi and etheea a&e aa.1 iw aemparken wan. any ether nnehrnn k-oojan talbom, prwlTeSIarafln -rUKW TORK MACHDTERT DEPOT. nSaaInnin7aa7nio4Uta?a7 " 1"- ataat SSdrMa, ler-Mean naabiuaV, bo? aottaaa, nartlw ina aad iaaoolni rnanMnaa, 4a i nlao alrenlar and na atiiht ana nllM of enrtona kind; train mlllala mat artebn. Jj tm nn at abarany htcI prlee. teVat, aba liana. tad ami ' KHIQH METALLIC PAINT THS DN- , aannj nr tun laraiuaala paint, an pre. tytbalara etan daalen at tha lowaat anperiorja anyaoU la ttua pnrket. bnlnf fnjy T5 per ataatla.aaaaaataf tbla pliM will bi Gpt per! arifea. Tbey warrant th. artlaUta ba J$ZW TORK InACUINERr DEPOT. AXERH, pttlLUI. 1KB Ul POH11 KLTINfl, Aft BIT and OTirKH OOat POSITION M IOiMKTAl, kfhlMBUap, rfHat all otnrr eruelef n aarfrnl U a If AMUfAUTUBJCIalt UP If OakBbraM AnU-Prletlaa ri'"(VJirji aj j 1NC1IKH APkKJWKrt. TT BIPTINa MAOflfVwa ht&xnP" BAU VAxa WIIAB"rt-teMWT XI J yonua men ana M iimmilimwiM Pa" and rnaina and a warn parlor.by naalylag aUM Ckat- B0AWHNO AT 1M BOWERT A TEW raaa aaaa ana ba aaaaaamadalad aita food board and piananol ravaia i aleo piallianin and Chotr ,raj ajutk Viand aad n ill ail aaaa,aa ajnaanikal naraM. . .',m wiw wi vwjiiuDm anora. no" SLth.wnrkln.lh. aal ana taTnTSrfaaRa2nIJ Waiaiar I. Ika laaneat and anaoaaaal aniaa- Bbhnvota ka the aauatry, la learn ttna wain, of aha S-tt!ffl-arB-MnWto mm .Ks . b li arnan Drain ua , rrVTMan. v a i j j. a. Ai anmnat, dawna, Bawaa At Oa, Now Mien. .tISSSSohc. SlNia and IKXttlCUA. WOOD WOrrTltJ pfaiawSf rmn nia aanai nw rf va.w aaaunieaa. LATUM, rLAHE vjraTnva a ri'hh THE NUMBER 8928. FINANCIAL, Ixo. KKW YOBX, U ooday, Feb. 14. Ruitnex it tbt IVwril m llrht -Jay with lower prion la Nw Yotk red, whll tha Wartarn ahnrei an firmer. Th ttronraat of tht apaculatl llt 1( IlUnoU Cantral, wUcn aold at na adrano. of 1 par cant, ao 8aturdar'i prion, Oalted BUtw Ttawiuy note, art ftnaar. A aal.of H pareanu wa and. U Ml V. and that aa bid, and 101 V nek idtlthacIoM. TbiBttttaVieUarakmar.bulnol praned for aala. Th Railroad boo, mala firai tmdar a atead danaad far Inrnetmana. Ttan U no cbaaf of noaaanl la nvy matten. Chola abott aoorraaaon ar wanlad nalaTper rent, aad " gill ad(" faur aad ail monthi par at T, I aad t ft cent. Call-lono. art near at a I par cant. Forolfa ionaiig oproi with aior firm nan hr lb Boetoa mall, aad th rat. on Lcod n It V par cent, hlfbar, fit bank.rl an holjing at lr, tad lb ran; of tranaaction It at 1MH a li. Frwca art rlill aalUaf at B.49 thouf h tanr It anktd by ion drawer. To Africa, nrtlrad aliK our Uat, brtnft a Hula) over 100,0 0 In il. Th WUlntoo lfarln loaoranc CJ. Vt da otartd tbalr annul itatamaiit, from which w learn that U net aamlDgt of th wear war $14J,H 53. A oaah diTldaad of 3 pet oetd. !iAI been declared, alto a trrlp dlriiend of IS per cent, to dealer. W nndmtaad that th BtlttmoT baokl will toon rtium aped patmtnu. gouthtrn trad It lacraailnj tad th motement of food, of varioua klnda ahowa a mnrked tncreaea. Botith Carolina It la th raaaket (n OIJ,I0 at I per ceuL Intereat. Th IwuJ. to hi lutied la lumi of t&O, flOO, and B&00. 11 th Africa w bar recaired Iw loo ad. ion to th 11 Inelaiik, la rilallcnto Aoierlna ecurltiM M'etrr- II irinf Pro, ai C . nniatk I In Atrnlcnaaaxktther haa been t t!I(hl nrl val of coufldetM. williia tb laat fr day, but witk otit any activity In biwineaa or da Uled Improve ment in ptlcee. 8a t bav brrt mad of Uailid 8 afa b'a at M!ttl i of l'tinyl.uila B'i renKWatM M T" i New Yti k and Hrte 3 1 mortiran I a boo la, Jf..n, of Mlchliian Veitial t Uad i at H , Njw toik Central abarra. 7, 1 lluila Cfntral alia-aa, S'aJl Uluounli Nw Yulkand E, 1 abiirea, I0a31, A telrirapbk, dltkh of tb Sd 1 01. altta that ale. of Illltolt Crplral iLart wart mad at lltft 2Sditount of K.r'a at SI and JIJi percent, and of hw Yoik Ciattal at llalO. BTOCK EXCHANQB SALES FTBaT B0ABO. 0 Trta II P.O.. .10)1, 413 Mich. Cn UV 7ieUa.i Tt l'O M B AN la. g II '4 SJMM.C.C 11 Vtt do 81 S do U M do I1W l0O0M.Ca. Cu -4X) Cbi. B. A Q... luuv Hud. M M... (HI IM 111. Cn KJp.. tSM IWiiO Mich. O. S p e. v 6T5 du U)4 iw. ao..,,.,, eon oi.,,.nuvJ imM.,UK.. uy ui ao ,19 wa ao. m loo ao,,,.bM lirno Mich. B. B. V. Tok l do . . . .bid IIV i tw 60W V A M.W 1 nt.'dO M do U 11M MOO I1U Ceo. B4.. PBJi M CI. A rtU. K. 9 !D00 de....... o IM 01. A Chi... . Tilt IOooT.II.AA.IMIO 410 do TIU tOOOOBAQ.fp. Mtf 100 do tl) B Am.kU.Bk... H end da.,,.MTlV M raa.Uoal..;( 100 do,.U0 llij IM Patlno K ft-.. 86 10 do ,.,.alO Tl, K do MM 10 CI AToL.... Uii a. vum,uoai n., in i"v ao....a3Vll 100 Canton 14li 100 d BJvf too M.T.O. B.... tt 410 do Mf IMKrUR. I30I1M M Cat A S. I.rtO H S IMUarUmR...... 1 W da eM 10 do 1V t aolMH 100 Raadlnr R, .10 41' K0 da , MM M0 do. ....00 41 100 do...jlj5:v e.Wl A AA A KA . wrtA 100 do 0 41V 100 io.,.,MBIX BEC0KD BOARD. BCS B.C. a U 450 liarlarn R Pf., 3V - Tana. da. 10.. nK 100 do till. 100 Han. A Ba. J.. Bl IM do ) MOOS do BO BOO Beading B..... 41 ttO Pari) M 8.... H 100 Mica. Can.. a30 Bd MNT.Oao TIV SO at 8 AN. I.. 14V eo do....aton2 to do .-.141. MBrlaB- It 100 K B. A B.I f II tOOUodBv.B.... 44 104 ....bev lltf 00 do....bM4d M Bl. Can B 8i.. n loo .... aUdiy 60 do:....Uori 10B Harlem B..U0 1 b da Til. 100 do 19C I0O. A To! UX 100 da. A P.M.... V 10 do 11V ROCK rLVCTUATIOHB. Thta nabla I derived by aoaaparUaa of th Flnt Board nla. ach day I ABvAJmD. DauuwnB, III. Ceo. B..... X par a Va. 6a. Viirtl I1L Cea. B. Bp. H .. MC.0. t .. aJ.Acia.ii-v .. Mj-o. 1 ,. Cla. A ToL B.. M .. PaHSj! M. 8...1V .. Kick. On. R H .. BrltB H .. Ktadln K .... , M.B.AR.Ia. V ChlB.At.B.- .I Demrexlo Bf arkrta. Momar, Ftlcuary H, 1M1. Finn dn) The Inquiry foe wwiteru and aut flour, early In th day, wan mora get.ral, but th advened 1ca damaniled for ihlpnlne brand ebrckedbuatnea.. Trad bran.li art Ann, and la fair demand. Th nla ar 10 HOD bill, at $ lit tM8 fnr aiipai fine iiaM i 3 8J H a t "i 40 f it eitra Ul t-''it5rH)t-ri.hokei fl 40 tl Mfir low gra'lM of ritra weetern i 5Me t.l(!lfrahli. rHnu brar d i "f nmnd hr extra Onlo, and to 71 1 flit for lied brand do. Canadian II nil U Oruier, the inpp'y I. nwlnrale alM of 0 Wi). tt A5 33 a tl II f.'r aitraa. Southern flour 1 q nt firm, but tb btu nu li aiodwate th iile. are l 00 U.I. at $1 40t$3 ) forn.lnd to good us.ifla Baltimore, 43.. and 1 K',,7 23 fur U.a IwtleV Uanda. It; a (I ur It aleady aad firm win of bl bul. at $3 So. J 4 40. Onroanl It quiet al J 4013 11 for Braady w n. llnckwliMl flour I. firm at ft tlafl per 100 lb. (.lila-jTbewhwit market I. better, but th da mtnd nwderaW, owing to the cxtram prlc In tlalad upon, and a fulun adyanct la freight. Th arrlvnli an limited, and a fair Inquiry t.r.Ta.I. for tAAlt'tUMj mm U( VtUBpan, Bailey It firm and la fair demtni for th local trad aal. of 1 300 buth. fair itai it TlMo. lUrlry malt it quia! al oSaOuc. neh and tin. By u nui plenty, and 10 fair demand aalw of inaU Iota of Jeraey al 5o , and State 17a09c. 0u ai ataajy and la lair damand at HXaSTo. lor Weatern and Canadian, and ITaSSs. fur Bute, lb latter rat delivered. Ooro I. Bin acd la good request fur lb local trad tad ahlpnienl Tt aaln are T7.000 btuhala at llawJKo. Ibr new WeeUrn niieJ, at th railroad depot i vaatSo, for do. deli mad l CCaCTo. for old do. In aior Olo. fur dn. dtllvered, and MC), br new annhero yelkrw. Pcorieiowa Tha pork mark! la quiet an I price ar nominal al 17 for man and II for prima. Beef lila retail demand and 1 twady wila. of T t.t.l. al attoaa T for repacked nan and tlta vivi.inrnn, rnn nn i quia ai uiaai, Bf ham an ataady el $14 43 1 aaln of 60 bblt. 1'axw an Inactlv al alia o. iiieawwn wn ere qui, n Mao jco lor WMtera. Laid 1 firm aad la lair ratpnat aaln of 100 bblt and to. atffc-aiao trr waanra, aad 1010 Volr city, BnUer and eblm ar qolat. Vorm Ther 1 vary llHla doing, but prkn ar qaiu aleady. W bear ar (mail nln Bio al UN allVc; aad T8 bagt Jamaica al 11 Ve-cMb. Corron Tb market la qaiet, but raanar firmer, on a baall of 11 for Middling rplaad, and 11 V do tw Mew Oil. an and Tim. Mount.-. Thar la a vary moderate demand for Nw Orlaant, al II a Mo, foreign kind an doll and heavy. Scoea Btw enntlira In nrf moderate raruert, acd w lav on. o nolle aaleaof l hhd. Cuba al 0 V'B Vc Ktfintd an quiet aad unchan-ed. Bala ai auction tbla morning af 839 hhd. New Orleant at 4 ITMit 44 per 100 Tb. Aran Th demand It fair fur pot at $3 00 V, and 11m ted forMuli al 15 11. liana Tli mark 1 quiet, and w havt ao aaln to Betloa. Boateai Bajraainra A very lnUrcetln lit tl work hat Juit appear. ad under tha modcit tilt of ' 'Concerning Som. Scotch SuTDtrae." 1'rom lu many curlou dot ailt and anecdotal w telact tha fullowla.; i A Dublin clliiea, (I think a dealer in tobacoo and muff; about t and of but century, had lived tl a good afraandtn good repute, an ler th name of ilalfprmy. II throve In trada, and hll children prevailed on hint la nia Utter yean to chanj nil name, which they thoutfht undignified, and tbil ha did by limply drop, plna th laat letter. II died, and wai burled at Mr. Ilalpm. Thefortuntof th ftraHy did nal recede, and th ton of oar eitiiou tUoujrht proper to renounce retail dealing;, ami at th am tuna h looked about for a eupuonlout change of mme. He mid no MrupU pf drop, pins the onneceuary k, lod that being dona, U) go Into the Caltlo rage which. 8lr Walteb 8vrrTandtkIjul.eth.LikhdJut rU. !rJi' "!? aiiat and be who had rua th 2n? tV" l" Kt-ir IIalfpnny cam oat (in fall Rob Roy tartan T traat) at th tvy th NEVf YORK. TUESDAY. FKBRUAItY THE NEW YORK SUN TUDAT M0RMIN0, FED. 1!, lMt. Hon at rATER. At the JuveoiU Asylant (he other day, a Interesting loantwai witnea. ed. Borne (rentletnen went up from thli city to talk irvl pray with Hi pupil 300 of whom, ai already reporleI In the Snr, had, at one time, anted for prayer. After a aeaion "pent In lap plication, led by th Wilton. A gtmtleman toldi Now, boyi, tho rye of God ll upon yon. You may deceive u you mir decolv your, aire but God cannot be deceived, lie took upon the heart. If any of you detiro the pray, en of Christina for you, you nuy muifcit it ly ttUIriif, your hand. Anl, i If by one impuue moeJ, ISO out of tho COO children requcited prayer. Tlieae wire de Uined for initrnctlon, while th ottieri war allowed to rttirn. After aomewordi of eountul, It wal laid to them by pmtlemtn present boya, porhapt tome of you would like to pray and 10 of three bnyi lent In prayer, praying earneatly for themielree, and aspeclall fr the who hid gone out anil had not aked for prayer. A HiiiirClam CO'TPRTun. A Rentlemin, not lonir, tlnce, accordiuit to hi own account, went to i Superlntcndant of a Sand it Behoof and atked If li hid any class to Kive (o htm to Inttruct. Ko, said the Supcrintendant, our claaeei are ill fiWen up to te.icheri. Udt here are aonio large lioyi, pcrhspi you cnul I gather a clan of them, a a UiMe clasa. Tho ei perl ment wi tried, ind rcsultcl In liU Imnuin,' wlthirliuof threo then more anl more, un til he pot twen'y-flve of whom two were pious. All thil boin lire montln gn. Vow, twcnlj.ta out of the twonty-firo htvo U-en ronTcrtiil; leivinit bul one nticonvcrlcd, li la the two who were profoori of rcllluu at the beianlnit of tho (la. Tur Joiit Sraairr I'ltlTru MniTrto, Thl mertiO U fl lurinhin,? aaln, and large numberi alien I, The notice whhh 1 given if tli niovcinenU of Ilia meeting by tho publica tion of the tnrl lents in th itttl lut, hat a 1 dod largely no doubt to 111 attondance. Hut a still greater lauseU theiilent, penile Infla me if thtlloty Spirit. Th Spirit ecm to rerradeaJl (he dally prater mo.tlni of th city In an unwonttd ateaiure. Mortu DArrtiT Chorcii it Kkwark, MertinRi havt leen held every day, for prayer, lnce near the beginning of the year. In the Sunday School, the but place wlir the spirit wal manifest, there ha lieen a great turning to the Lord among th youth and children, and from 40 to 60 bav bean hopefully conrar ted. Th work I In progress. llioii aliLUtn'a Ad k r to WoitKtsuMUf. Koad govd book, not forgetting th brat "t all; there l more true philonopny in tne Ilibl than la every work of every aceptle that ever wrote; we tuould be all miserable creatures without it, and none more miserable than you. ColtortAoi m LoTDow.The Society for elllng llibln in the metropolil and reading por tion! of th Word of God in th aiuiree, itreeti nd alley! of London, it now fairly itarlad. It il actually nropoaad. If the funds cm bo pro cured, to keep one hundred ctrriage well ticked with IliUet of different aorti traversing the immense area ovor which tha city now rpreadi It self, tnd uton whhh a population rqual to that of all Wale liai Mttle.1. Tub Etoirrmrnt AicurAt, Rrport of tb Toung Vet Minion Society of th Htanton treat Dapnit church, nhowi their collection, for the put year, to have lwn 1,110 70, which were apprnprlaled to differoat beniro Icot oljects. A rmaciilrEL for public worship lui len oprnwl In the First Ward. It is on the corner of State and IlrUgo streets, fronllng the Ilat tery, and directly nppoaiteCietle Garden. Sun day arrvlcea are held al follows: lOi A. M , 3 I". M., and "H in the ttenlng. CiitiME PorrLAft nrwRroiocE. TUy. Dr. Wp.ktworth says In a lit letter from China .''Wealihy Chlneeo, who care nothing for Christianity and leal fur mitalonarlo har contributed or four Auaire.1 uW.iri to th Female Ftundluig Asylum councctei with our Mission In luh Ciiau. ' AmittiiAt uiLLVEirn iiioitII DAMLbDiMaKiia, a dissenting minister of London, in the eotentoafrth ccnturr, preichlng on the robe righteousness, ssf 1 1 "If any of vou would have a (rood and iboip suit, you will ko to Mammoth Street) if )ou wmt a suit for life, you will go to the Court of Cu incery but if yuu wish for a suit whkh will list to etermly, yeu must go to the Lord Jcsm Christ, and put ou hit rolat of rlghtpousiiosi." IlooKllAWKitii. Atari F.nglihpdurlloni conference wbl.h rcceitly met, the following ficti In rerd to the notmUr timto fur rmvlnnr. were iul.mitte.1. Religious ptiblicitiiins were the most pnpulsri In 1'er.il.roknslilre, in 1M.VI, hbl llildes were soil) in Knit Uusiex, 837 ll.l.toa and 1,782 rrsyer-txioks. The lunik hl li lind the readiest sal. are Oxendon' " r.illiwsy of b.fetj,"raiton's Cottage Girlener," Oten don' ''Laboring Man's ll..k," "The I'llgrlm 'i irogress, -jne rjrncst uommunicant, ' "In quire Within " "Johnson's Illctliinary," "Nidi oil's Help to Reading the Bible;" aaal af pirl ixllcals, the "llritlsh Wnrkmaa," ba Pwmy rost" "Ilsnr Hours," "fluaiv at lrome' and 'Clmrchnvui'i Monthly llawy aUajailne." Almost all of those ar books of a resigloiu tendency, Wuttaiiirrna rac rssAciiiR. There li a story going th round that a clergyman from the country had occasion to exchange pulpits with a distinguished minister of Xw York. Miny members of tbe congregation having I he Idea that nolwxly els could preach a turmoil at well as their pastor, whan they entered their church and found a stranger occupying his place tbey turned and went out, an I others ware on the point of doing so, when the IUwc gentleman arose, hymn bonk In hand, and gravrlv remiiked t All ihose win came her t worship the Itev. Dr. will have an oppor tunity to rstiie, and thaa who cam to wor ship tb everlmtlng Uu.1 will pleiae unite in singing the following bynvn." Tub bentT!nce of JJrltlih Christians ll great. Tha receinli of the various rellgloul aocietlei la Great Britain last year reached the um of more than lit and a quarter nuUtouf of doliar$, all from voluntary contributloni. Tub Mat. Oip.ii or (Jiusoow. Par. hap ther Is no clin of th community tmeng whom tbe Incnaalng raligloul aarnanU Deal of tlie last lghtaei moaBk hai produced happier rtiulti than 0000,; themlll-girliof our city. Any one who has beet In tha habit of attending revival meetmgs. whether In th open air or In meetings within doors, must have been struck with th Urge proportion of thli Industrious class of our cummuully, who are usually present, (Specially In the eastern and northern districts of th city, Kven dur ing tha working-day, It has lawn very common to so many of those young women snatching a few minutes from their meal boura, and com ing in their working-clotho, UIMa in band, to spt-ud what time they cm spare In devotion, exirciai. GUsyott Cwirdnm. lard Dreagaan In flavor af Caareaalaa. Tbe following letter, addressed by Lord IJaouoiusi to the llirmlngham Conference, 1 1 descrrlug of attention 1 I'uia, (Var) Jan. 1, IS01. Mr Put Hiu.i-I bare ajala lo eiprasi my I real 1 egret al not being able le attend tbe O infer anui. aouiuay well ballv. bow dae aa Inloreat I take In It. Tier, want eum such Iking to gin on. eomtirt la tbase llmea, when such untoward at ei I. are, ll la to be fcata.1, ka progre... Tb dif ficullli unhanplly Interpneed by varloui oauan (aont afa kind wdaaatly removed) la lb neUle meulcf Italy under a uaaUinlloual govammant, u-etlng har tnnu lb wotal tyranny ol m .darn tlmn, and, above all, ffis alarm fdt by all (As rienit or ImMs fmnrowrwieaf af tht rltk 0 tlmniun in Ameitra, art naturttly upirrmott in em's mind at fas irwnU Irms. ifow tnueA is it n U ulsAeJ (Aof fas emafendwia tiavtiw la'loiA Jtalp mi Amrta tmM la a lea eui eeur eouts. and learn tA. ittt- 5 OW4 wen n fstwj nf aviiueumiel mna miintnf 01 eeaefcm' Oaroooatllaltoal. thuawanlnataauit alt wtadora, I heartily wtak guugaai t tha Una. (areooa, bum yii aa, va. VBOiwaAM, -'jjfjj Facts and Hauler-. Adrlao from North Carotin t to Mr Krt. hki.v, the headof the Census Bureau, cuarey lb anurene that th at wdl punu a ours al verve lo the aeceaaloa movement. Thl Mill cea veoilo will ooalnla a tuajorlvy of Vnlon man, Hon. Oeneea M. DaLLaa, Amerkaa Mlnlenr la lmdoa, wrIU ikspent letten ti his Men Is a this aid of lb AtUnlla, deploring th pnaent eon. dliloo of political affairs la thl Voited Blatea, and tiprawrlT of th dlagrao which lb madnaw of a portion of our people, and Ik pitiable attilud of Ik OevarrnBeD, ha reflected upon the American nam. Pabtletaenof KsgUnd In high station con dole with him upon Ih state of hla euuutry, aid Ul Inlended kladneea be feala lo be a reproaoh and humiliation. Oa Tkuraday a rumor prttalled la Cbailtrleo, to th tfisct that Major Aaimoa ha.1 lafrmd Oovtrnor Pionirn thai hi ivptcted letnforcauieute In a few days, and notifying the Got.mor, al lh ami Una, thai If Ik vanet bringing them wai find oa, b would return tht fir from Fort Sum ter. Thl fn'lowiag ll told regarding th appointment of Mr. Du a Secretary of Ik Treasaryt A com mute fron Maw Tork banken walled on Mr. Bo rn! ll In December laat and staled that Jtbe Q v. arnmanl loau would Both token union Seoeaslontrt Tnmaa wa removed aad a Valoa man euhetllnUd. aen. till was named fcr the place, and ll was alae negotiated thai h ahould b an occupant of th VTblMllesiM. Mr. D11 wa. appointed Seiralary, th loan was taken, tail th new Bcretry lod,rn al Ik l.iicullt roaual.Ki. Tb ol.Ject of tblt laat reqiilienenl it creating much tvidatton auioig lb lev'ert of lb recension movement. Tbe 0 . nnm.nl bst eauas to apprehend an ther blomly lud an war In Waablrfln Territory, iinles lhnnthinsttlou of Ih M-i-l'rTcet reseivallm be pun baaed by Ojngres. Camtulasloner (lam. wrmn his bean called nn fir ioSs-oiat on, and h. staled to C""greM thai an a, pnpiUllon of fifty thoustnd dollars wc uld etisMs Mm to buy near twj mlUliaiauf acre of mlurtat landa, and prre-re the peace. Tl mlurrs wl.l .ur)n ll.er lu the spiUg acd lei ludiaus ttmateii eitertdliatlcn. luterrallng ('anrepaadrarf. 1 ho following correspou lence lias been kindly laced In our hinds for publication CkMKAI. Fai t.i. It. I.,) Jan. W, I Kill. " llohrrt A tuli rum, Jliiur l.'.X.A ., fori Simirr, ChwUitnn, ft. C.t Dkab Sik lie assured that your soldier like and patriotic conduit le appre 1 lated throughout tha land, a 011 hat honored th llag of tb nation. SuffVr me to suggest that I should bo happy in receiving the autograph of th man who bis thus done such honor to himself ami to bis country. I Intrude Ibis request lesi for myself than for tbo excellent military company of wniui 1 uare me uunor 10 11 ciieiuaiu me Pawtucket Light Guard, under Cot. Stki'Iirw B. llocRiAar, numbering ona hundred men, all pledged toitand by "the star-spangled banner." It will do ul good to look upon the uarne of tbe nun who hat dared to act la honor of tho llag of the nation. lleaie accept the accompanying Unci on "Tb Flag of Fort Sumter, " which were tint read lief ore our company, I remain yours as a brother In th cause of our country, FntriKRic Dnsiso". Fobt SOalTIR, S.C.,) Feb. 3. 1K01. f Kt. Fl rdrrie Drw'tow Cntral t'aili, R. .: Dear Sir Accept my thanks for the pttrlotlc rcrsss yon were so kind is to enclose in jour Battering and complimentary note of January 28 th. I feel that praise Is not due from my conntry men to me for what I havi done, or omitte I to do. but to Him under white guidance I trust I har acted. W are In th midst of trouhloui times times when we must all axercis patience anl forbearance toward those who differ from us. God grant thet.our beloved Union mar, ere long, com from under tb cloud which now Impends, and that th world shell see eiery tar shining ther in perfect beauty. I am, ilr, lery truly yours, 4c,, K0BBr Akhkhhow, Major V. S. A. T. 8. I see that In yrmf pr"r ersi you ppesk of th playing of "Hail Columbia" wh.11 my flag wai raised. Tha men who narrated

that event mad a mlitake. " Tha Star Span. glad Dinner" wai played at that time. On Sunday afternoon last, at th clon of th discourse delivered Irr Rev. Mr. Di-ison, pas tor of the Central Falls IlaptUt Church, In ao. rordance with previously expressed wish, the letter of Msjor Aidfrsos was road by him to lb congregation. Afler th reading ef the letter, the whole as sembly united in sin ring the national hymn, to the national tune of ' America:" " My country, 'lis of ll.ee, ttwett laud .filbert," Ac, rutrtitclit Ganllf, We find In tbe Pnn Idem Pi tii tho following icucr in in major Aim.!! 1 Fort NuMrrn, S. C.,1 Feb. !i, mill. f . . Chimin. Crinimistioner I'uhtie Sch J: Vioivlrmt, K. ..-Accept my thanki for yotir let tor of the Itb Inst , Induing tho lntrrcslisg aildreas nn "Manhood," by the itev. Dr. bwAlx. I feci highly complimented by the Haltering allusion ho mikes to me In It. I rrsr tblt God. who I bnlleve iruldod and guarded mo in tho execution of the act referral to, will still continue his protecting care ovor me ami my little band. Toe South Carolinians appear to me determined to liring on a collision. I shall continue, by God's blessing, to do all in my power tbat benor wllpermlt, to prevent il. Parhai wiser counsels may prevail at Mont gomery than have been pursued In thli it at government. If ', all may yet end well. God grant it. I sin, ilr, respectfully, Your obedient servant, Rorprt A'DERwr. ItVaUalfpl. Th St. Louis ,Vtv hai the following la re gatil to iiauctiu.lu Mississippi and dinatlafao tlou among tb poop'e t "We learn by reliable advice, received from citizens of Mlisiatippl now in St. Louis, tbat ther It extreme dissatisfaction among the peo ple of that itate, at the violent coercion of Mis sissippi Into the vortex of secession, by tha ar. I.ltrsry Jeadors of the movement, and part'eu larly at tbe refusal of tbe convention to sub mit the questlen of secession to a popular vote. It will N remembered that a vary respecta ble minority of th delegate were elected at sco-operatioiilsti' aad opponent I of Immediate seceeilon. Nevertholeaa, when th convention met, these 'co-onerationlsts' war dragooned and DTOw-beatea Into an abandonment of their srkrwa and tbe dealn of their constituents, and forced, against their own better Judgment, by th outiid pressure brought to bear on the convention, to vote for the ordinance of se ranlon. In the co-opr!tlon' counties the dls itisftctionof th people ll greatest, though Hi public and conceited expression id repress ed by the terrorism itill maintained by the a. cesebnllltl. The people were not prepared for the sever trials which secefsloo imposes on them. Their craps last year war short, and In tb counties bordering on th Alabama Una tha utmost des titution exists. Planter! who generally ovaki fifty to seventy-five talc of cotton, made, last year, only ten to twenty anl even this leant crop cannot be sent to market, on annunt of tb disturbance of trade. In people, there fore, are in debt, and suffering from want of the mmmoneit neeeatitlM of 111. It U not urprlalng, thn, that they should be diicctv tented at the movement that not only denrlrad thtm of a country and a flag, but which sub jects them lo the severest privation and bard abil, with nothing but the dreary swamp light of anexpetuivi muthcru confederacy to theef them." Tbe Tl-alala Kiertlaa. The Rithmond Wliit publish th remit of the official return! from on hundred anl three countlea and cities, on tbe question of referring th action of the Cunt eidloii to Uapeojle. U fuoti up as follow! 1 Majorities fur reference , . , , 49,411 do. against reference . , , . 10,00, Clow mijoilty for, coooe. 1 I W.tod 1861. f'ennllfntlen af lhe Henlhera I'atiltderacy. Tbefolloalng change anl at litloni show the .liflVr. me between the U aititut.i n of the United Mtstis and the Provisannl timstUutlou Cf Ihe Confnlrrite Huteft. 1 sklng the former Cmsiltutlon Al Iho basts, tie following ire tho alteratlom anl amend, aionla 1 Ai miTPMn. 111. Tb rrovlstoual OuimUtutlon dlfen from lb Mk.rlnlM.i Thai lb LMlalsMn powen of Ih l'rovlstwnal aovainruetil ar vested la lb Conrnai now aaesmb ed.aud Iblt rsaly tierclsea all Ik fiiae. tiona anal an exantsskl by ther or both breneke of lb. I nlted S'-ale O Jvernment. lad. Tb. l'lovlalonal rrealderd holds his offi-e fur one year, uule.. suoner suiersede.1 bylbeea tabliahmenl of a permanent government. If d. Bach stal I r tad Ins.) a dbrtlnrlj.ldiolal IMatrlot tb Judg having all Ih power, hereto, fore vnled In the Walrlit and Circuit UJiirUi aad tbe n.aral lilalrlcl Judg.s lurcher eompoes Ibe Buprraie lleuch a ruajerity of Ibem constllutliuf a quuriun. lh Wbenver the word " I'n'on " ocenn In tbe l'nilr.1 Btetes Uoualitutlou, ibe W9rd "On-'eJe-lacy " la subet luted. Tut roiiowiwo all Till annmoM 11 Tb lna dfiil may v.ti any ..ptrat appro. firUilon, witboul vetoing Ih wbule kill In which I la contained. ltd. Tbe African slave tnds hi prohibited. lid. Congress U empowered to prohibit tbe Intro, ductlcu of tla vet from any stats not a member of laia Confederacy. 4ih. All tproprlailont must bs upon th demand of Ui rvtaiJciil, cr head of departments. rtiHeiia. 1st. There la no prohibition on mentisn nf C ai giea. holding Mlit ellbn of bonir audeuiolu menl under Ibe Pioviatonal tiovsrnuieiit. Id lltiaiaiopruvlelon for urul-al spot f tbe luallon cf a seal of Uovetuiueiil, nr for sites for K. ru, Aran. els, and liirkyard 0 mse.) isut ly.llnre ism rrferem male it Die Territorial pnwen 1 f Ibe rroslaliaial (I t.ernmeiil 1 1. Tb aeeiinn In lb eld C mstiiualon In refer eiueto lailtalliii anl iber dltect let, bsouu trdi also, ike aeciloti pruvld ug that no tax or duty shall Is. laid mi any txjsnis. 4 1brikilillot nn Hl.'s kreplnr trHiii or ship of war, in tuns bf pea e, Is oni lied. Mb. Tbe (V.ml.lui o, l.smf pn vialoiuU uisre'y, noptoTiniin s mads for ll lai.lU.aiDu. awrMitrs 1st Tbe fiiellHetiaie plana of tl old C"vl tit 11 m la aineui'ed a ticantain ibe wn I elvs anil in jmivloe I r lull roupntval tti In rios f a'sini v n, or 1 mute laacu. name pari 01 sue Btila In whltb such lv-d.lit'oti may l.ks pines. Id. ii mrcis, by a it of two I'linls, in ty tl any tune, aiUr or a um 1 the C iiidiiutlon. TrMroHiaT ra .vtsios, 1st. Tbs Prov's'oftnl II ivernmenl Is rfri'ili-a.1 to lake linn ediale steps for tbe estvleoienl of all mat. ten Wlwe. 11 Ihe Stales (inning II, an 1 Ibtlr liber lite confaderatM nf tbe 1 ulbsl gut, In r.'atloa In tbe 1 uhllc prc erty ard 11 e public deli. Sd. Vm.lioioery lstuads Hi vtuu,wiary seat of Qevei nniei J Sd. This Constitution Is to continue one year, unliss altered by atwn-thlrd. vote, or eipt reeded by a permaornl (lovsruniieia. IeTttef from si tiermna Heldicr la Fart Hunter. "Fort St mtir, Feb. 7, lff!l W expect to 1m attacked every day. 'I hey have not quite finUliol their batteries. They are build ing one aUut 1,100 yard from our fort, In Imitation of tbe area shiiie built now In Kurone, 10 mat w suau nave a piece ui naru wora to aestroy 11. 1 expoci we snail nave an at tact: before my letter renolie you. W all think w shall be able to stand it for about ten davs. Tbey cannot tike the fort by assault (iturat) unices tney wian 10 sacriuc irom inree 10 tour tlioussnd 'Htm, It li Impossible they should enter tbe fort, and tbey cannot come near enough to make breach (orrsinr). They know it very well, and their plan Is tobombtrd bs tilt they kill us ono after another, or till w are starved to death. "lint will not tbe North do anything to as sist us, as the Government will notf Wby should we li ew. posed to starvation and de struction for them. If ther will do nothing for us t My good wife and child ar now In New York. She ll going to be confined again, and we have lost almost all we had, through our udden removal. I have too much pride to apply to any body, but I cannot couceal it from you. 1 thank you fur your kind promise to assist hr. She will write to you when ibe needs you. Even our salary has not been paid for some time. I would write rnn more about our situation here. but. though I write In German, ther ar enough traitors among tho Gcrmaui In Charleston, an 1 til scampi otien our letter. HuBice it to say. that we are all In exccllout spirit! and of good courage, and lull or cnnlldenoe in our com mander and officers- Wa are ready to a man to mow me worm ton ui tragedy 01 ioui du can Le re-enacted by United t' troops. "Let the dog come, we will rsceivd tbcm as they deserve it, and destroy thorn an 1 W1 ' rebellion with onn blow. What If 70 United Btatos troops were to whip a wholo state?" Civil War at Abellalm. The Raleigh, North Carolina Manlinl i.iys tbat war must follow dissolution 1 that " it will be Impossible for th northwestern and gulf aisles to avoid war the navigation of tl.e Mississippi will lend to ll." "Ifwaronebrnksout.ll will rag la Ih In terior, on our ee c nets, ou Ih high aeas, aid oa our frontiers. Twsny Millions of north ern Isxp'e wdl ll win b-cera nur eiemlee. Tnev will war uooti u alcnir a lins of three IlioiiMLd ailln fivin lb At'antlo li the I'alflj. Negro properly will casss to I vsluab., bs lauss 111 product of aUv 1.1k. r, nui of all oaLsr labe-, will bs In great dig e cut off irom in inaia.is or iu wuiia. Tb uern wilt ka iw, leu, that !ie war Is wagoj on Ikelr aoroiiU" Tby will bauoir reatten aid tur bulenl Heavy Ufa UI llsu I fiom Ihaae wait. These tsxeeaustb pad rjia.ulyoul of sluve la ta r. Biroaf governieenu will b nUbllaUed, atl will bear ueeflly on the mataea. Tie ma.an will al ltegtk rla up and d.slior rirylhlng la their wsv. Mule lunJa will be renudlaied. Ilinka w.ll Ueak. WlJuwi an 1 orphans will b reductd to beggary. Tb sword will wat Try when para mount In all law. Th wbol world oulald IU alavaboldlsg stain, wllh tllgbl esceuilona, li op tweed lo tlarery 1 aad Iba whole world, with alas let ihut randsrsst lasecun and oumparailv.ly valualssa, will lake eld', with Ibe North agalas a. Tie end will beAbollUoa I" WeceawUa Uarwaoar. In tbe Alabama House of Representative, ou the 2d Inst, th bill legalizing tho suspen se n f th bank being under consideration, Mr. CuTHxaALL declared tbat if be bul he livd thli Lgilatur would have t used th "slay law " that went throngh th House y. trrday and would af opt tb amendment then nndrr consider! Ion, ha should har boon con tent to live) four yean under LiKcoiJi'a admin istration, however strongly he blievd and gloried la the right ef aeceeslon. At this a aim was heard. Mr. CurncaiLL. remarked that if tbe person wbo had hbtsed bin would (how him sal, b would put hll mouth In inch a fix as to inaki Mm Incapable of hissing for a week. Thereupon, Gkobop O. Hr.!iar, of Mobile, stepped forward and laid that be it wal who hissed. Mr. Cuthbbau. then threw an Ink. stand at him, but the crowd gather!; roua4 stepped th matter. Aei niawtrlasn Beanie, In the list ef 67 new senators named by Vio ion EscmuiX may lie remarked some of the names most familiar to tbe students of history, such as Colonba, SrouzA, and Gonzaoaj others well known te literal ur and science, such ts I)r.GAPARia, the discoverer of aeveral new planets; Professor Momsott a dlstlr. (luirhed natural t hllonoplier 1 arnt Ptofosaor MiriiKiR Amabi. th learned Orientalist; ami many mlitlcl men of high note, as, for In stance, Ri oiiiiRo Sr-lTlMn, of the Prince of K rTAi.u, Dictator of Sicily in 1818; Marnult (IcALTiKRin, Teow InUndant General of pFRt'fliA; MsTrpils PABano, Ac. There Is also a Professor OaaiHi among the number, but It I doubtful whether he be a aakaUvs of tho fumoui Onnm of IBM or not. The Ilarre Areile Kxuesllllen. The many frlen.li of this etpeilitloii will l glad to learn tbat Congress has passed an act, which hll received tli signature of the Presi dent, to luthorire tbe name United Sutoe," patriotically adopted by Dr. laiAC I. IUiri fur hll exploring Kb s.n.r. The Pbllailtlphla Gasette, la reporting Iho ttliove, uys "tte hould be glad to Iblnk that, on the return of our couutn men from tha fn ion lone, they will see still Hying, with undlmlnlshe.1 stars, tbe flag for the honor of which they in now periling their orn llvei and fortunes." 1 . Tub kvAi obatio from the surface of His American UkeiilMtiniated at 11, H00, 000.00O,. CbOeuble feet per nnam,which accounts for tbe rnormens difference between the large volumes of water which rater th lakes, end theoro i-u-etivoly mll quiatlty wbiiJt ,HTd thom at U.rtralWl. 19, SUN. PRICE ONE OKNT Criminals Tint mrrAtrATiowa of the Imlslana Stats Tax Collector! during the Inst thlrtr yean lure swindled tb treasury out of JuO,(,H. Am twnmsiAirr rArti. IJIDT cnwhllod Ins Msyor of Wellsvllle, Pa., on Weslneelay, lie cause be had shown to several persona an ano nymous letter, rcllectlng on tier character. A RtrTAt. IIClnARD TIIRBW ASAXN at hll wife, at Stnckttn. Mo., on tho lit the woman amlge.1. and the blow foil on tneir iitiiecnn.i, whose face wn ipllt open ) tho little victim cannot recover. A 11 a aan hai r. or nrxrivitr-n wu made at Columbus, Ohio, on th visit of th Presi dent elect, on Wednesday, On th persona of two of them th nol c found til, betide a quantity of Jewelry, Ac. WfttJAM Kuril tail. In a fit of deipondencw about money matters, cut the tliroat of hll three little children, ind then severed hll own Jugular, In the presence of hll wife, ou tbe lltn uit., in uaidwin w., aia. Wit MAM KARt.Y RRCRITTLY Dm ARRT) tblt he would shoot sir Dutchman who appeared on tna ire, at isntonviiie. id. en ounoay ue put bis tbreat into execution on joiiv narra. Ibe wounded man will ba a cripple for life. A Rirn uorsR owmru In Albany. In collect. Ing hll rents, recently attempted liberties with the virtuous wlso of one of hll tenant!; tb indignant lady let him off, anl the husband hat commenced ail action against tins 1Kb toundrel, laying bis damages at 10,UU0. Thirty (iimhii triid to raw apk from jail al Ssn (jurntin, Cat., on the loth ult. Tho guard nln nod lire, and the 1 risonen onlv retreated v.hen G wrru kilhd and J severely wounded. Aiixam.ih Ghiiv-ii, serving a term for murder, render. 1 eiHclent assltUuce to tbo ofliceri. Two PABwrKS hai k jrsr inn a novel taw suit at Grsngi r, N. V. Tbey Ind rteera id much alike that neitbrr kntw " tolhrr fmui wblih;" recently, both animals were In the till, and Olio wis killed ; whhh It was bad lo 10 i'etermlne.1 by tho liw suit. Mart IIosthis, who hai uiivni'ATi i At A MUAiioln Austriln, brl I a lein'ment at Sin Francisco, without pi) In,; rent, nn I dolled tbo bndl. id. Wlun tho i,cnty shot iff wont to llis.ffc.sliir,llieoll.rr div shelnrrlr lel room after r in, and f.re.l at I lie nlll cr twl.-e. Mho was arm-led after a short rcsistamo, A iikjii rnAtit otto of six bnrglarimvle 0 desiint on the vilbn of flowirtuwn. Pa., on 1 bund ly nljjit. lliev llrxt bnku Into a rnrja tiler's el op and llolo tmils for thsir oprrv lions; tliry Ibeu forced thi'diivri of three dwell ings, tnd got a haul of plunder) in finishing llioir orsllons at a dry goods store, they were dlsturlird by the owner, who fired at them. They returned tbo flro, and decamped. Mr, OwwAY, Editor or run Vnn Aiokmc., Cai.. Sitnlirtn Aitrs published a rejiort on tha tth ult., that bis rival Mr. Hamilton, r.-iaor of the Star, had proposed to a lady, w hiln un der tbe uiflueuce of " re.1 rye," and bad backed nut next day. Two days afler, Hamh to- met bis defamrr in the street, and cowbided him. Coxwat retreated, keeping up a running lire with his slx-ehooter. Three shots took effect In IIamiltor' limbi but th wounds wer not duogaroua. Calamltlw. A 1 mu ciiru vrrsr to a kfttiii of boil ing water to quench his thirst, at Saratoga, on Thursday; ho died In intense .agony a few benn after. A um E TfATCii-roo belonging to IIpwrt O.-ai-'i, llaltimore, dreadfully lacerated bll owner's sun on Thursday one foot wa nearly bitten in two. Mr. M. LirrtB wai nrrnrw by a mad dog. at Oloomlngdale, N. J., on the iDth ult, Hrmptomi of hydrophobia iuiervned om thne ago and the died in horrible agony on Sunday eight. A tAiauii burled threo men and two horses, on the Troy ami Greenfield R. it., near Shelburne Falls, on Tuesday week. Whu dug out, the men wer unhurt, but ono hone wai dead, and the other died loon after. A STiAMxn iTRtTK A if Ao between Cairo tnd St. Louis on Tuesday, lir main itoanv plpo wai perforated, and the steam, rushing through tbe lower deck, scalded soma of the pssatngers In adroadful manner, One little girl died from tbo elTucti a few hour! after. A mam was i-nogRW 10 muni wtlbtn sight of hll own door in thsfsarful storm ofThuri' day night, at Vienna, N. T. His neighbor, In eouipany with him, tried hli best to get him alon.r '"'Uiicii: luootutrreucuoii uoiuo mm- -ir -...1 .....1, .. M,al atad. SV.I, ... Mil. CA.I Sr ai lsric s or tux Worn rTvY Xfmi.j Lu natic Asj lum for 27 3 ears, ending in LVc. Ia.t, give the following causrsof insanity t K.j.ilep y, 127; fours, Cj; III lienlth, C'Jii InwiUiioii, 11 (all in.ile.), palsy, C2: suppressed eiuptlons, V; puincial, 1 U turn 0 life,?.'; Injury ol lies I, M poison of load, 2; stroke of lightning, "l exrrssiae laUr, 7'.': loss of l,ep, ,1; exicsih stu.lv, 8i spiritualisin, V6 fsUi aviistlon, 1; domestic Irtul.les. 118 mil, s. "9 1 fcmil...! un. lurpy marrlige, i niilei an I '' fem ilesj dlsip. Isjiiilinint lulovi, ij injlcs and (il feuules.dls- apoiiill umWtk.11, b nuijs mul 0 frmiles; fright, 11-', silitlcul xi ileinoEt, 13 miles; ra- 11,11 us fAiuemcnr, 1 hi union, 1 oil icm vies; m tuiiiary trout Irs, I.ID mnhs, 1m! females; fear fHHi'rlv, .10 males and II fuiialvri; violent tcmi.tr, i nulos and IA femalos; Je.ilnusv, 17 null san I :M mules; iutiniirrstirn, l;)'J insl.s snd Ui Iciuslvs; luiisluilitioli, 'i70. Baslness Items. Tltr. wiiriTrRoroKMiTA list ye ll letlmatcd at 8,000,000 buabels. r Tub hunt valoaulk cjawio ever brought from China to thli rxt arrived In the ship Phantom, list weik. The teas, tsssia, and riw silk, were valued at k00,O00. Th I ARUR AMUCMT lf Ill'Sli All) inil.La. recently ihlpted Irom Ihe Pittslmr.h, Pa., ar- eanii, are inieniien lor btpvrxh Bloating lUttery, located at tho Narrows, in Xew York my. llotrroM 1 srd as A vxrauk of 17,238,000 gal lon! of Cci hltuate water daily, last year, equal lo 97 gallons a day to each inhabitant. The rerelpti of the city for tbe water last year were $334,0-11, and the expenditure on maintenance and imprvvcmenti 1110,301. Thk inrLttx or arirtic 1 ao great tbat the U. S. Mint In Philadelphia U now worked to Its ut most capacity. Tbe coinage for lebruary will probably exceed t000.000. Prom July, last veer, $400 000 have abeen roceUed from Pikt'a Peak. Messrs. Clakk, Gbu xr A Co , have a small mint la operation in Denver city where 1 and 10 piece are coined of varioua degree of fineness. Tub WiuttkoTOH (IT. C.) IIkbalo state that there arrived al that port, one day last week, a doxen veaael from the northwestera countle of that lUte, loaded with corn to the amount of 20,150 bnshwla. Iletween 70,000 and luo.ouv busheli har leen ahlpped, tbe era Jidda, from th same couatie to Ibe city of Charleston. Trim rrxT rrBUcATioN of nclsimed dlvl dendi and deposits, In th banking houses of Kewaik, N. J., has liern the moans of inform ing many parties of mot ei 1 lying to their credit, which tbey bad entirely forgotten. la o can th amount had been lying in one Institution for over thirty-two years, tbe first Intimation of It Iwlng conveyed to th nwner by th pub llshed notice. Goii ad iilvbb ire found In the um iuart together in Utah territory. At one place a tun of or .valued at 10,000. wa found in Taikt" of tb lead. At Carson ritcr nreparatlons are mad to establish quarts mills 111 Ibe summer. Coal hai alto beau dla. cuvervd which printsei to be ery viluable, since wood I icrm at 10 cord. Wk orr tub rouiwtxo front Ih Rom (tia ICcwiitl: 'T he iiro.i.l of an stly UikLaJ of the ports of Charleston and Sivnnnah. lias alreodr remmerced to affect th bukinen relation of the country. Col. CoriiAN haa ahljiped 100 IU'of cot tin to New York vli KnoTvltle, Lyucbburg, Gordomville, and Alexondila, ibuscarrylng It nearly twice ai far by railroad, and alsiut the same distance by water, ai If it were alilrped to Savannah cr Chjrleitou. Cut. llAYARti inform! ua that all bU thlpmenti will biieifter ba made by tbla eame upper rout on til tbo prospoctl below change. If tlili change Lwatiai Mineral It wlll Imm a ffreat loe tn th ' Georgia railroad, and the extri freight will WM vt H tUo taaMT la Utl ejj,''" RATES OF ADVERTISING.. TERMS CASH I ADYAMCB. Advertiseaienls ror vry rirlB LINES, Iblrty. IM wot dl, T lest, on asy , M t two day, IB eei; Ihre days, f 1 1 sit datt,l t, AJ inter. Hon Iiviibs taa price ck day. Marrlasrea and D Aih. JO osnis f each iwar lb, at e Ibly adveriasetneot of four lleea. Inserted a (bat mnTpl,rcof tbeofftce, 4 i.r every 14 In is II ma. AdTsn'swaenUrecelve'I until 10 Cclote;, 1 tt. Thai .etalJuthmeiJ It entirely (loud on Sunday . Foreign Item Tur. Ill ri r (lArarTsTpuUlahei hostile sr ticleonltalr, which Is regarded In Germany ssn engagement taken by th Prussian Got eminent to assist Austria, ahould aha be attaofc ed in Vcnetla, even by the Italians alone. In iiix CoamtM-ot Arrormo by the Prusaltn Cbsmber of Representative to Indite) the address In reply to the Royal speech, m proposition to Insert a paragraph declarirnr iliat tbe rrmaolidation of Italy was In Ue lav terest of Kurope waa lost by a majority of owe, only ten against and nine fur. ArAMriitp-r nA ArrxAitrn tn rsrii enti tled "Prussia and the Treaties of Vlerma." The Emperor Is represented as th champion f nntlonalitrea, and it gives th King of rrosejut toundirstind tbat If he doe not mind what be I alout, France may mak war upon htm on the flfand Duchy of Peeen. A CoirMiAMs irttrb say that pullla opinion i 1 roves In every point the energetia measures of dafence which the ministry have cr.Uredly sea and land In resistance to tha pretenrti re rf Germany. Itenmiik hai arrtred at tbe last limit of concession. Gunboats era under construction drawing vary little water. for the purpose of running up the water f Germany, so 11 to cut off all communication by sea. ranrcB rTRCiAA, Ambasaador of Klag; Frakcm II it Vienna, ha receivetl in ante graph letter from Gaeta, In which tbe King de clares that he Intrmla turlgbt to the last. It IB slated that on Prince Pelriilra' demand ing at M. Petersburg for what reason M. de Wollost k), K11.ei.1n Minister, bid left Gaeta, Prince) Uirlscbakoff replied that the rrpreeentatlv! Ilo'sla was mora useful to Prancbi 11 at Runt than al Gaeta. Thk latibt hisi-atcm iron Trm- relative) to Ihe elccliar ixUtisl tl.o rOth, and lays The ihrtlms f. r North Italy ire now all known. They recur, a lare majority to the Government, Iu Ixnuhardy tbey are better nan tl.r' v.rra last je.ir. The Maaainian party lias Urn completely teihn. Ihe rt inrna from Na lea are pood. It Is ralenlited llat two-thirds nf llieelesled are favorahlo ta Iho Govt riitiirnt. 'Ho first lews from 3 rily Isirrygis.l. Me-.ln.i, Symnse and CaUrJa bare ret nrneil lea.lcreisT the Mixlerite "ULf. Crlspl Ins born defeated at Palermo." Tm: MiiiTrriiAHNiiijprra that a first warn ing has .oeii given to the CVnvirsrr du Pimiit ihf. 'Ibe letter of Count PritMiiir, Minister of the Interior, in explaining Iho reason fur thie decision sajs I shonld betray tha interests ef Ihe state In tolerating discussions on tlieprin. lleof tbe Imperial liuaernmvnt, and still lea Ibat this primlple sboul I I outraged, Tha Annum r a.t.in 1 iiaaeiearni mat si. krasirxs-, author of llio article in question and editor af the tAitrrrier du Ihmitm Ae i a foreigner, 1 aan aitonisled tliat be sliould luvs come here t insult tbe Institutions if France. I hat or dered tbe Prefect of Police to expel hie frt m Franc, A HrRirr imntsitt, Ik Ring of Praieta I permitting tli old retrogade party to Infie. nee him more and mora tjtry day. That par ty la both reactionary and warlike. Every point of tbe Pruasian coast acresible to tb Il.ntkVi SmI I. iMtlm. rV..lll.b .n.l u.m.I mb boat! were .seed on tbe Stocil on the day fieri, DR LA Maihora arrived at Datlln on acompIL mentatv, and It is laid paclUe mla.lpn. Tiir "LxiiBrBJilACB" siyi General net IA MArtMORA'l mission to llerlin li te ra assure iYussia as to thl Intentions of Piadmooi with regard to Germany, to Indac her to re. cngntie the possession of VetMtia at a neceaaitff for Itelv and a danger for Austria anil the Ges manic Confederation; to make It clear that tha two Powers which, th one In Germany aasl tb other In Italy, represent th principle t comtltutlonal liberty, are the soul of the na. tlonalittei to which they belong, and hava eaery reason for maintaining th most Intlraata relations of friendship. Also, to show that af these overtures ar rejected, Italy will be fore. id more than (Mr la unite herself to Franca and accept all the conseqaence of that alls. sne snd It obligation it may entail. Tiik ltrroRTAwt OAir or Patrraob Terna IloRArARTB waa commenced in Paris, on tha 'I'oW ultimo. Tb court wu crowded, and tha case excited very great Interest. M. UrRRTBS pok for four hours and a half, without a moment's lotarruptlon, on behalf of the plala tiff. II aliridgedthe ststements already ba ft re the public in his written raamorial, and ia) rej ly lo a recent Insinuation in TVle Jemfrwr, le denied that this memorlsl was publishes! prematurely, or that it contained statement tilth rnn iwssibly bo contested. M. Perry untendid in iloquent terms, that the marriage of Prim J r near with M1siPateroh wm rrfectly valid; and that nothing but 1 Judicial Villi n-wLav It ;:. - latelo ark for ct uld set It asMd. lie concluJeJ ty irrssirg Ma l!,f that tbe Judgment of tha ( curl would confirm blm In that inspect far tbo bench wbiih he had cheritliwl through a lore; life. hi. Al iriw, a f rst-rit advoi ate, opened tha aiefur Prim. Nai-olkiiX. While spetklnt; most respci tfully sf Miss Puterson and hr faiiiiti.be sllirined 111 it tie f lets of the cats I ore out Ibe ilattmrnt fount in hlhtorr. that me iimi raid: " ir 1 ran I e his wir but for aa hour, I will n.n the ibk." U iilo rolnUd lo the fails that the aeltliinentl iruilded for llieporsil I dissolution of lb. niarrne, thai. I.y in.llcilleg a knowledge of the legal objec tion lo lbs marriage. After M. Allow com ludcl, the rase was pot poncd till the 1st of February, for theieplr and ILo sj.cecli of tb. public Minlitir. The ar-L,-uiiiinls weru expri tod to be brought to a cloaa on tbat diy, and tbe Judgment would probably I e given a day 1 r two thereafter. Tim Isn.rrriir-"i r My i-RorxwirB ta lava received confirmation of its statement, tbat a verbal communication had been mad by Pilnc MxTrxamcHto M. Tiiorviart, la which Austria declared that she should consider a a rcwiiiortfitailh Piedmont, an attack bf Gariraidi on any point whatsoever of tbe Austrlsn territory. It I added that Austria expressed the wish to respect Lombardy, amt that M. Thoi'vrskl ohaerved that If, la ia eventuality such as tbat which Prince Xlrrraav Mtu referred to, the Austrian Governmentesav (toyed German Federal contingents, Franc nould consider that fact a violation of tha principle of non-intervention. ArrvRTWo YBARavroRKat th tomb ao4 hour of NArouox, at St, Helen, tbey bav I een comfortably restored, anil an otlicer of tha rrrnch engineers, with two aids, bss returned. to Franc. Ml8cealan,eona Item-. The niXBRATKn Gibabd noise, in Phil, delphia, will be closed on th 1st of March, ka coiiaeqwoc of th falling eT in travel nuklag; tbe t-oacera no longer proatabl. Tiibbb 11 A rana ia WlUIsmstown, Ma., which, st ami Ing on th spot where three ttataa Join, draw nourUhirwot from Msssachaaetts, Nsw York and Vermont. ' Tub MiLUusorriLl-B oxaPoiDiT of lb August Otronkl', states that an agent of aDelgisn Company I new on a visit to Go vernor Pnowir, and that he will negotiate ta sopply Georgia with any ajaiaotity of arma. Ol in tub noon assigned In Ptkln to af r. Wasp, tbe American Ambassador, the Chi. iieseaulhoritlea piaood the following Inscrlp t on 1 Lt ta tha American LUrbarian Ward, I ribut lUarer." It ii iaid that tub Nbw Ekolasto eotv. Kreeeluoal dclegatlou are warmlr urging tha claim of lb lion. CiiABua F. A ham, ef Meat., to a seat In Mr. laxcOLx's cabinet aa their rrprceentativ man. A mu. uai axna iniotuxm Into the Leg llatr by Mr. UixaiiAJC to do away wltk I rofesaioiuil Jurors men wno ar too lsiy ta oik, and hang around court houses for ask of 1 be pay, and are uatd aa tools I y uuptluclpled hwjus. The oiAvw A"it mairirirn Cowmen ui .4 U nr utr, ntxls it prontaU to relax occasionally, In these train timn, and Lmlulgi in a little 1 leuiuitry. '1 be follow lug ii from a lat auaa i rr of that lir 1 CbxiiDRiM. Why Is a tlergymin near tha end of his sermon Uta. a bor who has rent hla iiitecuuuuts Bceaaaa he's tored his clothe. Kit C A Most, the famous lunter, guide aad Utouutatneer, Is living at Taoa. New Mexlca, s ludian agent to the Ute tril-e ef ladlaa 1 Us sslsry amonnl s to 1, lew per annu m. K rr ii not a wealth y "in hi property U estimate t about tsVOOO. II. keep fifty or si xt p oow fiv hundred head of sheep, and aerfral aorjaxa ndponlaa. lit married a ileaisaft lady, Trta. whwbUYarT,clr. I I I 1 1 I i J m'JKm&3t Iw mmmrfggi