nge in sentiment has indeed been most remarkable.
All admit that something must be done, and only differ as to what that something is, and in what mode or manner it is to be done.
A deep sense of the impending danger which overhangs the country seems to fasten itself on every mind, while I believe that if the real sentiment of the community was expressed, that a large majority would be in favor of a Southern Confederacy, as the only proper remedy for the existing evils of the day.
Mr. Tipton Cox, a worthy young man, who was engaged at the Norvel House, in this city, lost his balance in some way while coming down the stairway at that hotel, and fell headforemost down the steps, a distance of some ten or twelve feet, and struck his head, which produced a fracture of the skull, and from which injury he died on Saturday.
The accident occurred on Thursday night.
All the mail trains running into this city got into a tangle in consequence of the heavy fall of snow on Friday night