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Paul, U. S. A., (says the Mobile News,) was warned out of Oxford, Miss., last Thursday. Paul is a stalwart fellow, six feet five inches high, and very military in appearance. He advertised to give fencing lessons, but would accept but two pupils, and claimed to be a native of Wheeling, Va. Suspicion being excited, he was taken in hand by a committee, who ascertained that he was from Vermont, and is a cousin of Cook, one of John Brown's men. Rev. E. H. Chapin on the Crisis. Boston, Dec. 18. --The Rev. E. H. Chapin, in an address delivered in Tremont Temple to-night said the crisis in our nationality is a crucible in elements, and public liberty is to be tried to the uttermost. Further remarks were made in a like strain, and received with applause. The house was crowded. Tender of service. Captain O'Hars, formerly of the United States Army, has raised a cavalry company in Mobile and tendered its services to the Governor of the State. The Governor has accepted
The California Pony Express. Fort Krarney, Dec. 18. --The Pony Express bound East passed at two o'clock this morning, leaving the following summary of Pacific news: San Francisco, Dec. 5--3 P. M. --The Pony Express, with St. Louis advices to the 21st and Fort Kearney 23d, arrived at San Francisco last evening. The Secretary of State on the 3d inst. opened and counted the official returns of the late election, declaring the following result:--Lincoln 38,721; Douglas 37,964; Breckinridge 33,971; Bell 9,113; scattering 170: total 119,807. The people voted against calling a Constitutional Convention by a majority of only 173. The vote for paying the State debt was largely in the ascendant. This debt amounts to between two and three millions of dollars, which should have been legalized in 1857, when the entire State debt was legalized by a vote of the people; but by a mistake of the State Comptroller, a large enough amount was not then submitted to the