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New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1852, New York, New York tt Ho 113 and to in Cur Bnwklrn mwn w City for BIX Cnm our roun for TBH THE YORK EVENING TIMES Is will tt other 3 o'clock P M It wiU lent br mul or told at the rilee aa THE WEEKLY Tint ii Saturday morning the low DOLLARS snatKU TSU for Sr twenty copTes for will f dms i I h paper m no for which u made SPECIAL ClaT The nn North are requested lo at tie day at A honed none will lo this tT THIS mit at 9 o'clock fur the of a LANE CLun Hun A TAII turcE E anj A E will lie and Br order E s nf E W IV Industrial Home Association No 3 The 6th regular meeting i f Association will bn held at No 163 Bowery on FRIDAY July M Thu is on the same us I Mount Vernun The land la m an elevated position Williams Bridge and Mount and nandi a fin of LODI Inland Sound I ho and the country II will laid out in ncro half and of ud all wishing lo join is question of mini tic the munition fee will the Optes of and ran tx hail at Che 1 Owen Nn 411 lir ml W B Nn II P U No J No J A No 116 It and at nil of J J A i fit Secretary T Mamaroneck ni iha ire i re eJ to attend their on THURSDAY 19 Muonic Hall Nn 11 hm uf before the All nf arf nnw ready lit H til by lo THOMAS SMITH By order nf J B Secret CV A meet tor in the e ill he held H ill Nn Grand si Tho urn lo ha punctual there n nl the Hy order f J B rr iy t NO 1 are tn ot 1 4 V m k P U precisely to par lut nf In ir W Brother Hubert No of are In By nf W 11 BUYO Hec IV No 17 I O of O nl the arr tn afend the fii of our deceased Brother AS HYDE fr No ai four THIS July W O W SMITH H S W U N O fT New-York Laden Mo I O or O F uf LI n tn the Lodie Room THIS at 9 t attend the funeral of our late Brother David Kmr Nn LOUD N Ii JOHN C V Y Secretary OT to il from at the cf wi I i nn to receipt ni their n i E K COLLINS fT Sonera Mining It e f of Sin Nn 66 New Su Canadian u s H i NI TUN luly 27 In a which this in tho on hi d ti construct a an ol it w n that the wirk tn i- lo the nl tli in c tse of t war with Mr K it known was sn wuh of this work i of n th it In- hid I n to Mexican Hut JOHN it Li nf I at ol n on till c of other w ir He ii i no w U- tiy I c would tn iii it o 1 ir u w r iM n on he drill in ti anct t- 1 n t A i- We ll iM- i- c i i ire f i n af It ni 1 nv nt i n i- tn r cover the When we n-t m- now 1.1 we sli t it u ho i i 1 i in n ci t i The rn I and tli it ery will to iri I 1.1 n I 1 British in we werf in i e inl Pnn ft fall's I- g i to I said I they tin Ne in I colonies uri the Krench Th it w 13 the ol v England rn ind of H ol i ind Sir Thai tu l- the if a joint uf all m It t.i iy the trc v ol 1 e hue now to the or ler u re- cover a which our as much so as the territory on which or the fur Tlie ol dll rule t Lite n I is the e ol the nl tlie tu -In im from th Kinh of the of The ol the I nri 1 S tt ire n i1 i resist because hey are it dallf ill of I of the ol a w ir Canada Uerijirucnv project N killed de nl by thi i Vlie the has matured will tint to it Mr i roit ike il he got fishing t'i to the passage of U in il Mr Inspector ol ed Lord to this T A unl 1 mi T the of i hear win li in Andover Dilord Maine on lasu As HEIX R ot in lim Id fiy a ho nf 12 n Dois he looki il up and SAW near him ht hear of the Ihc most ut Elm his pin with him to he U up anil it the but w uti ni the In him wan now a one hut coolness did not anil he l tired bui no The hear nt nri to nrm tl lacer n lie wuh hm fore snil the on the arm he fil tn rn ike a hji lair it WHI the m in d his hCo Ail the opened tin j thurel his il arm dow n u ni fir would linn he litd him hear could nor tlie lion the hul so a day as now tin lid lo his pocket kit no open tl hin t ting nun He up to fork bel irv he at he had to crowd the over 1 lii ret al nol at all will a in throat gnl Hi ilh IIM Ihc throat from ear to ear killing lnm doad ho lay on hie hod He olT notified his hid his dressed end 11 Ii wai bear nearly hundred One of his our weighed two eleven A leal live honi in m and well pleased etty he of aa a country and so Commodore pave a fine of nn Monday lo people nl In Irani of his house anil afterwards hn supper H private of 20th on at for argon In netting ihn OH Are during the recent has recognized Jose dc Miranda II lor the VOL 269 NEW-YORK THURSDAY JULY 29 1852 PRICE ONE CENT Cima A TRIP DOWN NO V Ascending the Prospect White Cap tec tec of tke York Doily TUMI A 2 COUNTY Maine July 15 18.12 My last was dated at Lake whence t returned the samo evening Yesterday the rain which had foretold by the rheumatic pains in our ankle some months since broken came in verily mid held on all day None the less for we whined the stream morning noon ami and fur breakfast dinner ami supper trout of our own catching A game of loggerheads a swimming match and a row up the river relieved the day of monotony and guaranteed us a man's sleep THURSDAY The long line of cloud which had hung over the mountain for two days rolled off to the south about nine o'clock tins morning and upon tt we laid aside our lines and put on our bush rig and started for the top of Hear River Cap Our company consisted of WILLIAM the guide who had never visited H but once and It was STIV to scale the peak bin like our guide he was old woodman and all tlie spoiled trees that marked the corners ol lots the camping places of old hunters and the roads once looked out Without some one to hieroglyphics they would be not only dumb but unnoticed WILLIAM took a pail ol things edible and e his Insil and the dog lelt the after crossing Hrook and taking lo lite one ol the branches ol where our guide us by showing how to run a log and get ting into Ihc river That was of little consequence however for in less hull nit hour we all gathered from tltc dropping woods and wet 1111 as much moisture as we could to carry from whatever quarter taken When we had a mile and a hull till ol human presence disappeared There no mark more for the live remained for us lo travel than if human fool never trod here Hut the of uild boosts grew more to the end found the of early and we crossed them wilhm twenty lert ol the top of Moose pealed from side of the moose and their hmr on thorns of the hemlock ivere We found the recent ol bears but neither hair nor hide ol anj ol Once ai we were our ward who ahead there w isn't nothing no further in other words it impossible lo hold on our in that So he and our pushed oil at right angles to our path in directions plen of w linl In es M r we to I'll ol The An enormous spruce Us ipr green trunk riven and had athwart them almost im the bl ick ol a was nf ellort lo in but the urn ol my about my ears aud I nut into I tn Innk 111 1 sh i il IU d 1 wood be in infill It 1 i sanctuary of the d i ti u ol 1 ant tug the ol where s retted lolly the st il ol urow till lir who had hli lie ilium's ml fullo one pro tils d upward Wo ci 1 re the brooks kneeling lime ot r tb.it murmured a- it leapt from rock lo ml bushed ly tis bed uns The a and an re ill lour of us -I ind In ol an old bones been a -o ibis a rich ground it a lo these uo Is n is IIM v for I hen Cii at of whu h we llaM belme spoken ai cut i ll the irs about mp none ul under brush existed who loily one i oil ami trei it tune a ti aiu could p nt ill dilli I to d thick Uo s ill 1 1 we w nil b 1114 ire u e could idv i nee a mil w lie re a r n t r nnl trees Must of them ire m a mimic green moss Some -i like under which the wood km -s but loot is placed upon them some id knee into It a great none id us anv lies us It is customary inj ire in the woods lo set fire to of tin M dn white lurches The tire up tin ir and mil all as il Ind been dip ed m The of spee the wanderer and these at home ol his progress think 11 sate to venture without matches mto woods where tlie experienced ire 11 iMc to be mil overnight with out means of unking n lire is rattier but the on 1 pinch would dispel the gloom ot such a contingency Ami now cent is becoming more and more strep tlie damp moss is ankle deep ind tlie thicker than ever We pull up by tlie rooK ol trt es ind str icly our steps by branches tint shoot out half w ay tn the lop from lull grow n I were so w nil the pencil I would in t atti a ski ti h of the scene lor when Imr lie I it be n lor a copy of the in the earlier editions ol the nt i ng poor c I tin the lull lut when we the tin k cts where the their contesting the midst ol the blackened anil thorny spike i ol this burnt our tell or we we were a mile Kast of the point we me ml to and there were no assurances that we were more than hall way to the top out of tho of a fainting he'd let the old go and stuck to running Guide said we had come far enough to be at the lop it must he that wo had gut there and could nut see on account of the The panted but did not commit himself proposed that we sit down cool off and eat our dinner was not strength enough left in the party to vote down the temptation so of one cord we disposed ourselves for a And such a repast The bread and butter almost celestial Tho cake ambrosial If the sides ol were as steep as these the ascent as provocative of tho sweat of celestial brows no wonder tho Olympians relished their faro We seemed to enjoy a new to experience tho functions of a supplementary When ner was finished it seemed as if all fatigue had departed and pushing forward our steps our were opened to geo the end had reully come We had struck tho burnt district at its ex- treme upper angle A wide denuded of trees and indeed of all its soil in patches which were soft with mosses and cranberry bushes afforded ample opportunities to see all that the ex- height commands The weather below had been sultry and hot Here it was piercing cold The wind blew like an October gale Poor nel unprepared for such a sudden change from July to Autumn crouched shivering under our lee and tried to console himself in the yellow shine that looked inviting though it could not warm We buttoned our coats to the chin and pressed every handkerchief into the able service of wanning us Only the In the hollow of the rock from which we drank was tepid What a place this would bo for a tary wanderer at some stormy midnight in ber Think of the howling wind tho wreaths Hying past the utter loneliness tho storm in bodily filling all the air and obscuring stars with his dark wings Who is so that he would not commune with spirits We seem to be in tho of a grand circle of mountains Far oft on the Northeast Ml din the highest land in the State glands guard over the springs that supply the Penobscot er are Mis Abraham and Baker and Bigelow the Sandy mountains ami Squaw mountains whose foot stands m Moosehead lake whence the of the In this di- following nil you would not find a mail habitation or any opening for forty miles On the South the mountains of Newry ana Hethel oiler mi obstacle to our vision Almost at our feet and m on all sides by high peaks Is a deep valley in winch yard over winter It is to them on three sides but on this a wall rises from its greatest depths by several precipitous steps to the place whore we stand Over tins we ourselves by thrusting such nf the boulders as were poised near the edge ol precipice slowly at soon they hound to ledge crushing the ID their paid or leaping high over them and roll in comminuted fragments to the bottom of the ley On the Speckled mountain lifts up his mull led head only a few miles distant from us and bt Mile it of White mountains the capped peak d Washington prominent above all of the On the North tlie chain of wuh the long are in full the where n empties into the is marked by an indentation tn I often before been on tops ami seen more beautiful but one so extended mid wild The only cultivated m sight strung and roads A gathering of but 1 u m Surplus aa many mole in Newry scattered ones about the lines to the lake's and occasionally a solitary cabin halt way up a lull accessible by no visible path weie all the from of There was to lie seen no more than no church but such ns the were no spire but peaks i spent hours in wandering over all points of view and ti sting the of i ol in ly new of scenery wp descended lo the Saddle and in er face ol the to the road Three miles ol U iping downward and holding brought us to the town road whence we plodded our wav homeward As as our party hove in Might IRVINC tongue from sheer to late a smple word ol the his namesake belter than any one else running out lo tell in Ins own in K had si I'll the fresh wet tracks of a mil ol Cedar ind the punt of tool measured on his stick but limn end he did not know c examined the Colonel see il he had an hog sticking Into um sadl the Colonel's ci a most and worthy dog died Irom i Ib i tr ol H r ot received in mortal i with one ol which are ci i in While Cap LATEST lo tbc The I MI- In I j 12 M V i baM tine in tin v i r inn I In ii iw in hy j il o Mil m lulu rs 01 limn Hll thr In- been He ri in ill HUH Tll I nil i mil 111 dull I At A M riy v Hi in ilir ol of II IH III ill III in ij I lim ih n Ii fin i H in Hie ut M r mi- tin I mul ol liu n til rt si r ii an ol Hi Vi lii ui i mull Hull iKv nml 01 sj use u crc uu I hi n ihn I vi Woop k i 11 in i 11 dii 111 ul In in r I Minn 11 inl lim In 1 i r IU I ipt Mil i KR Mn i MI I Mil i Cupl kl ill ipl si Ml In i1 Inn ile lined nn tn nni nl I iM i I Hid In in In- 11 lln and I 11 nnu Hi il NII nr nl nni IH in li Hinl nil In nn ol uri 11 i- vi ml pn Is h en tirri i ino rtn e his in n Ci pn in in Un re for in- nis i d HI ij 111 to nnd IN i rn rei 1 lir i K are nmv in in ilir K IK li tins r I M 1 he inci In j in al I n in k I II Hill Hill ll win Mr of who nkr of Ihr ot St nr II mid now tired of mul It ri n last lie Hinl to KO Ij Inr tin t II of Ind spoke on and n a h Mr rn III t NT ol JS V rrrd to Inid und ed in the propriety won In r Hi n Me -A id life and mill of linn wan loudly c for and in an ni ho had 10 Niagara Inr Inn health ami finding l Inr the lie had In that lie il friend a warm I'm ml lo tin lln H nhl ami r lln IHC of lie wan a of Mr lie nannies ilic living and lie ti U IUH lie alio nil a true I'd who will E in mil as as and nli ly known 111 not 111 111 iisi li ss Inr lln H ol so nH the Inn n JIc inn hut ipi one nit fhui i then reviewed Una lie luit tiral ny 10 1 any man now ui Con was one re- tlir ol the world ai Honk of Unc hnok hail put m arl i very in the country You n H take anil reml us til benine SAUL wni crowned und Drill no who n WUH WHS round witli in hand lianles ot hia Hm land lie amd lo prove thai was for principle winch lim gone lo world that man who hm lilt in Ins hand and goes lo lo for lint wn nre I nut look to history lor HUH proof Our n vn lory would prove it lie ilien lo JAI nnd KV and tins to Ilic religious reigns in I-M ry Hie man loves IV HO well an lo hm life in hm hand mul forth lo lo shed his for hin inen is lo bo e nulled by Uio nl thai lie has JOHNSON ihon to He lien of Lane and Chippewa were fought lie a Soy and used hear hin r up preyers for lite success American arms He lived on he frontier in ft somo recollection distinct in Ills muni lie remembered lliu Jear when flaming omcl end war over land and HULL marched to Detroit choicest men of Army and munitions of war amid prayers and of itie whole At that lima it bat of ha people of Canada were prepared to join the standard of the Republic and that with iDe aid of hem and his reputation of com- mander Canada wonld bo annexed In time and war speedily ended when HULL If the Sun had been plucked out of if the Moon had Into If Stara had fallen from gloom could nol have been deeper He hta own link Heart sinking within him although he could nol fully appreciate danger The idea pre- all wan lout and all would then have heen loet but lur valor of Uio young grenadier SCOTT and men who fought with turn along he line of frontier He referred warmly lo and who condemned him lor indiscretion in his early He fell aa if he hano nf HULL had ii necessary blood be offered up aa a SUCH fire lo tlie victory In our favor Ho Goil nol in a of but aa one expected lo answer for his aa writ as actions one of herna was spared 10 hour lo receive from a grateful country reward which is his due Judge JOHNSON lo Mr FOLK'S and disgraceful of llin litre He hoped God would forgive and blot and memories lie reviewed ol SCOTT during the Mexican War and ilm a comparison of wuh of ilic events aa now known would make il appear Be they were allor the lo auit the Imd bren earned witli ex- of In tlie of General a poti he Hie Wfi our Ihc v we Jug by aid of v slid i K y run did nol military fame was any cation for of Km United Stattn when il waa remembered his was to cute of aud too wuh sword in Ilu did nol I one instance of a nol being a man 10 the well-known of in of evinced He to ilic diaries made liy a corrupt the people's ami declared the wan now prepared lo liy him over Beam had the before greal and ked jury uf people who would mmr upon IUH nml him it OUH He wuh in to ilio in pull true lo the to ejr lo eye to and m on lo even Ihry hr they fall with luckn on the nml their to loe nml look proudly in Heaven in hour nf Mr 111 in addressed tlie meeting Mr HORA in to loud culls and ant t an w itti Si o rT nt liml It II lor dead on tlir He lind been a Democrat all Ins life linn in w Im do an lir wan 10 vote for Wine had ever pui mm the nn nlil Bl alno a ivi nt lur Si Tin y were and Ih mi E GHiEr iv m in renewed nml d the mi i id a He tlie hull M In They werr in gd il for up tlir lukewarm ni home and km u ol the and lei them Ki r for tins lie hid in In- on IH i lining he itl S DTT ulin h IIP m hark ni the lor JOf IMI were inn nnd a ol them Mill lima tie HI at- 1 Mishrn 1 ol ul ul II I'M ul irk ul New I ioi ki r of rt nnd die Mr W ul ilir loud r ni hi i TM of mull n Itiin the si i iiir runny in up meeting IH nn i nil nl slit ul tlie and n ol m h tin i Ib 1 1 has lind on r w talk IK i- o rr IM t in xi the I If IN A muni IT ol Nil nerc for jiu in and Ihc inciting II IH r i i n lulli rlj lor bo n n iw di inly tmi inn Ii PN linn I it 1 1 U utrc in ji Ii niUHi hate been M I M The hn n mil d w ith ri mi Hide BH w ell fls in nre not in uei j r I fur w irii ul i c for m ar en In tn ind IMI nn i i n i Ins anil to lur i rnor Hi NT Ii II nlu 1 I M The mix i il in nil m rii Nlc r Hi 1 o k The unfit wan ki pi up lo ilic All rnli 111 ai ilir 1 in d WBH nun Ii n d In work ing U hiiri ll rM r nn Fishery uri i nn ilic nt on Mm of inla n until ol ul nt vessels lo tlie ol ilir K by tlir Mail K ulj inail Mt in I h nl al Ni n T- Ii fur dull Iu HIMi hily sh from Vcr on the tcr n ih n of a in of Nrw nrk i In r c r Ilie i the itl in ihr i -u mn in the ni lor -in ul tlie learned 111 lr S M is he into ly Iiir Hie M il wh Ii we S M l ill mid W il- nn 1 r PAINE Ins heen n nt mi a cii rimn 10 ulli i m Hinl ilir nal ly ol In- Tlir SUnp HUSTON 2P Tb< line il Hi lemi tn II II M tuti lied nl M nn tier way from nl Africa rrw report no lauly IM en nicil on Hie count and Hi it appears al in be elli i ked I Ii filler from gF French 11 lid Arc 27 of thr tbp Con rnor ol lind Ilic and t an wuh in recent The adjudication in matter of Ti liuM I en Hti Ll Horatio Una Im 01 k Colored Tin Coir il to tlir Tile of pli it HUH nnd wilh It N il in Invor off mitral inn und ri i to It for ilic nnd ol t ple Hi or proper in tn and oilier points ol nun 1 union to incci ear I ami Accident Inly A from top ol ilic Sy House til anil wnn killed ind arum Ho Ii s 1 lit and two P Wednesday Inly were hut ol any public im- portance Mr reported a thai ilic the arid nn CI.AY'.- 1 e bound oilier Senate mi Mr 1 Ilu ol Ac taken tip a umc and Tnk CENSUS Mr buck House In addition I ind in up and Mr a oint explanatory ol tin ai t the appropriation nnd apportionment ol acl in Mr inn of ilic a jmr Secretary nl the and aa uf the second was Il WES taken tip and to be THE SLAVE EAW Mr moved to bJm yesterday directing Inquiry u lo of for the repeal of itv Fugitive law Mr said In asking Senale up tills for 1 nothing of Iu nor of argument by which U maybe maintained nor do I anticipate any lo It on All Ihla properly belong lo the discussion whan the resolution before Senate The single now U nol on the but whether 1 be beard oft It Aa a under the responsibilities of my lion I have deemed it duty to offer thin resolution 1 may em to have ihin duty to an period of Hie session but had I attempted ti an earlier day 1 have to a charge of a ent character II might havn been B new comer and In thli without tion I pushed before he I have umo and in of careful nik for n Ihc Pi naie I from any appeal founded on a personal Hut should I be blamed for any delay I ma add thai in mj daily my health for Somr lime down lo ihls very week baa not been equal 10 the service I hare an- I am not on re bat Ii Is now bni iry ind now again I say he question U simply whether I shall he heard In allowing me privilege this eay you do nol In an way to tlie principle of tlie resolution bu you merely lolli v ordinary usage of and yield to a brother Senator opportunity which lie craves in lie discharge of doiy and to notiN dear lo his heart And dear o large of his own sake I no la bv heard Make such disposition of my aa to joit beal upon me any degree censure or bui do nol deprive riK of a bearing but hear Mr MABON objected lo ihr consideration of ilic resolu lion Bl tins nine nol from any wim of courtesy lo nur from any wani of Imposition to meel ibin ai proper lime but it be ai HUB laie period of the no of n he hail beyond lie remarks the make and an of u si time lie a firebrand in Mr said bin State occupied i peculiar posi lion on Thr of mom formul and manner declared or ol ilie Slave would grounds fur the dissolution of the t num Till was im idle but a liun will lie into wilh Ihc uf ilic whole Jle regarded Hie nun one in Ihc and lie nol content nr no courtesy lo lain it at thin of South f mil the n pi hi uf law as nn acl had faith or aa inie show my that riu wan lo he in Ih f end a t wild a wan than no Mr I HAH I TON was hurry Jiffi r wuh the Mat-.s-irhnbi tin on a uf i nuni H a slum in rind linn in His Scute in case HUH law II from and all tier would ihal pledge Tlie talili u wi re now with lulls to I d on to carry uri Ilic ul eminent and In look a In IUH own and he will Flap nut m the tin ai half and Ann rn an anil r guard ol Is uf In re a inuii m b our of thi arid m their I lie South was wi ll avi are ol hat us roast and would ruin a war hut nni of Ihal win n ul an portion m the American lie ui lie di lined lux as a t nun mul Ini den in In pie lln II ihiN Itw IIP ihen he Buy My land nod would i and Ihr would real on In r arniN Mr tiv he whi n it up lie 1 und lime of I lie al Hun Iv taken in UK inn he was whellier Ilir tn mid He win lur In tlir Senator nn i lie In or ill I to in ike its r lint lie would ni Si nan r an r nf hy in C milling i lie i lie miiji 1 1 he 1 ui HP had n K arn nin h nalor dmn lln I mini Mr IN win r i Ii ir r ill a in ih 1 Mr I us lie inn listi n in avim cd iri Air CHUM Mien d I m Illll II I I Ill lo repeal a IKW and mim h th it UN w mi Id lie n n Hi u m lur d a id Dn j wonld from I Mr Dill i- lir i UK in i- I Hi In nrd nn Ilir lull pro ol i -in- runn in i and nr he ul Hie 1 nili il Mai i rul ol Iiir mrr s on lln n peal ul tlie iNc lie w lined in In ir iin nn il In K in Si i cull I I here lie Mr d- lo nu r t i ami 11.011 re pel t In ar K mid to allow in u ir was nn linn Inr a A a i Ii nr nil In- auk il r -I in Tlie i not make i h in and in im i i i ul tor I a dis- mi Un noi di Hire lo fur a n re nl hm had the or Hie m- ti tn an i Mi i i and h one n in Lo allowed to mil H to u Mr Knur AMI i ml he liad 1 ill Inn Irom date ul In- as 11 di 15 I on ml d 111 iin m p< u IMIM e lie w a d to inp ih s 11 c I now mul dial Ilir he up m UK III hoped i r th considered or rim The wis talon arid ihr Si In i i ri I uk Mm hK Ulin i r 1 in Mi- M- Hi k I ill n Clrm drr i i r Kmx n Millir MI in ri H nli Si I Sun Ii S nili in 11 inc i lit t BOI rr rii ns ri i i nl t in e Ar the Ii c rtlirrrd n r nol n ol u A laken np nnd on n an ol Jl lor ol Irn Crci Im War nl Ihli Mr Hi lln in mil lit I 1 I TUN linn i AMI 1 The million tn wan n ji inl nnd lln S- tl to IM nl U i i InU Tin by a Mid- nl i d in Ihr i upon ilie i lln lull nalit ul and Inn IN in in iul in i Una ul i and t Tin n on ihr till on the mm L on Mild lull Mr red an amendment tlie mem ol in Hi lull onU Inr lim tn un u lo an n in h an il dnl to hnr consult nn mi TH i n Inner 1 Oil mill H or w m rn and di- ol ilic n waf n 1 1 ml i t hft Mr an t 1 Inr Ihc in ol mid nn in alii r u au cd tu Thin is ami d sirne the hill has lieen under Mr HUE said fur first iwo nr 8 wan in Ihc hm UUCP ihal lime there ban a fur for as he had or apples In Hus stale of trio he fell 1 In he his mask fur an ol lur the nl r Ihu was Mr offered au amendment U i of This B in mime nt was hy of nlr and in IUH LeHhowedlli.il Ilic wan will for in the on mi rre hud Hie Illinois Mr said Illinois had now asking for money lo Mr DLIN paul no from for Kny such amendment but as il waa in it he moved to amend hy 10 h slreams wesi of wuh waitr says lie can do H remarked Mr said this amendment was Ing wuh Die Dill The ihal Wesl should be furnished wuh ni of waler 1 wind and nol have to tut au the Thn hid TMed down Mr offend an to ttu bin to lUMbe I UM and the Included all waul te get la Tlw wat ulen aid ttu efi Mr offered an br the of Sail la W under the direction of Secretary of be- fore of March Mr Joais of rose to cay nr when Mr gentleman Oke work la Dot national T Mr to suggest thai the men who gre to travel on hit river be permuted w vide for Mr DO doubt about he ll been national for many I been up Mr jou sprak ha 1 Mr I tn mags m 1 1 and I went lo remove o aven danger The ought lo be in for has cot tn An Hie Mr did not the to proceed wuh and dupone of end were course of proceedings loudly called tn order but said they were lo tht Mr said 10 acl war Mr Yes and who are travel up Salt Hirer only 20 were down he C and tie Alleged Sickness al Sine Tt Ike tit Tmn KIR My attention has morning called to an article in paper beaded Tlie it Sing which verf on tlie officers of the Prison and idea it the the WM the of what fou slyh 4lh of July frolic In reply to ilus and in justice lo 1 would shk 10 the following statement On the Mh July were in the Male Prison Hot I sick ami upon col The usual rmm- lirr of applications from those nt work m the shops forti the to Sunday the 1 1 th not a one was added lo the the average of out door or chop wits not increased at nil So far from their Fourth of July lo be a lietter sLato of werk up lo ilic 1 1 th the weather ihi n anil on was and on Sunday the 1 the applications fur aid to 55 and during that 31 attacked wilh On Mimday JO were taken aich a portion of on Sunday had unproved and to n At on I Jih Jl while on a nisi The as a empty uid there remained in in and but 21 all udd nf for of itn 1 ns I I1 1 kli 1 1 i 1 Mli and Min c has 1 i i n dav Tlir 1 1 In a i ailed lait on same day of tlir n i i ili nl I ki increasing 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