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   Weekly Hawk Eye And Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 28, 1859, Burlington, Iowa                                RI-RLINGTON WEEKLY HAWK-EYE u SVTWT THURSDAY HOKMNQ, Pibaers Ball, earner of SUB and Jefferson Streets, A JOURNAL OF POLITICS, NEWS, 1.1TEK AT U R li, AGKIOULTUKE ESTABLISHED] BLTRLINGTON, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 2H, 1859. [JUNE, 1839 which he verv carefull? backs out oo ition io Jjederc letter Thc 'rile Secretary treads very lightly upon egg, and asserrat-s with hi teat the cackling was 'o noise ''ke was intended as a "caution to to -tized fellow citizens, natives of M- j st bj a visit to tbeir eld home, to nc. of the law, concern Siu" Minister, with much re him-ctf woefully ignorant ranged tae matter with the qiven him to understand ]j in will not bo con- i enlistment laws, mg prior residence thnre, or cal.ed thereto This MEETING annual election of officers of the B i H H. E, R takes place at tbecomp ov's othco The progress that has been made upon this road during tbe year past, must be gratifying to every person who fuels an interest in the road. The une of road has been extended, within thai time, from Rome to Agencv, and in the course of tho next month tra will rim toOttui up- a ihmU Ch v ..a Ma, of thri- Dean is to be a tracv iLd for Governor The in the Centime n confess {Go. e V aper-, bet deut s m pomt THE L S The amount of labor expended in this city, ,r on thc accret ons, is highly creuilablo to the company, and the contractor by whom it was done It gives us pleasure to learn that there is no project of this work being suspended for a duy Mr Lillis, the contractor, haa a very .urge force of men and teams constamlj em- plovcd upon the filling, and ia rapid.) pushing out toward the foot of Angular street By bis energy, bo has won the commendations ol all who have observed the improvement The hi to-> oi the rood, thus far, under the adniioiHiatum of Mr Read, baa been one of 'S3, and its past good fortune augurs for its future pro penty 2JT" The loaa Suie Mcu csl bocif tv held its nual inee a D-ivcnport on i ie 8th und h Tle-Prcidcut, Dr Biui.li presided Much bu me was done ard many taluable papers were read Ur3 U B Km om and IV this cits elected members of the SoeiJiy tv pad ed rt. clut ons complimentary ich o i his retiring, from the Cluir The Pre idem tor the on mug >eur i-> L fc of SeOlt Countv n of those occur- rences thiu once m a genes of jears freeze the blood of community, occurred in our immedi ate vicmitj, ycstcrdaj From the evidence that we were enabled, hastil> to gather, the cin-umstanee seems to be germun cnmed Peter Deiarotb, about fifty trgire of age, In mg abo t two and a half miles from this city on the north Plunk Road, bus for some lime- w thout any apparent reason, been jealous of his woman of good character, populj-and J eapected aiuon, her neighbors He has aluo I Ucpii Mi- rhe Leaventrorth Times has returns'from ah but two count ea in Kansas, by wb ch it appears that the Republic-ins have a nuyontv of nine in tho Constitutional Convention, three mem bera vet doubtful The following are the figures The Soue to Dr R a la-it MaaUr V B Reil'C1" ci r a recent eiarmnatioa eJ n-aphaiLr tb-o gh the trying ordeal, id i a? ca [ae of merit as Xo 4 m of of ne hree in advance of s D- been each one year longer at the j on hue t.lf Be rank at once i M d bipmaa, and has been ordered to e-o ban e ship which has already led _ Ea 11 d to be absent on a t To-rg Ren ev gave earl- promi e of i SLAVZ MIRPUGI-S orseveialj-vcars past been subject to fits of insanity, one of tlie ebullitions of is tint fiu-JDiciou ol the fair Jatne of Lm 7 ifi lescrdm mornm0 at about 11 tli hcira tvo report of B Run, but paid 3o attention to it, as they supposed he hiogua for bunting, to Rhieh sport he mueh given Late in the afternoon, ust r of Mrs D, found both Peisroth acd his vift, stone deicl the floor In the bouse his two children, a boy of five, nnd a girl of three years ol ago The boy stated th it fuller came mo tbe kitchen with a gun and le.owi Civ tit publican etates hat fanners in that vicinity have v een troubled w itb the depredations of wild pigeons on the groft- in0corD flon S J kirUood hrd twentv comjle elv destroied ru this way These are rather new of atinoyunct to farmers Tt e corn by this time is out of their ibsent on a two U ;avt earl- promi e of i SLAV: nojo ablt bi mg bctn re came b-fori. Judge E D Oulver nh> for -ict of deporlmec wl o had escaped trora having there a i; en i ring devot on to boot and bv nhom In, hid trche child eii ma erv or everv etcdv pu married again EseGluiiHy hisaluit, nfe fed aid coniig North, el imed her and hve with her, lately "i II- nmnle to e ol :e htuld -er ai 3 14 of LO and aco when le ..e oin this pi, ju a eomparanve ttranger to in 'second mo nothing but a determined pur I an bim, he boldly e-i e-td upon the I hu baud lie rtlu and -lie pro him for b ijamy, whtn Jud_ Cuivcr defined nat toe Brst n tirnage was il- and that ne ni n bad but one (rift, the nr- of ige, we j (fo, teles and car- ifr i L m t ie honors of his 7 ci..J doLb tUt with such eu- _- a earlv cimbited, bis be bright and honorable and son won three and una will be aurpn d io learn that lie mate i beiweenhin atlf on of Nev lork T matth wa fini-Iiod on inuav last i the fivt Vr Thoi shot his mother between her breads She into another room, anti aat down in a eh: oon Ml dead Dtisroth ii appl td tl c oihtr barrel of ihe gun to hu moi anJ, pulled the tripgn g In, loot, shor In stlf dead Tie uov took the gun froir the hina- of h de id lather, i d in n ted amid seen of i lo >d, the athtu uf help Ur  oeiatioi on the 15th The attendance was loiid exptctition The best feeling pretailed denng the diiv, aud the deepest mteres. wa( man fpt.cd The follomnf; resolutions agnin i sluver) and the reopen n3 oi the "line trjde were EIOE onlj unanimously but hear tilt adopted 1 Resolved That  ten ahilhuss about sou L NT Quebtc June lit The Anfflo Saxon listing arrived, the p per receit-ed furnish some details of tbe battle o Magenta It appears that on the 4th inst the French troops were under orders to cross the Ticmo u Turbigo The Emperor, m his official bulletin saya this order was nell executed though the enemy in creat force offered determined rm ance The road way was narrow, and two hours the Imperial Guard sustained unsup- ported the shock of enemy Meantime Gt-u JTcMalion made master of Mtieenta, and after the most eungtm nry conflicts tbe euemv waa repulsed at every point It is said that tho Auatnans in tlie precipitation of their eiacu i- tion of Milan, left then oanaon uud treasure be Iimd The Emperor sitye the troops have cip- tured 12 000 Austrian muakels Ihe mum.ipility of Milan presented an ad- dress to Kmg Victor Emtmmuol m tho presence of the Emperor Tbe king was to enter Milnti on Tuesday the 7tli The Austrian olhciol bulletin says tbe conflict js between tho 1st and Sd iirmv tho enemy ID considerable force Tbe contest ras undecided and eontmucd on unduj Our troops tnrerr themselves on the tit my with ardor and perseverance wortliv or ie most ejonous fonts of the Imperial arms V Vieimi despatuh, uniiutheimcaied, in tlie nikfort p a iys tli u through the oppor- e arrival ol Couut Ckir Galla- am' nid eotpa he Audlnans were Tietonuua alter a hoc fglit- id tho French were ibiowa bick over i o ii- _, Hook, 21 The strnmship Kangaroo haj arrived f iatee are from London ana Liverpool, June 9tb By Telegraph it new bMrd of racmbenl wu appointed wfth MTi thonty 10 four to tbeir number ind wlj cirry l.w, tffect tne mgntmni WJIK Qorcramcnt aod moo of ponai" sbtrefl to tbo extent .of wu UM- tioned to enjoy pnfmntvL dlfidend of 6 pw cent. _ Tbo London Advertlaer sayi there Will be BiBjonty ajratDSt the Hloutcrsof from 8 to IS. Tbe London Star thinks tburo wilt be a dfvf- Bion earl; on mornfojt Tbe London Tintei explainn tbe tMiturn.tr of tbe romiatcriftl side. OD Tueidav I pears that at thc commenceoieat of the I there remained 17 members OD tbe Ufafiterial efde who bad cot yet been sworn, afid F therefore, could not rote Mr D'lsraell cetrcd tbe idea of prejiing A while Liberals were St. Lotilf. June 18. Tho New HexKMD mail with dates from SanU Fe to the 13th, reached Independence tbil morning Newti unimportitnt. Three companies of troops were met at Cattf- on, occasioned by a rumor thit thc allies had I crcd icelved a suvere eheek in July ihe absence of news from caused con- sider ible ftgituiou on tha London Exchange 'Ihe Paria Bourse declined 1 pet cent. New York, June 21 The Steamship Kangaroo bis armed E left Lucrpool on the 8tb inst, and QueenBlo... on the p m of the Jth, br nramS London dale; Oy telegraph to noon of the Sib She pi he IGib in a (Unac fog crcd m an upper chamber of their home, all with their rhroats cut and dead The deed ia supposed to have been eotnnmted by Stutcr himself, who bad not lived happily witb his Wife, oauter kept an emigrant bouse. Kcw Tork, Jum S2. Additional to tltc Aews London, atlecdanco in Cipe Race o Cuiiriei THE Ni.1 The excite i tl the a led bai uf the ami "IA DlSCOVERrD OF Vh nent prudueed m the world ol mt by isreeent liaconrj of a lovelv stutue n a vineyard about hwli n mile be been by the reported RuasuiQ Mmisier lor the sum ol 50 1JUU lrnncs It ume idea, ol the n erits of thn statue to MS generally conaifierLcl as to r oi the celebrated MecVean tlorenee fha jittnudu is neiirly the difference in the ciiinpo itiou sli not a copy of the other It ippe ill g ve that ival the euu3 at ine but vs that io m a 1 a mp- i j si i i-IirU iu a Burlington bov, parents boon the LASD DISCOSTIMID ce s giv n m tl e columns of ihe L-bmgt0o Coamtu t on (ihe cfficial paper) of the di coituuaiicc of ib leiloii spri.igT Colltgre. -a-cc-meai cscrc a of this t. J E he F rs Pre bvtenan Cburch u 2 oa he oth _od >rere nel] a tendua t lojo'facjl ec- and S udenta i tct Church at 10 a IT Tne forenoon e psa u o-_ OL iro j vcung -J j.c u Tefjir In the ai cr e sesbf- Or tb- College cs ap on t t anil t rtii nly acquitted i a lioao Of tb peaking n ?i j n t li. v sir hat It was 1 er thc Dubeqiie, Chanron und Lmd tnci" m lowi ind the rernoial of the Land Offices fiotu Dub-que, Clunton and to Des Moiita Tie rej ou for i-, t toe utiaold mud in eaeh one of Diatncu hris been below one Lundrnd thousand been Dominated for -mont bj tl eDemo Flit Convention ap- o the Charle ton G ha, the oJice of Governor of Ve i-ratio 3'ute Ooneiuion fomtt-d Dojglas ilelegatea bv iht, in tbe dom ui ij at tiie "doe ____ o- i-j.et of ora B i, 31 R L 1 i urt, iht if e otatioidt r s.e 1 or e I 1 ur 1 i ro t jf evergreei III on Fn 30 account of _ Resolved That the attempt, of the South- am Si io reopen the Afr t n slave trade i h Oh hai led and dir of can Leniftof otirhwa, and 111 ec of the opin- ion eomp ets and dthb i ile neiinsa of all il e .luhziul i HIG ol the Girth Urn MIO con luti if iinrpbtiked bj the Chureh of Christ ml -s frowned down by the poluienua oi all wrtiet- nud if unreoiated bj the whole power LQd nflueiiee of our government H 1 to )nn0 upon our couniry the L-ontcmpt of man .ud ntid tl e hiavieet displeasti-e ol u righteous .nd mercilul Goii S Re olvod Thit in view of iho-e ne pled e to all rmomil and Chn t in means to Amenean Negro nt thi. eirl po si! le iluv c DLC ilU bv praur public, pi in hi! auit ble n-ug bukeiba n and nneeibing, and dibeOLtntcntmci, and r SAI flocbrot. Sam Uoua oi ha.i ac- cep ed the commation of Governor nf T tendered him In tbi eouveil ion at Austin Oi FGOV ed Ihe su quitted on tie ad I Nel on D D handled n a noJ sr u., ot t.n trret! oti ilr n "r of .np on nn Re- 3 i l ork Bened Tt Arcu d a hall -lid tne r j-ort ui IIR k louig bo. OL h eUci d M J i 1 u e L i rt i i tL n G i Beaford Ala' DF i the MM ionarv Aasociauon of j d u- ilon mv and j e OT .tnd Eev E H ter ns to tne mpor 26 ji ch -i in counec- co e e life Treasurer's report auwtd a era hardly to be ex -.a h d t and wa3 a con- it e voJi g per ons comj-oaug i DO: oih training tbeir intel- i- important eJli R i 3 of JA i aviDg aroused or Jo a waieT at the Ja 1 i o d 'elo e, ti a p on the part of aure-J i. considerable pile occupied b D p red iha the pla e Moiga t'ecomm-nuv as" 10 prevent the pan aceom- We learn the of who was sus L E2 imaged 13 several hor e- was la-ten from t s o traiie ion lour y par in the of Nsm is TUT PUST A.PTVLM u Lir on Con-utuimn Sur it is tie intintion of tht, Dtpinm 11 to is Je very shorili ne v m irueiiun aa to ihe inode r puttion up and dL .idtel 114 in ul muter nl3 hrrctofo-t, pn td throufch di-tnbu L ng office1', wi h tho of gn more tilen j to eorre poniUntt ooubt UOL it v. II a o give more ban fketion o the eomraui i ty than he j re-ei t d nbucmg Astern Jo ae eomp'i li tl is  itli the ongind A eopj of thia mil, I hope hud KS waj to New to   Coble armed when the nkeretuioo look elf u wbeh t e stared [SIT Tne pupuk UE ot Aduma GouDty, ac- cording to the CCDSU just cyinpleled, is 1 413 mat Pi arm tael o her potn n a w uiJiv und liberal eaeh 01 these l Ilium is the ami i Mr .Wph Farn on ,en Idnmn ol that city lo do this SL-uee arr unfj at tl e ounlt slii, me iound aft lo be mi'i i ig It nnnie linteU occu-ed n llu it Ind bem abdirscLtd foil his oie who addrca ed linn at the en em n hteh now to be a faet Tin, tu-n i-, not Leei "ecu t ner, a d probibly t e in one ol tlie trams or 1 Ii edi ut nyt entrmied Pre r.gnUr me enBer jli S but ii hi ii, wl o tnu Ji, cd ia i -tib utuic T e i i-, not p e tnLed i i jainent 1 crL n d een i pj eJ m Pi iladt ol ia it i l BA1TLF Lo 3 0' os Hie r I Iro d A I Akl bctlOOSLR -1 faUuoner Ntrtli E cj facts nil! "-omaunia k mek plLiisanc the n.ftnd when the ehre of b ru IB liuilj- kindled in th mjit bv an ineDiidiary luiij bui ia upon us I me alter nine in >-i.eh qi d ucee ioa no rur..her pruor ia n iutiua that tl ere arc pir ia nnlkm0 on ilie on ih tint an. nt. to all iiiuihoo J, and nhoai, ilent reward would be Diri'tciUni bv n have at sueh pn s now that ill MI! th it the neccdsit) IB underline tint, evt-rv n in >-l ould stand ior 11 klei ee ol hid iul 1 .1 creR of i eipiil p trt of her e nuii from Cipt i, th t un tun.ldj railroad ties tveruy i: ilet from .h wtie ptekcd up nul le to find anv ii hcird ol 'I on of Ihe Kitty Gr, -t ttv _ u Luke UiUi ,1 abc ft L kf o! ivh li H iin n but they were ii I s or oilier meaiH oc !n_rrtlirtin la t veur the bupirv sur of e lovnsliip o WHU o utei ol a emu mill Qt Bhek known ia the Oriham and wm ft 11 au Lnlveranlly Reporier ESCAPF 01 In, visit h Id of h tile tt Monteb llo thc Empe ly reaped being made r jir Feale rcceniij ei tertd nt) and next June, Mr. way for tbu ot t upon is eif bully Killb: AQ i it.an on bouie from Filtta Kjk m ilje c (j terday Hi. 1 ft the minea tho Eral of June__ lie uys tliai the lute Etoneo of great diaco1 hi-re are untrue It repoittj ntLea-eurtorlh that tht. iinh which be eit-cc from thc mines broJ0ht a Urge amount of dust, but, he states llmt the orly Jrtiatitof ariv I md on board nustlic biSoige belongin0 to hmiaelf and one con pumon and there waa not one cents norm of dust m it _ The bunday Seaooia COJiieCted with the Btplial Chureheb went on HU cxeursion to Fore Madison je terday Tbe Jo Giles, which took ihe par y, wus neatly decorated, thc Burlington Buud waa iu attendance, and prtsume the little folks hud a jollj of it DrPAPTOKE QY THt IBST TlljUH FOR FlUJBIt ufuraooa, at o'clael, ilie 'm.cr Uiver gold hunting aad faaakutehcifan xplormg expedition, atruck tbeir and tarted for the Fdciuc vu Red River, Fembmu, nd tlie Iludaon I3a> Companj'a poata in Bnt- su America A portion of tbe piiru hid been eneiinpe1 for POTIO time pa-ton the prairie, r ilie residence of Col II v ofik-, U ilie time of starting the company ir 13 oom plete, but it will be jf ned by lee-uitoatdillerent route between il is city and at ad rhe-e it m the pur[ on. of Col to Jemc ibe and strike wes.wiud for Ked Hntr Pio leer, June II MR DODOB Washington letter to the New York Tribune baa the following Our late Minister at Madrid, Mr did lot kive much encourflgeiiifnl to the President's favorite idea of acquiring Cubu during his re- vibit here lar Irom it e informed tbe Adinmistrntion that u wad u wild vi-iciidry and raciieuble ncbenie tvhieh had nu udvoca ca piiin ol mid that eyerj movcuieiit ucli a dirteiiou only teuded to relieve the rutt! diBdentioi d of bpani-h and to compact a Beumncnt ol united and tiiiplmtiL Ubilioti, nliiLh ignored nil other cuimes of rcncs fhis iiitormiitio i win not viry Bttblt: a: head q larier-, and Mr D dfce wwi not conipiiniinted wuli unj particular luken of a dinner of opniig chickens aad pcoii, which are now cheap I e N i poll aoiitr Ile hud puhedon'aafi md nan obseruns with his mpo ihe iv maits of the between Barbmnelto I ne I'.ioo Jel htella upon the Po when id nh a detuehinen: ol Au trmu prest Died -m elves Uloi. linn onlj two hundred niees lit their vvaj. or 1 er they hud idvancid fi. Irom meru cam WL bo (jd but it ia proprbfe latter tuppoaitiou H correct luasmueb id i, idvurct J oi ilie Ausinnni ire much n r nnd dur nm than those oi the i i co b.iriliuiatH Directly hove ir tin. tin pnrur -.in them lie chan.ed ctiior, llirew awnj 1m g ir, drove Le mio hie horse s flanl c ind ba k to VoD-hcri in i pnet IL i wuuld huve honor lo the winner of tnc L" Louni tpoleon has faults tt miiat be udnmt d but tlmt of uatitoiilj exposing his p r-, n t the CEuniy caniiot ccrtaiulj be num bered umong them i Dircivo nia GRATK gcn- tlemun "ays the (lowi) Kepublioin the J4th inst, WM di eovcrea Sat 1 exe IT itmg a two by seven QI d on being intcr- itcd by the o vners of tho p-emiseo tf ot he r-iieiv lua own bnmncss The an-tver not t BJtafaeton, search waa rnndo und a re- volver found m one of ihe pockota ol bwcou lie wna uilowed io return to town, but being tin found the same ei suing the ciiiae place ir r is thought tc pi ice dim where he euuld do himfcclf no injurv become cnnn ored of a jounjj lady wbo did no see III turn his alketiors it i, suppoted that ho ue partially de ringed aud contemplated committing suicide Atne WnifikM is Apache i LBbaieamude of iiiukinfc which .1 1 appear 'o the rai-niitietureM ol irtie'e m the uhio "Valley Tie mg up proe 3 is rathe- alow jet theae Apacheb -ec n ;o liquor Hindi nml ed u good Jruulc eome Iheproeeea, aecordu p to a eorre poud U of Aruonidu, u us follows Tbe com H brdt i.d for twentv four Q uole is dug in tfc {.round, generally n wigwam, ajd Bnrou dr> hrnes laid ou tho bottom, on this tbe corn id plueed, and a layerof grass oierit Four or five times a day warm water is sprinkled over .ho eorn, und at m0ht the family sleop on It to increase ihe warmtli, and make the eorn -nrout quid; At tin., of four or fiv e days the corn ill sprouted it is then dried Urn, put in a Kc.lli lien eoolcd it is i id left to fcrnitot for twel lo- dm k Ali.iou.jh very gruM ml un Indian imaa ijimrc or [wo on Dird, be d mi a oopper who In Pieaident ol tl United Siaiea lule ie crion :ln above y hbte Una viiii ion imy Ii mce of hd c   at tveiy pomtiv th a losa on our side ol 2 Out) n en Ilie IOH o! the enemy la estimated nt 15 000 killed and wounded and Aua- tniD piifiontia remain in hands Magenti Jute Austnans taksn pr soners at leaat 7 000, and the Au..- placed hors de combat u-e ThrlJo pie.LS ol cannon ind fliguviuu captured from tbe enemy UMh7 Our army rests for the nu posjof 8orBaaumg itflelt Our loss is iibuu d 000 killed nud wounded at d one can mmtnkun by UK enuny Ilie ais- piuehalso from the fcmpeior tbe Empress uusieccued on the utt) nnd Bulletined at the Bour e Head Qnarieia, Monda> Q m is in i sifiie ol insurrection Tbi Ansimns i-ve ivicualed the town and cibtlc leivvii g u t e r the cinnoc und trea lire of the army behinii them We i-re meumbered with prisoners nnd Ime ukeo 12 Out) Airman rnuaKeis A dispatch dated PI ris, Monday n cbt lhatibi muniupality olililn prockimeil >iuor Emmanuel nud hart an ad (Jieas to him m the mesuice of the Em AVieni it tlie bat rt bj .tap.u.11 aiijs, a 30HL, the Bounded I journed till that dir Buron Risclincht, 1 Dresden, June killed nnd wuund-f Pans, Saturday, Schamim b-ene-ala Ebpaaan and bu been appointed Chief Commander at Gump at Chalons, where ibree divisions of Car- of Sardinia airy are to be assembled loandLondrio Fire thousand Austrian pi-jsonershareamn e to at Marseilles and Toulon. .iou. pnnlcLt ,n Lni L that 15'000 com- irom Cuba hound to London, tub Dmlr NQ euv In nf Inst ere eajs lands tbn BhoJed fietli the nc-s of a dilute 01 he Pans Bour occasioned a purtial w Inch n 8g strenth ened bv the rumor th u tbe Ircneh had received j -even, shock Ue market finallj cJoscd ucaiii j lower than jcntcrdu} i1 D Israelis allusion to a" measure of cimmce ot tie cbaracier, ire uouf. fortb Q good deal of tiny interpreted LS ehoiv ng that ihe war aruiacnta Is now c ing are Ant. inrormilionii Thc Vienna The Hi ol Sundiy the 5th ihentic co tiraunua1 Tho dcUild aud the battle of Ma- genti -xre still CM eoied Ihc Au tnan urmv bad. qee transferred during tho n Jit from the itn to ttio oth inst to Ol JiatecriisSt, The WLmciiensaiuesthut tho co nbdt WHS undeu ded d ihat u fuubflp Cght v 13expected ou the lei Juno Qth dcspeme conflict took beueeu tho a )d third .t Olttin anil Prince I ichicnsteins corps aounl. ioniimeuepoiuid nnut- corresponding lans the ao- Oo ll.i cvr up ii d (iow is prupellcil b> j abo it dent bo re r tliitn -t INDUS lMdrtiul ndupeniJcnt oi this r "topped ur e by aidr the Th a c i Otn Uli, of BunoD, a 1 ieei, 101 in -i so oerieet s this reun n nc a ia thfie Even bhouli nil the ovetl, ihc ear eimmit; 'Uil, uwng to an m- rf nu nt at the bate, ind vob iu shaft may oc ina de die vention ol Mr ro bo oi op TUB TOJJH b A. letter Iron Oino in us ilmt the gen nil bj n ilui citj id the iistoverj the well S noun m eite He ii. Phurioh i completely with l i lound at Thebi rchei, the toml, is Tie king is with leu.! oi pimttcl un it Hi nine vvue fom il in Uie tl k nB us wi 3 a I .20 11 Marieite h >d OF PIURAOII AMD the ton t mtio id et of ou hich hi j lat bem ha. long mid lehet ot th ide on Sine pkce of fonune m n he io ib of Apatite jeweN winch now lonn ti c pinio.pa] om meat of tbe E0yptlin Hu-euia of iho Louvre The jewels ol AmoMb ire still nnic iitiorahle their number nud quality Jlic ;erv oi a tomb intact, is tho moat import USE UiLt M Hunt tie hna >et made in A Fa EI Ii VLY IMIOS. Irom Piria 10 tl i Uoi.___......... Ihediy M not dibunt when Louirt N poleon'i ill rulenee lu Tur All m. armee and the who had pasaed the iunoiiMK-y considerable force Ihe resi It of Uie Loutest was ui decided The combat w is oontiniicd on Sunday Our troops liircn tl cm upon the enemj s inults with ardor and bhoacd a valoi ni d wort! y of tho tlonons fcHta of arms of the Imperial innj Jfil in perfectly tranquil The head- terdav HE Abb An horn es a ainilui vicv but addiihu tbe authorities and the ve kgtrnsonof Milun with tl c except on ol thpumlfl Rirn-oi nitbd-iwaat the eo.mudol Count The to vn u ouiet Ihc folio i ng iiitoug fiotn Viennihnd been puul hed by the lruiklo-t pupera uithoutanv us to its aiuhe.) icity Vienna, >j -Through tho opportune arrival ol the corps de arm. L of CUir bulUa wolcdin thm the Austnms were tho butle field after a hot fight thrown over tbe French ernracui loan ft loot Ihe Times' city articlo saya the uboenec of from Franco the circukuon of a mill itude 01 tepom of a SK wd the defeat oi he of SLrdmia has al.o been averted It is ihat to tjo close of bu neDs no til had transpired to cstablifilj tln.se lliriiei in a tl ito of exciie s ihe prices Irom the Tho course of our troops ie unbroken mi taey are for a decisive battle Turin SMurdav, June U -Pnrate leltcr. Irom Milim rc.pcctinKtbo battle of M.rezeniins st.le tint Zooavcs were put hors du combat The Austn.na who .ere stronl raffled a. loss of killed and wounded ind 1 200 prisoners The battle luied 0 hour.. At eleven o clock at nignt a taullion of Houct- nans and Grouts intended to surprise tho village were surrounded nnd dcfpatcd .lie Times correspondent of Vienna says tho official Austrian Bullctir announcmB 'be ol Magenta produced an indescribable eflXct ai the capital, and crcr; one for a moment appear- ed o be stunned Milhtarj men are indignant tint tlie linest irray Austria ever possessed should Imie been cntrusud to such a bungler B6 Oount Gyauh appears to be BreadstuHs inp are the quotations 1 Americnn, 10s IdalSs 9d. Wesiern Bed, 8s Western White, 10s Sdalla Southern, 10s OdalSs Corn Yellow Sd Wi.itc, 8sa8a 9d. Quoted at 3uaa30 Od. m, St Louis, June 21. The Overknd of the SOth h.s arrived ihe OreBon Legislature inth ult Lulhor l bulem on the iown Pre.idint c Sen.w, G. L Vault Speaker ofihe WilluBB Mr Grorer, the Bourt of i m, s a in ii.i k een? PMl" to f" o 8 ol rln h i Dust be pro bl U e Governmau. to bnnrf the revenue Pre'UH Oi "rend Utt ac l- Ch iU wish to prejjjre lite p, io. of thc subject Ijy aanouiL up to tbe but ieranon lug tbal BnuncuJ ful laying of iu consequence ol thcRcdSti .ulearaph uout llw Bufcuipuon, a Eorl n lor tic 500 000 I.kelr to be .oto filled ,I bulii. in of tie s.pd. THE Lmdon, June TheTinieaihisA il puhl a summary of the ulrici il IIPHS received st Vienna up to mid- night o I Monday 3t is is follous v a nerce battle at furbijio and Buf folora on the kh At hist only two of the Corps ivere engaged, but they were on P il of the i Corpa took part subseqiienlly re n forced Third with as much nnc )r aud Allies pi in iho J in It; inpi ol Caj- t.......--, "but npfn- ,il oi thut chiomc toro of novelty and boiled lor li L hoim id pouudid live hours, flour, when it H it. tO UHu, boji were fidhmR at Fulmoul.i or two BII ue. one ot them liuoked baas which weighed 7S pouiidd It touk tbne oja to haul the tiab m. ueh del ihiiica Jie whole Li Un u dis- steel oily allays, will our Portig lonk at i, look ai Inncc herstli, very ok ur Spun look nn J bouth Ameri, ind bee how who and thc> chule und mg a form of unil hoiv in eveij oi e of ihcm where ihe'e IN i gore rn incut tint gov ment B Hiipporled solely by n si in a und where there is no powerful stnid anarchj rcigna m its most hideous fo inurchy 03 one sees in ilesico and fatjuth Amer ica A free and nidi prudent Italy is ubBoluto in impo33ibi! as the discovery ol uerpeiudl mo t on, or the -quire of the circle Tbare be, perhaps, a bnre not-ibih y tfaat eoniL nunhtv gen J" may ani.e poa isaes aine times the ma ot an 1 Fulton aud StefibeiiM ti to or thrice tlie poiv.ri of NL vton unid Du L j I iee i n n prolong d pi cnij of UHJHI- i- tiun suite iheie ippirentl) insoluljli, moblena Evu-jihui, H prd'ib1 But il tUn, be atte VL.IIIO in ihe teiiclnngs ot bntoij li esperunee bu the aure every I our shows it. H, then thL freedom and indtdeudetiLO of Italy mubt be umouB thotie qnestiona which, brouch erf by any nnm, ruiaed strong prCMimpt.na cvi- dviiet. ol his ntnc'-s lor the BLrait aboiur b th and ret-imen ol tbe mad house Italy hna never been, free never iet jndej uniJent, nevei yitcnioquil, und I qli ill not bclievn ilmtlouis okou liiiB the specific vvliich la to no It this dtrlul eiire which until I aee him a.dmi imter u to Fruueo with sue .ffrrnng to ilia atatomeiit copied into nu- OIIH newcpHpers (rum the Cork lo tlket tli it MIPS ilurence ,d .red a coi vent at in tie cuuiilj ol Weitlord IIH a uun, tin Liutdou Guurdi uane This IB not true, it Intuidod to ipply i0 fif-hiuiRile of Uium-nti fume Jujy wa believe in iieij-liboihood ol Luuiloii, nd we reerei to udil, in IL very low, u eak btiUu ol health siime day tli in ihe The a -vaa vcrv h ird ffgbniig atBudilora in me times Lo tbo udvaunge of tbe Prenoh, ard Butneumcs to that of the Aimruna The bal tie listed till lute n tbo niglu, and ou the'il as eontiDUCd at Magenta I'ie Allua made no proof's On us dij two Austrian corps ir re cugnged and in the afternoon the tiu.oa tool ip a flank position between Abiattc The A isti i ins iuv c token riifiay priaoni rs The Auairlans had four eenerals nnd livebtaff ofiic  by the Secreia ij yl Uie iiLutury, about thirteen million and a half were bid lor two million bundled Uiouaauil weroiiwiircicd at imoa undei C ppr cent fiom tofii pet cent., ami uno Imndced thouBDOd were aunrded fit fi per cant All the other bidders proposed 6 pur them the roraamdcr of the loans will be proportioned pro Tata Norfolk, June 20 The U S atenmer Laucaaler armed hero yestordu) morniiiKfioniPuilitdelphm Slio has on uuial trip of a week at sea. during Inch the muulimeiy built by Meters lieanoy, e IUL t Cu ot Pli i lade Iph m porlormed admi- Hud to the fiuusfaLtioi) ot nit on Her sea going quuliiios bnve beon, aevoroly ad, uud sin, reummsiti purfcot order to Uko her position UB fl ig dliio of thu TiieiHc hquadrwii Toronto, Juno 20 Accounts from the Huron d is met any thai the dmtteSB Ifl tin re1, Irom ihu of iooit, und unlrad immud ate rc'lot is iiU BUrvaiion wtll Bcauo dl'rcd uu.jlw.lMa modified didirauoDor oeatrUu, bun J 2 5 AMrmnBulle in- m., 8-Tho olb a the fol i butlt.. j roium their posts and tiinttbey er, e li e Kepresentniive. are iho prouuuent CjuJiii.tcs to supersede Deluzou Smith m ih. UIIIILO Suites Senate from i razor River continues couragraj The specimens of gold Governor Douglas has issued a decree pro- viding for the of aliens after 3 vcam residence Bu at Sun was dull, with no pro-pectof aspecdj revival onlng io thc lame fcustcm bbippera must discontinue heavv shipments Wssbington, June 22 Private letters received here Irom u and Arizoua to the 7th of June, suie that tho law attempt to revolutionize Chihuahua by Maria Zuloago, brother of the late Pnbidcnt of llezico, has been entirely suppressed, nod surrendering withoit battle, was Dac- duncd r BOD John S ol Uo nnd Lieut Maury, of Ari'oni, ire the guests of Judge inrt, of 0 POM EilensiVLprep.nions.cre being nmde to Sir 1'hUps d grand recep- tion in Aew Mexico Thc peoole of Anronii ndhero to their de- termination to tune no port in tbe Sew can elLclion, on the cround herctojore slated in their mcmorul lo Oongress of baviuc no fair representation or vole IJmtcd biates Court will be bold tit He- silln during this A car Anzonn will send her own Delegate to Con- press It Lieut Maury consents to run ae.m he will be ckcted without oppo-iUon. Uon MA Otcrto will be returned to Con- Sres? as Delegate from New Menco without serious opposition lo El Some reform in the present system of rj, tlie Post uuice department will" L adopt euch as maj filciu practicable and eThc.Vnt and hold iu. officers to strict accountability fortbcir own mistakes, Albany, June i2. A violent bail storm previvJed m thia vicmltT the space of a mila in Jlndows 'f A nilmber of I hi Times Pans correspond, of ihe most luflueiiiiul 1'oin.r proposing an amusement ufn butue.und if n. tion bj tlie itdl u oajs that ti lad iigreed on the ur t gr v insisting unou us adop- Geu Donilcv conuiandtp lud biui er aicd iNupoleou issiiidto have lieci tlie lingual Guard dnm t1 hours i PLUS The i from 11 A In Din pll feBllll 1] A ust f f the Imperial i m the midst of stand of tivo UIH, it. ap- idc agniM iht i unaware ol iht Lai loss of the estimated al to 11 GOO despatch, dated sajs The ncc Itttip from tho field of Mi bocn_ rec.ivcl flie Imperial luid 0[ posed to the irds ill v crtbcless finally ._..... Zounvua aud Guards lo t i ulid at hthkUeii hiel wve tthicli WHS cudeinored so aurpriBo the i my but the tnanmi The) ntiucked by the unabkto "dvmu, but lln) oncmj Tha id letook their post in in; Glaumed tbe The enemy of oui if Iho e .nd the mule v .tie mpt, mi llt.m iiivreluxcd 'i.tli.t iv n ihcu reoi lIcMihon en MoUahon the efforts for a moment resumd witbdoubli Muuiiihsntand ihe The i linnn I II, ot hor Spithead on he 2 Uh .nd mil Or 1 1 ,.eonauts, mclu ding ID ol the hue Ihe Lonuon D ,1) Nev. mil leiptetini, t'ic bjltleof jlukenta issllenci.) b> die lail that the Austrian had re- tuitedfiuni the aold und ilm the c inlT is noi> In the h pital oml) inlT is noi> In the hinds of the jMlns. Tho Louiloii Toil romail that since Mondav iorning the pubho has beon to and from opolis its moulh nvalloiv anj canard that eiimu m ,IB aud liter ceusurinB the mjauamuom of its con impomne., Indicates the OTtrcm ol tho Allies w follows Thpv :orp! disptr inufuj and Ih back The Ad open ready to e mum bud; of tbe A aecuses the nih dmpaiohcM of mlsreiirtstntations beoaiiBe ley do not tall) ml, tho Austrian bulletma.-- 1 ho Ttmes devotes r I, adtr to tVcnel lon In Italy, and u does not regard N.- poleonHd MhaviUR yet himself with Uon, BUS that luihuiio ho has made good bu ttlVMoe and worked a stead, sncccss Bum. v meeting ol the Atlamlo Compauv A. I aleott seriously terrible tornado, nccompai led by retn. Dossed mern portion ofKmbdcn on Wednesday after- noon last, prostrating houses, barns, tree., orchards und even thing in its course In one of the barns, two persons, a Mr Clark and Mr. I re injured, although it is supposed not A belonging to Mr John Red- Md are little child, and another woman who mis m the house at the time, were all more or less Mr Kedraan was carried some distance with the "inning tnnbcia, andis ill. Por- tions ol the demolished buildine. were carried to ihe disumee of two It wa, a fcarlul wind, and it is tiuly wonderful that no moro persons were seriously uirt. The Overland The Overland witht't rived Inst night 8 unmiporlant A preMous report oi au attack OD Bottle's mcorre'ct. Tbu pait) b) Mohave Indians In.liuns are peaceable the" SaltT "M lh" the Salt Luke Vsliev mundawd In cotiw qucnce of the swollen condition of tho Ihe northern part of Salt L.ke ru m d.n danee 7hS 0ficiU1 ClT ln Opden S b) The olhcers of the steamer SkylarL report the reception in Le.venworth on IDtb ol ol Pike's Peak be. my tl tho 1 fc l8 I have see rival m tho country. haro beon found ou Creek d.gcbgs not seen them, nud course, say noihmB aa to iho truth of tbe report. Alter Amiring at Grogorv's diRgmps I 
                            

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