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   Marshall Statesman (Newspaper) - October 20, 1858, Marshall, Michigan                                Practical pau ler W Forrlefia Sheet Iron DRY HOP DRY HOP HOP DRY HOP DBT HOP DBY HOP t H 4 tne following tho condition in wnwh these miserabie creatures reached b fromJ tha Mitor of the Charles ton JAtXMtyv and war therefore be consid ered aa rather than exaggerating tho horrid Being curious to Boa the cargo and ar ramrement of die we obtained a per the port phy mitfrom and with ot Rv dealer Para MeJl Kn4 flMrimniUlina iMmllflf i dealers in Shelf and Bmyj blaj Dealer in Shelf ft whfMlroo Farming 1 in pitmen PDRB FBBE PURE ft dealer inDry U OHAS dealer inDryGoods Palntj ft ft Boob A Boolin t Bmdj cor dealer in and Willow and Stone a Jpora of wholesale and V J retail dnkn In Cnxtorr nd Main oppojUe IHbblei Mlnhall Mi dealer in China ara aliui Pry and WIRES WINES WINES VmmOj by L H others accom panted Lieut Bradford in a small boat from the Upon clambering np the side oj the a strange and Flaming sight pre sented itself a deck covered with native Af ricans in a state of complete with rare of a narrow strip of rag an inch wide around the These neoplo were seated for the most part with their logs stretched ont flat drawn np in or doubled np some squatted on their feet am not tho u but General The captain and tteW are to be tried on a charge of nd if found gnniy are1 to be executed but bo tbb will be result t Mnoh more likely b it that the canjain of tbe Dol nin will find himself the object of Executive bpleasdrt for having honestlv perfrotned at did Commodore when rfteised If Goverinnant were loneat in efforts the suppression of he slave the capture of an American laver would not be so rare an event as to cause universal We are glad the these crafts haa wait with Slate street Mnr 01BH yjatOr rfcEPOSITORY of llie Amorican Bi 1F SoclatT B COOK ft Cofl J Star Mills Star Hills Star HUlls1 STAR MILLS STAR MILLS FLOUR STAR MILLS A few were standing about and a few lying None wore tied fasten ed inany The majority were very apparently from eight to silicon years of aomo younger and older scarce ly over Some o them were and good case but the greatur part were ha grown children weak and Man and showed plainl effects of their long and crowded passag in aNconfined A fow were evidently i and Sept 8 nj L n noenreos except fi and cunons and to All were pure black in co the whwo nkins authority some will txpcriment and anxiety to MO hoW dispose of But tho poorjarrelchej vjcuins have brought 16 what will be their fate t been Ailantia TBbjgfapavTioWB into the BnadftrAa Aoooxtte Tuael or AoTOtai tha 1ropoatd 1 A writer in tbe pbiUdolphia Pmtt whose mindI has been somewhat agitated by tbo startling inventions of the to thai journal an article from Dicva Works on tbo subject of Acoustic believing be that great can be made in especially since tbo discovery of gntta and that wo may be some lime or to talk to John Bull aeroa tho Atlantic Ho Experiment were made in Paris by Biot ion tbo transmission of sound throngh aft in very and through solid These experiments were made WHOLE A Muter fttirdend by bii Vletnrn Naomi Sealy recently pnbliahed an in the offer ing five hnndred dollars reward for any positive proof as to the wheTvabonfa ot ber Richard who dbappeared mysUrionsly about the 9th of Ust January SospkaooB circumslanoea led to the 4 ttdte AnttA een renomhuated for GoparinBsrm rhe fiftlx ox There are only two cities ift Or in the world trhieh cotrtam more Cterraafl thsii of four of negroes last I who being seperately confessed that they bad murdered They stated having aomo three or four weeks previ ous to tbe execution of the horrid form ed plan of taking hb they waited for a favorable He bad been riding on that and having been wet bj MfttUfahls tiulietin that Preakknt jBaehatuui owns of the stock 6f tiiS PlunV ers Bank of Si about to connect with the rest of the world by a telegraph to La costing Pittsbqrg Gazette 9 thfet from tiome noriaces bf the Very irf Cincin as Coajntor fiishop of the Di through long cylindrical wbkh were lh 1 fatof A large of ihein already ralieTflttoT their sufferings by 3m971 FULLY supplied with the best materials for the Preservation and Restoration the will Ituert Teeth on on Daily Summer Arraagement for I WILL KEEP ON HAND all kinds of FAMH in the waj vl MARSHALL DAVIS and aYlintermrdlate B Office over Butlers Rwldenoest MmMerrill opposite the Fe male otLllanaion Penlnsnlar Shatving Two Doora Baat of BY ENAPP and others of them in adying con They no have been immediately told into slaveVy by tho South but tho tho At torney that they were legally in the custody of the United States and not subjectto tho lawsof South Caroli na The Charleston Evening jfetes upon the citizens to bo submissive to the and to make no attempt to rescue or kidnap them from tho Federal authorities and to rely on toabate the Harsh and tnrribleexnctlons ofthat u despicable by which the officers and Their hair b very short crew of the Echoaro to bo tried for who were appeared j The Ricmoud the leading ad some of them ogling ministration paper in earnestly pro Bread Heal and Drml In Country rnrnlah to free of any gowb In the iboie Will ran a Wagon and giggling and and Others testa against sending the negroes to smoking tobacco out of short clay pipes with j according to tho act of cane just aa bur own negroes do j As usual with slaveholders and their apolo Those that were thin looked dull j the claims of religion aro always up and but there was nothing wild or and it is for tha benefit of minions erocious in their They looked amiajthal tho experiment of enslaving them ia to le and and readily obeyed iho made The editor sayi mands iho person who haiLcharge oft What belter could bo done for these They aro great I poor now that they are and appropriate whatever they can on every I We would not for one countenance There wcro two hundred nttdfori the opening of the African slave But an experiment may be mado out of the Echo will of great pcrvice jn solving the practical usefulness and good ofvAfricnn The great blcssingaol ntion and Christianity are now open i and we are not disposed to ignorant and helpless pagans constructed as conduits for fountains to belbh the city of WHh regardto tbe velocity of it waa ascertained that its transmission waa ton and a half times as quick aa through the The were over one thousand and thirty nine in Biot WM stationed at one and a friend at tho other they heard tbe I lowest voice so perfectly aa to hear the words and keep np a conversation on tho subject of the They wished 10 determine the lowest point at which the human vojcfe seemed to be but could not acora plUb it words spoken as low aa when we whisper a secret to another were so that not to bt heard was but ant re of not speaking at alL Bo tween a question and answer tbe interval was not greater than that for the transmis sion of The time in die experiment aet fire to a Urge Ing so that ho could dry While ho was lying tion the one of the menwith an axe inflicted upon bb skull which kilted when they threw him upon tbe log After the body was they pounded the bonesinto dust and mixed them with the The hone was and together ocese of London astronomers do not regartt the present brilliant ctffflet as identical vitti that which is now The present vfc iior will not reappear for two or three hnndred At aipedml elec JerfctlMII to fill a vacancy jn office a freeaoiler in spite of the sireoooat and inumidationa on the part of tho prosU very men and government The maniage of of Lewis i rough one thousand and thirtynine as about five and a half Reports Tho men and boys woro kept oil the forward deck and in the forward which latter b fiftyfive feet nineteen feet wide in the broadest and narrowat tho and fortyfour inches the floorbeing Send In your Orders Send yonr formed of loose movnbln turned loose to be hold for tho women nnd girls is behind jcooio elayeaof some King of Da It b of the same twelve feet residence shall be long and nineteen Under tempo rary flooring b stored the consbt I ing of peas and the water to Their food b boiledMike hopping put I in buckets twice a at ten and four and placed in the midst of circles of GENERAL STAGE OFFICE A First Kate Liter Stable connected with Uanofaclnrcr and dealerja LASTS Cath For Pelti and Agent for of Rubber and Leather BATTLE 91 Steam Planing Established a Depot tlwhnildlnBOBrdooreast of K nnllcre wuvre i or ion and well guarded tqprer vent the strong negroes from taking more than their although they are liberally A pint of water b given to I morning and Most of them I sleep on being placed in close I on their and not permit ted to turn or move during the At Ko4 State Street TURNER ANDIES at mannfacturad O DEALERS are invited to examine my daylight they are dashed with buckets of I C B THRESH by the keg at CHURCH TTITOULD Respectfully announce to the V V cttltenl o Calboan and adjacent thar havtai added MTeral new Kaitern to their eltab are prepared to manufacture to aD arttdea Their MANY OTHER GOODS lhatyonwill when jou m at water to wash thorn They sing clapping their hands and rocking their bod ies in and these songs have n grent re 1 semblance to some of our negro i Several of the negro fellows exercise authori ty very much after the manner of our with airs of authority and ridiculous gesticu with the waa snnk in a The negroes showed the place where the unfortu nate man was where some buttons From hb clothes were as well as some bf the The bones the as also the were found in tho Among the circunwtancea whkh led to suspicion of the WM the fact of their spending large snms of One of the party b a whose it b was instrumental in planning the and earnest in urging its The four assassins are in jail in Jackson cnonty awaiting their trial before the ornamented by ihoir While tho bles eings of ChriBtjttcHy are unfolded to the bar a useful experiment may be made heir capacity to receive religious instruction n their native state maVnow bo fully tested and the practical nsefulnoe of Arfican mb fuily or explode with the strictest Lu uprigh and highminded be selected for their nnd by their reports lot the missions to Africa be fully Tho Guardian b a little paper published at South which is some what given to fireeating and plain The editor expresses himself in thb wise The slaves on board tho Echo were reg ularly sold by the and purchased by the captain of the They his bona fde and we think the officers qf the Dolphin committed piracy if there be piracy in the matter a pistol fired at one end occasioned con dcntble explosion at other the air was riven out of the pipe so as to give the hand pretty smart and dnve light sub lances out of it at tbe distance of half a and to extinguish a Don lina another proposed to build hori zontal tunneb widening at tho remoter ex and at the distance of ncar y a the licking of a watch could be leard far better dote to the He calculates that a series of such tunnels or jipea would a message nine hnndred miles in an The advantage of eneh Lnnnela must bo obvious they might bo laid between railroad across and even between cities and the day will probably come white they will be perfected so as to be used aa much for long distances aa they are in many huge manufactories and even in on a small am known aa The Grain Crop of The Boston Journal thus epitomizes the information respecting the European grain crop of as derived from lajcst foreign Virginia Traveler and Gaylord the veteran and hiUriooe ed itor of the Knickerbocker took place on at BeUows New The happy aian ia at Buccecsful broker and clever Dermotl anppoeed to the died on the 20lh kavrag an es tate of He was a member of the Roman Catholic He leaves a which divides 95000 between fuVuro chil and gives the remainder to the Catholic A Mnrrnbr from death OCCtnted on die Hudson River Thursday An express train movicg at the raw of thirty miles an struck a drunken OMB who tras standing on the threw him high in the The train was backed j In the countries bordering upon the Mediterranean the crop b variously iul upon the whole may be rrgardnl as equal if not exceeding an Egypt will furnbh a full Spain and Portugal will not require say supplies from other la Belgium and Hol land there b an average crop while in the Baltic including Northern Germany and Western the yield b brIpw an although high prices may induce ex in find lib when vns found whole and Me was taken on and swore rsialy at the conductor j for hint 1 Tuesday night after the departure of tho Chicago from the central De at two small children were dis covered in the ladies sitting who bad been cruelly deserted by their unnatural Tho was not two of and when found tbry were sleeping in Bwcvt of their a Kentucky Atreveler from as hb blooded 1 porta to some In Franco thero is a fair crop of wheat and oats being infer The cereal crop of England exceeds the and a portion of the extraordinary wheat yield of last year still remains in the bands of to bo added to this years larvesU Other breadatufik are somewhat under the In IrlXnd all kinds of prodnCKTare compared with recent Planing in Steam Ulaioodworklng tbej are prepared to do all rklin to lurnUh planed ami in wish to ffia tti mm would cali particular attention to hb Nation and Others went cooking I the big pot like good and with I old breeches on obtained from the sail Tbe captain of the hold understands wrtr or Inside and Outside BOOB r eonaUntlj on hand and aunn and matched to order of lht dXDESBRespaetraUjr Wf f Bound Stand Bed Harp Hand Parlor 2 Parlor NO3 Suspension Short Fluted Shades HAi at troit M Yrt i sementfik HATTER calls the attention c L ikaetUieuor Maraballand Tlclnitj to blaUrfe aa4 uUutre ajuortment of CAPS A oUei HanofaetBrad ki A oodaawrUDnlof AMBURQ CHSSSSt YEAST VJ or all at PING PAPER AT FACTORY their and says theyare very averse to going back to as the United States law Our coast resembles that they came and the group of pines opposite the city on the looks to them like co coanut trees of their under the direction the United States civil 306 in number ail were taken by the steamer General Clinch and to Castle Pinokneyat in oar where they will be by a de tachment from the garrison Fort Moultrie Aa they passed the planV to gain thb steam ers they presented an affecting many of them beingreduced to mere skele tons by the suffering and deprivations of the Several were in a dying few and a goodly number appar in They were visited on Sat urday by Mayor Macbeth and several Al b Who can conceive ofthe miseries endured by these three hundred women and during that long packed as thick aa they could in an apartment three feet six inches in height Talk of the honors of the and the Neapolitan dungeons 1 There b nothing in bbtoty to equal the horrors of the African Though young and Tieallhy when put of tfeete capjjvea djed on tha passage from pure intensity p all are reduced to and some have died tinea their No wonder the by forcibly taking possession of property that did not belong to Before leaving the the interpreter informed us that when the native African committed a he was killed by tho and bb family sold to the The crew of the Echo ill be here in a few Let them come e hazard the assertion that not a hair of leir heads will be Since writing the we have learned lat the crew of the Dolphin have been al owed the privilege of the entire use of the American The Canadian Crystal pletoric saddle and haughty in stopped at a comforta ble in Kentucky one many years The lanJIocd was a whole souled aa landlords were in those and gave tbo strangerthe best enter tainments bb table and bar would aa well hb own merry company to make him Early in the morning the slran ger was np and looking when he es pied a rich bed of mint in the He sraightway found and indignant at what he supposed hb inhospitality in selling plain whiskey before when the me of brewing nectar was to easy of he dragged him forth to tho and pointing hb finger at tho he u 1 will yoo be good enough to say what that bf A bed of said tbe somewhat at tonbhed u And wfll yon please toll mo what b tbe uaeofitt dont exactly Vent tho old woman dries it aomeumes with tbe other The Virginian almost turned pale at tho enormity of tbe The whent crop of Scotland b excel other crops being and possibly On tho the United Kindom will thb year require smaller imports of grain than in ordinary The supplying power of Central Russia b not yet deter A Terrible Encounter with Bull From tha Toronto The new Provincial Crystal Palace ia situ ated ou the west of and b distant about one mile and a half from tho centra of he It occupies a high and cbmmand ng having an excellent view of the larbor and lake and being adjacent to the Grand Trunk and Northern it b Easily There are four grand north and the which faces the and b ap proached through an elegant 32 x 16 The walls are constructed in a great measure of obscured glajsa similar to that used in tbe Dublin Exhibition which also enters into the coropneitioo of the and tho circular windows in the transepts being of the same it serves the double purpose of diffusing a sof tened light throughout the excluding the glaring heat experienced thb quarter of the The remainder of root b of covered with which at a great distance may be aeon plbtoniag And do you mean to tell mo that yon dont know what a mint julip b F uNvIcept its something liko sage Sage lea Go right along to the get a bucket of loaf sugar and your heal The landlord and the stranger aooa made bb appearance with a handful of the dewy and then they brewei aud drank waa and Yesterday Reed the wall known was most terribly bitten and lacerated by fierce the property of a milk of the name of we Itoccurred in tho salt river lane in the low er part of tho just Yonng was walking towards the railroad Tbe dogs suddibly jumped on one srizing lim by tho calf of the and the other at tempting to catch him by the He tiad presence of mind suflicient to throw up ob arm iq defence of hb and the dog him by the tearing away the clothes and fleeh in a terrible Tbe other dog tore the flesh from hb severing an He then caught Young by the top of his head with hb and literally lore off the The other dog fastened hb fangs in hb and they had co com plotely worried and bitten that he almost exhausted and entirely overpowered and but for the timely assbtanee of a neigh would have been killed Tbe man attacked them with a an much difficulty in gclticg them tooaa from their Great excitement was created in tbe neigh borhood by the terrible and a crow of people assembled to hunt the dogs They were taken in charge and sent to overseer of the AND we b of the Mctbodbt persnasaonV who used to bold forth to outdoor andienera in thb was preaching once at from a text jahicb had some bearing on the David and Gulwth The old the bad some quaint and or iginal cf hb wasnt srirarf speak them Alluding to tbe probable cause for Davids heroic and hb readiness to engage in mortal combat willi tho he said my what da TOU suppose was the reason that David waa to mifbty willin to go out and fight Gulialh ifras it he wanted to hcrveGod Was because he had religion into him Vas it because he wanted to do good giner ally Til tell yon what he done it and thar aint no use nobodys denying it He vat trtttk after one of SauLs b not knowledga hat makes in happy ft ia the quality of ho Perfect knowledge nd it b conviction which makes us which absolutely saikfies and which cban s dead knowledge into MUST nivK BUS AN nev aliot a bird in my said some ona to hb who I never shot anything ia the shape of a bird but a which I killed with a when it fell into ibe riv Tbo structme tp upheld and braced firmly together by cast iron pfl the bone waa brought only to be ordered back Through the live long they brewed and drank one m two neighbors dropped who were partak aad Late in tbo night wore their orgraa kept En they made it bed tbe landlord and hb Virginia who had initiated him into the pleasant of mint were sworn and when tbe taller departed next Boniface exacted a pledge thai be aboaU atop on bb and slay aa long as be free of Tbe strangeA detained feiu longer than bo expected and waa tnenen aonuner before be came Riding up bUoia tbo be gave bone to an old negro who waa at tbe and at the same time inquired t Well bow b your master P Yandet hun aaSJ tbo my eye t know kill They wen shot with bird but got away before more effective weapons could bo A soon started in with rifles and and they will certainly bo kdkd aa soon Young b a svxght and one of tbe survivors of lha terrible Pennsvl vaoia We that one of tho dogs waa kiuu but tbe other A boy waa tbe first one to interfere in behalf of by shooting ona of tbe dogs with a searing the brute innsdea of both of Youngs arms are terribly and bo b also severely billea on tbe Loubvflle AM BT A DKAD Wo MAHB Napoleon cowardice of tae He baa forbidden tbe papers Parb trBI of tbo late which printed were on tbo frontier and not bo ciroalated J botrayal of woakneni and fear er aad was A writer gives the following advice to Should you find it many of joa undoubtedly to chastise your you will perform tbb affectionate duly with the soft end of tbe and not tbe are my b inflamed and painful Do you 1 ofany lemedyr at I did hot week witk a have it ASB rxi are lost ua what are yoo aaoat Kanly lo be P of course and vaa the to show your respect for in whatever gube it appears and your contempt for db boaesty and by whomsoever cxhib ajoaagerbrotbjerof the fatnoua b nominated to UN Miane egblatnm by tbe of Dett nepia aial taere n talk of adding lim Wasfabumaa ia Coagtesa next tho coaiee of one of oBreceai attucL w b rrporte4 to If God Almighty bad intended ero for anything but a he waa a long lino brmgtng K Tbb Uaadie aa it deanrnd to tbeattnctioBCofa   

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