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   Fond Du Lac Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1853, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               11 it il wfttb. It to tw i ibnton if that cllyi Iron Co., IIMrecently been Qwieral Mnimfsoiurliig Low ef tt the coritW nf Puriter atul Is in this clljr. which has operation .for right lo the new process having been secured to tkem New Tho elufrni-d' for tfee invention ire, that iron produced for twenty dullart per-ion Jew the paddled or iron, nnd that it worth ten dollars per Inn mme, on account of iu qual- ity) that greiiler quantity of iron is extracted (rum givfii HrtMiun'. of ore, than by the oli' processes, and that it h ihe onry prncets by wlucli pure, wrought Iron ean he produced. of the invention the iron ia denxtdyzed, by healing a mixture uf pulverizer! nro und con I in close so that-by the combustion lhe> coal, the ia-absorbed from the ore. and pmwd off in nn trri- iurmstate. The n-tidum in tnlten from the tubes and worked into balls weigh ing about 100 poundtt each. are taken to the trip hammer, by which they arc reduced to blooms. Twif tons of the iron nre now made pi.ir day, and it requires about iwn IOIIM of ore, and one ton and a hull' of eonl to pro duce one ton of (he wrought Thw iron is extracted und perfected by a tontiniious very simple in its and Vliert-nue is tobe more udHorm, end ultopi'tht-r tibperior to that made by oihur proctssfs by which the ore or iron n nst innii-riio two succoasife exBOturtiA in the before it can'be reduced to wrought Rail Road Record. he larb lor Mr. Clayton's resotmlona were tnfceu t" them. v j Many dartiooraitb SenMnrs are pOKfdlo tbo rigbt Treaty, and it is feared U will tint be ratified, Schuy. ler Livington, of the firm of Barclay Liviugton ottered yesterday W.- The post Mmtsier lo England will the Prrsident .cnlleetorahip of be ftrrt ii In Mr. Buthoiiiian nnd nf decliiilngi to Jfr; Dix. It is said that NetnnnlctHiiw tluiru will get the Consulate nt Liverpool, Mr Henry Veneylaa been nominated ai Consn) at Havre John W. Egfln Consul at Nansnu. PrenidetM Pi last- evening gave H -dinner lo Mr, Fillmore, und ihu latin Cabinet. Washinglnn, M-nrch I lib. left this P. M for Bal- 1. Dnwutmt1 Otmoefattn Utitori In It u Unvlnw, (m In iti aUcntlon fiwn lit tnnli.lll.ad. impolitic (Horn, nmjuitly culling iliiwn htiid. wlih Ttiu I he t tMnrbiirglt CJerman traveler informs Hev. Dr Phillips, ft missionary in North Africa, that bua discovered -u race the kingdom of limm-liara, thai their rvligioua ritet arid ore y fiimily, liu says; has among them ilio taw of iVJoso.', written nn purchoK.'iJt. mid allb- tigli they f tho Prophets they have none of in writings. Thuro urn yel vast unexplored tructa uf him) in Afi.ics, doubtless uiiinli ihiicd by ne- jjroen wlio'hnvfl never looked uputi face, of a white mini. When ndvoniti- rous iruvelrrs penetrute into tlteso re- fginos, much wrll be dixcoverud and timore, and will return Ui-morrow with Pieice. The fullowino; nominniifins wore 'soitt to the Senate to day by the Presidunt, and referred1 to the itpprapriatH corn- initli'i'l J. Bridge of lioaton, Apprat- birge ftir the Pnvitie Mr. Ciirr, Jiff eiver of Public monieajh In- diana, Jrise B. Clpmeiih, MurnHnll the eastern in place of Mr. Brown Washington, ''March 12. On racily y.eatefdti.y was quiet, owing to tht; nbaenco nt llie Pffs'ub.'tit, .Re re- lurni-d liist evening-. Sec'y Marcy l-bnt mine of the who have laith- lo aMuiikth and iiiteittat worbl; I NOUN BHUI.V. On SatuTday lust, a young Chipprwtiy Indtiin tow and shot ay Bear; Uefoin he tnid got him ecalpvil, liv fnund l.imswll in lite embrace of old Buiiii lifistftf, liis gun liia loniahntvk fust in iho hug andar his liluukct liis only wns his kiiilu. the siruggln fearful end doubtful; while the beast rrtxiinjr uwny brea.it unit p'ied his kniie; our hero con- quered at though wi'h tliu IOHS of the flesli of and nud one rib broken and nearly suiidcifd from ft is body. The jiiinr f.'llowHur- ind it hoped will recover; lio flffnerrec 'a pnniint nnd n kntghthooJ. Pinetjf, M nrc-li 4th AFTRAT IN Me- CuHttcli, the nuifd 'JVxan Hunger. had an encnunter at Urowu's dinner table, tu day witli aVVeit, lawyer from Mexico. Wext had tiiHiilu-d McOnlloch and flnalty threw a glttsa of in face, whereupon the Jinoclu'd Went down with a turn. bier, i> pile of dinner lee over liif hand, And him with a chair un- til waracrHMisly though not danger- ipjufcd. (N. Y. Dully fully performed ihcir dutivs in liia da- pnrtnii'iit will. hi> removed. President Fillmoio dues not .teoyo until Muiiduy.. Federal Appointments. March '.14. Clnytnn it'soluiiniis under tion in Senate. Musou is sjH'ukiiig on rhtm. The following tiomintitions re- ported us submitted to tliu Senate to- Mr.-Buchanan, Miniuter to England. Mr. Dix, to France. Mr. to Spain. Mr. Wise, "Central Amerk-B. Theodore Sedewick, nominated for Collector ut :Nuvv York. tSeimlor Duwns will probably- he U. 8. Judge. News from all Q miners. MBK-II JOih; this toreiioon, lad nn-med; Pollio JjHbati was in the brotmt, the wound ptMieiruting tlie n Imy named Joseph Ginder, Liiban ox- pirod immeilialely.- Grader fled, but has been urrwstod and commitleil to await'i lie verdict, of ll'.e Gonmers Jury llui Alexanitria niul the I'unimyiviinmii, tliis-. imjittrii Wlilch tho piil iluviewi ripply to tlie nut vtiry iliiltfi'Jng lo iho pruteudkrf'Iwtfli'i' nt'u smrty. The IVleniburji "Tlio RlplintotilrT Wl.ijr If fif tliu npiiitnii, iliiit in "If ilir uniintlti llicrt) Im'ti uwhil io [uirly. we Ciin unNiirp llial Mr.' tiyurgo tiiinilk'i'ii lOpi'M.ieiila but 1111 alum in tin- great (lrniiic.nil.io Tiiinily, ivtnt wii will lliikt bin irnyiilfdi urn by ninety uiiiB; tliut u lui uili-'t'lt In bu nil t'Xiniutiiil, Uu in Imiin- K'iiji (i8ii TJio I'ciiOHylvniihin Buys: "Tlit> rciiiiirks (if lliu Unimi, in ro'ntiirm to lliU wikl, lilitmiui'i1- Mugticiiic, --willl mn-Bly hit fn Foreign Mrl Finance. MK 'NrtrnJ affiiirt. Mr: Public BaHwaya CanaU MfV Mr. Indian tiffitira. Dfrtrict Corumbiai Mf- B" vl. rfiiscinibly ibnibl Hie ji.i.'rmatieiicy of nnr in- Dtituti'rine.. This CJmlis nnil-V.-iiiitals nru nut in bo  stem.1, nil llie mini: turn ol'lbo It. iiruiluuuH bfuiilifiit visioiK Inr pnor niiin Ibr jny, ulnl lln.'ii hinnr In-a liirn iintb ut into  nutiio ii by for A A CLAIM keeper of thrf Irving Wiitihmgtnii, Inis jircseiited n ctnini to Congn.'ss ilani- tige.H. He says tliiit SeuntDi- U, limn, ot Vermont, wan nnd diod ul his IIOIIML-nt smiil) (ins, nnd llmt, in couse- qii'ciiuu lli.-t'B'if, lit; lost a tnrjrt' ilii'.iiiinl ot Ho o-shs fir Public (tt'bt of the United "lutrs. Tin.-; whoUviinioutit ol'ihi- ili'l.t ni'tbo IJtiilril on tin; 1st i-fjan. SC5.131 OOd 13, ilio'iimca of tlir: i-ci.MiK uiul t r kept up I llent-ml in onr City nt nre .-umii-je luiMwiirU mn! nur virt Jim umny of Mil ;i wEU :l'i hi th.; J. W. i !..-.-is..ii, i hiVir Ulnl nlht-r CiVl.l'METCIKVtJlT f lime, lime. W Mitl I .f.h.'-'. Oil ,tl -t -Iir I'M- I n ''hi circulntuni. i Wnitt'vpr nmy Ive until of Mr. Dun i tils M u pitfirK'inn'i nHU U-cliiFi'V, nod: piil'liciilnrly iipnu (lunldjty, which' lie nintlo Iiii ntutlvj .-lie fliMVmtJW'iiiftCridni. Uin It't'tiiri-ii nro-fnU tif (ifiltitivory, dnutoup- liulnttilu wnilt.'fiidtliil ''lunnt l.iiqmiiiun" wlitel] lie wc.rh lifi' "Ml lint'I mid ltdrlli'll ubnllt 1 khiitl Jfrineh 18 in rr fclmnit nt innn At tn I'nriit 19 tii'the iubtciibtrt tn D LileVilro, htivo adiffif ilm eh W, Jhe e-i nf etnat is' Why don yon nttontl n writing Witt MI wilttin plttn M> Atkiimm and nnd the abstracted. Thi tht brood sf Ihe Iw'ttuni, unil fn'tt lu> Wu reod Jctttrt, J. Mv -JuiW opettinl a that d IRON B tor, IV Tbttail.su> Mttl fewk ii4uMt lliu oi' which uro us tollmvs: .Imivwry S 4it 1Slia. July Tuiitl ilclit of llu) I 7S K.llllll.lUHl IH) IS Public Ucbt of Itvid in n Gwrrrinn pnpci- n rnt'hl nf'lhu liiitiotnil tlclrt ot'the various Pi dol Wo give- in ihu itililf In-low of (ino lunnltftl milliitiiH niul IWIM-, ami und iho ig new in nailrr- lli Uirmriil linit iti rini Hi- for KrMn. I'Ulu-r Hin; is.1 T V Wit. for liiinl.lo 1 1 s. Nn. 1, wlu. AI ri'lull uvi'i- Hww )iffcw. m TVSU f.T Wlnirr; Cminda Club uti.l lUnrk iN-a Tu. wiili Nl -uoiniu.il al CK-IU- .Mmn-.mi flour cU'iu- Khit.rliig, ri'ii.uHin; tUKrfl I t'i V SI. I'.irk rtr.dly. IV- of hrU M 1S..VI. hut U ,M.-r .ntrj, far vhjr Priuir -IT r..r bu. ul 1 -T II llli.lK'l. New t ork Market Km VUUK, M m-h 14, "M. irnrkrl ANT tow frartw, rlafe1 eofe? r uiMftf Uuwdliia Hi, lit fnivl oMn. tdirtnt liy iwn fhHH on dull il hi vr .U-iiiiir In ItiN .-'if Mii-n-ofil.nl i. >J.-BI An.) H i> i.i.t tl i. I llir I'wi.l n> l-fiW.-l Of K'lllti ,VU Ml, W, rl.1 II- s> Will U-rt-k, MM IVh.l.iT NOOPV J. U. Burn, II, )k6i. HU 1.A1! CIHCI'tT CVI'KT Itary r. i TIIK H In III. vol UMI, UM Ihr ntV< uwtlWlit "W In U4n Utir.fm li'iinl, tfcat uH   

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