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   Kenosha Tribune and Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 5, 1858, Kenosha, Wisconsin                             tribune ft II r.tt.V.1 TIIUIIlUAr HOK.II-tU. of Mala Markot BtrooU, Oppo- Squire. J. A. UVTIH, Piioi'iiiBTOii, X. PRANK A J. A. MUTTS, TKUMS: To City 00 tad If piM in tiJfiinff M tiU. to to ttiv tttove All of In fur KubKrlptlon.. JOB P Jol, vitcuWJ HIM) prompt-it- Nt In.ln. n-i'l UlDluituul 1'rlnlliijc In CVIoreil Ink! i' "'1' i no; VOL. 19, __ ''i I i till; 'iu r. :-i I--.! >v '_ L' KATES ADTKRTISING One Square, ilx months. Two one -e-tchtulMcqaentlQMrtton. tWoSquAre, th'rtft Two ilx Two Squares, one year.................., One-fourth of a ..-'.if One-fourth of column, aix. months., Onc-fourtli of a column, one sot _S t 0 soa .12 00 .soo ..15 .SOW SO 00 One column, three 00 One column, one y cuvi I 60 00 THB Business JASO.V Ij S. It. 1'IJII.LII'M, II. I'. XCIIOI-T, tlvfiifj at biic.iHul Mh'Hor In ClMn. Mi.ln A.IIKS, fi'ltfi-Jtnl itoor i A rtwv. J. J. PKTTIT, lintirotft CittttpfvftU I'Uffrit ii. ituun, Xnyraur tfao-t   ,f............................WILLIIM DOTI.V. Annrtcnn HOCVO or poem, IiyWitUJiu PITT PALMER, ha one of moit of Euroimai crltfci to t-fUio production of tqualli-inKiti In ou DICKIIOIJT, fl'.ttrtn'J, itn't fJj U...J Jrr.1. It. T. tJj-sjSitmt Jtl Imt Mnnuf'U-tuftf.nn l-tor, tin Turk Urtrtt, wvit nt M ilo, J. V. iktr ttu-t to" f, i'ity Kr-t't. JJi.'-ijU. IdMk, Hui; t-fi au-J tvt Mt tliu to well ljr lii, Mml A. NM. t nlway-i luf ltlli-if itunu. Call f.f. .V. A. IIICOWN, A Mrllrlt WB-T-iNU-d. A o_l II. JIM-SUN. CfitnttWtr in C'Artn MI-'] Will attend butlfKH vt run id loliltvnrv, Mnln Slrvet. J. noOMTTMJ, M. U., f'fiifflft.) ftftiHifft titnttimt tvtttt tn im No. Ii Mnln Mlroul. ll-j-iUlvuuc two ilu'-m thu Tr-tmoul llou-m. U rnrttnn un< Ct-llol-it on J.ifo on fitvorvM'j t-jrim, Hco ndvortlieiiNiitj. TltlOIONT IIOL'SK, Ifunttyntttitiiyuif'jttf'tjonAtftvrimuh fcntlf', itii'l Km putilio ctu ott nt-'joino-l'iMytm J. Tt'KX Jt A. TtckTW, I'roprl 10 UIC. A. TAJIK, Witt ,t( OJtw ill Itl-i ra 1 cy Hd'l Turk at nil tiuiwl lu u-i. of thu I'uMk. iI6 o. it n't 'J' iur, fAimt nn'JL ImtUfUn la I'rcncIi.fJor'imn.Swouit nt OrMVvl Foun  ilowom of tha Eden I owtri, And I heir Ltnvci of living green, I Milan iruru Iho In th? itnlcti Of ttdan'-i virgin Uul wluiii ihv thw trustful hunrt mortal up-ill, In thu illrury thi flril-born t-snr To Hit irvmbllntf cntth I fell. j WKVCM that burnt o'er K world nccune-J Their work'of wriUh Imd tip-id, And thu Ark'-t lane And With tho wondroui of my brldul J hiidv their Urrnr cei-u-U', I wrnto oil the roll of thf dark corannul of jwtvco. Lik'j a pull nt ru-it on ft bruntE, Nlxfil'.-i ftiucrnl ttiatlow it-minx on Itcthl-ahern pUIni, Tholr lunvly riglli kupt: When I ll.i-.lMja on thtlr ilxht tho nornldi bright Of HIJAVVU'J rcdueraltii-: Ai morn of a Savior II Joy 1 Joy! to thu outcait, favor I dhow tv Iha lofty low Ou ihv uiijuit d-r-fceud; thw blind, whoio vnlnxporw-i roll In ami iv: Vccl my smile, tttu tiullu of ft 'Meiitt. Nnyt thu rt-jtr-ir nt tho wmtu by my urallo U qtnbrnccd, Ai tlia In of At Mum ft ho worm I And tol tha xay butterfly vrlnum. Tin a inourtH-r forlorn, tho pride Till I bid tho bright tho night from her dowrs An-J yotmif dny to hor nrim; And whuuUi-j rovwr. JKokn.Evu for hli lover, Atnl uliik.t to hli b-ilmy ropojv, I wrup the by thv Mphyr-fmuwil Iu LurlnlQi of ftinljor nud rote. from my tuntlncl itcop by Uio nlght-brood-e-J 1 Hutu ttlth'tinslumljcrloj-; n "On "Yes; though, half, an, hour, .ago. I vouldn't have folt mysolf-ia-iithoris-edjto; ay this i strove :to recall to mind' tho present lioro Imd been, 'any thing in hor Svbrds, r appearance whioli might-be construed nto a inauifdstation.of i'hich sho hold him.; think in reply he said, somewhat i; "You sp.oak.onigmatically, Sir. Staf- ord." i "Perhaps so; and, last said had bettor been lot't t present. Wo .will think no .'more', of you please." 'if. they ...bbthlre-- nninbd'silent.. As time ho then-said, "yoii vill excuse my abruptness. vill you accept iny hand? My heart is already, yours, as I think on more tliani >no occasion I havo betrayed to you.', i She answered'in a calm, sto'a'dy voice] hough tho twilight was not yet so deep is to oonoetil "ttio bright color which ariio to hoi- olieeks, brigh- or still, which flashed, 'up to her dark lazoloyos. :l "And you will be cbntcnt'.to be a vil-i ago school-master's r. "Why not? You possess industry, norgy, and perseverance, tliree quali-; ies which, when combined, rarely fail o keep want from the door." j "True, but'you have becu so long ac lustomcdto every '-'When I found that tho estate'bf mj inolo was to pass into.tlio hands'of..Ar emas I made up iny mind'to am my own living. Of ooursb, luxu- ios would havo to bo .dispe'iisod-Svith! t is truo that' my friend Mrs. Marsdcn invited.mo.to make hor houso mjj tome, as soon as slio'heard of my uncle's tcceaso, but the broad of dependence nust in every instance be.'more or "less Bitter, by ever so froe a and.1; "It is to Mrs. Marsden's .that you in- end going "Yes. I wrote in answer-to hor invi- ation, that I would spend three or-'ibuv vcpks with licr." i "And at the.end of that.time you had uado up your mind to depend on your own talents and industry for a-liveli- j "A dqcision.which'you.now .will not abide by." j "Why riot? If I marry a'poor hero is the more need that 1 shoudn't bo entirely'portionless.; I'claim a year's delay, and will mako tho most of i "1 shall not admitypnr friend the promised.visit, and then ve will bo married." j- "tTndor existing circuratonces )cars to me that so much' haste will, be ndisoreet." "Though' 1'havo it 'in my" power-to ponvinco you ipt confidcnco enough.in mo'nottoin- sist on my doing so till'.we.sititogbther >y o.ur own i "I have." i sfiol "Wiiero'sHall-oiir1 h'o'nio bo; 'Eleanor? I'-ir- i> '.'I cannot say-thatI-have, I can no longerr dwell 'b'ehenth '''the rbbf anc wan'der.im the and Ih al- loyed by.thc.prpsenop uncle. He kind A fatlieVj'could n'bt'have.b'c'e'u more "And'yet'-lio kn'bw'th'at'by neglec'liiij; .you-would Upon .-a ____ ..y-iiintocrtS'nie tliat tslibiild'-find niys'elfwhply proviflod-'forj andi.-waH'igoing. "oii.ito': .toll somethifip inqrpjvw.hpny1 looking. saw ..thai Imtot'ul standing .in "Pryiin.was'Snrltiey's agcn'tj1" J'" while. CdrkleV: was absent, from I i i .1 i v. 1 1 n. ij i >i t X tins country." i. you leave 'it v "I havo reasons for cau tlnnK of no >lacp. "What is the "That wo don't 'live hear cn'bugli to Artoniasj -himjoi'. a feelings ward him J .ojiglit to ohc'risli, should I bi'ten'sec liim-'in-my old'familinr "I should' be' as aver'se-'to liim as yon possibly can Ar ist'nnt1 hills old 'xpcctcfl fcxpeot to seo said Stailbrd, unloosed -the opened.on a :oi'r bomb' to'.' mo witliout  nly change'Sithe. the.conri- onanoe, but and aunt, with vhom I havo bbarded-sinco I became a I was the ate Mr. Hcrbert's.adopted son. I had lotibeai'd'pf his dea'th.w.heii'in'rst arrivj jhe ;property nto tho hands of Carkley, ,1 decided td pave, never.mprp.tp ind aitbre'd.lmy oiigHt.'to clination I felt to'rcitaftin.' 'So I Ippkp.d JTor some employment, aflbrd tortuf- mate: as; to- obtain tho -situation; of district school teacher.1'' you seen him1.'1. -arrived the -next ;day'aftei- you left, .but' fou'ridisuoh a' Serions'obsta'-. -taking'-possession. tato, that, after heaping upon me -many opprobrious epithets, and threatening to contest the will, ho took1'the'advice-of iis lawyer, and concluded'tb'let-the in at 'v wliich" had' at: the rpnt .'.entr'anpo; of .Eleari'pr's. old'.'h'onie.: 21sic' been'..the lipuse- score of. fa'cc 'with smiles; 'stoba'read'y. to, .wel- come them.. _ said' I the .orderin1; of, every thing have ibecri -.bettor ,'suitiid. I Arfco pose ;to '.well; at lite lighti'Slio.win' thatihois en.ofithisiliue like, the, good ar d> sensible man'.hG; is, h goes. makes a.-wjfo .of -her. to') be, ilia ,'mis ed to nip that she carried ail the" sun shine -with her, but now that both" 6 you haVb come, wi'lVbe can S'tai ford, liad'had. ]g n't 'haVe! Tioeh-bct'te suifedt Elsid, -tho-room stoppc'd open'ed-thoidooi and -for. hulf She theivipassecl-.ont v'' dobivb'ehin'd .tHbest tH 'w.iufrtiU -afto .IOT-J or, and a he should be Jiad: risen .Iron ei seated., Jjefor.e' th "How came you by inquired !Hcr bertv ii'u'ij yr.nu...il. found'iibi-ai-few, i.days f .Mr. it.': Bert. :Let rue sec it a said Her ..111; i. 'r bma rlc ed as h b I return it- to Elqa .ij i ilt, was tvitVii trembling hands that: El eanor opened it, for the the .itiiig .banded, ..Vr -r% i c's'late. nominal owner. You'Vill find thatiaii'.indome sufficient .to so- t-iypiity 'years .lias bfccirtriy Irouso h'a's-'falth'fuliy'Siifl'wbr. hily'performed-, the' duties) oi-Hcuatation. ;o rpmain. y'di iu' T bh-- t.Hn.l- hafit is'soi'h'ot'for thc's'akc-of-the 'which1 :iiow-might'Hvell be dispens- ed .teoaviae vas kind and considerate, >cen other.wise, I c.puld not h'avb'help eathiikiii'g'-tih'athc'.ad-trate'd'y'aii'-fritli njustice." .i.Jyil-.r n. s-.in'iu t plant is. ion iii 'Albany can-be, cdun'ted 'i THIS harvest nbb'ri oc'.citrk suceefssi've :ni'ght'6': at'-'ne'ai'ly'-'th6: same io'nr, being sage, iii ,a: dosci-iplion of' a .gymiiastic hall in'.Bostpn si. pleasure. thi se'erio ivhcii thp 'room'i's' '.well' tht apparatus'' -and1 thV-gymria'st passing round- fr6mllone'ipicce'of the ap variety to their exorcises, euch different .part. of. the body to 'take i.tS-M'Pi iy s th.e .agili ty, or the length o the leap, nor vaulting 'in 'cbntempla tingj1 th'is! mine' thereiis aideepeulpjeasu're be beboldiijg anyniere.cxibi tion o'f.stre'ngth, though emulate 'spring'iaids; and superior vigor to the a fortification against disease, and''t'o rehderitbi) body.imore '.impregn'ablor a Attacks. requires -inde.ec no. very ;stvong' ii.nagmatjpii W see th'c horrid' fo'rinsot the'dispasesthoiiisclvc's exorcised the bodies, their Ivip tims, and seek some nuiM ,j_ vaulting horse, lipw they, Jcick hereditar; Tliose swift spin n 'hii'd' deep breath iiigs, -ave' '.'ejecting' -asthma anfli ]5hthisio-iVomTtho .throat and lungs is h'nng up like a malefac a's'.'it impaled on thp'se parallel b'ars.- DyspiJp'sia'lost hole ofdtisi victim flj ing-horse, apd-ha.? never, sinc.e b.p.en abli to. regain hjs live by 'gnawing goes ne'rvous diswmpei-sj'-Ti'eaaaches theraitlioy s fa inilionairo, Or aristocratic .old M li'JII'xi j I Iv 'If'JlK il" f! Kucuijiatisrhs, and. cramps aiid spasms sit'cbiled' the corn- ors satanic: .as theyj.are; .of letes have shaken them olF, as t the lioi: shakes the and blijiar tlie'eyes of my 'fair rccliniiig; on 'ottomans' 'ill 'h'ei" lio'balancing-polp-'shalvb's'lumlia'go oiit ou'r. of.tlielfemor- Tho: of thei al.musclcsj.and'stitches'oitt of the side. Plcu'ijisy, and Hpoplb'xy, arid piratjrsis, and they [dolt into' the this'hall, but, finding' brain 'nnd lungs and'.'heart'! all defiartt in n quest, of -sojaei guzzling droiieyicr ,his their ipangs upoiv them'.. .the r.ose lie-p.alo .cheek >lpojhs gymnast; his shriveled .skin is'filled out, :mj.n-.qlastic the o.fiy.outli. .ought to. .-But .the'.theoryi-.Qfjgyninasti.cs', er scientific or plausible.-has rarely been carrio.cV.into .full1 and, .patient iexec.ution I'he is exr .inpb. as'.early'.'aV. i'803', schools we're estab- isli'e'd. aiijiv i Jahii instituted (in. ol- ver.loiinjjcf) ..pijp., iiu London .and oiie vas established 'saniu year'b'y 'Clipl'seay in the'-'-oyal ilitar' Iiv'asas Dr.-'Beck military' -asyluhi'.: iftrirwards thoihcinored ,in in i'xfy- ppund'Sjiis1 afeput'to bloqni''in" by-'MV.'Xirepy-H. 1 Stuart, wlio1 will' placre on'j bxr.ibition vhcu.in. full give.. the, (pro-! coeds' to" tlie Youiig 'Men's ChHstiah'As-i sociation. iii li'-.v v-; COMMON. E-LDBRi .iBuSH.r-T-TllO common, elder., bush is a thosd insectSi-thati aroi ;th.e. pests ofigardens.iind' orchards.- Experiments n England prove-. tha'titho leaves: of. the elder, scattered over cabbages; squashes The 'lairionted'iDr.'B'ollen .h'a'd'chai-go of gymnasia Cambridge in ;1 8.26. .Similar now cxisYih most of tli'o larger European! and American cities. Famiiyi the.Disagreement. j .-.The' 'London correspondent'.' of. ;tlie; Springfield oh the. 26th.of June, gives.th'o following oxpla-; uation-.of the: cucumbers and icther. plants s'ubj uct. to In :tho little >y-pla6ingA Upon thro' leaves; who cheese baits, .afe.w.drpps.ofhigtr y: sAnted rh1odium..poured ;pn; the jottom of a cage-trap, ;will .almost inva- riably attract- it full of We have mown with extraordinf ary" success.' a, trap baited' with manner' of :ediblPs' had failed' 'at- ;rao.t a' single oil bf-'rli odium aaso.di-.itj.tfii .crowded night ..after., until the ...house; was nibiesonie i .'XI'.JM..' aiii urij-e ofs'oap boiled 3Ut wliilp'b'oiHnSj .hot, nfallibly'dbs'trbys-the' bugs" eggs.; ''.I'" I out; of av rbbhi 'by ianging- up: a' bunch ;bf Plaht-iin 'or'Flea- wort'plantj; after disappear by nixing equal strong ch'cese and pondered' dovbur this m'i-irture' while it-is I- TALL REAPING -BT ONE 'c We are ..informed: ithat Mr.'XphnPelly.'whb ivoBi'soine lour prfive miles' dowuJithe i-'': named. tfachines, and' This' argo day's wor ;pld, The 3elf-Ralier'is said'-to.h'ave'dane lished'Wmoiith a'gb, and lull of mysteri-j ous allusions, has excited ,as much curi-, osity'ih' Am'eti6av 'The "facts dimly alluded' to About twenty-two., year.s married a. A'.ery..amiable! andrprptty girt parents opposed: the'match as'far behcatli'hory-and tbokj in F-urn-j ival'is.'Inn.' nFor. yearsithey ;lived. very, happily together but Mr. Dickens hav- ing become' a.greatiraanv courted, finds, felicityl is .nptjsp; great asi be _t desirpd.-T-' Tsvb'oi1'three.gears' gave a nerH'6 his" literary.'frien'ds arihi- versar-y. pfi his-wedding posing his wlve's, health he had never seen over her in his life...- This equanimity; of disposition doesnot.satisfy.hinri She. works h'orVand in inquires abstractedly'wtiatho meansby so ;the iprilliant.novelist.and: :acto'r; 'Sepr arates on .tho-guounbV. of -'-'incompatibili- fcpmrh.pr.iwhom.lieii'vowecl before Gpdjto Ipyp. and 'fbrith their! lives have'spperato., The 'oldest of Ji'as chosen :tb'. his the; affair'.still more notorious, lady, Mrs.1 Mr. f daugh tersi Th'p ''J Wiiat is' earth' sextbu? A'place ib'di graves.' A place t work is earth, grey-beard ?0 A.plac jtp old.. Wh'iit is earth; miser to di What is cavthj schoolboy'? ''.A plac play. ,A place to'b is earth, seamstress.1? :A plac where _ -rWhat'iisi earth; sluggardi? JA' goo {place tft; I W.hat.is earth, A placet TaisccUttle. "-Wh'at is earth, :soidier? A'plrice wlicr 'n'atidn's'battle.-' What is ,man-? ing .to me. What is earth, sailor ibme i the sea....... What statesman-? 'A plac to ?iI'U write ther, a namp. WtiatI is earth, nLonarch? For in realjii ti'4''gWbrn1.'' toi Heaven'.'-1 -IX New 'York the Bpstb 'JoiWndt of y.oung.men. J.oft city. i woirkto y.dunginau, aicapabl book-keeper; may., .be, .drajr, Itying.b .time 'sih'c'e1 tUo'pani have 'times' 'been 'hard !'fo moderate -means.: giveat our young out. "employ mpn wlip left good; 'glare 'ah teHJJJt'atibii 'them' jvish.-themsblvesat- home.! bu sinesg.is, e; i our. ci -w prki' liko a g'al an first scanty come to Kew YorJc and get employment A'llothPrs'liad Eriglaudiproduciosi.thi'eejiiobjpcts arc nipt.with but which, ii tliat, Island arc r.emarlcab'lb for tlioir niai tlie'' trc'cs aiid: the-horses'; --MoroverV: every plaei which raises a race o also, prett; What'is'the cause, of this cp inbidcnce'it strange-'bbrrcla'tidh' is'-not''tlie less real tho bestiiho.rsos.'of Easti of La of. ts blood p: .lib state :of 'ha- maid -attains hei iorfoptipn.of fbrmibyithcimost symmot- ;ial at Meck- enbu'rg you ,beliold the p: pjialanlx''of' ania- -th'c avenues-'of .tbi. eye carihbt fix itself witlv the as npunted. Xet a'y.bung'girl'araw upiici arlpi'ty grouped in a single picture, "ue three.marvelsiOf.Eiigland. the 10th ah n'fant of SI. in Ciilpepper Go.; on- tlip'next day, Jennie, ipr colored jiui'se, fourteen years old, exr The jV.ery (jxistence .of the nurse, ays Republican, sctim- :d bpiind up of Sh'b levcr'lcft'her-frbm the tiine: sho was ta- until the moment of her death, fiid hpuvs.after they lay roof, child.and nurse, si- eixt slccpei-s'.in' tlic'ii- coffin.beds. From he "moment the pliild'brcath'ed its last, he se'emo'd to lo'sb nil interest in things around b'ciycveri.her of trance up.tpjjLhc ipur of her death. When'asked willing to' she f'YbsY.'I iiive seen that child' in the Savior's arms, and too." hatii malrimonTal stancy, and has not enlarged tho circle A'caripet ina'cblnb YORK Kew fork Evening Post makes tho follbwin, It isia'-'noloriPus' fact '-that, '-in Now for instance, ainaii'of wealth )'r of .captivating'manners .and1 accom- is be thbrptighly.bad, may, so orig as' li'rf is'n'pt publicly" exposed "by be the courts of'la'wy' find iis ciroulntioh-in some circle's of what s .palled; tho imprpv.- id than.hindered by the. -report of his He niay be a libertine, may' vi- ilate everycbinmand; aifewlead- irs of "the faslupnablc, lay h'av.e .sppcial, private reasons their conduct) lib .js.'sure anipng h'Pif'.obsbquiona'devoteesf'pf 'receiving a welcome.- QOTJK.S- VI.CTQKIA ACOEPTING A ,ME- cii.vNic's English papers sta'to tliat Queoii'rVictbria lias accepted the oftbr tho residence of the 'Mayor -of; Leeds, on her that town in ..._ Fairbairn is al jnariufacturer 'of machinery for'woolen mebh'anib: infaet5i'and this'is'-probably the-'first time ihfthe. history 'of -England that reigning sovereign any but, nobles. It.is a nptab'lo. proof'pf the growing considera-i tion drawing'tpgeth'er of.moriarch'y.and', the; ;iEprms a point; of history in gebus j-irogress1 bf.Elizabeth, to the! Qas- tle.of bx-j popular abasement' '_ j The Philadelphia Press says.inat .the' (i'ditbr of 'the' "Wa'sliingtpn Union'! a'mess-bf pottage. If ho did, says Prentice, h'e'woitld cheat .y jmnu'. .atxf per. icMfc. fvurifififut art tn Kenotfta malcHitudulralilcmaUumfjrAdttrtMng. U K3- pauper in the poor house of Franklin County, Ohio has- 'fallen heir. Christy's Minstrels are .giving' mdrning exhibitions' im -St.: London, to veryi'fa'sHibnable' JSP" The hew. line 'of ..steamships G-alway, Ireland, recently' started, will shorten the, sea voyage.' across At-- lantic hours." _ number- of- immigrants ar- rived at New! York the pre'sent year, up" .to July .21 was during the .same" period las.t year the arrivals were 2'37. States a'hundred' arid''twenty-four "cbi-, leges and universities, with an aggre- gate number ofj-studentSogfj-fonrteen thousand; j ;tx; s ,1 .Atlantic .'-Telegraph irh'aye ,beefr involV-eS' the' loss' of a quarter of the According to Republican Mr... .th'e American tragedian, brilliant success in -having made during his theatrical campaien a. bout .v upon it vigorbualyjth'at Simoix'Camerou ot who opposition .to .the .administration to. its defeat iiris'QO: -v-'" a.-iohiT vt' _ .A company is engaged jn! min- ing for'gpld'ih Vermont' in tneteo! of a mountain 'Wott phester.-nearly nine; miles hasi- 'U a trust' recpraed in the'-Re-gisft'r's office ini .thb GrbsSe- Qo. of Jljj'is was. a. grand at imself ona-pcord in favor.of 'tue, whole: course-ofthejAdminiscration, tp.thp LecomptpnJCbflstitu'tipn...... -BOTH- OF ;WAS'HING- ..ns' aud.Bonapartes are united in tap person of .Madame vido'f egent' of tho Ho'unt Vern'ou Florida.' She' is the By; her marriaga- y.ithn Achille.-, Mura( ushe.ubecamei.the.- liccp-mjlaw. of JTappleonfthe First. t. 'JSSTTh'e'f ailing bis -abroad i is -.beginning n, New; -York, to in Depart-, mp'nt of labpr, aiid particularily. in .the semcel" Tc- "a'fif beginning t'o b'e carcc, and brmerly are employing" their .o'wa-! mis- thpu-..own ates. JS3F' A remarkable .phenomenon -was pv.ulop.ed. last., week, the farm, of lon.'.Johu G. Davis near MpntezumaV nd.'. .Two largo" have' bui-st orth from' the earth- where ntf the ;kiud and they. ontinnp.to throw pffi such. volumes of vatpr' that large. fields !in ;th'c' neighbor- been coverb'dVith' standing pls and bonds. :fl mattresses re being' 'JBritisli being interided'tp.'se'fire-th'e'Tiur- bso of-sleeping board ley are beds; ;tliey be used, as lUe-prcse'rvcra in the.iva- Wb'thiiik it would be a.gob'd'plan o' introduce 'them ih'tb'bui. IMR.C 'his might be the meahg'bf saving'niany' ivcS annually. l' r JSTThcre is now on o'xhibition.'-iit'tbe Juekingham akcn.fi'om tho'Australian1 mines, wuieH a solid virgin two feet four inches long, .ten inch- s broad and from.one to weighing no less tti an 1743 'ou'n- es; and valued at nth- this all nuggets over found -before ink into .r-The Statb-'of Chihuihua, .'oSlexibp, as granted'to two AihcricausiMcMari'- s and right to" construct-' a ail road -across that Taian e.wspapers think as: Soon a, por tical calm comes, r over tliat .country, iis road, .which will be trie ugh'fa're through to the Pacificjiind'the Veat-putlet of some'oftho- most -weal- f mines of gold, iron and) lead ;.Atprasent lere is-no safety there for.life or prpp; Two literary- ladies' were lately. vitnesscs in a trial. Onaof them hear- ng the usual question., ".Whatsis your ame? arid bow old are Burned to e'r compa'pion pnd said: do "hot like o tell ections to its being known bat I- don't rant it published in.aU. the newspapera." said the Mrs-j SM ,y, ell you 'You .have n'ce, tell-'them ybu'-'ddn't 'remember hen born; and all-.ybut'know f it is by he.arsay.V, The :rusel -took, nd.the.questipn. ,t "It'is the bpinion-bf tha'Supreme rieith'er Congress torial Government have power bit slavery but .that it xists.therp by .virtue pf the tates Senator DouglasVin'qnalifiedlyieh'dbr- es this the'Supreme -Court eitheriCongress noria.TerritoriarGoy- i it Tournat. igerice   

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