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   Weekly Wisconsin Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1856, Madison, Wisconsin                             ROJLJUA CAJKPJ2N A. LAW, ViiMitmr. SNTKB LAW, STJ-ft-B a'HEJNT QO in advance VOLUME 3, MADISON, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1856, NUMBER WEEKLY PATRIOT. I'meHiirr aj ititivji lluiol. UIII.V PATRIOT, One y  der the of Mr. J. C. PICKAHU, Principal, ind The number o pupilri U quite limited, ns might be expected dur- ing the opening term, but the of a sehoo lin been formed, and some caineit given of lutiiie chiiracter. We Icain that that is extreme. ty faxonible. Piekard ifl well adapted foi the petition, both by education and natural bias, is excellent ditciplinariac; devoted to tbc pro- fertalon he baft choicn; and intent on the mental training and development of thoio undei Ilia charge. Misi Kmrnon? is a lady of high cul- ture, and an experienced teacher, who but re- cently occupied a similar position, w P understand, in an eamern Seminary. Under the charge 01 these couipetent teachers, the Madison Female Seminary often to the pupil to of no other iltnilar iuslituiion in the and we truit that the people of Madison adjoining country will give it a cordial sup- Our Jotablnif Fncililltw Are unsurpassed. We arge Power jol'Unt; Press and a "Ho- ary" Card Prasv, bv which wo are enabled to SOuO curds per hour, and vastly cheapi't band press. Fun" 1'uir: I'tiU'ii Until yesterday we had remained in benighted ignorance of the fact chut thofc public benefac- tor, MLSIVU Jt LANSINU, had opened near the Post Office aptcndid Cigar Case, where a ua.ir on pnf lome of flavored clglr-) vie have In the u.eit. lhi v Il-Jlill tlvtt In India ftrnl l Uruifs llcrln, Uyu MiuTl. Clu inli. jit, Ac AgtDtl (urtlllnnviliiiblglMliml M-illflnn. A Infuo I'.ilnM.OIU. Variillhi-i, UUU. I'li.lC" linn IX. r.'hli-f and raii-y Alwcliolo k'.imily vl J. Umaniel'uiii._ K. A. Home, Carrlikin nnd llitrnuiTrlffl. conittnllr on li.rut. OlJ will' x'n MAIIII ol. J JmrjiMi of Ilii Walker l ,li( _ UMC A u v. W-Su I Vunln.lt'n'1 Illo'k. it JOHNSON'S I10TKL. H. K. JOIlKSOff. the Mich. Central H. R. Depot. jivu Lf.iDi.io OF run WESTERN FERiW BOAT DKTIIOIT. MtCHlfJAH. J. Kit, BOUSE SlfiHORXAMBSTAl DEUFl. "PAPER With Bpxntah, or Uoiacajiun, orhilf wtj bcl ThQ un counter. cnlrAnc.''il, QUky be A Or, editor fluitcil, or wnndorlng afar, Tm N'o. of tliiii popular Journal lifts been received in aUv.incc oflts publication day. Tho irnpioted and conndiiuh improving appearance ol' thy U a HullL-iunt guaranty that the next vol- ume will not be excelled in all tlul cousiitmcH u Agriciiliur.il Journal, by any simitar work in the Union. FonpRt SEINXER, by unremitting at- tention In behalf of the have already counteracted ttio effects of previous errors iu I ehnn can be printed on ilong youi Jotn The- Di.llF I'titriol fill been enlarged bur times since its commencement, and ii .he largtit Dallj in tin- atntc, and if our tiling frlendn ciowd u. in tbo future iu tho past, we be compelled to enlarge still wi.Jcr, longer and bigger. Xim-r mind, "O'liever intend to go behind tho I..HUK.I run Thi Patriot beinf: .in InnrinaJant Uemociatic I'api'i, is read In all un 1 of ceuno iathe'b meffimn for Owing to ..hi.-li to the mill which supplies pap.T, have some lime bcrn compi-lled tn n very infctior article of paper, which tor our j? well our readeri, ne hupe i-ill be rcmdied in a fen- days. 'From Kouf it I Sir. Allen Mncnab. We find in the New York papers, the .'i'hc Hamilton Spectator states that in following additional particulars to our consideration of the long and arduous sci- teU'grapluc report of the arrival of the S vices rendcicd to Canada, her Majesty has steamer Tinner, giving an account .'of expressed a desire of conferring a Baron- two battles between t.eu. ALKKB and the ctcy upon Sir Allen Napier JJaciVab. Sii Gi.ntemahans Allan once received a call at his home in 1 Gen. alker, finding the enemy advan- cing on Massaya, withdrew the small force 1 there, when the enemy, strong, en- teied and occupied Massayn. Gen. then left u miall force at Bufiiilo and Lake lluioii, Clmmplain St Cobourj nnd Petct-lioro, Erie and Oontario, Grand luiiiion, Grand Division, Section, Grand Section, Grand Section, Grand and Suruij, Oroat Line, Great Branch, Great C anch, London and Po.t Si- Montieal and Xew Yo'ls Ontatio, Simcoe, aijd Uvron, Ottawa and Fresr-oit, Port Dalhousii'anil Thotold, Total onfn li> 43 17 119 9-1 JO 91 229 SS 17 27 A SOMMEK'I Highland soldier, during thclxton'nge ot'Sclmttopol, had his arm ho wounded that it was about to I-a amputated, when Miis to bo delayed, ai nui sing tho arm ihe thought by cai't-ftil might be pioservcd. P.y her unremitting publiciitioii, tind can non- count a subscription i care this wa? accomplished and the poor lint by with nn addition of names soldier, on bcinp nskc'Uhat he felt toward of paying by nearly j only lnodo he of giving vent to his feelings, was by kiss- thereto, every nmil. We shall look upon the new rolmne to com- mence In January UB one which will reflect honor upon our State, and ciery Farmer will Imrc at any price, Mew AdrcriiicuicnU. D. S. JJCIIRIE, prcaenta compliments to hii friends and the public gsuorally. ia HOW re- ceiving his Knll eupply of Buoks and Stationery. By thc by Dcr.uti: in never behind in catering to thc Public taste. He ii an honorable dealer, and dtaerm auccctfo. hcc hie announcement, und then drop In. C'AsrtSTEK, Co., wi'h to eichango u brm IS miles from M.ullson, for Mcrchandiiic, A good chance. XKW relercnco to our column of new it will be accn that AtiAMli: AiiiMi, succeed the firm of Adams Wilson, in tho Hardware and Stove trade. If tho new firm follow in thc footsteps of their popular prcdeccBsors, the public nued no other uMiir.inco that they Hill have of thc bent in their line, und for at which none can complain. Thc fine display of stoves and other artiulea at County 1'uir by thin Establishment, will be long remembered by the citizens of thii Conn- ing her shadon as the parsed throtig-h nightly visit, iHilmnn J The Xcw Albany it fell on his pillow, tho ward ou her (K. N.) gives tbe officiu! majoi iiierf of all tbe Countiet ia Indinu.i except four, 35 follon i ForMillard, (Dem.) For Morton, (Rep. K. X.) Miibud'9 m.ijouty, The 7Vf'6wji.i thy other four Counties will in g'ority, to ovur Well done Indiana Lite Ktuopcnii advice? itnte that Mormonism is making such rapid progress in Denmark as to considerable alarm in the minds of religious and reflecting men. Petitions l.avo been bont in large numbers to tho asking tbnt Moiinons may bo from the more public practice of their ceremonies. CAS'CALIY. A child, lour years old, was burn- ed to death, on morning. It waa icft in They hnro also for sale the Wilder Fire Proof j elurge of an older chllj, who In playing with fusen, warrcMU'-'il Thief and Poirder Proof. A D. K. XOVKS retires frotn the editorial chair of the Vnraboo Jttpublic, and Mr. A. X. KcLLoau succeeds him. Sir. Noyea has nude the "Republic'' a "fixed fact" and we re- gret his change of occupation. Tbc now partners thus imrodneo tlicinncUM to their brethren of the Preis: To OCR Exciuxor.y, AND rite PKVH OCUK.U.- this early would our friend- ly exchanges, And trust they nill not lo.ok f f at us, if, young fl3 wc are, try to cut a in thin Our is limited, and close this the fire Ignittd a of Am ingi, from .which the little one's look fire. Vie have not learned the name of the family they are Iriih, and reside in the THE Onio DKIIP c p. The Cairo Dtlta, of the nays: Ohio U at a uland, with only 14 inches to Louis! i nothirjgat all to Cincin- Granada, and advanced towards Massaya men, and meeting the enemy on the near the city, repulsed them, driving them back to Mnssavu, where a buttle tonght, lasting until, midnight. At daylight n courier aruved fiom Grana- da, stating thai Guatcmalinns, and natives were besieging Gen. Walker, on receding this information, immediately marched to the relief of Granada, and auhed on the heights sur- rounding thu city, on the morning of the 13th, at 10 o'clock and .hiding the city barricaded bv the whole force of the cnc- my, he charged from their pois, mauders and all routing them from the city, with -great slaughter. Thu lews of the enemy was 100. Gen. Walkci's loss waa killed and 30 wounded. Walker would immediately march on Massaya arid llie highest i them and drove them capturing "their com- tlieir field pieces, and I.fdu. Ilis troops n ere in Tlio citizens of Grana- a held the Government buildings 22 hours against the of the enemy, and where vigoiously defending the place when Gen. alkcr arrived. Messrs. Lawless, Wheeler andFerguson, American citizens, who have had no con- nection itli all'airs, were mur- by the natives. MATCH 11 o'clock yesterday morning, the Match Factory of li. W. Pierce Co., on the hill, in the Sixth Ward, accidentally took fire, and, with most of its contents, was entirely destroyed. The alarm was imperfectly sounded, in the lower part ol the city, and the only companies on the ground were Engine Companies Nig. 1 and n, and the Hook and Ladder The engines exhausted all the cisterns in tho neighborhood, but could do little with 90 limited a supply of water. The loss on Canada from the hereditary head of the Scottish clan of MacXabe, who left hi. card "TiiE MACN-AB." Returning the the call, the Western chief was not to be outdone in style, so sent in his card "Tim There is another pleasant little tale about Sir Allan MacNab. He was once traveling by steamer, and, as luck would have it, WHS obliged to occupy a state-loom along with a certain full-blooded Yankee. Both gentlemen arose early in the morn- ing and, while Sir Allan was dressing, he was astounded to behold his inquisitive companion make thorough researches into his (Sir Allan's) well furnished dressing- case. Having completed his examination, he proceeded, while the chicftan lemained in petrified astonishment, coolly to select the tooth-brush, and therewith to bestow upon his long, yellow fangs an energetic scrubbing. Sir Allan said not a word, but "kept up a divil of a thinkin'." When Jonathan had concluded, tho old Scotch- man gravely finished washing himself, silently set the on the tioor, soaped one foot well, and, taking the tooth-brush, applied it vigorously to his toes and toe- nails. You dirty exclaimed the as- tonished Yankee, who had watched every motion, "what the mischief arc jou doiucr that said Sir Allan, coolly, That's the finish I always do that with Life Il- lustrated. COME TOO learn that since An Impatient Jmynan. An Arkansas correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune gives the following a authentic: 1 You are all fond of cracking jokes at the expense of Arkansas; now here i> one on your state, absolutely true. I got it from an eye-witnvsB: The district court in one of your north ern parishes was in the day of court; time, after dinner. Law- yeis and others had dined and were sittinj: out before the hotel, and a long; lank, un- sophisticated countryman and un- ceremoniously made himself one of 'em and remarked Gentlamen, I wish yov would go on with this court, for I want ti go left Bjtsy a looking "Ah suid one of the "and sir, what detains you at Why. said the countryman, I'n fotch here 113 a jury, and they say if I gi home they will have to jind tie, and moutn't do that as I live a good piece." What jury are yon on J' asked a law- yer. Yes, what jury I Grand or traverse jurvt" said the lawyer, "did the judge charge Well, said he, "the little fel- low that sits up in the puipit and kindet bosses it over the crowds, gin us a talk, but don't know whether he chargtd anv- thing." The woke np in a roar of laugh- ter, and the sheriff called court. A following anecdote of a pious Indian at "i armontli is related in Barber's Historical Collection of Massachusetts: "Being alone in the woods, he was attacked bv a number o! black snakes, who, according to their Xow Josiah, you've come too late. The Democratic party have concluded not lo take any more of that kind. It's too ex- pensive keeping (hem after they come in. We find the aboi e in the "Foul Dealer" of last week. It ib a specimen, of Forty Thief ism, showing its teeth. We men- tioned some weeks ago, that the worst en- emy James Buchanan has in this State, is Win. A Barstow, and we might have add- building, stock, in nearly on cd. thc tail of supplemental return mantv What ib acturors, school land swindlers and treas- nhich theie was no insurance, more sciibibly felt, the propri- etors, is the interruption in their business at this season of the year, and thc throw- ing out of employment of their fifty or sixty hands. We hope to see the hard- working, enterpiising piopiictors of this establishment all right again, in a few wcckn, and busy as aver. Success to them! Milwaukee Sentinel. SKIZURK OF WOKTII OF WATCHES BV THE CUBTOM-Hoi'Si: OfFlCEHS----As ADROIT THIEF tho Ilaui- burg steamer Borussin arrived on Friday, it was discovered by thc Custom-IIouse officers that one of thc passengers was in possession of K box of watches worth 000, which wore not entered on the mani- fest. This property was placed in the mate's room for safety until it could be sent to the public store. Presently a well dressed young fellow, not a passenger, was stopped by the gate-keeper, and interroga- ted as to the contents of a bulky parcel which he was conveying away. Not sat- isfying the official, he was detained and an examination made. Thc result waa, it was found that the stranger had made free to break into the mate's room, steal the prop- erty J and attempt to carry it away. He was handed over to the police, who took care of him for the Y. Tri- bune. nuti, where ptoplc.are performing aquatic feats by walking acroei to Kentucky nhore In two tocltM of III lull S. Vlll 13 Illllllull, IUIII IIIIS pisrty upon our lake not only be con- i r in the hope thit tho sequel will not prove to vincing, but positive proof of thc propriety of i beencaeh an our potltiuns, and the reasonableness and equity "four of our ctalmi) upon the Gcncrnl Government for ild In the Improvement of our and Riv- ers for the general protection of life and com- merce. The intelligence of our age nnd the claimf of tho West, must ind wilt overcome thc old fogy Idea, tlmt our inland com- merce li of no account; whott In fact It exceeds the export trade of our great nation. I think If our Roprc'cntathcs in Congreis could only liaic tho extreme pleasure of one d.n'u ride in our Hay, with ulrong gale nnd a heavy their opposition n ould nt leant chnngc to u con- viction of tho equity of our cluinn for protec- tion, mid for this your humble servant will ever M. M. WIIBOON. Stntiial. or annual state- ucnt of tho trade commerce of Cincinnati W just been published tho direction of Chamber of Commerce of that city. Thc opulation nlthin the corporation is about 170, value of the exports and imports or a forlca of years Is tbui ttatod: J'tfrtrj. CI.AZIKH, GILDER I-KTTKB9 k UOOH UAUK TO ORCEK T. Mu'lc Wit.. Ctnw NtululiK In nntl rlelic-l XAIX STREET, 1'L.WILI.K, MS. 1VM. I'rviirletcr. 1SJ3-61 1851-55 1355-50 Thejc arc thirty-two Iron foundrien In the city ind vicinity, many of which hnve machine altops jonuccted with them. employ upwards of 1 1 000 and the value of tht manufactured la There arf ilfO five Iron rollini; mllU In thc immediate vi- cinity, and at five points above, which have their In thc city. Thc total value of the Iron made by these eitablUbmo utn last year vr.in each. at the recent meeting of the Derti Agricultural Amociation, Sir K. B. Lyttot ilated that within last thrte yean, iadepend ently of the gum expended on ordinary manure? the farmers of Oreat Britain had laid out fire millions sterling In purchnte of guano, am that within tliu same period a million of fresl CICMS hud been brought into cultivation. tho suind J I '.ATWOJli'd would niftit- It I itronujt. Hir 1 jilry. nnil ilepirtmral llif iDUfiition w 11 tw to comull Hie comfort lid Good S'.nMo rtMnUru OiUcrt tf fitej. >rllh AIJKI'OSITUKV Ulil Imrtmn ku twrii M I. DCKHIKM MAUIW.N POOKITORV, W A fine at iiiuru prkM, li COLWJUJ, C01. Qf Judge McLean much fromth Injuries JUriUinocl by the upsetting of the omni bun, on the 20th ult.. near the toll gate at Clil ton, HID right ear nlniostcvu in two, an he was severely bruited about the head and neck It Is probable that the accident will him from bin official dutlea for A week or ten tJT George Ai uutrong, formerly editor o tht Uhlllcothe AdnrtlKr, a now the contraclo for building the State MOUM of .Sobraaka; In the City of Ouulut. contract b for THE tirst number of n new Xntion" has been rpceiu-il. It is neatli got up, eight l.irge pnges of good cading, Engiavlngn, etc., and furnished to single at per year, Messrs. Ciofut Jigelow, of Philadelphia. That it to be worthy of suppoi t is proved >y the fret, that Mr. S. 31. Bigeloiv, nnd the gift- d Authoress MM. E. D. E. K. Soutlmouh arc ic Editoi 9; Mid It ii their deiign to make the Nation" a model paper. Yontc brvir. LOAN. The fix per cent loan of one and n quarter million of dollars for tho Cnn.il enlargement, was awarded on th e IStli premium of 13.70. hist., at an average uildinp new pasocngcr depot of the X. T. CVntral tiailtoaii In Bumilo pro- gressing rapidly. It will one hundred and hirty feet iu Z3HT During the tho losses sustain- cd by and their cargoes between St. THE persons saved from the Toledo state that the Captain's object was to get up her anchors and beach her, as the last resoit, but the anchor chains got foul and they could not raise them or cut the chains before thc scams opened and the water came in so rapidly above and below, that the propeller settled to the bottom. Up to yesteulay some 12 or 13 bodies had been recovered that went down with thc Toledo. None were recognized, how- ever, except that of the 2d mate, whose name we could not Icaiu. The body of a lady has been found with a steerage ticket, representing her to be iv Mrs. Boughton. The cargo of the rropcller has been scat- tered along thc beach, and it h thought that will fully cover the value ol all that has been Louis and Orlemw imoantod to over TUB Scir.sTiric AMBIIICAS. This standard ouriml ol American Inventions, is, if possible cttfr than thu best. It should be In the handn f every Machinist and Mechanic. Thc new In- entions of the last few months !w c been very nnd many of them of vast importance o society and thc Scientific American lathe inly reliable and complete chronicler of all thai relates thereto. THE SciLF health, and vember, haa been received. Edvurd II. Dixon, M. C. id thc Editor, nhlch is sufficient In itself to ;ivo thc work a high reputation. It is published nonthly, at Xo. 103, Xastau St. Sew York, at II a year. The Scalpel has just commenced its ninth volume. _ FOWLIK Sec advertisement of their Periodicals. They are all printed on the bejt quality of paper with copper faced type, and are all thc Advertisement represents them. To clubs It.ici.iL' Ili-tKteto. Tu a space often days, ending last week, over bushels of wheat WUH purchased in Knun.-. This "cspoiilor of tho laws of abuses of Medicine, No- Tbc Legislature of Vermont, tare elected Mr. the prewnt incumbent, to the U. S. Senate for anoihnr trrm. AM AMI AN OLD VBSSKL Mr. Ilurdy Hitch, aged 81 years, assist ed 0 i years ago in making the sails of the barquo Maria, of New Bedford, Massachu- setts., which "was tho first vestol that raised the American llagiu the English Channel alter the revolution. A few days since Mr. Hitch was at woik in Fairhaven Village of SO the price Is for Monthlies. and SI for both i well known firm adver- tise to-day a tine variety of articles In their line. Give them u call, and you will be satisfied that Propeller thlpnrccks make but little difference with go thcad irho never allow thcmvelvt? to disappoint their long line of cus- tomers. Nsw BOABDI.SO Robt. Cox adver- tiiei a new Boarding House within a fow mm- walk of the Capitol. Mr. Cox has hereto- fore acted in the capacity of "mine and having ample accommodations and means to do justice to his guests, will no doubt give ample satisfaction to his patrons. (Mass.) on Maria. the of'thc some barque THE EDITOR OK THE LONDON TIMBS.- That mysterious personage, of whom eve- rybody has heard, but of whom so little is known, .the editor of the London is now in this country, lie arrived in the Niagara at Boston, on Saturday last, and has gone into Canada, but intends coming to >icw York in time to witness the greal nry thieves, which he had attached to him. uet it bo understood in Wisconsin, that Wm. A. Barstow and his friends will have :he exclusive car and confidence of James Duchanan, in case of his election, and the Electoial and Congressional nominee would be beaten by liill twelve thousand votes. Had the councils of Mr. Noonan and ;hoso democrats" who were iu favor of an lionest administration of onr State aflUirs prevailed, the School Fund would have been over two millions better otf than it is Treasury would not have been robbed of State would not bavo been asecpnd California in reputation this fall it would have given at least iwelve thousand democratic majority, and counted among the reliable demo- cratic, instead of amongst the doubtful States. The Forty have nearly ruined the democratic pai ty in this State, and tho State naked, and they now desire to take a tear at the nation. They could doubtless improve on Gatphinisin and iirdncrism if Mr. Buchanan would let Waukattia Co. Donocrat. EXTJIAORDINAIIV PnODCOT FROM CoAt. -Among the remarkable substances form- ed by the distillation of coal there is none which has attracted more notice than that know n as paraffino oil. This article may at length made a tight fold around his neck, and was endeavoring by this means to pro- duce stiangtilation and cause him to open his mouth. Thc Indian had been taught their custom, and was sufficiently sensible of the game which thc wily adversary was- playing. lie therefore opened his mouth with great self-possession, and as soon as the snake had inserted his black head with- in his jaws, he very wisely bit it off and spit it out. The rest of the snakes seeing the llowing blood and beholding their dean companion, speedily untwined their folds. and betook themselves to llight." CALIFORNIA GOLD HAS SOT RAISED riticES IN is estimated that in France alone, where specie is chiefly used currency, what are called tlie that is, the stiim, great and small, kept in reserve for usein ease of to xometking like pounds, sterling. That would be nearly 000 of dollars; so that all the" product ol a year from California would be button per cent, in addition to that amount, even if all went t-> Fiance alone. Even in Ire- land, depressed as the people have been, it is said that the hoards among thc small tnrmera, who live but poorly, arc very largo in the aggregate. If we think, in this view, of atf the countries bordering on the and Levant, where specie only is used, we can easily conceive that some time yet must elapse "before all that we can send cau amount to such a proportion as will materially disturb thc values that prevail thereat chvnti Magazine. A VALUABLE CONNECTION TO MILWAU- arrangement has been perfected between the citizens of Gsdena and the Milwaukee and Mississippi Kailroad Com- pany, by which the former are to build a be considered olefiant in a liquid state j railroad to intersect the Milwaukee .and and a voung French chem'i-t, M. Bcrthelot, I Mississippi road, at a point thirteen milet publicly announced in the Comptes west of Monroe, Wisconsin, to which point that he has succeeded in producing alcohol or pure spirit from olefiant gas. ,._ _._i_._. _i. _i- the Milwaukee and Missiasippi Company agrees to construct their road next season. ijm u okriiJb 11 gtta. ing to liis statement of the icsults of his arrangement complelet the southern experiments, when olefiant gas is shaken line of Milwaukee and Missmippi in a glast vessel with sulphuric acid and metallic mercury for a considera- tiine, it is absorbed on adding water and iistilling the mixture, alcohol is said to pass over, which, on examination, is found to bo biinple spirit of wine. It matters not from what substance the olefiant gas i% obtained, whether from alcohol or from coal gas, the result is the pure al- coholic spiiit. Whatever the economic value of this singular discovery may prove, it certainly furnishes a striking instance of the triumph of inductive science and chemical art. -A VULGAR travellers represent the Americans as a debilitated, degenerate and sickly race, and the non- sense is reiterated in this countiy by those who ought to know better. It is a little singu lur that such an enfeebled race should have accomplished moie physical labor in sub- j duing an entire continent in lebi> than two I centuiies than all the nations of Euiope struggle for the Presidency in November, i have effected for their own countries m ty We call the attention to the card of If r. Webstar. He is a good Sign of your mud und tnr a finished work- man, and always gives ample natltfaction. Cull on him. Out PICK-HE Advertisement of Maul Grimm. This firm can be relied upon to perform well any work ia their line, and we are pleated to Itar'n that they are crowded if ithcuj- lomen and muit soon enlarge their Thc Albany Northern Railroad, connecting Montreal and Boston the former place, costing" was sold, under foreclosure of the second for 'to the lien of the first for The second mortgage, wo believe, was JC3T Sidney Smith says the Anglo Sax- on race was 'madf.tVjr two rnanntacturc calico and steal land. Iris-li a legend, that when a cliikl smiles in Us sleep the angels are hovering over and wKispering to it. Pierce I'ungent thinks differently.' He cites the case of the poetic young Indy, who said, as her infant jiepliew smtlett: "Dear little cherubs are singing to it." "Non- sense Polly, it's not the cried the matter-of-fact mother. is said that thc demand for labor'in Ireland exceeds the an unusual and encouraging state of things. In thc south of .Ireland, laborers are get- ting two shilling sterling a fifty cents." _ ALL HBAD AS'D little girl de- scribes a snake as "a thing that'i a tail all the-way to fy .The reason why editors are so apt to have their manners they receive w many evil communications. The name of this great potentate in the newspaper woild is Delaine; and like ma- ny great potentate's in the history of na- tions, he has inherited his honors. The father Mr. Delaine was many years a sub- editor of the Times, and editor in chief of the London Morning Chronicle. Tho younger Delaine was educated at Cam- bridge, and eervcd'under father, while the latter was on the Times, and the father and son wore editors of the rival papers at the same time. There are now in this country thc-cditor in chief and two of the jrominent writers of the "leading jour- Mr. Lowe and Mr. Fillmorc. ACCIDENT FROM EHIEUEAL Tuesday evening last a colored girl living with Mr. Dixon was seriously burnt by the explosion of an ethereal oil lamp. The girl had fallen.asleep near the lamp, which accidcntly upsetting exploded, and from acr close proximity to it she" was instantly enveloped inflatncs. She immediately rushed into the street, at a moment, fortu- nately for her, that a gentleman, named Lewis Claggett, was passing in an omni- bus. _ He stopped the coach, and, taking off both rhis coats, clasped them around her, thus smothering the flames; not, however, in his work of hnmanity, without being badly, burnt himself. The clothes were almost entirely buint off the while her legs and body were badly scar- red, so milch so that it was thought she could not recover; but up to yesterday she had improved so fast as to be considered out of Patriot. Yankee, who went over to the mother.country some time ago, was asked how he liked   take a morning- after breakfast country: is so small that I WM afraid of walking off the edge." the same time. Physically, morally and nentally there is no more vigorous race than the "Americans on the face of the globe. They live as long, are as hardy well developed, can endure as great an imounti of fatigue, and accomplish :us much i alone, labor, mentally and physically, as any othci people.' ,They have peopled a continent tnd cultivated it til 1 it produces abundance, lave tiaversed it with raihcnds and tele- graphs, built up a commercial marine ;qual to the laigest, and established the seat constitutional government that over devised by man. AVo want no better eudenccsthan these of the vigor of their physical, or of the activity and strength ot .heir mental constitution. DISCOVERY is im- }rovement in engines for lifting water to rreat altitudes has been or is claimed to lave been made by a Massachusetts inven- ;or, an improvement which ould seem to 'ally realize the Marquis of Worcester's 100th proposition, i To discharge with the ordinary engine" one cubic foot of water at an altitude .of 100 feet would require six- ty-two hundred pounds. of. force through the whole stroke of piston having an area of one square foot.. The new itn provement accomplishes the" same result with a force of only ;ixty.-two pounds, the weight'of a cubic foot "of fresh This immense gain is obtained by lifting only the weight of thu water discharged at each the piston in the ordin- ary engines the weight ot' the whole col- umn the'discharged must be lifted at' every The improvement is not confined to lifting pumps, but can be ap- plied -to and generating of pressure. On, Monday city po- lice of Montreal, 0. E, seized %three hun- dred hundred" loaves, the" property of "five different? bakers'in'that which" were Sunder and djstribulad theni: to vafioua charitable institutions. and unites Milwaukee with Galena and Dubuqno, and is highly advantageous to all parties Ameri- can. OFFICERS OF TXE NORTH "WESTERN R. R. LAND Members ol the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin it Lake Superior R. R. Company, after a two day's session and seventeen ballots, elected the following officers II Weed, Oshkosh. Vice Ilaertel, Milwaukee. F Moore, Fond du Lac. B Bigclow, Necnah. Cliief C K Alton, Milwaukee. jlttomey-------P U Smith, Appleton. Sup. Land White, Madison. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. J II Weed, 11 Haeitcl, .1 I) Doty, Joseph Turner, Anson B'allard, AVm Scott, Alfred Lambersen. ADVICK civil to the wo man who bites the mds of her jjlovec. In a balloon, don't oppotite to u man wilh long legs. Take care of your pockcta when you go to Hall. The loan of a loan office is best left Tell a woman nothing but what you want to be told again. Those who live in glass houses had bet ter pull the blinds down. Before washing see that there a towel at ham'. If you have a lawyer for a next-door neighbor you had better not throw your weeds over into his MEMBEHS OK CO.NORESS TO RETURN MAIL are requested to state, for the information of members of Congress as well as postmasters, that thu cam ass bugs in which public documents are sent to mem- bers ot Congress are tho property of the Government, and should be returned as speedily as possible to the Washington post office. As many of these baga are la- belled to the address of members, some have supposed that they were to be retain- ed as their private In- Ulligencer. OF COURSE old stick days; 1 have seen women so delicate that they were afraid to ride, for fear of the horse running to sail, for fear the boa might to walk, for fear' the dew might 1 never saw'one" afraid to be married. Ssow IN summits o the Blue Hidgc in the highlands of Virgin ia, within sigtit'of the Alexandria Or ange Kaihoad, were, on the 18th, coverec with snow. The rain and hail- re giori were also quite copious. JHSrThe Rockfordr III., -Jtegiiter, esti mutes' the present season's wheat crop i Winnabago' couury at one million bushels and yet not oue-fiith of laud is in'cul Wealtk Gctat Britlaa. A very business like document it going ic rounds of the It it drawn p by a very careful and competent itor. and we hare no right to doubt or uspcct its accuracy. It to give n estimate of England's material wealth 's an estate, and represents the aggregate mount which would be arrived at if the fholc Kingdom was valued or appraised is a private estate upon the death .of iu linn, anil', too.ccw.wo ft cm c. t I .iluftctamt foode, MOM M.OUOM t.OMOOt 7M.OOOOM ortijcu a ptU for, foreign And public ]x U, botpiUU. p I'ury tlorei, UocW-rar. Certainly it would require a good deal of management and some judicious dirid- ng into Tots to find customer! for thit et- But tbe above we are assured nartet value at current prices. How THE FASNIE FISK AS A Whitney tells ut of an veiling chase which the'Fannie had for a arge buck near Peshtigo, about two rom shore, on her last trip down. The ace lasted about half an hour, the buck naking some splendid specimens of swim- ning, but thc boat finally drove him at ay, and he was hauled in with a pike pole, 'ho excitement on board was intense, of ourse, and cord wood in plenty was hurl- d at him with little effect. The most lamentable part of the affair emains to be told. A quarter of him wai eserved for thc editorial table, but torot vrctched man, who will go to a bad he dies, stole it at Alenomonce. SHORT butcher's wife wac sit- no; in a private box in Drury Lane, at   to the eastward, thc "in thit egion are on fire, and the air at some imcs is so dense with smoke that breath- ng is actually a difficult matter. We heard f considerable damage being done by the urning of hay, fences, out nd unless we get a rain soon, thc f the fire will prove more serious. Ihe   drunk ho was liarcl'ly able to articulate; "the fact 1 lot of my friends hate been butting liquor on the race to-day, and they've got me to bold the The bett and or an effect that we ever remember to jeard was one given by "one idea" Dutchman, in reply to a friend who re- narked. "Why, Hanr. you have the feminine cast of countenance I have ever seen." "O, the reply, "I know de reason for dat: my modtr "MM vo- man." ILLINOIS CISTBAL RAILROAD We stated tome ago that the tale of ands by the Illinois Central Kailroad Com- pany fo'r thc first two weeks of the pretent month were above half a million of Thc retult of tbe of October is i'or 8, an avenge of per acre. Tbe aggregate of tbe two weeks it speculator in Liverpool hat off- ered thc city authorities lot-0 per annum for tbe ute of the lamp potU, to pott' ad- vertising on. Tbe offer WH not Ac- cepted. JtSTA. clergyman wat once atked wheth- er thc members of church were united. Uc replied that they were perfectly united together. fT At a fair down catt, tbe reporter under the head of Domestic Arrangemevtsv gives the following hem: bed Com- Susan Thompson." BAT S. Fuk, Esq.. is now making to build another steamer for the Hay Shore trade. She will be about tias of the Fannie, aid it U to have her out early next (OUOB.   

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