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   Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - November 3, 1855, Madison, Wisconsin                             r TOT. VOLUME 2, MADISON, DANE COUNTY, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER MORNING, OCT. 27. S. 21. CAKHBNTER, THIKI> The 1VJ.VCK V I'ATliliJT will uvsry morning, HI buLLAiu.su 'i nr i nnniun In Wmtt to Siu'Mcribtra TWO uor.L auuuui lu ful- of A PIT Half a c ilunrj jier yeur, QuirdT Out (16 jwr y one luuntli, on'j Insertion, c.inU, our yuar, 03 80 00 20 00 10 00 6 00 1 00 1 00 6 00 lu le I iiotlcui iftir tin) reading mattur wll k> clurjul JO ixn- cent, abc.ro then- BOWK.V Si CHURCH. AND KKTAir. VvnlcM In Choice funlly tiruvorici. VrulUniKl Clyun In UIM.-IIICIII Illwk. MnilNon WUcoiisln. UVUOS W. 110W.K. CIIAS. CIll'UCH W.M. JCST1CK 01' TUB I'CACK, I'VRI.IC if CCl.V- ORks .it the Into icw uf W. N. Httfmour, orcr Siore. wlf. Mnilh >n, Sliiy Stli, 1855. fit. No! be put it into hia oWn poclcets, wbiah uo law him to JoJ and then sought to cover it up, so that no- body could detect it. This is the of the of- funse. Hud lie used the money for the public, the The Twelve LwcSiy Dervises. TRAIsSLATSD IROil TUU Funibcrs of devout dervisos jro np every to the larger cities of the Ottoman cmpiro. They iu-e ospueiaJJj' fund Con- stantinople, ..A year docs not in which they do not appear in this, city. Some come fioiu Persia, others from Aaia Minor, others again from liagrlntl and llcie they surround tkomsoh'c'j with a cloud of piety and poverty, and roinind the in- li.ibitants. o) Constantinople how noble is thoir calling, how groat tjieir purity and v'utuo, how exalted thoir holiness, beeauso they go clothed in rags about the streets of Constantinople hogging alms. In the year it happened thatgreat- i er crowds M. Coesrt ScRTCTOn. OiUcuIn tlii; Couil Homo. S. fi CO., UiMily-Mmlo A.C., i'-ilr- clilld'.i In kind, of R.-idy-miili! Cl King alrtot, ic, TUKAJDWAY, In Pry Hanlwurc, Gi'igorliM, MnH Cji'i, ,iinl KhvM, >Vc., Mnillwn. ami U. M. la Groceries anil I'rovMlons, nuirly Madi- son, llot'.l, Wisconsin. .TCI1X lor In Drurs. Clicinli. Cruccdcs, tc Milli' W.xk >n. S. In IlooVi, M itloncry ('.ipcr, BrU'MiVi lilock, KIIAY At STAKKS In Pry Clrnci.-rlci, HnnUore, Crockery lioitw mil Slno, b'arralng Tiwls Woudcn Warn ATWOOO OltTOX, Comivllnrt mul S'lllcilorj. llruvn'-i W. 9. M.itlbun, 3. V. ATW06I Attonwy k C'lunwllnr ut MmtU'in, Wheouitln. on Kmr, Nu. 3, f.sur Omy St irks' Stur Onico In all of Ilnr.lM.irc. Mills' now UIoc'x, WEKD ami KHKUHARU, In II niul .l HOOD WAIT. t'ornei s jr rj -it L MI, s. u. r Si 1MXNKY, iw, nnd In Chun- Oitlcu on Uow, ovtr KNAl'l" Attorn'Vii ami ConnwlloM it iui'1 In Chnn- tirv, Will nilenil t the clnluu, ulluih.r to tlirir JAI. >t. KNUWI.I.OX, i. n. n. r.. rnisK. A'.torn' eery, Killlorlul Oct. break tlio general monotony Unit reigns supremely horo, since tho election, I propose to put in'ft few words before I return. I not a little amused lo seo the Argus, glorification ever the Ohio Election, though I very niuan regret tlio ck-otion of tlint aivh ilomufjogno ami abolitionist, Clitwie. Tlio democrats woru perfectly mru of electing M'xMill, with ft lair prospect of mr.-ing tlioir whole ticket, until tho poisonous ami illimitable speech of the traitorous Hhunr.on echoed from tho of K.ins.ii to tho juuglvn of riondn nnd tho pino forests of Maine. Tho Km thorn xciitimeiit is natural I y pro-Deaiocr.icy, but ia excessively explosive on the nubjoct of slavery. The early elections show- ed too clearly tho nbjarntion of tlio fuuaticnl nnd pronoriptivc dootrinoa of Knoiv-Xotliingisin, nnd ft cordial return to tho support of Democratic and hail it not bccn for the open ami shameful nvottalof William Shannon, in furor of j slavery in Kansas, nnd tho Incl; of duty en tho j pnrt of the I'roiiilcnt to inst.intly him, tho Democracy would have swept Oliio at the ro- cent election, us well us every other State 13ut the inomcnt the sluveiy bomb shell of the Na- tional Administration bui st. it blew the Demo- cnui legions sky-high. And tho Dcnioc- rncy of Wisconsin hat a resolved thut tho tionnl well as save thn king) ntl- i ministration "is deserving the confidence of the I Democracy Tlie the effort to tnshive tho iroe soil of Kansus, is just on a pur Tlmrs.lny evening, tho largest ever seen in with the Democratic endorsement of lliu Lunntic this pluce at n musicul cntiituinment, and the Asyiuui, School limd plundering, taking illegal Concort warranted it. To those who like natutal fees, nnd lioldily picking the very "pin-IVuthcrs" singing, and w ho hive not acquired a t.-ixte for from the trc winy, et cetera, and so the operatic, whore men and women tutor their on to tho end of tho lust verse. It should bo re- voices to imitate" a fifo inside of a bass di uni, such mombercd, that the Democratic paper in Ohio, denounced the conduct of Shnn- yet thuy nre beaten by aomo in ijority, and what can vvo expect in Wisconsin, whoro the Duve Atehinbon mid his blood hounds of nnd welcome the traitorous SUvcocrut, Sh-inntm, to the love- fe.ista of Democracy Noio fiddled while Rome burning, so lot liuratow and his eoherls dan 'o while the Democracy aro buing consumed. Tho bust evidence I hive seen of tho utter hope- lessness of 13 irstowisin is the f ict th it his have been obliged to fill bank on tho testimony of thoir counsel lo prove that lJurstow is imio- oi'iit of (he iniquities of the Asylum Contract What wouM u jmymnn say and think of a crimi- nal on trial, who could introduce other testi- mony thin the assertion of counsel that lie was innocent! Tho Court would iciul such a, ,r own to the jury "sum ning up." Tho with porfuct propiiclv, not Turkjih faith. _ Htncoinenii of Hon. Harlow S. Orton aic pamdcJ to no hundred and fifty i His speech was interrupted by floods of instead of chineking it in his own pocUi't, ease would have been vviy 'I ho most accomplished rugues often full to cou- ccal their mibdemls, and Baiitow with -all his bonitcd shrewdness, has been cuught ia tho very not. Well, tho farmers) and laboring sell thoir grain tint! other uroducts of their Inhor, nnd piy tho hundreds of thoiismils dollara more gone in tho w.iy, but let tlicm be careful aud not got Beer-stowed again. TliB foot Hint the Barstow organs nre attempting to explain away thcso though with lies as black in Milton's Satan, is a good er crowds than usual, of these holy iruests omen for it shows that tho maple aro looking r> camo to Conntantinople. Tliey were well into things aud the Bars tow organs seem to that tho have forgotten that the people have sense enough tho moro fi o take tho and the uulaipoacliod and I dovoutj fo Nevurthe ess they cume in floods to Con- .stantinople, and several hundred were as- sembled thero at once. A ttuinger might suppose tliat they came to defend the city against a foreign The brotUerhod of Islam had arrived the first. So long ah the.se were alone they got along tolerably well, but nutters after- wards WOnt WOTaO. On n cot tain Sund-iy, Fissicne, the old- est of the company, ..ddicwed his us-scm- nndthc uuiuipeachcd and uniinpcauhablo evidence, in'preference to jockey lies. Tho more I witness (ho nefarious acts of Bar- stoiv and the balance, tho more ilia I convinced that our young State is in imminent peiil so long as thero is any possibility of their Arouse, citizens, and put thorn down as you would an aimed ging of bandit and marauders. S. D. C, IK their second t evening, the Iltitehinsons nohelp; the servants of Adzai took up the-sueeessor of Uss.xino, and Omar's word the living, and tho derviscs with I had great weight with his brethren, though K A inr ti n..   supposed to be a lineal descend-iut of iletkuseleh. More r thy for us; everything is cold. Ua.-eyou heard what has happened ut, Warna and Ilotlinza Have you heard how the franks oppose our belief? Are not the deniscs under the protection of God and his prophet Mahomet, who is angry with the Mussulmen of tho present day Do you not see how the Turks parado in pantaloons? Shall these things prosper? No, no, the Turkish faith is declining. "Listen iny brothers, niy deplorable com- panions, libten to me; we mubt soperate, one go hero, another there, to hock our livelihood. We will further and leave art! my figs; do you Though the Adzia repeated these words several times mockingly, and touched t'ie apparently de.nl man with his foot, it was in The dervise was dead, and remained dead, Harrisburg, Oct. 25th. j Great excitement was made here on Sa- turday by the attempt of a man from Vir- ginia, to kidnap a negro whom ho'claimed to be his slave, and take him to Virginia. Several of our citizens interfered and res- and neither rose- nor moved, At last thn Adz.ii began to bcseoch him to get and assured him that, no one should be toid the siory. The Adzia spent two hours, partly in threats that he would have him buried alive. All was fruitless. The dervise itill r m.iined stiff and stark, Hereupon the Adiui went out aud sent his servants into the room, with otders to make the dervi.se Constantinople behind us to the anger of) leave the place either by prayers or threats. God. The Muscovite will avenge us on the dwellois in Constantinople, and jopay them for their parsimony to UB and the in tho UarstOiv Lunatic's Orguj to show tlint lUrstow s nnoccnt of the design to swindle tho St ito out of half a million of dollars, ami retire on the proceeds The public ought to know, if they don't already, that Mr. Orton is tho feed counsel in tlio Asyluzt matter, and of courio it it to be expected hii uill go towards winning his case if ho can. Now, I frcelj admit the aiinly honor and .shrewdness of friend Orton, but at the aimo tiraa, lie, who are the ju- in th'n c.uc, must t ike his assertions as they would any other lawyer, toed by his client. Conventional ru'esof etiquet am such that The oth- per.sons, of both hcxo.s, we ever gather-' tears, which fell over his clucks. The o cd together, behaved with moie courteous1 cr del-vise's were moved by his address, politeness, or were more apnarently happy, melted into tears also. Only Omar tnri.ed I. II" I for tho black dull a d ico Cfe.un which we bought 'ill the change wns brought back, and might liund back the Wo remarked a colored Beau liiummel among the audience whose organ "of lang- uage" must have been large. In reply to a specified charge for an article of trifling value, he (-aid to the shiny-faced trades- woman: "Do you assume to tell :iin, da-da-dat da.t urticlo cxt unifies to dat iwyi m'l nl Irtw, -iml In "retained" Counsel II cxpuctol oil all occ 1110119 v. iniiwlu Wcliv llMtdooi ihu j'iui II Wls. to declare hu ulient innocent in legal M. V. GI KM AN, Wholesale Or.ic-r mil .M-rdi.uu, 131, Strict, .IlHnuii. S. I1OX.V DcM'r In Dry Civxl', Gtne'tfci, Crucki-ry, I'.wils n'ld Sh FarinliiK TunN, n Wnre, fce. MAU1SON BANK, No. 5, Block, Madison, Wis I. A. ATTUCK, Cnihlcr. S. A, I.OWU ,1'rcslcl-nt extreme waluutiou in dia crb.ckcr. -ILuck- K. 1'OX. Hi-t.ill Dcil-rln Jlinlwaf. Iron, HtMl, N.illi, Ote'S AsrlcnUur.il lliirtlcultiirnl Iia- ic., ot tlw IMilloik, Mii'liauu, Wl'. II. II. HAVKS, r-t ill l'cil''r In nry Ijut'cV B'oH f i, I'ansjli, lie., Union's Block, Mod- _ In QnM I Silver WaWli Silver Wire, G jl'l K.incy Aitlcha, xc.t fco., unikr Oupit.il M S. II TITUS, ARCHITECT CIVIL ENGINEER. ATJCKN Ui to nil klml< of living I'lain ami vllims, anil rlnf mlliiit the nctl'ia ut llull.l- of every '.iml i l.iylnjt ul cinn I'ulillo ntul prl- uroumli, yc. niut Ur.iwln0'i at (o oil who m ly rcry Kntlru sul.fi. din la thdr Offlcu No. 15, Thinl llrucn'u Dtoclt. Tif-Oor L. J. I'.irwcll Jnir DcViiUlu d I'.U'dlc. Wlllnmsuli, Abbott J. K Kui.lull, O Win. A. lUrstow. Wim on 5HIU ll'iplilrct, A. A. llml, I" VEKUEB. 1IOUSK, PORTAGE C1TV. BY C. t. CIIASDLUH. Vci-iltr. ThN houw l r plnl t tlil run r of that no ERASTUS T. KIXG. II-KUf, ix-c Milliter. OlMlnif. tinp''r-h'inxliw, ImHillon of nmrolc, Ku. Inoulri at II irlw u.: Sfjro ot S. H. Kox until 1-t of M.iy which Shup, next iloor lo tho Million, April tlom nUAHTH Jtt'03, In'lla cirpet, Ootton auU wool from S-l lo 1U-1 wlilo DOSAI.MOS TKKABWAVS parlance, he would bo to his trust, did he right or wrong. But tho fact th it B.iritow relic? on tlw statement of iiis coun- that considers his c iso Let tho (.oople, witho-.t lofeiciice to party, work, WORK, WORIC, incessantly from this till the closing "f the polls, and put iluwn thegie.i- c-jtanemiou they over hud. Whuno1 arc told that liaisitotv in innocent o connected with the Asylum contract, let them uhy did ucto the repeal of thai con- when his own fnc-nds were forced to admit tho rascalities covered up under t.' Such a question will bo a poser and put any uimtic to flight. Another indication of thcdownfill of Hiii, is the fact that the Argus his been forced [I say forced, because it never would, only under lit "pressure of to attempt an explanation of tint Tho Argus snys the SCOO "taken" under that head was in virtue of i law which it so-yi was ;io( repealed (thought it repealed) "to defray tho contingent cxpcns- of the Executive office." Now, to s ty nothing of tho (hot that the Legislature gave the govei nor 81000 for his Private Secreiary insicad of i-600 as before, and raised his coniingont fund, fion under his predecessor to for him- iclf, it would si'om that his Excellency's "cou- tf ngont" expenses were pretty well provided fur. Tho entire contingent expenses of the govoinor were provided for in tho law repealing the law, which the Argus Affirm-) is not repe tied. But Aero is mother fact vrlilch the Argus cannot con- er cover up. The same law (sec. 8) which Argus quotes, makes it tho duty of the gov- ernor "to render to the legislature an AXXU.VL Sl'ATEMENI'otfaecxpcnditurefrom tliitfuml." So s iy> the law and yet it is not pretended that any other "statement" was ever "rendered" than tlio mystic So the Gov. thought it w-is repealed, or why did he not comply with its provisions What of a "statement of expenditure" is the sotting in jiutnposi- ion to The report from' tho Depart. tin-own no light on tlio subject, and I will lofy all tho Aslrologori in Cbriiten'dom to A Sixcur.Ait were shown hi.s eyes around him as if ho had not yet lost all hope. not, my brethren, fear not, began Omar, "1 ,iin my the youngest, and on that account the wise of any among you. Will you per- mit me to fepo.ik They all answered "I If it be so tain yourselves. continued are Omar, not yet lost! There aie yet true Turks in Constantino- ple it is n t hue that they aro ail turned F.4nks. Have you not teen that whole troops of duvvioes have lime, and on Saturday, by Col. Ogle, of this since the saints aro so wnne.'oiw in Con- a small cop er tobacco-box, about two by btantinople, they lose their importance, no ix history of this box is in- one heeds them. This is the tiuerea-on. Lut us not fools. My advice, if it is foresting. When William Penn firat be- cued the negro and had the KJnapper ar- reated and bound over. The man profess- ed to be acting under tho laws of Congress. Phi'adelphia, Oct. 26. In the District Court to-day Messrs. Meredith and Gilj in again applied for per- mission to read a petition from Pussinore Williamson, but Judge Kane refined to hear it, unless would first purge himself fioui contain )t. Vl'ter considerable discussion, tho Judge filially granted the respondent's leave to argue the question whether the Court should hear a petitition in favor of his idease from a prisoner in contempt. Gi'.piii opened the argument for crushing it out by the necessary by foroe of .al they won the. I ____ They injured tLe cause they espoused, woa from the more sober and thinkinjfportion of man- kind, tho epprobious cojnonreo of ftmrtfo" i True (Jcmocracy of course was to as a pirty, for they carried to ballijt that" muld eei taiuly founder in a Both parlies prcehiaect Slsvcry, ttndt both denounced NYiw the damoeratio tidmiiilstralion. the Anti-Slavery party av kbolitiomitl, they cot desiro to aiohsh anythirif. mocracy Wisconsin in Statetottren-: tioa passed tte fuUowioj :whieh new embody the true and real democratic sentiareat of the people: Ressh-ed, That ire ftrecppcsed to the erteaiion' of SI ivory into Territory now Resolved, That we opposed sbu of any new Stites into the Union, the Con- stitution or laws of which, create or sunuui slav- ery. Resolved, That all national laws trlucli BOIX' tain or recognize Slavery, except >here in- stttutlon exists as a distinct State right, thould be ropeaK-d. Resolved, That ire believe it to be ,IutT of' Congress to incorporate the proviwons of ordinance of 17S7, prohibiting Slavery or Intel- untary Servitude, into nil Territorial dels, hereafter to bo passed, and ta oppose the- admission into the Union, ef 1107 new States. Gov. Barstcw himself approved titese rtfoltK tiona in the following words Jt cliccrfully and unequivocally state, tilt in favor of tuu set fortU in these lutioua. I bcliL-vc tlieci to contain principles which should at all times govern the action of the democratic party, nnd am ready AT ALE. to -advocate and sast.ua tlicm with whatever abiU; ity or I may possess, cither ijffieiil ot. otherwise. Whea we compare thb letter witli his prwent position on a pro-slivery platform; and when com; are his Mi'mc Law letter to H. D. Barren, with his present poa'.tion'as a WhUiy caudiJatc; and when we consider his K. X. letter to Pratt, which it is s vid he sent by the hand of Lockwood, with his welltnowu sentiments towards that order. what must be the convictions of any honest in to tlie honesty of Wm. A. Barstow. upon any question The National democracy thea anti-slavery; But tiie servants effected nothing, and things remained t e same in the Adzui'g room till twilight. As it began tu grow dark, the Adzai ordered the servants to carry the dervise to the burial pluco and him there. Tho j nnd was followed by Jleredith. The argu- the stale democracy then was anti-slavery, Bar- waited for order, but what have him i nienl will bo continued till to-morrow morn- stow then was anti-slavery; but now the whola picture changeJ, and we find tho foltcvving puMgraph in the organ oftlio Washington Union: Tho administration has lost no opportunity to manifest its opposition to abolitionism i.i all v, i f i shapes, aud to Jo v its assaults iu TV hitever man- Icncoy, and Coniuioufoi-t k-ad been put j nel.'m ldo. ,rhe A-lb.lny Atllls docs not now aup. port the adminUcraticH aud fur the very i.itis.'kc- tory re.iben that the administration has no p.ithy with nbolitionUts and dtoires non-j. We stand now precisely v.here the democracy stood in IS 10 and it is owing to shameful dcs.r- of principle and a shameful avowal of pelf, acy are routed this fall. Wo democratic defeat if victory EJUit up and hurried him out. But what have they been doing to the dervise in the moan- pricked him with needles, tliey pinched him, tickled him 011 his groat toe, slapped him with with the palms of; their hands, all which the dervibO suffered like a martyr, for the glory of his brother- hood, for they would have lost much of .he and consideration of the woild if New Orleans, Oct. 26th. from Mexico report that Ucn. Alvaien, to his advanced rears und feeble health, had n signed the iu his place. Tloston, Oct. 25th. RESKJXAT.IOX or Gr.x. fol- lowing is tho Intent news bv the he betrayed them. The servants announced to him the threats to btny him. if ho did not confess his cheat] '-P'16 Condon Daily Xcws we believe and get up. When they saw at last that! there is. no doubt but that Gen. Simpson has all they snid nnd did was in vain, they dug I resigned his command in the Crimea, and a grave and threw the in it. 'aas recommended Gen. Eyre as his "Lo die, then, if you are to fond of counterfeiting the dea said the and 10turned home. "Now I am thought the dervise; the settlement ol Phi adoljhia, he gave jigioeablo to you, is this: To-morrow is j "when all is quiet 1 will get up out of this it to an Indian Chief, as a The Friday; I will stretch myself out btiil', sud I dust, but L must lie here till towards uiid- iver the people box then was porleully after-1 repioscnt myself dead you will then curry of, the frauds wards, it was procured from the Indians! mu into the middle of the street which leads by a white man, and then it was discovered to the great mosque, you cover UIB to be rudely can-nil all over. One part with .1 thin .shroud' and lay ir.o on a bo ,rd. it represents I'cnn tieating with the Indi- ans, and the figures oP Indians aro scatter ed in many places. The carving has evi- dently been done with a sharp cuts seem to be bcralched out. It is a liv- ing illustration of the artistic bkill of the aborigines. The box has been in jpossefsion of the family of Col. Ogle for over on hundred Haute Express. Ax U.NKXVKCTUD of the tendency of temperance orators to sot forward themselves us previous examples of the blighting effects of drink, an cxc'.iaugc Four of you will to watch me, and weep ovc: me. If any of the passert by ask you the reason of your sorrow, you will suy that one of the brothcihood is> dead, and you have not so muon as will bury him in the manner piosciibpd by our law. No one will be so h.ird-licartud as not to have compassion at thj sig t of a dead body. In this way ws shall collect money ostensibly for tho funeral. Cou.sUn- tinoplc is a place and has many mohqucs, and there can take our turns, ag'.eeablc loyou are twelve of us who If Uod will. Js thii. My friends, three months ago T signed the of h.imU and approv- ing che rs) in a month afte. wards, my fi lends, I had u sovereign in my a thing I never had and loud cheers) in another month, my friends, I had a good coat on my bucit, a thing I nov- ur had boforo and clapping of hands night." To get out of the grave was not a verv dif- ficult matter for him, the Turks cover their dead but lightly. Who would have thought that the haul case of iho durvi.se would out and so much deceit audhypoctisy have a good ending. Toward midnight Usseine heard a iioiso ho thought his companions had eome to take him out. lie raised his head, anc what did ho sec more than twenty rob bi'i'ii ing hisg'-ave will stop heio." raid the leader; here near this fresh grave we shall bo the secure." Tho others assented, and spreading out tuoir cloaks, seated themselves to divide thoir troaoy and stolen goods. "The eye is giccdy when the cake is cull ing, the cr. The Government, however, has not de- cidea to accept Gen. rfimpson'a resignation. Boston. Oct. 26th. Tho French Consul Pubhli-hes a card, reminding our merchants of the risk they be bought by bending tho knee to a pro slavery 33ue is slavccracy or i 1833 Govledill was elected in OUU, OTW two otUep Plurallty of built ships Xow he is beaten by and is in this port, unless the French regulations on the subject are literally complied with. Additional Items by tlie Steamer TO.OOO. Such ore of the of a pro-slavery administration that cndonvon to force tlie noi th into an endorsement ef iu Wisconbin will fullow. ISoiubarUaHc-ut vf The allied fleet, which, according to the last news, sailed on a secret expedition from Sebabtopol, anchored off on the 8th of October. P, inoe Gort- schakoif reports that the force consist j of eiht frhib of the lino, 27 steamers and morning, about 7 o'clock, tho large Planing .factory of Campbell i Bniih, and the dwelling of Mr. McConcell were burned to tho ground, 'i'hc Icsscannut bo far from 000. he Bclolt Journal is to be ealarged, ind brought out ia n. new provei b and so the robbers kept crying out At.d they ansAC.od with. voice "Br Afcrim, it it good Oinar! AVho would have thought tliat out of suck ;i lis..d io iimong each other, one '-That for Und much wisdom another, "no, 1 will have that. "But you shall not bo cried Us-' Hallo! see how the hrave robbers sc.-.ni- boine gaily? "I will be tho iirst, I am the per, as Usseino stretched his hand out of oldest, and then the otheia can follow iu I eriodout: thoir sucecsbion." "Yes, that is right, the oldest shall bo assented the others. much louder) a fortnight after that, my The dervises could hardly wait patiently friends, I bought a The audience] for tho.next day. lu-iday. When the hour was goina to ehcor hero, but stopped and drew near at which the Turks go to the AX VIM. 'Jl inilolow, i Anvils, WHOLESALE Furniture Establishment, BUCKLEY BANCROFT, Corner Etach and Lincoln filreeti, ovjRTHr. RAII.KOAD rmttbum utror, BOSTON, MASS. -I-rr VY DBAUiKS nil Iho moil whloh ilicr uro Inw ull ji.iruof tin Unlt AiurrhM nml tho IslnmlJ of Hie 1'nclOc. Also, Mniiuf.ictnnni n chu KUKNITUHB, iwU wlilcli l> demntnl front mil facllltle. uti: they can makwliifur of where to tlwia. (ttnil.ilh. M. rOOTK-kw taut a W WWW looked nerious. You continued the speaker, "why 1 bought a coffin. Well, my friends, I bought the coffin because, 1 felt pretty certain tliat if I kopt the pledge another fortnight I should want mcnning. Tl.o Legislature was nt n loss to Ictormino whiit'klnilaf'it disbursement camo un- ler tlio goncriil of Not it momlier   new tricki j ou SUICIDE Hyde, of Heaver Diini. who has been i-putined in the County House for' about two months, b- cause 'of insanity produced by the spirit- i-iipping excitement, co.uniited suicide by hanging herself''with, a sillc handkerchief. She made a regular hangman's knot, so as to slip easily. She was 41} years of ago, nnd hi.d a number of respectable relations in lieavor'Dain. NOT 'or pris- oners in the Cincinnati jail, held an clecHon among themselves on election' day. They .numbered' 351'and'voted as.follows: Chase Mcdilf, 2. upon bei' g'informci was of the' fallacy of the, mosque, the deri'ihes took up t c board on which their elder brother was already stretched out, and went with it into the middle of the street leading to the mosque St Sophia. One winked to the othur, and then thoy began to Veep They had not long indulged in the loud ex- pression of their grief, when Adzia, a worshiper, noted for his 'piety, stood before them.' '-He will give thought the dervibes. ,Uut the hypocritical'dervis- es were soon convi that' men are very often while they''are 'trying to de- coivo, other's. What trouble has befallen you, servants of the Prophe'ts? do not ask, dearost" Adzai, our bless- ed Usscine has died to-day. _llo was a brave, honorable, and holy (and the eldest of our number. Wo poor biethren havo noftha moans to piy the last honors ta our older; we 'have nothing wherewith to bury him, if t-omo otto does not caro for ins soul. It is a pious-work to bury any dead, but how much sanctity." ancestors have done many ous works, aud I will do the said the Adzai. -Do not, grieve go home, it shall be my caro to bury him." 5o saying. hcTgave two servants w.ho at- the keys of bis dwelling, with orders to carry thither the dead body, and lock it in a then return immedi- ately to .the mos'q'vto.' "A'ndf when' 'we are called from the'minaret we mirbury he added. tVthe four dorvisos when thoy heard these- if all Constantinople f- toriiiBg round Uafr'there ,WM ,j r ,.7; "And what is for This unexpected voice sounded to the frightened lobbers like thunder, they did one other vessel. No news of the bombard- ment had been received up to the latest datos, but was expected immediately. since the destruction of the corn in Sea of Azoff has formed the chief, if not the solo men s of support of S. I. Eosc, of for tho State Scnats. JL'cavcr Dam, Items from tho Superior Chronicle. G aro said to benumcr- olls 'n vicinitv, and in fine the Kussiun army in tho Crimea. oil of war. ItCBSi.lS LOSSL'3. Tho Tnvalide n detailed ac- count of the of (he llussian garri-j !-on on the 8th of September, as follows: of fun for ram-rod and Ssh-rcd. CKVSCU notice on tha pier a fine large church bell, directed t-> Mr.' Kly, of Superior City. We uninform-" ed as to its destiry: but the sound of tha chuivii goiiij? bell" would fall ploasantlj- not take time to put on their i Killed, wounded. "emivi goiiiS e vrou a poasamy onlyshouted: ions, 1.205; missing, our people, and carry many llun who can." Our dervise did not neglect to make use ot this fortunate accident. lie ran to the end of the graveyard almost naked, as ho had been buried. As he turned about he found the brotherhood, the other eleven der- vises, who had come to reclaim him. and who had witnessed tho whole scene, and now tlu divided out among themselves the robbers' booty, with tho clothes they had 1 ft behind them. Tlio robbeis meantime sentone of'thebold- est of their number back with orders to look about carefully; but not'to enter the. grave- yard. The messenger heard a sound 'of many Voices, and crept', hH.f da'ad, to'his comrades. "Dear ho could hurd- ly speak from his deadly tear, ho is no longer is a great uiultiludo with him, all tho departed souls have as- sembled there. Each dei-vise took off as much as ho cou-d carry; arrived at their inn, they thank- ed All.ih for such a great favor, and that he had not left his faithful sons in their need. Thuy all ki.-sed tho feot of thoi'vldtT and benefactor. Who .was so joyful as young Omar, not so much over the woalth he had gained, as because ho was Tho sumo journal states that the Russian? lo t mon on tho tenth of August, and men per day every day up to Sept 5. Thus it would appear that the losses of tho garrison for the last three weeks of the siege amounted to men, j irrespectively of disease. ADVANCl! 01 TUB AH.IC3 UPOS PEREKOP. A despatch from Prince UprtschaVoff. da.tcd Oct. 0, received at St. Petersburg, stotcs that tho Allies had advanced from jjuputoriu, threatening Perekon, but hail .retired on meeting the advancer posts of the a thought cabtvrard, if not upward." LAEOKEI.S hundred la- hoiers are vision of tho Point Douglas and St. Louis' lliver Military the contractor. Twenty-six j month, and board, will- be WELCOME tho borders of our-sireamira rpretty-ltttja: Hutsian left the-'iHussians were thrown-intodisaHICrr flowcr, just earning iiita as tha more gay and tway. It is u modest tat-white MC petals arc half hid ant id dunt leaven which it net- IIow TO GAIN A French authors finding his reputation impeded-by the hostility of the critics, resolved to adopt a little stratagem to assist him in gaining j fame and money in spito of his Ilo-dressed himself in workmanlike attire, and repaired 10 a province, where he'toek lodgings at a farrier shop, in which he- did a little work every day at the forge and an- vil. But iho greater pait of his time was secretly devolodto the composition of three largo volumes of poetry and essays, which ..........._ ___0......... he published as the works of a journeyman relievedjfrom the incessant leproaehes and I B aiksmith. The trick France was in umnzeiiienl; the poems of this Ohild of this 'untutored gc- blamo of his brethren. "say again-now that Omar was a numb- skull, cried ho with excitement. 'The brotherhood of laham was shortly the most respected in all.Oonstautinople. The fame the -lanctity of this order soon forced this "inspired son of as he was now called, were immediately praised by the critics, and were soon purchased by everybody. The armless deceit filled the the other dervises to" leave Constantinople, pockets of the poor poet, who-iaugoedtosee because they were in such favor "with the tho critics writing' incessant" praise on an people. But Ufcseine's party j author whose every formar effort they made to beja point of tles near so timely! overjr'thirijg sombre', and iwssing away; this littfe- is 8pringin0 forth to liffc bw aaiid the frosts of autumn.' rliave noticed. days.past, numcrqus flocks o'fro eri'ng-i.robabir'for a These, birds have been the summer, 'a'iid it paying our town a flying" viiit" oil rn exedition. payin southern expedition. AKE DDK In the year the Lcgi laturc of Ponu- bylvaui-a.to abolish a pr.ictice'then ing, passed 'the following resolution after considerable opposition: That hereafter no member shall into the chamber barefooted nor eatcEb cheese on the steps of the Capitol." J K7" A to know jreit utility of the ooean, ww CBll'it" "a   

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