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   Milwaukee Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 7, 1839, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               Oareroor LUCAS, of Iowa, iaaaed a proclamation ia to tha deputed boundary between that Territory MM! the of Mieeoori, in which ha enjoins all My official fanclioM io Tan Burro county, unlese their authority proeeeda from execu- of the or of the The attempt on the part of the of Missouri to property and collect taxes, ia tho reaaon aaaign Ml for the proclamatioD. grand and baa ttifnl diaplaya ra. Borealis in lilt w. hundred Tbe Ambassador of France at Cot DlSTBOCTIOH Of TUB GUBAT regret to learn that Captain Walker's new and splendid Boat, tha Great Western, while' lying at tha wharf at Detroit, on her last down ward trip, accidentally fire, and that great portion of her upper works from tba nam deck, was consumed before the oUmea could be arreated. As she was oa ber way dawn, of course there could but little" freight OB board, although learn that considerable pertion of (he not be saved a common focus at a point a little south of ke lanith, ftati which pofatUi ed to radiate like tbe of an -indeed the phenomenon of an ioiiBeoetJy >rella suspense I in the leads. Our evt-nings .ed andenlirenti by the "i ?ut they aeldoni extend their far orer our he. .da. We are informeW by up that noroenot was r -peated at about d e clock the nextmorpinsf. Rumor also a amount ot money was damage to the beat we hate licnrd estimated from tea to thirty ihoiufiad dollars the ariival at w York, of (he Su-am pack- et Liverpool, London dnlea to the 1st o! August recpnej, Tii" money tnaikct uts slightly im prcvwg WHS the of Cotton The mlei-uf Amencnn sticks were, how quite limited The Sultan Mahmoud died at Constan- tinople on ihi- 1st July, A great battle hail Lewi f jughl between Turkiah and Egyptian armies, near Aleppo, in which the former were defeated with great The commander of the Tutkiah fleet upon learning the death of (he Sultan, surrendered his vesse's to the viceroy of Egypt. It fc supposed that Mehemet Ali will in consequence proceed Io Constantinople, and asinine the govern ment of the whole Turkish Empire un the European powers interfere An ike battle will be found in un other column. The Chartists in appear to be disposed to commit eutrages Several ri ots have taken place at Birminghnm Stockton, and other towns nt which strong bodies of the militia were called out to preserve order. At Birmingham rtn at tempt was aaada to destroy the town by eon flag ration. The arrival of a strong body of dragoons arrcsu-J the progress u the flumes, by prottfeuot. the, fire compa files. Tlie harvest is nr-f lilt fly to result as favorably in Enflaml, as hail been repre- sented. We may therefore expezt that a portion of our surplus wheat will find a market there, and by that materi ally reduce the exportation of specie which now going on. These coruecat.ons or Bitiled July that a battle fcaa beet neighborhood of Aleppe 'IfiBB BtMVtiiBBj dei of it had leent Tnia leagtb tiou BO aerwnal Many of tie link! in I are now made, and under the revival of the fortunes aad credit at our country, ted. The Buffalo Advertiser and Jour- tike following on tbe rospect of tian array whelhe I whole route, exciting thaVprofound atten- f To TKATBL -BBS ANB EaitwiAwrs It is not gesbi lly known thai new   was agreed that the., should be within a shew period, tfcfe drawn by nmnoeuvres frora his entrench- toon extended, and splendid A M. mm M.f last Iowa Newt, states that the Mississippi now lower than it has been fir the last sixteen years, and that no boats except those of the smallest class at tne White-hdv.'n f  York Cunul, use net p :M to Pitsburgl. by the Pennsylvania Works, or in uu other way. Even ''rom Philiideiphiii. iln cheapest, quickest and earliest route to (-tevfUud, Toledo, ignn, Wonhi'ii. 1 linois, VViscvnsirt, Iowa, oi Uppfi CauJii is tl'ttt through the suti- of New YI rk A gentloitjan wilt oidtnury tra-vi'l from Philadelphia via Utica, tails and iinflutlo, in about five days to Detroit, at an ea prise of f34; while to it'nch Dt troit from Philadelphia hy w.iy of the Pennsylvania canals and ruiluwds will reqilire peven days, and rost nbvut Ridi ig day and night from Cliarr.bfiiburgli Pittsburgh will reduce itu- ume one day shunning the canals al- toyether; but case the easiest .-ind quickest loute frt in Philadelphia to Je (toil. Chicago, is that thro' the siate of New York or; while from Lake Erie to NW York or England, or i ice the route hiougi) this stale con- sumes fully one t less time and ciibh than that throngtt Pennsylvania. We sppalt from recci I t-xpeiience. not these facts to b> more widely knownj? YvrLer. NEW CANAL.--The Buffalo Adrer- tisi. r of'thu 16th stttei that in consequence ol tbe temporary I reach in (he cunal, the steamboat Consult) ion of that port, on tbe J4th insf, "took in tow several Hue boats, proceeded i'.h ll em out of the harbor, und passed dovui the Niagara in beauti- ful style to n distance of 12 miK's, in two hot rs' time; where thi'y cnicrod the Eiie eftial by the viver lock, nud proceeded eaftward on their route The v.stiona cunal boats on iheii way fp hml lial'.ed ai that and early jester- day morning the C institution lashed sit- tet-T. of them, heavily laden, alongside ar.d astcin with pel hups passengers 111 their cabins and 01 their and a-s- the b'oad cciretit of the Ningaia wish peift'Ct ease, d in the greatest safe- ty N'itie bo.us iveie 1 ished to her uidea, and I lie remainder a tern A more beau- ments. Tiie Egyptians made a feifned ob the turftrce of the globe retreat; and the Pacha, dtstaoee is about I90ff milw. So sent out a stong division of cavalry The much af the rtfute as bet ween'Boston first a came up with, ccmpottd of and Buffalo, is in a state of forwardness, Bedouius, dispersed according to the or- and so well understood that nofhiogcan derthfy had received; and prevent hs early eompletion. Prom this that the Egyptians might be to Toledo, companies have chnrler- J L ed to construct a railway the whole dis- tance, excepting 40 mites across the nar- row portion of Pennsylvania'that sepa- rates Ohio from New We under- stand the' company in Ohio are now pro- gressing rapidly, with their section of the above chain of communication be- the emporium of New England, ind the central valley of tbe Mississippi. Prom the mouth of the Mauitjee river to be eastern termination of a'line of rail- now in progress to Louis it is. ve only about two hundred miles. VIensures should betaken immediately to erure the construction of a railroad over hese sections. This great thoroughfare will be opened tiring the whole year, and will not like tie canals and lakes, be obstructed fiom to six months with ice, nor tike the easily routed, advanced uith whole of his forces. Thus he abandoned his strong position, and two formidable redoubts con- structed by Prussian officers, from which great advantage was anticipated. Ic or- der to throw the Turks still from their entrenchments, Ibraham and Soli- man foritmued to retire for two hours, jwstetiing to gain a field of battle which the superior judgment of 3nives ously selected as one of the most favorable. On reaching this ground, the army suddoaly faced right about, and, availing of the natti'eofiht fosi itn, formed into compact the infaitry in the eentie, the cavalry and ligltt artil- lery on each wing, and made vigoio'ia charges on the Turks, who were astound- ed by this sudden attack. The ranks of the latter were soon thrown into dtsorJer. The Seraskier, however, rode up in front, snfiicient means to do The people speak the Danish welt to this plact- for each, and the some price from tint to in, all consciepce. 'A spetimen W coarse but wholeaome bread, bard as heart, of rye and oats was presented accumpanyinir them; pearslo be of a' n'utrkious and kind, and wtll adapted to thow subject to dyspepsia. Several nore detachments from the same countr.1 are expected. l-atar and ironiof ANOTHER DIVORCS AiMost. Wiilard, of Troy, K. If man at the head of a bftfted and popular Female Seminary in that city, wat married about a to Dr. Yaus, of New York, formwcjy western rivers rendered useless tor the and, by his vnlour and thebrsvery of the urjwses of navigation in consequence of corps around him, remedied for a time his drought of the summer great false step. His heavy artillery, unfortu- 1 tad incalculable value of such nn natdy for him, could not come up; and 'tious and extensive thoroughfare, theliuht guns of the Egyptians, d'rccted by European officers, and seconded by well timed charges of cavalry, threw his ranks into disorder. His wings were at the same time too extended; and his troops, excited by the ardor of pursuit, bud not recting the extreme with the ev- t eine West, is too apparent, is too obvi- from had obtained some lebrityas a physician, though in low cir- cumstaoceaa-.sto pecuniary matters. Soon after the rnw riage, Mrs. YalM who had, acqnired a hsudaome property while at made arrangements to remove to Bosiofk with her husband, for the purpose, as was supposed, of more conveniently 'superintending the publication of aevernl books .of which- she is the Upon tbeir urr-ival in Boston, a fashion- able house WHS rented, and between four and fiVe thotuind dollars was taken from the nurse of Mrs Yaws to furnish it in good style, the soon discovered, howev- er, that the (haracter and disposition of her husband were ihc reverse of what she had reason to expect, and that he wns in fact a tyrannical and unprincipled man, and withal an open in fide) jind debauchee Aawasto be expected Airs Yates began to reci ivo from her husband the most nvuked neglect. She has accord- ingly left the bed and board" of Dr. Yates and returned to Troy, with an in- we understand, of again becom- in front of h t which he (tlljflCOOi. WBO IB steering at meeting, wkl back and erallsry u m lowering his hand it he ler fait th  known to in- dulge in the piowtice har- The Revenue Cutter in Boston bor, on Sunduj just after tha toidti off from the liottorn of a boat wfctch bad capsized, boys between of seven snct fourteen. took two men fyni another ,bpatj only survivor of the six who were in her when she capsized. tiful spectacle than ihis noble ted s-.s she li -auly bteasted neuily surro inJi'd with her lieau- tilul brood of I jais, for we can com- pare ihi'iu ta nothing can suuruly br The bnu's have been moo roc at is aluo represented as being very low, The people of Iowa havr petitioned the President to postpone the s.tlc advertised to take place on the 4th Nov., in the southern district of Iowa, and also j another company oi fiitft-n cunal boats. tered (ho harbor, ai.d proceeded to our city. "Tin; Constitution then cam? up, and nnniL-ii.-iU'ly returnee! to Tonavvanda with of boats a tow, and agaiu ar- at Biack l( even mar wit to order a sale in the northern district as as practicable The Earl of Clarendon ha.s been np- tMr. Commissioner igirK'S, ho oppor- luneJy arrived soon adecihe break occur- ed, pi (inaptly furnish the steamboat for weed any remarks; while it is apparent thai the productiveness eacli link in the whoie chain will be stly increased by its great length, and tl e very great number of side-roads which c> neenuate on this line the travel of so IT any States. "If the city of New York would par- ti> in (.tit. advantages of this stupen- d< us imrpovement, which will soon be ct mpleted, (for the simple reason that it w 11 pay well, and is therefore really n  LJoston upon tie aval's tht-sf which lie is disposing of as he (in Is lus convenience or intt-rest ri'q'iires. IVI'-s Elites. the oilier hind emplnyd a brother-in-law, uho is n in VW- mout, to go to Boston irisiitutf surh proceedings as wili to hern tion at leust of her properly >'ord Patriot. A GREAT A -HOATOB RIBLt 8i.AUCIirER OF TJIK few days Capt Patteison, ot Pattersonville, Dutch Settiement in com- with three (.'ivmls, Cjpt, Cuvtli, and Mess is. Chaiiea H y.in und U tj Bifesly, staited out on a nlii.'.iui hunt in tiieneigt borliood of Ciwiv Acute ;ttid Glassy Lake. Fur somu Urnr the alligators in that section committed may depredations ubon the deer and dogs, "iaying in wait" at the nai- rower and men? frootieiitud paits of the bayous, and nabbing any rur or deer which mig.itch.it ce to swim across To thin off these depredators thu liuni was got up, anc it proved highly suc- cessful. The party wajout but THE About one hundred Otta- of the Mauinee, tbe last of thu tribe remaining on t its of the Mtoaieaippi, nrdved here in the steamar Commodore Perry, on their way to the- far West. belk-vu o.e the last of the nice in tl.e St.ito, except the WyanJots in Craw- ford county. Her. SaitpaNT ARRIVBD. It is stated in the. Traveliei, that two respectable ofChelsm, whi have hitherto bean tar as to the existence of the declurr sol mnly that they tnw o monster fcimielf, on the morning iiih instant, as tl ey were in a boat fishing; between Clu-lsei. nn.l Nahonl. They baa opportunity to view him carefully, and s.iilcd nearly around biro before he disap- peared. They estimated his length at fiom 100 to 120 fat. A 'iidv in recently rocnrered 82000 vf a Mij. Pn-ckfoid, for and kissiirsj he1 rnther roughly to stt a t vrt'u.' on the money, as got it hv ligi tiifii'" i iii K'TJ Soi) I'D: Xroit FuutMtry. MI vto'ilij inform ncpub- ili' TV, lire now in opr- .iJ tl-at n. p.iflerns cinbe jr cared, will Jo n! i-.t-tiiri Mil .ireconiiii'mly i ihe (Mintiry ilivv have latin's for and wood, due of itm pari- is a practical Pattern-maker aiiii 1urn- mail lite other a liUck-mitti nnJ Ma- cluuwt. DONEY FGBKRT MOSLHY. Milwaukee, Snj 7tl. H-if Stockliolder, of tbe 11 H Maritir and Fire the occasion vithoui charge to the for- pointed Governor North America General British Another Steamboat accident oacurred on Ontatit, on the nif hi of the 19th ult. The Commodore Sarrie and Wit- IV ran foul of each other some for- ty miles abore Kingston, severely injur- ing both boats. Tke Barrw had her engines broken, and but for the calm of the Lake, u ia supposed that botfc i ciwiomcd boats with their passengers would have been lost wnrdt'is niiJ boatmon has conclusively shovvu the strength of our commercial Jesources 111 giving: us ;he perfect ira river for nilral bout navigation, as 11 as for the larger commerce connected w ith the The packet boat pussed through the canal, by the brc tk, last ovcniijT, und again this We presu.rie, from ivtut we learn, that the bct-uch v ill repnife 1 by to-morrow. No delay has thus far to our IMruardfis, and heir goods for the West have been dispatched with their ac- Notwithstanding tha hard times for in New York, the State Loan of half a million of dollars at five per cent, have interest for the enlargement of the Ctie of in Canal, ww taken by the Manhattan com- or an of per year. pany at r J In the last five years aggregate mount of specie impoited into this coun- what haa brought in by ei ugrauts. Within same period perhaps exported. I .eating a >r of the United A Methodist miniate) in Vermont At BOB A Boa of our forbid any one to pay th j base viol in bin so fortunate aa to be in c.hurch He says however serious his the sueeii on TneaoUy evening last at a-! 8 oat 9f most to CAPTCBE steamer Charleston, nrikcd at the city of Ch.ulrs- ton on Monday, '.he 12th of August, hav- ing on board foitysix Indians n'ho were captured on the is! inst., by Lifiit H in- son, of United Stau-s Army, at Fort Mellon tn Florida ronsijtino- of men, women nnd children, had repair- ed to the fort to receive the rations which it was usual to disttibute among them, when the Lieutenant in command of the station, learning the massacre of the troops under Hartley, which took place a few days previous, immediately seiz -J the Indians. Two of their warriors in at- tempting to effect att escape were shot Among the who nro all to be de tained for the pj esent at Castle Pinctcnpy, Near Charleston, is the mother of Cbce- ola, advanced in life and with hair as white as Post, and HI that time they shut no le- sia. I tirti57vl the largest While he half, a ttudctit he constructed st-vetal model than s.and in J 820, soon after he graduated j kind, not wasting a hit of powder upon any he brought tetters of introduction from tmless he d good ten feet tn length. President Dwight to Dr. Mitchell of This we consider the height ol city to whom K- suln.ittid his drafiaJOur informant, VIr. who was and explained his theory, Tha Doctor one of the party, ijave us a glowing des- saw little to commend in his inventions criptiun of the "sport, l-'rorn the manner and doubted the k-asibility of his plans jn which he speaks of it, doer and bnffilo Noi img daunted, by the cool hunting js not a c-rcumstance. There is com iH-ndations of so a per- but one e point an alliga- Alcott pt-raevertd, and cheered by'tor, the eye, and the antics they cut up ic iiilontiftl ihat un in- >cr '-hare, ou the mode Uelu by tijein is required to paiJ at Cu'j iiany's yflice. on tha 1st October ne.xt. By ordfr of ihc Doatd of Directors ALEX, VUTCH1SLL, Milwaukee, 20tu Aug. 1fc39. SALE Olt RENT, on the moat 1 reasonable lenns, 100 BoilUina Jon on the West side, 
                            

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