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   Milwaukie Semi-Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               VOLUME I. 5ETTE, NUMBER 33. t'.D OAILY AM> SKMJ-Wt.KKLY V MM OMAN I D. WILSON i. s. ROWLAND, Tlirm Aoi-Mnl Jtilitor. irth nf of nri Old, Settler at Sank- TEAM (S.OO ptr Mlinm in II it ai.u wMk. lo ill.  H. Byriin, linilM. H. Benson, who'repor- ted: the following oHicers: For 1 Rdv. A. MIN.OH, of Pnvirioville. For 1st Vice ;PresicWnt, GobDSELri, Kaq... of Croncyn. i For ViceiSuperi'ntemfaht, W. H. 13yno.v; ;For .vi H, A. Bui.Kr.KTj of" Jancsville. Fuoif 'Mekicoii i.schooner Juliny which arrived at N. Oi'oa the and brought.TUghman .Hoffman 'Esq., bei of despatches, ,GovewiHientj..frorrawhom; we learn that Pm-edes was certninly on his1 march to the city of Mexico, imd tha't 'our; Slidell, was still 'therci on the 23d Dec. of Piiredes were said to be only three days march from the city, of On the 24th the troops at receivedordersto march; to the ciiipital, refused to depart, and it WHS loqrtain ,th.'at, :notwitVistBnding the' efforts -the General to the contrary, they would soon declare in'favor of the Parties. iVTexicp, iic was: would ia a few days open its gates to'Pardes. The V.erfi Ci'uzinn qf the' SOtHj .says that it learns .byi lettersi of responsible pevs.ons, from that the; imbecile and shbi-t- sighted Cabinet had to .England., the'depurtment of Yucutari, 'on: condition that she w'pnld pay its immense debt. There, stiya thatjwper, are facts that will soon be di- vulged. The, celebrated Castle ;of.San Juan, de Ul- ;loa, is in the posSDSsion of the adherents of 'Pardiis, and Pilpte hns declared 'in .his1 favor. Rev; JoB'AS M. 'Oti mtuion, the report- was uilopti'd. met on-Wcd-ntadtiy morning at'C and spoilt nn the liusi- iiiegi: tVio-Pre.'si.di.'nt ,J. -S; -Uiiion, Trmcle. ,a .at-atcstntint rif -in the S.. S. Cuuso, wiiieh.wan, in. anhnaaeo 'Jn August 184'5. 1 receive'd an invbicc'ot' tho boolis of.iha'.Am.', S. S.' Union, nnd my I'atibrs visiting' Sundiiy S'dhoiila that we're in operation, mid orgonisiing-new ones, giving them a small 'library or of tliat tlip object f.nmmGnrlg itself 1.0, the unitcii prayer j the' Sennte, some d'ebnte'w'as li'ntl on n rcsolutidn-prdppsing-a' soi't of: 'history of lill bur Indian' hegotiiitions and 'Gpv. Crtss objected to some portion of it ns in- volving needless, expense. Col. Benton sjiid tlmt sucUdpciJirients'were already sold to the grocers.for at.4 and even 2 cents .hpuii respecting their speeches on the preceding day.1 Mr. Allen .disclaimed having admitted that the notes would lend to war. .Seriate 'then adjourned' from .Thursday, to :Mondfty, .thus cutting of Allen's proposed (potion to.tnkc up his. .non-interfer- ence 'IiV the -House, the Florida election wns contmuod by; Brockenborough, contestimt.. Snhatc on the 23d ult. re- jected the nominntiou of Judge Woodward, of United; States i Supreme Conrt.. anil vfliiru. i..... Tho ion's were sulopred. The fulluu'ing WIID ollbrod by Mr. ,1. -Tiljljitji. That in.the opinion ol'.lbis convctilinn, to-form 'n-Siib. for of -'Votixl'torcro'ribo'rcfol'utib'ri-lniit adopted1 toSJessru. .T. Tibbits J. Vf. VniJ, E. D. Hulion, H. A. Co'wW W, ilipn odoptod 'to the' Sen. QTjimi.roV rhcir. libcr'ul ilima- 'nnd.Tor'thc! (i'mcly labor 'which llu'.y t-x- iipoi) oiir Tinritory, hiirl'thu'ttro'ritspi.'c.tliilfy 'Holicit ofiheir ibis in'jpor- tant field. Wedncstbiy cVci with, singing niul rjriiyer by A. L. The uurnmtttee mi tlic'euhject of nn a wliiuh was adopted, uml-ihc' t'ullowing otlicevd were elected For I'resitlont, Tj. BYKON, of Milwankic. For-Ist Vioe I'VopicJ'cnt, Vici? President, I R. H. DKMMINO', of Stjuihporti ..For3d Yiqcl'ifitiflnnl, ;.N. G. nf. i'lilioni- 'For 4th Vice! {.'resicloixt, '.C..'13'RACH, of Mineral Point. Cih Vicn'J'rcsiriwit. For Sccreuirv and JBIiVlS, Of. WihvilLlUiuj '.IS. D. Mot.TON, of 'Mil'waiikir, GKOItcK-F. Dirrctors, :.Tosi-A-ir DIIUMMOND, of Miln-nukic.- :The. fuilowinp oiu-rtd by E. D. Hokun wrij ilnnii" adoptfd tile lhar.K-ft.of' iliis be .renclurad In iho S.. S. .Stu'.iety ibr their. Jibeni) of books destitute tSulmpls iu the Toiri- A. MINOH, Ch'n. i Up- .to; 1 at of Jan'. J845v I have received From 'tlie thbir.publiontions, which I.dis- e 'i'Netv York Evening Ledger'V U .the title of a new Daily paper, just tssueijin New York city, edited by Messrs. Green and Meighan politics riot stated. We expect to print IP a few the City Charter in pamphlet form. Scott, the commanding officer of the army., has been superseded by' Mr. .Marcyi, tho Secretary of taking charge of the ntili'tary moveihents in Texas, so that he lias virtually b.ut the shadpw of power in the mut- ter. This may necount for the insufficiency of tlie inaiiagei'neut of tbe'army concerns at Christi; in: relation to which such just complaints' have been'1 Chicago Journal. 'last" night a large 'but rather scattering sort-bf We 'find' nartc'c'ourit' of the '.receptibW'in-' W, ashing- Jon of the foreign news by t.he.'Hibernia.: .The Merrill, Gapt. Burton, will leave Milwnukie for Sheboygnn, this attd'weath- er permitting. F.or freight or passage apply to board.' nn' of fire yes- terday' afternoon, which' proved the clry kiln of Messrs. Ridimond: Xocfe, West 'All of. the; Engines were on1 the spot extinguished in a. The loss is estimated at froth-one to two hun- dred dollars. cars on the ;Ceritral .Road through lyiichigan, commenced ,'on ;Tnesdiiy running through from Bottle. Creek to ,Kala- maiibov; (which is noiw this termination of that ..i.. :Bpth Hpns_es iveie'jri'sessibn on the 22d. 'Nothing ofi'muchanterest' in ei; "The Sylvan'tii 'Marvin, it will' be ing'for-ShebcygBai To 53 new schools organized: with the assistance ot" the friends. of the. to 23 n.Id gohools which had been previously brgnnix.efiy.3flp '33- I'OO dollars, rind Bold to the snme 334 '41 100 a- moaniijig 74-TOO dollEira.; Children gathered into new'schools, 1532; ber of Teachers. connected with those new schools, number of scholars in the 2S old schools; BOO; ;14ftj whole number of ncliolurs, '2.322; tenchors, 44C. .cnrry .out its noble benovo- lence iji the- Godlike ent'erprUo of gathering into Subbnth Schools the cliilrfrch and youth of this Trr- them out of' the pure 'Word nf GofI, an'd to to .higher nttairiTnents iri virtue, kno'.wkvlge'and'bolinrflX, ii'ii.s' shnt on to us Missinnaiy lha lust season, 7.70 90-100 dollnra of ihcir publications to donnte t.n old schools, ;to en- in the good .work, lint- new schnqla in.flestitiite sct.tleTnentfl where. Q'Suitulilenurnber nt'indis'ii'limla w.iil beciomt? for tlietr Tho labors nf froni rbo 1st Mtirch Ifi.dD'to 'are na follows: :Numbor of Suhimla orgnhixnd' Uio nit] of the frioruls tho Nunhlinr of schools ecl. 26; in neM' in 778; Tisucliera in old. schools, .1.47 in i total 3D3. Am'tgiven lo new schouls... .J22K 12 IU til Am't. sold -to new. 52 7282 6-340 73 34 given......-t 07 ,.-Visaed 24ti. Distribiitud pages Triiots 3000 S.-S.-nnd sold.and given liver. 3.00 circulti'tocl OV.KI-ypOU-volunn'.s, old nnd new; changed t'ntV lihraric's fur 123 'Hchoijld. .Tl'e labors of Missionai-y. raoslly oiinfmtd tn the cuuriliu'J of Miiu-iiukiei "VViiiworth, Ji-'fK-rson anil Dodge. A ftiw schools'hnvii been in thu counties Green, Fon.du Lac, and Shebnygiuu Thii.roUawing roiiolutioriA wtsro presumed an'tl nrl- vocitted'by Liivhrop J. i'ibbiu onrl J. Billings of Tmy, VVfills Roehsstei-, Mr. .Tburber.ut' Mukwomij-o, Messrs. T. A. Dwindle, .S..D. UaBUngis, Key. T. Fruzer, D. Clary, Rev. C.' j'j1. 'Roscnjjraua, Messra. E, D. Hbltori and'W, pl Rijtsolvcd, Thut the S. S. Cu'.ise tit this stfigo nf our cai'ls'lcnjilly on every 'Jotfer of civil and .religious it by ins lu- borsVoontribotioris That tho influence ol' faithful S-S. .in- struiaion in; promoting iii.iulligcnt. .piety the ins.tilui.ipn (he cordnil zeal- ous of nvery.cljristiiiji community. Thtii'ih vK'w ol; is the duty 'of to. more of tlu-ir time to the ei' dnVn'aiid.youth' of their respective 'clmr.ijes, Thut rhegreatdun'cieiicy in the kjinwl- e.clge of. the HiWe ami tho lyunt oi' monil. and. ,'religV ions trair.ingr oi'jlhu young, ileinatitU of cyeryjshrUtiun that.lie should.co-iipei-ate. in the Sab. Srhitithor us a teixcru'r or nntl thnt.he. shonldmiLUe ail suitable exertion to fortng every uhitcT and yrMJth under Sabbath Sch. instruction.' 'Reioivcii; 'That S'itb. tniichcrs should; ;iniikc tHuirnmcrlihtB i.h'e chilclren andyoiiih the g'vcat end of their the..Aro; S. S. Union, in teaching ihe dnc- trines duties of religinn. aflbrtls nn admirable for, j-uiued among. all'eVungdli-, cal deniijjj-ioatitmfl. Tliiit.ilia gen'f'rol circularipn afa Vci-iptu'rii'l and'evan'getica! me liericficwj hi forma lion a correct literature mB A Wnshington letter published in the N. Y. Herald, saj-'s There nppeni's to be nn unusual bustle in flic Nhvy to be cnuscd by arrival of despnchcs from Vcrn Cvi'.Ki within adny or Eveiy ship in or- diniu'y-.or oii the stocks, hns hec.ii ordered to be' got ready.for-'sea ns fast us possible. that Piu-edes is ncxionsijy. 'lookiiiJi; for the United Stntos fo susfiiin h'nn in mainlairjiDghis government, wiih -a view to (jonclud.e all existiuij; difficulties bfl- this government nnd'his. Our fleet is ordered to Verii Crua; forthwith, nnd the forces at Corpus Christi, it is said will co-ops, rate hs fitr as practicable with it, for that project. The- ice is fulling very fust, in .the Mihratt- Uie River. JOHN .1. following, is given, ns tho estimate .of Mr. Astor's immcnst! vveiilth, in the book of the Rich-Men of .New -Y'oi'k. It says tlint those knowing his iif- faire li.est, pfac" it at nnd sonic ns high as His -income on a moderate must. be H. n month, which is nbouf a a day, S'2-10 an hour, and n. minuto. Mr..Astqr hns made a do- nation of for a library in this city, the interest, of which1 is to be expended in cm- ploying.ugeuts-to sind :in the erection of a building. Mv. Cogswell, late editor of the New York. Revicvv is tho agent the wretcli charged with murder .-arid arson, nt Adrian, tans-been- exam- ined before three justices, and committed .for those offences- .We made-no defence, though he attempted to delay the examination- by (Vigning, sickues8.: He is snid to hnvo been formsrly an inmate of the Auburn state pri- Adv. Soinoboriv that Stars tins, sparks of fire, stricken out trom chaos by the hoof of the .winged ho'rse.of'Ttiiitvon hisjojirney to etcr.nity.' -.1 computed.to he-lit tills -time girls receiving their education in JFi'ench. convents. THE GERMAN: SOCIETV, Olv MARYLAND, At the annual meeting of this ciety, the Treasu'rex stated that dtiring '.tJi'c past yeiir there had been, distributed iirrio.ng liJiS. objects ilia sum of in nmourits.pf from'5.0-cents to 355. The physicians e.mploy.ed .by 'the .Society have Jr.i'au active in tlicir exertions to relieve the sid'x, and no expense has been spared in alle- viating the distress of the clct.itdf.e rind Intelligcnoe Of- fice estabiishrd under the auspices of ihn Society'is steadily "draucing into public rio- Sic'Bj'yetin-'i'ts infanny, it may be :only neccs- ftrtry to state, that tVie number of npplicntions for.employjrlent has exceeded SOOO during year. curious, instance 'of the influence and association of! ideas, imadinntion and memory, is related in the case of the ccl- b'nited Etescnrtes. He jjassionntely loved H squinted, nnd was nhv'nys. affected with strabismus when speaking of her; fire occurred ia Madisoa, Indiana, ori fhn 17th .Tanunrv. -Loss nbout ?100. A.jiproafJdng'Kfvtitit.tinn'iti 'Francis.' Let-- tersofa stirring diameter hiivc been' rccciverf m town by n number of French rofossi'cs, who hnd tuken refnge; in tliis coujury, csilling upon them to return to Kurope with nil possible despatch, nnd be prepared to join their friends .in France nt nn curly day. The, close tdlmncu bolAvocn Engluhd imd Louis Phiilippn. is wo- nting' cxcit.emnt nil 'over France, nnd the JOOT- niils urc assailing forisu'rrcnrlerinjj' the. interests.-mid honor of Frimcc to thohnndspf the, English. 'TJom's- P'hilijipe wishes to.havc .hiis xly'iinsty sustiiincd in po-vvcr.ih cn'se of denth, nnd hiis entered into a secret'treaty' to do so provided the' Prince .de .Toinvillu does not.nsuinotheci-oxvn. or tlie in, jnmd his pum- phlct wherein he proposes lo .put down tho 'Kriglishn.Tvy, nnrT'knu'wiiig the cncray of his chnrncter they ;irc npprcbensivo thut. lit'- oc- casion olfcrs he will, get np a party to sustain his pretentious. Knglnud hns ngrecd that Frnnce shall hnVe, some addltiohiil possessions (which England will seize in CUKC of wnr) in the West India Islands, in South America nnd.in the Pacific.....France is also seeking to imprpyc.her tradu.yitli China. Thu way ill 'Algiers is'tt'subject public Mhi'shnl Bilgeiiml is much blnmcd ibrnot his powerful fbnje, being able to disperse .destroy these flying del itch .'but; (hey will not afford him the.opportunity ,ol- 'doing so. Tlicy'caii'fullbiick on the sunds of ihe -desert where the French cannot, follow "them. Improved Mode of The improvements in the. mode of wii'ming dwelling- wliii'h'hnve- been introduced into tliocity of New- V'ork, within ilic lust two .years, have effected.almost, no entire rcv- qlution in this department of ojjr domestic E. L. Miller, of Brook- lyn, wns the- first, to introduce us the present ndmirnble system of nir He lias recently, however, introduced -into his own house. .'59 Clark-street, i-.n 'ment for wanning by air radiated from water heated sui-fiiccs only in otlicr wimls, a hot water furnace of an -entirely ne.w tioo.; The is 'placed in' the lower basement of thi'. house, occupies no move spucc than an ordinsiry liot nir. funw'w, nnrl distributes the heat, through the house in tho nsnl waj' of the common fn'rniicc Init t'ho el- 'fect of'the tjmintity of fuel under igniiion, nnd tlie ciiiintctcrol'rlichcur, lire tri.ily nstonjsh- 'i'ng imd dcJightfijl. of tit'o (uel'isrcguliitcihvithtlic grcfit.est. precision by me.-ms of aself nc'tini: damper which -he hns intj'oduccd, and which is worked !iy the CK- of wntcr anil nil1 so ns to consume nny desirable qnanlity of coal, IVoin 50 to 100 Ibs. iri the 24 hours, ticcovding to the state of the. The spnci; we sav.r warmed.to.thc tenijiwntnrc til'Cfl or 70 conipriscs.two very large fonr .story fifty-four fe-ct front, fiy fifty feet, de.cqi, eon- tninins nbout thirty rooms. The hetif; mny .be carried to any dosirntile- ilistance, any fivni 'one to t.wo'hnadred-l'eet from l.hc -fniwicc- chninber, nnd ifscnpuciry -for.hcnfing miiy be proportioned to bnildings of nny tho peculiarpnTity inui snlubrity of atmos- phere, produced by this mode of'hcnling, run- dors it particulary desirable fordwlling hous- es', apartments for the sick, conservatories, Mr. JVt. has cr-pctcd his furnace, hot only for the-purpose of'witvming his house, but for exhibiting its operation, which he will Ix; most hnppy tn do to imy gentleman who may wish to rentier his own house more l.hnn fnrtablc, in tiro most and cconoinicul manner. T'l.ree Thursdays in one of our exchange papers contiiinssi lung nrliclf, 'in cxplii.nntioii of the possibility of three Thursdays in a week. We shall to do it. in a short way. a vessel Fail cast, round .the world, nnd arrive on Thursday e.ce.ord- ing to their reckonings. On ihe day fotlow- ingle.t the land, they will find'it Thurs- day on shore. On tho next ('ay let (.hem board a vessel which has just arrived frmn n cruise round Uie world, sailing in .n westerly .direction they will again find it Tbtmliiv on board that ship. Thus they will find three Tbiirduvs iu one week. company with-otlmrs, wo visited CigPlattc JDiggiuss, on Saturday last. Contrilyy to our expee.lations we found tho "proispf.cC' -us good ns it, had been repre- was S or of minernl ab- ove the ground, anil, the owners say, us much more drifted ert. that, has not been raised. We huvi: since beard of some other prospects that have out, but have no Miners from these diggings ore flocking there. Success to them American. Sad nro pained to hear Says the advertiser Unit a young daughter of Ml'. Titus of JJeai-boi'n Wns killed by the nccidcntal of 'n. pislol in the hands of her father. The piece, jind been loaded and standing in the house for sev- eral months, and Mr; Uort took it up for the purpose of it. AVhile he WIIR liaridlirigit, the pcrcnssion cap and fired the charged which passed info (he tircnrt and heart, of his daughrcr who at Ujiii: moiil- cnt entered the door from .rmofhcr Death 
                            

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