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   Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 22, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               4'- feLISHA STARR, "WHERE LIBERTY DWEl-lft, TBfl VOLUME vu.i IS MY COUNTRY; BlISliVESS DIRECTORY. in-i-rli'il i'm- t- DQlfLAjtifper quurier. By Tafft A Walefsirpeti Milwaukee, W.T. M1LWAUKIR WISCONSIN; JUNE 22. 1844. HOCK ByC. Wall, Milw.Milcic, W. T. slrrel, vv. T. 'd. VAl'I. JUNKAT1, Wl ul.srj examine- recnrpf and send informa- tion In urr.-inns in any part of the U. Stales. lie can always be found ut office Hie i.f near Ihe Cu iMihvaiiki FABBJltftJ k'mdj for .ale. I __ ________ N.A.MXILURE. new Jot, for sale by _ STO V Lirf Cook i njr, TouTSt'ove! sale by [tuay25J N. A. M'CLCUlJi. i NUMBER uurt TRKMONT HOirS'h.- By Holnnan Janes Jo Basi Waii-rsireel, Milwaukee, W. __ roiivj'Aiiv fiy 1'5. 1'Jrn.vrs, t-fihr MiiKUJtltrenl It'etlcrH West Ward, MilxVaukic VAN DKRt'.N, Counsellor A-r. Ac. at end in Chancery, w. w. iciir.Loticf, Altorncv.Oiwn-x-ll.ir and Suli-'i ur, also, Jnilic-- of Wind. Milwaiikio, W. T YATKS, AHnrney at Law -nil Solickur In Chancery JMiliviinkitf, W. T. Attorney Law, and (jcnerai J.-''1 Prairieviile iVliUvauUi'.1 Co., otury Olll-ra liiv sprvicoa to drnw marlgitaea, leases contraelit. Also tu taltu nclsnuxvlfdgfiiciitd deeds and olIi.'riiislniincntH orxvritinjr.udininisU'r oaltia nllidiM-its and give CtTtificatcs under protest bills ol'excbnrtgc i-.nd promissory lor nan payiucnl and non uccpplance v.ill alsn I'x-iininc recortla, atid send inforrna- tiu i lo iiiU'iTsU-d in imy part of the United Stf.U'8. Letlors, paid, will re- ceive prompt ullenlion. Will be foniitl durimr liunra at Iliu olliet- E. Arnold K.IJ. on opposite Mm Sentinel JS-U. for I npril 17. FRED. Ol a superior quali oTsaTe'by' 1 ________1.1' if jJjJV A R MfE U'S. forsale by" s-'epl. 18. F. WARDN'ER. ILIUI.I.GJJ yds." just rec'd M_ and for sole low by J. A. ARNOLD. aride, Jbr sale at lo'.v prices March t. HYRON Co. OHIO barrels by id T. n .1. liMLSTL I.. I'iivsician and Surgeon at Ihu Hotel of O K. Craws, West Winil. mayl'5 JOHN UAG'irr. Auclion nr.d Knsl Sireel. Ilin.rJ J. ni i.-nd s dir-iior in .B OF [JAltT- FOIiO, (Jui. insure J.of.i ur on Milis, furni- ture, (.-'Inoits ur in Purt, Merchandise, or I'mdi'.ce i.i iS.p. Al.-o. mi Mcreliaritii.se and Produce upon in- liiii.il naviijalKjii. just received on conaigiimenti and for so'e oj pork, for TiT- rrel. L. J. r'ARWELl A by the bar April E. STAKIt AND 3RALD, n THE STEAMER KlLB. n. BE latex, at 0 o'clock to a vole on the cl.-urna, for sale F- VVARDNEH. T snsl A Inrnrc l.'t i, of every size and quality for sale by K. -WARUiNKR. r. i I'IMM.IU I. M. IlKI.MJ'i I. S. II. j'l.NC nml Ci'ii and K T. Ofll'.V L. ver JolU'-i cl K'l.-l W. s J. K. Ki.uinv MILLS. W'M. A. U'AUL, I. W OLA UK. I'rc.-iil S. BAKEK, Age J. A. A'.INOI.H iV Co, in rirs. Man! Ware, IJo.i's A Sisoirs. c: F.AKLI. A-- 11 in I'll iirvrv, and Walwiirti: .Miiniy, W. T. WhiVwal.-r! A Kl.v j 5.; x N Y' nna at Laiv, Soli- i-iliir in jn.'1 Supreme Court Commissioner. o1' VVixuinisin fo'iir doura of tlie ljost Oiliec-. A. M wilt rliiefli' devote hirj ntlenliot. t" ulaini.s i-nd oo'lccl ionp, A c.t iXf'. A the anil oi real estate will be I'aitlii'nlly pxeeuled. t'f tr i It- fwiHy llifi.il Ik'. if itclill, itt I i tile c i. Mii.t.Aio Fn.i.voliK, N. Y. .N vrn IN K Mo-KM, I I. M VIMIAI.I., 'M.lS K. iriMII.KI.Mi, .-1's. l.l.iniii-i Mh i. KIM.I, Adrian Farina in iMiIw.miue, and olliet cuonlies ill tin- Terrilnl-y at VKIV Ki.'-l-l. sale cliea'p A.G. DA VAN'S, i'OR PRESII HENRY OF KKNTUC FOR. VfCE. THEODORE FKEL OF RRW The Senaie of ihe Uni nn Saturday evening, 10 TeSas treaty, and flic finesifuh of ratification was decided inilie negative, as (UIIows Yeas 35. Ths President, i! i> said, has determined lo Veto' ihe eastern harbor end river bill: ihis in- cludes ihe appropriation for ihe Hudson river, li is also supposed bv some ihai he will vclo ihe western fiver and hnrbarbill. Pleasure S'.e.-.roer .Vile if I Lakes via Green Bay, or. ihe 27.li insl., and ihc Wisconsin on tlie Isi CHAl'TKK U. MR. .tun Resolution ot'llie Convention that f rw. Ntw Otteuai What BV rue RUMcMCD vrf TliTcfell my oWrraiioo, ceeds me fUiti'j, policy nnd rrpuwninit lo II IN n UK TIM JJprit Hi, M.-. i 1 had main Up ihU linnul ohjeols specified in l lie Cumstiluiiiin which Wvnl In Orpuntit thai we are In law lately .dopied i Hr-.'' lmo by fat amUo law for oi.ucli i 1f ".......Ihe ay inexpedient in CunKlitii ion, UNITKH y, Ir.xn the iuJnoJanopinion tonii ilu.t held by Mr. jr. buys, when l.e expressed firm conrtHion llit-y never riled  Tnn by limy 11 TMOS. Arrivals from (Ho Kust. O'A'I'S, tiried tipples, bulter, chei.-se, {ji't'cn npplen, pntutoes in barrels, purli,   I! i S Ji r Alpiiaiii I i i y o i" VV ill s key, ii t tilt- oid Rogers' Bloc hy nmy35 N. A. M'CLURE. _ Oil S flic Eaulu Ilecesa, sitnnlcd F may spirit, anc! we invst th-iu we (lay be deemed can- did when we assert that jfiold be willing, as farns ourselves am concert sit1, to grant every privilege nskc-d by the foreigbcr clid we deem il consi.iti'iu'with Iheprinciplos'of our government, in ciinsunance with those rates of action which should elinrncteme I'reeinoajttalTUs of ilio sub- versi'm oi' their provided their wishes could be attained without tt.eapening ihe rights of an'. elector. address purports to be an address of ilie foreign bill be discovered by reading liie proceedings of :ilm meeting which pri'Uict'S :he addrcM, rut a foreigner's but, the comrAry it is nothing more an addrss-Jof ihe (ocofoca parly, iliro' one of ii-- memoirs, who is himself anxious to fur his and his p.iriy's benefit, the assistance of t-hj -foreign vote in cgming We, fuf ou rsclves, and :liink we nrnsuslnined in ojir views by a large niajorily of Ilie American (iliizons, are deoided- 13 opposed lo Aiiieric-dn cilizons stnntly iiuei'ineddling villi-' the afi'aris of otir foreign nopuluilun. We to sec individu- als feigning a love fur them, whjcli bears upon f.ic-e the p.'ljir.ble evidence of hypocrisy, and every frnoi: ciiixi'ii iTtnUiit but deprecate' the fact that us irinu individuals should by .a corisinnt harping inlipreni" and" an-I by ,i vysletnaiic succession ol rnanrn.ivrBs, nltcmpt to mnke foreign populalion dis.saiislied with their station in ihe body rjcililic.', and .inflame qtfilexi'ilellieir miii'k with a pretended hJy liorrirof iheir political .of. the lenriers.) a restless, rlisftriTsiied, and discon- tented is produced, which, once aroused. will constantly rr.rilflo in their breasts nniil Financial Hubert PeeJ's plan for the renewal of ihe charier nf the BanhoC England, is similar to Hie principles advanced by Mr. Webster in his speech in ISM, on ihe Sub-treasury. The plan is to sepaiale ihe du- liesbetween a bank of discount and a Bank of issues undei1 proper control, and then leaving th'e business uf discount li> ilie discruiion of i lie bank. of Jaw 30, 1 ttlRlfitiire, either or w pourlnf oret lies, MuKic, of Salem, lon Co, N. Y. was robbed of on the 9th inst. at Albany. Look out for circtilalijig in the West, An address will be delivered befure tliebar of this Cjuniy, by A. W. Slow Esq. to-morroxv evenin? at 1 o'elock ai ihe Conn House, the p ublic gener.illy are inviled lo atlend. Wm. P. DANIBI.S, ofLockpoil, N Y., h.nd his irunt stolen from a Sieambonlon Laio Erie, on ihe inst., comaininggrHIOO. The money was oi'ilie Canal Bank. Lockport. O' Ojr friend Byron has nn excellent nride of door locus. We have purchased one ourselves, and have been favored wiih an ex.iminaiion of tht-m, and can iruly say iliat he has an arti- cle, which, in poitil bility nnd elegance, surpasses any ihing of tlie kind which wt hiivtf before seen. No man of in building n house xvill be without one of the Patent Situate'' pas.-ienueH on board ihe Madison on the !asi trip lo rlnflalu, pnld ihe ridkiwingcoiiipliineni lo ihe Capiain, crew, and Boat To CAPTAIN Theun- dersigtied, on board liie steanibial iVtailiHtin. tU'.sireio cxiiress 10 yun persor.ally, and ihiuUKh yon lo your ollicers and erew, ihe'ir ihan-i.s fur your kind aUention to iheir safely, CJinfort and and aNo, their nn- lust, !il t.i Mr. D.illus but bin brolii er-in-law, Mr. Wilfciim, ruled in Ilieirfiatirt. Siimr. Drt.ij Aincniiineiii nl Mr. Kinjf, ol'AI- abuma, to fftrikeotit the re- jected, at lu Sii Mr Dallas Uodpeit Mr, Wil- kins -cntf.d in tttf. Same Mr. Kinendincnt In re- duce the o: PIT n- ere 5 HcjecVvd, ftir. Diilias rvttng in nrgaliee. iSmnc ftfitj. Mr. .iinonilmrnt lo duce to 5tJ cenlH per ucrc wbich bad Ui mine laid dnwn tlir prn up the imlpii, nnd lift a few pocr Imiise. They could not be nld to out of the Wiirhl cdiiorially, having kick into olm-urily ihi- of tlif nob- Sic a body 10 n-hi h editors ooKMinitr pealins, hut frum which, In mlnrlp ihfy ire to- mlly disiin.M. nl prose or ntwlry, revhrw rilrre or Mapb- leii-trs, be comprised in cdletury J come under designation of nfiiu'ii wlio arc prune 10 living In nnd Riven 10 dtrilll Bui your rvliiur, l he mnn wrltn been over 5 yearn in market H.ejircted liO to '13. Mr. Uul'luM ruling in Ittr. urgalitt. Snmc Mr. Poindc-xier's aineiidmeht lei allow the rirw pt-r ce-nl. innteid of 10 Agreed to, 'JT to SO. Air. Bi-iilnu and Mr. Clay voting f'ir il Air. Dultai voting tigaiiml H: Sumo Day. Amendment of Mr. tlendriccn, to Mintouri, in- diunn, Alabama und Jlliaom (iOH.'IIIO iicren encln Agiecd lo Hi. UtMUoib, Clay mid Fre- lintfliuyseii voting I'or il Mi. Dallas wlinga- ga.inxi. it. Sirine titty. Mr ITayne'n ioatrifce out tliu objects tu the SliLii'u are to apply the land fund, so us tn ullow them In use IL an they pleased Rejected '.0 tu Mr. Unliui, ruling against il. Same'ilaij. Mr. llrjliinson'n ninendmrnl lo aeducc Ihe jiricc of uvrr yiMrn in inar- ket lo and to olj cents He- ihiiiiic of our in Iht dulljr lie. us it u-rre, nn InsoUiIrd and like f.-lki.-k, is" monnich olill Does 1'residt-ni ol'irn' United Si.ues, i hi- Gluei ii ol Knjihrul. or the Ottoman Poriirroininilnnf di'pr whii h'll ihu edilor ilioin wiibunt glovre V Who is li but ihe mau v. ho edits the tail lakes in liamt some hull'a inilliun of people M A lime, nnd ihcni to ilu-ir fitcrs Hut ili'J trt UTIHIR headed and ilUcimd.tioBfd wt 01 bciKns, who art- piling lo iheir rnln an I'nw iheir blind ik'httiuncaurnrry lliein t Woo ihc-dariuj; 10 sny NO in tbnsr evitf iis rln-y rend his jinpcr over iheir IOMC and cofl'ee 1 Who hni hr the ttrmtrliy to say thin pnblicopiiiiun irav wroair i .iiul moreover, who BCIK HA u eodl'itlher, and cuar.li.in lo any "-opinion" (hit obtains in'eoinmoiiiiv t Who but i' juctcd, UHi> 3-1. -Mr. Dallas -t ing against il. JJisiribntinn readinjf, 21 to 16. Air. ilnij. Mr. Bill ordered to ft :ld DalUa voting for il. July 3, Mr. Clay'a Land ilintributioii bill finally piisned the Senutc, 'M lu Mr. Dailns voting fur it.. liellj Chantacrs, Claylon, Dal- las, Uicknrinn. Dudley. Foul, Frvling- liiiysen, lletnlriclis, Niiudain, 1'oiinlcSli'r, Knight. Rudliiim, gles, Si-yniour, Sillslw, Spr-igue, Toiolinnoii vVebnt'T, Wiliiina. Brnwn. Ornn- dv, Hayiie, Hill, Kane, Mar- c'v. Miller, Tazewelt, Truuji, of DistrilnUion Mr some venl is found, or Iheir wishes complied qnalilk-.l approbaiion (d'llie genKematily and nr- with. I'esides rejvcsenlaiions arc made againsi Inne conduct of ilie ofiicers nndcrew; ami bee; Ihe Whiii party, nnd anirrusiiies L'ave llldor )'oii their best wishes and cf- V. embriera vvho.e and sour every Juris. Jor the prosuenly nnd success o! each of ll sour eVKI" j yon, and ol'lhe "nod steamship Madison, n Water street, next door toClnrU Co. eonnec ion with political urT.iirs. The ed'ecls of Erie, June 10, 18'J4 JOHN and filf, and U' ,tr friends iind the piiblic to call and exam- N. WKM.S. il-i.' yods and prices nnd assure ihem lhal buih I'. iKutli: lo s.iil e.cnclin. at the Wcsi SViinl Storp, 11. JENMl.NGS, Co. IK! f. i I I 'niin-, 'il at W.T. atietidlo all new business !'oi thr-laa- linn of oliice ri'i'eiitly iK-i.-iij'ied tin in. .v. CKUCKKK, Altornevs and ('minvi'llnrs at Law, Milivnnkir, W. T. Oilici- in the bric.U the Wisconsin .Marine and Kire Insurance C'oin- pany's Xill, '-M O.N 11. TWfcKl Y, MASS CKDcKKH Wlr-CCiNSINSAnni.K, IfAllNKSS Milwannie e Inn, We- T. liv U. Whei-'er si nl ,f (Jforcry Store, on. Street i g.'S ijrai.elul fur past favors, he snlic Ja? u Roiitinunnco of the rmlrouajri.1 id'the citizens of .Milv.'iiuliic and vininity, and having just a fresh supply of Goods, in the line nl' f'irncerirs, purchased in the cily of Ncxv V.irk, has ninv as jreneriil an assortment of us can be found in nny store in .Mihviinkir, whc.li IIP intends to cell us low as llivy can In- nliliiinetl lur i ji'in.li, 1711. 1 april II Ctibu Coffee, just opened nl A. G. DA VAN'S, '-I I. Soirh slorc Dewey'sconv li'uic Samaritan's a war- ihcbc c-iliu'ls have been themselves it. various r.nd of thd lalfi.sl and inosi disastrous Philadelphia owes its origin, ns we Liivc bel'uvc stated, lo these causes. The I'aci is, ih.il it is nol Ihe nature of nncultivnlfil men, afier brlirj pampered, I ran tied cure for lliengui-nnu feviT, for sale having been ndvanc- L. J. H1UJBY, SjJJCIlt mnyPO PIDKS Sjninisli jrulhrr, do Kltniii'hter do 100 do upper do oO calf siunx, sale by F. WAUDNKR. IJUSliELS dried upplcujusl iceeived al the crockery store curnrr Win. cousin nnd water st. F. J, BLAIR, npril _____ lots, pleii.siiiuly loeatpil. on ihe hill, easl side of Ihe liver. GARY WILLIAMS. April 1844. _ ____ f Hyson, flyt-on Skin, Old JL Uvson, KUnpowiier and imperial Teas, fruin Ihice shillings ;o one dollar, ai A.G. DAYAN'S, Dexvey's coin, block. 4O cons up F And irur.k Mamilm-Joi llier St'.re, m.iili id :l.' tt-r sueet. ii-1, .1. I'.IMW.S, ..binrl nnd Ch.'iir Manufn-nu'er, in ROBOTS' IVm'.-k, of Hut Uivei', at she .-iur. of Ihe Chair. All kinds nf Drafiiiiv. di'iH' in tin; best siylo. .-lUn-. to iHik-v. d.-e-J.'.V.J.lVf I.. .1. IlKSr.Y, OsMiier in Dry (loud-, (.iroccrics, Jrockcry, Medicines I'uinls, Oils, AVoods, Honks iind Sia- fllonery: Corner It-'ale-i and U'iscansiit iSirceif. J. C. GUAM till CO. and relilit dealers in Iron, Steel, JNaila. :md A "Pin-rut assirliiH'nl ff Heavy nnd Slic If Hardware, I, S doom nurlli of the Collage Inn, Milivuuliic W.T. KAA'l.IGS IIACKETT, Dealers in Unalish, Kn-nch and G.-nnan Fancy Porfmiiriv nnd J-.-xvi-liy, Watcln-s and Clucks repaiicd M ihesboi'lesi notiei.' one door west ot DevVcyS Coinnv-rrial ISli-cls, Milxvauliic, W. T. J. MAMS LKAr' .lust received and for at xvliolcanlv or reUil nl J. H. UeRIEMKU'S. junclO trill H.r> (1 K millltl KS. received, al J. 11. j DeHii'inei's Teinprrnnci- and I'rovitiii'ii Stole, opposilu J L fresh from GiTi-n Bav, -JO bbls ol'tiiia delicious fruit. Juno III, l.rlf. 1J5__ 11 UlDWAHi: IKON isTOKK, i n I tin: Collage Inn, a Hi: of the Kiinb Lock. C. CUAMKIl Co. wholesale and re- UiU-rain IRON Of all cotnpriaiiiij ihe lo xvit: Kiifrluh, Swedi-3, old sable, American, borae shoe, braziers' rods, iicroll, hoop, nnd bnnd iron ol'evt-ry width mid thickness. S T E L i EiiKliali blister, German, nxe, cast, nhenr Mid i every dosrr'tption from 3s to 40s; wro'l nnd cul spiites of difterent kindsnnd sizes. all ahes from 0X8 lo 1SXJO. llctirsi anil HuPtlteart. BLACKSMITH TOOLS. Imniinern, riles rasps, 300 nny 15, J-tj_____ PA ITU. REAMS of wrapping paper, jtisl rt'ceivt'd and for sale cheap nl ihe Boston Shoe Stole by (J. W. FAY. nov. 8, 1H43.____________________75 ANTKO in a store, a younK Who has had e.xpprieaee in spenks Gerinun and Enaiish. Good references requir- ed Addre-s box 3-J, Posl Office. March Hi, VATS'Tri und jfro xvhitu It-ad, liriHeetl oil, copal and juyian vntniish, gum ihcliiir, spta. turpentine, Ven.red.red tend, lilherajre, French yellow, clirome yelloxv, Paris en-en, chrome en-en, wliitins, b WAHDNER. twinu for snle by may 30, 1844. FllKOf.UlCK WARIXXGIl, Pealcr in Drv llanhvare, Orockcr> Oroccries, Medicines, Ujc Wnods, Bye Oils. Putty. Glass, I ol Kasi terand Michisn'n W. T. Anvils, vicoK, nnd screw plates from i inch to J MILL SAWS. Cross cut, tonnon, hand, whip, wood, keyhole, nud circular iilao a com pic tu Oils Putt'v house Ifiii'inings, Inrming uien- Oi Is. I utt> Wnss, A c A c j c c A Co xvilh an imporiiujr house at the rant, are ena- bled to purchase nt very tow rates, and nre de- termined to sell nta small advance, which will KlluTi URIKIJ of kiln dried lumber for sale at the planing mill on the eanil clienp for inanc-y. may PEKKliNS HEWITT. W. W. ISKAHAM, Attorney nnd Counsellor ai Law, and Solicilor render il nn for country mcrehnnts, far- in Chancery, MHwauiio, W. on lncrs. mechanics and lo Waicr-sl., East Waid, dirtclly over ibe store CiiH before innkiii" their puro.hnses. of J Co. W. W. G. willoiicnd JOHN C. CRAMER to nnv business ertntjled to bis cure IM Mil-I '4) KLIPHALJST CRAt waukie and the adjoining couniii-s, incUidins the ci.llectKm i.f nolcs and nccounls, the lore- A VAnn clo.uieorMonwgw.tfirtUlon ol real estate, C 8 I ANAnD. ol   doi super tipper will be i-3-i r UKOHGK A. COUNSELLOR ATTORN BY AT LAW, AMD IN CIIANCKHY, Office earner of Water and H'ttconsin ttrtltt, over p. J. Htuir't Start. w. T. TWEEDTfS _______, HOL.TON   i HotMution ttt the B.iliimoru Cotiveiiliuti llial i nominated I'nllt nnd I Kesalecit, Thai the Coiml-itiiiion nol confer upon the (lenornl puw- cr to coinuu'iiceand carry on a system of inler- iiul improvemcnls. Is inn SK.VATK OP TUB STATKH. Mr. inntinn consider a bill lu   In i} ItMaa-caUng man uifceih upon liimself turiil up liUReq tbp cridcj, und fxpress bis opitiluD plain ICnxlish nnd makers 1 Who shall say ihiit ilie rdiior livn liietarv potentate, he may neverihelcM his t'Xciitf Irotn .1 wreal earthly Unff, Pegasus he bi'.ii ides, ihe public. 1, cmi'i 'jiing mynell' lo believe It. It is a very common iliinj to In A plipcf snine such notice OwinRloihe Illness of editor, our readers mnsi of ioi-i.il mallet in lo-dnj's paprr." Some iiuy from Uiis.ihat as nn lo illx which llcsh is air IIR the nllimaie moral incnnvenioncex bin foruiiiaivlv fiir my llxitry, ii Invaiinbly hap- pens that MIIIV bi other rdiior, a few days urttr- ill n ihree line panftrnph (bit said editor, be is hippy has entiiely envirrrd from lilonu, anil hat his fiihoi i..l chair." Tt ix n I ways the noiice k n re lo follow ihe iHhrr M tuf if 10 surci.-i-d niichi. They never "make adit II." Now in ilie w.irid Im.'. become ot Ibt ihf ncwspaiwr mi-n of nncioiil rrpinu- No Old Moralllf llvlnf seen anviliinx   und l he veMry biuii.s nnihikg ibetiU Mlcertei. become v.'e.l vt-ised iu jar insiiiutions ill live j u M-in-.v, a'pinxi, il years. f June S'i, Islij Sennit? cmisidt'rri! Mr.Cluwle reported a bill for ihe purchase of Bpprcpniirnins for Morse's eleciro-masne'.icclelesraph, iind exien-1 by the Gcri' the bill Iiili-rnol nil (govern inent.. Mr. Kfir- to ulrikc -ml dinf! ihe line of coniiiiiiiiicniioii, by the same, to New York lioin Baltiimire. for the Cuiiiberliind river, 'vhirli he iu-i! The bill Inr the remis-ion of duties on rail tn a qnestinn, as il wua an nppro- mad iron for live years was Liken up and Mr. j ni.w ,jrk. Mr. llayne aluo mild Evans explained and advocated il. '-that lie was glud thin qiii-stimi now The Sena le Ihen wcnl into Executive session. emnlv ,llld raised, ll'lhia work t.. Mr. KiiiTira What makes ynit pnbiiah W inin-li ]nillviirks in your pnpi-r 1 I don'l Illti ihai sort v.uri .iml as I am Kiibscribcr I vnn'l jutnt ma scparii and have :hu kind in ii. Yours. JjND Sin I send ymi pfnsf nf poeliry of rtlf nv-n If you don't pnbllbh lljrou'll be fluked d Veiv respectfully yoitrn, Wtnoil., MH Kimr.TEu Suppose one min lien is sewed for Assail nnd B'llnrv HBil is Vidiiiul Over 10 lid-p pii-nf, and ihe wli.r seu'ed him licks n friend hliien licked ajjln by nnoilier friend of Irrthers and is ami licked by H whole of ttt aii't hi! jellified ill f.iM oneof oni yo'i her Hut nhe'it MeeseU awful, nnd as Ihey art iil'iaiil one mile carry nl'inr (nlher an old hnn.lk-Tclicr. TSe Vat. what hli "mashed by iCt slew pan Ube'.ler, HKI.I'-JKIP FKIHI-I-I, A party of wn> from Gl.-n's N, V., enrtiuted In rf puiiinc i hi? Roail.near Monday, dist-dverert ,if uuiiiaii liuiu-s. They were fuund tlxiui elfkl- een incln-s under ihe surface of ground. A- mniitf ih'1 bones lour scul  Colum- bia, Tenn.7 FIBE IN twi> sioiy framed dwell- ing hou-e, formerly t-nllrd ilir "Civic on Favene ne.ii ihe jttnciion of in Uiica, mostly drsircyed by fire last Monday ulitht, between ten and eleven oYloek, wish a smaller buil- ding adjoining on ihe Bnlh were pro- of Mr. H. wh i was insured for 9800 on ibe firsi and 
                            

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