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   Milwaukie Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 19, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               MILWAUKIE WE WILL CLING TO THE PLLLAKB OI TUB OF OtJK L1SJCR7ISS, tJff It THBT MBST FALL WE WILL THE VOLUME VIII.-MJMBKR 31- WISCONSIN; SAlfJtBAY, APRIL 19, 1845. HOLE NUMBER 396. Bcntiiul. Batarday Morn In K, April I 2. ICTTne Steamer Madison, Capl. M'Fitdytn, arrived here yeslerday, on her way lo Chicago. She encountered a severe gale on Lake Huroo. She comes out this spring very much improved. Her accommodations, liie skill iirul genilemnn- ]y ctmduct of her Cant, art such, as to her one of ihe safest and maul pleiuuDi palaces on Returning, she will leave here Sunday, at 6 o'clock P. M. We learn from the Madison that the Steamer Banker Hill arrived at Bn9alo on the 4th. Portrait Gallery. Mr. just taksn occasion lo call upon this Artist at his gallery, we finJ a pUanare in directing the attention of our citi- 'o his work. Wf always tnjoy a pleasing sensation in contemplating ihe of a friend, when deliniated by a nrtislj but Ihe painter succeeds in expressing, only the physical form of the person, but (lie peculiarities of charattci, and the habils and condition of his we arc made forci- bly sensible of Ihe value of such an art. In ex- amining ihe paintings of Mr. B. arnons which we recognize sevi-ral fjmillinr are at once struck wiih his successful portraiture of character, as well as the external T'he portrait of the Rev. Jf. J. Milcr is perhaps ihe most, obvi on.s exampleof this style. Whi.e, by a skillful management of the ttfht, the pain- ter hail contrived lo exhibit ilic lush, and intel- lectual forehead, to a fair advantage; he has iijhied up ihe countenance wiih a chariicteris- tic expression of animntvd thus left an index lo liie charter of his subject. Mr. BI.AIR lias oilier in which we may lake, some limirc occasion to notice. J3T Seme wag in ihe cily of New Yolk, re- truly poMtd up hand-bilN, announcing ihe per- formance of extraordinary feals.it a specified lime and pl.ice. Over 2000 people- assembled 1 .u.'enemies of liberty, enemies of the Fleas, al ihe hour, ;ind iiftcr liny had mai intir-h j of ,ral arc unfit exempluiy patience, and n nto-.: uoni'vilnl cii- I to dnoct the education of Swiss children. They FOItKICW NEWS. IIY THE I'ACKET 81I1F QUKEN OP THE WEST. ilatel to tkc March, and London to the In the lirilish House of Common! on the Sib, a Mr. Thornley alluded to the reputed fact that, twelve hotheads an samples of sugar from New Orleans, had arrived in London by ihe Frtnconia, and he wished to know whether this sugar, u well as that imported from Louisiana and other slave count'tei, would be admitted into Great Britain upon the same terms as sugsr imported from Java and Manilla? Sir Hobert Peel snid that those countries of the United States in which sugar was produced by stave labor, and admitted into England, were coun- tries with which this kingdom had at present reci- procity treaties. He would add, that ho had no hesitation in saying that sugar, the produce of the United States, incliuled under the reciprocits trea- tise, would be admitted under the proposed advan- tages. (Hear.) Mr. Kwart wished to know whether il-wtanot llic fnct that sugar, admitted at the re- dueed duty from the United tJlaleg would undersell the tree labor sugar of Mauritius and Java. Sir R. Peel was underitood lo say that he was not prepared with an answer. is e.iid that a serious split has ta- ken place between the leading members of the Re- peal Committee on the question of mixed educa- tion, Mr. O'Connell opposing, atid Mr. S. O'Brien and "Youny Ireland" supporting it. The while sum subscribed for Father Matthew, according to the Sentinel, is 7s, of which WBIO contributed by eight individuals! or TUB JESUITSrnou Queen of the West has brought intelligence from Switzerland, up to the Ut ot M.'.rch. The debute in the "Diet" at Zu- rich, on the expulsion ol the Jesuits, was one of the mnbl exciting ehtnacter. The entrance to the Chambci was obstructed by dense masses of peo- ple, ami it was ogly through the aid ol a military force that n passage could be made foi the rnem- bus. Tin1 business of the Chamber opened with a motion for the expulsion of the Jesuits, which motion was bustn'mcd by the presentation of peti- siu'necl by over citizens. The Uh-ruttats denounced the Jesuits without any of the leaders) charged lli'Mn with being corrupt in morals; hnving lust for dangerous, because the laws of the orderre- Mondav Horniuc. April St. LawreitM Atlantic Ballroad Cnmrisaiy, An net to Incorporate this Cimpaty has both branches of the Legislature of Ca- nada, and betn approved by iht Charters have also been granted by the Lcftit. Ulurtsjof those New England Slates through which it is to pass. It appears by the New {land papers that great interest is taken in this Railroad. It will probably be finished, as soou as practicable. This will be of great import- ance to the western country. It will compel JX. York to pot down her lolls to the lowest practicable point. If she dots not, Montreal will the depot of wertrrn trade. And whatever Now York may do, it can hardly be doubted that a very large part of western pro- duet, now jn N. Hamphshire, Ver- mori't, and Maine, Will transported into iftpte Slates via this railroad, when it iball ba completed. at ED" The trial of Rev JOY H. FAIHCHILB, Boston, resulted in Ms acquittal. 07 The N. Y. papers announce the death of Mrs. N, P. WILUS. UTThe Anti-rent wa: is still prosecuted with considerable spirit in several cr.unties in the Stale of New York. Many of the anti-renters, it is said, are determined to put down leiii of "Rent or their "Big Thunder" has been jury did nol agree, and was rrmamted lo jail, b appeared at Ihe trial that he was oae at thn-e who voted (orPolk and Dallas, This we should of course, have expected. We believe all the who are willing to violate CiJiiMitution, and substitute "mubocracy" for the l.iws of ihe land, will found on the name side. The following in relation to the dcbi of Tex- as is from an article headed with Ihe caption quire inipUit obedience, and because they have ju Hunt's Merchanls.1 Magazine ciuixed civil coitimottoi.9, mid furnished arms with f h winch u, assail libctttcs of Switzerland. They Marcn: riosity, it was. whimpered ih.il the way h.ul taken this ludicrous way  inert ihe interest em such of Iheir bonds as. Congress had invested the Smithsonian trust fund in The Locoloco papers of Illinois arc raising a greal clamor about this. A large portion of the trust funds wat invested in ihe bonds of Illin- ois, and she has not paid the interest since UM3. EXPLODED En- All sorts of veng-ancc are threatened. Some ol, Cjn _ powdn. Milu explotled on Su- the Illinois paiwrs go so far as lo propose to inorninjr, btit tho extent of the in- Cill an txira session of ihe Legistautrt nnd the public lands of ihe United States. This is perfectly consistent with the uniform course of the locotoco, repudiating States. Uibhoaesl men complain when they are compelled lo'Wn- or pay their honest debts. Oar Chicago fricueU may anlicipale llie ar- rival at their port ol n new article ol merchan- dize in th.il region. The brig Globe is now freighted with 200 lotis ol ice, aud will leave btre for Chicago wiih despatch. fBuff. Com. Adv. The correspondent of ihe Baltimore Patriot gives) the following news and rumors: Mr. Francis H. Davidge, formerly of llaltiuioro, is removed from a clerkship ID tlie Petition Ollice f Goy. Muroy, and Mr. Andrew Pprter (as I learn) appointed in his ttnul. It is expected that A tarjju numbur of Clerks wilt bs removed OH Monday next the last day ol the month. Ur. Miller, the present ThirJ Assistant General, will ultimately be removed. The pressure against him u vary hard. Ritchie and Heist have linallv been de- cided upon to conduct "The Organ." They will know in week whether or not, and upon what terms, (in the neighborhood, say ol from to they can Imvc "The Globe." At nil thejf are lo publish nnd edil "Tke Organ." flo appointment of n new Consul to Havanna SJMMS yel. The chances seem to be in favor of Jackson Smith, Esq. Tor the Consulate at Pins, now held by the distinguished writer, 11. B. Price, of Phita- Funded net of lyjT, 1841, IS'10, 1 yra Tlonrl i pledged, iO yn Issued fdi navy, lfr-42 nt 8 per cent 5 yn Tieili jiynotes Ijanci rcc( ipttt Floating debt Total debt This is, no doubt, very naarihe aclua) a- mounl ol ihe liabilities of Gen. Ham- ilton, a few years since vljind Europe, for the purpo.se of obtaining a loan on pledge of Texas land, but was unsuccessful. According to a corigressioml report of the quantity ol gtivernmenl land was as Acren. Eltent of tlir Toxtan Repulil c S'JU, IW.UO'J eir.iiue.l connrined hy Ttxas, Tex in Crania tincc bur indepen- dence, Military hollnty l.llldi, Land scrip issues, UnappropriatciT balance acres, 'It ICTWe learn fiomCapt. ihi-Schoon" er Eagle, that the Schooner Savannah run a shore dnring the recent siorm, and was wrecked in the Racine lhal several vessels are ashore on the East side of the Like, among which is the Schooner Sylvaius Marvin. Another Launch. witnessed onSalnrilay last, the launch of the new Schooner G. BoNKSTEEr., of 150 Ions b'jrthen; a great arqnsition to the Mil- waukie fleel, intended for the lower lake trade; is owned by our fellow citizen J. O. HCMBLB, built under ihe direction of Mr. BAREKH, nnd reflects much credit upon his al- ready acquired, and justly merited reputation as a Master Builder, This is the ihird vessel launched here during the last week, nnd there are more in a state of construction, There is no place on the Nur. ihtrn frontier, where grralcr fatiliite.s can be had, or better timber procured forsl.ip building than at this ciiy. Milwaukie at the present lime out numbers all the oilier places on the lake in her commercial fltst. jury we do not learn. The explosion heard at Springfield, ten miles distant. [N. Y. Express. Lord Metcalfo has given the royal as- sent to tho charier of the Montreal and Portland Rnilroiid. Boston lins been de- fentcd by enterprising liltle Portland. ID" Mf. JONAS L, PAHKER was recently mur- dered, at Manchester, N. II. of forty new lead mines have been opened in the mining regions upon the Upper Mis- sissippi, during last winter. The mineral lands oflownniid Wisconsin arc supposed lo be more produi'iivi- of this metal tiian the whole of Europe, with the exception of Great Britain. FIRE AT foundry, of Mtsvrs. D. Talcolt Son, in Ihe vil- nf Oswego, was with the greater part of Ihe conionts, consumed hy fire on thf 27ih ult. The is between and of which only was insured. Boll) branches of the Pennsytvntm islauirp, hnve on the 15lh of April, 1 final adjournment. HORRIBLE INCIDENT. The Artansna Unnnnr relates the fact of a from n too use of (intent spirits, fell into a from the Frcriefi i Episode f route tb6 1 Civil War In (Related by lla Spanink ttittariuh I To uederstand thoroughly crimei a Civil War carries not view it in its enwmble, bat 18 It not on. the field of buttle be arretted but iff the it. There may feund all the grief I liumnn u susceptible of; and broken utter deal tal subversion of ntlure. W! the body, compared ni.h that np band can beilT or the d'uwrde a warlike meltr, with whivh at times exitti lowest hovel. Let not Christiana, but rather tbe ion the liiwbaqd the wife, the litter; strife and hatred piiblio calamittea surlVrings, which secre core, rnuiter offaei.) Jnisery and derangement k_u well as the rlos against enoueh 'to perpetuate them fti Thus the following onecdorS is I many, scarcely noticed in the miseries of the Spanish One of the most splendid bod occupied, some months, t nand, by Do a Gcfnez del Visna, j _ among- the liclure of tbe Madrid Mh of Ferdi- h andtkilful nobleman, who, rewarded for hiiljmwlces by valu- able and important appointraenlir u-J----------- trated all his political the king, partook in vid had dencp in Bintf, the better to aii with his wlelits.' Two perai dear to his heart accompanied Tercsia his daughter, and D high birth, whom he had just law. This marriage, which tl comphshments of Teresia, the.......____ Leon, and the wealth and rank of both, promised so much happiness, was not possi- bly the imminent political crieisiilid retarded u, or perhaps the old man, soinewhaVimistrusti'ul, had had BO concen- person of degree of his blendid resi- regent almost equally lin the voyage; f.Lton a you til of jpted as son-iu- and oc- ''le character of caused the delay, in order to scat the young noble, some of whose had supported the pretensions of Suddenly Ferdinand died. drid; it was known he had joinei f fhe opinions of ends or relations ion Carlos. n quitted Ma- Carlisls, and that a corps of insurgents under it's command had penetrated into Portugal. The Ijanger to which he was exposed did not appear towislurb Teresia; for the shock of Ins departure haa left in her heart scarce a place for grief. The first great misfor- tune which we sutler, seems to sjanihilate at once all the faculties; it antonishea more than it afflicts; so that, when Leon suddenly aban- doned his dear bethrothed, it watas a death blow, and every thing in life passed beftre her as an in- sensate dream. She could not bntng herself to un- derstand how the interests of an unknown person at so great a distance ought to ht'r of domestic happiness. However, an instanft of joy broke in upon her misfortune. The piaRJdder abandoned Spain. The old nobleman to appreci- ate honor among all the he wel- comed Leon on his return and to the hand of at man became his first de- ceived many stran- deserted THS editor of tlie Portland Ei- press, in discoursing upon early rising, speaks thus: "Up with you! Don't sleep away this beauti- ful morning. Mary, Kllen, Abby, Phebe, Strah, Eliza, Jane, Caroline, Margaret, Hannith, Harri- ett, Adeline, Amelia! all girls, arouse and see the sun shine, and brush away the dew from the beautiful grass. You not only lose the best portion or the day, whilo you linger in bed, but you depress your spirits and con- tract sluggish habits. What if you aro sleepy! Jump out of about, and in a few moments you will be as bright as larks. We wouldn't give a straw for girls that won't get up in the morning. What arc they good Lazy, dumpish are not lit for wives or companions. Our advioe to young men who ate looking out for wives, would select o. female who dozes away the precious morning hours, She may be a help-eat, but never prove a help-meet." CT Mr. THOBFSOH, of Buffalo, holds out induce- ments lo Western Merchants to give him a For particulars lee his advertisement in our paper this morning. applicant, with wrong tntimonitui Bit, Folk done one praiseworthy act since ifjfactioa UM Yreaidentinl chair. He hat dwt pXMrlMja of Mr. Tyler's famous Clrac- aatnalt to tcjip murd to the In- oat of which ialeretted hoped to make We twig ktMr, dated yesterday iofcrmiof ws must be pre- state of mania n polu, :ind loft the Jrlc wns ncciduntnlly discovered a few days in the mud, stupid, sense- less and almost lifeless. He had gnawed all Ais until they were raw, and calMofftke fort and ruiddlt.fingtn of each kantl. "Ot.n to amount of one-third Legialature of Arkansas, fleeted to tf- present the people of that Bute. new country! a An Irishman named PATRICK FOHJBT, was killed in Chicago, on the night of the 6th, in an affray with a parly of Norwegians. CRIME in NEW YORK Judge Ed.mmds, of N. Vork, in Ihe courss of a charge Grand Jury, a day or two ago, said Ihat Sing Sing contained 413 males and 31 females Irom the City; ihe City Prison 108 main and 35 females; Blackvrell's Island, 592 males and 554 females; making n total ot persons confined in prison for crimes committed in New York City, of The Judge pro- nounced ihe two large prisons, as Schools of Vice, though established ostensibly for the punishment of crime. _ LOOK The papers South and are cautioning the public against counterfeit Mexican Dollars, large quantities of which ture said to be in circulation. Thry are made of bell metal, andcon- tSjia oalv five cents worth of silver. Ho! FOR OREGON. A company of emigrants for Oregon, from northern Iowa nnd Illinois, to rendezvous at Bloomington, Iowa Territory, so lo start on the 7th of next month. These emi- grants expect tojotq others at Independence, Mo., and then form a large company to cross tbe rnonn- thiaseuon. a solemn declaration, that any m on in favor of the Carlist party, felt them. The young couple selves unreservedly to the happi ing: to tl.e hope of no further the illusions that the experie dered more dear to them. 13uc it was not long cie, the low spirited and thoughtful, ai parlure. He wrote a great d communications, and had com gars. One morning was room, a slip of paper with Teresia, adieu! Pity but do not condemn the un- fortunate man, who dares not see you for the last an inlerview would deprive him of the courage to follow the dictates of Soon it became publicly known that Don Carlos had entered the Spanish Territory. Leon, had not dared to break the engagements which chained him to that fatal cause, now beeome more desperate than ever: dreading bis defeeition might be attributed lo the bad slate of afTuirs. When he again joined the Insurgents, nothing created in his mind any approach to a new He was astonished nt the appearance of the men they had given him to commend. In fuel he found some hundreds of Heroes in rags, ready to massa- cre and pillage in thu name of Don Carlus! Yes, in the name of Don Carlos! devastating the hum- ble Cabin as well us the all hu- man even Divine patience. Oh how much must civilized man surfer in such an impure contact. Such a punishment does not last long. Leon's strength of mind conld nol re- sist it. At Hist his feelings revolted; but, inured to the hoirors which surrounded him, tormented dreams of blood, images of terror and desola- tion, he so tar lost his just sense of, and respect for lank and character, aa to descend to thclcvcl of his ferocious soldiers. Soon he surpassed in brutal conduct these very men, whom not long since he would have blushed to imitate. All his passions underwent a total change. His very aspect became savage; his speech abrupt and severe: his gait haughty and proud. Leon, the once and generous youth, revelled in the wild orgies of in this savage liberty, this haired of laws, this contempt tor peace and social order. His band became proud of a chief who ex- ceeded th-in all in feats of cruelly, and was the first to put the incendiary torch to the palace aa to the collage. One day, in an unhappy, pensive mood, our Chief of liriganda, was threading his solitary up a woody mountain; and accompanied by a few ol his men, who seemed to respcut his silent mood; while orhere preceded him, endeavoring to find tia- ces of some habitation. Leon's visage became suddenly clouded; his appearance denoted deep de- spondency and total absence from the things around hand pressed upon his other placed on his breast. He thus murmured to I can break tlie chain which ihus attaches me to misfortune, I possess the evil and the remedy, both the bane nnd the nn tidote! Why does the mere thought of death disturb my soul? never until now have 1 felt the dread of advancing a step in life. Does not thisprcsentiment announce that my hour is come: and that I most bid a long adieu to this dreary last He would probably have committed suicide, and thus hastened death by one day, had not mem- ory carried.him tick to his dear'intended who no longer sipected him. He suddenly; awaked from his painful he cried, "give me life! give me At this moment loud and agonizing cries resounded from the extreminty of the wood. exclaimed DonLeon, "thismustbe cither hell or heaven thnt hears my prnyer. These cries could only announce the destruction of some rich dwelling or Castle. Oh; tha happy All the bandits rushed in the direction of the noise. Nothing on earth, except the bulletsof the C iristinos should deprive them of this vslunble prize. Now the Christinos were far sway, and the shrieks increased as the brignnds discovered nt the bottom of abenutiful valley the high walls of a mag- nificent Castle. Leon arrived in his turn, but alas! as he approached the threatened dwelling, instead of joining hie comrades in their ktud cries of joyful madness, he became pale, and turned his head; for there stood before his eyes the lofty towers of Go- mez de Viand! "Stop, T yoar villainous it which ejaculation his band stood with astonish- ment. "We will respect this mansion." The followers broke out in loud murmera. Bat Leon your Imndsl I know of anoth- er, still richer, a much greater prize, and we can reach it in two days." "Two repented the qeit in 'Tis to-day we hungry. We are tired. We want thebsadmaedtteirmusketi. nburn Jo'iWial. lerTe 1o myself a woman. She must depart free, i and tinder my protection. Let (tie rest be yours." "Ilifrruh boys. Ours ihe j "The night continued Leon, "light your fires. Let every sentinel be vigilant. Surround it, we must the Castle; and suffer no ouji to pass out but the whom I shall be iccumpanied. To-' four attention morroSS at break of day be ready for the assnalt, fcior of families, for I shall give you the signal at an early hour. which The fires were kindled, and sentinels placed; and mated the iitmates of-lUe Cabtlc-, some of whuse windows in but, a to- reflected soft rays of lighi, at rest, under the irths pangs of terrible tuneillitncc of those who dreamed ouly of lyjound which its pillage! (confusion of In alley in the park was walking a graceful yonng girl, her forehead bent in evident anxious thought. Thus had been Teresia LrdA's de- parture, resigned to her misfortune. Suddenly R pit the father, piercing cry of fright escaped her: a rnan had seized in the folds of Ills clodk and the of thi eve- over tbs how they iurround dwelling. It is u band of Carlists.'' Teresia raised her eyes to Henven, exclaimed the stranger, "I have the power, of saving you, but you must wholly aban- don yourself la my protection. 1 swear by every thing, sacred, that your person shall be respected. Let me then meet you at the lower gnte within an hour, mounted on a fleet horse, A man will cull you by linn. He Ins the means of conducting you through the enemy's lines; but he can save you alone." "Ob, who can this person be, whoseemsto know me so'wellT Tell me your name, that 1 may trust myself to your cure." "Teresia, answered the man, ns he withdrew from her; "dost thou nol recognize the voice of Don One hour after this interview, Leon was on horse- back near the lower gnte. His heart beat violent- ly. What piinful suspense! How fat.il the ren- dezvous. How hopeless the journey 1 e was about to take in company wiih ills dear nllinncvd; nnd how horrible tlie garb in which he appeared before her after long an absence. Suddenly the dear girl made her appearance, well mounted nnd enveloped in n large cloak; nnd the [wo horses set offat a rapid pace. The young Brigand occasionally whispered in hiT ear eome expression of pain or K'gret, which yuve evidence of the troubled of his mind. But Tnresia re- plied not. Here and there a Carlist .sentinel met them, but the countersign was tjiven by Don Leon and they passed freely. Finnlly when they had es- enpcd beyo.id the hist of the Carlist fires, Leon reined in lug tlie young yirl, who had received instructions troni hei beiiolhed, hero- ically pursued her journey without a word, or manifesting any weakness. Thft next moinnig at daybreak the horrible war cry resounded ihioujjh ihe lines. Loud shouts, hnrrahs, the voice of trumpets, the cbmg of arms, reverberated through the apartments of the Castle. The inhabitants'hud been disturbed from their sleep in a state of great dismay. The Brigands werr close wherever the eye rested pillage and murder was plamlv perceived. One being, alone, of all the assuil.uits, appeared calm and He walked slowly towards the vanquished Castle. And nevertheless it was from hia bn-ast that the terrible signal of attack wad given. Hut thencar- er henpproaclied this habitation once possessing all that he held dear on earth, aud which he, y.-s he, had abandoned to desolation, the nioie he became sensible of the extent of his crime unt. h.s misfor- tunes. He was unequal lo the tiBk of penetrating the ruins of the huspitnhle yel, this was not precisely the feeling which most over- whelmed him.- was a drend cf something extraordinary, something fatal wh.ch paralyzed his faculties. Mournful, and hiseyee bcnlc'ownward, he walked across the court y.ml, atrt'idy covered with arti lea thrown from the nparlmetitsof the Castle, and insensibly elroje la wards a, small cham- ber wliicit Teresia was accustomed lo use as her Oratory, or place of devotion, lie forcibly pushed open the door Oh horroi! There before him was Teresia on her knees, and her hands joined in pray- er before her crucifix! She turned i cit her head, "Heavens, is this a vision, Teresia? How came you here! Who it then thai 1 have "My leplied the young git I. Some of the ruffians had, on hearing Leon's voice, rushed into the chamber. The beautiful form 11 nd face of the betrothed hud maddened them, and with loud exclamations they violently la.sed her fromjhe crucifix Don Leon'series and threats availed him not, and forgetful of his indomitable and seeking only the safety of Teresia, he fell on his knees and implored them fur mercy; but the charms of tiie poor girl spoke louder, and the bindits were already cairying her olf in iheirarms, when in an instant, abandoning his despair, the chief sprang up with n suduen a fierce and frantic look on his pistol, level- led it and fired! The young woman fell dead; the ball had entered ihe brain! Now the BanJils. finding their prize emtehed Montlntc, April K. 'd all his claims same time made attempt by l..e- uld forever for- landoned them- of their meet- lion; and lonll triune ren- J3T The steamer Rnchetter touched here yes- lerdny morning on her way lo Chicago. will Itave Milwankie, Wednesday ibt 16th in the O1 In the case ol> (llht President and Trtt- lees of Ihe town ol Slilwaukie, vs Jacob Agun- us Weber, judgment was rendered by Justice Walworth on Saturday Inn. The defendant wns convicted df keeping a dinotjeily house, and fined according to l.iw. So far, But, lo step with a line ol a lew dollars, wuulu be stcompli-hing nlmost nothing. license r.uuu'ld bt taken from him, and such nn ex- ample madf as would Jetsr uihtrs from a ilmi- tar course. (He Hun. JctiH VftsNrwoflTii. Amonp other ihir.gs, it denounces him aa an kurataUe liar, and a humbngger! Weinworih is a p'jliticnl demagogue ol tlie iuwesi His political friends are DOW beginning lo learn that he is falte. Deep, tndetd, must be degradation of any Stale, when such men con be elevated lo ofllces oi honor and trust. Stale nnw reaping (he Tick blessings of locufucalsm. Shf i  rather HII universal tnlred of ninnkiiul, tlmn rerrnimrnt towards individunls. It rmlirr cold bloudcd imltfnily ol iliuu itic niiurr of IIMII iir.'uun iWlinim of hu- manity are fotgouen in ll.o .n i-i- of potiliinl r.mciir, and political ngpnaiinn-. And this profcriplicm i-his'd npun lilt- pit that miniated the nil, mums Trmmvimif A'l- gubtus Ceowr, Aniuny Li-pitlun: The ihcn lidrlity or aenerts. One Srcrrttry gives up his friend, to meet a rt'ciprocminn from his tnl- and nil the lirnot huiinr, to u sybteni ol riveted nliliorrr'd nolicy. and luiihfnl ni-rucv, intiiimrv ol'yran, and a kind heart all coul.l not 'Mnjor  diivi-n ihriiujil) il.c lynm ii-ni. glish foi Trap _ _ word for ATua trap; though (he lacl iiiitfUt In1 thai il was a highly inappropriate term, and oujjlil nol to he used." The were poseil, apd the man was sent abnul his but.ness. tin KM! cli hfj'l I'l. lit H KJHTt'ly an tine, llicrs Ill J J.lDXl'KiU- I ______ Mr. Jlancroft. Tlie Cl'-flani Onrlv Herald the fullu Don Leon's. He had resumed Uis w cm ted vigor. The seditions murmnrs way, and quiet WM re-established. He aiain showed hifriaHf such as was the moment rf his race nstrned. iliog At amount nwBWHiei It u sutud Ourt the money was (or louery Uckrts. Ths-bank, it is said, will not- low anything; n debuli'tng property, and his secnritiei cart imke up Mr S left sity. nnn-dnle of Mr. New Periodical. If rretiy ci'ncf.illv thai Qfiintr Bine roll, We hnve received ihe fir-l nnmb-r of tlie ra. M nfmd vlih r.rt Westan Magazine of Agritulty.it and Ilurti- aminini an. ieiit hill U-Imfkinu'ly di'fi- culture, ai Cleveland, n.. nnd editfd i-i-'ii: In practical in ollwr woi J-t by F. R. I. is a M..I, HI go. P- riodlcal of 24 is to be i.-siterl inonihlj' ul llie price ol one dollar prr nnnuiii. The num. wiiliin ilie venerable '-IH l.'Mirm of ihc bcr before us contains aitielf, tlie pcrmpl of UjMvcrsne-., ho c.iminni.e I with Oermao which is worth lar more llion th.; piicfnf ihe i periodical for tt year. Judging from the Rrsl number, and from the individual-, wlio are ex- peeled lo furnish articles (or ihe Majtaiino, ii will be condiKieJ with no ordin.irj decree n( talent, and be woriliy of the of ihe friends of Agriculture nnd Hm licutujre---- This work, and particularly re- spectinft Rsrdening, a nil Mlrelinn aM col- livmlon of frtiil trees, cannot be too commended to oat farmers and ciiltens. Tbeie i.s no reason why Wisconsin sbnnld not produce as good frail, and as mu. h ni II, at anjr of ihe Eastern Sia'es. A Ifttle on th'part of our farmers woold soon furnUI. with fruitt good any DOW produced abroad, and nave Ihe trouble of Importation. A fond, well cul- livoled Earden of the most beautiful ibtngs which ihe eye of man It is next in heauiy lo ihe blooming fea- turtsof ihe youthful coontenance. is not busy 10 no purpose, which rears flower, or trains a The example a Dealer hus- bindry.or inoreusieful low on the cormoanlty. We commend lo all of beautiful fcrws. 1e tt Itmation, iniMp.iblf Inllnjr or Ing m the miprrffci and m.iniif in H< rnurncd to counity, and CMitntri hlmnell with a liters if tDktill.lotl, with vltw of teaching the youBf 'AMfrieM MM "hovrioshooi." Hefivti aqwtl 41- reeilofi menin) and Briyietl of his pnplls, solemnly lanotmsfus; tSt "Thus they do in anutttt la a.rmsnt." The and ih.y dci in aerefmy." men t of Ibe body Md 2 regalmvd and stricily fOOlWfMlM   

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