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   Wisconsin Free Democrat (Newspaper) - June 13, 1855, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               CJ1KCt l> tfOOOI' OFF1CB, SISCHAiB S 1LOGK fPKDIO IT r trKB. WISCONSlOREE DEMOCRAT, I V (I I M N I' I t ui t--  1, il) to I 40 00 i t l -il r l l t r 10 wu ti i I (W I 1 II I I II III BY S. M. BOOTH.] In tenrratir BMa: "jte Ipmjn" DOLLARS A YEAR. VOL 28. At ortwr Chmtnl hit r Titit, that WM no Tfrryb.lBf AndUb hat fffttnl doctrine of thow wko MILWAUKEE, WEDNESDAY, JUJsE 13, 1855. Ths Patented Hollow Slick i ift< r eopj fnvurft i ut w kits I of IJruk. inadi of ht, drj dtiiti   nt iu t r I HA inteirntetl lor if this m w u i ml H tnr i nut tu hi> vO ut it H mid ir n it, vi I e it tw niti) me nmvernuH) 1 ht iuw. i ittrtnl i-i i inch mon ly i ilium d through ihowir'd tnan tl f frrm w hioh gt oil eom i u n bru k t, b wade I nut) nnd cmi b found w hn tt w ol i t tht dt m.d il Uit> cuu bo HO ton a into ft binutiiu) il iml If bnilfUnit ntlt will h i it r t nl IHU d 1 liumhul und ttorial th i Uy tl-t nrt nutnbi d ttu I i n tl mi r fn  bt dU< r ow tr to ichrt u e ii lu I ate 1 by tnunt Ihe on ntun fd bt it rit ITIOH t ID will the v 11 u tilts'" j) n r to reunt jinMMirt momt ire ud e tl I Itl j v. 1. hiidiiu Unit um S 1 i I'K ui t irtv 1! v- wftll foiiof 1 by brick ilut i lion cf ttdit tor riretili hcMtui tho tmUi and imioi ma i tlon b) KtiHltlink nnd Intlniii, n an ick nil So Umt tit int r tun tun r iuifi.ee tifth wall nndtlit r tli n it e tit b' m ido tl e iihunl ur agiue heraelf be under the care of au In ni tn doctor, aud w hat eonnef tion had thia vith her i pined} T Ihisi (jut at ions are not though, tiflfaetorilx, answered as the for i the principles un which umritnuccs uro e-tpl'iiued a re not NO gen 1} nmteratoi an 1 acknowledged the C lam 03 mice Ahich the fornu r ti lu auuwi ring theifti queries, therefore inudt allow me to be a iittlo mure prohx e htae nil heard and rend of the XV itrh M) r er ift und of former centariea ui runoutf countries of 3 urope but we hare, per not til stadifd it with a view to pructi ei I application to tbo proaent titnt and present pi efiomi ua ct un gUnee nt u fww. ul thi KittureH uf thut V iteherhft find evon M curiory glnoce can h rdly mil to com nice onu that thoat affected it tto nbuurnm) conditions eliwe 1> rent .dentieal with that uf of ievere pliyucftl exercne in daaciog ami ro uid their phyncal lysttm expenenced th corresponding effect Our paiieat had TL id coaception of tpint of as Indian to ejeciiagtheoffeDdmgpiii from her Tl m ati-ong mentftl impreiAioii produced co rfip'juJiOft phyaica! romitiog mctu- ni'y occurred and the cure fvailftppity effected It i cuu of lonuinerkble examplei of daily oc currence of the controlhng pov er of the mind rthe power the e tent of which in phjsiciana very little appreciate and very in employ for the of their pf bieuls Fur example, wheu a phyeician en- te a sjek room, aud oxnimi mg hu patient, iu an excited and alarmed manner declare! it, in hu presence, to be A caw uf jeuuioe Asiatic chulera ot the most eharmetor, and t.i owmg oti hu coat aunouuce to the patient in I the laiudy tbnt there H pleaky of buimeii oi haud fur them all, he haa probably wealed th fate of hta patient by the in ratal iniprtiisum hi has made upon him and certainly demon Mt ated his own jmcompetency o eren mingle w th the Hick, much Icwa to dictate tberr treat I III Bt I look, then, upou fche discovery of tlie at nburablo to tho lad> internal conscious n ejection of it to h ir own intuitive prcrSi nt dn> One cull u ditltircruu wan td Witchcraft or ttu t to i. all tbi. imtn MOUN-HIM lit! Wiiti rti Ml ill it) 1 i o unch H t juipatuou be It hill 1 I Ht MlltHllint HI HlO lit If I S f h j i Mi i r nth will 'it t i nut Itil ni m uimhiiit Vn nn ika ih full mdt i etin tnk t 11 n tl at lin i h c h M rfMil thi On IK in that tli re ic h Mm the 1 1 tt -51 MNH rtterdu> U It Lht t un un ixttink U ui tu the LHteriu u nhr.it II wilpmrtthr 1 i niimKnnm him di n the Uno t St Loum nei to bt 1'nuln dutu bv wn> uf lucaj_o (ind Hi vs.h mttki) m fmudHwl er ton iclcn (tph Mi S Hijirhmpr mined u tt> Msit Milwuu net, 11 hir. ttest ru tin i Atil w triinL tlmt e iiiont, un ntn will ti n.idet. M upport initi of i n nn' n i i tin queHtiuH J ho Sti J onit 1'tnffy Itau U o ntwn thut w tho Know N.tnmg ciuididato u return ii( d-inrtt 160 It r iU> understood thV 1 U r e r futn UWW (d h id tind t oi th 41 1} tti nan Nt( other hpuituaham lint the j fMiomenn won iltntiialsn charncter Onu gicni nnd feature ol thin tor uiei hbnorinnliHui wi wiuh burne iu miiid jilienunif IH ol spirit hbtiiij; [i tinkd uith i) prcWiiUHg btlioi of tho mid place 111 M hieh t! u phenomenn prevailed I i thi tunu t f JHUUK I of beutlhiid witeli b tea an A? i ugly previiltnt n nn> whu irractHMt it, having entered into an i r Liiivnt ith a spirit niatruetod uud a d by it ti> euro diHiaaee 1 heat, i  utliur BpintH t mri h  Utogethei too hen she yields tl j honor of her cure to another She ought ti claim it aa the runult oi hur own H od and we should avardtu her the c edit even it nlie 11 modeat on tugh to concede it to H. defunct Indian Doctor What turfhi r ci cntions Mr t litor' AN AN ri tioi DLU  for diu ikenneae, and a man uamud C hriBtinn Ociblcn committed or larceny nom tour bbU Wool bales Sliipmtntu of i hours S7 1 900 30 ini Milinun joinstl j northtin i i the cuurst oi the 1 Ini C i in mn) It f nn tu In i> i r thi n 1 thiKmff- no proiuiHi s are tt to itn 1 1 it is. dtuly ifulcncc ItH btht Ini iidu tht tii Inn no n tn t. J 1 t r. n ittti t i tli tr t illil'i d in I ul lice hi i -hut i it UtW Paper Ift npptitor hfiH J1QOO or B i run and 11 o King nearly nut mi.ji i itj in irgn in tluiii I lerte f noil 111 a >nn at aca, and no aooi i a juiitlcr of it u juicnv LI wan it known than became con tt MUUH iu compnuy and by tlio Hid of of haung pioduced the "torm tor tho purport of dt htroj nijL, the Kioj, Vt fiiiotlu i time and place thu tchef was that thoit in ith tilt is witehey ttliait mediunit} (laafinbled at titu t d tiuats in ccitiun wild u or in a church htif the) ti et tht DeMl, whn baptibed and 11 it 1 hia mark upon ntmtmtos, recordud their i Hii.i.3 in hiH boi k pieae lud t them and then ELtthuuall tu mting dunking tUuimg and caroiiBiiii, til daybreak wl en they were nil i earned home the) n a demon in the toiiu ot a goat or a magic ptick I hia was tailed the Saubittli hotisan Is coimeioiiftl} vaw all tins, More pro i cut at and ptntic pautu iu the eeromuunjs, con lobHtd it at thu expense of their and gtuc Ktnlugucn of thui netiuaintances whom they faw thero Ono n uu whose wife ctmfeKdcd to tten liriL tlitae tentlitnrtiitrti watciiod Jicr if isb >n Itij ti'lic in is rjtiutL ew 1 rtb n tKAitnatt 1 on thu JO inilt-H jbovo eonflu no. iihiri i ho t i i lit) ecu and IIIIH u [mpu1 ttiu i if lilt) Ot i t V hi ux C i in 1 i UK lit i u  C Hill I he Ohw I ntrr.1 Lilian rn i n nn t   brtak v hen ahe rose and went to bed wakiiiii in tho morning uhe u detailed account of tho perloruiau High Fnce for Wheat V tai u crfroin Merton V nukiehu Co uold a load ufaomc "50 busbelaof trawhitu winter wheat in city this fore c aucd for Col foi c ilhng We bt thu highest figure paid for w heat in this city MMUM- Btctuoei J artd comiug out of Buffalo, on Ihureduy e cuing the lint ult ran into n schooner com u g into Buflalo loaded with 000 buahela of v beat and owned and commanded by E 31 of Canada Went Mi Strickland ne lost, and the only other person on board n uned Pike waa Arhcteu higncd bj MTWB v xj. LL ii A L c A abMttwo mlto. from thu Tillage A boy fiirt Und ,aperi of morniag contain the pftrtictt. f t m that cifcv on Saturday H ght of a barrel head, where before It vaa aolid Tho ommflncement of the diitnrbnaen it ap Cottmg away a portion of the a fear WM Cfcaaed b the porcha8a of F tjn fiquc by theMaj-orand ititransfer to tbe city feet with about a foot On b CMtingvote m the Boardof Alder oneaide, he bottom iiwloojie pole wa. Jn P M An attack on the into it wreral feet The inner bml( ng WM begun chiefly by boTB throwing about the ordinary cutern having an archid Mayor Wtfcen appear. land la dr-v Iraine asw rd with two military compamce which ha rdgrprj put The appearance of tiic mill ,u.i i Frm Den: DHFAM1MG8 WHOLE iNO. 548. WEDNESDAY, JUNE fi I85C. For eight prenoua to the 3Sd tost, o ie hundred and eighty and twelve hundr d head of atock passed tbe bridge, about ux milei west of thu plnco, destined to settle le- tween thu place and the South Bend !Lant Friday we counted twenty four emigrant wagons m light, waiting for the ferrj to talto them over Over 100 wagons are w tbm thia ton n. and now coming to croM at thu point La Crowe Republic a H May JPfA The Democrat that OB the 26th 107 teaiaa were counted west of Bamboo witat of Sparta headed for La Crowe Tho now Bridge acroil the La CrosflQ Riter, was to be com p tu ted lait week OP BEALEST4TI- KIlHiBcld 80 In aectton 19, in Genesie, foi f 1  Mills Duun dealers in w oodpn vnre wue destroyed by fire this morning and tho ad IOID ng store waa badly damaged C nctuo June Llcction in Illinois ret Ward, 11 majority for Prohibitory uor Law Third Ward, 20 againat Fourth Wa d, )11 ftgamat, Sixth Wi d, 78 against Sev nth Ward, 400 against F rfeuprcme Judije Caton Itae thub far about 10 uaj 0 roWA JUL.U lor Ctitoii 73 For Prohibition 49 tho firat case, aud nlie has now lenily recov erod JSanhcMku I'lttintlciito M M Tnylor. whjlivesjust acroBH the mcr Jrom thia place Juund tne ad body of a man floating in the river, jn Iin.ru day, the 24th mat No itiarkn of him On his person wna found IG M eeut in motley, one silver watch three trink key a drtaa brown frock coat black cl >th parts bJack aatiu icst and fine booia ticket for a deck pnssnge on the atoamer City litllo from Galena to U mona g ving nptuf as n Stiatb The property is in the handu of he Juatito Mr la) lor In TOJSC RcjutMi an May JUtA A On the 17th mat Mr kuott, while on thu wnj to tht Land o Ice, tf pay for h aland containing hia impiovemeatB and homo, tost from ockct 20U dollars in If t u of the a ten me exonerate the as 1 10 nchoonor was cipttun from all b nmo H .owutg no hght9 RMI MavtMf NTS, IN i i tiro.id tneutint, wns held at 71 ebraska City on t e 10th ult, f r tho of taking mto consideration the feasibility ot constructing a r uhoait through tho Houthorn ier of eounrieit i Iowa, and ot funning n. co npuny tu aid m E id construction and also in extending a "oad i oirt kebranka city weatwnrd They hate a vorv popu 112 Boston c tiled the "tincture oi bartej KNACT has been appointed post.nns t r at tho Ten Mile House Milwaukee Co vice Smith, resigned i no IT tX. MIL vi K R o of Ohio, have innde a contrnct ith thu Detroit ife Milwaukee R R Co.tr 1 nld their tars and the sum of OO11 u the i mount in their coin] letum A. i UBI ic meeting is to bo held at ID pi gold lie haa been unable to recover it wua bis ullj hiri working oxen and cows hav.nf, been mortgaged fin H part of the mone> It ia propoaetl to take up colleetit ns for hu relief m the churchea in this villngo on Sun day morning next Point Pinrrg U Ann bis would burpnso alia st any om of oui cit yens to beitr of the ver) 1 tridi carried on here in barrel making One 1 rm alune N D Houch, manufacture and 01 ery week between .iOU and 500 wo th 1 hut linn though amonj, the largest, IB but >no of ten or twelve m operation here, ao tliatflf mo notion nmy be formed extent of tho bum ncBi Packing bbls Hell itt 00 91 25 Halfbblu 7oc Uutterlir Dem Rl- ESTATE Langlom sold hia brau tiful place on South Main street, IttHtTliiiradax, to Mr Uunhain paid, we are told We don t object to Mr JJunham becoming a resident of Racine but we regret to henr of any of our citizens selling thi pieces which they spot t time nnd laboi in ben ttift Racine Dem ALTIOFNT bt y w as run fiym at or r ver bj a team oc Thursday last directly in fron oi our Office on Mam St lie was immediately taken in nevercly injurpd anditiaeurr ntl> re ported has ninco ilieu" of his item VALlum r CARGO n ght luft the 3 rij. Belle, Aiken, left port with tha n m on Snturd.y evtnmg next, to make arrange I most valuable cirgo ever sent from it in one r appropriately celebiatmg Fourth whole at S-tOTOIH) cnts fi f Ju y Fourth at Maduon Iho cit of Madia on Ht the ijcJi a Sabbsib itnhich hud Use on celebrat ng the Fourth of uly by a Regatta on Lnke Monona, including i and ruwiug mcvtclits The first prize ill bo tbo Mfidiaun colors i pen for competi i h i n 1 i. i 1 Ik Ut ui nn t t u l 1 it tht mouth t I IJlack i till the water rise 1 tn tt al i ui mi 10 Ceu ril E ui Road MIL ntn f c i tic cunt let on 11 tlm wtrk r 1 i i I K id tn MI thi. Mnti litu tn i ui 1 nt C di ami will com rk is -t r t 1 r i (hit h I   ol Mr i i ituitt 1 nl otti MIX null eiu-t i i i-. nh elj riimnme Ibj tin i Mi 11 runs 'xmt M th tn a I 11'tl t hi iin< hold c -mis in I eluthti nrt u  in I'i-t" i lit thU t bo lull ip I r his li i Imt tiwi 1) 11 nu I< It f tlioht itltcttd tht. mediums, atru t ynhmtud t tho tccltsinhtic puigr, i nit be mi i ttitirtlj ttmdoK In uthcr words nil he utiHJ iMt who pats ei into thu abnormal date siw n i I d Imt theprtcBts ud mid w (it f couuu believed, obi vnd i Id be RCI u in. experienced exninpUn tu the I in tun I tin i i t r b multiplitd N w Mr i- diloi will i ti or bptrituiil niibwer me injLcitii n or two Did nil these uf uf re ilfy In al tin -sf iritunl i whieh tiitv t'lej Ii 11 trwau it imtu 11 m 1 nUuuii itiin And why did tht} iinftKUti thi hen undu the cnro of li mo nud inipa htn m t the answer ti th r. n iiu will the to M..UI sceoml juerj i v in If itudt i tne nre i f nn lu lian Doctor f Hoth (juttttiotiH are HiiswtroJ lothc who an in called uiulwmu w 1 L n in tluir abuortnnl c ml it ion, rv strung mental ii ipreBfUtn n refllit) iu 1 tin [r vittluu btlict in the snpt.nii.tu al t on ti the while State tho second a cup und tin r pnzf s graduated bt low Convicted of Poiwning g was tried 1 eftrt tin Countv Circuit Court at Ikhorn, laat week for thro Mng poison into i 10 well of Mr Stcbbuut found j, nltj and untunced to 10 m the pon.tintiarj It appears that Long had hi d difficulty with in u Uf .000 ANatural Curiosity wore shown by Mr of this pluce a decided osit> a butternut imbodded in a aolia piet  her ht-sbind horsolf mto tho Inke near tlie llreweiy She WHS supposed to bo Rjmcwhat iif-fint Al idi son Patriot 5th mt( fai Co WISCONSIN 1 hia village, about 10 miles north ofStoitris Point the prmcipaltrnn iu athon county nnd will undoubtedly mafev y tnra be the most central point in nil tbe r c It IK tho residence of our lieprem nt tno in the Legislature the Hon t> doe, himself a boat in alt that per nine to the and elopmcnt of tho resnure a of a new t ountr> ns and t x pen en ecu i ipon HII innocent %irl i ojinn fcted on the preui provoked thu t summnrily itato tbe uuiaauet bn IbeCaiadmu it r Frtn ts! loaded with fl >LT tit was sunk seven below Qgdeusburgh ootheSSthult The itcidtut wagot-CH" nucd b> port holes being It ft just w lint i thus F, thatmeitinl i nprtssion The and i xptrience what iiKL IN B urre 1 at tht n fei uth Boston unptrtv A sittiit S( rciN Ou iht Jd mat a iire oc i rner of Quini y and D fetrerts, coi Minimi, 000 worth of peiagogue a laughable story of ne of Lu scholars It I w llit ci mp i lit ue tkUuii i t A mt t ti t vi UN ixpoettowee ind bcftre UK> of the meral lale K 3 told him to spell mto tn. nbnoruml .tot 11 rmert, the) t commuiced Pat ULCled tv be undf the i t utrol of >ot horte tilitr uud tbe but b> au t-atabhthtd law tilitv mini rt n I what i (xpectod the replied Pat 'an   to play the most nftbmr length eo bring to dtft-nl pit nrt tht M nri I THE little Oainagt n that did u nte4 and in two ,n morning looking tmtgard and fa years the be cut off Tim brtrMwill tigucd aud eihauntedalthough their bodieihad itholatp rrrrt fc of qmaeence? They them BOW'.Jr tbe Aerit putting them through ft afg fat cour knew one to felt to grow of and pfitting I have 10 dreamed of music, such as Serap] tnil brario on tbcir wings know, of snow Within thppower ot tbeir delicioui t nes, My soul lias seemed to toucli thei golden tlirouti I dreamed ol Iriindship puie as K len air, (Ere sm had wltitperetl to its stainlee Kro envious bhsts had aluni; its pcift leaf, And bound it blooding to life s saddened sheaf I vo dreamed ofloie buicath her sk> serene. Have watched her lone waves dimpling up hor stieam, Forgetting earth fancied all In dreams I loved an ..'tirthh heax utc it 'In meet to all vour dr nina nro sweet, But raging fountiiiw, oft still natsn ueet So in Ireama the vtujward fane es play Tht w Itlest pranks just at tho dimn jf dn> Dt 1 IHEST DjiMB Out' Tht Hlminutration politlomnH, U> the flat tcnng unction to their souls that >he Anti fueling of the North is dying out As if men, with hearts in their snil brains in their heads, while memory lolds her The Ozaukee Adnrttur don t under stand how an editor can have anj principles or rules which may not be broken over H r a pe ouniar) consideration Tt m ralation to our lot statement eoaeimug the Ar.tic nni the woman drowned at tbe Oiaukeo pie If the Frtt Dtmocrft had been mclia.d lo dims jtwtice it v, ould have done so on tie stat t But no it unst wait and seo how much the Arctic would pa) for defense Theae autinpndons being disappointed, of course it must crawl out somewhere, and frames an excuse" A r And by via) of encouraging us tn do aa ic wants us to another time it the Statmcl does it justice (or which u baa received souio tbree or four new Daily subscribers in Oiauki e ith tho When au editor charges another ith editing hia paper on thoUnrfe mail system, he should bai e sotue proof of such ehargo For none but irrofesstun.l blacklegs see n gambler in every uoceotl) dreased cituen We don't plead gutl'y to such insulting accusations as tlie Ailtertucr makes, but if that sheet w ill give an instance where we hare suppressed the truth for pay 01 have defended oi corpo rations, for mono) we will publish such charge with tho proof in our columns, without note or comment ia J pubtttM cUf, d.ffe ent It t "1 he auntion n, or DO bi KardtotheSoiiiher.iportUaefN.ArtP.lU. hBTf with ua many lti.wttir.AM torn of t'tttt n. i mongit the toott ent.rprUHn popular ctln )na. aid we are well awarotbat say 1 ut little in regard to the matter, they ure bent upon ettabl.ibiuff Hke peculiar In S mtbtrii Nebrufca, tf it CUB be done by a maji rity EmtgranU from Southern are noring hen, touth of the PlaUe factor, lerrapi, than any ether Emigrinti TOD Northern are at prvtynt in prot ortton to thnie from the bouth, and ai iouth of tl e Platte Rivor 11 already thu aitwt populoui port on ot the Territory, and it it ackn wl d by all to be by far the heat turiCMltural )art of Kebrwka, it a mntt orth now lenina that not Do but Atchwon hatched out that eiil and that truthtul history will deny to tho IlTu OIB Sena tort tbe tntaoiab o pittance ot glor> vhich he ol beinjj; the arch renudiator of a solemn eovonant' JLightuen moutl H before tho project of repealing the MUHOUC Cotnpro miso waa hrst broached upon tbe llu r of Con gieSH by Stephen V Dougine it runj from the stumps m Western Missouri as the s oguu of a battle, into tho thickest of which tho rough settlers ot that far away region wero urged by ]X lorK, June Havana Ihe j the brilliant promise of frtsh field und tec nship BtncL ftarrwT nrtneil this mo-intiff t tares new, w Inch would tl en he in huihou be '............fore them Ihe turbid Miuoun win the new Jordan, and Kiuie IR the promised I annun JJioy touK tbe pluiige but instead of a lind of ponce, bcautv and plenty they n ade it a land of of barronnexB and Hood Of chaiuB wLieh they carry with them upim the wriBta and nnklua of their slaves of blond which oozes from the ot their ftorthcrn brethren whoso birtiirijfhtformore tnan twea ty yeaiatiiB free sou ot Kansas vu 8 anil of barrenness which God m the ordei of Inn Providence, aud in the course i f Mature has mBicted, and ever will ui hct upon those of hio creatures, who suck by fiaud, by foit-e, oi to east upon >thers the burden ot that great lyth awcnt of wit Havana dates to tlie 1Qtb thrc ighout Cuba and buomeBS Tvaa improving lin o wiis areportthatthepmonersvhowere detained at Havmm probably bt sent to t o galley B in Africa Small Pox and yel ow t did not appear to be raging to anv tt naid era le ustent igarn farm ut previous intcs Molaeaes sc u e at 'H i., reals P >KT9MouTH Jttnu 2 Tho U S 1 rigato Coi titution Com Majo, arrive 1 tli 3 A M three yenra ciutee w Tune 4 Ihe Vessels oi Arc ic Expedition wont to sen, to da; tbe ic annual meeting of the gi o day odgea of Fre imaeuni tnkea p ace m thia uty during the )re ent week arrived Large numbei-8 of delegates Ire Fatal Accident Boston Ma> 31 The Cot otiMill 111 Maee was destroy ed y fire last uight The null wtie principally i od bv Meearg Upbam. Tueker A, Co, of thit e.ty, T W Gilfia of Nashua, and John Sm h, ofZieicester rt- d for Probable tire in fsorthLeoin ubter lust night destroy ed be paper mill of Willinm 1 Parker, with a lar L amount of stock Insured CntbeN" "i Central Railroad this forenoon lSa( ion Juaureue brakemau wne eruahed to defi U between tn cars and NeUon Gordon BWJ ch tender wua run uud .ullcd June the L S Diainct Co rt to day Col Kinney nnd U S Consul la ens mere called up and not appearing their roc gmzances were forfeited and w .rrantn we e issued ugainst them A despatch to the Iribune this M saya tha indications are thit tbe MnEsauliUBot B del Cation v ill not be admitted to the K Js eoi ention the credentials being withheld b> Fresident Barker on account ot the mfor iuE ities ho following IB the Exhibit of oui Ba k statement GoJ in iset IJj specie, 074 increase, 142 circulation mcicase. mcreaao, he annual meeting of tbe stockholders of the iNe v Jersey Kailroail, wae held at Brims ui k vcatcrdn} Ihe annual report ahows a un orm increase m tbe items of the previous jc r except that of nett earnings in winch a B u U decrease is exhibited Die Loardof Di ecturs were re elected iLTRoir, June steamer Illmoia, he ce for Lake Supenoi, witbSidnej Webster Fr vate Sccrctarv of President Pierce J TV Jb o late Clerk of the House oi Represe uta tiv s, and other officials, is aground on the St Cl ir o win the N Y Common Council N Ju o "J In ur Board of Alder in last even ni} a resolution was offered b> Alderman Br 2gs cnatmg refloctionn upon certam appoint m  the i EI ibiief apeech eoniplimoiitingtheni for their good hnrauer, diaciplmo efticietic) ami good appearance pledging the Common Co til to do anvthing leant liable tj swer (heir offering, uud ending other nice things nppri pri ate to the oecaemn At the elose of tho Mayor H upeu b ihel tre men ma relied m procession, down Jciiuraon to Mielngan and to Water atiett and up Water to Oweida street and eroding Oueida Bridge niniehed down Went to the in frost of the Menomonce Hotel, where the> weio to make n tual of their ma VUUH gitafc l U til tUCCtlt Ul thy brow tfiou shaft rarn thy Provj chmw We go to press ton etirU (or further dence permits no uca-ioua periorina ice of tbo particula K We noticed that tht luciuboia of exigency of high man nit Engine Co No 1 ami bnautiful u what lie has brought upon hixuselt to endure David Ii Atchiaon waa tho ouginattn ot the Heheu.e of deviltry which makea Kai aas a hell upon earth n field for the exercue of bad pus sions and for the of crimes, itttho recital ot which thb flesh creeps '1 hia man Atchison, politiciilly a blui k demupo as his aets fcoemlly a bullv and morally a blackleg, in life, aud a bawe proili gate IQ nssociation, u selected b> o ir mfluo tml pciri.ion of t u Southern press, md urged upon the i ountrx ns a Presidential indidate, nnd jet thev talk oi the Anti Slau i> feeling duin" out ut the North Prcaaes oi etandmg like tbe Missouri Republican winch ti the life timoofCol Chambera ita found ei. er been found at the bottom of the ceau than so engaged is now busy in the i efence of AichiBOD find hia yoke mate String f 1 ow, nnd taeitlj oc correctly uciiuiuscing in the tainted wtttin public Koiitniieiit Hiiich culls Jinn from a privacy ulnch ho hua disgraced the high ess sent in the world The Missoin i Republi none othci tha the Louumlle Journ il yet thin tue State officer form, blue, maao by S Slujer and that thi la dies of the Second Ward in token of then up prfciation ol lliPir new (IresB, had trimmed their Engine and HOBO Cnrt bountiful flow era P the fiist trial there was ft tie be tueen Lngmea No and No y in throwing two lateral at reams On the second trial 111 ilmm mj, n rjtreaui Gbtutby tibrut und took the broom pnpernow talks of Not onalitj scmn i of tht Union, Dtw id K AU! i dor the most I n auspices f  HO much adiimtd In tho and tbitkut, the pium tree in now laden with fru.t in m mature, hen Tipc eas large, rich and dthcious as mao> tame or th Flilorailo is the exercise of a r ght b ttho ue land eeirch will not be tolerated bj tbeU St tea, ant. if approved of bv the Spanish iu tli rities it ia likcl> to disturb the friendly re Jat ons existing between the two Tl direct that if aoj officer in command ot a eh i Jsirterferrd wirh he will promply repel th interfering by force n oui election vehtcrlny the IVIIOK Notli lost sit Councilmer aod gamed Alder de fhi) lot The n 538 have a majority ot 1 on Joint ftge Know Nothing maj >nty it ADINO (Pa June- 4 Mccl tnt very large a id enthusiastic meetinf, wi held to dav in Market Square, in opponi tu i to the new L Law Strong tu is were adopted, denouncing the atar from California June 1 The Prometheus connected with the Liicit Sa n on the Pacific side which vessel brought Northern Light had not arriTed at San Jurn de I They may M-1 en grown be gtithtr d b> the lorJ and mail) preserved without n pound of requir njj scalding and be ing putiuri} in the same liquid Rnspbtrriea aboiin 1 in gre it pro'us on nnd ntner IIUKB a crop of berries which re who c some and most excellent They ma geneialU be found among open timber n tho alleys rhtbBOil nad c iirnte Hppcnr to be especially ndnpted tn grape growing tl ulie timber in tlie bottom In ds and oi up and, theic are thousands ot natural m the een son the uncs ttrc loaded w ith a um sized, juicy black grape w hieb lias an exc lltnt favor tind if? rich a jd There nre ilat> black currauta huwbernirj thorn r wit! other Iruite Hickory nuts, hare! in 1 blnekwalnutf ge IIP rally ifrow in ubundinee 111'ro IB nodoubt ttut that nearly II the va netiesoftam fruits w 13 grow andmean time tnere iswild fruit abundance f properly to make our coinfc rtn )lt A. Scotch attacked bj i rce high dtlec itd himself witbgrt t courago tho extonsve water poser on the Big Bu'l lalls perhapb tbe very on tbe river the site Jias tfap advunijige of b F i tho moet valuable pine lnods in tho whnle pinerj i arming lands of tl e very beat quality abound short dirta ce 1roiu tlio streams, tne soil be ng superior to tnat be low comprising a mixtriro tfctav grard and loam is situated 111 Sec -J6 I own 2? Range 7 fcast Population, of all des nptions 115 Dwellings Gfc 3 am'ie? oS Stores j 1 Grocer 2 Saw in the vicinity, carrjing twentj two and six circuHr HlackBiiith pa, 4 Carpenters shops, 4 fcho makers I Wagon 1 Cabinet tnai ers Saloons 2 Livery 1 fl 1 and anty scbo'are Churches 1 1. Lawyers 3 Physicians 2 Post Once 1 tne nama of Yvausau tt is the Count) Se t .f Marathon Count) Aruo mt of lumber made m xibinit> pei an LumT about 22 million Point Pinery Chance fo- Stock rais ers on Saturday last at Uull Heiad, tho fincat lot of cattTe we have met th a mruy a day The lot consisted uf font bullrf, twehe heifera and one bull caU three months old Tlie bulls and nearly all the heiferi are thor IL h bred Durkams, and the full blood cattle have been selected w th greiit care bi a gentleman weir versed in fltock rtiaing from descendants of the imported sirea and daraa of tha Ohio and Kentucky Importing Cornea pamea amce 183-1 Press ms The stock is to sold at aucticn at tne residence nf "S B Clapp, neir kcnoibi, on the iHtant Si- TERE young Jian, b> the ui lay It wag largely attended and preside 1! Tin State Department tLat hemlock name ofChrittm Handel, employed at r by Judge Wellu It was addressed by to be used for tanntng, is entitled with all other upecies oi barks, to free ntry ander tTit Reciprocity Treaty 4riO pARRengcrs aod about DflO I 00 ri sp cie Ihe Is w "kork ca agua when the Prjmetkcus ____________ Utne prtpnratinns were already be ng ,uil obstinacy, but was at length fo tbe State lection The Whigs w ill probii t and his pockets nflotj The r  Calc 4 On finding out this imsUke the feels greatly cncoursged, thmks that it Ciawfords friends had worked as harj as Cults did he might hue been navel, nncJ concludes I jnrd whmtlf of this sort riiero is no reason to despair of the nuetcfca of the Democratic ticket next fall Labor, union und harmony, will nccotupliBh that wi iival in glury the palin> Democrncy The Argux glows prophcti Virginia official letiirnu reduce majority belt w JO 000 Theelection of I CWIH Demorrat to CongrnBB IB in il ub( an 1 the Richmond nifuircr thinks he is 1 ftattd Liquor Law in JlhnoiH Imi a heaiy majority in furor f the prohibit nr> hqiK r Inw In Kome countu s all thotuuiir were unanimous for the law Ottawa, LtBiillf Joint and Rock Uland Urge majorities for prohibition whil' St Clair Co reported J 000 against and Monroe J 000 against Chicago intijont) of prohibition It is believed the State has piunounct d in fa vor of the law by from r> 000 to 30 000 maj irirj biintU bus n appointed Secretary of 1 n nt Madrid viet Horatio T Perry re callfd Cholera at New Or Cliultia Hpre mailing at New Orleans fhf mortality of the city Uhtweek wng'jOfl A winch 17 lied from of Southern Nebraska tver becum'lug i lav fetatc Oo tho cuutrarx, Beseem im lioas bility about it no iee> no reaaun whj w ith a m jortty of itate frnugr for pop ulnt on SouthFlatteNebraikaifhoulii Wcomea powerful tupportemf slavery Aid now slavery is here m a final) wttj.n few twenty or to, and its Npportern ire onung fatter and faster What them tier. I A beautiful country it not nil they n-ek, i slnvtry vtctorr lAcrthom whuchnlUoved then They sc  making tout h of Plattti Hu er a slav o Stntr t lend ulates the )articulm of aa uffttir thnt hfippeueil K few da) ago, 11 St Louts nud tht uton worth rep. ating Aa itnuranC wtreet preftc) er wan tudding fort t one day in tbeviuauy nl thu C uirt HDUIU aod usual with the- gtmus wnt in a ronjt language agammfnu g tiers Ap Ucu officer in the vicinity, sufteied tlio upenki r to gar headuatit a crowd had collected aimnd m and some jl w re ram i tented when he interposed with .jook old fellow1 tbnt cant be pei init dhort1 You come doHufruuith The othi ertaid hands nn the apenkcr, and if about to diHmouut him from the box on wh h he stood that product ed Hcnaation in the audit and the} ened out 11 Shame bimino e Spe and Dtwn wi tli him Shut hut up Slmt lit IB up At thia moment a rep csentt tne ol tho Virgiuiit chivH r> in ing tlf and rnsln d up ibat some with him far and fentber scotiiidrel its id fi fiitnd it ti onlv a 1. How pre tiling ajim tbe Catholics and t ru M that all Rtid our Virginian then let bin go ahead 1 -nfar free I he application can be mnd bj thoHo who ice the p  for long a tt no timt wo kn ot Smi av been pn> ing in (he n ijjhbi ru 1 it per th one und f >r mi u ial tt r th print ihu mo old tigging BL iu qUMntance. in ttnutow dn lafitwotk sold 13 OWN nt pur bend the amounting to Pvtosi Repub Ihe Growing Wheat uu told that wlnnt 11 niajoHt} of instanetH H sddoin li id a ft cr nppenranco fur a line ciup u 1 ing thedrt itth fnr tlu> pattt or i ight i kn Tli ruins of tlio prcRt nt we i wilt shouli no other blight rome upon it bi tho nu ins itn ttiii ich gn ater j icld V U uuin who hftf d tlunugh ttie tur ol "Northein Stdti v, thi SpiiU4 he lias lUiwh i  New i ork l  370 leet d H ntle in fioin Milwnuki L for on tnt cxpicsn con Ittion Umt he ahull J ti) In aim Brich building on wilt in OK ycf r I h H will give tt IJlix k of Stt res or Shtftojfgan Ttma> Qil rt fiuii.nndl 0 it  ve j frobts hint bnti i lay nn i Sun lav ev rni.gH Adr flora Iron brig Rsein o( hin Cit> ar rn ed in our harbor last Sun 1 ij with it lo 11 ol irrn for the Rncinc and H H Icl Buflalo on the ffrih nit A prtpilUi tin br ught n Inrge quantity ol chnim and Bpikch T! o woik goes bravely on Adr Clayton Co Her >ltl n tin Drtn of no than sir di orco t the re cut session of t IIP Ciren Couit fin t co inty Go ahead Mr raid Iiwi will so n equal m thu Jme At tl L lust sion of tho La laicUo Circuit unit tho r of caats of that km 1 wan >nlj fytcen of the M W U H )eBtu U> let the con fo building their Koad irorr rt tun (.oCn Iu ibttB to Meaum A L 1 C rahiin A beotr i aretodothp grading biidj, life, mam nr> thu Compan> to fnituah tJi iron flic wi rk IB t >becompl''tod b} tl It! I J ih an 1 ill cost ab 11 p r mih tiflea Mmih) morntni. w k b  of the. Gt rniui Kifle at bn gan wan biokcn f p< n nnd ii7 rillcs t-ti I n Tl cy belonged to tlu 1 and wen uoith no Capt Vn 1 i h nw I i f JOO for the rciovery of tin nilpa MlJWAliKtf A Missis1- II K pa trainn on thin nnw If t r th W st at "i o flock M and at <1 clr k P M Iho morning train fr n n will ar here m tttix to count t vitti the 9 iik tn n on t ho I Sboru R pno con lei vc Mu linoii at 4 M an i b in 1 in i, bv a 1 ttle pant noon of sain iav ork H.K I the ojt inrming a d H V ot M biln liter nun Id 1 r tfii dollar an ItWfn )an Roonev of JSPH av tine Railroad Co n ish ng thne of his toi 00 I aunrd d hi n B PLnjnmin  n" U G.vcr..r .nd wn.utul.on. Snul] pcl Cmt _ iht mcl  Cmc nnati to dep. tor. islllJ'KO _ marriage party from Waehjog'on C o haa thst bt real Mre Paiterann has bet i discoror Jemaoil_______________ b( -npoisoued by eatne custard m which arse tlinLoitcll S'lo IB a Cntifnrnia i idim OoTernnwit- FOBON ro Junt I ni had been piactfl Some-io of them arcnot hsa been iuspectedof impropnetiea -__A rumor was current to day inthiijttty that jectetl to brute among tlie number u.hom nothing tangible could be found until tbe British Government has ordered Hie c jntio A to who committed the act, .till .IB n Hiss affair transpired On Saturda} she was of the seat nf Government at Quebec I rr, sterj bt fore a court on some pre imioar? proceed notwlthsUndmi the d-cision of tho I rovmc al I Porflamd Jani- mgs for a divorce, and wa. ident by the to remove i pi blic meeting was called to-da) to in eMtigate clerk of tae V> ashmgton House Th r8MOn for this is the possibilit) 1 tt i proceedings of our city authorities oa Sat i addressed by man s Exchange IB this Tillage w passing ei il leading citizens A committee of nine was a vicious hone in the stable, en Friday last rMflved a- fclea on iin arm, bnvkisig both bones below the elbow Dr J took waa wko set the hob, and he M now doing well Plmnstaltr ag pointed to investigate the matter thoroughly, ai d if Grand accessary, to prosecute the city at chorines The eommttte was also directed tt wait on Mayor Bow and reqaiesA him to re- si n hit office MOBTII.ITV were death, in Chicago during May jut put _______ of tha Cuban difficulties placing Orent Britain m antagonism to the bnited in which case the question of defense would require that the Government remain at Quebec The re port credited many quarters THE Waukesha Dtmoerat comes to ns en Urged to a seven column sheet tit Mbicb they will nceirc bjtnbout ij per <-t ODD is to be I'liti, a plac lo in city lots THP number rf prmom rs in trie Illtt oin Ptu it ntiary is J89 of nbicli 12 srcuomcn gave tbt piohibitory 1 quor law Bri Ijepr rt 6h Uidgi vi it THE Chicago Prat it noatly printed anil m iket a beautiful ajipearani. MB. JKUA (DEAN) HAWt a engaged tn ytn at Chicago nest week   

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