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   Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - December 15, 1848, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                               H. DUMBER 12. BUNE, MINERAL POlNt, WIS., FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER 64. The Wisconsin Tribaae, M'wrul Point, bica i'atmhi, Wit., J3V GEORGR W. BUSS. Tii Village S5v' 50 To Office and ni.ii.l OU It p.ivmmt be delayed lor mouths, 50 conts will be wiled to the abo-e teriiiH. KT No pnpcr (except at the op'ion rj tlit Editor) until all arn paid. RATES ay ADrjiKTiswa. Otw square, (i1? HUM or one insertion, -Jl 00 K-ich additional innsrlion, 39 nir.n'I', W> '1 tir.-o moull.H, H 00 six 00 year f 00 Hull' a ccliuii, for six moi.lh-, If" OO For JV.MI', (MJ Olio column. fin' -..it moii'li.' 15 01) 11 I'r.ir ono 'J'' ndverti-winMiUi the stpKive. unless iigreed ui.ou, und cuiu'gcd for im- urit order-id imi. 1'. f.f publiii-ti.-n witliiiifld in ai; c.i- until iiit advertisement H puid for. f-'roui tin; (Ve-.v JloraM. JA.VI'A A.s'NA AM) DUX. Vnit Mi-'xlc.mus hoiii-i. Sa.'ita .Anna was his ;mmi-, O. .Militt'i; itntlti Dark This lo'ilinMUS son lininiii r. Viirmti thousand rajli'-'d H.iif s'.'.rve.l, i-M el boot.., Fame, driwn on, M.iiilu (I'.cn. i never licked us.) jii.rt-.itn-. in.1 t in'.o iiiiii.'iui; Muveh-il boldly in Those t'AX'iit'." tii.i.ivui-.l to win, j Tins ;'n I i" by a large, raw- ttoiiiil mar., who :was evidently a liberal patron of ioiditnld and who broke off at the Utter 'y' n your temperance karacteri you round hero with tracts THK AND TRIUMPH OF GENIUS. There is at present in EngJasd Ameri- can who went to that country tlo endeavor to wi; internitjteu at point by a stout ,-L buiUS pewmee, who cried out- Intorest the opitalatt in a new, bridge If g-M liis akelotona in thar. and bc'a he has constructed. He ia a native of Vir to 'em licker, for they'll break out if he docs! ginia. An account of his progress is eiveu by lilM ond ihe biz.; of whoso fat, as he doubled it H. Lewis, and is published in i.ip.'4'an t-.vice that of an ordinary man. 'Thar's fcoriuj livo critter iu thnr. Don't you hear him Jtroxi! H' Thin was said as the box stnick the ifroiihtl, nr.il the ooncuauori eausetS a vibration of tin1 sooner had all Imnds let go of the box, than A, wiai beseiged by all his all of wii'jrti wire determined to know what were its coiit Jnfs, what were the miming of the words Tviiio. fofM1.1 Oil his telling thorn that it was a HI i -.it.'iit some 'reckoned that it would la ;i tajlmt light, of winil to blow others th it 'it take a lot of men to niukt it kr. Tlic dncior explained as well as he could its still his (Inscription was anything and coiilu only gi-'t rid of his inciihilivt1 jidighbor't by promising a sight nt an tinvl.V 'Jny. Tl'iet jiiyij days sepmed like tveehs to tdi1 aliovo elapsed' before tiie oi' Pr. A. were arranged far tho reccp- tif.'i iif viiitors; and various curious were the si.' nrtioiij.; the settlers during this time. his -plundur' wcro the only topics of for miles around. rioclpr's but one lower room. this ".vjf, one of double the ordinary size, and bat Magazine t STRAIFORD, Attftiut 15, 1846. MT DEAR Sis.: I should soon er, but thnt I had nothing pleasant to I reached London on the 1st of without monoy or friends, which wns jus! the thing I desired when I left AiTiarica, am' just tlie I assure yon, I never de- sire again. commenced operation at once, on the supposition thnt in thiso'fergrown city I would at least enlist one man. 'But English men Hfc oot Americana. An ErislishniHt! will advance any amount on on libsolute cer t linty, but oot one penny wheri; there is the slightest risk, iflie- got tbe whole; world by it. I spent tho first five months looking for this man, with unparalleled perseverance and in- dustry, living for less than threjc pencu per day. I am convinced that few persons in London know so mm h of that incomprehensibly largo city as myself. But, ahu! my wnrdrobe waa gone, to supply me with miserably baked corn bread, on which 1" lived entirely. I slept on straw, for which I paid u halfpenny per night. I became and filthy, and could DO lon- ger i'fl mim of Up to this time, my spirits neversuuk, uordid they then; but my sufferings weru limbs dis- torted with rheumatism, induced by cold and fuce and hend' swelled to a ml on the strip of bare floor, lest fiy ache; and those who slept in tiie same horrid JSJr. Tyfer, the proprietor, for he bur c'wie aft Tally that he promiied u. to jiall.ft "Remington's Tho Inrgost wood-cut perhaps ever made in tile world is made of the Bridge. letter of my .name is nearly ea large ag my The Bridge to this is the promi- nent curiosity of the Gardens. You can't open a paper but yon see Remington's bridge Soon after it was bnih, I hnre frequently seen hundreds of men looking at the large pictun' of the bridge at the corners of the envying Rpminpton, when I have stood un known in the crowd, literally starving. How- ever, the grent credit of the bridge gave nic name success with n tailor. I got a suit o1' clothes and some clean shirt. Any shirt was great, but a clean God, what a luxury! Thousands of curds wer-1 KTt for me at the Gurdf us, and tueii cmno to .vjf .rpotilvi'prc all too small to cover tins en- jfii.'iiei; a strip of barn Hoor appeared at inde the room. Opposite to, and lacing t! c coor, -i'.iH 'Pine fort.' All nliiily for if admissioii of visitors, and Mis to aci'iv the tirst The doctor had U' oprti the door, mi half a score of men reii.il to enter. E., took her scat, and a; of the instrument, the whole p.'-riy rushwl in. Some went directly up te it had been called on account o.1 it- liaviMg; four more shy, rcniain- r-r, ri.we the door, where, if nociissary, they f iruui! eaxily make their escape; while oth- er rvii on thu 'handsome they might J den as myself were wretched fitroet bcsgnrs, it! tune se 'he K'-.i mid Xuck." Tun: Mnvit boj v ii ;.ui a .M-.u-h !'.i- i'.'i1 M'-xii'arii al'.viu.' th'-tn, t> I'.U'.ny .-'i'lliUni's i'i-; Ii swui1- iii-i! i'; >i> !i-il ill- Kir.iii'.'.ii. it. l-'.i dv.vii '.'ii T.ulor ill-- nii' i! 'i K r-- .'-1' if irili Mirnel'-uii .Vinlif I'-.i o.'.i il.l.le il.l-'c live i 1 o i'e ii'1 V. "d t.' S '.V.-s :i''.d .is ..iiiii.-.-o1..- I-. luiiniio tru-'iinr e'l.re--1, V'.'ili. lie .'lid Ivv'.i Ii.' .--I'.l'.iio run'1 j to or it. M S 'i'-.iv'i r In: :i'..'-r '.'.t'l'id -livl. j A ur.-.'h in Um: in'iil--1. fanse. 1 and insiKtet! that tin.1 as hi; call- A'js-: should drink. Another of the cnm- 1'i'- laid ll-iwn n dime, and wanted that's worth' nf 'K ty the name the in- nri.i.-n1. to Him alter traveling throtiijli :ir ivitl; ,i on his face, lioclai'txl bo 'would n: eU.irn ;incl nil the it, if his darter had -.'i-'i1 a Tlio 'pirc fort man siiufrnKt- i1 thai it'tint furt ofiipisie had IMJCII in Ihe Black .'.iv.'k irar, it would the Injuns, like 1'. irt to say that it was latent and )ho other of the house that I hey i-y for tu'un- ihi.o- run'.; vviiii the pruisc of Dr. the mnsikli; The doe- v had any (juatuity of however, cor.i'.' in person li.ii1 01' liir f.Tew but none of whom c'l'.d'i I'iivi! without thu 'forty a'i way and a. fzcod Jiiitnrei! Hi ?iii'ii tormorl an accidaint- thu very cleanest of them literally alive with But I wnsno I never begged, uor asked a favor of i i-mod tn put the company in v-bun.id rrn.n, wliowassomucli j a" manner oi creeping things. jncit tracts, pulle-d out a ll-.is see the bridee from nil parts of tho bur with nil my bills in thf liand.s of the hell born Jews, of courra; I hud to slope, and come down to Si 1 first built the mill, which i.-i the most j popular putent. rvcr in England. The! coffee-pot, find many other small i exceeding The dntiniigr of Tixtii) WONDERFUL. DISCOVEKV. We find in the Boston several iiott r frum nt n the copper mine region of Lake Surwri' >r. details tomn remarkahh d s- overies which have reeenlly made, a ew miles interior from the mouth of t n- iinajEon river. A large mass of native copp r. estimated ut seven wns fuuiiJ iti l.iosn ground. A vast amount of liihor I) id lieeo FKpended upon it. Every inch of it Ii id hammered over, nnd attempts had be -n m-ide to pry it up, nnd place it on aplalfor n. It this wiis thn labor of n rnce of 11 IB iiipe passed nnny. There in too niiicl) stiil manifesto for the present race oflndmnii.u id et the Workings are too ancient to >n ihose of white men. Many of m Ir tone hammers ure found buried a few ft et ielow the surfiice. They are so iliat in stouingup a crllur it was found rut re to use them than to throw tin in ml. Hemlock trees twi> fuel in diamet r, mil from examination two mid liuii'-lr old, are growing over the wnrkinja, B'.irf mvo tu hir felled to euobltt tho miners lo eii a- ind levers, und copper gads, are found ?r hcii- and under the principnl ancient can be trnced ur noro than hull'a mile through e.iil ;in expetiilirure of at ihistimt', would lot pay for the uccomplUhnirDt of an ml iimonnt of lubtir. ATLANTIC POSTAGE. Wo find iti N. York Sun, tho CoHovrinf of (be between tlw and the Government of Gmt Britkin, tu postage on two eounlrtn. ure happy to Irarn that an arranfeincnt ban at lei.gtb been entered into, which protniMn liou to the pt-pplti of both countries and whieh will probably do away with Hie retkliatorv un-a which been heretofore practiced. 'IV) enturaj itijT' to snn it from all parts. I have now more orders for bridgrs from avistooracy than I cnn execute in ten years, if I would do Inijccd, T have Linsn so much th" uris- tocracy of late, thnt, what with hiali livinjr, so sudden ;Ltransition from sti hairc IJCBH compelled to HO throuph a course j of'medicine, ami nin now just convnlescnnt. Of course, anything once built prcnludea tho "r poisibility of taking a patent in England, but its merits nnd value nro lieyond all calculu- (ln> baiit of into between Mr. Bancroft artel Loi 1. rociprocity between the two (ovuni- in thu of by the live steamers. The of pottafo to uniform for A- mcrican and t-.niiUsli tleunern. 3. The British Coioniul mail to thiouRh (ho and by the Anutricui I. AtcerifiLLj nmiU from F.urojHV A) rica, he conveyvd by Bntitli. well M Arr.cr- icon Jti'rjIlli'Oi. Tlic of postngf M ill (irohuMy not cxd-nd on tiieli a-'tfj- finm t'nuiil n one thillinj: sU'ilint; on torwanW ft-ifii the I'niied KiujjJijiii. Hy ntailed in any part "f Britain or In lajiJ, a.-iil a shiliinp it there, will br ilf livcied in the I Mates without to person to whom it is Ho uith IrlWr frmn thi! I'nitinl pnment df cenls here, it will be iltlivrcxl ftx-e "I cha'V m any part of Kngland. Ireland or Yorso ASD must cirfx-tr- uf niv liifit jntrcHliifijuii to the lewiwut back otln-r tribi-s. Yet il is not I h.ul a country houstr in thnt the prejenl Indinns rnny bu tlio .ie- j I culieif to liiy I ti.M I atio.ili! Itihd him in his (iirdfu. I l-e.ud the M J laneliK r nnd ruerry mi I unit _ saw an clJi-i'ly Kciiileinun bint forwunta She is a good mother who bringi up }-i ahildren to work in tlie kitciitii vou pleiwv. We stuill never iiave .Jiiitjs and pies, cliowlers and frieast-es. ul ile ihft Indies tire taught thnt it is u disgrace to leiirn to cook. The time may come >vl eu clie daughters olwenil.li sli'ill be obltcod to cuko their stand in tbe kitchen, but ahu iM i; cy riot Know how tubnke and to What is the young womim tit fur to the HIL-- Meadows is the greatest triumph htivo yet Their aiiliquity would seem to carry ns Cranwr. wnca they tni.v hat! in Rnglnnd. Tlic cnrriiiffa of Earl Talhot is H most innjestic antd wondnr- fully benutiful thins. Dnkes, Marquis-os, Earls, Lords, and ihcir Uiditts, uro c of those who wroimtit (hem. A GOOD aiOTHKK. tion. beggar. nny mun since I curac to Englund. Ask Geo. j A permanent, beautiful, and steady bridge may be thrown across a river half a mile nic whose her i >ro and )ho other of e-Mi'-d sa.fciy their dpliyliteii v: nit 'fireiloi.it.' The v. hole conntr uL-tiiccd ;i "owl ;'la1' was '-leva in Ihe -'A in.1 l-i.-lci at UIB time ot liis death. -h chirms of (lie .Piano ISuticrol't, whom 1 called upon two or threo times, if ever I asked the slightest fnvor, or presurnerl upon the lettei: you gave mo to him. I did write Liin n note, asking him to come und witness the triumph of opening the Bridge fit the gardens, nnd delivered the note at his own house myself; although Albert 1 never got even n reply io my note. Il Bancroft hiwl come, and been Ilia man to have only recoguised me, in my as Iwns, it. wouid Imve isavctl me much subynqnont I not believe thnt Jjiincroft ever s.ivy my note, for bin doporc- rtu'iit to me waa very kind. Tho succoedirsj three uftcr the first five, I '.vi5! nut dc'tuil, up to the -tii'nc I to build tho bridge. I will But harrow up my feelings to write, nor yonr htnrt to read, the iucidunts of thnai; tiiiu-iy diiys. My head turned grey, nnd I uiust huve died but for tho Jew, who did give me one shilling down for ou j These robcrios rmvt> amounted to sev- hniidriid every penny of which 1 hud to pay subsequently for, since my on nig-lu j nt Struflbrd, not a raun in 'England who rcsjitcbible i can re.hd, tut knows my address, [t cost nic to obtain the shiiliuu with which I i wide, out of the re.nch of floods, nnd without anything touching the water, nt a moat in- crmsidei'iiblc expense. The American pufe.nt in well tit home, I know. I shrill con-j t'-nuc lo build u few more bridges of larccr and larger and one of t.hein n rail mad bridge, in order thnh I rnny perfect myself in thorn, so as to commence fair W'IPH I America. I have n src.-if, mnny nxirc accounts i'if rny exploits sinci? 1 came to S'riifRjrd, bur I must defer .sending thorn until next time. I brgycn will write me tor now, since a cor-j responilenct! ia opened. 1 shiil! be nblo to toll 5'ou sumethinj; abcriit Eitclnnd. I know it well. I liave dined wit.'i Karls. and from that i tfi the 'licc and h td to sosai: ift of the oiiine a of thi1 most pcopl'; OTIC So 1.0 Iin in bed until ten o'clock, and wlm, '.vl en ihe rises, siufjs a son.it ar two nnd sits :l...vn ;o tin; lust new novel.' She may answer .or i wile of a fop; nnd a miserable ile initvud will she live, fur bef.er her, iin miiiter wlint her T'liy 'UK, if who i.s broiiL'bt up to LONG ure scini- leujjtliiMiinn, and flie loiijiiuturviiMjetw en and bed lime presents a very fiv.n-- afili.' opportunily to nil, to improve: it in such a manner to make their homes nut it.ilv inteivsthif; and instructive, but to iidd f're: tly to their store ufknowtciliri! iiml tiieir pd ,is- ures. Iii-ifeud of running after fnolifili cxhibitiutis. Jet I'uittilies unit al home, iiddinj; to the circle ol a tew trie wlieti desirublf, in devisint; nnd ciirryiuj; iu; plans uniusenn'tit tlnit combine the i le iiu'nts of mutual and nmriil iinprovi-nii'iir nel foster the filial, domicile und sdc-inliifft'clii ns: for in after till, rest, tilt; Irm- elevii inn of character and the securiiy of our ruprbli- middle of a while wvt-nil in-; IfaptVi-tc over him; a lady who by es mK'ii af ahi1 me, "Cramer, ft'tis'if bt U-ap. then." I Wi.n deli.uhu-il with the ww n.oili! of iiili'iiclucUou to a mnn oi'nciunee. took my ieyp clean overhiir, und thru turned round to my bow and plir.ieuls. lie and as my also won the ol' the yotuiK people, 1 at (ince admitted on BcqmuiititiK'R in eirole. tinn. Cramer was a ot" rertcclion, witS :dl tht- ijniet ninnner ol" a true fttj- vi; citrions ce.me v-'i'-'in. iiijjlit, in the upper'part of tin: city, Oi'.1 rnii'lvr may curni: loyally ln't'ore tho i'or pn.'.senf for'oe.ir to mention 'It thi'.t a in ;m imporlini; ami plates, are chained to the table, for fear they be Ktolf a. I am, rny dear air, your obedient st-rvt. .1. R. RKMI.NGTOS. K-l-.suput i :i lin1 t.riu, T.i in-'.ivod a slue i i r.o fixil, X'i- k. ;ura he r.M 1 i.' he'-: vli.- ii'-b'Hlt bl.iee '-II h'.lttl-l'iOid, I II U'iiire. er puity were in utiend-.uice to '.hi.: ci-rt'inonios; and were gar II W I.', Itmfi inr rci-i..ninrcr ,i 'ho miftii '-heeiici! by the of with n child in her arms. ir) Co the intended and init'i.l L.-: the ththt-r of the child. For a rnii.iire.v i'.tl consternation, '.i'lie fi'l tliiit hi' had seen the woman iV.bre, 'hi: The father wns indig- nri'l I'tir n time lie did not know which to he- r'.i', iiiMiir was omK'd by nut a lik'Tiy.ss of tin1 nice 1 1 a.i'l, ir to him. You i mi1 didn't {jive me ;iiis in New- urL-'i, v, yim si'.id jim'd ii'iiirry mo.'1 'By tlrs !hi.' yoinis; lady hud nearly been made of scoundrel, ivaa taken, i.'lsensible. !m MiiiP.i. The f.itln.'r about tending r rhe (.nlice. upon looicinj; round, he Ibnml i tliiit (If 'i'lle.Vi- I 111: L''IH'-I' I'lANt) t'Oill'K IX NOUTilKUX II.I.IMUS. Piiini1. t'i.- -iiini'in'r tho tcriiiiniitiijn ih tl.iwi; amoiit; tin: lii'it e'.mjji.n.t.! ti> t'w Ciiiiutry th'ii1. iMi'el- In tli' i eil men ot' the Ih1. A., IXvltviiuue. v.'ir.ovei'l te rui: siivre >iu.i'.l .n-.a1 ihe river, "I I'-......... 'tin: wis 1 lisi-e.- ladif.-! his ;tH'i; oi! the piaii'i, uiul .it them the .if thu qil.K--'1 Iv-i'l. is the c.i-e .ill ne-.viy ii.'V.1 iMiuer" his In ('.il.lt Wi-ye til ln'1 had Clllle.'ted i'l-; .i-.'.jv.'i-L.'J, ;iii.', the .louiaiii'.uu'e -.'t; A1-; h.-.isehn'id' .va.a stowed away l.ivije v, lirst p.icked in .'U wiiie'.i w.'ie painted in largo hl.ick the j v. ,11; :m  do with t'i .it tV.i! nf siiii' up out-. ll.Vs-.; his and tixias ir. h'! I'lS'.c the'.n ar do'.va ou the i In tin hist W.IK.T.I but one !j iitu! on it were (U.ntts. ti.e I'iano dry :md e.irei'iilly.' It ftie.': of all liy tii- j i-'x. an.1, the curiosity tJ.vi'i'ed in the r ;i tiie ;nu! i-'.a: Miiiin! emitted :if it the I'n'.y i'i' 1'V a 01 the u.xpn'is- i i.is tUa: fi'ot'i the i i'ine a t.ill. yll.'W ft vermi.: V.HI'M if lie's n eerei.1   s- snUtii .1 tin1 hniy. .vli.i v.'iis itidisposed. to rontinuv Ihe .'nty lintil sin; Jeil down in a swixin, it r iii- culciite on danehtcr a lesson of hum.mil Tho next thu Qftccn when in r-eii' t.ii' the. and cuiiimandcd her to i'e..'l a: Hid. After somi) time her royal liudmoss "tin1 tired of stuiuliiiiu. and paused, in hoprs on order to seated. I'mcecd." her majesty. In :i short a .-eoowi se> ued to pluad for rest. Head on.'' sniil the (j leen atniiu. 'J be princess itir.iin stopped, ami i re- wiivotl rm ordpr to proceed, till nt length, fain" and bi'i-'uthluss, she was forced to complain. i'it." sail! tills excellent parent, ''if you thins feel liain of this exercise lor one only, -vhiit must your atteudantii feel who do it evtrv ni-jht! Hence. Jearn my diiugbtcr, m ver to ind.ili-e voiir case, yon Miller your attendants i durc unimcossaiy L'wlt A Sinoi 1.1 w''l known cJiiyeu of Bel-town, in Iliin i.-ounty. I'ttl-- rhild taken cick. whirli, after nuleiing, with all the iisiml of the fintil wilh deatii, n purer.tii" purlinf; in the presenee of other friends. The of the little mtivrer weie am. a was applied lo support tin; tower jaw. cuf- ruiiiary. A [lor of home twenty or thirty minuti's, a in who in tin' ablutiim and laying out til'ihc eoipw', coin rDeneei! bv cold   boriei, wero brti- ken. J5l BTil-lll 1 111' 'J'iTl.llK. AMI IIF Om OTU- m, wut-.x Tiiylor v.'im Inirn iii UraiiKe counly. Virginia, "ii liie J4th i'f 17M. Of will lie io'ir n( age DII hirlJl-ihiy thin yfitr. liea. is two yeaiK uliler ihan 'I'nyhir. iiit; b'.'en burn ill Hampi-hire, on tho '.'.h ul 1'h'J. Mr. Buivij I.NHU nt the year wilii iiz: JVi-i inhcr 'I'hR fullmving liti'ii of tin1 I'reniili'HtH of Ntatw. at the time of their election to tin; Kjiccuiive chair: AlJt'K AV.isbincton, .Toljji fl'o- w c oiTKJK x" About a montli ago. sayn a i.on dont. of tjie .New York KecoidM1, the cholera niai'.i: ils J! In (hat city aud i1s lii'CH reported eusi-s; HV.Iol iviiirii liave .Jnn ]if.n- o f.l !S7 57 .1 nekton, H A nri Ihiron, HuriiKon, Id TyK-r, II J'.illt. U Taylor, 01 S4 Ml 4'.) f-4 i! John Q. -'Vdams, The iiveniKe of the above 11 nlviul ft7J and it IK a ruritum tivr ot oiir twi'lvc I'reiiilcnln hnvc In-en i-( tLe of at the I'inp of iheir flt'ctinn. tlmt onth -'p.1 mret uner until altaiiiinj; he an impediment these men wns like th have been devils not to hjive believed under the circumstances. I succeeded. My ngrci'i- mcnt with thn proprietor thnt I shotvM the construlction of the bridjje without nuy pay whatever, but during trie with snvcral gi'iitlomi.ii hili'deip'aiii, and J.'oston, were ,it> atiei'Lineo '.ipiiti invitation. villa was illaniiivUi'd ihiousr-.nit. and from roof M I'lX.'i'.'i'very iiiL-ii ocenpied. iu the lii'st part o, ibe evening, in'd ii''-.iliiidi1'.-iippvr raiin; at II l-'voi'y J.O.MII i.i tlie villa, not leis than tifly, thi'i.n.'ii fjpon. Tliu xilhlauJ its furnish- tr.oro than one hundred and fifty thou- fcj.ni! dollars excited general admiration. The expoim4: nf tl o t'ea.st, two bauds of nv.i- sii: troiij and a couple score of cooks iii.-.d wujtcrs, ;was twenty-sovcn hundred Ji! wio'of tho rooms a superb service of gold pnrch'iMd i'rom the efi'octs of a Riifsiaa pi ir.ce, displayed: in anotl'.or vas a service o' and otio of Sevres ware. In the great KJl.roi-iin, dunciiu; was kept up from S o'clock in tiie 'nitil three o'clock in tho morning, at i dinner. On this I lived! comparatively hsip- wbioVi tin: barbecue broke up. Mr. Barn- pv. It was n little novel, however, to sea: a r.m ri'r'uvud his ifuests ia person, and his amiable liny over the The _peo- i man m geBtlefflanly-lookijng fiftli year, bil speech, which was thought to be incurable At, tlmttimf, fnr indiscretion, her moth- er spoke (jiiickly and -sharply at her, and box- ed her enrs, ami to i-rlate, from fhii! moitifiit. for four moiilli-i, nf.-vei- ut tered a word. At th.- expiration of thnt time, however, when the afflicted mother Ini.l b." come almost frantic at her supposed instru ineutatiiy in df iirivina her child even of hei imparcd speech, fhi-i faculty WHS resfo whiit is slill more incompreherisi tiiiinofthe I slerp in tlie without impetiiment of am Gni-dflns: nnd if the bridge should succeed, pit should be called "Remington's Bridge." I lodzcd in nnold lion's case, not strong u- uoiisih for a lion, but, by: putting some straw on the floor, held me very well, nnd indeed wus u greater luxury than I had had for sev- eral months. The carpuntcrs thnt Jin the bridge sometimes gave me a part of has b.ti.-i i '-.f t'.'ap.' -.'.'hi -ipri JV. think it would difl'.cult to of IranUton villa. Ii keeps on, he will soon be Governor i-ticat. or in Congress. By the way, he itttl to rct-ort to the English system head carpenters. TheIjridge the cost was dud wn.s the greatest hit ifiv- er made London. The money made 'by it is astonishingly thousands and '.ens rarity." N i to protect his villa against i of thousands crossing it! pitying (oil, j brine the grent of the mnenced for i n pwhlication in London but what 1ms C'hurch. an order of the "SUters1 written largely upon iit. Although I lilive o vows are to nor never will, jfor b.: Tcqnired, am! j received a be to train lur hospi- biiililmg the bridge, 1 llnvc Juult to hlessitisr which she hns uninterupt cdly enjoyed to tbe preseut Times. W HOLi'EISiALliTlHjisONTkG. Nearly tin-entire company of thr Citv were poisoned by dfinkina; eof before last, whili? nt a muster pnr ly in a town. The coffeu was made in a vessel with n copper bottom, nnd sroo.' in it for several hours, and ihu acid nl'th'- coffee, no doubt, attncked ilic copper an 1 poiso'.ied the whole. It. was pnrtnken of b roost of the company through the HII night; every one wlio had unrtakcn of it wiu more or sick some of tiioin The surgeon nnd sargenn were I'm Innately there, nnd attended to (heir I with mucli are nil recovoi now. The numlier poisoned wns ovi r forty; three of the company wlm did nil drink cf tin: coffee wrrc not HlTecfed by iinv of the grrnpto ins wider tbe oiherssu fert'd. "This case should be n warning to nil not to use ai'y tojiptr vessels m cooking. (.'ouricr. inly ame that ended Jiiiatiy. More: rucnitly J-oMie tle.il.hri from the Minur ciiuse iii Wo have reason to hmvevi.r .li'er.-.jinc caseri o: Cholera in ihe have been comjjaratieeiy and that 11 uo evidence 1h.it. ibe maliuty is of those wliivli huve cic.-.iirjeil in ibis district linve been on liie river or in vi- cinity. Von iin; awnn1. perhaps, timt a report of in ibe nielrojHdia is published, witii the average (or the week in a series of yunrs. Il is l.-isJ of i: 'alh.s i'.as heuii belo-.v iiMial nveraEi'. .Last cniliiii: Oololier y.Stli, the ih'alhs in London n id its suhurbr; the ;i. lo, thnt U'lieic is 1 i.j-l. 'J'he nunilior Ji- ol' cholera U'us- 34. '1'iie nmaln.'r   since, contracts have Ken made to i vlent for here at per and o> M irmmiATiitAN in .'rite.l in n New Vcirk thnt n i'oinmitlM nf he 1'rnol.lyi: Conunou OouiH'il, ufijiointdl to de- .jw ot H h.ive inen j the city, hnvc discovered a well tniar the but lew lift ilii'p. on not M: and all liin cxiH-iiinentt. rif the C'cm- nittee In i-liuw that :i mlitci iniii-.iri ]nlf nnriir- nfl iinil iiii Lung laluid, but ittlc below tin.' iufiiec ol tin- tmui.d. A I.OTK; A PAIILLT nihiiuficlurrr, hnviim cot liy aci-iJent, cut acroM bin now1, Mini haviiej; f at hiltiil. on hik un- :iirtiiuate 01 e of K'lm an whirli was llif usual irn iinntinii, warranted thtwi imiiiiied anil fifty yardi PraiTK 11 T ihe storm on Snnc'.ay (he ,''.ttb. ult.. t riiH'bf- to Mr. Hiriim Whccli'r, in AV'cuton, iit.d iriHtanlly killed. Mr. W., in li't at (lie tinifl the   teil 
                            

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