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   Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - June 12, 1851, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                               i aifi- sutisci-iui-rs, ul. ami mail i A less time than one your, in the s-.ime r I'.iyinent to Ite maile in jStlvttnct. SinKl'' copies, live cents. Produce, of all kimls, received on sub at the nmkct jirie.es. MASONC- A MIXKJMJ, POINT LOIM1K, jVo. I V, 'V Regular meetinjrs, First iincl Third Tues- ilays of each mouth, -at '1 o'clock, I'. M. i-.i- .MiwMiic Hull. r CtUVFKK, ,Vn. i First and Third Fridays of eaeh V "I I'. M., ;it the iMttsnmv iUIl. S- OF T ;w.Y7' A'D. a" Sutv.hlay evenings u! each it 7 o'clock, I'.M ut Business IHreelovy, the year at per Line. O'A'O. O. 11. D, t'.vo door" v.e.-.t of :he Post Di'llre. I'-.'lti'tH'tx I'uint, ib. lie kt'i'ps u Mippty an-: OnU'.ti on iliyh Mi'eet to i'til-onl's Moie. SCONS liY G. W- BLISS. AHINKUAL POINT, WIS, TIJWSDAY, JUNE 12, 1851. HK sulwcribcr i> a Is, rue Stock of I'uint.--. S 1 N E R S OF T If E D E C LA E A T I 0 N .OF Piitont Mriticirius, Kc Knst, in if it, llcil nnil I link L'.'U'. Hiirxnin Ilrniiil. Ar.'! -.lei in IV'.ijcs. I'iiints, Oils tin- Mi.'ii.Tai I'O-M' Mori-. 11. i'li'ux, j i i n .S u r n tt n ft si r r u u ]i c tt r llix'lt Slrt'i-i. _ r.-J.Y J.'L'KKK. fit. 1 -Mil- en a Pit v- ic a nil SrmjiaiN it.iH'.- ul '.I aiiif virinitv. TT. VA.V .DI.'SKN n'-; illy public tint In1 I oli'l lillifi' a'.xAv WIHH'.III ill's opposite Tin D, j where lie win hol'l in iT.iilini'.'-s M'rvi.1 Town (.'nunlvy ut nil tinv-ji day i iV I'ttrn'ulu'if fy II...Mil..E HOS.-i, ill.1 I'K.NNHtVASlA. R.ns u-ns horii-Sil.SBfiw' Gustlc Dela- ware, in ITno. His a' highly es- tecmcit minUtcr of the Kjii town, ;uid he wlucated his Ih; hiis iil.-u reeivcii H new supply of Dr. D. J.wives' Kaiuiiy .Dr. ChrisBte'H C ih-iiiiir Curati'...'-. itiulway's Really Kc- iV'i-.-y I'M-, n., J.'aiii-kiiler. iij.in-llUi Syrnip.' l-e.irpa's Oil, Aloltatt'n, Li.-.''s. If Wrights 1'ills. C'oun'.r y 0'iiilers, nnil in general, invited to call ami. al Church in thai with mncli himself cxpcrienri-'d the great advantage I of a liljcrul rihicatiur.. Hesoon'bccamc very pro-. licient in Ijatin arid Oreek. ant! at the age of eiglr Sonic of th.ciiy-.Iiaye groat merit. Having passed, down, a.veuue .hundrkl feet, you reaph. the Traqaept, where tiie great 'Koli-i-Nor' (Moiititaiu of Light) witfi "other Royol coii- trtbutihtis, have place: in the ex- act center of the Mxriibttio'ny is a beau- tiful Fountain aft glass but, the water.) which has rarelybpe.u excelled in design or effect. Thefiiiid.ja projected to a height of some thirty fset, falling tlicnco into a succession of regWariy enlarging glass basins, and finally reaching in Streams and spray the reservoir below. A hundred feet or more' on either -side _, t it ti u iji r vii v.i WUL.I. i.ji teen years entered, a student, the I8w office I atamUwo entiruly his brother, then a respectable member ol in buiUUtlg, roof of .itock i .May ust received at 1'ure THI-iODOUK .Vfiig-store opposite llnuiic. (-.'in, .f-'. Micrrv Si Chirct Wines. C) CAKIiOVS Nitric Acid, 'Acid. Fni- ;..ii..- '..j-TllEO. RO1DPLF. Dr. nr Pun: I'oJ. J.ive.c Oil. ;ind I'ivot 'I nr- For v-ii- l Tetter by TIIK.O. KODOI.F. bar. He was admitted at the iisic oflwoniy one year practice risos abovc 1CTU) secming. mid !ixetl his res- These, trees (elms eliijv uk'iice in Lancaster, where ho married a highly aro 'fuller and fresher in leaf, than.. those respectable young lady narne.l Luwler. outside, haying been shielded from t-ho Sir. Hnss appeared in public life in 1708- chilling air and the genial.roof. a failure before U ultiiimtuly und iudubit- ably succeeded I found one promising invention iu the British department to-day, viz Hcnly's j Magnetic T.elegraph, or rather the gener- ator of its power. The mtignot. I win suruil did not rcrftdre in- consume any sldncc tclidlever, but generated its electric- ity spontaneously, and in equal measure in all varieties of weather, so that; the wildest storm of lightning, hail, snow or rain makes no difference in the working of the Telegraph. If such be the fact, the invention is one of great merit and value, and must be speedily adopted in our country, where the liability of Tele- graphs to be interrupted by storms is a cryiug evil. I trust it is now near its end. has t. very iine show of Fabrics iii the tiling more in pro portion to her numbers thai] any other years. Ami when the enactments of- tha Finish Cabinet lor' ciisluviiuj. the Colonies wire cmiMtiir the pnhlic men of America their positions, Mr. lions very readily- took sides with the pat riots, an.l heartily cornnient'ed ihe proposed measmi.e ot'calling a General Congress. He chosen ol' the seven delegates which represen- ted Pennsylvania in that: aiiirust Convention, nn'.t _ of tins end of the grand aisle. was present nt ;he iu Sepicmher, 1774.- Medal. The other l-.alf of the main aisle is es- sentialy a duplicate, of that already do- seribsd, but is somewhat differently filled. This )8 tlie.'Bi-itish eml of the Exhition. containing fur more in quantity than all the rust put together. T.hc flucst and costliest 'fabrics arc rtinnpd on either side -Vntl ns it may appear, Sir'. Ross was di- rected hy die of draw .v' up instructions which v.'err: to "overn himself and The show of Colonial products is not vast but comprehensive, giving a vivid i of the wide extent and various cli- mates of Jiril inn's dependence. Corn, Wheat, from the Oanadas 'fine wool from Australia; Rice. Cotton, vtc. from (UN White Wine Vine-Mr. Civlcv Viiivyai. pun- hi.- colleagues il: the Continental And i so highly was he esteemed that during tlie whole time ih.U'he was in Congress from V77-I to 1777, lie -was regularly elected a nicrnhiii- of the Assembly of rcnnsylviuiiu, as a mflnt. Manufactured textile fabrics from representative for Lancaster. Kcurly his whole India, and from Uppur Can- India; with the divtjrsofiud products of Asia. Africa und America, fill this depart- sale by t i ic. riioM.-jfi, OK TIIK 1'K.U'K j r j l.ni..! n nIcr tie1 in- T.--MI -.nid mher j i.-- to hi- or ;i.-. all I a: K iii the room ol' the -.'i-.-ir of the Court House. -Miin.'i d I'.juit. I'l.'rsiirni'd. who is Sole an i (his pi.ire the o TI1KO. iv nf Lin.-eed In UDDO.LF. Ijnno barrel f f'nei'y. v. ill I-'i :t :i .1 udifi.il ;uni lin- npi M ny ciiinisled j h on v.1. c j- ol Siili. i hy THKO. KODOI.F, lime wus consumed attention to public duties in one or tlie oiher ol' these legislative cor.ncits. yet he J'n'ely icn price." Me a s lion of Mr. I..ee, propOMng and joy- fully the Peclaralion theieol'. on ;he second of 17 Tilt.- a'ti-ilintr.- of ,Vr. T7or.-'s chuntc Iff. h'd Inni lo e.xeiTi-e an nclive .-ympiuhy ior'lie- remnants of tin' Indian tribes in his vicini- ty, through his iniliii'iice their condition was ameliorated, and justice meted out to them, and their just wralh was frequently appeased hy his exertions, when it ihrealeneil lo hurst like a con- sinning lire upon the frontier settlements. Both a Uirgt: -.1 his Sv.vd1 Lt'ji'is! aud the National Conn- 1 lioiieims. i niudehini a mediator in arose hiti; li'ad in oil.. ha 1 hall barrel led do chrome sjrcon friend- openci'l t K r.i.-, u. A i. M ..UT i- MUI oir.viii.Ks A T i-i! id'.t I'li'itt }'.u ty ;t ;il :n-- ccilpU'd u hy the MUfl Ill 111- I'l acla. aro here vary near each other; while Minerals, Woods, Ate. from every land and ir "without without j every clime arc nearly in contact, I ap- pporter of ihe resolu-! rchcnd John Bull, whatever else he may learn, will not be taught vncukness by thia Exhibition. The Mineral department of tlie British display is situated on the south side. I think it (-ail hin-dly be less than five hun- dred feet long by over one hundred wide, and it is doubtless the most, complete ever thus set be-fore the public. Here arc shown and of Gold there Quioksilver, not a great deal. But not only are tho Ores of the metals first named varied and abundant, ivith native with tl.ij Indians, and lie acud ihe noMe part of I Silver, but the metals are al- so shown in every stage of their process, from among rude elements just wren- ched from the cnrth to the must refined aud perfect bars or ingots. This de- partment will rinhly reward tlie study f. r t'ie mineralogists, of the present aud future. Dir the Ihe hams. Woolens, beside, as well as Watches and. Jewelry; but her Silk is her best point. 'J be Chine.w, Australian, Iv gyptian and Mexican contribution's fire iruil'e interesting, bnt'they suggest little or nothing, unless it be the stolidity of tlioir contrivers see that Punch this u-eek reiterates the Timcs's shirs at the mcagronoss and poverty of the American This is meanly invidious and undeserved. The inventors, artisans and other produ- cers of our Country whu did not sac fit tu incur the heavy expense of soudinp; their most valuable products to a Pair held three to five thousand miles arc- uiiafFuetcd by tins studied disnnragctment. and those who have Hcr.t certainly do not deserve it. they are in no manner responsible for the setting apart of American contributions of more space than they fill; they have VOLDHIE IV. 33. further reduced from live shillings (ster- ling) to one. Then will (lie artiuans, the cultivators, the laborers, not of London only. but.to a considerable extt ntof Great Britain, {lock hitljci- by tons oi' tiiousands to gaze on this marvelous achievement, oi' Human Genius. Skill. Taste ni.d Industry and be strongthed in heart hopii by its eontemplritiim. And as they observe and rejoice over tlicss trophies of might and bonefi ilnc lines or ono Kadi iiiM-niuu, One ilatf a calnmn. for moiilhii- For nnr One column, for hix inutilhs, For year. .f ID" beftiie i u line foe iiiscitiou. Mrevier tyjx.-. M line a iu this Mr. Hall, the 1'o.stmaster (Jcuorjl, .Mr. Pc-.vard then euiU'd for. and having cuino forward, i-.-iid; "Ladies and gent i have cuiuo up aimoyiiij; you in a new .IlitLci'lo. I tiavi: al- ways been promising that :ln: New York Krie liailroad would bi: It is complete, and my vocation is dune. 1 c.ingraU'.latoil shis anspi- so perc.'ive forcsliadowed here fairer, j eions event, sucoinl only to that grarulci-. gladder Future for thorn and i ovel' Uappimud ill this SUUP Htime theirs, whereof this show is a prelude and doubtcii whether Vorl, is favor ut' a wherein I-nbor shall b-.iild. If KuiS-od :tt Kail- roads and Canals liiev would see w'.ai re.plenih-h and adorn inansions as as graceful, as commndio-.is' ns others delight and wonder, but f.iritsiv.vn do ab-nit it. of Yurk ('ity. svashcru i To said, "1 i-aiiiuit use und for the life long ho- on. mcs of the luiilde.rs, tlicir wives and tliosv i ''a'r children, who shall find within its walls j not Stibsistaiicc mcix-ly but Kducat-ion. i it-tired into the cars. aiuiU loiid but. I must dmtgc a >l timo and must awny ;ind Refinement, mental Culture. Kuiphiyment. and suusonnble I'nstiinc ns wcl! Such is the vista which the edifice with its eon- tents opens and brightens me Heaven hasten the day when it shall no longer prospect but a benignant and sure realization, 11. (j. of the President ami Snilr lo iin.l Arri- vn! ai Dunkirk, Siwech-s, ir. We do not think we can give our read- ers anything more i.han a por- tion of (he description ot' what during tl.e passage of the train that e-'ii- veycd the President, ami his arty New Yorlc city lo D.iukirk. wlioro the Jv rio Uosul meets the of We omit til! that transpired till t.'om- pany passed Klm'u-a. there woic loud fur At length Pi-nator fur- ward ami said In: ivijoycd lln> trip thiin any in his liA.-. Il w is, iinlrn-l. a iflurions wul'k not only ci urea I wilh b :t a'is.i I'M: vuihiy uf tin? Mississijipi it. to .'.ll the n lie on this trip )n- so ht- tiot l'iv inn. th'is ;iiii ri.-i'.; u i we kih.1 i rather doserved and kind treatment from the London 1'ress. ]ic- j side, the value of their contributions is not at all gauged by the space they fill or the impression they make on the wondnr- ing articles of great merit and util- 1 ity often ir.aking no figure at ol! compared ''.v with a case of figured silks or mantle or- naments which answer no purpo.se hero but, May l.'itii. 7 A At half six the set bt-iore tne puuiie. Here are i every variety and condition of Coal, f Iron, Copper, Lead Tin. Of there is little, and of silver, Zinc. her pacificator, and a true philanthropist. Nor didhis tuitimn.: on! toward the oppressed red ;iloiu. hut weaknes.s -.leii down by sti-eiiKili. he fcirle.-sly lent his aid.- nr To the frown. -were ;uid impi it next to to d.M.-ml iheir il.-vm LIIK! a It-.'. UT' 'liaif. a Judjje f'on.'l 01 for rt'n.-isylvanin. in 'iflici: he 'Ai-uld un.ioniitedly have greatly it vas e.aiiso. Kir. Ross, ever n.-ady to plead cursion train left K'iniira for I liinkir'; A large crow.! a illei.-r.ed arouml d.'ji-i and cheered the jiarty a.- ears forward. IJlm'iM and most tin: ri nnu dot'c I "ver witli iV.riii show his t-> av.d hoped t'ie .lay wl f IV'-'l" t baii'.i' of Mi-. D "1 re here MUIO hrt must thai, the Cabinet 110at. to he. divided. j It was arm ii. tor in. then tie i :eii th.'i! tin; 'itlior Tli ir the owner's. And when it is considered j'Vs tiiat the manufiictures of Franco, G-urma- vears ny and Switzerland, as welt HA England, :l'J11S '-1-1 are here displaying their wares and fab-i0' the worn. rics before the eyes of thousands and tens I llic ftrft w-i of thousands o'f their wlllc" ls ;l considerable village their eases in the Crystal Palnco an habitant.s in uiiiforni. turned tact so many gigantic advertisements, read out and c-mgr.'g.Hud aro ......1 t'. _r_____i........----1 chner.'il linnl.v. anil :i and admired by myriads of merchants and other buyers from all parts of the world, the nnfairi-.ess. of the comparison instituted by the Lodon 1'ross bcco.uos apparont.- They cheered loudly, a !l ]m' -V 'J 'I' band gi-aeo.d tin- ent b.'ing f .r d litms.-li' with b Our exhibitors can derive no such ndvan- j pvesenled litms.-li' with his ol ttigc from the certainly not- to any :l .11. sai extent, has The -JJav State a good "display %j example, h.... ,____ a..... )ireetly opposite, on the Nurth side lordly ssirpassed, considering ijmili Iji-itish half of the main avenue, is j ty and price, by any other; British exhibition of Mncliiiiury, oc Americans will tiiorebv be "tempted to of the n-hii-h "Hi ted his upying oven tnorespucc than the Minerals never saw one fnnrth as much Macincry self. Imil not dentil scddenly clo. togothcr before I do not expect ever to i f _ i i uitit iicv n I u lllli St iVer highly itsi-fni l.fe, in .Jniy i fu'tii'lh year of From ihe Tlie tire New Yerk Tribune. il Exliibilion. mi-loii, May fi, 1851. so much again. Alim. st every tliat a Briton lias ever invented, impro- ved or patented in the way of Machinery is here brought together. The great Cyl- givc them orders while a Uritisli. Scotch, or Swiss Shawl manufacturer ex- hibiting just such a ease, is morally cer- tain of gaining customers thereby in all parts of the world, liut enough on this head. I may add that many Americans have iuder Press on which The Times is prin- I1fion Jctcrud from sending by an impress- to en 11 it. Iris un live bit t is not yi't ill Clilll- anything like it. The of ihe .linv and the hammer salutes j visitor from cverv side, and 1 think not thr.n five Inindrod and (not the individual, but the kind) may here bo seen in operation the cylinders ,-is we i revolve horizontally as ours do vertically and though something is gained in secu- rity by the British pruss, more must bo lost in speed. Hoe's last has not yet been equalled on this Island. But iu Spinning. Weaving, ami the subsidiary arts lliei-o arc some tilings bore, to me novelties, which our manufacturers must borrow or surpass; though I doubt whether spin- ?his v'Ha.u'C had risi-r. as by e.m-liantment of Shawls i'u ''iC' wi'diniBSs. and Krie liailrn.ii) had rapidly iucreased ii.s wealth and pop- ulation. iipteil to being called for, made a few remarks, then thei-i: wero a series of cr'.t-s for Mr. (.-rit.tonden. Mr. Oritor.deii eaine forward and said there wa? but one opinion oi' snrjn-ssi- astonis'iineiH a'l who b.-held tlie scenery with wlih-.h their village was sur- rounded, and which the party liad id yesterday and to day. and that ,11- i'. v. ul.-iliiig tile ladies a'ld t'nriu' was a ii.-.st of ladie.-- arrival of cars, wiio haudkei'e-iiel's with e.ii At   f (t r i n X.-. I'l-v I'n .'.'i-., lii_'iislri Mineral Vv'ir, MII.'I'OS. f't i- n i r t (f i t.- n .iii Uin is. ih'- f. .MI. -i- ot Stn-.'t.-i, Minerrii i-'.-uiii'nn.i> ,y co., .'i -I'-s'l ir. llrlnil llfliltrf in i ..n-ci-ries. Ihirdwai'f. Mioe -ii.-oi I'a-t the i-'ranldin iloii---e. ral I'oilit. Wis. other artisans ore busy in the building to- day. Tlie week will [irobably c'oio before the fixtures will have all been put up and j riing. on the whole, is effected with less (the articles duly avr'.u'.getl for exhibition. I bor in Clroat Uitiati than the United As yet. :i great many remain their There urn many recent improve- ments here, but .1 observe none of absorb- ing intorost. However. I have much yet to see more to liumprohuiid in this de- itivuduys. the groat center aisle partment. 1 saw one loom weaving Lace ivory lit: lo remains iinncooiiijiiislud, but of a width which secmod at, least three that would throw very nou.irli to run a grist mill. ion that nothing would lia admitted that beauty should from the world. was not sent out in tlio St. Lawrenc All the dilliuiiltic.-f that shut it up are no.v events unless received curly in April, femoy But articles arc still acceptable at least in ourdcpartincitt; and J venture to say that any invention, model, machine or fabric of decided merit which may reach our A highway was ope-.io-l. iitid the. t'ruitfuhn.-ss which si-cui..'d a useless prodi- gality of nai.ure, was brought market, for the benefit of human specie Tiie of Trustees uf t.'ie vill.-igi: ijomniissioucr free of charge before pvesented a ilag to Mr. end of Juno will Lave a place assigned rresideut.acooiupiinied by an a Irvs. uml I trnnsportatinii boxes, whiio others are eov- e-ed with canvass, ihoinrh many more h.ive been ].ut in ui-dur within the 1 :.-'t j on the .-iulcc. in the gallei-ies, und in the yards; a 1'ump department of .British Machinery, there j nearly water en coiiiv fo i-.'HIJ sivle R.. just roe' COUH'S. just ri'L-'i! at .Ms. j yet v.'crl- to do which another week will I think the American genius is hitrdly see cocltidcd. Meantime, the i more wide awake, more fertile llrong of visitors is immense, though the i than the British; I think that if our unexampled extent of tho People's Pat-' manufactures wore ns extensive and firm- acu prevents any crush of inconvenience. lyjostablishcd as the British, wo should in- think there cannot have been less than Tin Thousand visitors in the building to- ist rec'd and for f ilAl.llil.: 1 i :JU iii (int.-apjur ?i-l and for al M.ii.'-.-l int. ileil.'i-s in si I 'liiiid-i ol sl..-i-I iron war.'. Ov. SPORTSMEN! TTKNf) Til 1-3 CA1.L. .'.'ti iii.'-- .-imp to the i -T- l.'imv ti.e Oifice, on '.'i IK-: Dun) will heriMlter keep on -i- 'ii an-i a >npplv done intheln-st mi h.ind, ,.r to order, and at Ihe lit-st. .'iilv 1 1 nh. .vUl Piekles just reo'd .May t, fy lor r.ale at KIM) iX" VI'OM-'.S rr '.Mi.v l.-i-M.' Kaltimnro Ovstors i.; vv. couiVs. of those siiiierior for sate at G. W. COBB'S. .Sonp just (i. W. t.iOBK'S. course, any attempt to specify, or to sot forth' the merits or defects of par- ticular articles must bore be futil'j. Such a universe of .materials, inventions and fabrics defies that mode of- But I will endeavor to give some general of the exhibition. vent aud improve machinery much faster although it will probably bo to late to have u chance for the prizes. These arc to be mainly .Medals of t-ic finest Bronze to cost MJy. ft and ro- spuotively. Probably about one thousand of the first class, two thousand of the, sc.c- At ('-a'.u.-r. ond and live thousaud of the t-liird will 'pie c-lioenxi the trains a- tin1 jia be distributed. .But they arc not to be i llornell.sville the cars sloppn ilivcn for dirterent grades of cxccllonce in pcojib: as.-cinbb.'d in great numb tun train At. tho car.- minutes Here t'ie pt> thusiasvio. and tin with ,'i report loud I'liouuh f-jr re v a f.'W rv en- awa-. -..-ill ears ;i tin- pv-.i-i 1. and tin: j ers at t-lii.- i L-. n it forogollio pli-asuro i iiis most gralefiil aokui 1 in l.liis beaulif.il I ba. a imtne that. sdiindi-.! in oili- ears i soim-tinioi so unjdi'asantly. There was n.> il.inger of a ho.-iile invni-iou in this pi-.-u-efiil retreat. [Minvi 1 fn said tin doubt, they would lie tu iiivtr tho Attorney O'unui-.-il ami oflier learned i men. and the I'osl.inaslei- man of letters, lie way lo Mi-, j who said Im b-irn in i Far West, and wns but littl.; -lispnsed superiority iriywi.ei-e. but. he .was now compelled to tin1. eorn. :tliil to admit that New Vorl; wasllio ICmj.in; l-lnto. of the I'nioii ]y: iron. An- oll.-ur was ail-led In -.vliicli i doubly great and her with thi' of tlm ei'iiutw. At lloni'tidali! I hi- i'residtft-t and Cibi- net were wii.'i :i 'I'iiis l village the s'lrni'inding iiiigly tlie same field of exertion, but for radical- j important connects the ihi with BtilValo. The being called people said this was no j'ltie for ly diverse merits. The first class will be mainly if not wholly given for Inventions. Discoveries or Origiona! Designs of rare excellence; the second class for novel ap- j Ho was plications or combinations of principles 'leys he lia.- ,i'id thi-n1 no j.la already known so as to produce ai-ticlosof] more charming than thai which laid b I signal utility, ciieapness of beauty; the fore him. This was an important point i At Oil-Mil Mi.-s Xin'rils tlie ir with a. to pl-e.-'Oli! it lo and held ill ler hand an i j .-.In: intuinlfd to read, bit Mas tl.e sound of the wlii.-th; and !ui 1 r V 10 IllT '.V.'iv slli- Conl.l MM.sin the l.-vrly v.-il- 1 At this t.nere was :i numher of well thirdclasa will bciiivcu fur deciticd than they do but I do not wish to dcuy j lence of quality or workmanship without that this is quite a considerable country, j regard to originality. By this course, it _1., i .'l! .1 t Wednesday May P. M. I have just ratnrned from another and rny seventh daily visit to the Groat Exhi- bition. I believe I have thus far been among, the most industrious visitors, and yet I have not yet even glanced at one-half If you enter the'building-at tlie East, the articles exhibited, while I have only you arc in the midst of the American con- tributors, to which a great space had been allotted, which they nieagorly fill. Pass- im; Westward down the .goriyb aislo. our next neighbor is Kussia, who had not aa eighth j of our space allotted to her. and lias filled tlmt little far less thoroughly and credita- ab'.y than wo have. It is said thnt the at most of those I have seen. Of course. I am in no condition to pronounce judgments, aud any opinion I may express must be ttikeu subject to future rcvisal aud modification. is hoped that personal heart-burnings and invidious rivalries among exhibitors may to a great extent be avoided. I cannot close without a word of ac- knowledgement to our Kmbassnilor. Finn. Abbot Lawrence, for the interest lie has taken and the labor lie h.is cheerfully per- formed in order that our Country should be creditably represented in tlii.-i Exhibi- tion. For many months, the- entire bur- then of correspondence, fell on his shoulders aud I doubt not whether the Fair will have cost him less than rive thou- on this Kailroad. f.jr it was here that (jrcati improvement v.-oMhl shnrt- ly be connected with his e-it IJuiralo. Me regarded M.-rncii-vllle :i IJullalo. for wiion the At LI- Alli.-g'.'nny lliere v.'as (.Je b.-st tiie ciilii-i! lino. large a brilliant most ol them :-un. f beauty The of] e rod a r.. innrlc.-. '.vl'.OD tin) M F i rt E ARINI rearer part of the Russian articles intcu- presented in behalf of British Invention; 111 ;--l........i 11 think a strictly American Fair might got up which would evince more orig- ionality of creation or design. If I am her: Krcticbcontributionsboing'ecjual I wrong in this, I shall cheerfully say so si iwi-ior "nt UHIO dcd for the Fair are yet ice-bound in the j yet I think a if lor sah''at Baltic. France, Austria, Switzerland. be got up w G. W. t'ORB'S.. Prussia and oilier German States succeed I ionality of I know well that so large and diversi- j sand dollars when it closes. That be lias exerted himself in every way in behalf of his countrymen attending the Kxbibition is no more than all who knew him antici- pated and his convenient location, bis fled a show of Machinery oouUl not be nade up in the United States as is here i r -i if _p TJ "i.: .1. a part o! jiu.lalo. tor wiion t-lie in.- tween the two points there wl-.cu K cii-'ine whisJli- would bo a constant i-n f Mr. I l.ilen. Via.-: nr tUuni. night, noon au'l Tlicrc was no other railrord tin: wori that so cxi the i of I no iiing to not all r.v but tin M> iv tu .-ay uvcii t. tin- Agent for the Protection think) iu value if not in extent and va- riety to those of all the rest of the Oon- i tinent. liohcmia, has sent some admira- ble glassware; Austria a suit of apart- ments thoroughly and sumptuously fur- niscd, wins inuoh rtsg'.ml and some There is of course a great array of tasteful design and execute work- manship from France, though I do not i--' nei-.l r.-i-.'ivin-' a i-hoicw lol of I'KII I' THUKS, ilin-cl Ni i.-Kiiv. near O.ivenport. iovva, ..--.virr they be h-iil at V i-. Those desirous of wei'. to eal! yoon. am receiving a fine 'u! Flh.KORI'. for Nursery. UAUTfOUO, (vl.N.VKCTICUT. r.ilieic- issued iipon Ihf -most favorable terros iy A W. I'AUHlS, Ay for Alinernl I'oint aril nrva Iv. Wari-aniee and Quit I'lairA Ik-cds. I.e.ises fo'r Mineral Ai'.iuiuisti-.Hors ISoiuU when convinced of it. Many of these ma- chines arc very good for their kind with- out involving auy novel principle or impor- tant adaption. With regard to Flax-dres- sing, for example, I find less here than I had hoped to see and though what I have seen appears to do its work wetland with commendable economy of material, I think thero are more efficient and rapid Flax- just now call to mind any article of trans- j Dressers in the United States than are cedcut merit. contained in this exhibition. I have not The main aisle is very wide, forming ai yet examined the machinery for Spinning broad nrcmienado on each side with a col- Icciiion of Sculpture. Statuary. Oasts. between them. Foremost among these is Fowwer's Greek Slave, never seen and Weaving the dressed Flax fibre, but am glad to see that it is in The report that the experiments in Flax- Cotton has not in the least to bettor advantage f and I should say j discourage me. Who ever beard of a there arc from fifty to a hundred other great ec-onomiciil discovery or invention orks of iu Marble or that bad not boon repeatedly pronounced Emperor of .Russia, whinh not so long as the Krie Ikailn.iaii bettor, lie did not regard popular demouslrations as iiiteudcd for I.im. but as an expression of confiiloncc- in thr right administration of the laws and of dcvo tion to the Constitution of the [Loud cheers Mr. Webster then r.iado a few j tions. i' There wore loud nails for Crlttonden :it V s n an t.ht; i'ii a croiv.l fur l ho cars. There was .1 host of fo- mali! beauty a pliitform. beside a e.i-- r'agc full the fa.i- but, iln> must "f scorn.- wa.s 9. of all age. aii.j sexes. i. th-.in wide acquaintance and marked popularity j and shouts for old Kentucky. here have enabled him to Uo a great deal j A t length. Mr. Crittemlen came forward Every American voice is loud ia his-and said, they always called him out last, he verily bulievcd. in order tu make tiie people glad to part company with t'ie train, j LauL'hteiv] Ife in'iu-i regi m pvai- -I walked through a good part of the galleries of the Chrystal Palace this mor- ning, with attention divided between the costly and dazzling wares and fabrics a- rouud me and the grand panorama below. Ten thousand men and women were mo- ving from case to case, from one theme of admiration to another, in that magnificent tnnple of Art, so vast in its proportions that these thousands no where crowded or jostled each other; and as many more might have gazed atid enjoyed in like man- ner without incommoding these in the least. And those added thousands will come, when the Palace which is still a lab- ratory or workshop, shall have become what it aims to be. and when tho charge for dailv admission shall have buen still !ii the In j on this not jthel'ro: 3n- I t.> to i idoi.t t'; in.b.-rst-it.d K.'igl cor, c.-.untr. .1 lai from the sun. and it desiv.-e- nil the p could be lies! on :t; i something he .idtnirtd more tinu it was the beauty c.u tin: lancl a. t-hc land -i ter and cheers] and finer specimens had never seen thau what fore him. If lie had ties hi) would not give her for all moun- tains he had seen. Then there were lond cries f North Carolina. At ll.iytou. a sad aci.-id.-: th- I A uuuibur of people ass he I salute, and after ..on; I ia; now stood lie- j reloading when half sue of the.-e beau- j the see.md time tin; gun I'xploileil. blowing the hnuds off of one :iian und one off from the othftr. It is feared that of will not survive tlie At Fori-estvillc. 8 miles from Dunxirk, Mr Graham, of the Navy, finaily camo tiiere was a great demonstration. Flags forward and thanked the peoph: in the name of the good old State from whicli I.o wore exhibited on audit banner w u prusented tju loiluwidg   

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