Racine Weekly Advocate, October 11, 1865

Racine Weekly Advocate

October 11, 1865

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Racine Weekly Advocate (Newspaper) - October 11, 1865, Racine, Wisconsin COMPANY. Office Sfo. S Milwaukee, S2.60 I'JKtt YJEAH. 50 Ooiil-H oil" iri'Kld I" Font Office. 'VOL. NO; 41. TbU Compa Letllliture of SuLo of d by tlii. proccdl ojiflc to the ilcvclopnic which comtit of two coal'i ether iliffcfl Uot.ilri.-il mill Midi ire on Mill ait tliy Joyful toinln 1 illil lu of o sfitrmH, tlltll mill t look waary, tnly for one mil nillM -'fO'" Mcnilvlllo unil clfiln "illw from Mill Orctli ruo. llirouijli cunlerof mile .nil "1-i.t.rdj of oochunartd ,mi V uf iinu bo'lrK w- rllory. TUorc ll room for one Ihouwml pul UUtk M "I' l5 ftr urouuil d.uM. Hi" oil of ....ulliy for oa Rroooil. Tlio iwnlou of neck a shouted Nash, us he passed ou. "Bent the old Shiivuy, with a troubled iook at Ids defunct bull "thy clephiiiis is too liei'ty for my beasW bu thce will not ivi.iko so miif-ii out ol the operation as tlu-e supposes. 1 was Hike my family to tl.y show, ce lliDc'and ihy lilt.weil tu Waxes 1 no one step, and now thce in.'iv j.roceed witb tliy elephant, and bo the ;i picnsu be- ini; ridded iis Shavey tool; u second proportions of the stalwart phiint-keeper. him on lake ciiiii-ii ,rs io of of. hit It ..will be, rernenib'ered' .thiit.-'ieyeral years noiinciiig.'that a' seieutific'.gentlemaii after careful -observation1, discovered 'a flowed and ebbed as rcgularlyas that'of the .ocean, but hardly perceptible to the casual ob- server. The in to confirm th'e fiiCt asV'eg'ards Lake Erie also: L'p to 1.817 I.supposed, that.no-other than the of Luke Erie and flow, and.from that date, to tiie present'time I MIL, posi- tive there, an: other me_ do make the waters ol the hike ebb und" How-.'- 'Iii ot IS17, licing on a voyage't'o1 Grand'river, I put into Point landinu, 1 noticed the water was1'falling fiist. hastened to'ihove-the.liuat to deep water, but did not-succecd, and in a few minutes walked aromiJ.-the uoat on dry ground, the water hnvjugfallen about two feet. Tlie people ou tlie.point said 1 need not be were ulwavs tides nowing.in. the bay, rsince first settlement there, and that the tide would soon be in again. In about, a couple of hours I resumed -my voyage. They still How in'Poinf. Albino Bay, but r so high. A very heavy lake'took place about the Liist..Wonder vol' 'A '.very, aiiee.for, aiding tlie ...ordinary .educational of the., languages) music, arithmetic, etc., was exhibited re- London', in.the presence of sev- eral ladies and gentlemen interested in the work'of education. Tlie Patent1 name which the'invcntor'has given" to'this very shin- ple.'b-Jt appm-ently efficient -piece' oi The muchine-is constructed soas.to present to the .eye-an endless succession ,of musical combinations; or of sentences.in gramatical or .indiomatio, .This.e.are. produced' -by iuter- :s of. the words or bars .which have chang been" previ usly selixted and arranged siilid, you D- business ami iiave- sole control; there can ol'tlie result." They wen: married, ami a IIIOIM laijv py malcii never was consiminiated. kvcrythiinj prospered, house.-ami barns and gules were rcg- ;w Soap Tor.'fiiTnUy use canH5e made1 veiy cheap aud of excellent quality with Iittla trouble ThesrUjoxes c believe that, or 50 centaj.aiid p.outfds ol plan: of Pr9" ceeding is 'merely, to take a box of this substance, knock off the lid, and tlirow it iuto a gallon of .boiling, Afar standing about.ten.houjs.tliejye.3vjil bo dear and- must., be thrown, wash boiler with another wa- ter when the contents of the vessel boil, lour pounds of any grease may-be nddp-.L slowly poured in a thin stream and stir- rc'd; well: '-.When- intimately mixed, 'the boiler should simmer' slowly for four or an'hour before-taking off another gallon of hot _ water may be added, together- with half, a te-icupful ot according to a certnin formula, and then written upon the i'.ic'us of the little cubes. Tlie'peculiar chai-aelcristi'c of the appa- ratiis is u contrivance which prevents the faces 'of the cubes llicin- selvcs in An irregu- lar movement I'dng difTereut variation ol'tlie word's or-the bars necessa- rily results from each revolution of the machine on its axis. A complete sen- tence appears at the windows on each oc- casion, and' all'tlic 'rest of the" words or the bars' are excluded from sight. The working of- the machine exempli- fies the process whereby children, taken foreign -sentences-in idiomatic form.- .It shows.that the imel- works mechanically in ihe colloquial salt The latter is not necessary, ever -.-ii-.-toonnach is pos in, -the- soap is curdled or made' short, so that it oreaks the '-soap, is thougnt to be done, plunge a knife in, if the mass drops elear.and ropy, and cbiUs.qnicltiy, it is soap, and will be firm and hard when1 Have ready a witshtnb. welt wet on the bottom 'and sides pour the soap in and let .it -ma- few: horns it will will be as white as snow. -Thi-s process makes twc-nty-five pounds of. or, ai3 cif grease, four 'pounds, lye one pound, twenty-four pounds of .water, Jess two quarts driven off in boiling, (one gallon wc-i-hs eight pounds nearly) and 'Convert- ed into soap of excellent detersive prop- Since the grease is saved li-om erties. last I Attainment of kngiiagps. partic- should judge, about three feet.. had in" relation to the idiomatic rela- iiisi entered the ercck.with load ul- thc Tin- machine was de- nhilcd, und tin! eXti-ii-ive liel.ls smiled and llourishi'd like forliiiialu I'u'.her-in :t a ilrunkard's grave. a i.irge fumilv, and i-lu-y still live. respected itml from an energelie girl's resohition, and courage. foi-othoug Tin: of a Career. fft'Cc 'is Army. "of goods in'the boat." Polly i my men pro- pelling herwitii setting-poles': The day was calm, clear and warm', but in an m- stunt we were checked by a flow-of wa- ter out of the creek, giving us stermvay into thft lake. We, however, got- lines OVL-I- the spiles and checked her up. Ihc "-T ,d myself, .was thc with a number of barrels of salt to careen her, and so fall of the creek that the boat was partly capsized, and although there were several cankers or. thev u-rible to save the salt; which' was lost in thecrwk. Should any of the men be still liviim in ButTa'.o who were at work on Abigul, or any.others.who. Imvc no lined the' tide Abigal, a large open rivci in" io S. Thoinpsoii am repairs ou thc margin of. r l.. .._..l.. vised pounds o ts soap use it constantly for domestic purposes. Sdcnlijic American p ti-r int. gom; but look An English paper.- -An. iuwi- lieiit is just now being discussed in imli- l-irv cii-eli'--; si, f.ntriior.lii.iiry lnat were not its triith f. r Ly official an- tlioritv. the narratinn wmild ci.-i-tainl; deemei: absolutely iucrt-dible. Our cers nuartered .it the Cape between teen und twentv years ago may be r 11 certain Dr." ISnrry a'.taclied to the medical staff and a reputation for considerable skill m. Ins profession, especial! v .for firmness, de- cision .-Hid rapidity in diflkultoperations. This -cutlemim had enu-red the. army m ISKi.'had piissed, cf course, through the in the hike, they would coiiler a favor by suiting the facts. .It is baiviv possible that the wind at a point up the bike might .force a volume of wa- ,e'r end of the hike, but illustrate tlio method 'set forth in Mr work on the Mys- ter of Language." The beginner com- mit.- to memory two foreign sentences very perfectly.' The English transla- tions are inserted into the machine, and whenever it revolves a .liflerent variation of the words appears at the windows. The system requires that thc learner shall translating these variations until he, shall have attained "master" ol 'them. Then he may undertake another sentence: but he must rccapitidate them in.every lesson in onV.r to prevent their escaping' from' his memory. The exclu- sion froiii sight of all words except those with which the learner is actually dcal- thc moment is of-great hnportancc, bec-ansc it removes nil uncertainty and obviatps'-thi'.-difiicnlty of retaining in the memory the latter words of a spoken sentence, whilst he is employing that fac- eeall'm" thc foreign words re- Slfflit''1 Sonil.il. iinmigrtitJor. 'sooicty lias'ljtwi ors.ii.- in Central. Virgim.i, wlioso purpose is in nvitcScoicli-MiEnglish tinners o a.-it.c a thai region. 11- is proposed lo send lo riroatliri-iiin to make known the1 inilTiuiral of-Vii-ginia. Tlio tocicty out only to farmers, but 10 coal nnd iror. inincrs, and to iiiamir.ictujers n various br.iiicliea as well. Jlr. iniaiii i. of Cbnrlottesvillc, wrote-w Mr- the uppe for want of space or scope, would ivmdrc'.i stronger wind than our lull io i-fTect. and at' tins time we had a numerous commercial marine- of small i vess-.-ls on Lake Eric, which must have met with disasters had such a plac-'. .uitl it would also qu ired for the beginning have ale- been the BulJiilo ..on the vesstis' logbooks. One .of. these-tides pltiee'diirina thc early stages ot the of "tlie Buffalo harbor, tia.iy 'i-ades of toSistanl-surgiroii and .-surgeon L! served: us destrovihg" a temporary eo.lee to OFFICE AV TITUS HALL Niitiiritllvfond of company, and possess- OITV Or NKW VOKK, SKCUKtTV I CITY NEW VOllK, Cirilnl thi-v street, C.pltilnnO I.NS. CO., CITV Or" NEW YOl'.K, urpluj t.M.UW IKS. CO. CITY OF SEW YORK, l Sorplul CKOTON uarsoii.''" A slialsi-. uu'H'e decided, and a itiir Nav, nay I'll set' the hung fust.'' r.ow'the lirstoiiewliowasvaiKluisii- ed -tood ftirw.ii-d, ami like a brave Juan, called out, "Isav parsDii, yo're a riire vouiiu nn. yo ar. 1'se tell Ve'rc uoiiw to hear you piryi-Ii. Ana. all followed him along the little iid tin! writer, and heard thc Word niiicttv; adding, it .remains to be seen what- "will' become of the fight. What did become of it'? I heard, a lonr lime afterward, that from that day, men doll'.-d their hats, and women cour- tcsied, and ihe. children looked awe stnck-1 en, when thev met or passed linn tint the church and schools were tilled that ihc beer houses were nearly all shut up bereaved to show their ap- preciation ,of .his worth, and w_perpetn- tate- their horror of, .his murder.' Thus the very marble oycr.the.; grave of the "victim, of. lawless, violence, utters ally became a sot. ee ble woman, without much the former peculiarity into play. ly plain, of feeble propor- ill" superior conversational powers, his under the imperfection company was much-sought-, andhe event- of. squeaking voice. Any ;u wife was 11 "cliaflinL'" with regard to-the.-ie, lecision of ,viiicciall'v" roused l-.is ire, Lilt to the comicg times of all I'uinds nt'.'a-'deed.of blood wliosc. charac- ter is fitly desuribcd-in the name given It is im impressive lussons, which SEW YOHK, CITY VU1E INStfllANCK CO., HABTt'ORU, Surolu, NOKT1I AMERICAN INS. CO., IIAKTFOKS. C.plUl t8T NOHTM1VKSTKKN INS..CO. the character; but an only child was i.nc re- verse, thereby illustrating 'one those singular laws of nature, that- the lemnlcs oftcni'St take after tho father in character and personal peculiarities, und. the males lUlor-.tlic mother. .Mary ..was well aware ot eoiise- will-be more likely to heed nnd profit by than most that, ;'.sione.d ,131-11 or mute.'m'arbli- teacher.. ud that a great moral and formation was in progress. religious re- Thnt geiitlc- man had previously .been .the instrument of. a like change in an equally- demorali- zed parish. I may add that a'te'w years back he was deemed the fittest ol clergy- 'Poio'r niiyno.oii Aiiierlcu. Peter Bayne writes from England the 'Christian WatcJuiwii to Reflector of Boston 1 "The "display of und ma dui'in iisl mier.cei. that would inevitably follow her father's course, and had used every ex- ertion of persuasion and reason in Jicr- power, to ir.d-.ici; him to.alter his haoits, but without avail; bis resolutions and promises could not withstnivUemptation, and he pursued his downward course, till the poor girl despaired of reform., and "evousJy. realized what the end must wjis at'length discontiniieil on Bill- and !i''rec with.me, but hearhn ufterw that a gale hud taken ..the .lake nVihc samo. time, he alleged that this was the.ca.use.pf tlie disaster. This wind wa.-. fltiubtless a squall sweeping along th'e Soiitli shore for a time and then di- gini; inland, or else it-.was a. gale or in the whole or-most.ofthe after point o a stand still and blow.e'd out like .terial, tlie, United States ring the war, has once and forever, tilth is ra .gigantic' KIS l.NSUKAXCE CO., SEW YOKK, men i'l the cluirch to go out as bishop to American .coinmonwi .nui not u, be put down; not to a scone ot great per: heathen country. Dick result in. John Dunn was a and OUttlll m-e according to Davaiiant' believes in thiri'-s exactly as they Lindlev Miirrny, :i keeping them so at somebody's expense. Dick "has a milf down there ou the up- per Brandy wine, makes the bestcorume.il n market, and has the widest range .of custom of anv miller in tour Delaware C.PIUI COLUMBIAN MAHIN13 INS. CO. CITY Of SEW YOKK, mornin banned Into Dick's Sam Slather siii broken up, sure to be-a dangerous one-1 cultivating as a IrienJ. It was gull and bilteracsa'for the entire England to have to'own'tliat the republic was able. crush since the thin" is done, there .think, a general disposition to'acknowlodge that it was. done with'splen'clid courage and indom- itable perseverance.1 Tit was not m hu- man im- pression calculated to" Ly the maje'stitt benignity-'of .victors, from the moment when" the rci.e1s-.laid the Eost, possessed of a good educa as -ill our New England boys arc, their indomitable industry and persevc- and-was workinir on the farm ol a neighbor by the inonth. Mary, on going on soinc errand to the next house, met him on tlie'r'oad with the usual, Good iiiorning, Mr. Dunn." i i "Good How isyo'iir .to tell the 'truth sick at .heart. Pray, what is the said i: ofleii'lei him-1 through r.he lungs. 1.8-1.0 he bocam.i promoted to be- medical was translei'rcd to Malta. There lie W.LS equally, dis- liii'Miislied by his skill and by.his pugna- cious -'propensities, i-be- l.it.ter beeoiniiig' so .developed upon the-- slishl-esl. ditiereiice ,'.f opinion..with ..him, th.it no.noiieo was allowed lo be taken of, his lits- ol-ife.mper- .'Ke proceeded from Malm to CoVfu. -where he was quartered for'inany years, still" 'nous for tiie same peculiarities. NV.heii our Government ceded tho Jonion.Islands It., Greece, and our young man from j rinjwcci ilic'-'t-crrifory; JJ.r. Hurry elected .0 leave tlie army'iind take his "csi- stiee Mr. George Marsb, our L Turin, has fonvanled :o tbo roporitioii of a company of Italmn "v. cnipc prowers and wine y Uiisconntry in sue., force aswonlc. ullke fo r tbocuiUvntioii of a million of jn a ten Soullu-rn Slates, --o A: machine with two rows affords nn dditioiitil exercise, for it thc iorcigu are placed in one, and the hngnsli i the other, .aich revulinion will give an pportui.ity for practicing double iou. The'imicliinc will soon recomrneii.i tscl'f-by the rapidity and econoiny with vhich-it works. 'To write out the vari- ations of the sentences on -paper would je a very tedious to make d-tim'uiva.mce written senten- ces would be perplexing and tmsatisfac- TJie apparatus, is a sort of.dumb waiter, from which the ,begUiner helps limsclf without bothering or.being both- ered by a .talking onc..yOiic.promment feature of the 'scheme is.' that it bars the beginner from attempting to manufac- taro a n Thc sentence must Our u especially A irgmia, Xot. Carolina and il.e hilly' parts of Georpa, Soiu. C.iroliaa Alabama, nrc aJm.rnbly Sicd to Uie'culiure of -be grape und silk-worm; .md with proper by the placers we may .-ec silk an.l wmc t..k.. their place ftmong Uic Soiitliern staples m :i few years. lan be' selected Irom ood education, cam........----------- a lamp. I never supposed-.Uio.dam wa; much injured by this vjmLlviln our fa I gules ihe wind and the tlood-'.'gcnerall} uike tdui-c about tlie saine'time. -I hav supposed. thiiik, tha 'thc'grei.t Hood 'of citiised by one of these tides occurring a 'the time of the gale, and'-in-connectio with it caused the great flow, of.wntcr in Buffalo bay and It db'2S not seem possible that this gale could have caused such now of water, it being but an or-, dinary heavy fall gale, not coming up in, to some of. our.; my position is, I Had i.h... "ale corrcspondcrl with the flood much' mischief must have-been done, on land. -This not taking place 'is another evidence of the soundness of my., theory; do not deem it.possible for any gale of winu to force such a water from other'sections and ban'k'.it.'.up so in 'Biitlalo bav and flats. by ,iose who'ha'v'e' 'given tlic.'s'iibject'.biit lit. books, or else received from ft nativ No however learned he rnay uc, ran make au idiomatic sentence- tongue until auout it, and it is tempt it. t'rom the Dcmocra'. Sept. T. We learn lh.it the .lop, .u-c u.akiiiK serious are only a few eai-es out of many conbtanU.v cm-ring, and they all come to us authenticated. U rate, the loMi oi1 ihoufands of dollar will result from ibis cnn'c alone, and the ov. tuc vspre.-vil.iic. alualil Tins iccreasingtl eat ruc- ..irc.an'l clioict; worthless dogs, oug.it to be at ouce, it' uny, means cm dcvisc-i yinc cut of ten of il.csc ravcnons and prowlins curs arc a nuisance to ,ul of no V-neSt 10 thoir owni-rs. community, a We are nty, a '.old tli.it it is very scluon. si.oniiig at-cuiUv of bhccp-killing, as they arc Rener- aUymoro carefully. better tfie vresciit dog law not sufficiently MTIII- dcslrt.ctoi. of pi-open.v :v lo hu knows something very irrational to at- paratus a novel .application u (icntc the rest 'uf. his days.'.at .Coriu. lie .there- dim' about a upon'his death was-discovercd' to be. a woman! Very probably this discovery wiis preparations for interment, but, there seems'to be an. idea prcvalerit'.ihiit either verbally during the last Illness, or by some pcrusi-d imniediatclv "alter bis (for'-w'e imisfstill use the dcatli, had begged to.be naifr of any sort. !'.This most likeh-j'only- aroused the of meal, andputit to Dick this way-- _ "Good Dick. Nine -Mlliions -of1 Cnpiitnl, ASorJInit ..eurlty promptljr ptW- oi mo BITIDe'SKvksTV-FIVI PER CT.OFTUK PROFITS Wllh uiuKd. _. my office, for Inforniiillon icrmi of .NEW. FIRE IKSIIBAWCE COMPANY or UARWOXD, OONNIOTICUT. 0 SO D. J EW F.TT, Prrflilcn t C LOUU toriht S that liknow .not to look in history 'Meal, us usual, Sam." 'Sho! I ir.can 'now is it. Pretty -nlways-is! Blast it, mm.! What do you charge Don't clmrge "at "I'll'l.'Snin; havs.to war Oh, tliiindcr! How docs it go In-lmn-els, bags, pillow-vases, some times in tin pans." at-. iu reality; but I haveto sell it as low as thev do down in the village.. you understand "'Not in your. way. .ot.spoaking I'll be cussed; heres a five dollai'.note willithat uuy.a hundred A hundred what, Sam 3" can't ,1 the. man.'.under- ,to it is a subject 1 cannot explain to But you; thought I anvthins- even distantly merciful' self crnmcnt and1 people1 of the United .States. -it the close of a'conflict.. in ..which they hiid endured SoniueK aiid ..the .proyoeii- tionoflered.them.liad.Jjecii.so.great. In what other instance .of TebelKoiL-succcss-, full v resisted hus-thc1 seafTold not fol lowed in the rear of the coiiquerins.army, the, ''cn'tho'work which- and''ye'. 1 have sometimes might." >j- "Any thing that 1 can do for Watts, you-niay freely command. "That is proinisi iiig1 more than you .ofthe Inke'to-.ebb; and flow. Most of the summer siuialls of wind, space or-seetioii in- iiv causing, the other sections of the IttfceiHjvery-lirnitea. Thus1''.i' sqliiill -li'iay. 'the South shore andivifli'-calm 'on1 the North wind blow-insffom iniotii it -no "5. to '.eomirion'- sailing- breezes er pom -reference which expand'and cover1 largo sections o 'country, generally., a straigh1 course, aiid'absorbiug and.carrying witl and adverse currents of wind 'tiHv'met -a form sentence'alter sentence at the Measure of the operator. Its'.idaptatioi xi-TiHisicii'i wmposition1- was aptly illus- rated-on the piano forte. .'A number of upon each of the sides of which a.difi'erent. bar; which, reai xigeth'civ.liarmomzeil into a. regular Jieme or melody, placed .111 the iiacbine- and varied at, pleasure by Wru- ng the handle, the same arrangement or rarelv recurring as thc same combinntior. of pattern and ialiedscope. _ d color m the following curious stovy appea in.lhe-.N'ew- -A fe days tine's -last-visit to.Berlin, :i..commissione .National Government ai i-ivcd with a .Swedish..'.passpor from Stockholm. ..On pfcseiitingbimsel to bis'fellow commissioner in. the I rua siiiii capital'; the latter' informed him tli: apital' two Russian had formerl in the-insnrrection had determii the .GjrandDuke ou Ji o bo l.iscd out of cxisiunct-; and- the cost ol ccping them" made so' Jiciivythntnonc cnn .if- or.J w usvo Uicm. If they nro-ft luxurj- -ori.h hiviiig, at Uiarisk of injury .w others, bey ave a luxury worth. roundly for ,e privilege if indnlgins- o bave -the right to shoot down every unrcg- s'ered. unmai-kcd.-ana. mituxod dog, founu uvav from owners premises or presence. ThcVunu.il to the country Iron, the slcal- hv depredations of thievish nnil mutton-eat Md should be wrested do-s is e rnrocdhuoly. ihcep. Kill tho dogs .md t.ic Canal- 'Vc'lcarn that li-ctiv'e .ire com- menced on tho Portage 'Loke-and Lnke_Supc- Canal; and it confidently .anticipated tii.it boau will be: passed: through, by Uie Ih-t of. November of ncxtycar. rortagc Lake, as our readers are generally ..ware, is fi wennw. ake Superior, cutting Kcwennw.) oint ia two, much a.1 Sturgeon Bay cuts ott let of La almost ia 1'cninsnla of Green Bay. Tt is navigable for all cmft to wjihin'wo mi'ics h-cwcnaw Point nnd when :i c.mnl ii mndo t narrow neck of tmal. narro miles of sailing will be avoid.ng i.li'c rather dimgcro'us navigation ar ThcGovernni'i-nf-liiis provided- hb- around the Po'int. ifiht h part of which .will be only. 10 be 131 feet in depth 'de' di nly. the canal h epth' for all 'chuscs'of vcwcls. Tlic piers- ie Western end will be ,of. crib 'J work an LO iiHi LI1V .iv v------ ijn; MUaovin W.IN. WpTbini: to revenge themselves, stone, ami the- nauiral_cpiifor- of their le'shot." iVitwo commission- of il3df.' ,r willing to perfovm.' But to break tne ice at. on'ee, do you want a an" A wife? don't know: Do you want a'.husband7" I'do; the'worst way. 'I don't you .may .think 'mebold, and deficient'in that maidenly modesty be- knew- my "the affliction1. 1 suflcr, .1 think1'it Xvouia be somc.ftxeusc.for iny my.-heart-tliat you thought: of, .the conse- llilUULllULL A, _ -fr-r -IT tlic Would ,ro say-it'rovcrently, a. a Lft .t. miri which re- ression, of the Indian mu- immediately, sue-: ceedmg' proud cyor.y, .American, -1 been1 imbued in the. blood- of buy a "how it.i.e.r.'- a hundred .weight.. five and. Look-here, this "ive me some: meal.-for it? T a :yo'u (lou'l mean it- e: assent and .-mankind, .on. approaoi tie acatroldhsSchttones.must tell, M.1 if-I catch the tone are.already .powerful for the American Bepublic the -.tnecuon- large proportionjoi but iwror queiices said my Lam are' am a stran- 'almost -erazy. Let mo explain. You one_ els'e'.know.; of my father. His habits are fixed beyond amendment, and- his property-is-.wasting like' the dew before the of harpies ar.e sndiruin.an'd misery nare us in the.faee. WVn.re-.-.-alinost-.is1 equally -beyond a doubt brought to light that mil in question had at' some-'time or other been, ft mother. This is'all'that is lus yet known'o'f-'this extraordinary story. The motives tliat.occiisioned.aiid: thc.tinic. when coinmcnced this singular deceptinn- 'are bothshrouded-in'-Diystery. 'Bu: thus, it staiids'an'Miidubitiible fa'istj.thiit.it.jwo1-. man the' British fought one -.duel and had sought many more, had 'pursued; a h.i_d; rc- ce'ivcd :i diplpinai and' had 'acijuireel; al- most a i celebrity, for-skill'-'as.': a- surgical supposed. JAMES SUDAN, Sr.; ngular religious morcnimt -WM -.begun Engliiiitl a few weeks.'. ago. tl t -starin gors "it is truerbufl-hnve.-observed you 3Tour habits, i-you'r jndustry and 3Tour habits, i- 'the care and .prudence ith.-wjuchsyou The 1'ro'rcijsor Gippoft's long priiecs- .j _ .1 Vnt iiT-n nf lo the-- measure... From. statement .n-de by Rev.-.F. formerly of SU, Edmund Hall, gitl. or, the following 'mdicat-ioi.s of __ An institution" Ihc title Association Piomo- lion of the Unity of- tmile_ in a bond of "p'rayeVmembersboth of the clergy 'and-'litily'of'thcBqniin --ionB'' become black of ttii trary of Neptunian, ori timoiii-.i'a6a conditibii, Tb'at. tticy'iirc, uian origin, ,'iiiirt ono'; p'roreil only, by- clOHUrcs 01 ccrijuii cry.Btalsj" gc.rmin'iiun'g and ...cv.eu1 -''s acceted. c'rs; would only I briii" disgiiree on the Polish-cause, detcr- prevent' it, -md-'at -the same ime not' to betray the'omcers in question. 'heytlien, began -to search all over the own for the officers: and -at last, alter andering about met ne of them cab. -They. followed liin to the Russian Embassy, ..where -he.. alighted and asked. the porter when the Sraiid Duke was tb'arrjvc. The porter To-inorrow levcniog, at "10." Tlid'ofiicer' then 'turned away, and was about iiito''lns'''cab, wlicn he was 'of tlie 'Poles, who' thus addressed him you'- have' served in- Polish arid1 -wo'u- intend- 'to" murder the Grand -Duke with nieiat-once to.thc Polish Commissioner; or.l.will have you, arrested; by thc-Prus- sian "The.oflicer, a- young: man of. 27. -then allowed. him.self to ;bi; taken Greek mi-ji-.. it is said, thu .di- visionn for .their 'healing.; union of. thone three cUim for UiomitWea the.lnli1 of, t pric bood and- tho mnde. "Tl.oy'Are1 any principlcs'-whlclftheyi rightly or wrong- we for Uio.p'rp'motion of The names', of-the, me'mboriijiire ;kept i''.t ln._ w'i y'stati o'lvfof 'that jjur p pse and a _si x; _ shooter was'found- upon! him." -A' quart, er of an-hourafterwiira th'e Grsnd -Duke with --the1 brother of the Jiing-of the-Bnissian Ambassador, his life to his of ene ake is a Imrbor of iladf. -Ibis is an. impoitant work for aU.lhc.5i.pc- lor region, and indirectly for, .the Wc.lt. "It t in good and' energetic Hands. The follow- ni arc the officers J. Scctc.arj-, b. EUWAHOS; C_ 0... Mrcctorp, Tl X" AVEHY, and..C. C. f Sew. UAXSOM SUBinos ot'Houghton: ndJ. M. Wjxsi.owof.-St. Advocate. e _ _ i'D Si. floater rays: A.: -on this roait Dforms us tl.it.hc liits.now over one. hundred men at work, and cxp.ccui.to liavo two miles of in-udin" done liis He would 'ho vtsrj- to- get laborers mttberiiisaBrts.tttcurcii-y, owing lo the lato- less of the season nnd.tl.o.numbcr of men rc- uiretl'on 'other rontls.- Mr. Morns oolow the cilv. Before the opening of spring isiircsvili be'takcn ber atoonii to.puah. UiCi-vork rapidly, .if it .oyident tiey, cannot be obtained it home." ,Tlie' construction of the sevcrnl railrbiulanow'iindor'-itij' intliis-Suae will require l large nutnbor of labouig'mcn for Bcrcrnl years to come.., An inyitinj: field is open..UJ m a sljort'titriclo-.make good dei-s, J.OC-AVLUiarop ScotL, Sjirucc by nrc uii. popersrprintcd Wicrj -Dry-Good Uiia ere 'JV.iiMr'an'd'a.urw. of the will juffcr-idcUyi.--; -Ji.i --ta; H. All ;