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   Lafayette County Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1856, Shullsburg, Wisconsin                               THE.MFAVH'n.'B .COUNTY IIKKALU Uprln tirWiry TIIUMDAV, at ONE DOLLAU AND FlfcTV CKSTSlnadvanSP.nrTWO'lXILUAUSIfiiot within -'KATES 'OF 1 jqaare, forono jear ...'.....'....17 00 i 5 (quarts 00 BoslnniCard fivollnri 00 flneclal be uiado wlththoie whou d? THAttSIENT AliVEHTISEMEKTS.' 1 sqre. one 10 Eiieb additional VW R. Att'irncy ami Counsellor lit Law txnil Sollclor and Citiiucllorla Chancery.' In Courtiof W'.iooniln jnd Iowa. lie will uttrnd, locatlog Lands, and buylnu Ilcal Kttati. t Offlco, Centre. MARVIN COUNSELUOH.ANU.SOLlCI'rO IN CUANCKHY, oincm OVER nimwsfER A co.'s ZXCBOOB, ATT O K K E Y S 'AT ITA. VV !n SU-Tcnj' Block, floor. KlIULLSIIURO, AVIS. Ll'.UlOBEIt. SHULESBTHIG; iV.t-.t j IL-T: ,-v.j n >J j ;NO. Some. Things LOTS Me. i ;.Bt Tl All within anu all without mo, -Fcol a moUnehol; s' .And the darkness iilioui foot the Through the-shadow, sollen, dark, ,f y, On tho stream tbo whlta taoon rideth.i :f r the linden leans abbvp nVo' think sorno..thtiigi, th'cro In this love -'-Ercuirib JOHN K.WILLIAMS, iTORNIY AND COt'NSEH.OR AT X.ATV SOLICtTOH IN Offlceon'odoor of the Drug Store .Wntcntrect.S'jull-burg, WUccnila. _ _ Fcb.1865. P. B. ATTOnMIY AND CDUNSKLLOU AT LAW SOLICITOR IN C11ANCEHV, ic.Ao. Offlceovcr Aldeirci Wnter J. J. MARVIN, ATTORNKY AND ClUJNSEM.OK AT LAW SHULLSDUUO, THOMAS BROWN7 COUNTY NUIIVEVDII OF FAY. LATE CTTi: C'O. CAN be found nt hU vfltce In tbulliburg, wir 'ill otlend promptly tu all burinrrt councctc Tilth the offico. Al.o, tbv drawing of Deed Ac.ic. J1U longs tpcrlence as County Surveyor, him f In hU profcsiluu wblcli aro not po'sejspj by any other pcnon. Fob. 1865. OEO. L. FROST, ATTORNKY AM) COUNSELLOR AT LAW. MINKHAI, 1'OLNT, WIS. OVFICE. next Uuor to IJr. nffleo, nnd tvmdviriuUvo Smith's VmiU Store. Will attend to Limn negotiations, and In.mact all onnccted vlthhlt proforilon. Culluctluni pruicntl; Urmlcd to.________________Feb. 1854. AMI DODGE, LaFnyettiCaunty. OffltclntbeCourt Home. ShulUbarg, fcb.lSSS. STUDAUD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND next dixir to the I'tntUlllct.U'otcrstreet, SlmlUlnrn, 1855. C. C. TERttEL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AMI SUllUEON. bli reald.jucc, near the Cuurl Ilnnse EDWARD HEMPS'l'EAD, WHOLESALE GJUIUUH, A'o. Water SI ______._____ CH1UAUII, HI. COUB MESSMORE, Attorneys and Counsellor at Law COLLECTING Of UCK, PVBR TDK Mineral Isconiln. WILL ptactlcelntbetavcmlCourOof.Biidnttcnil tuculluctiuns In th.i couilit-u uf Grant, Bud Ax. ll. C. UCSBHORE O .o IIENRY Importer ami Wholesale IValcr In jlaidwnro nnd Cut 11 tins, PUtula; Ac. Nu, 1112, Fullonitrcct, bo twti-n A Utccimlclutict-t, Huw Vork, 17-Cni _ _ _____ R01HNSON, AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, NOTARY BDNTOy, ll. U. MAGINNIS, ATTPBSBV AT LAW AND' SOI.IClTpjt CUANOERT, Oiilcnn, Illinois. ProfcasibnnI Businqaa promptly attended to. _ _ i II. T. A TIOKNirt COUNSELLOU AT wll XX. promptly attend to nit Professional nnd lincouB ounfided to liiecnto. OClcc th.iOourtlUnuc. Bhiillsburg.l.nfnyctleCc. Wlicnnaln. E. C. K1MBALL, I> El 1ST T I OfflcB with Lcc, TIIE SURVEYOR Of Lafayette County, mny betouridci nil tliHeeirlicn nut uMont on ntuolnl uiunlna, nt hl.i resiilcncu Iii 'tho town of Fayetto.fonr miln froin tho1 village. Penuunl plications or by inall.dircctedto'hlmnt. Fayetir, will ho promptly attended lo. "t iprllZB, tf WILLIAM 'FOSS. CEO; w. j< PHVSICIAN AKW .SUHOEON. iluor ea.it of tha LaFayot to Itous BoulUbu rg, W i Feb. 1855, H. L. ROSKBROUGH, Corner Spring Street and Galena, r Illinois CONSTANTLTi on hand, Monn'miinti', Tfinb Ta loir, llcidotoneii, llurenu, -TnWf and fur Jloorlng. ent for tlminlcuT I run. ItnlllnR, French Biui' Unltlnic ClotlirAo.; Feb.'1855.- r AMIIIKT.UL TOYS in no 1 J'nrtlej wltb Cuko. IIM Crcaui, At.nnshiitt.noUce.' Feb. 1355. AND COMMISSION! .ILLINOIS Wireboote n. Darlingtcn Insurance M. K. JONEIS, Agent. JETNA COMPANY, HatUord, CITY F1BE INSURANCE Pullclw IwieH im Compnnlra ontTDiatf M a nonud wd btelibj eordltlrn itlll WET Gentle buds nro blooming i: Sho'ddiiifr sWeetest'breath'around 'Countlcts voices fist mo :Froni thc'louo itj lu the tall'and, windy Tour., thu shadp'nrs.pf. tin aJii-f 'Irito mipct jlju v There It wjngs and sings Till I think somo thlngf. thoro be In .this doeary world thnt love mo Even mull iKow.thd moon has floatec. to rao, ,.0n'..the Btrcatn, I see it .may, Swinging boat-like, as 'twould' woo iar awuy 1 And tho stars bead from the azure; I could reach them where I lio; And'they whisper all the pleasure Of the sky I There they hang and aniil: above me, Tlll'I think aome 'tiiiugu'there be la the very heavens that tovo ''Even me! "Now whcii come'the tida of even, Like n solemn river Gentle nklnto heaven -On mo glow! Loving eyes that toll their story, Speaking to my heart of hearts; But I thing of glory. Soou departs! Vet'when Mary soars abpi'e'me, I must think.that there trill be One raoro star In heaven to i met -i at Sank Cltyj tragical affair occurred at Lower Sank on jThuydHy.last. .Hunter Duvm, an old reiident living! biick, a feiv miles from'Sttuklwas ehot'by onn William Millard The cir- cumstances were hriefly as '.7 I a I'ersonul difficulty be- Davis, and .Millard.for somo .'time Dress and Manners at St. Petersburg. Among the better classes thu styles are not materially different from our' own, and" the party-dress of thcgcntlemen.with the exception of the vc'y wide toed boots and strapped which ure at present in voge, precisely the s.me. A lady dressed a la wiaic in Now York could scarcely lie, distinguished from one fitted out in St. PC- thedess mensly, HO great, "is. the similarity. 1'urlfl to be the mls- trcss of styles, nnd apparently (joyerns the fashionable wor j Summer.clullm are rarely they do iiot'allurd eullicieiit protection agaiiist', the chilly evenings dnd cold nights wMch sncceedeven tlic warmest days. In uddi- lioti to what we would consider a warm- winter suit, most gentlemen habitu- ally a heavy overcoat'or clonk with one or 'two capes. Ask them why they do so, they reply that whatuver'is a; good protection against cold is'equally goodoue and that they are renllly cooler with than withoutthiiin. 'Whether his theory be true or not, It at any lobksiPtraiig to see so many p croons prom- during the hottest part of a July with cloths t-nough upon .his back to compensate a polar bear for tho loss uf his hide. Perhaps in no place equal size mid with SuPetersburg, is there to be seen less foppishness or-fewer exquisites of tniskiml not being as 'there. .Why this is so I cannot say, unless from the fret that so many ynung men seek their fortunes in the military 'everything Is accordingto tain forms, and who, at Iho present something olsuwith; which to occupy their minds than tin- tlo'of n cravat "or tlictulrl of a mustache. .Then again; the present generation havu had a worthy "example hi the late Emperor, whpalthongli ;'J 'possessed of a godljke which ho was justly proud, in- his ilrefls. consulted olcgnnt simplicity than show, and in his rrmnnern the< dignity oj'i'nanfidoS'rath, ipant, .growing out, p( Borne..improper laiuil- p'ii'the part of the lutter.with" Thivis' Davis 'had thrpatuned to'klll: and "Cadis', Into tha- day last a rifle mid uowie kiiife for ashe-ayowud., He came up'jn Milliird in a barrruorn, dfew-his knife. anil.was about latter lieggbtf him' to'ili'eiftt, said ho was hot" armed, tliut 1m 'would' make- amends' Irir to meet in 'Sank 'village and settlo thp Davis went and did hut'returrrtill last Thursday. At tliBt time he ajjain. went tu-Sauk Hin M lends there.ndvised him to nettle the matter aud, persuaded .him lo give up his', arnia. Tt'wu's 'prpposod that Uninterested arblterr) should bo selected I ti; detenniiiH what reparation Millard should make. did notencountereach other during. the n jout six -o'clock in i the "diurhobn. .At tlmt .tinio .Davis uas walking along the street witli' u As they'were about passing a warelmuse; man 'stopped his, .companion to apeak witli. him. Duvis passed on, when Millard, .who was, concealed iii the warehouse, fired Iroi'h the second -story windoiv, The gun_ was a "double-barrelea shotgun loaJcu witha liandlul of bulls. The charge strucK-Davis in'thu lower port ol the facBj the neck nnd tliorax, mangling him tcrri-: bly undji of killing him iudtuuta- neously. j 1- I 1' HERBERT ON The trial of Phil- ip ,'J. Herbert, M..C., from murderspf, Thomas Keating, rpni- me'nced bpfor the Criminnl Court at Wash- ington on Wediiesdiiiy. At the opening of the ''prisoner "was brought fiom the jail and placed in the prisonur'H box, .He, was ttpeedily surrounded by Ilia friends, and .counsel.'- Mr.-.Wm. Caroy Jones', .of Col. Benton, anil of-' JOHN C. FREMOHT; stepped pver the railing and Heated him- sell in the box by the prisoner. The, court room, was found so opprcasive in conse- quence of the heat and crowd, tl-at it was found necessary to bring in carpenters to taki) 'down, the blinds and throw open tho Messrs.. Bardlcy, Rutcliffo, and the' Horn Percy Wulker uppenred for the' defence, and the District Attorney for the United .StatesV The. indictment be- ing the 'prisoner, he red "not low bv.t firm tone. HtiBBAwns.- One of the 31'or- was- in the company ol the last crowd which' passed through our town fpr Salt Lake, -we learn had no less than lour husbands. She ia said to IHIVL- been nn' intelligent 'looking individual. She contended that women hnd as good a right to have a number us a inajjiihad.tp havel.aB'irfany'wivcs as he wished, provided the men wero all mem' hereof., Church. Thero is nothing like' making 'circumstances auit occtfiiona, and .them Mormons appear to have a peculiar faculty for wucli truns- Islandtf.- Every, thing abiiut liim war, of tins, stump i The interior of his place being: particularly' soj- mogiiifi- cciit bti themagniflcencb'bt the poliFhcd monolith th it rose bencuth his hands to "-Alexander or the' glistening panels of marble thnt line the ''Interior 'of hii greate.it 'iirchitectiral ...work, tho. vi.i-.'.'fjt The the 't-mpiro 1 are to bb seen iii looltiiig 'ffast comman'ding ulmoat Tho young i .his'ifinoly-grooined nug, wit'i amujccdriver.ina: blur and thp.Npvas; presents u tru y gay speutafc-le; The in free ,from ,'thut clear-thc-truck-you-o'ld.'fogy V.air coin- A lady in a'neighboring j town, who hat.' risen rapidly fr'onr the kitchen to grace U, head ol her master's table, who one entertaining u large'party, wlien'.the con yersitiph-'fiappenlngto "Hag, ono of th gueeta Awful "An what's busiiieis .witli awfu wrath( landlady "if scrubbed the house' as long BL I have your paws would line a been sao bonnie and white as they BAYAUP i-TATIOR AOAIN HIS THAV aaya ths.t'among tho passengers, who- siiiletltbr Europo it tho Asia-oil1 the 9thjwas Mr. Bayard Ttiy lor, wlui goes tp spend two three years in Denmark, ,ftiis tha only parts of that can. tinciit which; this distinguisliud traveller has ifdt before 'yiftitedr, JTrj-'Taylor con- templates: route ncrois Northern Asia, Siberia and Mantch- ouri the 'rivor Amour Oregon nnt Onlilnrnin.- i-'Tlitrmrr liiti tyil correspond "with-the-uTriJrme. i _ ....vlf delayed in _ ahead disposed ,'to'drix'o'fast' i.-j enaugb tb stilt .will S. 'McKissack'a with -Ms team; .'paasingithe' hbuna .of Slusher'; They, first attacked the horses, one 'Ol his cI6ar ii blood yes.4el and'diqtj 'epbri ''alter.'', The H-jopcr and" Mr. came-to: his' 'were very jseviiroly injured; ir- The' syniptoms und tuflerinpa of the unfortunate1 men! re- Bcmblc hydrophobia. l" Jirvi. J ho poljtelyr pu -ses The gcntlcwqun, never due othersj iold or blow. As J.siribklrig in thb.strfitiia 'i I- ..most BU gentlemen, and rnariy.bfihn ladies, too, aro and haliit'.'j'e't.youtnever-, nee itput Bido .ji knonrn, and is looked upon a-specieb ofi'l seml-barbnrism dingi and really I tnlnk'genUe'men .'a'p'peaVv'" much and "a'rb .certainly njore tractive j when are'- from the noxious l'.lf'i'.. AND HIS The Bankrupt -law of Connecticut is the same as this 'State, and whenever ajlebtbrcan'procure the consent itp.awpuntt the other oblig-id 'Ati sessipn of thi Legislature of that' however; yip.repeal to tnke? efibct.on But before that date-, his .s attorneys Hucceeaediintgettingtbo'. consent his bis' are the- EalU St; Anthonyj y for distance OP about1 four- side, on break docs' riot diminish the Moran 11. ujb lluut -Mayo Couir y, When last heard -W' prttthe.publlc" iv'prks'iir V cohsjnjj (A ly information will be; thank- lully.receivi Mbran, Nor- "t wich, Cheiii Coy N., Prince B ilirorouki is not to be Russian "'einbcBsador in Paris, because a ladywttb' 'riii '1VQQOJOOO..francs ayeur, with whjclrhbln crided to cut a greatsweli ,dc- clined'tb tri -'-It is "said that the CountStroj onoff.will plafe. -The injur ?rdbne to the'crbpBJby the'late" iiHiiulaUona in Fiance is estimated at .which are reIer- auib'to the' iHilberry In.that mno int'nre hot tha; dum-' lig'e f'bjielo tVevhbiiaesy the" less of cattle' v tueniilii, "injury rhe IIou s Journal bb'sefves that uhoth- i er..bublile ll recent, de- vcloj e.'iient of. t lie .fact: that the costly displuy of; Jridal, prcacnu at; numerous ii 'New' a Tew u'ack, iiuve been', hired 'form e J6wellors'fo "a The N: 'J .Eve. Post, and the Framong tar as heard from, are ;quito doject sd tttilr. VunBuren's coming .U) chanaii. .The. 35 'electoral 'vote's "pi Ni vy, York are ,of, some :conse- iiu'eriee. QuEBEc.'July 16. Tho acrexy steamer Couadian from, -Liverpool, .'arrived, here tlilo forenoon The Niagara urrivotl at Liverpool on vhc 29th DohlolJidd, ex-member of the Cincin- nntti City Ciuncil, who was appointed po- lice ifiicerihreo four weeks has 0 resigned hii appointment to thu heads "of .the or the reason '.'that if lio hon- Otly none' his duty, hn should have the force of the city down "on .A1' P nun j .Harti.burgh, a foreigner, applied to theLiv- crpc'ol.Utiaidiai.s .lor: permission to cx- liuinelu.Tlat j husband's corpse.aa some one "in Paris' lie 1 offered her .francs' for it, thi! late lartsburgh'having had an cx- truordinury, malformation- The Guar- diiins reject d the afleclionate request, n A At'the, celebration' of tho IV. irtli of July in Bingharhton, the Hon. Dunic S. Dickinson, the President of tha 'introduced 'the following "The nonoftlie era of men i nd patriots. "The v, omen i p! Hoop! Hoop! Ifurrahl Tho editir of-the Greenboio', N. C. ,1'atriut has seen a couple of ingots of .gold, taken rorn the McCullock'a mines, weighing -15 I dwts. of beautiful metal. SQIIIRKKI squirrel; hunt 2mtely eame in jWarren ,-Pu.< The numhtr of animals kill- were wood- 'chucks 363, 'ed squirrels 700, chipmucks, black squirrels 468. The S balance was made up of porcupines, coons, liawks, blackbirds, i .c.' A despera e battle between U. S. troops tind the Ind ans occurred near FortiFra- :sicr, Flccidt ,'dn the 15th ult., in which five white' m m and sixteen Indians we're: The Indians were routed, when they took re uge in ii swamp. j !PKH A Tho Buffalo', Republic' says d young man immeclJjhn '.Unmmcllhasbeensentenc- qd to nix, mo itlia, in on complaint of n youiig and respectable girl, 'Vvlip cliarged iimwith'ussaultingherln th'e irtreeii on th i night of the..4th of July "as tihe was retu nlng from the display of fire- works on Ba avirstreet. 'She swore that 1 he cairie rudi ly upi'tb' her and Ills ,ym arpu id lior neck, drawing.her tpf hihi kissing her repeatedly. tf barbarian in mus "idal tcste, J i--.i I mus-' 6" course, thus describes-tiis 'Is'tho'protest'o'f the BBiTAin.'i-Thc American Qwes- .tion, had boon .beforu Parliament. Mr. TMrqprempyed'jn iheJrlpuse of Commons .Uiat the conduct of Governr between tthem and the United States on the qutstiori "of the enliBtment have not entitled it to tho approbation ofthe Homo. andjHewitt, Messrs Cliatlmm'-and of Birmingham, nppcnled to Mr. Moorq to poatpohe his motion, therefore the-debate .The Attorney-General i doYendei! -'the and naid- thut-thc United States' dispatohcs Had not been such a 'might have been.'expected frl'in v n'ntlon desirous' of preserving friendly with England.: Sir. M. Phesainger supported the motion and contended that the BritWi agents hai deeply violated the laws of the Unltet States and of nations." djeclared honored by her'attcmpts to isedu'cj Unltei States citizens from their allegiance. -TiiE ROCK action by our Board of Trade in domandoi by the state, of .things in- regard to, thin fearful nuisance.', A letter was shown us yesterday, addressed to the Mai Inc: Ass ici- ation of this diited St. Lot is, July 7, informing them of-the appointment o a Committee of fivo-leading merchants o: St. Louis, all men of influence ami' metns by" the Chamber of Commerce of I hat city to sue out an injunction against tia Rock Island Bridge tlmt.committee consisting of tha J.: A. Brownlee; John J. Roe, D. A. Jan- Palridge, and R.M. y. Ker- chival.; The.St Louis Chamber .ask-the immediate and active co-operation of our merchants, steamboat owners ah 1 BParc of Trade'. 'Steps should at once'lit- taken the attention of our niei.ibera o Congress to-the NEW is the creed of Parker, as laid down by hira- self. ,HoJ3 Sharpe's Ri- rteism: "I dp not he" the mi- raculous origin of the or ofthe Baptist Church, '.or 'of tho Chris- tian Church; nor of the miraculous charuc- ter of, ;Jesti8-f-I not the, E iblo 'for my master, 'nor" y et _the Church, nor e v- en "Jesus for.'niy, roasUr'; He' .dial man greatness, not errors, not withoiit the] stain" of .the tim< s, nrid- IpreflumebfcouiHe, not without fins'; for nien without sin exist, in; the di earns of v, t. Chicago Taibunq states that on Monday tho 7th a" was taken on the train, to Galen i, while the Editor of this paper and the 'dulegatef to- tho' Congressldnal Co n vnntiori .vere oh board, and i that, a large majorit" of the passengers .voted Fremont; an- swer] to this statement, wo have to jay that rio vote win taken on that train and the whole story is an unmitigated faiaegood. Chicago i.r... ;'Tira TKIBUNE It 'is' Cnnta" in Norma, as executed' by. Barodi: j gradual! .v modulating howl aaqueak .naquoIJ, a th i.. an a guttura googe- google'-guogh nefffemng bawl (ike the {idarso 'whiHt 6 "o'f V Ibcomotivb' engine, w'hoii u'nder aqueeky wop stoop ajma'ch- JIollMliflS t r. About two r Decently, from Beaver slahd; ire in and 'hnvo -tiki at j iBquver Jtdand has caused u gre it. .panic among the latter, Siiints, ut Two understand Ahat is' now' soarce "lelt ;jupon' the ''''1' .6'nor ol this'C InntyVh'eld1 an inquest. Ktliebody, ol inMhe Missis Harrington's! h day stated that the1 Bemi-annunl dividends of the N. ,Y. establishment, nmdunts per cent, on the capital stock, 'or over' sixty thousand dollars for months. ''The1' proprietor's bavo just purchased the -Tribune' B uildihgn from Mr.'Thompson Price; tho well -known and the, .father-in-law McEIrathj for own S5 per tent, '.of the purchase mone'j'' out  ofa his n handkerchief, in his pocket '.J cause of.deaih SenlineV known. i.' f, i- -c.'.'-1 Miss MnrOvo, ths scnoolmis- v covered 'dnii'itij es 61 the- town af-'-Dunsta- for.injuria by n defect of the.higinvay; Taoma bromidng I'Jawye c- ,-the 4t i.by ehiioting himsell.ji) the head in the )r in t yard of his father's lesi- "r-2"   hdy has Mrs. aetress, and dramnUcBl in a series ol.dramati eader, willbe m Intends Bones, as- F.xL fc a r: a; down- Uf J'lly 'George Law, from Aspinwall the 5th, ijr- oarly this.morning, bringing Calif ir- -nia mails of thei20tli, in and Thi 'Nicaragua steamer Sierra Nevada, left San Francisco on.tbe '400; passengers 'and in spe.'ii'. ;I She I recruits and arven to .-is''of provisions for fJerictal 'Walker. ;-The Decatur, frtm Nligent'e Souiid.ai rived at Siiu Francis :o tho 12th. t J1The Interest nt San Fran- cisco relates to the At last accounVs'Uicy we're still in Bcssion. '-Their force consists of infantry, 600 cavalry and livecompanies of artillery with thirty-five nieces of several armo- ries In different quartersbf the city, and occasionally appear in the for regi- mental drill.'' Gen. Wool refused lo send tiu> Governor'ammunition'on 'the ground that he was not authorized in the excepting oh the order of the President of the'United States. The Committee havo thrown of breatt- wpfks of of snn.l in front of. tli'eir and guarded all approach with cannon. Brass Held pieces are mounted on the roof readv for instant' action and night. Several additional crimii.als, convicted before tb'u revolutioi.ary tribu- nal of ballot-box stuffing, huva been ban- ished from the State and sent to en (oreign'tHHind ships. The followingnami d poraonsvvere riotided to leave by or before the 20th: ..John Crow, W. Bagley, James Henctey Hamilton, William, Blurgravj, Jamm Kisaack, Terrence Kelley, John Tpwley.'- ;..'t. ,'The following have been aneated and are.i.auoiting uial: Tlios. Cunning- ham, one of :tlie murdsrers of Col. Wuy- mouth of New -Orleans; Thos. Malone'y, highwayman; Bill Lewis, Robert T. Rip- ley and Philander Bruce, murderers. 'All arrests.have.been- made without- ohed or iolence. The Vigilance Com- mittee Police numbers men, armrd wjth.revolvers, "u; mass meeting was held in the city on the 16th ult., by the friends ofthe Com- A'speech'was made by the Hon. Wm. Dairce and fully- endorsing acts of the Committee. Terrente Kelley.one ofthe men ordered, to had refused arid -was taken into custody. But little news from the Isthmus to that via' New- Orleans.-' There was n rumor at Costa Rica that President Mo- ras would be shot by the insurgents; Ttvo'thousand troops'which Guatemala had raised to invade Nicaragua had been prevented'crossing 'the territory.' of San' Salvador, the latter State being opposed to the invasion. Walker iri> ended soon .to attack Cost a Rica.' His head-quarters.were at Virgin 7 Gen. Sherman has reeigned-lils com- mission of General ,of' the 'Stat e troops 6: California; in consequence the reiusal of Gen. Wool to furnieh. them with arms.and ammunition. Gov. Join.- son was highly, Incensed at the action nl Wool, The State militi-i, encamped netr San Franciscp, are .said, to number but 9 few but little fear is tained.ofacollision. SAM -FKAHCISCO breadstuffis. Gallegi flour 7 Congrestlwal Proeftdlnys. 15. Jn the S-nute, Ijilfc.Vetroceding .Murylainl juescd; al- bill for the ttna I adjudication, of titlci to swamp Jaiws betweeiu private claim- ants nnd tho Styta of Lbuismna. A Her a Kpdeeh from iL.- Jones onithe three mil- lion armameni; bill, thrtSw-nato went Into executive session.. i. 1" In tho House, Mr. Keith made a speech In-relntlon to tho Sumner affair, nod announcing -that ho had already eon t his resignation to the Govecnor'of to take effect that he was nt) longer a mcmber.of Tne.Housetook'np-'tho resdldtions cf on rosoiveil that-JJ C.-A lien was' not, and Wm. D. Archer was a1 repriisenttititL1 I'roni Illinois, and Invited'ta tako his i ,u l July AVililarm, a slave at Mobile, eacnpctl from .tliut pl-icj in The Captain on entering th a harbar at- tempted to secure the tht: pur. pOBo of "taking him back, whcn.Williuin.t picked up ami ;TnO; Vigilanca Committee, bci'ng Immediatuly.'ij.fbrir.iM! j: the a wiituf hnbaaa corpus pr cured, and the nun. lj .now before Ju Bigelovv where a hearing of the ea.no now going on.; Oonsld Table cxcitcaunt. uround tic Cjurt House x Nu. chimont. tippaaring 'fpr'WIlliina, Judg-) Motcalf told, h m to go frre, ain'dit great npplause. Williams wna then hui- ried off by his frian.ls.and tent on the train toward! Canada. attended the affair. Much At an meeting h-Icl In Al. legany lastrnlght by tho frienda ol Frc- munt and Johnson, stnmg wero pflsaed, opposing civil und ccclcsUsticn! slavery, whether domestic or, lort'lun. The preamble says Hint the showed every dispositien'to meet the publicans on tcniu of equality, repulsed, they now ratily tho nominatluii pf Fremont and Johnson. Gen. Wilson his intention to vote for 3Ir. Jiilinaon Presi- dent in prel'ererico to Mr.. Djytun. July At a. late hour last night uttlie Metropolitan Mr. Bashfor.1 W. VickH, of. South Caroline, attacked and beat, with a cana Mr. Jacob Stanwood, of that the attack on Mr. Sumner was brutal and cjvvardly. :t i Mr. Stanwood received one or t'.vo bio wa on tht head nnd face, and b ifore htf had time to repel tho uttack .the parties 'wore separated.. Vickii WHR arrested and lucked up fpr the night. Ha wan discharged this morning, but a warrant wns'le'suciFfor hla re-arrest. i i -I'. Hartford, July' 12. Two of Hazard's powder mills; blev up this morning at: and 'tliron Workmen were' dungcrously (prcliablv fa- injured. 1 When Lord Elnin was In Portland, a dinner was given to him. Ha said to one of th J ronmittcc, "this takes mo.jVy Mu'nt I muken "It will be expected, sir.'l "Tt'll me, I pray.you, whut you have of which you nre public works' Airy p'tlllio cei sir, of Lous- are said to be doing a fine busi- ness in all quarters.; North, Mirehal of San Franciecc, has resigned bin office. 'A report received, via New Orleans from Oregon, that Capt. Smith's: camp been attacked by' Indians, a large number killed and wounded, is not credite I at'Jacksonville. News, rived of the attack" on .Col. Wight's corn- rrian'd at] Natchez rivw, the 'Yakihoi [ndians, in which 'the commander. wa i iilled'and one third of hlg force 'killed or command' numbering' 70') ,'.j The grain trop, of California'is generally, very PaiinmB dates .he Government of Bogota had through :he eyidencfl. tou'chini; the, Panama riott, ind hnd.cbrne'to the conclusion that' th.i Panama authorities were Tho Gbverrtroeht of Pttnamajwijs'suB- lended and'sent to Bogota to be tried with Jther parties implicated in the masBncre. from Valparaiso of 31st, anil rom Calja'o of state that a trea- ;y'of cqmmercei eitriidition and amity, hm> )e'en.concluded between, the .United StatO'i was stni. it Sun July 14. night's -mail >toain -.from New Yorl o Boston was thrown off the track" near, jong Meauow, by arail maliciounly placet: i cross the tiacK. iTho engine, tender, jage car and one pamenger car were bad-', y. No ;iwere liurt.' ['he enginecr-waibddly. but not fatally in-, fireinan fracture'tl and 1-sg -broken." The -patsengers anil by an extra train.- The-, mail 'traln'from Boston wan unable to'pati, ,U Profeisor Shannon, frora a convictior.' f duty: and-' hit "declined re- election to the Preiddency of the .Uni ver- ity BorMJMonri, unanimously tendered men 1" "It la the birth pla fellow, the '-Does he reside 1 creF" "He does not.' born 'hpro. 'His brother :Sjniuelfit.iir lives -We arc accustomed to spouk of him Inn a man' arid are very prouilof you, sir, thank yuli." Elgin' was cdli. d. Elgin-roi-e.. we ;know you.' Your fame has reached across the''Atlan- tic thopruinl honor to.havo given birth to greatest, p Uiu world-rcriowned FAILOBEOF A GitAi.iiSpEcut.ATon ror. hoik-veil that the lltbil- ities of 31, Placo.will-prove ,ovcii than was nnticipnted, nntl thut eo tar from being they will rs. coed -.Tho DUke of- Gallelrn positively IOBCH a" million of M. Ernest Andre Count do 'Morny, the Pcrclres, loso bctu-ecn f end marine painter the .'golden, fever attacked Paris; and begun liiiii adventurer's career with notlilng Lutwlnd. He It said to have bocrctiieowne'r of thbso- lirimensu'quanti- ties of grain, at' ChlcagA. which-'have it- tractcd ixo muchi nttention; 'and' ho lost heavily by; stock Qsr A new Gerhiiin the Straight Out appears at -Mi I'Vauke'q, ninlcingithrcc .German papers in which, Buchanan and Brccklhridcc. v Tiiose In ,who hav? sy mpath.'z -d .wilh theniselvasi under dempqratic fljtr, There ore nvw .tiie States upliuld the geniiine democratic Buil Buchanan nnd HJBD Hir.s-i6n3'! of pur known us a m'hn dl'Hbil wit was onro.g'itlty Ui: cpnyeniing v'lth''Dr. they obacrvsd a, other phyulclaii tojpass In f'hlff chulsr, BO iim By-tlte Board of v Curators in; semioc '-Wi Hudson wai 3fl tho.8th t J A' letter in the Republican "dated-Paler. mbpKartws? 8th, -the Kickspoo "The tame letter says'LanehU eniered the Territorj'lHth; ifieii. ltd '.hid'blSn to My, would 'J.j '1 ?f t, A man Martin Ha- bertnun ycstcrdry upon t Uis charge. of nbduciint; a young girl I rum her parents in.. New ilubermio isia tnnrried man, and hie, several The vvc underiiand.ib hui: yuars pf ,age. Hen fit lit r cemc. k: uf her, arid found. her :ia cotujwny.j.vlUj her abductor, in c ty.: t ut .her 10 him, thrcstening lifiiit', shedid.nct; Aciertcif.-   

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