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Weekly Hawk Eye And Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 22, 1859, Burlington, Iowa JT WEEKLY o WEEKLY HAWKEYE nty Fair DAV Toe at the Hair was The road to the grounds pedestrians A large number of devoted to hordes A great 310 to DCS and surrounding o'clock stallions were exhibited ii draught horses were shown necked horses exhibited A OF POLITICS L I Tli K A TJ JL T E o BURLINGTON IOWA SATURDAY irom noticing numerous mention la Fair of tbe Des Moines Agricultural Society fo We hope tbo present year a complete suet t trotting horses were exbi S o P Mr Smith Mr Leffler Hr Gly Mr Mr Crimea and a great many fui The m single rti come off to day Mason delivered an nd in tbe which listened to by Tlie to i dm ny soil It Mr Henry bad on 35 iad varieties of large a number of or so fine Mr Leonard had preserved fruits and making a show Mr Mai bad apples etc and very fine TVe saw potatoes of the different varie h cabbages beets pumpkins QIC Fine sampler of corn isd differed were seen of embroidery bj Mrs Gear of MI i and Mw Leonard of rile were on exhibition We have never seen thing io compare with Mr had OD ex- a cumber of carriages ind a sleigh were creditable to hn ability Handsomer vehicles are had on exhibition Cera aad Cob Mill Ii the i sua aad is undoubtedly au Fear bad Fanning OG and d Fair Sufford a Corn Mill of his Xr hud a wheat drill of own tbat be used season which A many other articles were on non Thich we did not find time to but which hope to do to-day the weather prove pleasant to-day the at ihc grounds will be larger than at u wue commencement of the Fair THIRD DAY Ust the closing day of the Tae fa clear and pleasant and the oa preceding present Earl in is large Lumbers of wa- ssd footmen lined the road to aad betokened the interest in the of thti day About o'clock the Blues marched aad the JJ preceding the military guy law were waving in every portion of tbe and gave a picturesque coloring to tbo So other company was present invitations had been sent to every i a procession of all tbe horses uUng premiums was formed in the will be The of heats in double or a premium f 10 Three were catered one each by the snsg Smith and Win F and Mr Pierson Time of as tbe taken iu its proceedings by tbe of generally will be increi at its exhibition and tbat ft Urger display in every may take place Better weather could not be desired than wad our new Agricultural Society for their HiH fair Their grounds hare beta selected aud up Their track 7 fine one Tbe only deficiency we u need a lack of room nt Fiorel Hall will be remedied next year The snow in cattle sheep and swine good waa not what it to for a fair open to There were n many good horses on tbe ground and some tli anywhere In th we could wUt This would pass re waj Dot much of n a kb The however road The roou were fine Such be found re not to r TLe how of fruits was not what it should bo- Mr Avory had on exhibition acme eighty ies of ilr JUy from His iti this bad a of apple all this e of fruit This will be Tue Indies wis well supplied with specimens of their mder socks em- preserved ruit jellies iu were eih bued though uot in irge The o tie fas what should be or what it will etr but was Bull Many new and valuable were But with two plow iu our town wo dft see a plow on the ground Mr newly invented corn mill for corn by hand or power attracted the The managers of ihc have difficulty under which they labored well with an excel lent and much good Lui They the active co op- of e wry u fitct of 1 of id a e To r o team Smith driver e.T ll D Grimes Sm t B Corbett Sr Johnson's team although composed of farm boraes bore off the IB d time made we think is very probably much to tbe Grimes five competitors for tbe premium far made trotting in single Mats Time of aa mire Flora driver 3m Sis Flying Jack Day 2m SOs mare Kute 3m Id Jas withdrawn Craning animal is borae bred m Vermont IB six years very good time and he ite hue oE already acquired Tae grand wot for tbe independent premium offend of the Society H jStarr taes took Tie competition for iM a open to horses bred in lone ve jeara of and to be awarded to the best ume 2 in 3 Three Smith's horse e and Harper's horse e Smith driver 3.16 3.17 Kate Harper draw therefore won the premium E the altogether very we to ace auj 4 of tbe of of 2 i s year oM colt of woL place The s soon rfs they utu be iom 3 how The case 01 in Illinois venge upon an enemy in the of letter oat of the office und after them instead such ns would puzzle anger and injure him Two de- coy letters written and was He und bound over in the bum of to for the next term of the U S Court for the District Illinois Commence at the Commercial Col lege thiB Let all attend who wish to prove their or acquire n full of and commercial which is tuno daring finings only by early Cists OCT Tuny 1859 October M Gehman U R Wapello Same vs Co Jo do v do Affirmed 11 Doone Marshall do IU versed vs do Carbin va t Scoit do Koley vs Connelly Reversed Coatea port Smith fc Co vs Clurk Linn Terhune vs vs do Orr Scott co Gladsen Whitney Monroe do SUM ens Polk do Lord is do do Tucker vs Silver Boone do Crouch Crouch vs Barker vs Elder Co vs Ruhl Boone va Co Hell vs Rowland Decatur Co Decatur Nosier vi Polk IP.Vlek do do Affirmed Dismissed I Irishman named Cornelius Murphy residing near tbe County Fair struck ilr John 011 the head witli a large hicKory club on Saturday evening last ing him severely since which urne he has re- mained senseless nnd serious are of his recovery Murphy was taken be- fore Harris who held him ia bonds of to appear before the District Court and answer to the charge He M us bie to give tbe bail nnd was therefore sent io jail Tho of tins cowardly assault unknown but it is supposed borne previous existed between the two men which broke oat into open hostility on Saturday Tbe club which we examined is a large hickory one feet long and weighing probably BIX and H w to us that Mr not killed i in mediately The elation of the of the Dea s County Agricultural Society will take at the next meeting ol the stockholders the time of which meeting will be announced through the papers of the Tie lateness of the hour at the close of the preceding ex- on the last day of tbe fair prevented the of tbo programme True It is very to those who have con- ibut our city can never bo- oine a prosperous self sustaining community If to make Use lending town in we can do t-o by it tbu of iho -i tools laiplemeuts ih ng needed in our iud o piy fur is constantly to Our capitalists should and tbo true Why building up the cil cilj property and ff public and rivate i in raging and and our we went employment for idle for ii should we import slaves from when Burlington ia surrounded ne foretU of timber and hna of people lier 1 miw lo find per jaar oui of ihc State to buy print paper and business men five to len times tins amount for and Other when it could be here in our midst ou of rues tbat hate lo be But we have no j lime to co ihu ground Our readers nil our deficiencies in tins regard una comes of it The remedy lies in capital to channel Real estate properly and deluding very population e most Almost branch of trude is overdone in our city Our business men need EO stimulus Rut every aid und encouragement We make remarks by way ol fern of the and the I hund you a from ir ingenious fellow C W Stafford I deem H my to request you to publish it ng io the Agricultural Society his premium so justly to liia wonderful which useful to all If were followed throughout our Premium List the would be relieved from at embarrassment Second io make lic liberal premium offered to our at the ceil and third thut nnd thinking men of Burlington may be led to reflect of Mr of Burlington e Black Hawk Morgan that trotted the mile in was sold on the Fair grounds by Meeker to Dand Earnest for This IB one of the mate results of exhibiting stock at Fairs Some d s to tot t t tho but Kc given without LO no onu c 1 tbe Ci unty the it- acres in Dea county to be given next County Fair L Mill can be seen at Kosa i any time price and C W STAFFORD H und the II monetary cente t upon tho und fm us to the true i for her future greatness in g of awarded tbe n Tbe lne were reviewed by the ciety th if Major J G and They were drilled both ito old after winch a tbe part of tbe the beautiful eilk banner in the the occasion to the as r a toe of the remaining com- city and out challenge to any he State aad compete with within for its review i programme of the us at Lin Couin the Agricultural ul nd without received from the n ia a beautiful silk banner worth one hundred dollars We thu Burlington Blues hereby throw dowE the gauntlet io any Company in the State of Jowu and pledge ourselves to cheerfully present the banner to any company tbat shall excel us ia drill on or before October 15th Tbe drill shall be made upon the Fairgrounds and upon a day specified by said Society F BRYDOLF Capt J L PERKINS 1st Lieut J S 2d Lieut J M Sd Lieut John Morrissey accepts tbe challenge to meet him again in the prize ring and baa up to bind the match which IB to come off after fight with the English champion will cover it and the itake of a Bide will be made up W IS 1809 Hon and of the Homes Co I see your committee on Agricultural ments awarded 1st premium lo me for my Com- bination Corn Mill Vt the may be it to tho and think every limn under 1 Je H new nud a tion und it favor You ure in a 11011 10 Jid tnu in presenting u to the public Unit would fie of rent value tome It is it fact m our city ih soldo UP worth ol kinds o lor Now i wv unti us as do in oilier and nnd we will soon be uble to supply our own State with and build up a great manufacturing city but ns long us we fiend to States for we must Lave our work shops will remain empty our mechanics starve of leave the State and our farmers will have to pay tbe freight storage charges profit before they can obtain what could be made less price at home icd keep a certain class who are now depending on tools employed I make remarks as who is trying to get an living amonn you nnd if business men nnd property holders knew what was for their interest mechanics would get some My mill referred to ia cheap and lac it i3 i prime corn shelter it is a prime funning mill for cleaning all kinds of grain 3rd it will crack or grind corn equal to any burr mill the whole only occupying the room of a funning mill and oot liable to get out of order It cleanses the corn aa it it all ready for sacking will offer one of nulls aa a premium to any farmer for tho best quality of corn and quantity raised oa Sew York assumes to bu the of United mid us be the teacher and on there is try s much ignorance oa tbat subject deems to prc vail In 1657 when a sudden and ry crisis came ou the commercial world ork saw nothing of higus of the times bu ma in the ol u seemed Lo Ehc stabilit universal credit The Bunks looked up aril said the Ohio Life and was the d r which blew them up But nil the of that Company of uny were conducted In Mew YorL und Mr Ludlo VM well who was st by New York for of all the failures of the times t Stone Co was the most nd but Laurence Slone Co their iu New York and 11 of ihc Bunks When a magazine is blown ip here be one moment in the park was and the Trust Com- my muy have been time But the was in the shape of extended s ust enormous in oriental luxury ami ti il of morals There should be in to varu nn and especially tu who Uke and extensively Unit toe not be so ana as they We allude to these lucis simply Lo that habit of looking LO Now York for information on financial and commercial may not alw utierly sale So tho groat body of fertile soil the mi 1 farmers miners und and the gr of liu in the Vulley f ihu nnd the it will be much to look to these 01 sources of nd to look to those who art broker 11 other men's OF rs on ibis We liave recently scan rul statements made in Sew York and wd the country which are very om with the We see it aced iu the colums of the New ork Independent that the world on a sen of money w Is active and Wust in which must be poured into New York the get no market at icap rates In wo see that the West has most enormous Wisconsin for bushels of client and us ill debts be paid und all food statement ne sec it is only to the oi the York which have bten ladies lor the last ten to pour e trade of thu Weht mid at once u Suw York and thus remove ob- to tbe measureless tide oi surpluses itch are to put in Chicago Foil Du Lac and Sound SVe would not wantonly disturb any of amp But it will do to a moment w ich the before our es is apparently prosperous money 13 plenty the country ia by no means or likely to be a aLate of famine We are ich and productive country and so in 57 us much hs yec was a severe partly from just such as we now see Let us k facts of a different aspect y may be clearly we will put teem in dcr 1 As to the condition of money From 1st of April to lat of Octo- ber the banks of New Yoik New Orleans and e lost ten millions of dollars in ibL The ol iu the great nia in April about fill millions nnd te lost the basis nuy HI eix months we have lime dug rhe earth to thin we ure Lo discounts o currency ami of commerce is that tlie Banks havo no difficulty mid less gold they have enough ut how have they kept enough The the ability of the Banks in York to do depends entirely to draw from the interior TLis they ic done till have made money scarce rough the Take fur tiple the fact ihu ot ve to reduce their notes five they va no such demand Why is fely the New York and other Banks the emit have drained their specie basis The u e thing probably had gone on throughout e west But how long this to Tlie muat soon be turned Il the nest has j surplus ut nil the toou be in long can tbe of York Keep up of coin i In the York Bunks were depleted more the supply from the i uteri or 2 The statement enormous is erroneous The is co lively small The oats were The coin crop will be good But 2 n States ten million und they need to be supplied us well others It is wall known tbat parts of n nnd Minnesota were almost in slur in und it is isat Chicago have off II be greater jeur but there id u LO hll The last jeur ot Cincinnati were but Cincinnati has actually sold a Urge of flour to the wheat country b The state of foreign trinle is exceedingly luds to tbe ol not meioly the fifty ol gold we out of the earth but to point far it Iu addition to this ii sum 10 be paid in und then which tew take into Lhu is reduced almost nothing the ot com tbus m ia Thus we tee thu realities ol our financial and do not exactly correspond ilh ol New York dreamers There great commercial prosperity in the country U are signs of d mger und r watchful prudence Amidst ure iro quite auspicious which are also to New York view of thu cast- 1 Tlie people of thu interior are by no means ao much in debt us people suppose tainly not in region On the extreme tier ui tht new States therein u relatively Jurgo Juot tor the people have had no Limu to and are compelled to usu their in Tuu number of people in condition are comparatively Taken as a whole entire s of tbe northwest in all forms does not ex- Perhaps code duello the American since the orii day wus on tbe ia printed at length in our morning In the face of so damnable a eminent of whose firat and only duelists onc shot other Let ud for the reader I Stewart and in St Clair county r fought rifles nd Stewart 25 pe three jeara incon is In Thu tact ia bt n thre o-t K of their property not over Of this not more thau u debt most important in the If the us in debt as ould be iti a most hs They ure not thai -s in tuc con did on Another favorable Hgn of a renewed dem products in place the is that there are and for our If this ill bo much prices for our surplus it m iy th m we can now get The balance ul thus be restored uur debt to EJI ope wiped out In this brief review we have sought to draw attention to some of the most important facia in our monetary condition it not to be con- tbat in spile ol our immense supplies of gold tbat we export more than we receive and there is a constant demand on tho banks lor coin on iho banks to supply the Atlantic and on the Atlantic to supply Europe If this continues where are tbe Banks Lo get If they have lost ten millions in months id to prevent the loss often millions in the licit sir One thing is the Atlantic Banks can draw on the Weat but little longer The tables will be turned and New York importers must either cease or pay for of their own Tbe next four months must determine whether wo shall go on to another commercial crisis or whether we shall extricate in time to avoid iu If the ideas announced at York in commercial columns continue to prevail the can easily be foreseen and the merchants and farmers ot the West may as well from under wounded oa the first firol Bennett made hi escape into where ho twi years Hia thereabouts discovered he was brought back indicted tried convicted of murder and Bond wua besieged for days anil weeks disciples of the for the itch's pardon But he closed his dobr against petition and entreaty and William nett dangled at a end In the presence some thousand spectators who iu a eral moral Thia was nnd list duel ever fought on tbe soil of And nest one takes bo another lot us trust he come befon an equally honest jury an ucd thut lie may meet the doom What ia before Two public men the of important mists greaL and to bo though we no of any quarrel go out to a secluded wood hava each other with on a illo One of Burrand mere by far the valuable of thu two to to the with hia lungs pierced nd suffocating m his own blood He iree days in dreadful agony and then nil ia A Senator of the was high and whose place in the of hia was becoming daily more secure aod i costly sacrifice to the butcherly practice nd public opinion What avail the ong mournful procession the brilliant oration liy a sobbing speaker co n over the cold cluo of lief the columns of The man is cad The pluces which knew now him no more forever Public opinion IH ought to be in the name ol tbo igan gods 1 Read the half dozen letters which ba- lien Terry Broderick before the have examined to find if possible io insult the quip the countercheck ot called for the shedding of blood It nos There wna no between the en It amounts lo niu to shoot Lit sir The dead mm seemg'to huve cognized that there waa no for the tirder ind in the of 3 bed he did nut m at point and thought if for- ied by the explosion of htu weapon before it to of lua antagonist The lunn went to the fidd answer to e biting of a thumb His murderer no ubt led by the purpose of his to put their enemy out oi the but G immediate difficulty between the tight nas nothing more than a contraction of lie eyebrows it ia too much to hope that this 19 ie last duel or the last between men holding rent official trusts that we shall be Co the came mail which brings IB details of Mr funeral tells the ory of another duel and oilier victim of the doU Life is cheap 111 but it will cheaper unless an example is shortly made behalf of civilization like which so quieted the dueling mania in Illinois io public execution of those would the of Pacific in a degree no other human agency could et us hope that the euci of the is not and Tribune Too proud deliberate alight tho of upon tho man in or Rive a So man more gladly responded to bis promise oi fair play to tbe pec for the Sovereignty especially in Its of the of Call for niu But Mr almost in a his his pledges to principle written us they were all over the campaign of 1850 und ID nearly every public document up to a certain period in 1367 and when he at- tempted to bis own metamorphosis a Mr was found among Ke raised voico against this act declared his resolution never io field honor RD the bidding of the Executive Thou began a crusade this man as we have political The word was given LO nil the of Administration to bhow uo to the He rebel singled out for nd decapitation Hia name was hold up before aa n and a scorn Tlie nels wore raked for epithets him The most offensive fabrications Were published io discredit him Every personal was denied to bim The fact that he life the advantages of education was flung nto his teeth coupled nd ignominy him birth andiron forlune He in a sort TELEGRAPHIC The steamship Africa from of Oct 1st arrived at 4 p.m to-day The hence touched at Southampton on the ult The Arngo for a at DOOD on the r The by this arrival ta of importance The Zurich Conference continued Us sitting at laat accounts Prince Napoleon bad left without having an ibe The Lendon Builders strike in a i stale extending over two day's between Bull and deputations from the operativa hut been brought lo a close any result Tho breach ibe anc was and deeper thai be I ore Tbe Great Eastern remained ut if she Is removed from that port before going the have thai of rocc threats vible which w He wag 1 more ncu On Saturday a fie at ten rates past 2 clock Dr the City and County Cor- ILT in ihc Police Court room whore ere ihc jury to iU ho of thu death ot Senator Erode ck The inquest rook nt thu was in state aa lion J C Mold tibia witnessed a lei 011 t ho of iho t It look Sm o Hie dividing hue near the nd oi Lilve It touk about the m chut duel were or J 0 and D 3 wua ut iha ibe o D S Terry hud c clique of wen pens iho was calling mid tails The alter declaring were given tho word which they weru to lire between u words and one I pistola ad ad in the ef nd if both i s they ok positions assigned them at a distance of i puces their eyes were at a right to line dividing them after their n the weapons were ukea up by the seconds d m each presence then to his principal and delivered the apcm theu some dis- nco out of the line and the word thereupon veil by a of ilr as near us I could judge Mr rick discharged pistol between the words fire and one about one second intervening between them the report of Mr Terry's was subsequent but with a very slight Mr Broderick appeared to look with at the course bw ball took I about twelve feet from him midway between tlie ties Mr B then seemed to gradually wheel and drop he lowered himself easily upon the ground I ran up to him and tried to assist Dr Loehr in opening lua wound the blood nas flowing very freely there were no other shots fired the ball from Mr Terry's pistol wounded Mr Broderiuk Dr then to examine the wound and while doing so the services of Dr mand were tendered and accepted the cians him all relief possible and iu thiee quartern of an hour he was taken up aud carried Co residence of Huakell Esq I nns wuh him up to tbe tims ot his death occurred at 20 paat U o'clock D S Terry challenged Mr the pistols used I io belong to Dr they than the duelling pistols were near alike 1 look oil aC them tried tbu springs and found alike aa near us I could judge was a parly on ground taoru conversant with the myself and I asked him to then he did so and pronounced them correct the pistols were loaded Mr Broderick was born 11 the District of Columbia on the of February 3819 the duel occurred about two miles from the lino I do not know upon whoso property we were not aware of any in ihu pistols ou the ground and I know nothing Co thu contrary nt present we had a person on the ground for the express purpose ol load lug the Francisco Other witnesses were examined but tho above is the most material PERSONS dusk ou evening ilr Henry W of the lirm von doing Place in CUT while cresting River In a bout from loan Island tho of Dr Grant his brother to Peekskill was rundown by the Pan mid drowned There were three of Dr on the boat of whom lost lives The third Jumes son though boon by tui As noon tid it had became thut the had run oFer the boat tbo cup turn ordered the en- gines lo be reversed and by his crow did all in liio power to save Mr and his out Y 10th A lei tor from Senator So ward bus gone lo Egypt It ia a very bold step BE least so it is considered here in for at American to each an expedition HO curly ia ihc seas d more or less will bu felt about bim until heard from Barring tho of ho baa chosen tho best time to see many of tho countries he has especially Gome Spain and Egypt for be capes thu of American and aud tbe hey Item the Into iu tbe aad thus his view of tae people aad their institutions is leas obstructed It ia doubtful whether he will bo able to go down the Nile and there la some danger that he may be detained longer iu than will be agreeable BO that his fete in tha subject of B here among others than he fulfillment of wits only prevented by he fact that those them knew they Ind deal as tis the principle held in his irresistible The were slim upon him a sovereign State having rights which could neither be limited nor lessened by rty lines he was us excluded from in the affairs of the Administration if he Inid sat In Nor 8 ins crisis marked by his ci edit bar while ie stood almost isolated in he pre- a wonderful and moderation Jfo man would have more rejoiced if the Administration hud its false siep and coil in the path of wrong David C has yielded up bis life for principle If he had to hb might be living among numerous wua only because he refused to compromise and lo abandon his solemn pledges it we are called upon to mourn Ins untimely mil Thug hos closed a pure beautiful and life Thus hue fallen tho first great to the political isn of 1859 We atk the arch traitor to those if in fits old age and in f his life lie can feel thai his hands f the hearts DAVID C lio m People Tit Ink There is cause to regret that there is no eaus of purging the United Senate at resent of one 61 the from lorom however useful he might be in biune culling mistook bis vocation as ua dill ihu Legislature which elected him when he undertook tho duties of of Commerce Such of tlm Journal of Commerce on iLo tiny before the of Broderick Those of our readers who do not seo the Journal of Commerce may noL under- stand the s stand the significance of paragraph That paper is the drgan of what ia culled sution Ic ig very decent very moral and very Union loving Of couise it is very cratic and very y It is organ of great bankers like August great politicians like James Buchanan great ton planters and great ship owners In one word it is vary quintessence of sham De- At the very time when the murder of Broderick wus contemplated this organ of law older and sound morals was groaning inwardly tbat there is no means of the Senate oi It need wail no more ibe means were found The great demand for those brought forth the murderer The deed is Do any of our renders think there is no con- between such a paragraph and such a Let them think then how great must huve been tno bitterness with which Broderick was pursued when this staid and paper lets out a spiteful sentiment But why should it be important to get rid of There ure worse men in ibc Senate than he uver nits Thti impression that Broderick was one of the people who had won position by his ability and honesty When Hammond of South Carolina insolently son ted the contrast between tho aristocrat v raised upon Blare labor the mud other words laborers of ihc Free States Broderick replied thut he was one of those mud sills aud civilly but plainly told vaporing Senator in what relation this laboring class snood to the strength and prosperity of this country In same manner when one of the greatest frauds ever devised among an intelligent people attempted to be carried out in the name cracy denounced and oi Dt nd it lie resisted slavery corruption and had the ability to resist them This thu unpardonable sin and he was pursued to ihc death Lei tlie people think before it is too late whether tbe stability and morals of our country ciin long endure the corrupt influences which have been brought into the government by ibo Gazelle TUB KKW CHINESE WAR Decided already been inken in the prosecution of the new Chinese A great quitting of fixed ammunition has been already to be forwarded by ilia overland roula i still larger are being packed for around tile A thousand two light infantry ments and large detachments from tbe arc to proceed lit once over land already u has Hailed designed to British fleet in tlie witters In addition to frigates mid other vessels boats it is are to he dispatched on ibis service These vessels are indeed very pensable Lo operations in the ot the s tin town ess of iho water along const it to vessels oi much draft France loo is said lo be malting lo send out ships and men and pr loie Spanish Coc In n s lately employed in the Franco- that war having resulted in satisfactory concessions 011 the pat t of thu will now be against Should indeed led on upon the extent indicated a Emperor Is not expected lo return from until the 8th Oct says the number of roops which are to form the French 0 China bus net yet becu decided upon Up o the of August last no treaty becu signed between France and Tlie says Bome have stated hat the so Iu Li on of the affairs of lialy would be by the desire of iho of the Trench to form a Kingdom m Italy for a Princi of his house These rumors do not meet tation te deprive them of all value it satisfy without of the into at Villa Franca to bring to recollection the nets and of the Emperor Napoleon before and since thut epoch Tho Taria correspondent of the London ald confirms in the most positive trimmer the statement time the King of visit to the Emperor was wholly on account of debt due by Belgium to France a pressing claim for ment been put forward It is announced that several the Corps do Annie under command of Marshall Cos te lane in the Lyons received orders to bold themselves ready to from the Provinces lo France confirm reports armaments of thu various ports The government had purchased land at high prica on the coast for purpose of erecting fortifications at Boulogne A floating battery la to be navigated uy aleam and rifled The Puns Bourse closed ou ibe 20th the it per cents being u slight improvement on the previous day s Times suja the last anil most accredited report respecting Italy is tlie Grand Duke of Tuscany will regain his throne not by forcible means but by an appeal to universal suffrage by the grant nnd a general That the Duchess of Parma will have and Parma will remain annexed io Piedmont The warmest und most sanguine partisans have now up nil hopes of being Irom rule Tue Deridd Paris correspondent anys Duke of at the bend of troope by more under the Grand Duke of Tu lias collected some men of whom about are Croats and the der and he has gone to Vienna it 13 eaid to organize a plan of attack army if Central Italy now concentrated round ii whilst the Arch Dukes would operate from the north Piedmont is also eagerly preparing for the Ii U elated thai the reports of disturbances in Naples ure unfounded but tint some agitation prevailed and the government taken measures Late letters assert that Aquilla in the Abruzzo was in open revolt Orders had given to put Capua nad other places on a war A movement ol was place nt Naples and imports til commands ure eaid to have already been bestowed Humor that the Pope doning Rome and taking Naples letters oi state thai soldiers hart been pent to and thut 1000 more would follow ia no later news imt the Paris publishes the following in io tho movements of Mr tho laat news from ai beyond a doubt that iho Envoy is at Pekin This Diplomatist ascended ilie one ol the Blanches a by all the of liis Legation und arrived ai Thu American corvette bud brought r Ward was in port Tbo members of the thi of a v 2 placed ii 11 box about 6 meters long by 3 broad which was closed everywhere but above FO us to prevent those In it from tbe country This box or traveling chamber provided with all to of tho was placed on a rait up then up the as fur us the gate of the Capital Here it WUB placed en large truck drawn by oxen nnd in that way of the United bera bis legation entered the city of Pekin They were perfectly well treated by the but were not allowed lo sec Tbe truck waa drawn house which nlo the couit oi a large be Hie of the American Envoy but Jrom which they were not to be allowed to go out it the dales they were awaiting their interview with the Em- had not been Allowed to have any communication with thu outer world but ibey wore to a to Mr the American Consul nt Shanghai informing him of their safety After ibe interview tLe American Minister was to be to the Frontier in same way in which he came advices i n of die of Australian mull state that screw Admiral WUB loll on the Glh of August ucar Cape Northumberland 87 lives lost und only 25 of the whole number ou bojrd saved There wno a great outcry tho ministers for not relief to the Ad mi nil No details are received The Tasmania submarine cable had been laid The shipment of gold from Melbourne since tho July null and up to August JO amounts to fivu ships The jield of gold was satisfactory LONDON dullness con- to prevail on but tbe funds were generally study On the Sd market closed lor consuls vt for money and for account The demand for money hid sprung up owing to tbe close of the quarter ITI j tew transactions rns show an bo fur more European force will be in China than tins ever appeared there It would be no easy mutter a force to take of and lo reduce o repor u eer die Imperial Government to auch terms as iho demand for wheat and flour twins of might choose to dictate s ihoy took under omit Tiie Bank of iu bullion ol Liverpool S i Co report u belter ol tim Mate of Iowa for 1850 From the of lue Secretary of State we furnish the following of the of No ol Dwelling Houses Total of No of law ales No en tilled to vote No of militia Mo of foreigners not Xo o No of blind No dumb No of Idiotic nd ill 801 Judge Slump of tbo Baltimore Guy Court lias sent a woman to jail for year nnd her for one- year arid one month because the woman wna cruet to a child of her by a former wile Tbo judge in- heavier punishment upon ibo husband ho said he bud no business to marry Lho woman nay Low and married ber should have put a stop to her Bit honor it a reprehensible practice of parties with children und breeding discord in own families it was a proper bo thought for legislation A colony of Dunen have arrangements to nettle in Butler County spring They through an largu of swamp In tbat county and gent out young man who are now engaged in ground preparatory to A full your when about ODD hundred will move In wheat ut tin of per aud of flour QC full prices B A Co quote french flour Is per sack dearer for line give the following tions of American Western Red Wheat Ud mixed Cora Gsnll White Cd Beef in lair line lit lull dull Chicago Oot 14 Wo from St Paul Daily of ibi in very lUmsey the volo of in 00 iu 175 In 100 in ISO in and IW in Jurver His Borao in aud Chicago loses in Tbo of the republican ticket funs fully up with BUC thus far making their ay fnr as heurd from 600 or 700 than his Tho aro known to ore and two Representatives in county one Senator and L Representative in district otic ID und probably five in Tho democrats gained four in There is no doubt thu Republicans elect ibeir and Stato and u majority in both brunches of tho Legislature republican majority ia the State be less tuna 3000 aad will probably reach Boston Oct 14 The State Senate has resolved lo grant for tho erection of a of Horace Mann in tho Stato House grounds to Ue placed opposite that of Webster Cincinnati flot 14 t Henry FalU denier on with or Afire occurred destroying property on which IS building Tere The fire in to bo the opera are Wm S Among the Masonic Adam's Gee and the post 1 The Republican of ly tbe 4 Bro re at pbr w lo e Toe money vw n Tbe weather There the city Oot 14 u -T o Ibo mining to UP tbe pension mi n TKe Supremo Court 67 If iKe Court I sMt Tuera was a it the St James and St es of of Ohio Wn Obio were Key Church and of The were tW bishops in ng in a large Tbe of wae lion to-day in The id Key West has put into this port fer on of Ibe teamer Star of tbo West put Tey Vest 7 f At d at previous Holism turn ou Condon vat quoted at er cent An arrival Port au to ie let insi Tbe ctty Port till in a state of bar ibe -i v Later from Europe c By the arrival of tho steamer B have Liverpool dues up to the Mr Mason United MID inter to ad died suddenly of London harp article on tbe San at tbe of Lieut id trusting a solution the article itt asserts tbat tbo Maria ttl into GOD at i n The strike ia the foru to obtain a settlement of tho circular note to tbe Courts of tba Upper Italy It is asserted that the Pope of bis to the Sardinian Mini ten It id aleo ee to a collision between tbe Swigs And he Neutrals It is said that a revolutionary bu at Palermo Qiao standard us been hoisted on tbo old palace and all the buildings The decrees issued in Tuscany aud ate that in future all ihc ended under tbe Victor manuel i Gen Garibaldi has been at Bologna In the order of Gen e promises that the j tbe old cross of Savoy will the oops of Central Italy in fresh and for- free Italy from Gen tho Italians of tbo dd 1 collision is expected Liverpool arket shows declining ens are lower RJ quote HOUR dull of Ie per sick aud Wheat as also declined steady no giren Bomo of gay that breads lull's closed quiet aw oi sale but a i London Oct closed dull but win douc in floating cargoes sugar heavy dull sale are change rye A vague rumor prevails of a smite on miners Indianapolis Oct 18 Tlie locomotive Madison with the and fi eight ibe rood near lUon instantly Jas Wood id a man named Griffin fireman Aa arrival furnishes advices hi lug 20th News THe of off hot ia A Montevideo letter states tbat a forgery of sixty bonda discovered aud tbe forger lie proved e the captain of a vessel ply JOB between hat port and Rio The discovery nerved to business and create a run upon L Washington Oct newspaper speculations may be concerning dispute cnown treating tbe in a of caiman and there il whatever to induce Ibe matter atest foreign what ired m tho present slate of the Democratic Committee udge of is Hon of Ohio and are Secretaries will early week n official n the of December iff this UK the me for the meeting of tbe Charleston or The of the new Catholic of t to day was witnessed je la gest crowd that ever milar occasion and several of tbo Cabinet arid foreign vere present Arch of ork In view of of oar new with tho Chinese Emperor a summary of be trade of Shanghai been made t tbe Stato hat the wtte neatly and aggregate exports f he total of tbe Opium imported being upwards of and out ward tonnage shows 464 British 153 American and 515 of other Ktw York Oct Tbe steamship Star of tbe Went bu arrived with tbe mails about 350 ud in treasure i She made rom Key West only one engine in of 0.0 her stilt roken Her dates from California been COL AKD York The Vows if it ia kil has written a that u not and will not be a for lent iu the a not true Col F la giving his whole limd tiO energies to Uia own private it f riling no aVout the Vo believe we limy further tbe hat bo will write any steps intended o any Vor the action of tbe ican National writing is not uia tie that for he of those out their that particular In another article thn satna paper t- Ool Fremont haa many U he next republican whoso with leading and notables have any Wo loubi whether auy man could poll a larger in tbe States that went for him
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