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Weekly Wisconsin (Newspaper) - August 9, 1854, Milwaukee, Wisconsin wiry tin if DAILY WISCONSIN Or WATCH AWO WM E n Wkdrr il a WM 11 WAI I TUESDAY an X that Urn for which thoy hare paid tor U about to IKJ to in all mM be CANADIAN Colored persons in Hamilton Spectator and Journal which advocates the election of Sir Allan Me Nab from that district is engaged in showing up the tricks of the opposition candidate We don't presume he is much worse than Sir Allai pushing election hut the ures of the Spectator give UH an insight into the nay they do in that It ap that Mr Buchanan the gentleman refer red to on the Saturday preceding the election entertained at tea one of tbc colored preach crs The reverend gentleman him delf willing to reciprocate with tlie candidate but reserved his vote for Sir Allan On the Sunday afternoon Mi E took a learned professor in Knox to the col ored church and caused him to preach putting SIO into the poor box whereat the waxed wroth remarking that the man who would buy them for 10 would them at a profit to the south On the Monday a West India Emancipation meeting waa to be held at which Buchanan waa and one of bis clerical friends denounced Sir Allan Me Nab ax au which frightens the negroes who remember the fugitive slave law when to and behold just In bis peroration Sir Allan appeared at the door and requested his friends to rise The McNab paper we arc copying from saye that every colored man in the room rose to his feet in an instant Tho unfortunate candidate gave it up Fond du Lac Herald of the indignantly denies the reports of its rival cities that the cholera ia in that place Hut one citizen ban fallen a and two emigrants VOLUME VIII Madison 2 appropriate of MILWAUKEE WEDNESDAY AUG 9 1854 GENERAL DON Count de Lucona now at the bead of the Spanish is an of the Royal Guard re for his bravery He became in the seven years after the death of King Ferdinand against Don Carlos espoused in the contest the cause of Isabella which wa- that of constitutional ty In the war he passed through all the grades and in 1841 seconded General Leon against This attack did not and he kft Spain After the fall of the Duke de la Victoria he returned and wan pointed Captain General ol Cuba in 1843 terwards he was part ol the opposition to vaez iu the Senate of Spain but as Narvaez did not fear him he him Director General of cavalry Last February he was exiled by a decree of the Queen but refused to submit secreted in Madrid and wan permitted to go without arrest by the police During the three nights which preceded the present break he wan walking about Madrid iu the costume of a General officer lie is possessed of a large fortune and travels on his tion in n very commodious manner in a post chaise and four NEW YOKK Thursday two of tbc most notorious fighting men in tho city John and Poole met by a- on the dock at the foot of Amos street North River side for u rough and tumble fight From 300 to 500 pickpockets and fancy men had assembled and at 7 o'clock in the morning the two rattans fell ou each other Tha did not last long for Poole threw big antagonist and beat him so un- mercifully that fearing the life cried It Is supposed that he has lost the use of one eye besides ingly mangled but he has no sympathizers Poole took a boat and crossed to Jersey All this occurred in open day and within three minutes walk ofthe Dth ward Station House but no police arrived on the ground until the tight was over The Tribune says there has not been a fight for yearn that the police could not have prevented but none ore so delighted with Kuch exhibitions as these guardians of tho peace if we lived under a duly civilized somebody would have to answer for permitting such an exhibition deaths from cholera in cago on Saturday were 15 and 21 from The extremely hot weather has not made the health of that city worse THK ADVOCATE cornea out in new procured from Hurra Co agents It promises an enlargement at the end of the volume Advocate is wy attentive to the interest of Menasha and deserves support und success THK HOOT THE statement is now denied that James H Collier late Col- lector of the Port of San Francisco Is blameless The Judicial decision has not yet been given Since his arrest has been paid into tbc Treasury of the United by his ties so that if there should now be a balance in bis favor not be surprising THE THAW in have advanced one cent per pound in the New York Market by reason of a combination withstanding the comparative desertion of the city the intense heat and the little travel Several of he principal been ing money and so they came to an ing that they would offer choice breeds at lOn He per and If the butchers would not pay it they would drive their out gross bold them tilt they came to sition was bought up and the butchers had to TIIL HOT been yn cuttle aider transportation for the New York A drover started by the railroad from jii la July 3 became so heated in rowing the Grand Prairie that several got own nud one died and train hail to u and the cattle turned out upon the or all might have perished Several mds of swine have met a similar Ute Tux E niton of tbc Sentinel denies ie impeachment that lie in candidate r the nomination He is ibly like many others ou tbc anxious a candidate until he is nominated of the Supreme Mr Booth fuels so soro over the last decision o the Supreme Court of Wisconsin that he dently itches to denounce the Justices tor not more deeply estimating the personal tance of S M Booth A true aud unselfish uf the Cause would not have pressed the court oa the application Tho court not pronounced the fugitive law null but that tome of Its provisions were al those especially conferring judicial ers on Commissioners Judge Miller obviated that difficulty on the second arrest himself had previously been done by an S But S M finally re- fused to give hu hoped to press our State Court Into u position where on armed conflict with the U S Officers would have been Inevitable Judge and his felt no such desire Their great object Imd been accomplished of making such u deci- sion UH would carry the question up to the Court of the United States and throw the moral of our court against tlie harsher provisions of tbu law but and was manifestly not sufficient for S M Booth His was to make himself more OUH and important than the Court Itself There is now a seeming Inconsistency between tbc two decisions nil of which Injury would been avoided hod Mr Booth at given ball ou his second arrest as he was finally In- to do Some of the soundest lawyers in tlie State Informed us that there la no con- between two decisions though such may be the Impression abroad and hence thu truest friends of liberty have made the remark that it was a source of serious regret that Mr Uootli made the second application for all that lie has accomplished was to damage the cause for which lie has been so vociferous But it Is generally understood that he considers the a secondary object to himself It has ever been observed that in erery era of grew tlie of assuming lenders doe more real Injury than the hardest knocks of its adversaries UK BHOWN of Buffalo nan taken the Decker House at Menasha and was to open it about the of thin month ANAMA of tbu fifty miles of this truly great work is completed The Isthmus in now crossed In fire hours formerly it required two UE.ILTU OF NEW never Delta of July says that up to that time the city hud enjoyed unprecedented good health ON TIIK ol trans- for cattle have been considerably raised on the Hudson Ulver Railroad and ou the Erie Railroad The drovers aro in bad humor because of it NEWS BY Tim tele graph brings us quite lull details of the news have fallen enormously under the influence of new negotiations for peace and fairer harvest weather Austria Is again ting Russia and England cries ont treachery It Is possible that negotiations may lead to peace but we scarcely think U probable Tun News nv THE has declined 22 per barrel and wheat as ly on 11 cts per bushel probably the weather is morn favorable Tlie only war news is that Russia has returned with a portion of her army into This docs not look as If peace was at hand The news from Spain indicates that the els are tbc Important city of hhs declared In their favor TUB GRADUATION mil has some bad points but it does not therefore follow us the Sentinel would insinuate us that it may not have many good Tho of lands to the States wo disapprove of but Us other visions ot a reduction to actual settlers are ex- The pre-emption principle is Incorporated in it and that is good and worth a when accompanied with er unwise provisions In legislation wu must too Frequently take the good with the bad TRADE Paria correspondent of the Now York Commercial Business in Paris continues dull and there seems to be no probability of a speedy tion The orders which had been received from Spain have been since countermanded on count of the revolt The hotels aro not full and there to be less travelling and than might have been expected ic rumor of the loss of the steamer Northerner on Lake Huron was without dation YOUK CENTRAL report just of the condition of this corporation shows that for the fifteen mouths ending July SI 1864 its receipts from and freights were 33 Its disbursements for transportations for the same period were 29 The expenses arc about 55 per cent of the receipts The very rate of speed adds enormously to the THE of population at Menasha bats been treble that of any other summer So says the Advocate Great scarcity of dwellings Is experienced because low water In Wolf River and its tributaries has prevented the arrival of the supplies of lumber The Advocate hopes to see fifty new dwellings erected this fall blacksmith shop of James lian ot waa a lew nights ago All his tools were destroyed but being n man ot energy he has applied himself to get under again as quickly as possible The Menasha Advocate publishes the Con- of the United States in its last thinks the document be too much studied about these days vote u on the upon loaning the credit j ol the city to this road was decided in favor of the loan by 91 minority ana her from arc at present in London und Paris to negotiate u Turkish loan of The Governments England and France hare been asked to it with a guarantee but they hesitate to so he course of and England in refusing to aid Turkey financially kg as if they desired to hev so government would be dis- ed Perhaps they may be il Turkey yields some of her provinces to permanent occupation of France and i Though Russia may not obtain Turkey oks as il France and England may y divide that country between them Alter present war a change of rulers In Turkey -an inevitable Ac Church at Is The foundation hag been laid and superstructure is partly up It is the k building at Menasha THE of railway from miles won opened on y the of July It u of the first ice to the South travel which moro d mon flows to the north of a railway connecting Minnesota e best harbor on Lake Michigan which ATITATKH'H theatre nrc ing to crowded In TIIK BAY MINNESOTA The Toronto Canada papers are advocating Hit proposal which has been to take up stock iu Toronto for a Railroad Bay to St Paul Minnesota They urge the Importance of connecting Toronto by Railroad with the Northwest by u northern route iin Luke Simcoe Huron They ly ofthe suggestions which The investment ot a sum not exceeding UUO pounds sterling tenders the following as the aggregate of It will pay for the with thi n 111 command the trade and travel to aod from Minnesota all the year It will command the trade for twelve months and the travel for from seven to eight months from the head of Green Bay to the head of Georgian Bay a distance of 400 miles of con- steamboat navigation The Democrat published at the Falls of St Anthony mokes the following remarks which must afford great ment to the friends of this worthy Judging from present appearances it would not be at all strange If this Green Bay and should bo the first one ting us with tbu The company engaged In it Is pushing the matter along with great en- ergy the enterprise b attracting more and more attention There has not been so much talk and Muter about this road as about some others but tiere mon work 0 the Turkic were twenty-five o the allied forces at on the o July of Lands from President of the United States has Ironi sale or entry all the lands In the ter District Minnesota except the Military Reserve The Minnesota papers thi good policy of the thing COUNTRY Point Pinery the American in its til res on the Milwaukee nnd press foi Inattention to the newa of the State Ab fur as this journal is concerned the news of every portion ofthe State is Hist cure Tun Justice of the N Y Superior Court has refused to discharge Kyle tho Secretary the Company who made the of stock He says there ia every fact to show that a great fraud has been I POINT and the C Washburn writes to the Chicago Democratic Press contradicting the story that one man lost by the Sehuyler ures As we did not believe the first report when it reached us we did not publish it We did not suppose any body in Mineral Point was worth for the of July cholera 15 other diseases 14 THE of Richmond Dispatch states as a remarkable fact that iu 1848 when the cholera was so fatal In mond but two Sons of Temperance out of Its fifteen hundred members died with the dis- ase THE GREAT FAILURE at Ledger that John friends have proffered him means to reinstate him in credit so that Is probable he may retain the cy of the Reading railroad His veal property in Iron works and coal land is sold to be large He is a holder of large unavailable securities hnt he is it appears under heavy liabilities on account of the Catawissa and railroad and other HOUSE Chicago is said to bo a No 1 Hotel It opened with an ment on tho evening of tho 1st to invited guests The tickets of invitation said no gentleman admitted without a lady At o'clock on the afternoon ot the 2d is a grand dinner to the members of the Council and the City Press When oar new Hotel be up and but we understand it is likely to fizzle out The foreign exchange market is very steady at cents for sterling 12 a 5 IS for Y Eve Post ult ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF TUB LAWRENCE UNI- Annual Exhibition of this richly endowed and prosperous Institution took place in the new Chapel at Appleton during day and Wednesday of lost week attracting a large concourse of visitors from different ports of the State The exercises consisted of u Junior Exhibition a Ladies Exhibition and the Senior Exhibition each of which elicited the hearty applause of the audience The Applelou Crescent has u lengthy report from which we Tho published by The Ladles Lyceum aod most beautifully read by Ed of Milwaukee and The Casket by The Clever the cognomen of er Literary Society ofthe University and well and distinctly read by Miss E L of Appleton will long be remembered by the de- audience We must not forget our Noble whose music throughout the exercises of both worthy of themselves and the occasion Thus has been enjoyed in this new Literary garden ofthe west one of those rich treats BO tho cultivated aud refined of marks an era in the tory of Appleton and of the Lawrence sity OK ment of Col ft J C FREMONT won present at Greytown when tlie affair curred which led to the upon Mr American arrest and imprisonment Col F stales that a against Americans Ing io positive hostility Mr Borland refused permit the arrest of an American citizen by thu authorities of Greytown because they claimed jurisdiction from the Mosquito King separate and distinct from the Government of gua Great Britain was administering the Government of the country in the shape of a Protectorate in the name of the Mosquito King The British Union Jack waved over the guard house and citadel and the British Consul wan the real director of the City Mr Borland resolved not to would open the eyes of Down Sisters such and in of his A H Hart is preparing to resistance tu it troubles ah red Col FREMONT ing places the matter in a light i her inf somewhat different from that in which it has late rains have damaged tht From NKW the past fortnight arrangements have Ticen made for the ate erection of a dozen large and substantial buildings and as many or loons Beal Estate Is rising in value quite in the cost part ofthe village havo doubled in price since March in the west end the increase is full per cent Farming lands adjoining the corporation have trebled in value within six months The Heavy rain which continued through Wednesday und Thursday last waa quite a deluge We hear complaints that it has damaged the Spring wheat to some extent Winter wheat is coming in good We suppose the harvest will be abundant all over tho State Ellison of Ellington sends ua ii bunch of Timothy Heads which average 10 inches in One of tho heads is IU in length Mr H's of Timothy related three-story block of stores on the cor- tei thl I ct Avenue tht ilea wrth the lower part to be ready for occupancy by Htu III n 1 fore been It will bo seen that statement of the case relieves Mr Borland and our Government from the charge of resistance to legally constituted authority but I give this statement of with the view of expressing any opinion on tho merits of the case It is my purpose simply to afford some additional light whereby your ders may moke up their own It ought not to be overlooked that while the miserable mud hovels and shanties of Greytown stand in the foreground of this picture Great Britain with her Protectorate lien in the background and while the in person the moral weight of the blow struck by the order of the United States government falls indirectly upon that Protectorate It re- mains to be seen whether England will resent our act and maintain her Protectorate by force of arms or whether she will abandon it as too expensive for the possible results to accrue therefrom KNOW NOTHING in Cincinnati The Cincinnati Commercial says there are not less than seven different and societies in that city Cot commanding tlie ment of British Infantry died at Quebec of cholera on the of July SIGNS for in New York are now made u Rochester The Rochester sign feel proud of their reputation MADISON Griffin Bird are a new firm for the manufacture of carriages of the best style The thermometer stood at 101 on Monday in the shade The Journal heara of no coses of BED Charles Dickens is reported to mvc ran away from his London creditors aud foue to the Continent of Europe the effects of a wine Dickens always lived very ex- During several years his income equalled and he might have amassed nearly a million of dollars He has also ted one of his children to Miss antiquated wealthy lady to whom he made an appeal for money Miss Coutts refused to a second time with his request but she j wheat The winter wheat in shocks has grown the Spring has been partly beaten down Pt Edward Cook President fit tho Lawrence University has we learn been elected D D by a New England College ident Cookeis now east on a visit to Boston Methodist body we are informed is to at on the of August Our friends think flush succeeding Conference will be held at ton Mrs last paper went to press before thia lady had delivered her lecture here It was listened to with marked attention and approbation by a very large audience Mrs S also spoke at Green Bay and was well re- She has since lectured at different points on the Upper Fox she is doing much good mainly because she does not follow in the wake ofthe Women's Rights Lectures but contents herself with showing tho wrongs inflicted upon her sex by the rum traffic American enterprise An agent from an American Company has lately been in hagen to request the permission of the Danish Government to lay down wires over Iceland und Denmark on part ofthe line from America to Europe TUB WST Lane and Van who started North a few weeks since in pursuance ofa contract with the ment to servey some lands in tho portion of this State have returned without ing anything in consequence of the land being so covered with water as to render it im- possible to travel over Dem E who was struck by lightning near week before last died on the 21st Institution for the Deaf and next term of the Wisconsin Institution for the Education of the Deaf und Dumb will com- mence on Wednesday Sept ith Any deaf imd dumb person residing In the State who has attained the ago of ten years will be furnished with board aud tuition tree of expense on being brought to the Institution provided with clothes sufficient for the term of ten months Members of the medical others acquainted with deaf mutes are respectfully requested to to bring up one oi and tllo of acat mute b thus parted with one of his in ur t the 0 obtain pecuniary relief against 1 respective localities richly prized by older lands and 3 BRUTAL Snn Francisco Herald gives an account of the extraordinary ance of a man named of that city by walking 80 consecutive on a plunk 15 feet long and 3 feet wide Tbc time occupied was four days and three nights during which the sum of was taken at the door for admittance During the last hour it was necessary to whip him to keep him awake He ate and drank very little while walking but kept a bullet in his mouth He averaged about 3 miles an hour and walked miles without stopping and was in con- distress after completing his task be- ing allowed to sleep ten minutes and then kept awake tbc space of time for fear that if allowed to sleep any longer ho would never wake again It is an Instance of human rance never before known and we trust never to record another similar one THE opposition According to the Washington correspondent of he Journal of Commerce the treaty is not going through the Senate so easily as was He The Fishery aud Reciprocity Treaty has en- in the Senate a still opposition on sectional grounds If the question be decided on those grounds or chiefly it Fill produce a state of the Semite nnd n some parts of the North very unfavorable to lie future ofthe country When the subject shall again came up in the Senate the sectional appeals heretofore made by some bers in opposition to the treaty will be erly rebuked We shall then noon know i er a treaty rejected merely on the ground that it may favor a commercial connection with known to be hostile to the institution of Slavery THE Is getting to be a great place and a growing one attributable perhaps to A F settling down there and devoting his energies to ita ment through the columns of his Plain er From the last mimber of that paper we make thu following spirited extract It shows that Mr P is and is determined that the world shall know of the manifold ges and remarkable prosperity of If we cannot boast of as large u village as some there arc In the State we can truly bid defiance to all competition in the way of liness and good order Our streets were all well graded by Nature who does these things a little better than man ban ever attempted to do Nearly all of our principal streets have now good upon each side of cut stone We have the best Court House iu the State SENATORS IN to be fourteen States to wit mont New York Pennsylvania North nin Florida Louisiana Arkansas Indiana Illinois Missouri Iowa Wisconsin und fornia the Legislatures to be chosen at the en- suing elections will each appoint an United States Senator GUANO in enormous ty of gnano has recently arrived at Baltimore There are now entire cargoes at the in addition to tho large supply on hand THE OF This want extends over nearly all ofthe ern States The Chicago Tribune speaks fi om the editor's recent personal experience Unfortunately for the farmers the wheat and oat crops have ripened at the same time and great loss must result from neglect of er Owing to this the farmers are using extra- ordinary exertions to moot the emergency und successfully harvest their grain But standing exorbitant price are offered and paid for laborers and the number of grain cutters has been nearly doubled since last year and of acres In Northern Illinois will edly be lost because they cannot be care of In season So great was the emergency deemed that many farmers continued their thi Sunday aud in nearly hall we saw females engaged in raking binding or shocking grain SIH ALLAN s elected to the Canadian Legislature from the Hamilton District over Isaac Buchanan Sir Allan acts with the Anti- party examination of students has just closed and is pronounced by the American The Institution is in a flourishing condition and winning the confidence ofthe people We hope to live to see the day when children can receive 1 liberal education without the necessity of abandoning the moral guards aud restraints of home AT walks Iu the Parks have been improved raised and elled two cisterns are in process of tion near the Capitol as reservoirs Tie tist Church is nearly finished and -a credit to the architecture of the town LAKHS WITHDRAWN FROM lands In the Western part of Grant County have been withdrawn from market on the that they will be granted by Congress for railroad purposes Chant Co guide boards The Supervisors Ure for their detection built of cut stone and finished iu the best style a good empty Jail three beautiful stone five wooden ones which tell well for a village of 2000 inhabitants a fine College building and an Academy both built of cut stone as good a Flouring Mill of itn size as there Is in the State two furnaces In full blast a car Shop which manufactures at least one cor a a threshing Machine Factory that employs hands enough to thresh out all our political the State Any tity of smart men good-looking women and pretty babies A goodly number of ics of all kinds The usual number of yers Ministers and Doctors till of whom seem to be doing well except the latter who are idle a good share of their time We notice one of them sitting in the the other day with the sun shinning hot in his face the mercury standing at 95 in the shade ana notwithstanding all these warm inducements so freely offered his indolent habita and he refused to sweat work on the Harbor is gressing The authorities are cutting down the hills and opening streets A new block of buildings Is erecting an The river is said to bo in a very condition from stagnant water A young man named was accidentally drowned on day the 24th alt by falling oat of a yawl boat A Board of Health ban been organized and hare held meetings as u preventive measure The health of the place continues good The above is about the summary of news The authorities have issued un ordinance organizing a board of health md another for the of fires THK Oshkosh Courier referring to recent vote to loan the credit of that city to the extent of Much interest was manifested in thin matter by our citizens aud the vote was quite the property holders having turned out almost to a man It is the Intention of the Directors to commence active operations The Stock Agent of the company will take the field at once and surveying parties will be started oat on the Hue between this city and Horicon The of this road is a sure thine There will be stock enough taken by people in this county alone to insure its con- struction beyond a Tht Steamer Eweka travelled from to Fond du Lac the other day in an hour and a half Capt Rounds intends to fit her up for passengers She will moke regular great convenience of that region missionary meeting was held in the Methodist church at Appleton on day afternoon the inst The collection amounted to The Crescent also no- tices that last winter a up for two widows one a Roman Catholic and the other Methodist Loois H Principal July Two Mix digging in u well at Minnesota were suffocated ou the 21st er man was drowned while bathing at Portage great is the activity this place that the very houses have caught the infection from their pants and are engaged in the of gress The editor of the Badger saw three on the move in one day leaving their old quarters for some other of the city Thoy make way for larger and more substantial buildings TUB of an ill-regulated tavern The Cholera sweeps off the Galena Jeffersonian gives the following picture oi mortality in one house Lamar's stage station fifteen miles cast of city on the Chicago road It also incidentally touches on the cause of Dr LAUD'S illness and decease Surely such caeca will enforce tion upon those whoso cellars are liable to foul air and dampness It The in all me lire Lamar and four children two servant girls two stage Heath of Henry P We regret to announce the death of P of our oldest and most esteemed merchants Id- expired this morning of a disease of the Mr PECK lias a merchant In this city the past nine years and during all that time he has enjoyed the confidence of the community iu an eminent de- gree as un honest man whose integrity was a model for a merchant Mr PUCK was one of those men whose influence existed in the force of a silent example Such men give a moral character to a new city and therefore loss must he felt Our young city him suffered severely by the death ot men as and PECK The void of wealth is easily supplied but not of men whose influence and personal example alike are cast ou the right side We have spoken of Mr as u citizen but hu was also one whose manly und sterling qualities blended with a winning gentleness gave him the utmost love of those who were so fortunate as to be brought in the close relations of husband father brother and friend Mr wan iu bis forty-second very prime of his life imd the maturity of his usefulness It is pertinently suggested that tlie stores lie closed on Saturday during the funeral to low the mercantile community to render the last tribute of respect to the dead THE CANADIAN ELECTION has resulted in the triumph of tlie present ministry The anti- Elgin journals claim large gains but not cient to give thorn n majority THE of the party writes from St Louts date of the of July to the Rochester People here are disappointed with the acter of the Pioneer Party They find it com- posed of the very first class mechanics formers and mostly men of means and wont to know if those to come arc of the same We told them much better The truth is this Pioneer Party commands the respect of all with whom they come in contact No drinking ex- cept an occasional taste of brandy as tive of disease and but one in the whole party who smokes Such men not likely to be frightened by any gentry that may squat i NUMBER 12 from Boa of thi Hon BEX C our Representative THE Biu Mr abandoned for the present his proposition to K our African ron and given io the Senate that he will not press It now on account of want of time for arguing the constitutional involved at following are imong the by the allure of John Danville Bank E Clark Rose Co Drexel Co Morgan Co It h understood however that they amply secured in Congress from 2d District has addressed a letter to Hon John Wilton Commissioner of the General Land remonstrating ly and in earnest language against the oi certain lauds in Wisconsin from sale An official notice appeared in tbc Washington Union f July IS reciting that at tho earnest solicitation of certain nnd Delegates in Congress from Wisconsin Iowa and Minnesota the President has directed thitt certain townships iu these and said Territory within about 15 miles of each side ofthe route ofthe Railroad from via St to tlie mouth of Fond du Luc shall be withdrawn from safe or entry until further Sec Mr Eastman tout part of our State in which these reserved lie and he i that so far from joining in the earnest tation above to he was totally rant of the design or the Government and prised and mortified that the reservation had been made without Ms being ee and he thinks it a new idea that lands can properly be reserved for sale in anticipation of an Act of Congress upon the bare one or more gentlemen whether they may be in or out of Congress If this can be done no limit can be set to men mode of procedure and acting under this assumed right lands may be reserved by toe President upon a remote chance that Congress may hereafter grant them to build Roads or for forms for actual or for other purposes In the as Mi- justly says the land lies unimproved Immigration finds new nels and men who have settled contiguous to such reservation are compelled to bear alone the burden of taxation of every description In this case it appears that none of the from Wisconsin were consulted nor did they join in eliciting Ihc order drawing from sale Townships in tills State containing acres of land and but one of the Senators from Wisconsin joined in one we ore not Informed Nor were they Informed that an application for a withdrawal Lad been The fact is us Mr Eastman charges there it no till yet before Congress granting lands for a Railroad below the Southern line of the of Minnesota iu the direction Notwithstanding this there have been drawn from market acres in Grant County Wis east of the Mississippi and op- The Minnesota land docs not go an inch beyond that Territory nor docs it grant a foot of land beyond its boundaries Certainly it does not make a giant of lands to Minnesota lying in the State of Wisconsin Is teff M of He man who It not Idea hi illustrated by Hm at tenth M Who an the educated tht They an UMK who severing aod to tho University or gut of it Or Ow Senators who hart re- cently finished work abd Ihn earth it would be trifling with ay that Silos Wright John 0 Calhoun were mta Henry Clay wu not True the were M la lot as wer in public life for the quality of their The laUer admitting and lU culture BMT of tbt tor mer in wisdom and counsel by and use of sMoo se o meant of self culture which American tion within of his vigorous and mind In a picture of and future of our Stata The University of Wisconsin has sntry on this of general public Tha unavoidable Her and we supplied with the material of tlon her her amolt Income faithfully tod judic wm to the boaom of a fold for tilt cned and can of ted authorities ol the which I past and tbc aw I my will tw all fatur The conferring Honorary Degrees by our American Colleges has Veen so much and huso cheapened In tho sensible people and of persons rci of Academic rewards that the of College tho kst Com- that no more Honorary should be conferred by that Institution No doubt the example of Union will be followed up by other Colleges until the is Southern A a date for the Governorship of Virginia es a letter stating that he would ban Total for the Nebraska but that he WM strongly op- posed to Mr Badger's amendment Manny of Illinois aud Mr Wright of In lhat State have had a trial of reapers of their re- manufacture Wright's machine mt and raked 20 acres In 12 hours and M and Manny's cat It acres in 10 hours and G minutes The i ix new blocks are be- B Commissioner and the The President appears to have entertained a different but mistaken idea In conclusion Mr Eastman assigns thu lowing reasons for dissenting from and strating against action taken by the Land were drawn by two horses The work h to be very perfect The low was to the Illinois State Society It is not which was the best work ing built in one where the fire was last winter Each of these will contain two stores and be one hundred feet deep They will have Milwaukee brick fronts Another large store s going up built of wood The track of the Madison R 11 Is being laid rapidly and will soon be at Bass Creek N have received an invitation to be present at the ng of the stone of this Institute located at Penn which wnb to take place to-day Addresses were to be delivered by S S D D Gov Bigler and Pollock The Institute commences un- der the most auspices promises to be school of the highest order and will send first Freshmen to College TUB CHOP ix Z a single crop is always wo have had illustrations in State The Islus of ifford a more terrible illustration A Zante of the Boston Traveller under date of fune 21 The disease of the currant vine has already undo great progress Many think that It will be nore severe this year in previous years I believe that this will not he any worse the last one As it is it is bad snough misery attending state of lungs is of course on the increase Our rich and owners are doing they can to mise They deny every comfort considered nnw no making coffins for deceased nine had died in the house which by the wav is one ofthe most beautiful and airy situations ill the country the remaining members of the family and the friends who had come to their removed to the barn across the street where the two lost were seized and expired Mr Lamar and his only living child have gone to aud tho place Dr Ladd of who died on Thursday morning was one of the attending physicians a friend of the family also living at burgh is lying at death's door if not also dead and the four who have died in this city within a few at the Bradley House and two at the City in the habit of taking some of their meals and ing a part of their time at Lamar's house This extraordinary mortality is unexampled We hear that it is accounted for by the tion of the cellar beneath the house The tom it la said was covered with water iu a putrid condition in which were floating cut pieces of meat decayed vegetables and other refuse that will gather in such places Over this mass the meat consumed by the family was hanging and through the accumulations upon it the it may have supposed to have been communicated to the sufferers It is said that every person who took dinner there on Monday u now in the grave Poison is what reason we do not know Some local cause operating with deadly virulence has killed enteen out of some twenty-five persona who have been in contact with it Let thia warning take hold of all whose premises contain the seeds of disease They are now selling their equipages as fast as they can get buyers while the poor people who hud before this calamity as poorly us they well could bad lately to give up regular meals und feed upon the coarsest materials whenever and wherever they were found These poor people are now suffering extremely Our condition indeed can scarcely be yet to a worse state it must come particularly in the coming winter What ia to become of us I not see unless we turn cannibals and feed upon each other A lamer here pretends to have discovered a remedy lor this currant disease and tbc Ionian Government offered to give him In cose his discovery proves n remedy This is however very doubtful to say the least This pretended discovery consists in dipping each separate bunch in a mixture of clay and dung moistened with water and so great is tlie anxiety of the people here that they have even upon such a forlorn hope an thia Thousands have actually set to in good earnest to give the experiment a fair trial To a Attention is called to the Because neither my colleagues In the House of were consulted Because no lands lying in Wisconsin have been granted for any purpose as that in the Proclamation Because in the of any grant being made for u road iu Iowa Congress hu power nor ii it had would it exercise It to grant laud in one Slate to be disposed of by another State to aid in the construction of a railroad in a State which the land is not Because no of land should be made until grants are absolutely made by Con- gress So Jar my ore concerned Oic same objections against the withdrawal of townships containing one million seven hundred and twenty-eight thousand acres in the Menasaa land district ordered by you on tire 17th of May o of a majority of the delegation in from the State of Michigan on the of the Oakland und other proposed for it seems to me to be lint ordinary to consult the from the dis- n which he lie before any action Is had in the But on my colleague is with the action of a majority of tlie di legation from and as it is ed his acts reflect the views of his in tho premises I did not deem it my duty to interfere in the matter But to be correct In fact I apprehend you should lave added and alto a member of ihr Cabinet from that for it seems that interests of that State are involved however remotely there is little difficulty in procuring the speedy and favorable action of that high functionary although it should be at the sacrifice of the in- of other Stol ex For the reasons above stated I request that the of withdrawal may be re- and that the lauds be cold as m nary eases you obedient servant BBS C EASTMAN of he lid district also announces thai he concurs with Mr Ii in his views of the impropriety of withdrawing these lands from and fully to that effect immediately after the order was given The matter as above detailed Is one of no little importance to the people of Wisconsin and we may expect that It will us It should ex- cite general and discussion OK NEW ending Saturday last there wire deaths in New York Of these 141 were by Cholera being an increase over the week Of the total number 617 were ten years of age and Inmates ofthe wiou penal and charitable institutions Then won SO deaths U of soa tt of cholera morbus Tfi of diarrhoea sod 41 of dysentery The nativity of tho WM H 673 were of States of Inland 114 ol Germany aad the balance of countries sold a heavy crop of shock for between three OF regret to learn that the late rains have damaged the winter wheat very materially among the timbered lands One farmer In wheat standing in the and four dollars an of being so badly grown Nearly all the winter wheat which was cut early In the timbered lands is or less grown The spring not being cut BO early Is but little damaged Still we hear of some that is grown while standing Plain Dealer York City Mirror says there ore now running in that city 33 lines of omnibusses with 521 stages and five railroads with 184 cam As town usually supplies all the necessary farming implements used and has we believe until this year Grain Cradles owing to the prostration of the crops are now In demand throughout the county with no ability of a supply Reapers have become so common that our merchants did not think good American 21st dwelling house of Mrs Mclutyre on Buffalo street was forcibly ed during Sunday night and the robber pocked up a large bundle of clothing which he was only prevented from taking by those lodging in the house being aroused by the noise The low was armed and threatened the life of one individual but left without doing ouy Chicago lit warm at short in- showers pour in their cooling fluid The health of tola section of the State seems to be better than any other scarcely have we beard of any one being sick Business holds up lively sales large Considerable stir has been going on In of a goodly supply of water the river up and the Boys lately seen lounging around town have disappeared and ore enjoying the healthy exercise of a pull We hope they may bave a prosperous journey nnd Pinery vlt Advertisement iu our issue of cratic paper for sate The paper has enjoyed a healthy prosperity since it has been in tion it h In a growing place and If the aser be an energetic mail it will possess a large local influence as it now does It presents a good opening a young man of capacity with some means good principles and liberal politics PROOF Sire IB the N Y Assay Office vault they have introduced ments as a safeguard which outstrip all the possible of burglars The reporter for the Eva Post An ingenious contrivance is employed tect the treasure in the from the attacks of burglars A space is hollowed out in the granite before they arc put together large enough to admit u six pound ball which when inserted in the cavity will move very readily to the touch Should a thief attempt to drill a hole through the mortar between the blocks his drill in some part of the passage will come In contact with one of the balls and it cannot proceed any further but will merely turn the ball round in the socket This arrangement will also hare the effect of Ing the blocks in their places should the tar be taken from between the Interstices We believe this is the first time this method of building vaults has been tried in this country although It baa been in use for some time Iu Eu- rope How WAS When the last Board of Directors of the New Haven road was was present and In- distributed tickets with his own name at the huad of the list He had also a pocket full of proxies procured from the ders of the It was of coarse useless to oppose him and he was re-elected a Director and then President of the Company WORK Cholera broke out in the State Prison at Maw on the night of the of July and in twenty-four hours seventy prisoners were under medical treatment twenty hi the hospital and fifty In heir Fifteen or twenty of the cases are reported real cholera but the others are cholera morbns They have the bent of medical treatment and M yet no deaths have occurred The OMM of this odden attack is not known TIIK COLORED correspondent of rbe New York Mirror to the ies of this class In New York proposes ing Michigan with them and setting them to farming We whether the negroes can disposed of in that way and whether gan cares about being the theatre of op- A nun AS who in well known in this city M an able lawyer came out In this tinel and without intending to be cruel mauls S M Booth in H wny taat even hlo tough bide will feel Mr Yates avows himself to be of the same party as S M Booth yet he cannot mit the selfish arrogance of Booth in censuring tbc Supreme Court ol Wisconsin to paw That Booth's course bos created n vading dissatisfaction iu the of his est followers such oven as tlic Senior editor of the Sentinel will be manifest from the following decisive blow iu Mr And I farther say upon my own ty that Mr Booth by bis injudicious and rant in law comments upon the last de- and imputing Inconsistency and moral cowardice to the Supreme Court con- to Injure the cause of liberty and the success ofthe Republican party more than the decision Itself and it U only because of those uncalled for and founded charges of tency and moral cowardice Imputed to the Court and the consequent Injury to the canso of Freedom and tho Republican party that I am induced to enlighten him If I can and show bow jurisdiction can attach under a tma law It is manifest that the Sentinel uneasy with the Booth around iu neck htr Yates Is a good to lead THU of tho July The Milwaukee It S M Cf have not suspended work bat are la fact forces and exhibit a determination and ability to keep the thing STEAMSHIPS TO A gentleman fat Alabama recently to be one oft to give each or of Ive hundred to each for a steamship to Liberia Society calved of a ram a man in Baltimore THE aro on a new system in the disposal at Toledo rue authorities sont a to the Hospital and u was in the stage of thu disease his coffin wu brought He not sa tut gone however as to be to un and be opened with a tremendous volley of French oaths aai euch earnest articulations that to suspend operations It probably did tht Frenchman good for he Is said to In a fair way to recover He wan too much for the ledo philanthropies that A sort of Spiritual is now by through a named Union said to he of but limited education The to show tlie connection with every thing ed and to teach man to look to Him lor aid la every thing Ji that Mr Union waa directed by the Spirits to give his attention to writing tills bonk which would be dictated to him by He procured a largo blank bound volume which ban been written up to he extent of 400 pages Mr has Keen II and proclaim it a The handwriting Is totally from tie ordinary writing and ac plain print The medium knows nothing of what he writing except word by word It is Mm Die simple anil ami many scientific awl literary hav seen It ami pronounced It This in rte statement of Mr Tallmadge and we leave the public to form their own opinion astu the matter That there are hundreds of thousands of sincere in the Spiritual faith or theory has been abundantly proved will await anxiety the new per Mr Liuton The road men held IHO al Saratoga Springs but finally without agreeing upon any mutual arrangement an to aod They again In coarse of the present month and with the of the Pennsylvania Central Road From to there wens pounds of paper rugs imported Into try at a cent ol They caimi bom countries Italy furnishing the largest quantity Tke demand fur paper so great that there In much experiment H to whether it cannot be mado of mme other tut cheaper than rags The cost rags In about a cents per pound It is supposed and not without reason that contagious are frequently imported into country by means of them dirty rags from Europe Now there is not a foul rag hoist In Europe not to gather materials for American paper If straw eoaU be nude into paper It be of most as much value as tbc of electric telegraph It cheapen hooka and and sare tht of millions of dollars to foreign tries Is the name or a new villa being laid out within four go It is to be built with who can afford to from the dust and dirt of the city A park of nve acres has out and a choice spot for a and parson A barry recently arrived at from targ with 040 Swedes among whom OD their way to Salt burom looking and will probably or her on reaching the happy Und all noshed Mormondom ofa third and also a subscription from QM family in Kentucky mt or IMW 11 they Tn Un of tin M tot U us Infinite to say city has been during ut k Ow airy and oar h pa BWM
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