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Weekly Wisconsin (Newspaper) - July 4, 1855, Milwaukee, Wisconsin AT TUK OFFICE OF IK I Yi VMI IN IN PHOENIX u BY K i Journal XV 11 K fit Proprietor VOL IX MILWAUKEE WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1855 NO 7 Mir in il It i- ttu is t III tl Tut The vote upon the proposal ul the of the city to the unit Company though degree ot of in remind fo the The vote follow HK t in Ward Who is or Pierce H i- among thu of tho times to see a by and Western i the cy to one of his tin ed anil Wo havu now us a melancholy o-f tills kind of Mississippi ia the ol War a Holding this relation lo the In: should have the delicacy not to openly us ID should or should not be removed by thu hud in a public at on the Intl that Kov will bt removed and nby Imply In tho foray of on Hi fbh account ih denounced as uu when it is knoun that 4 a politician of the who Mould us lief shoot in 11 u negro Iu reference tu tin appointment ol Col stated that it was known to tho hu was appointed that be The i cry valuable table ol the in the Know-Nothing National Contention is worth laying aside for future reference It ex- hibits at glance the sectional vote of the Con- vention in adopting the majority and rejecting Kenneth fair compromise proposition aa Hit a H 1 n H KH 1 M Johns K 1 ril 110 uyf li nu ay nu nti nu H uuuu J nu ijl J H nu W nu SVC H Wli null I W II K W A K uu ayo nu num no A 1 nu nji no J 1 uo uo no KC nil C no It W W 1 artun uo no I H no at no It Tlf J AJ IIO IKk W IVf r n Cun i Hill I K C BJ J 1 nu in u MO tuya no nu no HO uu no no in no no T II i Hum I A J Huntu W M OMi mi he was regarded from his leaning towards the other side He however that it won known that hud tho Hide uf the A n the contest iu Kuwait lie Col D hus been opposed lo remaining In ii opposed now and thinks It probable he has been He ought to have been removed the alter he was appointed It among the sad signs of degeneracy among Southern that every politic- ian is pronounced an abolitionist who not really favor the extension ol Slavery Ki SIAS at Washington that the Allies have captured or destroyed the number of or the valuable of provisions JH reported In Hie Viench lish papers Attempted Democratic Union in York The following iy reported to the plan of union fixed upon tu Washington lo consolidate the Soft and Hard Shell suctions in New Vork We doubt whether the will accept the ib they do not feel disposed to make any terms wUh President D S certainly would not yield to Mieh an but the smaller Hards The is fo bring iu the Hard Shell lenders by bestowing upon them the nation of some of the best which they failed to get in tho distribution ul 1853 It is ered that thu union ol two in Con- vention in September next will secure the State for the democracy In the contest of In reunion the of 1852 Is proposed to be re confirmed and after success in the Presidential election a general division of the offices without reference to thu occurrences ol the intervening period This arrangement doen not preclude the ol Gun admitting him tti tented to Uic to bo The Hard are not lo be to support hie tion but to vote for it alter U Ib This is a gauie in which Hard pose they cannot lose because the contingency in which they tire to their feelings wu never As connected with the consolidation of tht two sections of the party we learn that the Alba ny Argus has been purchased for by the friends of Secretary Negotiations u pending for purchase of tho is reported to be offered in order to consolidate journals und thus the It will be difficult to obtain au edito uho will be satisfactory fo both sections butu uny rale he must be a man uho will favor thi oi WM L MAHOT lor in 1856 in reported to bo very this we should not be It the for the was obtained by t Ux wt the o ou Departments a Washington thut h ims u good chance for n an the rote of New Yoi it te ly be carried by a divided party matter of solicitude io every pi runt U ih thut Iu of tho Nothing unit the in th old whig put of inig curry New Vork As with thU topi the M V Daily Newy tays that u private Tn ing of has been held that city ut which it wus resolved to use to the ot to Presidency ol tiie utw arc placed in their elegant roomt in Hie This is to be of the same us the nu nu irn nu avu nu yu no live III 5 T 0 J 8 r it MI Hyv U 111 C its vs J S S i J Stamps nu li m i i v V Kill i nju H J MAIM J b Say K nu A S R li I nu B 1 nu J nu r M nu A I in U J J nt J W m A A in A C Camr IK H H W Kuis A li U nu nytt iyi K U nu uyo no uyu JH 1 11 ult H no nyu H Mi1 nu 1 f nu Mil YOKK J IV no wj T I nu aye uu 1 t h uu riu S no SOR in B ji no 110 nu iye 1 nu ehv no no uyt 11 U 11 UMi H 11 JI II Mm Inn J 1 lun nyi U J A SI I Hul b J I J B C IV HJI jr It A i- J A mo iu JJ I ayn J A no Cl W Wilson u u nu tvi liyu nu l J C WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE Severe One of the severest storms over this city for a long time occured this morning between the hours of 1 We think it fa true that very little is known and 9 The rain fell in perfect torrents by the people in general of this city in re- j gard to what in called tho Wisconsin Central We confess to no great amount of information In regard to its prospects or ses ourself It Is evidently one of the Chicago roots reaching Into the back country of sin lake to draw from them portion of their support But whatever its ou tbe the Chicago we core uot and are glad to know that it is actually iu a state of The road from Chicago with which it ut the State is called the Fox knocked down a workman who was employ wind blew a hurricane The damage by the wind and lightning though not material was unite general The lightning struck the machine shop C J SMITH in the and It struck the North-west corner and passed down through shivering and splintering the timbers and some shavings iu the upper story and causing aa alarm of lire The electric cur rent also passed through heavy timbers und the strong bench to the as IT it had been a ball of lire melting all sorts of tools River Yalley Road which road I l put iu operation us far as Crystal Lake Elgin Illinois on the Union road Wu do uot remember how far it In from Crystal Lake to thu uf Wisconsin but it Is but u short tho road la ready tor tuc From Geneva to Elkhorn the work is also nearly ready for the iron From Elkhorn to we dru the Reporter the contractors iwo ut work with gieat energy employ teams and a large number uf men From Whitewater thu line of the road guts to Lake Mills Columbus fortune and nu believe Some of our country nave at- tempted tu elves believe thai tbe Milwaukee press to this roud as well as all roads not pointing directly to this til iu filing n saw at the bench The mun la not injured Tho damage ia not however material It is n little singular that this same spot a bouse wax struck by lightning about one ago now and burned RAIN section of the state wu visited with a plentiful supply of rain between Friday and Monday last The parched earth now blooms with beauty and crops have started with renewed rigor Some of the crops had ly suffered but good weather now will bring the farmers out very well Republican learn by the Deputy Sheriff of Washington county that on Friday night last some worthless scamp stole from ws Well ia the village of Barton a large light sorrel horse eight years old Mr Weil offers for the recovery of the horse or for the capture of the thief with as BBAL have just heard of a sale of a tract of land one mile from this village for SCO per acre t Land lying on the road running west of the Court House through and Into tbe Ball Prairie region has increased 50 to 50 per acre within the past Crescent AN Boston ent gives tho New York Evening Post the lowing charming anecdote of Quincy Tho general destruction to is tne of Harvard apparent ull over thu city It that the father of Mr Quincy who y brou to city it is not true nor Is such opposition occupied by Mr Blake Tho whole of the bock iu to thu people of Milwaukee We completely taken off leaving thu attic A chimney to the American House was blown died in 1775 had mado Ia his will a bequest of over aud broke a hole in the roof eight feet to Harvard College in caso bis only long and scattered the brick pretty freely over the pavement The lumber In some ot the was ed uver the ground iu a most promiscuous uei us it'll did not cost us much us it does Thu chimney on the building of the Free Democrat office was also blown down The battlement ot tho on Wireoubiii st was blown upon the roof ot the store next adjoining and before bad occasion to aay that we do not how rod of railroad Iron cuu be laid down Iu State of Wisconsin without helping Milwaukee more thau it hurts her and why ull railroads the resources of thu Stale and Milwaukee must always bu thu great mart uf the State Tho only ri- valry thuru cun be from the Central or Rock HI ver Valley Hoods to must bu to the Lake Shore Road But that in nothing the Lake Shore Roud will always all the business it can do If there never is a passenger or u pound of freight comes from elsewhere than the Luke cities So it has nothing to fear The Roads East and West to sba Milwaukee Ac have an interest thut these roads should be built lor they will be large and valuable tributaries Thu Rock Kiver Roud or tho Central consin will curry a bushel of grain out of thu Slate They cannot carry wheat tu cago for half the money that it can come to the Lake on thu cross roads But thai they floor fully exposed The third story of the building is completely Inundated and the wa- ter leaks through to thu bottom story no lives were lost though from ances wu should judge that some person had been sleeping directly under the place where the accident The damage to the is considerable 1101 r AMU MILWAUKEE R tors ot tills road publish the following ment to the Stockholders Milwaukee ban a great interest in tills rood and it cannot but be interesting Go our citizens to know of its ent excellent condition and For the money yon have 25 miles ot road from Detroit to finished and well ed and In complete and successful You have 25 miles more or the second division from to so far advanced that it will only require by the estimate of your President by Mr when Mr remarked that hu should bo sorry to have tho College suffer because his life served and he immediately gave the College for publishing the doinga of the astro- observers at the College Observatory Each volume published Irom this fund Is to be marked as having been published from tbe be- quest of Quincy a patriot of the lution Tbo charming old gentleman now in the year of bis age ia us bright and active as a man of forty His long life ded with acts of patriotism and usefulness May he be still longer spared a noble example to the young men of the times A item which has been the rounds of the press In regard to the large number of distinguished relatives who were present u the funeral of the late Mrs Judge suggests the following to Col of the Cincinnati Gazette On the death of Mrs Lincoln at Worcester Mass about twenty-five years ago tho widow of Levl Lincoln Sen who had been Attorney General of the United States Lieut Governor and acting Governor of was followed to the grave by four of whom was at the time Governor of Massachusetts an- other Governor of Maine a third Senator In the Massachusetts Legislature and the then a young man was shortly after a member of the House ot Representatives OF JULY Shaw Esq of Milwaukee baa accepted the tion of the Committee of Arrangements and THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 28 1855 i will deliver the Oration at the celebration in raow POUT far Hit an expenditure of 10 will have a trade wo do not doubt and when It is fully expected the second division of the they penetrate become your road will be opened in July and the third r fn 111 t In C lion Leavenworth who as Bounded in the recent duel with Mr has been arrested near Niagara and eld to bail iu the sum of lie mis too II to be from his bed mid Is d in a dangerous condition weather and tie tho Wisconsin hi on the rise with u prospect that Hie will go out before month The vegetable world ou the upward dency Wheat it la sniO very in these upper countries The are coming in aud the lauds ol the afe going tho old fellows fast Produce keeps up tu prices of last i and better 10 cents per finely Hasley of the owu of York iu this county had u spun ot stolen from him recently They were raced to this place and ou Saturday last tbe hi of was tbo Portage City road about 28 miles north of Madison and the horses re- The thief is described as u good ing young man about 25 of age but was badly strapped when ho returned here uo as materially to interfere with the free line uf Ilia we it will be a paying trade ror the sake ul thu towns luu Road will accommodate uc hope for Its Wu wibh for ils on account ot which it will indirectly bung to Milwaukee aud for the general convenience and of thu Stute lit large Milwaukee lias uo narrow railroad or com- policy She ban ou need of it Shu has a that 110 rivalries OL prejudices can cither destroy or assist Her credit und ence is given us as water for ull those great commercial undertakings and internal improvements which have a well founded basis With our roads completed to Dubuque to Dn lo La Crosse to St Paul to to and Lake Superior and thu Lake Shore Road extended to Green Bay ull or tbe equivalent uf which will be In the course of ten what him Mil to fear from auy rivalries cither real or Nothing nothing of thu Hampshire Patriot lor a re- nomination Pierce evidently lias persuaded himself that hu has good Bhow for fhe next did John Tyler Hiram has received thu democratic fur Congress Iu thu Fourth district of Georgia and Hon John H in the Firth division in September You will then have in operation seventy-eight miles of road which will yield you according to tbe best estimate we can make a sum sufficient to pay all of your interest and n fair dividend upon the stock ex- pended up to that point A contract has been catered into with K P Stewart aud others to finish and put in com- plete running order the road from Owasso to Lake Michigan for three million five hundred thousand dollars By tbe terms of the contract they are to receive all the stock subscriptions mado on the line between Owasso and Lake Michigan at pur aud to taku in stock such ther sum as will be equal to one-half of the con- tract price aud the balance is to be paid In the 91 There bas bueu paid iu upon stock tions In case no other or further subscriptions to your stock is obtained that count including all wbich is to be issued to the contractors and upon which they cannot un- til their work is completed will stand as follows Slock account Bonds issued and to bu issued by the Detroit and Milwaukee Railway Company Bonds issued by Oakland and Ottawa Railroad Company before dated week ending Monday June barrels superfine flour SOU do rye flour 40 do beer S do eggs bush rye 330 do potatoes 70 set bedsteads 500 1000 staves 405 cords COL Dallas ald says the widow und family of Colonel Davy Crockett the hero of tbe Alamo moved from Texas to last fall They reside iu lis county and are in straigh tuned ces ol Wool for him continually upward for the month noil much But tho in nod no largo arc tu Ixi noticed It lie by oni cor- thai the on tile Continent unit In ie decrease in supply begins to felt hat wool from I Democratic We publish the call to-day of the ic State committee for a State Convention tn beheld on the of August As we hoped it has been put off to a reasonably late day and yet not so late not to give the whole State time to make a thorough canvass From tjie Madison Argus and ard we copy articles in regard to the tion kc a close application to the arduous duties of editorial life of many months Mr the editor hereof has started for an excursion of pleasure and recreation He Intends visiting Chicago St Galena St Paul and St Anthony before bis return and contemplates being absent about two weeks We most cordially wish him a pleasant ney and a safe return and have no doubt the readers of the Wisconsin will do the Mr left in tbu i o'clock train for cago Tho Oat It that Col has tendered tbe Council aboud of for fulfilment of the Harbor contract as per alignment front Mr Our Impression at the time that sum was offered on Monday evening was thul thu Council ought fo accept it But we ore of opinion that the Council will not recede from it claim of as security It is estimated by the city engineer that the amount of work already done at the Straight Cut by Mr is The of city bonds which he has received on the contract is he owes the city upon the contract Mr Barton assumes the endorsement deducting it from the whole amount to be paid via So that If tho City Council accepts the bond the only security it has loft for the completion of the Harbor Is 12 per cent of the estimates which is to be retained until the work is com- Tbe remaining 88 per cent in to be paid ai fast as the work is done and actually by the City Engineer There will probably of the cil this week and should they reduce the bond by Mr BARTON bu proposes to RO on with the work at once We are greatly in need of the new Harbor and if the Council can satisfy of tbe sufficiency of tbe security given we shrill glad to see Mr commence the work He is evidently a man ol energy anil capacity and U is believed will push tbe work ahead so that vessels can pass in nt the new Harbor fore December New York Herald of ill Democratic State tin mil publish to-day tbe announcement of the Democratic Slate central committee calling the convention to nominate candidates for tbe State offices on the day of August next nt The i ill dors not name as a day as wo deemed expedient nor is It as late as desired In consulting with loading democrat the committee concluded that the duv thov have selected earlier than so early an wished by some would i ise agreeable fo all The basis ot representation that they have adopted ie a matter of justice ro the new ties of tbe which were four yearn ago in- cluded in large Amiably Then has so as to entitle them tn a voice beyond file fraction of a delegate to which only on the old they would have been en- titled will leave the Crawford La Crosse St Croix Marathon Outagamie Brown and Sank Assembly Districts to be represented by delegate from each county instead of a delegate Irani each entire district The change will thu convention com- posed as One delegate each from Tfl Assembly districts Two delegates from ench district 50 One delegate tiom each of the ties composing the seven al Assembly 21 Total 151 It will add to the number of previous and will give expression tn the choice of a large and portion of the racy that never beon represented ill State conventions The committee recommends Unit the Assembly Senatorial anil county conventions be held on the 18th and 20th ol August Uniformity desirable and its the days named aro probably as convenient us any tho recommendation Is entitled to consideration We trust that the will be a lull Total will yet a price There will be a perceptible ciency in tlic coming clip compared with tat year and although tUese be K of old left from laat j eur It will not compensate for tbe IOM thut been by the uid the for in lurge Litton und we do not for vi or uru to to huM for our of Lu an opinion upon Iho result of a ol tho no tier are to influence futuro no can we do not propone to our e I r there is no panic among the j will bring a Good full blood Estate hear of sale of a uu ought town common ml grades very desirable lot of real estate in the 1st Ward irom asc lo comprising 120 lots by JOSHUA HATHAWAY to OTIS D for Although the i is thu business city of North Carolina A ent writes to the N Y Herald in early June Business Is dull provisions scarce und higher at retail than In York Money tighter than uu old soaker on an election day the will not permit all of those ing Influences to prevent them from and Is n great advance upon the cost A from Maryland iu icr yut it will undoubtedly net the buyer from Liberia an an emigrant sent out by tho can Colonization society of the uf tho colored farmers iu tlut Tbu uf even a limited education Is well Illustrated by tbe fact tbat one of the ricans who beon born and brought up Iu our country in worth aa a laborer twice or cren quadruple what a Is Under the of mi American plantation even the most stolid loara of the ruder forms enjoying something of life as it Hies Of modem Three days rain brought corn down 30 cents j nave In my employ four and be- on every bushel natives The Americans are worth moro than tho whole of the natives Americans i the natives cents per in vr have been much heavier limn nt first anticipated A gentleman writes the Madison Argus Tlie docks just now a very busy consequent upon the arrival ol sels loaded with flour wheat anil pork 1 think tbe produce and commission merchants have been disappointed in reference to thu amount of i in tin uine THE 1 its their mint In nil directions we hear ol of Newspaper to in the course of a few months This Is the opinion of real burglar entered tho house of Joseph Willhnrtz iu the 2nd Ward Monday night and stole in bank from Ms pan- Two other robberies were com- mitted on Monday night When some rogue will rob u lew of the mon we may expect a police force will be Not before The Oily of South Caroline OK THE we learn that the Fourth of July la to bu celebrated iu various places throughout this Stale Thu following arc the orators of tbe day in the following lion H S Dover Iowa Co Dr W II Quincy Adams Co Hou A C S M Booth Albany Green Co E tt Luke Hon Senator Fond du Lac Edw S La Crosse TUOMAS B TOO The tiny the late Know-Nothing meeting In New York the contained what ported to be a report ol a speech delivered on Most persons as yet have farmed upon u very small wale for thu that there bus not been any number of enterprising farmers to Introduce the modern Improvements in the country We bare uo working oxen yet In Liberia and but few horses though I am Informed there urn plenty of them iu or You must that It uot sary to plough tho ground us iu thu States Un- der our present arrangements when the ground is ready as already described rice and are hoed In and when ripe rice Is cut with a knife u blade at a time It is astonishing to sec how much a small boy can cut by this cess The Americans use the hoc according to tbe old Southern fashion when planting toes When u few more Northern farmers can be induced to come here they will introduce tbe modern improvement and teach 01 give us a tew IN of the the by Hon V 1 Stanton of Tlle Hevald of litb sec Mr Stanton has addressed tho Herald n mob to I All visit Charleston and become with its inhabitants speak of it as one of the most delightful ir the world but here is the impression of one merely sees the city without being much with the inhabitants It hi from a correspondent ot the Madison Charleston is situated at the junction of Cooper and Athly Rivers which is nearly right angles into Charleston Bay Tbe grade Is laid about ten feet above ordinary high tide and twenty above the lowest and so nearly level that the water Is very slowly ed Less inconvenience is felt on this count than might be expected because of the subsoil being loose sand the water soon es out The streets of the city were we think very Improperly laid out from twenty to forty feet wide and as the houses in most of the business portion arc built up to the line the n are larger than their receipts Thu ed ot the Advocate who prints a thrifty looking for its aM to honi lie illy Perhaps some of our people never we paid out over our lo keep tbo from sinking Vet are facts Xo WM: niK SMV XIo NM it in the extreme 1 mcn of the manner in which they are wo Hie Boston In alluding lo the resolution Ol majority ul the Council fur the u our astonishment ami we our for in which he nays I was uot iu New York at the lime of that meeting and i wholly the ol the speech attributed to me Moreover I am uot now and I never havo been it member of the Know-Nothing or American have I uver participated in auy ol their secret or open private ol ON BULI Jtmf brown English Bulls Iu New York bet that the Asia would bring that the Allies were in possession of tbe town of Thu American Bears bet that she would uot and have won The game is renewed before the ar- rival ol each steamer the pocketing the thus fur LINO each sales ol lauds at the U S have been committed the person of air in hot weather is very oppressive Au at- tempt bos been mode to relieve this by planting trees in the very narrow portion designed for sidewalk In the narrow Ham J He WM at work ou his claim present feeble King street which lies nearly parallel to Cooper nn tint H tl In- uf IU Hill I 41 Office in this village for the mouth of May amounted to over MO 000 The sales made tn small quantities und almost en- tirely for farming purposes The sales for the Hrst eight days of the present month exceeded Star fugitive at onus us that on the Kansas KUei at Ibe mouth uf the Blue when without auy apparent cause or tion he was sut upon by a mob of fifteen or twenty from the Manhattan Town Com- pany a from Cincinnati armed wilh guns pistols und clubs and threatened with drowning in the river If he did not leave at once Afterwards as thu goes he was taken ou board ol a steamboat belonging to the company und subjected toother indignities S President of the Company is the ol the District Tho Herald says they are all rank believes that Mr Osborn was away be er and except Meeting street is the longest street in the city is nearly two miles in length and is the local business street where all the trades are congregated as for as the ings will admit In its neighbor Meeting street are located tho wholesale buildings of ton where the southern merchants gathering at the Carolina and Mills hotels making their annual purchases lor trade and near which the goods arc entered from the shipping on the Cooper river side This is one ot the few streets which boa been from its original narrow limits of forty to fifty feet and in many portions beautiful avenues of China and native Sycamore trees line ita and many aa open space in front and adjoining tbe residence of the rich and TUB CANAL ITS canal is doing well On Tuesday the water was raised to Hi feet the remain firm There is yet some frost but in one place only and that as effectually prevents the water from rapidly aud to a full head without endangering thu work tui much as If the water overflowed the whole extent of the banks to the same depth consequently the water rises very slow and the banks arc tested Inch by inch But the story is very nearly told and we ly tbat before the next isme of our per the canal will be in use and prove the whole work to be of the most substantial acter The Journal contains the rules and tions for the management and passage of ves sela through the canal They arc in twenty-seven sections we reproduce three o them Every vessel navigating tho canal or lying lost cither of the eame in the night shall ex bibit the lights which nre required by the ac under a penalt of Con of hundred dollars No vessel shall be propelled through the canal at a greater speed than four miles pe hour under a penalty of fifty The canal and locks will not be opened fo public use on the Sabbath except for tha sage of vessels of the United States engane in the public service or In tbe ot property or troops of the United States WHERE THE CHEAPEST LANDS CAM BK From what we learn of rates at which lands held and being sold in various sections of Gran County we do not hesitate In saying that farms Improved and unimproved can be bad in the towns of Clifton and Lima than anywhere else in the County nt this time There are lands just as cheap tn other towns i the county but wa mean the average rate lower in the towns named The quality of timber water lay of surface markets Sc just as good nice and aa convenient aa In an other port of the country We were referred lost week while passing by those towns to land held at SO to 00 per acre which if ted in other places would be held at 00 t There ia a large amount of cheap lands in th town of Liberty located next eatt of Lancaste which might he turned to good account fo stocks we know of no lands better adapted fo sheep The bold bluffs naked and grassy wit springs for eyes popping out in profusion am the foot of each resting a broad superior to high tablo lands for stock The will not soon be Inclosed Ior settlement and cu and will long be as cause he was a zealous supporter of slavery the public buildings charm the eye of the au excitement wab caused Burlington on Saturday by tbe arrest of a e the Iwo legged Irom 1 the man named Dick alleged to be who volunteered lo be with I uVe slim lie was brought before tho U S childish eagerness ior collars i who the case till tlie hands that were smiting them ami i to the defendant time to prepare loi ol bis defence Meanwhile he is committed to of Iho Now York editors f r i Uo hiu found in his ert the following phenomena during n bed of clay ol superior quality suitable In- late tor making any of atone and R ul From after tbe 20th Monday lust trains leave the Depot House iu Chicago at follows A Detroit Mull: ti Express A M Day Express 4 P M Afternoon 1 M Night France iu good society well nude is a woman wbo Is marked with small pox or who has but sparse and mutually repellent hairs or an Immense In word a well wo Ib one who ia as ugly as uln plenty that which gives nourishment vivl anil joy to learns that nil prisoners Friday evening from the Portage City Jail or N population to Increase since 787 which we never noticed little or uo cleansing and has every ance when dug of having gone through a OOM ol purification The clew b situated about three from the Tillage of Wautoma Co Wo wish Mr Holier every In Point Pinery Chicago low sing traveller as well as the resident Here the Magnolia Grand a Flora towering into large trees shed the rich odor of their immense white blossoms while their leathery glistening leaves afford a gaudy retreat from the rays of the sun Long lines of Cape with their white blossoms aud strong spicy perfume contend for the passenger's admiration with roses of every hue the Oleander rearing Itself into a tree of no mean dimensions the bright doable Pomegranate and a thousand other flowering plants of every hue and fragrance The dart shades of the broad leaved fig and the hay In- vite you to repose beneath their boughs safe from the burning rays Bnt take care bow you sleep and when for the deadly malaria holds his court near this spot and the yel tom House a way of business that earthly entirely original to them For instance a hto dark wings over this sel clean from Chicago to come here to load for Buffalo the Chicago Collector giro a clear once for Buffalo and the cargo IB entered at Buffalo as coming from Chicago Hon DoLoc wife and ter arrived ID this city yesterday afternoon and have taken rooms at Walker Honse As t recent ing of the Second Ward liquor dealers in New York on Wednesday it was stated that the dealers the city were fully de- ays the President has finally determined to for loon of bank to tWr OB at WM and b ert without and unbiassed expression ol the opinions of the Democratic parly in Urn an blage of packed delegates representing packed of wire pullers action will then command the respect that IK due to the tion ol a great nnd powerful party by Its con- representatives Let the Democracy of State thn nor office nor thi instruments of and ambition or personal htto IU voice will IM heeded nnd lie clarion will be thn watchword of victory the Tbe State Convention will hi held at Madison on lie of Thus tho note of preparation for the coining iu the Slate and now it becomes for democracy to look tor their best men We do nol now propose to name nuy imin ol ol men for whom we would have a preference If Governor bo BO will give him our warm and cordial support The cry of corruption which has been against him nnd the present State tion by the Shanghai party of file Bute nnd by a portion of Hie Democratic party we believe to be Rat if another should be selected by the Convention we pone to give liim our hourly support and thus contribute our mite lo the triumph of We have strength In the dwtded that UK liable to tbt for Uu market of the the CUM WM then up to the general term of the court where tt wu elaborately argued for dim befort the full bench Hmn ud Lord for Ibe contended that the com- were liable wu general agent when be the stock art wan acting In tht of authority and the of employ In reply Mown and Wood that Schuyler then agent only when acting In reference to and tu connection with a transfer by an owner nf stock of Home tlin in an ordinary count of in The of decision is embodied in the following That In Inning tic Icr acting within I to of Mr transfer agent and the of It won the act at lie Corporation That by to him that de- ol the company represented official nets to UP entitled to credit and be- came for his fidelity tn that ment That nny person whom of stock are offered lor Rule through them by the company that the are an I hoy I horn o be and M much to the of that In to tbe ol third that the dee In worthy ol credit a In good faith for value of such a certificate it entitled to er bin of the company If they to permit ol a transfer of the or to the part of bin advance and thai he be charged witli negligent or with a want of dua caution lor having ol tbe proper without farther Inquiry when then wan nothing in It wan to him or relating to the Ing it or to the amount of etock to ly calculated to of a pntdent and man that tbu of ny had departed from bin duly In or that holder had been guilty of any Improper practice In obtaining IT Wilson Commissioner of T power Is In the hands of the al Land Office Shannon of Ohio j rocT j energise not In is now here will be tendered tho neut Mr McClelland Secretary of ibc of the parly In or told a friend that if Wilson was removed e would send in his to ent Charles lint been days in the interior of Kentucky and j extending his journey to the Mammoth ive THE M C R R tand that Iho cut-off piece of road from Michigan Central R R at Michigan City which goes off southwest from the bead of the Lake iaa been completed It will undoubtedly toko ome business away from Chicago as the Si Loula and southern heretofore hrough thai city THE POPULATION OF of Massachusetts been completed by order of tho city authorities The remit him not been published but the tells us that the aggregate population will probably not much exceed If it reaches This a hy no means as large as has beau expected and shows a very inconsiderable increase over he census of 1830 was OPPOSITION TO TIIK liquor dealers in Buffalo lately held a meeting at which they denounced tho Maine Law js un- constitutional and resolved to oppose it tooth and nail by law ST United States Steamer Michigan left Detroit on Friday for the St Clair Flats with a dredge and lighters to be used In deepening and widening the channel A K Gard ler of N York in a letter to the Newark Daily Give us a good by the present incumbent ot any other democrat the tion may sold and we will he ready to enter tile contribute to itn Farman At in meeting of the Club held at the tV village of Whitewater on the 23rd at 2 o'clock r N the In the II J Starin offered an the Constitution uf the Club changing the name to and Club which wan adopted By this amendment the third section of the is changed to all of Stock Farm and Mechanical On motion the Club proceeded tn elect of- by ballot with the following result E RiT rice Joshim Sim tat K Fi H T Starin Thayci N K M Riec Cheney ami H J Starin were appointed a Committee to obtain for the Club willi fo report lit the meeting On motion the then to meet on the tiret Saturday in Au next nt the Whitewater 1 o'clock p M to transact such an may come be- fore them H Sc Whitewater func 2M A 111 MAN IS A -A Irt ter from Constantinople of 7th of May In confirmation of a telegraph which we published jome lime Tlie account of the murder of tbe o ser says in regard to this disease which lias Khiva is created considerable sensation In New York received that tt is not a new though disease I Khan Russian is nou officially Tlie d at Sublime Porte In to the In this country and it is well known not to be of a contagions character No alarm therefore be felt by people wishing in visit Now York STOPPAGE OF D of the Drra of Page Bacon Co applied to the master General for the stoppage ol all letters addressed to the agents of the firm in the At- and Western written from Francisco and requested thut the should be de- livered to him Tbe matter was referred to the Attorney General who decided 1 The writer of n letter has no mich general property In it as to entitle him in every to reclaim tt while m Z Exceptional cases may exist of right to re- claim a letter In the analogy of the canes of stoppage in by the law merchant marched at the head of thirty thousand men In to Persia notifying a decla ration of war He defeated the mil ilia at and took hundred whom he beheaded He then laid siege to Meroe and from thence with one horsemen pushed on to He there on the Kith of March and pitched ten on the hill overlooking the town His follow d in the plain below Oil the he was by his two sons and brother Ol the night of the 18th a party of CG Turkomans under the command of a brave chief unmet Khan surprised royal parl in their tents on the hill murdered them IB coli oft their beads and fighting their wa through the troops below fled to anl from thence proceeded In Teheran the deposited the beads at the Shah's feel On Ib immediate of the above sen and Turkoman tribes horsemen attacked the Ax that within a week UM been excitement In County consequent upon an which an In- the present year three negroes Uwn run from Co evidence WM obtained tbat a Mr had agency in Ibe ati transaction Accordingly a warrant wot stued by a magistrate of for the arrest ol The by our or five gentlemen went Held where ie ond arrested him then to but after pi exhort Ibe prisoner broke away He outran he officer and bin and ag his prize about to fired a hit nig him In his back Hu till ng with pain bui just the party ante up he arose and fled towards the Coming to a high cliff he fell sewn then ten and over -i lecl high making Hie till ol forty-seven fcrt seemed endowed with more nl vigor anil riding iulo the Ken Lucky River Nothing bat town beard or teen of him since and were being made to drag tho riv r it won ic wins drowned Whatever Iwen the guilt of fellow he merited by of lis exhibition of a more U S Suip hits and ke describing the new U S Ship to an he looked np at her y What IB Mid old looking up from a ol Dudley Almanac She had not caught all the remark She and and said with a faoo had a whole moral code ten upon II do you know -I saw em bo and put my band on Well raid you not lot nw hemr a thing from yon without a In one ao and I ready lo believe In moral turpentine of lonely Ike who was on bis and rocking to anil fro It the new I mr miking at the tako she had Oh I mid all well tho may be laid away In your muni till you need it The nld Udy took a pinch of with her upon of the upon tho wall but ne young and I In all of tht She looked tow ard Ike who was making row of In the side ol n of gingerbread lor the oven Pmt Tbe New York Herald says there Is a general complaint among all who depend for support on the money freely by our floating population there no going on this year The hotels here bud no spring Incw and they In tht dull months no balance to All back There no one at Saratoga Lake George or nny of the other fashionable ing places The railroad liner mid carry but few considering I of tho yoi This stute of things in for by tho act that we have htd or no hot weather an yet but the chief cause the hard of last winter Mr ber we In pecuniary no hive few bills and we must make HOOK arrangements to them before we can throw our money on ery We an- economical We laying back lor a spring We are waiting for new crops will nnd which will set UK on our pins firmly again In spile ol the war In Europe and the in party of negroes some In ber disappeared from Norfolk on Saturday morning Isst and as soon aa the facl became known efforts wore mado to charter a steamer to go in pursuit of tbe northern to have taken thorn on board No er could be obtained however toon as possible some half doxen mil armed and equipped to Hampton where 3 All such cases are exceptional each do wounded in the hands of th pending on its own special merits and there Is A grand public exhibition of upwards of no authority In law for tbe issue of the order KhUan was to take place at Teheran on asked In this cos of the Postmaster General IN TIIK DAT any clear afternoon the planet Venus may be scon with the naked eye iu broad daylight It is about 45 degrees coat of the sun It is not yet even at he brightest but will rn for two months to come LIVK OAK New York Herald of Sunday says LAW was entertained on Saturday at the Metropolitan Hotel by a party of his personal and political friends The Hon E B Bartlett of Kentucky President of the grand National Know-Nothing Council termined to resist the Maine Law at all hazards by every legal meant in their The ciety have engaged tbe most eminent counsel and ore ready and prepared to expend any of money if need he to the sum of or Co IN Charleston S Mercury of the 19th In an article on this subject has the We have received from a high and perfectly reliable source intelligence ol the most ting character from the of Cuba The pacific turn which the relations between Spain and the United States have recently token has thrown complete gloom over the projects and hopes of the Creoles Despairing of receiving aid from tbe United States government and their friends here being prevented by the laws from going to their they havu It seems resolved upon a ate leap for freedom They have determined to revive tbe original idea of Lord of throwing themselves Into the arms of land which wan not agreed to at the time be- cause of the condition of the abolition of very The new Club of Independence now sen tto admit emancipation In order to obtain Iron England a guarantee of dence and they lave referred the subject not only to Lord Palmerston but to the abolition societies of England and Franco From the recent rapid and increasing enlistment of tbe blacks numbering now six thousand men and from other the Cabana ore ed that the of Spain li to Africanize the Island and they are willing to anticipate her In the design If by ft they can secure tbe protection of England and deliverance from Spanish oppression The of roch a scheme cannot fall to excite attention In all quartern of the country Pennsylvania tbe friends Oak were present Nxw Finn Port neighbors have raised 1000 for a new fire en- gine Our advice Is for them to come and buy the machine of No I in this city It is an ex- machine but not of sufficient capacity for so large a company and the amount of work required of It It can be H c for about tbe sum they have raised WOMAN'S Pauline W flavin and Mrs Lucy Stone Black well officially i that tbe next woman's right tion will be held In Cincinnati on the and 18th days of October next A convention will be held at Saratoga Springs on tbe and 17th of next to woman's right have gleaned the ing Items in regard to the population of towns Indifferent parts of the State They show ai Increase of 50 percent upon the United Stattn Census of 2000 2311 1201 446 2081 county county Ottawa Lancaster Grant co Lafayette eo routed leaving 1 killed as ninny the I1 1 lot for towd chartered for the A very determined and effort will to overtake and brine back tie and thorn who carried them nft The and search will lw vigorously kepi up for two or throe If along far ao New Bedford A number of Ac as well as a good ply of provisions were uken by the puny If the with the on board be found and mode there he hot work two other one of whom belonged to March who hu to tbe determined if to him and bring June 18 A THK MATOH or bos procured a number of red mid gray from Vermont and M then low upon the on Common THK wen noU at tho annexed In Lexington In early June the nU but Irom to tho European Iho Prime Khan it On the 10th of April a grand took In honor ol Iho ory and on the the woro AT A Drugging a Bride fro n her Tuesday ning a wedding took place at a In Third near The happy couple were both and a party of their countrymen and women d to witness the ceremonial H seems Hint Iho ol the groum Hans by nume ed to the he did not ad- mire the bride or whether because lie did ad- mire tbe fair and wanted her for self not transpired At all just u tho company was draining bumpers of Ubina wine and lajier beer to the health of the married couple the excited awl indignant liana burst like u meteor of n Into Ibe a- his and he FI the trembling strove to drag her Irom the of her husband Great was the consternation which reunited from Ihfe and violent and a score Turners cd lo the rescue U wan pull Turner anil pull Ham for a lime and finally the latter In com- for the disparity of drew a which levelled at the Tlie In- truder was before his weapon was ded nnd to the whore be had time to cool lie subsequently hold to keep the Henry Fuller of the town of was severely Injured by premature discharge ol a blast while be wu IR tbe act of nutting ia I he charge Tho front part of bis head wan dreadfully cut and and tbe muscles of the were rendered in such a tbat be cannot we without the lids by the band otherwise he WM not It WM a very fortunate escape from death that there were two In the well at tbi time Bennett who wu In the well Mr f caped without Mr Fuller will nearer from In a few week with eon use of cold Co One negro man 05 viao One do girl 12 do One do girl 14 do 400 One do man 21 do One do man 24 dn One do man 32 do n months One do girl do 4 M The papers state Uwt Ibe slave ket begini to be very prices of the pact few nave pat up breeding apparatus In Virginia and under highest That demand U now more than new toll Kansas io the of a market PONT Tbt New Yort Tribune of the 231 sayi ftm write from the agement of poot tit Our own froa lettera during tbe port year to KOM KMT track tu boi Jart Mt Car Footer r for M M f will for M won H point
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