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Weekly Wisconsin (Newspaper) - July 11, 1855, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wisconsin AT TUK OF TIIK DAILY KM I IIs AMI t- BY K I till K I'll r Proprietor ft Dully Weekly Wisconsin VOL IX MILWAUKEE WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1855 NO 8 u lu rs I'll Ti tlu n I II the will f of July The national never been moru celebrated in Wisconsin than U will be io Almost every town of any made In our own oily although the arrangements have been put oil till hour we will have a good We understand that all Ihu mi- Companies lho Department and City are to join in nie- It is peculiarly that the day should be celebrated by tin young sisters ol great ol for the blowings which en- joy Ih patriotism of are all pi ice or computation In another we given a history uf the great oi K in its various gei in Congress of 1770 U will bu found interesting anil instructive rir LOLIS II It ilay will IH opened lo SI Louis the Perhaps in the tory ol that flourishing eily ever looked for witli more interest than lis great tages lire thai il A new and shorter nue lo und Atlantic cities Al pre- sent if u merchant or traveller from fit Louis is tn New Votk he is obliged lo go via Chicago about liOU miles out of his way Or if to Cincinnati lie In Chicago miles and then Irom his destination at Imine But by new roule tie as SI LOUIS TO I Si to It M It K I 147 unit's icU K K ill T V I B ill i in Ilu il will rj run will St at 6 o'clock in the ning and reach Cincinnati nt I M the mine day sr TO NKW To to l Foreign Intelligence AT riih COURT m- London of lune Hon Millard lale of the and suite huve in town anil ken at Hotel HI street The Hon Van Huron and nel Vuu Buren arrived Long's Hotel New Bond street from the United The following presentations to Queen Victo- ria took place at bcr Majesty's drawing room June Connies of Abbot Lawrence Jiy the Stales son of the lalo Minister to this court and K Davles Private to the Hon In circle were at the same time Mr Buchanan United States Minister Colonel Lawrence to the Legation the lion Millard iate President of United Stales Her Majesty's dinner party in thu In- cluded lior Royal Highness the of and their the or anil the Adelaide of lohe the Lord Chancellor and Lady Among these monasteries were Report u by and 45 Ill the orders still preserved remain monks and According to economy of the law monks and nuns who be- THURSDAY BVENINtf JULY 5 u Hunk u i lur mi AM ui the ui State Hok JUDD The Wisconsin of last as a ot AV ni in allowing R candidate lor Governor on the democratic n entitle An ui to long to the order suppressed will continue to tke on tin or next fall Dr Judd has ability leave each In common and of them dii riug life will receive a pension net ol From Rome we learn thai on the evening of thc 12th ult au attempt was made to i sinate Cardinal Antonelli Thc attempt failed and the assassin was INY The Iwo chief Government ol Germany uru endeavoring lo arrive at au understanding on which a common line of action may bo It is said that the Austrian army will be reduced to men Considerable drafts bave already boon made from the corps of Copenhagen Thursday June tions for the legislative popular chamber took place Copenhagen has returned Its members and ca has elected M thc of Marine M Hall the of Worship said in his election speech lhal a constitution Monitor In 1856 lion ul tut on Unit i und to tun Viscount aud Anna for the entire monarchy just In its principles Maria the Baroness dc Lord Sir and Lady Arabelle ing Major General Wylde Colonel Lake al and Mr Van Buren Ex- President of the United States The drees worn by Mrs Lawrence Junior was noticed It consisted of a train ol rich pink gluce rimed with of pink and bite tulle tied together with of d of Brussels lacu over a while glaoe a double skirt of white ullo over which there was an er skirt of magnificent laue looped vith chatelaines of mixed Head dress lappets feathers and jewels Thu of June The Queen held a court At three o'clock this 187 OKI I'M llu ilu ilu Mil 1 Wp can the foregoing wilh the ent main route of travel from St Louis to the as follows ST 1.01 in -I to 111 Chungo to 112 ti Kri In 47 ti V Ynik 461 and In details will boon be ed A despatch from Madrid dated Uth uLI says the Corlus rejected ii proposition tending to censure the Minister The of nuance declared to-day to Cortes that be would only hav us a lust resourc left Palis mi the nil and the mail which loft Madrid on the 10th ult ere burned by Insurgents In Castile nly have recourse to a forced loan resource The French mail which from UMJ line Troin Over J atv not Notes BunU i HUte lit uil with r than Tor mill 54 ou o iiH c Beal nail rebuilding old office BilU of 11111 Inim COO 00 87 B2 00 IT Capital 1 uuk Noted nora Comptroller mill notion Bank in circulation Put of the Stule on t H to a respectable Governor but the use ot his name at this time catch that will It is probably the old drop game over The Patriot knows the above assertion that we have nominated fur or to be false at least if thu editor has read the As to the reasons given they are ridiculous If Governor Barstow consents to be a candidate he will undoubtedly be for reflection and if nominated will bo elected Wo do not fear any more extensive bolt than there was at the election two yean ago The post office clique do him no ter service than to repeat their old opposition As to Mr we assert without Tear ol contradiction that he has made one of the best and most popular State ever elected in the State of Wisconsin The People will think twice before they sacrifice the man who carried them safely through thu greatest financial crisis the country has experienced sines 1836 Ha 1 lu has just given his opinion E It tallowing for July of city a buhl The t an I l 1 A telegraphic despatch from Saragossa of I j thu 8th mat announces that thu rest of thu In- surgent cavalry of that city bad been routed and that the chief and nine uf the baud hod been arrested Tcu officers of the band of a at palace The Hon I eia in Arragon had madu their submission Fillmore late President of the United and almost all thc armed peasants who had was to her Majesty at an cfl him had home by the Earl of Clarendon Ino Queen's Rollers of May Md lion that thc Russian General with a suite had arrived nt Tabriz to no- to thu Shah the accession of exander 1 and to persuade tho to keep Jiy this route and the Joliet Cut-off which In going to and Detroit saves hours our Chicago friends will lose a large ttn vel which passes through Chicago en rout to from lower Mississippi cities and towns Chicago bob undertaken to whistle those Ingot down the wind but they would nol dow al her arc serious drawback upon her business A learn from the apolis that a locomotive descending inclined plane at Madison Indiana on Monday last owing tc lho wet track got beyond control oi the and went down plain wilh fearful velocity When within u hundred yards of a freight train which wan standing on the track lho engineer Samuel Idler and the man Thomas took u desperate leap for life from thc Hying engine Mr Idlor ed against a and instantly killed Mr struck the ground aud ex- Mr K J n clurk of tho Com- pany who was also on engine clung to it and by tbe collision with the shockingly though yet living OF MAX ot Albany died on morning ol the inst Mr was one of the of Evening Journal from 1831 to 1842 since which lime hu has lived u quiet and retired life in the of a competency TIIK French papers arc milking mysterious bulletins of the ic o Mrs Lewis is going lo a baby 1 So is Mrs Bridget who IIM already seventeen and she makes uo fins ut al about it Even this passing may make her modesty blush when she reads it was accompanied by tol T B Attache to the United Slates iun at thu Court of Great Britain Her Majesty had u dinner parly iu tne ng The company included her Royal the uf Kent her Serene Highness hu of the American er Mr Buchanan and Miss the Marquis md of Stafford the Earl and cils of Clarendon the Earl of Ellenborough Anna Maria Dawson Baroness do Viscount and Viscountess the lion Millard Sir George Couper and Sir James Hudson Krom tho Court Journal Jimp ID The presence ot an of the United States at our court is an event which deserves a pasting note Mr looks even a rounger man than Mr Buchanan the American Minister his la not so white nor is there any appearance of baldness He seems rently is smaller in statue than the Minister but with as handsome and Intellectual a countenance It is amusing lo see the which the former chief of this powerful government is treated by the of one of his successors The republican principle In this matter is no fiction and the ex-President has really and actually become nothing more than au American citizen Mr with much und with groat Ch on wilti i ir nt and LO-.S imil r un Billot On Iron banks it office 00 CO FOURTH Of JULY Never has this day been so ately observed in cily us it was yesterday Everything in connection with the celebration uos in the best possible order ami Irom the short notice upon which It was got up we were much surprised io see such a grand Tho day was as lovely as could be desired cool and Tho procession on Market Square in accordance with the gramme md in absence of his lion Mayor who was announced as President of the Day acted in that capacity The consisting of GEN and Gas acting Artillery CAIT goons BAST Milwaukee CAIT and City Guards CAIT turned out in full force and made a very creditable appearance The lire department members ot and societies in the City City und ty officers were also on hand aud added greatly to tho Interest ot the occasion After Marching through several of the principal streets the pro cession again brought back to thu square whore the Declaration of Independence wu read by II W by Diet in the English language and deckles iii substance lhat the island had ceased i aud Dr in the German Mr i Blink mil not The overland Indian mail is I ufl in steady to his neutral policy INDIA CHINA Calcutta 4th Madras Bombay ol I May Trade was much depressed Exchange un at Calcutta Money market tight w ol Our Liverpool correspondent A anticipatory of the overland mail mentions that thc Imperialists In China have gained some trifling advantage over the gents In There has been a great change in the wheat crop during tho last three weeks The heavy rains have exterminated the fly and it has como on with renewed vigor and strength On the on Portage and iy there would not appearances have changed and now there is a promise of a great yield Some complaint reaches us of the vil hut as yut there is no curious apprehensions Milt tiU to be held for military purposes that tho entry of thc company was fully authorized by the act of Congress grunting right of way through public lands and that the Suite by virtue of tbc right of eminent domain possessed the of granting to corporations the right conferred by the Legislature of the State upon the Bock Island Bridge Company und the and Rock Island Railroad Company We have already stated tho ground upon which it was decided that thc bridge was nut tu bo con- a- au obstruction lo the navigation of that had become highways in something Ibu sumo as en be suffered lo become oo manent obstruction to thc other but each must yield something to the other according to the demands of public anil the of ot rls Prairie where apparently the bo half a crop we learn appe 53 of Mil tha report of HIM new Bank 0 D unl 1 -S but loo lo be iii full RIM Oii from Directors Slucki nt pur of Hue from Aggregate 87 00 72 DANK leara from the Madison Journal of the M inst that has retired from the Presidency of the Dane County Bank N B VAN late Cashier succeeding him TIMOTHY BBOWN for- merly Cashier of the Bank of Salina N Y takes the place of Mr Van Slyke Loss of TUB it not been for timely Assistance most of thoso who Mr We fell very Fred and indeed no m m were convinced the city limits couM contain us and I believe every woman who In not a Han avert her independence day In the I concluded to Orator of the thus cousin Fred was advised to go 10 Accordingly on the M at 4 o'clock Inking a capacious containing the varieties of life a cine lor support and an sive Tor protection against the upward of Fahrenheit we proceeded lo Ukc the can for the Capital The day was and Ike Railway running through most beautiful country gave a fine opportunity for beholding the State in glorious sunnier mantle Prairie hill The fur Barton knifed at night atf malt J penny dull dunty for the week tie speculative demand More Limited barium at previous rales Wheat market Limited at ntc Corn declined 1A very favorable for agricultural pur Money mowy quoted at OOJ Allies attacked Tower and eed with wu ed July 6th i Co WM totally by RK U WM one of III Uw city York July 5 The Hermann 3 o'clock She hw nd the Jon twin dill and lake or every moment met our oration was in gooiT logic and very creditable to him Of Dr wu could nut judge not being able lo German but those who did speak of it as a most finished oration admirable In its conception and impressively delivered Salutes were fired bands of music played i aud glees were sung and every body had K good lime After the procession and exercises of the Major Gen GIUNT hie the officers of the military companies and invited down lo ft dinner at and speeches were sung mid the beet possible feeling prevailed After dinner the public gardens were visited where line music from the different bauds of our city enlivened banks oi gay Howen put ui and the winged grahi fields into the thickets It h to the vivid bright net ol the leaves as the their surfaces ai light from mirror ud every Intermediate shade from black green to ish white could bo taken IB at a glance Cousin Fred and myself talked online so bewitching lo those who live in and buttle of a not until we bad exhausted tlic subject for that out of the lower Con There well report in that a great battle had la tbf in the with kw tw In lot It won ibw it Uwt tW WM under MM of an at The reached Halifax P M July 4 Tbe steamer nailed at day wilh 201 for Liverpool ami Ii lor Halifax and In specie July 4 The Know held a meeting lail night the balance of the day In fact whole thing j on lo the was pul through on broad no- gorgeous grow paler and tiling lo mar festivities of orange into purple aud t but until clowd our lips and and Ue of Philadelphia CM we turned to see who were our companions on took a tour to see thu Fourth of July and Hon Humphrey neat was occupied with quite as Prest Barllett Gen full of national enthusiasm M ourselves WM a parly of young men who thc themselves by their fun ami i the quantity they ate When 1 one helped himself lo a piece of pic at every station 1 wish to be understood lhat the piece did not embrace a tho whole periphery But tho to UK on the way consideration at with grcu lion by tho Ministers At thc brilliant blies of Viscountess and thc tes of Clarendon there Is no doubt the deut will be thc personage of tbe day When presented to Her Majesty Mr wore a plain full dress suit An manifesto dated St Petersburg thc of tbat in case of the de- of tbe present Emperor thc Grand Duke Constantino shall be tbe during the mi- of the Crown The Regency is to continue during tho minority of thu second ton the eldest die Thc Empress is to lie guardian noted in circulation Due to WHAT Bright in oue of his late speeches on the war thus forcibly sc forth thu effect ot heavy taxation on the life and happiness of the I ask honorable to consider what j it is that taxes moan What Is it but tho ing aud furniture of many u poor iu cashire or Yorkshire medical attendance to many a sick wife school pence of three or four little children hopeless toil to tho father of Ibu family penury through hie life u cheerless old age if I may quote the the poet of humble life last of all thc little bell tolled hastily fur the That u what taxes mean Thu honorable member of Dorsetshire spoku in a 00 00 12 as ox is following luble the of n ol an by i recent em AilT 11 that i y of of us on the bench some L if w rii Ph I ago Let me tell him that the laborers f w ri 1 h age oi are to serve and even the only ami lho of be permitted to treat the question on this ground and lady ai rived ut Cape Inland Friday aud took at Congress Hal 1 young men accused of iu political assassinations In 18 lieen al Fimo undergoing an of six year A letter in the Beige says that no convincing proofs of their guilt were ing and that flic execution caused general ror amongst Iho population Numerous sons retired into the country lor day Mn AMI The ton Tost C U Greene naval officer uf port of Boston proprietor saya Tho ul Democratic Convention will nominate lin for aud thc people will ratify the nomination was as a return for the rumor Ivom of tho Russians wore killed outright by the and tbc number of wounded is therefore not worth speaking by losses at Kertsch and have not failed lo make a most painful Impression hero and to oast a gloom over every countenance Tbc hitherto attempts of tho allies to reduce pul had created a general belief that that for- tress was perfectly Impregnable So It may be in the way in which the siege was hitherto con- ducted but tho evident change lu the tactics of the but the first successes so remarkable have gone far to dissipate thc sion which prevailed here of thc invincibility of thc Russian arms and give way to the un- pleasant uf and uncertainty Ou tho other hand the appearance of thc tile fleets oft Cronstadt appears to cause no alarm as thc general is that should tho ships attempt an attack they would only run Into the face of complete destruction und experience most signal defeat for the of thu defences the courage of the garrison admit of no doubt The peaceable and conquest of the territory to thc North of tbe river territory equal in size tu the whole of now officially confirmed by tho correspondent of the Bee aud is considered as an event of great tance for the future for though at the present moment there exists one solitary Winter there arc two most excellent harbors capable in tbe Block Sea wilh reference to Turkey as U will give Russia the command of Sea of Japan and open tho door ot the spirit ot the Muscovites to pick a rel with and finally subjugate tbe empire of Japan and possibly China It cannot bo denied tbat thc policy of Russia may emphatically be called a policy of the ture Though the has both her eyes attentively turned toward Europe and watches narrowly thc marching of events in every country and nothing escapes the observation of her well paid diplomatic she turns with a glance to tbe East as a fruitful field for And recollect that that strikes down Hie in Mr cottage attacks utv the in the palace If you darken thc and destroy thc hopes of the tion lu lho bumble dwellings of the country you also darken the hopes and the prospects of tho offspring of our Queen In whom are bound up so much ot the Interest and so many of hopes of tho people of this country Rye Seed GO SO 00 09 48 caped must have perished in the flames or have m fl WBO UroM in Ilin clem Hot He leaves a wife who was with him at thc time and four children to his loss He Ba a swill dividend of ti pur managers ai centum Imports and at Ft for June ton Sundries boxes 4 02 bush 183 Beer K bbh 10 TO 2b Wood cordi 139 wm J lep Collector prom ly nt From hU at the liera the following been drowned in thc river The list of killed und missing wounded and saved as nearly as we COQ state it is as and missing 13 wounded und 20 saved un- hurt 33 from In- dependence speaks of a personal rencontre at Gov and Mr in which the former got the worst of the battle It does not appear which of the was concerned in affair M II TIIK S W K It have been at considerable pains to how matters stood iu relation to Railroad and are satisfied that thc work will be commenced immediately anil will bo agreement believe the I in good faith and although I they have been somewhat delayed will bo at work this month It is not singular that thc after being so deceived by schemes and reckless promises of looks Hall should be suspicious of all de- ays bul we repeat we have confidence that us road will be built and a few days will o thc mutter of tho good faith of the free Press There is no doubt about It at all Klour hbU y a Ml 262 88 Barley Benin Ceil 380 168 108 2M Id TUK Mamelon vert which has just been taken by the French is to thc east In front of the Malakhoff tower or more properly speaking of thu large battery It commands tho careening port thc military buildings belonging to it and the com- by which the garrison of pol Is constantly receiving reinforcements from the army outside Tho occupation of this olon moreover deprives thu tower of the support which it received on the eastern side and which considerably annoyed the French works mure schooner waukee from Buffalo brought yesterday two handsome locomotives for thc LaCrosse Milwaukee Railroad tor building the U S Post Office and Custom House ill this city has been awarded to Mr B Shinn who is now engaged in erecting a Light House on Like Superior anil the contract for the Government Building ut Chicago has been awarded to A Martin olso of this city TUK MAINE LAW IN Chief Thu capture of this position in which tho i of Maine lias decided in thc case of French have established themselves cannot fail lo have very immediate consequence on the fatu of thu great Malakhoff on In tho opinion of military men tho destiny of all the southern part of depends The the English hovi taken sion of and in which they have established is not very clearly Indicated on the maps of the place but in looking at the plans ID relief it will be seen that it is nearly on the tame line M the Mamelon vert The occupation of It will therefore permit the English to com- bine with the French in un attack ou the great the fall of which IH now con- as distant Washington to the effect that Greene was to succeed Buchanan at thu Court of St Jones The gamu stands anil it ic the President's next move Something extra must be done for Greene An worth not more than five or six a year will hardly compensate him for after this fashion Of course it would IIP overdoing the joke to send such u man to represent the Government in London but he might be promoted to tho of Dayton or something of lho kind TIIK Very general at- tention through the country in now drawn wards that strange unfortunate Mrs Robinson tho future employment of her military arms and diplomatic talent in extending and realizing the unrealized dream of the Bion of tho whole world i the posses Under these circumstances ana In tho ent critical slate ut affairs au event of no great importance in itself lhat has just here obtains a significance that makes it worth re- cording In tho annual report of thc St burg University just published find that death Journal aj vat while in every other department of the state thc greatest retrenchments aro being carried out anil and offices suppressed OF TUK Verdict of jury returned a verdict on sou sentenced by a police court to fine and im- prisonment for selling a glass of liquor that municipal Judges und Justices of the have no jurisdiction for punishing liquor sell cm which can only be done by am trial by jury ill the Supreme Court We arc informed by Dr Ward lhat the child of Mr lhat was bitten by a snake last week has recovered The remedy used was so simple and attainable by every mi that H ought to be generally known The band which was bitten and arm was enveloped in i poultice of moistened ashes and the child mad to freely of whiskey Journal man to Stater Prison for one year each In tho cases of and the jury could not agree They acquitted all others A correspondent of the Milwaukee tenements occupied by Jackcon frorr cellar to roof with a stock of groceries crock ery clothing boots and shoes and dry goods ncr denounces tho Archbishop of Cincinnati in valued at from to terms for warning tbe ir of goods of Mr Jackso were thrown from the windows left in th pastoral letter particularly windows tie vice of intemperance Ho declares lhat A portion of the the Roman clergy of the Union are ogling the temperance and signs self a voice from This might be termed the ruling passion strong in aud abolished a new professorship of tbc entel has created in addition to already In existence From the report In question we further learn that tho students of tho University amount to of whom pay their own now under of loath in Iho Troy stipends rom the church and departments uf the jail Strenuous efforts are being to cure from the Executive of New York a com- of the dreadful In speaking of Mrs Ihu Troy Why says We exprew the of three-fourths of our community when wo say tpM righteous as may been the verdict ot the jury this Mrs be not that womin not wirier for deliberate but Mrs K Is now for months has been state lu the army a great want of subaltern LAKK Chicago papers are agitating question of a line from that city to the Superior country und It a the legitimate Chicago it is gentlemen if you can got it but It is pre- that Milwaukee will not IK outdone in this bid for thc trade of the Superior country All right Milwaukee Go the HO Superior trade If yon free light think if any town can offer greater In- than Chicago it will have to get up pretty early We lite to sue Milwaukee grow und ami expand we like to see her take on aim aud stretch up bcr neck anil crow occasionally liku a genuine It that there is life nod activity spirit ol which it creditable to the Went Shu has done In connecting herself wilh the interior by bcr and henceforward we shall look with lo a greater rapidity of growth than she hu experienced the past few 2nd inft awl military surgeons in beginning to be bly fell Thc colleges are now little than schools of in all the boys arc sixteen years old All above lhat age have scut off lo the army and are distributed among the regiments where they have obtained commissions undergone the al examination required by the regulations of service Thc same may be suld with regard to tho schools of medicine und of which arc completely closed both professors and pils being sent off to the army while those that are still open arc deserted The want of army is so very great that iu mauy instances dentists accoucheurs and even riers and veterinary Burgeons have ed with the rank and pay of regular army tors toi service in the military hospitals at the scat ol war in the South ITALY The King of Sardinia intends visiting Parli London Hu has been advised by bis to undertake that lor the benefit ot his health Impaired by recent family tions Tbe regency of the kingdom will be con- NKW CITY OF worth City Kansas Territory having become the starting point of the Salt Lake traders is doing it thriving business Such is the quantity of passing through the place that in the space of one week was paid for on goods landed there At the lost dates a train of six hundred wagons with ment was about to start for the Salt Lake thc draught cattle of which train would number four thousand oxen besides several horses mules Several of thc Salt Lake trading firms have soul off twelve i million until had pul on her jacket and I buttoned it with At last we the uf xon and took rooms at Capital Houw Thc bells awoke lho morning and at nix we went upon the tel to hive a view of the town which bad not yet awakened from Its slumbers to our surprise we learned lit place not boast of a non but we must say we applaud the public spirit of lhat community which gas before a sixty-four pounder Oue needs Ibe peu of inspiration the tongue of a poet ami the heart of an angel to wits a brother of Garrett M Fitzgerald the loveliness of the settle which was out present County Treasurer ot Milwaukee before us scarce a disturbed tbe bosom Marm of alarm of lire last about o'clock was by learn that of Franklin Milwaukee county while returning lo his home after of was thrown from his wagon dislocating his neck and ing him almost instantly Tho accident red about three miles from this city and was occasioned by thc sudden shying ol his horses Mr Fitzgerald was a temperate and Ohio July 6 evening as a ol meii Turners and others parading Ihi u urono between of and a boy when an alarm ed by Turners lary rushed back and throwing al people In tbe streets and tbe riot general and the Turners being armed wilh ed firing about 12 idiots fired and onr young man was shot and in about 1 hour Many were badly injured by and but not fatally II in Thr lice have arrested 14 Turners Public opinion U decidedly against conduct of tin and wax no for conduct Halifax July H The Royal Mall Captain Long I M and will be due al at an early hour nv Friday A M She brings from Liverpool lo tbe ol days later than received Ike BallW Tbe news IK sonly but highly important The Allies had me I with a check before On Ibe of June thc Fronch and English respectively attacked the accidental explosion of lire works con- shop of Mr on East Water street It seems that n man had bought u man candle and of going into the street to light it as a sensible fellow would he lit it by the gas burner in store The stream of sparks that fell from it dropped upon a whole box of lire works of all and Mil ire to them For a few moments there a busy time among a large number of customers and clerks to gel out of the way ot a volley of crackers und snakes went off in every direction knocking the confectionery jars into atoms and several times setting fire to the building The loss of fire works was abont und to the shop and goods Two of Sugar Tho schooner mento arrived from Chicago yesterday with ar for That road m hmls and i also thc schooner w nil be surely built and tho Mississippi Rood for thc hud s able to do It if the people on the line give what they ought own In- crests Verses from a Log Song Cold nmy ilu for the Or n little But UN nud Am n for lo our and motlieis Likewise to too So clown with the loco Ami up with The party going into a campaign wilh such mottos at this day would come out second best Times aro not they used to be from an Man thu We been favored with a letter Grant written by himself at the ad- age Irom punctuation and spelling good He continues i building which is large airy and con- to pile up the evidence against Thomas I from basement lo attic It Is In tie Paine during thc latter ot his life Mr ready for luu of four Paine died at thc advanced age ol 72 standing his habits June 21 1855 Fred pointed out to me a group of Indian mounds and my thoughts wandered back lo j lime when foot of a European had never j the green turf or disturbed be pebbles on those Lake sides and I wondered what must have beet strange of the Aril living being who looked the glorious pan- before me And God saw that It was never yet home to me wilh so much Preceding breakfast we took a stroll in the Park which surrounds State and planted by the band of Nature could scarcely himself at the sight uf two wild pigeons feeding so near the haunts of we were were not allowed lo be at any wagon of year and in good truth It would be unfeeling to destroy con- they so unhesitatingly place In UK pigeon caters of Madison Having dispatched our we took a drive over to the Lake Side Water Cure oti the opposite side of Lake Menona fiom thc town upon a slight elevation and surrounded by grand old forest trees The Details could not be for the id of but in the private the were ng the mind ki MM loaf alow wan not including among ion nd of JO other Contradictory It In thought Ibr above an In tie British Mr Roebuck hail against A large French loan was ID Iw In tbc Liverpool cotton a id the lately nil with i very limited demand con- and In some one ng per pound The was to bales for UK trade In with exception of corn had lightly advanced and remained al almut raten on departure ot Ihp at about farmer The money market waa easier anil had in Mr the Chronicle Ki my name stands ou the same with that ot ALL Democratic press with great unanimity endorses the call of the State Central Committee The change n the basis of representation Is complained of liy some but totally without cause It is just aa fruitful of to one candidate as it to another and uo more It cannot bo con- as a scheme or triumph of either faction It was thc work of the State committee who were unanimous in their action and we do not think that committee or a majority of them can bu charged with entertaining any object but the success of the party We unite with the entire Democratic press so far as it has spoken on this subject In re- questing a full attendance upon the primary Let the convention be composed of delegates who represent the entire Democratic party not a faction or a clique within it All personal strifes nnd preferences should be lost m u deeper anil stranger desire for thc parly welfare and a party triumph Aud hero we may as well say that a few months ago wo thought there might be doubts whether under any circumstances a victory of Democracy could bo expected But within time things have changed And wo now that no doubt election by by a triumphant majority of the Democratic candidate If Gov Barstow is he will be elected If auy other chosen and able Democrat is nominated he con bo elected It is out of the power of opposition abroad or bolters at home to defeat the candidate of the Democratic State Convention An Impotent faction represented by three or four newspapers iu thc State it but they will be powerless for evil There is not un act of Gov Barstow in office which the Democracy of this Thomas I never mid hu drank thne gallons ol rum or brandy per week But T repeal to my knowledge he drank Iwo of brandy each week during last tno or three months of Ilis life But half has not been told and as there lives not a man under thc canopy of who heard felt and saw Puine in all his Dr Gross is a most courteous und able gentleman and is with the high reputation he already has lo Luke Side Water Cure not only the most ful but the most resort for sick ple Oh wouldn't il bo n nice lo go hunting walking nailing riding depend upon It I Khali he obliged lo mako a trial of regimen of Water Cure season 10 A few ago I bad occasion Ut occupy a garden It had been worn tiy continued rapping without manuring lill It would not half u of anything I had no ure to put upon U I could have lanyard manure that had leached I brough thc year till aalts and all of Hie gone but 1 thought II would not pay well Nor could I any belter tive and mysell I The water wilh which the establishment from Luko WIngra some distant This Lake has nu brook you who follow tho preaching and practice i Inlet but Is fed from living springs mechanics once I wan one ol of Paine and you are spending your strength M for days you labor and do all your work God tells you to rest ou the Plunge silz ami every other ou require rcsl to recruit weary frame kind of will be held In a line you require rcsl to recrut weary rame n o w e e n fciunem a ne Paine says the God of Truth is a you had library gymnasium wings in open air pretty thoroughly drenched Th damage to the stock and loss will bo from to insurance in various Com panics was which will ave Mr from serious R town State has not approved aud a wagons a like number of over j Grahams will commence their work the first of of Columbus and Fountain Prairie lost fined their bonds to tho Milwaukee and town Railroad Company for the stock of the Company iu exchange therefor to aid iu thc extension of thc rood to We understand there in greatest unanimity to the propriety of aiding the Company in enterprise The Company are about to re- from the city of Milwaukee their bonds to tbc amount of and we learn possession of ample means to complete thc road to Columbus at an early day Messrs Scott t ten thousand draught the present will push it forward with woman in the western parl uf town men money can f Mr Peter Field was booked b a The eitension of the rood to Columbus the interest of thc com- a of fr to roed and to the wlfc of Mr Peter Field was booked by a i 10 cow yesterday morning in the abdomen and no seriously Journal The N T Mirror of the room to the mothers at Baby Show calls It a most place The on statistics jukes arc always full of puns but tbat show that there has been s considerable falling were those same of immigration lo the United States during irons like stars in the Galaxy t N this year It has been stated tbat the Know permitted m The above reminds iu of a piece of wi th which we once met A sentimental young learning thai one of his female tn In was about to addressed bur as follows Forbear aweet glil the Uuk And our troubles jou will full well m know But fMc Nothings kept the immigrants away but snch does not seem to be the fact aa there has been a greater per of reduction In arrivals at on the 10th n a ballon with un inst to about five thousand a decrease of over c of last year wilt tho We opine that the large bounty the United Kingdom hau had effect to cause many fine fellow to become food for powder who would otherwise have cast hla lot The on some of our landi at the WeaL relation to encumbered has also hod nominee or any flt man iu his place they will rally to a man and bear in triumph through thc Sr Democrat ox remarkable letter of John 6 on slavery in 1847 was made public for tbe first time a few days since In the Mercury Ho urges the importance the slavery issue the States at the earliest moment and recommending a union of all Ibe States lying on the Atlantic and thc Gulf In re- fusing admission Into their ports to all ern vessels Mr Insists that such a atep would coerce the North into an ment of tbe opposition lo Slavery and its tension and the of active and efficient measures lo return their fugitive slaves We need not gay that this foolish advice was not adopted by the South The letter is re- markable as another evidence that many of our great men often fail to see what is perfectly obvious to thc dullest Chicago Democrat tc Pre sx Monday and sunk i ter Cure down to your heels Go to H ork at 2 r thus losing a wages at once This thu free ug a ImL thinker denominates improving the We reached the Capital House on our In season to attend thc on Lake Me but we will forbear mentioning II It details us you will doubtless ml nute through the Suffice It to Ray the morning con off In an animated style Among Judges we saw Ex-Governor Mr Sec Guv 11 anil other mem Legislature Dinner ai the after which word was and we were homeward hound at H o'clock A boarded some lime Au Milton Whitewater Palmyra and condition of thc poor Thomas of his ing dreams was thc worst specimen of human nature 1 ever conversed with He fled from Britain a fugitive from justice being ted of perjury Ho broke his oath to the cret committee of Congrens 1 saw his woman prosecute him for live lars lie cheated tbe Ignorant woman for proof His black soul chuckled over this cheat us much as would chuckle over a parke of taken from at the mouth of the revolver Paine anil his Madame ion in the Temple wny Urn peo er and who should ot UI HIL r insurrection Mr Carver a be greatest Mrs Carver prevailed and Paine found lodgings lor in another district Her board was not paid her landlord rued for thirty he was non suited for want of proof this was cause of great ing for the sordid heart of Thomas Paine At this time Paine was due Carver above one hundred dollars for board Carver pressed for his money a war of words and ensued which were published in thc New York daily these letters are now at my hand After leaving Mr Paine hired a room for himself und Madame The yellow fever New York thai season Madame caught the infection Paine lied lo his farm at New leaving her without a dullar Some Christian neighbor ministered to her wants else she would bave died for lack of food and medicine I beard Paine Carver and Carver's wife being present of her husband as being a journeyman or muster tailor James was tbe organ of Ibe Pure Democracy be published The American a paper set up by the friends of Mr ferson expressly lo promote bit election from altered rayville made their appearance They are exceedingly well executed Thne are no in lation on tbe Grayville Bank Runaway tbe waa being formed yesterday morning a pair of horses ran up Eaat Water street at full speed but were luckily brought up suddenly against a wagon which was ahead of them One of the VMM Injured that be will probably die Bud nst been brought BP jut at were U is tc tell what Injury alight have been done aa the was crowded with people at the lime story of coming to America and uf for are New York before Carver and Paine there three went Englishmen arrived In that city I wan intimate wilh them till they died but never beard a word uf Paine prosecuting Iu fact ft blc for both of them gloried In their ion I care not what Vale or any retail ot writer says about Paine I write what I taw with my eyes and beard with my ears tbe words as they dropped from bis I often wonder Mi Printer lhat so of our Fare Republicans are of the Bible It u fact beyond all controversy that DO ever lived a month where tbe Bible no t read Franco and Mexico GIUNT wore practically con on every tb Blare aud stripes were waving trained had a bunch of every labile had bur and every pu had Indulged In a fight Finally w reached the moist spot to wear and as Hi is in my Unit In tbo West I closed day ai I now clox this epistle with tbe reflection that th memorable anniversary which recalls Ibe deed of TC is thu same every much great bustle and large crowds well ing orations broken tired feet things to law and empty puns Cousin TUB will Ulu hy t N trout I Cm i Inn tail mow inr lot I b K H will Ibl II MT I to tKHM itta April lit bbl t till HM for cannot like Food dn from 100 to ISO la at Berlin bat we say Ii and that tbe of the Caur open and afford to cultivate a at In lho aard the There wu a half aero In lho garden 1 plan led about one-third of II lo white wigar Tbe to pmi ea cabbage There wu one tbat 1 could do I bad a of five three adults and one an infant I placed a hall for thc dirty of the ly Including the urine of the chambers This wan Ailed about once a day thr week and two or on Mondays My method of applying II wait thin at I al one end of the garden and with a pall und 1 I brew II upon UM hills ami ol everything I had pUnled III the tub Has emptied Tlw I began where I left the nnd on till he tub So I till had gone over the whole garden I continued to repeal tho through the entire or until hail ao as need no food The brut lime through Ibe garden as lie went not I acrd a large watering pot with a time the pall and dipper and applied the young plants As the large ami nearly ground I applied la I be ground wherever it wax And now for mull I had a neighbor Dr C a In tbe gardening line that joined mine Uw and same quantity of noil lie bad d plenty f rime tn of open and plenty o work Hn often of having toe berl garden In town and thought be bcsl mine Dut no sooner were the well up than thu Dr to signs of lhat he should Iw brat About the of July he cane Into the garden and naW I have to In- Into tbe uf your om vegetable kingdom Thc rapid growth garden is a great mystery to me garden wai plowed oner ind dragged well WM run down anel bad uo mini- wu in r order had plenty ol manure Mine alto ban bad a better at- tention than now the lit Is certainly thirty if not fifty aer ahead of Tali aw what you bave to Well coin with no Into BW stM I There that tub with b tlu of my toad wife contains all there b abemt U I bare bean feeding mj garden tut low I we what you have been doing all ed why you should be doing lhal bat been nhi Now I tec Ike Ut DM of matt thrifty of garden In pie nal And tbat mm applied hair acre of worn land for only a part four In tbe I to the entire keep In a Ugh Bnt In thin I from privy My then aod kw tbat the ftom tally would be to u aerta for all tte or M On wd bora It woald to of ed or quadrupled AiA ills true way of toe a nu It will for U i
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