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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - February 3, 1854, Biddeford, MaineBeen elected to elect other by joint ballot to the Utsond question i answer that the provision of the Section referred to do of to riot a convention to the fir to instance for the purpose of filling a part Only of the vacancies existing in the Senate on the first wednesday in january. Richard d. Rice. Or. But Lee of Farmington moved to Lay on the table and print 500 copies for the use of the legislature. Or. Cab Tox moved to prefix the questions. Or. Abbott suggested to prefix also the statement of fact. These modifications were adopted by or. Butler. Or. Howl Tojo of Liberty hoped 1000 would be printed. Or. of Bridgton raid this waa an interesting document and he was anxious to show his constituents by it that he had been right. He therefore hoped a re number would be ordered. Or. Abbott wished to show his constituents that be bad been Light and moved to print 2000. Or. Star of Thomaston said he also wished to Shew his constituents that he was right and moved to print 2500. This motion prevailed73 to 37. The House then adjourned. O that it promises to i we vigor and activity to the Industrial Pur suits of our place. We shall never by guilty of disparaging one poit Iun of a place which has indissoluble interests in the false a us filial idea that it will Aid in promoting Tho business Prosperity of the other. Need we say More except to ask in the carrying Forward our own business Enterprise tha encouragement from All sections and classes. Which the interest we hav in its Wel fare considered As a whole will fairly in title us to receive to Issue our paper i now in an us extended form As our Means will allow but we cherish the idea at some and not far Distant Day of enlarging it and perhaps publishing a Sheet at Shorter intervals. Our advertising columns Are open to the use of those who wih and we have a lax a and Well assorted Job office for the execution of the printing us anything which May be desired. To Hope Flint in both departments the facilities we offer for Adver Tising and for doing Job printing will not be so crooked. One matter Moro and we bring this Arti Cle to its close. We Are starting our paper is it were afresh. After the occurrence of the misfortune which swept away our Saco office to not orally looked about with some anxiety a to our future. The pressing around of friends whip Active sympathies were awakened by our loss and the offers of Aid made us feel that we could not leave the Community in which to commenced our paper nine years ago in the expectation of sharing in its Prosperity or gloom and where we had expected to live and die. And feeling that really two papers should have to make them remunerative to their proprietors All the support and encouragement which could be Civin to three and that the Field of newspaper operation was limited Here by local position and the business subject to a hard Competition from abroad we after some thought and consultation of friends Carao to the conclusion to Purchase the Eastern journal my merging the two papers into Ono and publishing it on the Biddeford Side. We candidly think that two paper Are sufficient fur the business wants of the place and that if they receive the encouragement they should they woo id be More advantageous than a larger number. This idea has led to the commencement of this Enterprise. We frankly acknowledge it and ask that it May be duly considered by our business men. We were scorched badly but not killed by the ire. We were also aware that Obsta cles somewhat formidable were to be Over come difficulties growing oat of unavoidable troubles which flow from the perform Ance of editorial duty and from which no editor it he discharges his duty can escape. We were aware of All this but re lying upon the encouragement of friends and buoyed of by the knowledge we have gained of oar business by fourteen years service we commence As it were the Jour Ney of life anew. We cast ankle All former cares dismiss All bitterness and May we not Hope that there May be none elsewhere. We know that we shall have Lite Active encouragement of old friends and invoking the spirit of Tho greek of old who said " strike but hear me we present our selves before All Friendly or otherwise hoping that when the Shadow of our Days lengthens and we approach the setting Sou of life we nay Hare no occasion to regret the step we have taken. Editorial correspondence. A com Jam. 28, 1854. The opinion of the supreme court upon the questions propounded by the House which was read yesterday has been Over hauled somewhat to Day. Although it sustains the action of the House and declares it to be the duty of the senators to Send Down att the vacancies thus deciding the question at Issue in favor of the House till it has some curious features. Setting aside As it does the opinion Given by judge Mellen in 1830, As to the Powers of Sena tors when less than a constitutional quorum was elected it would be natural to suppose that some allusion would have been made to that decision and the reasons Given for overruling is stated. It i usual when decisions of courts Are overruled to give the reasons there of. Not a word is said in the opinion about the opinion of judge Mellen Given at the time indicated. The age says this morning that it bears the Marks of Compromise and gives it other hard knocks although it says also that it is on the whole satisfactory to the democracy. We suppose this declaration to be upon the of smallest favors gratefully the decision sustains the House in refusing to go into convention until All the vacancies were reported but runs against the opinions Given by some of the speakers As to the Powers Given to the senators elect when less than a majority Are elected. It tells the senators they must tread Back but to break thu Force of their fall it says that they have n Little More Power than Somo of the members of the House admitted they had. The opinion without being exactly liked by any Pirty still in one sense pleases All. The whigs Aie pleased because it puts the i senators in the wrong and makes them responsible for the delay in the organization and the democrats Are pleased because it hits pome of the opinions advanced by the whig speakers on constitutional Law rather hard nil gives the " Mullish senators " a Little something with which to cover their Retreat. The opinion will hardly receive much consideration or be received As great authority among Good constitutional lawyers Here after. There was nothing done yesterday in either Branch but the Reading of tiie opinion. All the House can now do is to set still Kiwi await the action of the Senate. When the vacancies Are cent Down the Conven lion for filling them will to held forthwith but it remains to be seen whether this 11 lick Back Given them by the court will have the effect to soften he obstinacy t the senators. It is pretty certain to Foroe hem to Home action which will sooner or later bring about an organization. It u Aid Here that the senators who have distinguished themselves will make a per manent permanent so Long As it lasts organization of the Senato before reporting he vacancies. The attempt would be a Les pirate and so fur is continuance is concerned Barren one yet it is quite probable the farce of seven men making officers for 31, will be acted out. Should this be done the officers so elected would pro Bably be provided with ticket to leave their seals at a convenient Opportunity very soon after the vacancies were filled. It is said Here that senator Moore is ambitious of being president even though he May continue so Only two or three Days. Next week promises to to a stirring one. The outside Force is returning tilling no the taverns and boarding houses and the preparation of a vigorous Campaign is going on with great rapidity. L. O. C. Since the above was written i learn that the Senate committee on elections have been set in motion by the decision of the court. They resumed their labors this afternoon which have been suspended Over three weeks and have agreed to report All the vacancies on monday and propose holding a joint convention on tuesday to 111 them. It is surprising How Quick and nimble they have become in figures under the Spur of the decision of the court. A new organization of the Senate i agreed on provided that the difficulties but Ween the rival candidates can be arranged Between now and Friday. The whigs will allow the seven All the glory of such a movement and will not Voto when the attempt is made. A 0. C. Augusta Jan. 31, 1854. Judge Shepley and his associates on the Bench say in their opinion among other Wise things that experience has proved that the most important and delicate trusts Are As faithfully performed by one and by a few persons As by a Largo number of per no doubt but what Nicholas i by Grace of god autocrat of All the rum ibs would to a Swift and willing witness to the Samo experience and Petty tyrants All Over Europe would say amen to the testimony. It is the new idea of democracy cast from the purest Metal and probably will be re cognized As Truo and living Faith by All who Aio ambitious of Power and place whose character and conduct forbid them to look to Tho people for any endorsement of their views and wishes. The " notorious seven " in the Senate yesterday proceeding upon this theory of democracy went through the solemn Farco of making what they termed a permanent organization electing the on of York Hon. L. S. Moore pres., and we. Trafton esq., Secretary. Tho whigs did not vote on the questions. In due time there will probably be some voting which will nip a with an untimely Frost Tho " budding honors of these exponents of the new democracy. There May be some curiosity to know Why the county of York is honoured with both offices. " thereby hangs a senator Moore so runs Rumor and Rumor in this Case is not a lying Jade believing that the important and delicate Trust of president could be most faithfully performed by him after the seven had con Oloyed to make an organization refused to Bow to the mandate of the caucus. Cutler obtained the nomination and after Trafton had had the pro tem taken off a motion was made to proceed to elect a president. Moore so it is said let it be understood thai he should not Fole for Cutler and on a return of the Senate in was ascertained that there were present 7 Pilsbury ites and 6 opposed. Here was trouble. Cutler to be elected must have All the vote or their idea of a quorum could not be carried out. Seeing How the Laud Lay Cutler came Down at once and the honors of the office were cast on Moore kit Oai Volt. After these important and delicate operations were through Clark was declared elected from Lincoln county they did not fettle Lii Caso until the organization was effected As his vote would have postponed their project indefinitely and the vacancies were All tie flared and an order for a joint convention to fill them adopted. To Day the vacancies have been filled by a joint convention in the following order Aud b the following persons. Oxford Job i Itce Hiram Hubbard Morrill Democrat. Somerset Samuel Gould Eben Zerda vis whigs. Hancock John we Lcharles a. Spot Ford whigs. Waldo Minot Crehore Why w. P. Harriman c. Youngjr said to be Morrill democrats. Kennebec Stephen san do Isaac n. Tucker whigs and Henry p., Torsey Morrill Isen Iochai. Lincoln Nathan a. Farwell James Lowell whig Alfred a. Berry demo James t. Mccobb Anil Jacob Hazen democrats. The 4 Allied forces voted together in All cases excepting in filling the vacancies in Kennebec. Turoscy was elected instead of or. Eaton whig in consequence of the votes of the Morrill mini and the free spoilers being Given ii connection with the Pilsbury men s votes. He is a Strong mor Rill Man. The whig voted for Eaton. The Senate will staid filled up 13 wings. 2 free spoilers and what a 10 Wildcat demo i crafts and g Morrill democrats calling those from Waldo of that Stipe. The majority of tit Allied forces in fill ing Tho vacancies ranged from 20 to 23. It will to perceived that the 44 govern ment Wagon " has mule in the space of 30 Days one Rood stage. Whether it will proceed with like rapidity now it is fairly started is not quite so easy to Tell. The notorious seven " Dio hard. While we Are now writing there is an amusing performance going on in Tho Senate chamber which is testing sadly Tho endurance of the stomachs of Tho Hono Ablo senators. It grows out of a motion made to print 2500 copies of judge Kice s opinion on the delay question which was called for yesterday by senator Hayes. The whig Are not quite willing to do the failing minority quite to Large a Pavur but Are willing to go a thou ail and the voted upon adjournment Bland 7 to 7. It u now quite dark and the honorable senators have been at Woik hard since ten o clock without adjournment and this fight is pro greasing on empty has just been sent up to the whig and As they will certainly be relieved to Morrow by the reinforcement Luiu Ilerd to Day we predict that the Clatter of the cot co cups will break the Charm. L. 0. C. Justices opinion. Our columns contain to Day the opinion i f the juices of the supreme judicial court on the questions proposed by the House of representative preceding the sumo with the statement of fuels a i a questions submitted by the court. This a denied to be necessary in order to Yivon the Reader an intelligible idea of the matter and is sues involved. The opinion sustains in every particular the action of the House justifying that body in refusing to go into convention until All the vacancies Wero ascertained and sent Down and of course throws the entire responsibility of the de Lay in the organization of the government upon he seven senators who attempted by their novel and illegal proceed Uro to obtain a party advantage. It does not however endorse As Correct some of Tho positions taken by the speakers of the House " that the senators being less than a quorum could not act As a semite the judges say that for All purposes of obtain ing ail organization any number of Sena actors can act As a Senate and As such examine returns declare vacancies a. The opinion in this particular conflicts with that Given by judge Mellen in 1830, and concurred in by judge Parris and justifies the remark made by or. Fessenden in the House on saturday last that the opinion " was Law to Day it was not yesterday and Mav not to the Augusta ago says it in some particulars " bears the Marks of Compromise this remark is anything but complimentary to Tho court saying substantially that the court had considered Tho great constitutional questions submitted not As expo unders and judges of constitutional Law but As referees and had Mado up an opinion by " splitting the difference " in the Hope of pleasing All parties. The interest which these differences Hare excited and the desire which we Hare to place them in an intelligible manner before our readers and in a Good shape for preservation has led us to devote much space to the Natter. We should have been glad to have crowded it into a narrower Compass but could not and do Justice. Lac eth lectures. We learn with pleasure that Tho gentle men engaged in getting up a second course of lectures Hare secured for one evening the re. A. H. Milburn Tho Blind chaplain of the House of representatives at Washington. He is a Young methodist preacher irom Tho sooth and is reported As one of the most eloquent men of the coun. Try. The last week he delivered Tho open ing lecture before Tho mercantile Library association of new York. The evening is not yet designated but he comes during the present month. Other new England Lyon us could undoubtedly secure his str room during this visit by making immediate application. 7 the last Eastern journal had a Brief paragraph alluding to a a Natter which has ally acted More attention than its real importance required. The article in question seems to have Beon called out by the notice taken by the speaker of the House of the account Given by the editor of the journal of the circumstances connected with the de livery of Tho first message sent by or. Tray ton Secretary pro tem informing the House of the organization of the senators elect. Tho paragraph referred to seems to imply that the speaker than whom there is not to be found in Tho state a More gentlemanly Man or one who would be Moro studiously observant of respectful conduct to All with whom to had social or official relations complained of the account Given by the editor of the journal As exaggerated. Without expressing any opinion As to Tho literal correctness of the editor s account we wish to a that he is entirely mistaken in this sup position that the speaker complained of the account As an exaggeration. It was the use Mado by the age of the account that paper expressly staling that disrespect was intended to the senators and their messenger which int iced the speaker to Call Tho at Tention of the House to it As a question of privilege. It was Tho statement of Tho age which he objected to Ami which induced him to in in the same connection that he had seen a highly coloured statement 01 Ino same Mailer in a paper in another Iio did not suppose that the original account was written with any desire to con icy the idea that Tho speaker had treated with marked disrespect Tho Secretary pro Tern of Tho Senate and to complained Only that the age bad copied Tho paragraph for the purpose of charging him with Dis respect to the senators and their Messen Ger when none was intended. After Tho matter was brought to the notice of the House the age retracted its statement. There was not the slight Sec ground for sup posing that any disrespect was intended and we have the authority of the Secretary himself for rating that to never sup posed Tho circumstances connected with Tho delivery of Tho message would give col or to any such charge bearing up n the speaker. We have thought this explanation due both to the speaker and to the Edi Tor of the journal who seems to have had an erroneous idea of the reasons which induced the speaker to allude to Tho matter at All As a question of privilege. Cold weather. Last sunday morn ing was one of those mornings that the oldest inhabitant talks about. We Hae no report from Franconia but is far As heard from Anco and Biddeford thermometers succeeded in getting a Little the lowest it Daylight in some localities in these villages thermometers indicated 38 Deg. Below Zero. At Portland it 8 o clock the thermometer was at 18� below Zero. Concord a. At Sunrise 28 Deg. Below Zero. Montpelier ft., 32� below Zero. Fryc Birg it 7 a. the thermometer Hail fallen to 37" below Zero the lowest de Gree reached for several years. Tel Natl Pond so below Zero. In Lowell Ihn thermometer fell to 20� below Zero in Newton 12 in Dorchester 12 Waltham 25 Salom 12 new bed Ford and Marblehead 7. was not Only remarkable for it intense cold but i l to remembered in several cities As a Day of destructive fires. In Worcester Massat al out l � u look sunday morning what was called Flagg s Block was dlr overed on fire and with neighbouring building was entirely consumed. Flagg s Block was Ono of the i most elegant buildings in the City and the fire is considered the most disastrous which hat Ever visited Worcester involving a loss of Frum $80,000 to 8100,000 Worth of prop erty. At Chicago,111., that morning the Amer ican car Woisin that City were partially Burnt. The Iron foundry Blacksmith s and moulding shops were entirely consumed. Loss not yet estimated but very heavy. At Portland on thai evening a fire broke out in the basement of Lancaster Hall which threatened at one Lime to destroy the entire Block but was got under by the firemen without serious damage. Fire in Exeter Academy. The old Phil lips Academy in Exeter Camo near Burn ing on thursday last. The fire took from the stove and required All the exertions of the students and citizens to save the build ing. Tho engines could not to worked and water had to be brought by hand from the neighbouring houses. The building sustained no great damage. E7" a Young Man at Cleveland Ohio who has the misfortune of being bom with a Black face having Learned the Printer s Trade by honest quiet inks try has succeeded in establishing in that City a very respectable newspaper and is successfully Labouring for the Elevation of his race. He recently asked the Ohio Senate the privilege of reporting their proceedings for his paper Ami the request was granted. Bui when upon his taking his seat his color was discovered every Democrat of that body voted for his expulsion. That kind of " democracy we have but Little sympathy with. A the editor of the Pittsburg pot lust a pair of Boot at the fire there recently. A Friend Lias sent him a Boot made in Ireland that weighs three pounds Haa 147 Large headed nails in it besides an Iron horse shoo on the Heel and an Iron Abaft on the toe half an Inch thick double leather All through and the Solea an Inch and a half thick. The editor it now wondering where he Ball find a mate to it. 0 " hot Corn has already netted its author Solon Robinson the very handsome sum of s6000, and is yet in the Market. " Uncle Tom and " hot Corn have turned out to be or More profitable then Ben Croft s history or Longfellow s poems. Manufacture of Letch goods. The impulse recently Given to the menu facture or Linen Good in this country is attracting no Little attention in Europe and will soon be the exciting Topio in manufacturing circles All Over the world. While hand labor was necessarily employed in spinning and weaving Linen fabrics Russia Ireland and Scotland the first two especially had no fear of successful Competition in their Peculiar line from the rest of Tho world. But it has now been found that flax drawn through hot water can be As successfully twisted by machinery As Cotton and the human hand Moit therefore give Placo to the machine with its fifty steel fing ers. The Success of labor saving Machin Ery onco established its introduction to this country was a matter of course and there Are now ten or a dozen new Mills in process of erection or actually completed fur the prosecution of this work. Singular As it May appear with our wide extent of country we Are not producing such Supply of flax As is necessary to Stock these Mills. One now in operation in fall River mass., will need twelve or fifteen Hundred tons per annul. A Large portion of the flax is thrown away the object being o save the seed which is used for making linseed Oil and is also sex polled. A new invention to separate Tho gluten from the Fibre of flax which was formerly a tedious process of rotting has been patented and eights have been sold through out the country. This new process is Sim ply the alternate application of steam and cold water or the repeated immersion and drainage in and out of hot water by which he gluten is separated in a few hours. The whole plan is very simple and easily understood. And May yet Lead to a Largo Export Trade in this article. England now obtains Large supplies of flax from Russia and our own infant Mills Are obliged to import their chief supplies. Tho crop of flax has been considered exhausting for a Light soil and not Well adapted to a Rich soil on account of its liability to grow too rank and Lodge. If Tho latter difficulty can be overcome mul the people taught the process of cleansing Tho Llibre for Market in a few Houis and at a Small expense we May yet find the Trade one of the most important in the Commerce of the country. N. Y. Journal of Commerce. Of every Day if to will but open our eyes to what is going on about up May we find fresh assurances that there " is yet a god in with the promulgation of Tho principles of Universal Liberty at the time of our revolution our system of Chat Tel slavery received a blow Between the eyes that sent it staggering ground Ward but with the development of the Cotton Trade Tho evil recovered and has lived to curse the Republic now nearly a Century. Hut when men can buy Linen shirts As cheaply As Cotton ones they will take the Linen. All the argue flying and Compi Omu ing in the world can t prevent them. With the Gio wih of the Linen Trade which is As inevitable As the decrees of god the profits Aie taken out of the Cotton business and Cotton declines and As an unavoidable sequence slavery goes with it then peaceably quietly by the fire Sistilo fico of the Lawi of Trade and Tho pics Sureff an advancing civilisation will these i eased fungi Slough Oil from the limbs of our Young Republic and she will go on her glorious Way scattering leu thousand blessings along Herl Luminous path. Then let us All Pray for great Success to flax and Linen. To give place with pleasure to i to following correspondence. Our Busi Ness has brought us into frequent Contact with or. Coffin both us Iho Telegraph of Pralor and the agent of the express lines East and West and to know that he is highly deserving of this testimonial of re Gard from this respectable number of the business men of Saco and Biddeford. The urbanity and Fidelity with which to has discharged his important duties is truly worthy of commendation. The watch presented i a very Beautiful and valuable article furnished by messes. Cd Avis Kim Ball of this town and upon its inner Case has an appropriate inscription engraved with excellent taste by or. Kimball. Correspondence. Tuesday january 31. In. Joseph h. Coffin dear sir hearing with regret of your intention soon to remove from our Community the undersigned have thought it very Tilting to the circumstances to present you with the accompanying wat ii. Please accept it of indicative of our appreciation of the Fidelity with which you have discharged the important duties of the business in which you have Beery Tufi aged As an acknowledgement of the indebtedness of the business interests of these two towns to your Energy and Good sense for Many a Unble express and Telegraph accommodations As Well As a Token of our regard for you As a citizen and neigh Bor. Your friends and Well wishers a. H. Boyd Hiram Jowe t. W. A Lisiten Fulir he Siegman Simon d. Adam u. F. Hamilton win. New Julio c. Bradbury Jarvis William Mark prime t. Donlun o. U. Boyd Sai Nuci cilium b. Ii. Via join clip Rita Hill m. Fuher. J. O. Hollin Cleave a Kimball 8. 8. Fairfield it m. Chapman d. E. Some k. H. C. Hooner Shaw & Clark Charles Levi Marshall 1 i Eric i. H. For. Kulu. P. In pc jump Blattjr. Lowell a. F. Clu Sholin j. Monlon Joaeph Hob on jr., t. Souther i. T. Hobson Owen h Clia Bourne Daniel cd Euvet 8. H. Milliken Philip l Minn Willyun Littlefield j. B. Haynor l. D. Wilkinson a. A. Ilow coat T. Slorer John it French. Sneor Jan. 31, 1854.to Gen. A. H. Both j. It. French. Esq., and others gentlemen the reception of your very complimentary note of this Date together with the elegant and valuable memento accompanying it awaken emotions in my breast language would fail to express. This Token of regard from those in whose society i Hare mingled and whom i have been Happy to Servo convinces the those services have been appreciated Boyo id what i Havo a right to claim As their Merit. I Hall Ever remember with the profoundest gratitude those friends who have so kindly bestowed upon me this valuable present valuable Pecunia Rily but incomparably More Vul Able from the manner in which it it be stowed. Should my life be spared for years to come i shall Ever look Back upon the limn j of my residence in Sato a amont the Happi est Days of my life. It is with deep regret that i contemplate a change but it seems j almost gives me pleasure however which i cannot express to find myself assured that if i go i carry with me the kind retards Aud food wishes of so Large a Circle of warm Frienda. Accept then gentlemen All of you my ? most sincere and grateful acknowledge ments and with them my beat wishes for j the Success and future Prosperity of All that pertains to Yon and your. Floor it Only 12 and 813 in this Markot by when a Man wands Bis own Tram pot be sore there s a crack in it what lady s garment is like he Mother of giants ? a Talma �7 How Many men we meet " might be something and How few who Are the latest foreign news is favourable to the turkish interest. A the California arrivals for the week bring no Newt of special moment a a err has Laid upon Oor to ble Putnam for february. Resolutions of Saco Lodge on the death of or John Vinton will have place next week. The Hindoo Law says strike not oven with a Blossom thy wife though she be guilty of a thousand s2 Bills of the Bank of state of mine altered to 10 s have been parsed off in Bangor. Oct the wag of the Belfast Republican ays Shep. Carey ii a Man of Fine native ship Timber for the Kennebec accumulates at the bar Mills station faster we Are told than the Railroad folks Are Able to Pas it along. A Washington Rumor is that senator Truman Smith of Connecticut intend withdrawing from Public life and engaging in Copper mining. It a Lover wishing to compliment Bir Dulcinea by intimating the Vul n celestial being descended to Earth unhappy called1 her a " fallen Angel 1" a a the railway from Niagara River to London Canada went through Hamilton is now in operation. Its whole length in 134 Miles. Git the usual week s work has been accomplished at Erie the Railroad tracks again repaid. And again torn up by the Sov Ereign people. A printing press has been established on the Orange River in Africa the dark est spot the Christian world has yet attempted to enlighten. " hallo mister have you got any Grain to sell 1 " " no Why do you ask 1" " Bekalo i see you be a wry 0lola Montez is engaged in Laming a grizzly hear in California. If she succeeds Bruin should return Iho compliment and try his hand at taming her. �7"" our thanks to n. J. Herrick esq., for a copy of the opening address of f. 0. J. Smith esq., in the Case Myers is. Y. & c. Railroad. To at the Railroad Celebration at Detroit last week More than fifty editors were pres sed a Good photo of them from Canada. A Friendly Alliance was formed. The Snake May reach the Emi Nence As certainly As the Kaslo but he reaches it by crawling and he Mill remains a Snake. Tras Many As half a dozen vessels have returned to the United Stales with car goes of guano from a newly discovered is land in the Carrilean sea Ami Yel the Arti Cle is Selling higher in the Market than Ever. Fly if you have great talents Industry will improve them if moderate abilities ind Umry will Supply their deficiencies. Nothing is denied to Well directed labor nothing is Ever to be attained without it. �70iie o i Best hits Over made at in impropriety in n lady s dress a made by Talleyrand. During to revolution when asked by a lady hit opinion of her dress he replied it began too late and ended too the celebrated Andrew mar veil it hid ironical libel upon the press said Lead when Mou Deil into bullets is not half so modal As when founded into by the Man who made a shoe for the foot of a Mountain is now engaged on a hat for the head of a discourse after which he will manufacture a plume for general intelligence. Q3?" in the Rhode Island legislature on Day the last week the resolutions against the Nebraska Bill with slavery above the line of the Missouri Compromise pasted Tho House unanimously. They had also previously passed the Senate unanimously. Pyy it is said that Ono of the most distinguished physicians of new England ascribes the fearful incr Aoe of cases of Par Lysis to the use of stoves in close rooms particular in sleeping apartment. Frozen to death a Man named but Werfield was found Frozen to death in con Cord n. Ii., on sunday morning last to was found in the Road leading to Dow crossing. He leaves a family. Hon. Albeit h. Iverson is Tho Gen deman elected it. 5. Senator from Georgia and not Alfred Averson As inc Orielly re ported by Telegraph. Or. Iverson a a son in Law of the late Hon. John Forsyth ind a thorough going Sirato rights demo crat. By we had prepared and put in Trpic in abstract of the proceedings of the slate i cultural Board now in session at to Junta but we find the same crowded out by to rest length of the judges opinion. L to important interests of a Racult re Hall Lave due Zaharo of our columns. Or. , Tho clerk of the a abolishment wishes us to intimate his re Gards to the patrons of the Union who Are Teve Rul Jesaia behind in their pigments and Ilso say that at All business hours to May e found in our counting room no. 1, Cen i i in a. Fihe. The building occupied by Porter Hamilton ill water Borough Centre for a lore and Ira t. Draw kq., county attorney. For a Law office was destroyed by fire Friday morning fortnight. Building owned y or. Drew insured for $250. Or. Ham lion s Stock was valued at $2000 insured ror&500. Or Drew we regret to learn Ost Bia Law Library. Quby reference to our advertising columns it will to seen that or. C. G. Ufa Lei ii notwithstanding his total Burn out at the old Aland is ready at new quarters to Slot he the ragged. Or. B. Is a Good Man and Good tailor and we Trust will continue to meet with a generous patronage. A a the Panorama of Cuba now on a inhibition at Central Hall is really a Well is ecu Ted painting and affords an Anatrao Jve and pleasant entertainment. To rear of afternoon the Hall a open for the schools and the Little folks will All thank is for hinting to parents the Nec Beaity of eing that each and every one of them k provided with Centa. The Maine Mechanic a Sauciat on is voted la hold a fair in Portland some Ime in the Aalon of this year few l be Ipen for the display of All the various Spee mens of mechanism and tha aria Ana is expected to be Superior in thai respect to anything Ever got on Maine. #3000 Lave been appropriated by the Asaei Alioa or the purpose of tarrying on the Enterprise n a manner credit to the society Ang Lute
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